Mustang High School - Remuda Yearbook (Mustang, OK)
- Class of 1968
Page 1 of 118
Pages 6 - 7
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Senior High Classes
Junior High Classes
Grade School Classes
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rles Holleyman, superintendent, heads one of the nation's
five most modern school systems. He is a member of Phi Delta
Kappa, President-elect of the Oklahoma Education Association,
past president of the Oklahoma
Association of School Adminis-
trators, member of the Red Red Rose, and was featured in the
1961-62 issue of "Who's Who in Education. "
Throughout the school year
the men who make up the mem-
bership of the schoolboard and
the men who make up the ad-
ministrative group of Mustang
Schools work together for the
good of the student body, the
faculty and the community.
These men shape the policies,
the standards, and the princi-
ples by which the school is
guided, They endeavor to work
in such a way that the student
School board members - Quin-
ton MacMahang D. A. Tomlin-
son - Pres.: Jack Dunbar -
Clerkg Elisha Griggs - Vice Pres.:
body can develop into a comprehensive unit
with the highest of ideals and standards there
by making it the greatest high school in Ok-
During the past three years, the faculty
and student body of this school have almost
doubled in size and these men assumed the
responsibility of seeing that it develops in
the proper way as it continues to grow
through the coming years.
watch Vernon Urban, another
member, operate the new book-
- - G K CHAFFIN Principal of high school
THE HEART 0F TEACHING
Mr. Billy Armstrong ' P-I
Mr. Billy Carmack
Mis. Dorothea Cooley
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Billy Carmack tells Santa, Mike Jones, what he
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Who's who in the line up? Mr. School Spir- Mr, Bob Smith
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Mrs. Betty Ousley
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Miss Beautiful, fCaro1yn Stoverj, and Mr.
Friendly, fBilly Carm ackj.
Mrs. Joyce Smith
Mr. Jerry Stegall
Mr. Jerry Stover
Mrs. Carolyn Stover
Miss Gloria Stone
Miss Betty Turner
Mrs. Ettie Wells
Mr. Charles Winkles
STUDENTS AID ADULT STAFF
Library aids are in the FRONT ROW! F. Dahl. Office Aids and Secretaries are in the FRONT ROW: D. George,
D. Frazier, and L. Hogan, SECOND ROW: S. Carpenter, and L. Gooch. SECOND ROW is R. Henthorn,
C. Grissom, D. Hilton, D. Tomilson, K. George, T. Owens,
E' Rogers' K' Pfesgfove' and D' Berkley' D. Holaday, L. Mercer, G. Horton, K. Haskin, I. Garner,
G. Bejcek, D. Bennett, J. Kitch, S. Dunbar, K. Smith, P.
Kortemeier, P. Smith, C. Hinshaw, and S. Cerveny.
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Projectionists are K. Black, J. Kitch, G. Cooks are R. Robison, E. Tate, M. McDowell, C.
Horton, G. Bejcek, and D. Bennett. Close, C. Bornemann, F. Kirkland, L. Kortemeier,
and F. Franklin.
Janitors are I. Batterrnan, E. Kortemeier, J. Bus Drivers are P. White, E. Veneck, W. Owens,
Hanna, C. Close, and E. Veneck. I. Nold. J. McFatridge, G. Van Buskirk, E, Kri-
vanek, H. Powell, G. Stewart, B. Smith, and
Mustang Valley cooks are N. Schritter. O. Myers. Student Janitors are in the FRONT ROW: R. Fore-
and O. McNeill. man, and M. Nold. SECOND ROW isj. Garner,
K. White, and K. Haskin.
Each year the sophomores and juniors see the departure of a
senior class, a class of students rich in the knowledge gained from
a high school education and in associations. Through use of educa-
tional tools gained in four years. These seniors will be able to open
the door to the world of tomorrow. Sophomores and juniors look
forward to having the privilege of using these tools of education
and when they depart as the senior class of 1970 they too will go out
as students and citizens of tomorrow with spirit and exuberance.
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SENIORS ACHIEVE GOALS
Realizing that the were spending their last days together at M. H.S. , the forty-eight seniors united to make
a successful fun filled, ear. They have striven to become leaders - scholastically an academically.
They have brought forth exuberant spirit, a distinctive loyalty, anda unique personality.
They have fulfilled a senior spirit by participating in school clubs, leading major activities, and doing the
everlasting stacks of homework.
An inherited pattem of end-of-school activities besieged them, the unprepared seniors. The annual speech
play in April took them into May whirl-of-action. The Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom offered them the oppor-
tun1t1es to dance their hearts away and be wished a fond farewell bv their successors. Seniors left expectantly,
arrived in a fever of excitement, and returned wearily from the end of the year class trip. The final days which
were both tiresome and gratifying, were anxiously awaited and at long last they did arrive. U
The traditional tears fell on many faces during baccalaureate, senior night, and graduation ceremonies,
Although these activities signify the end of twelve years of learning, they mark the beginning of a long search
for dreams that have so often interrupted thoughts. Some will cha lenge careers, others will attempt college,
and several will begin homes of their own.
The spirit of M. H. S. will shine forth in the hearts of the '68 seniors long after the bright lights of our depar-
ture have dimmed. As they look back on their high school days, they will remember that certain boy, that
special girl, those wonderful parties, and of course that precious moment, graduation night. The Junior-Senior
Prom, t e crowning of queens, and the little things like getting to class on time, throwing paper wads in study
hall, and trying their best to fake an answer on a test, will always stand out in their minds. There will always
be memories o that special basketball, baseball, or football game, and the feeling of victory' afterwards.
As they depart from their friends and teachers, thrall shall cherish the happy days and gay times at M. H. S.
They shall be proud to say that they graduated from ustang, and as each of them go their separate ways they
shal hope that they have left their mark upon the spirit of Mustang. A mark that will create for all who know
them, a loyal exuberant pride in them.
SHARON BooTH DONNIE BREsHEA RS SHARON CERVENY
MIKE CLARK PATTI CRIBBS FAYE DAHL
HAROLD DA RROW LA RRY DeTAR SHERRIE DUNBAR
Senior Class officers Karen Smith, Beverly Elliott, Mark Black, and Dean Williams lead the other class mem
bers through a successful year.
BEVERLY ELLIOT JACKIE WELCH QFINCHJ STEVE FRANKLIN
MARION GAYMAN KATHY GEORGE RICHARD GRISSOM
MARVIN HAMBROOK JACK HENDERSON DONEETA HILTON
CA ROL HINSHAW LYNDA HOGAN
Creative ability develops in art
DONNA HOLIDAY MONTE HUDDLESTON
MIKE JONES RHONDA KEEN
JAMES KIMBLE REX KING STEVE LOPER
AUDREY MABRY JONNIE MANASCO LINDA MERCER
Seniors Monte Huddleston, Rex King, and Mark Black leave the following advice to their succes
sors: Speak no evil. Hear no evil. See no evil.
MICHAEL NOLD CYNTHIA OWENS JANICE OWENS
ADRIAN PURVIS STANLEY REIMERS DANNY SIMMONS
KAREN SMITH PAM SMITH KENNETH STREETER
DEBBIE TOMLINSON MIKE TOMPKHXIS CANDACE VERNON
PAUL WIEDEMANN DEAN WILLIAMS SHIRLEY WILLIFORD
Sherrie Dunbar becomes a flower child with minor applications
GLENDA CLARK CWINTER, Zi paint, wh11e fellow classmates, Rex King and Cynthla Owens
JUNIORS HANDLE CONCESSIONS - ANNUALLY
The Junior class of 1968 began the year with members ready to perform the activities that have been the routine
to the Juniors in the pastg but to this class, they were projects to be tackled with pep and enthusiasm.
The annual magazine drive brought forth their salesmanship ability, while wait-
ing on patrons in the concession stand brought only a smile and tired feet
The Junior-Senior banquet and prom took many hours of work and thought. But
eventually all decorations were completed and the evening proved to be one well
worth the planning.
The Juniors have but one more year to walk the paths that will lead them from
M. H. S, Knowing this, they made the best possible effort to make themselves re-
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JUNIORS HAVE FUN
Carol Grisson, LaVerne Dahl, Sue Bright, and Gary
' 'or class officers, guide their class through
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FOR JUNIOR YEAR
Judy Bailey, Connie Tirnms, Bill Dillard, and Patty Korte-
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SOPHOMORES SLIGHTLY CONFUSED
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has proven itself to be one of the best.
The students have shownvivacity through-
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FRESHMEN ARE ENTHUSED WITH SPIRIT
The freshmen entered their last year of junior high school with 68 members determined to succeed as leaders.
Filled with the productive Mustang spirit they became leaders in forming the first junior high pep club in the history
of Mustang schools. They went on to compete with the high school students in the heart fund drive, making the
honor roll, and just trying to prove themselves as one of the best.
With the help of class officers and sponsors they have worked together to promote all worthy activities, leader-
ship, and school spirit.
They have spent many hours within the halls of MJHS and it is with regret and joy that they prepare themselves
to walk the halls of M.H.S. But the many hours have not been wasted for these students are tomorrow's school and
community leaders. Their junior high years have merely been a training field for the future and the spirit, determin
ation, and knowledge acquired here will help them to advance rapidly in the society which they must face,
Jack Hawkins, Bobby Smith, and Larry Parsons,
learn the power of tools in their shop class.
FRESHMEN WORK HARD
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Hilton take on the responsibility as freshman class officers
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Kenny Brewer, relax while
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EIGHTH GRADE WINS ROYALTY AGAIN
The days were long and weary for the '77
eighth grade students at M.J. H. S. but out of
each one grew a bright spot. Though the day
may have been filled with upset teachers, incor-
rect arithmetic problems, or fussy friends they
never failed to come through with that mischiev-
ous smile. They enrolled in subjects to enter-
tain and inform them, puzzle and delight them.
Always, they were ready for competition, and
they fared quite well in the race for yearbook
Each morning the patriotic spirit of the Mustang students
shines through as they give the pledge to the flag.
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SEVENTH GRADERS EXPLORE
The first week in September, 83 seventh graders came
marching upon Mustang Junior High. They were excited
about exploring a new building and were eager to begin
learning new material. They were anxious to begin try-
ing out for the junior high basketball teams and were
soon busy with many extracurricular activities. The year
proved to be just what they had expected - enjoyable.
Although this class was smallest in size, they made
history by being the largest seventh grade class of Mus-
They are looking forward to furthering their training Seventh grade class officers, Pat Clifton, Robert Wake
at Mustang Schools. field, Pam Armstrong, and Billy Smith, absorb knowl
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SEVENTH GRADE PEP CLUB ENTHUSIASTIC
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Mustang Elementary and Mustang Valley as
they play together on the many ideal recre-
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PRINCIPALS WORK FOR BETTER SCHOOLS
Lou Ella Fitzgerald
TEACHERS BRING SPIRIT TO YOUNG
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My school has a spirit
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A clapping of hands,
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My school is spirited,
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in the classroom.
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FIRST ROW: B. Dillard, D, Hilton. I. Manasco. J. Benge, D. Tomlinson, G. Horton, J. Kitch, T. Duckett. SEC-
OND ROW: V. Hoffman, R. LaFever, S. Cerveny, L. Hogan, D. Muse, C. Welch, R. Myers, C. Grissom, C. Haw-
kins, P. Wiedemann. THIRD ROW: J. George, G. Collins, M. Smith, N. Parsons, B. Jung, M. Tomlinson, R. Lay
STUDENT CGUNCIL BUILDS RESPONSIBILITY
The Mustang Student Council, composed of 34 members and alternates, works to help the administration better
the student body. In this manner the sportsmanship committee set up a code of ethics for each Broncho to follow.
The council followed up last year's Heart Fund drive and ended the week with 3328. 31. One of the council's
main objectives was to promote school spirit through a spirit week. Each student participated to make it a great
This year the council supervised an assembly conducted by Dr. Cunningham from O. S. U. His topic was "So You
Think You're in Love. "
The council also saw the need of change of pace from the past, girl ask boy party. They worked out a mixer for
the boys to ask the girls.
The council ended a happy and successful year.
The 1967-68 Student Council Officers are: James Student Council altemates are: FIRST ROW: D.
Benge - President, Debbie Tomlinson - Secretary, Frazier, C. Warren, P. Armstrong, D. Hamil-
Velma Hoffman - Counselor, and Johnnie Manas- ton, P. Wiedemann. SECOND ROW: S. Benda,
co - Vice-President. D. Landsberger, B. Elliott, N. Hendrick, J. Bat-
terman, G. Bejcek. THIRD ROW: K. Goin, K.
46 Durbin, B. Jung, M. Huddleston, T. Murray.
HEART FUND KING AND QUEEN
Jonnie Manasco and Steve Franklin
At an assembly Thursday, February 15, the
coronation of the King and Queen of Hearts was
held. Mr. I. W. Bell and Mrs. Lois Blanche from
the Oklahoma Heart Association were guests. Carol
Grissom, chairman of Social Service Committee
dedicated the money collected to the Heart Fund.
The King and Queen of Hearts of 1968 were the
seniors, Steve Franklin and Jonnie Manasco. The
first runners-up were freshmen, Steve Sanders and
Nancy Cerveny. The second runners-up were the
seventh graders, Bobby Duggins and Diana Gooch.
Third runners-up were the eighth graders, Raymond
Lay and Rena Sue Hill. Fourth runners-up were the
juniors, Toby Haskins and Nancy Hendricks. Fifth
runners-ups were the sophomores, Bill Dillard and
As a member of the student body at Mustang,
you have the privilege of voting in all student
elections. All registered voters in Mustang High
School crowded into the polls Wednesday, April
24, to vote in Student Council officers for the year
of '68 and '69, Serving as President for the coming
year will be Jim Kitch, Bill Dillard as vice-presi-
dent, along with Connie Timm as secretary.
Ronnie Jay, Mustang's first Student Council Pres-
ident, was guest speaker for Student Council Instal-
lation assembly held in the new gym on May 1.
Ronnie is a graduate of Mustang High School of the
STUDENT CDUNCII. IS ACTIVE WITH HEART
FUND AND ELECTION
Jim Kitch, a Junior, wins election Campaign speeches for Student Council Officers were held in the new gym-
for Student Council President for
the school year '68 and '69.
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THE MUSTANG MIRROR
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HONOR SOCIETY ENCOURAGES ACADEMIC RATING
FRONT ROW: N. Hendrick, K. Presgrove, L. Hicks, K. Smith, S. Williford, K. Goin, L. Casey, C. Timm
BACK ROW: B. Carmack, B. Turner, D. Cooley, J. McFatridge, G. K. Chaffin, P. Kortemeier.
Mustang High School chapter of the National Honor Society was organized for the first time this year
under the sponsorship of Billy Carmack, social studies teacher. The society has a total membership of ten.
Within the coming school years this organization will become a great influence on the student body.
Until now, the Superintendent's Honor Roll has been the highest acclamation that students who achieve
academically could have. The National Honor Society will give these students a place in which to work
and will encourage others to have the desire to do well in this area.
Students who are on the Superintendent's Honor Roll from Mustang Junior and Senior High School for the
year 1968 are: David Franks, Terry Good, Cathy Foreman, Linda Casey, Kevin Goin and Doneeta Hilton.
Students who were on the Superintendent's Honor Roll for the year from the Mustang Elementary and Mustang
Valley Schools made straight "A's' for all four nine weeks' report periods.
FIRST ROW Mrs Breashers S Cerveny S Br1ght,I. Batterman, K. George L. Hogan, P. Kortemier, J. OWCHS.
D Muse D Tomlinson I Elliot K Smith Mrs. Tomlinson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Muse, P. Smith, S. Dunbar,
C Hinshaw P Cribbs D Holiday R Keen D. Garrett, D. Williams, B. Elliott, L. Mercer, S. Williford, J. Man-
asco D Hilton Mrs I Smith THIRD ROW S. Capps, C. Grissom, J. Breshears, N. Hendricks, L. Dahl, G, Bej-
cek K Frazier L Smith I Becker J Jones B. Jung, D. Dunn, B. Griffin, D. Dunn, P. Dunne. FOURTH ROW:
K Bailey T Briscoe N Gaymon D Berkley, D. Merrell, K. Nyquist, R. Henthom, Langley, S. Terrell, L.
Powers J Bailey L Bassett R LaFever, K Presgrove, C. Welch, S. Parker. FIFTH ROW: D. Justus, J. Hixson,
S Williams C Courtney C Jones R Horton, B. MacDowell, L. Gunn, B. Mantqoth, J. Fitzgerald, D. Lay, L,
FHA OPPORTUNITIES UNLIMITED
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FHA Officers are: FIRST ROW: I. Elliott, P. Kortemiere, L. Ho-
gan, K. George, S. Cerveny. SECOND ROW: J. Owens, D. Tom-
linson, J. Batterman, D. Muse. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Tomlinson,
Mrs. Smith, S. Bright. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Breshear, Mrs. Muse,
and K. Smith.
RONNIE LaFEVER, Head
TERRI BRISCOE and CARLA WELCH, Alternates
KAREN SMITH, Senior
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PAM SMITH, Co-head
CHEERLEADERS INVOKE SPIRIT
The football and basketball games will always be re-
membered as events full of excitement and crowd enthus-
iasm. But who created that excitement and enthusiasm
which seemed not quite as prevalent in the other sports
contests? The cheerleaders created it!
DEAN WILLIAMS , Senior
FRONT ROW: T. Briscoe, C. Welch, D. Williams, R. LaFever, P. Smith, K. Smith. SECOND ROW: E, Wells,
sponsor, C. Timm, J. Bailey, I. Owens, B. Elliott, K. George, C. Hinshaw, L. Hogan. J. Elliott, B, Tumer, spon-
sor. THIRD ROW: P. Dunn, S. Cerveny, S. Williford, J. Manasco, D. Tomlinson, D, Hilton, C. Owens, and L.
A PEP CLUB'S PRAYER
Let us pray that strength and courage abundant be given to all who work for a world of sportsmanship and under-
standing. That the good that lies in every pep club member's heart may day by day be magnified to those who listen
and watch. That players and spectators will come to see more clearly not that which divides them, but that which
unites them. That each game may bring us closer to a final victory, not of school over school or team over team,
but of person over his own evils and weaknesses. That the true spirit of the competitive competition, its joy, its hope
and above all its true school loyalty may live among us. That the blessings of true competition be ours - the peace
to build and grow, to participate and live in harmony with others will help us to plan for our future with confidence
and understanding knowing that it was "how we played and cheered" that really counted above.
Cheerleaders rally around the Mustang Bronchos. They are Terri Briscoe, Carla Welch, Dean Williams, Ronnie La-
Fever, Pam Smith, and Karen Smith.
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FIRST ROW: J. Hixon, N. Cerveny, R, Novak, C. Courtney, C. Jones. SECOND ROW: J. Stegall, C. Warren, C.
Brewer, B. Young, T. Lunsford, J., Johnson, B. Jung, P. Dunbar, B. Mantooth, L. Gunn, R.,Horton, J. Smith., spon-
sor. THIRD ROW: N. Parsons, P. Armstrong, R, Trull, C. Foreman, J. Krivanek, D, Simmons, K. Goin, J. Cosper
D. Williamson, P. Clifton, D. Lay, L. Sipes, J. Loper. FOURTH ROW: V. Urban, S, Parker,,S. Williamson, V.
Jones, A. Akin, C. Johnson, S. Brown, J. Pewitt, S. Shaw, S. McDowell, J. Fitzgerald, K. Brisco, FIFTH ROW:
R, Hill, D. Dunn, B. Griffin, D. Dunn, B. Justus, V. Merrick, K. Durbin, B. Harris, L. Haley, R. Smith, W, Lands
berger, J. Brisco, S. Ward, L. York.
THE ECHOES OF SPIRIT
Oh, when those Mustang Bronchos fall in line, we're going to win this game another time: for the dear old team
we're going to toss that ball and make a scoreg We're going to roll our opponent on the floor, out the door, M, H. S,
Junior High Cheerleaders are Carol Jones, Charlene Courtney, Renae Novak, Jeanette
Hixon, and Nancy Cerveny,
we love so wellg for the dear old team we'll yell and yell and yell, We're going to fight, fight, fight for ever moreg
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FRONT ROW: J. Henderson, L. Casey, J. Manasco, L. Hogan, C. Hawkins,
I. Benge. SECOND ROW: E. Rogers, S. Franks, Instructor, C. Vernon, P.
Dunn, J. Foreman, K. Haskin. THIRD ROW: K. Goin, F. Cumby, sponsor.
FOURTH ROW: G. Horton, L. Smith, D. Simmons, G. Bejcek, and T. Wells.
NEW CLUBS ADDED THIS YEAR
that Spanish requires a lot
of skill and knowledge in
foreign language. Follow-
ing t is idea, the Spanish
Club with its 21 members
strives to create interest in
languages by introducing
the members to materials
and activities not available
in the class room. The
club consists of students
who have had, or are in,
They presented the play
Asi Es La Vida! fSuch Is
Life lj to the student body.
Among their guest speak-
ers were Dr. iliana Enri'-
guey from the Dominican
Republic. Frank Cumby
and Sallie Franks sponsor
the club, while I. Benge -
Pres. , J. Manasco - Vice
Pres. , J. Finch - Sec. , L.
Casey - Reporter, J. Hen-
derson - Sergeant -at -A rms ,
Student Council Represent-
ative - C. Hawkins, G.
Bejcek - Altemate.
FRONT ROW: C. Frazier, I. Myers, K. Smith, S. Beflda. G' Bejcek. I. Benge. R.
Foreman, J. Kitch, K. Goin, D. Muse. SECOND ROW: J. McFatridge, B. Dillard
The Science and Math Club
helps bring the 12 charter mem-
bers together with common in-
terest in math and science. It
also makes them aware of the
many professional opportunities
in these areas.
They are still in the stage of
being organized and have not
yet held regular meetings.
Moore 's Science Club visited
the Mustang ,Club during the
year to give an insight on the
purposes of the organization
and officers. The sponsors are
Carl Grizzle and John McFat-
ridge. The officers are as fol-
lows: Pres. - Jim Kitch, V.
Pres. - Grant Bejcek, Sec. -
Treas. - Karen Smith, Reporter
- Cathy Frazier.
FRONT ROW: C. Stover, instructor, D. Morrell, J. Elliott, J. Bailey, P. Kortemeier, L.'Powers, D. Muse
D. Hilton, C. Timm, S. Cerveny, L. Mercer, R. LaFever. SECOND ROW: D. Holiday, C. Welch, R
Myers, K. Goin, R. Foreman, G. Horton, R. Keen, C. Vernon, B. Elliott, D. Williams, C. Hinshaw R
Keen. THIRD ROW: D. Berkley, C. Nyquist, J. Hayes, K. Presgrove, L. Bassett, T. Briscoe, S. Dunbar
C. Owens, L. Hogan, N. Gaymon, D. Garrett, J, Jones, K. Smith. FOURTH ROW: D. Woods, B. Dillard
F. Hussfeldt, A. Akin, J. Kitch, J. Benge, D. Simmons, M. Huddelston, B. Bassett, T. Wells, S. Gooch
G. Melugin, S. Benda, J. Henderson, A. Boatman, and J. Garner.
HAPPY VOICES B.LENDING FREELY
This past year, Mustang's
Choral Winds, was active with
contests, assemblies, special
programs, and festivals.
Underthe supervision of Mrs.
Carolyn Stover, the members
of the Choral' Winds have brought
home many honors.
After receiving I at district
contest, held at Southwestern
State College, the Choral Winds
attended state contest on April
18 at Stillwater. The rating at
Stillwater was superior.
The Choral Winds performed
at the annual Christmas concert,
open house, and gave two Christ-
mas performances at FAA.
The music department also
helped to produce the first suc-
cessful musical comedy, "Plenty
of Money", along with the stage
band and speech department.
These were the main highlights
of the year.
Music Officers are: Beverly Elliot - Vice-President, Danny Simmons
- President, Jimmy Kitch - Reporter, Karen Smith.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
JUNIOR HIGH WINS HONORS
Mustang Junior High Chorus with its
51 members under the direction of
Carolyn Stover has completed another
successful year. This year the chorus
has performed often and received
phenomenal acclaim. ln this year's
musical competition at district, they
were awarded a one in mixed chorus,
the highest possible score for the most
difficult type of music. Under the
direction of Mrs. Stover, individual
soloists have attained countless honors.
Among the many things they have par-
ticipated in were the festival in Yukon
and singing at Shepard Mall during
Christmas. Many students planning to
continue their musical careers have
hopefully learned something from their
experiences with the chorus, and the
chorus has truly benefitted from their The Junior High Chorus loads bus for journey to Shepard Mall.
FRONT ROW: B. Smith, J. Dillard, G. Morgan, J. Sneed, B. Smith,
J. Hawkins, E. Frazier, M. Griggs,
D. Manos, D. Bogle, M. Davis, W. Butler, J. Hett, B. Johnson, D. Martin, R. Hall. SECOND ROW: C.
Stover, P. Armstrong, E. Yount, D. Smith, L. Daniel, K. Hayes, C. Parsons, C. Booth, D. Gooch, L.
Nowlin, L. York, J. Briscoe, B. Harris, L. Haley, W. Landsberger, R. Smith, R. Wakefield. THIRD ROW:
J. Owens, S. Henderson, P. Talbott, B. McDowell, C. Foreman, V. Jones, K. Durbin, B. Justus, S. Mc-
Dowell, S. Sanders, R. Cribbs, P. Estes, R. Parnell, B. Hager, L. Blaney, P. Barley, J. Krivanek. FOURTH
ROW: R. Burroughs, L. Shaw, K. Keenan, C. Stamm, B. Owens, C. Johnson, A. Akin, S. Holmes, D. Wil
liamson, V. Merrick, K. Avila, R. Lay, S. Justus, S. Brown, J. Cosper, J. Pewitt, N. Smith, A. Barber.
FIFTH ROW: O. Brown, R. Trull, V. Urban, N. Cerveny, P. Dunbar, B. Jung, B. Mantooth, R. Horton,
C. JQHCS, C- COUIUICY. S. Ward, C. Bailey, K. Briscoe, L. Sipes, D. Hacker, N. Bailey. SIXTH ROW:
G. Yates, T. Lewis, G. Collins, A. Jackson, L. Riley, D. Darrow, -E. Hilton, C. Fitzgerald, A. Parnell,
R. Wells, J. Ellifrett, R. Vaughn, S. McDowell, J. George, R. Gunn.
MUSTANG BEAUTY SALON BRISCOES L. P. GAS SERVICE
Mustang , Okla.
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Band officers are Karen Smith, President, Bob McDowell,
Vice-President, Connie Timm, Secretary, Danny Sim-
are, FRONT ROW: K. Goin, J. Fitzgerald, L. Hicks, E. Massey, D. Dunn, K. Smith. SEC
Benge, B. McDowell, S. Enter, S. Parker, P, Dunn, G. Robertson, S. Bradford, M. Benge, D.
Robinson, L. Dunbar, F. Hussfeldt. THIRD ROW: R. King, B. Griffin, J. Hixon, R. Myers, D
Conn, V. VanBuskirk, S. Williamson, T. Wells, C. Timm, B. Bassett, D. Simmons, L.
B. Mengers, G. Morgan, G. Melugin, A. Akin, S. Benda. FOURTH ROW: W. Krivanek, S.
Stage band members are, FRONT ROW: K. Goin,
R. Jackson, R. Foreman, R. King, D. Dunn, J.
Benge, D. Robinson, L. Dunbar, F. Hussfeldt.
mons, Reporter, and Tommy Duckett, Student Council
SENIOR BAND ENHANCES
Drum Major, Rex King, calls the band to attention at
the Czech Festival in Yukon.
ranks, R. Foreman, K. Hilburn, B. Yount,
F. Duckett, K. Haskin, J. Stover, instruc-
.or, P. Nold, J. Foreman, and C. Nall.
Under the direction of Jerry Stover, the Mustang
High School Band has become an outstanding feature in
Mustang High. This year the forty-eight piece band
made a II in concert and a I in sightreading at District
contest in Weatherford. Steve Benda made a I on his
solo in District contest at Weatherford and went on to
State. Among the many activities the band participated
in was the Czech Festival Parade at Yukon, and the
Oscar Rose Parade at Midwest City. They also played
during halftime at the basketball games and have added
much spirit to Mustang High school.
EFCOND Row: C. Nan, T. Wells, C. Timm,
I. Bassett, D. Simmons, G. Morgan, G, Melu-
gin, A. Akin, S. Benda, and J. Stover.
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JR. HIGH BAND, FRONT ROW: C. Ernee, C. warren, P. Clifton, C. Hixson, C. Brewer. SECOND ROW: R,wITru1l,-
C. Foreman, K. Briscoe, T. Good, N. Parson, J. Johnson, J. Masasco, L. Enloe, R. Novak, R. Hill, K. Goin, T.
Griffin. THIRD ROW: J. Krivanek, V. Urban, D. Simmons, L. Mengers, D. Raper, B. Bolton, K. Nold, M. Dunn,
D. Nall, J. Keen, T. Myers,
A. Henson, D. Johnson, D. Benda, D. Franks, M. Tomlinson, M. Reimers, P. Van
Deventer, D. Bejcek, K. Brewer, R. Huffman. FOURTH ROW: B. Young, M. Moody, B. Watson, J. Manasco, T.
Lundsford, E. Enter, T. Murray, D. Conn, J. Loper, D. Krivanek, L. Watson, R. Wakefield, F. Langley. I. Harlen,
D. Reeves, J. Stephens, G. Holleyman, D. Claybome. FIFTH ROW: J. Stover, R. Foreman, R, King, R. Henthorne,
R, Smith, R. Holaday, D. Fatheree, J. Dillard, D. Hamilton, B. Duggins, D. Davidson.
This year the junior high
and elementary bands have
completed a successful year.
Under the direction of Mr.
Stover, the bands seek to pro-
vide a cultural and aesthetic
experience for the students.
These dedicated musicians
have proved that music is a
fine art and gives purpose and
value to life, but perhaps most
important of all is the fact that
it reveals man to himself.
DEDICATED MUSICIANS KINDI.E SPIRIT
ELEMENTARY BAND, FRONT ROW: C. Wells, J. Conn, J. Carpenter, S. Wake-
field. SECOND ROW: K. Hanna, D. Tate, B. Baer, R. Spitler, D. Drury, D. Mor
rison, S. Williamson, M. Duggins, L. Hamilton, R. Johnson, M. Buchanan, B.
Dunbar. THIRD ROW: C. Phipps, C. Jones, R. Miller, D. Martin, T. Good, J.
Hicks, R. Smith, I. Olson, R. Dunbar, G. Cook, R. Vaughn, T. Johnson, B, Cur-
rent, R. Iackson, R, Wilson, D. White, D. Burkley, P. King, R. Scott, P. Alex-
ander. FOURTH ROW: D. Hogan, R. Dunbar, K. Anderson.
S TEWA RT'S DAIRYLAND
FRONT ROW: L, Powers, L. Bassett, J. Bailey, R. Jones, S. Nelms. SECOND ROW: F. Hussfeldt, R Gunn, R.
Wakefield, J. Stevens, L. Watson. THIRD ROW: D. Simmons, J. Loper, P. Clifton, R. Powers. ,FOURTH ROW
P. Estes, R. Burroughs, R. LaFever, E. Massey, T. Murray, T. Lewis, L. Hogan, J. Kitch, and B. Bassett.
4-H PROMOTES FUTURE CITIZENS
Last year's officers were L. Hogan - president, J, Kitch - vice-president, F. Hussfeldt - secretary, E. Massey
reporter with Mrs. Polask as sponsor.
The 4-H pledge is - I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands fo better
service, and my health to my club, community, country, and world.
Their motto' is - to make the best better.
FRONT ROW: T. Davis, S. Richardson, T. Davis, R. Gooch, R. Simpson, E. Lewis, D. Pewitt, M. Landsberger.
SECOND ROW: I. Baker, S. Gooch, R, Baker, M. Merrick, K. Lahman, T. Avila, S. Hinshaw, E. Fields.
THIRD ROW: P. Altstatt, V. Brewer, K. Sullivan, J. Bowling, T. Johnson, L. O'Dell, D. Mantooth, D. Hin-
shaw, L. Cribbs, R. Langley. FOURTH ROW: C. Daniel, K. Farris, L. Griggs, D. Capps, S. Stephens, S. Ham-
brook, C. Orahood, R. Neal, M. Gracy, K. Landrith, and R, Denison.
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"Broncho Corral," the voice of Mustang High has expressed the
accomplishments, the goals, the ideas, and the good times of the
students Printing a weekly newspaper is the goal of D. Williams
- Editor, G. Clark - Co-Editor, L. Mercer - News Editor, J.
Kitch - Sports Editor, S. Booth - Exchange Editor, N. Hendricks
- Club and Social Editor, G. Clark and D. Williams - Cartoonists
J. Kitch, M. Richardson, J. Henderson - Photographers, L, DeTar,
J. Barber, L. Dahl, M, Richardson, J. Breshears, J. Henderson,
C. Hawkins, and M. Clark - Editorial Writers and Reporters.
Striving to meet a deadline are S. Cerveny, P, Smith, P. Dunn, S.
Williford and J . Owens.
Jack Henderson and Mike Rich-
Editors - -
Class Editors - -
Crop Editors - -
Sports Editors - -
ardson develop pictures for the
annual and newspaper.
- - J. Owens,
- - - S. Cerveny
- - - - P. Smith,
- - - P. Dunn,
- - - - J. Kitch,
Organizations Editors - - P, Smith,
Sponsor ---------- E. Wells
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MARION GAYMQN PAUL WIEDEMANN
The Basketball King and Queen were crowned
January 30 during the homecoming game with
Prior to the game, Karen Smith, senior,
Jeanie Batterman, junior, and Judy Bailey, soph-
omore, were selected as candidates by the boys'
Theme of the 1968 homecoming was "Stair-
way to the Stars. " During halftime of the boys'
game the pep club and basketball team mem-
bers formed a star through which the candidates
and their escorts were preceded by flower girl,
Ro Ann Patzack and crown bearer, Michael
Moses. Announcement of the winner was made
by Mr. Cumby. Following the crowning cere-
mony, the song, "She's Like an Angel, " sung
by Danny Simmons, was dedicated to the queen.
The queen was then escorted to her throne
by king Monte Huddleston. Karen Smith, sen-
ior candidate, had been chosen to reign as Bas-
ketball Queen of1968 at M.H.S.
SENIORS TAKE ROYALTY
As an annual event, the selection of yearbook
royalty has played an important part of student
life. Yearbook sales ended with the announce-
ment of King and Queen from high school, Prince
and Princess from junior high, and Lords and
Ladies from Mustang and Mustang Valley Elemen-
Students were allowed one vote for each year-
book purchased. Votes were counted by Sharon
Cerveny'and Peggy Dunn, business managers who
planned the yearbook sales.
Janice Owens and Mark Black were elected
King and Queen, Renae Novak and Kenneth Brew-
er as Prince and Princess, Kim Hanna and David
Coffman as Lord and Lady from Mustang Elemen-
tary, and Lafonda Smith and Ralph Hixon Lord
and Lady at Mustang Valley.
Kim Hanna and David Coffman
LORD AND LADY
Renae Novak and Kenneth Brewer
PRINCE AND PR.lNCESS
Lafonda Smith and Ralph Hixon
LORD AND LADY
"Is this man allowed
to make such state-
ments?" said Mr. Whit- 3
field, James Benge,
while Larry Regan, -
Don Wood, is ques-
tioned by Mr. Flint.
Mrs. John Hutchins, Garn
Bejcek, is being interro- j
Mustang was the scene of an intense court-
room drama, on April 25, in the old gym when
Karen Andre went on trial for the murder of
Bjorn Faulkner, "On the Night of January 16th. "
The death of Bjorn Faulkner was found to be
murder, but not at the hand of Karen Andre.
The District Attorney, Flint, attempted to bring
them to a rapid decision. With his case, which
was handled very well, he called many witnesses
to prove that Karen Andre did push Bjorn Faulk-
ner frorn the roof of the Faulkner building.
Defense Attorney, Stevensjused his defend-
ant on the stand, as she stated that she would
Mr. Flint, Steve Franklin, questions Dr. Kirkland, Dar- kill for Bjorn Fauuqnefs Sake,
rel Bennett, about the body of Bjorn Faulkner.
Elmer Sweeney, Richard Jackson, is questioned by Mr.
Flint, Steve Franklin, as the jury looks on.
Steve Loper, court clerk, swears in twelve jury
YUKON I. G. A.
66 Yukon, Okla. l
, not to testify.
"One of us is lying
and we both know
which one" says Karen
Andre, Janice Owens,
to Nancy Faulkner,
Carol Hinshaw, as
the scene ended in
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a price which was the money to keep his empire
This powerful drama by Ayn Rand thrilled the
students and citizens of Mustang.
The characters were as follows: Judge Heath
- Monte Huddleston, District Attorney - Danny
Simmons, his secretary - Carla Welch, Karen
Andre - Janice Owens, Nancy Faulkner, Carol
Hinshaw, John Whitfield - James Benge, Larry
Reagan - Don Woods, Dr. Kirkland - Darrell
Bennett, Mrs. Hutchins - Garnett Bejcek, Homer
Van Fleet - Marvin Hambrook, Elmer Sweeny -
Richard Jackson, Jane Chandler - Karen Smith
and Debbie Tomlinson, Magna Svenson - Peggy
Dunn and Sharon Cerveny, Inger Junquist - Lynda
Hogan, Roberta Van Rensselher - Judy Bailey,
Court Clerk. Steve LOPCI, Bailiff. Mike 101165. The bailiff, Mike Jones, holds back Larry Reagan, Don
PHSOH UUUOH, Shirley Williffifd- The Play WaS Woods, as he tries to convince Karen Andre, Janice
CilI6CIICd Flank Cumby, Mustang SPCCCII Qwgng, that her 5301-j-fice is useless.
Larry Reagan, Don Woods, interrupts court
session to tell Karen Andre, Janice Owens,
Courtesy of Courtesy of
MIDWAY BARBER SHOP YUKON CAFE
Yukon, Okla. Yukon, Okla.
Frank Cumby, head of the speech department at
Mustang High School, with the help of 51 students
directed the musical, "Plenty of Money".
, In cooperation with the music department,
Jerry Stover, stage band director and Carolyn Stov-
er, vocal music director, acted as co-producers,
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rehearsed as "Sallyl', Dean Wil-
liams, and "Arnold", Danny Sim-
mons, embraced each other warm-
Grandma and her friends can't
stand why charity could be so wrong
the boys 'from the snydicate check o
Monte Huddleston and Tim Wells, the
FBI agents, investigate for counter-
"Horace", Jim Kitch, checks Grandma's, Jeanie Jqnes,
printing job as Bill Dillard and Russell Myers look on.
YUKON NATIONAL BANK
OWN THE HOUSE'
"Plenty of Money" was presented by the Choral Winds, speech,
and stage band of Mustang High School on Thursday, February 8, at
1:30 and 7:30 with a performance Friday, February 9, at 1:30 and
the, final performance was given Saturday, February 10, at 7:30.
The main characters were Grandma Maude played by Jeanie
Jones, Arnold played by Danny Simmons, Sally played by Dean Wil
liams, the gangsters by Jim Kitch, Steve Franklin, Russell Myers,
and Bill Dillard, Mr. Winthrop played by Kevin Goin. Other char-
acters were the secretaries, old people, the FBI agents, the guests
for the testimonial dinner, waitresses, bank clerks, and singing de-
Jerry Stover, stage band director, Carolyn Stover,
vocal music director, and Frank Cumby, speech
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The "sexytaries" sing "Busy Busy" as Arnold looks
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got feelings just like
Spike, Bill Dillard.
any other animal," says
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
STUDENTS GO T0 DISTRICTS
Expression is shown by Patti Cribbs
as she gives her Original Oratory.
"The Cop and the Anthem" pre-
sented by Pam Smith was a de-
lightful humorous reading written
by O. Henry.
Among the students to reach semi-
finals at Northwest Classen High School
and Central State in Edmond, were
Patti Cribbs, Steve Franklin, and Dean
Williams. Other students who entered
the contest were Peggy Dunn, Lynda
Hogan, Pam Smith, Debbie Tomlin-
son, Janice Owens, and Rex King. Ter-'
ry Enloe, Danny Simmons, Steve
Franklin, and James Benge went as de-
al in men's extemporaneous speak-
"The Murder of Lidice, " a dra-
matic war poem, is given by Lynda
Dean Williams gets into her part
wholeheartedly in "The Tell Tale
Carol Hinshaw gives her tragic
poem "The Suicide."
Courtesty of Courtesy of
LT.LLlAN'S BEAUTY SALON PRITNER'S FLOWERS
70 MUSY-wg, Okla. 715 Elm Yukon, Okla.
SADIE HAWKINS HELD AT DOGPATCH
Steve Gooch catches Danny Sim-
mons in Sadie Hawkins race.
Mrs. Cooley is dressed for
Sadie Hawkins Day in her
mini gunny sack dress.
Lil Abner and Daisy Mae get
the race started.
The tug has begun!
Martin' Sam, Mr. Holleyman,
and Mammy Yokum, Mrs. Hoff-
man, pose for picture.
Thursday, April 19th, the Mus-
tang Bronchos changed into Mus-
tang "Dogpatchers" for Sadie
They decorated the main hall
walls with appropriate his and her
footprints, cute sayings, and a
sweetheart tree, which many girls
signed their names on plus their
hopeful "catches" on. Marriage
licenses and tickets to the party
that night were sold. The licenses
were ten cents and twenty-five
centsg tickets fifty cents per couple.
The party started at 7:30 and ended
The day began as the students
and teachers arrived at school in
their 'Dogpatch best'. Marryin'
Sam, Mr. Holleyman, came at
noon to conduct the race and wed-
dings. Brides had to buy their
marriage licenses, tickets to the
party, furnish pen and paper when
needed, answer their "catches"
questions in class, carry his books,
and get his shoes for him when
he wanted them.
The faculty, with student
council members, worked hard
ins Day the most enjoyable pre-
sented at Mustang.
Jim Kitch, "Lil Abner", and
Lynda Hogan, "Daisy Mae",
were in charge of the noon ac-
tivities. Al.l in All, the " Mus-
tang Dogpatchers had a marvel-
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RUSSELL'S TV SERVICE
405 N. Mustang Rd. Mustang, Okla.
to make this year's Sadie Hawk-
Mark Black, the wandering troubadour,
described the wonders of Venice.
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Sue Bright, Master of Ceremonies, wel-
comed the juniors and seniors to the city
Stardusters play at banquet.
Dancing seems to be a favorite of Judy
Becker and Mike Jones. 4
The Juniors sing "Volare" and
"More" accompanied by Ricky
As jtuiiors and seniors from Mustang arrived at the Okla-
homa Home Builders' Association building at 625 Northwest
Expressway Saturday night for their junior-senior banquet and
prom, the girls admired each others dresses and hairdos, and
the guys and gals chatted until time to eat.
After the meal Sue Bright, Master of Ceremonies, intro-
duced a junior vocal octet composed of Kevin Goin, Jeanie
Jones, Tim Wells, Carol Grissom, Sue Bright, Fred Hussfeldt,
and Jeanie Batterman, who sang two
songs. They were accompanied by
Kenny Haskin on the drums, Ricky Fore-
man on the bass, and Carolyn Stover on
The theme of the evening was "Ro-
mance in Venice". Speeches were 1,
given by Sue Bright, Gary Horton, h
Mark Black, Carol Grissom, Donnie
Robinson, and Jim Kitch.
After the music and the speeches,
the prom began. The Stardusters band
was hired to play for it. During the
break of the prom, punch and cookies
were served to the fatigued and thirsty
The main decorations for the evening
consisted of a 15 foot mural painted by
A Danny Godwin, Adrian Purvis, and
Everyone was excited about the ban
quet and enjoyed it. The juniors are
now looking forward to next year's ban
quet and prom. '
Those present were Mustang School
Board members and their wives, the
faculty and their spouses, and the jun-
ior and senior class parents.
T. J. HANKER AGENCY
s. Carolyn Stover,
Kenny Haskins, and Everyone enjoyed the food catered by G1en's.
Steve said, "Jill, someone took your shoes."
Ricky Foreman and Grownups seem to enjoy the slow
!Kathy Frazier swung dances as well as the students en-
with the beat of the joy the fast dances.
Debbie Tomlinson showed a pleasing
smile as she dances with her father.
The seniors listened to Mr. Hart who presented the speech at baccalaureate.
Baccalaureate for Mustang High School seniors
came on Sunday, May l9. The processional was
N given under the direction of Mr. Jerry Stover. Fol-
' ' lowing the invocation by Reverend Charles D.
panied by Mrs. Sallie Franks.
3 The address given by Reverend Keith Hart was
Aly followed by the high school band.
The benediction was given by Reverend Robert
Parr, and the recessional was played by the high
Mr. Holleyman speaks to the senior class.
Standing for the invocation, seniors bowed their heads in reverence.
Saviers, the Choral Winds sang "Climb Every Moun
tain", directed by Mrs. Carolyn Stover and accom-
AWARDS HIGHLIGHT SENIOR NIGHT
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Billy Carmack, National Honor Society sponsor, hands awards
Shirley Williford accepts trophy
Donneta Hilton received award
from Joyce Smith.
State Honor Society awards are passed to students
in upper ten per cent.
Parents were delighted by the flower ceremony.
SENIORS TAKE PART IN GRADUATION EXERCISES
Karen Smith leads the seniors on their
Donetta Hilton gave the invocation
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ford and Karen Smith.
Karen Smith gave the valedictory speech.
Jack Henderson received
the long awaited diploma.
Awards were presented by G. K. Chaffin.
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long for the seniors.
Families all crowd in to
take pictures of the seniors
Sharon Cerveny shakes
hands with Mr. Holleyman
and the tassel of Paul
Weidemann is moved from
left to right by Mrs. Cooley
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for outstanding student.
Doris Frazier is selected as outstanding junior high
Tommy Duckett is outstanding student in Mustang
Valedictorian, Karen Smith is presented with the
'I Dare You' award by G. K. Chaffin.
Jim Kitch, Mustang High junior, is presented with
the award for outstanding student.
The graduating class look forward to high school days.
FRESHMAN SCHOLARSHIP EXCELS
The valedrcrorian, Linda Casey, gave her speech.
The devotional was given by Tom Ducketr
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SECOND TO DESIRE
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End, Danny Godwin, stops a long run by
this explosive Bethany halfback.
High school football got its beginning on Aug-
ust 15, 1967 when 35 brave rested boys reported
for Mustang's first high school football practice
session. The result: 35 tired men.
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Quarterback, James Garner, hands off to Broncho fullback, Toby Haskin in a power drive
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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM: R. Myers, V. Van Buskirk, R. Wells, C. Hawkins, J. Garner, S. Crossley, J.
Smith, J. Warren. SECOND ROW: C. Hilburn, D. Shupe, T. Wells, S. Benda, R. Davison, G. Bejcek, B. Mc-
Dowell, D. Landsberger, C. Horton. BACK ROW: Coach B. Smith, B. Dillard, D. Godwin, R. Black, B. Bas-
sett, A, Akin, J. Kitch, G. Melugin, T. Haskin, and Coach C. Winkles.
SR. HIGH B OPP. M.H.S. 5
Harrah - - ......... 12 6 , 'Q J.. .s
Bethany - - - 27 21
Purcell - - - -------- 12 12
Westem Heights --------- 6 12
Noble ------ - - 6 12
Lexington - - - - 0 8
Tuttle - - - - - 22 8
Harrah - - - - 12 12
Cresent - - - -12 12
Minco - - -------- 24 6
Lexington - - --------- 0 14
Purcell - - - ------- - - 0 8
El Reno ---- 1 ------- 20 0
HIGH SCHOOL SCRIMMAGES
Casady ------------- 42 36
Minco - - - - 42 6
El Reno - - - - 32 14
Kenny Hadkin closes in on a Bethany Fullback.
JR, HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM: J. Snead, L. Dunbar, I. MCMahan, R. Lay, F. Avila, E. Blany. SECOND ROW:
Cfoach C. Winkles, B. Smith, K. Hilbum, G. Nyquist, S. Sanders, R. Terrel, D. Dunn, Coach B. Smith.
THIRD ROW: G. Collins, G. Robertson, S. Franks, R. Baker, A. Jackson, B. Yount, R. Smith, C. Keenan, S
Bradford. BACK ROW: M. Tomlinson, C. Fitzgerald, M. Benge, E. Hilton, L. Riley, L, Hicks, B. Mengers,
JR. HIGH FOOTBALL HAS HIGH PROSPECTS
Bobby Yount stopped short after handoff from Eugene Hilton runs for gain against Noble.
MUSTANG'S DX STATION
EIGHTH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM: M. Huddleston, student coach, B. Bradford, D. Davison, E. Schritter, C.
Hickson, R. Huffman, T. Good, D. Fatheree, R. Wells. SECOND ROW: L. LaFever, J. Dillard, P. VanDeven-
ter, D. Claboume, T. Pruitt, R. Hinshaw, K, Brewer, P. Bennett, L. Watson, Coach C. Winkles. BACK ROW:
Coach B. Smith, D. Hamilton, S. Nelms, R. Wells, D. Jeffrey, J. Stephens, W. Keenan, R. Powers, D. Bejcek
JR. HIGH TEAMS ROUND OUT THE FOOTBALL PROGRAM
SEVENTH GRADE TEAM: D. Franks, J. Shirley, B. Smith, B. Duggins, T. Myers, D. Johnson, D. Fatheree, J.
Keen, P. Estes. SECOND ROW: L. Blaney, S. Sanders, R. Gunn, R. Holaday, J. George, R. Henthorn, A. Hen-
son, R. Wakefield, M. Griggs.
Courtesy of Courtesy of
MUSTANG HARDWARE BUXTON STORE
Mustang, Oklahoma Mustang, Oklahoma
SEASON HIGHLIGHTED BY TRIP T0 REGIONALS
of this year, 76-57.
Bronchos are led out of dressing
room by M. Gaymon.
Huddleston and Gaymon grab rebound.
After winning the district play-
off at Mustang, the Mustang High
School boys basketball team re-
ceived the honor of playing in the
regional tournament held at Pur-
The Br onchos were out heighted
and had a rough night going down
to defeat with the biggest margin
J. Kitch takes shot
over Lindsay defense
J. Kitch comes down with re-
bound as M. Gaymon and F.
Hussfeldt looks on.
Mustang made use of last year's experience by
coming up with a district title and winning the
Central Conference race. The Bronchos, who had
all starters back from last year, picked up two
trophies as well as several individual honors.
Central Conference Forward
CENTRAL CONFERENCE ANI
Front Center Clockwise: Jim Kitch, Gary Melugin, Paul
Wiedemann, Fred Hussefelt, Marion Gaymon, Danny
Godwin, Monte Huddleston, Stan Reimers, Glen Payne, r
Don Robinson, Gary Horton, Steve Loper, Center Left:
Coach Charles Winkles, Right: Coach Jerry Morgan.
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Mustangfs first basketball year in
the Central Conference was completed
with a 9-1 record capping the 67-68
conference crown. The only defeat
came by a 7-point margin at the hands
Mustang's graduating five are: P.
Wiedmann, S. Reimers, M. Huddle- Marion Gaymou 3fCheS 0116 at Jones.
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VIUSTANG FINISHES WITH 20-4 RECORD
The over-all look at the Bronchos season
turns out exceptional. Mustang's longest
string of victories was 10 at the seasons end
before losing to Lindsay. A record of 8-0
was accomplished before the first defeat.
Mustang lost its four games in the semi-
finals of two tournaments, a regular season
game, and the first game at regionals.
S. Reimers scores two against Dibble.
- - - - 85 Union City
- - - - 75 Bethany - -
- - - - 58 St. Marys -
- - - - 71 Union City
---- 58 Tuttle--
---- 63 McLoud--
- - - - 60 Bethany - -
- - - - 57 Lindsay - -
M. Gaymon aims for a basket.
Courtesy of Courtesy of
CHILTON AUTO PARTS DAWSON FEED COMPANY
2021 Agnew Okla. City, Okla. 7310 S. Council Rd. Okla. City, Okla.
FRONT ROW: J. Bailey, P. Kortemeier, K. Presgrove, C. Welch, R. LaFever, L. Dahl. BACK ROW
Coach Jerry Morgan, K. George, K. Smith, J. Monasco, S. Dunbar, S. Bright, T. Briscoe, 1. Batter
man, C. Grissom, N. Hendricks, Coach Glo Stone.
High School Schedule
- - - - 35 Union City
'B' - - 31 Choctaw 'B
- - - - 37 Choctaw -
- - - - 44 Harrah - -
'B' - - 33 Choctaw 'B
- - - - 26 Choctaw -
- - - - 45 McLoud -
Karen Smith pulls down another rebound
Mustang - - - 58 Harrah - -
Mustang - - - 44 Lindsay "B"
Mustang - - - 42 Union City
Mustang - - - 43 Tuttle - -
Mustang - - - 58 Tuttle - -
Mustang - - - 41 Jones - -
Mustang - - - 44 Noble - -
Mustang - - - 48 McLoud -
Mustang - - - 34 Moore - -
Mustang - - - 53 Moore - -
Terrea Briscoe goes in for another
SENIORS: Kathy George, Jonnie Monasco, Sherrie
Dunbar, Karen Smith are all proud to be on the
Sherrie Dunbar attempts a jump shot
GIRLS WIN 2nd PLACE TROPHY
Mustang girls receive trophy.
Mustang girls won two out of three games
after being defeated by Moore in the finals
of the Mustang Invitational tournament.
They ended the season with seven wins.
For having been up against experienced
players in a new conference, these girls
showed valor and lots of spirit.
Carrol Grissom shoots .as opposing
team tries to block.
Terrea Briscoe attempts lay-up.
PLENTY OF SPIRIT
Up, up, and away as Judy Bailey tries
for two points.
Carrol Grissom shoots as Karen Smith and
Sherrie Dunbar wait for rebound.
"B" BOYS GET VALUABLE EXPERIENCE
FRONT ROW: R. Meyers, J. Garner, C. Hilburn, K. Haskin. BACK ROW: D. Shupe, B. Gracy, B. Dil-
lard, G. Payne, D. Wood, S. Benda, A. Akin, Coach Charles Winkles.
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----26 Harrah-- --
- - - - 38 Western Heights
----47 Dunjee-- --
For the first time, Mustang has a regular "B'
team consisting of boys from senior high school
who need the experience as a playing unit for
the next year.
The team finished with a 3-4 record and
gained that needed valuable experience for the
next year's varsity.
Completing their first full year, they find
themselves ready to begin next year with zest
Courtesy of Cguftegy of
REDDING AGENCY MUSTANG LAND CORPORATION
MUSI2J1g, Okla- Mustang, Okla.
JUNIOR HIGH HAS WINNING SEASON
FRONT ROW: P. Wiedemann, L. Dunbar, K. Brewer, B. Smith, L. Crofford, G. Morgan. BACK ROW
Coach Charles Winkles, Manager M. Smith, M. Reimers, G. Fitzgerld, M. Tomlinson, E. Hilton T
Duckett, R. Smith, D. Bejcek, E. Blaney, Manager C. Nall.
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Mustang Union City
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Mustang Jones - -
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Mustang Harrah - -
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Mustang Union City
Mustang Bethany - -
Mustang McLoud - -
Mustang Harrah - -
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Mustang Minco - -
Mustang Purcell - -
Tom Duckett makes bucket for
Courtesy of Courtesy of
DRABECK GARAGE CONRAD MAR 85 DRUG
Box 154 Wheatland, Okla. 334 Elm Yukon, Okla
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS SHOW HUSTLE
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N. Smith, N. Cerveny, P. Dunbar, S. Williamson, C. Courtney, C, Jones, R. Horton, R. Trull, V Urban
D. Benda, I. Hixon, I. Fitzgerald, C. Foreman, S. Warren, R. Hill, K. Briscoe, J. Briscoe, V. Jones
Coach Glo Stone.
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Junior High Schedule
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BACK ROW C Nall G Holleyman M Tomllnson D Jeffrey J Stevens C
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SENIOR HIGH BASEBALL GOES 5-10 FOR SEASON
FRONT ROW: K. Black, K. Haskin, R. Wells, A. Boatman, R. Meyers, D Robinson BACK ROW Coach
Charles Winkles, A. Akin, S. Benda, D. Godwin, J. Kitch, J. Garner, D Wood F Hussfeldt M Richard
son, B. Gracy, Coach Gary Morgan. NOT PICTURED: G. Horton.
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NEXT YEAR LOOKS PROMISING FOR BASEBALL TEAM
Mustang's baseballers ended their season losing
only one member, a senior. They finished with a
5-9 record, winning almost every statistic in the
books except the score over the opponent. The
team's was . 240 compared to the opponent's . 230.
The scored 65 runs to the opponent's 75.
Leading hitter this year was Gary Horton who
ended with a . 349 batting average, while also
leading in runs batted in with ten. Leading scorer
for the Bronchos was James Garner, who crossed the
plate twelve times during the year.
Leading workhorse for the mound corps was Dan-
ny Godwin who pitched fifty-eight innings while
posting a 3-7 record. Next, was Donnie Robinson
who went seventeen innings and finished 1-l on the
year. Fred Hussfeldt, the other pitcher, threw
thirteen innings while also finishing 1-1.
Other players and their seasonal batting averages
are as follows: Donnie Robinson . 297. James Garn-
er . 279, James Garner .286, Steve Benda .279,
Alan Boatman .273, Kenny Haskins .250, Jim
Kitch .2l2, Fred Hussfeldt . 200, Randall Wells
. 188, Danny Godwin . 050, Russell Myers . 167.
Kenny Haskin comes across with a score for the
James Garner takes a good cut at the ball in game against Harrah.
TURNER FUNERAL HOME
HIGH SCHOOL TRACKSTERS COMPLETE FIRST YEAR
Bill Dillard jumps hurdles. RELAY TEAM: G. Bejcek, B. Bassett, S. Loper, T, Haskin
HIGH SCHOOL TRACK TEAM: Coach Bob Smith, Mike Tompkins, Steve Loper, Carl Hilburn, Grant Bejcek
Toby Haskin, Bill Dillard, Robin Davidson, Butch Bassett, Tim Wells, James Benge, Bob McDowell Glen
Payne, Marvin Hambrook.
MUSTANG MEDICAL CENTER
JUNIOR HIGH ROADSTERS WIN TROPHY
FRONT ROW: L. Parsons, G. Nyquist, S. Nelms, G. Holleyman, R. Smith, S. Franks, D.
Dunn. SECOND ROW: Manager, M. Smith, G. Roberson, B. Hert, S. Bradford, J. Jeffries,
E. Blaney, E. Hilton, R. Terrell, M. Benge, F. Avila, B. Mengers, B. Smith, W. Krivanik,
Glen Collins, B. Yount, L. Crofford, Coach Smith.
Wayne Krivanik heaves shot during meet.
SPRINTERS: L. Crofford, E. Blaney, S. Bradford, D. Jefferies
Courtesy of Courtesy of
RAINBOW CLEANERS KIMBELLS WHOLESALE
Yukon, Okla. Yukon. Okla-
WRESTLERS MAKE UP FIRST YEAR
Coach Bob Smith, R. Wells, M. Tompkins, V. VanBuskirk, M. Hambrook, B. McDowell, B. Bas-
sett, R. Davidson, J. Benge, T. Haskin, M. Drake, L, Detar.
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