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

 - Class of 1986

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51 - y SI EH midi ,Mi The PA THER I Editor Kelli Shafer: Greg Duncan: Photographer Wendi Harris: Staff: Veda Endevoets Gina Koch Patrick Jerome Mark Richards Kelli Downs Chress Watters Nadine Zimmer Advisor Gladys White: Hey Greg, how would you like to go for a spin in that nice car out front? Sure! Who wouldnlt? IT'S A CLASSIC! Hold on while I grab my camera. This is something worth taking pictures of. Wait a minute. Wherever you're going, you'll need a map! And we've got just the map. TABLE OF CONTENTS Student Life Administration Seniors High School Grade School Organizations Sports This CLASSIC will certainly be remembered in the history of Mulhall'Orlando Schools in Mulhall and Orlando. Oklahoma. it The 1985-86 yearbook staff dedicates this year's book to our devoted friend and teacher, Mrs. Ruth Raupe. Mrs. Raupe has taught English at Mulhall- Orlando for four years. During these last years, she has put up with speech club, seniors, NHS, and many, many plays, Through all of this, she has managed to hold on to her sanity, which is a major accomplishment in itself. The yearbook staff would like to wish Mrs, Raupe many more happy years to come. 1 A Spring IQBCHII 1 Tonya Rothermel lreporterl Teresa Koch and Greg D ln May, when seniors graduate, it always seems to be the final act of the school year. When the Seniors of '85 graduated they not only closed a chapter of their lives but also opened the door to the underclassmen beneath them, waiting for their chance to be "TOP DOG." if,- , iw l il ij , Wade Mark Hood Rodney Silvers Trey Fillmore Julie Brian Duncan Denise Rothermel Genelle Koch Rc Henke Kim Downs Becky Knopfel Angela Koch Kyla Many changes take place around the school in those last slow months. Roy McNeill, Joey Fishburn, Larry Jack, and David Endevoets sit in the teacher's workroom that the boys remodeled. Past School Superintendant Roy Snow drives the bulldozer on the soon-to-be parking lot for students and faculty. lt was later graveled and is now located on the north side ofthe school. Two of the biggest happenings at the end of school are awards assembly and ordering Junior class rings. Billy Mike Edwards receives one of his awards from Mrs. Raupe. Michelle Henke, Stephanie Sylvester, Sharon Flasch, and Valerie Hafner are having a tough time deciding which ring to buy. 1 ff! I Taffy f gy 'N rf, Aft ,V 'wr ". 'N-...aw Y 3 Closing Out the T85 M odels TOP RIGHT: Michelle Henke Z3 went all out for the junior dunk- ing board. No one every said she didn't have style. RIGHT: Rhonda Adkisson and Susie Backus stayed pretty close to the ice cream during their shift at the concession stand. CENTER: Billy Mike Edwards and Mike Fillmore kept the bingo stand running for the seniors both nights of the fair. BOTTOM LEFT: Jason Driskel was one of the seventh graders who participated in the turtle race. CENTER: Becky Jack and Rosetta Bircket are getting hyped for the sponges at the eighth grade booth. BOTTOM RIGHT: Sarah Watters referees the cupcake-eating race be- tween Staci Barker and Shauna Peretto. , 444 ' 'gifx , fffaa my . If :X 1 .lgfs ll . 3 Z i 'Q 'Q '-L s U, , Q ' is H , f M-og. U-. - , ,-5... , 1, 'Q .. , 5 Y ' 'Q .. .4-"wr it . J., . Am' A J . - . .x 1- . ' . ' V. Y , v 5' 1, . Q -. ' .". . A . N- 1 C Q.. x ,:.e.:fi K 1. 'K A ,, :nyii 5 2 5 .9 V - , J .e X uv I A S 1 ,, na, X' i ' 'QQ f uf . . .-5' Sus ension Grade school students have many activities to keep them on the go and in suspense. RIGHT: Hayley Schmiedbauer receives a sleek, com- pact trophy from the Lions Club at sixth grade graduation for her achievements throughout the year. BELOW: Geoffrey Koch, sixth grade valedictorian, on his way to becoming another Lee lacocca. CENTER: Kindergarten girls Summer Bradshaw, Jackie Srader, Melissa Graham, Chapelle Henderson, and Amber Miller assemble blocks during free time. BOTTOM: Carrie Hopfer and Matthew Pfeiffer know the route to take to improve reading skills. -'TH Y is P 1 ' ' Avril Y- 11' ' 'iwlfg 'S Mi ' 'U , 1 -f 'H' A ' ' 4 Z' , , - 1 - .. , , f up f il E . r f , n 1 LEFT: Plenty of leg room. QAudrey Larman and Sarah Pfeifferl BELOW: The grade school building features the latest in window coverings, thanks to Mr. Toepfer and Richard Andrews, who painted the shades this last summer. ,T-., iv - 25 I Q T T Bradley Harman testing the new educational games for Tim Roberts, Tim Taylor and Michael Payne in hot pur- maneuverability. suit of good books to read. GRADE SCHOOL CANDID 7 Superior Performances ' ' "Pig Out on Books" was the theme of a month-long contest held at the elemen- tary school . . . and that's ex- actly what the students did! A goal was set for each classroom to see how many books they could read, and there were also personal goals which were rewarded with small prizes such as bookmarkers, pencils, and book bags. On March 24 a special parade was held to celebrate the end of this educational contest, Students dressed as their favorite characters or little piglets and were judged by classes. Mrs. Daniels' fifth graders won first for best costumes and were, of course, in "hog heaven!" BELOW: The truest test of performance was in the costumes of Louis Karns and Donald Knott. 8 PIG OUT ON BOOKS it 523 TOP RIGHT: Fourth graders chose to be robots for parade day. Control panel driven are Amy Van Vranken, Jeri Bussard, Brandy Thomason, Michelle Knight, and Dorothy Bode. "I .- 'syr ABOVE: Sarah Watters' 4-wheel drive is able to haul up to three tons of books. ...J N K lg, t 9 'D Q '. . 7? lad," A-1T"",l2ir,,"f wiv? if my , r r 'Hifi' 0,3 , 3.3 sifitslk.- CENTER: Dwayne Golay and Wayne Campbell shift to neutral while Matthew Pfeif- fer checks his chassis. CENTER: Mrs. Spaulding's first graders Mandy Knight, Shanna Bussard, Anya McAnally, Joline Oldenburg, Kaleb Hermann, Rhonda Merrill, Travis Perrin, J. J. Jeet, Marriya Harrell, and Brian Prince display their totally new, highly advanced design as they sing their "Pig Out on Books" song. BOTTOM: Third graders put up their tops and ease on down the road. These "human books" are Emily Driskel, Jamie Gallaway, Chasity Shafer, and Jeff Oldenburg. BOTTOM CENTER: Luke Martin and student teacher Mr. Lannan take a quick spin around town. TOP LEFT: MIDASIZE IT!!! lSteve Tyler, Rodney Silvers, Geoff Peveto, and Shawn McAnallyl CENTER: Mr. Lorance sets the cruise control on these high performance kindergarteners. lTeri Ballinger, Justin Cyphers, Melissa Graham, and Chad Gallawayl CENTER RIGHT: Mrs. Snow's second graders have their engines warmed up and they're ready to go. Uason Harman, Misti Downs, Bryce Payne, and Carrie Harmanl BOTTOM: The kindergarteners move slowly up the assembly line. lAllen Barber, Chad Gallaway, Justin Cyphers, Winter Cyphers, Sonya Bernay, Rocky Burgess, Kari Hopfer, Mar- cus Wray, and Matthew Pfeifferl --Q...-tl PIG OUT ON BOOKS 9 fl 1 ,- git, E. . "- A lx K Y ll'- ' 2 i 10 is ' if ' 4 4' 2 aff? l TF lx .M 'A Q Q Q M Well, Daniel, aren't you going to ask me to dance? lSally Estus and Daniel Knottl Looking really sharp! lMark Richards, Mike Fillmore and Kelli Shaferj 10 The junior-senior prom, Special Olym- pics, graduation, the yearbook, and a new baby for Mrs. Dunn were special features that made our '84-85 school year a classic. "What now, Mom?" lApril Peveto and Greg Duncanl The banquet before the prom was full of excitement. owing 1 li ivy li Y I gs TOP LEFT: Special Olympics competitors were lfront rowl Charles Hilburn, Danny Hopkins, Wayne Campbell, Michale Graham, lback rowl Brian Hopkins, Ricky Andrews, and Mike Aldridge, TOP CENTER: The judge tells the group that Danny Wayne, and Michael are the three fastest runners in Area 05. CENTER LEFT: Hugs and Kisses to Lavonna Wade from Amy and Jenny Van Vranken at graduation. BELOW: The seventh grade class surprised Mrs. Dunn with a baby shower, iSusie Fishburn, Shelly Reese, Rosetta Bircket, Roland Taylor, Chris- ty Prince, and Mrs. Dunnl at 'T L ag -. , 1-4 , 1, .ab 'it as Hey great the yearbooks are in' lKelli Shafer Wendi Harris Sally Estus Gina Koch, and Veda Endevoetsl 11 I Horace Sprouse Superintendent f 1 . N.-nr' " g V' 1 X. 12 I " t , g r " M! V i L Z H A A .,,g!gA 'wig W M my WJ, IV. l ,i,,,fn X, Stacey Harris High School Principal 12 ADMINISTRATION X I 9 . .-..o , mg sd' 'fit W' Q. l K , ' A . M, 1,,,,, 1 My w 'I Q , Q. " lu --- Y, , 4, - A ,,.. i' .wal M 1 , ' -.--- vfvgabgr 'gs ,nk ..-.,, Q- ..J -I .,,, ,V A My use ' .N-......Q , V ,M , g I 1 --:ik Z ,,-.g l N 1 h.?,,,t ' T - fe F ,4......:3u-v-gf'9'5'f"' 'Hf:1"P5',. -' "'- - 'I - . ....,..,.., ,,,', ...,-'r--r., 'J ., . wi.- ,- or -'-T-,,, -- , I. rf'-P 'FQ--fri, - - A A. .A,-gnu . -n, 5, ww .gf ...a ' 'aiggi'-'X . . . W .A cv.. m'fG.,,,zt,,,.,-,,,g g A ,lr 7 atb-1 A r. rv .,,,,Y- J-.,- A n, -ici-.-,Q :':"1'2.3 av' Ari, . , ' "' eff... Yr-"'Q2' K' "" '- - - '. , 21--fn--.e-24-ig,zLcx. --.. .L .g.W,.,-: f, r- A major capital improvement this year was the lighting of th baseball field at the high school in Orlando. Walla ' b Board of Education Members of the board are lleft to right! Leona Harrell who operates the Kountry Kitchen in Orlandog Dr. Maurice Day, a veterinariang Karl Klingaman, who's a farmerg and Calvin Leach, a carpenter. The fifth member is Donald Bay, a farmer, who is seated at the far left on the judgesls stand. Mr. Bay was one of the judges at the elementary school "Pig Out on Books" parade. The other judges were Roy Snow, Jim Patterson, and Charles Hladik. The M-O board of education was suppor- tive of students in all of their various activities, 5' eh rir.rrt QYWY8 1 Wayne Lorance Elementary School Principal ADMINISTRATION 13 ,,'1.4Wf, .ff - 'f ' . ,fn J W Y k Mime A Duncan ,1- , v W ' WFIIIW , ' ' mx A VM X. M Tonya Lynne Rothermel President ww ' , as ' WN' f Wendl Gayle Hams Secretary . 41, ,, ,, nc, , -. M: Wgflsv '1, 11 , . aw "Qui X H, X. ,uw A My N, . ig Y IQ' 4 5, My Q vang' ww 'ri .nm , ,S ' ..,-,Q ' W ZQGWA' 1 x Q Q N' , -W ' NAU N 1 v, 1 X Y L, 'W . K 'fha 1 in 2' ga f ,Lgimffvi , 'A ,iw -Ar MW X, HIGH Under the direction -of Ruth Raupe, the Junior class of 1985 presented their play "Horror High" to students and parents on the 22nd of March. Cast of Characters , - - i,iI' . s V E rv-.,.l1.l.. X S?" lj ' 5 5 5 x 'N ' . Mike Fillmore Q v .- .-,Q we T ' in E i ,tsts gf 5 a T 9? , ' 3' qi' 1 ig ei T T C Spot . ,... , . .,,.,. . . Dr. Diggs ,A W pe. z. fm.. sG " .V rr5Bisg tbarril H ' 1 I 16 It Came From The STUDENT LOUNGE After doing a mystery-drama the year before, land having such success with itl the seniors decided to do another one. .This year's play, entitled UFINDERS CREEPERSU centered around a mortuary. ER' S 'vw is Wilbur Maxwell Hercules Nelsonll. I I l l l l D I l l 1 Celeste Nelson. Nina Quigley . . Frankie Nelson .... Aunt Mary .... Uncle Bob .... Granny ..... Mr. Quigley . . . Dr. Brown .... Madeline ..... Harry Schuster Daphne ...... Claude ....... it it CASTQ xi' Mrs. Raupe lthe play's directorl said, "It was the first play I ever directed that was per- formed with- out having had a practice with all cast mem' bers there." Even with- out the prac- tice, the play was a hit with everyone. -f , Ki -t Mark Richards . . . . . . ,X-. .Greg Duncan .qt . . .. . . .Wendi Harris Denise Rothermel ljelli Shafer f-linagkoch MlkeqFillmore Tonya Rothermel Jerome Hood Koch Silvers SENIOR PLAY 17 SENIOR SPONSORS Larry Nicholas Ruth Raupe PANTHERS ...K P4 I "What do you think, Larry? We didn 't haue a single play practice with the entire cast there. " "It will be interesting to see what detours we take, Ruth, but they 'll get through it without slowing down. " Wi ALL-ROUND Kelli Shafer Greg Duncan 18 SENIOR WI-IO'S WHO MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Tonya Rothermel Mike Fillmore FUN TO BE WITH Gina Koch Patrick Jerome Choices. SHYEST BEST DRESSED Veda Edevoets Sally Estus Brian Hopkins Greg Duncan 1' Xi 1 ,- You never know where the road might lead you! fleft to rightl Tonya Rothermel, Kelli Shafer, Shelly Hopfer, Wendi Harris, Kim Poston. BEST LOOKING ORNERIEST Wendi Harris Mark Richards Mike Fillmore Greg Koch SENIOR WHO'S WHO 19 "College f Career Day gave ine of idea of what I am going ,to do.dftefllQrjIfddutzte. They gave us lots. of goods Usefiilli lflflihfrwtion .r 3 that helped me make up my Q f M -- TeresaKoch'g . ' .gi ' M V i Teresa Koch and Geri Terry decorate Mrs. White's business room door fozjf A", ,W CollegefCareer Day. f f , ' ' . . vtx. .33 fig ., H' ull! W . ' i e Hemriff i . s , Jack Nunley, Bill Nelsong check out all that the Air Forcelhaotoofter on College !Career Day as Mrs Toepferi - looks on. 'T ' 20 .Q S3 Sr.. N ,Ms 9' I 4 K .gy-s 4 X 35.33. t t.-pd' ' ' 'w35,l'f,- 'f' K Q ,.x.f-f ' 2 xg:-' as by Billy Edwards with one of his creepy friends H '-r, H Wendy Harris: High school life is so interesting. Veda Endouoets Gina Koch: We know! The students in high school are starting to realize that there is more to life than just school. Kelli Shafer: Yea! Cruising, dating, and all that fun stuff. Mrs. White: Well, let's peek inside for a closer look at the people who found that something else. is 2 '95 L 4 ,A '1 as 15, Q .-, P J Alan Ball Science, Sopho- more Sponser Cynthia Dunn Seventh Grade, Junior Society Sponsor .. .-l Steve Peretto G i rl s C o a c h , Math, Freshman Sponsor Mary Sue Sprouse Counselor, Eighth Grade English, Junior Sponsor '52 Q iii ,X 1 Ronald Brenner Band lil- Caroline Jones LAB, Gifted and Talented, German Class Monitor ... -1 Ruth Raupe English, Librarian, Speech Club Coach, Senior Sponsor Harriet Stoddart Home Economics, FHA Advisor, Junior Sponsor Mr Toepfer, Mr Sprouse, and Mrs. Sprouse view a staff development program that is being transmitted by satellite from OSU. S' -f A X M. ffm as N 4-",,Q1,5w NWI ff as 1 x S, 3 , ws K K 5 3 Jeanie Cope EMH, Sophomore Sponsor Gary Larman Vocational Agri- culture, FFA Advisor Dorothy Resneder Reading Brad Thrash Social Studies, Boys Coach, Eighth Grade Sponsor Loran Toepfer Math, Computer Lab, Freshman Sponsor .-..1 .. Gladys White Business Educa- tion, Yearbook Advisor, News- paper Advisor Experience HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY T-, 1 2 att hoped we woutd pas one even b t t e tted tor ctasses we o . . .may e . . . When Chress 'untors enro an eas one ccurr ence. am ts ear when the 3 ot the har ctasses woutd rea be o e schoot year tth abad case ot t e tu. e tatt ro e aroun and co s ecame a very common o ters dtd not atten or one wee everybo hou t she as the tt ot a sudden October 4 1 hress was rushe to C ttdren s Memor a ma C ty. en everyone ttnew hat she tdn t have the u. an was that Chr ess had teutrernta. Thts s unne h - and most ot att praying o ards and an- so ospttat rt Oktaho tests were run an t e dtagnosts dent o teachers an communt . e students and teachers were cr ng e ressed hress s recovery. evera rnern ers o our sc oot sen er tetters c ners saytng et e o . ra er chatn was started that tasted one a . A he tuntor ctass sent ress a ouquet ot ttowers. ress ha un ergone so e very powe u c ernotherapy that has taept er stcta most ot the time an cause er to ose her atr. When the bone marrow est how no cancerous cetts s e wt be re ease an ah e to come orne. ress ts a te c er to us at ecause even t ou h s e has eutf-errira her sptrtts are atways up and she usuatt as a rn e tor ever one. Thts ts what ts he tng her ge hts crtsts tn her tt e . . .HER GOOD SPXRX through t 4.2.7 N Th 9 , s,or A tty y , r ta eou tor h wht w h t Th tt d d td b Wat d t tt, dy t gh h t ed "Ru bug" A t 'Z , 985tC d h ' tt td t t Th t d ' tt M y d h t dt estu ta dy, , d ty 'th yt ,d p , t r C ' 5 t b t h th , , b "G Wtt5on"Ptp y dy t t Ch to Ch s d m rtt h h d dh t h t ss , h tt t d d t h Ch ah tb h g h t , yh s tt y tp t t TSX of a s:En0u9h fati Cafgot OI-'eng th on Wag 0 fill th that the? Packaging cKem Ebatlk theirfundlunim-S sol of march oWn5 raisefs., d during :Elise of FAR R IGH So b T: Vgleedsandifvit h?d no sh housgewznd Shaft? al1.weatf1ik gb. Chres nt an e S aging r' Ui S at Christmxtra mile irbreadn astlmeg 0 cheer Jim and Sue Smith 282.2720 3 Th e Friendliest sto' n Rhonda Adkisson Mike Aldridge Susie Backus Brett Bowden Kristy Burgess Todd Cook Kelli Downs Joey Fishburn Sharon Flasch Kurt Friend Troy Golay Valerie Hafner Michelle Henke Darin Howard Larry Jack Teresa Koch Dolly McBIalr Geoff Peveto Stephanie Sylvester Stacey Wise Chress Watters Nadine Zimmer JUNIORS 23 T'S NUT A JOB ...gal Looks like even the sophomore boys have to prove their strength . . . with a little help from a freshman. lSean Keith, Shane Estus, David Endevoets, Roy McNeill, Steve Tyler, and David Tylerl KD 24 SOPHOMORES Q! ea? For Complimentary Facial or Interview ,COSMETICS Call: 14053 649-2476 -Nxfvlauga gfaacg Professional Beauty Consultant fl Rt. 2, Box 48 0 Mulhall, OK 73363 Wil-ti. The sophomores show they like to work by helping put out the CROSSROADS CHRONICLE. lBecky Knopfel, Denise Rothermel, Janet Weinkauf, Kim Downs, and Rodney Silversl Eddie Betchan John Brewer Ricky Cook Steve Dixon Kim Downs Julie Dudek Sheila Edmondson David Endevoets Shane Estus Casey Gorrell Mark Hood Chris Hopfer Mike Hopkins Sean Keith Becky Knopfel Genelle Koch Lance Leach Roy McNeill Stephanie Newbold Jeff Roberts Denise Rothermel Rodney Silvers Geri Terry Kim Vaughn Janet Weinkauf SOPHOMORES 25 Kevin Andrews Christine Anthis Billy Ballinger Frank Cunningham Brian Duncan Trey Fillmore Stacy Golay Rochelle Henke Kyla Huff Shelly Johnson Dennis Knott Angela Koch Shawn McAnally Carol Nealis April Peveto Albert Rangel Tim Roberts Shelley Schmiedbauer Tina Segura Tracie Srader Stacey Sylvester Steve Tyler Conelly Wade Lori Wise HE EXCLUSIVES 1.-V 'um'-,. fxnx 50 131 5 ls-.,, qu... ln. X, we Hennemen' SHGES "The best in footwear for the family" Guthrie, Oklahoma You've got plenty of room. lCarol Nealis and Shelly Johnson in home 26 FRESHMEN economicsj. f -,IH ,X flax l xc! if ,fuk ff, QM W 'ICU 1 TJA ,Hof tg ' i '51 fi P9 gi Nw- H its N X kk.,,1 , . , li'lP.s4i vs ll wanna:-incl-1, . Q' ,X fix, sim., ' ll fl "Lubed for life" - FFA Greenhands - FRONT ROW lleft to rightl Frank Cunningham, Tim Roberts, Albert Rangel, Connelly Wade, Shawn McAnally, Stacy Golay. BACK ROW: Brian Duncan, Steve Tyler, Casey Gorrell, Kevin Andrews, Billy Ballinger, Trey Fillmore, Christine Anthis. "The onions sure are breath tor- cherers. " Stacy Golay A good way to learn about financing a car is to take consumer education. lSteve Tyler and Tina Segural FRESHMEN 27 Staci Barker Rosetta Bircket Angel Brewer Ricky Brewer William Burgess Denny Bussard Stephanie Bussard 2 f , fy I ,L x ,, LM.- tx Y Susie Fishburn Paul Fagan B. J. Graef ETTING 1 W new nh' Venturing in new directions: Paul Fagan in science class, SHEDRICK 627 Delaware St. PERRY, OKLAHOMA l405l 336-4093 28 EIGHTH GRADE -, .arg 4.0 Hilmar .sat 4'? M ,JN 5 How many good reasons for studying English lGregg Majorl TUGETI-IER Charles Hilburn Jill Hopfer Becky Jack -v Amy Leach My X Gregg Major Kristie Newbold Shaunna Peretto Christy Prince Shelly Reese Roland Taylor 'f J ,mai--"" "'-- I For people who know where they're going: Shelly Reese and Kristie Newbold at the grade school carnival. EIGHTH GRADE 29 Hayley Schmiedbauer Rebekah Spaulding I-I 8. M CARPET 1528 South Division Guthrie, Oklahoma Harold Wehr, Owner Seorohry - July Coburn 282-3464 ,Au ' ,,QQ'w.b2:f ,111 5 yr, Steward Bode Christy Cyphers Justin Day Jason Driskel Scott Dudek tt, ,.g..A14 Tracy Karcher Louis Karns Donald Knott Geoffrey Koch Calvin McBlair Scott Merrill Jenny Mooney Nate Nickels Michelle Ortega Michael Payne Clancy Thomas Shelly Vaughn Sarah Watters 30 SEVENTH GRADE HAT CAN i , ,- l , TOP LEFT: The bottom line: Michelle Ortega on nine-weeks test day. TOP RIGHT: Nate Nickels, Scott Dudek, and Justin Day reenact a scene from America's past. BOTTOM: Geoffrey Koch and Scott Merrill collected insects for their science project. X 1 ,lt C. ,,,7 aft r'?U,rY7 .: ' Oooh nfl T, : i 4 lffl 1 f l 5 wiv Q a isis SEVENTH GRADE 31 Audrey Larman and Melanie Newbold welcome everybody into the Halloween spirit during the play that the sixth grade presented to the grade school student body on Halloween. 'I :wi L I ' 5: l X, , li ' s wx sw , x , I i ,.s.,a'+l ' is ' , h w . ww y ...,, .3 K Third grader Jason Harman exploring the world of knowledge at open house. lr' he H, 1-' '-i Chress Watters: Children are so interesting They're so full of life and have a joy for learning. Kelli Downs: I know! Even though they can be terrors sometimes, they're still fun to have around. Mrs. White: Yes, it's too bad that they have to grow up and realize that their carefree days are over and the hard work begins. ... 6, .X - A ,SQ Q av- on Ronald Brenner MW A Norma Daniels my ,W - X DeAnn Fuller Second Grade Band Q, 1 Fifth Grade s fyvf 1 f if R G 4 D h Caroline Jones Larry Nicholas gzgnzdel, L b Coach, Fourth a Grade Reading A ht ., , Carrie Schrader rfzi, 2 Mary Sue X i M S ldi 6 6' i K .1 cf- "V ""' "8 Svfm in ergarten, A . Fourth Grade Fmt Grade Counselor X Kelli Kindbchi Third Grade Peggy Yost ,QM Jeanie Cope Sixth Grade EMI-I Together we can shape lives. Marcus and Tommy Wray's dad visits with Mrs. Spaulding during open house. Reliability GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY 33 Jonene Bode Machel Bode Phillip Fagan Bradley Harman Maria Johnson Audrey Larman Matthew Martin Melanie Newbold Sarah Pfeiffer Rusty Prince Ray Reece Sandy Terry 34 SIXTH GRADE LIMBING TO BELOW: Mrs. Yost seems to be enjoying the sixth grade Christmas party along with Machel Bode. TOP RIGHT: The fifth graders are seeing what everybody got for Christmas. fBilIy Blansett, Dorothy Bode, Brandy Thomason, Michelle Knight, Timothy Taylor, and Jeri Bussardl. NEW HEIGHTS ABOVE: Fifth and ' sixth graders perform at Christmas program. Billy Blansett Dorothy Bode Jeri Bussard Matthew Graef Dee Ann Jack Jennifer Jenkins Michelle Knight Boyd Martin Mike Roberts Anthony Shrum Timothy Taylor Brandy Thomaso Ryan Wiss fi FIFTH GRADE 35 H I I JenniferBarker BE THE Heather Beuchaw Sean Chisolm BIGGEST BUT UNE DF THE BEST Emily Driskel Elliot Evans Renee Flasch This is no trade-in deal. Mamie Gallaway brings her family to open house.l Jay Koch Charley McAnally Jeff Oldenburg Mark Silvers Shanon Sylvester 36 FOURTH GRADE 'KEY Jamie Gallaway Troy Hanes Danny Hopkins Joe Johnson 1 ax R1 f Fourth Grader Not Pictured: Charity Mies NHTHTCHED QUHLITY Tinker Blansett Nedra Burgess Beth Bussard Shannon Chisolm Jeff Day Misti Downs Paul Driskel Tiffany Graef Carrie Harman CTT' ' w Jason Harman Jason Kerby Paul Lamb Monty Larman Sondra Major Josh McBlaIr Y W, I A I ji LA r ,I N R .X k X . X Third Graders Not Pictured: Sarah Bussard, Jeremy Eisensmith, and Misti Jurgens. --1 K I ' ll 1 if aff MM H -41 :g ll ' sq.-w""8 ----f .N R A as-qu-s.""'-Q 'NWN at d A """'-Q... b N- I . , Q, xi: 31 ' 4 Designed to compete. QBeth Bussardl Chris Nees Michael Ortega Bryce Payne Anthony Redman Colby Wiss Tommy Wray s r K, 1.2 -- THIRD GRADE 37 A new way to learn arithmetic. RIGHT: Lori Rothermel. BELOW: Shanna Bussard and Kaleb Hermann. 9555 W7",.f 'X-..,,,..' Jennifer Anthis I Belinda Grad Michael Graham Kaleb Hermann Mandy Knight Cody Leach Luke Martin Anya McAnally Amber McManamy Rhonda Merrill Bobbie Meyer Charlie Miller Joline Oldenburg Brian Prince Lori Rothermel J " r 1 , Second Graders Not Pictured: Jason Gates and Jeremiah Radebaugh. 38 SECOND GRADE ,xt-..i l Marriya Harrell v':.'r" 'flparl-ling magirlat urls Jerry Ballinger Terri Ballinger Allen Barker Heather Blansett Lisa Bryan Rocky Burgess Wayne Campbell Justin Cyphers Winter Cyphers Carol Fagan Troy Fagan Chad Gallaway Julie Gallaway Dawayne Golay Jacob Hermann Kari Hopfer Jennifer Kerby Matthew Pfeiffer 1 i ABOVE: Discabraking the routine of the day lJacob Hermann and Winter Cyphersl. LEFT: Test driving a new model lTroy Faganl. First Graders Not Pictured: Annetta Mies and Tauwja FIRST GRADE 39 HEO E 0WATCll Kindergarten is a special time when children not only learn the basics, such as their numbers and the alphabet, but they also learn to develop friendships that will last a lifetime. Like building blocks, every step in learning has its place. Even though it may not seem important at the time, you continue to build upon that . . . in hopes that one false move does not destroy everything you have worked so hard for. Whether It be with friends or schoolwork, piece by piece it all falls into place, making kindergarteners the "ONES TO WATCH." Because kindergarten is where it all begins. Chapelle Henderson Michael Major Zackery Martin Amber Miller Jackie Srader 40 KINDERGARTEN 3 Jennifer Balderson Summer Bradshaw Cara Clark Melissa Graham ' A' ,r I, ----...I Q' Kindergarten Students Not Pictured: Justin Gates, Danielle Holbrook, Cody Phillips, Lindsey Root, and Brian Redman. Shane Estus gets his boots all "shined up" by greenhand Billy Ballinger during FFA Initiation. ll'-J F" "gll J '-1 Mark Richards: School can be pretty dull sometimesg everybody knows that. Patrick Jerome: Yea! Most of the time you just come to school, do your work, and go home. Kelli Shafer: Thank goodness we have organizations to bridge the gap between school and boredom. "Speech contests are lots of fun. I can remember a whole bunch of good memories of things that happened at them. Speech contests have also been an educational experience that l will continue to use the rest of my life." - Tonya Rothermel Tonya Rothermel performing "A Christmas Memory" during regional speech at Jenks High School. 'se wTss 4 Sharon Flasch shows who she thinks is the best person for president of FHA and Chress Watters' smile says it all. Q-.ful 'fx-ws acR Let nh Je o e R1 ar ,I A.'f- 1 f.:- 1153- V-5,5 EE-j15:. U Jggasf :,,. .:,:A., . a ,. :IVV g ' uznlt Z. Sf' N :lir e P ,. iillllfll PM 'vu ,fl .:... 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Q ,ww mes' asf Aff' ah 2 ,Q W , ,f 1 s 63, Q 'Q M 3 ,J W QW W ww J! A .fx ' .. :gif ' W 4' V rigzfawilav. 1, ., .Q -Q'z1szrf21,1E.5f:552k2.: 5 Q ck,-if A .ggi 74555 wwf gm K 1 1 - ,ff fn .- , ,pf K, X STUDENTSQOUNCIL My rvf, . .,,.. U z M lg... wg. V. .. . J. Q 3 may Egg .iw - V .M , ' we Asif ,R . , N Q Lf 5,1 M .M ,,-,H ms? mfg?" 4 -Z ,gg 159 ,L ff' .. W .gf ig ' 553' 4 digg? .fag ,fi 15 greg? 5' QE' ,fi 8 5? ,V . 1.. 7 fy Q A. Y Ss . .X . .Q S? .w - ' mmf Ji s l A' f 2 f as gf - - - , --A f , I , . 3. -,es Staff. E its pn: 3 ' ft , li l ' ,ftgsskss 9' 'fs ',.f4is 'field 4 ,Ui ..' ' turf' How does it feel to look down the barrel of a loaded gun? lMike Fillmorel 1'I-I H' 1 '-1 Mark Richards Patrick Jerome: To be a success at any sport you have to excel to your maximum ability. Kelli Downs Wendi Harris: But there is always the chance that after you have excelled to get hurt or want to slutf. Gina Koch Nadine Zimmer: But to get the most out of your sport, you have to give 10096 at all times. Kelli Shafer: That is probably why people play sports. They know that after the game, win or lose, they have done their best. I like to play sports because I like competing against other people. - Greg Koch iw using! ,.,-A A Z ah ll ' Greg Koch doing what he does best on the basketball court. Valerie Hafner and Kelli Shafer talk to Coach Thrash's wife Traci at the Athletic Booster's "Meet the Players." It's held yearly in the cafeteria after the first home game and gives players of both teams a chance to become friends instead of merely competitors. 53 WE DO ' ACCEPT THE I EVITABLE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM - Back Row 1left to right1: Coach Peretto, Michelle Henke 1221, Denise Rothermel 1251, April Peveto 1121, Tonya Rothermel 1231, Kelli Downs 1311, Kelli Shafer 1111, Rochelle Henke 1301, Nadine Zimmer 1151, Kim Downs 1331, Julie Dudek. Front Row: Kyla Huff, Sharon Flasch 1101, Gina Koch 1101, Kim Vaughn 1211, Becky Knopfel 1321, Valerie Hafner 1141, Wendi Harris 1241, Stacey Sylvester. The basketball teams got new suits this year, and the girls proudly wear theirs in all these pictures. 4 ssil it 54 GIRLS BASKETBALL L So Cool! 1Kelli Shafer1 Driving in The Fast Lane 1Genelle Koch 1141 and Tonya Rothermel 1231 S N. l I--J ........-...x "Y ,,7 .11 r 5 lt's a steal! lWendi Harrisl The ultimate workout lWendi Harris, Tonya Rothermel, Genelle Kochl The competition is good. We have to be better! HX Sophisticated Performers iKelli Shafer, Kelli Downs, April Pevetol Above the rest lKelli Downsl GIRLS BASKETBALL 55 Performance and c..,1A HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM - Back Row 1left to right1: Lance Leach 1301, Mark Hood 1401, Eddie Betchan 1201, Billy Edwards 1111, Patrick Jerome 1101, Jack Nunley 1321, Todd Cook 1251, Kurt Friend 1231, Chris Hopfer 1231, Trey Fillmore 1241, Greg Duncan 1151, Coach Thrash. Front Row: Greg Koch 1211, Troy Golay 1111, Connelly Wade 1141, Mike Fillmore 1221, Jeff Roberts 1311, Geoff Peveto 1141, Brian Duncan 1151, Steve Tyler 1221, Casey Gorrell 1521, Mark Richards 1121, TOP: Patrick Jerome shoots the ball over an astonished Coyle player. BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Fillmore displays his superior driving ease while Todd Cook looks for a rebound, BOTTOM RIGI IT: Coach tells the game plan. 1 i fa, f f BOYS BASKETBALL 'ik x fu TOP LEFT: The bench - ready for ac- tion. CKurt Friend, Mark Richards, Lance Leach, Coach Thrash. BOTTOM LEFT: Defense is all part of the game, 1Geoff Pevetoi BOTTOM RIGHT: Mark Richards shows that the crowd noise doesn't bother him. .WAT BOYS BASKETBALL 57 P-O-W-E-R- and PRECISION CHEERLEADERS JANET WEINKAUF SUSIE FISHBURN KYLA I-IUFF STACEY WISE CHRISTY PRINCE Rf 58 CHEERLEADERS I Q I 4 fr! LORI WISE ' f " ' sl 7 K -Q'- fl rf 5' r rr' it I ' Q " l 'h'h A ' I S ,' r . us- 1"' 1 ' v V A' ' T " -N 1, ,,,. W F s A ia + iff- LLA X . in nj 5' S ll -il Ll Following a week of homecoming activities, the week came to a beautiful close on November 22, 1985 as the Mulhall-Orlando basketball queen was crowned. The queen for the 1985-86 school year was Kelli Shafer. The king was Mike Fillmore. The theme for this year was "Dare to Dream" and was carried out with stars and clouds in the colors of blue, white, and purple. Each of the four attendants followed the colors and dressed in shades of either blue or purple and were given a long-stem red rose. They were escorted to their boxes with the "Love Theme from St. Elmo's Fire." ABOVE LEFT: Cleft to rightl Denise Rothermel, Sophomore Attendant, Wendi Harris, Senior Attendant, Kelli Shafer, Queen, Michelle Henke, Junior Attendant, and April Peveto, Freshman Attendant. FAR ABOVE RIGHT: Justin Cyphers, Crown Bearer, Brandy Longan, Flower Bearer, and Joey Arnett, Banner Bearer. ABOVE: THE ROYAL COURT - Trey Fillmore and April Peveto, Freshmen, Greg Duncan and Wendi Harris, Seniors, Mike Fillmore and Kelli Shafer, King and Queen, Geoff Peveto, and Michelle Henke, Juniors, Jeff Roberts and Denise Rothermel, Sophomores. Front Row: Justin Cyphers, Brandy Longan, and Joey Arnett. BASKETBALL HOMECOMING 59 ACCEPT SUBSTITUTES CENTER LEFT: Jason Drlskel looks for a pass whlle Denny Bussard breaks to the goal. CENTER RIGHT Shaunna Peretto takes xt down 5 W . " .- 4 A .4 ,,, UPPER LEFT: Bradley Harman shoots for two. UPPER RIGHT: Audrey Lar man awaits action on her end of the court, GRADE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM - Top Row lleft to rightl: Billy Blansett, Philip Fagan, Ray Reece, Troy Hanes, Matt Graef, Mike Roberts, Matthew Martin, Tim Taylor, Coach Nicholas. Bottom Row: Ryan Wiss, Jeff Oldenburg, Rusty Prince, Bradley Harman, Bo Martin, Mark Silvers. GRADE SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM 4 Top Row: Jennifer Jenkins, Jonene Bode, Dorothy Bode, Audrey Lar- man, Melanie Newbold, Sandy Terry, Machel Bode, Michelle Knight, Coach Nicholas. Bottom Row: Jamie Gallaway, Sarah Pfeiffer, Brandy Thomason, Emily Driskel, Jeri Bussard, Shanon Sylvester. LOWER LEFT: Jonene bode shoots to win. GRADE SCHOOL BASKETBALL 61 CAUTION. Water on the road. May be slip- pery. BELOW: Becky Knopfel. if. ,. rf 1 A xv, ,Wd .wg,gi , -bps Z'f"!. . iw , We 2 . T 'lil E I -. im A E it :lull c 62 SOFTBALL .4--v-f....v..-.-.ae Q . . fe, . I . I sullulv ABOVE CENTER: Finishing touches, lNadine Zimmer and Michelle Henkel BOTTOM RIGHT: Waiting for action. lJunior High lineupl LEFT: A high octane fuel may be in order. lChristy Cyphersl Confidence is DISTRICT CHAMPS,REGIONAL RUNNERS-UP, AND STATE QUARTER- FINALISTSI Yes, the HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM played great in their fall season. Back Row Ileft to rightl: Coach Steve Peretto, Kyla Huff, Becky Knopfel, Kim Downs, Michelle Henke, Kelli Downs, Stephanie Sylvester, Stacey Sylvester, Nadine Zimmer. Front Row: Rochelle Henke, Kelli Shafer, Genelle Koch, Sharon Flasch. We may have bene late starting basketball, but it was well worth the wait. We may not have won state, but we tried our best and at least we can say we made it that far, and we LOVED IT! JUNIOR HIGH SOFTBALL TEAM --- H Back Row Ileft to rightl: Staci Barker, Jennifer Mooney, Angel Brewer, Jill Hopfer, Amy Leach, Christy Cyphers, Coach Peretto. Front Row: Rosetta Bircket, , Sarah Watters, Shaunna Peretto, Hayley Schmiedba uer, Shelly Vaughn. wif' was gstt-ft:-xfvowsk xx Sw . N9-an L, . 1. . I V' fr , ' new- ..-:..,,, iff-Mf',.:'vsi-er I t' 's s. I A's-- as . 1. .1 f , . R . :.s..t..tL ,W A ik W 4 by , Michelle, Stacey, and Kelli Shaferl ABOVE: Genelle Koch, ready to respond with the mere twitch of a leather-wrapped hand. LEFT: Tim for a tune-up. lGenelle, Stephanie, SOFTBALL 63 Ambition TOP RIGHT: When it comes to perfor- mance and technology, the name is Nunley. BOTTOM LEFT: Steve Tyler puts the brakes on the competition's drive. BOTTOM RIGHT: One hundred eighty-five pounds of M-O's finest. lLance Leachl HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM - Back Row lleft to rightl: Eddie Betchan, Lance Leach, Mike Fillmore, Greg Dun- can, Jack Nunley, Brett Bowden, Chris Hopfer, Trey Fillmore, Jeff Roberts. Front Row: Larry Jack, Brian Duncan, Bill Nelson, Mark Richards, Greg Koch, Casey Gorrell, Albert Rangel, Troy Golay. 0. ws- '. ' +4 zo -Q wha - Og? 64 BASEBALL lBaseball photos by Geoff Peveto and Wendi Harrisl f g ABOVE: JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL TEAM - Left to Right: lBack Rowl Justin Day, Steward Bode, Geoffrey Koch, Jason Driskel, Junior Burgess. Nate Nickels. lFront Rowl Clancy Thomas, Scott Dudek, Dennis Bussard, Michael Payne. UPPER LEFT: Man, did you see that curve ball. lGreg Kochi Top Right: An import hits his power brakes just in time, while M-O's Brian Duncan maintains control. LEFT: Bill Nelson slips easily through traffic and slides into a parking space. BASEBALL 65 ' ,g 'U -LE' 4. In M55 BUILDI G TOM ORROW'S FUTURE Stephanie Sylvester practices filing her life away. Darin Howard working in Metal Fabrication 66 VO-TECH Troy Golay in Metal Fabrication Bill Nelson restores a car in Auto Body. vw. Wi' 1 1 fl J c ww w X y Fishburn working hard in Auto Body X, ,ri Students Presently Enrolled at Vo-Tech Sally Estus, Business Training Center Stacey Wise, Business Training Center Michelle Henke, Business Training Center Stephanie Sylvester, Business Training Center Rhonda Adkisson, Business Training Center Susie Backus, Business Training Center Brett Bowden, Metal Fabrication Bill Nelson, Auto Body Troy Golay, Metal Fabrication Joey Fishburn, Auto Body Mike Aldridge, Auto Mechanics l Darin Howard, Metal Fabrication Ricky Andrews, Home and Business Service Steve Dixon, Carpentry Mike Hopkins, Auto Body Dolly McBlair, Business Training Center Not Pictured Ricky Cook, Metal Fabrication Larry Jack, Diesel Mechanics fs...-C, 'S-..-.V gf, Y ' .fix .If , - V js ' s ' 5 Ti. lFront Row on Rightl: Mrs. Peretto, bus driver VO-TECH 67 The Salad Bar - the newline of food sevice at M-O High. lChris Hopfer, Casey Gorrell, Julie Dudek, Geri Terryl Pat Graef Glenda Prince Junior Meyer Juanita Fitzpatrick Karen McAnally Our loyal chauffeurs IGladys Wooten, Betty Kindschi, Wray Larman, Robin Green, Shirley Bircketl Evelyn Schwandt, Betty Fishburn, and Juanita Fitzpatrick are the high school cooks. The cooks at the grade school are Elizabeth Cyphers, Reba Fitzpatrick, and Verlene Gibson. Karen McAnally is school secretary and Pat Graef is teachers' aide at the grade school. School custodians are Glenda Prince and Junior Meyer at the high school and Richard Andrews at the grade school. 68 SUPPORT PERSONNEL Evelyn Schwandt Betty Fishburn Verlene Gibson Elizabeth Cyphers Richard Andrews Reba Fitzpatrick I Warifyn, BALBOA I jracy I 310, I I I - T '?fff :JI 1 U Amemcm nose - I- 'il lu- I ,f,-Q, - - , wr' o, ,:fff, f-,-Q0 H ' i i! I WATERBED RUOM I 90 days same as cash I 1911 N. Boomer - Stillwater - 372-0900 69 mn.: nu- needs of PHONEKE 'T 455!263xKe IT S KCQJUIWU-EFRY IjiEE!PGLiE.N Home Cooked Meals Salad Bar Orlando OK 455-2458 Eugene and Leona Harrell Trenching . 44555 f . 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Calling street numbers a big-city altectation, Kay and Max Stansbury Mulhall, Okla. 13063 HE I RL00 M S Ph. 14051 649-2232 Browse through 50,00 postcards, paper Americana and claim their shop - across the street south ofthe post ' 0. office - is one-seventh ot the downtown business Phones section. vowu tind them 3 miles west of I-as on Mulhall :Lf3eg:::"' R'1':-332360 g:2:lr:n:sT:i::: :zo: B Wm to the" 'hop' ' We gpvcialize in All Types of Sales' My dff - mazefvfyww I M fjgaf 1 ga .sry . in Perry 10 PERRY featuring OKLAHOMA ARTISTS also Standard and Custom Framing Appreciates Your Business! Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back Mon.-Ffa. 9-5130 336-2261 302 6th street 336-5020 Saturday 9-12:30 302 6th St. HSLTSFZTSSFRiiE,?,'ii'TSiS8f?TCS15815 WESTERN AUTO SHERYL A. MANDEVILLE ASSQCIATE STORE Agent 60415th sneer Buss 61055336-2110 303 7th St. 336-2612 at Fir Avenue R95-I l4Q5, 336.9150 Perry, Oklahoma 73077 Post Office Box 676 Perry Oklahoma 73077 For All Your Home and Auto Needs jaakion ree 320 6th Street Perry, Oklahoma Cindy Boone, Owner 33635176 " INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION: B. J. Graef and Mrs. Cope XR Special Gffers WOODSHOP: Jeff Roberts PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Shelly Vaughn and 9 0 Rebekah Spaulding Smith illuneral Qnme Ray, Bob, Bobby Smith 220 NORTH FIRST GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA 73044 4051282 2272 CRAFTS: Shelley Schmiedbauer COMPUTERS: Kim Vaughn, Sheila Edmondson, and Geri Terry -sr ,--can PARTIES: Melanie Newbold SILVER FFA JACKETS: Chris Hopfer and Connelly Wade ' X ' F' I' Y' C ?!'c r X Alb - ' Q A Sfafionery 0., .gnu Restaurant and Catering 110 East Oklahoma Party Trays 0 Catering for all occasions 2332535 122 West Oklahoma Trish Coker, Owner Guthrie, OK 282-4960 -o-"""' an J J Jennifer, Jason, Carla, and Joe Kerbey attend open house. Jill Hopfer working out in gym. Powerful Friends a 'QM g zzz: M, wife! f L.ZIE'f'2' 5 K Billy Edwards gives a rose to Stephanie Bussard on Valentine's day. f W M ' .. 7 Lf- s Pizza and Kids: The students who helped on the Crossroads Chronicle while Chress was ill were treated to a pizza party by Mike and Jo Watters. Rosetta Bircket's toothpick bridge was selected to be entered in the 1986 Engineering Fair at the Omniplex. Rosetta is standing in front of M-O's science building. ,ww-.4 Stephanie Newbold and Traci Srader learn about a beautician's work on career day. FACTS TO REMEMBER: March 1985 - February 1986 Ronald Reagan was President of the United States, and George Nigh was Governor of Oklahoma. This was the year Halley's Comet appeared. The TV show "Cosby Show" was tops in the Nielson ratings. The Junior-Senior Prom was held at the Holiday lnn in Stillwater. The seniors went to Missouri on their senior trip, and the band went to Dallas, Texas. Lights were installed at the baseball field in Orlando, and the park- ing lot on the north side of the high school was opened for parking. The student council sold red, white, and pick balloons for friends to share on Valentine's day. fDenny Bussard, Clancy Thomas, Tonya Rothermel, Christy Cyphers, Denise Rothermel, and Staci Barkerl z 4-H and Sarah Pfeiffer: Modeling at Crossroads Mall A satellite dish was installed, VCR's were purchased, and German was offered via satellite. The Kansas City Royals won the world Series against the St. Louis Cardinals. Gary Koch was elected in January to the board of education to succeed Donald Bay, who had served 17 years on the board. The Oklahoma Sooners beat Penn State in the Orange bowl to gain the title of National Champions, and the Chicago Bears won their first Super Bowl championship against the New England Patriots. GRADE SCHOOL MUSIC From the Drawing Board the the Wrong hom, Charley! 1Mr. Brenner and the fourth grade! S h Q W r O Q Kindergarten FirSf Grade Second Grade Third and Fourth Grades CHRISTMAS PROGRAM l DEX A TO Z RENT-ALLS - Stillwater 83 ACTON'S FURNITURE - Guthrie 85 Adkisson, Rhonda 4, 23, 58, 67 Aldridge, Mike 11, 23, 67 Andrews, Kevin 26, 27, 44 Andrews, Richard 7, 68 Andrews, Ricky 11, 15, 44, 67 Anthis, Christine 26, 27, 44, 48, 51 Anthis, Jennifer 38, 92 Arnett, Joey 59 B 8: W - Orlando 70 Backus, Susie 4, 23, 67 Balderson, Jennifer 40, 92 Ball, Alan 21 Ballinger, Billy 26, 27, 41, 44 Ballinger, Jerry 39, 92 Ballinger, Teri 9, 39, 92 Barber, Allen 9, 39, 92 Barker, Jennifer 36, 47 Barker, Staci 4, 28, 52, 63, 91 Bay, Donald 13 Bernay, Sonya 9 Betchan, Eddie 25, 56, 64 Beuchaw, Heather 36 BIG J TANK TRUCK - Perry 78 Bircket, Rosetta 4, 11, 28, 60, 63, 91 Blansett, Billy 35, 48, 49, 61 Blansett, Heather 39, 92 Blansett, Tinker 37 BLUE-JAY CAR WASH - Guthrie 75 BOBO'S MEXICAN RESTAURANT - Stillwater 83 Bode, Dorothy 8, 35, 48, 49, 61, 85 Bode, Jonene 34, 47, 48, 61 Bode, Machel 34, 48, 49, 61, 86 Bode, Steward 30, 60, 65, 85 Bowden, Brett 23, 44, 64, 67 BOZARTH PHOTOGRAPHY - Guthrie 74 Bradshaw, Summer 6, 40, 92 Brenner, Ronald 21, 33, 48, 49, 92 Brewer, Angel 28, 60, 63 Brewer, John 25 Brewer, Ricky 28, 58 Bryan, Lisa 39, 92 Burgess, William lJuniorI 28, 65 Burgess, Kristy 23 Burgess, Nedra 37, 92 Burgess, Roxanna 9, 39, 92 BUSHAIS BOUTIQUE - Perry 86 Bussard, Beth 37, 47, 92 Bussard, Dennis 28, 47, 52, 60, 65, 91 Bussard, Jeri 8, 35, 47, 48, 49, 61 Bussard, Sarah 37, 92 Bussard, Shanna 8, 38, 92 Bussard, Stephanie 28, 90 C ASD D OIL FIELD SERVICE - Orlando C.O.D. LUMBER - Stillwater 83 CALVARY ASSEMBLY OF GOD - Stillwater 83 Campbell, Wayne 8, 11, 39,92 CHEROKEE STRIP EXXON - Perry 86 CHERYL'S HAIR DESIGN - Perry 86 Chisolm, Sean 36, 92 Chisolm, Shannon 37, 92 Clark, Cara 40, 92 CQQST TO COAST - Perry and Guthrie CONSUMERS IGA - Stillwater 82 Cook, Ricky 25, 44, 67 Cook, Todd 5, 23, 47, 50, 56 Cope, Jeanie 21, 33, 88 COTTERAL'S FURNITURE - Guthrie 75 CZIJVNTRY KITCHEN CAFE - Stillwater COUNTRY PRIDE STYLE SALON - Mulhall 72 CROSSFIELD, J. I., CHEVROLET - Perry 76 CIROSSROADS CHRONICLE - Mulhall Cunningham, Frank 26, 27, 44 Cyphers, Christy 30, 47, 52, 62, eo, 63, 90, 91 Cyphers, Elizabeth 68 Cyphers, Justin 9, 39, 59, 92 Cyphers, Winter 9, 32, 39, 92 THE DAILY GRIND - Guthrie 89 Daniels, Jean 8, 33, 35 DAVIS FUNERAL HOME - Guthrie 75 Day, Jeff 37, 75, 92 Day, Justin 5, 6, 30, 31, 47, 60, 65 Day, Maurice 13 DAYLIGHT DONUTS - Perry 77 Dixon, Steven 25, 67 DONALDSON AND YAHN - Perry 76 Downs, Kelli 1, 16, 23, 32, 42, 51, 53, 54, 55, 63, 85, 90 Downs, Kimberly 2, 25, 43, 54, 58, 63, 85 Downs, Misti 9, 37, 85, 92 Driskel, Emily 8, 36, 47, 61, 92 Driskel, Jason 4, 6, 30, 47, 60, 65 Driskel, Paul 7, 47, 92 Dudek, Julie 2, 25, 43, 51, 54, 68, 90 Dudek, Scott 6, 30, 31, 60, 65 Duncan, Brian 2, 26, 27 44, 51, 56, 68, 64 65 Duncan, Greg 1, 2, 10, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 44, 52, 56, 59, 64, 96 Dunn, Cynthia 2, 11, 21 Edmondson, Sheila 25, 43, 46, 89 Edwards, Billy 3, 4, 14, 16, 17, 20, 47, 50, 56, 58, 90 Endevoets, David 3, 24, 25 Endevoets, Veda 1, 11, 14, 19, 20, 42 Estus, Sally 10,11,15,16,17,19, 67 Estus, Shane 24, 25, 41, 44, 76 Evans, Elliot 36, 47, 92 EXCHANGE BANK - Perry 79 Fagan, Carol 39, 92 Fagan, Paul 28, 92 Fagan, Phillip 7, 34, 61, 92 Fagan, Troy 39 FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE EXCHANGE - Perry 80 FARMER'S STORE - Mulhall 72 FASHION TREE - Perry 87 Fillmore, Mike 2, 4, 5, 10, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 44, 45, 50, 52, 53, 56, 59, 64,90 Fillmore, Trey 2, 5, 26, 27, 44, 51, 56, 59, 64 FIRST NATIONAL BANK - Perry 77 FIRST NATIONAL BANK - Guthrie 85 Fishburn, Betty 68 Fishburn, Joey 3, 23, 67 Fishburn, Susie 11, 28, 48, 49, 58 Fitzpatrick Juanita 68 Fitzpatrick Reba 68 FLASCH, MARSHA, MARY KAY COSMETICS - Mulhall 24 Flasch, Marsha 46 Flasch, Renee 36, 47 Flasch, Sharon 3, 16, 23, 41, 46, 47, 54, 63, 70 FOSTER'S CORNER DRUG - Perry 79 Frey, Anita 73 Frey, Mike 73 Friend, Kurt 23, 56, 57 Fuller, DeAnn 33 FURNITURE OUTLET AND AUCTION - Perry 77 1 Gallaway, Chad 9, 39, 92 Gallaway, Jamie 9, 36, 47, 61, 92 Gallaway, Julie 39,92 Gates, Jason 38,92 Gates ,Justin 40,92 Gibson, Verlene 68 Gillett, Helen 73 Golay Golay ,Dawayne 9, 39, 92 Kristy 85 Golay, Stacy 26, 27, 44, 58, 85 Golay, Troy 23, 44, 56, 64, 66, 67, 85 GOLD SPOT MILK 4- Stillwater 70 Gorrell, Casey 5, 25. 27, 44, 45, 56, 64, 68 Graef, Graef, Graef, Graef, Graef, Graha Graha B. J. 28,88 Belinda 38, 92 Matt 35, 48, 49, 61 Pat 68 Tiffany 37, 92 m, Melissa 6, 9, 40, 92 m, Michael 10, 38,92 Green, Robin 68 GUMMERSON INSURANCE - Guthrie 74 GUTHRIE DAILY LEADER - Guthrie 85 H 8: M CARPET CENTER - Guthrie 30 Hafner, Michelle 73 Hafne r, Valerie 3, 16, 23, 47, 52, 53, 54 Hanes, Troy 36, 61, 92 Harman, Bradley 7, 34, 61, 70, 85, 92 Harman, Carrie 9, 37, 92 Harman Jason 9, 32, 37, 92 Harrell, Leona 13 Harrell, Marriya 9, 38, 92 HARRELL'S TRENCHING SERVICE Y Orlando 70 Harris, Stacey 12, 52 Harris, Wendi 1, 2, 11, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 42, 53, 54, 55, 59, 64 Henderson, Chapelle 6, 40, 92 Henke, Michelle 3, 4, 23, 54, 59, 62, 63, 67, 90 Henke, Pamela 2 Henke, Rochelle 2, 26, 49, 51, 63, 90 HEPPLERS MACHINE SHOP - Perry 80 Hermann, Jacob 39, 92 Hermann, Kaleb 9, 38, 92 Heske Hilbur tt, David 2 n, Charles 10,29 Holbrook, Danielle 40,92 Hood, Hopfe Hopfe Hopfe Hopki Hopki Hopki Mark 2, 17, 25, 51, 52, 56, 90 r, Chris 25, 44, 56, 64, 68, 89 r, Jill 29, 47, 48, 49, 60, 63, 90 r, Kari 6, 9, 39, 92 ns, Brian 10, 15, 19 ns, Danny 10, 36, 92 ns, Mike 25,67 HOLIDAY INN - Stillwater 82 HOWARD'S MUFFLER AND EXHAUST - Stillwaver 82 HOMESTEAD HEIRLOOMS - Mulhall 87 Howard, Darin 5, 23, 44, 66, 67 Huff, Kyla 2, 26, 48, 49, 51, 55, 58, 63 J. C. PENNEY - Guthrie 85 Jack, Becky 4, 29 Jack, Dee Ann 35 Jack, Jim 2 Jack, Larry 3, 23, 44, 64, 67 JANE'S FASHION GALLERY - Perry 77 Jeet, J, J. 9 JELSMA ABSTRACT - Guthrie 85 Jenkins, Jennifer 35, 47, 58, 59, 61 Jerome, Patrick 1, 15, 16, 17, 18, 41, 42, 44, 53, 56, 71 JEROME'S TRENCHING - Orlando 71 Johnson, Joe 36, 47, 92 Johnson, Maria 34 Johnson, Shelly 26, 46, 48,49 Jones, Caroline 21, 33 Jones, Shelly 2 Jurgens, Misti 37, 92 Karcher, Tracy 30, 48, 49, 60 Karns, Louis 8, 30 Keith, Bily 2 Keith, Sean 24, 25,44 KENNEMER SHOES - Guthrie 26 Kerby, Carla 90 Kerby, Jason 37, 90, 92 Kerby, Jennifer 39, 90, 92 Kerby, Joe 90 KINCAlD'S CAFE - Mulhall 73 Kindschi, Betty 68 Kindschi, Kelli 33 Klingaman, Karl 13 Klingaman, Troy 71 Knight, Mandy 9, 38, 48, 92 Knight, Michelle 8, 35, 47, 61 Knott, Daniel 10 Knott, Dennis 26,40 Knott, Donald 6, 8, 30, 48 Knopiel, Becky 2, 25, 43, 47, 54, 58, 62, 63 Koch, Angela 2, 26, 47, 51 Koch, Genelle 2, 17, 25, 43, 44, 50, 58, 63, 90 Koch, Geoffrey 6, 30, 31, 47, 65 Koch, Gina 1, 11, 14, 16, 17, 18, 20, 42, 47, 53, 83, 90 Koch, Greg 14, 16, 19, 44, 53, 56, 64, 65 Koch, Jay 36, 47 Koch, Teresa 2, 20, 23, 43 KOUNTRY KITCHEN - Orlando 70 Lamb, Paul 37, 92 Larman, Audrey 7, 32, 34, 47, 48, 61 Larman, Gary 21,44 Larman, Monty 37,92 Larman, Wray 68 Leach, Amy 29, 47,48,49, 60,63 Leach, Leach Leach, Calvin 13 Celine 73 Leach, , Cody 38, 92 Lance 25, 44, 56, 57, 64, 76 Longan, Brandy 59 Lorance, Wayne 7, 9, 13 LUSTER REALTY AND AUCTION CO. Perry 87 Major, Gregg 28, 29, 48, 49 Major, Michael 40, 92 Major, Sondra 37,92 Martin, Bo 35, 48, 49, 61 Martin, Luke 8, 38, 92 Martin, Matthew 34, 48, 49, 61 Martin, Zachery 40,92 McAnally, Anya 8, 38, 92 McAnally, Charley 36, 68, 92 McAnally, Karen 68 McAnally, Shawn 9, 26, 27, 44, 45, 48, 49, 51 McBlair, Calvin 32 McBlair, Dolly 23, 46, 67 McBlair, Joshua 37, 75, 92 McManamy, Amber 38, 92 McNeill, Roy 3, 24, 25 MCVICKER STATIONERY CO. - Guthrie 89 Merrill, Rhonda 8, 38, 92 Merrill, Scott 30, 31, 60 Meyer, Bobbie 38,92 MEYER BROS. DIRT CONTRACTORS - Orlando 86 Meyer, Jr. 68 Mies, Annetta 39, 92 Mies, Charity 36,92 Miller, Amber 6, 40, 92 Miller, Charlie 38, 92 Mitchell, Russell 34, 49 Mooney, Jenny 30, 63, 90 MR. BURGER - Stillwater 82 Nealis, Carol 26, 46 Need, Chris 37 Nelson, Bill 15, 16, 20, 44, 64, 65, 66, 67 Newbold, Kristie 29, 48, 49 Newbold, Melanie 32, 34, 48, 61, 89 Newbold, Stephanie 25, 91 NEWT'S PHARMACY - Guthrie 75 Nicholas, Larry 18, 33, 61 Nickels, Nate 30, 31, 47, 60,65 NORTHSIDE LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS - Stillwater 83 Nunley, Jack 15, 20, 42, 44, 52, 56, 64 OKLAHOMA STATE BANK - Mulhall 73 Oldenburg, Jeff 8, 36, 47, 61, 92 Oldenburg, Joline 8, 38, 92 ORLANDO CHRISTIAN CHURCH A Orlando 85 Ortega, Michael 37, 92 Ortega, Michelle 30, 31, 60 Padgett, Justin 75, 92 Padgett, Sharla 92 PARKERFBROWN FUNERAL HOME - Perry 86 ' Patterson, Jim 13, 73 Payne, Bryce 9, 37,92 Payne, Michael 7, 30, 58, 65, 92 Peretto, Darlene 67 Peretto, Shaunna 4, 29, 60, 63 Peretto, Steve 21, 60, 63 Perrin Travis 9 PERRY DAILY JOURNAL - Perry 79 PERRY LUMBER COMPANY - Perry 70 PERRY PLUMBING COMPANY - Perry 80 Peveto, April 2, 10, 26, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 55, 59 Peveto, Geoff 9, 23, 52, 56, 57, 59, 64, 90 Pfeiffer, Matthew 6, 9, 39,92 Pfeiffer, Sarah 7, 34, 47, 48, 49, 61, 90 Phillips, Cody 40, 92 PLATT PRODUCTION CO. A Perry 80 Prince, Brian 9, 38, 92 Prince, Christy 11, 29, 48, 49, 58 Prince, Glenda 68 Prince, Rusty 34, 48, 61 Radebaugh, Jeremiah 38, 92 RALPH'S PACKING CO. W Perkins 71 Rangel, Albert 5, 26, 27, 45, 64 RAUPE APPRAISAL SERVICES, INC. - Orlando 73 Raupe Ruth 1, 2, 3, 16, 17, 18, 21, 51 REAVIS FUNERAL HOME - Stillwaver 84 Redman, Anthony 37,92 Redman, Brian 40,92 Reece, Ray 34, 48, 49, 61 Reece, Rochelle 11, 29 Resneder, Dorothy 21,33 Richards, Mark 5, 10, 15, 16, 19, 41, 42, 45, 52, 53, 56, 57, 64 Roberts, Jeff 25, 45, 56, 59, 64, 83, 88 Roberts, Mike 7, 35, 48, 49, 61 Roberts, Tim 7, 20, 26, 45, 48, 49, 64 Root, Lindsey 40,92 Rothermel, Denise 2, 25, 43, 50, 51, 52, 58, 59, 61, 83,91 Rothermel, Lori 38, 92 Rothermel, Tonya 2,14,16,17, 18, 41, 47, 48, 50, 51, 52, 58, 91 SAM'S CATERING - Stillwater 83 Sawyer, Tauwja 39, 92 Schmiedbauer, Hayley 6, 30, 60, 63 Schmiedbauer, Shelley 26, 89 Schrader, Carrie 33, 92 Schwandt, Evelyn 68 SEARS - Guthrie 22 f SEARS A Perry 87 Segura, Tina 26, 27 Shafer, Chasity 9, 71, 92 Shafer, Kelli 2, 10, 11, 14, 16, 17, 18, 20, 41, 42, 50, 51, 53, 55, 59, 63, 71, 90, 96 SHEDRICK JEWELRY - Perry 28 SHEPARD REFRIGERATION - Perry 80 Shrum, Anthony 35 Shurm, Shelly 2 Silvers, Mark 36, 61, 92 Silvers, Rodney 2, 9, 17, 25, 44, 47, 48, 49, 51 SMITH FUNERAL HOME - Guthrie 88 Snow, Pat 9 Snow, Roy 3, 13 STATE FARM INSURANCE - Perry 87 ST. CLAIR'S - Perry 77 Spaulding, Mary 9, 33 Spaulding, Rebekah 6, 30, 48, 49, 60, 88 Spouse, Horace 12, 21 Spouse, Mary Sue 21,33 Srader, Jackie 6, 40, 92 Srader, Tracie 26,91 STILLWATER MILL A Perry 86 Stoddart, Harriet 21, 46 SUSlE'S VIDEOLAND - Perry 78 Sylvester, Shanon 36, 61, 92 Sylvester Stacey 26, 48, 49, 51, 54, 63 Sylvester, Stephanie 3, 23, 63, 66, 67 T 81 L RANCHWEAR - Perry 79 Taylor, Roland 11, 29, 47 Taylor, Tim 7, 35, 47, 61 Terry, Geri 20, 25, 43, 89 Terry, Sandy 34, 49, 60 THAT'S MY GALLERY - Perry 87 Thomas, Clancy 6, 30, 47, 52, 60, 65, 91 THOMAS, OWEN FORD - Stillwater 82 Thomason, Brandy 8, 35, 48, 61 Thrash, Brad 21, 56,60 Thrash, Traci 53 Toepfer, Loran 7, 21 Tyler, David 15,24 Tyler, Steven 9, 24, 26, 27, 44, 56, 57, 64 UV UNITED COVOP A Mulhall 72 Van Vranken, Amy 8, 11 Van Vranken, Jennifer 11 Vaughn, Kim 25, 43, 54, 63, 89 Vaugh, Shelly 6, 30, 60, 88 VIDEO VISIONS - Stillwater 84 Wade, Connelly 2, 26, 27,44, 52, 56,89 Wade, Lavonna 2, 11 WALLER'S AUTO PARTS - Guthrie 74 WARREN MONUMENT - Guthrie 75 WATERBED ROOM - Stillwater 69 Watters, Chress 1, 16, 22, 23, 32, 42, 46, 96 Watters, Jo 46 Watters, Sarah 4, 6, 9, 8, 30, 48, 63, 90 Weinkauf, Janet 2, 5, 25, 44, 47, 48, 49, 51, 58, 83, 90 WESTERN AUTO - Perry 87 White, Gladys 1, 20, 21, 32, 42 WHlTE'S JEWELRY - Guthrie 75 Wise, Lori 26, 58 Wise, Stacey 6, 23, 58, 67 Wiss, Colby 37,92 Wiss, Ryan 35, 47, 48, 49, 61 WITTS 89er RESTAURANT - Perry 76 Wooten, Gladys 68 Wray, Marcus 33, 39, 92 Wray, Tommy 33, 37, 92 Yost, Peggy 33 Zimmer, Nadine 1, 16, 23, 42, 46, 53, 54, 62, 63 The last page of the yearbook always seems to symbolize the last of the school yearg and as you close the yearbook, you close on the memories of another year. Baseball games, student council meetings, initiations, basketball games, homecoming, fund-raisers, softball games, speech con- tests, prom, and graduation are all rolled in- to the pages of one yearbook. The graduating class of 1986 will nevermore walk these halls as students. The memories they have will never fade, but as the last few weeks ily by, they know their days are numbered. Next year another class will take their place, but that doesn't make it any easier to say good-bye - good-bye to the basic routine of high school life, their friends, and all the fun and not-soffun things they did. Well, in many ways this year is no excep- tion. As we say good-bye to everyone and everything and as the memories start to flood in, we will all remember that when we enrolled on the first day it was the beginning of the end. No more book reports, or term papers, or running to catch the bus. lt's all gone. Never to be the same again. This year has been different. For the first time since we have been playing sports, we had separate coaches, we organized at NHS, and of course just being seniors was unique to us, But the most unexpected ex- perience this year was the loss of an ex- cellent friend on January 9. We were sad- dened and grieved by the loss. I myself miss her more each day, more than l realize, and l'm sure others feel the same way about Chress. So now we have said our good-byes, some earlier than others, and now we have to look ahead because that is where life leads. As you close this yearbook, don't ever look back with regret, just smile and move on. - Editor Autographs Taytov Publishing Company lnsnco


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