Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

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!! sf-. ' }}■ yyy (Yl. 1 . 5. Lb rcir J if ,•!■ USA FOR AFRICA — 45 American recording artists joined together to record " We Are The World " and raise millions for hunger relief in Africa. Latpr in the year, the two-continent Live Aid concert raised more than S70 After nearly two years, restoration of the Statue of Liberty •93 completed Rededication was scheduled for July, 1986. t-lEFRlGERATOR — 302 lb rookie WBIiam " The Refrigerator " Perry helped lead the Chicago Bears to a Super Bowl win. T.V. FASHION — " Miami Vice " was tops in T.V. and in fashion trend- setting. Stars Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas popularized casual but dressy styles in pastel colors. JAL CRASH — A Japan Air Lines plane crashed into a remote mountainside, killing a record 520 peoole 1 385 was the worst year in-; " ■istory for air fatalities. SUMMIT — President Reagan met wim soviet leader Mikhail G -- in Geneva, Switzerland. SLIDE — The Red Cross joined the rescue effort in Colombia after -■o del Ruiz volcano erupted, causing a mud slide that killed 20,000, _0 SERIES — Bret Saberhagen led the Kansas City Royals to in the World Series. Saberhagen pitched a five hitter and was :d MVP for the Series. vERSARY — Ceremonies at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, and a veteran march in New York City commemorated the 1 0-year arsary of U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam. mmmmmmm CHALLENGE ' r — me space shiStfeCfianenQer exploded minutes after takeoff Jan. 28. 1986. All seven crew members died, including teacher Christa McAulifte, chosen to be the first civilian in space. REAGAN — President Reagan, with his wife Nancy, gave the A-okay sign from his hospital window after undergoing surgery tc remove a cancerous tumor. FAREWELL — Several great stars of stage and screen died during 1985. among them Orson Welles, 70: Rock Hudson. 59: and Yul Brynner, 65. MULVANE HS MEDIA CENTER 1900 N. Rock Rd. Mulvane, Kansas 67110 Z ' TAff- Kevin Collier Daria Timmons I Toni Lowrance James Springer Levon Cole Jerry Mann Jan Terry Melinda Storey Sonja McElroy Joey Cartwright Andy Jacques Curt Swayne EzT BLE OF CONTENTS Activities Clubs Sports Bruce tdward Allen Jeffrey D. Belden Melissa Anne Alumbaugh Anihony Ray Arroyo hoolball homecoming queen Joey Cartwriglil is escorted by Mike Snow vvitfi Cara Fairchid and Tony Kalzenmeier assisting. i ■ f sl .l-Mfi Michael Shawn Barnes Michael Shane Belew Ernest Dale Bleam. Jr. Brenda Jo Bohanan Shern Lynn Bowen Stacy Sue Brilt Carol Kathleen Brown Geoffrov loo Rurris Marsha Ann Brown William Reese Brown (-hnsta Diane Burknead Jon Scott Butler i aiTieron Canton Cambell Joey Rao Cartwright David LeRoy Cash ( 1 1 f jnHK»T.-T - Rolf Edwin Cooke Levon Pauline Cole Ronald Kevin Collier Thomas fcdward Coppola Robert Dale Cowden Jr. Jan Renee Conyac r ' .-r.- Lorette Christine Cox Senior From lifting to laughing to studying to just sharing with one another, the class of " 86 " had it all. We shared the highs and lows life offered us and came out of our senior year closer than ever. II II ifAur Snaps r s Pavid Wayne .rawtord Joseph Brian Cusick Kirk tnn Daniels Joel Pavid Pe Haven Jamie Mane Pir Rick Sean Diss Robert Bradford Punlap Leeann tddingfield Pawn Mane Elliott Roland Pwayne Pavis Tiane Nichollo Possev Ricky tarl bills , Mary Ann )-agan Lindy Sue Fellers James David Ferguson Pavid Brain Foxworthy Laurel Lee Goatee Michelle Lynn Guggisberg Steven Douglas Haws Aubrey Jay Hill Thomas Edward Hull Todd Alan Johnson Shelia Ann kessler hrani Peter korslen Pwayne Freeman Lancaster Dustin Douglas Heath Kevin Shawn KastI Richard Joseph Lanzrath trie Francis LaRock Tom Deanne Lowrance Sheila Rae Mehlandt Jerry Dean Mann r .- - Kurt Hcmnch Martiens i hristophor William May Sonia Mane Mcblroy Russell Wayne Means Le Anne Dawnell Murray Gregory Scott Mills. Jr Michelle Dawn Miie Stephanie Ann Niles Kevin Lee Owens Rona Lynn Mead Wesley Wayne Moore Kellv Kencc Pici 10 Damn Gene Ptingsten Ahsa Michele Pnckelt James Lee Rader Pamela Jean Rahmer Trent Andrew Ramsey Linda Jean Rayl Pavid Edward Rennick Collen Roeder Rodney Lee Schlick Christopher Glen Schmidt Michael Lee Schmidt Michael Sean Shook Tammy Jo Showalter Michelle Leigh Sickmann n James and Kevin return from Hawaii (j0ne My I was suspended for " birdwalching " Another one of Mr Grants tilnisirips " Hulkniania " strikes MHS Seniors Our Senior l ear School Day Memories As we reach out our hand The diploma we grasp. While we think of the memories of the years in the past. Tears fill our eyes Because its all gone, We ' re starting a new life, We have to move on. We hope friends will keep in touch As the years pass us by. Although it hurts inside We ' ll try not to cry. We think of kindergarten And our first day. Now we ' ve reached the end We ' re going our own way. How do you say good-bye To friends who mean so much? Will there be time. To sincerely keep in touch? You ' ll always have the memories Of your school years from Day one. Don ' t think of school as ending — — Think of a new life begun. Senior cats standing tall after victory num ber 10 in a row. SSJ ]OKS 13 Gregory Alan Sisco Carol Ann Sniolinski Mich; lel Doug las Snow 5 ? ' ' 1 H 1 H m " iC hKvjjk m ! Patrick Wesley Spoonhour James Wesley Springer Kristy Lynn Stewart Melind.i I oe Storey Shirlev Ann Stout Michael Loyd Stump Shellee Renee Sutton Bruce Theodore Sweet III Darla Suzanne Timmons n M Br j . mj. • r r ' - 14 Christopher John Tridle Satoini Tsuchiya Trena Sue VanBuskirk Denise Arlene Van Dorn Alicia Sue VanZani lichael Anthony Weingariner Tamera Rene Vest mm Bradley Leon Ward Tammy Lynn Welch Susan Mane Wilhams John Thomas Weaver. Jr Kris Warren Withrow Debra Lynn Yohe Jannifer Sue Terry Birgit Urstad 15 DJV O ' DJV All those busy seniors, looking ahead lo Graduation. Mr. Mize and Mr. Guggisberg wait lor their dales (below) Yes. We see you still have your tonsils. Todd, (bottom left) Tom busily catches up on her world problems. (Top left) Mrs K ' rrell obviously camera shy. (middle bottom) Mike Shook points out one of the more interesting MHS sights, (lower left corner) Mike Belew demonstrates the " no pain, no gam theory, (lower right corner) Mary Pagan. A NUN! (middle left) KastI and Owens busily practice for modeling school, (below) jCOOkm AMSAD 16 Adams. Cindy Ake. Leonard Arnett. Debbie Baer. Ken Bariholomew. John Bradlield. Christopher i Belcher. Shelly Belew. Stephanie Brown. Robby L-i :jhki Brown. Shelly Burchardt. Valley Burrell. Kim Butts. Bryson Cane. Chris Caywood. Chris Clark. Kendra Clubb. Kelly Col eman. Tammy kHiymK i ' L 17 Coppenbarger. Kim Crawford. Donald Crow, kay Crum. Brian Pavis. Rhonda Pearwesler. Shelly DeCou. Jon Egger. Michelle Factor. Michelle fanning. Mike Fessler. Michelle hinchani. Healh hossey. Scolt Fox. Todd Fuller. Brenda Oarrison, Jill Oerdes. Tanya Gilbreath. Lisa Giles. Melanie Gonzales. Sonya Graybeal. Lyle Haas. Tammy Fleird. Sheryl Held, tric Hicks. Curtis LAli h. kAii Himes. James Hodges. Lora Houser. Jeff Hovorak. Paul W WW 18 ym w ' a Hikii...aL 1 tM Moving. Tasha Hubbard, Jody Humboll. Lisa Intinger, kimberly Jacques, Andy Jones. Brian Jones. Sara Jones. Traci June. Matt Kautlman. Brenda Kendall. Roger Lankard. Greg Lawrence. Lori Laymon. Pal LeClair. Morgan Maltbie. Patrick Martin. Shane McBee. Jody Meek. Mark Middendorf. Anthony Milingo. Jackie Milliren. kim Mobley. Clint Myears. Ann Nicholson. Sue Nulik. Lisa Pack. Lisa Palmer. C ete Picknell. Glenda Plain. Leonard L. V 19 Robinson. Stacy Roby. Angela Schaul. Kelly Schild. Amy Scot!. Bob Simon. LeeSchelle Smgleterry. Brad Sisney. Kevin Sizemore. Chanda Steadman. Kyle Standley. Philippa Stegner. Mary Swayne. Andrew Swayne. Curt Tacketl. James Terry. Jeff Terry. Pavid Titus. Robert Thomason. Lara Unruh, Brian Whitmer. Rob Wickman. Pana Williams. Jeff Wilson. Mark Voung. Jarrod Wd! k y y liil kdj 20 Class Of 87 The thrill of Victory. The agony of Defeat. 21 Alexander. Pammon Baker. Laun Baker. Stacy Belden. Jason Bell. James Boiinger. Mickey Bozone, Pamela Britt. Shelly Brougher. Micheal Brown. Becky | Bruendl. Wade jf; Burdick. Jill Burkhead. Bryon Butcher, Toby Caldwell, Cate Ik Call, Tracy Canady. Aaorn Carroll. Jeff 22 Carroll. Shauna Clard. Parrell Cleverdon. Kay Coleman. Gary Cook, kim lr. k ML. Cooke. Dwighl H Coppola. Chris . f Corneio. Shay Cowden. Sandy Cunningham. Brian k Mtoiidl Nitt. Mi Pale. Kevin Deloney. Michelle Pietrich. Marty Ponaldson. Heather Pykens. Andrea r f 1 Edson. Paria J • ' i Ferguson. Stacy m i Gillispie. Laurie ' jB I p Goforth. Tracy i Graber. Stephanie Griffin. Steve Gulick. Roger Haggard. Shelby Harvey. Lyie Hayes, Craig Hazen. Brit H einrechs. Scott Higgins. Andrea jenscheidl. Jeremy Hunter. Amy r-i i- ' h 23 Huslig. Valerie Hyson. Shelly Jackson, kris Jansson. Conrad Johnston. Jeremy Jones. Jessica Kessler. Penny King. Michelle Lancaster. Christine Larson. Mark Lashbrook. Rachell LeClair. Dan LeClair. Deanna Lewman. Dawn Lockwood. Pat Love. Shelly Lucas. Jeff McDaniel. Joe McPherson. Kelly Massie. Shelly Mauney. Gayra Mayo. Mike Meek. Jennifer Millerskow. Kim Mendoza, Shelly Moeller. Tina Morison. Sue Morris. David Noce. Daniel Norden. Russell 24 w u ' i. V V 1 Palmer. Gary Parkey. Randal Pickering. BrenI Parks. Janelle Persels. Melissa Poylon. Karen Phillips. Jenifer Prickeii. Kim R.imsey. Tara Reddick. Stephanie Rookie. Rhonda Richmond. Judy Robertson. Brit Robinson. Pain Sackett. Susan Sanchez. Stacie Sanner. Beth Saxton. Kathy Scheffe. Jola Schmidt, Brian Sloan. Trudy Smith. Kara Smith. Stacy Springer. Justin Springer. Mike Standley. Phillip Storey. Pan Slull. Sandy Sudderth. Sandy Sweet. Soma 25 Tackelt. Leslie Taylor. Kiiii Thomas. Todd Valdez. Anthony Williams. Sherry Wing. Albert Woody. Dody Workman. Colin Young. Trux Class Of $8 26 I Who said that? Guarded thoughts. Hl " l IIP The library, a place to study, to share a story; or just to loose our- selves in thought. We could escape the noise and pressures of everyday school life if only for a brief mo- ment. The library, a place to go to reflect. Are you sure that equals two? 27 % l J- ' 5 P W f v i e Mt KIk; r e HtV k BP t Hi Moin! Yes. I picked it oul myself. M.H.S. students enjoy the opportuni- ties spirit week offers. They took an ac- tive part in spirit week or sat back and looked on in disbelief. No. I do nol know them. 28 " " - ' " ;-;- f A . ,.. i fa A; (: Z fe Sighty-Jive 29 I . ' . • --• y V ■ r A .v« 30 r.»» «» . ' J 31 A C, ( ..V 1 •;» | tf 32 n ■ 33 34 35 M r « X - llL ' tm ik I " -A iii 1 i) M - 36 WE ' VE GOT YOUR LEGS RIGHT HERE! " IS r, K 37 WHATTA YA LOOKIN ' AT?1 38 The nineteen eighty-five school year started off with two new faces in the front office at Mulvane High School. Dennis Stout was replaced as Principal by Duane Millerskow and Mrs. Sharon Westfall was re- placed by Candi Kerimsky. The new staff members quickly fell into place and survived!!! ejJ DJ kSKJMSk secKSZAKy MOMmszKAzjoj Am owes SZA 7 1985-86 The " old timers " Sue Baumgartner and Jerry Nelson were back for the eighty-five and eighty-six school year. Mrs. Baumgartners smil- ing face was always there in the mornings and with her guidance Candi survived the endless teasing administered by the faculty. As usual Mr. Nelson was a joy to see (unless you were a student who was in trouble) and with his sense of humor (dry). There certainly were times when things were very interesting. The rumors about Mr. Nel- son running over King Ding Dong are totally exagerated and should be disreguarded. sue t AUMOAKZMK assjszamz pkjmjpaj: 39 Mr. Millerskow enjoys the food, the decorations, and the students, at his first M.H.S. prom. The facilities at Cessna Activity Center offered plenty of room for students to dance sit and eat or just do as Mr. Millerskow in this picture, talk. Mr. Nelson (above) seems to be surprised or else he was eating something no one was supposed to see him eating. Candi (side) looks around for a friendly smile at the photographer. She was not always this friendly she did have some bad days! 40 SZUeO 7986 SlUCO Members from left (troni ro ) k. Caldwell. J. Meek. S. Ferguson. A Swayne. J. Belden. k. Steadman. S Ouigley.S. Robinson. R. Whilmer. K. Owens. L. Nulik. T. Haas. T. Gerdes. T. Plotts, J. Lucas. L. Tackett. M. Fagan. (second row) L. Graybeal. T. Fox. M. LeClair. J. DeHaven. M. Snow. M. Belew. S. McElroy. K. Wilhrow. M. Mize, L. Cox. B. Ward. S. Cornejo. J. McDaniel, B. Robertson szueo s o X s 9 e J u e z e J n V s e President Michelle Mize. Secretary Susie Ouigley. Vice President Joel PeHaven. Treasurer Mogan LeClair Senior M b t ' s From left (front row) M. Fagan. J Belden. M. Belew. k. Wilhrow. (back row) J PeHaven. B. Ward, S Mcfclroy. L cox. M Mize. M. Snow, k. Owens Sophomore Members From left S. Corne|0. L. Tacketl. S. Ferguson. J. Lucas. B. Robertson, k. Caldwell. J. Meek. J. McDan(el 42 :,■■■ vj W ' j K ■ 2 J i " Z m ■ 1 V J i Ni HVJ wL] ML ' I P H j ' H Bw - j %, i i k .. ' ■r«s -i . szueo MOjCDS sceezjoj s 43 44 Qet this person away from me! 45 46 t 4« njcc mowj nszzy nunu MsamA ' DOUQCASS nmC dAMCMJCD makqs jskkscc ioh 7Ky 49 No Photo Available CMUCk QCASSK MAK0S QOSKJm X M QKAJ Z MSmA HSAKD »Ky MAKVJM eUMK T A VS OMJ SOJ OS OMJ SOM KMODA UOZM MAKjcyj csjs QAny acacM cmauss maso msq MCQKAMHAJ 50 No Photo Available - -» ■ e, (7 MSKKJZZ AjC MWCW zsD powens zoj y KSDmcK nevsuy KSjzsK nonscMKSjmn. vrnmu shav uju szwsoj ZSQSZM0J3 ()l ' :;;i!U ' i: PAZ ZHOMASO WSf SZSK MJ Cy XVJJ ZSKS 51 SupemtendeHt ' s Office Phyllis McQuire 52 Congratulations. SeniorsI I would like to express my sincere congratulations to the Mulvane High School graduating senior class of 1986. 1 would like to thank you for your many outstanding contributions to the Mulvane educational system through your school years, and to let you know that we have enjoyed having you as a student in USD 263. We would hope that your school years have been educationally profitable for you, and that you will reap the benefits of your knowledge as you go through life. We would hope that you do not let your search for knowledge end upon graduation from high school, but instead will continue your quest for learning all the years of your life. Learn- ing is a neverending process — from birth to death! Every new day is a chance for increased knowledge, whether it be college. the vocation by which you earn your living, or simply the learning processes required to exist and compete successfully in the task of everyday living In this complex modern society in which we now live. We would hope that you graduating seniors of 1986 will gladly accept the challenge of acquiring the knowledge that will enable you to success- fully accept your role as the leaders of to- morrow — and tomorrow will be upon you almost before you realize it. Look ahead with anticipation, and prepare yourself educa- tionally to seize opportunity when it knocks, and you will have a happy, successful, and full life. Good luck to each and every one of you in your future endeavorsi Dean Parks, Superintendent USD 263 Zerry Whithrow Bob Burdett Board Pres. SDUCAZJOJ Virginia Steadman Debra Kendrick David Yohe ' .JflPiJ-ftjP ' t ' PJJISJ! Terry Richardson Wayne Dale Garland Bell 53 Top (left to right)- Chris Tridle, Joel DeHaven. Brad Ward. Steve Haws. Tommy Weaver. James Ferguson. Middle- Mike Belew. Debbie Yohe. Michelle Mize. Lori Cox, Melinda Storey. Melinda Beehler. Bottom- Linda Rayl. Jan Conyac. Leeann Eddingfield, Mary Pagan. Sheila Mahlandt. Once again the National Hon- or Society had a successful year. NHS is an honorary club which stresses scholarship, character, service and leader- ship. This year the candlelight- ing installation ceremony was held in the commons and direct- ed by President Joel DeHaven. The Sponsor of NHS is Mr. Rob- ert Glaser 55 Top (left to right)- Jeff Williams. Lyle Graybeal. Amy Schild. Todd Fox. Kyle Steadman. Glenda Picknell. Stephanie Belew. Middle Phillipa Standley. LeeSchelle Simon. Melanie Giles. Claudia Ramming. Mike Fanning. Rhonda Davis. Bottom- Robby Whitmer, Lara Thomason. Pat Laymon, 56 njws SZAKDAKD 201 W. Second 777-1244 Hon-ie A Appi.,3nces 1425 Shelly Court 3 jCAKKV ' S Appliance we APPKscu ze youK zmsz f VISA i master charge 58 Zke Cooks Doris Earl Dorothy James Jan Hyson Floyd Reusser Janice Parkey o o Custodians Tom Rico Jim Slavens ZraHsportatioH ' Director c u e K 59 Migh-Q Kyle SteadmaH. Mrs. Jerrdi Scott 7ossey, Steve Maws. Zodd Joic. Zom Coppola. High Q had Mrs. Ferrell for a new sponsor in the nineteen eighty-five % eighty-six school year. Among the accomplishments for the team was a renewed interest after a brief period of non-interest and a competi- tion being held at Mulvane High School, a first. There was not a long string of victories but a renewed interest with bigger and better things to come in the nineteen eighty-six - eighty-seven school year. do re 60 61 Mr. Powers before KU game he ' s in one of his " Great MoodI " A i Band members walchmg KU game and trying to decide if It ' s raining!!! .1.i. Lets go. fight, win pep band!! 62 zm The 70 Member Pride Of Mulvane Flutes Front Row (L to R) L. Tackett. C. Burkhead. S. Smith, S. Sanchez. Back Row: B. Sanner, P. Rahmer, J. Terry, K. Jackson, S. Ferguson, D. Yohe, A. Prickett French Horns and Trombones: D. Noce. V. Huslig, S. Graber, J. Fer- guson, A. Valdez, K. Cleverdon, K. KastI, K. Steadman, S. Reddick 63 Clarinets Front Row (L to R) S. Mendoza. M. Beehler. T. Welch. Middle Row R Reekie. K Millerseow. B. Brown. S. Hyson, Back Row J. Parks, T. Jones. D. Van Doren, L. Gilbrealh. K. Taylor Saxes (L to R) c. Garwood, M. Fagan, S. Mahlandt, S. Sweet. Saxion, S. Heird. T. Plotts, K. Marllens Saxes 6 Basses: From Row (L toR)B. Ward, S. Brown. K. Infinger, A. Wing, Back Row B. Robertson, J Young, B. Sweet 64 A »:. l i - ' -m t wf! k " ItsSi Drums Front Row (L to R) C. Mobley. K. Owens. J. Williams. Middle Row W. Moore. A. Smilh. J. Meek. K. Baer. Back Row D. Rennick. R. Ellis. J. Beldon frumpets: From to Back (L to R) T. Fox. L. Graybeal. B. Unruh, J. Bartholomew. T. Ramsey. R. Norden. T. Thomas, K. Collier, T. Weaver, k. Daniels MmM. M ' mikMi m 66 67 ZMSSPUJ S 68 voeA£ Musje Concert Choir: From Left (front row) L. Thomason. A. Myears. L. Goatee. C. Ramming, C. Roeder, M. Giles, (middle row) A. Pruitt, A. Alexander, T. Vest, L. Gilbreath, R. Mead, T. Vanbuskirk, L. Cox, S. Guggisberg, S. Sutton, (back row) L. Rader, R. Means, S. Fossey, D. Alexander, E. Held, M. Snow, B. Unruh, J. Moses, M. Springer, D. Bleam. Mixed Ensemble: Front Left T. Vest, M. Beehler. D. Bleam. R. Mead. S. Sackett. E. Held. S. Fossey. L. Thomason. L. Gilbreath. J. Tackett, M. Giles, C. Roeder. 69 ?rom jCeft to KighU Zodd 7o)c. Stacey Kobbtscn, Kyle Stcadman. Zammy Mass. Junior Class Officers. Front Row (I to R) Tanya Gerdcs. Stacey Robinson, Lisa Nulik, Tammy Hass. Second Row Terry Plotts. kyle Sleadrnan. Andrew Swayne. Rob Whitmer. Todd Fox. Third Row Mrs. Thomason. Mrs. Reiter. Mr. Canfield 70 (l lo R) M Belew. K DanKta. C Sxaync. J WitianK. S Dm. R Cooke. L Simon. K Wiihrow. I Grayb«al. J Mann. J Houwr. W Moore. N Hamillon. M LeClair. A Soayne. D Cash The Mulvane Cross-Country team had a very successful season this year. They finished no worse than fourth in every meet this season with the exception of Wellington. Some bright spots in the season came when the team finish ed first in the Berean Academy Invitational Meet and every person on the team received a medal. The Cats barely missed qualifying for State by tying for third place in the Regional Meet, but losing out to Andover by only one point. However, Jerry Mann and Andrew Swayne did qualify for the State Meet individually where Mann finished 14th and Swayne finished 27th. - ; ' RECORD Clearwater Wellington 8th Chaparral 4th Augusta 3rd Berean Academy 1st Andover 3rd — • CTL League 3rd Regional 4th Team Standings not kept 71 SKKV MAMJ majc mamjjc zm Amnew swa vm V See My NIKES?! 72 Superstar Varsity Squad The Varsity cheerleaders started the year by attend- ing the NCA cheerleading camp at Fort Hays State University. They received the Award of Excellence, the Spirit Stick and the Spirit Award, which is cho- sen by the other squads at camp. This is the first year for the MHS cheerleaders to receive the title of the " Number One Squad! " CONGRATULATIONS GIRLSIIIIII football Cheerleaders Michelle Mize Darla Zimmons Scmja McSlroij Shelly Quggisberg Cisa J ulik Susie Quigleij A barrel! full of cute little monkeys! Varsity basketball Cheerleaders i ' 4ik x p _ ' MS4 74 ye M eitcerleaden m " M Vi I ' » ' »i ' J l ; ' ' Cheerleaders janelle Parks Cate Caldwell jeiiiiij Meek De Anita J eClalr Sliaiina Carroll Sltelln h ' ritt £ 75 76 77 yn Varsity Cheerleaders V I JSkSZBMX K a h I to R Jennifer Meek. Tara Ramsey. Shauna Carroll. Janelle Parks, kris Jackson. DeAnna LeClair. Shelly Brill. 78 A Mistorical year The 1985 Wildcat Volleyball Team finished out the season with a 34-9 record and only missed going into the state playoffs by one game which they lost to Andover. The team finished third in the CTL and Lori Cox and Kathy Saxton received All-League honors while Terri Plotts was named Honorable Mention All-League. This has been the best year that the Mul- vane High School volleyball team has had since 1975 when they took state. Rose Hill W Circle W Garden Plain w Conway Springs L Belle Plaine w Andale w Rose Hill w El Dorado w Belle Plaine L Douglass W Independence w Ark City w Maize w Augusta w Andale w Valley Center L Kingman w Goddard L Clearwater W Andale w Winfield w Andover L Augusta L Coffeyville W Collegiate w Rose Hill w Buhler L Andover w Belle Plaine w Douglass L Rose Hill W Maize W Andover L 1% ut ' - YH 79 Kathy Saxton finds another serve 80 Zermimtor Defense " s i MiM ikS ||||v. " - ' MINUTES IH ■■ SECONDS fcj — ■ r-. — t «cfi -asvarouA. ' S ' it ■■hw a ' ' . ' ■■ ■.-. ' ■ ■ f, . ij. ' " .V 81 Carefullllll now!! 82 W T Augusta 16 Valley Center Q 6 Buhler 29 Goddard 21 14 Ulysses 35 Andover 14 7 Clearwater 43 Wellington Q 7 Maize 26 7 Augusta 14 10 Clay Center 15 14 Norton 8 33 OT OT The 1985 Football team had an outstanding season with an III record. They captured the Chisolm Trail League Division I Championship along with the honor of becoming District Champions. They also gained the Regional Championship with a devastating 15-14 victory over the Clay Center Tigers. The only loss of the season came to the eventual State Champion Norton Bluejays. Six All-Conference selections came from the Wildcats and Mike Belew was named to the 4A All-State list while Mike Snow received honorable mention All-State. Coach Bowen and Mike Belew both have been chosen to participate In the 1986 Shrine Bowl Game due to their outstanding performances this season. Settlors HOME II VISITDRil I1iqown||tdigo |otr ■A 83 f C ' mon guys thai tickles 84 900ZMA£jC KOVMZV 85 Daria Timmons Queen Joey Cartwright Michelle Mize Now say that one more time? 86 The 1985-86 weightlifting classes are a combination of young men and women striving for physical excellence in both mind and body. Focusing on the chest, legs and back areas. Mr. Bowen the instructor (above) works with his stu- dents on a one on one basis, tracking their daily progress. Mr. Bowen is looking foreward to another great year of lifting. SDDJS Am ZODD S7 Tanning The OLDFASHIONED Way! " Packin ' up and headin ' for home. " ■ : Fergufon and Friend What are you looking at! " M (k H 88 89 H%o lt k VJk ' SJZV f ASkSZHAjCX w I d C a t s SWA MM KJSS MJQHn A,RSny RtiUi TS Opponeni Andale Goddard Maize Valley Center Maize Tournament Canton Galva- Maize Tournament Andale- Maize Tournament Buhler Wellington Homecoming Ark City Chaparral Tournament Chaparral Chaparral Tournament Kingman Chaparral Tournament Goddard Valley Center Augusta Andover Buhler Wellington Valley Center Clearwater Augusta Wellington Sub State Caney Valley Sub State Rose Hill Sub Stale lnal Goodland -lA Slate Tournament Total A verage Season Record-Won 13 Lost II We They 50 56 57 65 61 70 59 69 71 4i 56 53 67 77 49 41 83 -20.T.85 71 61 66 68 75 58 60 8i 59 58 63 47 59 66 49 45 57 51 55 61 67 65 71 59 68 53 57 -O.T.52 63 68 U93 1452 63J 60.5 sf jp ( oes ?0K ZWOni 91 Si aAA AAA " ;| from Row (L to R) J. Bartholomew (Manager). J. Williams. K. Kasil. C. Hicks. W. Moore. K. Sleadinan. S Corn|0. B Butts. E. Allen (Manager). Back Row: k. Grant. T Salte. P LeClair. A. Swayne. R. Brown. C Mason. M. Le Clair. L. Graybeal. T. Fox. D. Tegethoft. A Middendorf. WJKMJJ ( UPl -TT ._.|l « ' •J ft ' ' ' ' Vj ' " 1 1 III ' 1 92 Autographs I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I 93 Autographs 94 1( V w] PI I ».iW, J„ 7rom left (front ww) K. Prickett. K. Keekie. Z. ' Dossey. K. ' Davis. Z. Modler. (back row) Z. Plotts. Z. Maas. K. Sainton, jC. Co)c. S. Mahlandt, K. MiUcrskow. 95 THE LADIES RECORD 0pp. Andale 48 Valley Center 44 Nickerson 54 Pratt 44 Maize 5! Goddard 39 Buhler 54 Wellington 59 Goddard 21 Andover 39 Bishop Carroll 37 Clearwater 61 Valley Center 47 Augusta 48 Andover 36 Buhler 67 Wellington 57 Valley Center 51 Clearwater 60 Augusta 54 Wellington 56 96 Mi 111 97 1986 KOjCjC CAjCjC UKKO ' D youm MJCKsy noamsn QsonKsy miKKjs HSKKO ' D soKe; se; CUKZJS MKKS SMAy COKM O Kya SZSADMAJ MORQAJ CSCCAJn MJ S SZUMP WeS MOCKS KKJS WJZMKOW DAM CSCCAm nnjAM cusKK MJf S SMOCK Kssse MOWM KCU WMJZMSK MJAJ SCMMJDZ HSAT) COACH DAVe KAZZSJ MSJSK ASSZ. COACH DSMJ JS ZeQSZJiOJ? nAse 2k..A SZA CMAM 98 vejz UjCjC zs vjom KOUmJM ZH£ nASSS 4A SZAZe CMAMPS 99 MHS Opp 9 South 2 South 7 Nickerson 4 Nickerson II Rose Hill 13 Rose Hill 20 Wmfield 8 Valley Center S Valley Center 9 Campus 12 Campus 9 Augusta 4 Augusta II Goddard 2 Goddard 10 Winfield C 9 Valley Center 8 6 Augusta 5 9 Circle 7 Circle 3 4 Rose Hill 7 Burden 2 10 Augusta C 9 Baxter Springs c 8 Rossville c DjseussjM ' c is vjczony 101 c m. : 102 103 oys Zmck NBI (L to R) J. Decou. J. Carroll. J Mann. T. Salle. T. Ramsey. M. Belew. D. Palmer. G. Sisco. B. Brown. K Sisney. A. Swayne. B. Unruh. B. Hazen. M. Jehnek. B Bulls, k Baer. H. Fmchem. J. Belden. N . ZKACk Sej JOKS «A m The boys track team saw improvement from the beginning of the season to the end with the climax being the breaking of the school record in the mile relay at the regional and state meets. The relay team members were Mike Belew, Greg Sisco, Jeff Carroll and Andrew Swayne, setting the new school record with a time of 3:28.3. The members of this years track team qualified in several events which was a fitting end to an already great track season. i .taMuta 104 srjzs Michelle Mize!!! F. Row M. King. T. Sloan. K. Saxlon, T. Moller. J. Parks. T. Ramsey, K. Prickett. S. Haggard. S. Rowf S. Ouigley. T. Gerdes. T. Plotls. T. Hass. S. Jones. T. Dosey. M. Mize. t gflM 105 Zhe ' Juniors Worked Hard! ZrcHt Zravolta Date Von nethoven? Zhe Blues Brothers Song: Zkis Could Be Zke J ight Zkcmcz Big City J ights 107 PWM KOVAjCZV Zhe Mired Help Qett ' mg Jt Ml Zogether 108 usz zoooo eooa ■ i OJCVMPJC mVJM 109 5» ' " rf WAZSK nSAUZJSS no m AN ABC |KXVG ' I :cA (rDo (?-, , No (%e fil re.4 Chlmec) -The McK4.onTs SViU LJKo Co m m v-VVec) Af c) V Too Ha SR -Cvcve Up To 112 5CH001- LUNCH ■KOOAn visT3o77T3 Me LOKeiTN I -DoeS-nnorflrr, fcV: 19S5-S6 " 1 : - ' htAcrt. e-Hina Up ef Xsf TAink. iDoc f UJVvxt Skcic {JeVa r iiKim Mourff c (co- :j XT JUST UEMtU -y 7 ( Like Urv er First Row (L to R): Susan Williams, Jan Terry, Daria Timmons, Melinda Storey. Shellee Sutton, Satomi Tsuchya, Tammy Vest, Tammy Welch, Second Row: Pat Spoonhour, Denise Van Dorn, Debbie Yohe, Trena Vanbuskirk, Shirley Stout, Kristy Stewart, Alicia VanZant, Bruce Sweet. Third Row: Mike Wein- gartner, Brad Ward. Jerrod Sorensen, Tom Weaver, Cris Tridle, Mike Stump, Kris Withrow. 0KADUAZSS O? 1986 113 " v Front Row (L to R) Rick Lanzrath, Eric LaRock, Sherrie Kissinger. Mary Fagan, Sheila Mahlandt, Laurel Goatee, Tom Hull. Second Row; Leeann Eddingfleld. Toni Lowrance. Shelly Guggisberg. Dawn Elliot. Tiane Dossey. Cindy Fellers. Sheila Kessler. Mane Dir. Franz Korsten. Third Row: Dwayne Lancaster. Jerry Mann, kurt Martiens. Sean Diss. James Ferguson. Rick Ellis. Joel DeHaven. Fourth Row Kevin Kasll. Cris May. Aubrey Hill. David Foxworthy. Robert Dunlap. Steve Haws. Todd Johnson Optimist Club Scholarship kS.HSAA Citizenship Award 114 Front Row (L to R) Joey Cartwright, Chris Burkhead, Marsha Brown, Levon Cole, Melinda Beehler, Lori Cox, Jan Conyac, Sherri Bowen, Second Row: Mike Barnes, Ronald Davis, Rolf Cooke, Eddie Allen, Brian Cusick, Tom Coppola, Reese Brown, Third Row: Anthony Arroyo, Jeff Belden, Monty Becker, David Cash, Scott Butler, Dale Bleam, Cameron Cambell, Kevin Collier, Fourth Row: Stacy Britt, Kathy Brown, Geoffrey Burris. Mike Belew, Kirk Daniels, Melissa Alumbaugh, Brenda Bohanan. The Class Of ' 86 We ' ve passed the test And done our best. It ' s now the time To leave the nest And bid Farewell to old M.H.S. ZMS CAT)] QUADS 115 Front Row (L to R) Michelle Mize, Shelly Sickman, Carol Smolinski, Sonja McElroy. Kelly Pierce, Tammy Showalter, Alisa Prickett. Second Row: Scott Mills, Trent Ramsey, Kevin Owens, Wes Moore, Rona Mead, Stephanie Niles, Colleen Roeder. Third Row: Pam Rahmer, Linda Rayl, Russel Means, Leeanne Murry, Cristine Smith, Rod Schlick, Troy Snider. Fourth Row: Mike Snow, Mike Shook, Greg Sisko, David Rennick, Tor Salte, Michelle Rogers. MJSOMCJWJK ' Z) 116 12 year Students . , % P Z- , 4 ' i " ' Jfm 1 r 4 JMM ' J ii I Front Row (L to R) Melissa Alumbaugh, Tammy Vest, Linda Rayl, Marsha Brown, Sonja McElroy, Kathy Brown, Denise Van Dorn. Debbie Yohe, Jan Conyac, Tammy Showalter, Sheila Mahlandt, Alicia Vanzant, Second Row: Rick Ellis, Jeff Belden, Wes Moore, Robert Dunlap. Geoffrey Burris, Cris Tridle, Joel DeHaven, Toni Lowrance, Michelle Mize, Mary Pagan, Kristy Stewart, Third Row: Kirk Daniels, Bruce Sweet, Todd Johnson, Mike Shook, Trent Ramsey, Tom Hull, Anthony Arroyo, David Rennick, Trena Vanbuskirk, Shirley Stout. " J DAKS voir AWAKDS ZMS MJDmmOKd SCMOCAKSMJP 117 semoK AWAKDS ASSSM V SAai rj zokjajV i vajcsdjczokja: Z.HS SMJSjCD 07 SMSjCZSK AWAK ' D 118 iAuovs) sziwsj z coumc AU ' AKDS (m.HZ) SKJC AlVAJZS HJS AKZ AWAK ' D 119 120 121 V W - -S. ■ oz w - _ ._ _- _ : ■ ■ _ - _ ' • _ _ . 2p jy ii ■ " - . — — - m- — m - r -. --r- - — ■dX t - - • . TiSk- iPt i» ' iWr Hfc " J. ' jr? IT --::;= -T - rr = - - . - - •• cz: " . ' fm :-- " -_r:r 7.: 3-= =. - - =: . - -: 3- r r - : ; - - - - - - - ; - — m • ' ?= ■ ' = ' %r i« " iM f ' % s. ' ' ' C ' ar» ' S« -._-.. _ 3n_ t JtucT ...az • JJk ZdC -1J.C 3CL:= = . - Z ; 1 " - " T : - :: : T - : - 3- e r - £ !-■— T- .V jsia—i- . iK 8 T.—-;- •. ». :ACS—t—Lmttm .t, ■ ! Shellee Marsha Forever Friends A friend is a person In whom you can trust, To last the days From dawn to dusk. A friend is a person In whom you rely, And tell all your secrets Without one lie. A friend is forever And forever we will be. For I found in her What she found in me. By Shellee Sutton 124 125 r o M Congrats! Jrom Mom Sis ZOM W I SSP XHOUiSHZ! Senior ' 86 s A V s 126 127 The FFA is a national organization of students enrolled in vocational agriculture agribusiness in 50 states and Puerto Rico. Organized in November, 1928, the FFA is an integral part of the curriculum of vocational agriculture agribusiness departments in the public schools. All stu- dents in these programs are to receive instruction in personal leadership growth and develop- ment which can best be achieved through the FFA. MULVANE FFA 1985-86 Pres. Tom Hull, Vice Pres. Mike Barnes, Sect. Chanda Sizemore, Treasurer Rob Brown, Sentinal Brian Crum, Reporter Rolf Cooke, Becky Brown, Rob Brown, Gran- ville Burchardt. Toby Butcher, Chris Caywood, Craig Hayes, Aubrey Hill, Daryl James, Matt June, Mark Larsen, Chris May, Curtis Mead, Linda Ramsey, Kelly Schauf, Angie Schubert, Pat Spoonhour, Don Storey 128 129 130 Stacey % Traci .;.jakJl - Carpet Qlidden Paints Zkc Wallpaper Color Congoleum Port Ceramic Zile Counter Zops Sdwin S Mary Croft 507 yortli Second Jlutra w. Kansas 6: ' 110 Congratulations Zodd Pit. 777-1271 . ■ ' •■ ' - ' - 132 The ' KOWSK Ji Qjn SMOP 10 Plaza JCaiic Sast Mill vane. Kansas 67110 Pit, (316) 777-4719 UMKV CMS esj zsn JCarrij K. Anderson, Jl.D. :M r. IVcujard. M,D. Clay Shaiv, P. A. IIS S. Main A i id vane, Kansas c ' llO KOWAJ ' S UOWSK SMOP JCccaticn 10 ir. Ata n MuU ' anc, Kansas c ' lIC PM. 777-1091 133 DERBY BOWL 444 S. Mtimore Derby, Kansas 67037 788-0263 Derby IGA 222 6. Madison Derby, Kansas 67037 788-1581 Mulvane ( 220 Poplar Mulvane. Kansas 67110 777-1121 1215 JSI. Kock Road 777-1123 M k M mnDWAne 115 W. Main Muli ane, Kansas 67110 777-1901 Mulvane Tina S trader Oil Co. 301 . Second Muli ane, Kansas 67110 777-0943 L 1 ' 134 h:-. 4 ' i ■ ' ■: .liW %! HE ' JS P 135 OK CO. PHILLIPS The Home Of " Summit Tires " 211 S. 1st Mulvane, Ks. 67110 Phone 777-1071 COVS ' S MUCVAM Ph. 777-1108 S 613 N. 2nd Mulvane. Ks. 67110 Kyle Mellnda Sponsored By T r. And Mrs, Cobb KSt 123 W. Main shires plus-) Shirts Jackets PLUS Lots More 136 Girls Just Wanna Have Fun ii J137 iliTe W Q{ Zcrry Flossie KicliardsoH 1 o 4 M A J 7 7 7 1 6 SELF-SERV GAS_ IN-N-OUT Food Stores K-15 Kock Koaii Mulmie, Ks. 67110 777-0439 Derby Jbral 401 J Baltimore ' Derby. Kansas 67037 7SS-2861 Mulvane Police Station 211 . Second Mulvane. ks. 67110 Ph. 777-1111 S.AD.T). Would like to thank the Mulvane P.D. for all their cooperation this year with the AfterProm Party. Zhey will be looking forward to another year of working together in nineteen eighty seven. 138 MS AT) MUmSKS 115 Smery Ph. 777-10S3 J 203 ;V. 2nd PL 777-1159 Zhanks 3or ycur Support! Sgt. Pool Special Zlianks Zo Waymaii - Simon Stamiani k Camfs Appliance dor Zlteir Support D.D.S Zhanks dor your Support! Sgt. Bass 139 ' ' Jim BODY SHOP QUAjCJZV SMOP « on oc . 1002 -Vi SS Ouis Klvd. Ph. 777-0131 140 Serving Our Community For 100 Years We, at the Mulvane State Bank, are proud of our association with the Mulvane community and its school during the past 100 years. We have watched Mulvane grow for a century, and have always felt it our duty to take part in that growth by investing funds back into the community. As we enter our second century, we are confident we have done our best to make Mulvane a better place to live and work. The Mulvane State Bank looks forward to serving the community in the future, continuing to provide safe and secure banking for all the people of Mulvane. Congratulations to all the graduat- ing seniors!!!!!!! 122 VVesl Main. Mulvane, Kansas 671 10. Telephone (316) 777- 1171 Member F. D. I.C. rv«- - 141 SJ.:D.D. After Prom Party Js a tmuemious success! Close to two hundred M..H.S. students and their dates attended the After Prom Party sponsored by S.A.D.D. Prizes gimi away at the party ranged from a car to cash, to pizza ' s to Z -shirts. J CKt year who knows what will be given away so US ZMSKS!! tt - ' awwp «s . " HJPTT Robert Simmon answers questions and generates enthusiasm at a S.A D.D members was easy for the members come mto the organization want- ing to solve problems. Zhe forces Mehind S.A ' D.T).! S.A. D.D. members take time out from raising money, prizes, attending meetings and planning sessions to have their group picture taken. 143 ,M.A f V I II 4m A ' 1985-S6 KAvezzes 145 ZMS PA0S MMVAM A J J MAC ecme mVJS PAWZ SMOP (OJ ZMS WAW PJX MAmSK SMOP ZKJ KAJ -OJZ Co. szAn ssK(fSj z zm . MASS mujcvam ka ' djo k z.v. (KA ' DJO SMACK) 146 Past future Supporters At Betty ' s Central ( lass i Mirror Co. Jhc. Derby Cinema farmers Merchants Bank ( odfattiers Pizza y. y. Auto Kentucky Jried Cliicken Kmj Kadio KKKD Kadio Cynclt ewetery J ungesser Plumbing Quick Zrip Safeway Stan ' s r. V. Backyard Beauty Salon D i M Barber Shop Derby Reporter Zhe frontier Mardees Ken ' s Print Shop KSyy Kadio KJCZ-95 Ca Petite Academy M 5 Auto Puppy ' s Koberts Kecreation Shelter Jnsurance Star Cumber 147 148 Jh M Mor -Christopher (j. Schmidt When we played we were like brothers And when we fought we fought like mothers Through bad times and good We stood together like brothers should Having bad times and taking the pain We stood by each other to help him gain But those days are gone they left me behind To feel all the pain that goes through my mind To wake up in the middle of the night Knowing he ' s gone forever from sight And as you sit and remember the past The good times you had and wish them to last So this I say dear brother of mine Rest you in peace Forever in time. 149 Jn Mcnwry- ames JCee Kadcr I- 1 I walked a mile with pleasure She chattered all the way. But left me none the wiser For all she had to say. I walked a mile with sorrow, And ne ' er a word said she, But oh the things I learned from her When sorrow walked with me. -Robert Browning Hamilton 150 The 1985-86 staff would like to thank you for your support of this yearbook, whether through buying a personal page, an advertisement, or the yearbook itself. We would like to apologize for the weak points found in this years book. This was the first year for Mr. Canf ield as the yearbook sponsor. The 1987 yearbook staff will bring with it the experience of Mr. Canfield. not to mention the editor and co-editor, which are returning staff members from last year. We would appreciate your continued support during the 1986-87 school year. Thank you very muchi Sincerely, Richard Canfield. Sponsor Andy Jacques. 1986-87 Editor - Curt Swayne. 1986-87 Co-Editor .-7 CpfT f 151 jQsm V rf •;, ' " i - iAi


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