Mulhall Orlando High School - Panther Yearbook (Orlando, OK)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1949 volume:
The l9h8-b9 nPirate' is dedicated to the lulhall Pir-
ettea and Pirates and their coaches for their efforts which
produced the best basketball eason in the histo y of the
The Pirettes coached by J. A. Stringer won the 89'er
Conference, and 89'er Tournament and the District Champion-
The Pirates coached by Frank Stotts won the District
Championship and were Co-Champions in the 89'er Conference
Thirty two out of thirty five games were won with twenty
three being consecutively
In the dedication we wish especially to mention such
players as Bill Klingler, captain, Bill Yost, Duane Nelson,
Jack Andrews, lax Acton, Bill Hooson, Ralph Hannah, and
Glen Malone This group of boys will long be remembered as
the best basketball team in the history of the school
girls also had some outstanding players such as Maxine Low-
rie, Norma Hopson, Colleen Beesley, Lavone Shafer, Maxine
Ahrnsbrak, Carolyn McNeil, and Doris Hannah
The final part of this dedication goes to these play
ers' parents whose sacrifices helped make it possible t
have these championship teams
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FROM THE GFFICE.
Superintendent of Schools
Bachelor of Science
The ad inistration of Mulhall Hlgh School is under the supervision of Frank
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Stotts who is serving his third year in that capacity Mr Stot s s a y
sisted by lr. J. A. Stringer, high school pr1nc1nal, and a corps of excellent
Besides this wonderful group of co-workers, Mulhall has a very capable school
board to advise on all school maters. Mrs. Nora Stansbury, president of the
board has served on the board since 1931. Mr. E. W. Moritz is the clerk of the
board,and Richard Fent is the newly elected member.
Much progress has been made by this group 1n the past year, and even greater
progress is being planned for the years to come.
'From the Office' appears as a special section in the school paper, 'The Pir-
te' and administrative policies of the school are usually presented in that
section. Space in it is also given to praise of individuals such as a tribute
lfi h nd untirin service as a
to Mr. F. B. Wyant for his long years of unse s a g
board member, or perhaps, thanks is given to the entire cmmnunity for its coop-
eration in supporting the high type of school that we have.
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Principal English Band
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Pittsburg, Iansas A 8: M. College
lies Theodore Johnston
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Mrs Roberta Swanson Mrs Irene Hardin
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GI'8gg School, Chicago A Q M College
Hrs Nellie Ruth Evans lliss Ora MnAna11y Mrs Alun
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President---- ------- -----Bill Klingler
Vice Presid nt---------Elladean Murphy
Sponsorszz--11:2 ---- :ies----reassure. Stites
nLittle Beginnings Often Bring Great Endings'
Pink and Silver
The history of the class of 19h9, was started twelve years ago,
when 29 pair of small feet climbed the stairs of Mulhall High School
to the first grade room determined to learn to read that very first
day of school The trio who have completed their entire twelve years
at M H S , Jean Diehl, Duane Nelson, and Ralph Hannah came well
equipped to master what lay before them, Jean with a sack of jelly
beans to pass out to the boys, Duane with his Mother to protect him
from all the little girls, and Ralph wearing a new pair of pants,
with which to brave the hard seats
During grade school our class first appeared before the public
in the Rythm Band,
that we were afraid to bend over in them At our last appearance
in gradeschool, our EighthGrade Graduation we numbered eleven, ten
boys and one girl
ball team, with the one girl acting as quarterback and calling the
signals little did he know
in which we played until our suits were sosmall
The commencement speaker spoke of us as a foot-
The school year of l9hS h6 opened w1th eleven green Frosh roam-
ing the upstairs halls as bewilderedly as the usual crop and trying
not to look as confused as they felt Mrs Myers was ou. class
sponsor The class party was held at Crystal Plunge, in Stillwater,
where we enjoyed a swim and a picnic
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We entered our Sophomore year determined to try our newly
X acquired wisdom on that year's Freshmen. Our sponsor was llr. Stotts
and our class party was a weiner roast staged at Bert Haws'. We
presented three one-act plays for our Sophomore play. One of them,
The beginning of our Junior year found us with an enrollment of
twelve, and Irs. Stites and llr. Stotts as our sponsors. Ie Presen-
ted a play entitled, 'Seventeen is Terrific". The play cast party
immediately followed the play. le also enjoyed a Christmas party.
"s-oktm-nn", took thu-a place at the Central state mm contest.
The Junior-Senior Banquet at which we entertained the Seniors, in a
Pirate setting proved to be a great success.
5 The fall of 19148 saw us enrolled' as Seniors and again eleven in J
number. We published the school paper, 'The Pirate", every two weeks i
5' and sponsored the publication of the school annual. The Juniors r
x entertained us at the Junior-Senior Banquet which was carried out in
the theme of The 'h9ers and the gold rush. Our Senior play entitled
'American Passport", under the direction of Hrs Stites was a huge
success The Baccalaureate Services were delivered on In 1, with
lass Night falling on the lath Commencement was presented by our
class on lay 6, with the members of the Senior Class acting as the
The finishing touch was our Senior trip to Galveston, Texas,
where we spent a week none of us will ever forget
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Baseball M7 M8 M9
Student Council M8-M9
Class Play M8-M9
Editor 'The Pirate' M9
Glee Club 116-147
Class Pres M9
Jean Diehl Duane Nelson
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Tennis M6-M7 M8-M9 Baseball M6 M7 M8 M9
Honorary SOC18ty M7 M8 M9 Class Pres M7 M8
Student Council M6 M7-M9 Class Reporter M9
Basketball M6 M9 Band M6 M7-M8 M9
Class Reporter M6 M7 M8 Student Council M6-M7-M8
Special Actlvities Ed M8 Class Play M8 M9
Vice Pres M8 Fe8tur0 Edit0r M6-M7 M9 Honorary Soc M6 M? M8 M9
Pres Student Council M9 Class Play M7 M8-M9 Glee Club M6 M7
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I948 49 BASKETBALL RESULTS
The Pirettes have had a very successful season, winning twenty one games
while losing six and tying one. Getting off to a slow start, the Pirettes lost
four of the first twelve games. Four of the six teams defeating the Pirettes
were the champions of their respective districts.
Although nearly all of the teams were much taller than the Pirettes their
determination and good ball-handling won first place inthe 89'er conference,
first place in the 89'er conference invitational tournament, and also the dis-
trict championship. The team defeating the Pirettes in the regionaltournament
reached the semifinals in the state playoffs.
The team-work which helped bring home their laurels is evidenced by total
points scored by the three forwards playing most of the games this year: Norma
Hopson, 283 pts., Colleen Beesley, 271 pts., Carolyn McNeil, 271 pts.
Only one member of the traveling squad graduates this spring, so the
ru ors are that Mulhall will have another successful year in 'M9-50.
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First Row Thelma Lowrie, Louise Hunt, Delores McPeek, Nami Uhrig, Peggy owls, and Janie l0!'1T4Z
Second Row: Mr Stringer, Ruthie Martin, Maxine Winter, Ann Aufleger, Mary Richardson, Joyee Hudspdoh,
Joan Hopson, and Delores Hunt
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Pirrt Run Klontin Hmmm, B111 Hopaon, B111 Yost, Jack Andrews, B111 Klingler, hx Acton, Dunno Ballon,
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I948 49 BASKETBALL RESULTS
The l9h8-M9 Mulhall Pirates will go down in school history as the great-
est team the school has ever had. Coach Frank Stotts termed then 'the best
team in the state of Oklah ma'. Several new records were established this
year. Twenty three games were won in a row with a score of seventy seven
points being made in one game. The Pirates won thirty two out of thirty five
games and scored a total of thirteen hundred and thirteen points. They won
the district championship, went to the finals of the conference tournament
and the finals of the Ed ond tournament for the second consecutive year. They
tied for the conference championship. Seven members of this years team will
be lost by graduation. These include Bill Klingler, this years captain and
co-captain last year, Bill Yost, who led the scoring with 325 points, Duane
Nelson, a consistently good player, lax Acton, a regular for the first time
this year and a good defensive player, and also Bill Hopson, Ralph Hannah,
and Glen Malone all of whom lettered and were important in helping establish
this yearh record.
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Row 2: Stanley Ylingaman, Eddie Dourlas, Willie Schweidbauer, George Bowden Jo Ann Andrews, Ernie Lunger,
Barbara Douplas, Gerrye Martin, Ina Lon Hennler, Fyhle Snafer, Ann Farris, getty 'ldenburg, Karen
ROW 3: Gary Fent, Filly Betchan, Arnold Flnscn, ArcHie Tarrant, :ob ie 'ardin, Filly Won Dienl, floria Hep-
Dler, Wonnie Uickinson, Ivan Stewart, linda Uwrfer, 'levi ?itzra'rLck, Hike Ualwne.
Row L: Jerrv Uhrip, Richard Andrews, Den Wircfet, Tale 'av, Unrnld Worrell, Paul Uetwiler, Frediie Vartiq
Varlene Andrews, Raynond Dixon, Irnpene Gannnwav, Jwincy Ferfzsnn, Dobrie Martin, Dutch Vartin.
Director: Janice Lnsater
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Attendants Jean D1eh1, Maxine Ahrnsbrak, Delma Shafer, Ruthie Martin
Flower Girl Joyce Lasater Crown Pearer Lloyd Fitzpatrick
Escorts: Bill Klingler, Max Acton, Duane Nelson, Jack Andrews, B111 Yost
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President Bill Klingler
Secretary lhxine Ahrnsbrak
Senior Class Representatives
Bill Klingler Elliott McNeil Jean Diehl
Junior Class Representatives
Wanda Fagan lhxine Lawrie Walter Schneider
Sophomore Class Representatives
lhxine Ahrnsbrak Cleta Redman B111 Aufleger
Freshmen Class Representatives
Bobby Jones Harold Lewis Bobby Andrews
Eighth Grade Representatives
Ruthie lhrtin Janie Moritz Glen Blasier
The Student Council, under the supervision of Superintendent Frank Stotts,
has become a valuable part of lhlhall High School. It is composed of three
members from each of the high school classes The publication of' the school
paper and the annual the fornnlation of policies affect the life of the
Vice-President . . . . . .lhxine Lorrie
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Students return to enroll
Classes start again
Seniors go to Enid-Cameras wouldn't work after they left
Basketball practice starts
End of First Six Weeks-Some Students are not happy
Teachers have a reception.
Pirates and Pirettes play f1rst game Pirates beat Arcadia
Pirettes were not so happy, they were defeated by Covington
Hayward was defeated by Pirates and Pirettes
Pirates and Pirettes journeyed to Deer Creek came home very
Pirates and Pirettes make Red Rock sad
End of Second Six Weeks Pirates and Pirettes return from
Hayward very happy
Pirates and Pirettes w1n avalnst Orlando
Junior Play Dear Daffodil
Thanksgiving Plenty of turkey for everybody
Pirates defeat Ralston Pirettes treated Ralston like a guest
Pirates and Pirettes left Sumner very sad
Pirates and Pirettes take Marland for two games
Jr High Tournament Pirates played Crescent, St Joseph
and Douglas as exhibition games all went home very sad
Pirettes left Morrison something to think about
Slick floor cancels boys game
John Deer Show
defeat Burbank Pirettes lose
Guthrie not so smart Pirates w1n
Orlando goes home sad, Pirates and Pirettes very happy
Following a very good Christmas Program school was dismissed
for Christmas Vacatlon
Back to school Pirates beat Marland Pirettes tied Harland
Pirates defeat Crescent
Pirates and Plrettes 1o1rneyed to Coyle, came home happy
Sumner comes for a V1S1t, go home sad
89er Confe ence mournament at Coyle Pirates win over
Orlando and Sumne to galn flnals Lose first game to Morrison
P1P6t+6S w1n over Vorrlson, Deer Creek, and Coyle to win
Pirates and Plrettes heat Red Rock
Boys reached flrals in Edmond Tourney get beat by Morrison
Girls get beat oy Junter in Enid Tourney
Glencoe was here, weut home sad
End of Fourth Six Weeks Pirates and Pirettes go to Glencoe,
they left them san
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Perkins, and Ripley to win Tournament
unhappy get beat by Drumright
Basketball Party for Pirates and Pirettes to celebrate best
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Pirates lose to Centralia Pirettes
End of fifth six weeks
Senior Play 'American Passport'
Grades give an assembly
Junior Senior Banquet
Senior Class Night Awards
Graduation and Congratulations to Jean Diehl, Elladean Murphy,
Bill Klingler, Bill Yost, Duane Nelson, Junior Hyde, Elliott
McNeil, lax Acton, Ralph Hannah, Bill Hopson, and Glen Melon
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