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(y NATIONAL HOLIDAY — President Reagan signed a bill making Martin Luther King, Jr ' s birthday a national holiday COMPUTER COMPLICATIONS — Matthew Broderick starred as David Lightman, a high school student who inadvertently hooks his home computer into the U.S. governments North American Defense Command computer in the movie hit ' War Games. " TAKES CHAMPIONSHIP — Defending champion Martina Navratilova defeated Andrea Jaeger to win the Wimbledon Ladies ' Singles Championship for the fourth time APWIDE WORLD PHOTO 4 GRENADA INVASION — American Troops, along with a multinational force, invaded the island of Grenada after a coup and successfully secured it. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION — Fireworks exploded over the Brooklyn Bridge to mark the 100th birthday of the giant span. , % s % -K MM iS IS Hh IH l l m L ? FINAL M ' A S H — The final episode of M A S H aired in February of 1983. Original cast is shown on the left and closing cast on the right. GOING APE — A 3,000- pound, eight-story high, vinyl King Kong clung to the Empire State Building in New York to commemorate the movie made 50 years ago TOY CRAZE — Cabbage Patch Kids, complete with birth certificates and adoption papers, were hot items with holiday shoppers. CUP GOES DOWN UNDER — The yacht Australia I! " became the first challenger to take the America ' s Cup in 132 years, defeating the defender, " Liberty. " :e -i THERE SHE IS — in September a Syracuse University coed, Vanessa Williams, was crowned Miss America for 1984. J FLASHY MOVIE — Nineteen-year-old Jennifer Beals starred in the hit movie Flashdance " and firmly established the torn sweat shirt as one of the year ' s fashion fads. MULVANE HS MEDIA CENTER 1900 N. Rock Rd. Mulvane. Kansas 67110 1984 WILDCAT MULVANE HIGH SCHOOL 915 Westview Mulvane, Kansas 67110 TABLE OF CONTENTS Administratior 1 5 Faculty 9 Seniors 17 Classes 29 Organizations 41 Athletics 67 School Life 97 Advertising 129 Take A Peek At 84! tinr Mulvane boys do their traditional slide down court before each state game. Mulvane ' s fans packed the stands as the Wildcats advanced to the 4A State Championship Game. 19 State Anticipation mounts as Mulvane defends their lead in the state Lonny Travis hauls down a re- bound in the final 84 Champs! game against Hayden. game agamst the Hayden Wildcats as David Belew moves for position Und Kevin Bell watches. The student body sends the Wildcats off to state in style. Exhausted, but victorious, the Wildcats line up to receive the state trophy and Individual medals. Initiates SADD Program Bob Stephan Addresses Students Pal McElravy shakes hands with the Attorney General. Robert T. Stephan, Kansas ' 39th Attorney General came to Mulvane High School on February 6. 1984 to give a speech on the SADD (Students Against Driving Drunk) program. His speech was very informative and gave the students some information which might help them make im- portant decisions about drinking and driving. In short, the Attorney Gener- al ' s message concerned taking responsibility for one ' s own ac- tions and that drinking and driv- ing don ' t mix! Superintendent Dean Parks and Mr. Stephan " As Attorney General I enjoy meeting people, hearing your concerns and being the voice for your convictions. The office of Attorney General deals every day with important legal issues which affect your lives. I will continue to listen to your con- cerns and work to protect our laws. " Bob Stephan gives his autograph to Miss McGranaghan (left), and greets Brent Bohanan as Miss McGranaghan and Delbert Lowe look on (above). p 4 Virginia Steadman Bob Runyan Board President Debra kendrick Garland Bell Dan Dafoe Harold Nicholson David Yohe nDMINISTRRTION sEAf " v;,r, Dennis Sloul. Principal Sue Baumgartner. Bookkeeper Jerry Nelson. Vice Principal Administration Responds To " Nation At Risk " In response to growing public concern and pressure generated by the " Nation at Risk " report last summer, a number of recommenda- tions were proposed by the admin- istration at Mulvane High School to meet the challenge of providing quality education for students in the district. Working with the Board of Education and the teach- ers, plans were finalized to increase graduation requirements to 22 credits and to implement a 7-period day for next year. Increasing the number of credits will make it more challenging for students, and the 7- period day will accommodate the " Nation at Risk " recommendations suggesting that students fit more math and science courses into their class schedules. These changes, coupled with the challenge of ad- ministrating the day to day activi- ties of an ever changing student body, kept the administration at the high school very busy throughout the year. Mr. Stout attends another school activity. Sharron Westfall. Register il gS l . ' ,-. ' Virdell Shay. Counselor Jon Brown. Athletic Director Ron Adkins. Counselor Cooks Dorothy James. Ethel Walker, and Jan Hyson. Floyd Reusser Nurse Janice Parkey Jim Slavens Larry Daily I ,v 6 ' pj ]U . - mtma ' iiX iuaisaiuamsititiei Ron Adkins Ed Bowen Bill Brown Jon Brown Richard Lanfield Brenda Diener Joyce Eads Bill Falrchild Marge Ferrell John Fry Pon Gifford 10 Marge Goering kim Grant Marvin Jelinek Pave Johnson Joe Johnson Charles Mason Meg McGranaghan Bill Men! Bob Merrill Alfred Newlin 11 Ted Powers Beverly Reiter Bob Schreiner Virdell Shay Kim Sigg Clay Storey Dennis Tegethoff Pat Thomason Jeanie Traver Karolee Weller Nancy Winter Assemblies Add To MHS Fall sports cheerleaders play Snow White at community pep assembly. Sharr Bippert. Kaihy Sears, and Penny Dull " enjoy " pep assemblies. " ElSmjFTlHC Jf I Lori Peterson force feeds Arlyn Wing. Wendy Wayman and Joey Cartwright help make an apple pie. wr- Matts Limnefelt stands to cheer the Cats on. -i V % Q-IV Monkeying Around! ■ - ' -crxAi Ji { — nsviVi fU-k OjVi a- f X- -»w? jS " " " 15 S E o — I- 2 ' 5 O 00 . _ " a St 00 • o r ci £ o ru D 2 - «i II -I 5! I o ■ Ci !:; - t ii: iS 3 5; o -o 5 ' " O — I tu I- .. S )5 o o ■ ' ' fee . " " °= 2 " = = oj j: ' Ci. fjo o = -c . = q: o ; S . ' o o ;£ -a -I G ■; - S _i 2 m ST. £ ™ ,3 : -a TO :° ■ - " " ■ • 1 : M . oj : u Q. . — 01 ! S -i£ = : t= 5 2 ■ S S : -S! lJ c _0l J2 Q z t- H 5 — -0 n3:- 16 f 4 : - V -. i Because accuracy is such an important part in the development of a good piece of arlwork, senior Rick Starbird takes special care in making final measurements before he begins his drawing. ■. " —■ .,: -.-..% . « .. -vV . . v y jip tf I J ] te tSW y • till dM MVll i . Our art department not only helps students to develop their individ- ual styles and skills, but also teach- es them the need lor precision and Senior Kathy Sears is earnestly putting the final touches on one of her many art protects. Lori Cox shoots for two in a game against Goddard as teammates Tawnya Infinger The teams who participated in the 13th Annual Roadrunner Classic Basketball Tournament at Chaparral will long remember the ' 83 ' 84 basketball team who. as shown above, proudly accepted the first place trophy. Todd and Lonny Travis and Kevin Bell each received medals for their outstanding performances. and the cheerleaders were given medals for displaying their fine sportsmanship. Congratulations M.H.S.I! rking with others. Julie Patter- 1. Caryl Forsberg. and Cindy El dge combine their talents to )duce a work of art. d Melody Carey look on. -i - nrama is more than |ust acting and memorizing lines It involves patience, poise, and among other things, a knowledge of the other aspects of the theater. Senior Penny Dull demonstrates the technique of applying makeup on her subject, sophomore kalhy 19 Brown. Brian Alexander Alquest Kevin Jewell Bell Jake Pale Bowhan Diane Mane Alumbaugh Plana Lynn Bleam Becky Jenna Bozone Jill Mane Arnold Bradley Jay Bobbitt Steven Richard Bradshaw Parrin John Bachman Brent Alan Bohanan Plane RIchelle Brown Maria Alise Bruendl Carolyn Leeann Burns Michelle Elizabeth Butler Leah Ann Canady 20 JF ■ « -J Nova Renee Cane Bruce Allen Cardwell Anita Lanette Casey Michelle Lynn Chambers Sherryl Lynne Cochran Kyle Stuart couch Julie Ann Covington Judy Lynn Crow David Michael PeBacker Ronald Allen DeCou Kevin Duane Diefenbach Frank Aaron Diss Penny Moureen Dull Edward Norman Dunn Brad Allen Edwards Tern Jean Elliott 21 j i im A T -»tg ia»wj i Tracy Lee Elliott Kristine Mane Fuller David Edward Hall krisiel Kay Engslrand Harvey George Goforlh. Jr. i i Mark Steven Hamilton Scott Lee Erickson Jennifer Lee Graber Richard Carl Hancock Teddi Georgette Farrington Patricia Kay Grieve Chen Jolene Hiebert 22 Cheryl Lynn High Bruce Kevin Hoover Katherine Louise Howard Tawnya Sue Indnger Stacy DeeAnn Iverson Sheila Lynn Jameson Pilan Dee Johns Jettrev tdward Jones Lance Jon Kissinger Kevin Ray Langholz Peter Shawn LaRock Matts Limnefelt Tommy Merrill Luckner Roberta Joyce Martiens Lonnie Lee McCosh Michael Scott McCurdv Patrick Joe Mctlravy Lona Lea Mcintosh Vicki Layne Mcintosh Pebra Kay Mclntyre 23 1 .= - ts jc cdtf T»CFn Tvm Shelly Mahlandt Miller ■ Pi 1 ■ I -1 Hk H|r f P f 1 Bernard Hancock Ceding Candace Lee Milliren caria Michelle Myers Laura Lee Pickens Diane Kay Mohney M EjH HHi ■B Wj 1 1 Pamela Mae Newell Ronald Jay Pieknik Steven Dale N cholson 1 P 1 ■ 1 N . ' 1 1 ► 1 ' i 1 4 ' ,i .y - ' % , ■ r ' -l Theresa Eileen Poteete Mary Pauline Powell Monica Sue Pudden Patrick Lee Pulis 24 Ronald Edward Rabe Michael Eugene Rayl Cathy Louise Reese Terrance Wayne Reusser Rayleen Roeder Francis Eugene Schmidt Julie Ann Schmidt Katherine Sue Sears Lanna Michele Seimears Joe Clay Shook. Jr. Lisa Mane Shoup -AJt Ronald William Silvey Dawn Renae Simpson Tammy Le Slater Rick Alan Starbird 2S Tammy Ann Sullivan Paul Rollen Terrell 26 I i Monte Wayne Wilcox Lisa Ann Swayne Todd Lee Travis Hollie Ann Tackelt Teri Leigh Turkle Caihonno Ann West Allen Lee Teetzel Sheryl Lynn VanDorn Kurtis Sean Westlall Gregory Alan Williams Kathy Lynn Wohlford Daren Blayne Yohe Clinton Leroy Young. Jr. Michelle Ranae Zimmerman Rocky Wayne Anderson Traci Jean Lawless Patrick Alan Sellers Senior Mike Rayl eyes the basket against t lear- water in the Maize Tournament. The 1983 Football Homecoming Oueen Carolyn Burns and escort Brad Edwards, center, and her court and escorts, from left; Traci Lawless and Todd Travis Stacy Iverson and J.C. Shook; and crown bearer Mike Johnson and flower girl Audra Parher L Senior Class Officers are seated, from left Mark Hamilton. Vice Presidents Traci Lawless, President; Carolyn Burris, Secretary. Sponsors are Marge Ferrell. Don Gifford. and Bill Brown. Not pictured is Laura Pickens. Treasurer. " Go For More In 84! " Utilizing a combination of hard work, talent, and experience, the senior class showed their leadership in all apsects of school life at Mulvane High. In keeping with tradition, senior portraits were taken in color by Marquis Studios for inclusion in the year- book. Shortly afterward, 24 seniors were chosen for membership in National Honor Society, in recognition of their scholastic accomplishments. In addition, MHS seniors contributed greatly to the success of all school sponsored activities in 1984, from athletics to yearbook, from band to pep club, and much more. For the first time a powder-puff football game was played in which the senior girls clawed and scratched their way to a 6-0 victory over the junior girls. As a fundraising project in December, seniors bought and sold T-shirts with the names of each meinber of the Class of ' 84 printed on them. Shortly after this, several seniors traveled to Winter Park and Silver Creek, Colo- rado, to hit the slopes as part of a class ski trip. The spring semester was highlighted by senior skip day, followed by graduation on May 22, 1984. Upon graduation, the seniors from the Class of ' 84 had many accomplishiTients to reflect on and point to with pride and stand ready to face the future witn confidence, full in the assurance that their years at MHS were well- spent. 2g Senior Class Representatives are from left: Kyle Couch and Tommy Luckner. J .V Junior Class Officers are seated, from left Rob Cartwright. Vice-Presdient. Wendy Way.nan. President; Bo Jones. Treasurer, Alison Giles. Secretary. Sponsors are Pat Thomason. Richard Lanfield. and Beverly Reiter. Junior Class Greg Wilson Juniors Succeed During Year Representatives are from left: Jill Ouigley. Joanne Pounds, Gordon Wayman. and Preparing for their leadership role as seniors next year, the ju- nior class occupied the middle ground between the sophomore and senior classes and distin- guished themselves in their own right in all activities at (VIHS. The year began with the annu- al iTiagazine sales to raise funds for prom. After a slow start, sales picked up steam and eventually 1,440 subscriptions were sold. Preparing for the annual prom proved to be the major project for the class, and involved many hours of preparation. Volunteers set up five committees to orga- nize the preparations. Junior class officers for 1983- 84 were, Wendy Wayman, Presi- dent; Rob Cartwright, Vice- President; Alison Giles, Secre- tary; and Bo Jones, Treasurer. Under the leadership of those of- ficers and class sponsors Mrs. Thomason, Mrs. Reiter. and Mr. Canfield. the juniors accom- plished much during the year, and can use this acquired exper- ience to make for a rewarding senior year next year. Ashlock. Knsti H.ichinan. Diana Kakor. Scott Harger. Devan Bt ' lew, David Bipperl. Shan Bowhan. James Boydston. Mary Bradshaw. Paul Brown. Ricky Burrell. Brent Carey. Melody Carroll. Steve Cartwright. Rob Cash. George Champagne. Jenny Clark, Shannon Comstock, Patricia Cooke. Jayme Cozine. Mike Craft. Chip DeBacker. Jiiii Decker, kimherly Duniap. Brenda Dunn. Scott Eddingfield. Mark Elson. David Ellis. Brad Ellis. Brenda Engstrand. Candee Epp. Clayton Farber. Michelle Ehckinger. Gregory Eorsberg. Caryl Eortner. Robert Gee. David 31 Giles. Alison Gonzalez. Todd Graber. Jeana Graybeal. Teresa Hansen. Cindy Havlik. Christie Hawkins. Richard Hayes. Jay Hedgepalh. David Henderson. Julie Hively. Michelle Hooten. David Hoover. Bucky Hottle. Stephen Huslig. Aaron James. Teresa Jameson. Tern Johnson. Charles Johnson. Darlene Johnson. Lissa Jones. Bo Jones. Lisa Jones. Michele Junious. Connie kenworthy. Amy Kramer. David Lander. Wade Larew. LeeAnn Lawless. Tern LeCierc. Paul Lentz. Sandie Lester. Cristen Lough. Jamie Lowe. Delbert Mauck. Kelly McDaniel. Jim 32 1 ■ » ' I l j Meek. Lori Meek. Siephanle Milingo. Jennifer Mills. Jininiy Mills. Tammy Moyer, Buddy Nix. David Nuirk, Brian Nungesser. karen Parkey, Laura Patterson. Julie Patton. Missy Peterson. Lori Phillips. Nathan Pickering, Allan Pierce. Tracy Pounds. Joanne Powell. Jeff Prestage. Mike Proctor. Barry Oualls. Teresa Ouigley. oreg Ouigley. Jill Reekie. Paria Reneau. Troy Riley. John Rodgers. Mike Rose. Terry Rylant. Gina Schen. Keili Schmidt. Colleen Schmidt. Theresa Silvey. Beckie Smith. Stephanie Spicer. Gerard Storey, Elaine 33 Dfl0 " No, don ' t decorate Jill the Chrislnias tree!!! Pictured from left: David Belew. Jill Ouigley. Aaron Husllg. and Jeff Powell. Lori Meek models 1984 bouffant hairstyle. Gerard Spicer and David Hooten cram for a big test. kristi Ashlock pigs out at community pep assembly. Junior girls Stephanie Meek, Alison Giles. Tracy Pierce, and Candee Engstrand socialize before school What? - Lonny working?!!! I ' coiAl I J _• First row-. Levon Cole, Aljsia Prickett. Marsha Brown, Dawn Elliott. Second row: Brenda Bohanan, Lori Cox, Michelle Mize, Sonja McElroy. Sophomore Class Officers Stuco Representatives: Levon Cole. Sonja McElroy, Allsia Prickett. Marsh Brown. Class Officers: Secretary. Dawn Elliotti Treasurer. Lori Coxi President, Michelle Mizei Vice President, Brenda Bohanan. Allen. Eddie Aluinbaugh. Melissa Arroyo. Anthony Barnes. Mike Becker. Monty Beehler. Melinda Belden. Jeff Belew. Mike Bleam. Dale Bohanan. Brenda Bosnak. kym Bowen. Sherri Britt. Stacy Brown. Kathy Brown. Marsha Brown. Reese Brown. Todd Burkhead. Chris Burns. Geoffery Butler. Scott Campbell, Cameron Carnes. Scott Cartwright. Joey Cash. David Christian. Tricia Cole. Levon Cognac. Jan Collier. Kevin C ooke. Rolf Comstock. David Copolla. Tom Cowden. Bobby Cox. Lori Crawford. David Cusick. Brian Daniels, kirk 37 ' ■■ " ' - ' - ' " T ' L e. im DeHaven. Joel Dir. Mane Diss. Sean Possey. Tiane Punlap. Roben tddmglield. Leeann Ellis. Ricky tlliotl. Dawn Elslun. Tern fcpp. Robin hagan. Mary herguson. James Foxworthy. David Goalee. Laurel Guggisberg. Shelly Hancock. Jeannie Haws. Sieve Rogers. Michelle Hill. Aubrey Johnson, Todd Kastl. Kevin Kessler. Sheila Lancasler. Dwayne Lanzrath, Rick LaRock. Eric Lowrance. Tom Mahlandl. Sheila Mann, Jerry Marliens. Kurt May. Chns McCammon. Peggy McElroy. Sonia Meadows. Kevin Means. Russell Mize. Michelle Moore. Wes ib Murray. Le Anne Niles. Stephanie Owens, Kevin Pfingsien. Damn Pickering. Connie Pierce. Kelly Pnckelt. Alisa Rader. Lee Rahmer. Pamela Ramsey. Trent Rayl. Linda Rennick. David Roeder. Colleen Roll. Tim Schmidt. Chris Schmidt. Michael Shook. Mike Showalter. Tammy Sickmann. Shelly Sisco. Greg Snow. Mike Spoonhauur. Patrick Springer. James Stewart. Kristy Storey. Melinda Stout. Shirley Stump. Mike Sutton. Shellee Swayne. Ericka Sweet. Bruce Taylor. Jim Terry. Jan Timmons. Daria Tridle. Chris Van Buskirk, Trena Van Dorn, Denise ,-■ ■ ' .-r ' Tr iinrmi iq •lMM Van Zant. Alicia Vest. Tammy Ward. Brad Watson. Missy Weaver. Tom Welch. Tammy Williams. Susan Wilhrow. kris Womak. James Yohe. Debbie Hull. Thomas Todd Brown learns from Debbie Yohe and Tom Weaver how to run the balloon race. Robin Epp demonstrates the latest force feeding techniques. 40 Eddie Allen learns the hard way what happens to those with green tongues. Colleen Roeder, Marsha Brown. Rick Lanzreth, Sean Diss. Dwayne Lancaster, and Levon Cole contemplate another exciting lecture. I Stuco Has Very Exciting Year Student Council provides both fun and services to the school and community alike. Members kicked off the year by acting as guides at sophomore orientation. Students enjoyed the many Stuco sponsored dances including a Get Acquainted Dance, two Homecoming dances, and a Christmas Dance. The Class Competition also provided entertainment and class spirit In addition to the fun things Stuco did for students, they also purchased a state basketball banner, a trophy case, and a past presidents ' plaque, and issued a survey to the student body. For community projects, Stuco supplied families in need vnth Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, and held a legs contest to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy. Stuco members capped off the year with a Stuco-Ouill Type picnic. The year proved to be very successful. Stuco presidential candidates and their campaign managers listen intently to campaign ' speeches. Jeana Graber displays the Junior Class float during a pep assembly. It placed second in the Class Competition. Sponsors Mr Nelson and Mr. Tegethoff set up the sound S system for a Stuco sponsored dance. 42 1983-84 Student Council Lori Peterson stuffs her face during a pep assembly as Student Council executive officers From left sponsor. Jerry Nelson; secretary. Tern TerrI Lawless looks on. Lawless; vice president. Brent Bohanan; president. Ten Turkic, treasurer. Greg Ouig- ley; sponsor. Dennis Tegethoff. I jii Hot and tired students take a break during a Stuco dance and en|Oy excellent refreshments. .l. I Eddie Allen and Brent Bohanan pick up ballots after the ' 84 ' 85 Stuco elections. tudents enjoy good music and great times at the annual Stuco jet Acquainted Dance. Kayettes Have A Fun And Busy Year! 1983 84 proved to be a busy year for Kayettes. They started the year off with an ice cream social membership drive. Other activities included the Kayette conference m Hutchinson, the first annual yearbook signing party, the Christmas party, the teacher breakfast, and in keeping with tradition, secret pals. The biggest events for Kayettes were the Red Cross Bloodmobile and the Lincoln House catalog sales. Ending the year the sophomore and junior Kayettes gave the senior Kayettes a farewell banquet, during which next years officers were installed. The banquet was catered by Mrs. Infinger. Sophomores Sonja McElroy. Tiane Dossey. and Shellee Sutton clown around at a Senior Diane Brown gets coached by sophomore Debbie Kayette meeting. Yohe. 1983-84 Kayettes 44 This year was the first Kayette yearbook signing party. Junior Candee Engstrand and senior Bernie Ceding sign their autographs at Quill Type Boosts Sports Ouill Type Is a service club composed ot luniors and seniors whose primary purpose it is lo support the activities program. The club is sponsored by Ron Adkins and Bill Brown. The major task of Quill Type is providing gate workers for athletic events. The proceeds are used for various pro|ects to aid the school, including Purchasing and decorating a Christmas tree for the school lobby, purchasing and staffing the message board in from ot the school, and purchasing radios for the use of Ouill Type gale workers. The year proved to be very suc- cessful under the leadership of Carolyn Burns. Jill Ouiglcs .iiul Knsti Ashlock look on as Christmas lights on the Ouill Type Christ Jill Arnold struggles with the mas tree. Ouill Type members David Belew and Greg Ouigley place decorations on the tree under Shelly Siemears ' supervision. Among other activities. Ouill Type members Teri Turkle and Laura Pickens sell tickets at home games. Bottom row D Simpson. S Siemears. D. Mohney. C Burns. L. Canady. Second row: T. Elliott. J. Pounds. J. Ouigley. J. Arnold. D. Bleam. L. Casey. L. Jones. W. Wayman. K. Ashlock. Third row S. VanDorn. L. Meek. S. Iverson. M. Carey. D. Reekie. T. Infinger. K Mauck. M Patton. D Edson. sponsor B. Brown Back row sponsor R Adkins. L. Pickens. L. Mcintosh. D. Belew. G. Ouigley. B. Jones. A. Huslig. Aaron Huslig adds some glitter to the tree. .3BT-B- ._»-:iSi«asS«.. iTini ' 1 iiimw KhJmI S MJ i III 1? r " E f. Busy Year For FHA! The Future Homemakers of Amer- ica kept very busy this year, accom- plishing a number of projects as well as a variety of activities. These in- cluded a Banana Split Creed Party, Fall Get-Together Picnic, Holiday Family Dinner, Christmas favors for Villa Maria residents, Valentine cookie sales, Easter baskets for needy children with the Mulvane Care and Share, Sr. Farewell, and an Installation Dinner. They also at- tended State and District meetings. from left (front row): Lissa Johnson, Marie Dir. (second row): Amy Kenworthy. Gina Rylant. Becky Bcal, Rayleen Roeder, Shirley Stout, Laura Parkay, LeeAnn Larcw, and Theresa Schmidt. Terri Jameson and Gina Rylant stalk the hallways of MHS to deliver cookies. LeeAnn Larew delivers Valentine cookies to Kristel Eng- strand. , , . FHA officers are from left: Theresa Schmidt, Amy Ken- worthy, Mrs. Eads (spon- sor), LeeAnn Larcw, and Laura Parkcy. Wendy Wayman signs the membership book while Lanette Casey and Maria Bruendl look on. " Who do you think you are? " NHS Members Busy The National Honor Society Is a select group of our high school community. The members are in the top 10% of their class and a lot of time, effort, and energy was spent to obtain this position. The induction ceremony was held on November 7. At that time the new members were initiated. Later the Mulvane NHS hosted the College Bowl on February 2i. " It was very successful and well organized, " said Mr. Glaser. The 1983-84 officers were: President, Maria Bruendl; Vice President, Lanette Casey; Secretary, Monica Pudden; Treasurer, Lona Mcintosh; and Stuco representatives, Greg Williams, Michelle Chambers. I S I Alison Giles guards the door during the Mulvane College Bowl _L ■ - ■ " I , IW " X iki — -Tjf U ' ismtt )-m " Okay, things are all set. " " I baked them all by myself! " Mr. Newim and former teacher Mrs. Jaax enjoy leisure conversation while Mr. Glaser studies his notes. r- r- 1983-84 National Honor Society Members The refreshment committee takes a break to pose for the camera. m-»»rr» yt W 1983-84 Marching Band J. , ' , Jk «% .. 9 Front row, L to R T. Dossey. S. Gugglsberg. R. Ray. K. Burkhead, A. Pnckett. D. Yohe. D. Reekie. D. Mohney. S. Smith. T. Sullivan. 2nd row. L to R - J. Schmidt. L. Larew. T. Welch. L. Peterson. M. Beehler. T. Lawrance. K. Pierce. D. VanDorn. M. Mize. M. Storey. L. Murray. T. Ramsey. T. Pierce. J. Hancock. L. Jones. J. Ouigley. K. Couch. 3rd row: L to R - T. Turkle. M. Carey. J. Graber. A. Wing. T. Lawless. K. Daniels. C. Schmidt. B. Ellis. T. Weaver. J. Ferguson. P. Terrell. K. Worth. T. Hull, k. Martiens, J. Conyac. A. Arroyo. P. Johnson. S. Mahlandt. M. Fagan. J. Crow. M. Cozine. K. Engstrand. 4th row: L to R - J. DeBacker. B. Ward. K. Howard. M Powell. T. Elliott. D. Hooten. P. Wanek. K. Kastl. J. McDaniel. A. Huslig. B. Burrell. T. Walker. P. Grieve. J. Graber. Back row: L to R L Meek, C. Engstrand, P. Yohe, P. Pulis. T. Lawless. K. Owens. R. Rllis. D. Timmos. T. Johnson. W. Moore. J. Belden. T. Powers. 50 Band Majorettes Lori Meek and Jill Ouigley. The pep band plays with Mr Powers directing for the traditional bonfire before the football game. 51 Musical Melodies Made By Concert Band I 52 Mr. Powers directing the band?l Pat sets the beat for the pom pon girls. B A S E C T I N O D N A L S Woodwinds mmM Drums ■■ ' .— ' . .JT-lL tlP ' » i Pep Band membors from left (front row i P Koiiiiick. K Owens, T Brown, P Pulis, D Vohe, K. Couch. G. Williams, M, Kigan. (second row): T. Elliott. M. Powell. A. Prickett. P. Yohe. T. Pierce. C. Engstrand. S. Smith. S. Mahlandt. (third row): k. Marliens. J. Ferfuson. T, Weaver, K. Daniels, C. Schmidt, A. Wing, J. Graber, T. Turkle, B. Sweet, (fourth row): C. Pickering. L. Larew. T. Welch. J. Schmidt. T. Sullivan, k. Engstrand, J. Crow, M. Cozine, (fifth row): D. Hooten, P. Wanek. K. Kastl. J. McDaniel, T, Walker. B. Burrell. A, Husllg. Another powerful Pep Band perfor- mance! (Right) Greg Williams leads Pep Band at the Pep Assembly, (Below) The trumpet players get Into the swing of thingsl 54 Pep Band Boogies Pep Band, under the direction of Ted Powers., had a very busy and exciting year. Pep Band members helped kick off the athletic season by leading pep club and booster club members in song during the annual bonfire. The Pep Band participated in all the pep assemblies, including the community pep assembly, and provided the entertainment between girls ' varsity and boys ' varsity basketball games. Pep band is composed of volunteer sophomore, junior, and senior band members. VOCAL MUSIC The Mixed Chorus was very active in the per- formance of a variety of music. Activities includ- ed Ail State Chorus Auditions in November for selected members as well as Regional Music Com- petition at Augusta and Solo competition for se- lected members in April. The Mixed Ensemble was active in several out- side community performances. The 7:15 a.m. re- hearsals all paid off through a gradual improve- ment in skill in all areas of singing. A special highlight was the " Broadway " production given to the community and school in May. Mrs. MeitI assists Dale Bleam at the piano Music Singing and sitting pretty Under the careful direction of Mr. MeitI, Mixed Ensemble makes another performance. I Mixed Ensemble awaits their applause. .I3TITO.- .jmr Lights, Camera, Action In addition to Thespian members ' participation in theatre, two drama classes were involved in producing shows during the 1983-84 school year. Each class rehearsed and performed a children ' s theatre play for primary students. These same classes combined their efforts to present A Thurber ' s Carnlvalior the spring production. Along with this, an all school cast performed a one act. There ' s Always Spring. Including light and sound technicians, more than 40 students were involved in the production and gained some excellent threatre experience. THESPIAN MEMBERS Diane Brown Kathy Brown Chris Burkhead Julie Covington Chip Craft Penny Dull Brenda Dunlap Debbie Edwards Clayton Epp Teddi Farrington Patty Grieve Jeff Jones Mats Limnefelt Monica Pudden Terry Rose Hollie Tacket Denise VanDorn Sheryl VanDorn Tammy Vest Back row S. Cocliran. R. Pieknik, C. Roeder. K. Wohlford. C. Reese, P. Dull. K. Brown, K. Howard. D. Brown, P. VanDorn, J. Jones. Front row: D. Bleam. B. Dunlap, k. Fuller. C. Myers. Cathy feels bewitching as Penny stares in amazement- nespian officers Penny Dull. Monica Pudden. Teddi farrington. Patty rieve. and Hollie Jacket. Lieul Borg salutes as Jeff Eggert. Donna Ward, and Lisa Hart- man return to do make up. Townspeople look on during Children ' s Theatre. Back row J. Covington. C. Burkhead. M. Limnefelt. J. Jones. C. Epp, T Vest Second row D Edwards. D. VanDorn. K. Brown. S. VanDorn. P. Brown. B. Dunlap. Front row H. Jacket. P Grieve. P. Dull. M Pudden. T. Earnngton. Michelle Farber and Mary Powell present a tractor cake to the teachers. (left): Wade Lander cocks his rifle. Skdu i Swim iA Members and parents chow down at the annual Chili Feed. (left) FFA officers are from top: Jim McDaniel. Mary Powell. Jenn Graber. Troy Walker. Ricky Brown. Rolfe Cooke, and Mr. Story. -X tk The students show their spirit b painting their faces at a basketball game against Buhler. Pep Club started off the I9S3-S4 year by sponsoring the fall bonfire prior to the kick off of the football season against Augusta. The Community Pep Assembly highlighted the Fall sports and helped generate support for the Cats from the Mulvane community. Vt hen winter rolled around the Pep Club kicked into high gear to back the Winter sports teams with the pep assemblies held twice a month. The highlight of the year was the contribution made by the club to the Wildcat basketball team at State as they packed seyeral busses to Salina to root the State Champions on. Ride Em Cowboy! PEP CLUB (Above right) David Cash shows his cos- metotogv ability on Mike Shook (Right) " Ain ' t nothing gonna break my stride " (Below track " Right ! " Cats are on the right Se 3nd e emee " (Left) Stacy Iverson takes the Palmolive test (Belt? 1 Students she their support at Cc mmunit Pep AssembK M Club Has Active Year ' 5 , .SS» ■ . V • r n w Smith Goes To State WILDCAT HARRIERS LEARN FROM SEASON In a sport characterized by rapid growth in pop- ularity, the Muivane Wildcat Cross Country team made great strides in the 1983-84 season. The har- riers faced a tough schedule in a very competitive league, and showed much improvement as the sea- son progressed. Seniors on the squad were Rick Hancock, Mike Rayl, Bernie Ceding, and Lisa Shoup. Juniors were Stephanie Smith, David Belew, Brian Nulik, Aaron Huslig, and Mike Rodgers. Soph- omores who competed were Wes Moore, Jerry Mann, Kirk Daniels, Dwayne Lancaster, and Sean Diss, while Wendy Wayman and Karen Nungesser served as managers. Exceptional performances that highlighted the year were turned in by Rick Hancock, who fin- ished 24th out of 100 at the WSU 3-mile race, and by Stephanie Smith who finished 2nd in a new school record time of 2044. Smith also won 3 of 6 races during the year, and set a new school record of 11:55 in the Chaparral meet. For her efforts. Smith was selected All league and qualified for the State meet at Wamego. A friend provides a steadying hand for Stephanie Smith at the State meet. f f 68 Pictured from left t oach Mason. Manager Karen Nungesser, Pavid Belew. Jerry Mann. Dwayne Lancaster. Wes Moore, Mike Rodgers. Lisa Shoup. Aaron Hushg. Stephanie Smith, Bernie Ceding, kirk Daniels, Rick Hancock. Brian Nulik. Sean Diss, manager Wendy Wayman. Mike Rayl. Assl. Coach Patterson. ried in the middle ot the pack. Rick Hancock. Brian Nulik, Bernie Ceding. Pavid lew, Wes Moore, and Kirk Daniels struggle for a good start. l N Senior Bernie Ceding strives to find his second wind for the final push. Wildcat harriers " ham it up " after a meet. VARSITY RtCCRD Clearwater Wellington Chaparral Andale Berean Academy Andover CTL League Regionals Team standings not kept 0th 9th 6th 8th 8th 9th Sth A little relaxation while wailing tor the bus. Vilh an Andover runner at his heels. Rick Hancock :truggles up the hilly course. Spikers Gain Experience To participate in volleyball at the high school level requires dedication. The girls spent many hours of hard work to achieve their goals. They were not always successful, but were always willing to give 100%. " To strive to improve is a goal of which to be proud, " said Coach Winter. The following people received letters this season: Seniors- Stacy Iverson, Diane Mohney, Kris Fuller, Julie Schmidt, Traci Lawless, and Tawnya Infinger. Juniors- Lori Meek and Melody Carey. Melody Carey was also selected CTL All-League Volleyball and Kris Fuller was chosen for Honorable Mention. Coach Winter was assisted by Coach K im Sigg. ' i) D Melody Carey was selected cTL All-League Volleyball and kris Fuller was chosen for Honorable Mention. iURk 70 Stacy Iverson readys for back up as kris Fuller bumps the ball. Front ton Cox. Second Row Stacy Iverson, Lawless, kris Fuller. Tawyna Infinger. Julie Melody Carey. Daria Reekie. Terr! Lawless. Front: Darla Reekie. Tern Lawless. Allison Giles. Second Row: Jan Conyac. Lori Cox. Ton! Lowrance. Melinda Beehler Third Row Mary Pagan. Stephanie Niles. Tiane Dossey. Tom Lowrance (No. 22) looks on as Darla Reekie prepares to spike the ball. 3lane Mohney. Third Row Tract chmidt. Fourth Row Lori Meek. Lori Cox and Darla Reekie team up to block the opposing tear efforts. Cheerleaders Lead MHS In Spirit Varsity cheerleaders started the year out right by attending the NCA camp at Kansas State University in July. They received all blue ribbons in addition to two spirit sticks, bringing the best results from Mulvane ' s cheering squad in eight years. Out of the fifty-two squads who attended camp only five received all blue ribbons. " We are proud of you. say we are proud of you! (Clap, clap, clap!) " Congratulations girls! The v.irsiiv clicorliMtiors are pictured with cheerleadjng sponsor Miss McGran- aghan Varsity cheerleaders pictured from left, bottom row: Tern Lawless. Carolyn Burns, and Traci Lawless. Tow row Stacy Iverson. Kris Fuller, and Jill Arnold. 72 Mt ' JV cheerleaders show their spirit! JV ' s First Year Is A Success The JV cheerleading squad contributed greatly to the great school spirit at Mulvane High School this year by cheering at pep assemblies and athletic events. The girls gained valuable exper- ience under the guidance of the varsity cheerleaders. However, cheering is not all glamour and glory. There are other things involved. The varsity cheerleaders demonstrate one ol their stunts. .acMdl ' :.. IV cheerleaders from left, bottom row Michelle Mize. Shelly Sickman. and Melmda Beehler. Top row arla Timmons. Sonia McElroy, and Shelly Guggisberg. Many hours are spent plan- ning pep assemblies, making locker posters, practicing stunts, and learning new cheers. Much time Is also spent after school in practice and late at night traveling to and from the many games of the long season. The JV foot- ball cheerleading squad was made up of Daria Timmons, Shelly Guggisberg, Melinda Beehler, Michelle Mize, Sonja McElroy, and Shelly Sickman. Their efforts were greatly ap- preciated by the JV and Soph- omore football teams. ; ;i. ' liij :1 ' 73 CARDIAC CATS GO TO 7-2 The Cardiac Cats displayed a performance during the 1983 football season that is not to be forgotten. The football team won the season opener against Augusta and finished with their best record of 1-2 since 1969. They also experienced their first win over Wellington in modern history. The Cats were presented with a tough schedule of playing six 5A schools. " During preseason, we were picked to finish 5th in the Chisolm Trail League, " stated Jon Brown, Head Football Coach. At the close of the season. Mulvane placed 2nd in the league behind Goddard. The Wildcats were nicknamed " Cardiac Cats " for their style of winning. Victories from five games were the result of second-half comebacks. In the final minutes, three ballgames were won, and another was taken during overtime. The 1983 football season proved to be a success with eight people named to the CTL All League Team. In addition, the Wildcat defense was ranked 1 in the CTL. coach Jon Brown confers viHb quarterback Mllte Snow during a pause In tlie action. r-i»(db= ■d T im t Vlt Jb! IJrl il ; I ;jr ' iA- LRi!irljfiFAiX ' iart 1t. ir -1- -i C_. ;5 74 " 1983-84 Wildcat Football Team » ' T «i Seniors Respond To Challenge Of Tough Schedule With Class Accepting the challenge issued at the end of last year ' s season, this year ' s seniors rose to the occasion to help Mulvane finish with their best re- cord since 1969. As a result, there were seven seniors named to the All-League Team. They were Todd Travis, line- backer and punter: Ed Dunn, guard-, Pat McElravy, interior line; Kevin Bell, de- fensive back; and junior, Lonny Travis, end. Honorable Mention were: Brad Ed- wards, tackle; J.C. Shook, runningback; Dilan Johns, interior line. In addition. Brad Edwards and Lonny Travis were named Honorable Mention, Class 4A All-State. Front row Rick Starbird. Dilan Johns. David Hall. Grog Williams. Terry Reusser. 2nd row Ronnie Rabe. J.C- Shook, Rocky Anderson. Pal Mctlravy. Daren Vohe. 3rd row: Kevin Bell. Pat Sellers. Pat Pulis. Brad Edwards. Tommy Luckner. manager 4th row Brent Bohanan. Todd Travis, kyle Couch, td Dunn Todd Travis struggles for extra yardage while kevin Bell looks on. Brent Bohanan. tddie Allen, and Tommy Luckner experience the thrill of a Friday night game from the sidelines. 75 Front Row Clayton Epp. George Cash. David Gee. David Hooten. 2nd row Buddy Moyer. Jeff Powell Bo Jones. Jamie Lough. Lonny Travis. 3rd row Greg Ouigley. Troy Walker. Gerard Spicer. Scott Dunn. Gordon Wayman. Coach Brown rallies the troops with another eiectrofying pep talk. 1983 FOOTBALL RtCORD VARSITY Mulvane 6 Augusta Mulvane 13 Valley Center l: Mulvane 10 Buhler 7 Mulvane 7 Goddard 14 Mulvane 14 Andover Q Mulvane 15 Wellington 13 Mulvane 7 Ark City 14 Mulvane 6 Winfield 3 Mulvane 14 Independence 10 JUNIOR VARSITY Mulvane 2A Augusta 14 Mulvane 33 Valley Center Mulvane 54 Andale 14 Mulvane Goddard 1 Mulvane 10 Andover Mulvane 35 Wellington 6 4 fe ) r 4 (Left): Morgan LeClair breaks outside on the option play in J.V. action against Win field. I (Right): Ouarterback Greg Ouigley un leashes the bomb In J.V. action against Andover. The Cats went on to win over the Tro|ans lOO to move their record to 4-1. » (Below): Greg Ouigley struggles to elude a Trojan defender as he sweeps around right end with Mike Belew racing to pro- vide extra blocking and Reese Brown looking on downfield. Front row Damn Pfingsten. Brian Cusick. David Cash. Mike Shook. Kris Wiihrow. .2nd row Cameron Campbell, kurt Martiens, Reese Brown. Brad Ward. Mike Belew. iird row: Trent Ramsey. Mike Snow. Steve Haws. Kevin Kastl. Todd Brown, manager. 4ih row Mike Stump. Anthony Arroyo. Kent Womak. Scott Butler. Jeff Belden. Scott Butler puts the crunch on another unlucky Tro|an ball carrier as Brad Ward and Trent Ramsey sweep in for the kill. Cats Fall To Lions 14-7 Homecoming Highlights Fall Sports m « Duhhh. Foolballlll I Burris Crowned Queen This year ' s Homecoming ceremony took place on the evening of Friday, September 30, 1983. the can- didates, Carolyn Burris, Traci Lawless, and Stacy Iverson, were escorted around the football field in Mustangs provided by the Simons of Mulvane to meet their escorts Brad Edwards, Todd Travis, and J.C. Shook. The band played " High Chaparral " and the Alma Mater. Carolyn Burris was then announced Homecoming Queen. She was presented, by her es- cort Brad Edwards, with the traditional crown, flow- ers, and of course, a kiss. The flower girl was Audra Farber and the crown bearer was Michael Johnson. The football game which followed the ceremony was a hard fought game against the Goddard Lions. The Wildcats made a valiant come-from-behind ef- fort but were defeated by the Lions 14-7. It was a memorable evening for everyone. Homecoming Queen Carolyn Burris is pictured with her es- cort. Brad Edwards. The flower girl and crown bearer for the evening were Audra Farber and Michael Johnson. Queen Carolyn Burris and her court. Traci Lawless and Stacy Iverson, reign over the Homecoming football game when the Cats took on the Goddard Lions. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Lead MHS In Winter Sports The I9S-4 Basketball Cheerleaders started building spirit by attending camp at K State, Although basketball wasn ' t until December, the girls were excited (or the upcoming season. The cheerleaders did a lot of practicing before and after school to prepare for the pep assemblies The pep assemblies added spirit and pushed both girls and boys basketball teams on to victory. This year was the first year to have both varsity games at home and the crowds seemed to increase along with the spirit When the Chaparral Tournament pushed closer the squad played a big part in the winning of the sportmanship award. The cheerleaders received medals and the school received a plaque For the first lime the Varsity Cheerleaders were able to cheer on the boys basketball at State Mulvane. led by the Cheerleaders became the " sixth- man " on the court enabling the boys to roll on to Victory! v . V fcnthusiastic crowd at 1984 Stale Championship 80 One of many run-throughs to support our lean Cheerleaders portray basketball players in skit. Cheerleaders worked hard on stunts for State Championship 1984 J.V. Cheerleaders: Michelle Mize. Shelly Guggisberg. Melinda Beehler, Daila liiiunoiis, Joey Cartwright. Shelly Sickman. Sonja McElroy. and Marsha Brown. ■ " This years squads were very spirited groups. They were the essential Ingredients in a winning season and did an outstanding job leading the students and com- munity at the games. " Ms. McGranaghan J.V. Cheerleaders show their stuff at pep assembly. CATS ACHIEVE BEST SEASON! The 1983-84 edition of the Mulvane High School Wildcat basketball team rolled to the most impressive record In the school ' s history (24-3) and along the way won the Maize Invitational and Chaparral Roadrunner Classic tournaments, the Sub-State title at Augusta, and the Class 4A State Tournament held at the Bicentennial Center in Salina. Kansas. On the home court the Wildcats uti- lized a tenacious slashing defense coupled with a controlled fastbreak off the press to run eight teams off the court, and go undefeated. The home- town fans proved to be a valuable asset to the team, giving true meaning to the phrase " home court advantage. " The only two losses came on the road at Buhler and Valley Center. At State the Cats drew a tough scrappy Nickerson team in the first round and rallied for a 65-60 victory to advance into the semi-finals against Tonganoxie. Despite facing a tall frontline, the Cats totally dominated the slower Chieftians and romped to a 57-34 victory. In the Championship game against Topeka Hayden, last year ' s defending champs, the Wild- cats rose to the occasion and ran away from Hayden 64-50 to claim Mulvane ' s first State Championship in basketball. I Back row {(rorn lett) Coach Cliarles Mason. Pavid Kramer. Greg Ouigley. Mike Rodgers, Buddy Moyer, Aaron Huslig, tonny Travis. Pavid Belew. Bo Jones. Jamie Lough, and assistant coach Dennis Tegethoff. Front row (from left) Ronnie Rabe. Kevin ° Bell. JC. Shook. Todd Travis. Mike Rayl. and Terry Reusser. m K V f . f f Top row (from left): Wes Moore. Mike Rodgers. Buddy Moyer. David kramer. Reese Brown, and David Foxworthy. Middle row (from left) Mike Stump. Robert Former. Jamie Lough. Greg Ouigley. Aaron Huslig. and Bo Jones. Bottom row (from left) kevin kasil. Rick Lanzrath. Mike Snow. Mike Belew. Sean Diss, and Jerry Mann. Jamie Lough slides to the corner tor a pass in JV action against Goddard. VARSITY RECORD MHS Opp 66 Andale 63 68 Goddard MAIZE TOURNAMENT 60 7.3 Clearwater 56 54 Andele 50 57 Pratt 48 49 Buhler 59 65 Chaparral 63 0 Wellington 51 68 ValleyCenter 70 65 Augusta CHAPARRAL TOURNAMENT 43 59 kingman 44 59 Clearwater 47 54 Pratt 47 66 Goddard 45 -0 Andover 44 64 Buhler 51 65 Wellington 54 74 Valley Center 55 0 Clearwater (OT) 68 64 Augusta SUB STATE 30 64 Rose Hill 49 63 Circle 43 i Valley Center STATE TOURNAMENT 64 65 Nickerson eo 57 Togano ie 34 64 Topeka Hayden 50 8 SOPHOMORE RECORD MHS Opp 55 Goddard 64 40 Buhler 44 38 Wellrnglon 21 4S Valley Center 50 46 Augusta 43 34 Goddard 36 48 Andover 57 50 Bishop Carroll 47 33 V1ULVANE TOURNAMENT 33 Goddard 42 43 Andover 30 43 Valley Center 45 53 Andover 49 49 Buhler 40 65 Wellington 58 56 Valley Center 52 53 Clearwater 37 66 Augusta 46 (From left ) Sophomore Coach Dave katzenmeier, Head Coach Charles Mason, and Assistant Coach Dennis Tegethoff. 1983-84 Chisholm Trail All-League Players! David Belew Kevin Bell Lonny Travis Todd Travis ' Muscle legs Traci goes for " 2 " Girls Show Improvement The 1983-84 girls ' basket- ball team took a large step toward improvement thus, increasing their number of wins from five to seven and decreasing their losses by one. This year ' s team in- cluded four returning sen- iors. They were Diane Moh ney, Tracey Elliott, Tawnya Infinger, and Traci Lawless. The experience they gained from the previous year was a key factor in concluding a better season. The Lady Cats provided two players who finished the year with honors. Sen-- ior Tawnya Infinger re- ceived an All-Tournament, Award during the Mulvane Invitational Tournament, and was named to the All- League team. Sophomore Lori Cox was also named to the All-League team. MHS VARSITY RECORD Opp i» Andale n MAIZE TOURNAMENT i Nickerson 40 20 Maize 18 32 Andale 55 29 Goddard 51 25 Buhler 52 40 Chaparral 42 46 Wellington 30 25 Valley Center 26 43 Augusta 27 46 Goddard 55 MULVANE TOURNAMENT 38 Rose Hill 33 38 Derby 49 29 Andover 53 36 Andover 40 37 Buhler 59 42 Wellington 29 37 Valley Center 40 25 Clearwater 40 56 Augusta 23 SUB STATE 36 Valley Center 46 MjLV. NE I " " ATS fMW Varsity players are Irom left: (front row) Tawnya Infinger, Melody Carey. Tern Lawless. Lisa Jones. Diane Mohney. Tiane Dossey. (second row) Coach Bill Stinson. Traci Lawless. Tracey Elliott. Lori Cov. Teresa Graybeal. Sheila Mahlandt. sM I J ; .. Lady Lats rii a huddle making plan of attack. Melody Carey (10) lumps for a rebound as teammates Lorl Cox (21). Tawnya Infinger (il), and Diane Mohney are on tlie offensive. Lisa Jones attempts to steal the ball from Buhler Melody Carey checks for a receiver as Tawnya Infinger runs for position. ! ' ; %v Junior Varsity players are from left (front row) Debbie Vohe. Terri Lawless. Mary Fagan. Lisa Jones. Tiane Dossey. Sheila Mahlandt. (second row) Coach Tony Gourlay, Jeannie Hancock. Lori Co . Teresa Graybeal. Melinda Storey, and Brenda Bohanan. gy manager. The Klassy Kats have gained an impressive reputation through the years, and this year ' s squad carried on that tradition of excellence. The squad of twelve girls worked hard during 6th hour class and after school perfecting their rou- tines for their many performances. Klassy Kats performed at Football Homecom- ing, all basketball home games, at Sub-State Basketball in Augusta, and highlight- ed the year with a performance at the 4A State Basketball Tournament in the Bicentennial Center in Salina. To conclude a memorable year, the girls performed at the Elks Training Center Benefit All-Star basketball game at Friends University in July. In summary. Sponsor Nancy Winter remarked, " They have won trophies and awards in competition and summer camp. They are a real credit to our school. " Klassy Kats Juniors kristi Ashlock. Becki Silvey. and Wendy Wayman perform a routine before tlie student body during a pep assembly. The Klassy Kats made their first performance of the year during halftime of the football homecoming game. 88 Klassy Kats. bottom row: Chen Hiebert. Maria Bruendl. tanette Casey. Stacy Iverson. and Jill Arnold. Back row: Lisa Young. Joanne Pounds. Missy Patton. Karen Nungesser. Kristi Ashlock. Becki Silvey. and Wendy Wayman. r- £ ' n . . t uM m - J K n r " ' r% X T€ w% -..■ i .- 1983-84 Klassy Kats strut their stuff. The klassy kats give one of their many fine performances during a pep assembly. Squad head. Jill Arnold and Mrs. Winter, kat sponsor, converse during a break in practice. Pom pon members put in many hours of practice each day during class to perfect their performances. The Klassy Kats demonstrate one of their classy routines during a pep assembly. 89 1983-84 Basketball Homecoming Candidates and Escorts Cheri and Mike are taken by surprise as Cheri is named Homecoming Queen. The candidates and their escorts for the 1983-84 Basketball Homecoming; from left, Jill Arnold, Ronnie Rabe, Cheri Hiebert. Mike Rayl. Kris Fuller, and Kevin Bell. KRIS Coach Gilford inspires the Cats onl T 14 «i ... ' m Baseball Team Struggles Sb i ' x f ' i - H V, Belew and Rayl ready for action. Freshmen (from left) Mark Wilson. Curtis Hicks. Shane Martin. Rob Whitmer, and Kyle Steadman. Mike Stump runs for first base. Sophomores (from left) Geoffrey Burns. Mike Shook. Kris Withrow, Brian Cusik. and Jeff Belden. (back) Brad Ward. Reese Brown. Mike Stump. and Mike Snow ireg Wilson. David Edson. and Jeff Belden await ttieir turn at bat. J.C. Shook stays In front of the ball. Tracksters Compete For The Gold One of the biggest obstacles facing the Mulvane hoys and girls track teams this year proved to be the wealh er. which more closely resembled a monsoon rainy sea- son than sunny springtime. Despite a lack of coopera tlon from Mother Nature, the teams worked many hours in practice, which later paid off at the many meets where Ihey faced some very tough teams in competition for the gold. David Hooten crosses the finish line. Daren Vohe flies over the hurdles. Boys Track (from left front Row) Jerry Mann. Greg Sisco. Matts Limnefell. Dilan Johns. Daren Vohe. Ed Dunn, and Coach Bill W. Brown. (Middle) Coach Marvin Jelinek. Rolf Cooke. Delbert Lowe. Devin Barger. Trent Ramsey. Robert Dunlap. and Thomas Hull. (Back) Shannon Clark. Troy Walker. Aaron Huslig. Terry Rose. Mike Rogers. David Hooten. and George Cash. Girls Track (from loll. Olll) Slcplionic Miles, DanI Henderson, Lisa Young, Connie Junious, Stephanie Smith, (Middlci Daria Reekie. Shell Ouggisberg. Tammy Showalter. Kathy Brown. Jan Terry, and Diane Brown. (Back) Michelle Mize. Lori Cox. Becky Bozone. Lisa Shoup. Jeannie Hancock, and Debbie Vohe. m Jj 1 .: 4 A " Bm I WB i -. . w i 1 ■i«-:g| s KM . uadniiiiiVk BHiik HH h Bl nJ HH " 4Vpi iwy ' B H 1 95 . Athletic Banquet Draws Large Crowd 0 The Class Of 1984! from left (front row): Rocky Anderson. Mark Hamilton. Rick Hancock. Kyle Couch. J.C. Shook, Mats Limnefelt. Ron Picknik. (second row): Kristel Engstrand, Roberta Martlens. Tawnya Infinger, Diane Mohney. Carolyn Burris, Sherryl Cochran, Tammy Sullivan. Julie Schmidt, (third row): Steve Bradshaw. Jake Bowhan. Todd Travis, Kevin Hoover. Lonnie McCosh. Tim Powell. Ronnie Rabe. (fourth row). Lisa Shoup. Candy Milliren. Tracy Schild. Nova Cane. Kathy Sears. Julie Covington. from left (front row): Kathy Howard. Lanette Casey. Paul Terrel, Steve Nicholson. Ron Silvey. Tommy Luckner. Bruce Cardwell. Frankie Schmidt. Kevin Moyers. (secondrow): Teddi Farrington. Monica Pudden. Mary Powell, Tammy Slater. Theresa Poteete. Debbie Plain. Pam Newell. Traci Lawless. Shelly Miller. Cathy West, (third row): Lis»Swayne. Debbie Mclntyre, Mike Rayl. Time Weide. Scott Erickson. Pat McElravy. Kevin Bell. Kevin Diefenbach. Darrin Bachman. Diane Alumbaugh. Go For More ' 84! from left (front row)= Bernie Ceding, Pat Sellers. Brad Bobbitt. Mike McCurdy, Brian Alquest, Monte Wilcox, (second row); Dawn Simpson, Lona Mcintosh, Vicki Mcintosh, Kathy Wohlford, Maria Bruendl, Jeanette Wegner, Laura Pickens, Sheila Jameson, Sheryl VanDorn, Cheryl High, Terri Elliott, (third row): Jeff Jones, Frank Diss, Lance Kissinger, Allen Teetzel, Kurtis Westfall, David DeBacker. (fourth row): Cathy Reese, Jenn Graber, Hollie Tackett, Patty Grieve, Teri Turkle, Penny Dull, Becky Bozone. from left (front row): Leah Canady, Diane Brown, Judy Crow, Cheri Hiebert, Michelle Chambers, Michelle Butler, Michelle Zimmerman. Debbie Murphy, (second row): Pat Pulis, Ed Dunn, Brad Edwards, Clint Young, Pete Goforth, Brent Bohanan. (third row): Tracey Elliott, Shelly Seimears, Stacy Iverson, Jill Arnold, Diana Bleam, Caria Myers, Kris Fuller, (fourth row): Terry Reusser, David Hall, Rick Starbird, Daren Yohe, Shawn LaRock. Greg Williams. Lions Club Scholarship Academic Scholarships Awards Assembly Makes Seniors Proud Athlete Scholar Awards Music Awards BPW Scholarships Sparky Russell Scholarship 101 Three friends having fun on skip day! ■ " J5sH « ... ?l Jl WR- ' H i S Ip ,. -. ' ..ZM ' ■ ' " " ' ■ -■ -- ' : - " v. «$ t i- " • . . ' ■ ' .t ,-, - - ■•i:: :v- . ».,, ' ' ,.■ - ■ We ' ve Got Junior-Senior I Prom Rovallv v Arlyn Wing demonstrates his version of breakdancing while the rest of the crowd gives him their support. 104 Tonight Prom 1984 The fog machine added a romantic touch as couples swayed to the musn Sophomore servers Back row (from left). Trent Ramsey. Mike Stump. Wes Moore. Mike Belew. and Mike Snow. Front row (from left) Joey Cartwnght. Daria Timmons. Lee Ann tddingfield. Sonia Mctlroy. Dawn Elliott, and Brenda Bohanan A romantic silhouette done by the juniors in the art department as a backdrop for prom 10S N.msas Attomes Gene ' Ai Robert T Stepfian a ants Kansans to reaice stifter :x natties have t een enacted to comt»at the destnjction caused by dmnK dnvers VOu S.IOiJid Knovk ' Re ' usa ' to co " - ' oK wt an otttcer s reasv- .... . ■, j . g breaf ' be ' oss of your license O ' W ol. " uive been arrested and charged Mth dnvirtg under the mftuervce tf e chafCK " ca ' ' o. ' be neduced It you are convicted ot dnving under the mfluervce. penalties are mandatory- Blood alcohol content ot 10 is considered iegall ' intoxicated, but you still can be prosecuted ior dnving under the influence witti a lower Wood alcohol content ;a --J ' i (Front row) S. Kessler. L. Rayl. T. Van Buskirk, M Belew. T. Brown. T. Ramsey. (Middle) S. Sutton. M Brown. Mr. Fry. D. Elliott. L. Cole. (Back row) D. Crawford. K. Collier. K. Stewart. S. Guggisberg. L. Pierce. M. Storey. J. Conyac. T. Lowrance. L. Cox. M. Beehler. J. Ferguson. D. Timmons. and C. Tridle. THIRD HOUR SOPH ENGLISH Mr. Fry A truck load of macho! Pretty maidens all in a truck! 107 Wildcat Staff Makes Changes In ' 84 One of the most challenging activities involving students at Mulvane High School is the production of the yearbook, or annual. This years staff was very busy with all phases of producing the 1984 Wildcat, including assigning thousands of photographs to cover the myriad of ac- tivities that makeup the school year, writing copy, laying out pages, selling ad- vertising and yearbooks, and editing the eight sections which make up the book. The 1984 Wildcat staff members were Teri Turkle, Editor-, Kristel Engstrand, Ad- vertising Sales and Layouti Carolyn Bur- ris. Sports and Copy Editor; Pam Newell, School Life and Adsj Sheila Jameson, School Life and Faculty; Shelly Seimears, School Life and Classes; and Laura Pick- ens. Business Manager, Invaluable time and assistance was provided by Mr. Joe Johnson and photographers Theresa Po- teete and Stephanie Smith, and Mr. Kim Grant served as Yearbook Adviser and overall coordinator for the annual pro- ject. The staff also extends a heartfelt thanks to the student body and faculty, without which we wouldn ' t have a book packed with so many memories, and to Jostens representatives Frank and Kelly Wright, who ' s advice and patience was especially appreciated. Turlcle. Pickens, and Engstrand enroute to the Jostens Yearbook Workshop at WSU. Jameson % -j a d Teddl Farrlngton kristel Engstrand Gerard Spicer Angela Stout Joey Cartwright Tracey Elliott Dawn SiiTipson Theresa Poteete Charles Johnson Roberta Mart lens Michelle Zimmerman Debbie Mclntyre Bernie Ceding Lisa Swayne Shelly Sickman Mr. Grant Kayette Kapers Nerds Of A Feather Flock Together! Gorden Wayman and Devon Barger are " attentive " students. I9S4 Honieconiing candidates are Hildegard Hamhocker. Ura Hogg. All set (or prom! " Fast limes at Mulvane Higli " m SS WSKP ■8!t " ' tv ' ?!1 ' teit:ie=tt Resource Room (Left to Right) Aide Diane Mohney, Jenny Graber. Mike Terry. Eddie Allen. Lee Rader, Bobby Lowden. Michelle Farber. Tern Elstun. and Mrs. Sigg. RESOURCE ROOM Diane Mohney (Aide). Jenny Graber. Mike Terry, and Michelle Farber. Senior Aide Diane Mohney and Senior Jenny Graber. I I Juniors Mike Terry and Michelle Farber. 112 o I The love is endless The bond is strong. With a friend like that. You can ' t go wrong. Tern and I Both friends and sometimes foes. What we ' ll do next Nobody knows! The crazy times. The lows and highs. Our smiles and tears Over all the guys. Wherever we go There will always be. A seal of love Between Terri and me. 113 Lonny goes up for " the big slam. ' King and Queen Carolyn, Brad And David Brad is handsome too! 118 Handsome Prince David David at his best! The Life And Times Of Roberta And Kristel i m ' n 1 H l ISS RB M Pi5 ' 1 1 B;4; liH H KL. " ijii -«jwl R O N N I E cum Ch. SS R£G. LEilCUE I tHknP5 laiAltPS CH 6 R E 6 i ' -siviw rrmm 19 8 4 nCTIVITIES . JKLtXir.-JTZI : ' ?! . T t " • Crazy Classmates ' % rw " w nmRiB qanxnS " Hamburgers Salad Bar Charlies French Fries Ice Cream DAIRY KING " Home of the Charlie ' ' 777-1671 t 1 _. 1 m j B " " " ' »- LI Wi a ' V P ji M r m M ni ' ' i ' BPT v k.-k w k I V flair tfc , " " Miiii W ' _J!P M_ HR F . XhM T pHj l HC BJ l - Maria Bruendl Tawnya Infinger Teresa Graybeal Tawyna Infinger and Maria Bruendl model Dairy King uniforms. OTHER EMPLOYEES Jeff Powell Wendy Wayman Joanne Pounds Kristie Ashlock Lanette Casey Brian Nulik Wes Moore discount food store The Best Food Store In Town 1203 N. 2nd- Mulvane ' i__ -r_-„Tj. ' -l. ' THE MULVANE NEWS ' A Hometown Newspaper ' s " V d J- xO INN-OUT .« SELF SERV K-15 At Rock Road Open 24 Hours Drinks Half-Price After Home Games • Fresh Deli • Fountain Mulvane. KS. • Video Games • Groceries a " ,0 VIDEO FEVER ML.. Burgers-Fries-Ice Cream Family Fun At Its Best 1002 N. 2ND STREET COOP MULVANEPECK COOP UNION Complete Farm Service— Petroleum Supplies 777-1121 —773-1161 OUERNIGHT PRINTING IN BY 4 P.M. OUT BY 8 A.M. THE FOLLOWING MORNING (CAMERA READV COPY • ON PAPER IIS) STOCKi BOND PAPER COPYING WHILE YOU WAIT (CAMERA READY COPY • ON PAPER IN STOCK) WEEKEND PRINTING IN BY 4 P M FRIDAY OUT BY 8 AM MONDAY (CAMERA READV COPY • ON PAPER IN STOCKI QUICK PRINTING WHILE YOU WAIT (CAMERA READV COPY • ON PAPER iN STOCKi lik- i_::-...irti " l ' !Ijii MULVANE PHARMACY 104 E. Main MON.-FRI. 8AM-8PM SAT. - 8AM-5PM 777-1601 I KIMBLE ' S KOUNTRY KITCHEN Mon.-Thurs. 6-8 Fri.-Sat. 6-9 Sun. 6-8 SAV-A-TRIP We Back The Cats! HEE R SCHE Hondamotive vfmv vmmmmmfm W " El fs rs »f ?f53 Body,Shop Filler MULVANET Full Service Body Shop 24 Hour Tow Service Stewart S Debbie Heersche Owners 106 S. 1st Mulvane 777-OD3 LOVE ' S MULVANE 613 N. Second Monday-Saturday m. to 11 p.m. Sunday Open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. FAMILY CARE CENTER LARRY R. ANDERSON, M.D. JOEL T. WEIGAND, M.D. CLAY SHAW, P.A. lis E. MAIN MULVANE, KS 67110 Hours: 9-0 1-5 M-F Phone, 777-0106 After Hrs. 364-061 Good Luck To The Graduates From DR. PORTER 7771362 114 W. Main ROBERT ' S RECREATION 108 N. Second Ph. 777-9953 ENGALLS ELECTRIC 104 West Main Mulvane Ph. 777-1571 MICHAEL A. PAVLICK. D.D.S. Office Hours By Appointment 114 East Main Mulvane, KS Ph, 777-0103 if j m 1 1 r- — ■ - HESILVERING ANTIQUE MIRRORS MIRRORS • TABLE TOPS • WINDOW GLASS REPLACEMENTS LIGHT COMMERCIAL CENTRAL GLASS MIRROR CO.JNC. DR. AND MRS. LESLIE COBB Congratulations Kyle! LA PETITE Salon 106 E. Main Mulvane, KS Syf Look out. the hair experts are at worki ■.,.r: m -•s . « k M L to R Ronnie Rabe, Steve Nicholson. Rocky Anderson. Rick Slarbird. and Mark Hamilton. La Petite Salon Has Been Serving Mulvane For Ten Years. They Serve Men And Women With Facials, Mani- cures. And Haircuts. Dean Hamilton Is The Owner Of La Petite. She Wishes To Congratulate Seniors Mark Hamilton (Her Son), And Ronnie Rabe. MULVANE TRASH SERVICE " Your Trash Is Our Business ' Jerry S Georgia Engstrand Mulvane State Bank SINCE 1886 Regular Lobby Hours Are: Monday Through Thursday, 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. until noon Drive-In Hours Are: Monday Throup;h Friday, 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday, 8 a.m. until noon MEMBER FDIC 122 West Main - Mulvane Kansas 67110 Telephone |316| 777-1171 JD liL. BRANINE CHEVROLET 1014 N. 2nd 777-1191 III — KF rr IVISIIORll ' Am. Tm M iMfi M3m M ' ? ' . Mjm M E.V " i " Best Eatin ' All Around ' ! Wc use only StcUcn ' s clui y prcxKicts. Hardeer Derby, Kansas 788-0351 Etainc and Jerry Laylon DERBY FLORAL AND GIFT SHOPPE 401 North Baltimore Derby, Kansas 67037 PHONE 788-2861 WESIERNAUTO Associate Store Home Owned Eddy Pfingston, Owner 110 West Main Muhane,Ks.67110 7771591 Hunting Fishing Licenses Sold Here » 3 ■M. wamA-a Congratulations Students! THE COLOR PORT .-«i%_ Shinyl Vinyl and Carpets by (jongoleum 146 ROWAN ' S FLOWER SHOP Has It All! Daily Deliveries Belle Plaine Derby Haysville Rose Hill Udall Wichita Serving Mulvane Over 25 Years! 9:00-5:00 Mon,-Fri. 9:00-5:00 Sat. Closed Sunday 777-1091 Located At 109 W. Mulvane wi: I AL BETTY ' S OUR SPECIALTY IS GOOD FOOD AT HEASOHABLE PRICES . .. mAMImMMI Serving Mulvane for II years, Al Betty ' s Restaurant has helped the community by serving such noted groups as Optimist International. Junior Optimists, Lions International, and the Chamber of Commerce. They also help the community b y hiring Mulvane youth as waitresses and dishwashers. Their specialty is good food at reasonable prices. • • prrtmtidic the restaurant Reservations suggested 777-0654 Downtown Mulvane the best restaurant in Wichita is in Mulvane 149 MULVANE STANDARD 201 W. Second 777-1621 QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL AUTHORIZED STATION Best Service In Town! goodZ- ear WELLS BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 207 W. Main Ph. 777-4322 D S M BARBER SHOP 714 N. Baltimore Derby, KS Ph. 788-9149 1215 N. ROCK ROAD MULVANE, KS PH. 777-0731 •Hut MS M HARDWARE ) Paint Hardware Lawnmower Repair Chainsaw Repair Store Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturdays 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 115 West Main 777-1901 VISA ' master charge 6Kopp€n MULVANE RADIO TV, INC fg lfft Your Radio Shack Dealer 205 W. Main, Mulvane DON PERSELS Phone 777-1041 PAPENHAUS OIL CO. Gasoline — Oil — Grease — Accessorie Tires — Batteries — Station Tank Wagon Service Tune-Ups 211 S First R.K. THOMASON, D.D.S. Telephone 777-1151 1210 N. ROCK ROAD MULVANE, KANSAS 67110 MULVANE FINA 501 N. 2nd Av. Ph. 777-0943 Complete Dry Cleaning Service And Alterations COMMUNITY CLEANERS John Grosser 102 South 1st Mulvane. KS 67110 Ph. 777-0381 League Bowling Open Bowling CHARLES REALTY, Inc. " over 34 years of service " Wildcats No. 1 DERBY BOWL ' Tamily Entertainment 444 S. Baltimore Ph. 777-1126 Multiple fHf S l- ' Si ' ng I -1S Rock Road Plaza Service Mulvane m REALTOR ' f Special Attention Given to School and Church Parties 788-0263 788-1546 ■ ne MHW w i ' v- JJ 1- Sr L. rTr M ' -.Mf- ' shirls Joe Fairchild 1512 Rockwood Blvd. Mulvane. KS. 67110 316-777-0390 l 154 if IVERSON S WESTFALL PLUMBING Rose Hill, Kansas The Last Hurrah! 1 m[ NOBEL PRIZE — The 1983 Nobel Peace Prize was won by Polish labor leader Lech Walesa, who was prevented from leaving Poland to accept the award personally His wife and son accepted it for him in Oslo. Norway MONEY MACHINES — Banking continued to change as more and more people began to use automatic tellers to handle their financial transactions TOP ENTERTAINER — Videos " Beat It " and " Say Say Say " along with the year ' s 1 LP and movie short " Thnller, " confirmed Michael Jackson as 83 ' s top entertainer BEIRUT BOMBING — On October 23, the U.S. Manne headquarters at Beirut International Airport was leveled by a truck bomb, killing 218 Marines APWIDE WORLD PHOTO K SPACE FIRST - Guion S Bluford Jr became the first black in space with his flight aboard the Challenger in September. RIDE. SALLY, RIDE — The first five-member crew of the space shuttle Challenger included Sally Ride, first woman in space, John M Fabian, Commander Robert Crippen, Norman Thagard, and Frederick Hauck. MEN OF THE YEAR — President Ronald Reagan and Soviet Leader Yuri Andropov were named Time ' s Men of the Year. Andropov died in February, after being absent from tfie public eye for several montfis. SHAPING UP — Actress Jane Fonda promoted the videotaped version of her popular exercise program. Aerobics and working out became a part of even more Americans ' lives. MOST VALUABLE — Baltimore Orioles catcher Rick Dempsey hugged pitcher Scott McGregor after the Orioles beat the Philadelphia Phillies to win the 1983 World Series. BREAK DANCING — The popularity of break dancing, and a related dance form called popping, grew among those interested in new ways to strut their stuff. BOWIE ' S BACK — After a five-year layoff, rock star David Bowie resurfaced with tours in Europe and the U.S. two films, an album, and video. KOREAN FLIGHT 007 — A Korean jumbo passenger jet was shot down by the Soviets after it strayed into Soviet airspace. All 269 people aboard were killed. I ' - V " V- "

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