Mulhall Orlando High School - Panther Yearbook (Orlando, OK)
- Class of 1984
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1984 volume:
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THE 1984 YEARBDDN STAFF
Editor: Shelby Bay
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Assistant Editor: Donna Wooten
Business Manager: Lavonna Wade
Advisor: Mrs. White
Mulhall and Orlando, Oklahoma
PRESENTS THE PANTHER '84
MIILHALL-0RLANDO STUDENT BODY
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A Graduates from the Senior Class of 1983! fDo1ly Edmondson, Edwina
Fishburn and Mrs. Raupeh
Y CDonna Wootenb "Iam Out!"
V QGe-off Pevetoj Decisions, decisions . . .
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I No-o-o problem! QSlade Graves and Sean Keithj
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Wow! Look at that pitcher! QGayelea Orr, Sharon Flasch, Michelle
Henke, Stephanie Sylvesterl
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A Sarah Pfeiffer sits on top of the world during
A Anya McAnally "jams out" during the M-O
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A The Outdoor Workshop is one special activity that sixth graders at M-O really look for-
ward to. Above the class gives their undivided attention.
A Mrs. White's hotwheelers are eager to see who'll be the leader ofthe pack during Bicy-
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A "Look at all those people." April Peveto giving her salutatory address
during the sixth grade graduation,
A "Only three more problems and then
recess!" Colby Wiss and jeff Day
A "War games anyone?" Jeri Bussard, computer whiz at M-O
A "Hands up!" Mr, I-lambick teaches the second graders how to
enjoy music from head to toe,
A "So these are the Himalayas," say Renae Taylor, Rosetta Bircket and Susie Fishburn.
A "Mrs. Kindschi, I just don't understand!" Karla Chance and third grade
teacher Kelli Kindschi
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V Nikki Wilson: Advancing her knowledge of the
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this year, helped the sixth graders make a relief map. "I know that's an
inch," says Angel Brewer to Ionathon Haggard, Christy Prince, and
Ronald Taylor: "Clit along, little piggy,"
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In February, 1983, each first grader in-
vited a "VIP" to visit our class for a presen-
tation of poems, speeches on important
people from history, songs, and
demonstrations of the skills we had
gained. The room was filled with joyful
hearts. Left to right in the front row are
Ieff Oldenburg, Alline Pfeiffer, Robert
Vinson, Io Watters, Anthony Redman,
Danny Hopkins and guest, Mark Silvers,
Rayna Reece, Irish Fitzpatrick and grand-
father, Tina Davis and guest, Scott Burke,
Celine Leach, and Mrs. Andrews.
Y Ienny Van Vranken and Gina Koch:
"Well, I'm trying to set it up."
4 Shawn McAnally, Shelley
Schmiedbauer, Angela Koch, Rochelle
I-Ienke, and Ricky Brewer were the
winners of a mask contest. And it wasn't
A Christy Cyphers: "Now which key was that?"
Roy Snow, Sponsor Larry Nicholas, Sponsor
Troy Don Klingaman, President Lesa Ann Richards, Secretary
Brian Hafner, Vice President Sharrie Raye Jerome, Reporter
P Troy Klingaman was the toastmaster for the
V Lorain Day and Scott Schoepflin read the class
A Here we catch a glimpse of the head table chowing down. Gayelea Orr, Shelby Bay, Brian Hafner
Lesa Richards, and Troy Klingaman.
6 NIGHT T0 REMEMBER!
On April 23, 1983, 7:30 p.m., the Iunior-Senior class members met
at the Sheraton Inn for . the 1983 Ir. and Sr. Banquet and Prom. The
theme was "Are the Good Times Really Over for Good!" Shown here
are a few faces from the prom: Donna Wooten, Darin Snow, Mr.
Snow fsponsorj, Troy Klingaman, Lesa Richards, Wesley Hunt, Mar-
sha Robinson, and Mr. Nicholas Qsponsorj.
A The Senior class prophecy was read by Shelby Bay
and Lesa Richards.
P Wesley Hunt and Brian Hafner looked really sharp - tsirr
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Speech Club was established for students interested in
speech tournaments and one-act play contests. This year club
members participated in tournaments at Okeene, Langston,
and Pawnee and gained much in experience and enjoyment.
Members ofthe M-O Speech Club are: Q11 Front Row: Lavonna
Wade, Sharrie Ierome, Tonya Rothermel, Sharon Flasch.
Second Row: Kelli Downs, Todd Cook, Greg Duncan, Mike
Fillmore, julie Fitzpatrick, Kelli Shafer, Coach Mrs. Raupe.
Back Row: Nadine Zimmer, Stacey Wise, Sarai Kolb, Kyla Huff,
April Peveto, Chress Watters. C23 Tonya R. perfects her
Dramatic Interpretation before the next contest. 133 April P.,
Kelli D., and Sharon F. demonstrate "molding," a speech exer-
cise that is used to help students loosen up and use their im-
agination. Q45 Chress W. and Stacey W. really enjoyed perform-
ing their Humorous Duet. C57 Kelli S. worked up a very mov-
ing Oratory on Iohn F. Kennedy. Here she practices some ef-
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Top Left: Andy Bowden and Troy Klingaman help in prepar-
ing the oysters at the oyster fry. Top Right: Mr. Larman gives a
smirk while teaching the FFA members about their record
books. Bottom Left: At the banquet, Pat Gorrell, the 1982-83
FFA president, smiles as he begins to hand a bouquet of
flowers to Sharrie Jerome, the 1983-84 sweetheart,
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Top Left: At the slave auction, Steve Ritter has a curious look as
he is waiting to see who he will be working for. Bottom: Com-
ing from a session at the state FFA convention in Kansas City
are our officers: Michael Weinkauf, reporter, Wesley Hunt, v.
president, Greg Duncan, treasurer, Shelly Jones, secretary,
Sharrie Jerome, sweetheart, Michael Fitzpatrick, sentinel, Troy
Top Right: Pictured here is the 1983-84 M-O FFA chapter.
Front Rowp Michael Weinkauf, Greg Duncan, Troy Klingaman,
Sharrie Jerome, Wesley Hunt, Shelly Jones, Michael Fitz-
patrick. Second Row: Samuel Kolb, Derek Mason, Darin Snow,
David Tyler, Brett Bowden, Mike Fillmore, Third Row: Andy
Bowden, Patrick Jerome, Greg Koch, Mark Richards, Troy
Golay, Ricky Andrews. Fourth Row: Steve Terrel, Doug Her-
rin, Dean Hopkins, Steve Ritter, Daniel Knott. Top Row: Slade
Graves, J. D. Spaulding, Bill Nelson, Darin Howard.
Top Left: The new officers were installed on October 6 by Lesa
Richards, last year's FHA president. Top Right: All of the new
members are enjoying a skit which was performed by Gayelea
Orr, Lesa Richards, and Leticia Segura.
Bottom Left: New members Chress Watters, Dolly McBlair, Kell!!
Downs, Stacey Wise, Iaylene Day, Kristy Burgess, Sarai Kolb,
Nadine Zimmer, and Rhonda Adkisson were proud to receivk:
their membership awards because this meant that initiation weelc
was officially over. Bottom Right: A point system was kept by this
year's treasurer, Yvonne Hermann. This system will determine
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Top: At the monthly business meeting everyone listened and
was eager to get the year off to a good start. Bottom Left: Front
Row: K. Burgess, Historian, G. Orr, Vice-President, S. Bay,
President, L. Segura, Secretary, K. Downs, Reporter. Back Row:
R. Adkisson, L. Richards, S. Kolb, N. Zimmer, C. Watters, S.
Wise, D. McBlair, I. Day, and Mrs. Stoddart. Bottom Right: At
the 1983 FHA banquet Andy Bowden was named
outstanding beau. fMike Fillmore, Lavonna Wade,
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Four-H means the equal training of the head, heart, hands,
and health of every member. By learning to be efficient and
compassionate, thinking clearly and keeping our bodies
healthy we become better citizens for our club, community,
country and world. The M-O 4-H clubs participate in a variety
of activities which teach life skills, such as citizenship,
sportsmanship and leadership. Q13 Rebekah Spaulding and
Sharla Padgett used baby-food jars to make
an attractive craft at Mini-Roundup. Q23 janet Weinkauf, Laura
jones, Rochelle Henke, and Genelle Koch helped paint the
educational building at the county fairgrourids. Q35 The grade
school 4-H clubs have a total of 40 members. Q95 The junior
high and high school clubs have 90 members. 14, 5, 63 The
Farmers Olympics is a favorite with M-O 4-Hers. After racing
against time and other teams to roll round bales, carry water
and stack square bales, the M-O clubs brought
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home a second-place trophy from the junior division and a
first-place trophy in the senior division. C75 Getting animals
ready for the shows is a job that goes by quickly when
everyone helps. Students, 4-Hers without livestock, and even
mothers try to get in on the action. Q83 The Senior Citizens
learned more about the activities of our 4-H clubs when Iac-
quie Meyer presented a program at their monthly dinner. C105
Geoff Peveto and Darin Howard learned some good tips for the
next time they enter the showing. Cllj On one of Brian
Hafner's 4-I-I trips he met with Senator Don Nickels and
discussed the PIK program - how it can help and hurt the
farmer, 1121 Keeping his steer's head up, carrying a scotch
comb, and controlling the steer won Trey Fillmore the Beef
Showmanship award at the M-O Fair.
Top Left: Nothing can disturb Becky Vaughn while she's
working on the IBM Display Writer, not even the camera!
Top Right: Beverly Hunt looks very pleased with her
assignment in information processing. Bottom: Gina
Schmiedbauer keys in copy on the Lanier word processor,
and Iacquie Meyer eagerly waits for the printout.
Top Left: Samuel Kolb concentrates very hard in his diesel
mechanics class. Top Right: Michael Weinkauf and Iohnny
Betchan are at work in the electronics class. Bottom Right:
Michael Fitzpatrick is 'fixing' to work on one of the cars in auto
Front Row: Iacquie Meyer, Becky Vaughn, Pamela Henke, Gina
Schmiedbauer. Second Row: Derek Mason, Greg Koch, Steven
Terrel, David Tyler, Brian Hopkins, Third Row: Billy Keith,
Michael Weinkauf, Doug Herrin, Iohnny Betchan. Fourth
Row: Dean Hopkins, jack Nunley, Michael Fitzpatrick, Daniel
Knott, Samuel Kolb, Steven Ritter.
Behind the Scenes
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Top Left: Donna Wooten and Reda Endevoets print PANTHER Top Center: Darin Snow and Gayelea Orr finalize a yearbook
PAW PRINTS, M-O's monthly newspaper, with the new copy ad contract. Top Right: Lavonna Wade is busy putting her
machine. Bottom Left: Lesa Richards checks the manual to get design down on paper. Bottom Center: Marsha Robinson
new ideas. Bottom Left Center: The darkroom was well finishes for the day. Bottom Right: To get a good student-body
managed by Mrs. White. picture Shelby Bay climbed on top of the school.
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The 1983 Christmas concert was directed by
Paul Onspaugh and accompanied by Sharrie
Ierome. The title of the program was "There's a
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1. Kyla can't wait to get started selling M8cM's!!
2. An unusually exciting pep rally at M-O High.
3. "V-I-C-T-O-R-Y, that's the eighth grade battle
cry!" CLeft to Right, Eddie Betchan, Casey Gorrell,
Chris Hopfer, Jeff Roberts, and Shane Estusl.
4. Gayelea, Genelle and Pam discuss their cheer
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pose or the camera.
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1. "Let's get a little bit ROWDYV'
2. The 1983-84 Cheerleaders and
Mascots were: Holly Fitzpatrick
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Iacquie Meyer, Genelle Koch
and Kyla Huff.
3. "Stand up and give your battle
4. We'll all remember Pam's
KING AND QUEEN - DARIN SNOW AND LESA RICHARDS
On December 2,
1983, Lesa Richards was
crowned as basketball
queen and Darin Snow
was announced as king.
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are Flying High," was
carried out with
hellium balloons and
This year's banner
girl, flower girl, and
crown carrier were
Danni Green, Anya
McAnally, and Ryan
Queen Lesa and
attendants are all
Left to Right: Tonya
Rothermel, Shelby Bay,
Lesa Richards, Shelly
Iones, and Michelle
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Wendi Harris gets in position for the
V Shelly Shrum tries to tip the ball to one
of her teammates.
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Center: Coach R. Van Vranken. Front Row: I. Fitzpatrick, L. Wade, L. Richards, S. Bay, W. Harris, V.
Hafner, S. Flasch. Back Row: S. Sylvester, M. Henke, S. Shrum, K. Downs, A. Branen, T. Rothermel, K
Shafer, S. Jones, S. Jerome, G. Koch.
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4 Shelly Iones, Lavonna Wade, and
Lesa Richards played a tight defense
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and fight! CTonya Rothermelj
A Michelle Henke, Kelli Shafer, Iuli Fitzpatrick, Sharrie Jerome, Valerie Hafner, Shelly
Shrum, and Coach Ron Van Vranken watching the game from the sidelines.
A Pulling down the rebound, Shelly
jones starts up the court.
Darin Snow and
Scott Dickenson guard against Deer Creek of
Kneeling: Billy Edwards, Mike Fillmore, Patrick Jerome, Todd
Cook, Mark Richards, joey Fishburn, Geoff Peveto, Troy Golay.
Standing: Coach Ron Van Vranken, Darin Snow, Troy Klingaman,
Michael Fitzpatrick, Wesley Hunt, johnny Betchan, Scott
Dickenson, Doug Herrin, Greg Duncan, Derek Mason.
Another one "bites the dust" as Derek Mason puts up two.
A TUUGI-I ACT T0 FOLLOW
The Mulhall-Orlando boys
basketball team had a tough
season in 1983-84. However,
they did surprise a few teams
with their hustle and teamwork
We the team would like to
wish the upcoming players
the best of luck.
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V Michael Fitzpatrick adds
another fifteen-footer against
Glencoe at the M.O.H.S.
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TI-IEY'RE THE FUTURE STARS
GRADE SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL - Coach
Nicholas, Amy Leach 25, Susie Fishburn 32, Angel
Brewer 21, Christy Newbold 12, Dorthea Sears 30, jill
Hopfer 33, Renee Taylor 10, Shelly Vaughn 24, Iohn-
nie Rae Bernay 11, Sarah Watters 31, Sharla Padgett
20, Hayley Schmiedbauer 22, Christy Prince 15,
Rosetta Bircket 14.
GRADE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL - Donald
Knott 25, Iustin Day 00, Nate Nickels 20, Clancy
Thomas 14, Junior Burgess 30, Geoffrey Koch 12,
Iason Driskel 15, Scott Merrill 31, Michael Payne 11,
johnny DeHerrera 10, and Coach Nicholas.
1. Justin Day drives and shoots.
2. Clancy Thomas, "I think I'm in trouble.
3. jill Hopfer, Susie Fishburn, and Dorthea Sears: It's anybody's ball.
GIRLS JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL - Coach Nicholas,
Kim Vaughn 40, April Peveto 21, Genelle Koch 31, Daryl
Snow 24, julie Dudek 22, Geri Terry 30, Rochelle Henke
10, Denise Rothermel 23, Kim Downs 12, Angela Koch
41, janet Weinkauf 15, Coach's Aide: Lesa Richards 40,
Becky Knopfel 13, Holly Fitzpatrick 25, Stacy Sylvester
14, Kyla Huff 20.
BOYS IUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL - Coach Nicholas,
Shane Estus 20, Trey Fillmore 12, Rodney Silvers 25,
Larry Krohn 21, Lance Leach 00, jeff Roberts 20, Chris
Hopfer 52, Eddie Betchan 11, Brian Duncan 22, Connelly
V Lance Leach drives the lane and shoots the bucket.
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High School Softball: Front Row: Shelly Iones, Sharon
Flasch, Michelle Henke, Lavonna Wade, Sharrie Ierome,
Shelby Bay, Stephanie Sylvester, and Gina Koch. Back Row:
Coach Ron Van Vranken, Lesa Richards, Kelli Shafer, Shel-
ly Shrum, Iuli Fitzpatrick, Kelli Downs, Gayelea Orr, Tonya
Rothermel, and Wendi Harris.
Sharon Flasch and Kelli Downs show signs of defeat
jr. High Softball: Front Row: Stacey Sylvester, Becky
Knopfel, April Peveto, Gina Koch, Kim Vaughn, Holly Fitz-
patrick, and Kyla Huff. Back Row: Coach Larry Nicholas,
Shelly Johnson, Kim Downs, Daryl Snow, Denise
Rothermel, Rochelle Henke, Genelle Koch, janet Weinkauf,
and Lesa Richards, aid.
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HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL - Back
Row, Left to Right: Greg Duncan,
Brett Bowden, Billy Mike Edwards,
Michael Fitzpatrick, Scott
Dickenson, johnny Betchan, Mike
Fillmore, Coach Ron Van Vranken.
Front Row: Troy Golay, Mike
Aldridge, Slade Graves, Mark
Richards, Mike Weinkauf, Patrick
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IUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL - Back
Row, Left to Right: Coach Larry
Nicholas, Brian Duncan, Rodney
Silvers, Larry Krohn, Lance Leach,
Mark Hood, Chris Hopfer, Eddie
Betchan. Front Row: Connelly
Wade, Casey Gorrell, jeff Roberts,
Trey Fillmore, Stacey Golay.
Roy Snow, superintendent
M-O's No. 1 fans
Administrators Set the Pace
The administration at M-O makes a concerted effort to make changes that will make our
school better. Building changes in 1983-84 Were: the little gym was remodeled into a band
room, a classroom, and an AV room. The seventh graders have a classroom of their own
for the first time - the room off the northwest corner of the auditorium. Two Sharp SF-
825 copy machines were purchased for the teachers, a Franklin computer for the remedial
reading program at the grade school, and a letter-quality printer for the high school
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Grade School Principal High School Principal
As athletic director Mr. Harris was in charge
of M-O's Fifteenth Annual Invitational
Basketball Tournament, which was held the
first week of january. Coaches Van Vranken
and Nicholas worked with Mr. Harris to make
it one of the best. Mrs. Stoddart and the Home
Ec. girls prepared food for the hospitality
table, teachers worked at the gate, junior high
basketball players worked at the concession
stand, Mr. Toepfer and high school students
kept books, patrons kept the clock, typing
students made programs and tickets, and the
custodians put in many extra hours.
Patrick Ierome, April Peveto, Connelly Wade Mrs. Dunn
Patty Cook receives the Lions Club award from Karl Klingaman.
Frances Iohnson served seven
years on the Mulhall-Orlando
Board of Education.
V "Santa is my hero! How about yours?" Mrs.
Dawson wears the costume of her hero during
V Volunteer teacher's aide Kathy Day reports to
work early to give Mrs. Resneder help with her
YI Left: Larry Nicholas -
Ir. High Coach, Senior
Sponsor, Grade School
Right: Mr. Van
Angela Koch at times.
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ingway Steven Prince Becky
Vinson and Robert Vinson
make a chart story to build
Norma Daniels - Fifth Grade, Deborah
Dawson - Ir, High English, Reading, French
and Sophomore Sponsor, Cynthia Dunn -
Seventh Grade, Seventh Grade Sponsor, and
Eighth Grade Social Studies, Caroline Iones
- Grade School and High School LAB.
Susan Kimsey - Fourth Grade, Kelli
Kindschi - Third Grade, Gary Larman -
Vocational Agriculture, Agricultural
Mechanics, and FFA Advisor, Terri
Hemingway - Grade School and High
School EMI-I, Freshman Sponsor, and
jesse Ramsey - General Science, Biology,
Chemistry, and Freshman Sponsor, Ruth
Raupe - High School English, Library,
junior Sponsor, and Speech Club Sponsor,
Dorothy Resneder - Kindergarten and
Remedial Reading, Pat Snow - Second
'Mary Spaulding - First Grade, Harriet
Stoddart - Home Economics, FHA Advisor,
and Sophomore Sponsor, Loran Toepfer -
Math, Algebra, Computer Lab., Trigonometry
Geometry, and Eighth Grade Sponsor, Ron
Van Franken - High School Coach,
Oklahoma History, American History, and
Gladys White - Typing, Accounting,
Photography, and Yearbook and Newspaper
Advisor, Peggy Yost - Sixth Grade,
Paul Onspaugh - Grade School and
High School Band Director
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Every year the Mulhall Orlando
yearbook staff dedxcates the yearbook
to a spec1a1 person The 1984 yearbook
IS ded1cated to Gladys Wooten She has
been drrvrng a bus at M O for 13 years
and IS plannmg to cont1nue She 1S a
carmg and understandmg woman who
w1ll always be remembered at M O
mother of two but 1f you were to ask
she would reply The bus k1dS are all
l1ke my own She has started many
young people 1n kmdergarten and
watched them go through school
graduate marry and have k1ds of the1r
own She not only W111 be remembered
as our bus drlver but also our fr1end
long after her retirement. She is the
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Gerri Terry. Center Right: Greg Koch, I. D. Spaulding, and Mark Richards.
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Top Left: Roy McNeill, Kim Vaughn, and David Endevoets go
to Mr. Toepfer when they have a math problem, Top Left
Center: The Ag shop will never be the same after Bill Nelson
and Troy Golay are finished. Bottom Left Center: Mike
Hopkins, jeff Roberts, and Chris Hopfer cannot believe their
brains look like this model. Top Right Center: Mrs, Raupe
shows Veda Endevoets which assignment is due. Top Right:
It's not hard for Todd Cook and Joey Fishburn to find a library
bookg it's just hard for them to share. Bottom Right Center:
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Valentine's Day is very special to all people, but most of all
to the elementary school, When Valentine-'s Day arrives, the
students are eager to decorate their classes with hearts and
such. Then on Valentine's Day they have the ever-exciting
party. Another one of the unforgettable moments is the
Christmas program where kindergarten through the sixth
grade sing Christmas carols.
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Top Left: Anthony Shrum, a third grader, looks very pleased
with the rainbow of hearts. Bottom Left: Sam Wampler, a
fourth grader, shows how eager he is to read, Top Right:
Rebekah Spaulding and Christy Cyphers are decorating the
fifth grade room for Va1entine's Day. Center Right: Andy
Wampler and Deana Cyphers like a cheerful door. Bottom
Right: jamie Gallaway and Renee Flasch are making
decorations for the second grade.
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Top Left: Cindy Herrin works hard during office practice,
which she has fourth hour. This was Cindy's first year at
M,O.H.S. Top Right: Doug Herrin and Steve Terrell are
waiting on the bus to go to Vo-Tech. Doug is taking Air Condi-
tioning and Steve is enrolled in Auto-Mechanics II. Bottom
Right: During the Senior play, "The Groom Said No," Troy Kl-
ingaman, as Will Cameron, hands Lesa Richards, as Inez
Cameron, a glass of water and an aspirin. Little did Lesa know
but the glass contained a pickle and pickle juice. Bottom Right:
At the play, Donna Wooten, as Mary Alice Smith, sits quietly
in the chair after being told to "sit down and be quiet."
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Top: In French, Scott Dickenson models the beard that Mrs.
Dawson wore dressed as Santa during Homecoming week.
Scott, it's just not you. Bottom: During the play, Brian Hafner,
as Steve Camerin, and Lesa Richards, as his mother, try to
withhold their laughter while Sharrie Ierome, as Mrs.
Sorenson, talks about the up-coming wedding.
Top: Dean Hopkins is seen here in Mrs. Hemmingway's
classroom. Dean has class under Mrs. Hemmingway two hours
a day. Bottom: In this scene Shelby Bay, as Clara Curtis,
watches while Darin Snow, as Ed Smith, tells Brian Hafner, her
fiance, what a wonderful person she is. Brian, as Steve
Cameron, is trying to back out of the marriage.
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Meeting new friends.
Cherish your new friends,
But keep the old.
Your new friends are worth silver,
The old ones are worth gold.
A yearbook is a treasure,
All the memories locked inside.
Open the front cover,
You shall find,
All the memories that have been left behind.
Pictures of friends, teachers, even more
Incidents you thought you forgot,
Like the time the team had to settle the score,
Lessons that the teachers taught,
Ribbons and pennants that you bought.
The seniors will now be gone
And as the others move on.
The seniors of '84
Can't help but wonder
What lies beyond M-O's doors.
When you're on your own,
Feeling sort of alone.
just take down your yearbook,
VVhile you're remembering
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the year of
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