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Whether it was participating in school
activities or just running around with
OHS students were always
involved in having a good time. The
students had meetings, parties, fund-
raisers and other activities that kept them
busy all year. Even the teachers got into
the act, as a few of them went to the Neil
Many of the sophomores began to
participate in activities, thanks to Drivers
Education and that "Golden Age" of
sixteen. But the juniors had only to look
forward to class rings and becoming
seniors. The seniors always worked
together as a class, whether it was
winning the class competition at a pep
assembly, participating in the canned
food drive, or putting their efforts into the
senior float for the Homecoming Parade.
They, along with the school organization
kept everything moving right along and
helped us all to have a fine year.
As always, part of the fun was running,
to McDonald's or Omie 's as those 30
minutes of lunch just flew by. Another all
time favorite was stopping to get a
hamburger after a basketball game with
Friends are a big part of every high
school students life, especially during the
senior year. They make the different
events and parues we attend more
enjoyable. Vwthout friends high school
life just wouldn't be the same. No matter
what the future brings, we will remember
the people we 've known and the places
Page 11 text:
Owasso High School students had
pride in all that was done this year.
During pep assemblies, sophomores,
juniors, and the seniors yelled their
victory cries and everyone knew we
meant business. All the classes won
the spirit stick at feast one time. The
seniors, of course, came above all by
winning seven out of ten. lt was
important to our student body that we
pepped up our players, whether they
participated in football, basketball,
wrestling, track or any other sport, we
wanted them to know that they had our
During homecoming week the pride in
our students showed through the
activities in which they participated.
The door decorating contest took a lot
of time out of class, but yet, when the
doors were done the main focus was
on winning. Miss Campbells French ll
class was the winner of the contest.
There were many good doors and Mrs.
Payne's second hour received an
Our students also liked to dress up to
show their never ending pride and
spirit. Ciash day was a day where they
all wore clothes that didn 't match. Even
though they looked outrageous, they
still cheered for the number one team:
The Owasso Rams!
There were many other days that we
dressed up. The one activity that had
become a fashion this year at OHS,
was painting our faces red and white,
and sometimes black. Many ofthe guys
even carried this "fad" through the
basketball season, letting the team
know they were behind them 100'M,. All
in all the students are proud of their
school and it definitely showed through
our smiles and achievements that were
made this year.
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