Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

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' o» ■ g ' f ' Of FIRST WOMAN — Geraldine Ferraro became the first woman to run for the office of Vice President when Walter Mondale selected her as his running mate. ox. 2ND ARTIFICIAL HEART — William Schroeder became the world ' s second artificial heart recipient. RESIGNATION — Vanessa Williams became the first Miss America to be forced to resign her crown and was replaced by the first runner up, Suzette Charles, Miss New Jersey. -o WORLD TRAVELER — Pope John Paul II traveled extensively during 1984, beginning with South Korea, Thailand, the Soloman Islands and Papua, New Guinea, where 200,000 natives turned out to meet him. WHAT A RUSH — The Chicago Bears ' Walter Payton set a new rushing record during a game against the New Orleans Saints. He broke Jim Brown ' s record of 12,312 yards. TINA ' S BACK — Singer Tina Turner, 46, made a comeback with her first solo album, " Private Dancer. " It hit the top of the charts with singles, " What ' s Love Got to Do With It " and " Better Be Good To Me. " y ia4 . ■ y R f ' •v- - B dV y pyt -77, credit: kPf yOE WORLD PHOTOS CUI RIENT liNIENTS i NO PEACE FOR BEIRUT — Twenty-three were killed when a car bomb hit the U.S. Embassy in Beirut. The tragedy was followed by questions about security measures. TOP MOVIES — Robert Duval! won best actor for his role in " Tender Mercies. " " Terms of Endearment " won three Oscars: best picture, best actress Shirley MacLaine, and best supporting actor Jack Nicholson. H ' OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS — The U.S. won more Olympic medals than any other country in the Summer Olympics at Los Angeles. Two superstars were Carl Lewis, who won four gold medals in track events, and Mary Lou Retton, the first American woman to win an individual gymnastics Olympic medal. PURPLE PRINCE — One of the hottest new musical artists of 1984, Prince rocketed to the top with his nationwide tour and his first movie, " Purple Rain. " WHERE ' S THE BEEF? — Clara Peller, age 80, immortalized the phrase " Where ' s the beef? " with her TV commercials for Wendy ' s. SWEET NEWS— Dr. Daniel Azarnoff proudly displayed a molecular model of the artificial sweetener NutraSweet. New to the market. It quickly replaced saccharine in many low- calorie foods. CUKRIENT liNHENTS MULVAWE m scmoi: 915 WESTVIEW MUIVANE, KANSAS 67110 MULVANE HS MEDIA CENTER 1900 N. Rock Rd. Mulvane, Kansas 67110 MUIVANE HIGH SCHOOL 1985 Wildcat Table Of Contents Administration 17 Faculty Underclasses 27 Activities 41 Athletics 75 School Life 107 Advertisement 133 SENIORS Donna Kay Arnett Kristi Sue Ashlock Diana Jean Bachman Seniors Bo Jones and Greg Quigley celebrate another victory. Paul Glen Bradshaw Lee Scott Baker Richard Allen Brown Brent Allen Burrell Melody Lynn Carey Robbie Jay Cartwright George Leo Cash Jr. SENIORS Charles Lee Johnson Jayme Renee Cooke Jenny Lynn Champagne Shannon Clark Robert Patricia L nn Comstock Bi Kji Mikel George Cozine James Douglas DeBacker Brenda Lee Dunlap Scott Alen Dunn Mark Joseph Eddingfield David Wesley Edson Kenneth Wayne Edwards Bradley Eugene Ellis Brenda Sue Ellis Candee Sue Engstrand Clayton Dean Epp II The Pride Of Eighty-Five Seniors " The Bud " works hard in shop! It takes six people to get a drink?? Reflected In MHS Life SENIORS Alison Claudia Giles Todd Leon Gonzales Jeana Christine Graber Teresa Kay Graybeal Kim Mil hi.-llc (jrittin Cynthia Nydine Hansen Christine Renee Havlik Richard Terry H.hvIni Jay Christopher Hayes Nancy Ray Hime Michelle Lynn Hively David Brian Hooten SENIORS Steve Lane Hottle David Wayne Johnson Aaron Anthony Huslig TerrI Lea Jameson Darlene Kaye Johnson rrijt|i B ft , " •- ■ ■■ ' ■ flc Michael William Jones Lisa Marie Jones Michele Ann Jones Connie Denise Junious Amy Marie Kenworthy John Wade Lander Lee Ann Larew Terri Renee Lawless Paul Leo LeClerc Cristen Rachelle Lester Jamie Lee Lough THOSE WERE THE DAYS! There have been many memorable events for the Senior class of 1985. A lot of them stemmed from our high school years. For David Belew, as it was for many Seniors and underclassmen, winning the 1984 State Basketball Championship was the most memorable. Cindy Hansen also thought watching Todd Brown being taped to a parking lot pole last year a very enjoyable event. Prom has also been a very important highlight for many of us. But not all of the memories come from high school. Many come from primary, grade school, and jr. high school. From primary days, remember the school principals, Mrs. Putman, affectionately known as Miss Put Put Car? And from grade school, rusning out to recess to play kickball, Mr. Dafoe ' s counciling on why good friends shouldn ' t fight, and how a girl should hold a snake properly, and Mr. Huslig ' s lectures on the use of deodorant? What about jr. high? Remember all of the trials and tribulations? But mostly, remember all of the good times? Such as the Freshmen Frisbee Team or listening to Miss Pennycuff discuss all areas of sex. And working our way to the top, from being 7th graders, to authoritive freshmen, complete with our own bench. We ' ve come a long way. Who can forget all of the couples that have come and gone --- Lori Meek and Wade Lander, Lonny Travis and Brenda Dunlap, and Wendy Wayman and Greg Quigley, just to name a few. So many people and events have come and gone in each of our lives, each having separate effects on every one of us. Where has all the time gone? (Right) Jennifer Milingo, Becki Silvey, Alison Giles, and Danny Williams show Miss McGranaghan how intently they can listen. (Below) Cindy Hansen, Tracy Pierce, Curtis Napier, Alison Giles, Candee Engstrand, and Stephanie Meek cheer the Cats on!! SENIORS Football Homecoming Queen Kristi Ashlock Tammy Sue Mills Marion D. Moyer III William David Nix Brian Edward Nulik Karen Christine Nungesser Laura Ann Parkey SENIORS Melissa Jane Patton Lori Jo Petersen Nathan Allen Phillips Trac Michele Pierce Troy Bruce Reneau John Lee Rilev Michael Edward Rodgers Terry Phillips Rose SENIORITIS! Senioritis . . . " the disease that inflicts Seniors who become anxious to graduate. " Early symptons include skipping school, excessive tardies, being ill more than twice a week, and falling asleep in class. The yearbook staff asked some of the Seniors how they knew if they had this distasteful disease. Some of their replies were . . . . . . you start buying food for skip day in September. Greg Quigley . . . you begin counting down the days, the hours, the minutes and the seconds till graduation. Wendy W. and Jill Q. . . . school becomes a blow off and you are ready to graduate two years ago. Steph Smith . . . school seems like a hemmoriod and preparation H becomes an every day thing, " anonymous quote. " Mr. Brown and Mr. Canfield enjoying the game. Charles Johnson and David Belew discuss a Business Law case. TEACHERS REMEMBERED . This years favorite teacher, chosen by the senior class was Mr. " Bio Joe " Johnson. Some of the comments made were: " He was laidback. He was a really cool guy and was a fun teacher. He was easy to talk to and understood things that we had to go through. " Coming in second place was Mr. Bill Brown. He was considered the most understanding teacher. One student commented, " He understood me and the way I did things. He seemed to be just like a counselor. He taught you what you want to learn and was easy to get along with. " Other teachers anonymously praised were: Ms. Diener . . . " She has always been there to talk to and says when she thinks something is wrong. " Mr. Tegethoff . . " He always cares about his students. He works hard to help them pass his class. He ' s nice and friendly. " Mr. Bowen . . . " because he is always joking around and he is easy to get along with. Mr. Merritt . . . " he is easy to get along with and understand. He really cares about your feelings. " SENIORS WILL TO JUNIOR CLASS . . . I, Lori Petersen, will my 61 two-door red and white Falcon to Sonja McElroy, so she ' ll have a car of her very own, (not her mommy and daddy ' s). Bo: My College Prep compositions. David Hooten: A sorry prom and a rainy skip day! Alison: My ability to B.S. my way through English compositions. Aaron: My senior picture, blown up to lifesize and hung above the state trophy case in the lobby. Christie: All the pot holes and mud in the parking lot! Senior Class: The ability to help the class of 87 get their act together (Good Luck!!!) David Nix: No matter what, get that diploma and graduate. Senior Class: (To Mrs. Westfall), Our ability to keep my nose out of other people ' s business! Dixie and Colleen: The leftovers from our graduation part y! ik f Colleen and Dixie studying? Alison experiences the agony of defeat. POST GRADUATION PLANS? Your Senior year may be the most fun, but it is also a year filled with decisions, such as whether to take College Prep or take the easy way and take Creative Writing or Sports Lit. You also have the decision of, if and where to go to school? What kind of school to attend? There are many different choices: 4-year colleges and universities, 2-year junior colleges, Vo-tech, or the military. Then there are the decisions of what to take once you get to where you are going. Senior Greg Quigley seems to know what he is going to do with his hfe. He said, " I am going to attend college, become rich, and marry a beautiful woman, drive a ' 65 Buick Convertable, and have eight kids. " Karen Nungessor said, " I am going to school, get a good job and hopefully get married. I want to live in a nice home and have four children. " Bo Jones said, " Go to K-State and party. " Jeff Powell said ;he would, " Attend college and play football, and check out the jwomen. " Charles Johnson said he will, " go to college in California and jcome back to Kansas to open my own karate academy. " Rob puts his post-grad plans on ice for the mo- ment. Jill wills to the secretaries " My quick reflexes and ability to jump up when some one needs help. " 13 SENIORS Eugenia Gale Rylant Rebbecca .Norine bilvcy Kelli Erin Schen Zi 1 I to - i l E H ■ fcltki HI Stephanie Jane Smith Gerard Christopher Spicer Colleen May Morris Schmidt Theresa Ann Schmidt Elaine Marie Storey Angela Marie Stout Theresa Dizna Sumpter Timothy Scott Tatum Michael Ormand Terry M B I i -r II mm.jM lII Sharon Kay Timmons Lonny Dean Travis Jamie Rodrigues Vela Troy Wayne Walker SENIORS Peter Edward Wanek Dixie Rinaa Wilson Gordon Dean Wayman Wendy Suzanne Wayman Debra Yvetle Weber Gregory Joseph Wilson Basketball Homecoming Queen Missy Patton Good Luck Graduating Seniors! Arlyn Gail Wing Lisa Ann Young 15 DEAN PARKS SUPERINTENDENT BOB RUNYAN GARLAND BELL BOARD PRESIDENT WAYNE DALE DAVID YOHE BOARD OF EDUCATION 18 W% i»)«Hi5W!li|i(|.«iiK njww-ii ffrRp " T DEBRA KENDRICK BOB RUNYAN VIRGINIA STEADMAN BOARD OF EDUCATION 19 Ron Adkins Counselor Patty Bailey Vocational Agriculture Roger Bennett Social Sciences Ed Bowen Weightlifting Bill Brown Social Sciences, Drivers Education Betty Burk Mathematics Richard Canfield Art Brenda Diener Business Melinda Douglass Speech, Debate Bill Fairchild Drivers Education Marge Ferrell Language Arts John Fry Language Arts 20 FACULTY Chuck Claser Science, Mathematics Marge Goering Speech, Drama Kim Grant Social Sciences, Yearbook Marvin Jelinek Industrial Arts Dave Johnson Industrial Arts Joe Johnson Sciences Rhoda Kloth Spanish, French Marilyn Leis Resource Room Gary Lillich Computers, Mathematics Charles Mason Language Arts, Drivers Education Meg McGranaghan Business Bill MeitI Vocal Music 21 Bob Merritt Auto Mechanics Al Newlin Extended Learning Program Ted Powers Band Tony Reddick Athletic Director Beverly Reiter Librarian Bob Schreiner Industrial Arts Virdell Shay Counselor Bill Stinson Science Dennis Tegethoff Math Pat Thomason Language Arts Jennifer Webster Home Economics Nancy Winter Physical Education 22 Sue Baumgartner-Bookkeeper Dennis Stout, MHS Principal, concluded a successful 6-year term in 1984-85, and will become Superintendent of Schools in Udall, Kansas next year. In depart- ing, Mr. Stout remarked, " Being a part of the MHS educational com- munity has been a rewarding ex- perience that will be in my mem- ory forever. " Sharon Westfall-Registrar The secretaries at work. Back for seconds?!! ' . i 1 Janice Parkey School Nurse Jim Slavens Transportation Director School support personnel provide valu- able services essential to the smooth func- tioning of day to day school operations. These services include nursing and medical care, planning and preparing meals, trans- portation services, and building mainten- ance and cleaning. 7 Cooks Jan Hyson, Dorothy James, and Doris Earl. Custodians Floyd Reusser and Tom Rico 26 junior Class Officers: President )oel DeHaven, Vice President Sonja McElroy, Treasurer Dawn Elliot, and Secretary Lori Cox. JUNIORS The main responsibility of the Junior class is preparing the prom for the Seniors. Although the number of magazines sold was slightly less than the previous year, more money w as raised because of increases in subscription prices. The total sales were $16,836.77 with a profit of $6,439.35, which pays for the prom preparations. The Juniors worked very hard on the prom. They were split up into 5 committees: Program, Technical, King and Queen, and Decoration and Food. Each committee had a chairperson and advisor. Mrs. Thomason, Mrs. Reiter, and Mr. Canfield were the Junior class sponsors and advisors, and were very supportive of the class and everything they did. Junior Class Representatives: (Seated) Alisa Prickett, Shelly Guggisberg, Melinda Beehler, and (Standing) Robert Dunlap, Mike Snow, and Trent Ramsey. 28 Eddie Allen Melissa Alumbaugh Anthony Arroyo Mike Barnes Monty Becker Melinda Beehler Jeff Belden Mike Belew Dale Bleam Brenda Bohanan Sherri Bowen Stacy Britt gr Kathy Brown Marsha Brown Reese Brown Tina Browning Chris Burkhead Geoffrey Burris Scott Butler Cameron Campbell Joey Cartwright David Cash Levon Cole Jan Convac 29 Kevin Collier Rolf Cooke David Comstock Bobby Cowden Lori Cox David Crawford Brian Cusick Kirk Daniels Joel Dehaven Marie Dir Sean Diss Tiane Dossey Robert Dunlap Leeann Eddingfield Dawn Elliot Ricky Ellis Mary Pagan James Ferguson David Foxworthy Shelly Guggisberg Jeannie Hancock Steve Haws Thomas Hull Aubery Hill 30 Todd lohnson Kevin Kastl Sheila Kessler Dwayne Lancaster Rick Lanzrath Eric LaRock Toni Lowrance Sheila Mahlandt Jerry Mann Kurt Martiens Chris May Sonja McElroy Rona Mead Russell Means Michelle Mize Wes Moore Stephanie Niles Darrin Pfingston Kelly Pierce AlisaVrickett Lee Radar Pamela Rahmer Trent Ramsey Linda Rah! 31 David Rennick Michelle Rodgers Rod Schlick Chris Schmidt Michael Schmidt Mike Shook Tammy Showalter Shelly Sickmann Greg Sisco Carol Smolinski Mike Snow Patrick Spoonhour James Springer Kristy Stewart Melinda Storey Shirley Stout Mike Stump Shellee Sutton Ericka Swayne Bruce Sweet Jan Terry Darla Timmons Chris Tridle Trena VanBuskirk 32 Denise VanDorn Alicia VanZant Tammy Vest Brad Ward Tom Weaver Mike Weingartner Tammy Welch Susan Williams Kris Withrow Debbie Yohe Juniors Not Pictured Tom Copolla Kevin Owens Laurel Coatee Missy Watson MUUOlNEi Todd lohnson enjoys practicing motorcross biking at the river on the weekends. (Above) Juniors Daria Timmons an d Shelly Sickmann apply themselves to the task of creating paper sculptures (Above Right) The Juniors try to win the tug of war against the Sophomores (Right) President Lisa Nulik, Vice-President Terrle Plotts, Secretary Shelly Schlaegel, Treasurer Sheryl Heird. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Sophomore Prom Servers — :ai Jf-1 « V — , h 1 r IS :i i 34 Sophomore Stuco Representatives and Officers (from left) )ill Garrison, Sheryl Heird, Shelly Schlaegel, Tammy Haas, Tanya Gerdes, Jimmy Dunn, Lisa Nulik, and Terrie Plotts. Candy Adams Leonard Ake Debbie Arnett Ken Baer John Bartholomew Lisa Befort Stephanie Belew Robbie Brown Shelly Brown Valley Burchardt Kim Burrell Bryson Butts Chris Cane Chris Caywood Kendra Clark Shannon Clark Kelly Clubb Tammy Coleman Kim Coppenbarger Don Crawford Kay Crow Brian Crum Rhonda Davis Jon DeCou 35 James Dunn Michelle Egger Jeff Erickson Michelle Factor Mike Fanning Michelle Fessler Heath Finchum Scott Fossey Todd Fox Brenda Fuller Jill Garrison Tanya Gerdes Malanie Giles Sonya Gonzalez Lyie Graybeal Tammy F aas Sheryl Heird Eric Held Curt Hicks James Hime Vanessa Hinkle Lora Hodge Jeff Houser Paul Hovorak 36 Tasha Moving Jody Hubbard Lisa Humbolt Kim Infinger Andrew Jacques Bryan Jones Sara Jones Traci Jones Matt June Brenda Kauffman Roger Kandall Kim Lambrecht Greg Lankard Lori Lawrence Pat Layman Morgan LeClair Jim Lewis Patrick Maltbie Shane Martin Jody McBee Mark Meek Anthony Middendorf Jackie Milingo Kim Milliren 37 Clint Mobley Ann Myears Sue Nicholson Lisa Nulick Lisa Pack Dete Palmer Glenda Picknell Leonard Plain Terrie Plotts Brand! Prestage Cordon Pringle Shari Proctor Jon Puis Susie Quigley Claudia Ramming Stacey Robinson Kelly Schauf Amy Schild Michelle Schlaegel Bob Scott Lee Schelle Simon Brad Singleterry Kevin Sisney Chanda Sizemore 38 Teresa Spicer Kyle Steadman Pearl Stewart Phlllippa Standley Mary Stegner Andrew Swayne Curt Swayne )ames Tackett Jeff Terry David Terry : , Robert Titus Lara Thomason ;- Brian Unruh Julie Virginia Bo West Robbie Whitmer Dana Wickham Jeff Williams Mark Wilson Jarrod Young Angle Roby SOPHOMORES 39 Bottom: Mr. Nelson (Sponsor), R. Davis, S. Heird, S. Schleagal, ]. Garrison, L. Nulik, T. Cerdes, T. Plotts, T. Haas, M. Fagen, D. VanDorn, and B. Kauffman. 2nd row: Mr. Tegethoff (Sponsor), T. Lowrance, S. Cuggisberg, M. Mize, L. Cox, D. Reekie, A. Giles, T. Lawless, J. Quigley, ). Pounds, B. Silvey, and ). Graber. 3rd row: G. Quigley, B. Bohanan, A. Prickett, D. Elliott, M. Beehler, K. Ashlock, S. Timmons, A. Huslig, ). DeHaven, and B. Cusick. 4th row: T. Ramsey, J. Lough, D. Belew, M. Snow, J. Powell, G. Wayman, R. Cartwright, B. Jones, A. Wing, J. Dunn, and S. McElroy. s T U c o 42 JHHI m 1 B Bi 1 " ■ j ' ;inderella and her Prince. Officers: Brian Cusick, Greg Quigley, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Tegethoff, Jeana Graber, Michelle Mize. Student Council represents the student body and community, and serves as a facilitator of communication between student-community interests and the high school administration at the high school. To begin the 84-85 school year Stuco changed the shorts policy for hot weather, contributed $100 for a Drug Seminar, double meat dishes for lunch were added, and members donated food for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners to needy families. Stuco also sponsored a Get Acquainted Dance, both football and basket- ball Homecoming dances and a Formal Christmas Dance. Academic letter- ing awards were given and Co-Champion Football banner. League Champi- on Basketball banner and the State Basketball signs were also purchased. Over all the year proved to be a success. Stuco President Greg Quigley, Vice President )eana Graber, Treasurer Brian Cusick, and Secretary Michelle Mize lead the discussion as representatives listen. 43 ♦ Front Row: Jay Hays, Debbie Weber, Rolf Cooke, Chanda Sizemore, )im McDaniel, Mike Barnes, Kelly Schauf, Brian Crum, Patty Bailey. Back Row: Robbie Brown, Pat Spoonhour, Aubrey Hill, Chris May, Tom Hull, Matt )une, Don Crawford, Rod Schlick. Canfield and Jelinek plot strategy during a break in the action. Jelinek puts it up for another " 2 " for; the faculty team. Membership Grows In Future Farmers For the members of FFA, the year began at Old Settler ' s Day, where the FFA float won 3rd place in the parade. The organization also provided entertainment for kids of all ages, with the " Kiddie Barnyard, " which included various animals to watch and handle. The FFA also started an Alumni association and held the Donkey Basketball game, which was a big success. Other activities were a fire safety presentation, dairy judging, Beef Exposition, poultry and swine judging, the South Central District banquet, and Chapter Sweeheart Chanda Sizemore competed for the South Central District Sweetheart title. Mr. Merritt celebrates a faculty victory! ff. Officers Rolf Cooke, Tom Hull, Jim McDaniel. Don Crawford, Mike Barnes, Chris May, and Patty Bailey (Sponsor). Ms. Bailey puts one in Dan Heersche ' s face! 45 Alison Giles, Steve Haws, Tom Coppola and Greg Sisco receive last minute instructions from sponsor Mr. New lin. Tom Coppola waits for the next round. H I h Q Kyle Steadman The High-Q team at their best —! Why Alison, you look just like ODAWNI!! FHA officers Laura Parkey, Sec Treasurer, Theresa Schmidt Pres., LeeAnn Larew Vice Pres., Amy Kenworthy Historian. President Theresa Schmidt speaks at Pep Assem- bly. Future Homemakers The Future Homemakers of Amer- ica kept very busy this year. They bought toys for the Mulvane Day Care and trampolines for the Derby La Petite and Kindercare centers. In February, they held the annual Val- entine cookie sale which proved to be very profitable, in summary, President Theresa Schmidt ex- claimed, " 1 learned a lot of leader- ship qualities this year and devel- oped a lot of new friends. It was a great year! " Another FHA pie hits the mark as Mr. Quigley slams a pie in Greg ' s face. Pies were auctioned to the highest bidder to raise money for the March of Dimes. Kayettes (Front) Melinda Storey, Jeannie Hancock, Tracy Pierce, Teresa Graybeal, Dawn Elliot, Alisa Prickett, Mary Pagan, Kelly Pierce, Darla Reekie, Wendy Wayman. (Middle) Miss Douglass and Miss Burk (Sponsors), Cindy Hansen, Shelly Schlaegel, Sheryl Heird, Traci Jones, Debbie Arnett, Debbie Weber, Susie Quigley, leanna Graber. (Back) Kelly Clubb, Angie Roby, Kay Crow, Michelle Rogers, Stephanie Niles, Sheila Mahlandt, Tiane Dossey, Stacey Britt, and Michelle Hively. MHS KAYETTES The 1984-85 school year was a very produc- tive year for the Mulvane High School; Kayettes, under the leadership of a new spon- sor, Ms. Betty Burk. The first project of the yean was the Powder Puff football game, the pro-i ceeds of which were donated to a Ronald Mc- Donald House in Wichita. The next highlight was a visit from Clair Casselman, the KSHSAA State Kayette Director on January 10th. Other events consisted of a bake sale to raise money for Ethiopia, the Teacher Appreciation Break-; fast held before school in the commons, and the Senior Farewell Dinner to conclude a very busy year on May 14th. Kayette Officers (Front) Brenda Kauffman, Wendy Wayman, Joanne Pounds, Tracy Pierce (President), Kelly Pierce, Dawn Elliot (Secretary), Miss Burk (Sponsor). (Back) Mary Fagan, Alisa Prickett, Teresa Graybeal (Treasurer), Darla Reekie, Melinda Storey. Not pictured, Jeanie Hancock (Vice President). KAYETTES Kayette Sponsor Miss Betty Burk presents a check from the Powder Mr. Schreiner enjoys the Teacher Appreciation Puff proceeds to a representative from the Ronald McDonald House. Breakfast. Mr. Canfield tests the first piece of a souffle ' M Sealed L to R Selly Cuggisberg, Tiane Dossey, Debbie Yohe, Lori Cox, Wendy Wayman, Lori Meek, Karen Nungesser. Standing; Bo lones. Buddy Moyer, Rob Cattwnght, Shannon Clark, Gerard Spicer, Kyle Sleadman, Mike Stump, Darla Reekie, Jamie Lough, Cordon, Wayman, Lisa lones. Melody Carey, David Cash, David Hooten, Russell Means, Lonny Travis, David Belew, Sean Diss, Mike Snow, Jerry Mann, Anthony Arroyo, Jeff Belden, Chris Tridle, Wade Lander, Stephanie Smith, George Cash, Greg Wilson, Kevin KastI, Robert Former, David Edson, letf Powell, and Kris Withrow. u b S h o t s David Hooten poses pretty, while Mr. Mason tries to get order during M-Club elections. 52 ff ' f% M-Club Officers )eff Powell, Lonny Travis, Bo Jones, David Belew, and Mr. Mason (Sponsor) Quill Type (Front, L to R) Levon Cole, )an Conyac, Dawn Elliot, Lisa lones, Kristi Ashlock, Jill Quigley, Alisa Pnckett, Sheila Mahlandt, and Shelly Sutton. (Middle) Mr. Adkins, Darla Timmons, Alison Giles, Melady Carey, Caria Reekie, Missy Patton, Kelly Pierce, Melinda Storey, LeeAnn Eddingfield, Melinda Beehler, Debbie Yohe, Stacy Britt, and Mr. Brown. (Back) Sharon Timmons, left Powell, Aaron Huslig, David Belew, Bo lones, Greg Quigley, Michelle Mize, Lori Cox, and Toni lowrance. y Another sell-out home game keeps Wendy Wayman busy selling tickets at the entrance to the gym. Quill Type 54 Joel Dehaven pigs out at the picnic. Quill Type Quill Type is a service club which includes Seniors and Juniors whose primary purpose is to support the activities program. The club is sponsored by Ron Adkins and Bill Brown. The primary activity of Quill Type members is to provide gate workers at sports events. The proceeds are used for various projects to aid the school. These included purchasing and decorating a Christmas tree for the school lobby, and keeping the message board in front of the school up to date. Overall, the year was a success under the leadership of Kristi Ashlock. ■ it Sponsors Bill Brown and Ron Adkins cast a watchful eye over another Quill Type meeting. Trent Ramsey enjoys another (1) hot dog at the annual Stuco-Quill Type picnic. Jeana and Melinda 55 Tiane and Daria were in good spirits before the game, but it was a different story afterwards. 56 Seniors get pep talk before the big game! Senior Girls Race Past Juniors In Powder Puff The 1984-85 powder puff football game was definately a success. This was the second year for this activity, but this year it was sponsored by Kayettes. The proceeds, $500, went to the Ronald McDonald House in Wichita. The senior girls romped to a complete shutout over the juniors, winning 14-0 on a chilly night before a good crowd under the lights of Lyle Couch Field. Terri Lawless led the senior team with 7 tackles, followed by Colleen Schmidt with 6, and Wendy Wayman with 5. Melody Carey ran for 135 yards, including a 65 yard romp for the first touchdown. Lori Meek dove into the end zone for the two point conversion which gave the seniors an 8-0 lead at half-time. A new twist was added at half-time which included the crowning of Mr. Wildcat. The attendants were Greg Wilson, escorted by Melody Carey, and Troy Walker, escorted by Tracy Pierce. Gordon Wayman, escorted by Donna Arnett, was crowned Mr. Wildcat 1984 and received the appropriate con- gratulatory kiss. Apparently the excite- ment was too much for Gordon as he joined the growing list of people to run into the pole at the Mulvane IGA later in the evening. In the second half, Lori Meek, utiliz- ing the quarterback sneak, scored an- other touchdown for the seniors. The extra point failed, and the seniors then held the juniors scoreless in the half to claim victory ,for the second time in a row. Cheerleaders and football players dressing each other? 57 Lisa Nulik experiences the agony of a pep assembly. A typical sophomore demonstrates his table manners. Football Homecoming Parade Lori Cox gets pied. 1 Pep Club " Mulvane High School had a fantastic cheering section at our ballgames this year. Once again, Mulvane students and boosters were awarded most deserving sportsmanship trophies at both the Chapparal Roadrunner Classic and at our own Wildcat girls basketball tournament. The students of MHS have earned the respect of all the league schools by having a well mannered yet genuinely spirited pep club. " - Meg McGranaghan. 59 Forensics ' 85 This years forensics organization was a very dedicated group, getting up as early as 4:30 a.m. to attend some of the tournaments. Their hard work paid off, with most mem- bers qualifying for State. Of the six qualifiers, three members, Senior Lori Petersen, Junior Kirk Daniels, and Sophomore Scott Fossey received ones. Among the others attending the State tournament were Kim Infinger, Jody McBee, and Lara Thomason. Senior Da- vid Wilcoxson, and Juniors Tammy Vest and Denise VanDorn were also members of the team. Hopefully, next years team will profit from the experiences gained this year. State qualifiers Lori Petersen, Scott Fossey, Kirk Daniels, Kim Infinger, Lara Thomason, and Jody McBee. Sixth hour forensics class at work. " Hey guys, that ' s me! " 60 vVEST KIRK 19 ( .«, DRIVE 56 c b:_K Yearbook Staff (from left) Karen Nungesser, Jill Quigley, Lori Meek, Lori Petersen, Terri Lawless, Jennifer Milingo, Christie Havlik, Gerard Spicer, and Rob Cartwright. YEARBOOK The 1984-85 school year began for the Yearbook staff at the Josten ' s American Yearbook Company Workshop at Friends University. Through the course of the year, the staff kept busy with making photo assignments, writing copy, laying out pages, selling yearbooks and advertising, and editing the six sections of the book. Mr. Kim Grant served as adviser, and along with Jill Quigley, Editor, supervised a staff of eight people, all pictured above. Photographs for the book were taken by Stephanie Smith, Shelly Sickmann, Kevin Owens, and Mr. Grant, all under the supervision of Mr. Joe Johnson, Photography Instructor. 61 Teddie gets the band under control Where ' d you get the threads Steph? M A R C H I N G B A N D 64 Band Buddies game! What were some of the highlights of Band this year? " Going to state, having good students to work with and going to K.U. Band Day. " Why do you like working with the students? Because they keep me fresh and up to date on the " in " things. " c o n c e r t B a n d Front row: S. Smith, C. Burkhead, D. Yohe, J. Garrison, S. bclilat-gel, L. PdLk, ). leiiy, L, Gilbreath, T. Welcin, M. Beehier, M. Mize, L. Petersen, E. Held, D. VanDorn, K. Pierce, . Storey, T. Lowrance, L. Lawrence, T. Jones, K. Infinger, 2nd row: C. Engstrand, K. Owens, W. Moore, ). Belden, R. Ellis, D. Rennick, J. Williams, M. Meek, C. Mobley, K. Baer, M. Cozine, L. Larew, K. Martiens, M. Fagan, T. Dossey, P. Rahmer, T. Mills, L. Jones, 3rd row: M. Carey, T. Lawless, K. Daniels, C. Schmidt, B. Ellis, T. Weaver, L. Graybeal, T. Fox, H. Fincham, C. Landard, J. Bartholomew, K. Collier, S. Heird, T. Plotts, j. Conyac, C. Pickering, C. Caywood, T. Pierce, J. Quigley, 4th row, T. Powers, J. DeBacker, A. Wing, D. Gilbreath, R. Davis, B. Ward, D. Hooten, S. Brown, P. Wanek, j. Ferguson, A. Huslig, B. Burrell, K. KastI, K. Steadman, J. Tackett, B. Sweet. Not pictured: J. Graber, T. Walker, K. Crow, S. Nicholson, S. Robinson, P. Hovarock, Darla Reekie, S. Mahlandt. Brasses Saxes French Horns Woodwinds Drama Terry and Brenda anxiously await the opening of the play Ms. Goering watches carefully to make sure everything goes as planned. Thespian Officers (Front): Denise Van Dorn, Kathy Brown, Chrisfa Burkhead, and Tammy Vest. (Back): Terry Rose, Brenda Dunlap, and Clayton Epp. Thespians Entertain Mrs. Goering and her Thespian members had a very busy year. The twenty-two Thespian members not only worked on productions but shared work at concessions and enjoyed food and fun at four parties. Six new members were induct- ed into the International Thespian Society. These new mem- bers participated in performances and technical work total- ing 100 hours or more each. They were also kept busy by their spring production, a melodrama called " Run to the Roundhouse Nellie. " Also, the 1st and 3rd hour classes put on a play for the primary students called " The Lion Who Lost His Roar. " Marge and the crew watch over another dress rehearsal. Thespian Members (Bottom, from left) Denise Van Dorn, Tammy Vest, Christa Burkhead, and Brenda Dunlap. (Middle row) Colleen Roeder, Stephanie Belew, and Lara Thomason. (Back) Andrew Swayne, David Wilcoxson, Steve Haws, Kirk Daniels, David Rennick, and David Crawford. The MHS Mixed Ensemble performs with Mr. MeitI at the Christmas Concert. Under the tutelage of Mr. Bill MeitI, the Vocal Music program at MHS made great strides in the past two years. This years concert season was highlighted by the Band and Vocal Christmas concert on December 20th, and concluded with the American Pop ' concert on May 16th, which featured a review of pop music from the 1950 ' s to the present. Both concerts were very enjoyable events for ail who attended. Singing in style!! n.} f ' l J fv Concert Choir A " She ' s a Maniac! " Junior Vartity (bottom to top) - LeeSchelle Simon, Head-Susie Quigley, Lisa Befort, Brenda Kaufman, Lisa Nulik. Barry Proctor drives the " Green Machine " as it makes the victory lap. )V Cheerleaders Susie, Stacy, LeeSchelle, Brenda, and Lisa sure have pep! Five drowned rats at the Winfield game! Cheerleaders Show Spirit! The Varsity Cheerleaders participated in the National Cheer- leaders Association summer camp program. In all four contests they received blue ribbons and for the first time in MHS history they were chosen to compete in the " final four " for the Award of Excellence. They also received the Spirit Award three times for enthusiasm and positive attitude. The Junior Varsity also partici- pated in the UCA camp at WSU, and gained valuable experience. Lisa Nulik shows school spirit! Is that toothpaste good Wade? Varsity Cheerleaders (Bottom-left to right) Michelle Mize, Terri Lawless (Co-Head), Sonja McElroy. (Top) Shelly -,-, Guggisburg, Daria Timmons, Sharon Timmons (Co-Head). Cross Country: Bottom Row- (left to right) D. Belew, B Nulik, M. Rodgers; 2nd Row- W. Moore, ). Williams, S. Diss, D. Lancaster, C. Tridle, J. Mann Ml . »P P! i 78 iWf " »». Sean Diss Kicks into high gear on the straight a way at Wellington. Mike Rodgers and Duane Lancaster struggling for the finish. Sean Diss struggles to overtake Augusta down the stretch with a Kingman runner at his heels. 1 l Karen Nungesser takes some stats at the V ellington Invitational. X-Country Has Up-Down Season According to Cross Country Coach Charles Mason, " Mulvane cross country this year was a year of ups and downs. One meet we ran well and the next, we would not run to our potential. We also had a lot of inexperience and that had to be overcome during the course of the season. The team worked hard all year and improved a great deal. We were led by our two, three-year lettermen, seniors Brian Nuiik and David Belew. We have a good group back for next year. " .f V WF) 79 Spikers 2nd In CTL The Wildcat Volleyball team had eight years under the leadership of Assistant Coach Connie Elliot. The successful season were due to the the squad members. Leader- ship and hard work proved to be just what the volleyball team members needed to compile a 21-11 season record. The season highlights includ- ed 3rd place finishes in the Ark City and Andover tournaments, a 2nd place finish in the Chis- holm Trail League standings, and concluded when the team captured the 2nd place trophy in Sub-state competition in Mulvane. Individual honors were gath- ered by Melody Carey and Lori Cox, who were selected to the Chisholm Trail All-League Vol- leyball team for 1984. Also Daria Reekie was given honor- able mention for her efforts in volleyball. its most successful season in Coach Nancy Winters and her qualities necessary for such a friendship and dedication of 1984 Wildcat Voll yball Belle Plaine W Central Burden W Garden Plaine L Andover L Circle W Clearwater W Independence w Douglass w Ark City L Belle Plaine L Sonjth Haven W Rose Hill w Maize w Haven w Andale w Kingman w Goddard w Andover L Clearwater w Collegiate w Andale L Augusta w Buhler L Maize L Assistant Coach Connie Elliot, and Head Coach Nancy Winter. The team gathers for a time-out to discuss strategy. 80. CTL All-League, Melody Carey and DarIa Reekie. Tiane Dossey stands by as Terrie Plotts goes up for the block. 04a " ' 0 ' V 33 aF ' eoi ' :2 1 25 2 c •70 m Front Row: Melody Carev, Daria Reekie. Second Row: (left to right) Toni Lowrance, Lori Cox, Tiane Dossey, Jan Conyac, Melinda Beehler. Third Row: Amy Sheild, Shelly Schlaegel, Sheila Mahlandt, Mary Fagan, Tanva Cerdes, Jill Garrison. Top Row- Manager, Kay Crow, Terrie Potts, Tammv Haas, Rhonda Davis, Shervl Heird, Sara Jones, Manager: Kim Lambrecht. Lori Cox spikes against Coddard as Darla Reekie, Terrie Plotts, and Rhonda Davis provide backup. t I Darla Reekie moves in for the bump. Lori Cox skies for the block. Defense Leads Cats To 7-2 Record To Capture CTL Championship After an exciting and fine season the Cats soared to the top of the CTL charts with a 7-2 record, including three shutouts. The Mulvane Wildcats ended up sharing the league title with the Goddard Lions. Other highlights of the season were beating God- dard for the first time since 1978, which made the national news- paper USA Today, and upsetting Andover of Division II of the CTL, who went on to be 4A State champs. The first district game was a real frustrating one. Ark City crawled away, scoring with 3 minutes left in the 4th quarter, making the final score 7-0. In second round action, the fighting Wildcats blew away Winfield 22-6, in spite of the rain that hailed down on the players most of the game. A week later the Cats rolled over Independence with a potent air and ground attack. Greg Wilson and Lonny Travis made some spectacular catches, and Shannon Clark ' s and Mike Snow ' s rushing led the Cats to a 23-0 victory. Contributing to the suc- cess of this years season were nine team members named to the CTL All-League team. They were: Greg Quigley, Lonny Travis, Greg Wilson, and Mike Snow on offense, and Quigley, Jeff Powell, and Jeff Belden on defense. Honorable Mention were Bo Jones, Scott Dunn, and Troy Walker at their respective positions. In addition, Lonny Travis was named All-State in class 5A. 1984 FOOTBALL RECORD VARSITY 5 Augusta 14 Valley Center Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane Mulvane 15 7 21 20 6 22 23 Buhler Goddard Andover Wellington Ark City Winfield Cats look on from sidelines in Andover game. Lonny Travis gets off a punt agamst Ark City in District play 82 Varsity Football (left to right) Bottom Row: Rob Cartwright, Greg Quigley, Bo Jones, George Cash, Jeff Powell, Robert Fortner, Gordon Wayman, Buddy Mover. Second Row: Wade Lander, Gerard Spicer, David Hooten, Lonny Travis, Greg Wilson, Shannon Clark, Kevin KastI, Jeff Beldon, Trov Walker. Third Row: Jim Debacker, Rob Whitmer, Heath Finchum, Bryson Butts, Gordon Pringie, Dete Palmer, Kurt Martiens, Brad Ward. Fourth Row: Mike Schmidt, Morgan LeClair, Curtis Hicks, Jarrod Young, Mike Belew, Mike Snow, Brian Cusick, Trent Ramsey. Fifth Row: Ken Baer, David Terry, Andrew Swayne, Reese Brown, David Cash, Mike Shook, Kris Withrow, Rob Dunlap , Scott Butler. Sixth Row: Anthony Middendorf, John Bartholomew. Mulvane Football Staff (left to right), Dave Johnson, line coach, Ed Bowen, head coach. Bill Stmson, defensive backs and quarterbacks, and Rodger Bennett, receivers and linebacker coach. Shannon Clark gets smashed as two Ark City defenders sandwich him. 83 Bryson Butts, Ken Baer, Cordon Pringle, Gordon Wayman, Rob Whitmer, and coaches look on from the sidelines as the Cats chalk up another victory. JUNIOR VARSITY Augusta Valley Center Andale Goddard Andover Wellington 28- 8- 20- 0- 8 22- 6 22-14 FRESHMEN- SOPHOMORE Bishop-Carroll Winfield 0- 2 8-22 84 Brad Ward zeroes in on the Wellington quarterback. L.T. relaxes after the Winfield game. Seniors, bottom (from left), " Boppin " Rob Cartwright, Greg " Int " Quigley, " Bangin " Bo Jones, George Cash, Scott Dunn, Jeff " Boog " Powell, Troy Walker, 2nd row, Gerard " Ralf " Spicer, David Hooten, Lonny " L.T. " Travis, Greg " Willy " Wilson, Shannon " Jitterbug " Clark, Buddy " Scuddy " Moyer, 3rd row. Wade Lander, Jim DeBacker, Robert " Frog " Fortner, Gordon " Woody " Wayman. What was the highlight of the season? " Definitely beating God- dard. but beating the state champs by 15 pts. and giving Ark City a run for their mon- ey also. " What personal satisfaction do you get from working with the students? " Watching the relationship develop when people work together and believe in each other. " What kind of expectations ' do you have for next year? " Next year Mulvane will be a different type of football team. If we stay relatively healthy we shoufd win 7 or more bail games and hope- fully quality for a playoff birth. " FOOTBALL 85 Our next homecoming queen? Take a look at the beauty in the background. FOOTBALL HOMECOMING The 1984 Football Home- coming crowning ceremony at halftime highlighted a 21-6 vic- tory over the 1984 4A State Champs, Andover. Kristi Ash- lock was crowned queen. Her escort was Jeff Powell. Her court consisted of Terri Lawless and Lori Meek and their escorts Bo Jones and Lonny Travis. The ceremony highlighted the week long preparation for the event. Practices were held during first hour for the candi- dates, escorts, pom pon girls, and the band. Everything had to be perfect. In the end ever- ything turned out well except for the weather, which was rainy and included a tornado watch. what an outfit! eft) Kristi Ashlock and tier escort Jeff Powell. ■ ■ pa K W ' m " Okay, this is the last time I am going to tell you ... " The " Pizza God " Greg Wilson shows his strength! 88 M " Ed Bowen Weight Trainer Eddie Allen pushes himself towards a victory. Weight Training Grows Mulvane ' s weightlifting classes consisted of both guys and giris who are interested in physical fitness and weightlifting. There are approximately 140 kids that are enrolled in weightlifting classes and the after school programs. There is never a problem trying to get enough kids enrolled. In fact the problem is too many students want to take the class. Coach Bowen took the Mulvane Weightlifting Team to two power meets, South High ' s Weighlifting classic and Southeast ' s Iron Buffalo meet. Mulvane ' s team placed second and third in the meets against the bigger schools. Mulvane ' s weightlifting team consisted of both athletes and non-athletes, ranging in age from 14-18. Mulvane ' s top two lifters were Sophomore Eddie Allen and Senior Jeff Powell. Eddie ' s lifts in the 123 weight class totaled up to 905 pounds. Jeff Powell in the 220 weight class totaled up to 1250 pounds. 89 Shelly Cuggisberg-Jeff Powell Michelle Mize-Aaron Huslig Joey Cartwright-leff Belden ■1 ' % ' ■ - ' ' — Sharon Timmons-Arlyn Wing Daria TImmons-Bo Jones Varsity Cheerleaders with Sponsor Meg McGranaghan Marsha Brown-Darrin Pfingsten Sonja McElroy-jamie Lough 90 J.V. SQUAD The Junior Varsity cheerleading squad of 1984-1985 consisted of Lisa Nulik, LeeSchelle Simon, Brenda Kauffman, Stacey Robinson, Lisa Befort, Kim Lambrecht, Kendra Clark, and Glenda PicknelL The Junior Varsity squad cheered at pep assemblies, made locker posters, and learned new cheers. They primarily cheered at the JV and Sophomore games. All of their hard work was greatly appreciated by the Varsity squad as they helped make everything go a little smoother. The Junior Varsity squad cheers at a pep assembly. DEFENDING STATE CHAMPS WIN LEAGUE Mulvane High School ' s Varsity Basketball team embarked on the 1984-85 campaign with high expectations, the kind of expectations that usually characterize a defending state championship team. Those expectations, coupled with the experience gained the previous two seasons, allowed this years Senior-dominated squad to roll to an impressive 19-4 record, highlighted by the capture of the school ' s first Chisholm Trail League championship since 1966. As the season progressed, the Wildcats established themselves as one of the most dominating teams in Class 4A. Prior to Christmas break, the Wildcats chalked up an impressive 4-1 record, which included 4 lopsided victories and 1 suprise defeat at the hands of Nickerson, who would return to haunt the Cats later in the season. After Christmas, the Cats played their best ball of the season to capture 3rd place at the Chaparral Roadrunner Classic, and finish strongly to wrap up the league title with a 9-1 mark. When Sub-State action rolled around the State-ranked Cats found themselves in one of the toughest Sub- States in the state. In first-round action the Cats demolished the Augusta Orioles for the third time 86-61, then subdued a cocky Rose Hill team with a 70-45 thrashing in what may have been the best performance of the year. The following night, however, the season came to a premature end at the hands of the tall, talented Haven Wildcats, who administered a 60-44 defeat. For their efforts, 4 Senior Wildcats were named to the All-CTL team. They were Lonny Travis, David Belew, Greg Quigley, and Aaron Huslig (Honorable Mention). Top honors were garnered by Lonny Travis, who led the team in scoring (23.6 ppg) and was named to the 2nd Team All- Class All-State team, and to the First Team Class 4A All-State team. VARSITY RECORD MHS Opp. 70 Andale 36 76 Goddard 51 87 Valley Center-Maize Tournament 54 63 Nickerson-Maize Tournament 68. 83 Maize-Maize Tournament 65 76 Buhler BO- 64 Chaparral SS 80 Wellington 64 65 Ark-City-Chaparral Tournament 45 56 Nickerson-Chaparral Tournament 64 74 Chaparral-Chaparral Tournament 46 68 Goddard 43 61 Valley Center 55 99 Augusta-Homecoming 72 71 Andover 67 56 Buhler 58 93 Wellington 60 62 Valley Center 46 53 Clearwater 52 79 Augusta 58 86 Augusta-Augusta Sub-State 61 70 Rose Hill-Augusta Sub-State 45 44 Haven-Augusta Sub-State Final 60 A study in concentration, David Belew eyes the basket from the charity stripe before sinking another free throw for the Cats. 92 , , Front row (L to R): Managers Anthony Middendorf, Eddie Allen, and John Bartholomew. Senior Lonny Travis displays the form that row (L to R)- Wes Moore, Kevin KastI, Jamie Lough, Curtis Hicks, Third row (L to R): placed him at the top of the CTL chart in ., Stump, David Belew, Bo Jones, Morgan LeClair, Andrew Swayne. Fourth row (L to R): individual scoring. Quigley, Lonny Travis, Aaron Huslig, Buddy Moyer, Mike Rodgers. ' f Lonny Travis shoots as Aaron Huslig and Bo Jones look on. I Greg QuIgTey leaps high in the air to shoot over a Clearwater defender. Seniors Greg Quigley, Lonny Travis, Buddy Moyer, and Aaron Huslig await a rebound. 93 4 ,. %.. SLAM! JAM! OOPS ' Huslig moves for a rebound position as Greg Quigley shoots. J.V. — Sophs Excel Following the fortunes of the Junior Varsity basketball squad this season was like riding on a see-saw, as the Cats dropped their first six games of the season before developing the consistency necessary to bounce back and win six of the last eight games to close with a 6-8 season record. Juniors Kevin KastI, Mike Stump, and Wes Moore were the only players with JV experience at the beginning of the season, and a host of Sophomores joined forces with them to gain valuable experience for the future. Sophomores Morgan LeClair, Curtis Hicks, Andrew Swayne, Bryson Butts, Todd Fox, and Kyle Steadman saw considerable action, often against older, more experienced players. Highlights of the season included a 78-70 victory over Augusta, a 89-45 trouncing over Wellington, and a 65-58 win over Valley Center at home. The Sophomores rolled to an 8-4 record on the season, including five lopsided wins over Goddard and Augusta, plus capturing the 1st place trophy in the Mulvane Invitational Tournament. Todd Fox led the Sophs in scoring. A i-:-. ■ nx . W V Bottom row: (L to R) Lyie Graybeal, Wes Moore, Mike Stump, Kevin KastI, )eff Williams. 2nd row: Anthoney Middendorf, Roger Kendall, Morgan LeClair, Curtis Hicks, Andrew Swayne, Kyle Steadman, Eddie Allen. 3rd row: )ohn Bartholomew, Brad Singleterry, Todd Fox, James Tackett, Bryson Butts, Coach-Dennis Tegethoff. MHS 55 41 54 56 51 43 78 73 57 89 65 55 52 Junior Varsity Record Opp Andale 59 Goddard 48 Buhler 60 Wellington 65 Goddard 53 Valley Center 52 Augusta 70 Andover 64 Buhler 72 Wellington 45 Vallev Center 58 Clearwater 52 Augusta 57 §f -J dgp --• V }m Mrimiib - •• Sophomore Basketball Team Andrew Swayne shoots from the line in -- action. (Above) Curtis Hicks drives for the layup as Jeff Williams waits for the rebound. (Left) Sophomore Todd Fox confidently puts in a free throw. 95 I Vfi iVuT i ' r Or ) W4 12 1 ,.A V t 40 " ' nUW-t ' iiL r Girls Basketball (left to right) Tanya Gerdes, Lisa Jones, Tiane Dossey, Sheila Mahlandt, Melody Carey, Lori Cox, Tammy Haas, Sara Jones, Terrie Plotts, Susie Quigley, and Rhonda Davis. Tony Gourlay Assistant Coach 96 Bill Stinson Head Coach Following the introduction of the startmg line-ups, the Lady Wildcats huddle at the free-throw line for the pre- game hurrah! Darla Reekie looks lor a cutter through the lane as a Buhler girl applies pressure. Melody Carey shoots from the charity stripe against Buhler as Daria Reekie moves for rebounding position. Lady Cats Hang Tough All-League selections Melody Carey and Lori Cox led a young, quick Mulvane Wildcat girls basketball team to a respectable 9-12 overall record, highlighted by the capture of the consolation trophy at the Maize Invitational. In addition, the Cats recorded important victories over Nickerson, Clearwater, Goddard, Valley Center, and other teams previously known for giving Mulvane fits over the past few seasons. In League play, the Cats finished 5- 5 against some very tough teams, including highly rated Buhler, Chaparral, Andale, and Andover. Melody Carey and Lisa Jones led the squad in the poi nt production department with 11.7 and 10.0 averages respectively, and Lori Cox hauled down an amazing 10.3 rebounds per game to lead in that department. DarIa Reekie also helped out considerably on the boards, and Tiane Dossey averaged 9.1 points per game to round out the starting five. Several younger players, including Terri Plotts, Rhonda Davis, and Sheila Mahlandt also gained valuable experience for the future. Sophomores Susie Quigley and Terrie Plotts leave for the Junior High gym and the girls J.V. game as the boys Varsity takes the court. Girls Basketball § d1 M MHS Opp 34 Anddle 53 45 Canton Galva 49 70 Nickerson 48 44 Clearwater 41 52 Goddard 44 34 Buhler 56 42 Chaparral 58 53 Wellington 51 46 Goddard 36 58 Clearwater 59 30 Valley Center 35 54 Augusta 46 46 Andover 66 40 Buhler 73 37 Wellington 64 60 Valley Center 47 58 Clearwater 56 45 Augusta 54 45 Circle 46 llttl«l«I Sharon Timmons escorted by |amie Lough, flower girl Lindsey Mason, Missy Patton escorted by Greg Quigley, crown bearer Jacob VVeller, and Karen Nungesser escorted by Buddy Moyer Missy receives her bouquet of flowers 98 Right) Sharon and Jamie arm in arm Jamie and Sharon The newly crowned queen and her escorts listen to the M.H.S. Alma Mater. HOMECOMING The 1985 Basketball Homecoming ceremonies were held between the girls and boys basketball games against Augusta on February 1st. Missy Patton was crowned Queen and her escort was Greg Quigley. Her Court consisted of Karen Nungesser and Sharon Timmons along with their escorts Buddy Moyer and Jamie Lough. The game was also a success as the Wildcats routed the visiting Orioles 99-72 before a packed house. R b(flft ' ;W ' T " « Greg and Missy, Lindsey and Jacob. Buddy and Karen ? ! f 99 w Senior Kats taking it easy in the shade. TRACK TEAMS SUCCESSFUL Both the boys and girls track teams recorded successful seasons in 1985. For the boys, Andrew Swayne finished 4th in the 800-meter run at the 4A State meet with a time of 158.9. For the girls, Michele Mize went to State for the third time, and Tammy Haas placed 4th in the high jump with a leap of 5 ' 2 " . Although their numbers were small, the quality of the performances registered by both the boys and girls teams was quite high. Boys Track (Front) Coaches Marvin Jelinek and Bill Brown. (2nd Row) Kevin Sisney, Jose Hualde, Niclas Mansson, David Wilcoxson, Jerry Mann, and Jim DeBacker. (3rd Row) Kirk Daniels, Kelly Coley, Mike Rodgers, Mike Weingartner, Mike Belew, Greg Sisco, and Andrew Swayne. (Back Row) Ken Baer, Bryson Butts, Trent Ramsey, Aaron Husiig, and Scott Baker. Mike Belew streaks across the finish line tor first place. Shelly and Susie help rake the long jump pit. r. ' Girls Track (Front Row) Denise VanDorn, Coaches Nancy Winters and Roger Bennett, Melinda Storey. (2nd Row) Rhonda Davis, Debbie Yohe, Sara Jones, Terrie Plotts, Tammy Haas, Lisa Young, Colleen Schmidt, Michele Mize, and Stephanie Niles. Tammy Mills awaits the start of the race ra The weightman ' s relay awaits the big moment. ' ' . Big Bad Aaron prepares to hurl the discus. Kevin Sisney races down the runway in the pole vault. 103 Greg Wilson pulls one down the left field line. Katz gives the signal. - •» ir Hicks and Quigley ready for action. Belden hollers " two away! ' •s s Bottom Row: Mickey Bolinger, Gordon Wayman, Geoffrey Burris, Kyle Steadman, Curtis Hicks, Morgan LeClair, )eff Belden, Robert Fortner Middle Row; Dennis Tegethoff (Asst. Coach), Rob Whitmer, Brian Cusick, Kris Withrow, Mike Shook, Wes Moore, Brian Unruh, Jarrod Young, Brian Nulik, Dave Katzenmeier {Head Coach). Back Row; Eric Held, Greg Wilson, Jeff Powell, Brad Ward David Belew, Mike Snow, Mike Stump, Greg Quigley, Reese Brown, David Edson, Robert Titus. BASEBALL TEAM GOES TO STATE MHS Opp 2 South 9 2 South 9 7 Nickerson 6 14 Nickerson 12 Rose Hill 7 Rose Hill 4 12 Winfield 3 10 Valley Center 6 10 Valley Center 12 Campus 2 11 Campus 8 5 Augusta 13 7 Augusta 2 13 Circle 1 15 Circle 7 12 Goddard 13 Goddard League Tourney 1 3 Winfield 2 6 Rose Hill 3 1 Augusta Regional 3 17 Douglass 2 4 Central Burden State 2 2 Chase County 5 " Winning the league championship I feel was a big step for Mulvane baseball. The boys wanted this badly since the football and basketball teams each won the league. Winning Regionals and going to State was great! I hope it will become a habit in the years to come. " Katz 105 » o I V • David and Cindy provide entertainment for the evening. Prom Royalty: Donna Arnett, Aaron Huslig, Melody Carey Arlyn Wing, loanne Pounds David Belew. J u n I o r S e n I o r P r o m 8 108 Prom Queen and King; Donna Arnett and Arlyn Win; u fic- guniax LxcuSA tJltuWu.n« J _.iqii c)cnoot xe UA tit ine. ntuxawi ai AiauA. arcA nce. at tfic iy . ' ■iff ' I ■ i Servers: Stephanie Belew, Todd Fox, Tammy Haas and Andrew 1 Swayne Rob Whltmer and Tanya Gerdes K ' l Wanna dance? Mr. and Mrs. Yohe Aaron and Melody enjoy a dance. Are we having fun yet? STUCO HOLDS ELECTIONS, WELCOMES NEW STUDENTS Scott Beard ft ¥. Deanna Gilbreath t» «■ o A B « - ' 0 1 1 « y ' 4,il % , p I First Row (L to R): Patricia Comstock, Brenda Dunlap, Christie Havlik, Kim Griffin, Melody Carey, Donna Arnett, Michelle Hivley, laytne Cooke, Second Row: Kristi Ashlock, Jeana Graber, Candee Engstrand, Cindy Hansen, Teresa Graybeal, Alison Giles, DeAnna Gilbreath, Diana Bachman, Jenny Champagne, Michelle Farber, Third Row: Scoti Baker, Greg Flickinger, Jay Hayes, Rob Cartwright, David Belew, Aaron Huslig, Shannon Clark, Mike Cozine, George Cash, Mark Eddingfield, Fourth Row: Scott Dunn, Clayton Epp, Terry Hawkins, Steve Hottle, Brad Ellis, Ricky Brown, Brent Burrell, David Edson, Robert Former, James Bowhan. m A yi First Row (L to R): Uim )OnW, MlCne lle Jones, Tracy Pierce, Karen Nungesser, Joanne Pounds, Missy Patton, Lori Meek, Stephanie Meek, Second Row: Laura Parkey, Connie Junious, Terri Lawless, Cristen Lester, Jennifer Milingo, Tammy Mills, Darlene Johnson, Amy Kenworthy, Delbert Lowe, Mike Prestage, Paul LeClerc, Charles Johnson, Brian Nulik, Jeff Powell, Buddy Moyer, Fourth Row: Niclas Mansson, David Johnson, Barry Proctor, Nathan Phillips, Jim McDaniel, Wade Lander, Bo Jones, Jamie Lough. mmrmww First Row {L to R): Elaine Storey, Kelli Schen, Angela Stout, Darla Reekie, Lori Peterson, Teresa Quails, LeeAnn Larew, Terri Jameson, Teresa Sumpter, Debbie Weber, Second Row: Lisa Young, Colleen Schmidt, Dixie Wilson, Wendy Wayman, Becki Silvey, Jill Quigley, Sharon Timmons, Stephanie Smith, Theresa Schmidt, Gina Rylant, Third Row: James Vela, Mike Terry, John Riley, Mike Rogers, Cerad Spicer, Lonny Travis, Greg Quigley, Arlyn Wing, Pete Wanek, Troy Reneau, Paul Bradshaw, Tim Tatum, David Wilcoxsin, Danny Williams, Jim Debacker, David Hooten, Todd Gonzalez, David Gee, Troy Walker, Gordon Wayman, Greg Wilson, Scott Beard, Terry Rose. Twelve Year Classmates « .i • «- ■ U i First Row (L to R): Teresa Graybeal, Kristi Ashlock, Wendy Wayman, Jill Quigley, Karen Nungesser, Melody Carey, Darla Reekie, Lisa Jones, Alison Giles, Terri Lawless, Lori Peterson, LeeAnn Larew, Laura Parkey, Jeana Graber, Second Row: David Johnson, Barry Proctor, Brian Nulik, Brad Ellis, John Riley, Lonny Travis, David Belew, Jenny Champagne, Elaine Storey, Stephane Smith, Stephanie Meek, Diana Bachman, Tammy Mills, Amy Kenworthy, Third Row: Troy Reneau, Mike Rogers, Bo Jones, Troy Walker, Jamie Lough, Wade Lander, Brent Burrell, Jim McDaniel, David Edson, Tim Tatum, Jim Debacker, Fourth Row: Buddy Moyer, Aaron Huslig, Robert Fortner, Gordon Wayman, Ricky Brown, Steve Hottle, Nathan Phillips, Arlyn Wing, Mike Terry. A J I ' L _? ft ..i J 118 k;v ' 1 ,3! Jose, Niclas Experience, Enrich American Life For foreign exchange students Jose Hualde of Spain, and Niclas Mansson from Sweden, the opportunity to meet people from another country and to learn how it is here in America proved to be the most rewarding aspects of their experiences here. Niclas particularly enjoyed his ski trip to Colorado, and both students con- sidered their trip to Washington D.C. a highlight. For Jose, the difficulty with the language barrier was a drawback, and for Niclas, not being able to drive was frus- trating. Overall, however, the two ex- change students had a rewarding exper- ience and contributed to a greater under- standing between their respective coun- tries and the United States. lose Hualde chats with Aaron Huslig and Scott Baker during a pause in the track meet. D-BACKS LEAD NUMBER ONE DEFENSE IN CTL The sign speaks for itself! Bo Jones, Greg Quigley, Rob Cartwright and Greg Wilson: the ultimate D-backs. Daaahhh, football! Bowen prepares to " Max Out " , " Peek-a-Boo! " ;%f G s Photographers Keep Busy Kevin Owens, Stephanie Smith, and Shelly Sickmann put a lot of hard work into the Yearbook. As photographers, they must attend all of the activities and sporting events throughout the year. In addition, a special thanks goes to Stephanie for contributing her artwork to the staff, as she drew all of the clipart and designed the division pages for the 1985 Wildcat. m 1 The Nulik ' s And Friends Hoss Little Jo T h e C a r t w r h t s R o b J o e y Joey on the campaign trail. Need any help Melody? JENNIFER DONNA MELODY ANGIE!! .■mai " Jeana Crabcr I :«■.-- j I (1 fr r am like a raindrop Alone I am nothing But a droplet On the ground But with others We can form a river That flows To the farthest reaches Of the earth Lori Petersen o -n: . If How does it look? Owner Joe Fairchild and daughter Cara share a laugh with Kevin Cardwell. shirts plus MEMBER FDIC 122 West Main - Mulvane Kansas 67110 Telephone [316] 777-1171 MULVANE STATE BANK Regular Lobby Hours Are: Monday Throiio:h Thut day. 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Friday. 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday. 9 a.m. until noon Drive-In Hours Are: Monday Through Friday. 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday. 8 a.m. until noon 135 CONGRATULATIONS WENDY WAYMAN - SIMON STANDARD AUTHORIZED STATION 136 ■ Sg DERBY J LORAL Bf GIFT SHOPPE OjNr - S ' 401 North Baltimore WrJ r Derby. Kansas 67037 PHONE 788-2861 Elaine and Jerry Layton B Ol V WESfERN AUTO Associate Store Home Owned Eddie Pfingston; Owner 110 West Main Mulvane Ks. 67110 j - 7771591 HoBdng nsUng Uceases Seid Here PIX BARBER SHOP 104 Prather Mulvane, Kansas DR. AND MRS. LESLIE COBB 137 FffiSTFEEERAL Head Hunters Hair Shops 115 Emery Mulvane, Kansas TACO CANTINA FAT BOB ' S THE 109 Plaza Lane East Mulvane, KS. 67110 (316) 777-4719 Balloon Bokays For All Occasions •T39 Congratulations Bo! f 1 Si 3 OIL CHANGE ' 6 ' - } LUBE k SERVICE ||EPEKli 1 V ,■4 ' ' i£ " fl b Wi •? : l 9 Gas Lane Service 788-2951 • Air Conditioning • Brakes • Transmission 140 it ' 1 RAfin HEVllAR ■ ■ . ■ V -■Jit v T BI ' i iS , Ji liL Car5, re eggs, are cheaper in the country. J BRANINE CHEVROLET CO. 1014 N. 2nd St., Mulvane, Ks. 777-1191 141 Congratulations Aaron! Mrs. Thomason Brian Unruh Lara Thomason DR. T H O M A S o N D.D.S. Congratulations Kristie! Aaron Husllg 142 " C o n JACK AND BARBARA PROCTOR g r a t u 1 1 a t 1 o n B a r r y I FABRICS NOTIONS AND CRAFTS ROWAN ' S FLOWER SHOP 109 W MAIN Olfelefloia • 143 If Hill W. ■ " " " ° LETS MAKE A DEAL! 1425 Shelly Ct. 777-1244 LARRY ' S Vhirlpool APPLIANCE 144 i MEdBIV I .Mill JT ij K THE COLOR PORT 145 1 - , ' .. ' b ' Owners Jim And Donna Baker And Don And Carleene Hush 146 MULVANE LOVE ' S 613 N. Second 777-1108 147 HEEp • SCHE Hondamotive on oqm. 4liit 1215 N. Rock Road Mulvane, KS 777-0731 IVERSON — WESTFALL PLUMBING Michelle Farber Jeana Graber 148 DAIRY KING Supports The Cats! Hamburgers Salad Bar Charlies French Fries Ice Cream " Home of the Charlie " 777-1671 Stop In On The W a To The i ' wamel S( Terry Flossie Richardson 104 K. Main 777-1601 GO C N ' ' - ( (unfe. ' W. £ncj[U 117 PLAZA LANE EAST MULVANE, KANSAS 671 10 c 149 HARDWARE Congratulations 115 W. Main 777-1901 Jim McDanie 150 (coop) MULVANE-PECK COOP UNION Complete Farm Service— Petroleum Supplies 777-1121—773-1161 CHARLES REALTY, Inc. " over 34 years of service " Wildcats No. 1 Community Cleaners John Grosser, Jr. 102 South 1st Mulvane, KS 67110 Ph. 777-0381 Radio haek ' WEL.LS BOOKKEEPING SERVICE BOOKKEEPING NOTARY INCOME TAX 207 W. Main Ph. 777-4322 MULVANE FINA 501 N. 2nd Av. Ph. 777-0943 FAMILY CARE CENTER Larry R. Anderson, M.D. loel T. Weigand, M.D. Clay Shaw, P.A. 118 E. Main Mulvane, Kansas 67110 SAV-A-TRIP 101 PLAZA LANE WE BACK THE CATS! fj f p In alls FJectric G J Sales Service 104 e« t Main MiiKaiu- 777-1571 151 Rob Cartwright Terri Lawless Brad Ellis CO . v . ' v .0 Se vO O 6 ' x ' ' - w aiscount food store Other Student Employees Eric LaRock Chris Schmidt Devan Barger Angela Stout Aaron Huslig 152 BYRON NYE INSURANCE AND REALTY — ' la ; ' ' ' " P.O. Box 100 Mulvane, Kansas 777-0153 153 NUNGESSER PLUMBING 112 W. Mulvane 777-U72 154 MULVANE STANDARD 201 W. Second 777-1621 Best Service In Town!! STANDARD] III QUAKER STATE I H H HH H 156 PSTENS MUiVANE HIGH SCHOOL 9 5 VyESTl lEVV M ' Jf-VANE, KANSAS 67110 ENGLAND ' S PRINCE HARRY — Charles and Diana had a second son, Prince Harry, third in line for succession to the British throne. WORLD SERIES FOR THE TIGERS — The Detroit Tigers beat the San Diego Padres four games to one to win the 1984 World Series. 8 -C - 55 LIBERTY GETS A FACE LIFT — After 98 years of wear, the Statue of Liberty began receiving badly needed repairs, including new iron supports and a new gold-plated torch. gA -O ' SPACE WALK — Mission specialists aboard the Shuttle Challenger used manned maneuvering units to " walk " in space independent of their spacecraft. INNOCENT — Former automaker John DeLorean was acquitted after a long and highly publicized trial. VICTORY — Michael Jackson and his brothers performed 55 concerts on their massive " Victory Tour " throughout the U.S. There had been initial controversy over high ticket prices. . t:V MiVM J ml ajM credit: AP WIDE WORLD PHOTOS C:UI?I?I:NT IE 1E}4TS pcCi I r-- 7 S -Go r -iH. ' ,v ' yrj SOVIET FUNERAL — Soviet leader Yuri Andropov died on Feb. 9 and Konstantin Chernenko succeeded him. OLYMPICS, YUGOSLAV STYLE — At the winter Olympics in Sarajevo, the U.S. netted four gold and four silver medals. Scott Hamilton won the men ' s figure skating and Steve Mahre won the Giant Slalom. NOT so TRIVIAL — Trivial Pursuit was the game of the year. Students at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, PA, even built a giant board for a trivia contest. WHO YA GONNA CALL? — " Ghostbusters " , a comedy horror movie starring Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis, was the highest grossing movie of 1984, earning over $200 million by year end. ELECTION ' 84 — Presidential candidates Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale took part in two televised debates. The debates were close; the election wasn ' t. Reagan was reelected by a wide margin. FAMINE IN ETHIOPIA — Millions suffered in northern Africa from a famine caused by several years of drought. Belatedly aware of the tragedy, leading nations rushed food and money to the scene. CURI IEMT lEN ENTS

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