Mundelein High School - Obelisk Yearbook (Mundelein, IL)

 - Class of 1984

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Homecoming is a time for fun, good friends SPIRIT Right: Stephanie Hertel shows the true spirit ol riomeconnng. Above: Jenny Deardorff joins the pom pon squad in leading the crowd in the school song. Bottom right: Zion Benton tries to seize the ball, but senior Scott Wilson refuses to give it up. and ious football teams. ADD one grandstand full of screaming fans, an as- sortment of yelling cheer- leaders, prancing pom pon girls, whirling baton twirlers and a marching band complete with white fur hats. BLEND IN wacky decorations and looney pranks. Combine with an excited Homecoming queen and a high-spirited parade. WARM over the high heat of a crackling bon fire. FROST with toilet paper and several handfulls of confetti, to make a special Homecoming for everyone. AKE two hyped-up, anx- Though the traditional week of Homecoming was sliced down to an action-packed weekend the MHS spirit was still there. Out of the fifteen finalists, senior Barb Allen was chosen for the Homecoming Queen. The court was made up of Amy Bellil, Lori Herman, Danielle Mendez and Lynn Quinn. "Old Time Rock n' Roll" was the theme song for the unusual skit performed by the cheerleaders at the assembly. They danced and sang in the team's uniforms. Halfway through the performance the music disappeared and the girls found themselves dancing to the voices of the students now singing the Bob Seger melody while clapping their hands in time,

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l o world events 'F . 0 . . 1Gill'Hl .J 6 . f i K A ca Sl? EC lA 0 f , Y rEl"vx.'-l l fi!-im if 1:6 X 3 -1Q.' 0 l !3'-'34 Baeemasnov' 'in , Lk ' --can e-' -- :- ix Entertainment- On Nov. 20, approximately ' 70 million Americans viewed "The Day 5 After," an ABC TV special that exposed the s 1 he MHS American Flag. and all other American flags, flew at half-mast in mor ofthe American Marines killed in Beirut. Americans flew thcir flags at tlf-mast for one week. WAP. GAMES ALL THE 'RWHT MovES ' PTS 1 Lt5glR1sK L public to the realities of nuclear war, instilling a new fear in many. The producer of the movie said that it was a "giant public service announcementfi On TV, Mr. T was hot - appearing on the "A Team" and other shows as a guest. And for those of us who had cable, video music was the thing from MTV. The longest video ever, considered an I8-minute movie, was Michael Jackson's 'lThriller.', Movies were hot everywhere. Tom Cruise made it big with "Risky Business," and "All the Right Movesw, Bob Seager had a smash hit with the title song from "Risky Business' Old Time Rock-n-Roll? Other hit movies were "War Games", "Flashdance", "Return of the Jediw and "Terms of Endearmentf' a 1 The music industry had its money-makers too. Michael Jackson's "Thriller" album had practically every one of its songs in the top ten at one time or another. Lionel Richie did well, as did the Police with "Synchronicity" The year 1984 crept upon us, and thanks to George Orwell's novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four, the year was well known. Many speculated about the book's relationship to reality. There was no escaping 1984.



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homecoming Left: What would any football game be without fans? The Mustang fans are always there to cheer on the team. Below: Soloist Dave Rauschen- berger leads the band during halftime. J i 'vfr 2 'ngggk t F A gg I Far Left: Clowns like Kristin Harms entertained the children at the.parade. Left: Homecoming Queen Barb Allen dances with her escort. Andy Campbell. to "Night Moves." fl

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