Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK)
- Class of 1978
Page 1 of 286
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 286 of the 1978 volume:
C.E. Donart High School
1224 North Husband
1-..... ,W W.
,H . . Vfttnnwymm
,M . ,,,, W
Table of Contents
During your stay here at C.E. Donart High
School you will find that our traditions of
academic and moral excellence are the
highest possible. You will also learn not
to believe everything that you read.
Nevertheless, our school receives you
' ' 'ar
'TfTTO-ITS hhopesfoi I
outstanding year. Failing that, and so
long as you don't park in a Visitor's space
in the parking lot, everything should be
just fine and dandy.
We feel that it is very important that
you attend school regularly. While
this plan is not perfect, neither is
life. As an added inducement for
you to acheive this goal we have a
semestertest exemption policy that
we hope will encourage you to put
your best foot forward.
Unfortunately, missing class due to
athIete's foot does not count as an
Be proud of your school!
As a school citizen you are expected
to act like a high school student.
However, please try to curb such
impulses as much as possible. You
will learn necessary and useful skills
for the future. You might even get
something out of your classes. If you
are a new student to C.E. Donart, you
may find some things unfamiliar at
first, but you will soon realize that
there is nothing you can do about it.
X I 1
X, - Nw: ,MQ
, 1 - A535-1 H:j'5fjj5q'L ' ,
- :www ff Q1
. gg asv!-N5 2 2 Q It
QE' r x QT., f .,
A . Q -rg
Q I w ' X --vi ' g
5 O Y- X Fla '
'V 33' . -
- A , A -9f6fff ' 'L.M?4 ' ,,,,, , A,, 1 M QJ,.- .... ----A ..
, I J ,,zg.:m , . ...
1, ,A V Y, A '
Q 1... 4
Y, m .
T 55235 y '
- -V1 f x ' ,Y +"A"""
-5 J " 1 "N3s'IQ:i-Rl' 'x M-
' "W ' 'K1F'-Az'-'mgf 'H
Our presentation this evening
has been "The Class of '78" star-
ring Groucho Marx, Robert Red-
ford, the Mormon Tabernacle
Choir, and a cast of 347. lt was
presented by C.E. Donart High
School in cooperation with the
City of Stillwater and several
dozen pizza parlors, fast food op-
erations, and associated enter-
The original story was taken
from a morality play of the late
15th century by an obscure monk
who shaved his head and had
strange dreams. The screenplay
was written by a romantic poet
who was in between affairs and
had nothing better to do at the
Dance scenes in the second act
were choreographed by the entire
cit5LoLB . r
thanks to the Pioneer Marching
Band for spelling out the zip code
in formation while playing La
Cucharache at double-time.
Costumes were provided by the
Levi-Strauss Company and 30
packages of very strong bleach.
Sets were designed and built to
the scale of the actual C.E. Donart
High School on location in the
This release was filmed in living
color, which was later killed and
mounted for your viewing plea-
sure. Any resemblance between
this work of fiction and the actual
reality which it was modeled after
is purely coincidental.
The production was directed by
sheer desperation and produced
in utter confusion. We would like
to thank all involved with the film-
ing, especially the short bald man
in the green suit sitting on the
front row. We couldn't have done
it without you.
Lo rrice Adkins
Marion Ag new
James And rews
f N , QIONEERQ
1 ,, Ag'
is ' H
:-, , f - I ,W ,
Patti Page and Beth Beck display their style of senior
enthusiasm at a Pioneer football game.
'Evil' .-Q - - p a,-,, I.
QM? ii,ti 1 ilifhtx
P a es '-'ff'
' - Steve Collyar
:V L. ' X Celeste Convertino
, -- - N f Michael Cook
' " A U' ' David Cornforth
5, f Richard Floyd
-1 .N-4' Y
"Yes, but will anyone be able to appreciate true art?" is
the question asked by Murphy, Chesbro, and Bode.
Mary Helen Harper
Cindy Baucom expresses her attitude at enrollment.
Randy Hornberger , A
Tom, Tom and Raymond take it easy at lunch.
Dana Pallard J Weeks begins senior masterpiece
or o .Y., M ap- -
Lance Duke and Rikki Norgaard tie the knot as Jeff Lawson Officiates.
Sherri Lynn Williams
Testing: One, Two, Three . . .
Eeeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe. . .Am l on
yet? . . .Oh . . .Teachers, please ex-
cuse the following brief announce-
ment: The Junior Class in its continu-
ing drive for the first all-denim prom
will be selling souvenier mugs in the
T-hall today thru May 24, 1978. These
handsome, durable glasses are spe-
cially printed with the school motto,
uncensored and with all the shocking
details for the first time in paperback,
school song, school creed, whatever it
is, and school mascot, paper training
Yes, now is the time for you to stand
up and be counted as one who sup-
ports fhe futTlity ancVvain struggle of
life. And, for a limited time only, with
the purchase of three or more mugs,
we will give you free the Junior Class
officer of your choice.
And, if you've already bought a
number of mugs and are still gullible
enough to want to give more we cer-
tainly have no qualms about reselling
an item already paid for. We think that
the Class of '79 is probably one of the
greatest in the long tradition of C.E.
Donart High School. In a nutshell: Pay
up or we're going to break all of your
fingers - slowly.
One final announcement: The
prayer vigil for the Junior Class Trea-
surer has been rescheduled for 8:00
tomorrow evening. Thank you for your
support and remember, your donation
may be the one which allows this poor,
afflicted class to walk again among the
sunshine and daisies.
l ,E W if S
u ' viz ,-aw 1-:H 1 -.
we-aff 1 , . .,t-
5 n 4 Jini
,K ii, N
iv Q -v 9,5 ,,
, f1sg:g.,,gv 'wg ..
i f ,1 Eiizo
Junior Chris Ness teaches one of his
little friends a new trick.
Y -.. X
Karen eyes the boys, Kelly watches the camera.
1 ' wha
vm " X-
Ma Kraybill warns Kelly to be careful in Homecoming parade.
,uf a Sy
iq .Qi-37 . EW -I
of my aaa if 4
4-Q . QA 1 Q ,Q gy
QA was '
1 T i
Enthusiasm is shown at a football game.
klL . A
All right. Everybody in the cars.
This being your first day of Driver's
Ed we'll go over some of the basic
fundamentals involved in the suc-
cessfull operation of a motor vehicle. I
see that most of you here are sopho-
mores, so let's start with the key. Place
it in the keyhole, keeping your left
hand on the steering wheel, your right
foot on the brake, your left foot six in-
ches from the emergency brake, with
your eyes firmly glued to the sign
placed directly above the rear view
mirror which reads: "Screw up and l'll
Now, turn the key and press lightly
on the accelerator. Use your foot in
this operation. lf there is a buzz, it
means that you have forgotten to fas-
ten your seat belt. lf your belt is fas-
tened and the buzz persists, it means
that your car will self-destruct in five
seconds.This is equivalenfto E64 on
your final test.
Next, place both feet and the spare
tire firmly on the brake. Carefully put
the car into Drive. Take a very deep
breath. Relax. ln a few short moments
you will take the lives of your fellow
students into your extremely inexperi-
enced hands. Don't be nervous. Most
fatal accidents occur between the
hours of 11:30 and 1:45. It is now
12:24. Begin driving.
As you SLOWLY circle the course
note the lines running down the sides
ofthe road. A little beyond these lines
is a five-foot deep ditch. Do not look at
the ditch. lt would only serve to dis-
tract your attention from the series of
barrels placed at five-foot intervals be-
tween which you are to manuever your
car. When you have completed the ob-
stacle course stop at the brick wall. Do
not proceed through it as you would a
At my signal form up into an orderly
line, each car three and one half feet
apart, and practice quick stops. l wish
all of you good luck. This has been a
Billie Jo Dickens
. Sherri Hadley
Jean Ann Jaynes
Sophomores LeNell Kelly, and Lee Ann Reid wa
passionately at the skating party.
Lee Ann Reid
Laureen Reybu rn
Clay Sales -
Kay Lynn Treat
Mary Faith Wheatley
5 i e 2 'i mg
La r ry J u kes
,,. Q f
Congratulations. You have made it
to that proverbial first rung of the
figurative ladder, that symbolic foot of
the mythical mountain, the very base
of the very base dung heap. Sad as it
may seem you have, albeit unwittingly,
become a freshman. Alas for those
golden days of the past, three long
months ago, when you were an eighth
grader among sixths and sevenths, a
giant among barely visible microor-
ganisms, when all was right with
America and the World. Yea, how the
mighty have fallen.
But I say, yet again, nothing, particu-
larly lunch and the five minute break,
lasts forever. While there is still life
there is hope and, inevitably, a sock
hop after the game. We must have
faithgfor without faith what would
there be but chaos and confusion ancV
the morning announcements? To-
gether, ever onward through the
seething crowds of tormented souls
trying to get to their lockers and back
to class before the bell rings, we shall
plunge into the teeth of the battle and,
with divine guidance, achieve great
things. Perhaps even to one day park
unnoticed in the visitors' section.
Such is the manner in which time
flows forward as surely as the waters
of the sea promptly evacuate the pre-
mises at 3:15. Woe be unto those
without the eyesight or the ambition to
mark and wait upon the inexplicable
miracle of the passage of the hours.
And so to the concluding notes.
Each day is the dawn of a new adven-
ture. Each adventure the promise of a
new sensation, a different outlook
upon the face and measure of knowl-
edge. Oh, to be young again and a par-
ticipant in this glorious exercise.
Then, again, it could be worse.
Robin Janelle Castoe
.... .41 'F'
School spirit and morale are high for the class of 81.
4 "1 "N if
An na Jo Harkleroad
Enrollment is new and sometimes confusing for the freshmen.
Terry Lynn Maughan
K ik? 'gk Q may
. a.a.w.4skx M?" ' r
Freshmen are herded into position for their class picture
Steve Van Doren
at-is 'Q' '87 I ,
1. FRONT ROW: Katherine Jacob, Robert Farmer,
Elizabeth Shindell, Robert Hale. BACK ROW: Harold 2. LEFT: Vicki Grimes, Director of Food Services
Sare, James Baker, Gerald Bradshaw, Gilbert ABOVE: Jack Johnson, Director of Supportive
Criswell, John Hunt. Services.
EEE Q 523-P1636
Race Prlnclpal Gerald Mastin
lstant Prlnclpal 2 Clarence
ault Attendance Officer 3
nna Armstrong Gladys Holt
e Roark, Sherry Nauman Merle
nesg Office Personnel. 4. Sherry
is, Paulette Kraybill, Jeanette
ar, Mary Sue Butler, Bob
adayg Guidance Personnel.
lan Jack, Assistant Principalg
K . , . . : Y
n , ' n ' . .
L 1 7
1. David Silver, Englishg 3. Wanda Earnest,
Englishg 5. Jo Lunsford, English.
2 A L-J .3 , V5.5
kykx' '- if k
'1r- 1' .
. ....n 'sir K .X
gi ? 0 '
I ci ' L I A
ar' ' -It
. ... L 3 4 ...rr2li. ,-f-. V
. Vgir' I igzi E
s iiii E .....
2. Madge Emerick, Engiishg 4. Mary Meritt
Englishg 6. Susan Custer, English.
.Renate Stanton, Englishg 3. Richard Lemler,
nglishg 5. Sandra Brown, English.
2. Elizabeth Stewart, Englishg 4. Charles
Chessmore, Englishg 6. Nedra Segail, English
1. Marjory Jones, Journalism, Englishg 2. Sara
Chappell, Home EC., 3. Mary Jo Drummond, Home
EC., 4. Arlene Chapman, Library, 5. Snenista
Speech 3 Juliana
Latin 4 Vicki Maxwell,
5 Barbara Burt Lucille
oodner, Cleo Sebring,
e Clark, French,I2. Kim
'N E A' S?
W e f i ::.f
see S s l he
'A I QALL -Ax 'N i' 'P 'NEQP ir' Ks. ,. .gffiif .. '..g:.4 Fi :IW ' 1"
1. Kim Cowherd, Math, 3. Glen Hughes, Mathg 4. 2. Rosetta Silver, Mathg 5. Delbert Duy, Math
Carol Bischoff, Math.
1. Sue Ann Hoffman, Business Mathg 3. Bob 2. Helen Foster, Mathg 4. Jim Kerwin, Drivers
Schenandoah, Drivers Ed.g 5. Sharon Wade, Ed.g 6. Betty Fryrear, Art.
:xg-Q,ggg,:..ff-,ggi , J'
, .rir '
M' ff QW-!"""'w.f'
.. -:tiff If . WU!-Tis,
-f -..-...W ....,f----..1'T .. . -a,.. ,. ., .. . -:- t
off:-'-'-if-wb-'::ru-f , ii ,
""'lL'3 Q'f:::.'-23,5-'iiirz X'-We jf,
i my .,a
.N . i
K , . H -"-'
1. Harvey Brooks, D.E.g 3. Ernie Wise, Shopg 5. 2. Dale Weathers, Shopg 4. Ken Sutton,
Janetta Loper, Typing and Accounting. Mechanical Drawingg 6. Euphemia Griffith
. '.-1 .J
1. David Hoy, Vo. Ag.g 3. Mike Wenger, Bandg 5. 2. Lynda Kelly, PsycnfSoc.g 4. Gayla Foster, Music
Steve Maison, Music. 6. Jeff Jones, Orchestra.
' L 9
1. Bud Osborn, Biology: 3. Bud Mahnken, Biology, 2. Marilyn Deal, Scienceg 4. Jack Schroeder
Swimmingg 5. Dean Oshel, Physical Science. Chemistry, Physics.
- .... hs... s Y , W ....Q,.M .
Q . , . .
o h..o . . "
" .. '
1. Pam Fajen, Readlngg 3. Bob Oldham, 2. Emily Spillman, Readingg 4. Larry Wilkey, Boys
Physiology, Gymnasticsg 5. Tom Dearinger, Ath., Ok. Historyg 6. Earl Boyer, Health, Boys and
Healthg Boys Ath. Girl's Ath.
1. Phyllis Doty, Girls Athg Marcus Jones, Boys Athg 2. Nelda Helt, Am. History, World Geography, 4
3. Flon Disel, Ok. History, 5. Jim Hensen, Am. Rod Warner, Am. History, 6. Alger Flood, Am.
1. Ted Waterfall, Am. History, World Historyg 2.
Bonnie Stout, Am. Political Behaviorg 3. Harley
Miller, Custodiang 4. Virginia Turvey, Nurseg 5.
Helen Johnson, Audio Visual Aide.
pf 15 Y
7-'., k ffxi -
K 3? kg,
I is - my
L When in the course of human
events, it becomes necessary for one
people to meet third hour and argue
amongst themselves, and to assume
among the powers of the Earth that of
overseer of the Student Store and
seller of coke during free periods to
which the Laws of Nature entitle them,
T Jis a decent respect to the opinions of
at mankind requires that they should
report at least once a week to the
Melissa Bennett and Bruce Donavan show their skill
with a frisbee at the watermelon feed.
5 ,' M .. '
FRONT ROW: Leslie Ness, Ruthie Morgan, Kay Oltmanns, LeLe Murphy, Kathy Lawson, Mary Rice, Jan Bouchard, Pam Ward,
Tracy Babb. SECOND ROW: Missy McCollom, Tom Franzmann. THIRD ROW: Ms. Kelly, sponsor: Jan Bacon, Kelly Steichen,
Mike Daniel, Scott Shedrick. FOURTH ROW: Bruce Donavan, Melissa Bennett, Ken Krenz, Tim Lambert, John Murphy, Jim
Hardick, Steven Shedrick. BACK ROW: Stuart Butler, Johnny Bayless, Mark Lambert, Preston McCollom, Doug Chesbro. Not
pictured: Mrs. Meritt, sponsor: Tami Barnes, Michelle Slovak, Steve Lindsey.
Anyone for Zebra Zapping? The zebra hunt was held by STUCO.
We hold these truths to be self-evident,
that all programs, movies, and dances are
created equal. lt's just that some cost
more than others. That all fund drives are
endowed with certain inalienable rights,
among which are apathy, lack of support,
and class competition inevitably won by
Steve Lindsey shows his talent at the watermelon
seed spitting contest.
Members listen intently during their STUCO class.
We, therefore, the
representatives of the
student body of C.E.
Donart High School in
assembled do declare
that these doughnuts are,
and of a right ought to be,
156 a piece and 40gt for
three. And forthe support
of this declaration, with a
firm reliance on the
obvious intelligence of
the electorate, we
mutually pledge our
Official Notebooks, our
Sunday Afternoons, and
our sacred Lunch
Mary Rice, Pam Ward and Ken Krenz make Stu-
dent Identification cards.
PRESIDENTS COUNCIL is a small
group made up of all club presidents.
We could think of not one iota of
satirical material to write about a
group of people who work very hard to
try and Coordinate the activities of Stuart Butler, Donna Hutchison and Leca Bode I
Some 30 or more OFQHNIZHTIODS. ten to detail for Christmas parties.
FRONT ROW: Donna Wald, FHAQ Jenny Jobe, Donart Dudesg Kari Henderson, Spanish, Jan Bouchard, National Honor, Maw
French, Johnny Bayless, Sophomore, Leigh Hendrix, Flag Girls, Mary Jewett, Y8tG. SECOND ROW: Steve Lindsey, Senior, FCA'
Bernhardtg Sara Bokorney, Cheerleadersg Ken Krenz, Art, Tom Franrzmanng Tim Lambert, Pres. Council, Sandy DeVries, State
BACK ROW: Susan Shelton, Orchestra, Leca Bode, DECAg Rikki Norgaard, Matmaidsg Randy Mattox, Donart Dudes, Tim
S-Clubg Todd Brumfield, Thespiansg George Lea, Artg LeLe Murphy, STUCOQ Craig Stunkel, Mu Alpha Theta: Not pictured:
Butler, Freshman, Carolyn Jones, GVCg Helen Fulgenzi, Twirlersg Mark Costley, Science.
despite rumours to the
contrary, is not a 12' x 6'
piece of plywood. It is,
however, composed of
students from all four
grade levels, which is not
to say that they've all
been ground up to make
a table or anything, but
rather to meet in an
informal atmosphere to
ie Baker and Alan Knust discuss problems CHSCUSS Complaints and
other SSB members. problems of the students.
ONT BOW: Heather McMurphy, Helen Fulgenzi, Mary Rice, LeLe Murphy, Jami Baker, Karen Blakely, Tom Goodwin, Gay Johnson.
COND ROW: Bruce Donavan, Kim Sloggett, Jan Bouchard, Johnny Bayless, Anna Jo Harkleroad, Andy Pride, Tom Mac, Greg Rusco.
CK ROW: Mr. Rice, Mark Tower, Andy McCormick, Todd Brumfield, Earl Mitchell, Alan Knust, Julie Baker, Scott Ingham, Steve
itton, Kevin Grove. '
Julie Evans and others
sort through the candy
canes during the Y8lG
candy cane express.
FRONT ROW: Leigh Hendrix, Kay Oltmanns, TaVee Paine, Carolyn Leach, Sec.: Mary Jewett, Pres., LeLe Murphy, Vice Pres., Ken Kren
Treasurer: Sherilyn Stout, Tom Goodwin, Nelda Helt, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Andrea Meinhart, Kathy Steichen, Kelly Steichen, J
Bacon, Tammy Varnum, Karen Roth, Melinda Shideler, Julie Evans, Neil Sandvold, Susan Stunkel, Sandi Soergel, Jami Baker, Bry
Helm, Donna Bieri. THIRD ROW: Debbie Myers, Gaye Sharp, Becky Teague, Darce Rhea, Mary Rice, Mark Costley, Tom McGlamer
Mark Miller, Tim Sibley, Kevin Oltmanns, Malinda Vincent. FOURTH ROW: Jane Honska, Susan Shelton, Elizabeth Eubanks, Mar
Jackson, Greg Robinson, Anne Luebke, Dave Jelly, Craig Stunkel, Craig Bell, Charles McKissick, Charlie Foster, Roger Sharp, Jo
Peters, Julia Green, Kay Lynn Treat. BACK ROW: Steve Patton, Roland Schweitzer, Scott Ingham, Richard Faulk, Tom Maciula, Ste
Greer, Sara Bokorney, Joe Bolene, Johnny Bayless, Cheryl Logan, Paige Covington, Cindy Greenberg, Missy McCollum, Jennif
Jaynes, Malinda Powell. Not pictured: Susan Honska.
Draig Stunkel and Susan Honska head towards a meetin
President Mary Jewett will challenge any oppo-
nent to her bill to a debate.
The Sergeant at Arms contemplates her
tough job of silencing the minority.
Y8tG QYOUTH 8l GOVERNMENTJ is
the inventive combination of two
little used letters into an
organization with purpose and a
knack for little known dances. All of
this is combined with the YMCA to
participate in district and state
legislative meets which, like their
real-life counterparts, have very little
to do with the actual functioning of
the State of Oklahoma. Nevertheless,
these hardy individuals work hard at
their respective money-raising and
The NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY is
composed entirely of the top ten
percent of the Senior class. Innovation
and a progressive state of mind should
naturally be expected of such a group.
The club has chosen to pay tribute to
English teachers everywhere by
dropping the silent "H" in the word
Honor, thus creating the first chapter
of the National Oner Society in the
northern half of Payne county. Gifts were given ata NATIONAL HONOR party.
A a y
A A f I I f .
fi. if-M' if
FRONT ROW: Nancy Stratton, Leslie Ellis, Jan Bouchard, Pres., Mark Costley, Vice Pres., TaVee Paine, Sec.g Greg o, Tre
Jennifer Weeks, Laurie Dawkins. SECOND ROW: Eric Dellinger, Morris Foster, Ann Fulk, Dayna Wells, Jennifer Jones, Susan Honsk
LeLe Murphy, Brenda Knox, Sandi Stokes, Amy Simank, Margaret Cunningham, Kay Parcher. BACK ROW: Peter Koeppe, Prenti
Riddle, Steve Greer, Larry Schultz, Craig Stunkel, Jeff McMillan.
STATE HONOR is made up,
primarily, of those who manage to
pass English and also happen to
place in the top ten percent of their
class. lt's no accident then that their
sponsor is Mr. Chessmore and that
they spend most of their meetings
listening to speakers, and having
A voting decision receives enthusiastic participation. fun.
ROW: Laura Goodwin, Cecilee Colclasure, Tracy McNeil, Karen Luebke, Jerome Clark, Taj Ahmad, Mark Costley, Treasurer:
Weeks, Vice Pres.: Mary Jewett, Sec.: Mark Weber, Ken Krenz, Jenny Jaynes, Neil Sandvold. SECOND ROW: Paul Burchard,
Monnot, Steve VanDoren, Kevin Grove, Jan Bouchard, Janna Eslinger, Tami Phillips, Ann Bradshaw, Bryan Helm, Anne Luebke,
Henderson, Julie Evans, Lisa Orr, Julie Baker, Terri Douglas, Susan Miller, Laura Roberts, Donna Hutchison, Jami Baker, Susan
Sharon Stanners. THIRD ROW: Peter Shearer, Hutch Jobe, Steve Lewis, Greg Crabtree, Malinda Powell, Ellen Ross, Karen
Becky Eubanks, Laurie Mickle, Karen Blakely, Margaret Cunningham, Ramona Fox, Susan Shelton, Laurie Dawkins,
Knox, Larry Schultz, Karen Armstrong, Debbie Myers, Peggy Bush, Julia Green, Trina Swisher, Terry McHendry. FOURTH ROW:
Leach, Ruthie Morgan, Cheryl Logan, Jane-Anette Brown, Debra Raff, Brenda Hines, Necia Briggs, Loretta Cooper, Susan
Karen Weber, Nancy Faulk, Lani Vest, Marion Agnew, Robyn Gafford, TaVee Paine, Lynette Lee, Libby Milstead, Robert Wesley,
Lachelt, Craig Bell. FIFTH ROW: Lauren Sibley, Renee Frye, Diana Heppel, Scott Jones, Kenny Grace, Terry Carpenter, Kent Walker,
Collier, Cheri Henderson, Debbie Czarniecki, Marilyn Sauer, Doug Smola, Russ McCoIIough, Don Smola, Bruce Donavan,
eat, Steve Patton, Roland Schweitzer, Carl Bastion. BACK ROW: John Peters, Morris Foster, Kevin Oltmanns, Steve Greer,
Riddle, Peter Koeppe, Kay Oltmanns, Jenny Jobe, Elizabeth Murphy, Greg Rusco, Tom McGlamery, Clay Foster, Mark Schmal-
MU ALPHA THETA is not a strange
breed of cattle or the capital of South
Yemen. It is a group of math students
who, for some unknown reason,
can't get enough of the subject.
the nation are working around the
clock to find a cure for this
debilitating malady, some members
of the Stillwater chapter are even
beginning to like it. Many long hours
are spent in devising and perfecting
decorative exhibitions. The club's
ultimate goal is to excute a
fUH'l9nQth portrait Of Albert Einstein Members enjoy an ice cream party at Jenny Jobe's durin
in the Tournament of Roses Parade. the first weeks of School.
LIST OF MEMBERS: Susan Miller, Theres Burghorfer, Bryan Helem, Mike Roegner, Anne Luebke, Kay Lynn Treat, Julia Green, Tri
Swisher, Debbie Myers, Terry McHendry, Teymour Tavokali, Pumi Kanchinalakshana, Kenny Grace, Scott Jones, Linda Ward, Lisa O
Ann Bradshaw, Jim Jordan, Ramona Fox, Elizabeth Eubanks, Susan Shelton, Tom Maciula, Mark Weber, Jenny Jaynes, Jana Esling
Peter Shearer, Ken Krenz, Neil Sandvold, Susan Stunkel, Laurie Dawkins, Susan Honska, Tami Barnes, Jane Honska, Julie Evans, San
Henderson, Cindy Greenberg, Kari Henderson, Jan Bacon, Jon Lachelt, Donna Hutchison, Kemi Harris, Craig Bell, Tami Bell, Ftog
Sharp, John Peters, Curtis Treat, Kay Parcher, Amy Simank, Dave Jelley, Sara Bokorney, Julie Baker, Steve Moomaw, Larry Schulg
Elistoriang Prentiss Riddle, Treasurer, Jenny Jobe, Secretary, Sandy DeVries, Vice Pres.g Craig Stunkel, Presidentg Helen Fost
CHESS CLUB members wash cars,
clean up apartment complexes,
celebrate almost everything, play
Risk, Hearts, Canasta, and the
Kazoo, wear T-shirts, and meet once
a week. There is even a rumor that
occasionally they do once in a while
James Drumright concentrates with other members. play chess.
ONT ROW: Lyne Sipe, Marc Deal, Tony Harkleroad, Bryan Helm. SECOND ROW: Mark Weber, Terry
Hendry, Martha Abbott, Malinda Vincent. THIRD ROW: Johnny Jones, Robert Wesley, Peter Shearer,
an Gilliland. FOURTH ROW: Butch Davis, Rick Dermer, Justin Ballard, Curtis Wilson. FIFTH ROW: Debra
ff, Clay Foster, Sec.-Treas.g Roger Sharp, Sue Harvey. SIXTH ROW: Kevin Kiser, Ray Weston, Steve
eer, Jon Lachelt. BACK ROW: James Drumright, Vice Pres., Mark Sch malfeld, Pres.: Stuart Jackson, Ted
FRONT ROW: Scott Jones, Laura Frazier, Brad Barnes, Stuart Jackson, Mark Costley, Mark Weber. SECOND ROW:
Harkleroad, Neil Sandvold, Tami Bell, Debra Raff, Charmaine Deal, Tom Goodwin, Melanie Craighead, Kevin Kiser.
Bud Osborn, Robyn Qafford, Charlie Foster, Jo Acre, Russell McCulloh, Greg Rusco, Roger Sharp, Clay Foster, Jack
BACK ROW: Richard Roth, Bryan Helm, Brooke Pybus, Terry McHendry, Jeff Tabor, Marsh Jackson, Hutch Jobe.
Science club members are a new
breed of joiners. They don't have
officers, have very few meetings, and
lots of activities. They do manage,
though, to have fun by just belonging
to a group that can only be described
as different. The year is concluded
by a banquet and the remainder of
the summer is spent in regaining
yi Q fl
Science Club members express anxiety at the meeting
lONT ROW: Beth Teague, Susan Lindsey, Kim Jameson, Linda Kliesan. SECOND ROW: Linda Ellis, Brenda Going, Debbie Steele,
ierri Venable. THIRD ROW: Tammy Moss, Cathy Golloway. FOURTH ROW: Mark Scarbrough, Linda Land. FIFTH ROW: Todd
unfield, Randy Hill.
Library aides spend most of
ieir time helping people. So do
tomatic vending machines,
cept when they jam. But what
ts the library people apart,
ide from the fact that they
n't jam, is the way that they
it. How many times has the
rary really messed up? None.
hen was the last time you
Ent to pull a book from a shelf
d it wouldn't come out?
ever. Can the main office
atch this perfect record? Can
e Tampa Bay Buccaneers
ual this accomplishment?
tat all. The next time you go
the library, look around. lt's a
Linda Ellis and Sherri Venable busy themselves working on a
bulletin board in the library.
The highlight of Spanish club's year
was a spring trip to Mexico. Those
members who went spent a number of
weeks in preparation by eating tacos
and not drinking the water. Many also
spent much of their fourth and fifth
hours resting up for the traditional
Mexican siesta. There was also a
special seminar in the correct
response to Montezuma's revenge.
Other activities were parties
throughout the year, breaking pinatas,
Spanish Club members enjoy singing Christmas caro
and putting them back together again. in Spanish.
it.tii ttui ttt.,ttu . itttiit , itigt tittti ttti ,,i,,istt gtt ,iiiist ,iiiil
QM ggv Agg W 2:,,t , " A EE. fiitt g sii
FRONT ROW: Darlene Madden, Laura Goodwin, Dennicia Craft, Cheri Henderson, Mark Weber, Tracey Crockett, Kari Henders
Elizabeth Eubanks, Byron Gregory, Pam Ward, Corinna Wheller. SECOND ROW: Ann Jordan, Mary Lovell, Louise Braino, San
Henderson, Julie Evans, Collette Williams, Robin Castoe, Heidi Payne, Malinda Powell, Lee Freeman, Donna Bieri, Donna Arno
Suzie Britton, Karen Fowler, Sharla Ray, Paige Covington, Terry Carpenter, Taj Ahmad, Richard Roth. THIRD ROW: Andrea
Thomas, Susan Lindsey, Molly Rice, Missy Trotter, LeNelI Kelly, Traci Shindell, Laureen Sibley, Jean Ann Jaynes, Steve Redi
Mark Chitwood, Robert Pitts, Ray Weston, Lyne Sipe, Jay Reid, Mark Kargel, Ron Peterson, Kathy Miesner, Cindy Cole, Debb
Turner, Cindy Baucom, Amy Steen, Linda Land. FOURTH ROW: Daren Mitchell, Jane Badger, TaVee Paine, Stephanie Miller,
Michelle Frank, Steve Roberts, Mary Faith Wheatley, Evan Todd, John Russell, Tim Moore, Jane Brown, Wanda Stinson, Gail
Cooper, Kathy Hager, Karen Weber, Nana Khaze, Erica Miller, Steve Nelson, Todd Hatchett, Greg Robinson, Marty Stone, Ther
Smith, Johnny Jones, Sandre Dueuos, Chris Smith, Scott Jones, Sandra Ruiz, Annabell Hiranda. LAST ROW: Terry Maughan, J
Bouchard, Stephen Newlin, David Kincannon, Richard Faulk, Tom Ray, Victoria J. Maxwell, Sandi Stokes, Prentiss Riddle, Robe
Bearry, Leah Kelley, Dana Pollard, Cindy Greenberg.
LONT ROW: Jana Cooksey, Mary Rice, Linda Ward, Dan Mueggenborg, Peter Shearer. SECOND ROW: Theres Burgdorfer,
nabell Miranda, Susan Morton, Anita Adams, Jennifer Jones, Bryan Helm, Mark Deal, Scott Jones, Jon Lachelt, Jack Carrefix,
eve VanDoren. THIRD ROW: Monabbaty Hengameli, Francisco Miranda, Andy Clemons, Sandra Ruiz, Becky Bayless, Charmaine
al, Jonice Osborn, Steve Lewis, Grey Crabtree, David Jones. LAST ROW: Madame Clarke, Lynette Griffith, Clay Foster, Carla
yer, Mary Jewett, Ellen Ross, Karen Broemeling, Tony Harkleroad, Libby Milstead, Yvette Acord. Not Pictured: Cindy Russel,
chelle Turner, David Steural, Janet Trompler, Jim Partin.
French club is very similar to a
ssed salad. There are a lot of
ings mixed up in it, but only one
nd of dressing. Although
embers do not walk around
th labels identifying themselves
s either tomato, lettuce, or
irlic, they do express
emselves in activities. For those
10 like to eat, most of the
embers of the club, there are
ench restaurants and home
ade creme puffs. And for
'eryone else there is Charles
eGauIle. Learning through
'ing the language is a big part of
e group's activities. After all, a
ste for snails is very much an
Mrs. Clark lights up the flame to start the French Club dinner.
. , I, f I, s ,
- , f . K
FRONT ROW: Carolyn Leach, Kenny Grace, Neil Sandvold, Page Provence, Nancy Vincent, Tim McCormick. SECOND BOW: Brya-
Helm, Mark Deal, Craig Wood, Jenny Jaynes, Josephine Doaks, Karen Luebke, Julie Carr, Debbie Zarniecki. THIRD ROW: Lesl
Ellis, Trina Swisher, Julia Green, Debbie Myers, Kay Lynn Treat, T.J. Mills, Kim Kirn, Martha Phillips, Linda Clay, Susan Pancie
Steve Patton, Janet Leach. BACK ROW: Mrs. Moomaw, Brooke Pybus, Andy McCormick, Craig Stunkel, Jonice Osborn, Joey Do
Sara Carlson, Tracy Kirkus, Ann Eisenbraun, Tom Goodwin, Ken Krenz, Chris Reding, Susan Shelton, Flamona Fox, Marga
Cunningham, Marilyn Saver, Teri Allen, George Middlemist.
Latin Club is dedicated to the
preposition that the language of Rome
is not dead, only slumbering very
deeply in an otherwise indifferent
world. Latin has, indeed, provided us
with a number of things without which
we would all be the poorer. Who, for
instance, will ever completely forget
Charleston Heston in Ben Hur? Or Rex
Harrison dying on the steps of the
Roman Senate? One of the unique
things about Latin Club is its practice
of reviving and reliving Roman
traditions. After several fasts and
banquets they've shown that a -
language 'S OVWIY as de?d 35 the Wal! Neil Sanvold and Craig Woods exchange greetings
it's treated, at least until the next test. Latin at one ofthe Latin Club meetings.
-'oup whose activities belong very much
BONT BOW: Don Silvers, Barbara Cavett, Larry Jacob, Steve Beck, Steve Collyar, Frank Parker. BACK
W: David Hoy, Sponsor.
The Future Farmers of America is a
the present tense. What with plowing
e north forty, slopping the hogs, milking
e cows, watching the price of wheat fall,
d entering judging contests all overthe
ate there wouIdn't seem to be much
e for getting together to just meet like
y other club. However, they do find
e, adding greased pig chases, hayrack
es, the modeling of burlap bag shirts,
rse shoe pitching, and barrel riding to
alreadl' Crowded list- And without the Karen LeGrand was selected asthe FFA Sweetheart
ts, it all just wouldn't be the same. forthe 1977-1978 year.
l U. o
Kelly Hoffman does his fhing.
Susan Hatfield's had enough of shoe polishing.
Jeff Borland rides 'um high
cn D E
21:71 5-5 ,
. 5 ,I-C
0 Q ,532
-O :DCD C
-3 -I'3 .
.- .Q -am
O Img ,
cn mv: ,wx
CUC.: ' ,X
.QL -UL ,
cn E5 O
0 ..."'.1 '
-f - 'o
ur S :E
FHA-FRONT ROW: Janice Avants, Devotional Officer: Debbie Ryan, Parl.g Lori Nicholson, Reporter: Shelley Carrier, Vice Pres. of
Projects: Donna Wald, Pres., Kim Jameson, Vice Pres. of Programs: Connie Murrell, Sec., Sandy Lucas, Treas., Shelly Manning,
Rec. 8t Music Chair. SECOND ROW: Terri Gaines, Cindy Ellis, Sherri Hadley, Ruth Osborn, Peggy Bush, Jeanetta Bowen, Almed
Huff, Carrie Patton, Carla Leaghty, Debbie Lucas, Charmaine Deal. THIRD ROW: Beverly Gottfried, Robin Castol, Cindy Dudley
LeeAnn Reid, Shawn Kelly, Debbie Sneed, Theresa Nasalroad, Kathy Steichen, Kim Colasacco, Sheri Reathaford, Sue Harvey.
FOURTH ROW: Tanya Thais, Lynn Maxwell, Jeannie Cramer, Lisa Sheilds, Darla Givens, Anita Gaither, Anita McBroom, Susie
Chehrehgosha, Alana Brown. FIFTH ROW: Pauletta Bowen, Denise Ingram, Theresa Hodson, Anita Adams, Debbie Smith, Soray
Ahmad, Susie Moomaw, Necia Briggs. LAST ROW: Cynthia Sneary, Sharon Richardson, Beth Teague, Elane Cheatham, Shelly
King, Dawn Bunch, Lynette Lee, Bonita Sanders.
The FUTURE HOMEMAKERS of
AMERICA take on thetpractical side of
living, from how not to burn boiled
potatoes to how to fix a stopped up drain
They also manage to find time for other
activities that don't involve pots and pan
or plumbers' helpers. Their concerns ar
not totally exclusive of the homemaker,
by herself, and a part of theirtime is spen
on self improvement. They are a very
active group, with a very definite goal.
Eat, Drink and be merry is Jeannie Cramer's
Ruth Osborn seems to be enjoying Sandy Lucas looks dazed while taking
herself in the chow line. part in an activity.
Cqnnie Murrell, FHA's sec. smile
As if a class and a part-time job weren't
nough, DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION
tudents also have a club, connected to a
ational organization, conventions,
onferences, seminars, and other assorted
nd sundary convocations. Here in
tillwater, they hold meetings and banquets,
:ke on extra jobs such as designing the
usical program, and annually select a
ueen. Throughout all of this, the qualities of
Eladership and enterprise are stressed in
eory and practice. This relationship of
Iasstime and freetime, which doesn't Dale Sorrell plays Santa Claus for
sually end up so free, is unique. picture-taking at Walmart.
ECA members absorb information on how to be good businessmen and women.
RODEO TEAM members fall down alot unflinching optimism, every time thej
and when they aren't on the floor of some mount a bronc and carry on their heads 2
arena, the treatment they're getting from S50 hat. To many of them, Rodeo is
some horse or bull says alot for raising s mbol of their wa of life and the bru
Y Y ,
goldfish. These pioneers show an and broken bones a symbol of
Mike Mecklenburg, Pres.g Joey Bivin, Songleaderg Connie Murrell, Sec.: Marsha Reynolds, Reporterg Brent Westermen, Vice
Linda Kliesen, Treas.
Rodeo Team members take it easy during a long meeting.
Team members take time from their busy lives to relax and
by the wagon.
1 'E' if
ROW: Mike Mecklenburg, Pres.: Brent Westermen, Vice Pres., Linda Kliesen, Treas.g Connie Murrell, Sec., Marsha Reynolds,
SECOND ROW: Tom Whitney, Mike Moody, Brain VanWinkIe, Brenda Going, Sherri Venable, Linda Ellis. LAST ROW: Frank
Dana Kifer, Mike Lunsford, Randy Hesser, Theresa Naslroad, Don McHendry, Darilyn Mecklenburg, Joey Bivins, Cindy
The FELLOWSHIP of CHRISTIAN
ATHELETES involves more than sports and
other than the usual club activity. The group
meets twice a week, and has a definite
program and objective. lt's one of the larger
clubs at Donart and one of the most visible in
running concession stands and participating
in special school activities. There is a bond
among these people that extends the is
fellowship beyond SCl'IOO.l and beyond the Stephanie Butler, a member of FCA, works on
high school years. club project.
FRONT ROW: Lori Goff, Adriane Mottola, Jennifer Coffey, Tracy McNeill, Karen Luebke, Dennicia Craft, Tish Razook, Catherine Coffe
Nancy Vincent, Candy Krieger. SECOND ROW: Julie Jefferies, Melanie Wright, Cheryl Williams, Leca Bode, Kari Goff, Rikki Norgaar
Linda Loper, Susan Miller, Stephanie Butler, Sandy Holland, Dana Pollard, Wendy Wildman, Christie Stewart, Rayna Whitner, Nik
Nichols, Laura Roberts, Gina Lambdin, Tracey Henderson. THIRD ROW: Andrea Lindsley, Cheryl Longan, Ruthie Morgan, Paige
Covington, Jean Jaynes, Mary Houston, Risa Anderson, Jenny Jaynes, Lori Overton, Pam Ward, Tracy Babb, Jeane Webb, Juanita
Simpson, Linda Herd, Lynette Lee, Sandy Jones, Becky Teague, Darci Rhea, Judith Hutson. FOURTH ROW: Donna Hutchison, M
Lovell, Jan Bacon, Jil Whitenack, Andrea Thomas, Melissa Bennett, Sara Bokorney, Carol Greenburg, Mary Wheatley,'Deti Ledbette
Julie Bilyeu, Starlyn Stanley, Renie Frye, Missy Trotter, Ann Seals, Kim Colasacco, Julie Baker, LeNeII Kelly, Darlene Madden, Ke
Bradley, Song-Leader: Diane Fisher, Songleader. SIXTH ROW: Doug Mitchell, Jeff Schatz, Dennis Courtright, Ryan Reid, Carl Bastio
David Jordan, Charlie McLaughlin, Lori Gunn, Jayne McCormick, Sandra Ruiz, Robin Hutison, Jerome Clark, Traci Shindell, Jeff Blac
Marty Grooms, Lauren Sibley, David S.M. Todd, Lee Ann Reid, Diana Heppel, Scott Borland, Sec., Scott Summers, V. Pres., Stev
Lindsey, Pres. SEVENTH ROW: Keith Colasacco, Dan Webb, Tom Maciula, Tim Sibley, Craig Stunkel, Terry Carpenter, Steve Gre
Larry Schultz, Anthony Curtis, Grant Webb, Tim Reid, Randy Mattox, Tim Scott, Tim Roark, Troy Enmeir, Jeff Rhoads, Jeff Watson, AI
Knust, Chris Roark, Rick McDermott. LAST ROW: Steven Shedrick, Russ Huneycutt, Allen Lamb, Jim Hardick, Jon Underwood, Bru
Robbins, Jim Nicholson, Abby Bilyeu, Earnest Jefferson.
GIRLS VARSITY is the female
counterpart to the 'S' Club. In a world of WS also an HTm0SDh9f9 Of
strength and size such as athletics, they companionship. At atime and place when
stand out not only in their achievements, girls' sports is just breaking the ice and
but also in being themselves. GVC is not taking 3 FUD at the prominence Of the
just locker room stories and the next boys, that feeling, and the quality ofthe
game. Donart group, is needed.
ONT ROW: Carolyn Jones, Pres.: Becky Teague, Vice Pres. SECOND ROW: Sandy Jones, Parl.: Carol Green, Treas.: Sara Bokorney,
c.: Darci Rhea, Hist. THIRD ROW: Lorrice Adkins, Linda Loper, Linda Perreira, Juanita Simpson. FOURTH ROW: Cheryl Williams,
elanie Wright, Toma Allen, Becky Devlin. FIFTH ROW: Page Provence, Laura Roberts, Coach Boyer, Susan Miller, Jamie Shepherd.
IXTH ROW: Wendy Wildman, Sherri Clow, Rayna Whitener, Sharon Stanners. LAST ROW: Darla Barbre, Joanna Green, Karen Wolff,
Burlap has alot to do with membership
in the 'S' Club. So do raw eggs, mud, and basketball trainer. Why anyone would
a couple of other things. And besides all want to go through the initiation is
of this, prospective members have to first another question entirely. Suffice it to say
earn a varsity letter, which is not the same that once everything has dried and been
thing as atelephone call from the football scrubbed off, it's really a very exciting
coach or a pat on the back from the club to belong to. HONEST!!!
FRONT ROW: Scott Borland, Sec.g Jon Underwood, Vice Pres., Tim Sibley, Pres., Tim Roark, Jerome Clark, Brett Howerton, Kent
Bradley, Steve Lindsey, Scott Summers, Tres. SECOND ROW: Craig Stunkel, Steve Greer, Tim Reid, Randy Mattox, Jim Hardick,
Cichon, Gary Bradley, Tom McGIamery. THIRD ROW: Randy Lawhorn, Rick McDermott, Ron Peterson, Don Giles, Allen Lamb,
Kargel, Chris Roark. LAST ROW: Bruce Donavan, Jim Berlin, Sid Mills, Alan White, Bruce Broyles, Randy Hill, Stan Huneycutt, Tim
Lambert, Larry Schultz.
"S" Club member Hal Hunt enjoys the
academic atmosphere as well as wrestling.
the annual "S" Club hanging got into full swing Western Day,
did Alan White.
White got little sympathy from "S" Club members and
t of laughs from the crowd.
K Q 7 .
Many football players also participated in "S"
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS do more
than just jump up and down, turn
summersaults, cartwheels, yell, lead
cheers, put together assemblies, and
show up at all the games, matches,
and rallys. They also stand still at
times. Some days they even have only
school work to do. But, most of the
time it seems that the 're alwa s clad
, Y Y
in their Elue uniforms, smiling, and
cheering someone on, if only the
janitors in the hallways or the clock on
the wall during sixth hour.
Tish Razook, Page Provence, Ann Seals, Sara Bokorney, Wendy Wildman, Renee Frye, Diana Heppel, Diane Fisher, Julie
y In action.
Spirit is one of those intangible things
that a victory can always be credited with because of the spirit behind then
or a loss blamed on. The people in the Certainly, almost nothing lends itse
stands who shout and yell with the action better to organization and unity thal
of the event put a lot of themselves into support for your school's side. Th
the final outcome. Sometimes their DONART DUDES have involved anyon
enthusiasm is frustrated and who wants in a competition th
disappointed. This year, Donart teams otherwise selects only the best at thj
haven't brought on that unhappy particular game. They have come a lon
situation very often and perhaps that is way in making victory a partnership
. t..,,, W.-fi. - 1 xg
FRONT ROW: Sandy Holland, Melissa Bennett. SECOND ROW:Jan Beck, Sara Bokorney, Mary Houston, Lori Goff. THIRD ROW: Rikki
Norgaard, Jenny Jobe, Diane Fisher, Nikki Nichols. BACK ROW: Rosetta Silver, David Silver, Randy lvlattox, Tom Ray.
M DG NA RT U
if Donart Dudes C
5 'Z 2
Kiser and Susan Custer compare their matching
participate in the U
r r homecoming
enthusiasm reaches all-time high.
Jenny Jaynes and Candy Krieger work hard at
painting signs after school.
RAIDER CHEERLEADERS have a tough
job in a school where the other three
classes are caught up in varsity athletics.
They not only have to lend support, but
develop it as well. In the meantime,
they're learning how to organize the
people and the teams for the next three
years, either as varsity cheerleaders or
just plain students. Put all together, they
go more places, participate in more
events, and face the challenge of more
people than any single freshman sport.
And theylre only in the ninth grade. Just
wait till they really get going. Ann and Buddy get the crowd going with a cheer
FRONT ROW: Shaun Martin. SECOND ROW: Buddy Stinsen, Ann Jordan. BACK ROW: Jane Kelly, Karen Luebke, Tracy McNeil.
ONT ROW: Tracey Crockett, Sandy Holland, Carol Greenberg, Terry McClure, Flobin Murnan, Darlene Madden, .Ruthie '
nrgan, Linda Lewis. SECOND ROW: Tracy Babb, Melanie Wright, Flikki Norgaard, Lauren Sibley, Jayne McCormick, Kari
nderson. BACK ROW: Tammy Holzer, LeeAnn Fleid, Melissa Bennett.
uren Sibley, Melanie Wright and Janet Wilkey on the
ge of their seats at a Pioneer match.
MATMAIDS are intended especially for
wrestling. ln a fast sport in which time, the
score, and the action on the mat are
constantly changing, the people who
keep track of everything, and cheer on
their team at the same time, have to know
what they're doing and perform their
tasks well. Outside of the matches and
tournaments, the MATMAIDS keep team
records, print pictures taken during the
action, and work with school to send the
wrestlers off to each date on their
schedule with a good feeling about
The NATIONAL FORENSIC
LEAGUE says a lot, in a number
of different ways, to a variety of
audiences. Talking and
conveying a message is their
business. The fact that not many
people know very much about
how they do it shows their art.
Acting and the skill of the
backstage crew is all in the
appearance given at the front of
the stage. No one sees the
rehearsals, the makeup, or the set
building, only what's written in
the script and the way that it's
brought to life. Knowing that,
there is a lot more to NFL than it
seems at first look.
Mark Deal and Anne Luebke, members
participated in the All-School Play.
of NFL, also
FRONT ROW: Jayne McCormick, Secretary, Jami Baker, Clerkg Evan Todd, V. Presidentg Craig Wood, President, Lori Acklin, Treasur
SECOND ROW: Anne Luebke, Diana Heppel, Lauren Sibley, Julie Baker, Lynette Erwin. BACK ROW: Kim Domnick, Sponsorg Mark D
Karen Mitchell, Curtis Treat, lda Clary.
NT ROW: Mark Weber, Mark Costley, Dave Jelley, Helen Fulgenzi, Susan Miller. SECOND ROW: Jeff Schatz,
e Provence, Tom Maciula, Melissa Bennett, Dan Selakovich, Janet Presley. BACK ROW: Clay Foster, Stuart
kson, Jane Honska, Joni Osborn, Sherilyn Stout.
Dave Jelly conducts a Q8tS
with characteristic enthusiasm.
QUILL 8t SCROLL is an honor
society for journalism students. As
such it is quite unique among other
groups with similar purposes. For
one thing, all members are on either
the newspaper or annual staffs. This,
in itself, is a good indication that not
all is well or, for that matter, on time.
For another, these people not only
read the PIONEER and EXCELSIOR,
they also put them together. Finally,
there are the club meetings. Just to
get someone to show up they have to
announce the gathering for a time
three hours earlier than actually
planned, and then the
photographers spend the next two
hours locked in a closet yelling
ff Schatz points out a difference of intellectual opinion to
other staff member.
It was learned today from a reliable
source that the EXCELSIOR staff was,
indeed, implicated in the writing,
editing, and publication of a high
school newspaper during the
1977-1978 school year. According to
the source, who is close to the
ongoing FBI investigation, there is no
question but what a "smoking gun"
has been found which points directly
to the guilt of the 17 person staff.
The EXCELSIOFI staff, itself, put out
a strong denial of the charges. "We
have never, do not intend in the future,
and are not now working on any issue
of any newspaper. We should have
thought that our perfect record never
making any deadline at any time was
more than enough to totally disprove
all allegations that we were
responsible for this reprehensible act.
lt's just totally inoperable. We are not
Morris Foster takes time out from his job as
Editor to take a picture.
Sherilyn Stout, widely respected Editor, concludes her
daily lecture to the photographers.
Manning 6, tllltl
An annual is a living, breathing person
to its staff. It also snores. But more
than that it is a series of impossible
deadlines bound together by shared
feelings of love, hate, companionship,
and a constant desire to scream
uncontrollably for hours in a locked
Nevertheless, life and the class
sections seem to go on forever. Along
the way, there are obstacles to be
overcome fcommonly known as
photographersl, mountains of names
and faces to climb and conquer, and
the inevitable emotional let down after
you've used up your last bottle of
Finally, this is a group with only one
real desire: To find a yearbook that
needs only crayons and a polaroid
James Drumright stands in amazement at th
chemical powers in his possession.
ROW: Sherilyn Stout. SECOND ROW: Gayle Lewis, Kemi Harris, Morris Foster, Marjory Jones,
Osborn, Laurie Boyd, Shelly Manning. BACK ROW: Jane Honska, Jamie Shepherd, James
Kevin Fortney, Tom Maciula, Melissa Bennett, Mark Thomason, Tad Cooper, Jerry Stritzke, Dan
Not Pictured: Page Provence, Dave Jelley.
Boyd yet again asks herself, "What's a Tad "Mr. Ad" Cooper in the depths of his depression during
like me doing in a place like this?" the unforgettable ad deadline.
Q BAND I
FRONT ROW: D. Black, A. Heiserman, L. Gunn, S. Hurst, J. Bowen, K. King, L. Steichen, M. Freeman, C. Seals, D. Willever, J.
Cooksey, S. Jackson, K. Grove, R. Roberts, B. Barnes, C. McBride, B. Henderson, L. Erwin, L. Frazier, D. Muggenborg, M. Klinger,
K. Pendelton, C. Wood, N. Sandvold, A. Bradshaw, M. Craighead. FIFTH ROW: L. Hendrix, L. Durham. SIXTH ROW: M. Rains, S.
Mquestion, K. Roth, K. Maxwell, B. Hines, J. Rush, B. Hines, B. Tweeten, D. Duckwall, M. Cunningham, B. Eubanks, B. Haley, D.
Moore, D. Sutton, K. Liles, M. Shidler, K. Wolf, M. Phillips, K. Redding, B. Toster, V. Bolden, R. Dirks, D. Nickols, L. Gritth. NINTH
ROW: T. Douglas, T. Stotts, T. Paine, T. Marler, K. King, K. Seamans, K. Slogget, C. Hall.
W . . -..M , Z
P. Koeppe, C. Hurst, B. Boyer, R. Shultz, S. Moomau, B. Brittle, T. Little. SECOND ROW: L. Herd, R. Nichols, K. Kiser, J. Lawson, B.
Cury. FOURTH ROW: L. Turner, D. Deny, C. Murphy, T. Hansen, L. Martin, S. Spencer, K. McGeeHee, T. Varnum, E. Dellenger, M.
Varnum, M. Costly, J. Steichen, T. Belden, J. Hawk, K. Lawson, T. Swisher, J. Green, M. Fisher, B. Weston, D. Stone, B. Wika, R.
Anderson, D. Willis. SEVENTH ROW: P. Powel, M. Hamiton, K. Parcher, D. Stewart. EIGHTH ROW: D. Lugenbil, D. Whorton, R.
Wyneken, S. DeVires, M. Brooks, L. Vest. M. Lawson. S. Farajolahi. L. Rexroat. S. Britton M Turner, F Millar' I Rnyrll R Cray, n
Ingrahm. LAST ROW: M. Wenger, R. Ward, C. Cooper, J. Sanders.
FIRST ROW: M. Costly, M. Craighead, E. Dellinger. SECOND ROW: L. Turner, R. Wyneken, A. Bradshaw, T. Varnum. THIRD ROW: J
grgigesf Seamans, M. Shidler, M. Freeman. FOURTH ROW: R. Lawson, T. Douglass. FIFTH ROW: K. Grace, C. McBride, M.
c ma e .
The tuba section reigns supreme at a Mark Schmalfeld gets with it as he blasts
football game. a tune.
1. , M. ,rg .wk
Senior Band Staff: Prince Varnum, Mark Costley John Steichen bangs the drum Slowly during 3
and Erric Dellinger. band performance at half-time.
FHUN I HOW: Keith Maxwell, David Stone, Jeff Sanders, Mike Brooks, Ken King. SECOND ROW: Beverly Hines, Julie Rush, Donna
Duckwall, Brenda Hines, Brian Henderson, Randy Hillyard, Lori Gunn, Jesse Bowen. THIRD ROW: Lisa Rexrode, Roger Ward, Jeff
Hawk, Bobby Sandmire, Kevin Pendelton, Susie Spencer, Kevin Grove, Mike Varnum, Robbie Roberts, Mike Lawson.
The Donart Band Program had another
fine year under the direction of Mike
Wenger. lt's marching band, two concert
bands, and two jazz bands provided
sounds touching the musical interests of
nearly everyone. All of these
organizations performed at contests, as
well as giving concerts for the school and
general public. The marching band,
through untold hours of rehearsals was
able to bring halftime entertainment to
Donart football games, as well as
stimulating spirit. The jazz bands did the
same for indoor sports, providing a jazz
flavor at basketball halftimes.
The BAND members march on bravely during the
llomecomingiparade this year. The band actively
participated at pep assemblies promoting spirit.
Shelia Strizke, Tammy Little, Bobby Cury, Helen Fugenzi, Linda Herd.
gave Willis, Leigh Hendrix, Darla Lugenbill, Patti Powell, Lisa Turner, Melanie Craighead, Linda Durham, Marsha Rains, Lynette
Senior Debbie Black served as drum This instrument has the right idea after marching all
major 1977-1978. morning.
ORCHESTRA. It means individual
practice, play-offs, daily string
rehearsals, weekly full orchestra
rehearsals, magazine sales, and
possibly participation in the
Chamber Orchestra or the Guys
and Dolls Orchestra. Rehearsals
led by a man striving for a goal that
will never be reached . . .
perfection. But in striving for
perfection, there comes certain
improvement. With improvement
comes better and better concert
and contest performances, and
with these performances comes
the feeling that your goal can be
the best, and that you can reach
your goal. A good year for director
Jeff Jones and the Donart
Orchestra. Magazines, concerts,
contests, and real music.
Practice, practice, practice makes perfect, as the
orchestra well knows.
FRONT ROW: Jennifer Weeks, Susan Shelton, Necia Briggs, Janice Avants, Loretta Cooper. SECOND ROW: Brenda Knox
Karen Broemeling, Jeff Banks, Tommy Hayes, Susan Moretti, Andrea Thomas, Terri Douglas, Roddy MacDowall, Marion
Agnew. THIRD ROW: Janet Leach, Ramona Fox, Jim Scott, Tom Lasiter, Laurie Mickle, Sandy Gains, Steve McLaughlin, Kathy
Steichen, Ann Bradshaw, Eric Dellinger. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Sauer, Valerie Henslick, Joe Morrow, Kay Oltmanns, Sharon
Taffs, Gina Terrill, Dawn Payne, Phillip Ness, Mark Freeman. BACK ROW: Shan Rains, Andrea Meinhart, LeNell Kelly, Clifford
The violin section looks bewildered as they wait for
heir cue to play.
The orchestra emits beautiful sounds as they
play their hearts out.
RONT ROW:James Bowen, Paul Burchard, Jane Brown, Mary Helen Harper. SECOND ROW: Margaret Cunningham, Martha
hillips, Melinda Shideler, Diane Stewart, Eugene Johnson, Chris Monnot, Karen Armstrong, Tanya Purcell. THIRD ROW:
ark Costley, Michael Varnum, Rachel Wyneken, Tammy Varnum, Sandy DeVries, Laura Strickland, Mark Schmaltield,
ichard Lawson, Ginger Earlyne Heddleston, Stuart Butler, BACK ROW: Peter Koeppe, Larry Gant, Jim Simank, Craig
atterfield, Mike Lawson.
FRONT ROW: Jane Brown, Mary Helen Harper, Mike Lawson. SECOND ROW: James Bowen, Director Jeff Jones, Necia Briggs
' ox, Jennifer Weeks. Jim Scott, Paul Burchard, Janet Leach.
The bass section adds considerably to the overall sound.
The MADRIGAL, selected from
auditions within the Concert Choir last
May, was greeted with a new size and
concept for the new year. Ten seniors and
three juniors, singing and dancing their
ways to insanity. Rehearsals, more
performances that one could imagine,
and lasting friendships. MADRIGAL is
celestially misguided by Steve Maison.
ROW: Greg Rusco, Celeste Convertino, Debbie Butler, Director Steve Maison. SECOND ROW: Jeff Lawson, Tom
ery Lynette Erwin, Kelly Steichen, Mark Fisher, Diane Fisher, Lisa Post, Russell McCulloh. BACK ROW: Sandy
FRONT ROW: Tommy Chesbro, Annette Fulk, Mark Costley, Julie Baker, Laurie Dawkins, Evan Todd, Mark Kerns, Jenny Jaynes,
Kevin Oltmanns, Debbie Butler, Mark Fisher, Kelly Steichen, Scott Myers, Lisa Johnson, Tom McGlammery, Celeste Convertino,
Curtis Treat, Robin Gatford. SECOND ROW: Mark Schmalfield, Lynette Erwin, Tracy Hesser, Brenda Knox, Lele Murphy, Tami
Barnes, LuAnn Moore, Jenny Jobe, Bruce Broyles, Sharla Ray, David Whitley, Kathy Lawson, Sharon Stanners, Sandy Soergel, Jeff
Black, Jamie Baker, Greg Rusco, Meg Hamilton, Bruce Donavan, Lisa Post. BACK ROW: John Peters, LaRisa Swisher, Russell
McCuIIoh, Jim Hardick, Carl Murray, Jeff Lawson, Debbie Black, Stan Huneycutt.
Members of Concert Choir and Madrigal are having fun at the Christmas party.
Mark Costley and Celeste Convertino enjoy each
others company and the food at Mr. Maison's house.
CONCERT CHOIR gives concerts. -
Singing concerts for a number of I
different occasions at a number of
different times during the year. Their
members figure prominently in the
annual musical and the annual
musical friut sale. With these people
hearing is believing and enjoying.
Choir and Madrigal carol at various homes during the
gf AND DOLLS
work, and a change of lifestyle for all of tho
involved with it. At Donart it means meetin
the high standards which have been set by o
own past productions. This year's productio
was "GUYS AND DOLLS", a musical fable
Broadway, that brought humor and a numt
of well-known, fast-paced songs together in
well-designed and well-staged package. Ar
how was it? Nicely-Nicely thank you, and
maybe even better.
A musical is singing, dancin ,actin , ha
- 1--. x
- -N N.
wa- is l
. Et' ,
f seg L'
A ff f
ff ,S 5
FRONT ROW: B. Donavan, Sec., J. McCormick, Soph. Rep. SECOND ROW: l. Clary, C. Treat, Tres.: L. Acklin, Jr. Rep., K. Lawson,
Sr. Rep., T. Brumfeild, Pres. THIRD ROW: A. Lubke, J. Baker, S. Ingham, S. Ray, J. Jaynes, M. Lovell, K. Slogget, C. Halbeck.
FOURTH ROW: S. Phillips, D. Black, J. Taber, M. Deal, M. Schmalfeild, C. Wood, J. Scott, T. Carpenter, J. Morrow, J. Jones. FIFTH
ROW: L. Sibley, D. Heppel, C. Convertino, K. Mitchell, S, Manning, S. Lucas, G. Danz, B. Bayless, C. Deal, D. Merkle. LAST ROW: J.
Baker, T. Cooper, D. Selakovich, E. Todd.
The word Thespian has had a long
relationship with the stage andacting. lt's
one which takes in all aspects of theatre,
from the people you see up front, to those
you don't, in the back. The Thespians of
C.E. Donart do both sides of the coin
throughout the year in a good number of
major productions. As a relatively young
organization they have made the
All-School and Jr.-Sr. Plays a tradition in
Stillwater and have raised the standards
of excellence in high school drama.
Artis a totally visual medium. lt is also one
of time, practice, and perfection. Once
mastered, however, it is a mode of
unlimited expression. Students of art
spend most of their early years in getting
used to the techniques and forms, from
water color to sculpture to silk screen,
and in refining their abilities. But the urge
to create something new is reflected
throughout the learning process. The
attempts are no precise as to where
they're going or what they're saying, but
in each the talent and promise of the artist
Renee Frye concentrates on her dabblings.
ROW: S. Butler, N. Van Valkenbu rg, T. Brumfeild, S. Honska, Executive Boardg J. Watkins, J. Evans, T. Paine, M. Nur, S.
E. Cheatham, J. Acre, Executive Board. SECOND ROW: L. Nicholson, L. Kulling, C. Graves, L. Sipe, D. Raff, R. Frye, P.
Chehregosha, R. Gafford, V. Saxon, L. Lewis, R. Brown, N. Simmons, Executive Board. THIRD ROW: D. Gill, S. Wade,
irq A. Seals, C. Logan, K. Mains, J. Eslinger, C. Foster, K. Krenz, B. Helm, J. Morgan, G. Lea, Executive Board.
TOP LINE: Linda and Sara pay close attention. TOP RIGHT: Vocal music students put forth their best
effort. MIDDLE: Out of the mouths of Girls Glee Club comes a joyful sound. LOWER LEFT: The guys put
their hearts into their music. LOWER RIGHT: Students take time out to breath.
Just look at these faces, what do you see?
Open mouths? Sure, but beside that ther
is talent. And besides all the quantity yo
see, there is quality. There are uniqu
individuals with some pretty individua
sounds fit you know what we meant. Bu
in moments of stress they can be poole
together for a wonderful sound of unity
Much to the relief of Mrs. Foster and
Lori, Sandy, Michelle and Anne Talk.
Ida shows her dramatic abilities.
This year Donarts Drama Department presented
"I remember Momma" as the all school play. lt
was a well presented, occasionally humorous,
and a quite touching story of a family and it's
perserverence during hard times. Under the
direction of Kim Domnick the cast did a
performance for High School students as well as
the general public. As well as being a memorable
experience for those involved, the play provides
an excellent chance for students to display their
abilities to the public.
Enjoying the evening paper are Steve, Craig and
Disapproval marks the face of onlooker Gay as What is on Gays mind?
Anne and Mark show affection.
An All-state designation in any area,
from sports to music, is a confirmation of
excellence and consistent achievement.
ln football, the award is for a record
extending over twelve or so games. In
orchestra and choir, it is conferred upon
the basis of judging in competition with
students from throughout Oklahoma on t
regional, district, and state levels. Many of
those from Donart listed here have as L s
achieved this distinction for several years
consistently make these elite lists says L l
alot for the programs which have All-St t d AI -D- - .
developed and shaped their talents. EugenaeeDi?ES. ' 'stnct Footbau' Zack Webste
All-District Football: Steve Greer, Eddie Lockwood, Kevin Sasser, Jon Underwood, Kent
Lance Duke, Chris Burt, Tom McGlamery.
ll-State Choir: L. Swisher, J. Lawson, B. Donovan, D. Black, M. Fisher, L. Post, D. Fisher, D. Butler, R.
1cCuIIon, L. Murphy, M. Costley, J. Jobe.
Orchestra: Front: S. Shelton, B. Knox, M.
M Harper. Back: M. Cunningham, J. Scott, M.
National Merit, Margaret Cunningham, Prentis Riddle, TaVee Paine, Tom McGlamery, Eric Dellinger, Craig Stunkel, Mark
Karen Weber, Ali State Cross Country
BOYS, GIRLS U3
chosen through a
series of personal
interviews by the
participating in the
in the summer,
spend a good deal
of time raising
chosen in the same
manner as their
but by the
of the Legion. At
they divide into
various parties and
run for state
experience in state
working with other
Senior Committees, chosen in
January, are volunteers from the
senior class who work with their
teacher sponsors in planning,
preparing, and running the
activity for which they are
Decorations: K. Sasser, T. Paine, T. Barnes, J. Weeks, S. Honska, M
Class Night: T. Hesser, L. Erwin, M. Agnew, M.
Jewett, D. Butler, R. Fox.
Programs: L. Bode, M. Hamilton, L. Johnson, D. Butler.
Baccalaureate: M. Freeman, C. Stunkel, G. Ftusco, J. Bouchard, J. Jobe, J. Lawson.
ff! ' .
V,f . ,K
-A f f. -1 ,K
'if fwzflias' iz:-sm..
.1 K is Q
. Q,,ww .5 .
5. . W
. , ,,V, ,, ,
DAR winner Lisa Post is pictured. here with
alternants Melissa Bennett and Craig Stunkei.
Lions: Front Row, Diane Fisher, Michael Varnum, Jan Bouchard. Back
Mark Costley, Jeff Lawson. Not Pictured, Laurie Dawkins.
Rotarians: Jeff McMiIlion, Lynette Erwin, Amy Simank, Ramona Fox, Greg Rusco, Not
were selected this
year by the Donart
Dudes as a new
the old tradition of
Melanie Wright, Mary Houston, Tracy McNeil, Page Provence. Not Pictured: Rikki Norgaard. Homecoming,
were drawn heavily
from the ranks of
selected by the
members of the emma
wrestling team. Darla Boyd, LeAnn Reid, Melanie Wright, Flikki Norgaard, Sharon Stanners.
g here with the Senior
l runnersup, were
i ii selected by the
I ii f members of the
fi basketball team and
presented at the
nfl iiil half-time of the
Julie Jeffries, Carol Fitzgerald, Gayle Combs, Flikki Norgaard, Sherri Clow. Homecoming game.
When a group of students nominates
Senior girl as a candidate for their queen,
means that they really want one of the
three people to represent them as the me
visible symbol of that organization or spo
For the Band, DECA, and FFA, the fin
decision also rests with the members. F
football, basketball, and wrestling l
entire school is given the opportunity
deciding between the players' nomine
Once the decision has been made a
announced, the queen truly reigns overt
proceedings, either a game or match or
banquet, and the distinction of bei
chosen for these particular honors remai
of the first announcement for a good
,. , . KK
Leca Bode - DECA Karen LeGrand - FFA
, i1 , l
NU 'K k
Diane Fisher - Football Melissa Bennett- Wrestling
,Q 1 . if e .
Sara Bokorney - Basketball Sandy DeVries - Band
1 , 1 1
Q ,,,, V , .,,,Z , , Ali . 1 A ,., , ': :,5 '1f 1'V 5 ifg
A,' 1 I5
1 1ii1 J fi 1 1
ENID 1 W
CUSHI l 1i 1 28-75-We-SOONEB1 '
PONCA , f: 1111 Q 1 LSA
SHAWNE 1 1 1 1 f
CHOCTA 1 zi'
., wa , ,Z,? , 1 H
1 i., 1J1 J J tf .f:f,f 111-1 1 . .
' ,,,. 1 1 , ,V,,. , V,.F? 5 f". . f 'V ' 1: lfff mfgffi
TULSA KE Y 1 11 1 2
I -,"', ' '-
ff t iff 3' U
if 2 rw -H 2255? viii w 2 .fs W Q- 5
if , .97 - , ., . f .. Q at
S? H f :cf Q- ll -f W sl, J. ,.. at f,
'1 ii? if We is 'E 'L l ii 7 'if ff' 115 ,fl 'll ssl' 'ef Y
lt started just like any
the Pioneers. All the
newspapers said that the
Pioneers would do wellin
the following season, but
not as well as the season
Pioneers did much better
than most expected. The
Stillwater gridders seem
to hold a powerful desire
to win, year after year,
that makes up for any
lack of talent.
layers had a very
mpressive season losing
nly once to Tulsa Kelly
n a very close game.
hus, the Pioneers had a
-1 record, were rated 4662,
nd were sure to go into
he playoffs. Stillwater
on the Hrstthree
ounds, including a
ictory over the powerful
ated No. 1 all season.
he Pioneers finally fell to
uncan in the Class 3-A
inals in Oklahoma City.
Stillwater finished as
istrict champs, and 3-A
X' 'CDG "
l H 3
g 3 GDL
Do g Ch
0.25 5. Nw
CQ - 'D
3 go P
8 5,203 :J
- U 'D'
B ' .
E35 . -up-'
li ,Ef.JgiJ.. MQ
...,,, 'D-Dm .
r:-E: gt., 0
56 if f f
Donart's receivers "Run it back."
Coaches Holliday and Warner.
Junior Scott Summers, goes for yards.
Above: The Pioneers recover a fumble
near their goal line. Left: Senior Zack
Webster reaches the first down.
FOOTBALL 2 rv
23 Ark City
LL.laclgSJ1ippw-aits for his turn to handle the ball.
Lii ,Lii A E rt
The Junior Varsity squad faced a
tough line up this year, and lost their
opening game 13-12 in a tough battle
with Enid. They lost their next game in
another close game to Perry 8-6. Then
the sophomores shut out Guthrie 6-O.
Coach Alger Flood said, "The team
worked out with the varsity squad at
the first part of the year, and then to-
wards the end of the season they split
up more." The split must have helped
because they won two of the last three
games, which gave them a season
record of 3-5. The team, lead by quar-
terback David Todd and running backs
Randy Hill and Allen Knust, have a
bright future ahead for them next year.
The JV works on strategy during a daily practice
if T- ST
"'l. Wrri ,,,
Q 12.5 .itr .
l The Raiders, under new head Coach
Dean Oshel, got off on the right foot by
T T S winning their first game against Sapulpa
l -.- -'TIS S 22-8, but Coach Oshel felt some im-
provement was needed. By mid-season
the team's record was 3-1 and the
Raiders close in on the ball carrier.
coaches were pleased by the way the
team had shaped up. They only lost one
more game all season, and in overtime
they defeated Okmulgee, one of the top
teams in the state. They ended a winning
eason with a victory over Ponca City
est, leaving them with a 6-2 record and
rd in the district. This is the best season
he Raiders have had since 1973 when -'
they went 6-2-1. Anthony Curtis fires the ball down field.
, l Q Q.. 4- A
RONT ROW: Shan Rains, Taylor Acuff, Russ Watson, Robert Grant, Garry Trout, Kermit Carraway, Robert LaFare, Todd Hatchett,
ark Williams, Steven Pinney, John Bradley. BACK ROW: Chris Headrick, Todd Kraybill, Brian Wika, Curtis Pradia, James Bowen,
avid Rudrow, Charlie McLaughlin, Brian Knox, Steve Nicholson, Greg Crockett, Ted Cunningham, Anthony Curtis, Kevin Fowler.
eff Campbell, Russ Huneycutt, Kenneth Pollard, Roger Castleberry, Stuart Butler, Rusty McClintock, Marv Johnson, Rocky
tebens, Rocky Lemon, Mike Gaches.
through one of the mud puddles on the course.
Karen Weber concentrates on keeping her p
up, while she runs the course.
The Pioneer Cross Country team is making the sprint at the start of the race for good position
, 5 'i" ,
til M--gi K X N is it pg - 12"f4'-tim
..f,, ' 'iee Q4 N 1 we
if T o s
wi e xwxx N .Nw W
Jim Jordan, after running three miles goes into the sprint
for the finish line as he passes the Edison runner.
VanZandt works on his form, while he is . 1
at the highschool, Laurie Kulling races against another runner as they near
the finish in the Stillwater Invitational.
CFRGSS-COUNTRY T CD
li lli . i i CROSS-CO UNTRY
The Pioneer Cross Country team this
year has had a sucessful season, leading
runners were Sr. Jim Jordan, Sr. Kelly
Vest, Jr. Dan VanZandt, Soph. David
Jordan. The girls have placed 2nd in state
and although are a small team they have a
couple of great runners in Karen Weber
and Loni Vest. One of the best things
about the girls team is that runners are
freshmen and have three years to improve
and become the best in state.
Most of you aren't real sure what Cross
Country is. lt is alot of dedication and
hard work, running 10 miles in practice,
running when it is cold enough to freeze.
They don't receive very much
recogination or encouragement and after
they have run 3 miles they need guts and
all the encouragement they can get to
sprint the last 100 yards.
Matz fm GM E93
Kelly Vest and David Jordan come into the finish
line together at the District meet.
Jim Jordan runs past another course obstacle as
he passes over a small walking bridge.
Part of the Pioneer team is going through
before running a cross country meet.
David Jordan ignores the water and mud and
concentrates on moving up in the race.
ff? 'ti A' iii
Er. rw WWW9' ffl? Elimlillrra iimmsili
i twi , , , mlywi ,, ,,
e , .2 ,Q ,
, v ,, -,,
awwi ll- L ti, .l ,. V+: --
-if -v .. lx. , ,Ax
Front Row: Craig Crabtree, Ryan Reed, David Jordan, Brad Boyd, Dennis
Courtright, Back Row: Sam Wedgeworth, Rusty Robison, Kelly Vest, Coach
Duy, Jim Jordan, Dan VanZandt, Roland Schweitzer.
,Av ,f M
Kelly Vest keeps on moving even though the mud The members of the girls cross-country team are
is flying all around him, it is just another part of Valerie Henslick, Laurie Kulling, Lonie Vest, and
he race. Karen Weber.
cnoss-couixirnv X it
Right: Tim Sibley goes airborne in the opening
g tipjff, to see which team is to control the ball.
Bottom: Larry Schultz takes to the airto put one in
from the side in a game against the Trojans.
Bottom Right: Coach Kerwin uses a time out to
talk to his starting five while the rest of the team
ag M 'M Mb Wjgfec,gm llwwst: wwlilirm yn'-W
ff lu" U Mil" WM ,Ml Ei ' 'V H l' elif 'Z' 5
il Wi W l li All ill ill, 2,1 l 1 if
l 'w fl, ici lil ii. :ft if l lil ,
ltslili l D999'aS r sss,
l Edison 4 l,r,i: 1 ttls
, l Ponca ww
'EBe?rtlesville rloti lilt rrQ,i,lt,
57 ' V Okmulgee
t H50 Capitalffiftirigigt
'frf f, bi?" wt ff KN WW
Mia, , gg -
ffl 'f-f Q
lat , t.l
it litli 56 l titt'io srr'
,,,,.i, it ,Q
rw 1: L-fwmi'
V A- :Fifi
,554 ff- wr?-1
3 i w
:iv 5, 'ff 'W
3 New Lima
rrroilf Okrriulgee l -40 rlrrr
55 Northeast? iltig g , 558
H661 Vtgvh ,
Edison .,,,l, 70th ttiif t
4"' its M" MJ N- uw J 'M'1Q'535im-ff
BASKETBALL YMNASTICS U9
Above: Micheal Wyneken, Craig Stephens, Kyle Johnson, Don Roy, Glenn Hughes, Dwayne Childers,
David Kelly, Stet Sodowsky. Below: Ron Hart, Jeff McMilIian, Tim Sibley, Larry Schultz, Mike Davis, Craig
vt 1 www. ,. in M-QM x,A, will lv-
S l A
f' -1 .Q il' lam .. tl--
. , 9 -. v ,Q ,imma
.L ., ,,, su ,, iq i
. ,. ,. . .. v ll
is ' tw, 'Wig mir ' z- rg, ty rf JW, il
S ll .2 'inf lv fi
1 ,, tif.-.T-fe ,. ' ai W., -. 12-131 3 if ll
The Stillwater Pioneer Boys Basketball
team was full of surprises all year. They
had a 15-7 record at the end of the
season. They had a hard time getting
things together early in the season as
shown by a loss to Northeast, 53-58, but
you knew they had potential when they
bounced back the next game to defeat
Douglas 82-56. The Pioneers lost the next
game by one point to Edison, the final
score was 58-59. Then the Pioneers took
off. They defeated Ponca City, Bartlesville
Sooner, Okmulgee, Enid and Del City. The
major factor in these wins was hot
shooting outside by Chick Davis, Tim
Sibley, Glenn Hughes, and also the
control of the boards by Craig Stunkel
and Larry Schultz. Then their winning
streak was broken by a loss to Capital Hill.
At this time, the Pioneers gained the
service of Zack Webster, which gave them
good strength on the bench and added
depth to their game. The Pioneers then
went on to win the next five games
against Putnam City, Douglas, Alva and
Tim Sibley carries oufthe familiar job ofbringlhg
the ball down the court.
Tim Sibley shows us his style of shooting, while
Larry Schultz and Glenn Hughes head for the
await, 7 iw in in, qw , .ww , ww vim ffl .mare Aixam.
1. -gin, W. EE si all ltr 35 'il
iw .. .A , ' fi af, if 5 ii, -ml. will wg xl tix-2,
,- ,,fi T
TW QQSWEW Q
F V .- L d .. -'F f V L
The Pioneer team starts up the court after Craig
Stunkel pulls down another rebound.
' 2 r , T' 5
- -f -t T f
3' , " ' ' .vt ' --lt -'-.f ,,,, bi 'v ,.,r q N . .VVV W g.,, jp V ' -
K Q s K-. .af-1
-- , , ,... ...if ,: N W ,
M g . L
Ti' 'W -H in W --lf',,ft Q, ..... .,,, , ..,.. ,.--,, ..,,, . .,,.,
55 X 3' 3 '
eiiztslcr N -,
BASKETBALL . df , A t , N . l.
1 , gi .... y f A Q ,Igg f5i5g5lf
, El H-,E Q f V' 'V V l , H "-iwlvllmwal
, W 1 ' 7
3, ' Eff was fr ' ' if 'Wi
. A V, ,gf
.Q r x --
Chick Davis concentrates on controlling the ball Craig shows us where most of his points come
as he moves down the court. from as he puts one up from underneath.
It was during this series of wins that the
Pioneers were in the Tournament of
Champions, and surprised everyone by all
the way to the finals. After this, the
Pioneers started having problems out of
the next eight games. They split them up
4-4. They started out by losing to New
Lima by 6 points, then they won by 22
against Okmulgee, lost by 3 to Northeast,
defeated Guthrie by 6, lost to Enid by 3.
Then, because the defeats were so close,
then the pioneers won two in a rcw by
whipping Guthrie 69-36, and defeating
Bartlesville Sooner 68-56, the school
hoped that we would win the rest so we
would have the momentum to go into the
state play-offs. Then the Pioneers lost to
Edison 63-70, but ours is the team of
surprises and they can do it with the
talent, and senior leadership they have.
The Pioneer pre-g
fast ball moving a
ame warm up consists of some
nd team work.
W W '
1 lll will ,lllll ,llll
lm if- U
. .,..- ...., if
3? ,l,, 1
' . Q? 2 fl fl, A jg ga se gf gl at
Eg WF' ' 52' :ipgpau +19 32
The Junior Varsity squad gained alot of
playing experience this year and they had
alot of good prospects with players like
Stet Sodowsky, Micheal Wyneken, Don
Roy and Duane Childers. The Varsity team
this year is almost all seniors with the
EMQ MEST Y
exception of Glen Hughes which leads to
the obvious conclusion that this year's
Junior Varsity will be the Varsity of next.
With the many assets this team has got,
next year is going to be a winner.
'J xx -
The Pioneers are on the offensive again in the last
minute of the game.
The Junior Varsity team prepares to move back up
court after another bucket.
Don Floy shows us his style while he gains his points at the charity
The Raider team is the surprise this
year. They have had an undefeated
season and ended the year with a 16-0
record which put them first in the
Kevin Fowler puts the ball in the basket from the
Fowler shows us what it takes to be good on
4. ivy it tllvmtx M it
ls if '
' "li 5 U N' Y 'Q WWW,
If the Raider team can keep this record
we can look forward to a strong varsity
team. Some of the standouts this year are
Anthony Curtis, Kevin Fowler, and Ted
Anthony Curtis takes to the air to put a layup in the
Ted Cunningham moves through and around de-
fense to get to the basket.
,...... , XZA iMLAxA54l gm
-115:15 Q it 'faamlslf 51.1M,,,1275 at ,ews
ll mu YFZVXYT, 'i
, ll ng it' in
The Pioneer Girls Varsity Basketball
team wound up a winning season with a
74-46 over Tulsa Edison. This gives them
a 15-7 record for the year. The season has
been one of many ups and downs. They
started the season off with four straight
wins against Northeast, Douglas, Edison,
and Northeast. Part of the reason for
these wins is that they averaged 54 points
a game and held their opponents to 40
points a game. Then they had a turn
around and lost the next three games
against Choctaw, Elk City, and
Bartlesville Sooner. But they came back
strong with a 57-38 win over Okmulgee,
and followed up with two more wins
against Enidand Pawnee. Then they lost
Flayna Whitener awaits the tip fom Jamie
Shepherd to start a fast break against Douglas.
The Pioneer girls are going through a drill at a
7:15 morning practice.
,rl ' till.. lil? 'lil JW l. Q-c,,,,JM .ig lwm, ti
a heartbreaker,7l2-43, toiDruWiright, and
one more against Stroud. Then the girls
started to build up momentum. They won
Sherri Clow practices on ball handling during
.c LV kkyk L it
. if T i ,
M, -FL - T j S. , wQ if JA E I W9 ' lA L A Vi ' 4 tt T it
Q ff 4 r tlrr S 1 7 l 4 i it
. . ' .. . S 'K -fx.,
lf' I - - ' 1 f
Betsy Tussey, Karen Parker, Susan Miller, Flayna Whitener, Laura Roberts, Sherri Clow, Nancy Osborne,
Carolyn Jones, Ann Bradshaw, Carol Goldsmith, Toma Allen, Anna Satterfield, Kathy Roy, and the one
with the mustache is our Head Coach Mr. Earl Boyer.
Douglas, Okmulgee, and Northeast, the
largest margin victory during this four
game streak was 7 points. Then the girls
stumbled and lost in a close game against
Guthrie 31-34, but they bounced back two
games later to defeat Guthrie 47-35. ln the
next to the last game against Bartlesville
Sooner. The girls lost by a narrow scope
of 38-39 as one of the girls on the
opposing team made a basket in the last
seconds of the game. The following week
the girls came back to win 74-46 with four
girls in the double figures.
The greatest thing about the girls team
this year is that they are only graduating
two seniors and they still have their
starting forwards. Not only that they have
depth and some new players coming up
that will improve the team. So everyone
keep your eyes on this team because they
are going to the top.
Jamie Shepherd puts one up strong while
receiving opposition from the opponents double
it t, ,, 1 li , .1 ,, 'f
W 'if' 'I' 'gi' fi iff. , QYZA, ' 735 ll?" 'QL . LasQ3.f,.,
A JA ' : 54 g ssss iNortihe?aiS1f-it J5 L
l s J' .
. it , W A
l f L
ff gf, sf Wifi K N,,, ss.,
- Q, 4p:.'.:,s,.f.1,
L fl' s L
.L J oi... VTQ
3. 1335- -. , - -, ,.,, ,
i f Jf i
i s t i. ,
1 44 .
47 L f Douglas K 44 i.J.
srsr 4347 i 35
49 . 43
' 46 JJ 1
' f K AL,' :iw
Coach Boyer is busy talking to his three starting
. , .
. Bafflewgile Sooner i i , rrt ,rr.
Laura Roberts is a good example of what determi-
nation and concentration can do for the team.
Laura Roberts stuffs Sherri Clow again in the
Fans gained interest in the Raider girls
this year as they did very well, ending the
season with a 12-4 record and second in
the conference. The secret of their
success is in their aggressive playing by
the forwards and a strong defense.
Participation from the girls was at an all
Ella Pearl Dickens puts the ball against the boards
for two points.
T i .
time high, with many girls out for the
team. The team is young and willing to
make improvements where needed.
These qualities of the Raider girls assures
them of a promising future. The girls will
be called to fill J.V. positions next year as
Honey Chum shoots for the basket from the side.
Jaw s g
l K K X
Front Row: Kelly Parker, Ella Pearl Dickens, Honey Chum Davis, Tammy Rains, Kathy Mesner, Second
Row: Jeanne Webb, Leslie Ness, Nancy Faulk, Dee Lawson. Third Row: Coach Carol Washburn, Karen
Blakely, Gayle Combs, Sara Shinault.
8 V " li in l l
, ,Y f 19 El' 2?
A 1: gg
The Pioneer Varsity, Front row: at 101 pounds, Mark Lambert, at 108, Hunter Hodson at 115 pounds
Ty Toweryg at 123, Hal Hunt, at 130 pounds, Ty Flodrickg at 136 Tim McCormick, at 141 pounds Doug
-G 3 ' - ounds. Earnest Jefferson, at 168, Jerome Clarke at 178 pounds
Lance Dukeg and at heavy weight, Steve Greer.
Sophomore Ernest Jefferson, 157-
pounder prepares to escape from
157-pounder from Bartlesville-
1GQLlI I9 LJ
ULIIICI D IUU PLIUIILJUI, KJIUH VVUU
W WW P'5'f?9"w. T -,- X ffseg M iii. ' 21. er f ,
,Q 5 im me
it Q ww 3 is i i .
Senior standout Hal Hunt lifts Guthrie's 123 pounder in route to
the mat and a 19-3 Superior decision in the season opener.
A arf' K
O ii u it tu i s i rt,
N Qewmgf? ' zk.. i,Lf53 igi, 'W
Sophomore Ty Roderick shows his winning style in route to a
S S SSS ss'sssesesseeeeiai1eBartlesvilleQuadkeS egg g g g g g g g g g
Donart 141 pounder Doug Chesbro being casual as usual as he defeats Sand Spring
standout Craig Bigby at the Stillwater Quad.
. "-a s
, ii,t 3
it , Qlmgiieqg Q iiikgepigy 'fiat 4 fefmfezfiik vff qssrgaaagi Siemens
BASKET ALL GYMNASTICS CD
hundred and one pound Sophomore Mark'Lambert puts the "muscle
his opponent at the Bartlesville Quad.
In the third
period of his
CROSS-CUUW ' EQQE TBALL
' 1. Ag Hg p
E 'Q is it 1 4 'aj'
S RJ E ...IW S
148 Pound Junior Don Giles checks the clock to see how much longer he will have to "crank
r on hisropponen?s+iea1i
- TPJJJY' .71
t WDM A
Head coach Larry Wilkey discusses the 101 pound match with
Sophomore Mark Lambert.
BASKETBALL GYMNASTICS U3
Coach WiIkey's wrestlers had a winning
9-3 season this year. The starting varsity
was a very young team this year with five
sophomores, three juniors, and only four
seniors. The pioneers placed fourth at the
Big Four tourney in '78. At regionals they
came in third as well as at the Yukon and
Supulpa tournaments. The wrestlers did
well, and their fans can look forward to
another good year with the returning Star-
Front row: Mark Lambert, Hunter Hodson, Ty Towery, Hal Hunt, Ty Roderick, Doug Chesbro, Don Giles,
Earnest Jefferson, Second row: Rick Moore, Scott Shedrick, David Folger, Preston McCollom, Tim
Lambert, Jerome Clarke, Lance Duke, Steve Greer. Third row: Danny Webb, Steve Roberts, Gary Brad-
ley, Mike Heid, Dewayne Miller, Shawn Howerton, Robert Pitts, Mark Colasacco, Tommy Marcum.
...Qual qv 31 ha y ga H 3? w1zz1,i.L W. . 5 Z ,,, ,
T ,x Ewa my EJ E
The Pioneer Boy and Girl Gymnastics teams finished another very suc-
cessful year in 1978, under the direction of five-year Head Coach Bob Old-
ham. Both teams had a winning season, including first place in several top
The boy's team will lose four very dedicated and skillful gymnasts to
graduation. These seniors are: Tommy Keith, Sid Mills, Dave Provence and
Brian Ahern. Ahern, two-year national competitor, plans to continue his
gymnastics in college. He holds twelve out of fourteen school records.
FRONT ROW: Coach Bob Oldham, Andy Clemins, Chris Hedrick, Andy Henson, Mike
Brooks. SECOND ROW: Barry Patton, Brian Ahern, Ken Dick. THIRD ROW: Randy
Lawhorn, Sid Mills, Tommy Keith, David Provence, Chris Stone.
, QSM 25
-11. R..g-.fv-i.. .qmx
5.ufg5'?e5fgQff5g25:zylz--mf 1,, 1. ',-' 'FEE ik KL Q
' T 'i 'WW ,
- 'L 'r 1 1 ' . ,
' "" ' ' ,
- ,, ,,
. 1 ' ,
. ...,, W-,N km, kvbyk W ...-...ww..a.ww-M 'bw-'ffm-v-W-w"fI,, W """"""'
Senior Brian Ahern gets loose for his daily workout. Brian has been-an outstanding gymnast at
At the Stillwater meet, Junior Page Prov-
ence demonstrates herflexibility during her
Junior Darla Barbre makes a 180 degree turn
while competing on the horse.
- s . . . . G Y IVI NASTI CS
ABOVE: Senior Dave Provence demon-
strates his "Hi-yo Silver" routine on the
horse. RIGHT: Sophomore Robin Hutchi-
son graces the balance beam at the Still-
Above, Senior Sid Mills works with the bar during practice.
- . uf
Hens. 5 9 ., fry
Front row: Tina Hargrove, Karen Wolfe. Second row: Coach Oldham, Brenda Shreve, Sharon Stan-
ners, and Darla Barbre. On the third row: Linda Perreira, Juanita Simpson, Robin Hutchison, Chris
Livsey, Janet Daigle, and Ann Seals. Fourth row: Tish Razook and Page Provence, and fifth row:
Windy Wildman, Michelle Chapman, Julie Jefferies, and Tracy McNeil.
SY- f -- nfl 1- 'J 1 if '-
ophomore Barry Patton scopes things out upside-
own while competing in the Stillwater Meet.
Rightg Senior Tommy Keith pauses for a picture while
practicing on the rings.
The girl's gymnastics team will not
lose any competitors this year to grad-
uation. Next yearthe girls should have
another powerful team.
This was the first year that the girls
were able to fill all levels of com-
petition, including advanced. The
Pioneers are the only team able to do
This was Head Coach Bob Oldham's
fifth year at Donart. Oldham was
named the state chairman of high
school gymnastics for the year of
lt s s t . l l T BA L L CD
C5 FOOTBALL if
. laiic or W ,
, A ,,... H h.,,, , V L hryy I ,,gA,, I I
:Eff H . , may W ' ,,.., h W .. ,, Mg ,, V7 ry 3 '4:,.: ' If' 'V ,Q A W wi
' - Me- - ' my-M ' -' - - , ' Q - , ,"' -if ,
. , ' H ' I , . 1 ,
' V' 1-"M ' V ' AM ' f' '
, ..,, I A , ,Mt .. , V, LR M gi 'g,,f'5,, I" ,E I ,sexzafezft
3. , L ,. - I t hi V 5 , Y, v, A , K , 'feb in K I W
K - , . , :gtg . , .,,, I , K- A aw . , ,
sp. ' , ffrr V , .-,, ,f ff-'f- ,, ' a f' J f 'f ' "3 Nz M Yi - f M' ,,.', . ,. , aff a-
K ' I 55,5 ,- Effzilff " ml, 'A -Q Y f 1:24 F-4432 'fi self.
.' 4... L"-W ' ' B' 9 Q? . 1 , ' " ,,
fit- ,L J., -2 'Isp , I ,111 --15,5 ,QV T Q I QA
-- ' ff ' A 'A f' . W uw if 1 ' B T ' - I if" ' f v asf 1' an
, -I T f T N.., , b-,, "'LL ?
A , ,, , ' L' " 'EL
Pl' V . 4 ,, ' T' T Gate . - W T 1 - -' T '
' mv- l' ' L aff Z 1 I 1 .. ,
' F' - , ,..,,-" 9 - V . ,. G -k, LAL' f w ' ' - fn 1 L B ,.
mmm'L - ' " I
'P ' , 9 ' "'h ' ffl? ' . ' v f' ' if 171- .- 1 I ' f
kk 1,5 nv: VIA ,li .,,,.,,, V Q! LM Li., V .V , Q E ., 3 ,, 1 4 ,QI 14 Q .
, , A-'AAA T 21 , V 'JE Tfrf y f 1 M ' W-K, 'B 'X if T
I 4? i f 'S J ,V t. w I K "
S f r -f ' Q
u ' iff X H Q fw P' , . 2' A f ' -f?"fBf"L 1"--.1 f " A ' "f-wJ - " It 3
- -ff-' W"-,. , .,'- mf- ,V ,, f. -'--' ' J HH- My H-
,T . G S'
2- -W, V 41 -, - W X -af ., . 6 c w?-' .. . ff 'iff 5' M wahfw ' - f
, , " , i ' , a W' m K."f i '-,L . , .,, TL A ,gt '
' L ff? r , ' c T , , it L ,T
,L B' ,, ,,,, l 1 .
' f ' ' . '--' 1
,, ' L 2 Q
f it f T L .
in W, 5 7 A ' gg"
,:?5f1?'4'f,g f ' f M 'fa-,L ff A WJ? . WV: FJ"75?'l'i"-N Q, aria: '
, Q , "M
g"... H , , ,'," r ,
ff A fi ". T it T' lwwgfg-2 S 1 W
T .fi f' T Y T .. , T - , A T if r-A,
..Vk ., .,VkV , '
',., , f r V ""' ' , 'lf 3 , ,"L 7i3'5'k 7" '- -W. it .
Front row: Danny Perreira, Evan Todd, Mike Miller, Bob Schweitzer, Mark Miller, Tim Trotter, David
Steindle. Second row: Corey Bateman, Bob Weibelt, Brent Phillips, Peter duBois, Kevin
Parcher, Charles McKissick. Third row: Tom Bradley, Kent Walker, Taj Almad, Greg Terrill, Mike
Jenny Jobe, Sue Harvey, Gena Flay, Terri Allan, Cheri Henderson. Fourth row: Tracy Shindell,
Jordan, Sara Bokorney, Shirlen Moore, Carol Greenberg, Everert Eissenstat. Fifth row: Bob Bradley,
Steve Lindsay, Hans Hurst, Kevin Fortney, Joel Bilhartz, Fton Harper, not pictured Karl Hurst.
Girl swimmers decide to
help new Head Coach Bud
Mahnken cool off after a
GYM NASTE B
,IV fu- f f,,,,:f,z
f' V112 , ,,.f??fl1' 7, H
f ,V J ,zngfr - , , 'fr
ffgfgi?-5 . rf:is:e:f.,fN.w M!v.,,,, Q
BASKETBALL GYM NASTICS
Senior C enb
oneer swimmers take ard workout.
Senior Gary Morton leads a discussion
in Mrs. Stout's class.
Kellie Haston and Don Giles, taken two
seconds before the crash.
Juniors Judi Phillips and Christie Stewart and Senior
Melanie Wright and Kari Goff during a DECA meeting.
Sarah Jones and Tracey Crockett discuss the difficulties
Freshmen always have that look of interest and enthusiasm.
Mary Jewett is perplexed . . .who sent this mum?
l .ffsfsff '
StilIwater's own "Unknown Comic"
And now for the record offer you have
all been waiting for, "The Best of C.E.
Donart," featuring the most memorable
hits of the past four years. For just 39.95,
yes you heard right only a mere 51350,
you too can have the solid gold tunes that
made cutoffs and hats in the hallways the
rage and visitor's parking spaces famous.
All original stars and original recordings
in glorious, full-color monotone so you'll
get every note, one at a time.
Eric Dellinger after a wild
"llQht. this year.
Hear such milestones in musical
history as "I Lost My Exemption For
A Big Mac With Fries," the
forgetable "Term Paper Blues," and
that haunting romantic ballad "I
these an amazing 5.35 value for all of
31565, post unpaid. Don't miss out
on this super buy. This is the only
time other than the next 365 after-
noons immediately after Gilligan's ls-
land that this unique television offer
will be made.
Jeff McMillan steals the show at a National Honor party. Stripes were
Zack Webster and Lenell Kelly enjoy the skating party
Prentiss Riddle and Mark Weber enjoy their meal at the Span-
ish Club Christmas party.
Dan Selakovich and Donna Hutchison bring Christ-
mas cheer to the office.
Kathy Lawson watches Ken Krenz count his fingers.
And if you act now, you will receive
absolutely free, except for a 327.98
service charge, an additional album
of "Best Loved Melodies of C.E.
Donart." You'lI get "Baindrops Keep
Falling On My Head Through The
Roof Of The FAC," the bittersweet "lt
Was Only The State Finals For Crying
Out Loud," and C.E.'s greatest all-
time hit "l'm Dreaming Of A White
Christmas With A 16 Day Vacation."
Who can resist such treasured stan-
dards? And only for 351.79 To order
simply call toll free 1-800-629-8774
and we'll reverse the charges later.
Or write to "The Best of C.E.
Donart," Suite 267B, Day-Glo Motel,
3201 Spiro Agnew Blvd., Walla Walla,
Washington, 10076. And remember,
'M' . iicl
Earl Mitchell conducts Mrs. Emerick's third hour Englis
Class as they take time out for a picture.
Those Claremore "Zebra Lovers" didn't stand a Juniors Tim Lambert and Preston McCollom
' ' . proud of their creat'on.
chance against the Pioneers
Student Council members and our photo- Sophomore Lisa White
grapher like to live dangerously. her prediction.
x it L.
Ron Galloway thinks intently in Auto Mechanics trying
to solve the aches and pains of his car.
Juniors Karen Reding and Sharon Richardson
in off-set printing.
Butch Davis and Jim Scott discover working in the
Print Shop is not as easy as it looks.
Rick McDermott puts the finishing touches on so
electrical work at the Vo-Tech project.
Kathy Vohs works as a receptionist in banking
Fowler concentrates on her work in off-set
Senior Steve Pardue teils Junior Mike Haley
where he can put his tools.
Steve Pardue runs high-powered machinery in
the Vo-Tech machine shop.
Cindy Wickstrom prepares for a career in bank-
ing. Here she is working as a receptionist.
Sept. 2 Enid
9 A Cushing
16 Ponca City
Oct. , Owasso 1 2 - 6.
SXYXEDIAMON Stillwater s
459 ccttc ttttt .sy Photographlc Center
w tc,t cttcncilnl cicf o
NY' ,tti Q
,ff . . ccaaatttc .
,.tt 1 X A ,. 1'
ttt 1 1 t,f.g.,w5,,fgtlmgufQmtlIU!'U'NW
7 onvement ays o uy W xg tiff' My HlHHlHfyfrQT ugWww
'M W If .'f ""f af
The Diamond Store In H 'V
BRING Lo. AND SAVE s5.oo ON THE W tt
PURCHASE OF A CLASS
713 S. Main 372-9266
Iiglll Ill IEII
124 S. Main 377-2102
PARTNERS IN gg g -5 ij ' ix
THE PEOPLE A ELT 1 F I
BUSINESS 'II-III llIIIllI I . ll I
O I 0 P is 777
7KT STILLWATER YOUNG IvIEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Christian Leadership For A Stronger Stillwater
Lloyd Davenport David McArt Area Code 405 372-5833
Executive Director Program Director 204 South Duck 0 Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074
Welding 8t Industrial Equipment -Supplies -
Financial Planning Services
P.O. Box 30
14051 624-0330 Stillwater, OK 74074
ss ' Sfnvice - RE'
U Marvin Hatfield
3212 S. Boomer Dr.
219 S. Washington Your
Gemma' S Wan' Ma" COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
Jw? I' OF SCHOOLS
May All Your Dreams Come True
Cathy Galloway finds friendly help from Dana Stout, Barbra and Jayne McCormick at CONSLJM-
ERS IGA. 1210 Boomer Rd. and 721 N. Perkins Fld. where you always find low prices on everything
Have A Good Day!
Jack llarcuni llotors
Wholesale - Retail
JACK MARCUM 509 S. Perkins Road
Telephone 377-1838 Stillwater, Oklahoma
Jeff Lawson and other employees are ready to help you
find all your school needs at B 81 C OFFICE SUPPLY
Students find relaxation from music and AUDIO SOUND
507 S. WASHINGTON
Fashions for Women
Bo n n ey s
From Campus Through Career
Two Fine Stores To
Student Union Store
716 South Main
Donna Hutchison, Starlyn Stanley and Tracy Babb will put
Sggod taste in fashion in the clothes She their best foot forward in shoes from CAMPBELL'S SHOE
buys at CAMPBELL'S PETTICOAT SHOPPE. GTGRE- E
Music students buy all their supplies at CHENOWETH 81 GREEN
DUKE BABB R S G- C R S
General Agent, College Division A T
215 South Washington 3 N. I N
STILLWATEFI, OKLA. 74074
FIDELITY UNION LIFE 5
Jane Honska, Jenny Jobe, Jennifer Weeks, and Sara Bokorney find all their
building needs at HOKE LUMBEFI 218 W. 9th l
Birthday Parties Amateur Tournaments
' Group Play Family Night
F 'I B k S e Saturda
army OO S All You,Can Play Day up r Y
Putt-Putt' Golf Course
517 North Main 377-8363
LIGHTING and SUPPLY
1225 N. Perkins Road
' '- Ji' ' . I-1' ,
5125555555525 i 1 I
The members of the First Presbyterian Church is 'V41 -- ,-r:
sears args asmmtmmam meh all the , ' I
Seniors. . . E222 ease eeeem 2 22222222 2
yvur One Sfojf 237011411
61r,JreJJion 0,1 '
' Greetmg Cards " Candles I .V I
I' Posters 1 Plaques .2 K , ' Y ,I
' Books E Party ' 0,9 2 V 4, . Qsgof'
' Stationary I' Gift Wrap WAND 0 - I
' Russell Stover Candy ' Gifts XX C - I
X . , , .
219 So. Washington Tops Dresses
Q SHOP "the GeneraI's Walk Jea s etc F II Line
CP 6215 Mom 372-0268 "on the Strip of Ladies Apparel
A 8: W Rooibeer
2216 N. Washington
BOB BURK OIL CO. INC.
Phillips 66 Distributor
Mary Houston, Renee Frye, and LeAnn Reid sort through the
fashionable selection of shoes and purses at McCLINTOCK'S
SHOES 718 S. MAIN
Kari Rusco, Jean Ann Jaynes, Desa Williamson, and Deti Ledbetter cool themselves at the coolest place
in town, A-C SERVICE CO. 323 E. Airport Fld.
X' 0, X
., 'M f '
l ir, or S -
Loretta, Gail and Guy Cooper find fun and Loretta, Gail and Guy Cooper find fun and
relaxation riding on a SCHWINN bicycle from relaxation riding on a HONDA motorcycle from
CTOCPEFVSTIYCLE CENTEPTZQOS Mairn S S S CGGPERSGYCELENTER 412 lNa9tha C C G
Wendy Wildman, Tish Razook, Tim Dilbeck, Stan Hunneycut, Bruce Broyles and Scott Summers take all
their realty needs to the DILBECK AGENCY, 104 E. McElroy.
EB Yr glmmilll, I
16 at P5 Q3 rn 5 .
A REALLY GOOD CLOTHING COMPANY
242 S. Knoblock 704 South Main
For 83 Years
KATZ DEPARTMENT STORE
Main at seventh Downtown Stillwater
ACCUTRON BULOVA CARAVELLE
Certified Watch and Clock Repair
712 S. Main Phone 372- O41
C.E. Donart's Varsity Cheerleaders bring their JOHN H' LEONARD
insurance straight to JEFFERIES THOMPSON Stillwafefs Certified Master
Frontier Federal Savings
Gnd l.OClh ASSOCIOTIOD
4th and Duck
yomf folimfe 15050 ,foam
gwewlihxe fwwhabh ,MA
an fw db md!
IDTSFHBTIODHL TOUI' S , ll'lC .
- Downtown -
214 W. 8th
STILLWATER, OK 74074
14051 372-1 647
- Campus -
STUDENT UNION BUILDING
STILLWATER, OK 74074
FENTON OFFICE SUPPLY
809 S. Main , v,
Stillwater, Okla. Y as " '
Bank Forms and Supplies
f Linographing and Printing
R t d S -O tF
egis er an nap u orms
Steel and Wood Furniture, Gifts
Party Goods, Greeting Cards
"Let Us Design Your Office"
4 A ,,V,, .. ICF
Courtney Collier, Sheri Henderson, and Cecilee
Home of the best hot 81
cold sandwiches in
Subs, BBQ, Super Hot
Dogs, Frito Chili Pies,
Frozen Yogurt 81 Friends
all at OLLIES
Monroe 81 Hall of Fame
Kendall Grindstaiff Q6-alty
Colclasure scope out the wide selection of 127 South Main Stillwater' Oklahoma 74074
fasionable shoes and accessories at BROWNS
SHOE FIT 714 S. Main
M 372-6120 722 S. Main
811 S. Main
Stillwater, Ok. f-Dependable f
Children's Clothes, Since
Furniture 81 Accessories 1932"
TheYEAFlBOOK and EXCELSIOR staffs enjoy the fast and friendly service they always find at HARDEE'
502 S. Husband where the Burgers are Charcoaled Broiled.
John Lachelt, Nancy Griffith and other
customers enjoy getting gas from the electric
pumps at GRIFFITH'S GAS-UP
I-fi "'7fI',f 0
"Assurance of quality since 1926"
LIBERTY FEDERAL SAVINGS 8. LOAN
I INSURED SAVINGS
I HOME LOANS
I MEMBER Fsuc
LIBERTY FEDERAL SAVINGS 81
Tammy Varnum Lisa Turner Melinsa Shideler L LOAN Assn 232 S MainV377'0300
A F319 SIIIEAR
Dave 'iMr. Sportswear" Martin
The' Sign of Fine Food . . .
ilQ4fE5STSWfiTATle7 f f f f a f 372-6-220
Tracy Babb, Starlyn Stanley, and Donna
Hutchison comfort their feet with shoes from
t t,ttt,i i
Sheri Helt and friends enjoy hospitality and service at KENS TEXACO 6th and Washington
I I S ..,5,.,W,, An F,thanAllen,Gallery
sniiwaren S3VINGSiD...J"'A'i M- In n 116 East Ninth
ANDiOiiN ASSOCIATION q The Savings Corner Sullwater,
6th 81 Husband' Stillwater, Okla. 74074
9 AM-5:30 PM Mon. Thru Sat.
Traci Shindeli, Lauren Sibley, Tracy McNeil, Ken King, and Tad Cooper find the best in used cars at
CARROUSEL MOTORS 524 W. Sixth
E. W. Shelton Lumber Company
li All Orhvr Building Mate
Ninth and Lowry
S LLWATER, OKLAHOMA 74074
'7 MEAT MAIQT
523 Soufk Washinqfon
Sfillwcifev, Oklahoma 74074
R. JAY CLEANERS
207, Discount on
Cash and Carry
501 5, washington 372-5600 Leca Bode and Melanie Wright find the best in
e e e e e e e e e feminine appareIatMcKEOWN'S SHOWCASE8
BFZUNSWICJN '. f V 1' A
3003 N- PERWNS RD' A BRUNSWICK COMPANY
STILLWATER,OKLAHOMA , , X ,
Sandy Jones, Jenny Jaynes, Cathy Galloway and
Sandy Soergel just love the cars at MITCHELL
MOTORS, 409 S. Main
Ing: PHONES OFF. 372 4242
STAT! FARM RES. 372 3437
-'ta H15 .
INSURANCE 7 -'
G7 b y
P.O. Box I23B. 139 S. IVIAIN, S OK
PEPQFSFNTING STATE FARM INSU C
AlJY'l'7 - IIFE - YIWE
TI-IE FAMILY STEAKHOUSE
ALL AMERICAN ST EAKS
410 S. WASHINGTON
STI LLWATE R, OKLAHOMA
377-7777 217 W. Ninth Ave.
On Cable TV
Mark Tower and friends find their jobs through
i 132 W. Holi of Fame Ave.
Shaun Marton, Ann Jordan, Karen Luebke, and In The Cowboy MOI'
Anthony Curtis take their business to MOORE
5 fl .-- X '
, -4 v
03? ' U 'D W
, 'X ', N- '-
i 15, 1 '71
-X M 4 fag,
3 f, Yagi:-ff , 'Yi
, ' X MJ ,
714 S. WESTERN, STILLWATER, OK. 74074 14051 377-2181
all 1544.22 Ji'
W I RUfK'S
Becky Thedford, Hans Hurst, Becky Devlin, and Dale Sorrel can tell you about the great deals and
fantastic service at ELLINGSON BUICK, OPEL 8t AMC N. Perkins Rd. 8t Richmond Rd.
W2 . 'i:m:l:::e2::i,:.L,., HOTJUST
I I2 IS Ef'I'ennas 5. TI-IE Sf-TITIE OLD TI-IIDG.
VOCQI .C:f:.:',z:,i:f:., Q I
swim SUIES ' . - -l
TENNIS HEADQUARTERS 33 , E jg
520 S.Knoblock Mon.-sal.1o-5:30
Stillwater, Okla. D800 1 I ,
MIIIJWI U ff? wif
I 33572 at fig
A Ev H fvffjiff
The GOLD LHDCE CLFISS RIDGI
MUSIC PLAS? Gave You n cl-Iolce
2-4 WEEK DELIVERY
P. O. Box I03I
E. GENE COLASACCO Eight Main Place
vroafavffaolaaaaaaa EsfaI1wQleEo1cl4oJ4EEE EEEKQSDSQKQEQQIDQIE E
Tom Ray, Donna Hutchison, Scott Ingham, Jami Baker, and Sharla Flay take all their abstracts to
UNIVERSITY ABSTRACT 8 TITLE CO. 8 Main Place Mall
1224 N. Boomer Road
. . .across from the school
Joe Morrow and Ronnie Osborn are ready and willing to serve you that great food at those low prices
f' 4mdit l:9UIEFEHPfLESeGRlSllYHERlEDGl:llCKEN.6O6ANwSixtlL f f i , f J'
- si I , K ww-
Tom lVlcGlamery, Tim Sibley, Dave Jelley, Jeff Lawson, and Tom Maciula enjoy the good deals your
always to find at the car headquarters of Stillwater, SIMPSON PONTIAC 6th 8t Washington.
David Kelly, Rayan Reid, David Jones, Brad Boyd, Page Provence, and Mike Underwood all agree
that the Pioneers are for real and so is the great food at WEINER KING 116 E
ASS E MMT Ill IN!
First Nolionol Bdnk
Slillwdler Ndlionol Bank
The Graduating Class
Fashions For Guys 8t Gal's
Open Tues. thru Sat. 615 S. Lewis
evenings by appointment 372-5775
Men's 8t Womens Hairstyling
Operators Sherry Marlin, Lilah Keller
Telephone 2016 East Sixth Ave.
405f372-7622 Stillwater, Oklahoma
Carrier Ditching and Excavating
A. Burl Carrier, owner
0 Ditchwitch 8- Everett Trenchers 0 Front End Loader
0 Install Septic Tanks 81 Laterals 0 Plowing 81 Mowing
I Tractor Backhoe 0 Yard Grading
0 Dump Truck 0 Pier Digging
0 Air Compressor O Jack Hammer
1225 N. Perkins Rd.
Open 8 a.m.-11 p.m.
Monday thru Friday 8t
8 a.m.- 8 p.m.
Saturday 8t Sunday
B IVI A
BUSINESS MENS ASSURANCE
1 Lf.,.,,.,.j B6 Cl-W-.cn
WALTER W. MATTOX
Wicklow Professional Center
Bus 372-5200 Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074
Susan and Jane Honska find the best in coseme- Un Fronf of Forfy Nor-H1 Aparfmenfgl
tics at TIGER DRUG 824 S. Walnut 372-7900
million srilamine swui sl-lon
Pioneers in Hair Design
for Men 8: Women
Appointments Wed. 8x Thur.
GARY WESTMORELAND BASEMENT OF STUDENT UNION
DISCOUNT AUTO PARTS
2121 EAST 6th
STI LLWATER, OK LA. 74074
COLLIN AUTO TRIM
S, B, and KEVIN COLLIN 3l9 South Lewrs
Phone 372-l255 Stillwater, Oklahoma
:IE - X
O P 1
S4 In !
,rg , c rn
5 o I'i'l
5 "' X
1 :cl X
r 2 521 University 372-7037
Specilizing in all types of hair styles Men and
Have a complete line Ftoffler Products
'L 'I K
rm , ill,
. 1 ,' rg. "i""hjl5. 1
I. T ZF is B ' gig J
.Q J wifi?-f .QQ QL 2gffEiHsS.Egm 4+U ffll,4-al, :Sf A A .
-zf-- T , ag: -fi 1'f'i 'f2 v p,
'ff H Q: 1 R 31 f44aF'4".L'
:m fg 5 . , -: TAT - e?a4'fw2'P1
T " m""""" 'Wpik 'f'
f +5,gsffg g1 .m4,L!m1mmea. fl1 1,f , g - L
' -'.-"'f1', " - .- ' T' if ""'-:ff . T- - '
-?bi TTii":2.a..:--- i- L T' """' 3 " A '
A, a 5y2fPaiT N
'I'II meet you at the Union"
OKLAHOIVIAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Jim Hardick, Stan Hunneycut, Leoa Bode and Tom Nlaciula say the only way to go to the prom is in style
VK? H15 PtW5aiC1HiWzTtUXjfr'UrTYTHE FGFQMA-L41l:AC-E,5Q854inoblock, e ,f o ff f f i
U.S. ARMY RECRUITING SERWCE
------ 109 5 MAIN
Fon u.s. ARMYS
Kevin and Kay Oltmans look over new cars at
phone 372-4784 PAUL BUFICH DODGE
Complete Line of 1 I ' I i VT
Landscaping and Gardening Supplies
377-1225 Oklahoma 512 E. 12 372-1511
Missy McCollom relaxes while Preston McCollom and Don Giles find the best in furniture
at MCCOLLOM INTEFIIORS 224 N. Main
---- Discount Drug
Cen-fer RADIO STATION
' gk, P I PM-94
7l9 N. Perkins 624-8585 55113 FM
Pioneer Mall ,jk :Q STEREO
We Offer IOCV, Off On . - - L FOLLOW THE PIONEERS
Stork Aid and Senior Citizen :5!
Discount Plans -5-5
if Football- Basketball
Max Factor - Revlon - Allercream - Matchabelli Wrestling - Baseball
M I D-AM E RIC!-I
'Ni Q Q0
x- i A
I E - 5 Mnef
JIMMY G. HALL P. o. Box za
PRESIDENT STILLWATER, OKLA. 74074
617 South Main 377-3916
STILLWATER, OKLA. 74074
Cathy Golloway, Mama Teague, Sandy Jones, CLOTHING' AND
Becky Teague, Darci Rhea, 8r Becky Goodwin
buy and sell all their property through HERIT- ACCESSORIES
AGE REALTY, 139 S. Main
QQKJ we 532220 15
Wmzma- 0760104292 002
22222222 mmf O0 ,
302 J Wwwyfaw Q02 919'
0212. 272- 7220
OLIVETTI U N DERWOOD Corporation
Stillwater Cggpewritcl' Compaug
125 SOUTH MAIN STREET
STILLWATER OKLAHOMA 74074
910 W. 7th 372-2670
I Bus 377-3555
E. J. HWOODYH GOEFIINGEFR
Lele 81 John Murphy trust all their Insurance
Leemire their father at the MURPHY AGENCY NLNUDilQ22iOE5SMiiiY f+?ttECfAXT2lf'52flf.'OhKf5'ffffl.
118 W. 8th I
Motel - Restaurant - Club
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074
Ed. and Mary Springer, Owners
Gary and Marti Springer, Restaurant Mgrs.
Ph. 44051 372-2425
2313 W. 6th St.
VLSMTGVLCG g61'lCy A I I I
1409 SOUTH MAIN STREET Julie Jefferies, Dianna Heppel, and Ann Seals go
TELEPHONE: Mos, 372-2450 crazy over the wide and fashionable selection of
ST,,-,-WATER, OKLAHOMA 74014 shoes at the HUT SHOES 227 S. Knoblock.
Tonya Fore gives her advice to "come on down"
Q9 and eat at SEVEN KNIGHTS RESTAURANT, 1104
Hall of Fame Ave.
Janet Presley, Jeff Watson, and Lele Murphy enjoy the ride that Mary Helen Harper gives them in a
super neat car from WARD ENTERPRISES, 1302 E. 6th.
,ff 4- V 5 vf, g .,
, x . .,. , ,K ki
' 2. '. V 5
g, , ...H J w, an - '. , V - , 'V + He 5 5
j ' f":.k 1 fx . ,..:.x1fe.,14L-r-'4.., H W K if ' 5 Lk,L nw 1 K -V
. V 2 -1 - .,- -,-1 ':, 9315: gi . k V . , ., . 1 -"'
VVYV2 3 .e , ,h ' .1 1
L ' V. ' f
ii: .V ,S 1, 'bi P V ie. e
VV P ' V, 'TWTWA' k h 1 Q ' ' 1
. 'W w -W ff'!A V 353 IW' , ' W
- 2 ., '
, W, +wQ.1 345 V ...gg -V :-:L--: : a ff -5.2919 . '- -, , A 1 , 1 K :..
e w f . 3 V ? ,3w ! .f f V V iff V.
19e wg feeqeeewweeee ME . Vwe, wee
e 1 eee , , A
e V W ,'
QK . .,.., A K ,,kt'- , K ,,.,.,..: , Q 1g KKKgKFK K K K JV .35 52 Qmfi-TQLM.. , K K. A . fig Ks
'1" Q 73!fQ!7fTaF
M- I gi .2 if L 1., . 1 A ., B Q , A, J: e 1 V: g 9 Y
S, '- ' V eeee ' V e
., X E , .
ig gi 53519533 GM! ! W wr
.- 3 -1 . ., , -L'. .. ,,3,.. gf as-, ,Q -5 . :,. 1 - V ,,.,. l. :V
V ly "La f Q
3 2 1 ' . ' '. ,
f .. WM 5 i 223 ....f' V xfef:...feA E 5 22' ll' 4: x.,, -- il i i ' ge ' E '
s 'SV 2 V f i 2 S ,MV
V 5 Wfxx fa Vs 214, " if 3. ma.. V .. 5 - s- 1
,gf RM E51 M y 3 2 3!ff5fA ! gg i Aflfy , i q i K g,V.h, i fK KK K
, , K.K K-k Fgg,K,gg. P 5 N LS wg Q " . Y KK K 'Q K ff . . ,gs
, KKK? , . K K
5 ' , "T gi ipi : k', 4- ' Sig ,.,' 'Sf K , ' 1-. K ,-5-5 , , A ' A -. 1: ' ek
, K K: T KK E SK 555 1 KK K KK. . KK Ki 'VWK SKK ,KKKKK A .r KK K
gQ'iQeewWw Wifkyyiwu eihefve M 5 eif
' - ee sa ' 'LL' ' ' N -fk 3 ' ' I i E . A ..'
, Q5 'S f i 3 , H .e ,g,,,...-aj' v """2w +1
V iJ V VVJ Q 3 F' V
gn? in .. :KKK KV I KA x ii! Ka lit K SK, v.V, K. H- A .Q K K
V.V. 38 ,52 VVV:V- - 5 '
'-V' - V " Q V I ' si'
2l k V J .e ,..x V - ., , , .
A - VV'--V V.. VV.g. "" I "
. .. .,f, K KK K
' . ZKV f 2.V. X H '-V- - A H V
' ' e
, .... . ,,,,. Q.,
--fe, VVf,1V,,.f:,,:5V fi
5 f -' H wsfzv Liswfffif ,mf WV
Gayle Lewis shows her friends the good buys on cars at BELLATTI-LEWIS CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH
llll RD mtllEliil1E1?QS
, M ,V
5 ':. 'i Z
Pam Ward, Scott Hall 81 Linda Lewis look over what's happening at WARD ASSOCIATES EN-
Tavee Paine, Hans Hurst, Jane Honska, Susan Lindsey 8t Dale Sorrell know the best lumber comes from
INGHANI LUMBER CO., 117 W. 8
IEC. U, 5. PAT. Off
f- 9 f 9 29 GREA11 IASIES,
W 11705 S. Perkins
AUTO O LIFPL O HUMEOVVNERS
George ll. Cook
farmers Insurance Group
12.25 N. PERKINS RD.
Q4055 624-8228 S'I'ILI.XVA'IQER, UKLA. 7407+
Janet Wilkey takes time out to show C.E. Donart students how employees work at STILLWATER NA
3 Tom Specializes in
-'Ori-ES TerrIII Brothers
"YOUR LIVING COMFORT Is Oun BUSINESS"
" lil ' '
- ' SYTULLIWAQT R- I
"ON THE STRIP"
ZOE.:-5211535 T f f TlIiVi:7fO'5-3'7Z1C'87'g - f f f f f f f Z , ,
STILLVVATER, OKLA. KERMIT: 405-372-B053
f- . ---N
um w s
'Y' O'IC fn
QT gsm? QE
x Q :mio A?
-I 2.6-UC alfa
99 U Q .-
3 S.aQ' C7
m cg TUm
O ar gg
- w Z S'3 3 E'a'9
U1 0,435-up LQ
W 22025 Q
5 iw?-224 fn
ag 3--WUC-E 2
-. CLO3:,g- SD
3 OSQSCJJ 5
L2 QUE' A f"
3 0 gm 33 S
--h...3 Q -.
mmf? Q' LQ
- sg. Qfg at
o 2-Q 0 -' 5
2 ga- FG ta
3 0.2 -2K4 90
L ' V m
2? of 2 O
-6' ag-+ if 2-
: 4 O
CUSTOM PARTY SHIRTS
OSU GIFTS 81 CLOTHING
T-SHIRTS G TRANSFERS
SILK SCREEN PRINTING
AUTO PLAZA AUTO PLAZA AUTO PLAZA
Stillwater Auto Plaza
The home of Charley Vincent Chevrolet
and Plaza Ltncoln Mercury
Htghway 51 W
AUTO PLAZA Auto PLAZA AUTO PLAZA
. Q -
.- CAMPUS CORNER
Spovts center' o r Ca50o3ah
Ski Shop H 0
225 S. Knoblock
Pat Razook-Ownerg Kent Martindale-Mgr. ' '
302 SO. KNOBLOCK
my brothers backyard nina's
817 west 4th 234 So. Knoblock
phone 372-3111 phone 372-5091
. , .
fi l Fla S I l'lC
Stillwater, oklahoma 74074
BOERSMA BEVERAGE COMPANY
CARBERRY DISTRIBUTORS DUCKWALL WHOLESALE INC.
For Dependable overhead door work, Randy
Hornberger prefers HORNBERGER OVERHEAD
. . .502 E. 12th.
HARRISON ELECTRIC ORANGE CRATE
SHIDELER'S PHOTO-CRAFT STILLWATER FLORAL CO.
.C. SERVICE CO. ..
ron, Dewayne ....
bott, Martha ,...
cklin, Lori .......
cre, Jo ........
cuff, Taylor ....
dams, Anita ....
gnew, Marion ...
hmad, Soraya ..,..
hmad, Taj ..,..
llen, Teri ...........
llen, Toma ,.,.,...
lsup, Jimmy ...,.
ltman, Steve .,,...
nderson, Chris ....
nderson, Jim ......
nderson, Risa ,...,
nderson, Scott ..,.
,ndrews, Teresa ...,
.rgland. Steve ......
.rmstrong, Deanne ..
.rmstrong, Karen ,.
.rnoId, Donna .
.ustin, Debbie ...
tvants, Janice ....
.xton, Terry ....
yres, Joe ...,..
8. C OFFICE SUPPLY
abb, Tracy ....,,..,,,. .
con, Jan .,..
dger, Jane .
ker, James ..,.
ker, Jamie ....
naker, Julie .....
r hi Hamid
, 9 -Q ' flf
rret: Sharon' 'ffff
HRBERG MILLINC' ,.
. . . . 227
. , . . . 226
120, 129, 224, 234
..36,95, 100, 104, 120
100.103, 130,148, 240
103,104, 120, 130,148
.. ..... 51
Beck, Jan ...,
Beck, Steve .....
Be den, Tim ...,.
Bell, David .........
Bell, Tamra ........,....... . ,
BELLATTI-LEWIS MOTORS ........
Bennett, Melissa ....
Berlin, Jim ..,.,.....
Bernhardt, Andy ...,
Bieri, Donna ......
Bierig, Barney ....
Bilhartz, Joel ....
Bilyeu, Julie ....
Bilyeu, Kevin .....
Bischoff, Carol ...
Bittle, Ben .,....
Bivins, Joey .....
Black, Dee ....
Black, Jeff .,.,...,
Black, Lisha ........
Blackwell, Earl .....
Blackwell, Tammy . .
Blakely, Karen ,.....
Bloom, Jon .,..,...
BOB BURK OIL CO.
Bode, Leca ......,,.
Bokorney, Sara .....
...,17, 104, 106
, ......,.... 254
120, 37, 170
17, 118, 119
37, 120, 148,
.. ....., .,............... 2 21
,162, 166, 236,248
Burchard, Paul ,.
Burk, James ........
Burk, Paul .......
Burns, Dewayne ....
Burrell, Bob ......
Bush, Peggy .....
Burt, Barbra ,. ..
Burt, Chris ....,
Butler, Mary Sue
Butler, Stuart ..,..
Byrd, James ...,
Caldwell, Renee .................
CALICO TREE ............,....,.,. ...
Campbell, Jeff ...
CAMPBELLS PETricoAr'siioHi5e' U
CAMPBELLS sHoEs .......,,,....
CAMPUS CORNER ...........,..
Carlson, Marc .,.,..
Carnefix, Jack .....
Bolden, Valerie .....
Bolden, Sharese ....
. Joe ..,....
, Susan ....
Borland, Jeff .. ,,
Borland, Scott ,,..
Bouchard, Jan ....
Bowen, James ..,.
Bowen, Jeanetta ....
Bowen, Jesse . ..,. ..
Bowen, Paulette ....
Boyd, Bart ...,,...
Boyd, Brad ...,.
Boyd, Daria .....
Boyd, Laurie ....
Boyer, Blane ....
Boyer, Carla ....
Boyer, Darla .....
Boyer, Earl . . .
Boyer, Kerry .,,..
Boyer, Lisa ....
Bradley, Bill .....
Bradley, Gary .....
Bradley, James ...
Bradley, Kent ...
Bradley, Mark ......
Bradley, Robert ....
Bradley, Tom .............
Bradshaw, Ann ,.... .... . ..
Bradshaw, Gerald . .
Bramwell, Betsy ....
Bridges, Jeff ..,...
Britton, Suzie ......
Brooks, Harvey .....
Brooks, Mike .....
Brooner, Diana ...,.
Brown, Alana .....
Brown, Cindy ...
Brown, Jane ....
Brown, Jim ....
Broyles, Bruce ...
Brumfield, Todd ....
Brun, Betsy .,.. .
Buchanan, Brooke ..
Buckner, Jeff ,......
Buckner, John ...
Bunney, Tim ....
,126, 161, 167, 225
. .... 51,100
98, 99, 102, 103, 162.
., ..... 65,141
.. .... 18,81
, .... 51,243
.. . . .37, 135
104, 138, 140, 144, 233
.65, 103,114,144, 146
.65, , ,144,146
., .......... ..65,141
146. , 174, 228
Carpenter, Terry ....
Carr, Julie .....,....
Carraway. Kermit ....
Carrett, Curtis ..........
CARRIER DITCHING ....
Carrier, Shelley ..........
Casey, Janette . .,.., . . ..
Castleberry, Roger . . ,
Castleberry, Tim ....
Castoe, Robin ....
Cawood, Debbie ....
CENTRAL DRUG . ..
Chappell, Sara ..,,.,.......,
, ..., ,51,113
, ............,....... 79
95, 98, 145, 177
.. ,... 111,113
. .... 18,116
Charies, Lance ..,..........,.., ...
Charles, Robert . , .......,..,. .
CHARMETTE BEAUTY SALON
Chase, Jeanie ...,.........,,.. ...,..
Cheatham, Elane . ...........
Chehrehgosha, Lili .....
Chehrehgosha, Susie ....
CHENOWETH 8. GREEN .......
Chesbro, Doug ........... ,. ..
Chesbro, Tommy .........
Chessmore, Charles ...... .
Christian, Cecelia ...,...
cl-luck's PAINT a. PAPER. 'fff
Childers, Duane ...........
Childers, Kevin ,.......,,,
Clark, Bart ,... ,.........,
Clark, Melody . .
Clary, Ida , ........
Clary, Roberta ....
Clay, Gena ....
Clay, Tina . .,,,.
Clemons, Andy ...
Clifford, Thomas ...
Cline, Bob ...,.,,
Cline, Elise ...,...
Clow, Sherri . ,,.,........
Coberg, Phoebe .,.......,,
Cobb, Brad .,..
cocA com, on.'PE'r5r5is'R
Coffey, Catherine .....,.....
Coffey, Jennifer .......,,.
Coke, Carol ., ......
Colasacco, Keith ,,..
Cole, Cindy ..,.... .
COLLECTIONS INC. ,.
Collier, Courtney .......
COLLIN AUTO TRIM ....
Collins, Josh ..,.,....
Combs, Gayle ......
Comstock, John .....
Convertino, Celeste ...,
Cook, John .......
Cook, Michael . ..,... ,.
Cooksey, Carroll .......
Cooksey, Jana ........
ooopisas cvcuz SHOP' ' 111
Cooper, Carl ......,...
Cooper, Gail .......,...
Cooper, Guy ,....
Cooper, Loretta ..,.
Cormany, Sue .....
Cornforth, Cathy ..
Corstvet, James ... ..
Cotton, Mike ..... ..
Coup, Cindy ......,
Courtright, Denise ..
Coyle, Jerry .....,.
Crabtree, Greg ..
Craft, Dennicia ....
Craft, Robert ........
Craig, Cheryl .........,
Craighead, Melanie ..,,
Crain, Kim ...,......
Cramer, Ricky .....
Cramer, Vicky . ,,...,
Croy, Brenda ........
Cummins, John ........
.1 If 1'5,'19f95',i1'd0,'1112,
149, 159,160, 161
Cunningham, Calvin ..........,,.,...
Cunningham, Margaret , ............ .
103, 110, 138,
Cunningham, Ted ...................
Curry, Bobbie ..,,..
Curtis, Anthony .,..
Doty, Dawn . ..
Doty, Phyllis ....... ..................,... 9 0
Douglas, Terri . ..,... 53, 103, 138, 140, 144
Drummond, Mary Jo .................. .. 82
Drumright, James .... 21, 105, 135, 134
duBois, Peter , .... ..,......, 1 ...... 53
Duckwall, Donna .... ...67,138,141
Duckwall, Mike ....
Dudley, Cindy .,...
Duffy, Johnny .,..
Duke, Lance ..
Durham, Linda ....
Earnest, Wanda .,.
Ebersole, Edward ,,
EIGHT X TEN .....
Eisenbraun, Ann ...
Eisenstat, Ed ..,..
Eisenstat, Everett ..
Eldin, Mannal .....
Ellis, Cindy ....,.,
Ellis, Leslie ..,....
Ellis, Linda ....... .
EL SOL MOTEL ,..
Emde, Matt .......
ENMIER, aiu. INSURANCE' 'f.
, y .............,,
Erwin, Lynette ..,.,.......
Erwin, Monte ............
Eslinger, Jan na ..................
Esmailzadegan, Peyman .....
Estes, Kyle ........... .......
, ..., ,...,, 6 7
. .....,,..,, 252
. ..,. 21,120,170
ET CETERA HALLMAHK SHOP ' ffff ' ' " ......,.. 226
Etheridge, Lucille ............
Eubanks, Becky ...... ....,..
Eubanks, Elizabeth ....
100, 104, 161,163
Custer, Susan .....
Czarniecki, Dan .....
Czarniecki, Deborah .
Daggs, Jimmy ...
Daigle, Janet ....
Dallas, Jewel ....
Daniel, Mike ...
Danz, Glen ,...,.
Darnaby, Steve ....
Darst, Bobby ....
Darst, Patty .......
Daughtery, Bruce ....
Davidson, Theodore ..
Davis, Butch ........
Davis, Chris .....,.
Davis, Pam ......
Davis, Robyn ......
Dawkins, Laurie ...
f f f .' 99, 169
,. ,. . . 52
, 106 109
, . 52
Deal, Marilyn ....., ..... . .......... 8 8
Deal, Mark ....,. ,... 3 8,105 109 110 130
Deal, Randy ..... ..................,. 3 8
Dearinger, Tom .... ...... ........,... 8 9
Deland, Sue . .,.. ..........,........,,,.. 5 2
Dellinger, Eric .,.,.......,.......... 20, 102,
140,139,141,144 160 212
Demaree, Roger ... .. ,.............. ,.... . . . 66
Denny, Darla .,., ............,..., , 66 139
Dermer, Rick ..... ...... 5 2 105
Devine,Johnny ,. .,.,,.,. 52 113
Devlin, Becky ,..,.., 38 121 239
DeVries, Sandy .... ....,.,.....,. 2 0, 98,
104,145 163 167
Dick, Ken ...,,.. ................ 5 2
Dickason, Glen .... .............. 2 0
Dickens, Billie Jo .... . . . 53
Dickens, Carolyn ..,. .... 3 8
Dickens, Rose ..... .........., 2 O
DILBECK AGENCY ,,.. ....,.,... 2 28
Dilbeck, Tim ........ ..., 3 8 170 228
Dlrks, Eugene ..... .... 2 0 170 158
Dirks, Renee .... .......... 1 38
Disel, Ron , .... ,, ..,., . .90
Dobbs, Rick ...., .... 3 8 170
Dobson, Randy .... ,,..,,... 5 3
Doll, Ledeana .... .... 2 1 113
Domnick, Kim ... ....,.,.,..... 83 130
Donavan, Bruce ,............... 38, 94,
Donavan, Kevin ..,, .................... 5 3
Doran, David .,.... ....,.. 5 3
Doran, Kenneth ... ...,... .. 21
Doss, Jo Ann ... ,.,. 21,110
Evans, .Ellie ...,...
Fagan, Shawn ..,.,
Fairchild, Mark .,..
Fajen, Pam ....., .,
Fallen, Debbie ...,...
Farajollahi, Shelly .,,
FARMERS INC. ...., .
Farmer, Robert ,,..,.,.
FARRIS JEWELERS ...
Fassnacht, Bryan ....
Faulk, Nancy ......
Faulk, Richard ....... .....
Felber, Chester ....,.....,.,
FENTON'S OFFICE SUPPLY .
Fisher, Diane ..........,.... ,
Fisher, Mark ,... ,.. ...
Fitzgerald, Tim ..
Flood, Alger ...
Focht, David ...
Folger, David ....
Fore, Tonga .....
FORMAL LACE .,
Fortney, Kevin ...
Foster, Beth ...,... .
Foster, Charley .,,. ..
Foster, Clay ..... .....
Foster, Gayla .... . .
. .,..,. 39
., .... 248
, ...,.., 22,135
Foster, Helen .... ....,............ B 5, 104
Foster, Morris .... ....
Fowler, Karen ... .
Fowler, Kelly ,.
Fowler, Marty .,. .
Fowler, Renee .,. , .,.....,........ 22, 217
Fox, Ramona .... ,.,,,
Foy, Sherri ...., . ,
Frank, Amy ..... .
Franzmann, Tom ...
Frazier, Laura ...
Freeman, Lee ...,
Freeman, Mark ....
Frenk, Norman ..
, ..,.....,..,...,., 39
25, 95, 98, 163
Friedle, Denise ...............
FRONTIER CABLE VISION , ...... ,.,.. . ..,....
FRONTlER FEDERAL ............ , .,..,.......
Frye, Renee .......
Fryrear, Betty ..
Fulgenzi, Bob ...
Fulgenzi, Helen ....
Fulk, Annette .....
Fultz, Deborah ....
Furman, Shenlsta ..
Furtado, Mark ....
Gabrel, Cathy ,....
Gaches, Danny ....
Gaches, Mike ...,.
Gafford, Robyn .,,,
Gaines, Sandy .,
Gaines, Terri ....
Gaither, Anita .....
Galloway, Cathy ,,
Galloway, David , . .
39, 103, 106, 153, 11
,. ,..,....... .... 53 ,11
Galloway, Ron .., .... 39, 2'
Gammill, Jeff .... ,,.. . .1'
GARDEN GATE ...... .,,, 2 A
Gardener, Morgan ,. ...l
Garner, Brian ..... .l
Gates, Feebie ..,,. ... 5
Gazaway, Linda ... ..,l
Gazaway, Mary .... . I
Gelbhar, Mary l
Gensman, Bryan '
Gibbs, Jeff .... ....... A
Gibbs, Mike .. .39,1Z
Gibson, Dorsey .,. ......... .53,1T
Giles, Don ........ .......,..... 3 9, 11
Gill, Debbie ..... ........... . 53 15
Gilliland, Stan ..,. ....,.,,.. . 53 11
Gilliland, Steve ,.. ........ .67 1'
Givens, Darla ,...... ,. .67 1'
Goeringer, Bill .. ,................. 5
Goff, Kari ,..,.,....,..... ...,..... 2 2,116 120, 2'
Goff, Lori ...,..,...................... 67 120, ll
Goldsmith, Carol .... ....,.,.,.,. 1
Golloway, Cathy . . . ,,... 22 107, 25
Golloway, Sunny .,., ,...... ..... I
Goodman, Jim .. .,.. .......,. . I
Goodner,Oneta . .. .,..
Goodwin, Becky .. ........... .. .22, 23
Goodwin, Laura ... ............ 67,103, 1
Goodwin, Tom ...... ,,.. 3 9, 99, 100 106, 1'
Gottfried, Beverly ,.......,.... .67, 1'
Gottfried, Orvel .... ........,.........
Gower, Bob .... ..,...,....., . 53, 1
Gower, Teresa ... ...........,..... .
Grace, Kenny 53, 103, 104 110,1
Grant, George .. .....,......, . 53, 1
Grant, Larry ,.. ........... .39, 1
Grant, Robert ..,. .. .67, 1
Graves, Connie ., ,53,1
Graves, Lisa .,... ...,.,.
Gray, Kevin ....... ........... . .. ... .
Gregory, Bryan .... ................... .
Green, Joanna .. .............. 22 116,1
Green, Julia ..... ..... 5 3,103, 100, 104, 1
Green, Steve ,, .... ................ . ..
Green, Carol . .,...,. ...,............. .... 1
Greenberg, Carol ..,, ..,.. 2 2, 120, 129, 161, 2
Greenberg, Cindy ... ,......... ..39, 100, 1
Greer, Kathy ..........,...,...........,...,....
Greer, Steve ..................... 23, 100, 102, 1
Gregory, Byron .,............................. 1
Greiner, Joe ...,,...,,.,...,.,....,....,.,.,,,,.
Griffith, Euphemia .
Griffith, Eve .....,. ,...,., .
Griffith, Lynette ..... .... 54 , 1
Griffith, Nancy ........ ..,. 3 9, 2
Grimes, Vicki ..,,,.,. .., .
Grinnell, Susan ,.,. .
Grisham, Kerry .... ........ .
Griswell, Gilbert ... ....... ... .
Grooms, Marty .... ......... 3 9, 120, 1
Grooms, Van .,.... .................. .
Groves, Kevin ,.,.67, 99, 103, 138,1
Gunn, Lori .... ...... 6 7, 120,138,1
Gunn, Jim ...., . ...,.. ..,..... 2
Gwinn, Kayla .... ............ .
Hadley, Sherri ., ,,,, 54, 1
Haga, Chris .,, ,,,, ,,,
Haga, Gary .... ,,,,,
Hager, Kathy .... ,,,,,
Hale, Robert .... ,,,,,,,
Haley, Barbara .... ,... 1 38,
Haley, Mike .,,., ,,,, 3 9, 2
Hall, Charles .. ,,,,,, 1
II, Deana ..
II, Glen ....
II, Mark ....
II, Mitzi ....
llbeck, Chris ..,
m, Toni .....,
milton, Lori ...
,nni, Alisa ..,.,...
rdick, David ...
rdick, Jim ...
rdick, Tom , .... ..
rgrove, Tina .......
rkleroad, Anna Jo ...
rkleroad, Tony ,.
.rper, Mary Helen
irper, Ronald ..
rris, Doug ...
arris, Keml ....
arris, Phil .......
rt, Doug .,.,.
rt, Ron .....
irtley, Barb ..,
,rtley, Sue ....
irvey, Sue ....
atchett, Todd . . .
arvey, Joe ....
aston, Kelli .....
iuf, Rick .....
aUl'l, Hal ,.,.,...
ayes, Tommy ...
awk, Jeffery ..,...
aadrick, Chris ...,..
addleston, Ginger ....
aid, Brian , ........ ..
aid, Doug .......,.
aid, Mike .......
iiserman, Alan . ..
alm, Brian .,....
alt, Nelda ......
ELT STUDIO ,.....
alt, Sherri ..........
amingway, James ...
anderson, Cheri ..
anderson, Kari ...
anderson, Make .,.,.
ynderson, Sandy ,...
andrix, Barre .......
andrix, Leigh ......,.,
angameli, Monabbaty .
insley, Kara , .........
anslick, Valerie .....
inson, Andy ,,,,
tnson, Jim ..,,..
tnson, Kim ...
ippel, Diana .............
ERITAGE REAL ESTATE' f f fi
arnly, Mark ........ ,,,
irrin, David ...........
asser, Denise ...
asser, Tracy ,.
Ekey, Steve , . , . .
I, Randy .,...,.
ls, Jonathan ....
ls, Nathen ,..
ls, Tammy ..,..
es, Beverly ,.,.
es, Brenda ....
es, Grant ....
adson, Hunter ..,,
adson, Teresa ....
iffman, Kelly ....,
affman, Steve ..,...,
n, Sue Ann ....
JKE LUMBER ,,..
alle, Bill ......
alt, Gladys ....
alzer, Buster ....
amer, James ....
amer, John .......
aneyman, Dean . ..
anska, Jane ....
. ,.... 40
' ide, ibaf
. ,......., 144,
54, 80, 81
f f f f lid '126
, .... 40
, 40, 170
Honska, Susan .. ..
Horinek, Christy .......
Horner, Debbie .. ......
HORNBERGER OVERHEAD 'oooiis ' f if
HOUSE OF PHOTOGRAPHY ........
Houston, Mary ........
Howerton, Brett .. .
Howerton, Shawn ,,.
Hoyf David ........
Huff, Pam .......
Hughes, Glen , ....
Hughes, Glen ,......
Hughes, Mary Beth ..
Huneycutt, Russ ...
Huneyman, Dean ,.
Hunt, John .......
Hunt, Hal .....,
Hurst, Hans ..,.
Hurst, Karl .,. ,. ..
135, 104, 131, 225, 245, 255
, .,.. 24, 101,
, 162, 245
, , 177
170, 148, 228, 248
, ...... 41,139,170
Hurst, Sara ......................
HUT SHOES ..,...,.,.
Hutchinson, Doug .....
Hutchinson, Mike .....,
Hutson, Judith .....
IGA , .....,............
INGHAM LUMBER CO. .
Ingham, Scott , ..,.... , . ,.
Ingram, Denise ....... .
INTERNATIONAL TOURSA ' ' ' "
J.J. KELLY 8. CO. ..
Jack, Dan . ,,.. ..
Jackson, Lee ......
Jackson, Marsh ...
Jackson, Stuart ...
Jaco, Carol ,,,..
Jacob, Larry .....
Jacob, Katherine ..
Jameson, Kim .,.,.
Jardot, Tommy ,.,.
Jarvis, Sherry . ,.... .
Jaynes, Jean Ann ....
Jaynes, Jenny ....,,..,
Jefferies, Julie ........,.....
Hutchison, Donna ............,,,.
103 104 120, 240. 2
.41, 34, 98,
Kaczynski, Tom ., ....,..,,...,..... .... 4 0, 116
Kanchanalakshana, Dechaponhsa .... .... 2 104
Kargel, Mark .,.... .,..
KATZ ............ ....
KEEPSAKE CORNER .
Keith, Judy ........,..
Kelley, Kenny ...,,...
Kelley, Leah ...,
Kelly, David .,..
Kelly, David ....
Kelly, Jane .....
Kelly LeNell ....
Kelly, Shawn ........ ,.,,,.
KENS TEXACO .......
Kerns, Mark , ....,..,.
Kerwin, Jim .,.,
Khaze, Sholeh ..,.,
Kifer, Dana ..,......,
Kincannon, David ....
King, Carrie .......
King, Jamie ,.... .
King, Ken .....
King, Kirk ....
King, Shely ..
Kinnard, Ray .....
Kinnick, Doug .,...
Kirn, Kim .......,
Kiser, Kevin .....
Knox, Brenda .... ,. ,
Knox, Brian .... ...,....
JEFFREIES THOMPSON AGENCY ..,.,.........
Jefferson, Earnest . ..........
Jobe, Hutch ,.., , .
Joffee, Jerry ....,......
Johnson, Carolyn ....
Johnson, Debbie ..
Johnson, Eugene ....
Johnson, Gay ..,.,.
Johnson, Lisa ..,...
Johnson, Marie ...,
Johnson, Sylvia ...
Johnson, Tracy ....
Jones, David .. .
Jones, Jeff .,.,.
Jones, Jennifer ..
Jones, Johnny ...
Jones, Mary .....
Jones, Sandy ,..,
Jones, Sara .,.,
Jones, Scott ...
Jones, Txler ...
Jordan, nn .....
Jordan, David ...
Jordan, Jim ....
Jordan, Scott ,. ..
Jukes, Larry .....
Jurgens, Danny ....
104, 110, 127, 148, 237
101, 103, 109.162, 211
, .... ............... , 103.
.25, 120, 121,237,250
......69, 108, 128, 238
, ....... 80,81,120
79, 80, 81, 104
Koerners, Max .. .
Kraybill, Kelly ..,...
Kraybill, Todd ....
Krenz, Mike ..... .
Kustin, Cindy .....
Lachelt, John .,
Lacy, Robin ...,.,
LaFave, Robert . ,
Lamb, Allen ...
Lambert, Tim .....
Lancaster, Sandra . . ,
Land, Linda ........
Lane, Kevin ..,.,.
Lane, Sherry ....,..
Lasiter, Thomas .,,.
Lawson, De ..........,..,...
108,120, 144, 121
, ,... 56
.68, 105, 106.
. ,.,,, . ..,,.......
,.,4O, 44, 45.
. .,.... 177,68
104, 105, 109, 233
95, 193. 195
, 42, 94.
95, 98, 122, 214
Lawson, Jeff ................,...,.......... 24, 31,
139, 147, 148. 159. 164
Lawson, Mike ....
Lawson, Richard ...
Leach, Carolyn . .
Leach, Janet ,,.
Lee, Lynette ...
LeGrand, Karen ...,
Lehnert, Chris ...
Lehnert, Lenore .,,..
Lemon, Rocky ......,.,...
LEONARDS JEWELRY .,,.
Lewis, Bill .....,.........
Lewis, Cindy ...,......
Lewis, Gayle ...
Lewis, John ....
. 162, 242
, ..,...,....., 26.
Lindsley, Andrea ..
Lewis, Rick ..
Lewis, Steve ..,.,.....................
Lewis, Vincent . ....,....,....,.,.,..... .,
LIBERTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ..
Liles, Kelli . ....., .
Lindsey, Steve ....
Lindsey, Susan ...
Little, Tammy ....
Livergood, Pam ..
Livsey, Sally ......
Lockwood, Eddie ...
Logan, Cheryl .,..
Long, John . ,,..
Longan, Janice ...
Longan, Sherri ...
Longan, Tina .....
Loper, Janetta .,.,
Loper, Linda .......
Lovell, Maiy ......
Lowery, Phyllis ...
Lucas, Debbie ,,..
Lucas, Sandy .,
Luebke, Anne ..
Luebke, Karen . ,.
Lunsford, Jo .....
Lunsford, Mike .,,
Lyon, Tim .,,,..
Maciula, Thom ....
Madden, Darlene .
Mahnken, Bud .,.
Mahoney, Sam ...
McMiIIian, Jeff ,..... .
McMurphy, Heather .,..
McNeil, Tracy ........
McVey, Kent .......
Mebane, Carrie .......
Mebane, Gary ..,,,.....
Mecklenberg, Mike ..,
Meeks, Carla .,.....
Meinhart, Andrea ...
. ,.,.. 56
95, 9B,120,122, 161,210
r, Tami ...,,..
Merkle, Dan ....,.
Meyers, Scott .,.,
Mickle, Laurie ......
MID AMERICA ..,...
Miesner, Bill ..,....
Miller, Amy , ......
Miller, Dewayne ....
Miller, Donald ..,.
Miller, Eric ...
Miller, Gary ...,
Miller, Mark ..,..,
Miller, Melissa ..,.
Miller, Mike ....,...
110, 120, 128, 238
25, 26, 99, 100, 104,
120, 135, 161, 242, 248
.. ,. ,...... 57, 108, 120, 129
Miller, Susan ..,.,
Mills, Sid ,..,.
Mills, T.J. ......,.,, ,
Milstead, Libby .....,.
Miramba, Francisco .,..
Miranda, Annabell ,...
Miranda, Igor .......
Miskovsky, Keith , . ,
Mitchell, Doug .......
MITCHELL MOTORS .,,
Monks, Charlie .......
Monnot, Chris ....,.
Moody, Kim ....
Moody, Mike ....
,. . 27, 102, 164, 212
119, 128, 165, 235
. ..,...... 42
. .... 71,
, .....,... , ...... 71
120, 132, 133, 214
.,..71, 103, 145
Newlin, Stephen ..
Nichols, Doug ....
Nichols, Doris .,..
Nicholson, Lori ...
Nur, May . ,...
O'DanieI, Robbie .
Oliver, Brad ....
Olson, Scott ..,..,
Oltmanns, Kevin ...
Orr, Lisa ,. ,....
Osborn, Bud ......
Osborn, Debbie ..
Osborn, Jonice ...
100, , ,2
Os born: Ran dy ....
Osborn, Ron .......
OSBORN'S STUDIO ....
Oshel, Dean ......,.
Overton, Lori .,.....
Paine, TaVee .. .
MAIN AUTO .....
Mains, Barbie ..
Mains, Kelly ....
Maison, Steve ..
Manning, Shelly ....
Markham, Robin ....
Marier, Terry ...,..
Martin, Lance .,...
Martin, Shaun .,..
Mathes, Deann ...,
Matlock, James ...
Mattox, Randall .....
Maughan, Teriy I ..
Maxwell, Keith . ..... ,
Maxwell, Lynn ,.....
Maxwell, Vicki ....
McBride, Charles ...
McBroom, Anita ,..,
Mocannick, Toby ff...
McClintock, Rusty' 1 I 1 I V 1 H
Moomaw, Juliana ....
Moomaw, Steve ,,,.......
Moons BUSINESS foams
. , . . 70, 128
'.'.'f.'.'0s1,' 1122 '120
Moore, Charlene .........
Moore, Christy ,..... .....
Moore: John ....
LUGRFI , ,.
Moore, Neil 1.,
Moore, Rusty ....
Moore, Shirlene ..
Moore, Tim .....
Moore, Tommy ...
Moretti, Susan ..,.
Morgan, Jimmy .,.,
n, Ruthie ...
Morrow, Joe ....
Morton, Gary ,....
Morton, Susan ....
McClure, Terry .........,.
McColIom, Missy ..
McCOLLOM'S . .....
McCormick, Andy ..
McCormick, Tim ....
McCoy, Bryan ....
McCoy, John .......
McCoy, Michelle . ,,,. .
McCulIoh, Russell ....
McCurry, Danena ....,
McDaniel, Earl .,,,
57, 120,129, 130
McDermott, Rick ..., 42, , 120
McDowell, Chris ..
McGeHee, Kim ,...
McGlamery, Tom .
McGlory, Antony -
McGuire, Rodney Z..
.. ...... ...... . 116,162
.. ..........,.. 27,100,103.
McHendry, Don ....,... ...,..,, .
McHendry, Terry ............. 42, ,
ivicKEowNs si-iowcAsE ' f f' ' ......,......
McKinzie, Scott ..........
McLauchlin, Mike .
MR. G'S .......,.,.
Murnan, Robin .....
Murphy, Cynthia .,..
Murphy, John .....
Murphy, Lele ..,.
Murray, Carl .,,.
Murray, Lydia .
MUSIC PLACE .....
Myers, Debbie ,....
Myers, Scott ,....... . .
Naff, Stephen .............
NATIONAL SPORTSWEARA ' ' 'A
NATIONAL STANDARD ,,..
Nauman, Sherry .........
Neff, Laurie .,........
Nelson, Steve ..
Ness, Chris ...
Ness, Leslie .....
Nettles, Dea ....
. ..., 43,104,139
. .,.... 57
. ,,,,...... 71
..57,95, 103, 120, 129
..f1Q1QIil1,23, 27, 94,95
98, 99, 100, 102,
116, 159, 161, 252,
. ...... 72
, ...... 144
Palovik, Phil ....,
Pan ciera, Susan ...
Parcher, Dee ...
Pardue, Steven . .
Parker, Frank ,. ,
Parker, Karen ..
Parker, Kelly ...
Partin, Jim .....
Patton, Barry ,,...
Patton, Carrie ,......
Patton, Steve .......
PAUL BURCH DODGE ..,,
Payne, Dawn . .,.. . .
Payne, Heidi ........
Payne, Ronnie ....
Payne, Todd .....
Payton, Barbara ..
Payton, Rusty ....
Pe ah, Monty ....
Pendleton, Dane ..
PBl1dl81Ol'1, Kevin . . .
Peterson, Ron ....
Pettiform, Linda ..
Phillips, Brent ....
Phillips, Judi .,..
Phillips, Martha ..
Phillips, Tammy ....
Pike, Sandy ......
Pitts, Robert ....
Plott, Drew .....
Pock, Allen .......
Pollard, Kenneth ...
Pollard, Dana ....
Ponnequin, Steve ,
Post, Lisa ........
Powell, Malinda ..,.
Powell, Patty .....
Power, Cheryl ....
Powers, Mike .....
Powers, Sherrain .
Pradia, Abby .....
Pradia, Birdie ..
Pradia, Curtis . ..
Pradia, Darryl ....
Pradia, Ella ,.....
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH .... .
Presley, Janet . .............
Pride, Tim ....
f ff .'.'.'.' ff.'213f
" ' '111','113,'110,'
' " "0sQ'1'd0,'103','1
100,' 103, '10-if 1
. .,.. 43, 122, 1
..... sa, 1
147,' 1113, 1163, 1
. .... 58,100,1
116, '131 ,'
iest, Gavin .....
'ovence, David ,.
'ovence, Page .,..
impelly, Terri ...
rbus, Brook ..
uisenberry, Jim ,
121, 131,165, 243
.. ,........ 225
xcouer TIME OF sfiLLw1dri2i2i'ifffffif ....
iff, De bra .,............
igland, Steve .,........
aines, Shan .....
sins, Marsha .....
lupe, Charles .....
ay, snaria . ,....
ay, Tom .... , . , . . .
izcok, Tish .........
aatherford, Tim .
ading, Cathy ....
ading, Chris .,.,,
ading, Karen ....
ading, Steve ....
adder, Dillon ...,
aid, Jay . ,.,, ..
aid, Lee Ann ....
aid, Ryan . , ,
aid, Tim ....
Bxrode, Lisa ........
ayburn, Laureen ....
pynolds, Marsha .
tea, Darci ..... . . .
pea, Jena .......
loads, Jeff ....
ce, Jack ....
ce, Mary ....,
ce, Molly ...,....... ........,..... 5 9,
chardson, Paul .
ddle, Prentiss .,..
USF, Tim ..... ,
iark, Chris ....
iark, Joyce .,.
iark, Tim .....
iberts, Laura ...
iberts, Rand ,,..
iberts, Steve .. . ,,
ibertson, Greg ..,.
ibbins, Bruce ..
ibbins, David .....
ibinson, Greg ..
ibinson, Rusty ...
iderick, Ty ......
idgers, Doug ...
iegner, Mike ....
iegner, Tony ...
illins, Mike .,..,
immanh, Ahh .....,.
im man n, Brenda
ise, Brenda ......
use, Shelly ......
iss, Ellen .....
iss, Frank ..,.
ith, Karen ..,.
ith, Richard ,,
iton, Ronnie ....
ry, Cathy ,....
iy, Don ..... , .
ldder, Dillon ,.,
idrow, David ...
ldrow, Tim ,...
iiz, Sandra ...
lsco, Greg ....
lsco, Kari ,.
ish, Julie .....
issell, Cindy ....
an, Lance .,..
,X 7 ...,.......,.
, . ............... 73,
120, 129, 165, 221
29, 95, 97, 98, 99, 100 109
....., 43,114 216
. .,.,......,...,.,. .73
, ............ 59
, ......... 73
59,170 193 194
f Q I f 75, '163
f .' f I 59.166
, . . . 44, 106
106,147,148 161 162
Sales, Clay .....
Salmon, Lisa .,.,.
Sanders, Bonita ,...
Sanders, Jeff ....
Sanders, John ......
Sanders, Mark .......
Sandmeyer, Bobby ... ..
Sandvold, Neil ..... .,,.
Sasser, Kim ........
Saxon, Debbie .....
Saxon, Vicki . ,,.. . ..
Schatz, Jeff .,.,....
Schelsky, Tammy ....
Schmalfeld, Mark ....
Schroeder, Jack ...
Schultz, Larry ...,
Schultz, Roger .,,..
Schweitzer, Bob . ,...
Scott, Denise .......
Scott, Tim ..,
Seals, Ann .....
Sebring, Cleo ....
Segall, Nedra . ..,...
Sellers, Genna . .
SEVEN KNIGHTS .,.
Sexton, David ....
Sharp, Gaye ....
Sharp, Roger ....
Sharpton, Dale .......
Sh arpton, Roberta ....
Shearer, Peter .....
Shedrick, Scott . . .
Shedrick, Steve .. .
Sheets, Cindy ....
sHELroN LUMBERA 'fff
Shelton, Ron ........
. ,..,..,.,..., .59
, .....,.... ..... 4 4,
, ............. 30,102.
Shelton, Steve ..... .
Shelton, Susan ..
Shenold, Helen ..............
Shepherd, Jamie .
, . 30, 98,
SHEPHERD'S CARRIAGE HOUSE , ....... ..
Shideler, Melinda ........................
Shieber, Edward . ..
Shields, David ....
Shiever, Skip .....
Shinault, Angie .....
Shinault, Dexter ....
Shinault, Donna ....
Shinault, Greg ......
Shinault, Muriel ,.,.. .
Shinault, Sara ......
Shinault, Tim ....,..
Shinault, Valessa .....
Shindell, Tracy ,....
Shipley, Connie ....
Shipley, Dale .....
Short, Tracy ......
Shreve, Brenda ..
Sibley, Tim .,.
Silver, David ...
Silvers, Don ...
Simank, Jim ......
Simmons, Keith ....
Simmons, Nora ......
Simpson, Juanita ......
SIMPSON PONTIAC ....
SIRIQOIKI sTockKoi5 ""'
Sloan, Denny ...,....
Sloan, Mark ........
Sloggett, Kim ....
i ag Ai:i6,'
Slovak, Michelle ...,.
Smallwood, Jimmy ....
Smallwood, Martha ,...
Smith, Chris .........
Smith, Debbie ....,
Smith, Eddie ...
Smith, Jo ,.., . . , .
Smith, Kenneth ,. ..
Smith, Leslie .,.,.
Smith, Steve ,..
Smith, Terri ....,
Smith, Theron ,.,,
Smith, Tina ,..,.,
Smith, William .... ,.
Smola, Don ,,
Smola, Doug ... ,.
Smola, Ed ..,...
Smola, Vince .....
Snee , Debbi .,....
Snodgrass, Bruce ...
Snook, Carrie ....,
Soergel, Sandy ..
Sorrell, Dale .....
Sparks, Gayle .... ..,.
Spears, Ron ....... . .
Spencer, Scoot ....
Spencer, Susie ..
Spillman, Emily ....
Sprague, Don .,..
Stair, Eric .,....
Stanford, Shellie ..,. ..
Stanley, Starlyn ...,,, ..., 60 ,
Stanners, Sharon .... ......
Stanners, Steve , . .
Stanton, Renate , ...,.. ,.
Stark, Mike , .....,....... ..
Stark, Pat ......,.
STATE FARM INSURANCE f f
Stebens, Rocky ...,....,,,
Steele, Debbie ....,..... ....
Steen, Amy . ,.,.., ....
Steichen, Kathy ,... .... 7 4,
Steichen, Kelly ,.. ......
Steichen, Larry ..
Steindl, David ..... ..
Sterling, Mike ..,. ........
Stewart, Christie .,. ....45,
Stewart, Diane ..,.. ......
Stewart, Elizabeth ..
Stewart, Frank ,...
Stewart, Linda ..............
Stewart, Valerie .,.............,.,.,
Stinsen, Buddy ...............,.,,.,
STILLWATER CLEARING HOUSE .,.,
sTii.i.wATEFi LIGHTING AND SUPPLYU
STILLWATER MUSIC CENTER ..,,,,
STILLWATER NATIONAL BANK , . . . ,
STILLWATER NEWS PRESS ....,.
STILLWATER SAVINGS 81 LOAN .. .
STILLWATER SHIRT WORKS ....
STILLWATER TYPEWRITER . . .
Stinson, Wanda ...,,.......
Stokes, Sandi .............
Stone, Chris ....
Stone, Marty ....
Stotts, Tammie ..
Stout, Bryan ...
Stout, Dana .,..
Stratton, Nancy .... ,. .
Strickland, Laura ...,
Stritzke, Jerry ......
Stritzke, Sheila ....
STUDENT UNION ,.., ,........,. . ,
Stunkel, Craig ..... ....,............
120, 122, 160
Stunkel, Susan ..., ............. 4 6,
Summers, Scott .... ................
Sutton, Debbie ,,.. ,.
Swisher, LaRisa ..
Swisher, Trina ... .,.
Sypret, Debbie ..
T AND ME
Tabor, Jeff .......
Tackett. Rodney .,..
, ...... 60
, .... 45
147, 148, 237
, ......... 73
,. ,....... 31
.. .. .45, 103
. ..,. 237
., ...... .141
.. .... 128
.. .... 238
, ...... 45
, ..,... 60
, ......... 45
Tafis, Dewayne ....
Talbott, Pat .....
Talbott, Phillip ....
Taliferro, Brent ......
Talmadge, Jackie ....
Tankersly, Donna .....
Tavakali, Teymour ......
Taylor Linda .........
TAYLOR RENTAL SHOP1111
Teague, Becky ....... ,.
Teague, Beth ....
Teague, Charla ....
TENNIS RACKET ....
Tepe, Darren ......
Terrel, Greg .......
TERRILL BROS. ...
Terrill, Gina ....,,
Terry Rob ........
Tessman, Doug ....
Thais, Tonya .....
Thames, Janet ....
Thedford, Becky .,..
Thomas, Clifford ...,
Thomason, Mark ....
Thurman, Andrea ....
TIGER DRUG ......
Timmons, John ....
Tower, Marc .,
Towery, Ty ....
Treat, Curtis ..
Treat, Kay Lynn . . ,
Trout, Gary ...
Trout, Jeff ,,,.. .
Turner, Debbie ....
Turner, Lisa ...,,
Turner, Michele . ..
Walker, Kent ..........
Wallace, Craig .......
WALTER MATTOX INS. . .
W8l1SfmifS, RODSI1' . .
WARD ASSOCIATES .
Ward, Linda ..... ,...
Ward, Pam ..,....,.
Wamer, Rod ....
Waterfall, Ted ....
Watkins, Janet ..
Watson, Russ ..,.
Watts, Randy ....
Weathers, Dale ....
Weathers, Lynn ....
Webb, Dan ....
Webb, Grant .....
Webb, Jeane .....
Weber, Mark ....
Webster, Zack .. .
WIENER KING .....
Welliver, David ...,
Wells, Dayna .....
Wells, Kelly .....
Wenger, Mike .....
Wesley, Robert ......
Westerman, Brent .. .
Weston, Ray ..,.......
Wheatley, Mary Faith
Wheeler, Tony .......
White, Lisa ......
Whitenack, Jill ...
Whitner, Mark .....
Whitley, David ..,.
Whitney, David ....
Whitney, Tom .....
Whorton, Deanna ...,
Wibelt, Bob .......
...46, 95, 97, 108, 120,
....75, 78, 80, 81, 103
105 106 108,131 132
.... '. ,.... ...1.4eI
162, 102, 144, 159
' ' 11221
Twedell, Christie ....
Twedell, Cory .....
U-AUTO-FIX-IT , .......
Underwood, Jon ..,........................ 32,
UNION BARBER SHOP
UNIVERSITY BANK .....,.....
U,S. ARMY RECRUITER
Van Do ren, Steve ........
Van Valkenbu rg, Natalie
Van Winkle, Brian .......
Van Zandt, Dan .....,.
Varner, Scott ...,..
Varnum, Michael ....
Varnum, Tammy .......
VARSITY BARBER SHOP
Vaverka, Kevin ...........
Venable, Sherri .........
Ventris, Bobby ....
Vest, Kelly ............
Vest, Lani .............
Vincent, Malinda .......
Voise, Sheila ....
Vohs, Kathy ...
Wagner, Jon .,
122, 158, 163, 170
.....74, 80, 81,103
..,.46, 110, 120, 213
Wiggs, Pat ..........
Wika, Brian .........
Wilderson, Kenneth ...
Wildman, Wendy ....
Wiley, Donnell .....
Wilkey, Janet ,...
Wilkey, Larry ..,...
Willever, David ....
Wiiliam, Cheryl ......
Williams, Colette ....
Williams, LaRhcnda ..
Williams, Mark ......
Williams, Rhonda ....
Williams, Ronnie .....
Williams, Sherri Lynn
Williamson, Dane .....
Williamson, Tim ....
Williamson, Troy ....
Willis, Dava ,......
Wilson, Curtis ..
Wise, Ernie ....
Wolff, Karen ..
Wood, John ...
Woods, Cecil .....,.
Woods, Carl ............
. 1 11 11i6,' ibb' 'iii .1
.....47, 110, 130
wooov GOERINGER INSURANCE 1 1 ,.
wright, Edward .........
wrigm, Lane ......
wrigm, Melanie ...
Wyatt, David ....
Wyatt, Peggy ......
Wyatt, Wes .........
Wyneken, Rachel ....
YMCA . .
ZAL ES .,,........
Zirkle, Laurie .....
STUDENT COUNCIL ..... .....
PRESIDENTS COUNCIL .........
STUDENT SOUNDING BOARD ..... .
YOUTH AND GOVERNMENT .... ..
NATIONAL HONOR ........... . .
STATE HONOR ....... . .
MU ALPHA THETA . , . ,.
CHESS CLUB ...... . .
SCIENCE CLUB . . . ..
LIBRARY CLUB .. ..
SPANISH CLUB ..........,..... ..
FRENCH CLUB ............,...... . .
LATIN CLUB .......... , ............. .
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA ...... 11
FUTURE IIOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA ... ..
DECA ..............................,,. ..
RODEO CLUB ......,.....,....,......... . .
FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES .....
GIRLS VARSITY CLUB ........,.......... ..
"S" CLUB ............................ ..
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS .... . .
DONART DUDES ...,,........ ..
RAIDER CHEERLEADERS ....... ..
MATMAIDS ...................... . .
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE ... ..
QUILL BI SCROLL .............. ..
EXCELSIOR STAFF ........... . .
PIONEER STAFF ... ..
BAND ............. . .
ORCHESTRA .... . . .
MADRIGAL .......,. . .
CONCERT CHOIR .... ..
GUYS AND DOLLS ..
ART CLUB ......... . .
-I-HE GF I I CARTER'S COUNTRY?
SON OF SAM
"SHORT PEOPLE" ,
THE CONC SHOW
The year 1977 brought the
deaths of Freddie Prinze, Bing
Crosby, and Elvis Presley, king
of rock 'n' roll. Senator Hubert
Humphrey died early in 1978
and is remembered for the
courage and leadership
shown during his battle with
cancer. "Star Wars" was the
newest sensation in motion
In the world of sports Flegg
Jackson set a home run recor
during the 1977 World Series an
Janet Guthrie was the first woma
to compete in the Indianapol
500-mile auto race. America
space shuttle, Enterprise, roi
atop its 747 carrier overt
California desert during it's fir:
fl ig n
if . t rrle .A . i f
Fires such as these
raged through the
west coast states
during the summer
months of 1977
Gene Simmons, the
vampire figure of the
rock group, KISS,
extends his tongue
which he constantly
displays in a
during the group's
Willig, toy maker,
climbs up the sheer
face of the World
Trade Tower in New
York City in May of
Once again, another year of thrill
chills, and excitement has bee
concluded at C.E. Donart. It
appropriate at this time to look bag
upon the fond memories I am sure
of you harbor for the ivy and plasti
covered hallways of this, yog
educational and spiritual haven
long as you're not wearing a hat. W
want you to know that no matter wher
you go in this wide world, unless it l
to Norman, there will always be a plao
here foryou, however small an
It is an article of faith with us that we feel tha
you have been adequately prepared for ever!
possible contingency of adult life. Of course
whether or not this is actually true is anothe
thing altogether. However, the first time yol
have the urge to cancel something because
of snow, park in a back lot, or eat in z
cafeteria, it is our belief that the lessons you
have learned here will assert themselves anc
you will resist
This is not to say that life after high school i
a bed of roses and green grass, especiall
since another lesson we hope you hav
learned is never to walk across the courtyara
Still, as a former Pioneer, one who ha
participated in blazing the vital trail to th
new TG8tY store, you have what it takes t
meet the enemy face to face and subdue hirr
even if he is from Duncar
In concluding, I would just like to recall for
mu some of the colorful and poignant
oments of a time now gone by: the pomp
'ld pageantry of enrollment followed almost
1mediately by the inevitable emotional
t-down of actual day-to-day drudgeryg the
arvelous escapism of Western Week, Fifties
'eek, and the days leading up to Christmas
:cation and Spring Break: that delicious,
ansuous aroma that comes when the wind
in the South and NlcDonald's is preparing
ir the noon rushg and the annual migratory
'rival of the first few yearbooks from
So now, finally and at last, for something
ompletely different: The End.
The staff received help from
individuals this year and we
would like to express our
appreciation to them. Special
thanks goto Mrs. Jones, our
Senior TaVee Paine designed the cover
of the 1978 PIONEER. With a few basic
ideas she produced a black ink sketch of
characters and lettering that were silk
screened in color.
new sponsor who proved she
could hold her own in the midst
of deadlines. We would also like
to give special thanks to TaVee
Paine, cover design, Gary
Folsom of Hunter Publishing
Company, Paul House for
pictures, Henry Osborn for
pictures, and Mark Costley for
his fine arts contribution.
The following should also be
mentioned, custodial staff,
coaching staff, the
administration and faculty of
C.E. Donart, and Indian
Meridian Vo-Tech, Mr.
Schenandoah, and Mrs. Kiser.
Personal friends who gave their
own time in preparation of the
book are: Brenda Croy, Sandy
Lucas, Hans Hurst, Robert
Weeks, Ruth Osborn, Melinda
Shideler, and Jan Bouchard.
Last, a special thanks to our
parents for their understanding
when we got home late or didn't
make it home at all.
The central idea, or theme, that we chose
to express this year was to be different. In
fact, we decided to follow "And Now For
Something Completely Different" as our
goal. Change was difficult but we believe we
coped as well as expected, and maybe better.
The "Book" is finished, almost. But even in
the midst of finality this year and fsighl the
very last deadline, the 1978 PIONEER cannot
be complete without you, the student body,
the staff members who created this book are
naturally more affected by it than those who
believe yearbooks are a natural phenomenon
that occur each May. Do us a favor. Bead the
book. Look at it from cover to cover. And
then decide you love it. Because it's yours.
Because we did it just for you.
The 1978 PIONEER is printed on Hunter's saxony paper. The
type consists of 12 pt. Helvetica for body type, 10 pt. for captions
and 8 pt. for identifications. Headline sizes vary from 24 pt. to 96
pt. on division pages. Front and back endsheets are Hunter's no.
277. The book is 73A1x10V2 and contains 280 pages. Press run is
1200. The cover is Sailcloth 49615061 with applied colors Black,
PMS 109, and PMS 286.
A tragic mid-year accident
claimed the life of one of
Donart's best,Senior Kyle
Seamans. To say that Kyle will be
fondly remembered by those
who knew him would be an
immense understatement. Kyle
led his life with almost
determination, as well as an
always good natured
personality. He was able to
enjoy himself, to have a good
time, without adversely
affecting others. Kyle's
friendship meant friendship to
its fullest extent, and he was
always ready to extend it. Kyle
Seamans . . . his special good
natured spirit will live on
forever in those hearts who
Suggestions in the Stillwater High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Stillwater, OK) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.