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Page 5 text:
Take a look at Owasso High School
and on the outside you will see a school
like most any other school. But a
school is more than the building itselzi-
a school is made great by the people
inside. This was especially true at
Owasso High School. At OHS, the
faculty and students worked together
to create an atmosphere of spirit and
fun withoutlosing an effective educa-
The students of Owasso High School
took pride in everything from school
work to athletics and extracurricular
activities. This year spirit and pride
showed through in several ways. OHS
had a great football season and the
girls' basketball team went to the state
play-offs. The student body worked
hard in the annual can food drive to
raise over 13,000 cans. They also
overcame their fears of needles to
make the blood drive a hugh success.
Pep assemblies were rarely dull and
class competition was always taken
seriously. The Pride of Owasso made
an excellent showing in the Rose Bowl
Parade showing their talents and
creating pride within the community.
Vwthout the cooperation of the faculty,
none of these events could ha ve taken
place. Class sponsors worked hard to
attain the goals set for each class. Club
Sponsors planned trips and ceremon-
ies to make their organizations the best
they could be. Teachers supported
special events such as dress-up days
and pep assemblies. Mr. Dossett and
Mr. Krafft allowed these events to take
place and made sure everything ran
The people made the school great and
made memories that would last forever.
They showed pride in everything they
did and put forth their best effort to
make the best showing they could
make. They focused on success and
made OHS the best.
Page 7 text:
it was a coo! night on October hfth, the
sprinkles of rain had ceased and the
crowd was gathering to watch the
crowning of the 1984-85 Homecoming
queen. Homecoming week began with
a footbaii dress-up day and door
decorations, red and white day and a
dress nice day at school. Seniors spent
their weeicnights decorating the Senior
iicat for the Homecoming Parade.
Spirits were high throughout the week
as footbali players, cheerieaders and
fans dreamed of a Homecoming victory
against the East Centra! Cardinals.
Finafqf, ' the "big" night came. The
football players cieared the fieid after
warm-up and the Pride of Owasso
Marching Band marched onto the field.
The corvettes on the side lines started
their engines as the nervous attendants
sat waiting to be introduced to the
footoail crowd. After the attendants
were introduced and on tne field, the
time came to announce the 1984-85
Homecoming queeng "The 1984-85
Homecoming queen is . . . Miss Cassie
Ames!" The crowd applauded as the
queen was crowned and kissed.
Lines of excited fans stood on the Herd
to heto 'fron-in " the Gwasso Rams. The
Rams ran onto the held and went on
to gain their first win of the season
against East Central. After the game,
Cwasso students went to the
Homecoming Party, sponsored by the
Student Council, and ended the even-
ing by partying with the rock band,
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