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

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NOW SHOWING ,,,k W- Viv earbook Staff Lavonna Wade, Editor V Shelly-Shrum A "Af n Veda Endevoers m f.. M fWenEI1Hams A . A .Gina'Koch A ' 'f Kellififa ' 1 'WW 5 r" . - ' Gladys A g, 'ilu - , 4' , ' Q I a , , , f ',' - W, Ziff, 'gy'- M, , VLH, ,, ,, V' , ,V 4,,,A, , ,,b, ,. "1'. V-, . A 2-4 KU "f,Iif:' 7. " ,V 'egfpff A ef ,f iw' ' 'wi v 5271: ,. "" 1-'M 1,-M 1, ff Aw 'H , :L .'+ f4:4nf".' " ' "Y ff' M W Q f f 9 GPEN IN G IGHT Marsha Robinson Valedictorian Class of '84 .JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET: Lesa Richards and Marsha Robinson are ready for a night on the town. They caused quite a stir when they walked in wearing tuxedos. CCenterJ "Somebody do somethingg we're being held at gunpointf' "The Good Guys Don't Always Win" was a western with a little comedy. The Cunningham gang had a reunion and decided to do one last bank job. The cast for this seventh grade play was Stephanie Bussard, Connelly Wade, joe Day, Frank Cunningham, Shawn McAnally, Larry Krohn, and Angela Koch. CBel0wj This play was a comedy about all the commercials on TV. The two kids were always fighting, giving their mother headaches. Characters were Rochelle Henke, Dewayne Taylor, April Peveto, Stacey Sylvester, Tim Roberts, Micah Kolb, and Shellyjohnson. "Look at that old lady! No wait! It's Stacey Sylvester in disguise." 2 PREVIEWS Mr. Toepfer hands out math awards to juli Fitzpatrick, Todd Cook, Genelle Koch and joey Fishburn. The M-O band is LOOKING GOOD for the Mulhall parade, even if the weather is a little wet. 'vnu ,A-,.. U, V. Mmgnry A , . 'W luv' 'Q A. Seventh graders Dennis Bussard, Amy Leach, Susie Fishbutn,-Johnnie Mae Bernay, Kristie Newbold, Renae Taylor, Alisha Moss, Staci Barker, and Rosetta Bircket say, "Hey, these new lockers are pretty cool, and we got them first." High school shop and ag. classes install new lockers. Good job, guys. PREVIEWS 5 I l S .J- ALL THE GRLD IS A STAGE . c. Tax " 7. . -S s, an r 'Z I""mQ E25 W ifi.. x 7 K '7 L., Wm .9 6' f x X . in 1 I I t 5 -Q. 9 l Popcorn! That delectable treat enjoyed by all at the movies. The popcorn for our movie was provided by the P.T.O. Every Friday, right after lunch, they sold popcorn at the grade school. What a success! The actors were in full swing in the spring of '84 Graduations and programs filled the last few months of the school year. No good actors are worth anything without their supporting cast, whether it be with song or watchful eye. g "Oh, wow, buttered popcorn," says Heather Beauchaw. ""'l"'? 4 PREVIEWS "Hurry up pleaseg the movie starts in 10 minutes." fChasity Shafer, jamie Gallaway and Elliot Evans The 1983-84 first grade presented a program for the P.T.O. 4 5 l, "deff, J 'S-'-RTE Q' KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION Sherrie ,lemme and Rodney Siivr-ia provided the music for with grade graduation - Sharrie on the piano and Rodney on the drums. F' T, 7... rv- V' . f! -e ,- Q .- ,J inf! 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XA Y . ,WX-,, A ,bfi ,X h AW. 1 " .b 'Y L 21045 , I' V www 3,1 I wg QQ-Q Q ' ' V 3521 1. "' ' 1 .U M 4 GOING UP? Melissa Graham surely did, and she's happy about it. The senior play seems to have captivated the minds of the fourth grade These are the great athletes at M-O who represented us at the Special Olympics. Front Row: Danny Hopkins, Becky Vinson,joanna Haggard. Back Row: Brian Hopkins and Ricky Andrews. M-O SCHOOL TRACK MEET: CAboveJ The fifth grade boys get ready to do the softball throw. fBelowj Tug-of-war, fifth grade girls against fifth grade boys. PREVIEWS 7 THE E FGRCERS Todd Harris, music major at SWSU, sings "Impossible Dream" at the 1984 graduation. OF EDUCATKHJ BOARD 8 ADMINISTRATION RS "By the power vested in me by the State Department of Education and the Mulhall-Orlando Board of Education I now pronounce you 1984 graduates of Mulhall-Orlando High School." ...,...:m-.,. , .1-I fIii5"'n2'-35: valuk. uhm 7 """" ::'5:',z:5QfI:'5.J",2':':Fuf:Z"'?1'!"9'F'.:3"f:.3'5-L":. 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Q gl , W, A,,.,,M,..W,,, W..- w miewgql EMA M, ... ,M W x ws' Mfnwwwr, MQTWX, W- Xf :wk Q, -M W Zdwmgxfx 'WI' M www A ,M.,Hpi?f Y V "1 rr ' ':""'f 'M X fu- we- Q " Sv hgh, -J'-izTqQ""S V-sf X eu.-'F : ,M i37?P2IfF Xi! A , mf, ANS: mv' vw 'M AQ, qi, Q ,4 if + ww. .,,, , f wax x AW :vw Jibyw P' VX 11 a .--X Sie Q ev When Death Do Us Part Cast of Characters Lady Victorian Pennington ..... Lavonna Wade Meredith, the Maid ......... Pam Henke Baxter, the Butler ....... D. Spaulding Colonel Willoughby ..... johnny Betchan jonathan Pennington . .Michael Fitzpatrick Emily Spencer Pennington . . Shelly Shrum Lord Pennington .......... David Tyler The Woman ............. Beverly Hunt Silvius Shylock . . . .... Mike Weinkauf Dr. Hawkins . . . ..... Shellyjones A Memory of Harold Cast of Characters Robert ............ Lisa........ Nina Murray .... First Girl .... Second Girl .... First Boy .... Third Girl ..... Harold Barnick . . . -an . . .johnny Betchan . . . . .Amy Branen Gina Schmiedbauer . . . . . . . . Beverly Hunt . . . . . . Shelly Shrum . . D. Spaulding .Pam Henke Michael Fitzpatrick .ai 12 jUNIOR PLAYS 5:5 lkf' -- t esser C Not My Cup of Tea Cast of Characters Emmie ...... . .......... Amy Branen jessica ..... Mother .... . . .jacquie Meyer . , . Becky Vaughn Mrs. Raupe, Director GPF THE TRIACI4 ln 'G I SENIOR PLAY 13 . 1, Q -um ,WAV ael Fnzpatrlck Samuel L, , A W L nv z be U ,mf Q..-4. wav ' 1 -' ,Q , wav -, ,,-I ,N ' ,V ' -NM' ' 's , f ,Q A W. M v 1,-Qi' ww X144 'Z' KM. ff' ' W E 1 Shelly i , lr A ' M' P- vi sc, 1 vp-0 'AW sl N., if ,YV Q x . ww ,MA ,. W Q 4. A 531 A Q -,A 227 5. -4 me -., , 'li . , an 'f fx, A A we-A ,f ' fx., " TWILIGHT ZONE Nw I V qw M.. Mr. Harris and Lorance "Do we have a winner?" - Shelly Shrum This show began at twilight and lasted until after midnight when all receipts had been counted and tallied by Mr. Lorance. Mr, Van Vranken, Mrs. Dawson and Seniors worked the longest hours since they had the concession stand and bingo. Mr. Harris as auctioneer helped them make this an exciting night. Other booths at the carnival were: Mrs. Stoddart, Mr. Nicholas and juniors: Cakewalk and dunking board. Mr. Toepfer, Mrs. Hemingway and Sophomores: make-a-face and pie throw. Mr. Ramsey, Mr. Onspaugh and Freshman: dart throw and ring toss. Mrs. White and Eighth Grade: football throw and sponge throw. Mrs. Dunn and Seventh Grade: baseball throw and nail drive. "Hey, get back over here! I'll get you back!" - Darin Howard Mg,-4 Je .va Coach Nicholas livens up the cakewalk just being his normal self, while Wendi Harris and Gina Koch work around the clock. 16 M-O FAIR "We protest, this is j and Kevin Andrews. Wise encourage sponge throwers J L X ust not fair say oe Shawn McAnally ,ff X fs-,,, v .fb . -f ,-I ,f -i ' Y Vex X Seventh and Eighth Graders make Christmas decorations. Roy McNeill on his way to science class On a snowy day. Heather Monroe has to think and work very carefully on this puzzle. -l Shelly Vaughn's favorite time of day. .,,-ff' AQ Veda Endevoets, Gina Koch and Wendi Harris assemble a computer table. y N junior Supper: "Hurry up, Kelli, we can't wait all day"! CKelli Shafer and Greg Duncanj Tonya Rothermel and Mrs. Stoddart are counting out bandannas to be sold by the class. IRENNEIYIER SHOES "The best in footwear for the family" Guthrie, Oklahoma 18 JUNIORS Workm for a L1v1n Now we have proof: Some of rhejunior guys actually did work in the concession stand! fBilly Edwards, Mark Richards, and Greg Kochj he just stepped our what I mean, Vern.J Ricky Andrews Tom Daffern Greg Duncan Bill Edwards Veda Endevoers Sally Estus Mike Fillmore Wendi Harris Brian Hopkins Pacrickjerome Gina Koch Greg Koch Shaun Moss Bill Nelson jack Nunley Mark Richards Tonya Rothermel Kelli Shafer of a Braum's .IUNIORS 19 :isis R3 Ac! , S x e Janis, e i 1 a s figs: sql 1 Sami Kolb, Kim Poston, Dolly McBlair, Nadine Zimmer, Stacey Wise, jaylene Day, and Rhonda Adkisson make puppets out of stockings and straw for the FHA banquet. Larry-lack looks tough for Hero Day during homecoming week. P V Todd Cook works on his project in woodshop. 20 SOPHOMORES For Complimentary Facial or Interview CQSMETICS Call: 14053 649-2476 cfwauga gfaacg Professional Beauty Consultant Ri. 2, Box 48 0 Mulhall, OK 73063 Sixteen Candles FHA installation of officers Rhonda Adkisson Mike Aldridge Brett Bowden Kristy Burgess Todd Cook jaylene Day Kelli Downs joey Fishburn Sharon Flasch Kurt Friend Troy Golay Valerie Hafner Michelle Henke Darin Howard Larryjack Dolly McBlair Geoff Peveto Kim Poston Stephanie Sylvester Chress Watters Stacey Wise Nadine Zimmer Susie Backus SOPHOMORES 21 Ain't Misbehavm Mark Hood waits patiently for Mr Toepfer to sign his greenhand and no doubt sighed with great relief as he received one more signature on it Broadway has nothing to fear from the Freshman FFA boys 22 FRESHMEN Eddie Betchan john Brewer Ricky Cook Steven Dixon Kimberly Downs julie Dudek Sheila Edmondson David Endevoets Shane Estus Casey Gorrell Steven Haggard Mark Hood Chris Hopfer Mike Hopkins Sean Keith Becky Knopfel Genelle Koch Lance Leach Roy McNeill Stephanie Newbold jeff Roberts Denise Rothermel Rhonda Reece Rodney Silvers Daryl Snow Tracie Srader Geri Terry Kim Vaughn janet Weinkauf "These kids are good"! Freshman sponsors, Mr. Onspaugh and Mr. Ramsey, look real excited about the M-O fair. They can see that Kim Downs and Becky Knopfel are keeping the dart board covered with balloons. Freshmen show their Halloween spirit as they grind their fingers to the bone in Typ- ing I. had r..g' , , Nr"'l .mg jim and Sue Smith 117 W. Harrington 282-2720 Guthrie, Oklahoma The Friendliest Store in Town FRESHMEN 23 Q f .nw Q, xwv X Gu A Q frffm A 'Q jg sa K X Q- X 'I 'Uhr Tma cur and I 'X ff s ' 1 ' ' I 8" NK 4- if' We fi Sf' We M Wi ue and nnfoll frghts Frank Trey on ly and Bnan fx al ered thexr B 52 ornress BQ 1. VM Wir .var r x QI r the fmnshed resr of the srudenr body to in the cafeteria fo ' 'C XPI' l'll0ll ll L TR ' Shelley has no trouble "holding still" while a friend signs her cast. Shelley broke her leg in a horseback riding accident on Nov. 21. 1984. She was out of school for nearly a month. returning just in time for semester tests and the class Christmas parties. During Homecoming week this rowdy! bunch.roamed.t,h5gil3 t,,A'ttA , cutie pies and camouflaged warriors. April Peveto Tim Roberts Shelley Schmiedbauer Angela Koch Larry Krohn Shawn McAnally Stacey Sylvester Dwayne Taylor Steve Tyler Connelly Wade Lori Wise i... Tina Segura Workin' ine to Three . inf! Ricky Brewer enjoys showing off his science project, which he created out of Nature. Angel Brewer andjohnnie Mae Bernay make Christmas tree decorations from dough. Roland Taylor and Amy Leach work steadily on a class project made of toothpicks. H 8. M CARPET 1528 South Division Guthrie, Oklahoma Haro!! Wohr, Owner Secretary -Judy Cobum 282-3464 lv I :gf , 1, 26 SEVENTH GRADE l.l..i- - Staci Barker Johnnie Bernay Rosetta Bircket Angel Brewer Ricky Brewer William Burgess Dennis Bussard Stephanie Bussard Paul Fagan Susie Fishbu rn BJ. Graef Charles Hilbum jill Hopfer Becky jack Amy Leach Alicia Moss Kristie Newbold Christy Prince Rochelle Reese Dody Sears Renae Taylor Roland Taylor SEVENTH GRADE 27 . . . a student is so engrossed in his lessons that he says, "Hey, Mom, . . - thinks you mean your family. - Mrs. Stoddart Mrs. Daniels everyone goes silent when you walk into an area where people or , , . you're happy when one of your students does well on an ACT test. - . . . you plan your family life around the school calendar. - Mrs. students are visiting. - Mr, Van Vranken Hemingway . . . some student says, "Teacher, I don't have any paper or a pencil," - Mrs. Mr. Toepfer Raupe . . , happiness is having all your students with their work ON TIME. - Mrs. , . . you talk about "your kids" and mean your students and everyone else Throckmorton, LARRY NICHOLAS DOROTHY RIiSNIiDIiR Grade andjunior High Coachg Kindergarten, Readingg junior Sponsor 'MOEA Building Rep. in CAROLINEJONFS Lab 'MOEA Vice President MARY SPAUI DINC First Grade MOI A President I-'AI I UNSPAUGII Crxde and High School Band Ireshman Sponsor KLLLI KINDSCIII Ihird Grade SDC Member PAT SNOW NEVII YN Second Crade 'SDC Secretary TI-IROCKMORION Isourth Grade 'SDC Member A teacher has a special way of making learning fun, finding joy in every day and the best in everyone. 28 SUPPORTING CAST NORMA DANIELS Fifth Grade, 'MOEA Secretary CINDY DUNN 'IARC Secretary PEGGY YOST Sixth Grade Seventh Grade, Eighth Civicsg GARY LARMAN Voc A5 FFA Advisor Chairman TERRI HEMINGWAY EMH Sophomore Sponsor Cheerleader Sponsor 'IARC GLADYS WHITE Typing, Accounting, Yearbook and Newspaper Advisor, 'IARC Member, 'SDC Co-Chairman DEBBIE DAWSON French Reading Eighth English Librarian Senior Sponsor 'MOEA Building, Re RON VAN VRANKFN Coach Social Studies Drivers Ed Senior Sponsor 'IARC HARRIET STODDART Home Ec., FHA Advisor, junior Sponsor, 'SDC Member RUTH RAUPE English Speech Librarian Speech Club Coach 'IARC Member 'SDC Co Chairman X Q XX l Member it JESSE RAMSEY LORAN TOEPFER Science Freshman Sponsor Math Computer Lab Sophomore Sponsor I V 1 i up .iii Y , ' OM Yi' A it . l X I V' A . 4, , 7 A W A , S Y , , 7 p. 7. , . , , , 3 v +4 . Q31 1 ,Y :is .ff , .il f. 4 xxx K ' x, , if, f fi ' ai 5... l r Qi-fi :Q .MH ilvff 0""1.' ,N , c A5-1 1 Q 1 I v - ' , 1 2 ' , 1 'MOEA - M-O Education Association SDC - Staff Development Committee IARC - Internal Activities Review Committee FACULTY 29 gm V49 wffvffm WAY? 1-"N Wy! vm Nare Nickels Michelle Orbeta -+6-J Dil 3' ff ,X 5 IW WW 5 dl 3 f fa? f fa W ,gf 31 rf V My W' ff,,f'f udek arns , ,,., , SA A kk L .x., l X W' l h h h l-f Q 1 K .men N' ' A C. R, Scheihing Rebekah Spaulding Hayley Schmiedbauer Clancy Thomas 30 SIXTH GRADE ui. Shelly Vaughn Sarah Watters The 1984-85 sixth grade class, under the direction of their teacher, Mrs. Peggy Yost, gave a very entertaining play en- titled "Christmas at O.K. Corral." They performed the play just before Christmas Break, and it went very well. On the opposite page Cstanding left to rightj Haley Schmiedbauer, Michelle Ortega, Sharla Padgett, and Christy Cyphers begin the play by singing "O Christmas Tree" to a cactus. On the right is Clancy Thomas and Louis Karns. Clancy was Santa Claus in the play. Here "Bad Guy" Louis Karns is holding up Santa Claus to get the presents that are for the "Good Guys and Gals." "The Bad Guys!" Steward Bode, Calvin McBlair, and Louis Karns. At the end of the play, "The Good Guys" come to the and save Santa Claus and everyone's presents from the dastardly "Bad Guys." 5 designs R CHERYL MACK 1 Highland Perry, Oklahoma 73077 336-2307 SIXTH GRADE 31 Ray Reece Shane Sears Mike Taylor Sandy Terry Sam Wampler Gabriel Bernay jonene Bode Machel Bode Phillip Fagan ' Bradley Harman Maria johnson Brian Krohn Audrey Larman vg- Matthew Martin Melanie Newbold Sarah Pfeiffer Rusty Prince Maria johnson is trying to get her assignment completed on time. JCPenney Retail Catalog 282-0260 282-2830 Clothing for the Family Guthrie, Oklahoma 32 FIFTH GRADE ... The Wonder of It All ner-nw. Dby ' M-1,.u frontj XZ xxx X .4 lunge' MS. ,I lp.,- X X V .Q 7 A, , aug . lV1ffpA.f,225fi'. fr I 1 f 111 ' ' W,-.AM W, J " ' ffzvf' 'N' f i.. ' ' . . ig, f 'ali' ,lk ,'...1..w. ' W Vw I N! N r ' ,' I L Q I -.f , 1 Qivrvy 4lA'. l I ' is J t , ji J ' ' A Q, LL,' M-' 'mu-it W e-U' --' -' ' 'f' ' ffl - 'zfi Q F fa to , f mf-M., It I b I vi n 4 Shane Sears seems to know what letter to put in each blank. V Shooting baskets in the gym is fung but when it comes time for a game, it is time to get down to business. fSam Wampler in 4 Fifth graders study the United States map. Melanie Newbold shows us a state she has learned about. FIFTH GRADE 33 lim Any Way You Look At It The following fourth graders made a science project, Left to Rightzjay, Anthony, Amy, Dorothy, Chastity and Rocky. A , M ,PW V.. Mrs. Throckmorton has help grading papers. fRyan, Dee Dee and Michellej. New 8tNUsed , fS.T.TZfJif.5 .A A is But ot ,y ifgiiiil ' A " Furniture Outlet T.. sci ' I WA I I 'Qi 81 Auction "Furniture is Our Business" Vernon and Joyce 611 Delaware Roberts 336-2624 Perry, OK Bo, Ronnie amljcnnifer sit quietly umlcr the class poster. 34 FOURTH GRADE Billy Blansett Dorothy Bode jeri Bussard Mart Graef Ronnie Hilburn Dee Dee jack Chastity jeet Rocky jeet jenniferjenkins Michelle Knight jay Koch Bo Martin Mike Roberts jennifer Shook Anthony Shrum Tim Taylor Brandy Thomason Amy Van Vrankcn Ryan Wiss FOURTH GRADE 35 To wrap up their Thanksgiving unit, the third graders had a Thanksgiving feast like the Pilgrims and Indians had on the first Thanksgiving Day. They dressed as Indians and Pilgrims and prepared "Thanksgiving stew." Mrs. Kindschi brought cranberry bread. Charley McAna1ly and jeff Oldenburg agree that this is good food. Rub-a-dub-dub Wait, that's a different story. There are four in this tub. CEllior Evans, Fozzie Bear, Shanon Sylvester, and jamie Gallaway in the reading tub.j jennifer Barker Heather Beuchaw Emily Driskel Elliot Evans Renee Flasch jamie Gallaway Troy Hanes Danny Hopkins joe johnson Charley McAnally 36 THIRD GRADE ..., 5' Gremlins The third graders like the new cafeteria tables that the P,T.O, bought. Thank you, P.T.O. CLeft, Renee Flasch,jennifer Barker, andjamie Gallaway, Rightuloejohnson and Danny Hopkinsj The other side of the table at the Thanksgiving feast. CMrs. Kindschi, Elliott Evans, Renee Flasch, Troy Hanes, and Chasity Shaferj l jeff Oldenburg Chasity Shafer WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Shanon Sylvester 621 Delaware 336-2612 Perry, Oklahoma 73077 Mark Silvers For All Your Home and Auto Needs THIRD GRADE 37 Aren-'t we cute! CMiss Truby fWednesday observerj, Misri Downs, and jenny VanVrankenj Look at us, we're all dressed up! CAndy Wampler, Carrie Harman, Kathy Har- man Cclownljason Harman, Tommy Wray, Sondra Majorj tl 5 , , s Fre k 3 YFf1daY , .,-,- Q N I 4,38 ,,'hh Fe! l . Yiflffi . l 4 K at 1 ' ' -2, 5 h M 'Tw X 0 + .N 'Bw ax ,zgw-W"""' f A we ' - t sf-4' N MQ 3 at Ng.-gg xg , W lv nk ,iw 19- " 'it ' W C5 :Fr X x K j gy, age -1 il ev. - , V '1 ' .V fi, , f r ., ' . " AV , rf ' N Q -5' jf'-5 . Af 41 ,.v, 5, '?1'.,?f ' , ,f ', V g-,Q +.,, , 1 ' - f WV. "1" '. ay' , -"' 450421 hw., , 1,41 A v A .f f " ,W an . ' AMW W Wiki r ,wr 'rf 1 1 Qs- ,'2L3?'l , 3 AI! , 5? ff 'fi l 511 X f rf' 4' 0 Q The second graders are having fun during their Halloween party. CAnthony Red- man, Misti Downs, Tiffany Graef, Bryce Payne,josh McBlair, Monty Larman, Andy Wampler, Beth Bussard and Sarah Bussard. SECOND GRADE Tinker Blansett Nedra Burgess Beth Bussard Sarah Bussard jeff Day Misti Downs Paul Driskel Tiffany Graef Carrie Harman jason Harman Monty Larman Sondra Major joshua McBlair Heather Monroe B.j. Moss Chris Nees Michael Ortega justin Padgett Bryce Payne Anthony Redman jenny Van Vranken Andy Wampler Colby Wiss JELSMA ABSTRACT COMPANY Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044 Kelth E Camerer P,0, Box 308 Kenneth D Mitchell Phone 282-4012 SECOND GRADE 39 Working Hard n Tuff Turf li W .Qi A 225 f 'Q I , WE Q-no Luke, Anya, Travis,jennit'er, Mandy and jeremy work on a mural about Thanksgiving. jennifer Anrhis Shanna Bussard jeremy Descher Belinda Graef Michael Graham Marriya Harrell Kaleb Hermann J-uw Mandy Knight Cody Leach Luke Martin Anya McAnally Amber McManamy Rhonda Merrill Bobbie Meyer 40 FIRST GRADE Mrs. Spualding shows Mandy where to start reading whilejeremy and Bobbie follow along. Charlie Miller jeff Moss Mrs. Spaulding joline Oldenburg Travis Perrin Brian Prince Lori Rothermel Alicia Shoffner Veronica Shoffner Don'r fall asleep now, Rhonda. McVicker Stationery Co. Inc. 110 East Okla. 282-2775 Guthrie, Okla. 73044 FIRST GRADE Up and Coming -I'-Q. Gone are the days of "nap time" and "milk breaks" in the kindergarten class. Kindergarten has changed since its start in 1967. Today there is more emphasis on academics. And TV programs, such as "Sesame Street," help prepare these budding students for school. The boys and girls begin every day at 8:50 a.m. with a hot breakfast in the lunch room. Each day they work on sounds and alphabet identification. They also learn to write their numeralsg 0-10 the first semester and 10-20 the second semester. The students also learn their phone numbers, birthdates, colors and number words. After learning most of the capital and lower case letters in the alphabet, the students begin to learn words. After learning each set of words, the boys and girls may take home a book to read. The class also puts up the calendar date and counts the days till birthdates and holidays. "See and Do" papers teach each student to listen and follow instructions by identifying a certain number of objects and coloring them a particular color. The kindergarten ends their day at 11:15 a.m. when parents begin their carpools home. L...1 V ' J t jamey wants more for Christmas than just his two front teeth iw 36356315 ii ilfx Av V, " V, .B 5 I i f' ' A" Q- i f l ui 'i Sante- if 4. 4, JUNlOR'S - WOMEN'S -INFANT ITEMS ' if eaacedar , if T Perry, Oklahoma 42 KINDERGARTEN l 'vw . 1,-L. -. ,J Cnbn , Q .4-1 ' va.. 'AJR ' .-wh -0" s,M..g.AnO ' 'ba-114165 u-4-Q V' Rocky Burgess justin Cyphers Winter Cyphers jamey Descher Carol Fagan ? 2 '1' . , , L . f' ik v Q f A 4 ' t Chrrsrmas. Mrs. Resneder and Allen ' hold up "10 lingers plus 4" V to count the days before jerry Ballinger 19' Teri Ballinger Allen Barber Sonya Bernay G' W We . GV' Troy Fagan Chad Gallaway julie Gallaway Dawayne Golay Melissa Graham jacob Hermann e Nr, Kari Hopfer Marthew Pfeiffer l. KINDERGARTEN 43 HIEINEIR '-1" SEIEIETY , 1 SL 5fHEhl.:Y JEJNES 5'HEl.:hY SHRUM l.:'FIVlf-JNN'H WfFlI9E MIKE FIIJLMIEIRE ' 'FEINY41 l4El.nl.1l SHHFER RIQTHERMEL IONOR SOCIFTY QOQEKWKEQS 0,35 5 ew. E 9 2: 6' Q1 4,0 "QQ W Q Girls new Ho + ideas + energy + Mrs. Stoddart and the sum was a spring fashion show and tea, a casual country-style banquet where guests sat on bales of hay, and a supper for parents when new officers were installed. Gaylea Orr Crop rightl and Shelby Bay entertain mothers and grandmothers at the tea. Rhonda Adkisson andjaylene Day frightl share a garment forthe fashion show. lWhich one forgot to bring hers?l The girls created "Ma and Pa" Qbelowl to occupy a place of honor at the banquet. Sitting at the head table is Lisa Segura, Yvonne Hermann, Lesa Richards, Shelby Bay, Kelli Downs, and Kristy Burgess. short Michelle Chapter Leona I-lartell Nadine Zimmer Stacey Wiseg Harriet Stoddart, Advisorg Stepha he and Kelli Downs Treasurer ...a..a.....:.p..a.- LJIUDU EU Stephanie is a saltshaker and Michelle is a marshmallow on favorite-food day during initiation. MAIN EVENTS - FHA 45 458, Mike Frey applied for and received the AMERICAN FARMER degree. ,- Mike Fillmore earned the STAR FARMER degree in 83-84. 46 MAIN EVENTS ........f'f-'v1v- K- rg w- Frnnr Ruw Mrirk Rulmvdv.Sentinel.MichaelW'einlr.1ul.SeL'reury1GregDuncan, Treasure-rg Valerie Hafner, Sweerhearr: Shellyjones Mike lfillnmre. Viievllremiduir, Mrclmel lirrlprrrick. Reporrer Secnnd Row- Ricky Andrews.jer'l' Roberrs, Ricky Cook. Lance Leach Welvik.iiil, Sean Keirlr, Rmlnex Silxers. Mark llimd Tlnrrl Row lirerr linwdunjalk Nunley. Par Jerome. Darin Howard. Casey Gorrell Jiri. im cmlir, Greg Km-li mir RM rain, Kf.fir.,p.mjm,.j. ID spauldrng. Siem Rum. Daniel Knorr. Shane Esrus. Chris llopfer N4-Iwi: 5, ' ,sf X ,I xx X A ' W 4 "Ay C, E A? x,,,I,, K , ,, V,,,.,, th p ,as aweawmif fffvfv' f - nu.. iWit,h Q little hard work and the help of some new banners, the M-O 4-H and FFA members won the Clean?Aisle Award for both the Sheep and Beef ,Burris at the County Fair. ' A n ' , Q 1'-s' fs 5 V-an was sq. s li W "' ,. Cgiinty 4-H Agent Becky Larkin set up livestock judging workouts at the Belford Ranch, The 4-llers tl esgudged classes and practiced giving oral reasons, X p 5' . likes huntin nd trapping. So while he makes pla ter casts of the animal's hiswilcllife project. vga . A , A li H Q ' Y Mernlvers of the junior high nntl high school Clubs ure: lfront Row: Trey llmore, Dennis Knott. Frank Cunningham. Connelly Wade, Kevin An- Angela Koch and Susie Ifishburn. ews. Dennis Bussnrd and Rol.md Taylor. Middle Row: Brian Dununn. 1 Rotherrnel. Luvonna Wade. Becky Knopfel. Kun Downs, Denise Geoff Peveto and Todd Cook. Brick Row: Sharon Hirsch. llafnerujill llopfer, April Peveto, Amy Leach, Kyla Huff, Christine J. Members ol' the fourth. lilth .intl sixth igrzitle flnlws .xrei liront Row. jonene Bode. Amy Vrtn Vrnnlgen, Ryyin Wiss. Surah l'l'c1l'l'er,jeri litisstml, Billy lilnrisett .intl lio Martin. Mitltllc Rim. Stun Whnpler. lhltlfIllCNVcil'i1Eli. 'liiin 'l'11ylor, Michelle KI11gQlIK.vl.lX'K47k'l1.S.lf.ll1XYiLlIIUl'N.ll1QlC.R.SCllCllllIlg. Brick Row: Geoffrey Koth. Nite Nitlwls, Audrey l..irrn.in, Dongiltl Knott, Stott Dutlekujtistiri Dny, Clancy 'I'honi.is rintl Christy Cyphers. ,, 1, ln. .. ., 5-122-9- liyn -X. aw SAQLH WEXWEF KN 'WT balk ,n OA! X The Mulhall-Orlando bands held a first-ever band banquet. The theme was "A Summer Carrouself' and the grade school gym was decorated with balloons and hand-drawn pictures of clowns and merry-go-rounds. The affair was for band members and their parents and the food was covered-dish style. The 1984-85 Band Queen and King are Tonya Rothermel and Rodney Silvers. Tonya is ajunior and has been active in band for seven years. Rodney is a Freshman and has been active,in band for five years. Outstanding musicians for 1983-84 were Kristie Newbold, grade school band, and Todd Cook, high school band. Qi gi ws, 50 MAIN EVENTS Cl ...-...v. V , .wa-aq... Sharriejerome, band council president, emcees the program The 198331 stage hand gives a concert for the stu. dent body. Sharriejerome, Piano, Daryl Snow. Trom- bone, Rochelle Henke. Baritone, Todd Cook, Tuba: Shane Estus, Woodblocks, Mark Hood, Trumpet, Sharon Flasch, Trumpet, Genelle Koch, Trumpet, Rodney Silvers, Percussion, llolly Fitzpatrick, Bari- Sax, Kim Downs, Tenor Sax,'lanet Weinkauf. Alto Sax, Denise Rothermel, Alto Saxgjulie Dudek, Tenor Sax, and Mr. Onspaugh, Director. HIGH SCHOOL BAND: Front Row: Tonya Rothermel, Clarinet, Denise Rothermel, Flute, Christine Anthis, Flute, Stephanie Bussard, Flute. Se- cond Row. julie Dudek, Clarinet, April Peveto, Clarinet,janet Wemkauf, Alto Sax, Shawn McAnally, Alto Sax, Dennis Knott, Trumpet, Genell Koch, Trumpetgjacquie Meyer, Trumpet. Back Row: Stacey Sylvester, Clarinet, Alicia Moss, Clarinet, Susie Fishburn. Clarinet, Tim Roberts, Bari4Sax, Todd Cook, Tuba, Angela Koch, Bass Clarinet, Rochelle Henke. Baritone, Kyla lluff, Tenor Sax, Kristie Newbold, Baritone, Stephanie Newbold, Trombone. Drums: Rodney Silvers, Steve Tyler, and Shelly johnson. Director: Paul Onspaugh. mr AA- Z ' 'Iwo AA Fll?l'll GRAIN. HAND limit Row Ruxty Prints, Drummer. Melanie Newholtl. Truiribotie, Mar tluew Martin. Altn Sax. iialsrit-I liernn. Clarinet, Samls Terry. Clarinet, Audrey Larman, Clarinet Sault Plcrller. l'lute-.jonenc Iloilv. llute SIXTH GRADII HAND Top Row Geuflrey Koch. Trom- bone, Dimaltl Knott. forum-t, Sarah Watters. Coronet. C R Selueilnng. Trurnper, Calvin Mclllair Trumpet. Slr.trl.i Putlylelt. Alto Sax. flirisn Cypliers. Clarinet, llailey Stlmuedbauer, Clarinet, Rebekah Spaultlmg, l lute 'T Q lAL,.L,o...QQ:4- .. . , Q 2 P7 A y ill . - S mg. 'Telex - , f . ,if . a 'i X54 -' - Q' 1. "' 1.1 .mt . if 1 W - , 1 nf - j ...Fifi x, 'Til' 3 as STAGE HAND Shawn Mfllnally. Bari-Sax, Kyla Huff, Tenor Sax, Tim Roberts. Alto Sax, Rochelle llenke. Trutnpct, Angela Koch, Trumpet, Stephanie Newbolcl, Trornbonu, Christine Antlus, Percus- sion, Steve Tyler, Percussion, Stacey Sylvester, Key boards, and Mr. Onspaugh. Dueetor. BAND 51 QQOX, ,d""55 Q Q, ' NFDIQMEIQS The largest undertaking the speech club accomplished this year was their one-act play, "A Memory Of Harold." It was the story of a group of teenagers fthe in-crowdj playing a practical joke on a nerd fHaroldJ, It starts off harmlessly enough, but it results in Harold's quitting school and leaving town. The characters: Robert CGreg Duncanl, Lisa's boyfriend and narrator of the playg Lisa fLavonna Wadej, the most popular girl in schoolg Nina fKelli Shaferj, Lisa's best friend and instigator of the jokeg and Harold fMark Richardsj, the unsuspecting victim. 'T' Other characters were played by Mike Filln Chress Watters, Tonya Rothermel, Nadine Zirr and Michelle Henke. The speech club also managed to attend 5 contests. Two of them were at Okeene andj Atjenks, Tonya Rothermel fProseJ and Kelli Sl COriginal Oratoryl both qualified for regionals. We also gave speeches during class. Some them were quite entertaining. To the right, l Fillmore gave a very enlightening speech on how show cattle. Mark Richards gave a GREAT pe mance as his steer. 52 SPEECH CLUB Front Row: Greg Duncan, Kelli Shafer, Nadine Zimmer, Tonya Rothermel, Lavonna Wade, Michelle Henke, and Mark Richards. Back Row: Coach Raupe, Mike Fillmore, April Peveto, Denise Rothermel, Kelli Downs, and Chress Watters, Y rf the staff, served as editor of the oe? Une: Llpun aTirn SQ Za dbg Staff hh 435 members were Q21 Veda Endevoets, B Wendi Harris, QQ' Gina Koch, Kelli Shafer, Shelly Shrum, Lavonna Wade, and Mrs. White, Adviser. Lavonna the onl second-year member earbook. The school newspaper, PANTHER AW PRINTS, is keyed into computers. ight: Gina and Shelly proofread before a final printout. Center left: So- catches Mrs. White loading the at the fair. Center right: Lavonna Kelli about her plans for pages 94 and of the yearbook. Sai yzyfahya I Photography is Wendi's forte. fThis darkroom was built in the classroom for the staffthis year.J 4hn.g,,,- ' Ref. .,,'., 'si !Q:Ilr-- M-- . r-, p Jw Veda and Wendi look for a good picture at the grade school. 'A special thanks to Pamela Henke for designing the yearbook cover. YEARBOOK AND NEWSPAPER STAFF 53 Oh, No! Who's gonna catch it? Stephanie Sylvester and Wendi Harris. I No one can keep the books straight around here! Coach Van. Kelli Shafer getting ready to tag the base runner. Coach Van discussing his strategy with Michelle Henke and Genelle Koch 54 SOFTBALL X Best Rock 'N 'Fire! Genelle Koch. Defense Oh, No! Another fast one! Michelle Henke. xsibw 'ma' 9 A, .2 'J s t X ,, 'fl-W 'SEQ s-'xx ., 14-k Wi X t V Q.-. Y , x . , 4Q1Qr:f.5Q fi A WA. ' ff " .3 'ZX' WPQ.: ' " V ' , ,4 ., .. . , 1 ,, 'W . .V 'X ' W .,X.x' . N .-4,121 A 'A 5 t 'K ' 'W i .Q .i4...'2f5i'f?'E.?e. . 'A A -Qwfif il HW' ' ' . X ' ni 'gfggghjag , i :Stiff 4' . ,, It X?F'4i,t,!Q ,V I I 915, , ' ' l L L 15 -N, -ra, A wfj W4 'vf' - . W ' 1 7' . " W"'2"f'f' . M '?'vQ'9-555' H" ' l H fi .Q ,MW ' K .. I 9 ., 1 - v-gym Via 5' If .rj 1.-,VV nw , - 5 xr ' ' ' Aff " 1'e"t Q 3' ,. , , W H U , N. , G ' . z"f3'iif - ' - 'Aft 'Q-gf' ' 334 ,, J.. fl, Ll - ' 'A my ' ' ' 4 ,gf ' . sm' ' e ' ' wr , ',,, f ' , J :A 'fm ,y . 1 ' Q ..... , 1'-gf' , .ge git, its if S - 21 ' ,Y 4-Mn. ee .. ,vig - . K.. K dwg, X Y V9.9 A, 3,5v'x':iv?1w'5Qr4.t . i . -i , f, ,. ! ' 'naw' ,yur gt H sz 49" . I jf . I 7 4. fff 'A ie : ,,,Z.Q,a-, or A ' u-J f 1. N. .s 1 vm., Kelli Shafer in total concentration before she steals second base. 1-Q ' 4- ., . ' 3 gre JR. HIGH SOFTBALL Back Row, Left to Right: Johnnie Mae Bernay, Susie Fishburn, Angela Koch, jill Hopfer, Shelly johnson, Tina Segura, Stephanie Bussard, and Coach Nicholas. Front Row: Kyla Huff, Rochelle Henke, Stacy Sylvester, Amy Leach, April Peveto, Christine Anthis, and Christy Prince. 3 l xxx it ,. .. ist. s ti- "ML is ,' 5, K 4 .. Qu . M I . . .el .. kir. , I ily ' -4 up js ' 'W 1 ' 3 . K y t t a -- Q. ' ., ' ' -'vu N , .. 1, M ' 3 r .K ,V t f I lj , L , , N - X, K ja Q y, , 2 , ,,,. , Qhgygf 'f 1 4 .ti,f3Q5LmM5t b ..'.. HS. SOFTBALL Back Row, Left to Right: Coach Van, Michelle Henke, Nadine Zimmer, Kelli Downs, Genelle Koch and Kelli Shafer. Front Row: Kim Downs, Stephanie Sylvester, Gina Koch, Wendi Harris, Becky Knopful. SOFTBALL 55 The Terminator -W -2 i in l Je, 'A 3? A' :Y 2 .egg- L,,X ,.,, Z V 7 5 W f ' in ' A ' M A ' f ' ,, T f- f I7 z , ' rfif f ii 'X 2. 4 M x If X, 1 g 4 9 E . ,M 3 , 8 A ,fl I IV V Ti 1,6 ' - ' ' ' ' ii T ? .fig i4iQi'4 'f "" 3 0 s 1 f AZ2v Af'1 i ffwg-H X2 , V W, f X-hx XXNXI' A, if YK? I a b M 'W Easy out! .fiv 2 i ,Qi n A 'fwfr if-,rw v V VV ...., ,4 Buck Row. Left ro Righr: Toni D.ill'crn, Mike I:iiiITl0l't',-JTITIJ2iCk,JUiII1I1y Iicrcliiirnjack Nunlcy, Minlmcl liirfpiirrick, Coach Run Virn Vrunkcn, Brett Bowden Greg Duncan, Lance l,c.icl1, Iilrrink jcrmnc, Chris Ilopikr, Billy Iidwiirds. lfrunr Row: Iirhlic Iicrrliun. Inrryjirck, Ricky Cawnkulcfif Rnhcrrs, Casey Gorrell Steven llaggard, Troy Goluy, Mark Riuhurds. Greg Koch. Shrine Iisrus. 56 MAIN EVENTS I'll show cm' how it's done! fMurk Ri 'li LJ t c lm s Okay guys, it's Cranial Slain riinc! lCreg Kochi 1 5 .igg?1!qqQ . K sv A . .. , 5 5- i 5 5 . f-, 'C ?5gf,,t 4232, . Too close for comfort! Uim jackl Back Row, Left to Right: Conch l.urry Nichulus, Brian Duncan, Larr Krohn, Steven 'I' 'l , K ' ' A I y cr Lvin nt rcws, lfmnt Row: Dennis Knott, Connelly Wade, Trey Fillmore, Stacy Gulny. BASEBALI eagles ,QO ow P Shelly Shrum goes in for a lay-up. Y I 1 . Lavonna Wade, Valerie Hafner and Kelli Shafer do a good job of blocking out against Dover. LIZ, 'tftfnff i Genelle Koch shows her stuff with a jump shot. Q--1-v-- .. Michelle Henke fbelow leftl and Wendi Harris Cbelow rightj shoot for points against Morrison in the M-O tournament. 14-+'5,,,... IWO 58 GIRLS BASKETBALL Shellyjones moves quickly to get the ball up courr 5 T 5 ront Row: Nadine Zimmer, Becky Knopfel Valerre Hafner Shelly ones Srephame Sylvester Wenclr llama Demse Rothermel .mer Wemkrzuf Back ow: Michelle Henke, Daryl Snow, Shelly Shrum ulre Dudek Kellr Downs Coach R V.m Vranken Tony.: Rorhermel Kellr Shafer l.nonn.a Wade Krm owns, Genelle Koch. Alhff Imnng rlurcc ku Slu1u'rxhmnI.nl w.nr's rum, :hc l'1Kl-NSMIM haskulmll n-.un was nm :xpeucd uf I1.m- .1 wry gm.: W-....... um. I.-.1 I.,- Scnmrs Mn Imcl l:itlp.nri4 kulwvlulllly lieu lmn. .ulul-jlllx.I,u k. mf, xhuwul .,....., ..h..1l club rh.u :hwy wm- .Q nn to he rn-L knm-d wnh. Thu rcmnl -lm-s nm shnw :hc haue detcrllnlmllull, the relentless mnrmlc. ur rho hanl hmglur games :lm we-nr mm wlmt many wmllmlnllll.1n.-building year. 60 BOYS BASKETBALL HS Group Picrure: Front Row: Geoff Pevem. Greg Koch, Mrke Frllmornjeff Roberts, Mark Richards, Eddre lierchan, and Larry jack. Back Rowl Greg Duncan, Billy Edwards. Michael Fitrparrick, Parrickjeromc-,johnny Bctchan, Lance l.each,jun jack. and Coach Run Van Vnnkcn. Ahmu All-4 rmlr-fume Scrum Bin In.rcl l'rrfp.rtmL gels rhr- upururrg up .tr lhnneumung. llppcr ugh! I rcxlulnm Iamrc I,r.uh xlumts hu .muthrr rwu pulnrx In Ihr- Mrvrrmm game Right junmrG1ug Dtllltnrulrwux In Ourlhclch-h.lmlcrl lay-up, vw BOYS BASKETBALL - H S 61 Bo , Are We Enthusiastic y jacquie . f M 2?-655 'I ,: 4 7 . W Sharon Flasch Kyla Huff The 1984-85 cheerleaders and mascors were: CBorrom Row, Left ro Righrj Angel Brewegjacquie Meyer, Sharon Flasch, Stacey Wise, Susie Fishburn, CMiddlej Kyla Huff, fT0pJ Christy Prince. 62 CHEERLEADERS Hemingygyiponsor 1 OLS I x We '. x-Xe .14 Wiglzf fo lgemem er 5 4 Y On November 30, 1984, Shelly Shrum was crowned as basketball queen and Michael Fitz- patrick king. The attendants were: Lavonna Wade, escorted by johnny Betchang Kelli Shafer, escorted by Mark Richardsg Valerie Hafner, escorted by Kurt Friendg and Genelle Koch, escorted by Lance Leach. Our theme this year was "A Night to Remember." Mrs. Frances Koch painted the backdrop. The flowers were carnations tinted the colors of the attendants' dresses. This year's crown bearer was Michael Hafner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hafner. The banner bearer was Kayla Golay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. johnny Golay. The flower girl was Summer Brad- shaw, daughter of Mrs. Tena Kitchen. sw-!,m,k 5, ' 1 -'far ms - HOMECOMING 63 wry. i . c, 'Y "W, Kyla Huff blocks out so Stacey Sylvester can shoot a jump shot. JR, HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL - Kevin Andrews, Larry Krohn, Coach Nicholas, Brian Duncan, Trey Fillmore, Connelly Wade, Stacy Golay and Steven Tyler. 5-n "What a form!" Steven Tyler. '-up 4... , lr ,4 .f li. i ,I m '-QW - u-I f- :weave-se Q- -! I if Rochelle Henke goes up for the rebound while Angela Koch drops back. E JR. HIGH GIRLS BASKISTBALL - Angel Brewer, April Peveto, Shelly johnson, Coach Nicholas. jill llopfer. Rochelle Ilenl-te. Angela Koch, Stephanie Bussard, Amy Leach Susie Fishburn, Christine Anthis, Stacey Sylvester and Kyla Huff. 64 -JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL gin. Coach Nicholas encouraging his players. mai ,Q Christy Cyphers, "Watch out, here I come!" I O ,.-P"2f 'Xia' .. iw , . ' s.. ' ,.,,. . WY! - A, justin Day shoots while Geoffrey Koch awaits N N. k I h h hl M I . N bold Y tsthe. m the rebound. GRADE SCHOOL GIRLS ISASKETBALL - Audrey Larman, Sharla Padgett, Christy Cyphers, Melanie Newbold, Sandra Terry. Ilayley Schmied- bauer, Coach Nicholas, Sarah Watters, Rebekah Spaulding, Michelle Ortega, Sarah Pl'eil'fer.j0nene Bode, and Mariajohnson. BIC lC C S HSI SYOUC C ZINC CW be IU GRADE SCHOOL BOYS l3ASKli'l'l5Al.l. - justin Day. Clancy Thomas, jason Driskel, Coach Nicholas. Geoffrey Koch, Scott Merrill. Nathan Nickels, Steward Bode. Calxin Mtlilrxir, Michael Payne. Brian Krohn, Bradley Ilarman. Donald Knott. Scott Dutlek and Samuel Wampler. GRADE SCHOOL BASKETBALL 65 Local Heroes 1. High School Custodians: Glenda Prince and junior Meyer with students Roy McNeill, Billy Ballinger, and David Endevoets. 2. Bus Drivers: Shirley Bircket, Betty Kindschi, Wray Larman, Evelyn Knott, and Gladys Wooten. 3. A typical morning for "B" and Evelyn. 4. High School Cooks: Evelyn Schwandt, Betty Fishburn, and juanita Fitzpatrick. 5. Grade School Cooks and Custodian: Verlene Gibson, Richard Andrews, Elizabeth Cyphers, and Reba Fitzpatrick. 66 SUPPORTING CAST SCHO0l BUS M 14721 M......a.,y,..,.. ,, , N 5. -:fi Against the wind. CGenelle Kochj IQ SNOW! Hooray!! june Duncan and Nancy Fillmore from the M-O Booster Club selling VCR raffle tickets. Anticipation. Chow down for Booster Club refreshments! fGeoffrey Koch, Nate Nickels, Clancy Thomas, Scott Dudek and Michael Payne! i 1 I ! ,ff The A- Team CML Snow, Mr. Lorance and Mr. Harrisj I I A 1 3 9 5' -,-' .v 1, we it ' , Nagy fq-I' 5 A v " ' ,. -H, -it 2 or F" "W y f. ff ' - xg-A t fr -r", ' y' i v"'3 .- y R. f X3 M f .tl uf . ,j,, i fl Y . jig - A .TZ .qv I -rl, f 'fa N i ,g. Ns 4 .' X-N -ryan t I " ty 4 K, t x . 'yy , -.' E r frxygl '+- . xpf, m,,Aagpl64.4F' 'f!l'.,L... ,41 COMING ATTRACTIONS 67 P Billy Blansett, Larry Krohn and Kevin Andrews made a Santa Claus pinata. V Michael Graham, Danny Hopkins and Daryl Snow enjoy the company of Mr. T, Gina Koch's cat. A Susie Backus and Rhonda Adkisson show off their M-O spirit during Homecoming week. P All dressed up and no place to go! QDolly McBlairJ 68 COMING ATTRACTIONS Strange Invaders HIA olhters Statey Wise and Nadine Zimmer have Michelle Henke and Stephanie Sylvester playing with a Kelli Downs really gets INTO chocolate during Home EC. class. Wim muwnu nv". --K I 0 NQ,.Q-Q. WW' EI WI. .hs-' M .. .,,,,. r . puma'- Seventh graders reveal their true talent by making a Christmas Tree for their classroom doors. fBecky jack and William Burgessb. ..a...-Q1 " 'fa- -ux sw 41 'Qt- The Senior class of 1985 went all our this year and bought a six-foot Super Sub for the Christmas party. Left to Right: Lavonna Wade, Shelly Shrum, Bever- ly Hunt, jacquie Meyer, Pamela Henke, Becky Vaughn and Michael Weinkauf. CAN DID 69 P Chress Watters works in the library during sixth hour every day V Mrs. Raupe and Mr. Toepfer share a joke before classes. fitness A Kurt Friend puts his thoughts together before he takes the NEDT test. P Mr. Harris hands-john Brewer his admit for classes. 70 COMING ATTRACTIONS houghc we were supposed ro be having fun! Uoey O B shburn and Bren Bowdenl r' XJR- ,, fq . Hhs?"- i Las . -Wi H - M 34 Qs. LHP L! w W fx we? . rip sf W, , L ,ee 1 K. v ,K r X Where are our names? CSheila Edmondson, Stephanie Newbold, and Rhon- da Reesej Q awe? :- . '- , i i iii ,ss -E.. N' .. Qi 'ea-e. 1 'fl' i f 1 sf 'LJ . ' X ,f ...QL , MM! f . .Us :Wu VV B.j. Graef helps Wayne Camp- bell and Belinda Graef work a puzzle in Mrs. Hemingway! room. llli-11 Gone with the wind! fRochelle Henke flying a project for her reading classl CANDID 71 The Right Approach INDIAN-MERIDIAN VO-TECH STUDENTS Mike Aldridge, Masonry Ricky Andrews, Home Business Services CHBSJ Kristy Burgess, HBS Sally Estus, Business Training Center CBTCJ Pamela Henke, BTC Brian Herrin, Hydraulics Brian Hopkins, Metal Fabrication Beverly Hunt, BTC Patrickjerome, Metal Fabrication Daniel Knott, Auto Body Greg Koch, Metal Fabrication Samuel Kolb, Diesel jacquie Meyer, BTC Bill Nelson, Auto Body jack Nunley, Metal Fabrication Becky Vaughn, BTC Michael Weinkauf, Electronics Bill proudly displays the car that the auto body class assembled. 5 iffr. ' L I Mike Aldredge is working hard laying in his masonry classy M v- to L-TECYXF Sally seems to he lnnving lun doing a secretarial training packet on a TRS-HU. She lux also le-airnetl to operate an IBM-PC nt vo-recli :mtl an Apple llr at the home school. Any iitivitr on what tmnpurer tu huy. Sully! 72 VO-TECH Pam practices her husincss xkills on st irc-ulfrlic-.ut 4-qrnpinenr. yr!! ,- 024 ae Brian Herrin has studied hydraulics for two years at Indian Meridian. Front Row: Kristy, Sally, Daniel,jack, Steve, Brian Hopkins, Mike Aldridge, Ricky, Christine Kindschi Cbus driverj, Patrick. Back Row: Brian Herrin, Mike Weinkauf, Bill, Pamela, jacquie, Becky, Greg, VO-TECH 73 I .1 IIIIIIIIIWWV fi F 5 533 65 -.- .. --1-.1 .iii- 11.1.1 4.l..i.i.. 4-1-.li ii.-ll -.-1.1 1---1-.l -.. 'f Congratulations 1 Mike Frey Lavonna Wade E and "' Brian Hafner - from Hugh and Frances johnson -1 Hugh Johnson "" Mulhall, Oklahoma "' rrrr HHIIIIIHIHIH ...A llllllHIlllllllliIiliHwbl1Hill!! uLsLuLLuLm 3 emma mum ER FDIC RALPH'S PACKING COMPANY RA 'S IlllllwllllllllllIllll!IIHlIlHHL1 C -Jlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 United Cooperative Ino. - l l. .-----.1 11-il -11.1- 5 illi- 11-i i - E Best Deal in the Country 1 Mulhall - Marshall - Lovell -.i..l.i -ll ?T,1 Wells Compressor an Home Cooked Meals "li Salad Bar Orlando OK 455-2458 6 g D OILFIELD SERVICES .ii MECHANIC SERVICE Ba hoe - Trenchers - Earth Box 38 - o,,,,,do, OK l.--1. .ll ---- HARRELL'S 8 TRENCHING SERVICE 1--lg 05-45 Eugene David 455-2448 455-2424 olllllllllllllllllllllllllll WWW!llllHlll'HlHlllllHlllllll 0 ORLHNDO CRC SRGADS CH RO CLE .MULHALL Newest Newspaper in Logan County HOMESTEAD "-0- BOX34 Mulhall, Okla. 73063 HEIRLOOMS Ph. uosy 649-2232 Keeping You ""o""ed Publishers and Editors: Browse through 50,00 postcards, paper Americana and Michael and Jo Watters rural relics, or search for pottery, tins, trade name and advertising signs in this small-town shop. Calling street 1 .ii--1 numbers s big-city aflectation, Kay and Max Stansbury Phone: 649-2550 ---- claim their shop - across the street south ot the post Bgx 26 ---- oltice - is one-seventh ot the downtown business Mulhall ,-,-,.. section. You'lI tind them 3 miles west ot I-35 on Mulhall Road, one-halt north. You'II enioy a visit to their shop. Dealers welcome. Hours daily 8-4. '-"""" FARMER'S STORE Mulhall, Oklahoma 649-2216 Groceries Sandwiches We Support Our School illi- .i-.ii it-T1 ..,.,.1.1--- -.-.g-1-p- ii..-1 .11--.1 l.,---1 .,1..l...l- -.1-...ii -,....1l-1 1.1-i-1 CII Phone 649-2245 """"'-"" MU'ha"'OKm63 W,C..5f5Sf PANTHER PLAY:-louse -- Oc ....... Qwmgfiigglg GMS 8 DAY CARE CENTER --- 'Tf' Famny Hai, Care We Provide Tender Loving Care FRAMEsu HAIR co1.oR FUI' YOUT P8llfh6l'8 Full-Time or Drop-lns --- Ronda Descher - 969-2675 649-2529 649-2370 649-2464 ---- 77 as I lllllllllllllllllll'lllllllllllllillill HARMAN'S in l0'G'S O'1a"d",Ok'i Groceries 1 and Gas Backhoes - Trenching - Welding Truck Winch Truck - Roustabouts - Dump Truck Horizontal Boreing JEROME'S TRENCHING 81 CONSTRUCTION Phone 405-455 Orlando, Oklahoma 73073 I Dig Oklahoma iiiaiilfflllllllllllllllllllllilllllllillill 90 days same as cash 1911 N. Boomer - Stillwater - 372-0900 lilllliillHHHHHlllHHHH!IHIIH QWW-Mya, BALBQA AMERICAN nose Agni gf' A Ed- X 0 V E1 WATERBED ROOM llHllllHllllllllllllllllilllllIHIHF LI Hlllllllllllllllllllillllilllillllllllll Q-ii-gi. 1-ll :il ii ....... " Means Easy Benking ... EXCHANGE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY "1 P.O. Box 797 .1 Perry, Oklahoma 73077 -1- 14053 336-5531 -1 MEMBER F.D.I.C. Dewayne Luster and Associates V y Auctioneers - Brokers --- 4. ll S- osters fm EM I -1..i..l -1-ii. J-1-.1 -n-u filaoldon ea 'i I Phones "" 514 Delaware Off. 336-2360 .-. Perry, Okla. . Res. 336-9458 We Specialize in All Types ot Sales """ 3-... V 3 l-it .. .- - 1 -111 I Business for Your Health" "-" .l.. Owner .1 --1-.1-1 Qi-Qi Mike Sharm 326 6th Street Perry, OK 73077 -- 336-2136 ... 1,- .-11-1 fiIIiiHHiiiiiiiill.iIIIi!IiIHiHiii!iQ Hlllllllllilllllll llllllllllllliillll "1' LIARRVS Beswetr coasm, Coast Perry Plaza Shopping Center Phone 336-5420 Perry, Oklahoma 73077 Home Owned and 212 E. Oklahoma Operated 282-4420 . Ia ma 044 J. I. CHDSSFIELD CHEVROLET CD laware Perry, Oklahoma 336-2273 .i-.il .igqi-1 .ill ,iii- .ill .,. .i-- ..i1...1l ..-.....i-.- .,,.1..1-1-1 donaldson 8: gahn 3 LUMBER DEALERS Telephone 336-2295 Perry, Oklahoma 73 ' 296- 336-2297 ..l..-1.1 iil.. ll-1 .-1,111 1,..i..1-- ..1..i-11 .1...-11 ..1i.l-- .--1.1-1 .lili- ..i1..1 III ,i..,.1.-1 l1 IIIHINH W lllllllllllllllllll Illllllllllllllllll HEPPLER'S MACHINE SHOP AI and Tony Heppler 323 Cedar Perry, Okla. 73077 405-336-9607 336-9865 Arc and Heli Arc Welding 121!2 " Hollow Spindle Lathe General Farm and Oil Field Repair - 24 Hour Service FARMER 'S 0'0PEB.4 TIVE EXE AN E' Feed - Seed - Fertilizer - Grain Petroleum - L.P. Gas - Custom Feedmill Custom Seedcleaner "Owned by Those We Serve" Coyle Perry fygnzafzmf I l l lultl Cor-'em 5 PLY STAINLESS STEEL COOKWARE MID-CONTINENT PERMANENT COMPANY PERRY .?hi'il ol nan glib PLUMBING CO., INC. "i"T.'I2.'?g.f1'?"' SH EP ARD -1 REFRIGERATION 336-4665 d g P.o. sox aes 626 Cedar P v Perry, Oklahoma 73077 of course FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY PERRY, OKIFDAHOMA The Perry Daily Journal RANUHWEBR IIIUIIXIIXIIMIM1 mII1IAM HIIHHIIHWI Carpentrynancl Concrete JIM LEMON 336-3316 P.O. Box 1024 Perry, OK 73077 JIM SOULEK SANDY souLEK W I Perry Lumber Company, Inc. ,HQ C: BUILDING MATERIALS -INDUSTRIAL - RESIDENTIAL I , I K.: P.O B 48 201 Sixth P y OK 73077 i-- 44051336-4442 SHOP AT -- ST CLFlIR'S Fon NAME BRAND MERCHANDISE ' ---- aaa-2252 3... St. Clair's Montgomery Ward 1Seles Agencyl son cedar, Perry, on 13011 .. Plumbing - Electric ..-. Air Conditioning - Heating ,,.-J Maytag Sales and Service -ll -ll .-i- bl., -li. 1-lit.. q DAYLIGHT DONUTS Bob and Jeannetta Denton Perry, Oklahoma Telephone 336 2740 Jen-Air - Thermador 610 Cedar, Perry, Oklahoma 336-9411 Q.. .1 i. ..-..- iilllllllliiiliililll IIIIIIIHIIIIIJHII W-V' L' 'lk .1 41. i 'l I XX . Qu' WAS WililllllllHll1lHlllHHHlllHH"' 2' HIE Off QE WUC 282 5174 Smith ilhineral Mums Ray, Bob, Bobby Smith TH FIRST E, OKLAHOMA 73044 40 ' zo U LICENSED GUTHRIE BONDED '- WALLAR'S AUTO PARTS GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA 73044 LM Phone 282-6276 Open 7 Days a Week 1 14 NORTH WENTZ lllllli5lllllllllllllllllllllillIIIIIJH1 lllllllllllllllllil lllllllllllllllllil --7. l pl -1-1 1-il--.. .l Ii? ! WMN ERA1. --- HOME '-+'- Gui-:Rua OKLAHOMA -.... Manford .... Max E. Warren ... 282-2578 ---- J. w., Sue,a dJ h Alt h THE WARREN ........ M ONUME NT -i- Ph 282 3131 CQMPANY -1 ME MORIALS off e Phone 1606 s D 282 3220 Guthrie, Okl 73044 '-1'-' 'thx f ' 321 S. Division ..... A A BLUE-JAY "-8 - CAR WASH , --t f- ' ' ""'x' automatic Car Wash S Five Self-Service Bays -- -R Eig'iw::lil:08l1'l J I 104 W. Oklahoma . sonugtll Guthrie t ' O 'U "2 CLASS RINGS BY " ' XAUOM ART cAnvEo 4 1 R .lah JOHNS JOSTEN S DAYLIGHT Wh DoNuTs M555 wtf .fiilllillllllillillll llllillllilililllll liilllllllllllliill llWlll1liiliHlll"" GUMERSDN The Daily Grind INSURANCE ""i,':.f.::CE" AGENCY me Gregg "ALL KINDS OF INSUR , Guthrie, Okla. 282-0427 BILL KNIGHT CHEVROLET INC 101 EAST HARRISON GUTHRIE, OK 73044 BILL KNIGHT Bus. Phone 282-01 Dealer OKC 340-66 81 ACTON'S Furniture - Carpet - Appliances GUTHRIE D. G. COKER TRUCKING Q Rt. 6, Box 457 Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044 14051 282-1885 Night 282-4960 Sand - Topsoil - Gravel llllllllillllllllllUiiiiioiiioiieioiiiiiilll Iii '"llllllIll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllll Feed the A81M Way . . . CHEROKEE E ON STILLWATER MILLING STRIP COMPANY 405 - 372-3455 P.O. BOX 392 STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA 74074 Gas and Grocery JAMES HENDERSON 24 Hours Area Manager OFFICE Nicki Harris - Manager 214 Bil'Ch 1405, 336-2168 I-35 Bc 77junction 336-3371 Res. 336-2858 PERRY, OK 73077 Bill Mike Scott Iohnson TANK TRUCK Sr DOZER SERVICE INC. Phone C4051 336-3501 Rt. 1 Box 11 Perry, OK 73077 I II ii. BIG J TANK TRUCK - Perry as CHIHPPSU, Wayne 5, 71 'T Bit-gket, 56616, 66 CHEROKEE STRIP EXXON - Perry as - Bircket, Rosetta 3, 5, 27, 94 CHERYL'S HAIR DESIGN - Perry 31 ? Blansetry Billy 34, 55, 49 CROssErELD,j. 1., CHEVROLET - Perry 81 I A-1 TYPEWRITER - Guthrie 92 Blansotty Tinker 39 COAST TO COAST - Perry and Guthrie 81 ACTON'S FURNITURE - Guthrie 87 BLUEJAY CAR WASH .. Guthrie 86 COKER, D. G., TRUCKING - Guthrie 87 1 Adkisson, Rhonda 20, 21, 45, 68 Bode, Dorothy 54, 55 Cook, Ricky 22, 46, 56 I Aldridge, Mike 21, 72, 73 36665566666 52, 49, 51, 65 C6616 Todd 2, zo, 21, 48, so, 51, 95 '-I Andrews, Kevin 16, 24, 48, 57, 64, 68 Bode, Machel 7, 32 COTTERAL'S FURNITURE - Guthrie 90 l Andrews, Richard 19, 66 Bode, Stewod 56, 51, 65 COUNTRY PRIDE STYLE SALON - - Andrews, RiCkY 7, 19, 46' 73, 94 Bowden, Brett 21, 46, 47, 56, 71 Mulhall 77 Anfhis, Christine 24- 25- 48, 51, 51 64 EOZARTH PHOTOGRAPHY - Guthrie 92 CREATIVE COLORS - Guthde 90 ' Anthis,jennifer 5, 40 Bradshaw, Summer 63 CROSSROADS CHRONICLE - Mulhall 77 3 THE AUTOMOTIVE - Perry 24 Broom, Amy 12 Cunningham, Frank 2, 24, 25, 48 i Brewer, Angel 26, 27, 62, 64 CYPhe'51Ch'i5fY 7' 50' 31' 49- 51165 Brewer,john 22, 70, 94 Cyphers' Dfiana 5 i Brower, Ricky 26, 27 Cyphers, Elizabeth 66 i Burgess, William Uuniorj 27, 69 CYPhffS,Juffm 43' 94 3 Burgess, Kristy 21, 45, 73 Cyphers' Winter 45 Burgess, Nedra 5, 39, 94 3 Backus, Susie 21, 67, 68 Burgess, Roxanna 43 3 Ballingffy Billy 1, 24, 66, 68 BUSHA'S BOUTIQUE - Perry 42 Ballingerhlerry 42, 43 Bussardy Beth 5, 381 39, 95 if Ballinger, Teri 43 Bussard, Dennis 3, 5, 27, 48 3 Bafbffy A1150 43 BuSSafdJffi 34, 55, 49 Daffem, Tom 19. 56, 67 - Barker'-Jennifer 36' 57 Bussard, Sarah 5, 38, 39 QI, Barker, Staci 3, 27 Bussard, Shanna 40 3' E31 gfggld 421 Bussard, Stephanie 2, 27, 51, 55, 64 """ Bernay, Gabriel 7, 32, 51 in Bernay,johnnie Mae 3, 26, 27, 55 3 5 '15 Bernay, Sonya 43, 95 it Betchan, Eddie 22, 56, 61, 63 Betchan,johnny 10, 12, 13, 14, 56, 60, 61, 63,94 '-" Beuchaw, Heather 4, 36 C8LD OIL FIELD SERVICE - Orlando 76 i. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIHHIH. T!T!!!!!!!! !!!! !!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I Lloyd Brown 1010 7th, BOX 107 Perry, Oklahoma 73077 MEYER BROTHERS r " 405-336-4444 D I .- 93atEe-t-Btuum ,- 9 Z, 2 Camden Way - wma OVOM Perry, Oklahoma 73077 "ThoughU'ulness" 1 Don 455-2451 ,. Dale 336-9288 " Monuments O a ' Burial Insurance " MDL, " Pre-Need Trust fff' 4 l e-ruff" 2, , +1 ' 7 -4,-rr'F'--, - - ... 'L rw S "Y" T ' THE DAILY GRIND - Guthrie 87 Edwards, Billy 18, 19, 56, 61, 67 FLASCH MARSHA, DAMON LUMEER - Guthrie 90 Endevoers, David 25, 66 MARY KAY COSMETICS Daniels, jean 29, 78 Endevoers, Reda 85 Flascht Renee 56 DAVIS FUNERAL HOME - Guthrie 86 Endevoets, Veda 17. 19, 53 Flaafhr Sljafon 21, 481 Slr 621 67, Dawson, Debbie 19, 29, 94 ESM, Sally 19, 72, 73 FOSTER S CORNER DRUG - Perry Day,jaylene 20, 21, 45 Estus, Shane 1, 22, 46, 51, 56 FWY- Clafence Dayhjeff 5 59, 94 Evans, Elliot 4, 56, 37 Fray, Mika 46 D,,,J9,, 2, 16, 24, 25 EXCHANGE BANK - Perry so Ffl2a,fl,,f,Ijfa 60, 61, 65, 70 D , - 30, 49, 69 FUR RE OUTLET D2H,',Z:f,ce 8 AND AUCTION - Perry DAYLIGHT DONUTS - Guthrie 86 DAYLIGHT DONUTS - Perry 84 Del-Ierrera, David 5 Descher,jamey 42, 43 F C l 4 Descher,jeremy 40, 41 F2522 D25 5 27 63 L' DlET CENTER - Guthrie 90 Fagan: Phillip 1 6, 32 Gallaway, Chad 42 1 Dixon, Steven 22 Fagan, -I-my 43 Gallaway,jamie 4, 36, 37, DONALDSQN AND YAHN - Perry 81 FARMERS CO,ODERAeI-IVE Gallaway,,IulIe I DOWIIS, Kflll 21, 45, 51, 52, 55, 59, 69, 95 4 Perry 82 Glbggn, Ver-lene Dawaar KSmFfflY 22, 231 484 51: 55, 59 FARMERS STORE - Mulhall 77 Galayr Dawavaf .- D9W"Sf MSF' fr 28- 39- 95 FASHION PLUS - Guthrie 91 Golayr Kayla Dffskflf Em'lY 56 Fillmore, Mike 19, 44, 46, sz, 56, 60, 61 Galayr Stacy 24, 25, 57164, 71' DrIskel,jason 7, 30, 65 Fillmore, Nancy 67 Golay, Troy 21, 46, 47, 'l Ig'iZkiI'JPT'l 25 51 59 Fillmore, Trey 24, 48, 57, 64, 95 GOLD SPOT MILK .. U 2 - " 'C 1 Y I FIRST NATIONAL BANK - Perry aa guflfkr SEO? 27, ig- 22, FIRST STATE BANK - Guthrie 93 ' "' uncanr "an r r I - Fiehhurh, Betty 66 qi Duncan, Greg 18, 19, 46, 52, 56, 60, 61, 67 Fishbumjoey 2,,2,, 71 -1 Duncazjuf 67 Fishburri, Susie 5, 27, 48, 51, ss, 62, 64 unn' ym la 29 Fitzpatrick, Holly 51 '1 Fitzpatrickhjuanita 66 1. Fitzpatrick,juli 2 Fitzpatrick, Michael 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 46, 56, 60, I 61, 63, 95 -- Edmondson, Sheila 25. 51 71 Fitzpatrick, Reba 66 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! llllllllllllllillll lllllllllllllllllll CREATI 0LOR Paint - Wallcoverings - Supplies Contractor Prices 0 Custom Colors Mike A Mary Beth Savory E FINE FURNITURE SENSIBLY PRICED 405!282-1468 123 West Harrison 14053 282-4162 GUihri0,0kInhoma 73044 124 NORTH FIRST STREET, GUTHRIE, OKLA. 73044 ONNATUELKNG ,695 DAMON LUMBER CO. DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL 101I!2 S. Second Phone Guthrie. OK 73044 I405l 282-7667 Marlene Whitlock Corner First and Cleveland Guthrie, Okla. Sherri Whitlock Gorrell, Casey 22, 46, 56 Harman, Kathy 38 Graef, BJ. 27, 71 HARMAN'S GARAGE - Orlando 78 Gtaef, Belinda 40, 71 Harrell, Leona 8, 45 Gtaef, Matt 35, 49 Harrell, Marriya 5,-40, 95 Gmef, Tiffany 33, 39 HARRELL'S TRENCHING SERVICE - JCPenney - Guthrie 32 Graham, Melissa 5, 43 Orlando 76 jack, Becky 16, 27, 69 Graham, Michael 40, 68 Harris, Stacey 1, 2, 9, 16, 67, 70, 94 Jack, Dee Dee 34, 35 GUMMERSON INSURANCE - Guthrie sv Harris- Todd 8 jaclejirh II, 46, 56, 57,61 GUTI-IRIE DAILY LEADER - Guthrie 93 Haffis- Wendi 16- 17- 19- 55- 54- 55- 58- 59 Jack, Larry 20, 21, 46, 56, 61- 67 Hemingway, Terri 29, 62 ject, Chastity 34, 35 Henke, Marty 45 Jeet,J, 40 Henke, Michelle 13, 21, 45, 52, 54, ject, Rocky 34, 35 55- 58- 59- 69- 95 JELSMA ABSTRACT - Guthrie 39 Henkf- Pamela 11- 15- 15- 69- 75- 94 jrhkirrujehhifr-r 34, 35, 95 Henke, Rochelle 2, 3, 25, 51, 55, 64, 71 ' H 81 CARPET CENTER - Gufhfiff 26 HEPPLERS MACHINE sHoP - Perry az 19' 46' 47' 56' i1g6Ky1 Z2 Hafnef- 511511 74- 75 Hermann-JHC0b 45 JEROIQIHS TRENCHING - OIISDAOY va Hafilef, Michael Hermann, Kgleb 40 Hafner, Valerie 13, 21, 46, 47, 48, He,-tin, B,-ian 15, 73 JOHN DEERE J Mulhall 74 50' 585 59- 63' 80 Heskett, David 14 Johnsonhjoe 36, 37, 94 Haggard-Joanna 7 Hilburn, Charles 5, 27 Johnson, Mat-ia 6, 32, 65 Hag-2311-519511 22116195 Hilbum. Ronnie 34. 35 juhrrsoh, Shelly 2, 16, 24, 5I, 55, 64, 95 Hanes' Troy 4' 36' 57 Hood, Mark 22, 46, 51, 94 jones, Caroline 28 Harman, Braclley 6, 32, 65 Hopfer, Chris 22, 46, 56 Jones, Shelly 10, 12, 13, 15, 44, 46, 59, 78, 86 1121111311-Cafflf 5- 58- 59 Hopt'er,jiII 7, 27, 48, 51, 55, 64, 94 Harman,jason 5, 39 Hopfer, Km 43, 95 Hopkins, Brian 7, 19, 73, 94 Hopkins, Danny 7, 36, 37, 68 Hopkins, Mike 1, 23 HOMESTEAD HEIRLOOMS - Mulhall 77 , Howard, Darin 16 21, 46, 47, 67, 95 Kafnsr Lf""5 30' 31 Huff, Kyla 24, 25, 48, 51, 55, 62, 64, 75 Kfffh- B'llY 39 11' 15' 46 Hunt, Beverly 11 12, 13, 15, 69, 94 Kmh' Sean , 25149 KENNEMER SHOES - Guthrie 18 KINCAID'S CAFE - Mulhall 75 , llli llllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli lllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllll GOLDSPOT "'1a"1n"iv"1n"1v' v!"vI"1P"1l"1!"s!"f - 'G 7 . . F ASHIO PLU 'F 's A Specializing in Large Sizes for women. ff Sizes is to 52 -14W no 24W ,, Ia Monday - Saturday 9:00 - 5:30 ,I PAT ANGLIN, OWNER "1 . 113 W. Harrison 282-7304 4 3 GUTHRIE 7 ' 3 1 11' DfD gKS3QK2Qi5 x . DAIRY ,was JOI'll'l HBPPIGI' j Kindschi, Betty 66 LARRY'S BESTYET - Perry 81 MID-CONTINENT PERMANENT - Kindschi, Christine 73 Leach, Amy 3, 5, 26, 27, 48, 51, 55, 64 Perry Kindschi, Kelli 28, 36, 37 Leach, Calvin 8 Miller, Charlie Klingaman, Karl 8 Leach, Cody 40 Monroe, Heather 17 Klingaman, Troy 8, 78 Leach, Lance 22, 46, 56, 61, 63, 67 MONTGOMERY WARD - Perry KNIGHT, BILL, CHEVROLET - Guthrie 87 LEMONJIM, CARPENTRY - Perry 84 Moss, Alicia 3, 27 Knight, Mandy 40, 41, 95 Lorance, Wayne 5, 7, 9, 16, 67, 94 Moss, B.j. 38, Knight, Michelle 34, 35, 49 LUSTER REALTY AND Moss,jef1' Knott, Daniel 3, 14, 46, 73, 94 AUCTION CO. - Perry 80 Moss, Shawn Knott, Dennis 24, 25, 48, 51, 57 Knott, Donald 7, 23, 30, 49, 51,65 Knott, Evelyn 66 Knopfel, Becky 23, 48, 55, 59, 95 Koch, Angela 2, 25, 48, 51, 55, 64 Koch, Genelle 2, 22, 51, 54, 55, 58, 59, 63, 67, 95 M - S d 8 . K0Ch'Ge0ff'eV 507 491 51' 6167 Ii? ra 5, ii, 55, higlll 5 19 46 47 72 73 Koch, Gina 16,17,19, 53, 55 Manin Luke I Y 40 N b 'ld K . . ' ' ' ' ' ' Koch Greg 18 19 46 47 56 57 . ' ew 0 ' "sue 515' 2150- 61,81 7191 95 ' ' ' ' ' ' Martin, Matthew 32, 51 Newbold, Melanie, 32, 51, K MKSOH, Derek 8 Newbold, Stephanie 22 51 och,jay 34, 35, 49 . ' . MCAnally, Anya 5, 40 Nicholas, Larry 7, 16, 28, 55, 57,64 65 Kolb, Micah 2 , ' ' MCAn2lly, Charley 36 Nickels Nate 7 30 49 65 Kolb, Samuel 13, 14, 73 M ' ' ' ' ' , cAnally, Shawn 2, 17, 25, 51,94 Nunley,jaCk 19, 46, 56 73 Kolb, Sm' 20 McBlair Calvin 7 50 31 51 65 ' ' KOUNTRY KITCHEN - Orlando 76 Mcmair' Dolly ' 20' 21 68' 94 Krohn, Brian 6, 32,65 Mcmair' ' ' ' ,joshua 38, 39 Krohn, Larry 25, 57, 64, 68 McManam y, Amber 40, 94, 95 G 11 17' 22 23, 66 - ' 41 MErri1l,Rhonda ut "C 5 40 4, OKLAHOMA STATE BANK - Mulhall Merrill, Scott 7, 30, 65 Oldenburg'-Jeff 36, 37, Me er, Bobbie 40, 41 Oldenburg-Jollne 41 Y I v Larman, Apdrey 7, 32, 49, 51, 65 MEYER BROS. O LONG S - OIIHHCIO Larman, Gary 29 DIRT CONTRACTORS - Perry 89 Ompallgh, Paul 23, 28, 50, 51, 94, Larman, Monty 6, 38, 39, 95 Meyer,jacquie 11, 12, 14, 51, 62, 69, 73 Orr, Gayelea 8, 45, Larman, Wray 66 Meyer,jr. 66, 95 ORR, PHILIP, ELECTRIC - Guthrie .Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll... A-1 TYPEWRITER SERVICE 282-5553 n- '-'fw' . "l' Il Ti-'Q ' f W For Sales ol IBM , P1 Typowritoro and Supplies - L 1 4 Call , . - UNITED svsrslvls Pfffffffffufffflf 523-2162 1 CBOZGA KI' H - Edmond: 348-9747 301 East Springer CPHOTOGRACPH Y - Jerry Mitchell Guthrie, on 1:5044 ,,, ,,,, - vlczrou MALI, 202 wmsr HARRISON ,,, CAM. 282-8282 - Ortega, Michael 5, 6, 7, Schwandfv EVelYn 66 1 Ortega, Michelle 7, SEARS - Guthrie 23 - Sears, Dody 27 Sears, Shane 32 'V' RALPH'S PACKING CO. - Perkins 75 Segura, Leticia 8, 45 Ramsey,-less 23, 29, 95 Segura, Tina 24, 25, 55, 67 T Raupe, Dick 8, 94 Shafer, Chasity 4, 37 -7 . Raupe, Ruth 12, 15, 29, 52, 70, 94 Shafer, Kelli 18, 19, 44, 52, 55, 54, -r PadS5"J"5"n 5, Redman, Anthony 5, 38, 39 55, 58, 59, 63, 86 - Padgett' Shafla 30- 51 Redford, Trina 8 SHEPARD REER1GERAT1oN - Perry 82 PANTHER PLAYHOUSE - Mulhall Reece, Ray 32 Shoffnen Alicia 40 7 PARKER-BROWN FUNERAL HOME - Reece, Rhonda 23, 71 Shoffm, Ve,o,,,C, 5, 40 - Perry Reece, Rochelle 27 Shook,jennifer 7, 35 Payne' B255 581 Resneder, Dorothy 16, 28, 43 Shrum, Anthony 34, 35 t 40 41 Richards, Lenr 2, 8, 45, 85, 86 gl':rum,IS:1el:cy 10, 15, 14, 16, 55, 58, 59, 63, 69 - ' ' ' ' Richards, Mark 3, 18, 19, 46, 52, 56, 57, i vers, ar 37 ,- PERRY DAILYJOURNAL - Perry 61, 65, 67, 95 Silvers, Rodney 5, 22, 23, 46, 50, 51, 94, 95 PERRY I-UMBPP COMPANY - Pfffy Ritter, Steve 5, 14, 46, 75, 85, 94 SMITH FUNERAL HOME - Gnrhne 85 "' PERRY PLl.JMBING COMPANY - Perry Robemjeff 22, 46, 56, 61 Snow, Dam 8, 8, - Pfvewy Apfll 241 25- 481 511 521 55- 64 Rohene, Mike 16, 25, 55 snow, Daryl 22, 51, 59, 68, 95 1 Pevfto' Geoff 1' 481 611 671 95 Roberts, Tim 25, 51 Snow, Pat 7, 28 1 Pfefffer' Matthew 42 Robinson, Marsha 2, 8, 85 Snow, Roy 1, 5, 8, 9, 67 1 Pfefffffr 535515 521 491 51- 65 Rothermel, Denise 25, 48, 51, 52, 59 s'r. CLAIR'S - Perry 84 ., P95505 Kfm 201 Rorherrnel, Lori 5, 41, 95 Spaulding, J. D. 5, 11, 13, 14, 46, 94 4 mfnce' Bn?" 41 Rothermel, Tonya 3, 18, 19, 44, 48, 50, Spaulding, Mary 6, 28, 41 " Prince, Cl'l1'lSIy 5, 27, 51, 55, 62 51, 52, 59, 94 Spggldingy Rebekah 30, 51, 65 2 Pffncef Glenda sreder, Tracie 22, 25, 51, 95 ,- Pfmfer RUSW 61 521 sT1LLwATER MILL - Perry 88 Stoddart, Harriet 17, 18, 29, 45 "' ' Sylvester, Shanon 36, 37 , V - Q. 5 Sylvester, Stacey 25, 51, 52, 55, 64 X gi, . 5 scheming, C' Rb 30, 49, 51 Sylvester, Stephanie 21, 45, 54, 55, 59, 69 j 2 I J J X X i K I sehrn1ed1nner,Gin4 12 -- ,Rl - 4 Schmiedbauer, Hayley 30, 51,65 ? Schmiedbauer, Shelley 25 Q lllllllllllllllI1lIlllI, llHUllllllllllllllllllllllllll f f f f 1 1 I GUTHKE4 JA L Q OKLAHOMA'S FIRST DAILY NEWSPAPER POST OFFICE BOX 879 107 WEST HARRISON - GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA 73044 t teB nk AND TRUST COMPANY PO. BOX 520, CUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA 73044 - 405!282-0470 Van Vranken, Ron 9, 10, 29, 54, 55, Wray, Tgmmy 38 56, 59, 61, 67, 95 Vaughn, Becky 11, 13, 15, 9, 73 Vaughn, Kim 22, 23, 51, 67, 77 T3Yl0fr DCWSYUC Zr 25, 95 Vaughn, Shelly 17, 30 Taylor, Mike 7, 32 Taylor, Renae 3, 27 Taylor, Roland 5, 26, 27, 48, 94 YOSY, Peggy 5, 29 Taylor, Tim 7, 35, 49 TBLL RANCHWEAR - Perry 83 Terry, Geri 22, 23, 51 , Terry, Sandy 6, 32, 51, 65, 94 Wade' Connelly ,ig,2f5,2g,'X,Q Thomason, Brandy 34' 55 Wade, Lavonna 10, 13, 14, 44, 48, 52, 53, Thomas, Clanfy , 7, 50, 51. 49-6167 65, 74, vs, ss, 94 Zimmer, Nadine zo, 21, 45, 51, 52, 55, 59, 69, 95 Thfofkmofwn, Nevflyn 28- 34 WALLER'S AUTO PARTS - Guthrie ss ""i Toepfer, Loran 2, 29,70 Wamplen Andy 38, 39 -l,-, TYIUT David 12, 15- 56 Wampler, Sam 6, 32, 48, 49, 65 Tyler, Sffvfn 21 51r 57' 64 WARREN MONUMENT - Guthrie se WATERBED ROOM - Stillwater 39 l" Watters, Chress 21, 45, 52, 70, 95 1... Watters, Sarah 6, 30, 49, 51, 65, 95 Weinkauf,janet 22, 46, 51, 59 -l' UNITED CO,Op .. Mulhall 76 Weinkauf, Mike 3, 12, 13, 15, 46, 69, 73,95 --l WESTERN AUTO - Perry 37 White, Gladys 29, 53, 85 WHITE'SJEWELRY - Guthrie 86 Van Vranken, Amy 16, 54, 49, 94 Wise, Lori 16, 24, 25, 75 Van Vranken,jennifer 5, 38, 39, 94 Wise, Stacey 20, 21, 45, 51, 62, 69 A Wiss, Colby 5, 39, 67, 94, 95 Wiss, Ryan 34, 35, 49, 67 Witt, Mike 77 J WITT'S PHOTOGRAPHY - Perry 83 - I I Wooten, Donna 85 Wooten, Gladys 66 Wray, Marcus 42, 43 Lt leveled Our athletes won a total ol 174 an record and off an an one a sullen rrst black Miss Vanessa crown- atet dethroned Penthouse publisher ifme some uc- Victory more donated to the restora- tion of the Statue of Liberty Rock singer Prince. with his less innocent persona pulsated his way into the limelight with his hir album Pur e Rain and box office hir movie by the same KI! E America held SKS breath as the anonymous Balgiykliae lived through surpery which replaced her underdeveloped heart with a baboon heart The premature infant made medical history by living., 42 days longer than any previous patient with a heart transplant lrom an animal William Schroeder. at 52. lx-came the second man ever to be lined with an artificial heart. Within days ot' his operation he was listed as "satisfactory," and he demonstrated how well he was feeling hy drinking beer for 'reporters at hislirsrinrcrview. f, I ' ' pressed countries of the third world were racked with disaster. ln Mexico City an explosion at a liquidrgas storage facility located next to an overcrowded slum killed over 450 people, India, still recovering alter the brutal assassination ol' their leader lntlira Gandhi. became the sire of the worst in- dustrial accident in history. In Bhopal. at a Union Carbide Plant, lethal white gas steeped from a tank, killing over 2,500 and leav' ro 100.000 maimetitfhe entire cominenthof Africa en' fdiirccl the worst lamine in their history. Vast droughrsstarved crops. livestock and people. With whole popularionsiin danger ofextinctinn. popular rocksingers assembled a supergroup with the idea ol making a record to raise money for the famine vic- tims. Thirtyeight rockers, including Boy George. Duran Duran and Police helped in the Band Aid proiect and released a single entitled "Do They Know lt's Christmas." if 0 The lam page ol A yearbook ir wuxm. always saw good-hye Alter our seventeen xt-nxors gmduarc. on May 17, 1985. rr new class or senmrs wrll rake their place. Arul rhu followmg War another tlas ol kxmlergarteners will yrgn away rhrrrecn yeary uf their lwes when rher enroll. lint rhrs prrat school year. August. WM. to May. 1085, wrll never he .tgarn Tornado rlrrll evacuarrnns. the Hand lfollues and even skipping school wrll never he exact- ly as rt was, You Lan never rrde the hun. hear Mr. llzrrrrx' welunne speech. eat livelynk Crnnamrm rolls, or make a home ec. garment lor the lirxt rlme ever agarn You may never march as well in the Mulhall Celehrarron. strug- gle as hard over a geomerry pruhlern or share as many secrets on rhe Vo- Tech hus. You can never re-shout rhar last second basket, unsay any hateful remarks.o1 share rhe same orange wrth a lrrend at noon. Whar rs Important though, rs rhar you look hack. years from now. und say with a srnrle. "l have no regretsf --lidxror .css ., ni' N ar ,Mya ww, Il A N w M. .- f v 9 , ,,, ,,, 'fr 1w fa,-ferry ,agua ,5.m,ys,g2 gl. N' 1' wr 25 , .4 Jax. w . fu W, am ,wiv Wad: Autographs


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