Mulhall Orlando High School - Panther Yearbook (Orlando, OK)
- Class of 1987
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1987 volume:
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STATE OF THE ART
1 986-1 987
This year the happening music seemed t b
music that already happened. The ye b k ff
used album and song titles through h b ok.
PEOPLE ....... ...... 6
SENIORS ........... 1 6A
PERSONNEL . . . 17
UNDERCLASSMEN . 18
ORGANIZATIONS ..... 33
SPORTS ............. 44
ROYALTY ....... . . . 56
ACADEMICS ......... 60
BUSINESS ADS ....... 68
INDEX ......... . . .84
CLOSING .... . . . 88
ISSUED BY: lvlulhall-Orlando Sc Iando,
ON THE COVER: Shawn M
1. Through the days of dos
ing school work there
comes a time to get back to
the basics of leisure . . , in
other words, it's time to
2. We meet April Peveto, Denise
Flothermel, Stacey Sylvester, and Julie
Dudek at the Halloween dance. They will
be your guides through this LAND OF
3. A favorite pastime for Christy Cyphers, Sarah
Pfeiffer, and Melanie Newbold is rearranging
lockers. Sound dull? Well, it's not around M-O high.
Some of these lockers are quite interesting . . . While
we wait for them to pick up this mess, we'll stop and
play a few games of Foose ball with Jeff Roberts on
the table he built in industrial arts.
4. We're going to take this bridge to the oti
side of this mad world, even though it is al
tle shaky from the floods we had
Guess what? We were in luck! The current was strong and we lost
r tour guides! Stacy Golay, Brad Harman, and Christine Anthis are
Elly glad they wore "Jams" today. The "coke" machine is a good
ce to end this tour.
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Bircket, and Stephanie Newbolt are
happy about being out of the
and into the fun, fun, fun . . .
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6. Why do we need a rubber raft? Did the loud speaker say, "No
swimming and please don't feed the alligators'?" What is this
place? The loud speaker just said this was Mulhall, but we don't
believe it. Maybe the current is strong enough for us to float out of
here . . .
This is our kind of place . . . loud music, good food,
and wild people. Wow, what a place to live. Too bad
we can't live in this LAND OF CONFUSION forever,
but we have to be flying off to the normal everyday
life of books, teachers, and long bus rides but
we'll always be able to laugh because we know there
is a LAND OF CONFUSION out there somewhere.
The routine of readin ,
writin', and 'rithmetic is
fascinating we admit, but
getting OUTDOORS is
Joline Oldenburg had to spend several hours out at
the sheep pen, and it paid off! She won grand
champion at the county fair. Af
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Every spring the sixth graders go to Guthrie to the
Outdoor Education Workshop. RADicaI!
Can you find the hidden Santa? Qrightj Ashley and
Amber Miller can hardly wait to tell him they want a
sled so they can play outdoors in the snow.
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Qfrontj and Amber McManamy frig
wonder where to look for the pri
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QRIGHTJ Around the mudholel Over the
mudhole! Anthony Barnes and Jennifer
anthis rock to the rhythm of the . . . rain.
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,ost eggs, but Mrs, Klndschi checks the baskets of
aul Driskel, Tommy Wray, and Tiffany Graef too.
QABOVEJ Twelve inches of snow! Totally awesome! Cool! Not much
fun for the bus drivers, but for Cody Leach and Mark Silvers it's
time to make snowballs.
As you can see, M-O grade school students believe that all the
outside activities bring alot of FASCINATION to their school life,
ADMINISTRATION ...... ....
RESOURCE PERSONNEL .... . . .
SENIOR ............. .... 1
SERVICE PERSONNEL .... .... 1
HIGH SCHOOL .... .... 1
GRADE SCHOOL .... .... 2
"BE YOURSELF TONIGHT" seemed to
thought running through evewone's mind
students of M-O boogied the night away
O's HaIIoween dance.
The 1987 yearbook staff would like to dedicate this year's book to
Mrs. Peggy Yost. Mrs. Yost has taught at Mulhall-Orlando Elementary
School for 18 years, and before the schools consolidated she taught
home economics at Mulhall. She has helped with many sixth grade
graduations and prepared many kids for the new high school life, Mrs.
Yost is not just a teacher, she is a great friend. The yearbook staff
wishes her many more happy years to come.
Mrs.. Yost has taught at
Mulhall since the fall of
1966 t th 1971-72
school year. She taught
home economics until 1968
when she became an
elementary school teacher.
This ear sh ' se '
y e is rving as
Harris came to
Mulhall in the fall of 1967 as
coach and principal and
moved to Orlando the next
year. ln addition to sewing
as principal, he has
coached, taught safety
education, industrial arts,
and other classes,
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
I Maurice Day
A R I Leona Harrell
r Karl Klingman
I Gary Koch
it Calvin Leach
Mary Sue Sprouse
8th Grade English
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Mr' Lafman and Mike Fillmore have 3 little Chat at the FFA The 1985-86 seventh graders gave Mrs. Dunn aparty on her birthday She was very
banquet' N prised. Shelly Vaughn served the cake,
10 HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
I e The Moody Blues
Dorothy Kelli .
Resneder Kindschi grfizogasd
Kindergarten cz, Third Grade Cgach ra e
2- 3331. din 9 Peggy Yost Cummings
First Grade Fourth Grade 3222! Music
ggrjgder fin Norma Daniels
Nicholas looks as if he is trying to get Tim Taylor
involved in a book,
Mrs. Daniels is having a discussion with Troy Hanes
I and Mark Silvers over their spelling.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FACULTY 11
The 1985-86 Junior Play, Tune In On Terror, was No,
11 on the Top 40 last year. lt was directed by Mary Sue
Sprouse and played by the 85-86 M-O Junior class. It
was presented by these recording artists:
Jaquellne Jerrold QJlkkrJ
Rev Pete Moss
Mrs Dudley Fuddy
Dllllngham Fuddy tDrIj
Herr Dokter Klaus Von
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The next year the 1986-87 Senior play ranked at No.
12. It was directed by J. Alan Ball and, as we all well
know, A Feudin' Over Yonder is a play he will not soon
Cast of Characters:
Todd Cook Pappy Popoll
Stephanre Sylvester May Fry
Aunt Harry Hornhonker
Becky Mae Hornhonker
Geol1Peveto Clem Fry
Stacey Wrse Rosle Bell Fry
Sean Kerth lzzre Fry
Dann Howard Travelrn' Preacher
Dolly McBIarr Three Weodrng Guests
Genelle Koch ,
Senior Play 13
Sharon Flasoh and
Teresa Koch and
MOST LIKELY TO
Kelli Downs and
MOST FUN TO BE
Nadine Gage and
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Geoffrey Lee Peveto, President
Teresa Lynn Koch, Secretary
Alan Ball, Sponsor
Stephanie Kay Sylvester, Vice-President
Robert Todd Cook, Reporter
Mark Cummings, Sponsor
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'ig FAVORITE MOVIES
Rhonda Faye Adkisson Michelle Renee Henke FAVORITE SONGS
NEVER SAY GOOD-BYE
FAVORITE TV SHOWS
THE COSBY SHOW
Fred A. Wills Charles Joseph Fishburn
YOU GIVE LOVE A BAD NAME
Kelli Ranelle Downs Larry Hoggatt Julie Ann Dudek
Ricky Andrews recelves a grit from his classmates.
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The year of 198687 has been very
memorable for us all. It has been filled
with all kinds of excitement. One of
the most remembered is the week of
Sept. 29Oct. 3. M-O received over 13
inches of rain all together. Buses were
stuck days at a time and bridges were
washed out, some completely away.
Some parts oi the bus routes were
impassable or avoided entirely. We
are lucky to enploy the team of drivers
we have today!
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Looks like the sophomores are off to a good start in history class.
fRight: Angela Koch, Below: Rochelle Henke and Shawn McAnaIly.J
homore FFA members
nelly Wade, with his
nts Sam and Mary Ann
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t pass up a good meal.
FFA banquet is held
ry spring to honor
nts and others who
ort FFA, At the head
in the background is
ene and Leona Harrell.
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Shelley Schmiedbauer makes Halloween
cookies in home economics class.
During collegefcareer day, Shelly Reece is talking to Brady Mc-
Cullough from Indian Meridan Vo-Tech School.
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The Freshman class really enjoyed homecoming week, especially when they got to dress up
on "Nerd" or Tacky Day. Paul Fagan, Rosetta Bircket, Shaunna Peretto and Becky Jack
were caught by surprise while they were in typing class.
lf' r n I I1 REO Speedwagon
CLASS OFFICERS - Staci Barker, presidentg Shaunna Peret-
to, vice-presidentg Stephanie Bussard, secretaryetreasurerg
Kristie Newbold, reporter.
The day of homecoming we had class competition during a
thirty-minute pep rally. Kristie Newbold, Susie Fishburn, and
Stephanie Bussard look like they are really enjoying
YOUTH 0F TODAY
President, Scott Mernll
Vice President Larry Zammer
Secretary, Chnsty Cyphers
Treasurer, Justun Day
Reporter, Geoffrey Koch
Tracy K., Jason D., Miko P., and
Nate N., going all the way to the
top of the charts.
24 EIGHTH GRADE
The headline for this page is in Jeri Bussard's handwriting.
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The Sixth Grade made Muhammad's castle out of cardboard for
social studies. Muhammad was born in Mecca, around A.D. 570.
He married a forty-year-old woman when he was twenty-five years
old. ln 610, Muhammad began preaching to the people of Mecca.
He called his religion Islam. Muhammad's army captured many
lands to build a great empire.
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Looking to see who's at the top of the charts. Uonnlier
Barker and Renee Flaschj Renee printed the headline for the
fifth grade page.
Checking out new releases.
Uamle Galloway, Emlly Driskel,
Jay Koch, and Jeff Oldenburg at
the book fairy
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and Mrs. Fuller at the '86 Easter egg X Boston
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first graders have imaginations? Just ask their teacher, Mrs.
ulding. Just as Tutti-Frutti is a delicious blend of fruits, their
are just as complex. The computer screen has Travis
and Brian Redman spellbound. Amber Miller and Michael
use the age-old crayons, scissors, and glue to create new
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Laurie Cyphers printed the
headline for the Kindergarten
Looks like we're all through for Dreamtime. - Dani Green
the day - Kristy Lorance and Chris Barnes.
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ORGANIZATIONS ..... . . .34
CHEERLEADERS .... . . . . 44
SPRINGIFALL SPORTS . . . . . . . 46
WINTER SPORTS .......... . . . 50
ROYALTY ................. . . . 56
LASSROOM ACADEMICS . . . . . .
BUSINESS ADS. .
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outer limits of strength to
put the shot as far as she
can at STATE.
sions. There's just too
much to choose from."
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The Mullhall-Orlando National Honor Society is in
its second year ol existence and is still going strong.
This year's project was to start Students Against
Drunk Driving QSADDJ. Mr. John Amtmann, president
ol the Oklahoma County Chapter ol Mothers Against
Drunk Driving was invited to speak at an assembly.
The inductees for N.H.S. the year of 1986 are Todd
Cook lpresidentl, Kelli Downs lvlce-presidentl, Billy
Mike Edwards, Sally Estus, and Kurt Friend
treporterl Teresa Koch, who became a N.H.S. in
Guthrie in 1984, is our secretary-treasurer. The 1986
inductees lor the Junior Honor Society are Jill
Hopler, Amy Leach, Shaunna Peretto, Albert Flangel.
and Roland Taylor.
HOP Ll Vll Heading the creed ol the NHS tMike
Fillmore Kelli Shatcr, and Kurt Fricndl
HOP lllGllll MFMBEHS OF N H S QBOTTOM ROW,
Miko lillnioro Kelli Shalcr. lonya Hothormcl, Wendi
llarits and Greg Duncan QSECOND ROWl Billy Mike
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Edwards, Kelli Downs, Teresa Koch, and Sally Estus
lTHlFlD ROWJ Kurt Friend, Todd Cook, and Mrs
QCENTER LEPU MEMBERS OF J H S- QBOTTOM
ROWl Rochelle Henke, Janet Weinkaul, Denise
Rolhermel, and Genelle Koch QSECOND ROW, Roland
Taylor, Shaunna Peretto, Julie Dudek, Becky Knoplel,
Kim Downs, April Peveto, and Amy Leach QTHIRD
ROW, Albert Hangel, Mark Hood, Connally Wade,
Rodney Silvers, Trey Fillmore, Brian Duncan, Jill Hopler,
Angela Koch, Kyla Hull, and Mrs Dunn, Advisor
KCENTER RIGHTI On Halloween the S AD D chapter
members sal in classrooms as ghosts representing the
many people killed hy drunk drivers tFloland Taylor,
ghost, Frank Cunningham, and Junior Burgess l QBOT-
TOM RIGHTJ Receiving his certificate of authenticity
tAlbcrt Flangel Genelle Koch, Flodney Silvers, and
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How do you feel about being chosen for OHS?
"ln a word - Amazed! "
"I was truly excited about having the honor of being
chosen to such a prestigious organization as 0HS. "
"l think it is an honor and privilege to be chosen into
"lt is strange to get an award for doing your best
when you should always do your best. "
"Surprised and grateful!"
"lt makes you glad that all your hard work finally
paid off for something. "
Oklahoma Honor Society
Every year the top ten percent of the Mulhall-Orlando high
school students are chosen for the Oklahoma Honor Society.
This year the students chosen were Brian Duncan, Kurt Friend,
Todd Cook, Rodney Silvers, Teresa Koch, April Peveto, and
Denise Flothermel, The students are chosen according to their
semester grades for the second semester grades ol the
previous year and the first semester of the current year. The
honor is only for one year, but many will remember it through
the rest of their educational days.
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Student CouncilfS.A,D.D, members painted their faces white to participate in a
ghost walk to represent the number of people killed in thirty minutes in accidents in-
volving drunk drivers.
5150 Calilornta police code lor the
criminally insane Even though
they're not criminals they had to be a
little insane to be in this group The
Student Council made it through
another year with Mr Harris as their
sponsor They started oll again by
selling KATT shirts and did pretty
good, but their Growl Towels didn't
sell so good ln February they sold
Valentine messages again - this
time Hershey's Kisses instead ol
balloons ll1lTSllIdCl1lCllllllllll-S main protect this year was teaming with the National Honor Socie-
ty to start tho lirsl S A D D chapter tn tttc community
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Kelli Downs stands beside one of the
helped decorate for career day.
36 STUDENT COUNCIL
Trey Fillmore greets one ot the speakers he and other Student
members helped on career day. QLEFTXFRONT ROWl
April Peveto, Geoff Peveto, Rodney Silvers, Kelli Downs.
ROWJ Bradley Harman, Clancy Thomas, Shelly Vaughn,
Bussard. QBACK ROW, Audrey Larman, Trey Fillmore, Kim
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The SPEECH CLUB attended various
qualifying tournaments this year,
April Peveto, Kyla Huff, Angela Koch
and Christine Anthis, along with "Coach
Ftaupef' competed at Okeene, Langston,
Kingfisher, and O.C.S. The most fun was had
meeting other "speechies" during breaks from
Rounds. Speech Club Members Are: QFRONT ROW,
QL-F0 Kyla Huff, Christine Anthis, Janet Weinkauf.
KMIDDLE ROWQ Angela Koch, Connelly Wade, April Peveto,
Stacey Sylvester. QTOP ROWQ Kelli Downs, Rodney Silvers,
QBELOW FNGHTJ Angela Koch gets into her "Romeo
and Juliet" monologue. QMIDDLE LEFTJ April Peveto and Janet Weinkauf
are going through speech material to "work up" for contest.
LEFTQ Kyla Huff is in a desperate struggle to survive Kelli Downs' attack.
he Barrel of llssormtion
QABOVED Sheila Edmondson receives an FHA pin
and a long-stemmed red rose at the 1986-87 FHA in-
stallation. Sharon Flash and Michelle Henke made
This year seven new members were initiated. The
banquet and installation were held during the noon
hour because repeated rains and flooding caused
them to be postponed two times, This was a fun day
and the table was filled with a great variety of food
which was provided by the girls.
ln November the FHA sold Current products, with
a goal of raising enough money to buy a computer
for the Home Ec. department.
FHA: tFRONT ROWl Rhonda Adkisson,
historianfphotographerp Sharon Flasch, president,
Carol Nealisg Tina Segurag Michelle Henke, vice-
presidentfreporterg and Stacey Wise,
secretaryftreasurer. ISECOND ROW! Shelly Reese,
Geri Terry, Kim Downs, Becky Knopfel, and Dolly
McBlair. QBACK ROWl Staci Barker, Shelly Johnson,
Mrs. Stoddart, Advisor, and Sheila Edmondson.
Ryan Wiss and Audrey Larman keep their eyes on the judge at the
aul Young local 1986 Sprung Stock Show
4-H CLUB: fFRONT
Elliott Evans, Cody
Beth Bussard, Jeff Day,
Ryan Wiss. QSECOND
Anthony Redman, Misti
rgens, Monty Larman, and
ri Bussard. QTHIRD ROW,
ff Oldenburg, Sondra Majors,
rah Bussard, Jamie
llaway, and Mark Silvers.
ACK ROW! Jay Koch,
ichelle Knight, Paul Driskel,
NIOR 4-H CLUB: QFRONT
wp Christy Cyphers, Con-
lly Wade, Valerie Hafner,and
drey Larman. fSECOND
Wy Nate Nickels, Sarah
eiffer, Janet Weinkauf,
nene Bode, and Justin Day,
HIRD ROW, Sharon Flasch,
cky Knoptel, Sandy Terry,
d Angela Koch. QBACK
WJ Geoffrey Koch and April
Although Darin Howard shows his laml
all over the country, he never misses c
, ,WD local fair. Here Darin strives for perfectii
as he sets up his Grand Champion Suffc
Chris Hopfer and Casey Gorrell get macho at the Slave AuctionfMountain Oyster Fry. Whether.
QLEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROWj Jeff Roberts, Sentinel, Chris Hopfer, Treasurer, Trey Fillmore, Secretary, Janet Weinkauf, Vice-Preside
and Chapter Sweetheart, Rodney Silvers, President, Shawn McAnalIy, Reporter, and Bubba Leach. QSECOND ROW! Shelly Reese, Sta
Barker, Christine Anthis, Steve Tyler, Junior Burgess, B. J, Graef, Roland Taylor, and Denny Bussard. QTHIRD ROWj Paul Fagan, Conne
Wade, Frank Cunningham, Shane Estus, David Endevoets, Casey Gorrell, and Troy Golay. QFOURTH ROWT James Giles, Jonathon Ha
gard, Stacy Golay, Kevin Andrews, Tim Roberts, Dennis Knott and Brian Duncan. KFIFTH ROWj Sean Keith, Roy McNeill, and Darin Howari
trength in Numbers Spee
"The TVA is a national organization reaching lrom the
te ot Alaska to Puerto Rico and lrom the slate of Marne to
wart " With over 17.000 members in Oklahoma alone, the
A takes pride in being the worlds largest youth
he FFA chapter is thc busiest organization as il is active
year round During the summer, alumni camp is held lor
se members interested in improving their leadership
ills It is turided by the National FFA Alumni Association
d organized by state otlicers Connelly Wade, who attend-
last summer says, "Alumni camp is greatll The people
re are cool and the girls are good Iookrn'l"
Although there are stock shows all year round, main show
asons are in the lall and spring Local, county, district. and
te lairs keep the livestock people on their toes The rudg-
ing teams are also active during this time
The ollicers and greenhand quiz contestants attend a
leadership seminar in October While the greenhands com-
pete, the otlicers attend workshops such as "How to Pro-
mote Particrpation in State and National Events " At the
seminar, the ollicers get a group picture with state otlrcers
and a steak dinner
The otticers also attend the state and national convene
tions in Oklahoma City and Kansas City, Missouri At the
state convention this year, Mike Fillmore was awarded the
State Farmer Degree These trips are an experience tor the
ollrcers as well as for Mr Larman
"The FFA is more than gust farm stull lt's leadership,
public speaking, and a whole lot ol lunl"
- Janet Weinkaut
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At the M-O Horse Show, Frank Cunne
ingham and his companion, Mariah,
pause to give the judge a final look.
Steve Tyler perfects his grooming skills at
the M-O Stock Show,
Trey Fillmore completes his last task after
a hectic day in the swine barn at the
county fair in Guthrie.
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GRADE SCHOOL BAND: QTOP ROWQ Mr. Cummings,
QMIDDLE ROWQ Matt Graef, Shanon Sylvester, Renee Flasch
Roberts, Elliott Evans, Ryan Wiss, Jeff Oldenburg. QBOTTOM
Jay Koch, Jamie Galloway, Emily Driskel, Michelle Knight, Dee
Jennifer Jenkins, Jennifer Barker, Beth Bussard, Brandy
Mark Silvers, and Joe Johnson.
HIGH SCHOOL BAND: QTOP ROW, Mr. Cummings, Directorg Mic
Kolb, Tracy Karcher, Melanie Newbold, Kristie Newbold, Gregg lv
jors, Clancy Thomas, Larry Zimmer. IMIDDLE ROWl Donald Knc
Michael Payne, Angela Koch, Sarah Watters, Rochelle Henke, Gene
Koch, Shawn McAnaIIy, Kyla Huff, Matthew Martin, Tim Rober
Christy Prince, Janet Weinkauf, Rusty Prince. QBOTTOM ROW, Ar
Peveto, Amy Leach, Audrey Larman, Stacey Sylvester, Su:
Fishburn, Sarah Pfeiffer, Christine Anthis, Jonene Bode, Keri Adkii
and Denise Rothermel.
The 1986 Christmas program was held at Mulhall. This year there
Es a new group performing along with the grade school classes. lt
s the Mullhall-Orlando Glee Club, This was the first year for the
:hool to have a chorus class since 1979, When the class first got
Erted, their voices were a little off. but they had really improved by
cember, Mr. Cummings is the director of this group.
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From tryouts in the spring to camp in
the summer all the way to basketball
season in the fall and winter, with prac-
tices, meetings, and fundraisers
everywhere in between, it's a wonder
they can all stay in syncli
Cheerleaders are here to cheer us up
when our school spirit is down. Posters,
pep rallies, and those friendly smiles
you pass in the hall are a cheerleaders
duty. However, cheerleaders are
noticed most when filling in the silent
spaces at ball games. Their cheers and
chants get us on our feet and en-
courage our teams.
"To be a good squad, every arm mo-
tion, leg motion, and word has to be
sharp and defined. Synchronicity is
hard to obtain with seven very different
people and personalities. With the help
of our sponsor, Mrs. Sprouse, and our
coach, Traci Thrash, this squad has
finally gotten it all together - on the
court and off." - Head Cheerleader,
a great leadership
A lot of time and hard work go into making homecoming a success.
Janet, Stephanie, and Christy sort spirit corsages.
QAII cheerleading suits and the mascot suit were made by Betty
Fishburn. The mascot head was made by JoVona Oldenburgj
'Mo' helps advertise Grow! Towels for the
student council at a basketall game,
Pep rallies are exciting!! Especially the
sidelines add to the
excitement of the
game "They're also
a lot of fun!" -
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Christy Prince, Susie
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Sharon Flasch is all fired up and ready for the ball.
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Koch and Becky Knopfel await the hit.
Amy Leach waits for another strike to come
across the plate.
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The high school girls softball team is anxiously awaiting the outcome ofa game in order
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with a team rival in the finals at districts which put the Panther's season to an end with a
22-5 record. The junior high had a slow season, with the team made up for the most part
of seventh graders. They put out their best effort and hope to return next year with a
QBELOWJ THE 1986-87 HIGH SCHOOL FALL SOFTBALL TEAM: QFIRST ROWj Angela Koch,
Shaunna Peretto, Stephanie Bussard, Kyla Huff, Amy Leach, Kim Downs, Rosetta Bircket,
QSECOND ROWy Stephanie Sylvester, Genelle Koch, Sharon Flasch, Michelle Henke, Rochelle
Henke, Stacey Sylvester, Becky Knopfel, Coach Steve Peretto.
QLEFTJ Christy Cyphers is trying to outrun the throw to first base.
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iedbauer. QSECOND ROWy Christy Cyphers, Sandy Terry,
Wie Newbold, Audrey Larman, Coach Steve Peretto.
tMlDDLE BIGHU Dream into Action Stephanie Sylvester lures another one an
QBOTTOM RIGHU The high schoolgirls always had team spirit, even il they were down
Stacey Sylvester, Genelle Koch, Kyla Hull, Rosetta Bnrcket, Amy Leach, Angela Koch.
Rochelle Henke, Michelle Henke, and Stephanie Sylvester cheered their team on to
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QMIDDLE LEFTJ lt's out of the park! lChris Hopferi
QBOTTOMJ QFRONT ROW, Casey Gorrell, Connelly Wade, Te
Tressler, Brian Duncan, and Fred Wills. QBACK ROW, Tr
Fillmore, Chris Hopfer, Eddie Betchan, Shane Estus, Jeff Flober
Bubba Leach, and Coach Thrash.
QUPPEFQ Brian Duncan giving the signal and awaiting the pitch.
QLOWER LEFTl At last, l've crossed home plate! tJeff Flobertsl
QLOWER RIG-HU Trey Fillmore receives the ball at first base to get
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Eddie Betchan appears to have an INVISIBLE TOUCH on the ball as he moves around the
winning their first three conference games in a row
finals of the M-O invitational for only the third time in
history, and placing three players fTodd Cook, Geoff
die Betchanl on the all-conference team. Coach Thrash did a great
t in his second year ever to coach. Although their season ended at 1 -
with two tough losses, at the end of the season they lost only two
time starters and five players all together. The Panthers will be an
greater presence next year.
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The M-O basketball team was a PRESENCE on the court this ve
, it to
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TEAM: QFRONT ROWJ Hayley Schmied-
bauer, Michelle Ortega, Jonene Bode, and
Sarah Pfeiffer. KBACK ROW, Shelly Vaughn,
Sandy Terry, Melanie Newbold, Coach Steve
Peretto, Christy Cyphers, Audrey Larman,
and Rebekah Spaulding.
Christy Cyphers throws the ball to Melanie
Newbold for an easy two points.
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coaches, Brad Thrash and Steve Peretto,
had high hopes for their young teams.
Jason Driskel shoots the basketball while
Steward Bode and Geoffrey Koch guard
the opponents for Jason.
THE 1986-87 JB. HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM QFRONT ROWj Scott Dudek, Nate Nick
Justin Day, Matthew Martin, Bradley Harman. QBACK ROWI Scott Merrill, Steward Bo'
Jason Driskel, Coach Brad Thrash, Geoffrey Koch, Sean Eisensmith, and Clancy Thomas.
Coach Larry Nicholas has a bright and talented 5th and 6th
grade team Both boys and grrls had a winning season.
oach Nicholas is proud ot his two teams
Shanon Sylvester goes up tor a jump shot, while Michelle
Knight watts lor the rebound
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THE 5th AND 6th GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL
TEAM: QFRONT ROWJ Ryan Wiss, Jeff Oldenburg,
Danny l-lopkins, and Elliott Evans. tBACK ROW, Jay
Koch, Tim Taylor, Mike Roberts, Matthew Graef, Joe
Johnson, Charley McAnaIly, Mark Silvers and Coach
Matthew Graef and Jeff Oldenburg guard
5th AND 6th GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM. QFRONT ROWQ Shanon Sylvester,
Jack, Brandy Thomason, Jeri Bussard, and Jamie Gallaway. KBACK ROWQ Renee
Jennifer Jenkins, Michelle Knight, Dorothy Bode, Emily Driskel, Jennifer Barker, and
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On November 21, 1986 the Ians and guests al 2
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The theme for the evening was "Now and Q 9 9 14 Q ,9.W, . Q ' V
Forever" and was brought out in the colors of teal 1 ,E 4 F t 0 . 9 lip- ,Y "g 1, ' ,,
and while lhe ceremony began with the entire A , if t in I l P v- I K if ' 'wf"'Q,..zig:-,, A
basketball learn and cheerleaders entering the ' x ,Q f .1 'Q' fmt 'xp ii'
court Followrngthem werelhe tour attendants and , ., 9 ' J " 'I 9, , Y '
their escorts, freshmen to seniors finally. through A , , ' Q 4 ' W rug, Q. 4 " '
the flashes ol cameras, and cons and ah's, the en- ' yt f ,, O .I if 5 ,jr E- ' I
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complete the romantic setting the song 1 lr.--,' ' NX 7 '- .11 H
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and Queeng Todd Cook and Michelle Henke, Seniors, Connelly Wade and , i 4
Rochelle Henke, Sophomoresg Mike Hafner, Crown Bearer, Brooke if rip
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Around the World in a Day
Prince and the Revolution
This year the Pizza Hut sponsored a reading contest where each student reading at least
books a month was awarded a free personal pan pizza. Marriya Harrell, Luke Martin, and
Prince check the chart to see who's up for the next pizza.
QINSETQ Justin Cyphers receives an award from Mr. Lorance for reading 25 or more books.
The world of reading can lead you
anywhere you want to go. With that kind of
opportunity, it's no wonder that children
young and old enjoy reading. Books are a
super way to take a trip AROUND THE
WORLD IN A DAY.
Winter Cyphers and Marcus Wray explore a
new world in the second grade reading
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Ask the fourth graders how they like to spend their time and they will say, "W,E.l,R.D,!!"
Decoded that stands for "We Enjoy Independent Reading Daily," tJason Harman, Misti
Jurgens, Jason Kerby, and Carrie Harmanl
The first grade learns to read with the use
phonics. The sound board is a lot of
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composition, Mark Hood strains his brain to find information for his
paper on Gothic novels.
Sarah Watters diagrams a sentence in Mrs Sprouse's English
class. Sometimes MODERN ENGLISH can be rather tedious
and nerve racking.
An outsider might think ofa small school as intellectually
restrictive, The fact is, in a small school students receive more
individual attention from teachers. James Giles needed some
help with his prepositional phrases and Mrs, Flaupe helped him
out with a smile.
Jennifer Jenkins, Jeri Bussard, Michelle Knight, Brandy
Thomason, Dorothy Bode, and Dee Jack work hard to write
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No problem is too hard to handle for Mat-
thew Pfeiffer and Jerry Ballinger.
Sondra Major, Monty Larman, Beth
Bussard, and Nedra Burgess are becom-
ing electricians as they connect batteries
for their science project.
"What can l say?" tJennifer
Balderson and Cara Clark
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Jason Oldenburg, Dani Green, Stacy Mack, Kristy Lorance, Rodney Cyphers Martha Nees Kaky Neugent and Jennife
Mrs. Resneder tell one of her wondedul stories.
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Hayley Schmiedbauer models her personally constructed
summer wear in "Fashion Upbeat," the home economics
fashion show which was a highlight of the spring season at
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Dennis Knott and Frank Cunningham reconstruct a stock
L trailer in vocational agriculture class.
Elliott Evans and Charley McAnally put a puzzle
oks had not arrived when school began in the fall, so Keri Adkins, together to hem mem 'earnfheir States ?nd,C3pna'S- All
Knott, Geoflery Koch, and Sean Eisensmith build log cabins for Students who have,beefr'f1 MW' Dan'9'S mm Wade
phy pfoiectsu classes remember this social studies assignment.
Brett Bowden, Metal Fabrication
Ricky Cook, Metal Fabrication
Steve Dixon, Carpentry
David Endevoets, Metal Fabrication
Shane Estus, Metal Fabrication
Troy Golay, Metal Fabrication
Casey Gorrell, Diesel Mechanics
QABOVEJ Fioy McNeill
and Casey Gorrell in-
stalling a water pump in
a Cummings diesel
CHIGHTJ Shane Estus in
his work place at
Darin Howard, Metal Fabrication VofTech.
Sean Keith, Metal Fabrication
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water distillation experiment.
QTOP RIGHU The science classes went to Norman to a science
fair. Sheila Edmondson and Kim Vaughn are tired, so they decide
to take a short break in front of an OU campus building.
The science classes this year are being taught by Mr, Ball, He
teaches General Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics, which
is being taught via the satellite three times a week. Mrs, Dunn
teaches seventh grade science.
QLEFTJ So what do you think? Jeff Day, fourth grader, shows off his
science project, a prairie dog town with wildlife about.
At the science fair there were many experiments. The tall pole
with the boxlike thing going up is a rubber-band powered vehicle.
Then there was an egg drop lbottom centerj. There was also a
balsa wood bridge contest. The best bridge held up to 900 lbs. Mr.
Ball took the science classes so they could see the projects and
learn how they were built so we could have a science fair next
LELUIEIE IBIJISLP LLL 'IJLLI3 LLILIUIPLLL
Pictured below is M-O's first satellite dish. Inset: Mr. Toepfer, Michelle Henke, and Julie
watch the German program. Mrs. Caroline Jones was the monitor last year,
On December 12, 1985, Mulhall-Orlando
received their first satellite program. This At the end of the German program last year's students received awards of recognition
great feat gave the students another choice them was Kelli Shafer, who is pictured with Dr. Wolhert. Bottom Right
in high school curriculum. The class is taught
by a professor, Dr. Harry Wolhert, at f
Oklahoma State University and is transmitted
to M-O. The class is offered throughout the
state of Oklahoma to an school who has a
satellite system or can attain one. Dr, Wolhert
has been a US. citizen for 25 years and also
teaches a German course at O.S.U.
Last year Dr. Wolhert came to the school to
teach the class for one day. Kelli Shafer,
Geoff Peveto, Janet Weinkauf, and Teresa
Koch listen intently.
The 1985-86 German students Mark Hood, Geoff Peveto, Kelli Shafer, Janet Weinkauf, Teresa
Koch, and Flodney Silvers went to the O.S.U. studio to be the host school on the program.
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see the concentration on his face as Paul Driskel works during the Mad
In Math this year M-O has two teachers - Mr. Toepfer,
Geometry, Algebra ll, and Algebra I and Mr. Peretto, High
School Math and Jr. High Math, Most textbooks used are
published by Holt.
"It's like we have our own little family with just seven students.
lt's hard but it's fun,"
Sharon Flasch, Algebra ll
"Being in Geometry helps me come to better 'conclusions.' "
Rochelle Henke, Geometry
QLEFTJ Rochelle Henke works steadily on a problem in
Geometry. QBELOWJ Sarah Bussard and Micheal Ortega,
fourth graders, work as fast as they can on the Mad Minute.
The Mad Minute is a contest to see who can get the most pro-
blems done in a minute.
Kyla Huff claims the "Ultimate Problem" in her Geometry
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ABES REAL FSTATE - Guthrie 73
ACTONS FURNITURE ff Guthrre 70
Adkrns, Kerr 24, 42, 63
Adkrsson, Rhonda 15, 16, 16C, 38, 43, 76
Andrews, Kevrn 20, 40, 83
Andrews, Rrchard 17
Andrews, Rrcky 9, 16D
Anthrs, Chrrstrne 3, 9, 20, 37, 40, 42, 85
1988 KINDAERSARTEN GRADUATION LEFT TO RIGHT Jennrter Balderson, Brran Redman, Cara CIark, Danrelle
0 roo , IC aeI Mator, Jackre Srader, Melrssa Graham, Cody Phrlttps, Summer Bradshaw and Ashley Muller Then
teacher was Mrs Schrader '
COWELL, DR SCOTT
- Perry 82
CROSSFIELD, J I ,CHL VROLET ff
OLDSMOBILE -' Perry 80
CROSSROADS CHRONICLI - Mulhall
Cummrngs, Mark 11, 16A, 42, 43, 85
Cunnrngham, Frank 20, 34, 40, 54, 63
Cyphers, Chrrsty 2, 24, 39, 47, 54, 81
Cyphers, Elrzabeth I7
Cyphers, Justrn 30, 43, 60
Cyphers,Laur1e 32, 43
Cyphers, Rodney 32, 43, 62
Cyphers, Wrnter 30, 43, 60
Anthrs,Jenn1Ier 5, 29, 43
Baloerson Jennrter 31, 43,62
Ball, Alan 10,13,16A,16D,76
Ball Alan Andrew 85
Ballrnger, Jerry 30, 43, 62
BSIIIHQCL Ter' 30143 BusHA's BOUTIQUE 7 Perry 80
B3019'-J9VIf1'IC' 27- 42- 55 Bussard, Beth 28, 39, 42, 62
B3'It0f- 5130 17122.38.40, 71 Bussard, Dennrs 23, 36, 40, 59
3301051 CITVIS 32143 Bussard, Jen 26, 39, 43, 55, 58, 61
Eames- 3031103 31. 43 Bussard, Sarah 28, 39, 43, 67
5301051 AIIIITOVIY 5130743 Bussard, Shanna 29, 43
BU'I'I0II1B"a"' 31 . 43 e11ssa1f1,s1Qpnan1C 17, 23, 45, 47, 51
BESTYE T, LARRYS Perry 79
Betchan,Edd1e 18, 48, 53, 59, 87
Bucket, Rosetta 3, 22, 45, 47, 51
Blackburn, Brooke 59
BOBO'S MEXICAN RESTAURANT -
5,,,,Wa,C, 68 c :L D our FIELD SERVICE - Orlando 77
Bode! Dommy 25' 43' 55' 61 CALICO CAT -- Guthrie 72
e0ae,J0nene 4,16n,25,33,39,42,47, CafHph0H1VVavnp 9130-43
54 CI-IAPPELL'S DECORATING AND
Bode! Macho, 4. 160425 raopuv CENTER -- curmre 72
Bode. Smwam 24' 54' 79 CHERYLS HAIR DESIGN -f Perry 80
Bowoen, Rrelt 12, 13, 15, ra, 165, 64 C'a'k1Ca'3 31-431 6394
Bradshaw, Summer 31, 43,84 CONSUMFRS 'GA 7 SUIIWQICI 68
enENt's PAINT AND rsoov -f Perry 82 COOK 810117 9' 191:54
QROWNFUNERALHOM, ,buy 82 CoM,hdd1213J4A6J6A3435o3
aummnroamwuvfcmmm 71 M59
Burgess, Wrllram IJun1orI 22, 34, 40
Burgess, Krrsty 18
Burgess, Nedra 28, 43,62
Burgess, Roxanna 30,43
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Cope, Jeanne 9
COTTERALIS FURNITURE Y GUIINIC 70
COUNTRY PRIDE STYLE SALON f
DAMON LUMBI I1 CO Guthrre 72
Danrets, Jean 1 1
Day, Jett 28, 39, 43, 65
Day, Justrn 24, 39, 54, 86
Day, Maurrce 8
DAYLIGHT DONUTS f Perry 78
Derrrckson, Lourre 31, 43
Drxon, Steven 9, 19, 64
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Sharon Flasch, Stephanre Sylvester, Larry Hoggatt qaka Larry Jacky, and
Mrchelle I-Ienke operate the serrror cakewalk at the IaII carnrval
DONAL DSON AND YAHN f Verry 83
Downs, Kell: Cover 9, 12,13, 16C, 33, 34,
Downs, Krmherly 19, 34, 36, 38, 47, 51
27,42, 55, 73
Dnskel, Jason 24, 54,86
Drrskel, Paul 5,28,39, 43,67
Dudek,Julre 2, 15, 16, 16C,34,66
Dudek, Scott 24, 54, 86
Duncan, Bnarr 9, 20, 34, 35, 40, 48, 53, 65
Duncan, Greg 1613, 34, 56
Dunn, Cynthra 10, 15, 34
Ednrondson, Sherla Cover.
Edwards, Bully M1110
19, 3843, 65.
Endevocts, Jessrca 31
Endevoets, Veda 16D
Estus, Sally 16D, 34
Estus, Shane 19, 40, 48, 64
Evans, Elhott 9, 27, 39, 42, 55, 63
EXCHANGE BANK f Perry 81
Fagan, Carol 30 43
Fagan, Paul 23, 40
Fagan,PhrII1p 4, 160, 25
Fagan, Troy 31,43, 60
FARM BUREAU INS
GEORGE C BEEBY - Guthrie 71
FARMERS CO OPERATIVE EXCHANGE
- Perry 79
FARMERS STORE - Mulhall 74
FASHION GIRL - Guthrie 73
F1IImore,Mrke 10, 16D, 34, 41,86
Frllmore, Trey 20, 34, 36, 40, 48, 53, 86
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH f Crescent 72
FIRST NATIONAL BANK f Guthrre 70
FIRST NATIONAL BANK f Perry 78
hourn.Be11y 17. 44
hburn. Joey 9, I5, IBC
hburn. Susre 23, 42, 45. 51
hburn, Susrc Backus 9, 15. 18
lzpatrrck. Juanrta 17
tzpatrrck, Rehn I7
ASCH. MAFISHA, MARY KAY
ASCH REALTY - Gulhrre 71
asch, Renee 27, 42. 55
38. 39, 47. 67, 76. 81.84
RMAL PLACE, THE - Strllwatcr 69
STER'S CORNER DRUG A Perry 82
lend, Kurl 12. 14. 16,16B,34,35,53
JFINITURE OUTLET AND AUCTION S
rller, DeAnn 29
ge. Nadrne Cover. 12, 13. 14,16B
Ilaway. Brad 32. 43
Ilaway, Chad 30, 43
llaway, Jamte 27, 39, 42, 55. 73
allaway, Julre 4. 30, 43
ales, Jason 29
rbson, Verlenc 17
rles, James 21, 40. 61
olay. Dawayne 30, 43
olay. Stacy 3.21.40
Flay, Troy 12, 15, 16,16B,40,53.64
OLD SPOT MILK - Strllwater 77
orrell. Casey 18. 40, 48, 53, 64
ael. B J 9. 23. 40, 83
ae1,BeIrnda 9, 29,43
ae1.MaI1 26, 42, 55
aeI.Trl1any 5, 28, 43
aham, Melrssa 31, 43,84
aham, Mrchael 9. 29, 43
een, Dam 32, 43, 62
reen, Robrn 17
UMMEBSON INSURANCE - Gulhrre 73
JJTHBIE DAILY LEADER f Gulhrre 71
8. M CARPET CENTER - Gulhrre 77
lner, Mrke 59
lner, Valerre 12,13,14,16,16B,39,51.
aggard, Jonathon 23, 40
ggard, Steve 18
ggrd, Sumner 25
nes. Troy 1 1
rman. Bradley 3. 4. 16D. 25.36. 54
rman. Carrre 28, 43. 60
rman. Jason 28, 43, 60
rrell, Eugene 21
rrell, Leona 8. 21
rrell, Marrrya 29, 43. 60
rrrs. Stacey 8, 15, 36
rrrs. Wendt 16D. 34, 56
nderson, Chapelle 31,43
nke, Mrchelle Cover, 12. 13. 15. 16,
16C, 38, 47, 51,59, 66, 84
nke. Rochelle 21.34. 42. 45.47. 51, 59,
PPLER'S MACHINE SHOP f Perry 80
Iburn, Charles 9. 22
lburn. Ronnre 24
ggatt, Larry 15. 16. 16C, 43, 84
Ibrook, Danrellc B4
LT INSURANCE - Perry 83
MESTEAD HEIFILOOMS - Mulhall 74
od. Mark 18,34,53,61,66
pler, Chrrs 19, 40, 48, 53, 86
pler, JrII 9, 34
pkrns, Brran 9, 16D
pkrns, Danny 9, 27, 43, 55
pkrns, Mike 9,19
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Aprrl Peveto won Ist and Chrrstrne Anlhrs won 3rd rn Standard Oralory at the
speech contest at Langston Unrversrly
Mrsti Downs and Rhonda Merrrll are all set lor VaIentrne's day
Second hour chorus chose thas desrgn lor shrrts lStephanre Newbold and Mr
Scott Merrill waits for Ihe judges at the scrence Iarr The best brrdge wrll be selected
to enler regional cornpelrtron
Homer, Travrs 31.43
Howard,Darrn 12, 13, 14. 16,16B,40,53.
HOWARDS MUFYLER AND EXHAUST f
Hulf, Kyla 9, 13, 21. 34, 37. 42, 47. 51, 67,
HUNNICUTT, CHARLIE AND MARY 76
Hurst. Shannon 43' 50
Hursl, Trm 43' 60
INTERNATIONAL TOURS OI
STILLWATI I1 69
Jack. Becky 22
Jack. Dee Ann 26, 42, 55, 61
JELSMA ABSTRACT -f Grrlhrrc 70
Alan Ball plays peek-asboo wrlh thc
Jenkrns, Jennrlcr 26. 42' 55, 61
Jerome, Patrrck 150
JEROMES TnENcHrNG -A Orlando 76
JOHN DEERE - HIGH JOHNSON --
Johnson, Joe 9.2741215586
Johnson, Mana 4, 160,25
Johnson, Shelly 21.38.81
Jones, Carolrnc 9. 66
Jurgens. Mrstr 28, 39, 43' 50
KSPI f Strllwatcr 68
Karcher, Tracy 24. 42
Karns, Lours 24. 79
KEEPSAKE JEWLLEHS -f Slrllwaler 69
Kerlh, Sean 13. 19. 40, 64. 76
Kerby, Jason 23. 43. 50. 87
Kerby.Jennr1er 30. 43
Kerley, Joy 9
KINCAlD'S CAFE - Mulhall 75
Krndschr, Betty 17
Krndschr.KeI1r 5, 11,29
Klrngaman, Karl 8
Knrght. Mandy 29, 43
Knrghl, Mrchelle 26. 33. 39. 42, 55, 61. 73
19, 34. 38. 39, 47, 51
21, 40, 63
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Knoll, Donald 24, 42, 63, 79
Koch,Angela 20, 34,37,39,42,47,51,81
Koch, Gary 8
Kogh, Genelle Cover, 13, 19, 34, 42, 47,
Koch, Geottrey 24, 39, 54, 63, 86
Koch, Gina 16D
Koch, Greg' 16D, 77
Koch, Jay 27, 39, 42, 55
Koch, Teresa Cover, 12, 13, 16A, 34, 35,
Kolb, Micah 20, 42
KOUNTRY KlTCl 'FA' - Orlando 76
Lamb, Paul 28, 43, 87
Larrnan, Audrey 4, 16D,25, 3336, 3942,
Larman, Gary 10, 41
Larrnan, Monty 28, 39, 43, 62
Larman, Wray 17
Leach, Amy 22, 34, 36, 42, 47, 51, 59, 81
Leach, Bubba 19. 40, 48, 53, 64, 77
Leach, Calvin 8
Leach, Cody 5, 29, 39, 43
Lorance,Krrs1y 32, 43, 62
Lorance, Wayne 9, 16D, 60
LUSTEH REALTY AND AUCTION CO -
Mack, Stacy 32, 43, 62
Mayor, Gregg 23,42
Major, Michael 31, 43, 84
Major, Sondra 28, 39, 43, 62
Martin, Bo 26, 43, 86
Martin, Luke 29, 43, 60
Marlin, Matthew 4, 16D, 25, 42, 54
Martin, Zachery 31,43
Matthews, Sue 9
McAnally, Anya 29, 43
McAnally, Charley 9, 27, 43, 55, 63
McAnally, Karen 17
McAnally, Shawn Cover, 1,6, 13, 20, 33,
McBlair, Calvin 79
McBlair, Dolly 13,15,16, 168, 38, 43, 81
McCrary, Jessica 29, 43
McManamy, Amber 5, 29,43
McNeill, Roy 18,110.64
MCVICKERS - Guthrie 70
LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Johnson, Bo Martin, and Mark Silvers
Mrs. White, M-O business teacher, was the 1985-86 FFA
Honorary Chapter Farmer. Mike Fillmore, chapter president,
presented the award.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Scott Dudek, Geoft K
Justin Day, Nate Nickels, and Jason Dn
man the concession stand during the
Merrill, Rhonda 29, 43, 85
Merrill, Scott 24, 54, 85
Meyer, Bobbie 29,43
MEYER BROS DIRT CONTRACTORS -
Meyer, Jr 17
MID-CONTINENT PERMANENT 3 Perry
Miller, Amber 4, 31, 43
Miller, Ashley 4,32, 43,84
Miller, Charlie 29, 43
Monroe, Heather 28, 43
Mooney, Jenny 79
Moore, Misty 30, 43
MR, BURGER - Stillwater 68
Nealrs, Carol 20. 38. Bl
Nees, Chris 23. 43
Nees, Martha 32, 43, 62
Nelson, Bill 150
Neugent, Catherine 32, 43, 62
Newbold, Kristie 23, 42, 51
Newbold, Melanie 2, 4, 16D, 25, 42, 47,54
Newbold, Stephanie 3, 18, 43, 64, 85
NEWT'S PHARMACY - Guthrie 73
Nicholas, Larry 11. 55
Nickels, Nate 24. 39. 54. 79. 35
Nunley, Jack IBD
OKLAHOMA STATE BANK 4 Mulhall 74
Oldenburg, Jason 32.43.62
Oldenburg, Jelt 27, 39, 42, 55
Oldenburg, Joline 4, 29. 43
Ortega, Michael 28, 43. 67
Ortega, Michelle 24, 47, 54, B1
Payne, Bryce 28. 43
Payne, Michael 24,42
PECAN GROVE HOMESTYLE
RESTAURANT - Guthrie 73
Peretto, Shaunna 3, 23, 34, 36, 47, 51
Peretto, Steve 10, 47, 51, 54, 67, 87
PERRY DAILY JOURNAL Y Perry 78
PERRY PLUMBING COMPANY - Perry
Peveto, April 2, 13, 20, 34, 35, 36, 37, 39.
Peveto,Geo1l Cover, 9, 12, 13, 14, 16.
16A, 36, 53, 59, 66, 87
Pleilter, Matthew 30, 43, 62
Ptellter, Sarah 2, 4, 16D, 25, 33, 39, 42, 47,
Phillips, Cody 32. 43
Poston, Kim 18
Prince, Brian 29, 43, 60
Prince, Christy 23, 42, 45, 81
Prince, Glenda I7
Prince, Rusty 4, 16D, 25, 42, 87
PHS PACKING CO Y Perkins 69
PE APPRAISAL SERVICES, INC A-
tpe. nom 9.10.34,37.61
man. Anthony 5. 160, 28, 39. 43
man, Brian 31. 43. 54
ce, Ray 4, l6D,25
ce. Shelly 3. 23. 38. 40. 51
neder, Dorothy 9. 11. 62
hards, Mark 150
el1S,Je11 2, 19,40,48,53.64, 77
erts, Mike 26, 42- 55
erts, Tim 21, 40. 42, 58
thermel, Denise 2. 19. 34,35, 42, 51,
lhermel. Lori 29, 43
thermel, Tonya 160, 34
miedbauer. Hayley 24, 47, 54, 63, 81
miedbauer. Shelley 9,21
rader. Carrie 11,130.84
wandt, Evelyn 17
RS - Guthrie 71
ura, Tina 21, 38
ler, Kellr 160, 34, 66
PARD REFRIGERATION - Perry 80
ers, Jeremy 32. 43
'ers, Mark 5, 11, 27, 39, 42. 55, 86
ers. Rodney Cover, 19, 34, 35, 36, 37,
10, 53. 66
ITH FUNERAL HOME - Guthne 72
KDNUTS - Guthrie 73
TE FARM INSURANCE - Perry 78
CLAlR'S - Perry 81
ulding, Mary 11,31
uldnng, Rebekah 24, 54, 81
ouse, Horace 3
ouse, Mary Sue 9, 12, 44
LLWATER MILL - Perry B3
ODE FUNERAL HOME - Stillwater
SlE'S VIDEOLAND - Perry 81
27, 42, 55
vesler, Stacey 2, 13, 21, 37, 42. 47. 51,
vester. Stephanie Cover, 12, 13. 15.
'16, 16A. 47, 84
L RANCHWEAF1 A Perry 82
YLOR PUBLISHING CO Herman
lor, Roland 9, 23, 34, 36, 40
lor, Tim 11, 26, 39, 43, 55
ry, Geri Cover, 19, 38, 43, 76, 81
ry. Sandy 4. 25. 33, 39, 47. 54
mason. Brandy 26, 42, 55, 61
mason. Jenniler 32. 43, 62
mas, Clancy 24. 36, 42, 54
ash, Brad 10. 48, 53, 54
pfer, Loran 9, 10, 66, 67
ssler, Terry 21, 48
r, Steven 21, 40
JITED CO-OP A Mulhall 75
Vaughn, Kim 19. 43. 51. 65
Vaughn, Shelly 10, 24, 36. 47, 54, 79
VlC's '66' - PHlLLlPS66 - Gulhrle 72
Wade, Mary Ann 21
Wade. Sam 21
WARREN MONUMENT - Guthrie 72
Watters, Chress 88
Watters, Sarah 24, 42, 61. 79. 81
Weinkauf,Janet Cover, 18. 19, 34, 37, 39.
40, 42, 45, 57. 58. 66
WEINKAUF MACHINE SHOP -
WESTERN AUTO - Perry 78
WESTERN SIZZLIN v Stillwater 69
White, Gladys 10. 86
WHlTE'S JEWELRY - Guthrie 70
Wills, Fred 9,14,16, 16C, 48, 53
Wise, Stacey 9. 12, 13, 15. 16, 16B. 38. 43,
Wiss, Casey 32, 43
Wrss, Colby 28, 43
Wrss, Ryan 26, 39, 42, 55
WITTS 89 er RESTAURANT - Perry 78
Wooten, Gladys 17
Wray, Marcus 30, 43, 60
Wray, Tommy 5. 28, 43
Yost, Peggy 7.8.11
Zimmer, Larry 24. 42
WE HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR
Teresa Koch, Editor
Geoff Peveto, Photographer
Janet Weinkaul, Copy Editor
Mrs. White, Advisor
M-O wins second place in the Eighteenth Annual M'Olnvi1ational Tournament
Paul Lamb and Jason Kerby.
Rusty Prince enioys leathercralt.
nf -f . ,,
It frightens me to think that
The adults in our world
Were once like me.
Someday, we will have to take over their jobs.
How soon they forget the joys of being young.
I never will.
I will be a teenager forever.
The responsibility scares me.
The youngsters of tomorrow
Will see me
As I see the adults of today.
I don 't want to accept that image.
'faq lcould never
fi Change that much.
T 5. i Gradually discarding my opinions, '
vi , r etamorphosising.
1, 5 l'l Q' Uhress '
M., e March ' 1984
Taytof Publishing Company yg
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