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Page 17 text:
he Senior girls took
charge over the Junior
girls in the traditional
powder puff-game, win-
ning by a small margin.
The Sophomores put the Freshmen to
the test, defeating them easily. Queen
Barb Allen fulfilled her responsibility
and lit the bonfire, while students and iii
alumni met to reminisce about their
years at MHS. Amy Belill
CAUTION: Only concoct once a I984 Homecoming Queen
year. Ingredients cause large amounts Barb Allen
of excitement and school spirit and
may be hazardous to your sanity if
taken too often!
Far left: The crackling ofa blazing bonfire is enough
to raise anyone's spirits for the big game to come.
Lower left: Dave Wings tries to make it past the
blockade of Zee-Bees with the help of the rest of the
Mustang team. Left: Laura Boatright and Kerry
Soudan convey the theme ofthe Homecoming dance,
"Just Between You and Me." Above: Sue Umbden-
stock leads the fans in cheering on the victorious
Mustangs. Right: Not only was the school decorated
on the inside, but rowdie Mustangs did a thorough
job of decorating the outside too!
Page 16 text:
enior hall, also known as
"cell block 84," had a rather
unusual look to it. Prison
bars adorned every window
and cell numbers identified
Superman, Batman and Garfield filled
the Junior halls, along with a 40-foot
comic strip entitled "The Strip."
The Seniors included them by stealing
their chairs from behind their desks!
The Junior Class took the best float
award for its tissue paper and chicken
wire construction of a 12-foot can of
Raid zapping a Zion-Benton Zee-Bee.
And zapping the Zee-Bees was just what
the Mustangs did by a score of 7-6. The
sophomores were also victorious over
The teachers even took part in Zion-BentOn, by 3 Score of g-7'
Homecoming, although not by choice.
all day and
Page 18 text:
Take a bite of student
AKE ll83 MHS stu- -A -e l-
ADD Eight 50-minute
classes, 63 classrooms, 3
gyms, 2 auditoriums, a
guidance office, 79 teachers, 2 deans, 6
counselors, a courtyard, a student lounge
C'The Pit"J, a cafeteria, 14 bathrooms,
a library, a career resource center, 2
librarians, a book store, and 4 locker
BLEND IN a variety of classes, books,
lockers, friends, pens, pencils, activities,
sports, desk, paper, locks, assemblies,
folders, field trips, term papers,
assignments, projects, dances, tables,
chairs, gymsuits, practices, events,
movies, filmstrips, and special guests.
ADD A community with 3 video
arcades, 3 theatres, a shopping mall, 10
pizza places, a roller rink, 6 fast food
restaurants, 2 bowling alleys, a library, 2
lakes, and Great America.
MIX IN Bikes, cars, stereos, TV's,
radios, running shoes, Snowmobiles,
softballs, tennis rackets, spending
money, jobs and parties.
WHIP IN Chicago, just to the south.
STIR IN Spirit, fun laughter, hall-talk,
excitement, gossip, dates, note passing,
pizzas, hamburgers, tacos, pop, cake,
candy, jokes and work.
BAKE 4 years through breezy springs, p
humid summers, damp falls and icy c
YIELD A taste of student life at MHS.
Above: Freshman keep busy during their required study hall. Right: 'fo most of us, getting on
the bus after school was a daily routine. Upper right: A group of girls use the few minutes
before class to take a break.
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