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

 - Class of 1981

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Sixth graders would rather try new ways to get an education, such as the Outdoor Education Workshop. Mark Richards and Greg Koch, eager to know the age of a particular tree, drill a hole in it so they can examine the wood. Donnie Ritter and Greg Duncan learned what it was like to be blind but didn't stumble when they followed the instructions of their guides, Rocky Jack and Julie Fitzpatrick. EM' if Y 0 3 'ir' in QD W5 1 1 1 1 ff- , 'L--. ' i x I , X 1 X I . i v 4 ,Wwlf ., hi- . if W ,f '5 L X3 3 nf, fs 3 ii . F' fr' fn v if! X 1 fi ,Q 1 f v f Qt 3 e-,,,- 4 f . M" 5 if .rf ! 1, X fx vm ,M -, ga 2752 XA ffm Q' ' ' PM , - wwf : W.:n11sf?jiL,:"'f,4 ,w ,Ml - Mx ,. , ,X ,, 'vw ', , Me, 1 l"fH' - ' , sg , .J " 'Q Y' 1 Q H X1 Q F5 yu U ull I I. M' , ' , iff 1 -I i 'si 4 f 3 'X N ., ,K yy rw , 5 . , - W W' fl , 'F mf ' -4 ff af .f , ' 5 '1f'?L,f'NnX. . 'afgbmlsv .' 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Susie Fishburn, Donnie Clements and the other third graders performed their version of Columbus's discovery of America. Working to finish his assignment is fourth grader Joe Day. fcenterl Shane Sears seems to be enjoying whatever he's doing. flower leftl Waiting for Miss Proudy to call on them in music class are Jonene Bode, Sarah Pfeiffer, and Sandy Terry. Waiting for the bus after school is a fun part of the day. Hayley Schmiedbauer, Jill Hopfer, and Christine Anthis choose the minkey bars, but Brett Bowden, Casey Gorrell, Lance Leach, Bobby Priess, Jeff Roberts, and Chris Hopfer play a game of football. Matthew Kimbrough, Rosetta Bircket, and Michelle Ortega talk with Mrs. Daniels about how nice the weather is this fall. Michelle Priess ends her day with a smile. 1, ,- L , , I .,, .fl-" , ,ghcg gf-r . .3 . V .T i, .- A Z 5 ...- an Ivy Q31 FQ! Q .NRU il ' 1 '75 www: '- aff i EW SHOW OLD ATTRACTI ON The 1980 fall fairs take on new shape as we look on with Marty and Pam Henke and take a look at some of the new happenings. We see Cindy Shipman at the cakewalk trying to resist the temptation of Upiggin' out." In the lower left we find John Jerome showing us how much work he does before showing his pigs. Next to him we see Paul Richards in his black and gold T-shirt displaying Senior Spirit at the bingo stand. Looking across the page, we cross over Darin Howard as he shows his incredible strength while unloading at the M-O fair. Now let's look at Bo Martin as he shows showmanship and pride in the first go-around of the horse show. This is the first year for the horse show at the M-0 fair. Dropping down, we see Mikki Leach set up his steer as Mr. Larman looks over the competition at Guthrie. Looking left to right we see Mr. Snow helping Derek Mason as they get the baseball throw ready. Next, Gayelea Orr shows us all how it's done by winning grand champion at the M-O horse show. Last, but certainly not least, we come to Mike and Pat Gorrell as they show against each other at the Guthrie fair. 5 Q N O 950 9 ,s 3 3 1 if-f'f3. .fu ,fn :gm 'agp'-fu-" fflx-ix g'fg!1f.."1T-'Liwa rl' kk '!u""'1 1 " 1 .Q " "' K 4 5 x , 1 V 7-. . Z X ' , Til 2, Gh- I Qi: 4 . ,Y YM., 'M ix . Y A X,-rs- l if-H3 -xr' V xx 1 q xl x...., - ---f ,, . 121, A ,.. ',--TTL -x 'J l I Q W I 1 4 1 5' ,v A, ' i 1 A. ' -mlwlibgq ' E -., 'S , . mv-p,,,, ,. If ' -'-FLT? . - A fl' 1 1 16 gl .M P - 1 1 , ..- ...anu- .-AJ...- I F , x. l w Q FZIKU' , , y ross ' . NW P . V ' x , x ' Ly " U Fax . : FOR 0- 1 sq ' - 1 F K K Ny,-,M . wafss 'V ' xi 2, ix! A ,,,. .MX f S i I I Y FU FIRST WORK LATER We believe that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. The students of M-0 High prove this so in everyday activities. Now Dora "Speedy Fingers" Graham can type her letters instead of writing them. fWho is the letter for???J Judy Shook looks disgusted as Mike Frey learns how to prepare "Din-Din" for the annual mountain oyster fry. Bob Henke pops another joke. Could it be about baseball?? Don't jump to conclusions!! That's just iced tea Lori Bode and Neda Endevoets are drinking at the Holiday Inn at Stillwater. These are just a few of the good- looking rings the Junior class received this year. Lisa Richards and Marsha McAnaly practice to be peanuckle champs of the school. Jerry Kothe slides into second base as another one "bites the dust." Jacquie Meyer, Shelby Bay, and Gayelea Orr practice to be the Boogie Woogie Bugle girls from M-0 High. Qin 'wi 0, M. QQ.. .laajgvf wfql . Ei-va It's summer fun with the senior class on their last trip together. Of course we all know they were good little girls and boys on their Senior trip. ' -Q ,.-. n QQ.. Q Q QA .2 15' x ,- qw. ' ., etc. W5 fo Maf'ty X nice wlth, Nan d 8 Y , Maw ..-ov0'!""' L nr' ' NPA- nm L will ' "Q -, gf?" "1 ' 1' ' 1 f .',w,5, 'i N 'ng' , 9 , ' s have q f 1 ik, ,'i,i, J ,nn school dlbap, ot to '4.1,1" y ' ' j , ,' ,Z 9 , ,' mowinggthg I ns fk M' 51 ' ig, ff 7: ., 6 ,. Wg 2,5 ,,, in I: tr ,Ig 4 if driving b'uses. ,,, It ., N,. , .70 7 . FQ 42, .,,"? vw-nu., I l 7 I' 1 y nu ' un E I 5 4 Q 2 Q QIQ I I ,:a. ,, 325 . ,MM 'ei' 'mv W .M-N 1 xiii.: .1 Yin , , .5 ,ew- I I ' Etna, ,ha- ,nr .r 2,3 w b g 'B' 4 Q vm Vim 1 , Q n x Q . HUNDRED 1 SENIORS j, ri 5 Paul Dean Richards Deanna Sue Hannah David Eugene Clements Michael Dean Frey John Ewing Thomason Lori Dawn Bode Buddy E. Martin The last two years at M-0 High have been full of many fond memories. The Spring of 1980 brought our original version of "Desperate Ambrose". It was a wild and wacky western. Tracy Klingaman and Deanna Hannah entertained us with the class prophecy for the class of 1980. The beginning of our senior fund-raising year began with the local fair. Ann Villines and Gary Johnson, our sponsors, provided us with encouraging words throughout the year. Senior pictures and the ordering of announcements brought along the highlights of every senior's year. Our senior play was "For I-Ieaven's Sake". We wish to express our deepest gratitude to all of those who helped us throughout our days at M-0 High. YEA 19 1 K yn, .e , 1 W x T 3 f L2117115,fkffQQ,T5QIf5iff7' ' ' ? gt Y f -1" .iEiif?3?i31zf: 3 -Qi T12 ,f lL5IE1lEl,'5ff5?s'f.xzl fe k : 'Z .. -4 vfz - 112 1,4 va. . V ,- ''f-iTf13E1sQ.zL1Pif1.-.,Qff?'E.L,iQ 1 Y SQ in L 1, 3, n WHO?S WHO CLASS OFFICERS President Michael Frey Vice-President Kenda Klingaman Secretary Desiree Bowden Treasurer John Thomason Reporter Deanna Hannah JU 'twill N Lynn Barker Brenda Branen Kim Branson Sue Brooker Scott Bulling Gary Cunningham Mike Dickenson Kevin Donaldson Kathy Edgar Mitchell Edmondson Shelia Frey NW C l. m Va? 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A J in 2 1 S. if Terri Hunnicutt Joe Jeffrey John Jerome Jean Killebrew Floyd Keith Delores Marion Brett Martin Karen Mason Kathy Mason Rhonda McNeill Tom Nealis Jay Pfeiffer Dale Schoepflin Cecil Shields Crystal Simpson Cindy Shipman Brenda Tyler Dennis Uhrig Damon Yost Geroge Zimmer Patty Cook Carl Cunningham Lorain Day Marie Decker Sandina Decker Teresa Donaldson Dolly Edmondson Edwina Fishburn Pat Gorrell Dora Graham Kelly I-Iopfer Danny Keith Jed Kenaston David Knott David Kolb Tim McNeil AP ,,......, N we ff' No.4 N KX' Q fx - Ka ,Q-... tif' 282 2720 Guthrie, Oklahoma The Frlendllest Store In Town Jim and sue smith 117 yv, Harrison Joe Segura really worked hard ln the shop class Here he sands his bookshelf by hand making sure lt IS smooth and ready to flmsh After lt IS sanded evenly he will stain lt with his choice of wood stain and then varnlsh lt After the shop class learned how to bulld things from scratch, they reflnlshed old furniture We certainly have some skillful sophomores' v'q""""'ll!' There was always something to do ln fourth hour shop class Here Tim McNe1l stops for a moment to change sandpaper on the sander so he can contmue sanding out the rough spots on his project The shop class made their proJects straight from scratch The wood had to be planed ripped glued together and filled with plastic wood before they cut the shapes they wanted was-'ii ' 'Q . 0 0 Q I I s . . . . . . . . . ' - s , . . . . I ' Q u 1 l , . . . Q Q . . as , M ...........t .,., M... . , I ' 1 p . .- - I ,, X' ,K , .4 . . , , U . . . . . . . ,Qty 1 . 1 n 1 . ' . . . . Tom McNeil iv' fi Lisa Redford Debbie Roberts John Robinson 3. ww- fi Joe Segura Scott Schoepflin s Teresa Shrum David Thomason xx S OPH 0 ORES Shelby Bay Andy Bowden Scott Dickenson Reda Endevoets Slade Graves Brian Hafner Bruce Haven Dean Hopkins Sharrie Jerome Troy Klingaman Derek Mason Marsha McAnally Ladies Wear and Accessories Come In and Browse 111 E Okla Guthrie, Okla A Z' "I owe Z 4 Aliene Anderson - Owner D nf ti' ,s hir'-R'3x Slade Graves Andy Bowden and Brian Hafner crack open' the books ln math except this year lt,S not Just general math lt s Algebra I It's a little harder than last year but we know ya ll got lt okay CW, 'gl TS? QL f v 9 sa A- it klf ,232 B . , - W C... K , f fwne, 1 -2 'Z E , 4 4 if V -I ML C .,, ' W ' ' ' My A Gayelea Orr Trina Redford Lisa Richards Lisa Segura Mark Shields Darin Snow Steven Terrel Donna Wooten Home Ec. can be a really fun class. We get to sew, learn about nutrition, and cook. This year we got a new microwave oven so we are also learning how to cook with a microwave. Here Trina Redford and Donna Wooten prepare themselves a really balanced meal ....., SANDWICHESH!! FU.lElUE3U3'llUI5B UNI Johnny Betchan Amy Branen Michael Fitzpatrick Pam Henke Shelly Jones Billy Keith Donnie Kirby Daniel Knott l, nnmnnm. SER VICE Phone 455-3551 FULLY INSURED ORLANDO OKLAHOMA Specializing IN OIL FIELD MOTOR MAINTENANCE Headquarters and Shop at Orlando, Oklahoma Equipped with Commercial Radio BRANEN'S MOTOR K3 EIGHTH GRADE The gifts received made the eighth grade Christmas party really exciting this year, with many of the boys getting dart guns KThey quickly opened fire on the girls anything from stuffed animals to coat hooks In the pictures we see Lavonna Wade and Amy Branen enjoying their gifts and Johhny Betchan and Daniel Knott taking a look at all the goodies that were served at the party J and each otherJ and the girls getting i D - fi 11- 4 : -I' .1 ., lt if : 1 X ,, R I V . .3 ' L, s:1:SZ1.,: X QE: l . , f , Samuel Kolb Jacquie Meyer Steve Ritter Gina Schmiedbauer Shelly Shrum J .D. Spaulding David Tayler Lavonna Wade Michael Weinkauf Daniel Zimmer Ricky Andrews Teena Cook Thomas Daffern Greg Duncan Billy Edwards Sally Estus Mike Fillmore Julie Fitzpatrick 1 5 1 -4. 1 ' 2 Q Wendi Harris Jeff Haven Brian Hopkins 5 an 3 A L MZIKKM4 VS KZ! 101 East Oklahoma Guthrie, Oklahoma 282-3500 1098 Senior Citizens Discount John Krlttenbrink R PH. x f ' ,L ' U! sf , :qw-1. wwf.. Billy Edwards and Mike Fillmore helped carry chalrs to the gym for a basketball game -4.4 ik Wt' Julie Fitzpatrick Wendl Harris and Kelli Shafer found it hard to choose their teammates for a math bee in math class. 'U' qryi SEWEINITWIHI GRADE ,X-i f X A Patrick Jerome Gina Koch Greg Koch Kim Poston Evan Redford Mark Richards Donnie Ritter Tonya Rothermel Kelli Shafer Guy Zimmer Donald Ray and Mrs Danlels enjoy a good meal while talking wlth each other at the junlor senlor prom Karl Klmgaman IS preparing to throw that lucky shot which wlll win him a prize at a booth during the Mulhall- Orlando fau- v-J 5-- OTHER STEP NEW AD The members of the Board of A Education are: fleft to rightl Harold Richards, Donald Bay, Frances Johnson, Leona Harrell, and Karl Klingaman. - A is-1" A W 2 'X-3 l 3 X C ' 'm if l 'P v4 br, t 'mf Q, f- H 3 X. f"ee-sr,m- ' f Shirley Jones, School Secretary and Treasurer BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr. Snow and Mr. Harris direct the school buses. ,il Yu f 1,-1-1: f l, ,I ,- tt , 1 51" ' '? ffl E " 'l3,5,'7t, 1 ff JS. S ,3 H f Win nil V' 4 3 ? Y. ROY SNOW S UPERIN TENDEN T asf-- ' fn, 'E I - at ez, , 'Q 1 ..1,-1-'1'-' fi -'X-.Q-s..., , f 1' ii, o 4-H 'ft A R 'RQ 1980-81 was a progressive school year for the Mulhall-0r- lando school system. The English, history, and grade school band rooms were remodeled. Mowing grass is a lot easier since the school now has a new tractor. Now Marty can get the job done a lot faster. - M f This fall the school installed a new gas tank near the high school. Since the tank is closer, it's easier to gas the buses. Mr. Harris leans proudly by the new drivers' education car. This year the school bought the car instead of leasing it. Ai .....- ' -' ' J .0 ag .YW ,qw l ., WMF we , ... xg f -.,Y.u,u,,- jr -.Jr ' FIRST RATE FACULTY USES TOOLS OF THE TRADE Fei' 5314417 '1 V ,g,- , K gy-Qrirftjw-X I 'iffgfnl A ff K .- .4-.N Charese Nelson, Home Econmics Gary Johnson High School Coac and Social Studies Brenda Prouty Band f . ff - iz .4 Gary Larman Vo. Ag. .?,"Z R. .F-""' H A Jana Seitsinger, E.M.H. R1 ' . ar- 'EWS JL I sf N' s mi 1 ---u--1.--,. -,As GAR Y JOHNSON STACEY HARRIS Asslstant Hlgh School Prlnclpal P1-lnclpal , iii' J Mlmi Shelton, Science EW X 'xy Y all Wi, i , --,S 'S-ix A! W! R .Q X.-it wi l l J- V ffg slr" Y Y! . A is f - 'si , , , " N., ' Q Loran Toepfer Mathematics Gladys White Business Anne Villines Jr. High English Reading Deneen Dunlap High School English TOP TEACHERS SHOW YOU HOW HHH N as is-of a 'Gigi Paula DRUGS .," .., Carol Wh1te, Fourth Grade Mary Spauldmg Tlnrd Grade Dorothy Resneder Kindergarten 9 Joe Bob Nelson Grade School Coach Junior High Coach Industrial Arts Norma Danlels Fif h 1- 1 Rhonda Adkisson ,. Michael Aldrich Marri Barber Brett Bowden John Brewer Kristy Burgess Todd Cook Jaylene Day Kelli Downs Joey Fishburn u , I -.rw .rvfv F -J Mrs Yost gave each student ln the sixth grade i a plastic bag with a bean ln a wet cotton ball mslde The beans germinated and students mea sured them each day and graphed their growth Todd Cook and Sharon Flasch are excited about begmnlng this science project NN as G E hd .L is-.ww f-wat .qtv . m B at Q' ff M','N,,fs 'A' u, . . . 0 , - WY ,W 4 ln time at year s high A l 4-O Us C s 'QM -A l ,vt I . M , 8 . , W V' X Lingerfelt JBWCIIIY 85 T V1 215 E. Okla. 282-4364 Guthrie, Okla. 73044 Sharon Flasch Troy Golay Valerie Hafner Michelle Henke Darin Howard Shawna Kirby Sarai Kolb Sarah McBlair Stephanie Sylvester Stacey Wise Nadine Zimmer t i Deciding what you want to do when you grow up is a hard decision. Julie McPeek counsels with people to help them make decisions about their future She answers any questions that they may have about possible careers or other important things. In the picture with her is Roy McNeill. 'Q- I Us G'--'9 6 In science, the fifth graders learned all about animals. Using the overhead proJecter helps them see and learn all about the animals they are studying. Eddie Betchan, Rodney Silvers, Janet Weinkauf, and Daryl Snow, along with the other fifth graders, are using it to study birds and their claws McWcker Stationery Company, Inc. Phone 282 2775 110 East Oklahoma Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044 405 CFUQ its is' tr? 7 C""'Y ..f-"' ff-9' 'VI 1" lb" Ulm, X i S' . ii af Eddie Betchan Steven Dixon Kim Downs Julie Dudek Sheila Edmondson Shane Estus Holly Fitzpatrick Casey Gorrell Mark Hood Christopher Hopfer Mike Hopkins Sean Keith Rebecca Knopfel Genelle Koch Lance Leach Roy McNeill Bobby Priess Yvonne Ritter Jeff Roberts Denise Rothermel Edward Scheihing Rodney Silvers Daryl Snow Geri Terry Janet Weinkauf Kevin Andrews Christine Anthis Ricky Brewer Stephanie Bussard Frank Cunningham Joe Day Brian Duncan Trey Fillmore Stacey Sylvester, Dennis Knott, and Shelley Schmiedbauer receive their report cards from Mrs. White. From the looks of things it seems they made pretty good grades. In math they studied the marvels of multiplication - with two and three digits - before going into division. The fourth grade also studied a drug abuse booklet. They had to learn a poem on drug abuse and present it to another class. This was fun They also studied bicycle safety. Each one of them made a poster about a certain caption. The posters which made a filmstrip of them. The class used the filmstrip to put on a show called The Safest Show on Earth. 7 . 4 J 'Q were sent to a company H as AX 5-emi 1' fri IQ .rl 5 my n nlf3',,'ff 3 o n nr ,I 0 U Q 'lt n- Hl'A.-Inf, arf' 'O' F MJW H4iH f 4 i 1 I w X xx 'P' fvk Guthrie, Ok had -a sa. TERR Y'S CAB n L .., 3 I 5 K 109 N. Wentz 282-1970 Stacy Golay Rochelle Henke Kyla Huff Dennis Knott Angela Koch Aaron Kolb Larry Krohn Shawn McAnally James McKee Shelley Schmiedbauer Dorthea Sears Tina Segura Stacey Sylvester Steven Tyler Connelly Made Lori Wise Johnnie Mae Bernay Rosetta Bircket Angel Brewer William Burgess Dennis Bussard Donnie Clements Paul Fagan Susie Fishburn N NNXK ,v uf l"'r-M we 'fir' THIRD GRADE MAR Y'S FLOWER SHOP GREENHO USE 282 3717 1V1 miles S. on Highway 77 "We Give Green Stamps" Guthrie, Oklahoma lvl e X er Y' '. 'X' Every third grader needs a time to sit down and take a break during his active daily schedule. What better thing is there to do but read! In Mrs. Spaulding's class some of her students have kept to a "reading contract" agreeing to read for 15 minutes a night. Rosetta Bircket, Dennis Bussard, Johnathan Haggard, Christy Prince, Susie Fishburn, Charlotte Jones, Angel Brewer, Johnnie Mae Bernay, Roland Taylor, Jill Hopfer, Amy Leach, Donnie Clements, and Paul Fagan pick out books to read that evening at home. f It ... "U . . ,JA ,:..-- at - X Johnathan Haggard Mary Ann Haven Jill Hopfer Charlotte Jones Amy Leach Christy Prince Roland Taylor Clancy Thomas Larry Zimmer Bti sard, and Roland skills by practicing Brian Clements Christy Cyphers Machel Bode Justin Day MN fqxia Jason Driskel Scott Dudek Q.. Matthew Kimbrough 'T-'f"" Kimberly Kirby Donald Knott Geoffrey Koch Brian Krohn Scott Merrill ewt s Dlscount Pharmacy 282-2595 Friendly Pharmacy 102 N Broad Newt Cornwell R Ph Guthrie, Oklahoma David Downing R Ph Reliable Prescriptions at Discount Prices f Q-Q. ?' W' if Machel Bode spends a few io- 47, 15 I P XX Suomi IF J .rw QI' 5 w'. Nate Nickels Rebekah Spaulding Carrie Schoepflin Kristin Schoepflin Hayley Schmiedbauer C. R. Scheihing Rusty Prince Michael Payne Sharla Padgett Michelle Ortega minutes each day ln the LAB with Mrs Jones Jason Drlskel Scott Merrill Carrie Schoepflin Scott Dudek, and Krlstm Schoepfhn are very happy when it comes to reading for Mrs. Torbeck to improve their reading skills. Notice their smiles? The second graders are always smiling and having a great time at school After January 19, the class got a new teacher. Her name is Mrs Dumler She and her husband have been in Mulhall a short time. They spent two years in Zambia, Africa. 3 45 Gabriel Bernay Jonene Bode Margaret Clark Phillip Fagan Bradley Harman Tammy Howerton Audrey Larman Steven Lewis FWXST KENNEMER SHOES GUTHRIE We care for your feet with quality footwear and perfect fit RAEE su iQ... Ain..- 1'T""'Y Phillip Fagan, Matthew Martin, Bradley Harman, and Gabriel Bez-nay are ready for recess. 1 t X 1 Clayton Schoepflin, Anthony Shrum, and Sandra Terry enjoy a quiet reading time. .f"'f Matthew Martin Chacity Merkey Sarah Pfeiffer Michelle Priess Clayton Schoepflin Shane Sears Anthony Shrum Sandra Terry PANTHER BOOSTERS THE PINCUSHION Guthrie, Oklahoma JOHN KELLOGG INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE, Guthrie FLASCH REALTORS 127 N. Division, Guthrie RED 81 WHITE FOOD STORE Guthrie, Oklahoma GARY CUNNINGHAM Mulhall, Oklahoma PERRY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Perry, Oklahoma DUCKWALL WHOLESALE CO. Stillwater, Oklahoma 47 'lv Dorothy Bode Jeri Bussard 2--X L Emily Driskel f-ff Hayden Fitzpatrick Renee Flasch Jennifer Jenkins Joanna Haggard Michelle Knight agi- KINDERGARTEN Jay Koch 'Q'-W CATALOG SALES AGENCY ln Guthrie, Oklahoma A Order the easy way! CALL 282-1892 iii and Kindergarten IS probably most re membered as a student's first year of school work, and lt IS a lot of fun too Timothy Taylor and Ryan Wiss play with the wooden tram durmg playtime Whlle playing ' house ln their mlnlature kitchen, Emily Drlskel and Hayden Fitzpatrick pa tlently walt for Jennifer Jenkins to pour their tea After playtime each person has the responsibility of plcklng up his own toys The kindergarten class squeezes many activities mto a half day at school such as learning the alphabet, learning how to spell words, or memorizing telephone numbers and addresses But one of the most lm portant things ln the life of a km dergartener IS making new friends and having fun with them during playtime mel' SEN, C f "al w In -all Bo Martin Kay Meyer Helman Ortega Jennifer Shook YQ! Mark Silvers Timothy Taylor Ryan Wiss Brandon Thomason 1:- Kelly Hopfer leads the M-0 Roundup Club in the Perry parade. ,.., , , Z' Q , 5 i Kevin Donaldson and student coach Tom Wilsie compare techniques of shooting the ball during gym. ...,..-A- Ei? K I'-QI I . 'pmol , if 1 1 e--4 K 4 H if G' as , , f 4. t -1 ,, ' 4 ' 8 1 8 H . rs 'X 1- The Mulhall-Orlando 10-and-under baseball team had a record of 12-5. They also won the Class B state tournament. In order to win the title, they had to win five straight games in the tour nament. Each player received an individual trophy and as a team they got a large trophy, which is in the grade school trophy case. Members of the state champion team are: ffront row! Micah Kolb, left field, Johnathan Haggard, right fieldg Bobby Priess, center field, Ricky Cook, left field, Dennis Knott, right field, and Shane Estus, third base, fback row! Dave Krohn, coach, Mark Hood, second baseg Jeff Roberts, first baseg Rodney Silvers, shortstop: Larry Krohn, catcherg Lance Leach, pitcher, and Calvin Leach, Coach. 50 ,J Shirley Jerome helps Greg Koch and Brett Bowden in the fair barn kitchen during the M-0 fair. The kitchen has been remodeled by the community mothers this year, and it looks really great! This year's Christmas program theme was "We Wish You a Merry Christmas." Here Miss Prouty directs the first grade singers as they sing "Bein' Good." rf-ll 4 A I xxx. TRACY KLINGAMAN DAMON YOST JEAN KILLEBREW PAUL RICHARDS MIKE FREY KENDA KLINGAMAN MIKKI LEACH JOHN THOMASON Spirit played an important part in the pep rallies this year, and everyone seemed to have a lot of spirit when it came to class competition, competing in skits, and dressing up during homecoming week. Here are just a few of the many things that went on during pep rallies and at homecoming. The teams made their lines as they awaited the crowning of the queen. Our 1980-81 M-0 cheerleaders and mascots were: Desiree Bowden, Gayelea Orr, Gina Schmiedbauer, Kathy Edgar, Shelly Jones, Kenda Klingaman, and Deanna Hannah. The sophomores showed us their spirit as Scott Schoepflin played Marty and Pat Gorrell played a cook while participating in one of the skits during a pep rally. Sharrie Jerome showed her class spirit as she worked to win first place in the balloon race. It's pie time, and this year's winners were the juniors. The honors of putting the pies in Mrs. Nelson's and Mrs. Shelton's faces were done by Shelia Frey and Kathy Edgar. Sleeping beauties? Hardly, but this was part of a skit where the starters on the boys basketball team wore the sleepwear of the girls basketball team. Mrs. Shelton played an important role in helping out the cheerleaders this year, whether it was ordering new pompons, selling pins, or helping with homecoming. N., , :zum - 4 .sew 'swim WFi5i'mi'M-ffiivigfwgitfi .' -fs. A AR PIRIT I . ,.. . 1,11 P Y ...X -..U una.. 1 , gl gf, 4' U -t -we 1 . 4 N, -- rs. H 1 n-.. 5 NX"-"-:Z A X is At- ' d M I .. ' 1, it 3 4 Q , fs i ag ,. A -'S ' fa fffw M-WWW M-0 , M M-Q Mi M-0 M-0 M-0 Mvp M-0 M101 he To ia 7 6445 7 ,gg 7' ,r:tt5i2Ef'a?a'i MQIQ5 .1 KY I' A 5' Y p1::,s fi, f V cf? I gif' A if ' L JR. HIGH BASEBALL ff r:l,, J ,, if M Members of the junior high baseball team are from left to right: ftop rowl Mark Richards 7, Pat Jerome 0, Michael Fitzpatrick 9, David Tyler 35, Greg Duncan 19, Greg Koch 3, and Coach Nelson. fhottom rowl Michael Weinkauf 76, Daniel Knott 2, Samuel Kolb 6, Mike Fillmore 1, Billy Keith 17, and Donnie Kirby 8. Samuel Kolb gets a clean base hit against Carney. Derek Mason fires another strike across the plate. Slade Graves and Derek Mason hustle in for their turn at bat after a quick three outs. . QMEQQMENG 71 ,AO BASKETBALL QUEEN KING KAREN MASON MIKKI LEACH Bask tball Attendants: T esa Donaldson, Sophomore . F y . Q Jean Killebrew, Junior Marsha McAnally, f yK A cl y Larman, B nner Bearer Chasity Shafer, Fl wer Girl 'PX Shelia Frey Senior Attendant Paul Richards, Escort Teresa Donaldson Sophomore Attendant Scott Bulling, Escort .V V: . wt ' it Jean Killebrew Junior Attendant Kevin Donaldson, Escort Marsha McAnally Freshman Attendant Derek Mason, Escort "THE YEAR OF THE PANTHER" 0'0 This was our 1980-81 homecoming theme. The colors were black and gold. All three of the basketball teams were victors over Ripley in the homecoming games. The B boys won 51-33. The girls team defeated their opponent 47-38, and the boys A game ended with a final score of 77-38. Cv Members of the Jr. High boys team are: ffront rowl Donnie Kirby 25, Mike Fillmore 21, Mark Richards 23, Greg Koch 12, Patrick Jerome 11, Johnny Betchan 22, Cback rowl Mike Weinkauf tmanagerl, Billy Mike Edwards 14, Billy Keith 24, Michael Fitzpatrick 52, Dan Zimmer 20, David Tyler 45, Greg Duncan 00, and Coach Joe Nelson. Members of the Jr. High girls team are: ffront rowj Gina Koch 10, Teena Cook 40, Julie Fitzpatrick 15, and Wendi Harris 30, fback row! Jacquie Meyer 12, Shelly Shrum 23, Sally Estus 31, Tonya Rothermel 13, Amy Branen 24, Coach Joe Nelson, Pam Henke 25, Shelly Jones 22, Lavonna Wade 41, Kelli Shafer 20, and Gina Schmiedbauer 21. At the top left, Shelly Shrum tires to hit an important free throw while James Pfeiffer Crefereel watches closely. At the top right, Dan Zimmer jumps high to tip the ball to a fellow ball player. At the bottom right, Pam Henke tries her best to get the ball. PRAC TIC MAKES PERF CT 4 xy' Members of the grade school girls team are: ffirst rowl Holly Fitzpatrick, Rebecca Knopfel, Stephanie Sylvester, Valerie Hafner, Marri Barber, Jaylene Day, Kim Downs, and Shawna Kirby, Csecond rowl Daryl Snow, Nadine Zimmer, Geri Terry, Dolly McBlair, Denise Rothermel, Janet Weinkauf, Yvonne Ritter, and Julie Dudek tthird rowl Coach Joe Nelson, Michelle Henke, Stacey Wise, Kristy Burgess, Kelli Downs, Sharon Flasch, Genelle Koch Rhonda Adkisson, and Sheila Edmondson. Members of the grade school boys team are: ffirst rowj Roy McNeill, Shane Estus, Brett Bowden, Troy Golay, Joey Fishburn, Eddie Scheihing, fsecond rowl Mark Hood, Eddie Betchan, Bobby Priess, Rodney Silvers, Jeff Roberts, Casey Gorrell, fthird IOWD Chris Hopfer, Lance Leach, Todd Cook, Darin Howard, Sean Keith, Mike Hopkins, and Coach Joe Nelson. At the top left, Sharon Flasch dribbles her way up the court. At the top right, Shane Estus reaches for the rebound. Above, Michelle Henke goes in for a lay-up. 7 '-" V H Wiliam' ' J , W N 'L ,, X, nik: .- I Q V 'i , y-.Y f 'Q if if S m as student 'lun' Coach sy 3 coach gurls Karen Mason points against J! iff! .N '1 5 gpux , 1 I 35 .125 .E I M-0 guards in actmn 4- I YI f . s s 4 v, 'zlljv , ff M '. X mf, tw. are 7vf'2T'7 X55 '. ' afl ' I Y iv Yr! gymlll 21, .L L 1 "S f 'sl I 4' as FUTURE BRIGHT FOR M.O.H.S. GIRLS M - 0 oPPoNENT 51 44 Red Rock 41 Coyle 42 44 Glencoe 28 40 Drummond 54 47 Ripley as 29 Dover 45 64 Crescent 73 50 Carney 49 45 O.C.S. 36 48 Cashion 31 40 Luther 77 49 Morrison 63 37 Ripley 45 47 Agra so 47 Cashion 44 47 Morrison 68 36 Red Rock 47 71 Glencoe 75 54 Coyle 69 49 Ripley 60 41 C-D 47 30 Dover 60 65 Crescent 70 39 Carney 41 41 Lahoma CDistJ 53 The Panterettes are a young team with a very bright future. As much experience as these girls have working together as a team, they should do great things next year. Members of the M.O.H.S. girls team are: Cleft ro right! Lorain Day 22, Donna Wooten 14, Trina Redford 42, Karen Mason 13, Teresa Donaldson 23, Jean Killebrew 11, Lisa Richards 40, Patty Cook 33, Sharrie Jerom 25, Marsha McAnally 10, Shelia Frey 24, and Shelby Bay 15 fin backl Coach Gary Johnson DISTRICT CHAMPS! M-0 OPPONENT 67 Red Rock 44 63 Coyle 92 71 Glencoe 48 45 Drummond 43 77 Ripley 38 46 Dover 57 69 Crescent 73 75 Carney 55 84 0.C.S. 61 74 Red Rock 50 70 Cashion 59 56 Morrison 41 56 Ripley 32 86 Red Rock 54 58 Coyle 88 77 Morrison 59 76 Red Rock 48 70 Glencoe 58 53 Coyle 94 62 Ripley 31 65 C-D 44 43 Dover 60 53 Crescent 59 71 Carney 65 53 Dover 47 69 Lahoma 53 ' 1 'X 'I 1 47 Panther trophies Tracy Klingaman surprises Ripley with a blocked shot during homecoming 1 A " if f L Q Z I V x V geugiptylff 5 if I A Q 7 5 H ' ':'Qf'A: , 7 'eww fly ,, 'V , , ,, ,, up ff in .K , 1 4 'vi 4 ev 4m. 4 ,l , C .Q n"'f2," its Ffh ' 4 K 1 ,4 Y af.. 4, , p , '?:f"F.c':"f? 1 'F '.f'3fi? 7 8 5 - 24:54:57 f -1 l xg fl' ft-we ' .-4. " 4. an " if 1 v , ff 2 M MEZZ? Eh o The Panthers proved to be real champions this year by beating out Dover and Lahoma in district play and capturing "the wagon." In the regional tournament they played against Lomega, Kremlin, and Helena- Goltry to take the consolation crown, thus advancing into the area tournament where they played Graham. Congratulations to Coach Johnson and the team for doing such a great job this year. Mikki brings the ball down. OKLAHOMA CITY CUPIJD - C The Intemational Board of Coaches top-rated 0 Oklahoma school boys C basketball teams, with season f records: i Class B ' e a.Mu1hauof1andoc-J 20-6 y N Coach gives last minute advice during game against Ripley. John's magic touch puts 'em in. Members of the Panther team are: ffrontl Coach Gary Johnson Cin line from left to rightj Derek Mason 14, Kevin Donaldson 12, Troy Klingaman 25, Jay Pfeiffer 15, Damon Yost 32, John Jerome 23, Mike Frey 24, Tracy Klingaman 40, Scott Bulling 21, Mike Gorrell 52, Jerry Kothe 11, Paul Richards 20, Bob Henke 22, Scott Dickenson 33, Mikki Leach 10, and Darin Snow, manager. Lisa Richards and Shelia Frey grew tired but continued to rock during the FHA rock a thon FHA installation came ln September, and twelve new members were installed. Meetings played an important part whent it came to planning activities for FHA, which included a daddy date night, a mothers' salad supper, a cookbook sale, a rock-a-thon, district and state rallies, caroling, a banquet, and a grandmothers' tea. M-0 FHA MAKES THI GS HAPPEN Front row, left to right: Lisa Redford, Patty Cook, Lorain Day, Jean Killebrew, Shelby Bay, Marsha McAnally, Sharrie Jerome, Second row: Marie Decker, Donna Wooten, Lisa Richards, Gayelea Orr, Trina Redford, Lisa Segura. Third row: Deanna Hannah, treasurer, Kathy Edgar, reporter- historian, Kenda Klingaman, president. Back row: Dolly Edmondson, songleaderg Edwina Fishburn, devotional leader, Janel Wissg Shelia Frey, vice- president, Mrs. Charese Nelson, adviserg Desiree Bowden, secretary, Cindy Shipman, Terri Hunnicutt, Sue Brooker. Q. 1 A . 5 S " N QQ flf '75 ? ffl f 11 .- W F' 4, , P" Aj? ' ,. if xv, ,Q l V, to , 1, fix 1 ,1 ,531 'S ,g,,,HQi5..w,,, ir 1. V 51, Q H., ,M ,Q , L Y .'??k Tv- ffl s 5- ' A V fam ff A4-1 , A aw, L1v,,"' ,vw w ' if ,pf , f, U.. '44 mp- M ,. qw, , :H 33,1 f 4- 2-w.gggf Mil2f'Z'A,, .-f"il , fi' 'ibn QQ, 7 v V 1, ,ku E ,9 ., sw" aw, f 1 Q wg., e ,gf V, ,Q e, 2,4 ' 'Kk' V ' , " , ., ,,!. , 2, Q. 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Pat Gorrell showing his pig at the Guthrie Fair ,ef .ffl FRONT ROW: Miek Gorrell, Reporter, Mike Frey, Treasurer, Tracy Klingaman, President, Shelia Frey, Sweetheart, Mikki Leach, Secretary, John Thomason, Vice President, Paul Richards, Sentinel. SECOND ROW: Lynn Barker, Mark Shields, Darin Snow, David Knott, Scott Schoepflin, Joe Segura, Jed Kenaston, Slade Graves. THIRD ROW: Kelly Ritter, Dale Schoepflin, John Jerome, Joe Jeffrey, Floyd Keith, Bob Henke, Kelly Hopfer, Troy Klingaman, Tom Nealis. FOURTH ROW: Carl Cunningham, Dean Hopkins, David Thomason, Pat Gorrell, Derek Mason, Kevin Donaldson, Danny Keith, Tim McNeil. FIFTH ROW: Gary Cunningham, Andy Bowden, Bruce Haven, Tom McNeil, and Steve Terrell. is WE' VE COME A LONG WAY 5th Grade Band, Front Row: Janet Weinkauf, Holly Fitzpatrick, Julie Dudek, Denise Rothermel, Kim Downs, Geri Terry. 2nd Row: Rodney Silvers, Miss Prouty, Genelle Koch, Mark Hood, Roy McNeill, Eddie Scheihing, Sean Keith, Daryl Snow, Bobby Priess. 6th Grade Band, Front Row: Shawna Kirby, Sarai Kolb, Stephanie Sylvester, Valerie Hafner. 2nd Row: Miss Prouty, Brett Bowden, Todd Cook, Sharon Flasch, Troy Golay, Darin Howard, Michelle Henke. Rhonda and Shelly play 1st and 2nd clarinet. and Julie into the music - x 1 ' nf The year book class definitely does not goof off fall that muchj. At the top, Kathy E., Shelia, Scott, Cindy, Mitchell, and Rhonda work hard to meet a yearbook deadline. On the left, Kathy M. and Jean try to decide where to place a picture on a page. Below, Karen takes a "shot" with the camera. Yearbook class, from left to right: Mrs. White, Kathy Mason, Jean Killebrew, Karen Mason, Scott Bulling, Shelia Frey, Kathy Edgar, Rhonda McNeill, Crystall Simpson, Mitchell Edmondson, and Cindy Shipman. lv' fan 4-I-I - that's the Key! It's the key to doing many things. Here are a few of our 4-H people doing their thing. Kyla Huff, Christy Cyphers, and Gina Koch pet a rabbit to wish it good luck on winning a ribbon. Scott Bulling showed his heifer at Tulsa this year and won Champion Heifer. it Aw 4 V0-TECH LEARNING SKILLS fb ' sa O Delores Marion, Lynn Barker, Jay Pfeiffer, Dennis Uhrig, and Sue Brooker demonstrate their skills at Indian-Meridan Vo-tech school. Students going to Vo-tech this year 2-' sg? 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'4 P., VVVVVVV VVVVVVVVVVVVV AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AQAQAQAog!AQAo!!AoAo!!AQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAoi!AQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQA9344 THE DOLESE COMPANY FARM BUREAU INSURANCE D KINDSCHI CWFE 431 4 43. 4 43. 431 431 431 '4 43. 431 431 0 431 9 431 fo: GORDAN '4 43: Agent Q04 Llfe 4:4 Health 0: Auto Good Home Cooked Food 431 '4 43. 431 431 9 431 431 31 43. 431 4 431 '4 431 '4 431 Homeowners Homemade Chill and Stew Farmowners Katherlne s Rolls Made Fresh Every Mormng Perry, Okla Orlando Oklahoma Offlce Home Phone 455 6340 336 4702 336 2634 JC Penney PERRIC OKLAHOMA GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA Juke Burkett, Manager Ted Beale, Manager P'OvO'Ov0vOv0'Qv0v6'O'OvOvO'OvOvOvbvbv0v6v0v0v0vOv6v0v0v6v0vOv6v6v0v0v0vOv9v0v0v VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV CRUSHED STONE - READY MIXED CONCRETE - CLASS A SAND PHONE: 282-2209 - H5 EAST GRANT R lc GUTHRIE PLANT MANAGER - MUTUAL MHSUNQ WX D A V COMPANY 1 I"" M 1 O ' 9 ' 7 C l u.AroN GARAGE 2 6 - 6 Orlando, OK HowAnD,s SHEEP RANCH 5: Mulhall, Oklahoma 2 Duron and Darrell Howard Lg' Q ' We Specialize in Club Lambs Darrell 649-2500 2 Duron 649-2471 A Continental Emsco Company an LTV company Sm One Dependable Source for all Oil Field Needs Post Office Box 587 Perry, Oklahoma 73077 DAN A L. SCHULZ 0105, 336-2258 Store Manager Residence C4051 336-5026 1408, S86 B577 mrsnnAnoNAL rouns or Psnnv 613 ELM EARLINE LEACH 3201 Sixth St eet PERRY OKLA. 73077 an Travel cansunam 7 Perry OK 73077 2 1 r z Compliments of Gene and Earline Leach , 'C I j,t,Y,t.:.v.v.v,v9v.v.vQv.v.v.v.v.v,v.v.v.v.v.v.v,v.v.v.v.v,v,v,v,v,v,v,v.v,v VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV o'o'o7o7o7o7o5o A o A Q A o A o A Q A o D 4 A o A o D o C o C oAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQAQA Thinking back, remembering the year, Parties and fun, Oh yes, we remember clear. Getting our first car, going to shows, Where does all the time go? No one knows! Going to dances, running wild, Wearing the clothes that were in style. Studying books, and working hard, Some happy, some sad, About their report card. Home by ten, asleep by eleven, Up in the morning for school at seven. Graduation comes at last, We reminisce about the past. Those memories we will always share Just think .,.... -Karen Mason Q 17611 0 Zara Ihme? O, N. 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