Mulhall Orlando High School - Panther Yearbook (Orlando, OK)
- Class of 1988
Page 1 of 90
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 90 of the 1988 volume:
From the twenties
to the eighties,
style has changed.
Or has it? It seems
that fashion has
made an almost
crazes with some
It could be said
that we're going
back to go
forward, but we've
got to keep
moving or we'II faII
behind the times.
student Iife . .
sports . .
clubs. . . .
index . . .
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While walking the halls of
the Mulhall-Orlando schools you
are able to see the different
styles people are wearing this
year, The different styles
of watches are really making
it big in the fashion line,
Even though the Gumby watch
didn't get in the top
three of the favorite
style of watch, it
modeled by Angela
Koch which is
one of the many
odd watches in
Angela is also
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"Rain, snow, sleet or hail" was Scott Merrill, Tra
Karcher, Louis Karns and Donald Knott's mottot
year. If you ever needed these guys before scho
you always knew to look out in front of the gym.
ong the items on a school poll the Eskimo Joe's shirt was voted the favorite
with a logo, The favorite style of jeans is stoned-washed, while Reeboks swept
olls as the favorite style ol shoes. Jean jackets seem to be the style of coat
likely worn, and the Swatch came out on top as the most popular watch of the
You can plainly see that Mulhall-Orlando students have a style all of their own.
Connelly Wade and Ricky Cook are having an intellectual
conversation between classes. and Eddie Betchan and
Terry Tressler listen in amazement.
Shelly Vaughn and Keri Adkins spend their noon hour in
Justin Day, Jaramie Karcher,
Bradley Harman, and Bo
Manin show their college
spirit by wearing their OU and
OSU shirts to school.
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As I walked around the grade school
waiting for the perfect moment to cap-
ture my subjects I was amazed at how
much It had changed since I was down
at the elementary school For instance,
the flag ceremony every morning with
singing and pledging also the morning
opening exercises But taking a closer
look I noticed how much things have
stayed the same The smiling faces
and eager chatter mixed with good
morning greetings These things I hope
will never change even though 'Ya
Gotta Move With Style'
Our visiting sculptor James Hulesman helps
Anya McAnaIly and Lori Rothermel pick out
their final piece that will be baked.
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Kindergartener Stephanie Harrell is starting the good
of listening to her teacher. This habit will help her as she
her long climb to the end of her school days. We wish
good luck for she is part of our future.
The task of checking math papers is taken on by
Dani Green and Laurie Cyphers.
Jason Harman looks to his teacher for further in-
The day is started off with a salute to our flag.
Dwayne Golay, Jerry Ballinger, Chad Gallaway, Win-
ter Cyphers, Mrs. Kindschi, Matthew Pfeiffer, Justin
Cyphers, Julie Gallaway, Jennifer Kerby, Carol
Fagan, Rocky Burgess, and Marcus Wray.
THE NEW AGE 5
Better than Braum's! Shawn McAnaIIy at
one of the Junior fair booths.
A little help from a friend?? Shelley Sch-
miedbauer bravely endures the cold water,
and Stacy Golay is the lurking figure in this
game of dunking.
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Hands On Task
As accurate as can be. Rebekah Spauld-
or the handyman. Mr. Harris and Roland ing, Scott Dudek, Steward Bode, and Louis Time out for lunch. Sandy Terry and
aylor doing the work they love best. Karns in Typing l. Dorothy Bode.
Q9 The finishing touches. Charles Hilburn and
Kevin Andrews make topical maps in Mrs.
"What harm can a little taste do?" Rusty
Prince and Machel Bode make Christmas
Students Against Driving Drunk is one way M-O students are taking a stand
against negative peer pressure. Gracie White, pins a SADD button on Becky
Jack to show they are willing to protest against a terrible act that is killing
thousands ol teenagers every year.
Rodney Silvers, SADD President and Rochelle Henke, judge posters Q
the grader school students entered to get the SADD theme across.
"DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE."
Christy Prince shows Jr. Burgess and Greg Major the 'Challenge 88' SADD T-
shirt used as a prize in the grade school poster contest.
Drug prevention and AIDS have been issues our school has
taken head on this year and brought into a new light, Many
teenagers have found themselves pushed into doing some-
thing they really don't want to do. Whether it's our own
teachers, our peers, an actress. or even the school mascot,
M-O students are getting the message to "Just Say No." The
AIDS classes were taught by our own teachers at M-O, and
things we learned were discussed for quite awhile. Being
informed is the first step in prevention of this disease that
strikes anyone, no matter their race or sex. Quest was a class
taught by Mrs. Sprouse to the eighth grade for one semester
to help them gain sell-confidence and to learn more about
themselves. A lirst'ever "Oklahoma Alliance Against Drugs"
was formed, and students as well as adults all across the
state participated in this program. Representatives from our
school included Mrs. Sprouse, April Peveto and Sarah Pfeif-
fer. To put this information to use, they talked to grade school
students to help them realize they can set a style ol their own
by living a drug-free lile.
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are closer to their age. Sarah A
Pfeiffer, Mrs. Sprouse, and
April Peveto talk to the fourth, V f .
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freedom to choose the life-
style they wish to live.
Jill Woody brought to M-0. her acting abilities and demonstrated different
A not topic this year
was AIDS Education.
This year all schools
were required to
teach students the
anxieties of an alcoholic through her SURRENDER program, a dramatic
approach to drugs.
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Mrs. Flaupe teaches
Steve Haggard, Mark
Hood and Shelly
Johnson all she
learned at the classes
teachers were re-
quired to take before
educating M-O stu-
Learning is fun when action is involved. The Quest students
have a bike-a-thon as a fundraiser, riding from Orlando to
Mulhall during their sixth hour class.
Steve Tyler and Stacy Golay's love of nature has reached the
"Bambi" level. They explain to instructor Ball how to hunt deer safely
in the great outdoors.
The very latest in womb overachievers! Now really, Tim Roberts, do
you think your rabbit will compete with Teddy Fluxpin? The judges
Horace Sprouse and Peggy Yost.
Assessing the impact. Chris Hopfer's ping-pong
ball launcher was one of the finalists. The entry of
lightest weight and most accuracy get the best
score here. two days before t
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he fair because having a fair project was a class requirement."
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Big impact with little effect. Mr. Ball tests
Tracy Karcher's egg drop. For next year's
fair Tracy says he is going to "try to find
something else to put an egg in."
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erate perfectly. jRodney Silversj
Now to come up with a brand name for
this. Chris Hopfer is intrigued by Kim.
Down's solar-powered fan. Fair judges are
Hugh Merrill and Loran Toepfer.
Q. How do science fairs
Mr. Ball: They learn to
plan ahead, use a set of
criteria, and come up with
a working project. They
benefit socially and
competition with other
high schools in the region
at Central State
University and at the
engineering fair at
Oklahoma University. We
had good enthusiasm and
Connelly Wade: Science
fairs give us a klnd of
They can explain how
some of the fascinating
things of the science
world work and live. They
also give us an open look
at people who excel in
science and give them
credit for a job well done.
iConnelly had the second
place exhibit in the local
fair. His research topic
was "Saving our
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The Constitution of the United States of
America was 200 years old on Wednesday,
September 16, 1987. M-O students cel-
ebrated this milestone in our history. Mr.
Sprouse talked briefly to the students
about the importance of this great doc-
ument. The high school was a little con-
fused for a while because the satellite TV
program broadcasting national ceremo-
nies was in Spanish.
As the high school band gets ready to
perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" and
ica he BeautifuI," April Peveto and
Stacey Sylvester give seventh grade clar-
inet players Brandy Thom
Michelle Knight last minute pointers.
The grade school celebrates by gathering
in the gym to watch the national celebration
on TV. The sixth grade band played
"America." First Row: tL-Rl Jennifer Flus-
sell, Jennifer Thomason, Cody Phillips.
Second Flow: Cara Clark, Jennifer Balder-
son, Zackery Martin. Third Row' Wayne
Cam bell F
Sarah Watters shows her patriotism on
Constitution Day by painting her face like
the United States flag.
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p . ourth Ftow: Jason'Gooch,
Chris Nees, Belinda Graef.
HORACE SPROUSE STACEY HARRIS
SUPERINTENDENT HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
Karen McAnally, School Secretary
Maurice Day D V M
GRADE SCHOOL SPEECH
Gallaway likes to go to the library for a book because he gets PEGGY SUE
say "Hi" to Judy Knight, the new grade school librarian. YOST MATTHEWS
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MARY SUE SPROUSE
Mrs. Sprouse invited representatives
from colleges to the school for a college
and career day. Darin Howard came
from Northeastern Oklahoma Junior
College. Students interested in obtain-
ing information about NEOJC are Chris
Hopfer, Kim Vaughn, Kathy Stearman,
and Carol Nealis.
The M-O Board of Education pur-
chased all new buses at the beginning
of the school year. There are six bus
routes, including the shuttle between
the two schools.
RESOURCE PERSONNEL 15
LAB and EMH
Jennifer Kerby and Justin
Cyphers find something
exciting to show Mrs.
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Way to Go
Do I need a ticket to
ride? Jesse Balder-
son gets on Mrs.
bus very early every
morning to ride to the
high school in Orlan-
do. He changes to
Mr. Wray's bus to go
Summer Bradshaw's bright smile says it all '
the Halloween parties, and in the backgrou
Chapelle Henderson agrees that they all wel
1 . M8tM's
2, Caramel Apples
3. Two headed monster
1. Knock on door and run
2. Scare people tany way possiblej
3. To say "trick or treat, smell my
leet, give me something good to
Favorite house to trick or treat
1. Grandma's House
2. Teachefs House
3. Haunted House
Jason Oldenburg shows his authority to
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Who's that enjoying the candy at the
Halloween Party? Why it's the cowgirl,
20 THIRD GRADE
Jason, what's that look
for? Does Jennifer's
book look more inter-
esting than yours?
lJennifer Anthis and
Rhonda Merrill acts as
referee while Jerry
Ballinger, Charlie Mill-
er, and Jennifer Kerby
duel it out in "Capture
the Flag" during third
and fourth grade gym.
Just say the word! The
third and fourth grad-
ers are waiting impa-
tientiy for their signal.
fCharlie Miller, Rocky
Burgess, and Brian
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hile photographing fu-
ture graduates of '96,
we brought up the sub-
ject of chasing girls.
"When Donkeys Fly" was their
reaction. With an attitude like
that, guys, you're going to have a
hard time getting a date in future
FOURTH GRADE 21
When they have time during their busy
school week, Sarah Bussard, Paul Lamb,
and Jeff Day like to "hang around" the
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hanon Sylvester puts on a grin of enjoy-
ment for her time out of the classroom. It
was a very busy year for the sixth graders.
Basketball games, homework, and other
Charley McAnally and Elliott Evans do what they
like to do best during an afternoon break.
Istivities filled up their busy schedules. Their
acher and coach, Mr. Nicholas, found it very
teresting teaching these kids. Although the year
as not all fun and games, most sixth graders will
ree this will be the year they remember the
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the style of learning she wants
from her students.
24 SEVENTH GRADE
Check it out!! Alice Price, a poet,
seventh and eighth grades one hour
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Eighth graders make plans for a servlce
learning DYOISCIIH thelr Quest class wlth
teacher Mrs Sprouse fFront Machel
Bode Audrey Larman Brad Harman.
Back Matthew Martln Melanle Newbold,
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igh school becomes a foreign lar
guage to freshmen, with classe
such as Algebra, Biology, and
homa History. But something
isn't foreign to them is the age-old cu
of HANGIN' OUT. Whether it's with
perclassmen or people their own
HANGIN' OUT has always been fun.
Shelly Vaughn enioys reading a
article about how to talk to boys.
Hayley Schmiedbauer and Christy Cyphers admire
bunnies when the science class goes outside on a
warm spring day.
Michelle Ortega and Keri Adkins let 'em fly to see
whose paper airplane can go the farthest.
Go ahead, make my day! lMike Paynej
B. J. Graef
he seniors of 1990
have a style all their
own. It may be a little
different, but it's their style.
The Sophomore year is a try-
ing time for most because
the students try their best not
to be like everyone else, but
not all succeed. This class
has a unique ability that just
can't be snuffed out by any-
one, and their style will carry
on through the years.
Denny Bussard adds a touch of class to
our hallowed halls.
Mike Adams shows his classmates what it was like to sit in a desk "back home." Mike moved here from
Wisconsin this year.
aci Barker and Gracie White show their pearly whites -just trying
add a little brightness to general business class!!
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Gregg Major torments another one of his unsuspecting
victims, Junior Kyla Huff.
Sleep is on the minds of M-O Juniors.
Shaunna Peretto, Shawn McAnalIy, Shelley
Schmiedbauer, Amy Leach, Jeff Roberts
and Stacey Sylvester look vaguely interest-
ed in what's going on while wishing they
were at home in bed.
"Why am I here?" seems to be the question Rochelle
Henke asks herself as she relaxes against her locker.
Guess? shins were on the minds
of students from M-O when the
Juniors sold their original design.
Brian Duncan sorts out the final
,S THE sTYl.E"
I I osh, I miss recess!" was one way Kyla Hutt, a
member of the Junior class, feels about lite at M-0
High. Even though Angela Koch describes our
Junior year as "the year belore our Senior year,"
it's not that simple.
One of the most interesting iobs was planning the prom.
There were endless arguments, and even a little violence at
committee meetings, but as time came to an end, things were
worked out to make a JrlSr Prom done with style.
For most Juniors the advantages are getting to drive to
school and being treated as upperclassmen. Stacey Sylvester
thinks that Juniors are laced with "more freedom but tougher
subiectsj' she says with a definite frown. "I don't like our
Junior year because we're all split up in ditterent classes" was
a negative teeling from Shelley Schmiedhauer.
Whether working on class lund-raisers or just hanging
around with friends belore school, the Junior class will "always
have the style."
DETECTIVE LA CAVA ,...., . . . .
DETECTIVE STRINDBERG ..,...
WOMAN WITH A GUILT
DETECTIVE MARIE GRANT .....
MRS. GRANT .,...............
DELI PERSON . .,..........,,.
TEACHER .............. .....
STUDENT ONE .....,.,,,.....
STUDENT TWO ........,......
LT. HERMAN MOOTFOWL ......
COMMANDER RAINWATER .....
DETECTIVE ADAMS ..........,
MOOSE NEWLAND .... ,,...
LUNATIC ...,,..,.. .....
DR. VAGUE .......... ...,.
LUCILLE HOTCHKISS, .........
MAD BOMBER .....,.........
MRS. VAN HICKENLOOPER .....
ED STONEBRIDE ......,..,...
CRIME PHOTOGRAPHER .,..A..
DETECTIVE DORIS CANSINO . . .
BAG LADY ..,..,.............
KAVANAUGH ,... ........... , .
GLORM GARVY .... ..,.,
CHESTER GARVY . .. . . , , .
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
GRANDMA HUMBLE ......... Stephanie Newbold
FARLEIGH DIMM ..... ....... C hris Hopfer
GRANDPA HUMBLE .... ...... C asey Gorrell
SPACE CADET BOB .... ......... J efi Robens
IMA PUCKLE .......,.. ,.... D enise Rothermel
URA PUCKLE ...,....,..........,. Mark Hood
FIRST SPACE TROOPER ..,.... David Endevoets
SECOND SPACE TROOPEFI ......... Roy McNeill
COMMANDER SNIDELY BACKLASH ..... Rodney
ROSA ......... , .....,........ Janet Wainkauf
ROBETTA THE ROBOT. , . .,.. Amy Leach
EVILINA CRAVEN ....... , . .Genelle Koch
PREACHER BLISS .... . . . Lance Leach
MRS SNOOP Beck Kno fel
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LADY WITH A SIGN ................ Kim Vaughn
SPACE POLICEPEFISON ......,.. Krisiie Newbold
MEMBER OF SUPREME COUNCIL . . Shane Estus
CURLY HUMBLE ,............... Eddie Betchan
OZMA ..........,......,.......... Geri Terry
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HI t's not whether you
win or lose, it's ow
you look while you're
doing it!" Chances are, if
you've got your socks
turned down and your
high-tops on with your
untucked and your shorts
ias baggy as possible, iif
you're ready for a good- '
ookin game of
asketiall. To the more
ame-oriented person it
ight take determination,
ard work, and skill to
lay with style. The sports
t le in '88 seemed to loe
ot of looth.
Genelle Koch pitches with determination in the
district tournament against Red Flock.
With the score 10-0, Becky Knopfel is up with
total confidence to bring in the eleventh run.
ven though the Lady Panthers had what it
took to make it to state, they fell to
Okarche in the first round in regional play-
offs. They did not make it as far as
planned but still had a successful year. The Pan-
thers took second place in the Perkins tourna-
ment, became district champs by defeating Red
Rock, and ended the season with a record of 9
wins and 4 losses. The team was led by seniors
Genelle Koch and Becky Knopfel, who both made
the all-state team, Genelle as pitcher and Becky
as outfield alternate.
to the top
HIGH SCHOOL FAST-PITCH SOFTBALL TEAM: Front Row: Shelly Vaughn, Shaun
Peretto, Stephanie Bussard, Kyla Huff, Michelle Ortega, and Hayley Schmiedbauer. Ba
Row: Coach Peretto, Genelle Koch, Christy Cyphers, Kim Vaughn, Becky Knopfel, Stac
Sylvester, Rochelle Henke, Amy Leach, and Shelley Schmiedbauer.
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NIOR HIGH SOFTBALL: Front Flow: Machel Bode, Jonene Bode, Jeri Bussard, Sarah
iffer, Kaile Adams, and Michelle Knight. Back Row: Coach Peretto, Dorothy Bode,
drey Larman, Melanie Newbold, Sandy Terry, Jennifer Spears, and Jennifer Jenkins.
After the infield takes a
brief time-out, the defense
is ready to execute
against the Perry Ma-
Genelle Koch scores
against Perkins as Becky
Knopfel and Rochelle
Henke cheer her on.
Junior high pitcher Jonene
Bode shows the Crescent
Tigers what a strike looks
Jeff Roberts has the look of confidence
when he pitches.
In total concentra
tion, Eddie Betchan
awaits the pitch.
Back Row: Mike
Graef, and Coach
Thrash. Front Row:
and Ryan Wiss.
k Flow: Brian Duncan, Geoffery Koch,
y Fillmore, Eddie Betchan, Chris
fer, Jeff Roberts, and Coach Thrash.
nt Row: Justin Day, Steve Haggard,
ey Gorrell, Connelly Wade, Terry
ssler, and Nate Nickels.
While holding the
Glencoe runner on,
waits for the throw.
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Coach Peretto points out the strategy of his defense.
Stacey Sylvester fights for the rebound against Glencoe at
Kyla Huff 1111, Hayley Schmiedbauer 1201, Stephanie Bussard 1121, Christy Cyphers 1211, Susie Fishburn 1241, Kim Vaughn 1231,
Schmiedbauer 1331, Rochelle Henke 1221, Becky Knopfel 1321, Stacey Sylvester 1151, Amy Leach 1251, Genelle Koch 1311, Shaunna
1101, Michelle Ortega 1141, Rosetta Bircket and Coach Steve Peretto.
40 GIRLS BASKETBALL
The guards are on their best defense against Marland.
Becky Knopfel flies past her guard to go in for a lay-up.
Rochelle Henke goes up for another awesome rebound.
Kyla Huff uses the Earl-the-Pearl move to get around
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Even though well defended, Eddie Betchan goes up for
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H.S. BOYS BASKETBALL
THE 19' 9" LINE
Trey Fillmore looks determined as he takes it to his defender.
Geoff Koch is ready to defend in case the ball comes his way.
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eyes are on the ball as Connelly Wade Nov. Opponent Us THEM Chris Hopfer looks like .he's walking on air
S up a Shot 3 Red Rock 70 43 when he goes up for this jump shot.
' 7 Dover 52 73
10 Agra 79 76
17 Ripley 61 62
20 Glencoe 55 58
Jeff Roberts lays it up for two on a fast break. E4 Coyle 72 103
1 Agra 80 78
4 Cashlon 48 62
8 Greenfield 74 42
10 Ripley 47 67
12 .Jones ss so
18 Carney 48 65
4 Marland 67 51
6 casmon 51 62
8 Tonkawa 57 69
15 Coyle ss 67
22 Marland 72 33
26 Covington 57 38
29 Glencoe 47 64
2 Red Rock 64 40
5 Ripley 65 70
6 Ralston 51 74
12 CASH'0N 49 50 Look at the form of Lance "Bubba" Leach
he 1987-88 high
the first to have the 3-
shot installed. The 3
is 19' 9" from the
bal. The M-O squad
dn't use the 3-point shot
ery much and it didn't de-
de a gameg however, in
e future the 3-point shot
uld prove to be worth-
as he goes up for two.
The M-O Boys Basketball Team is as follows: Rodney Silvers 1311, Jeff Roberts 1221, Lance Leach
1301, Chris Hopfer 1321, Eddie Betchan 1201, Trey Fillmore 1241, Geoff Koch 1251, Jason Driskel 1211,
Coach Brad Thrash, Justin Day 1101, Sean Eisensmith 1121, Connelly Wade 1141, Brian Duncan 1151,
Casey Gorrell 1331, Nate Nickels 1111.
H.S. BOYS BASKETBALL 43
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sure to baffle the Ripley Warrior defense.
FAR RIGHT: Jonene Bode drove past her
opposing guards to put up this shot for two
points against Coyle.
BELOW: Bradley Harman drives hard to
get past his opponents and score two
Top Row: Jennifer Jenkins, Audrey Larman, Melanie Newbold,
Sandy Terry, Jonene Bode, Coach Peretto. Bottom Row: Jeri
Bussard, Michelle Knight, Machel Bode, Brandy Thomason, Dee
44 JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
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Top Row: Jerrry Sawyer, Charles Peterson, Matt Graef
Roberts, Coach Thrash. Bottom Row: Matthew Martin
Nicholas, Bradley Harman, Ryan Wiss.
LEFT: After rousing the
crowd's spirit with a chant,
Kaile Adams leaves the court
BELOW: Oops! This must be a
new stunt in the making. The
squad's 'helper,' Janet Weinkauf,
says, "lt was great until Kaile de-
cided to sit down!"
ABOVE: Kaile Adams, Sarah
Pfeiffer, and Melanie
Newbold are relieved that
practice is finally over. True
friendship - that's what
cheering is about.
Kaile Adams, Melanie
Newbold, Jennifer Jenkins,
Sarah Pfeiffer, and Head
Cheerleader, Jonene Bode.
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS 45
Homecoming children Brenda Phillips, Jason
Oldenburg, Stacy Mack.
1987-88 Homecoming King and Queen Eddie
Betchan and Becky Knopfel.
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O cheerleaders all sophomores and Mo the mascot were really excited this year. This was the first year to be a
erleader for Gracie Staci Kristie and Sarah They couldn't agree on what was the most lun, selling raffle tickets or
king and selling buttons The spirit buttons were made by Sarah's and Jonene Bode's parents and were sold by the
The Agra game is something to talk about says Susie Fishburn. We had everyone's support. We've really become
Left: Rosy wears all six of the original but-
tons designed bythe cheerleaders.
Right: Mo entertains the fans at a bas-
ketball game, and they loved it! Mo enjoys
about the same status as Santa Claus -
little kids ask their parents to take them to
see the Panther!
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the last of the three regional tournament
games at Oilton.
Front: Mascot Sarah Watters. Center: Kris-
tie Newbold. Back: Susie Fishburn, Gracie
White, Christy Prince, Rosetta Bircket,
Staci Barker. Alternate cheerleader was
HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADERS 47
5th AND 6th GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM' Front Flow' Michael Ortega Jeff Day Colby Wiss Elliott Eva
I Oldenburg Jeremy Eisensmith Jay Koch Troy Hanes Anthony Pacheco Mark Silvers Paul Driskel Antho
Redman and Coach Nicholas
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A W n n I n g Monty Larman, Paul Lamb, Bryce Payne, Tommy Wray, and Jason Kerby. Back Ftow: Danny Hopkins, J
Troy Hanes goes in for a lay-up with the de-
fense in his face.
Jennifer Barker brings the ball up with ease as
she dribbles through Cashion's pressure of-
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The grade school girls win a tough first
place over Pond Creek-Hunter in the
Billings tournament, with a final score of
5th AND 6th GRADE GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM: Fro
Row: Beth Bussard, Jessica Walker, Sarah Bussar
Misty Downs, Jamie Gallaway, Nikki Graef, Jessica Kno
and Carrie Harman. Back Row: Coach Larry Nichola
Sondra Major, Nedra Burgess, Jennifer Barker, Ren
Flasch, Emily Driskel, Felicia Walker, and Shanon S3
Here is where stale shows the
most. Your clu can have a
lot of influence on your style.
An FFA member tends to wear
boots and blue jeans while an
FHA member tends to have that
Ya pulled-together look. And that
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m it Could very well be the same
Michelle Knight shows her pig in the spring
livestock show. workshop on
Audrey Larman, Jeri Bussard, Jamie Gallaway, and Monty Larman proudly display
their first-place plaque for the Junior Livestock Judging Division.
50 4-H CLUB
At Mini-Roundup this year April Peveto and Angela Koch
Front Row: Ryan Wiss, Justin Day, T
Taylor. Middle Row: Jonene Bode,
Bussard, Sarah Pfeiffer, Michelle Kni
Audrey Larman, April Peveto, Sandy Te
Dennis Bussard, Roland Taylor. Last R
Angela Koch, Connelly Wade, Geoff
Koch, Christy Cyphers.
Jeff Oldenburg receives an award at the 198'
ie Gallaway and Emily Driskel ask for help to design
ir shirts at a workshop at Mini-Roundup.
nt Row: Rhonda Merrill, Shanna Bus-
d, Jennifer Anthis, Jeff Day, Anya
Anally, Lori Rothermel, Jason Kerby,
ndy Knight, Bobbie Meyer. Middle Row:
rrie Harman, Monty Larman, Luke Mar-
- Anthony Redman, Joline Oldenburg,
ott Evans, Colby Wiss, Tommy Wray,
h Bussard. Last Row: Sondra Major,
I Driskel, Jay Koch, Emily Driskel, Jen-
r Barker, Jeremy Eisensmith, Jeff Ol-
burg, Jamie Gallaway.
Beth Bussard leads her sheep around the ring in the Junior Division
Shepherd's Walk, which she later won.
When April Peveto and Connelly Wade wrote essays on "What
Citizenship Means To Me," they didn't know that weeks later they
would be on a tour bus with many other rowdy teenagers, seeing the
sights of Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Virginia, Missouri, and Ten-
nessee. The top essays were picked out of each county and the winners
were awarded this trip to Washington, D.C. with a chance to meet with
some officials of the government. April thought the trip was fun:
"Although it was exciting to actually visit Washington, D.C., the best
part of the trip was meeting people from all over the United States. And
we were able to meet with our Senators and Representatives to ask
questions and get to know 'the system.' " Connelly saw many different
aspects of the nation's capital: "Oklahoma took three tour buses and
we drove all night. That was a bummer sleeping on the bus but you got
to know everyone personally on your bus. We met Senators Boren and
Nichols and listened to each speak and I had lots of fun talking to my
congressmen. We ate all kinds of wonderful new food like escargot and
squid. I loved it!"
FFA: E Dellenlte In Actian
NATIONAL FFA CONVENTION
Kansas City, Missouri
BLUE 8 GOLD
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The group of FFA members who atte
the National Convention are Front
Connelly Wade, Becky Knopfel, Chri
Anthis, and Brian Duncan. Back
Casey Gorrell, Chris Hopfer, Trey Fill
Stacy Golay, and Tracy Karcher.
The FFA Sweetheart for 1987-88 is Be-
B. J. Graef, Brian Duncan, and Paul Fag
show examples of the Blue and Gold S:
sage that was sold by the FFA, totali
more than 1200 packages.
shows the right
showing sheep at
the county fair in
Casey Gorrell leads
the slide presenta-
tion at the FFA Ban-
Front Row: Brian
Anthis, Chris Hopfer,
Becky Knopfel, Con-
nelly Wade, Trey Fill-
more, Casey Gorrell.
2nd Flow: Tracy
Karcher, Staci Bark-
er, Junior Burgess,
Tim Roberts, Scott
Bode, Denny Bus-
sard, Jonathan Hag-
gard. 3rd Ftow: Louis
Karns, Jason Dris-
kel, Frank Cunning-
ham, Steve Tyler,
Donald Knott, B. J.
Graef. 4th Flow:
Clancy Thomas, Paul
Fagan, Sean Keith,
Stacy Golay, Dennis
Knott, Kevin An-
shows some of the
work done before
show time, plus the
reward of all the
hard work after the
show at the premi-
Oh no! They're back again and as lively as ever. This year four members
made it to Regionals with their mouths open and their voices loud. April Peveto
broke in Poetry. Janet Weinkauf broke in Poetry and Humorous Interpretation.
Stephenie Bussard went in Prose and Rochelle Henke competed in Poetry.
Everywhere they went- Blackwell, Okeene, Langston, O.C.S. or Kingfisher -
people knew where they were. And the motto ol the year seemed to be "Oh no,
not that judge again, she hates me!" Was that just an excuse or is it true some
judges just don't like M-0 Speechies?
Angela Koch and April Peveto rehearse their Humorous
Duet, "Strife Faces Jan." This take-off on soap operas got
many laughs, mainly from the performers themselves. An-
gela plays Jan, a poor city girl, and April is her dear friend
Kyla Huff recites "Six Full Hours," a poem about
the hard work of being a teacher.
54 SPEECH CLUB
SPEECH CLUB: Top Row: Christine Anthis, Kyla Huff
Janet Weinkauf. Middle Row: Rochelle Henke, April
Peveto. Bottom Row: Brian Duncan, Stacey Sylvester,
Angela Koch, Shawn McAnally.
Members of the Speech Club take a break lrom their skit "The Phone CalIers." Shawn
McAnally, Stacey Sylvester, Rochelle Henke and Brian Duncan performed in the Radio Show
as four people in different phone conversations at the same time.
Shelly Vaughn and Nate Nickels listen with a smirk on their
faces while attending a monthly meeting. Denise Rothermel,
-:riff April Peveto lleftl, Eddie Betchan, and Connelly Wade Qrightl
,,,.,.-1 collect as much information as they can on Career Day to
' ' prepare for their future.
Career Day was only one of the student body
functions that the student council was in-
volved in this year. They also were in charge of
the yearly bon-fire to get the M-O students
pepped up for homecoming. The student
council also sold Hershey Kisses for Valen-
tine's Day, and last but not least put on the
yearly spring dance. The student council's
main concern is the students in our school,
and they work hard to give you the activities
you want to make your school year more ex-
citing. Siskel and Ebert should go out on a limb
and give the M-O Student Council TWO
Front Row: Susie Fishburn, April Peveto,
Denise Rothermel, Sarah Pfeiffer. Back Row:
Matthew Martin, Roland Taylor, Clancy Thom-
as, Connelly Wade, Michelle Knight, Jennifer
STUDENT COUNCIL 55
Tim Roberts gives Mr. C. a request as to what he
should play during the annual band dance in Oc-
The band trip in April of 1987 was a very in-
teresting one. After participating in the contest, a
guest director helped us by telling us what we did
wrong and how we could help it. Afterwards, we
relaxed with a leisurely trip to the St. Louis zoo,
one of the largest in the world.
Front Row: Jason Harman, Carrie Harman, Jennifer Barker, Emily
Driskel, Jessica Knox, Tiffany Graef, Felicia Walker. 2nd Row: Sondra
Major, Nedra Burgess, Sarah Bussard, Beth Bussard, Shanon Syl-
vester, Chris Prater, Elliott Evans, Bryce Payne. 3rd Row: Jamie
Gallaway, Joe Johnson, Paul Driskel, Jeremy Eisensmith, Monty
Larman, Jason Kerby, Paul Lamb. 4th Row: Anthony Pacheco, Mark
Silvers, Jay Koch, Tommy Wray, Anthony Redman.
Thomason, Stacey Sylvester, Keri Adkins, Sarah Pfeiffer
Bode, Jennifer Jenkins. 2nd Row: Ryan Wiss, Mike Roberts,
Larman, April Peveto, Denise Rothermel, Sarah Watters, M
Payne, Matt Graef. 3rd Row: Joanna Haggard, Dorothy Bode,
Prince, Jerry Sawyer, Gregg Major, Mark Cummings, Micah
Shawn McAnaIly, Kristie Newbold, Melanie Newbold, Dee Jack
Front Row: Kaile Adams, Michelle Knight, Jeri Bussard,
. , A
e 1984-88 band year was a very memorable one.
ny activities topped the agenda, but those looked
ward to most were the contests. Tri-State compe-
on, districts and honor bands, along with pep band,
ved to be very interesting. One thing looked forward
by all band students is the out-of-state trip taken
In April, 1987 we took a very long bus trip to
MO and the great arch. In 1988 we traveled to
rching was an activity that proved to be rewarding during the year.
h a few tips on how to march right from Mr. Cummings and a lot of
ctice, we were very excited about showing our skills at the Mulhall
ebration and at OSU band day.
The 1987 band banquet was held in May.
King and queen for the year were Clancy
Thomas and Kyla Huff, prince and princess
were Flyan Wiss and Shanon Sylvester,
and sweetheart and beau were Denise
Ftothermel and Michael Payne. Many
awards were handed out for outstanding
playing ability and various other things.
Susie Fishburn received an award for help-
ing out the band greatly by doing many
Branson, MO and the Ozarks and went to Silver Dollar
City. Even though band may sound like all fun, there is
lots of work to do. Trips wouIdn't be possible unless
every student tries his or her hardest to sell items for
our fundraisers. To compete well, hours of practice is
necessary. To sum it all up, we're sure that every band
member will agree that the 1987-88 band year was one
of the most memorable ever.
The grade school band performed at the Christmas program and the
spring concert and showed just how much practice pays off.
1st and 2nd
HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS: Front Row: Jonene Bode, Mike Adams,
Stephanie Newbold, Steve Haggard, Stephanie Bussard, Micah
Kolb. Back Row: Christy Prince, Melanie Newbold, Susie
Fishburn, Kristie Newbold, Kim Vaughn.
5th and 6th
3rd and 4th
Mrs.Kindschi likes to put a
influence on sharing with
class. iJustin Cyphers,
Wray, Rocky Burgess and
Mrs. Resneder enjoys watch-
ing the kindergarten class
share their gifts amongst
Jason Nava shows Ricky Burgess how
his toy works, while Stephanie Harrell
and Amber Bode admire others' gifts.
Flasch and Emily Dris-
kel are all ready to join the
partyg while Jamie Gallaway,
Felicia Walker and Mark Sil-
vers have already started.
Kevin Andrews Auto Mechanics
Christine Anthis Business Training
Frank Cunningham Diesel Mechanics
Stacy Golay Metal Fabrication
Shelly Johnson Cosmetology
Dennis Knott Carpentry
Micah Kolb Machine Tool
Tim Roberts Business Training
Terry Tressler Auto Mechanics
Steve Dixon Masonry
David Endevoets Metal Fabrication
Shane Estus Diesel Mechanics
Casey Gorrell Diesel Mechanics
Steve Haggard Auto Body
Sean Keith Metal Fabrication
Lance Leach Metal Fabrication
Stephanie Newbold Cosmetology
Jeff Roberts Metal Fabrication
Frank Cunningham asks Shane E
"Where does this piece go?" while they
on a diesel engine.
Dennis Knott and Steve Dixon are busy
work on a house they are building.
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Front Row: David Endevoets, Stacy Golay, Stephanie
Newbold, Christine Anthis, Shelly Johnson, Shane Estus,
Frank Cunningham, Lance Leach, Jeff Roberts. Back Row:
Casey Gorrell, Micah Kolb, Steve Haggard, Tim Roberts, Terry
Tressler, Kevin Andrews, Dennis Knott, Roy McNeill.
Kim Wills, Chris Hopfer, Rochelle Henke, Genelle Koch, Brian Duncan, and Denise
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ATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS: Front Row: Stephanie Sylvester, Teresa
och, Janet Weinkauf, Julie Dudek. Second Row: Eddie Betchan, Denise Rothermel,
elli Downs, Kim Wills, Todd Cook. Third Row: Sharon Flasch, Valerie Hafner, Chris
opfer, Casey Gorrell, Mrs. Raupe, advisor, Geri Terry, Michelle Conrad. Back Row:
eoff Peveto, Rodney Silvers, Kurt Friend.
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68 BUS DRIVERSIADS
Tom Wray is bus mechanic and bus
driver. He and Gerald Hannah drive
the shuttle buses between the schools
each morning and evening.
Betty Kindschi's and Gladys
Wooten's routes begin and end at the
high school. They both say they love
their jobs because the kids keep them
young and keep them informed about
what's going on. One of Betty's first
grade riders told her she wanted to be
"a bus driver just like you" when she
grew up. Gladys says she takes the
muddy roads in stride - nothing
keeps her from enjoying her job.
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PERRY, OKLAHOMA 73077
Your Community Newspaper Phonef 44059 3355772
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Perry, Oklahoma lm, 335.2430
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Bus DRIVERSlADS 69
A TO Z RENT-ALLS - Stillwater 70
ACgSON'S FURNITURE - Guthrie
Adams, Mike 14, 28, 29, 58
Adkins, Keri 3, 26, 27, 56
Andrews, Kevin 7, 30, 53. 61
Andrews, Richard 66
Amhis, Christine 30, 52, 53, 54
Anthis, Jennifer 12, 21, 51,
Anthis, Michelle 12, 17, 41, 58
ARMY, UNITED STATES -
B 8. W GROCERY - Orlando - 73
Balderson, Jennifer 12, 19, 58
Balderson, Jesse 12, 17, 58
Ball, Alan 11, 16
Ballinger, Jerry 5, 12, 20, 58, 71
Ballinger, Tara 12, 19, 58
Bagger, Jennifer 12, 23, 48, 51, 56, 58
Barker, Staci 28, 29, 47, 53
BEEBY, George C. - Guthrie - 66
BESTYET, LARRY'S - Perry
Betchan, Eddie Cover, 32, 32a, 32b
33, 34, 38, 39, 42, 43, 46, 55, 63
Bircket, Rosetta 28, 40, 47
Bircket, Shirley 68
Blust, David 77
BOBO'S - Stillwater - 67
Bode, Amber 12, 17, 58, 59
Bode, Dorothy 7, 12, 24, 37, 56
Bc?-jc? Jonene 9, 25, 37, 44, 45, 50
Bode, Machel 7, 25, 37, 44
Bode, Stewart 7, 26, 53
Guthrie - 72
Bradshaw, Steven 4, 12, 17, 58
Bradshaw, Summer 12, 19, 58
BFEENTS PAINT 8 BODY - Perry
Brewer, Angel 28
Brown, David 12, 17, 58
BROWN FUNERAL HOME - Perry
Bulling, Crystal 4, 12, 17, 58
Burgess, Jessica 12, 18, 58
Burgess, Nedra 12, 22, 48, 56, 58
Burgess, Ricky 12, 17, 58, 59
Burgess, Roxanna 5, 12, 20, 58, 71
Burgess, Vlhlliam Jr. 8, 28, 53
Bussard, Beth 12, 22, 48, 51, 56, 58
Bussard, Denny 10, 28, 50, 53
, Jeri 24, 37, 44, 50, 56
Sarah 12, 22, 48, 56, 58
Shanna 12, 21, 51, 58
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Howard s Muffler
Standard 81 Custom Made Mufflers
Single or Dual Conversion Kits
811 E 6th 5th and Duck
377 6636 377 3616
Stillwater OK 74074
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For Any American 8 Most Foreign
Sewing Stillwater Since 1954
4004 E 6th 372 8952
Howard Anderson Owner
OF STILLWATER INC
1504 W. FIR
Bussard, Stephanie 28, 36, 40, 47, 58
Air Conditioning Heating
Maytag Sales and Service
Perry, Oklahoma 336 9411
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CHEVROLET OLDS CO
Perry Oklahoma 520 Delaware
PETROLEUM LP GAS
Al and Tony Heppler
405 336 9607
Arc and Heh Arc Welding
12Vz Hollow Spindle Lathe
General Farm and Oil Field
Repair 24 Hour Service
THE IMIOVIIE HOUSE
428 KAW PERRY OKLAHOMA 73077 14051336-2618
SALES AND RENTAL VHS TAPES 81 VCR
Owners: Randy and Connie Mendenhall 81 Kathy Passow
CUSTOM FEEDMILL Perry, Okla. 73077
Crazy Day! Uessica McCrary, Joline OI-
denburg, Marriya Harrelli
Campbell, Wayne 12, 20, 58, 71
CHAPPELL'S - Guthrie - 65
CHEROKEE STRIP - Perry - 67
Clark, Cara 12, 19, 58
COLESON, HERMAN - TAYLOR
PUB. - 75
Collins, Thomas 12, 17, 58
Conrad, Michelle Henke 63
Cook, Ricky 32, 32a, 32d
Cook, Todd 63, 74
COUQERY CELLAR, THE - Guthrie
COUNTRY PRIDE - Mulhall - 74
COWELL, DR. SCOTT - Perry - 68
CFQOSSFIELD, J. I., CHEV. - Perry -
Cummings, Mark 16, 56, 58
Cunningham, Frank 30, 53, 60
Cyphers, Christy 26, 27, 36, 40, 50, 63
Cyphers, Elizabeth 65
Cyphers, Justin 12, 16, 20, 58, 71, 72
Cyphers, Laurie 5, 12, 18, 58
Cyphers, Rodney 5, 12, 17, 58, 72
Cyphers, Winter 5, 12, 20, 58, 71
DAMON LUMBER - Guthrie - 65
Daniels, Jean 16
DANIELS DRUG - Guthrie - 64
02198 FUNERAL HOME - Guthrie -
Day, Jeff 12, 22, 48, 51, 58
Day, Justin 3, 26, 39, 43, 50, 63, 78
Day, Maurice 14
DAYLIGHT DONUTS - Perry - 68
DENIM 8- LACE - Guthrie - 66
Dixon, Steven 32d, 60, 61
DQIIAIALDSON AND YAHN - Perry -
Downs, Kelli 63
Downs, Misti 12, 22, 48, 58
Driskel, Emily 12, 23, 48, 51, 53, 56,
Driskel, Jason 26, 43, 52, 53
Driskel, Paul 12, 22, 48, 51, 56, 58, 79
Dudek, Julie 63, 74
Mrs. Schrader's 86-87 class.
Fall Fair tMrs Raupe and Gen Terryl
Dudek Scott 7, 26, 53
Duncan Brian 30, 39, 43, 46, 52. 53
Dunn, Cynthia 16, 24, 63
E 8. J'S TRUCK STOP - Perry - 69
Eisensmith, Jeremy 12, 22, 48, 51, 56
Eisensmith Sean 26 43 78
Endevoets David 32a 32c 34 61
Estus Shane 32 32a 32c 34 60 61
Evans Elliott 12 23 48 51 56 58
EXCHANGE BANK - Perry -- 73
Fagan Carol5 12 20 58 71
Fagan Paul 28 52 53
Fagan Phillip 24
Fagan Troy 12 19 58
FARM BUREAU INS Perry 69
FARMER'S STORE - Mulhall - 7
Fillmore, Trey Cover, 30, 39, 42, 43
ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE
109 N Division Guthrie Okla
PHONE 282 0427
111 So DIVISION
GUTHRIE OK 73044
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK - Perry 68
FIRST NATIONAL BANK - Guthrie
Fishburn, Betty 64
Fishburn Susie 28 40 47 55 57 58
Fitzpatrick, Juanita 64
Fitzpatrick, Reba 65
FLASCH MARSHA MARY KAY
Flasch Renee 12 23 48 58 59
Flasch Sharon63 74
FLASCH REALTY - Guthrie - 65
FOSTER'S CORNER DRUG - Perry
Friend Kurt63 74
Rodney, Kenny, and Justin Cyphers
1528 South Division
Harold Wehr Owner Judy Coburn Secretary
J W Sue and JohnW Altebaumer Jr
282 3131 223 N Wentz Guthrie OK 73044
JAMES HENDERSON 405 372 3445
PLANT MANAGER P O BOX 2407
PERRY OK 73077 STILLWATER OKLAHOMA 74076
14051 336 2168 FEED SEED FERTILIZER
Means Easy Banking
EXCHANGE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
MEMBER F D I C
P O Box 797
Perry Oklahoma 73077
l405l 336 5531
Gallaway, Brad 12, 18, 58
Gallaway, Chad 5, 12, 15, 20, 58, 71
Gallaway, Jamie 12, 23, 48, 50, 51, 56,
Gallaway, Julie 5, 12, 20, 58, 71
GANGWER LUMBER - Guthrie - 66
GIBBLE GAS - Cushing - 79
Golay, David 12, 17, 58
Golay, Dawayne 5, 12, 20, 58,71
Golay, Kayla 12, 17, 58
Golay, Stacy 6, 10, 30, 52, 53, 60, 61
Gooch, Jason 12, 21, 58
Gooch, Tara 12, 18, 58
Gorrell, Casey 32, 32a, 32c, 34, 39, 43,
52, 53, 61, 63
Graef, B. J. 28, 52, 53
Graef, Belinda 12, 21, 58
Graef, Man 12, 24, 38, 44, 56
Graef, Tif1any 12, 22, 48, 56, 58
GREEN LIGHT AUTO - Perry - 68
Green, Dani 5, 12, 18, 58
Green, Robin 68
GUMERSON INSURANCE - Guthrie
GUTI-ERIE DAILY LEADER -- Guthrie
H 8 IIGSARPET CENTER - Guthrie
Hafner, Valerie 63
Haggard, Joanna 24, 56
Haggard, Jonathon 28, 53
Haggard, Steve 8, 32, 32d, 39, 58, 61
Haggard, Sumner 12, 14, 25, 56
HAIR NATURALLY - Perry - 69
Hanes, Troy 12, 23, 48, 58
Hannah, Gerald 68
Harman, Bradley 3, 9, 25, 38, 44
Harman, Carrie 12, 22, 48, 51, 56, 58
HARMAN GARAGE - Orlando - 64
Harman, Jason 5, 12, 22, 56,58
Harrell, Leona 14
Harrell, Marriya 12, 21, 58, 71
Harrell, Stephanie 5, 12, 17, 58, 59
Harris, Stacey 6, 15. 76
Henderson, Chapelle 12, 19, 58
Henke, Rochelle Cover, 8, 31, 32, 36,
40, 41, 46, 54, 56,62
HEPPLERS MACHINE SHOP - Perry
Hilburn, Charles 7, 28
Hood, Mark 8, 32, 32a, 32b, 34
Hopfer, Chris 10, 15, 32, 32a, 32b, 34,
39, 43, 52, 53, 62, 63
Hopkins, Danny 12, 23, 48, 58
Hopkins, Mike 32, 32a, 32d
Horner, Natasha 12, 17, 58
Horner, Travis 12, 19, 58
HOWARD'S MUFFLEFI AND
EXHAUST - Stillwater - 70
HOMESTEAD HEIRLOOMS - MuIhalI
Howard, Darin 15, 74
Huff, Kyla Cover, 29, 30, 32, 36, 40,
I DIG OKLAHOMA
F E E D S COMPANY
Goofin' Off! Anya McAnaIly and Lori
-A M..-W-. W we-,
LJ? C917 fiom we emlguftt
In appreciation The seniors of '87
present a plaque to Mr. Toepfer, re-
tiring mam teacher.
41, 54. 57
Hulesman, James 77
INTERSIATIONAL TOURS - Stillwater
Jack, Becky 8, 28
Jack, Dee 24, 44, 56
JANE'S - Perry - 69
Jenkins, Jennifer 24, 37, 44, 45, 55, 56
JEFlOME'S TRENCHING - Orlando
JOHNSON. HUGH JOHN DEERE -
Mulhall - 74
Johnson, Joe 12, 23, 56, 58
Johnson, Maria 9, 25
Johnson, Shelly 9, 30, 61
Jones, Caroline 16
Jurgens, Misti 12, 22
Karcher, Jaramie 3, 24
Karcher, Tracy 2, 11, 26, 52, 53
Karns, Louis 2, 7, 26, 53
KASPER, ROBERT L. -- Perry - 78
Keith, Sean 32, 32a, 32c, 53
Keith, Stacey 74
KENNEMER SHOES - Guthrie - 67
Kerby, Jason 12, 22, 48, 51, 56, 58, 70
Kerby, Jennifer 5, 12, 16, 20, 58, 71
Kindschi, Betty 69
Kindschi, Kelli 5, 16, 58
Klingaman, Karl 14
Knight, Judy 15
Knight Mandy 12, 21, 51, 58
Krgght, Michelle 12, 24, 37, 44, 50, 55,
Kno fel, Beck 32, 32a, 32d, 33, 34,
36? 40, 41, 42, 52, 53
Knott, Dennis 30, 53, 60
Knott, Donald 2, 26, 53
Knox. Jessica 12, 22, 48, 56, 58
Knox. Lidy 12, 18, 58
Koch, Angela Cover, 30, 50, 54, 56
Koch, Genelle 32, 32a, 32c, 33. 34, 36,
40, 41, 46. 62
FARMER S STORE
We Support Our School
Family Hair Care
Phone 649 2245 O
M in Il ox 73063 CMS
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Hypo Allergenic Cosmetics Legg Rlchards
United Cooperative Inc
Best Deal in the Country
Mulhall Marshall Lovell
Congratulations to the Seniors of 88
From Hugh and ranoes
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Mike Shannon, Owner
326 Sixth Street
Perry, OK 73077
1010 7th Box 107
Perry Oklahoma 73077
405 336 4444
The Yearbook Man
Taylor Publishing Co
Phone 547 2464
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Koch, Gary 14
Koch, Geoffrey 26, 32, 39, 42, 46, 50,
Koch, Jay 12, 23, 48, 49, 51, 56, 58
Koch, Teresa 63, 74
Kolb, Micah 30, 56, 61, 58, 74
Lamb, Paul 12, 22, 48, 56, 58
Larman, Audrey 9, 25, 32, 37, 44, 50.
Larman, Gary 16, 53
Larman, Monty 12, 22, 48, 50, 51, 56,
Leach, Amy 28, 31, 34, 36, 40, 63
Leace, Calvin 14
Leach, Cody 12, 21, 58
Leach, Lance 32, 32a, 32c, 33, 34. 43,
LOGGN COUNTY NEWS - Crescent
Lorance, Kristy 12, 18, 58
LUSTER REALTY - Perry - 69
Mack, Stacy 12, 18, 46, 58
Major, Gregg 8, 12, 28, 29, 56
Major, Michael 12, 19, 58
Major, Sondra 12, 22, 48, 51. 56, 58
MgtgDEVlLLE, SHERYL - Perry -
Marion, Debbie 26, 68
Martin, Bo 3, 12, 24, 56
Martin, Luke 12, 21, 51, 58
Martin, Matthew 9, 25, 38, 44, 55
Martin, Zachery 12, 19, 58
Matthews, Sue 15
McAnally, Anya 4, 12, 21, 51, 58, 73
McAnalIy, Charley 12, 23, 58
McAnaIly, Karen 14
Mcggnally, Shawn Cover, 6, 30, 32, 54
McCrary, Jessica 12, 21, 58, 71
McCrary, TiHnie 12, 17, 58
McManamy, Amber 12, 21, 58
McManamy, Carra 12, 17, 58
McNeill, Roy 32, 32a. 32d, 34, 61
McVlCKERS - Guthrie - 65
Meade, Aaron 12, 18, 58
Merrill, Hugh 11
Merrill, Rhonda 12, 21, 51, 58
Merrill, Scott 2, 26, 63
Meyer, Bobbie 12, 21, 51, 58
Meyer, Jr. 67
MID-CONTINENT PERMANET -
Miller, Amber 12, 19, 58
Miller, Ashley 12, 18, 58
Miller, Charlie 12, 21, 58
MR. BURGER - Stillwater - 70
MODE O'DAY - Guthrie - 66
Monroe, Heather 12, 22, 48, 58
MOVIE HOUSE - Perry - 71
Neva, Jason 12, 17, 58, 59
Nealis, Carol Cover, 15, 30
Nees, Chris 12, 21,58
Nees, Martha 12, 17, 58, 59
Nzvgbold, Kristie 12, 28, 34, 47, 56, 58,
Newbold, Melanie 12, 25, 37, 44, 45,
Newbold, Stephanie 32, 32a, 32b, 33,
34, 58, 60
NEWT'S PHARMACY - Guthrie - 66
Nicholas, Carey 9, 25, 44
Nicholas, Larry 16, 48
Nickels, Nate 26, 39, 43. 55, 78
OKLQSI-ECMA STATE BANK - Mulhall
Oldenburg, Jason 12, 18, 46, 58
Oldenburg, Jett 12, 23, 48, 50, 51, 58
Oldenburg, Joline 12, 21, 51, 58, 71
Ortega, Michael 12, 22, 48, 58
Ortega, Michelle 3, 26, 36, 40
Pacheco, Anthony 12, 22, 48, 56, 58
Pacheco, Toni 12, 21 , 58
Payne, Bryce 12, 22, 48, 56, 58
Payne, Michael 26, 27, 56, 57
Peretto, Darlene 61
Peretto, Shaunna 28, 31, 36, 40, 46, 63
Peretto, Steve 16, 36, 40, 44, 75
PESFQRY DAILY JOURNAL - Perry -
PERRY PLUMBlNG COMPANY -
Perry - 67
Peterson. Chartes 9, 25, 38. 44
Peveto, April Cover, 9, 12, 30, 32. 50.
54, 55, 56
Peveto. Geoff 63
Pteifler. Matthew 5, 12, 13, 20, 58, 71
5 PhOI'Ie 1405, 282-4415
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202 West Oklahoma '- Guthrie Oklahoma 73044
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Smith illuneral Home
Bobby and Barbara Smith
220 NORTH FIRST 4051282-2272
GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA 73044
THE COUNTRY CELLAR
Lower Level Victor Mall
202W Harrison Guthrie OK 73044
X I 14051 282 1589
CRAFTS ARTS LESSONS SOUVENIRS
Let us create something special for you
Authorized SEIKO Dealer
WHITE S JEWELERS
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P O Box 849
Stillwater, OK 74074
Pfggler, Sarah 2, 9, 25, 37, 45, 50, 55,
PHlLl3g'S AUTO SUPPLY - Guthrie
Phillips, Brenda 46
Phillips, Cody 12, 18, 58
PlNCggHION - Guthrie and Stillwater
Prater, Chris 12, 23, 56, 58
Prater, Larry 12, 21, 58
Price, Alice 24
Prince, Brian 12, 21, 58
Prince, Christy 8, 28, 47, 58
Prince, Glenda 67
Prince, Rusty 6, 24, 56
Pritchett, LaTrisha 12, 17, 58
David BlustlPhotographer Artist in Res-
RADIO SHACK - Perry - 69
RgI5PH'S PACKING CO. - Perkins -
RAUPE APPRAISAL - Orlando - 64
Raupe. Ruth 9, 16, 32b, 63, 72
Raman, Anthony 12, 22, 48, 51, 56,
Redman, Brian 12, 19, 58
Redman, Jedediah 4, 12, 17, 58
Fleece, Shelly 28
Resneder, Dorothy 16, 59
Roberts, Jeff 31, 32, 32a, 32d, 33, 34,
39. 43, 61
nobr-ms, Mike 24, sa, 44, ss
Romans, Tim 10, ao, 53, se, 61
Rothermel, Denise Cover, 14, 32, 32a,
32c, 34, 55, 56, 57, 62, 63
Rothermel, Lori 4, 12, 21, 51, 58, 73
Russell, Jennller 12, 18, 58
SGS MERCANTILE - Guthrie -- 66
SAFEWAY - Perry - 69
SAV-A-TRIP - Perry - 67
Sawyer, Jerry 9, 12, 25, 38, 44, 56
Sawyer, Tauwnja 12, 19, 58
Schmiedbauer, Hayley 26, 27, 36, 40,
Schmiedbauer, Shelley Cover, 6, 30,
Schrader, Carrie 16, 71
Schwandt, Evelyn 64
Seagroves, Tommy 12, 17, 58
SEARS - Guthrie - 65
James Huleernan, Sculptor
Trying to be calm! lJennifer Barkerl
Shafer, Jerry 25
Silvers, Jeremy 12, 17, 58
Sivlers, Mark 12, 23, 35, 48, 56, 58, 59
Silvers, Rodney 8, 11, 32, 32a, 32b, 33.
34, 43, 63
SMITgl6FUNERAL HOME - Guthrie
SONIC - Perry - 68
Spaulding, Mary 16
Spaulding, Rebekah 7, 26
Spears, Jennifer 24, 37
Sprouse, Horace 10, 14
Sprouse, Mary Sue 8, 9, 15, 24
ST. CLAlFt'S - Perry - 73
Stearman, Kathy 15, 30
STILLWATER MILL - Perry - 73
Stoddart, Harriet 16
SUSlE'S VIDEOLAND - Perry - 79
Syggester, Shanon 12, 23, 48, 56, 57,
Sylvester, Stacey Cover, 12, 30, 36,
40, 54, 56
Sylvester, Stephanie 63, 74
T 81 L RANCHWEAR - Perry - 67
Taylor, Roland 6, 28, 50, 53, 55, 63
Taylor, Tim 24, 50
Te-gy, Geri Cover, 32, 32a, 32d, 34, 63,
Terry, Sandy 7, 9, 25, 37, 44, 50, 75
Thedford, Jamie 12, 17, 58
Thomason, Brandy 12, 24, 44, 56
Thomason, Jennifer 12, 18, 58
Thomas, Clancy 26, 53, 55, 57
Thomsen, Sarah 12, 17, 58
Thggsh, Brad 16, 32b, 38, 39, 43, 44,
Toepfer, Loran 11
Tressler, Terry 30, 39, 60, 6:
Tyler, Steve 11, 30, 53
Vitamins are essential, lAudre Larman
at 4-H Demonstration Contest!
We rent VHS
VCR s and Movies
NO MEMBERSHIP FEE
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to all Mulhall Orlando
PERRY Graduates of the 1988 Class
405 336 9842
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USPS TEAM - Mulhall - 64
UNITED CO-OP - Mulhall - 74
Vagrsghn, Kim Cover, 15, 32, 32a, 32c,
, 36, 40, 58
Vaughn, Shelly 3, 26, 36, 40, 55
VIC'S "66" - Guthrie - 64
Walker, Felicia 12, 23, 48, 56, 58, 59
Walker, Jessica 12, 22, 48, 58
Wade, Connelly 11, 30, 39, 43, 50, 52,
Watters, Sarah 8, 12, 26, 47, 56
Weinkaul, Janet Cover, 10, 32, 32a,
32c, 33, 34, 45, 54, 63
West, Heather 16, 32h
WESTERN AUTO - Perry - 65
Whatley, Sarah 12, 18, 58
White, Gladys Cover, 16
White, Gracie 8, 28, 29, 47 .
WHITE'S JEWELRY - Guthrie - 76
wills, Kim 11, 32, 32a, 32d, 62, 63
Wiss, Cody 12, 18, 58
Wiss, Colby 12, 22, 48, 51, 58
Wiss, Ryan 24, 38, 44, 50, 56, 57
WITTQE 89er RESTAURANT - Perry
Woody, Jill 9
Wooten, Gladys 69
Wray, Marcus 5, 12, 20, 58, 71
Monty Larman shows the champion
Chester at the county stock showin the
spring of '87.
Wray, Tom 67, 68
Wray, Tommy 12, 22, 48. 51, 56, 58
WlggDE'S TIRES, INC. - Guthrie -
YMCA - Peng - 67
Yost, Peggy 1 , 15, 16
ao 1 CLOSING
A s the year comes to an end so do
many of its styles. Coca-Cola shirts
and stone-washed jeans will soon be
replaced by . . . who knows? Style as
we now it today will take on a new
meaning for tomorrow as 1989 brings
us hundreds of fresh fads to follow.
However, fads will come and fads will
go: the only sure way to stay in style is
to create your very own.
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