Mulhall Orlando High School - Panther Yearbook (Orlando, OK)
- Class of 1968
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Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1968 volume:
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We, the 1968 Senior Class of Mulhall High School, would
like to dedicate this 1967-68 PIRATE to our parents. We know
they deserve this honor because without them, we would nev-
er be in our last year of school. They have given us the gentle
pushes when they were needed. We thank them for their en-
couragement and support and wish to give them all of our love
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Superintendent, Eugene Johnson, pauses from his busy schedule as chief adminif
strator of Mulhall Public Schools.
Administration Keeps School Efficient
Principal, Stacey Harris, points out busy season for the
Eugene Johnson Stacey Harris
Members of the Mulhall-Orlando Board of Education are: fstandingj Floyd Gallaway, Memberg Dwayne Clements, Memberg
Lawrence Schwandt, Clerkg R. R. Resneder, Presidentg and Raymond McPeek, Vice-President Cnot picturedb.
Combined Board of Education
Works for School
Faculty Works for
Advancement of Studies
Mrs. Orr spends some time on play-
ground duty. Here she is shown with
Arleen Knopfel on the seesaw.
Lyndol Jones spends every Monday
counseling with Mulhall students.
Mrs. White teaches high school Spanish along with Fifth
and sixth grades.
Mrs. Kautz points out the important
places in the world to her students.
Mrs. Yost demonstrates the proper use
ofthe sewing machine.
Mr. Wade places a trophy Won by the FFA on display.
Mrs. Duncan cheeks her files for her business classes.
Mrs. Strong not only teaches English but also serves as librar-
Mr. Dugger explains a math problem to his students
Third and Fourth
First and Second
Fifth and Sixth
Walt Andrews completes thirty-two years as custodian. Bus drivers, Lincoln Lewis, Stacey Harris, and Jack Mc
Anally provide transportation to and from school.
School Employees at Their Best
Mamie Hannah and Elizabeth Cyphers
are busy preparing food for hungry
students and faculty.
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I967 Seniors Visit Galveston
In November, 1966, the Seniors presented their class
play, 'iAunt Tillie Goes to Town?
During the winter months of November, December, and
January, they worked very hard in their concession stand at
the basketball games. This was a major money making pro-
ject to finance the Senior trip they were planning for in the
Other money making projects were a paper drive, a junk
auction, and assisting with the annual school census.
In early May they were honored at a banquet given by
the Juniors. The theme for the banquet was "Kismet,"
The Seniors spent the latter part of May touring Texas.
Class officers for the year were: Don Harman, Presidentg
Charles McAnally, Vice-Presidentg Sharon Vories, Secretaryg
Karla Johnson, Treasurer, Judy Gallaway, Reporterg Mrs.
Arthenia Haney, Sponsor.
David A. Bussard
Gerald Don Harman
Karla Kay Johnson
Gene G. Sears
Sharon Dean Voreis
Don Harman and Wayne Hopfer seem to be enjoying the
Showing off the prize catch of the Senior,s trip to
Galveston are Gene Sears, Judy Gallaway, and Don Harman.
Seniors pause to pose before graduation in the high school
I968 Seniors Edit Last MHS Annual
In early September, 1967, the Seniors worked hard at
the fair where they had the bingo stand, the concession
stand, and raffled off a lamb skin rug.
The basketball season in November, December, and Jan-
uary was busier than ever with the Seniors working hard at
the concession stand.
The publication of the last Mulhall High School Annual
was placed in the hands of the 1968 Seniors.
These money making projects, along with candy bar
sales and paper drives, were to help finance a Senior trip in
Class officers for this year were: Wayne Hopfer, Presi-
dent, Dennis Bussard, Vice-President, Celine Towle,
Secretary, Cathy Miller, Treasurer, Sponsor, Mrs. June
1968 Seniors had a haunting time presenting their Junior
play, 'Somebody Screamedj' in 1967.
Below: As Juniors, the 1968 Seniors entertain the 1967 Se-
niors at J unior-Senior Banquet.
Above: The paper drive was a success even though it was a
1ot of hard work.
Seniors spend much of their time in their concession stand
trying to earn money for their Senior trip.
Senior class officers: Wayne Hopfer, Presidentg Celine
Towle, Secretaryg Cathy Miller, Treasurer.
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Posing on the playground are the freshman class officers:
Glenda Bartram, treasurerg Steve Schwandt, reporterg Jer-
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8th Grade Prepares for Hi h School
The Junior High officers for the year were: David Klingaman, Presidentg Gary Orr, Vice-Presidentg Mary Ellen Detwiler, Sec
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th Grade Moves Up to New Experiences
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Tracy Phillips Shirley Ritter Gene Voreis
Vicki Walton Ben Wesley Mike Yost
First and second grades get ready for Santa Claus by put-
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First Grad e Explores New Worlds
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X IIIIII ACTIVITIES
Showmanship Winners at the 1967 Mulhall Fat Stock Show
are shown with their trophies. First row: Darrell Howard
Qfor Debraj-Sheep, Garye Gallaway-Swine, Keith
Schwandt-Beef. Second row: Sam Wade-Advisor, Judy
Royalty at the 1967 F.F.A. Banquet pose after coronation
ceremony. They are: Wayne Hopferg Karla Johnson: Jack
Mills, Cathy Millerg Bonnie Bartram.
FFA Chapter Has Active Year
First row: Jack Mills, Keith Schwandtg Tommy Fagan,
Bonnie Bartram, Sweetheartg Wayne Hopfer, Alan Fill-
more, Leo Sylvester. Second row: Steve Schwandtg
David McAnallyg Arnol Shafer, Dusty Bode, David Bode'
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Jimmy Fairbanksg Craig Fentg Eddie McNeil, David Orr,
Sam Wade, Advisor. Third row: Bill Crabtree, Stanley
Kautz, Rodney Wiss, Roger Harman, Garye Callaway,
Melvin Cyphers, Jackie Dixon, Jerry Sylvester.
Sweetheartg David Bussardg Keith Schwandtg Jane Searsg
Tommy Fagang and Janis Fillmore.
Keith Schwandt had the Grand Champion Steer at the
Mulhall Community Fair.
Bill Wiss, Cleftj, and Lawrence Sch-
wandt were chosen as Honorary
Chapter Farmers. They are shown
here with the plaques awarded them.
Chapter President, David Bussard, places
the crown on the head of Chapter Sweet-
heart, Bonnie Bartram, Sophomore.
Karla Kay Johnson Cathy Miller
Jane Sears Donna Bircket
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First row: Norma Moore,Celine Towle, Debra Howard, Durene Howard, Mary Detwiler,Janet Johnson, and Mrs. Peggy Yost,
Leader. Second row: Jeanie McBlair, Debbie Fillmore, Mary Kautz, Lori Yost, Pat Ferrell, Marty Gallaway, Ned Detwiler,
Dennis Howard, Keith Fillmore, Kent Stephenson, Ricky Redman, Tommy Moore, Mike Kautz. Third row: Vicki Johnson,
Rhonda Redman, Sue Yost, Vicki Lough, Scotty Oldenburg, Gary Cyphers, Carl Bussard, Bert Mel?-lair, Kenny Cyphers,
Junior Seaton, Bryan McPeek, John Donaldson, Ernie McBlair, Darrell Howard, Terry Redman, and Randy Gallaway
4-H Wins County Share-the-Fun.
Senior 4-H members participate in the
Share-the-Fun with a musical number
entitled 'Tm Just a Girl Who Can't Say
Karla johnson models her 4-H Tommy Moore is shown with his lamb
pl-Olect that Won ll blue llbboll that placed 3rd in the 1967 Guthrie
at the County Dress Revue. Spflng Livestock Show-
Home Ec. Girls Improve Homemaking Skills
Bonnie and Joy make pizzas for their pizza party in the
First row: Shirley Freeborn, Barbara Schwandt, Kathi
Schwandt, Ramonda Mills, Brenda Bartram, and Janet
Johnson. Second row: Bonnie Bartram, Sharon Gallaway,
Cathy Miller, Debra Howard, Celine Towle, Donna Bircket,
and Mary Detwiler. Third row: Peggy Yost, teacherg Ter-
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The Freshman Home Economics Class show Christmas
spirit as they decorate the home economics cottage for
Home Economics girls pose for the grand finale at the
Home Economics Style Show in the spring of 1967.
esa Lowrie, Sherry Crabtree, Jan Fillmore, Joy Schmid-
bauer, Eileen Hilburn, Glenda Bartram, Norma Moore, Le-
vonn Lowrie, Cheryl Orr, Darla Klingaman, Pam McNeill,
Jane Sears, Durene Howard, and Lucinda McBlair.
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Jack Mills lines up at the free throw line.
1967-68 Boy's Basketball Record
3 Wins, 18 Losses
41 Carney 56
35 Big Four 44
41 Tryon 40
25 Coyle 46
39 Holy Trinity 54
37 Orlando 61
Marland Inv. Tournament
37 Hunter 72
43 Billings 36
34 Marshall 40
50 Big Four 58
18 Orlando 62
48 Marshall 32
38 Billings 45
34 Crescent 49
46 Cashion 56
54 Coyle 56
51 Tryon 60
36 Crescent 55
21 Carney 60
31 Big Four 62
33 Orlando 50
Mr. Harris and the boys on the bench Watch the activity on
the floor with great interest.
Alan Fillmore Dennis Bussard David Bode
Boys Win Sportmanship Trophy
Stacey Harris, Coachg Dennis Bussard, Rodney Wiss, Jack Mills, Jimmy Fairbanks, Craig Fent, David Orr, Dusty Bode, Alan
Fillmore, Keith Schwandt, and Roger Harman.
Girls Post Winning Season
1967-63 Gills Basketball Record Bonnie Bartram tries for a layup during the Crescent game. l
20 Wins, 5 Losses l
49 Carney 48
67 Big Four 33
3l Tryon I8
57 Coyle I4
63 Holy Trinity 28
52 Orlando 38
Marland Inv. Tournament
42 Hunter 32
54 Red Rock 35
36 Marland I9
64 Billings 39
50 Marshall 3I
65 Marshall 35
42 Orlando 3I
44 Cashion 52
3l Orlando 20
58 Marshall 31
42 Billings 32
55 Crescent 20
39 Cashion 44
66 Coyle 43
56 Tryon I6
50 Crescent 52
25 Carney 36
49 Big Four 32
34 Cashion 48
Joy Fagan Debra Hgwafd Cathy Miller
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First row: Bonnie Bartram, Glenda Bartram, Debra Howard, Sharon Gallaway, Darla Klingaman. Second
row: Eugene Johnson, Coach: Levonn Lowrie, Cathy Miller. Pam McNeill, Cheryl Orr, Norma Moore, Ce-
line Towle, and Durene Howard.
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FFOHI IOWZ Judy Oldenburg, Pat Ferrell, Kay Good- Barbara Schwandtg Teresa Lowrie, Mary Ellen Detwil-
rich, Lori Yost, Mary Kautz. Second row: Stacey SI, Jimef -TOHHSOH, Brenda Bafffam-
Harris, Coachg Kathi Schwandtg Ramonda Mills,
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Front row: Neal Shafer, David'Klinga1nan, Mark Oldenburg, Tommy Moore, Dennis Howard, Gary Orr
Lough. Second row: Stacey Harris, Coachg Scotty Keith Fillmore, Riflky Redman, Gary CYPIWYS-
5th and 6th Cagers Learn Fundamentals
Stacey Harris, Coach, Darrel Howard, Gary Ditch, Marty Gallaway, Terry Redman, Kenny Cyphers
Randy Gallaway, Kent Stephenson, Ned Detwiler, Ernie McBlair.
Stacey Harris, Coach, Debbie Bussard, Debbie Fill- Lori Yost,Mary Kautz, Kay Goodrich, Jeannie Mc-
more, Judy Oldenburg, Kathy Goodrich, Pat Ferrell, Blair.
Homecoming ls Special Occasion
Queen Judy Callaway is escorted to
her throne by Alan Fillmore.
Judy Gallaway was crowned 1967
Basketball Queen at half time.
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Vera Lynn Cothern and Tracy Phillips,
Alun Fillmore presents Judy Gallaway flower girl and crown bearer for
with a kiss. Homecoming ,67, are shown here.
.ludy Gallaway, as queen, is shown here with her attendants Cheryl Orr, Celine
Towle, and Durene Howard.
Jack Mills and Cheryl Orr pose after the coronation cere-
mony at half time.
Dressed to accommodate the theme, our Pirates, Sherry
Kincaid and Bobby Johnson, carry bouquet and crown
for the queen.
Cheryl and Jack are shown here with attendants Durene
Howard, Cathy Miller, Pam McNeill, and Glenda Bartram.
Cheryl Grrwas crowned 1968
Roberta Burnett and Eileen
touches on the backdrop for H
Basketball Queen at the Try
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After many hours of hard work we, the Senior Class Annual Staff, are happy to pre-
sent to you THE 1968 PIRATE.
We would like to express our appreciation to everyone who helped make the publica-
tion of this annual possible, especially to our sponsor, Mrs. Duncan, without whose help
there would have been no annual.
We hope that this PIRATE will always bring back pleasant memories of your school
days at Mulhall and will be treasured forever.
Working to meet a deadline are: Cathy
Miller, Editorg Celine Towle, Business
and Donna Bircket.
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