Mulhall Orlando High School - Panther Yearbook (Orlando, OK)

 - Class of 1980

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' ,ef , 1, ' 'A 'S . ,, '14-5i,i:r:rf,?'Heff V f 5 f . -7 5 I J, , , .,L. I . A Q an 9537 ' Vw K . ,z-fayiwf A 5, , . M . ,, ,A 5 if- . 2 gb, K Q ::7 Q at V, A ju 1 Q A -, f 1' A' , ,2. Q ' ,, 'WH K 41 ' . ' m ,i ' swf-. -. W ' -W . i A, 5 f " 1 - ff' 'n m LLYG V J x 5 'Q'-cw , in .M :rib 1? ,- 1 'v f ,ww - WALTOILI - KENDA KLINGAMAN " 1' ' C0-EDITORS ' f W ..: A K , ' ' K W , TODD P HOTOG R APHY f 554 ED1'fbR4 f A at .M 6, fmwu nag, . fig, NY: C4 t . STAFF ,, 'lf 'f MRS. p,, w .w ' J,AiCK1EgPEfEi1'PfP'ER LUKE LO GH , Q PE CASROL M MELANIC ,..., Q TQIIEIL ffl 00019 CMJQJ TD 56900 r' K an f ROY SNOW STACEY HARRIS WAYNE LORANCE SUPERINTENDENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL PRINCIPAL Mr. Toepfer K Mr. Toepfer is the real spirit booster at our school. You can always bet that if our school is involved in an athletic event or school activity, Mr. Toepfer will be there rooting for us. It's not everyday that you'll find someone to stay after school to make sure you smooth out your rough edges in math. Mr. Toepfer is a person like that. Not everyone is full of the exciting history that Mr. Toepfer has experienced. Many a story has been told to M-O students over the years. So, Mr. Toepfer, we want to say thank you for sharing this little bit of yourself with us. BOARD OF EDUCATION SHIRLEY JONES DONALD BAY FRANCES JOHNSON, SCHQQL SECRETARY LEONA HARRELL, HAROLD RICHARDS AND TREASURER AND KARL KLINGAMAN yaflf Mrs. Resneder When we think of grade school, many of us remember books, recesses, and friends. Finall , when we reach hi h school we realize the memories Y S - --...... our grade school teachers have left with us - memories that we will Mrs. Resneder is one of those teachers with a special touch that has helped over 200 students at M-O. So, Mrs. Resneder, we will try to repay some of those memories you gave us by the Yearbook Dedication of 1980. ' , Mrs. Dixon advises Dan Zimmer on choosing reading material. Mimi Shelton Loran Toepfer Charese NCISOI1 Science Mrs. Daniels points out an interesting spot in the story to her three newest students. They are Belinda Jack, Sherri . H E . Mathematics Omg conomlcs Rutledge, and .Iohn Brewer. Anne Villines English , WT: ., N f kt T :LVL J i JM, VGA Gary Johnson Gladys White Gary Larman Sheila Dixon Coach Business Vocational Agriculture Reading Social Studies , J ,1 Q- FACULTY . ' , A F if E , Y Q' K f , .ff fr 'ig 159:99- P, gx . .. ' ,Q 'v , ,G .ffl A YY Mary Spaulding Carol White Norma Daniels Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade fo- . ,,,, t '37 QI ' f f iid-. r Peggy Yost Caroline Jones Brenda Prouty Joe Bob Nelson Renda Jones Sixth Grade LAB Band 8L Music Coach EMI-l ai- ,N I in s ,V 2 5 Dorothy Resneder Paula Kennedy Julie Torbeck f Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade 5 2 E Tracy QQ F it bE evffg Evulyn Suhwandt da Q fiff . .1 I If N . NV wifi' Q- S Q Fxgys W otcn Leach an ts D xrik Q. k Il jg., 'W its :tL I L. x. x AUL RICHARDS UKE LOUGH MICHAEL FRE Y JEAN KILLEBRE W DAMON YOS T TAMMI WALTON JUDY SH 00K DD HARRIS M MQ B 650 fu W ff 0 9 f ff QQ . , Af A . v r.-.. . A ,X mm X h X . Y x J 4 A Ki IT TAKE MUTUAL EFFORT THE FFA Scott Bulling touches up his heifer before entering the show ring. Mr. and Mrs, Lafon enjoy themselves at the Annual FFA Banquet. FRONT ROW: Gary Larman, Advisor: John Thomason, Sentinel: Luke Lough, Treasurer: Tracy Klingaman, Secretary: Desiree Bowden, Sweetheart: Mikki Leach, President: Paul Richards, Reporter: Judy Shook, Vice President. SECOND ROW: Tom Nealis, Patty Cook, Tom McNeil, David Thomason, Danny Keith, Kelly Hopfer, Tim McNeil, Gary Cunningham, Winnie Nealis. THIRD ROW: Carl Cunningham, David Knott, Kevin Donaldson, Brian Chartier, Jed Kenaston, Scott Schoepflin, Damon Yost, Bob Henke, Dale Schoepflin. FOURTH ROW: Joe Jeffrey, Jerry Kothe, Mike Gorrell, Jesse Shields, Mike Frey, Scott Bulling, Pat Gorrell, Floyd Keith, and John Jerome. 10 Officers joke around at the National Convention in Kansas City. 'SJ L.. W, -...J X 45-1- 2 f ' N f 2 1-J" ' - ,Wk . Mg 'Y . ja 'aff . A ,N TF 'SH 3lu..p,,W-,-sr" K ffl M J rpm All Q kr fha-V w e Q -f U H.S. Band, Front Row: Rhonda McNeill, Leslie Hunnicutt, Brenda Branen, Trina Redford, Sharrie Jerome, Lorain Day, Kathy Mason, 2nd Row: Lisa Redford, Shelby Bay, Lisa Richards, Jacquie Meyer Brian Hafner, Gaye Lea Orr, Karen Mason, Damon Yost, Darin Snow, Samuel Kolb. Back Row: Terri Hunnicutt, Delores Marion, Marsha McAnally, Derek Mason, Scott Bulling, Todd Harris, David Kolb, Troy Redford, Miss Prouty. Kathy and Sharrie play expertly at Homecoming ,Ea The High School Band showed off their ability at the Christmas program. High School Chorus, Front Row: George Zimmer, Rhonda McNeill, Sue Brooker, Cindy Shipman, Lisa Redford, David Kolb. Back Row: Terri Hunnicutt, Kathy Mason, Todd Harris, Leslie Hunnicutt, Debbie Prince, Miss Prouty. This year's Christmas Music Program consisted of almost 180 students from grades 1-12. The program for this year was held in the gymnasium in Mulhall where is was attended by a large turn-out from both communities. "Christmas In Note and Song" was directed by our new director, Miss Brenda Prouty. Miss Prouty directs both the band and the vocal music programs at the high school and the elementary schools. USI C Scenes from the 1979 Christmas Program 3 1. 442 3' 1 fe-.g .A 5 if ' f' 2- 'sz if iff? lgfizaxi f .r--V 1 lwg, HEADI G EAST FOR VO-TECH If Saladmaking is the favorite job of Debbie Standagc and Lori Bode in Commercial Foods. Jancl Wiss tests her skills on the calculator, one of the many machines that are at Vo-Tech. llll Back Row: Troy Redford, Jerry Kothe, Tracy Klingaman if I ,,,,, l f ' Mike Gorrell, Debbie Prince, Winnie Nealis. Front Row: f i .lanel Wiss, Desiree Bowden, Deanna Hannah, Lori Bode, HUGH JOHNSON M ULHALL, OKLAHOMA Debbie Standage. ALL ABO RD FOR ELLA. RALLIES 'YW fvfhkf 'V Mrs. Kathy Sutterfield and the F.H.A. girls were packed and ready to go to the state rally the first weekend in April, l979. Marty Henke, our faithful companion and bus driver, drove us there. All the girls, including Kenda, Deanna, Desiree, and Tena enjoyed swimming while they stayed at the Hilton lnn. Our new adviser for 1979-80, Mrs. Charese Nelson, and ten of the members grabbed a coke after the sub- district rally at Garber in September. !.v'1r .47 x 1-1 X ' 'sa W' 'U' it Q.. MULHALL-ORLANDO F.H.A. Front Row: Shelia Frey, Tena Jones, Lori Bode. Back Row: Adviser Mrs. Charese Nelson, Secretary .lanel Wiss, Reporter-Historian Desiree Bowden, President Jackie Pfeiffer, Edwina Fishburn, Rhonda McNeill, Sue Brooker, Leslie Hunnicutt, Carol McPeek, Jean Killebrew, Dolly Edmondson, Marie Decker, Devotional Leader Terri Hunnicutt, Song Leader Deanna Hannah, Treasurer Kathy Edgar, Vice- President Kenda Klingaman. Car furnished by Kevin Donaldson. l be---Q Q i l ,, lx' qi X lv .9 ' ig JK qi! S' , K. f wg. N int.: "'1'. X he ....s:'w.,. .W 4,,,,,,,..---f 4 ,. A BRIEF Y if . x5 -at X., ss NC 0 U TER WITH THE YEARBOOK STAFF Let's touch in on the staff in the field: Mel McNeil, Jackie Pfeiffer, Todd Harris, Carol McPeek, Kenda Klingaman, Mrs. White, Luke Lough, Janet Ritter, Leslie Hunnicutt, Tammi Walton, Tena Jones, and Neda Endevoets. ln another part of time in this tight schedule we run we find Jackie and Janet working on the school newspaper, PANTHER PRIDE. For a night on the town we go to the rink for a little ice skating with Mel at the yearbook party. Finally, we go back to the hustle and bustle of fourth hour to take a peek at Tammi, who is trying to meet a yearbook deadline. 17 STEPPING UP THE A CE IN THE SPRING Each year, more and more oil wells are being drilled in our community since the increase in oil prices. This one is just east of the high school. We discovered that with the energy crisis we really can't do anything that is not expensive, but our school manages to find something to do. ln fact, every date on the calendar in the months of April and May, l979, was scheduled. Here's a few examples of those events which kept us on the go. Looks like Derek Mason and Andy Bowden really had a good time on their class party at Ken's in Stillwater. At the FHA Grandmothers' Tea the girls met a lot of friendly grandmothers. As you can see, Leslie Hunnicutt brought her special friend, Lulu Pritchett. Elizabeth Kissner was a guest . . A :N V xi- 9 Believe me, we do have some clowns like Desiree Bowden and Kevin Hafner. The M-O Get-Quik bought them at the FFA slave auction, and they slaved in costume at the grand opening. of Sue Brooker. A tradition of the M-O communities which really lets the seniors know how special they are is the reception line on graduation night. Kim Uhrig, Roy Butler, and Dennis Prince were really nervous about leaving. Luke Lough is decorating for the prom. Since he was class president, he assumed the responsibility of keeping things organized and making sure everything was ready on time. !' it .left :argl Mil all if it .l .. it .var l 2.54 s w. 4'-' i s, by -.f. . y X x"f B 1 'I I f.. 1 Q I N A 0 0554 ,bfgf , A' 5 W E F . F 'fh' -A . W W El M X . vj fl - 'ix' as M X in : "1 1 L 2 g ' , . rx I ' W ' 1 , X 3 M.. ,1-4 .L vii .AMW JbA W 'W ZOOMING IN FOR A CLO ER LOOK As the camera zooms in for a closer look at grade school activities, we see Michael Fitzpatrick running for the finish line at a track meet at Carney. On the playground sixth graders Shelly Hopfer, Tonya Rothermel, Gina Koch, and Kelli Shafer look at the world from . . . another point of view? Denise Rothermel enjoys the slide best during recess. In the classroom Mrs. Resneder gets her reading groups ready for the upcoming year as they move another step closer to junior high school. The first and second graders must be enjoying Miss Prouty's classes because they are actually singing. One of the good times for grade school kids is the end of the day. Donnie Clements and Junior Burgess are the only two we would catch on the way : 'X' .W fi ii ffl! i, V , R ' will . ..... .,. . A Mrs. Roy Fitzpatrick really surprised the kindergarten when the Easter Rabbit showed up for their party. to the buses. Graduation is the event that sixth graders look forward to the most. Shelly Shrum read the class history as her part of the program. Troy Redford felt honored to shake the hands of two of the graduates, Evan Redford and Samuel Kolb. A tornado swept through M-O in the spring of 1979, tore up the school grounds at the grade school, and left the fences and trees in a mess. iris ff 'gg .gg Q! 15' elf 99 AJS? ELM tdvvfg ...Q sw. si-f I .AK ,mx milf .Q- , x, LN 9-vu, ' r f I 21 his L J , ,V ,HJ AJ v 4' W f m 99,1 'M alfa 'X V 'Hug MQW kg ,gt -W 1, .,,xAiNl. qty, hw W -.Am J, x .wilt 1' xfnX W, ,M 1 M-S ,gh Wa Pill! 'L 1 STALKI G BEHI M-0 DOORS As we enter one of the many doors of M-O High, we see Kathy Edgar participating in cheerleading tryouts. David Clements is trying to finish his woodshop project before school is out. Jerry Kothe and his Mother enjoy themselves at the FFA banquet, one of the many special activities of the year. The FFA banquet is held annually in honor ofthe parents, members, and those who support the chapter throughout the year. We would like to welcome the M-O Get-Quik to our community. This new business is managed by Bill Kennedy of Ripley, Oklahoma, and is located between Mulhall and Orlando at the 51- 77 Intersection. Now as we proceed through another door - the classroom door - we see Marsha McAnally, Lisa Richards, and os.. .V Shelby Bay working away on their new garments in home economics class and Tom Nealis in the business math class. On February 26, 1979, at 10:30 a.m., a 70 percent eclipse of the sun occurred Mrs. Shelton and her eighth grade class observed the eclipse through a welding lens. Tammi Walton took the picture of the eclipse by holding the welding lens over the camera lens. ln the halls of M-O High we see another familiar sight - .lacquie Meyer. Nancy Atnip, Gina Schmiedbauer, Lavonna Wade, and Nina Prince rushing to their lockers between classes. 'fig . ..- S ,,, -1 UN R X 'N .Me iz!" fig:-'t ii ' Away 5 1 Tri-State Music Festival at Enid was a very exciting event last year. Nine M-O students participated in the Honor Chorus. They were Luke Lough, Todd Harris, Judy Shook, Terri Bircket, Kenda Klingaman, Lillian Matoy, Scott Bulling, Damon Yost, and Kathy Mason. Mike Gorrell was a member of the Honor Band. 'iw 2 1 2 1 ml , ,-. ffl 'La ., I , , ' ' ' iw 'f :in--"W ' "' Dm' , N 'Dx ru .991-QQ X ,. .. 1. 5 - I .mlm- G -.wr 1 A Ha- ' Pr1 , ' 1 ,im-4 wx, mil 'Q ' 2' f " I il S. 24 1 f N ' xii! "A ' 5-Any, w, A Y X ,Jia Egg 5 TQ 3? z ,. ,tmp 3 ,rx j X ' Wwiifii S A 44 ,tfgfi3Qf52f,gQ,g, , ' U ve Jw. m ff? " i n , Q., - T11-,'4'EY9..V:1?.3i55Li5' ef,-iff 'Q ,W ' M?zwaWHn'. 'fmlswwrfzi sri" C? w" "' W1-rl wg. ' Y- H v f fx, . 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PLA YS 1979 Penelope Mayberry Agnes Griddle Bradford Abby Bonnie Waldo Puppybreath Regina Ms. Clinger Mr. Bip Conroy Yvonne Ratso Finkle Bruno Olga and School Nurse Veronica Van Dazzle Mrs. Mayberry Mrs. Potter Mr. McGillicutty Mel McNeil Carol McPeek Jeff Green Janet Ritter Judy Shook Luke Lough Debbie Standage Debby Gillett Glen Keihnolz Jackie Pfeiffer Patricia Sloan "Bob Henke Ronald Terrell Winnie Nealis Leslie Hunnicutt Debbie Prince Tammi Walton Jesse Shields 9 .gi 5 K tt, J .1 WL Q jf, J' Mu - V Mountain Maggie Maw Fry Emmy Fry Izzie Fry Clem Fry Rosie Belle Fry Aunt Harry Hornhonker Becky Mae Hornhonker Willy Hornhonker Pappy Popoff Zeke Popoff Travelin' Preacher Judy Shook Tammi Walton Clara Orr Luke Lough Todd Harris Carol McPeek Debbie Prince Mel McNeil Jeff Green Glen Kienholz Todd Harris Janet Ritter Musicians Terri Bircket, Jackie Pfeiffer and Bridget Hardeman Wedding Guests Winnie Nealis, Debbie Standage and Leslie Hunnicutt in .X S ,Ex A!.,,li..4-nv 'K ' A ,, f b q ' A W X-V A vom ,,.,R, A31 we 'e W , wi M.. gy X-AgQwi1 M ,gap 'Y . , fx mg . , A,,i.,V!jQf K , ESS my Dixon, M I ' W Q 4 wk . ww H 1, e , fix V. ' N V Y X Q af ' + ia 'if fm -' ig X wif W f-qrfg?- J", H' ga: mv m , M. x,,,n K? 2 , , 4 x M . , 5 M X 1 M wiv . ,TV Mm M' ,H W.- -IV EL NH " m!Msm.h, . WW ,Ly ' fa 4 I 'in aw, H X , :WV 'Q H f W qv 1 . 1 E' - X 9 X. ALL AROUND Mel McNeil And Luke Lough BEST LOOKING Carol McPeek And Jeff Green MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED Tammi Walton And Todd Harris MOST BASHF UL Janet Ritter Jesse Shields Acton s Furniture Pianos Guthrie, Oklahoma Ph : 282-3300 Debby Gillett And Junior Bussard JU IORS I 1- fy ' tsfitss 1 . " ,... V? Nt .sf f R +R' x A ji Q4 s - f- ff '- . ' . gig fr T " - , fr Q ..L. is- .- 5 A . ' ffl. if 'gfvfsif C' - " z ES 5 vim "XN..' 4 Mrs. Villines made a big splash at the M-O Fair this year. Desiree Bowden and Jerry Kothe on a cold 50's Day. 1- Neda Endevoets Troy Redford Lori Bode Mike Gorrell Janel Wiss 5' I , f Michael Frey John Thomason Mikki Leach Paul Richards Kcnda Klingaman President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Reporter 34 WM- x ., he ,, 53? U Mikki Leach serves chili to our guests at the chili supper. l V. ',-h Michael Frey works on an Ag project. Class rings came in September 10. l-Ofi Bode W0fkS 21 the Cakewalk l S K r 'd ' ' I J Tracy Klingaman Desiree Bowden Davl Clements Patricia S oan erry Kothe Orlando, OK X s ,lp U .,. . i it wus? 'X 'Ji i ix Deanna Hannah Tena Jones Reporter S OPH O ORE N EN Mike Dickenson Brenda Branen Gary Cunningham John Jerome Damon Yost Rhonda McNeill Kathy Mason enjoys her first year of typin 1 if ' -'Z Kevin Donaldson Terri Hunnicutt George Zimmer 2 Fi A ei J I K K Floyd Keith Brenda Tyler Bob Henke Kathy Mason Jean Killebrew Shelia Frey Kathy Edgar President Vice President Secretary 36 Treasurer Reporter X 8 ' K ..- Q, fi V- 5 J . .xx i WA x 1 I . ' f I . r , 'YS Sophomore sponsor Shelia Dixon landed in jail at the M-O fair. i The Sophomores really sponged in the money at Sue Brooker Jay Pfeiffer Mitchell Edmondson ,.. S' 4 p Jrr. r si"fei , f i i y f the fair. Tom Nealis Delores Marion DClmiS Uhfig . N luc.."" X pm' IMI I V David prmce Karen Mason Cecil Shields Dale Schoepflin oe Jeffrey A K K view...-, V 'Wg' LORE E S LADIES SHOES 336-2129 640 Cedar Perry, Okla. Scott Bulling Cindy Shipman I ,,,, , .Q P . N , Kawasaki Brian Chartier David Kolb Pat Gorrell Kelly Hopfer Jed Kenaston David Knott 1 Tom McNeil President Carl Cvnmnsham Secretary-Treasurer -4? Tom, Tim, David, and Danny were good sports about dress- Tim McNeil Scott Schoepflin Joe Segura ing up for the FFA Initiation. Corrxamxi. FURNITURE COMPAN 124 N FIRST ST Guthrie, Okla 282-1468 .bv 254 38 David Thomason Danny Keith Patty Cook Q N. l A v ,, ' W, ,, 1 -- MX . Q.. Dolly Edmondson Dora Graham 'C'-sv I ,KAW if af l le nfs J' Marie Decker Sandina Decker xxx' FN' if YQV' QM ,FQ 1 4 1 D ra 1 I Q Debbie Roberts Looking for next year's fashions during the FHA Initiation are Edwina, Lisa Redford Dollv. and Marie. 'i 1 VV! . fe I Teresa Donaldson Lorain Day Edwina Fishburn Teresa Shrum Tammy Jack Reporter Vice-President "?"f"' ,- Gaye Lea Orr Troy Klingaman Dean Hopkins Shelby Bay Andy Bowden xg I 2 I tg. V1 5 nv w l Derek Mason Trina Redford Don Chartier Brian Hafner Sharrie Jerome Donna Wooten Donna Atnip Mc Vlcker ompan y, Inc 110 East Oklahoma GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA 73044 Phone 282 2775 Stationery W ifzxtf ,':r' i I M., ' - Donna Wooten's historical fact wasn't easy to guess, but Sharrie Jerome thinks she knows the answer as the eighth graders play Twenty Questions in history class. x ,X V . 5 I M X f f ff . ..,-. KY. 4 N Y l "' K . K xl K i i s A V X , 3 xx fl Darin Snow Lisa Segura Mark Shields Scott Dickenson X ' i Q: gig-V 2 ' Qt S . up QM, gif i is , -ff" s- , T ..w--- I-MAX, t X1 , 'N F' lg xi x , L fi f I f 5 S " Q .V P Q 5 .k I ., Ye, I 5, .1 Sw ' ' f 2 -R A. Billi Burgess Steven Terrel Marsha McAnally Slade Graves An-4 .mx The 8th grade sponsored a baby contest at the fair this year. The lst place winner was Gabriel Leach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nikki Leach, and 2nd place winner was Greggory Galzaway, son of Mr, and Mrs. Marty Gallaway. The girls in the picture are lleft to rightj Gaye Lea Orr, Trina Redford, Shelby Bay, and Marsha McAnally. .few Lisa Richards Bruce Haven Gabriel Leach Greg Gallaway 'Qu f 2 0:43. fy x if? 6 'fr M ' , fr 'igx.1h.'w Shelly Shrum David Tyler Jacquie Meyer Daniel Knott Gina Schmiedbauer s '75 f X ff 4,3 rage, A if fry: 1 -1 ' 1 S v-f ' M Don Atnip Nancy Atnip Samuel Kolb Lavonna Wade J,D, Spaulding The seventh grade won first place in pyramid build- ing at a pep rally. f'4'f'. ' 'NX' Jimmie Jack Amy Branen Steve Ritter Y' Billy Keith Pam Henke Donnie Kirby Michael Fitzpatrick Nina Prince 19" 7'1" .f aa, 'N , l Shelly Jones Michael Weinkaul' Dan Zimmer Kim Martalitsch Pam Henke gets the tip against Rcd Rock Sell Class Rings lel 282 0324 WHITE S 'dwest jewelers IO4 Wes! Okla Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044 SIXTH GRA 5 Speed has no limits with Guy Zimmer. "lt's all so interesting!" says Sally Estus and Jeff Haven. 44 5 f-3 Gina Koch Greg Duncan Teena Cook 'E ' , ,f M f Bill Edwards Kim Poston Ricky Andrews V in ina: 2 rpg: K, sg y , ,S Mike Eckman Tonya Rothermel Donnie Ritter 4 1 - ? , if 332, Julie Fitzpatrick Mike Fillmore Sally Estus r IV' 245 , ,i. I fl xi, f R X 1 , Greg Koch Wendi Harris Mark Richards Evan Redford Guy Zimmer 1 - l 8, ,.. 2 . Q Q AF dl i 'MZ EQ Brian Hopkins Kelli Shafer -'eff Halfen Shen! H0PfCf hard when you read your way to the end zone. PANTHER BOOSTERS PERRY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Perry, Oklahoma KELLOGG REALTORS Guthrie, Oklahoma Teena Cook, Tonya Rothermel, and Kim Poston find that football isnt too Patrick Jerome Sherry Riley Rocky Jack 1 Q Q FIFTH GRADE A nu, ... I I I f' J 5.14 M.. Zanetta Chartier Valerie Hafner Shawna Kirby Danny Prince Stephanie Sylvester 'Yi - v W- 1 f7Qff7i'7Q Troy Golay Roy McNeill 'Neem-W Jaylene Day Joey Fishburn Nadine Zimmer Kristy Burgess Marn Barber 451 RANCH MULHALL, OKLAHOMA Diuron And Darrell Howard John Brewer Belinda .lack X ,9- Kelly Martalitsch Sharon Flash Brett Bowden Todd Cook Kelli Downs " ' L , , 1 .L nr' Gil ,g.,,,z. W., W A Q w ,,, y , kv M a ., mr? 1, 1 ln ' My 5 0 vs 15,5 X yt: s, 9 3 Larry .lack Sarai Kolb Dolly McBlair Mike Aldridge Michelle Henke l all 2,16 'fill gamble. , V, Y A 4 Sherri Rutledge m --,Mk ' vw r I if In 1 ' Q K 35' 3' 71 ' if A lf lf A , , ,.' f . r ' " 5, Q E .te M, L. h 4 . 5. My .f 71" f .. Ar, X: 1 'RWM Darin Howard At the Grade School Carnival Nadine Zimmer seems to be saying, "Me get married? No Way! y Genelle Koch Lance Leach Holly Fitzpatrick Bobby Priess- Geri Terry Shane Estus Janet Weinkauf Rodney Silvers Denise Rothermel Jeff Roberts 'W K l D if Daryl Snow Casey Gorrell Becky Knopfel Mark Hood Kim Downs Q! " Q so K K . 2: Mike Hopkins Yvonne Ritter Sean Keith Julie Dudek . Chris Hopfer 'i1:."' Steven Dixon Sheila Edmonds 'ill on Heh,heHfWeH-H --.J 3 L U 3 l f The Fourth grade at one f h. 4 . - Eddie Scheihing Margie Riley Rests." me' qw' mo HQBUdhl lxllllllm Bel Zoo canl il rm Litg K f Claw. L Lance Leach and Bobby Priess help spook-up the Halloween carnival. 1 JCPenney PERRY, OKLAHOMA GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA Juke Burkett, Manager Ted Beale, Manager t ,tl V1 0 Kyla Hull' Brian Duncan Dennis Knott Steve Tyler Trey Fillmore 1 Q' t 2 5 Stacey Sylvester Shawn McAnally an THIRD GRAD 'Wm Frank Cunningham Ricky Brewer Christine Anthis discovers that using u furry pencil makes writing more fun L 1 I ,, .at fi 1" , James McKee Tobv W21ClC it ,H xp.,- ' Wham, ' , ,V Christine Anthis l ,K , ,, Brikk Hodges Stacy Golay in-if Micah Kolb Stephanie BUSS21rd Phillip Molina Kevin Andrews Tina Scgura Larry Krohn Rochelle Henke Stacy Golay finds it necessary to put his crayolas aside while Mrs. . . Spaulding gives out spelling words. Shelley Schmledbauer Rlcky Cook 'ii' Q Jason Rutledge Angela Koch Dewayne Taylor Seat The Friendllest Store In Town Jim and Sue Smith 117 W Harrison 282 2720 Guthrie Oklahoma SE C O GRA Amy Leach Clancy Thomas Angel Brewer Lloyd Allen Rosetta Bircket Larry Zimmer Becky Jack Donnie Clements Jill Hopfer BOB' WHITE ROCK CAFE 114 S Division We Specialize in Homemade Chili 8: Stew and Hamburgers wfFr1cd Onions BOB 8a RITA COOK Roland, Dennis, and Johnnie Mae, show the class their artistic talents as they finish the class bulletin board. ,,..,,W,...M..m ,,.....s....s,..,V, , . .. x l , .iv- af' uf, V.. , ra L 4 . ,L Ai aft: 'ts 5, LWLV , 5 as , w 23 is V "H Johnathon Haggard Susie Fishburn Denny Bussard Renae Taylor Roland Taylor Christy PfiHCC ,Vx Charllotte Jones Q..- Larry Zimmer hangs on for a ride at the grade school carnival. Billy C016 Mary Ann Haven 4511? J0hrll1iC Bemay Jill Hopfer uses all her skill at the football throw. Paul Fagan 'lfffv H N,,. ix mir , "ff ,iv l f J l Kristin SCh0epflin Sharla Padgett Brian Clements Brook Hodges Hayley Schmiedbauer Bryan Eckman Brian Krohn Carl Scheihing Scott Dudek Rusty Prince Kimberly Kirby 5. Junior Burgess Brook and Nate spell words they've learned on thc flannel board. 5 -.... .tw s.W..s e W. QV... .K by I 4. Q ll j I -...A..,.,a Christy Cyphers Carrie Schoepflin Vonda Bode F15 Q Y l V ,P Sandy Terry LeeAnn Hawthorne Jason Driskell 'fl Nate Nickels Geoffrey Koch Donald Knott ff? Rebekah Spaulding 4+ , P 4 fff- ' -rl... 4 tt,. 'im Geoffrey and Crystal check how much they're growing while Christy, Brian, and Jason look at Crystal Grimm the picture books they made. Home Owned and Operated 7th and Elm Phone 336 5541 PERRY, OKLAHOMA 73077 ' Elwell Automotive Supply SI Equipment Michael Payne Matthew Martin at the Tina Allen cupcake walk. Phillip Fagan Joanna Haggard Bradley Harman Gabriel Bernay Jonene Bode Margaret Clark Cs qv-ix. 'inv-' 1' Audrey Larman Steven Lewis Matthew Martin Sarah Pfeiffer ir QA mkkr M 'l X A" Deciding which part in thc story comes first is one of thc primary things Anthony, Joanna, and Clayton find out in kindergarten. Jonenc, Sarah, and Audrey work while they listen. Michelle Priess Clayton Schoepflin Anthony Shrum KINDERG RTE FQUTEQ1, - is X- ., . A.., sg '2',1 ,'k . 5 .N Troy Golay listens to Miss Prouty. fw . i I 1? H X E i Q ABOVE: Mr. Snow welcomes everyone to the Christmas program. RIGHT: Mrs. Spaulding gives awards to her outstanding students. , .sr TH If R SDAY Q-11" Jones explains their project. Dixon and Rocky Jack work while Mrs. Y Kim Kirby exercises in P.E. class - Laura Childress! -J-"I The newest addition to the 6th grade 5 li rg.. 57 The 79-80 cheerleaders were Kathy Edgar, Janel Wiss, Deanna Hanna, Kenda Klingaman, and Desiree Bowden. The mascots were Marsha McAnally and Shelly Jones. They really kept the Panther spirit alive with the help and encouragement from their sponsor, Mimi Shelton. The cheerleaders performed a pompon routine to the tune of "Le Freak" at homecoming. They also coordinated the homecoming coronation. Mrs. Lulu Pritchett painted the background for the theme they carried out - "Try to Remember," which was played by the M-O Band. All of the past queens were invited back and made a special part of the program. Class competitions dominated the pep rallies this year. Each competition added up for points. The Juniors won at the end of the season with the most points. Mrs. Nelson, their sponsor, got a pie from Tracy Klingaman. J.D. Spaulding, Pam Henke, and Amy Branen hurry to reach the finish line in the gunny sack race. Janel Wiss and Paul Richards compete in passing a lifesaver with a toothpick. The freshman class achieved their goal as they reach the top of their pyramid. Tena Jones fcheerleader for part of the seasonj, Kenda Klingaman, Carol McPeek, and Jackie Pfeiffer show their spirit by shoe polishing the windows of their automobiles for homecoming week. 51' 49 fi I U Bob Henke warming up while John Jerome takes his turn FALL HIGH SCHOOL: Front Row: Danny Keith, Bob Henke, Paul Richards, Mikki Leach, Joe Jeffrey, Back Row: Coach Johnson, Jeff Green, Jerry Kothe, Mike Gorrell, Troy Redford, John Jerome. JR. HIGH:Front Row: Daniel Knott, Billy Keith, David Tyler, Jim Jack, Slade Graves. Back Row: Donnie Kirby, Troy Klingaman, Scott Dickenson, Darin Snow, Derek Mason, Michael Fitzpatrick, Coach Nelson. Shooting for home plate while hoping for another strikeout is Troy Redford. 11 ci? 1-5 ,gs X: , N fm, ,vhs Bobby Priess sprints for the finish line. Mel McNeil wins third place in the long jump at Ripley. SPRI G f"""' 'X . . f ,mf ,. -7 . ..,. . .. . , . f t- Q, -f 1 A il drai A 44 1:5155 K -Luv, "' A ,NM K - -3, 'sv A 5f.'31:m.? -. h Qi . , att ,. - .- M , . iii 5 - ,, gf sd 3 4 .af . . I Q 1 ' X .f tx , , 44.-'Q 11 2-te" ' ,.: F " ' - ,ww . ,Mx ,A t .. -is-its . . - Aw i. :+4N+.f, :M Q- if ' fef Q f' . 5f2'f""sf ,ew 1 ' - - - Teresa Donaldson is gritting her teeth to help her team to victory. George Zimmer really turns on the Joe Jeffrey jumping high at the Ripley steam for the last lap. track meet. Mrs. White and her fourth graders are having fun at the track meet. W 0 I9 W J M W f"s3 W. A Q? 4 4 .wg 1 ,K rd. 'W f2 xxx ,-0 84.0"? YK x - 'iv 'Zim' w S KY? mv. 16" A-ann-nv an--nl' manual' v--nov -in-an --an-u -Q.--.. at sg i 0 'Q Y "I33"' 1'- kyvpvf MNMMM,,.,,,. ...-3 .,. W-It-W' Karen Mason puts up a shot while Patricia Sloan gets ready to rebound Mel McNeil protects the ball from Drummond forward. During the 1979-80 basketball season, Coach Johnson had a team of eleven girls. lO Mel McNeil 24 13 Karen Mason 32 21 Carol McPeek 33 ll Jean Killebrew 23 15 Patricia Sloan 31 22 Lorain Day Shelia Frey Brenda Tyler Janet Ritter Teresa Donaldson Jackie Pfeiffer For the first time in years our girls basketball team won second place in the Cashion tournament. We are glad to show our pride for our girls. Melanie McNeil and Teresa Donaldson received trophies for being chosen guards on the Cashion all-tournament team. This year has been a tough but a good year for the girls. no c.'o' 'O-0' V Jackie Pfeiffer gets the tip in homecoming game against Drum- mond s CN- if 'A ri? 9' 'Ji' fr PAJDW5 J - .nw t 'ff Twig? f-a ll .5 7- .111 A . 4 , L I' ' x s . -.f 91 f 5 rf -i i 1: "' K if V ts ii J 0 I f y . I Y " vp- "' ' ' ' Lat Popcorn is the favorite snack for basketball fans. S n any wi 9 , 9 4? x il L Q -4 Kevin Donaldson reounds the bali in Homecoming against Drummond .- ..-..o",-nh. Coach Gary Johnson calls in scores to area newspapers after every game. ra S Luke Lough was a great help to both teams by keeping the books. During the 1979-80 basketball season, Coach Johnson had a team of thirteen boys: 32 Damon Yost 12 Kevin Donaldson 23 John Jerome 22 Bob Henke 21 Scott Bulling ll Jerry Kothe 40 Tracy Klingaman 25 Troy Redford 24 Mike Frey 20 Paul Richards 52 Mike Gorrell l0 Mikki Leach 15 Jay Pfeiffer This was a tough but an exciting year for the boys. They won second place in the district tournament and advanced to the regionals. The team received the consolation trophy in the Cashion tournament, and Tracy Klingaman received a trophy for being chosen "most valuable tournament player" on the Cashion All-Tournament Team. V 5 f-.16 we 'ei 4 i t -.ii afffxa . - cj' , gf -N""':,' .wllff C' Paul Richards puts up two points against Drummond. Tracy Klingaman got the tip in the opening game against Red Rock. JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS: Donita Prince Manager, Jacquie Meyer, Lisa Segura, Gaye Lea Orr, Marsha McAnally, Lisa Richards, Shelly Jones, Pam Henke, Lavonna Wade, Amy Branen, Shelby Bay, Shelly Shrum, Gina Schmiedbauer, Sharrie Jerome, Donna Wooten Bookkeeper. JUNIOR HIGH BOYS: Mike Fitzpatrick, Billy Keith, Derek Mason, Darin Snow, David Tyler, Jim Jack, Donnie Kirby, Danie Knott. GRADE GIRLS: FRONT ROW: Stephanie Sylvester, Valerie Hafner, Michelle Henke, Shawna Kirby, Marri Barber, Jaylene Day. SECOND ROW: Nadine Zimmer, Sherri Rutledge, Shelly Hopfer, Julie Fitzpatrick, Kelli Shafer, Sharon Flasch, Wendi Harris. THIRD ROW: Gina Koch, Kelli Downs, Teena Cook, Tonya Rothermel, Sally Brooker, Sherri Riley. GRADE BOYS: FRONT ROW: Mike Alridge, Danny Prince, Joey Fishburn, Jeff Roberts, Mark Richards, Troy Golay. SECOND ROW: Roy McNeil, Greg Koch, Brett Bowden, Jeff Haven, Patrick Jerome, Donald Ritter, Lance Leach. THIRD ROW: Mike Fillmore, Todd Cook, Darin Howard, Greg Duncan, Evan Redford, Billy Edwards. These four panther teams were coached by Mr. Nelson. The junior high girls won second place at the Coyle tournament and third place at the Carney tournament. The junior high boys won third place at the Carney tournament. The 58L6 grade girls won second at the Carney tournament and first place at the M-O Invitational Tournament. The 58L6 grade boys won second at the Carney tournament and second at the M-O Invitational Tournament. J Mark Richards tries to block a pass as Tood Cook P 5 5 -anim-h img , sd NJ Pam Henke jumps high for a tip off in the opening moments of a game against Sumner. Both the Jr. High and Grade school teams participated in this game hcld at the elementary gym. and Greg Duncan set up their defense. The Jr. High boys set up their defense in a home game against Crescent, trying not to let their opponents score. Q..."-4" JR. 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"'Tba4ghqQ4lnen"' BILL PARKER M nu ent Burxal Insurance Pre Nc d Trust 1010 7th Bo 107 Perry Oklahoma 73077 405 336 444 e Burck Pontlac 738 Cedar Street Perry Oklahoma New and Used Sales and Ser :ces PONTIAC For a Dependable Deal See CHARLES Owner Garage 336 9500 Hom e 336 2578 ooxwms COMPANY BOX 08 IPRRX Ulxl XHONIX 50 L0 H62 8 . .I . . . ' d O - - N b. 1 vi W e em LOFTIS INSURANCE DlJ Swvmb V1 -,.. ,Qt lL A f A A i me BICQ offffnfmcf -, I8 Delaware, Perry, Olgia, 73077 awe ag3gAaaf 5gggs iaqkwe11, okia.74531 Telephone. 1405? f 3,36-4488 H re a'65Hdih6Ap 4Qf4O51-A 363-3434 fr-A' Aff SALES-SERVICE A ' AA A ,A 520 DELAWARE 336-2273 PERRY, OKLAHOMA PERRY. OKLA. 73077 Stanley' Fix-it AAShopAA STH . , l A, 4o5s3e.se2s g1g gf 1 A A A AUTO REPAIR . SHOP WELDING 4551 Hauling Concrete Work Yard Work and Paving Post Hole Digging Concrete Sawing Serivner Gans lruclwn GENERAL CONSTR U C TI ON 2200 West College Wendell and Judy Scrlvner Guthrle Oklahoma 73044 Phone 282 1571 Simpson Oil Co 523 West V1las ERNEST SIMPSON Wholesale 282 1800 Arco Lube an Box 933 M0tOI' 0118 Guthrie Okla 73044 I O. Gasoline - Diesel Fuel d . . , I S 4 3 3 , . I I 4 l I ng g .I Byn FUNERAL HOME GUTH Rl E. OKLAHOMA PHONE 282-3131 J. W. AND SUE ALTEBAUIVIER 9 D EWT S . , DISCOUNT PHAR iQiXi5YD 5 Carey Prmtzng . o a Av . zlguygmrijkgilargoma e -2 5 V LT.L 102 N. BROAD NEWT CORNWELL, GUTHRIED, OKLA. DAVID DoWN1NGgi??i1g T 1 ph 2821581 104W Okl h O B Guthrle Relmblc Prcscrlplions at Discount Prices c J NETSDNDN 123 N. gpe'Scm: GUTHRIE GKLA. 73044 NELSON aus. Pmna 2a2-can Owner ms. Phone 282-3162 VIQJGMHI Compliments Semor Crtrzens Nursmg Home 1900 E Perkms 282 2600 Guthrie, Okla JOHN R FLAS H Realto Flasch Realty 81 Insurance 127 N Dvxsmon GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA Bus Phone BU 2 3240 Res BU 2 2431 A US TIN CHEVROLET 101 E Harrison Guthrie Oklahoma 2820181 . 'I I Rip 'f I .. 09 ' Q 1 Q v- ., an ,A 1 ITD F URROW Flowers and Grfts For all occasions Weddmg servlce Bloommg plants Green plants Cut flowers Drled and snlk flowers Doyle and Elame Ford 17 SL 1 Oklahoma 405 282 2730 Guthrle Okla 73044 TERRY S CAB 109 N Wentz Guthrle Ok We are eager to serve you 282 1970 MARK S DRUG 122 W Oklahoma Ave 282 2701 Guthrle Okla ltlllllllb Q U I I A ' 1 195. eiiesf A 9 ek lg "" A: - A ,JKM ,WHWN ll ' . C , r '- CO. O A - I l - 'Jl O O I Bumper To Bumper 113 West Harrison Guthrie, Okla. 73044 282-4237 Stanley Phillips-Owner 8 M 1624113 ku 101 East Oklahoma Guthrie, Oklahoma 282-3500 "l0'Z: Senior Citizens Discount" John Krittenbrink, R.PH. Doug Baggett, R.PH. .lim 4 PHO MEDALS and 13044 282-3848 Manford L. Warren GUTHRIE Wear and Accessones Oklay 73044 282-4365 In and Browse Guthrie, Okla. f T TIVO Makers e Sovereign Collection I FURNITURE MANUFACTURlNG COMPANY P O BOX 700 GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA 73044 TELEPHONE 405 282 2800 DAMON LUMB R CO DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL Corner First and Cleveland Guthrle Oklahoma 282 0567 L Me HIlCl5fIl00 Fasluon Fab 1cs fo Yo and Yo Hom Cynthza Baker 5 124W Oklahoma '5 Guthrie okla 282 2666 KENNEMER SHOES G U THRIE We care for your feet Wlth quallty footwear and perfect fit If ul - - I I of 1 I YUW Ih I -- 'Ll Lrll ' - - 0 0 I ' r' r u ur e I l 8 '-,erzeaxgizm Nr I .on . 1- 15. 8.6, w 5 I I I I I I 9679 CQ f LSI GER S MERSON AGENCY ...Ei ! , fi 6 9 9 a I L 531111111 gf3lI11PlJl ,ifluuu GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA 7 O 282 3464 ?Z32 227 H 85 M Carpet Center 1528 South DIVISIOH Guthrle, Oklahoma 73044 Harold Wehr Mnke Savory ITIODE O' DFW d Lu sf Wfhs M bM 115W Okla 282 3946 106 West Oklahoma "Th S t Pl " Guthr1e, Okla 73044 phone 282 Q362 MAR Y'S FLOWER SHOP GREENHOUSE 11 M1165 S on Hlghway 77 We Glve Green Stamps Guthrie Oklahoma 282 3717 e por swear ace Guthrle, Okla 73044 L CATALOG SALES AGENCY ln Guthrle Oklahoma Order the easy Way' CALL 282 1892 . -A - I In J - - 1 49 I - 1. ,-.' iff A I K if' Qfifi SGISS SQ-kff A W A A nn M y j:-Qzi . iii Ltk.k .-.k Q K K i L- A - Q A Y Lkil ' W i S k 6 K 220 NORTH FIRST - AAA- A ggjffi, i - 1 A - . 3 44 A ff- e ' I I C O v r lr. :V An and Lln a Nelson Sf 0 , " i le are i o ut ore" V ' . . 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A L I ' A L L L l I A I 5 v L 1 MARY BAKER Perry Okla 33655505 llIIiiiiiiiiI Iiillliiiiiiil Stlllwater M111 an Elevator Company Gram Storage Farm Supphes Feed Seed Fred Sh1plett Manager er y Okla alvh s Packme Okl h Ph 547 2464 Gene s Pharmacy 311 Seventh Street Phone 336-2501 Perry Oklahoma 73077 ll' 9 I "YOUR HEALTH IS OUR BUSINESS" 1 SEMLER SHOES Naturahzer Conn e Jacquelme 114 West Oklahoma Guthrxe Oklahoma PERRY HOME CENTER 336 5858 1' Ok 11 73077 p y 1 ""'5s'? Ilfyzflzew 'QQ- L O 1 i 7 E s 1 U - C A A. -3 - 6111 S reef Fine Furniture Perry, la oma Car et' - V' r"i'-"--e--gf- 1 1 1 I xf . Q : om WEN" 1 I - Q Q1 0 , I 1 ft tm I l-ss 3 A. 'Q ' X - ' 23'-.' Perkins, a oma L""""" ---- -1 one - 638 ivddl' I Perrv, kI.11om.1 I l I L - "" 455-9661 "We also have gas -vl""" ff 'tr' 'R - ,Q Q xx ,g 9 o 2 W t Fmdmg the I KEY. .. at last. sa l Q 1 T'i'ii9Ljj"'g5:-d Cecil Shields, Jay Pfeiffer, Gary Cunningham, Mike Dicken- son, and Joe Jeffrey look in the big books for the answers. 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