Mulhall Orlando High School - Panther Yearbook (Orlando, OK)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1950 volume:
WE HAVE PROCRESSED
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To the Mulhall Merchants and community who have
loyally supported our school ln all 1ts actlvities, we the
members of the senlor class w1sh to express our appreciation
and our gratltude for the many advantages afforded us -our
flne new building, the free shows, the support of our
basketball teams, and the advertlsing basketball program
booklets used at our home games It is through your sus
talning efforts that our school has reached an enviable
position among the best schools Our school and communlty
The school of any COmmUH1ty reflects the standards of life
set by 1ts people We S6H1OTS are proud to have been a part
of this school and community We slncerely hope that thls
C0mmuHlty will always continue thls progresslve program for
our school In anpreclatlon for the opportun1t1es given to
us, we the members of the senlor class of 1950, sincerely
d8dlC8t9 this annual to the Mulhall Merchants and Community
rank highest in the state in sportsmanship at all games.
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Superlntendent of Schools
Bachelor of Sclence
The 8dmlH1StT8t1OD of Vulhall Hlgh School 13 capahly
carrled out through the asslstance of a very good hlghschool
pr1nc1pal, Mr J A Str n er, who 1U turn 1S assisted by a
wonderful group of teachers
The admdnistratlve pO1lC1eS are under the supervlsion
of Frank Stotts, who 1S serving h1s fourth year 1n that cap
aclty He 1S asslsted ln h1s work bw a co GD6T3t1V6 sclool
board consisting of Mrs Nora Stansbury, oresldent of e
Clifford K1ssner, all members
The great amount of progress made lately 15 due to the
pFOgT6SS1V9U6SS and courage of the Fulhall Board of edumnlon
'From the Off1C6n appears ln each issue of the school
paper, 'The Plraten and pertlnent items appear pertalnlrg to
the improvement of the school Pralse ISEFVCU to lndivlduals
deservnng of that pralse, such as the loyal prom of patrons
we have, who are always ready to ass st 1n all aiwol ffairs
The flne admlnistr t1on of schools 15 made Dossible
through the flne co operation of so many Space does not
permlt the namlng of all the lndlvlduals to whom we are all
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board, E. W. Moritz, clerk, Richard Fent, Richard Hiller, and
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Mrs. Roberta Swanson Mr, A, L, Arnold Mr Oliver Hardin
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President Bob Estus
Vice President Jack Andrews
Secretary Treasurer Lois Hannah
Sponsor -l s Stites
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le,the Seniors of 1950, started our career in Aug
ust of l9h6-h? when we enrolled as freshmen le had an
enrollment of 21 The year passed quickly Our class
party, under the sponsorship of Irs Swanson, was held
The following year, we decreased with the loss of
Charles Sanderson, Royce Shultz, and Eula Mae Leach
Our class party, under the sponsorship of Alma Lasater,
was held southeast of lulhall
Our Junior year,we had diminished to seventeen W
Our play, 'Dear Daffodil' under the direction of
Stites, was successful The other event, the Jr r
Banquet, went over big Our class party, under he
sponsorship of lr Stotts and Mrs Stites was held near
the Cimarron River
began our last year of highschool with sixteen
members le lost two members, Louise Marion and Louise
Runkle, and gained one, Bonnie Spraggins Six of us,
Colleen Beasley, Romaine Huffer, Pauline Andrews, Mary
Schneider, Halter Schneider, and Maxine Lowrie have at-
tended all twelve years in Mulhall Sponsor for the
year was Irs Stites
This year was marked with many events We published
the 'Pirate' once every three weeks and edited the
material for the annual On April lh we presented our
play 'Boarding House Reach' which was a huge success
The Juniors gave us a delicious Breakfast April 28 i
the N Y A Building in Guthrie On Sun ay April. 30,
we assembled in the auditorium for our Baccalaureate
sermon Our class night play, 'A Southern Rosary', was
quite unusual in depicting the class hlstory. Friday
May S, we received our Diplomas. On May lb we began our
senior trip to New Orleans and Galveston.
managed to sponsor two outstanding events of the year.
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The l9h9 So Pirates, after a slow start because of so many 1nexnerienced
players, finlshed the season strong with twenty one v1ctories a alnst thlrteen
defeats The pirates for the second ye r won the d1StTlCt chamnlonship de
feating the Orlando Indians in the finals 35 26 Jack Andrews WHS the C8Dt31H
of this year's team and led the scoring w1th the h1 h total 339 Points
During his three years in high school, Andrews gcgred YQ7 pplnts Klgntln
Redman is the only other graduating letterman He was second hlgh 1n eco 1ng
th1S year and was one of the mo t improved players on the squad Prospects
are fairly food for nert year wlth qu1te a few letterman back for another
season Highlights of the season included victories over Garber, Covnngton,
Harland, and the Consolatlon championshnp between the A and B te ms 1n the
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Top Row Mr Stotts CCoachD, George UETIOH, Delbert Ryan, Joe Ta lor, Harold
Bottom Row B111 Aufleger, Paul Yost, Dennls Jones, Captaln Jack Andrews,
J vard Hunt, Klentln R6dm8U,BObb18 JOnes
JACH ANDREWS HJLINTIN REDMAN
Lewis, Bobnie Andrews. Freddie Hiil and Glen Blasier.CStudent Manafersb.
JUNIOR BASKETBALL SQUAD
J A Stringer, Bill Parlor, Glen Qlasier, Joe Fothermel, Ler y Blasler,
Larry Clark, Leeroy eyukers, Uonald L6tW119T, PT6dd18 U 11
Herman Flash, Invi: Lode, Leon Clark, Dean Schmidbauer, J. A, Stringer,
Gerald Hannah, Bob Ryan, Joe Hogan, Lyle Blasier, Lovis Hunt,
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hool Year of l9h9 So was very klnd to the Plrettes Playing a much
edule than the preceding year, the Plrettes won as many games as ap
ooth the won and the lost column of last year The final record
27 won and 6 lost For the th1rd t1me ln as many years the 89'er
trophy rests in Mulhall's trophy case
highlights of the year 1nclude w1nn1ng the 89'er Conference Tourna
the second straight year and also the D1str1ct Tgurngment held at
Coyle Six members of the team are graduating The1r servlces w1ll he sorely
missed ir future seasons These lnclude four regulars, Norma Hopson, Colleen
Beasley, Jaxine Lowrie, and Lavone Shafer, and two reserves, LO1S Hannah, and
Bonnie SIP8gg1HS The Pirettes also avenged an earlier defeat by Gralnola,
best1ng them by a score of 31 28 Gralnola later became State Champion of
Class B Cirls
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Top Row Coach St: nger, Kay Uhrlg, Delma bhafer, Bonme Spraggins,
Naomi Uhrig, Darl ne Klingler, Lols Hannah, Vlolet Ferguson Student
Manager Elizabeth Saln Second Row-Dorns Hannah, aroyln McNeil,
Norma Hopson, Col een Beesley, Maxlne Ahrnsbrak, Maxlne Lowrle, Lavone
J A ytrmnger, Janle ,OT1tZ, Tnelwa Lawrle, Uelen Flsher, Loulse Hunt
leta Whlte, Maxlne W1nters
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1 PT1tCh8tt, LaDonna '111er, Wllma Hannah, Anna Auflefcr, hlleen Dunn,
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President Mary Schneider
Vice President Bill Aufleger
Secretary Violet Ferguson
Bob Estus Mary Schneider Wanda Fagan
Violet Ferguson Bill Aufleger Cleta Redman
Harold Lewis Naomi Uhrig Joe Taylor
Janie Moritz Maxine Winters Leroy Blasier
Joe Hogan Gerald Hannah Bob Ryan
The Student Council, under the supervision of Superintendent
Frank Stotts has
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become a valuable part of Mulhall High School.
three members from each of the above classes
three being the president of his class. Some
the student council are the publication of the
formulation of policies affecting the life of
and it also sponsored the annual queen.
Top Bow Jackie Gannyway, Louise Hunt, Joe Taylor, Director Mr Hardin,
Gerald Hannah, Robert Andrews, Doris Hannah
Second Row Peggy Towle, Melba Fern McNie1l,Naome Uhflg, Paul Yo , Freddle
Hlll, Betty Conner, Wilma Hannah Maxlne Winters Max Bircket Loi Hannah
fhjrd Ro, Janie Mgritz, Harold Lewis, Dolores McPeek, Barbara Diehl,
Bever1y'Dieh1, Voliet Ferguson, Dean SChml8dbBu8T, Billy Owens, Kay Uhrig
Barbara Diehl Doris Hannah Beverly Dlehl
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Back Row Billy Owen, Wilma Hannah, Dor1s Schmiedbauer, Beverly Diehl,
Geneva Sylvester, Gerald Hannah, ur Hardln, Barbara Diehl, Charles Gorrell,
Dean Sch dedbauer, Roy Fitzpatrick
FrontRow' Sue Miller, Robert Hardln, Norma Ditch, John Ferguson, Max Dale
Eigcket, Nancy Hepler, Frank Betchan, Benny Johnson, John Marion, Leroy
The band has had a busy schedule this year In the fall we marched
a parade in Perry, and an Armistice Day parade in Mulhall we took part in
the Armlstice Day Assembly program, Thanksgiving program and Christmas pro
gram we took turns playing for all the home basketball games While the
girls played basketball, the boys played 1n the band and then the girls
played in the ban while the boys played basketball
we played in one concert for parents Several of our members have ap
peared from time to t1me as soloists and as members of small ensembles
Some of our members attended the clinic in Oklahoma City and the State Band
Clinic held in Stillwater Five students, were chosen to participate in the
Jr High Festival in Tulsa All the Jr High students are planning to attend
the Festival 1n Oklahoma City in March We are looking forward to the Pawnee
Parade, the 89'er celebration in Guthrie, and the contests at Marshall,
Enid, and the District
le are especially prcud of the progress our beg1nners have made this
year If they keep dolng as well as they have been, several will be able to
play with the advanced band next year
we elected for our officers th1s year. Lois Hannah, President, Harold
Lewis, Vice President, Violet Ferguson, Sec-Treas, Paul Yost, Reporter,
Freddie Hill, Business Manager, and Doris Hannah, Librarian.
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Row l Karen Marion, Sue Valentine, Barbara Leonard,
Tresa Richards, Doris Fltzpatrlck, Joan Andrews, Judy
Carpentar, Glen Huffer, Bobby Martln, Tommy nltter,
Billy Schmeidbauer, George Bowden
How 2 Dennls Rasamussen, Ann Gorrel, Norma Jean
Spauldlng, Elllson Smith, V1n1ta Sherard, Ina Hepler,
Glen Andrews, Robert Dunn, Glen Hopfer, Billy Betchan,
Bobble Hardln, Florence Lowrle, Betty Oldenberg
Row 3 Joyce Lasater, Lloyd Fltzpatrlck, Ann Harrls,
Parold Gorrel, Gary Fent,Carolyn Mills, Janlce Lasater,
Phllllp Owen, Arnold Flasch, Kermlt Redman, Landa Hop
fer, Pomona Dlttelmier
First row Maxlne Winters, Cleta Redman, Gladys Nealls, Mary Schneider, Eliza
Second row Lois Hannah, Carolyn McNeil, Doris Hannah, Maxine Ahrnsbrak, Helen
F1sher, Cleta Whlte, Carroll Shafer, wanda Fagan, Kathryn Klingler, and Mr
Third row Faomi Uhrig, Joye Rosenberry, lelba McNe1ll, Louise Hunt, Bonnie
Spragglns, Thelma Lowrie, Delma Shafer, and Joyce Hall
Fourth row Bobbie Jones, Robert Andrews, Joe Taylor, Paul Yost, Doanld Det-
nler, Harold Lens, Delbert Ryan, Leeroy Cyphers, Bill Ayfleger, and Jackie
beth Sain, Pauline Andrews, Peggy Towle, Delores McPeek, Janie Moritz, and
Director Oliver Hardin
Left to Right-Joe Taylor, Donald Detwiler, Paul Yost, Robert Andrews, Delbert
Ryan, Mr Hardin, Bill Aufleger, Jackie Gannaway, Harold Lewis, Leeroy Cyphers,
and 3obb1e Jones
The Glee Clubs have grown this year both in size and quality The girls
elected as their President, Lois Hannah, Vice President, Wanda Fagan, Sec
Treas , Carroll Shafer, Librarian, Carolyn McNeil, and Reporter, Doris Hannah
A big part of the time we have spent singing for no other reason than just
for the pure joy of singing Our repertoire 1 this vein has consisted of
semi-classical 2, 3, and h part numbers, both secular and religious, popular
songs, folk songs, and hymns.
we have also made several public appearances, having sung for Thanksgiving
and Christmas Assembly programs, a fall concert, and numerous churches. Wezue
looking forward to three other appearances at home including a spring concert,
Baccalaureate, and Commencement. Also this year we plan to go on two trips:
One to Pawnee and the other to the District Contest.
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Dlrector Oliver Hardin
Flrst row Naxine Wlnters, Cleta Redman Gladys Nealls, Elizabeth Sain, Pauline
Andrews, Peggy Towle, Delores McPeek, Jan1e Moritz, Bette Conner, and Nr
Flsher, Cleta Whlte, Car oll Shafer, Wanda Fagan, and Mary Schneider
Third row Naoml Uhrlg, Joye Rosenberry, Melba McNeill, Loulse Hunt, Bonnie
Sprag 1ns, Thelma Lowrie, Delma Sh fer, Kathryn Klingler, and Joyce Hall
Second rowbLois Hannah, Carolyn McNeil, Doris Hannah, Eaxine Ahrnsbrak, Helen
Flrst Row LaDonna Vlller, Beverly Ulehl, Barbara Dlehl, V11H8 Hannah, Gladys
Nealis, Maxlne Wlnters Second Row Betty Conner, Naoml Uhrlg, Iauneta Gum,
Peggy Towle, Delma Shafer, Joyce Hudsneth Thlrd Row Mrs yOT1tZ, Delores
McPeek, Janie VOT1tZ, Cleta Whlte, Anna Aufleger, Mrs McPeek
Top Row: Doris Schmeldbauer, Geneva Sylvester, Nancy Heooler, Beth Prltchett,
Row 2: Marlene Andrews, Norma Dltch, Llleen Dunn, Nargorie Flasch, 'Ona DatTerSON
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Dale Fitzpatrlck, Row 2 Joe Taylor, Harold Lewis, Freddge Hill ow 3
Max Shafer, Roy Fltzpatrlck, Iax Blanket, Roy Alvin McNeill, Bllly Ray
Owens scout Master Mr Arthur Arnold
CUB SCOUTS Top Row Don Taylor, Benny Johnson, Max Blrcket, Gerald Hannah,
Ted Taylor, Don Dlehl Row 2 Harold Rlchards, Wayne Nealis, Robert Hardln,
Phlllp Owen, Rlchard Andrews, Don Blrcket Scout Mother Mrs Raloh Hannah,
Scout Master Mr Ollver Hardln
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An F. F. A. Chapter was organized for the first time at
Mulhall High School September S l9h9, under the supervision
of Mr. Raymond Smith Vocational Agriculture Instructor. The
purpose of the organization is to instil a desire in the boys
for a better and a more profitable way of farming and to en-
courage the farm boys to remain on the farms. we have startai
several projects which will be completed this summer. Some
of the boys have won high placings and prize money at the
different fairs held this year. Those winning are Howard
Hunt, First and Reserve gTBDd champion on his Shorthorn Calh
Herbert Ferguson won second on his guernsey calfg Kelly'Blake
won grand champion on his Hampshire Chickens. we broadcast
a program on K.S.P.I. February 21.
The officers are Bob Estus Pres.g Klentin Redman Vice
Pres.5 Romaine Huffer, Sec.3 Harold Lewis, Treas.5 Robert
Andrews, Reporterg Paul Yost and Joe Taylor Sentinels.
By nobert Andrews
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The shoproom, the new building and the old building show
evidence that the twenty-eight shop boys have been using
their constructive ability
le started the school year us1ng picnic tables for work
benches while we 'squared up' our first boards into worth
while, usable projects lhen our new workbenches and wood
vises arrived, we immediately assembled and began using thmm
Much of the work done 1n making the new bu1ld1ng complete
was accomplished by the shop boys, such as assembling lockers
and lnstalllng locks, moving desks from the old to the ew
building and correctly spaclng and fastening them down,
bullding and finishing book shelves, storage shelves, book
cases, and a library counter
Having succeeded in learning the correct tool proceedures
in making such slmple projects as letter holders and book
racks, the shop boys advanced their skills 1nto constructing
more elaborate household artlcles Some of these articles
include medicine chests, stools, tables, toolboxes, station
ery boxes, what-not shelves, end tables, coffee tables, a
gun rack and a ketchen cabinet
not suit them as a life's work, while others have found a
delightful way 1D which to express their lnward feellngs of
beauty, sklll, and creatlve abillty by uslng their hands in
The basic skills learned 1n hand woodworking will aid the
student not only 1n adv nced courses such as machlne wood
worklng, but also ln professlonal work, carpentry, farm and
home repalr and bulldlng, and, 1n general, mechanlcal work
Although we have accomplished a lot this ye r, the shop
lnstructor would have been grat1f1ed if the students had
learned no more than the respect for and the apprec1ation of
16-B nd went to Perry First appearance of the year
17-Seniors go to Enid to break the cameras
30-Basketball practice starts once again
7 First Six Weeks Test Some happy some sad
12-Senior Carnlval CA big success I
lb-State Teachers Meeting
26-National School Assembly
Pirates and Pirettes play f1rst game with Cash1on Pirettes
win, Pirates lose
Glencoe came to visit Pirates and P1rettes, went home sad
Pirettes and Pirates defeat Hayward here
ll Armistice Day, everyone got the pr1v1lege of marchlng down town
Pirates and Pirettes went to Deer Creek, Pirettes won and
Pirettes and Pirates go to Cashion, both teams come home happy
18-Second Six Weeks Test and Burbank comes, Pirettes happy and
22 Pirettes defeat Orlando, Pirates treated them as guests
2h Thanksgivlng vacation Plenty of Turkey and all its trimmlngs
30-John Deer Show
6-Red Rock goes home sad
13 Harland here Pirettes w1n, Pirates lose
16-Pirettes and Pirates leave Coyle unhappy
20 Junior Play A big success
22 Pirettes and Plrates go to Orlando Pirettes happy, Plrates sad
23-Christmas vacation Santa Clause came Everyone happy
29-College Tournament Oklahoma C1ty
30-Plrettes go to Graniola, come home unhappy
2 Vacation ends
6-Semester exams Pirettes defeat Sumner, Plrates lose
lO-Red Rock treats Pirettes as guests, but Plrates are unhappy
12 lr Strlnger goes home w1th the mumps
13-Coyle comes, Referee dosen't show up Pirettes and Pirates
send Coyle home w1th the blues
16 Pirates defeat Crescent two games
21-Conference Tournament at Mulhall P1rettes w1n Conference
tournament by defeating Sumner B, Deer Creek A, and Su ner A
Plrates wln consolation by defeating Mulhall B in the finals
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26-Open house and Grainola goes home unhappy
31 Pirettes come home unhappy Pirates happy
33 Pirettes defeat summer, Pirates lose
lb Valentine Day Covington here Pirettes unhappy Pirates happy
16-National School Assembly
Last home game Pirettes and 1rates defeat Deer Creek Vlolet
Ferguson was crowned by Jack Andrews as Annual Queen for 19119 '50
Juniors and Seniors ask to take Six Weeks Test Pirettes an
Pirates defeat coyle for the fourth t1me
l F F A boys are heard over the radlo
to win District for the second year Pirates defeat Tryon and
Orlando to win District for the second year Llttle Pirates
win tournament at Garber to bring home another trophy
Regional Tournament at Drumripht Pirettes and Pirates are both
defeated by Luther
2h District leeting, Ed ond
31 Fifth six weeks test
l Marshall Band Festival
lb-Senior play 'The Boarding House Reach' by Payton A big
21 National School Assembly
22 89ers Day
28-Juniors entertaln the Seniors w1th a breakfast
30-Baccalaurette for the Seniors
3-Class Day for the Senlors and awards given away
S-Commencement for Paullne Andrews, Bob netus, Bonnie Spraggins,
landa Fagan, Walter Schneider, Lavone Shafer, Norv1lle Draper,
lary Schneider, Jack Andrews, Lols Hannah, Richard Herkle,
Colleen Beesley, Romaine Huffer, Norma Hopson, Klentin Redman,
and Maxine Lowrie
lb-Seniors leave on Senior Trip, a trip that will long be remembered
by the Seniors and their Sponsors It will prooably be the
last time the class will be together as a whole
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