Mount Carmel High School - Sibylline Yearbook (Mount Carmel, IL)

 - Class of 1957

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the upturned faces of youth WM, a 5 ' Fifty seven Mt Carmel lllmols Mt. Carmel High Sclwool Joreworcl "LovP and honor Io VI. Carmel. high srliool old nnfl grand." Not lo be rvnwlnbvrvll as u slrurturv of brirk and slonv: inslvnfl. u s u m if mo r y of frivnrlship of lfnozrleflgvz Ivnrning to liz-0. "Proudly :rv will vrvr hail fhPP . . with svrrir-P lo hom:- rommunity and rounlry " . . . :rv Ions! Iliev in victory and llofvnl Having thv will to win Imarning the way lo losv. "Lovv ann' honor Io HI. lfurmvl. Alma Hater, HERE'S F0 YUI' vb., 1 eclication WE, THE 1957 SIBYLLINE STAFF, 1-onsider it a privilege to dedicate this edition of our yearbook to Mrs. Harriet Stelzer, instructor of Social Problems. An unlimited supply of patience and common sense, plus a wealth of understanding combine to make her not only a fine teacher but a wonderful friend. llAHHlET STELZEH is shown near a podinn of her clzinu collection, commemorating lzistoriczll persons and places. M 1 : 4 , , :...... V,. W1 1 I v 4. ' f 5 :g ,M , , . , . I A 3, , n 4 - gf - .31 .. ' ,,, NZ 14 :iff V Emi? , K K I ,g 3 1 il '55 t V ff' Q53 A 222 ,af ' ff X if i yi Q SCl"lO0l BO6l'd THE GOVERNING BODY of the school district which establishes the policies under which the school is operated is the Board of Education. These men give their time cmd effort to keep our school system running smoothly and efficiently. Among their many special undertakings in our behalf, the board this year carried out improvements for both the boys' and girls' gyms. Included were the following: painting of the ceiling and bleachers: building of a new officials' stand: and, refinishing the floor. With abso- lute sincerity we express our gratitude and appreciation to these men who have made our road to the future easier and brighter. Lvf! In riglltz Harold Smith. lfrrivst Barker, Elmo Crmrucly, Stanley BL'L'l'il'l'lllilIl. llurolcl Allin. Klux Bama llilffj' Bm-rry. Prwsillcrlf. Superintendent TALKING with the students and teachers, Robert H. Orr presents a familiar scene in the hall of Mt. Carmel High School. As Superintendent of Schools For District 348 many responsibilities and duties are placed upon his shoulders. It is his job to correlate the administrative problems between the Board of Education and the school. This year he initiated a program for curriculum development and improve- ment which will aid both students and teachers. Principal IN THE OFFICE of our principal, C. Bliss Talley, we find a man active and enthusi- astic over the future of the students. No matter how pressing his duties may be, he always finds the time to counsel or assist troubled students with their many problems. His constant reminder to all students is: "Play the game fair." Miss Nllcixoxxls Cuugsxxfxx, 1141111 Latin i4'rlr'l1r'r mul .vpmisur of flu' Fnrz'i,un Lllllgllllgl' Club. ix .s-lzmm' in.s-Iruvting har Claxs. XV. C. l3AYI,EY, Erigfixli ill-S'fl'UL'ftJl', is .vlmwn 11.5-si,Qnir1,Q .s-tucIcnt.s u Icssfm in their weekly En,f1Ii.sl1 nxuguzine. K1 Faculty TO THE STUDENTS, the teachers of Mt. Carmel High School are more than in- structors, they are friends. Not only do they assist the students in the classrooms, but they welcome after class chats. Our teachers sponsor vocational and academ- ic clubs. From these and other informal encounters around the school, both the students and the faculty form a spirit of fellowship which is, in reality, the school spirit. The teachers are always ready to help any individual student with sound advice and guidance. Constructive influ- ence which they exert make their friend- ship more valuable to each student. qw x XX G BAhLhH E Burt ngjzsh Xl 'lzmatzcs , ' A,,,.jrWf""'N 'W' il? c 4' . ,ff Q ff X' 1 ii? ,, yji - 1 we W .AMW M r .... . ? 1 ivy 'Qin S. Bi-gczx E. Crlrirgsxux Sz'ivm'f' Gizizlumv' Ulmrlzl lIi.s'tui'gf Ailivrirvlii llisimy XI. Lum Latin 5 I H 1 .1 If I LII . L, A V! QV in ,421 W 7 5 K fi!! .ia ,fm 2'- B um-xn A KIYC gives 1 3 A A A ' R ami 5 I an anefflote in English III cirisx almut Lin- 44 riunys fife. ,furx V' -Lsxmx lf, CIOLLIXS Hiixif' R. GA'l'l'lXVOOD Cmicflz l'l1y.s-i4'z1l Eduvrition XlHw Iu:1x Cum x uw! NIM. Umm Hxxxxx xl .xtu1lwnIs' www umlrr ilu' -NlII7llkHI'Xlliff flu' IJUII-X C 'Iul:. S Xl.l,N S'll'CKl.liH,LIfl't'.N17IHk4Vff1lI full lfl'!'fl fullfx during ,spr'1'1'f1 vfnss JAN ii., hnkw S X can ,X A P. Gmsox Metal Shop C ouch S. Coonrmin L. CQILLIEBI Spanish English Iflzys-iull Erluwutiml P. IIENAGEH B nsiness I. jomxsox English E. I l,'mm:s1 x' li nglish L. Cmsuscxxa Ilvulth Qs.,-,,. 'C' uf fs -M2740 X 1 X .s X .h,W fs... Speech C. IIASLQNMYI-gn Ilmncrmlking H usincss R. Iuvlx Agriculture AI. joux .Z -gg I'sy1'h0l0gy V Physical Eclucutirm , L N I". LAW'llliNCl:I fi 'V' Business If C. McLAum:m.1x Mathcinutics mfs f 15 ' 5 ,W4 X wx 1 x Wx, Ate-', Sturlmztx li.s-len and takz' notes during u rli.s'e'11.w.x-51:11 pvriml of flu: biology Clrlss. li. c:AMl'l51.Ll. mul li. LANllil'Ili'l' use a iublw .mfg muhilv u'urkin,u on tl lmillling prujcd. I. NIOOIKIC F. Puluclxs C. Ricans R. Rosa E. RUTI.EDCil:I Cl. SBIITH Lilzmriun Music Biology .Uuflzcnzuliznv Building Trrulvs I'fn,Lfli.s-11 13.0. Drirrr TI'l1illill,Lf H., ,ax 'vi my N 4999 D. Swim' C. B. 'lIx1,l.m' R. Trzxxl-is B. XVl1.sox li. XY1NK1.r:1x L. WISE Art Prinvipul Clzcnxistry llmrzczrzakiizgg Sc'i1'm'c' Iinglixlz IJl'fl'1'l' Training :xI,Lfl'IH'H PIIU-S'il'4S' N. SIIXLXHI .Xm1'1i'a1r1 llzxinry Iflllllfsll V, . rv " . M, . . 3, fuqaurf 3 ,,,.. fr- ' .. ,f '23 .V I I XY, XXX x l'l Sfwp gf: K, 'IQ ,D ix , . ' Lf g 51. 4... M-,H Q gig XI.XIi,lUHIl- KIM. sump lr'nrlwr'. r'lu'r'lw lfn' l'1',l1flf fmm IIIVHIIH 1' U' luv' ,LUHHI flIlI'fll,LI fzisfnrr vfrlu. ,f Ie, Sff1f!l'IlfN nf ilu plzyxirx 1111-NX rm' wugmurzf in lAfl'll'fI1U i'UI17l'1'l lwflrff N. 17 Office Staff THE OFFICES seem to be the heart of the school. Iobs never cease for Mrs. Louise Acree and Mrs. Mae Castle. Some of these jobs, such as collecting and recording absentees, answering the telephone, and sorting mail, are distributed among the office assistants. Left 10 riglzfz M. Baker, P. Lucas, L. Marx, Y. Fowler. Mrs. YVullar, Miss Moore, E. llumilton, J. Mowery, I. Hosignol, R. Xlitsnian, S. Brines. Library Staff ANOTHER IMPORTANT ROOM in our school is the library. Daily, the library is visited by students for the purpose of obtaining books for reference and entertainment. Miss Moore, the librarian, has charge of the organization of the library and coordinates it with the school program. COOKS -- left to right: flr.tct- Combs, Ruth Wallace. Dolict- Miller. xltliillll' Wright, Lillian Spond. Service Groups WORTHY OF MENTION are the cafeteria N workers, the custodians, and the bus drivers, the men and women who work behind the scenes. The excellent cooks in the lunchroom plan and prepare the fine, well-blanced meals s"" that the students eat everyday. The custodians keep Mt. Carmel High's buildings and grounds in a clean, well-kept condition: and, the bus drivers perform the very vital task of trans- porting students daily to and from school. A. CUSTODIANS - lvfi to right: Boh Rings- hury, YVilliiuns St-llulvr, Chris Allen, lima-ry Moore. llzlrvt-y Lynch, jc-ss Pt-null BUS DRIVERS - left to right: Chris Allen, Bob Kingsbury, Paul Ilvnnger, Elwood Burns, Leslie Xlilson, Malcolm Kight, Frank llcclin. Lonny Nlcriwctlicr, Leo Garrett, Scott Hcetlus, Bill Becker- mun, Sereno Spond. Qlflllllt - i :HY ' x CLASS OFFICERS - lvff to right: j. Emmons, Trc'zl.s111'c1'g D, Kvclcr, Vice Pl'L'.S'll1L'llfJ J. Turner, I'rL'si1Ivl1lg J. Funkhouser, Secretary. Graduates . . Class of 1957 WITH MINGLED FEELINGS of joy and sadness, we, the seniors, take a backward glance at our past years at Mt. Carmel High School. This glance reveals mo- ments of carefree fun along with those of added responsibility. These past four years have been filled with unforgettable friendships, careful guidance, training, and preparation for the future. There is a feeling of extreme accomplish- ment and happiness as we now approach the climax of our high school career. Yet mixed with this delight is a bit of sorrow- these pleasant days have passed much too quickly. With a flourish of caps and gowns as diplomas are received, and with upturned faces, we, the class of '57, look toward the future ready to accept its challenge. ,f 1 ? S - 1 fnW1'mfM i W 'lug In in DAVIS KI-IELI-Ili IJ.-xxls Ku31.1.11 1'1'prmm1l1'11 Illirwis in flu Nx'1'1oN,a1. XIu1z1'1' SC.llfJl..XHNHlI' Iixxn- 1x.'x'1'1ox by lL'fllllfIl,LI l11IHIII'S l11w1111111fl 11111111 fwu' jrfwvplr' in tl11 llllfillll. PATSY NIAHX A 1111111110 lljfllllL'I' frmn 1,10 Vs-wzior c'lf1s.s'. Pxr funk lmflz the D.XL'C-IITEIKS OF AMER- cuxx RLvo1.L"1'1ux AND Eucs LEADERSHIP ,-Xxx Arms. A 'WASH x'-SEZ -1555 AIIXI TLVRXEH :-lrrff lf SNW ., A For flu' x1'1'1111zl 1f1'11r II11' NIT. Cfxlulrjl. ,, j .15 MFA ,bn ,IL Num Clmxlzxkla or C11xIA1r11:fir1 pro- w11I1'1l 1111 1111f.s'!11111li11,Q ,s11'11i1w1' 111111 11'itl1 lla CII'I'IZliX5HII' Awxnlv. CLASS SPONSORS. lwft to right: NIH. S. BECK. Mxw li. xX11.5ox. and Blu. L. C.l1.1.lEx1. Graduates ny mvzziuzw' cl rrlnp u km':'uf'r llFlflt'I'Sf!llll1llI,Q of wwrll 1 :wmwlnp IH !lu 1 Snriul I'ml1l4'm.x' 1'I1l.s-wx. w 2 ilfezvxaf me 'a lik 3 IDAHHEI. XY. ABEL C :,m1.Es H. ALKA lkomzwr H. ALKA CZLEN S. A1.1.lmEm:E CIAHY D. .-XnN01.n ZELUA NIM: BAKER Rosa NIANIE BALON CARICFLE ANNE BARNLUND CUNNIE SUE BE.-kL'CHABiP DAm'1l.l, L. Bosutxrin LEE R. BOSECKER ROBERT E. BREWEN Sl'lllil.liY JEAN BMINES Cnlrlfcmlm H. Bnowx Wu.x,mM G, BHCXVN S .'1.x'l,x ELAINE BHUNSON llowfxnn E. BURTON Lxnmx' F. CASTLE jEnm' K. CI.lNE liolslcwr VI. CllI.liIlIlN Jw Q, MQW 4 fm 1 r 281' , Z K 'um 6 Q Ml?" KN V.. . , K 4'- an---f fm Vw-r Q,--.. N- Am 4, Nm--W QM,-f ,y , Jil Cx 3 M135 f mf 'Gill' ...,,,.-.wmv Q1 K'-wx ,.,,ww-we 1 'WH""?" I - xm-ff TREK :vw anprlw. ag, ,E T, - gal A "Min+" 4 xi a kbx . hw :,, all N rag. V, qlvqu 2 wife" a s .Ju Il :L CVT '15 . , 5. W., W 4 v v 9 .yr -Y .F 4, - I f ffm! rc 'l 5.5 r-- GAHY XV. Co1.1.iNs EI.1z.usu'l'H Ross lJAx.m'x1vl,1- HAM YINCQXINIA D1-gPL"1'x RICH.-SIU! XY. Duusxzu -I.-wx A. Exixmxs RIMA E1,1zAHx'rH Ewlxrn ROSALYNN KAY FELIJNIAN ETTA Yvoxxl-3 Fowuwzn UI.-miles L. FUNKIIOUSICIK XYUNIJA Lu: C1-zxxmrr IJOROTHY ANN CQLOUSEH P.A.Tmc:1.x CAx'1.1e Coolmax XVILBIA CENEx'lEw1 Ginn' 'l'ucmiAN A. Czllli.-X'l'li0L'SE JANE Lousu Gm-:LK Blu, R. Cnm:xl.r:.uf Lilo li. ll.u,mf, lJoN.xl.n Ii. Ii.u.r: RON.-x1.n H. H.Ax1.r: IJALE E. llA1.F.acin1g Tllescf girls finci iinze to zilLs1:lz.s'.9 the latest news at tlm top uf flu' stnzlium during their lunch period. l Graduates Finn' ,s-miiurx final ri quiet vurncr for listening to some nf tlicir frlumitc' Ili-Fi rccorciings. YQQJ , N .V F z i K 'rf' Wk U'l1ilr' X1llllUflI,Q l'l'Il-S'-Yl'lllII,illAQ a 'nl ' s tn, Q .Hung girls pruparzf for llzvir futurz' l7Ul'll- timm in 1110 A'l'f'l'l'fllfillI praf'Iir'c z'l11.s'.wL'.s'. Graduates ilu' luumun lmrly. llnlltll c'las.ws lmrr' fun nmqlvl nf Ilzz' Imfly nrgrnw. l',xn'1'HENlA MAUDLQ llAL1,,xM KI.-RRY KATHERINE II1-Lluxna jo ANN IIEIKSIIEY IIUWAHD K. Hass joux R. ll1I,1.YAmm liumglrl L. HlNIJl'1lKl.l'l'1'.lK Gwux Nirinrgnrru Ilosluxsox SHIIKLEX' D. lKLLEHAll'I' Tmmfxs -I. jfxczxsow Slunmzx jzfxx JOHNS jmxzrg Ass jomgs NANCY SUE jumps llnls. E, Klililllill Cvnvs II, KEN!-Ill'l' Mmm' D01 Y Krzxxmm XVILLIAXI J. Klllivvl-:lx XVILNIA S. Kl.mNsL:u:x1m'r L. EDXYAHIJ KNUS1' M.uxr:,uirg'1' L. Roux PIn'l.1.ls Y. Lmaow 92' .,, 1-lun VN '95 f Q,-F Z 7 f" 2 Ajwzyf ff fr! 4 7' xl f ,W 42 QW' ,Q-I naw' f'.3'u'5'! .A flwii -.r-5' f I , df' Quasar'- If! 6' EJ , If Aw, 9 M55 Hy f nga..-. "L, Homgm H. L.-xxx Nm..-x CIIHHSTIXE I,Axsmm'x H.u'xmxn L. LAT1lAx1 Dfxxxx' L. Lrzuin LL'CIll.l.E A. I,r3ivo1,n C..-xuom ANKLICIAN l.lNXNX'lI.lill Rfxlyll A. Ll'l'Hl'lHl.ANl7 JACK L. Lmzl-cl-1 CA1xom'N K.-xx' LL'r:,xs LINDA KAY SICIJANIEI. -In-:lun L. NI42K.n' IJOYXA Lui Nl,xl.riul.xl Ilowmm D. X1.KHliI0'lA'I' KFNNICTII R. Nl.xn'rlx l7.'Yl'IilKIl.-X NfAlilli Xluxx IS.-u:n.xu..x ANN xllill-IN Cmumox E. xllillili EVA Inrgxrz Nlr.nrr'1' NI.-un' ELLEN NIl1.1.r3n P1-jrcm' L. Slocum' Trigmxmnclry prnuizies U mcritui disci- pline' for ir1Ic're.st1'c1 and culnlbie .s'fl1clcnfs'. Graduates l,unr'i1 firm' p1':'.s1'11!.s- un nppn1't1n1ity In ivan s-rimui c'un'.s' lnriziml for Il fmt' Nlilllli! .- Lunch time is un vugc rly IllL'llifl'f1 pvriocl fur flu' vt u al v n t s. Graduates llurcl uf lunrk. llzcsc' lfnglislz IV .stuclcnfs uri' mn u'urkin,Q on flIl'fI' daily 11.s'.wig1r1n1c'r1t. va Hlczlmlm I. Moucmx llAmum"r Imaxrz Momus XVAYNI-I K. Nlonms j.-xxrrr LUc:n.x.u NIONVEHX Buxjfxxllx L. N1-lam' jmck: Faux NEIKINK Nlrllxrox I. NEWMAN Prcsczx Cnow NONNIAN Dux j. PARMLH DAm.r:xA J. PEACH XY11.l.1.aM K. PEACH Pln'1.l.ls CAM. Prixnon f:l'Ill'l'HL'Dl-I I'r:mu' jo ANN l'1-:ngus Drzxxls j. Plum Llxxm Axxrg Plrxncu CllliIS'I'UI'lll'Ili Nl. QJUICK HljlJ0l.l'll R. lhmin AlL'llI'l'll C.x1.r, Hfxxm' C,ll.xzzl.l':s IL. lhinrnx ?N-at AM? A 45- y -W if W ar' -qyflwwv VV Z. 1 fain-v1 Cf"'!7 Af ,W 4 f .5 , 7 ,, W h WW' ?f,T.?1m Ima 57-., ,W with 'ww ,gvwww fv- tb.-.M ? naw' M- Mt' I, gms ,I ,-I ig, 'ww HW' 'tx -ws H' 'Ill' Pli g 'Www 'W"..::"-rev' -an-154 Q f libel ',QfL'f1 ig? JUDITH KAY Ruhuvqs 115 rig I. Emxium ROUINSON Ku' LYNN HO':KHi1.1, JOHY L. ROsmNOL l"nEuEmc:1-c A. RUTH Y puns E. SANDT-:ns Tarun' D. SAm'un NI. K1-:NTON Sczulin HAROLD ll. SEIBEIIT JAMES 1. SBIITH NANCY ANN15 SBIITH ROBEIKT E. SOLOMON ROBERT XV. S'I'EI'HEY5 VERNON R. STI-IPIILXS IVAN R. STEWART C1.Om.-xNN.x STILl.XYEl.l, P.xT'rx' FM' T'x1.l.u' BILLT QIOT: 'lIn'1.On NURNIXN L. Tutu:-3n1.,xKr: liumgcx iA JANE Tomi my Social Prnbicnzs and Sf'llUIll8fff' time again 12rin,L5.s' on an illfl'l'C-S'fflI,Qf f1i,s-1-114-,s-imi uf the zcorld news, Graduates "This is fill!-?i'JU Oli, well, tlzcgfrc Ieflrrzing. s.., MW! i fa gf ?w sw 35? Al!"'j'3 ,fi-sv 'GPN-4 if IWW! Y ju! L. TURNER PATRICIA SUE X Eu-IMAX LAHM XX. N mL MW' EVELYN JEXVI-IL XVACI-Is JULIA C. XYACEN DELUHES HEL1-:NE XYALLACE KIAHYLIN LEE xVALLAH MARY LEE XVARD CECIL H. XYILKINSON DONNA L. XVILKINSON R1c:nA-um J. XVILLIABIS ALMA SUE VVIMP . f Eff Q0 U' 'A Music lime with CARY POLAND llf 11112 pimm. His audience is, Ivft tn right: JINI SANDERS, Mfxm' DPQl'U'I4X and GLEN ALLDHEDQQE. W juunu ANN XYoous 2, G r a J u a t e s PEGGY LOIKENE XVUUUS LUc:11,LE ZIMMENMAN The lockers .sewn In ln' ll 1'r'ry pnpzxlur' plzzw fm' tf1'lx and the Iatcst zwwvs. Class of 1958 HAVING at last acquired the distin- guished title of upperclassrnen, the Iuniors, under the leadership of their class officers, worked hard to raise funds for their activities, by working at football games and the selling of magazines . CLASS OFFICERS - Left to right: F. Chap- man, Treasurcrq C, King, Serrvtzzryq B. Orr, I'rr'.s4ill1'nl. NKANQA COXVLINK. Juim Cox LYNN CHUM ROBERT CUININIINKJIIABI KLAALTH Dhlhllhlt DAN DEVV1'r'r BARBARA IJUNKI-IL DAXIIJ lil,l.I0ll CHAIKLOTTE FESLER ll0VVAliD FILLDS 5liIHLhX l ISLHFII GALE Flsargn JABILS Fllcxi CuAuLoT1L I ommix CAROLYN ClXltllF'l'T DAN Gum: Lfxmn f1ll.L FRANKLIN GOLDMAN Sox1mA GOLDBIAN BAISEL Coonsoix SLL Gouum CHARLOT'I'li clliFENF GhNhLL GIILYBB NLLIS llAl,l. nw-5. v.,,,,t 'Jil' W 5,6 x if H f , ., Q, ' fy ff!! ' "iv , ' 1 1 F , ',.,,,,,q?,,,'fH V.. ,, wmv, w ggi A ww,-f 1 ff z 4 , ' 'Y 'I 5 f ,ffgrw , 1 f lf' ,Qt Q ' 1 Ll v my , 2, . J ...R 11' 1 wx Q rn" 2: Z Llxlm All-lX.XNIJ1f.H SLT ,-Xxxrixxm,-xxn Iluix Anim liIf,H,-ml: BAHQD NUCIIAEI. BAHE SHIIQLU' Bruin LINDA B,am.ET1 KxTm5H1NE BLA: .-XLLEN Brick II.1,m'Ex' BELL LA RUE BENNUT JOSEPH BEHBLHICH Hux1.xN.a Baum' Cmus B051-:c,KrLn lJr,1,m:u'l' Bmx lima:-1n'l' Bums x XYIIAIA Bmmx Xonxm liumlx N1-Lvx Brmux Lula Cmucv F-Urn Cxsrg FLo1uiNr:15 Crifwxixv ELIZABETH CLAMX PHYLLIS CCJAI.E MICHAEL. COIRNICR AI.1r31f: COUCH Coxxug CULCI1 -67' My f v -1 I 'KJ K ea, Juniors . . . . . . . The Iuniors, with the help and guidance of their sponsors. successfully carried out their plans for the Iunior- Senior Prom, making it one of the high- lights of the school year . . KQ WWW Q-.JP xQi 3' CLASS SPONSORS - Loft In ri,ul1t: Mr. C. Higgsg F. Clmpman, Class Trcn.v11rc'rg Miss C. Ilalsa-1111151-rg Mr. E. Hutlcdgv. 1" LANNY Loclu-3 Diuum LUCAS P1n'1,1.1s Luczixs Rox' MCGL'mE ROBERT NIc,XX1l.11i-nn NELDA MAIIJLOW R0m4.nT MAj0ns LINDA MARX Mmzjoluu MAY ROBEHT NIEIER jmm. M11.Lr.n BEVERLY MOBLEY NOEL Mcmms BAuH,mA Moxhn BAIQBAIH NEI-QLX' Blu. Om: Roakhalxrx OSTLIiBI.,XN STEPHEN PARTEE A1.ExA PEHRX M1c:u,xE1. Pl-ITE!! PEc:c:x' PHEBUS KATHRYN POHL 'Va- ar A....f f?I.'K f 1 ,M ,rw wavy- grfg VW , I 1- 3 IZA x H XXIII 'mx A A' Vlfm-QIIIIINIL IIAIasaI3I.I. MA VV LAHHX HAWI-' f 5 ' LINDA II.-XYL1' 0 RORIQRT IIILTUS Gmxx Iilcvnlxsox jog IIQRATH Axx Ilowla XQEHB.-XL HL'I.I-AAf,IIoR yn vvA,. I n I A6 in AWAY! , -.. Rox Iltwm-gRIfoi:1J LINDA IIUNT Ton INKIRANI NIAHION jAxILs jrmx jouxs.fIx IANI. ,loxn S'l'ANl.l'lX lov-Ls S.-XNIJIK,-X KI-.I-.xxx cj.-XIII. lil-:I-Ifu EL'r.I,NI-3 Kuivlgs Rum' KIIQHT BARBARA KINL KENXIQTII KL.kllNS!.llBIllJ'I' IYAXCY Ktxxucuxa EDXVAHD 14.-XBIBI-LIU' RICHARD LATIIAAI jAx1c:1g LAwRIgxcI5 -IAxII5s LITHERLANIJ if M2 viva' '1 fi." dsx if .. .-"., aye Y wa " 'S mi 'QI' fy. r" J iv ff f Iv' Juniors . . . . . . . As the busy year draws to a close, the Iuniors turn their faces to- ward the coming year in preparation for the even busier year which is to follow. SI11f11'11tx fS'fl'll,LI,LfIl' lu 111111- pusv ll fl1l'7IIf' for Ifn,QIi.sl1. ,ls 409 A11z1c1,1,x Smmxn j..xx1f:'1' S'1ux1.1.1Nc:s S.-x1.1,'1 b'11:c:K1.1511 B111.tx1m Srum LLIL,-kbhTH b1o1.1L Il15111s1:11T S1'111c:1c1.1x CA1zou'x S'1'11oc:1ua1x1: NIAHY jo b'r11U111.1: T1-.nm Surrox Sfulxotx S1H.11ar.11T ROI!!-Il!'lA 'l'1-:xmas XX Axlm 'l 11:14 lI1'.1.1':x l1x1111g111.1-xm: I Al 1. I'0Uc.,u1 Ilus U'r1.Ex 'FIIOBIAS VA1.14z JOAN VAN1x1:x'1-111 RON XVA1.KE11 XY.-nxu XY15111 Axw KX r:1s15x1s1-g11c:1z11 B11.1.11-1 XX ELLS C,11,x1z1.1-.s NX H11 11f.x C.XlllJl. NX 11.1x1xso1x. lJ1:1.o11A XY11.1.1,m1s IANET XY11.1.1,xx1s Rosa Axx NX1'1'sx1,xx bLs.A.x XX 01111 at 4 , , , . , , ,Z iw ' f 'vzjg ' 1 M 4 Jw. , ff' , QW, 'E "' QL M if Wa ' -9 I ,i 7 f If 94, ZF ., L' 4a, ,A,,, , 42' if wif 'Q f NT its' 5 ,I XNll'li Rmirin HILII,-klill Hmm 1: B11.1.u-3 Iirzu, jrlssl-L lil-Qlfgu-,N jx-gum' Iixcu -IAw3'r linm, Ibxnm' Hum. EIJXA Hinos llrilnmri Hmsrxsox , 'wi f ff DON R omxsox vvlf PRED HOIXLEIRS 55' 277, J v V - Q, Joi-lx RLTTILH Z' BIANY Iz1,l.14N Sxwxlzn , 1 . , , Emu: Sc IINIIIJT 'Y 1 f:.Xlil. Smmx.-xxmx V my l'.xl'1, Sx.x1.s Wlff gg- 'I C,.uu:m.1, Slzllil-,HI ff?" V, Suxnox SICIHI-QIi'l lm Sl'l'L'I,XAlJU cj.Xl.YIN Sm'nm.lm , lilfzumum Su.-uv K' "Q Eusrgxu SHITIR-Xlill V DUN SIYKLICIK ZW K ' Lmxm' Sums ., ,y K , LAmn' Sxirm 2 THOMAS Sxrrru 5 2 HIUIII Sxmrtx a.,,,. 1" ft 1- A I , V Of 'C .5--3, I. -- NN' 'ttf :Q ' in H? x ' 1' v ., W Y -A ' F, . A. I' M? 'sw f- ' T Q 'Jr 0 r , , 4, ,V v- V. --1-"f Q , ,, 5 gi-. "" , " ' HM 1? , WHJ' y .I. ' . Q . . "x " f ' 1 'wo Q --,.,. 1- ty 43 jun AIAIAIJHI-lX.ll M . l'nsx1cnl.x A1.x.1ix l,UL'lSl'. A111-.x li.-xxmx,x A-X1.1.r3x T. Duxxfx :XRNOLIJ ,gy 21' l10xAx1.l: Asum Nl Ax: X1-3 Bilxlfli ,I.xxxc'zi li,x1,ox in , E l',IJI1lli lhlxlc If if lhcxwxs lixuxriu l'1n'l,l,lm B1 xxx-3'1"1' XYINXII-I Bl-Lnmiluul ,,. .V Aloxmc Bl'lliliY wb K B.Xlili,'Xli.X Bl!-IHI. 43:--f l'nx1.1.ls Bxsum' 'l'rimn Bosuikrin Dm ID BliABIl.li'lk K 4 g' .,....,. ...-.. .... ..., , ' ' ' f Sl'Slli Bmmal-is K " y LAIKIKX linlmzm IC1.1u4Ali'l' l3mms'1'r1n 4. 1. ,,' . A S ""' 'I'n-.lun l5uos'1r,n ' ,, ' ' ' C.xmu.xN Bmmwx 'GW' i , Alu l':l.l.,X Bmmwx vll'.XXl'I'.X Bnowx A if Mwgf . 'fz' XYILBL n Bnmvx 5 I RL -lun HL'mufu. 'XX W Q- Q-9 fl Q ,Q-f' ' x ,kv ff' 1 'S-Q1 "EI" .en- dl' ,-N.. Z? 74 . , 41 3 fa 4 ,fs ox K ' ,WW 's 'KJ4 5 gl Class of 1959 AMONG THE ATTRIBUTES of the Sophomores are included many honors in sports, music, and scholastic activi- ties. While striving to attain these goals, members of the class have developed many qualities pointing to- ward maturity. CLASS OFFICERS - Left ln right: Judy lfruxikiiix, Sccrctaryg Larry Conmdy, Trcfusurerg Duvirl Compton, Prcsirlcnlg DO11 Funkhouser, Vice-Presirlcrzt. SHIRLEY BURTON 'ii CLAUOIA CASTELO JIJDITH Cornm. LYNN CO1.i:5i.aN ID.-XYID COMPTON Lfxmn' Coxlum' joxfi. CUOBILR juun' Cox JOHNNY Cnmcziiu IJAHLINE CHOBIAN DONNA Chow SANDRA CL'l,N'k.ll PAT CL'NN1Nc.n,-nl CAM. IJ.xx'1s Nlifixx D,xx'ls Minus lJl'Il"FI'1NI?.Xl,l. Du.-xNla IJ:-:isnicu ROY IJll,I,AIKD Dwirairl' l3OL'rai.,xs JINI IDOLTQL.-XS Banu DLNCUXN Buixxlm DlNhhl. IO ANN DUNKEI. BILL EAKIN CAHOLXN I,l.m,n QIEOIN-li l'iXY.Xl,lJ ki-JT11 l'icl.m1,xN ,, 4 ,,,,jWL, W 9 r 3' Y , 4 '1 1 1x l"1x1 ll 111.11 l41sc'111-.11 l'11x 1' 1 l1s111411 C.1'11'1'1s I'11o111 Ill'111 I'-Ii 1x141,1x Dux lfl 1.111101 M-111 ,lx C'-7 1.-6 si' Y1: KI Cl,11111111c1. Xl111c,11111c'1' C11111111.11z'1' H1715 c:0l'l,D 1111 ll 11111 ll.'11.1c Icmx Il.111111s S1 N 1x ll.111111s XI114113 Il.Xli'lg 1 Nl.1111 SPI-l II1-L.1'1'1c11 F .l1x1c1' lllii :Q X'1c11xoN IIENZ1: -luxw llrixsox NI1141: lI1f111x4. ,V .,.. lf I' '11 111 I l1.11x11111-.111.1-,11 111111111 ll11.1.1'.,11111 QPQI 1 1111x111 S111 llo1:xc:1-'11.1-,11 x I:1x1.1 llcvrxlxra "1 'A,b SIIfl.l..X lI111.1m1-31111111.11 im K 1111-N llc11.'rxc31..-111 .I1-111111111 II011c:111xs Ii11.1. Ilummx S11.111111.1-.xlc Il1'1.1, if Q-nr -Q' 'WM' 'CV' JH 'WMS V1 K '27 11 wi Ml! Cb. if .4 am -553 195 ,.....f .f-.4 Q, 'w--fr gienlh Q-,rj Aw ,,,.. ,M-ff 'xx 1 'AO' 5 An. 'll .1-fr 'rd' qw fpgvv Q-'er if .:.- . X I i If mmfil, f 4 I 'af' I H C A . Q A R 'fi X 1. ' W 'fx' . A N. W " V A 1 L, rf 1 My , - Q ' lr., 7 k X5-V., if l3.x1mAn.x lIL'Nr:15nr'o1m Xlimu llL'N'l' HVTH ANN j.xx1r1s lllI,IJ.'k jrixiuxs Axxr1'r'I'r3 KI-QNIVIAQH Rxwxloxlm Kwilflfl-in Sulfgllia KIIQFHQH Sul-inm' Klxr, lJIXlli KIHPXXI xx l'1c'rEn Roms Sxxuu Kun. Blu. l'QL'NNl-LUKE K, Nl I..-KYl.l-Q Linux' lhxxxlfmmlm l,1xlz,x Liium llluxczris l,IlJIJl.l-, l4m,n I,lXXXXlI.l-.ll Dhxvs l.4m'1Q KI-1NXl'I'lll Nlczklu' Bm menu NlcX1gxx f"' dl , ' l'.l.l..'K Xluxnrgx' -, 1 ,417 1, xxmu Nl.xn'rlx Xlkllll-1 Nl xsux IL llllll Xlxxl- lu xr l5.xlus.xu.x XlIl.l.lill Suu Xl11.l,s1 ,xi 1.11 sophomores THE SPONSORS of our class, Mrs. Beck and Miss Goodfred have token their responsibilities seriously, ond have guided our class toward its highest goals. The Sophomore class salutes them. CLASS SPONSORS - l.r'f1 lu l'i,!!lfZ Nlrs. E. Beck zmcl Miss S, Cluucllre-cl. Rrm N1OllllIS TOMMY MowA'rT ANNE NEXVKIRK -IOHN EYEXVKIHK fJllVll,Ll'I Nw: Rvrn ANN Omcx JUDY f,T'I'0 'I'1H:1mx' l'Alx:r3'1"r Ex'u1.x'x PAYNE Ton Pfxyxu Emma PEACII SHARON PENHOD SANDRA l'r:11m' DON l'14:'rr:usox jmlrzs PlllI.I.ll'S JANET Po'1'rs jr:ANr:'r'1'1g Pmczu CAHULYN RANKIN SANDRA REEL JANICE REISINCER Awruun RICE joux Rlmcxs jum' R1s1,m' Flmxcils 110511-NUI, Bohm' SA1.1Qs lIAno1,n S,xxIPm0N IIAHOLD SKIIIOXOBIAN i pq - ,sw-: - -9 'YU' . E is Fw Q ., .. ,. 597 ,, wa 'F 9 3 3 '1 ea 0 ,,,.ff, 1 1 , W in RUTH bums C1 AUIJIX 5lM.r,1x jsxcxx Srxcux JUNE SBIOCK CARY SPHAY ANN STEXVAHT JOHN Srrxsox BETTY STOLTZ Su:m.15x' ST0NEBE11r:E1x C2x.uTc:.r1eN T.n'1,cm SIHIIIIIJ-IY 'I',n'1.0n SANDY 'I'Enm' Tom 'l'rmP1f Lx'mA VTIQOLUI' .IEIKNY KAYE 'I'L'nNx. ESTHEN XV.um1.x Lzxnx XXI-x1.'r15n S.1.1.1.x' XYHITE Xm'rg1.1.A XY1l.1.1AMs -IANICLL XYOOIJS XI'xuf'lri XYout1s H01 XYOOUXVAIID IDIS.-XII Xvlllfilfl' Ilxxxx Yorxrg sophomores During our Sophomore year, the reali- zation of the responsibilities of an upperclcrssman have taken form. As we look toward the future, we shall prepare ourselves to accept these re- sponsibilities. An interesting bulletin lmarcl display in Mn BECK,S room causes tlzcse students' to pause. .......--aH-- J Class of 1960 "WON'T SOMEONE please help me?" Was the plaintive cry of the freshmen during their first bewildering days of books, halls, and teachers. It was not too long before each was becoming accustomed to the daily routines . . . CLASS OFFICERS - Lvft to right: Phyllis Eggcbrccltt, PH'-Yil1L'llfj Bonita Deputy, Secre- tary: Don Brown, Vive-Pre.s-iflerifg Jim Brown. Trwzsurer. if Jhltid DAQLEY JUHN IDANIEI. CIEORGE DAX'IS ROBERT DEISHEIK BQNITA DEPUTY BILL DOANE PAUL DossETT EUGENE DUNN JANIES EATON PIII LLIs Ec,c.EBRLc.II1 AMY EWING CIHAHLES FISCHER GERALD FISCHER KITTY FRICK JERRY FULLER LEONA FULLER RICHARD CARRLTT DARRELL CQEHRET BILL CwO0DS01N JEROBIE GOUGH JOHN COULD LINIJA GRAY ROGER GHAX' SHIRLEY GXREEK JIAI GSIYN BILL IIACKLER CLARA BIAY HALL YI' r 'V' Q1 gn- Q- -. A -.. 1, -V ,- 4. - Lx if Of ' 1 .y A it -tT""" nf 3 ld 4' In M ff -yn. nh., ,gi f A Q -I ' A za. V '.2 X b . A X ' w A 7 2 5, - f 'Gm ma- . ,..f'.,,Hz f y cf' Q""'f 5 v ff ,au 1 1, V . V . V, Hx x xmxn .'xI.I.l',X flhv: ANN xnsnuxn f.,XHIJl. Am 'IJ-,IA If-,nm Asum H11 1. B u.ur.1.1. C,r,x1-3 H'klI,l'X JN BAHH7 .V w H.xnn1r.n X 41 :V I4 fy 4 Xx 0 1 7' Sl , 's xx lil-.AL 'Q C xnumx lil-:Ama I-.xHm BLAIGIJ ' ' HELEN Bl-QNNITT L 3 Nhm' BEHBLHICH " V W E1.1z.mr'm Blum I ':b'7 Km Brmxj-3 ' . I'-l!.XXf ix Bon-,r min X f wIUXf,l'1 Iimjxu-,n I Dux Bmmx IH Iimmx Kim linmvx 7 Q- Lmm lilumvx I..xmn Hrxn- Q I f limu-,lrr BVIVIUN , Ii.xn1s.xlu C,-x1.x1-1u1.Y A A Hlcilmlm C.-kSIl'Hl'1lAIA A I' f Sfxxlnu C.ulv1sr:1.1 , ,,-, 5 l'.ui1..x CT.-XH'I'l-Ili ,lu lfTT.x CH.-WAIAN livru f:l.AliK ' Sm: Cluxmc 5 ' K,YI'lII-.MINI-l C1,14:Am Duxxx C1 I-LNI is Y ,-I lJ.xI.1.,xs CTLINI-I lu-1xxr3'1'l1 C01.l.xNs 47 , ,, fu.. .,...., nl"I'lI Cox Al 1-Llflflcnx' CMUMP 'Ni Ti we 45 'Q . Q i .I 5 . v V ? . I.. 1 r , 'i Fl'CSl'lmCl1 . . . . Through their counselling cmd guidance, the sponsors helped the freshmen to attain their place in the whirlwind of activities. One of the class accomplishments Was the float which they entered in the Homecoming Parade . . . CLASS SPONSORS -- Loft to right: hlll. Rosh: and xlll, CoLLINs, DUN I..l'.Af.I'I HOUNHI' LIQAQII JANET LINDSTBUBI KAY LITIIERLAND CLEO LOFTON RAYMOND MCCARI Enmr. BlC,Cl,ANl, NIAIIIE xlCTCl,ANl'I lloislclrl' Mc:CoRMlr:I4 SHARON M,xjoRs lj.-XVIII NLXLCIOLBI joxcg hlARRIOT'I' LEON lNlERR1EL XIORRIS BIILLER IEHRY NIOORE LARHX NIOOHL HON Mount: 'I'r:Iu MoRc:,xN IRIIIIINLRI NIOIKLAN lDl'Il.0lihIS NlOlilUS RUTII Nl0RRIS MI-:LBA Mowrsux' ROBERT XlOYEli JOHN XLIIXIRIX LINDA NELSON -ll-IRIN' lYl-IXYKIIIK li.-xxm' NIMQWRIIIK 1 -v KJ -p.. Y" 'Y' H, vv., ' fro, A ,A . l una' ff ' 1 v V u so , 1 v Q -,, ' " W., Cf? 'W me '4 14 ' V , Aj , f 3 ', ,, Q.,-4: 5 9, , ' . K I I A M A I E A. Mn 4 74,4 4 V A ww 14: X ,K 0, , J., A K A , gf Z 5' L V ,Vi V" f we-' "k.r"'!f x ,g Y-2-ws" vt- lr1x1llvxl,1,.xxI lir.N.x llmu mf 'S ,lux VIIQAXE lllnxs , DAN Hlrtlu I Xxxcgx ,E V BILL H, . A LI 4 , 4 L, .,,,, KEN KAREN KAN! CHAm.1-is ,Y fa 7-' . 1 ' - 3 x l 5,5 V 'V H ' 4, "','f'?5'. 'fig' Qffb ,gf T' ' O Ty 1 , V f O Z, W - , ,,f24gx.. x V ' Y f-W . 'IT DX KEN H.-xmus mxxr Es Him.: uw. Hr I.Nl JISLIVI Ili-.Num c:'Hil,l-.Xl-I Ilrjxsn-.x I.INIJl'I.l. Ilmuxf, Ximumx Hhs HL'ssf:1.1. lllcamxs lifll-'I x' Ilo1.1.1-Lx NIJ.-X II01.1.EN SUE I1u1.'r5fi1.Au' CAM' Ilcmium HIFIIAHIJ llL'l-'l- 5'1L'nxr.xx llL'r.uEx' C1 xvruw ILE I .X'I"l'X lxuxmxl Cl.r3Nn,x j.-xc xsux jfxrzxsux Sinus vlmlxsux L.xnm -lux:-is Nfxwm juxn-Qs BONNIE jones Xl.-KIND,-Xlllfl' KEEPE5 KENxA1m IDA LOU KIEEEEN STEPHEN KIEI-'EEN ERNEST KISIBIEL ALBERT KLEINSKZHKIIIYI Toxx Kuxc fll-Qli'I'RL'DE Kxrsl' 1 ' ' .mf f ,g ln E -v , X 1 Q 1 ij! Q I if L v x FI'CSI'ImCl'l . . . . As the year progressed they ceased to be amazed by the strange happenings and they became part of the team at Mt. Carmel High working to achieve an education, the greatest of all awards. Xin. Rusk: putivntly ill.vtrl1L't.s' the .s-tuclcnts in unc' flu' tlzrvz' Rs, ,l'iflIlllL'fil'. 4? vii-1.12 1 i r 1 ' M 'PY 'WET XI xulmx S'1'nocxB1Nu KIQITII 'IIx1.1,m' Duxa 'l',n'l.0R jAxr3'r Tuxxrs Krzrru Tarun' Br:A'1'mc1g 'l'1xI1srinL.xKlc CZHACE U'rI.m' Bl-:uyx VAX LUIC Rlrrlulum XX'Al.xr5n l- Ii xxmil-is NX .xl.1.,xu -I.-XNIE5 xYIiI.l.lCliBl.XN Ci.,m,xc:14N,x XVu.1.s Allxlxlx' VVELLS Blu. XVI-IE.-X'I'fTliUl"T Svxxlmlu XYl11'r15H15An NORMAN NYU.: ox SAxlm,x XYILSON Slunox XX'l1,soN juzlx XYOUIJ -Imrtu XVoon limxloxiz XVOOD Cumcsrz XVR1c11'r Nlixnjolus XYmc:11'1' IJEONNA XYx'A'rT Nonxm Y,xmw.0u:ll Xmmxll Yurxcz Dios Yorxczxl.-xx '65 JF 3- , , 'cy ai? 4 1 'W' l ,v 'X fa-K' ? ,. ,M 4 ,W , ,ah 9 3 ' .5 . .f"'wf A-pw g is-sf 'A 1.2 Ld , 5 ,. E' M 'af ,I f ,S wg. 9 ' ,gi , 14.3 N7 fb - .,., ' f 4' i M 'g W" 'uf ' Lp, W , . Q IQ! li Y I, .- y I . v + f apxff, ,f ,, 1 f f WMP? 2 4 2 'I iff' Sibylline Staff GREAT EFFORT was expended by the members of the Sibylline Staff in their attempt to have this year's annual ready for distribution by the middle of May. Due to the limited time before the book had to be sent to press, hard work became the decisive factor in the success of the annual. Many decisions had to be made and much time and thought went into each one. A cover design had to be selected, color scheme chosen, and page lay-outs arranged. I fo right: j. lfmnklin, NI. Xvilfil, Cl. lloskinsmx, Xl. Curuick. L. Dulrymplv, C. Boscvker. S. jones, S. Could. B. Nl:-it-r. l'. Yi-ilunun. ,Q 3 x ?i , , , 3 3 5 DDQ. THOUGH THE STAFF was constantly busy, there was still much work to be completed. Pictures had to be taken, subscriptions and patronage sold, the unending copy written, cmd picture identifications made. Still, aside from all this, the members volunteered their tlme to help with the extra activities of the club. Some of these were: the election of a Sazketball Queen, operating game concessions, thc' tutes fm' lI!l4Xkt'fl21IH Illlt'f'It Left fu right: X. AIHIIVNI XI Xlltller. B14,s'i11t'.s-x .llunzfgwzg lt Huber, Art Eclitnrg X, Stvwnrt Az1t'i,s'urg L. Dnlrymplt-. Ifflitm in-Clzicf. and decorating a homecoming float. This year, for the first time, the cover for the Sibylline was designed by a member of Mt. Carmel High School. A senior, Ruby Raber, drew and sub- mitted sketches for the cover in competition with professional designs. From these, the staff selected Rudy's design to be on the cover of the 1957 annual. As the last page of the Sibylline was packaged and rnailed, a sigh of relief engulfed the Sibylline Staff. .Vwrzbers 117 flu' .stuff Iulmlfzlf ts if 52 fi mug, ,I lfrr In riplzfg S. Xlillspuuglt. C. Cnstclo. S. 'llorry D. xxvflgllt. Luft In riglllg lf. clllilplllklll. NY. Cowling. Xl. Huy. Y. lllll l Xtatllur. X. Hutt. S. NYhitt-. S. Bxitluvs Xl. llt-att-r. tltcltur. A. XYs'ist-ttlmt-rga-r. ll. Berry. -I. NYilli.um. B. XY4-lls 5 Ol"l"lCERS - Lcft fu right: D. XYilliums. SL'l'!'l'fIlI'llg E. Cheesmun, Sponsurg N. Smith, President, B. Orr, Treusurcrg K. Schuh, Vice- Prcnsidcnt. Seated, left fu right: K. Botlle. K. Frick, S. Smith. C. Kennurcl, B. Cunningham, VVillizmis, S. Could, S. Ste-cklvr, B. Solomon, V. Gehrct, J. Turner. C. Alkii, I. Emmons, D. Compton, S. Millspilugh, L. Le-L-dy, A, Kemper, S. Whitt-. B. llunge-rford. Stuncling, Miss Chr-vsnmn. Spmisor, D. xVllllt1IllS. B. Orr. N. Smith, K. Schuh. inep- OUR LOCAL STUDENT COUNCIL is just one of the many in the national organization. A group oi boys and girls, elected by and repre- senting all four classes of Mt. Carmel High School, compose this group. Their chief pur- pose is the creating and maintaining of a better understanding between the faculty and Stude the students. Under the sponsorship of Miss Elizabeth Cheesman and led adeptly by the President, Nancy Smith, the club has brought to a climax its tenth successful year, ct year packed to the brim with activities. Some activities undertaken by the Council nt S,xl,1.Y Xx'Ill'I'li and Dux Homxsox 1JI!li'L' pr'n1'i1,s' in flu' rIi.sp1'11.s'm' in flu' front rorrirlnr tn nice! .s'tuzlz'nI,s" nUc'fl.s. Suu CQOULIJ. JACK ENINIONS. STUL Sxrrrii. and KITTY FRICK Clzcck smne of flu' nmi' rz'r'nr11in,Q.s- rm the julie-box. DAYIIJ Coxufrox and SAN.-x NIll.I.SPAL'f,ll, :Ulm will uc! as Lflfillcx, c'l1L'r'1: tlwir pmgrums for Cullnur' xwiifllf. Council were: the sponsoring of homecoming festivities, elections, coke and pencil machines, cmd the puchasing of a new juke-box for the entertain- ment of the students. Projects were completed for the benefit of the community as well. A March of Dimes Drive was conducted by a , 7 . . :B .-,, -1.rf::,v' - B , 4, Q, contest held among the classes and collections made at two ball games. At Christmas, distri- bution of canned goods collected from students was made among the needy families of the community. In addition, the proceeds of a sock-hop went to the Hungarian Belief Fund. 1 i i The .strulmzts Ill-9L'llS.S'illgf curious fL'l!l'lll'f.Y, r'oUc'gc.s- in Illinois ure, left to right: Liz Dulryniplc, Delores Vlialllacu, Put Marx and Jim FllI1lil10llS0l'. First row, left to right: XV. Cowling, M. VVallur, D. Peach, P. Norman, M. Sawyer, J. Reedus, C. VVilkinson, R. xVltS1llllIl, S. Jamison, S. Gould, j. NVilliums. Second row: P. Hull, N. Nlllifllflw, P- LUCHS. K- Ewing, C- LiHXWilf'f, L- All'X1l11d9f. C. Gooden, P. Penrod, E. Mcritt, I. Mowcry, S. Bare, B. Dunkel. Third row: L. Dalryinple, P. Veihnian, I. Neikirlc, L. McDaniel, V. Cc-liret, N. jones, B. Meier, I. Haber, A. Spond. -I. Vl'oocls, P. Talley, I. Riga, S. Stccklcr, B. Heel, Mrs. McLaughlin, Sponsor. Fourllz row: B. Solomon, L. Virc, I. Fitch, K. Schuh, I. Turner, H. Seibcrt, XY. Morris. j. Cline, -I. Funkliouser, D. Phur, C. Quick, C. Sliepurcl, j. llccvcs, I. lticli. Fifth row: L. Marx, -I. llurrell, D. XVi1llau.-c, N. Smith, V. llulfnclior, N. Burke-tt, E. Higg, C. Ft-slcr, S. NVoocl, M. May, E. Stoltz, P. Marx, R. Fr-lcliimn, G. lloskinson. Future Teachers of America PHYSICAL VITALITY, mental vigor, moral discrimination, wholesome personality, help- fulness, knowledge, and leadership are the requirements for a good teacher as set up by the Future Teachers of America. This associa- tion strives in preparing the students for a future in education. During the year, students attend conventions. Here methods for im- proving and enlarging clubs are discussed. Not all time is spent in discussion. Each mem- ber who meets the requirements is permitted to observe a grade school class for one day and subsequently is given a chance to teach. Left tn right. Pat Marx. Prmiclcritg Miki- Hc-ring. Scrgzmnt-ut-Arnrsg Billic Xlkflls, Sec'- rvmryz Marjorie May. Vice-Pres-irlcrit. Davis Keeler. .llwnlwrg YQ-rbzil llulhiclior, Tremizzcr. Ifiml row, left to riglzlz Bzalon, S. King, VV. Ilm-kgs-igvr, I. lJlll1kl'l. li. Lucas. Svrwrill row: L. Marx. H. XV-lls, M. Many. P. Marx, V. lliilfuclior. N. XVilliuins, E. Paiyiw. Third Hilti: C. Stillwc-ll, B. King. L. Curvy. S, Xlkicmcl, S. Sta-cklvr, NV. Cowling. l'. Kolb. S. Bare, M. limits-r. Fourth mug: C. Ciistclo, L. Let-dy. S. Ilurris, C. Singer, L. Nlltltcr. Fifth mlb: Miss M. Chccsman, Spolisnr. B. Orr, M. llc-ring, C. Bosca-ki-r, D. KL-clcr. R, Ruth. A. Bc-ck, M. Hurt. 1 'Q Q1 Foreign Language Club THE PURPOSE of the Foreign Language Club is to promote a better understanding of other nations of the world among its members. Latin and Spanish, the languages taught at Mt. Carmel High School, are studied by the club in various ways. Lives and customs of other people are interpreted through games played at the bi-monthly meetings. Pen pals from foreign lands have been secured by the spon- sor, Miss Mignonne Cheesman. Constructive projects are undertaken which help advance friendship among other countries, such as do- nations to the Hungarian Relief Fund. gs. Fiixr Club mz'ml1vl.s' use ilu' dark mann f11r'iIitiL's to ilnprmzz' their flvucl- nping mul printing tfwllrliqtufs. lJl'IllItH-SfI'llflllf.l, Ivft In right: P. lnxgow, Sl. ltatnclulpli, C. llmzts. K. Bmllt-, S. llockliill, A. Bt-ck. C711-S'l'fl'lll,QZ Nl. lla-.ltcr XXX-lls, NI. llzirt. B. Orr. C. Bust-lu-r. XY. Cowling, Ng Camera Club THE MEMBERS of the Camera Club are students interested in photography either for a pastime or a future vocation. Photography is an interesting and enjoyable hobby. Though one of the newest clubs in the activity area, it has grown in membership and popularity each year. Under the leadership of Miss Tennes and Mr. Sharp the members meet twice a month to learn how to use a camera and the essentials for making better pictures. Development of film, printing and enlarging pictures are among the many helpful skills which the members practiced during club meetings. Nvnpluytc-s kick it up clurim: Sl.-is hill. Al. join-s. C. Fisher. lmfl ln rislfal: D. XYnlluu'. P. xvt'llIlll.lIl. C. Kvm-ipp. Xliss l,2lXVI'l'Il4'i'. Spunxnr S. julia-s, K. liockliill NI. Xllillzir. -I. llilll6'f'. julia-S. 'Y 'W' 'alt- ' N dl' J Masque and Gavel LEARNING TO PORTRAY the many characters found on the world's stage, the Masque cmd Gavel club members, under the supervision of Miss Lawrence, work to achieve success in their dramatic interpretations of dialogues, skits, and plays. Each member displays his oral talents before the entire club sometime during the school year. This assists him in raising his standards of speech and expression. This society advocates a better relationship between the high school and community by encouraging local co-operative programs with churches and other civic organizations. QUE AND Clxvrjl. initiation. Left fo right: S. gloria-s. Al. Ruiivy. K. Hock- Sf'llfl'll. fwfr In riglzlz l'. Xv1'lllIll2lll, Xlr. llamlc-sty. SHUI!-S'Ul'. L. Nlcllri- nivl, S. llzirris, S. Xllntc, S. join-S. L. Yirc-, S, Ka-iflic-r, L. Dzilryniplc. XY. Cowling, B. llungvrforcl. S. Brirlgvs. Stunclingz D. Km-lor. Front. lvft In right: 'l'. l'uclg1vtt. Nl. llunclolpll. Xl. rrx Lcft tn right: L. Lverly, D. Nlrigllt. S. llzirt, A. Ewing, C. Rankin, l. Kim-ffm-r. Burk: S. 'llc , 1 I. llislvy, T. Nlowutt, D. Doilglus. K. Frick, l. Carter. . M I - nmjg. A M :ig I3 -I Steuklcr. XVOotl, C. Cust:-lo, B. Miller. . I H xi dx. ..,, V x 1.411 , Q-,vv,,' J iff! . V W, jp. .3 Debate IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC SPEAKING ability, increasing the knowledge on national topics, and promoting friendly competition be- tween schools are the aims of this organization, the Debate Club. Throughout the year topics are discussed and debates planned for the members. A varsity team is picked to represent the high school in 1' ,,.. tl, wnki' , an .W Club various speech contests. The 1957 team con- sisits of: Linda McDaniel, Pat Veihman, Stanley Iones and Susie Wood. This year the topic in question was, "Resolved: that the Federal Government should sustain the prices of major agriculture products at not less than 902 of parity." Loft In right: J. l'lllIllxllUllNl'I'Q NY, Morris, Pray, sity uf lllirmis. irlcntg C. .-Xlkug VI. Turm-r, l'ir1'-1'rr'.s-irlwrtt5 C. I,f'fttnri,ul1t: C.Bus1-clit-r.B,Orr. Rt'l7lll'Y11.l.Clli1l'1 D. KL't'll'I'.Sf'!'fl'f1ifl1-Tl'l'lI.Xllfl'7'. XI, Burn A. lim-lx. XY, Xlurris. Science Club THE PURPOSE OF SCIENCE CLUB is to perpetuate a better understanding of the me- chanics of the various sciences. Demonstrations in chemistry, physics and biology are given at each meeting throughout the year. Members of the club have discovered that the demonstra- tions of scientific phenomena can be entertain- ing as well as interesting. During the year, the club members attended the engineering open-house at the University of Illinois and observed such interesting engineering feats as the cyclotron, the betatron, and one of the largest digital computors in the world. The club members are led in their efforts by C. Sharp, teacher of chemistry and physics, who has taught this year during the absence of Ft. Tennes. Strulrnts mul .s'p+m.wr l',YfllIliIll' fll uf flu' many zxtfrillits' nf tlrr' :fn 1 Hl'l'l'lHQ 1111011-l1m1.x'r' nf ilu' Vnirrr The Buddy Suppvr. 110.5-ignerl tu in- troduce the girls to mu' amltlwr. is mu' of the first activities of flu' year. Girls' Athletic Association THE GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION is composed of a group of girls who are interested in further development physically, as relate to good health and social development. The year is packed with activities starting off with the buddy supper. Archery, badminton, deck tennis, tennis, basketball, and bowling are some of the sports that are on the schedule. Later an initiation is planned for the new members. This consists of comical dress to afternoon classes and a candlelight ceremony at night. Playdays and skating parties are designed to keep the girls active. In the spring an overnight trip is planned for the members who have worked for and earned a letter. These letters and other awards are presented at the Mother and Daughter Banquet, which is looked forward to eagerly by all members. CItll'k1L'i-Yt'l P. NIQITX, D. XVrigl1t, C. lloskinson, I. Franklin, B. llungcr Left to right: J. jones. L. Marx. Sl. Nluy. S. Keenan, S. Stecklcr, A. Spond, F. Cll.l17llltlll. M. Baker, R. Berry, S. Fischer, A. Nliscnlmcr- ger, S. Jamison, C. Fortner. ford. AI. Xt-ildrk. -I. Brown. C. Castillo. B. Miller, L. Leecly. A. Kemper L. Mt-Daniel S. Kieffer, S. Terry, S. NYhite, I. Hershey. I. Nluxfielcl L. Curvy. ll. james, F. Litldlc, L. Dulrymplc, K. Holtscluw, B. Dun can. lt. .Xllt-ri. l'. Lagow, S. Millspnugli. 2 lt tl I 'Io 5 Q i Ifirvf VIl!L'. lvfr Io rilllzfa D, Taylor, I. Bri-wi-r. j. Clmp- nmn. A. Barrie-r. H. Cox. J. Culw-rly. j. Helm. I. Kieffer. Scconzl rout T. Morgan. A Ewing. K. Clvury. N. Young. at. N. Sliziw. P. Czirtcr, N. Hoff. P. Eggn-lwrz-clit. j. Price. I"ir.s1 rmc. lvff to right: K. lfriclc, N. Joni-S, S. XVliitc- ln-ucl. C. Appl:-by, H. Scliru- clvr. K. Bocllc. Second row: B. Di-puty. S. Hockliill, Phillips. C. Smith, F. Vlxllzir. Third row: Ni. Hnndolpli. J. Powcrs L. Holla-n, M. Hess, S. Crm-sk, S. Seaton, L. Bixins. liotfom row, Ivf! lo rigiliiz E. Piiym-. -I. Riih-y, D. XX'.iIl.ii-v. l"ir.x1 rmu. lvjtmri,ulz11 S. Could, ll. XYits- Uiflrllz' row: K. Ron-kliill, P. Yi-ilnium. S. Briclgc-s. C. Taylor. li. main. Svconrl row: J. XN'illiauns, P. NOTIIIQIII Stoltz. C. Stillwc-ll. Top rout Nl. NYullur. XY. Fl'if.-4-. C. Hanlon. IC. Higgs. A. Perry. XY. Cowling. J. Hccdus N. I 1 .-f-"""J ...gl fm' ew 0 M' 'O-, if I ff 512 AL .-L. X E Qfiaiiif' ,Mgr ,,,unl'l' 4 f we r W? 5' 1 ., . Wwxw 'arf S .,f' P if tu 5, A fa A .,, -Q, Nb, ig 'M ..f '1 'T ONE OF THE SCHOOL'S outstanding organiza- tions, the music department, has again proved its capabilities through much hard work and determination. The public has become more aware of the competence of the band through its many appearances and benefits. As a part of the Southern Illinois University home- coming parade, the Mt. Carmel High School marching band was accorded high acclaim. This acclamation was for presenting the best performance among the marching bands from appeared as a special feature of many local parades and functions. Also, the presentation of the band at half-time shows with the snappy routines of the majorettes has often added to an evening's entertainment. The spring con- cert was a highlight and perfect ending to a year of much effort, enjoyment, and accom- plishment. A performance worthy of praise was put on by the entire music department, com- plete with glee clubs, choir, choralaires, sextet, octet, and majorettes. various schools in southern Illinois. It has The Concert an Huck TOUT, left to right: S. Beal, S. Phillips, I. Shepard, N. Shaw, M. Hess, B. Meier, L. ML-Daniel, S. Steekler, I. NVil- liams, P. Veihman, J. Risley, D. XVallaee, C. Poland, B. Neely, L. Coleman, C. Floyd, E. Bare, D. Cher. I. Rau, I. Hershey, I. Newkirk, G. Arnold, M. Deputy, I. Smith, F. Perkins, N. Perry, B. Neely, R. Litherland, G. Alldredge. Fourth row: I. Reisinger, K. Bodle, B. Schrader, P. Eggebrecht, I. Chapman, R. Newkirk, V. Ilenze, B. Eakin, B. Hudson, N. Burkett, B. Orr, N. Hoff, S. Harris, S. White, I. Alldredge, S. XVood, M. Heater. Third row: B. Reel, O. Nye, XV. Brown, I. Hocking, K. Martin, R. Raber, D. Robinson, F. Chapman, D. Phar, T. Fischer, D. Robinson, D. Leach, I. Gwen, C. Rankin, C. Fesler, S. Bridges, B. Miller, G. Utley, D. Arnold, M. Sawyer. Second row: I. Miller, P. Kolb, C. Seybold, D. Dorsch, A. Howe, I. Raney, C. Castelo. S. Kieffer, L. Pierce, M. Randolph, A. Kemper, K. Frick, S. Millspaugh, R. Berry, G. Hoskinson, First row: M. YVallar, J. Vandever, S. Could, A. Ewing, T. Padgett, S. Terry, S. Ankenbrand, J. Rigg, L. Alexander. wr .Q M' 1 1. iii V- I .Misa 'vi V E ggi! at , L' . ' 'i ,M , if, y at f ,. Y W 1 -,X Wg? fl?'Rv- ,fV"Vf A . f A 'X Wx R ,W V Q 'fi - -,N lf. ff: v ff 'wl2?:,,,?,f' ' ,H ,, Q, sf , ,Eff - Q 1 7 A 'f' E ' Wxgff f T4 V7 7 M1 f Au.,,, F7 if " y Q -g. Q. 'W gif' Q 'f ' Q ... E, 'I Q5 'f N fm' E gy Q ,Ty ,F 1 i 5,14g4 1 5 L-f Q ', ' -'f A 1 f A f 1' , f . ' I-,f I V f 'yi X52 In . Q5 1 ' I A , , Q , . . , ' , 5 A , ..,f Ji Q. A -9' I if LW ., M 5 ' f' A M X i 2 1 'Wx ' , X ' f' Q ,O if in Vw g Hifi! Q, A '31 A , .f ' 5 X . I .iff km, X LM I , ' , " -A W 'X I ,F If A if A Q- I ,J f , 4.-syn.- 1. , fy . , 4:12 -, , . I , ng..- Q I t - K C 2 tg g X is ti r , Firxl muy lvft In right: ll. Nh-ic-r. lf. Cliupzmtn. C. llusltinson, L. NIL-Dunivl. K. Nlurtin. S. 'II-1'ry. C .-Xllclrtt t Sunnc I x xu llu I tt Xl mtv: Xl. Xyilllilf. ll, Bt-rry. l. Yoilnntin. D. Durst-lt. -I. Nvwkirlt. B. Xu-lj. S. Xlillspnugli. A. llo '- If I Dt-putt. I. Hlgg. C. llunltin. il. Yitintlt-xt-r. C. l"vslvi'. l,. Culvmttii. B. Nlillt-11 lt. Litlu-rlttncl, T. lfiwlux Stunt Ill lllmr, National Club IN STRIVING FOR HIGHER MUSIC APPRECIATION the National Club members perform before the entire club. Selected for their special talents and versatility, the members are given constructive criticism from the other members. If they are judged to be the best soloist for that meeting, they receive a pin. By giving their solos in this fashion, the members gain experience and poise in appearing before a group. CHORALAIRES Filrsl mir. lwfr tu rlflzlg Xl, llaputx. .-X. XYl'lNt'lll7l'l'Ql'l'. VI, lligg, S. lorry. Nl. Xlullaux B. Xlvivr. C. l7t'slt'r. ll. Xvvly. sl'l'IHlIl rn lL'1 Al. Sglnclvrs. ll, lf. lluill. llntlwr. K. Nlurtizi. Cl, fXllclrt-tlgv. D lJll'll'. Ii. Xwljt. ll. llrmixcll. SUIIIITIZ I-X. lluxu-. 555555. V P E---el:--Q,-'I-4'Q-5" ,I I, -qs! WI vw Q A Z! GX' ,Q i, ,IIA ? f, , K i k, ,IS 1 if 4.,4w,,4 V gi' f, 3 ' I QF iffy, in 5 v, f Q .. ,lf ,vw X , ' K .45 . +5-X'-4 X ,Q ,f TN-., s 1 3 '51 , . ., 1 ' V ,K ' 1 Y Q, 7,5 -, 47, 'f f JH, ,:' f , ,I f ,I V A, ' Q 1- ' YQ .,, fi-. n , X f . s ll' Director of Music FLOYD PERKINS is better known as "Pappy" to the students. Throughout the school year he prepares the ensembles, soloists, and the entire band for their many appearances in public. His efforts are rewarded in that our music department is one of the finest in the state. FLOYD PERKINS Girls' Qrchestra Left to right: S. Terry, B. Meier, I. Chapman, L. McDaniel, N. Burkett, C. Hoskinson, F. Clmpmnn, C. Fesler, A. Ilowe, S. Steekler, B. Neely, 1. Vandcver, B. Miller, M. xvilllilf. Instrumental Ensembles l I lwflf TRIO Lfffl fu lAi,!ll'I XYOUDXYIXD QL'IN'IkE'I' - Lvff fn riiffzf. S. T4-rry Alcmlmlnr. 5. 'llrry lj. Yr-ilnmm. 5, XIHISDQIIIQII. A. llmvv. Nl. ll:-.xtn-r, KI. .-Xlldrm-clgr l -XHIYET OL' XH'l'FT -- Iwff to ri lat- SAKOPHOYE f L'-XHTET Le 1 to " I A , K . . ,I g . ., A . Q . --f if 111111: B Nl'-in-r. Xl, NKQLILU. -I. xv-lIlLli'NQ'I'. AI. Alldrvclgc. I... RIcDaniel. R. Berry. C. l'NL'51L'1', B. Miller ,, . 2 Assistant Director of Music A VERY VALUABLE ASSET to the music department is Eugene Collins. Many students become better musicians through his patient help and instruction. In addition to his teaching Freshmen Girls' Chorus, he keeps the equip- ment of the music department in working order and ready to go when needed. EUGENE COLLINS Boys' Crcltestra Ji?" LL I to righl: C. Arnold, C. Alltlrc-clgc, D. Dorsch, D. Plmr, J. Gwyn, D. Robinson, E. Collins, K. Martin, H. Haber l' lfisclier, B. Neely, L. Coleman, B. Meier, G. Poland. Instrumental Ensembles 'l'HOXlBfJXl': 'IWICIU 7 Im!! In rigid: D. Pllnr. C. 'I-HL'NI1'ET TRIO - Lrffl fr: rigllf: K. Nlllftill Alldrvclgmx I., Litlwrlnrzcl. S. Nlillqlllllgll. :xt'l'fIlllINllli-Sf. F. Clulplmm. H. Huber. A. llcwwu. .-Xr.'c'mnp11ni.s! 20 .,..-..,...,.1 7 1 4 fN ' if nfn,nn ., X WMI 'To- IIO HX Q UAHTET - Left tu riglzlz BRASS SEXTET - Loft to right: K, Martin. H. Haba-r. D. D0rscl1.C. Cast:-Ira. A. Iloxu-.j. Hum-y. D. Dorscln. B. Neely, T. Fischer, H. Litlxerlamd. dl 9 1Mr2n'4fa?g. a-Q or-gn! MQ- 5on4g.g.,5LJF"""'- , ,1 I A .. Q '4 ev, A' A .3 i?s8n5 9 2 J Glee CILIDS FRESHMAN GIRLS - Bottom row, iff! to right: J. Brewer, C. jackson. P. Eggebrecht. P Carter. S. Creek. M. Randolph. S. Beal. B. Schrader. A. Barrier B. Shain, S. Campbell, L. Cray. J. Chapman. Second row: K Friek, B. Timberlake. C. Appleby, H. Bennett, F. XYallar, R. Painter N. Jones, P. Orman, I. Marroitt, N. Perry, R. Clark, J. Helm. K Litherlancl. J. Seals. Third row: C. Hensick, N. Shaw, S. Roekhill, E. Biyins, 1. Linstrom. J. Rosignol, K. Cleary, X. Hoff, K. Karr A. Ewing, S. Seaton, R. Coy. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB - Bolton: row, left to right: li. Payne. M. Cooelart, B. ltr-el, D. Robinson, M. Deputy, Bridges, S. Terry, M. Heater, D. NVri51ht. C. Taylor, Millspaugh. S. Steekler, B. Miller. T. Paclgett. j. Haney, M. VVallar, B. Meier, L. McDaniel, S. NVhite, j. Allclreclge, B. Neely, J, Miller. Seeond row: M. Davis, B. llershberger. j. XVilliams, V. llulfaehor, C. lloskinson, j. Vancleyer, E. NVacldle, -I. Franklin. B. Allen, P. Veihman, D. Kirkman, J. Coffing, D. Arnolcl. F. Litldle, D. XVilliams, L. Bennett, S. Could, C. Rankin, C. Elcler, S. Ankenbrantl, H. Osterman. Third row: S. Swatsley, A. Newkirk. L. Allen, 1. Harrell, A. XVeisc-nberger, R. Berry, V. Cehret. L Leecly, S. Kieffer, YV. Cray, J. Balon, C. King, C. Stroekhine. J. Haber, A. Howe, C. Fesler, L. XValters, S. Culver. L. Pierce. Fourih row: R. Allen, N. Burkett, K. Ewing, C. Linxwiler, P. YVootls, I. Coomer, C. Barnlund. S. XVoo:l, I. Higg, M. May, L. Barlett. C. Castelo, S. Bare, P. Bishop, A. llockgeiger. A CAPELLA CHOIR - Bottom row, left to right: M. Cootlart, S. Ankenbrancl, V. Cehret. C. Barnlund, A. XVeisenberger, M. Deputy, M. Heater, S. Terry J. Rigg, B. Meier, M. XVallar, S. Millspaugh, I. Raney, B. Neely, S Steekler, C. Rankin, L. Bennett. Second row: L. Pierce. I Coomer, S. Bridges, B. Hershberger, Ft. Berry, C. Hoskinson, S XVoocl, C. Linxwiler, j. Franklin, D. XVright, C. Taylor, S. Could L. McDaniel. YV. Cray, A. Howe, P. Veihman, C. Fesler. C. King I. Coffing. Third row: N. Burkett, R Allen, 1. Brown. L. Halbig B. Brewer, R. Raber. K. Martin, 1. Sanclers, I. Reex es, B. Neely, D. l'har, A. Beck. B. Hackler, F. Linxwiler, B. Could, -I. Vancleyer. L. VValters. Fourth row: C. Arnolcl, J. Smith, T. Fischer. C. All- tlredge, F. Ruth. L. Castle, C. Keneipp, C. Seibert. D. Dorseh. L Coleman, D. Robinson, C. Poland. T. jackson, H. Lane. s BOYS' GLEE CLUB - Bofium row. left to right: C. Rehnquist, B. Brewer. I. Xewkirk. B llackler. R. Haber. K. Martin, B. Neely. L. Castle. E, Bare. F Linxwiler. F. Ruth. Second row: C. Allclreclge, B. Litherlantl. B lluclsozi. C. Keneipp. bl. Cline, J. Reeves, R. Lane, A. Beck. D Phar, B. Coulcl. j. Brown. B. Eakin, li. Shaw. Third row: C Arnold. L. llalbig. C. Alka. -I. Funkhouser. H. lluugertortl. D Cher. T. Fischer, D. Robinson. D. Dorseh, D. Morgan. L. Coleman QI. Samlr-rs, C. Seibert. T. jackson. v . '56 a WSW ' Q H9 vw E is I " AL X L y , X J . Varsity Football Schedule NVQ 13 ..,,.. Albion 6 . ,.4,..... Fairfield 6 ., . .,.... Bridgeport 12 , ..rr. Flora They 6 28 , 7 . 2 XVI: 7 7 . 20 18 6 Salem . , ,.,r Carmi Lawrenceville . Olney Princeton ,..,.,.f,.- P-4-H+ " ,,.,. Q' , -..V -f-f""""M,W L.-f --offi- ,., ,---1-""Y4M'-'M Lew' They 7 . 7 19 7 42 us, First row, left to right: XY. Orr, I. Turner, R. Cunningham, S. Iglehart. D. Singer. L. Hawf, I. Reeves. XY. Brown, T. Ingram, F. Sherman, A. Beck. Second row: R. Brown, R. Hungerford, L. Crum, J. Funkhouser, C. Brown. L. Gill. D. DcNVitt, C. Reburn, D. Halfacre, K. Schuh, C. Seyholcl, 1. johnson. Third row: II. Storkmun. A.ssi.s-tant. E. Robinson, R. Halle, R. Helton, J. Litherlancl, C. Seihert, H. Seilx-rt, R. Tenm-5, ll. Stricklm. C. Quick. I. Scpulxmlo. j. Fitch, P. Gibson, Couch, j. John, Assistarit. Aczs win again Go - - Fight - - Win THE OFFENSIVE LINE and backfield on the varsity football squad proved their ability in that they scored many points against opposing teams. Clever plays, rugged determination, good sportsmanship, and teamwork were fac- tors in their success. BY THEIR SKILLFUL ability in tackling, run- ning, blocking, and quick thinking, the defen- sive line and backfield had many opposing teams baffled. During the season, only three touchdowns were scored in the last half against our line and backtield. fy!-'FENSIYE LINE AND BAcxFlr:1.n, First row, left tn right: j. Turner, B. Cnnninghaun, S. Iglolmrt, D. Singer, L. llawf, J. Reeves, VV. Brown. Sccrmzl row: C. Brown, D. DeVVitt, L. Gill, C. Rcburn. a J ,,, - -- ,..-om - 'Nw . 7' YQ s-. Q' M Ne E. - A , if v , f , wiv W 1 g 'Q ff ccncg f COACHES - Left to right: j. john. Assist- ant, P. Gibson, Head, H. Storkman, Ass-i.s-tant. Football Coaching Staff TEACHER . . . THAINER . . . STRATEGIST, a coach is all of these. He is the person who moulds the individual athletes into a single unit . . . a team. This was Paul Gibson's first year as head mentor for the Aces. In conference play we tied for second place. We are fortunate in having one of the finest high school coaching staffs to be found anywhere. FROSH-SOPH SQUAD - First row, left to right: P. Kolb, D. Young, L. Mcrriel, H. Sampson, AI. Singer. L. Lnnkfonl, P. Cunningham. K. Harris. B. Locke, B. Orr. Scfconcl row: T. Mowatt, R. ML-C.uy, C. Kennard. B. Could, L. Corxrady. K. jackson, D. Funkhouscr. R. Dillard, N. Wilcox, R. jones, S. Smith, D. Brandehourg. Third row: K. Brown. C. Rehnquist, E. Stanley. BI. johnson, R. Olds. I. Crump, I. Newkirk. G. Fisher, D. Leach. P. Riordan, F. Sherman. 1. john. Fourth row: li. Storkman. R. Garrett, R. Ncwkirk. B. Hat-kler. R. Moore, R. Youngman. D. Runyan. I. Brown. T. Payne. J. Could. B. Morlun. and again. COACH IIM IOHN'S FROSH-SOPH SQUAD had a good season this year as they won six, tied one, and lost one. we Thr,- 14 Albion 1 4 28 Lawrenceville . 7 3 l Olney 1 3 2 1 Fairfield ..,. 6 30 Carmi 1 2 28 Bridgeport 0 27 Lawrenceville 14 ff -,sl N r ,M During ll Irfnsc nmmcnf, the L'lPfl!'Il .S'L'llf1,S' ll varsity pluycr into flu' QZIITIC. Lvfl to rlglllz P. Cilmson, B. Cunninglmm, L. lluwf, L. Crum Freshman-Sophomore Linemen and Baclcfield Y.-ms1TY CZHEEIKLEAIJEIIS - Left I0 right: S. XYhito, D. XVright, B, Hungerford. S Ste-cklvr, S. Bridgvs. Left to right: S Bridges, B. Ilun- crford, S. StL'L'klCI', S. Coodfrc-cl, Spon- sor, D. XVright, S Hvhilfc. FIIESHMEN CHE1-:n1.l-pxlmrzns - Lvft In riglxl: S. l'mckl1ill,B. Schrad- vr. L. Bivins. 1. Duglcy. K. Bodlc. CIICCTICBACYS FL E C XVC They 33 lVIcL':ansboro AA 31 29 A Albion A, 25 45AAAA A, A, A, Lawrenceville AA A AA 38 78 AAA..A,,A A Flora AAAAA,AA,A AAAA, A AA A 64 69AA, AAAAAA AAAAA A Bridgeport A,AA 58AA ,A AAAAA AA AAAAAFairfie1d AAAAA 42 59 AAA,AAAAA AAAAAAA, Carmi AAAA ,AAA,. , AA ,AA,63 64 A ,Salem .A ,AAA A AA , 61 60 A Lawrenceville A A 52 63, ,A A, A, Olney AAAAAAAAAA , 66 Champs VVC They 80 AA Fairfield ,,AA, A 56 97A Bridgeport AA AAAAA AAAAB5 67,A AAAA A Flora AA AAA63 45 A Carmi AAAA,A,,,AAA A AAAA 64 54 A A, , Albion AAAAAAA A AAAAAA AA 51 58 A A Schlarrnan AA A 57 71 A AA AA,ABobinson AAA , A, 59 73 , Salem A AAAAAA , A A63 102 Olney 55 64 A AMt. Vernon 102 '-UZ...-V .Q Ab Wifi .why .L W.- ...Q-..,., ,wr . O MM , N 0 ni W., aw' 'f ffngn Z5 0 Q, riifcg 'W ,1 , f- ,ff QQ , -ff' 94 7 I , 1 av Wh CSG! - X a ,, M qty, I W ,r wa, wwwnqgv' I mm fllll.. :rim ullrlilwrl ilu' lmnur nf lII'fll,U fm 1' fm! ,N Inf Hjllflll. ,xlznrztx lm ulfzlrlyf HY Il gurzrrl. Tlmw lmgfx ll1ll'l' u ligfzl fn ln' smiling Members of the Varsity Squad ,"x,X '54 G I i 4652? Junior Varmty Squad untmu 1 1 lx U I Lon L D11 uc D lqlllllxhfllhtl I Conrulx R Hungeriorcl Bark mu ohm gr umson 111 tl u D Brmu Jour B Cllll L Freshman Squad t ll vu N 111 11111 11111 ll XXIII cr xoxxu lx ru ur 111 H Noun l -, zfff 111 111111. 1 Rall, 1. -ki. 1. '11-1. . ' - .. , . . fr . -A -, j. I , j. Siuf- , H. S111 lf , D. S' g". D. Du glua. . 1 lil Q. . I ll. lmn mln, Ivfi to right: C. Klxllllllfd, -I, 'Y wkirk, K. wlllflifl . S. Smith. C. l"i.'cl Svc' l ' 'z . " kl1 1.11 1, 1 11111 B. NI 11, ..1 XY4- 60 65 61 53 45 62 38 56 45 61 Junior Varsity Re McLeansboro Albion Lawrenceville Flora Bridgeport Fairfield Carmi Salem Lawrenceville Olney T hey 41 37 45 45 46 37 45 33 38 38 ll XXI: 58 58 73 53 67 55 62 56 47 38 Club cord Fairfield Bridgeport Flora Carmi Albion Schlarman Robinson Salem Olney Mt. Vernon linltom row. loft to riglzl: NY. Orr. X. rl-ll1llJl'l'lkllii'. li. Dillarcl, B. Un-cult-uf, K. Schull. Svroncl row: ll. Nlcliuy, lfunkliouscr. R. Clmninglizim, L. Gill, XV. Brown. Third row: E. Robinson. P. Kollm. li. Helton, nl. Johnson. I. Fu llouscr, C. Scyboltl. Fourth row: I. Turner, H. Brown, H Ilungerford. C. Quick. C. Brown, L. Hawf. Fifth row: Peach, L. Conrady. R. Could, C. Reburn. D. DeVVitt. D. Sings-r. Sixtlz row: H. Seilwrt. D. llalfun-rc. ll. Tc-nues. jackson, A. Beck, I.Fleevos. Seuvnfh row: D. Douglas, Partee, L. Crum. H. Hess. R. llulc H. Sampson. 'l-lll'Y 36 40 42 49 39 39 43 44 48 44 D. nk- XY. T. TFGCIC TCBIT1 N5 v 1 f in by 3 I nn! muy IU! tn rigllf: L. Ccmrncly. li. Ilallv, B, Brown, -I, FllIlkl1UllSl'I'. IJ. l"xl11k!m11sc1'. l'. Kolb. XY. Brown. lll'Z f 415, ,Xlmm,u4'1'. Sm-mul rout -I. lh-zwvs. B. Clmlld. Nl. llvxini. C. Brown, XY, I'v:ncl1. K. -lau-ksrm. R. Dillard. Third rr D Ymmu. -I. 'lwumc'r. ll. Saunpson. D. lhlxglaxs. ll. Nlurlam. D. Singvr. IJ. IIRIH-AlL'l'l'. ll. Scilu-rt. jim -Iulm. ffmlfh A - I, 'L-vig D,xl.1c ll.x1.r',xc:l1r: and ullxl 'l'L'lKYl'll! prvprm' Cmzng urwr for mmtlzvr ruin. In lvarr' ilu' lilncks in ll 1111511 for z'ir'lurg1. Bun limmx tulcus' llzv 1115411-junlp. N ,.a '- V-ar wa. ik .Q THE MCHS TRACK TEAM is another valuable part of our athletic department. Skill, coordination, and stamina are the essential qualities necessary for good performances on the field. Our team this year has these qualities plus a goodly amount of determination. Even though this is a building-year for track, our Aces have displayed potential power for success in future years, as well as winning-power at the present. Coach lim Iohn is doing an excellent job of training the boys for track and getting them to put forth, as a team, their in- dividual abilities. Lmm- Coxmm' and Bos Guru: ,S'fl'L'fC1l up und acer thc lziglz hurdles. Varsity Baseball Team HAVING A DIFFICULT TIME getting started The maroon-capped lads, coached by Boy Gate- because of the traditional April rains, the Aces' wood, furthered the interest in high school baseball team finally got a chance to show baseball by their exhibitions of superior team- their diamond tactics and proceeded to record work. A popular school sport now, baseball a good season. is increasing in popularity with each succeed- ing year. Frfmf row, Inf! tn riglztg A, Brown, C, R4-burn, C, Brown. l,. Gill. ll. lllrige-rim'cl, C. Quick, ll. llcss. Sfunrling. Ivft In right: j. Brown, Manager, lt. MQ-Guirc-, B. Majors, bl. Singcr, L. Crum, -I. Mc-Kay, R. Lune, D. Funkhouscr t N W i- v r I i REEEFXRS gr 102 ISU, Bmnvw rliwlrzus lzik onguging xmzfr' uflzflf llI'l'1'f falls fu IIHIVVII lm ffppmin: pitrlxrr, lpmlm: I1 ll f.ulel-lu' hmm' run. l..xmn' f:lI.I.. .ships flllllfllfl' lziuh-flyirug Imll. 5 ,lk ' 52,1 f. 3 f iff .1 ,f J'-V 'ff' iz.: -A-V, f2f 55fa5" QA' 4 1 .f ' 'I K. 51512-,af , pf' v 'bfxlixi 1' f x X, , ,Af ' W' X x ' 'I u ' - x NL fu f F '-WYQ, T . - M '-. f f, A . 3 N md' E 5 xv Q , , A V if 1ffm4l'!l1l'l'1Y. wwf: as SKIP Ilriw. Vllilfllbllfl' ml 7 11 ffzc srzrww my flu' fl't1IH. w Vnftza , V, ' ' 5 'm N 1 lndustrial Arts Club TO PROMOTE THE INTEREST of boys in learning about industry, the Ind. Arts Club was formed. Learning better workmanship and developing sociability of people interested in the same goals are additional aims of this club. In the fall the members, accompanied by their advisor, W. Wyatt, attended a leadership- training conference at Monticello, Illinois last- ing for three days. The objective of this conference was to stress the proper manner in which to conduct meetings. During the year, state conventions are attended at which projects are displayed. President B. Solomon and W. Wyatt attended a program at Dearborn, Michigan as the guests of the Ford Motor Club who help sponsor an international program. Projects from various countries are on display and are judged. Activities of the club include: a party spon- sored for the F. H. A. and the F.F.A.: a coat check operated at the basketball games: and. a style show and Ind. Arts exhibit to promote better work. Seated, left to right: T. Creuthousc, C. Ewald, C. Sclionamun. li. Sr-ilu-rt, T. Lange, B. Dunkel, C. lllgjllllfitlll, B. Neely, K. Schull, C. Alkzn, D. Compton, T. Brostcr. Standing: XV. XVyutt, S1IUllSUl', DI. Turner, Vicf' Prfhviflcnfg Pt. hVlllltllllS, SL'CI'l'fllVllJ B. Solomon. Pl'U.S'fl1C1lf, li. Burton, Treusurerg L. Sloss, Rcportvr. .vl- ,ff 6 1 f D. COBIPTON, L. Suzss, J. TURNER, C. Anxoum State Vice-President from and B. Soumuox are shown Rcginn 3. works with the jointer as .smflying and criticizing this project. T. Ixcalmu and R. WILLIAMS obserce. C111 I1 III 4' nz llc rs 'l' LANQQ1-1. lx. bczurn. L Bmrarcs. mul Cl. Hn. mxsox urc lzusily lL'0l'kiII,U on club pro iccts. Svllvrfzi Club nu'n1i1cr.v put the finislzing tmiclwx Sui! tvsing of.s'r1lr11Iil',s'fI'0Hl fumis in the county on their inrlivizluul ling Izumi' projects. lieip futurf'farn1L'r.s'ciCtUl'n1i1lUfvrtiiizcfrx lwczlvfl. OFFICERS - Left to right: li. McCuirv, Presidcntg Mr. Irvin, Adcisnrg B. Coodsou, Scntinelg C. Floyd, Hepnrterg R. Baird, ViL'U-Prcsidenfg I. Rigg, St'l'l'Cflll'QlJ I. Bc-rbvrich, Trczlsilrcr. Future Farmers of America THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA is a national organization, reaching from the state of Washington to Puerto Rico and from the state of Maine to Hawaii. There are many opportunities for the FFA member. He may enter speaking contests, livestock judging contests, and other events which help him gain confidence in himself and teach him to share responsibility. Each member has a project on which he may apply the latest farming methods, learned in Vocational Agriculture. America can be sure of a better future in farming because of the FFA. JUDY COFFING was elected Chapter Sweetheart mul reigned acer club uetici- ties during the year. ' Bosndar E lktllilllvlll f' Il lt l'ir.s! rfnr, left to rizlaiz B. Scllroeclur, E. Dunn, I. Hood, C. Floyd. E. Broster. It . "4'1 . . 5 . ., fl Iiitffur SUCUIIII rnw' S Frwnklin ll Stephens. li. Higgins, Cox. T. Bosca-km r, X. XYilt-ox. Bvrlmcriell. ml. lligg. ll J Marriott. Y. Steplu-1is.Ll'lzircI mug: Bllr. Irvin, Sponsor, J. Douglas, B. Goodscm, j. Higgs, C. Sclionomun, l. St-ills, L D ' 1 D B 'ker, lt. Alku, H. Baird. Liunln-rt, R. VIQYSIIIICS, li. McGuire, D. cis ier, . osec Future Homemalcers of America THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS of America is a national organization of students who study homemaking in junior and senior high schools. They work together for a better and happier home life for everyone. Helping to make happy homes now and in the future is the most important job anyone can do in a democracy. Some of the activities carried on during the year are parties with the F.F.A. and Ind. Arts Club, panel discussions, trips, guest speakers, and initiation of the new members. A party is held near the year's end for the eighth grade girls and a program for the chapter mothers. Climaxing the year is the style show in which garments made in the homemaking classes are modeled. This year Mt. Carmel was privileged to be hostess to 22 chapters at the sectional rally. ,f we Front rr1u.', left tn ri,Ql1t: XY. Cray. P. Hallam. I. Hocking. B. Bielil. J. Woods. R. Feldman. K. Hot-kliill, M. Xvilllilll j. Cuffing, B. Xlilson, Spmmrr. 50001111 mug: D. Nlilkinsoxi. XI. Davis, C. Taylor. UI. Franklin. C. Brown. D. Xlilliums, Xl. Xlbrxls, XY. Tice, liulwr, E. llumilton. Third row: X. Burkett, L. Allvn. E. Stoltz, NI. llvring. B. Dunkvl, P. I urns, N. Xluldlsm. S. XVuucls. XY. lit-rlmcric-ln. D. lic-ru-lu, C, Ilnsmrrz1ym'1', Spmzwr, 1'xUIll'llI rout A. Nc-wkirk, B. ltr-nl. li. lil'llIlSUKl. -I. Prior-. l'. 'llillr-y, -I, Xllmcls. P. Hull. L. lllllll. Nl. Billitill UI. IR-tern. RICA QE HOME-MAK OFFICILP-5 Left to nght NI XX 1rd Recreatmn OFI' ICFR5 Left fo ngh! j XVoods, Secreturyg Chazrman B Heal Pl'UI6LfS Clllllflllllll lx Rogkhlll B Dunkel Prcsulult Haber Vice Prcsidcntg M. I"rz'.s'l1mL'n girls luke' ilu' c'xr1nz.s for mum- bcrslzip in FHA undwr flu' .supc'rL'isimz of Miss B. XVILSON and E. CLARK. X U A L, 5331-. , ,ax o wh r - n I fu , i 'E ,.., .im fm' -my -M, h., I .ue 'N A N f 5, 1'- Miz. , ,.e uf' 112 Tvarnumk is un impurtan! rlsllcd of all llllilllfllgl. 'l'l11'.w lmys arf' luyimf.: fl lmrfluquurf flour in flu' living THU!!! UFUU. l'f1'1'ry lmusv rlvczls ll vnzlvrctv zlrirclcuy. Ilvrv forms arc' laid rmrlvr the prm'tir'01f rye' of thc .s-pmmor of ilu' lmilzling trrulcs j7l'!7,!l'IlHI. Q Culzinfr making is an nrt. Anzplz' sllwlf and !ll'!lll'f'l' .sp is flu ll ul! of l'Wlt'fIlI" lIH'flSlII'l'llll'lIfS' mul z'ur1'ful nmn.s-lziu. I . HW ,W..,,,fggg-,QW " "ff-1 Mmm. .. ,I ' 'J 4' Bu1Id1ng Trades BUILDING TRADES CLASSES are organlzed for the purpose of teachlng each of lts members a valuable sklll that may be useful to them ln the future Under the guldance of Mr Rutledge the class bullds a house as a two year prolect The communlty also recerves a beneht from the projects Sealed b1dS are taken and the house IS sold to the hlghest bldder Most of the class tlme 1S spent 1n actual work on the prolect However when the weather proh1b1ts workmg at the house the members study 1n the classroom on such subjects as archltecture plannlng, and the strengths and composltlon of the Vanous ma ter1a1s that go mto house constructlon I l - 1 1 1 ' 1 444' ,w 1 D. O. - Diversified Qccupations ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR COURSES at the high school is D.O.-Diversified Occupations. This program is dedicated to preparing the students for a future vocation. Completing his scholastic training in the morning each boy goes to his respective training location after his lunch period. Both the student- employee and the employer-trainer benefit under the program. The former experiences 3 Q 1 3 i i 5 Q 1 Q ' I the cooperation needed in working with others in business and industry and gains financial remuneration. The latter, in many instances, is able to develop valuable personnel for their businesses who will be skilled workers upon graduation from high school. E. M. Rutledge, the sponsor and coordinator for the class and program, has placed seventeen junior and senior boys on the job this year. W .?" Front row, lvft to rigid: B. Crm-nlouf, D. Ilallc, T. Allen, E. KCOITCS, -I. Rosignol, K. Klcinsclnniclt. SL'f'unrl mu 'iilllliJL'I'lilkL', B. Punch, M. NCWIIIZIII, E. Knust, Mr. Rutledge, Sponsor, D. Le-ucli, B. K4-iifor, 1. Ilorntll, B. xIilj0l'S, ll. Fir-ld 3,1 . PH- 1 ' .. -..- BX xxx X- .. I X wil qu I If Z fn- Crientation FOI' FI'CSI"IITICl'l xg! Nllw lu. Cllr-.1-Lsn.-xx p1'z'p1lr'z1x' fn Qllllll' 111171111 ff nr 14' .x uclvnlx on u tr ur ff ilu' III 11 Yf'lIUl". Tin' fl'I',SlH71Ill1 r'Ir1.xax nf QUT IVIVIIIIJCI'-S'. flu' lufgzuxl wwf fu r'n'f'r flu' llflll wllufrl. ll'lllIlll'lfS' !l1rnu,ul1 ilu' 1I!'lL'fllIl'l'iHg1 hulls nn flu' first rlny uf xrlzfml. an ,o THE PURPOSE OF COUNSELING is to help students become better adjusted to high school life. It involves helping them plan their high school work and voca- tional goals, and solve many of their personal prob- lems. Through counseling the students should be better able to understand themselves and to make their own decisions. During the second semester, time is denoted largely to helping the seniors with college entrance requirements. Incoming freshmen are registered and their orientation to high school is begun. Xllw lf. Cllr-11csxi,xN l'UIllI,W'l4S' will: XYIIAIA Klum almul luv fulurr' x'ur'uIimml plum. bl I'lIl'!'f'I' in .llmlirvll T1'r'lnmIn,gy is rlis- rmsvfl mmm: ll ,!I'llll1J nf int1'l'1'.x1r'fl s'fur1r'nIs. Guidance and CounseHng Sturm' s-wlimw Inkz' ,llvril lfxrlnlimllimrs' um ilu' IllSfl'!l!'flUlL3 arf' l'f'llll lay Xllss E, Clluisxixx. A FIRE TRUCK SIREN WAILS, the drum major's baton comes down, and a drum beat begins. Mt. Carmel High School's annual Homecoming Parade is underway for 1956! And, such an array of beauti- fully original floats Mt. Carmel has never seen! The prize winners, shown on these pages, and others, equally deserving, proudly roll up Market Street to meet with the crowd's approval. Only one other factor is needed to make the parade a success - feminine beauty. Presto! Four convertibles promptly appear on the scene gracefully adorned by Queen Phyllis and her royal court. We were proud, and justly so, of our Diamond Iubilee Homecoming Parade. 1956 Homecoming Parade nu:.u. -nw ,1 ENE' fl Y. llUI.FACHOlt, S. Bmuz, F. llU'I'll, mul P. MARX rzdc llutm Caulleafle Nw F. L. C. float iuclgccl, "13c'.st Carrying ou! I zum '- KA in rw 'f' . J? X : - if ,,u mi, X 4? 'z 1, .i . lk ' . f Qi EA 5 ?i '53 5. K X 2 4 if A , ,x ali? qv fu -5: , we ' ,f 3 AR jg 5 V '24 Homecoming Queen A SILENCE FALLS over the crowd as the announcement of the queen's court begins. With each presentation the tension rises higher and higher until finally the queen is escorted in amid the frenzied cheering of her classmates and supporters. The duties of the homecoming queen are taking her place of honor in the parade and reigning over the big game of the season that night. QUEEN ATTENDANTS g Left tu right: j. LANYHENCE, E. Blvixs, A. KEMPEH. Qumix PHYLLIS LACOXV, Senior Candidate. I A 14 WJ gjfsfwyn ""l'IllC TRAIL OF THE LUNESUME PINE" Junior Class Play - 1956 THE IUNIOR CLASS ot 1956, under the direction of MIss LAFERN WISE cmd Ann Weisenberger, the student director, presented, "THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PlNE", by Alice Chadwick. June Tolliver, SUE GOULD, born and reared in the Blue Ridge Mountains, is ignorant of the great outside world, its customs and manners. Sal Tolliver, MAIUORIE MAY, Iune's devoted sister, tries to educate June before she dies. Iack Hale, STANLEY JONES, a young Northerner, appears on the scene and falls in love with Iune. He tries to educate Iune even further with the help of Ann Saunders, SUSIE Woon, a northern school teacher, living in the moun- tains for a while. Further romantic interest is provided by Dave Tolliver, DAVID ELLIOTT, a distant cousin in love with Iune, and Loretta Tolliver, SALLY STECKLER, his mischievous sis- ter who is in love with Buck Falin. Uncle Billy Beams, BILL ORR, Iustice of the Peace, who has never arrested anyone and Ole Hon, JANET BIGG, his domineering wife, add to the comedy of the play, along with Ellie May, IANET WIL- LIAMS, their daughter, who "jest kayn't remem- ber". Iudd Tolliver, IAMES FITCH, is the stern father and Hannah Tolliver, HOXANNA BERRY, the ailing stepmother of Iune and Sal, and their youngest brother Bud, MARION IAMES, who shoots Ole Buck Falin and starts the feud again between the Tollivers and Falins. Actu- ally, Red Fox, CHRIS BosEcKI:R, who tries to be friends to both sides, kills Ole Buck after an argument about some coal on Falin's land. With his death, Maw Falin, ELIZABETH STOLTZ, a forlorn mountain woman, becomes a widow. The play ends happily with Iack proposing to Iune, and Loretta eloping with one of the Palins, thus ending the feud and restoring peace to Lonesome Cove. S XXUKHKI, C. BmN'L'k1'l'. qX. xX'1'i5l'lllll'I'Ql'I'. U. Ifllic - v fl' fff"?K .Q X, fx "Ht .sf ruff. fvfl In right: Xl. JAIIIIVN. 5. Slt'L'Lll'l', I iam.. 1 . K -s. ' '. . liz- ' Xhll x S Could S Ium 811171111 mu H ny I H1ug1,l'..htnItz. Nl. Xluy. ll11r'f1wu': ll. llltulu. B. Orr xll. lrrtl111J1r. I. lil--. H. Orr. I. Iwtrlu. 1'rm1I fllllk, lwft In r1,!l1!: ll. Bn-rry. 5. Sh-Lklvr. D. Iilllrtt wk mug Ia. Siultz. 5. jun:-s. S, Could. XI. 31.15. S. XV, 1 91 ,MJ Fl -4'f .fx And Holiday Frolics LATER ON IN THE HOLIDAYS, dances were provided for the teen-agers. The Elks very generously gave us a wonderful dance not soon to be forgotten. They not only furnished a very lovely dance band but there were plenty of refreshments to be had. This included such things as turkey, ham, soft drinks, and all the trimming. Special entertainment was furnished by volunteer students and alumni. Another dance was given by the Iob's Daugh- ters. It was attended by many of our present and future freshman. Much work was done in preparation for the coming evening to make it the special occasion it was. For many this was their first real formal dance. Tlu' !1HlllI,QI'l' .wt ix nn! In ln' lrft lH'lIlIllI us Ilawgf rlrmw' lllfllll Ilia' llulirlny. ylline Assembly AN ASSEMBLY WAS HELD this year for the purpose of presenting the 1957 Basketball Queen and her court to the high school stu- dents. The elections were managed and spon- sored by the Sibylline Staff. This was one of their main projects and proved to be the most elaborate Coronation in the history of the school. The attendants, dressed in a multiple of colored gowns, were escorted by members of the varsity basketball squad. Each took her place in a seat of honor and awaited the entering of the queen. As silence draped over the crowd the music seemed to take on a more beautiful and majestic sound as Her Majesty was announced. Senior candidate, Queen Eva Meritt was then presented amid a chorus of cheers and applause and began her reign over the day's activities. The quam and her ruurt were jirvscritvzl at thc' MI. Carmel-Salem grunv. QUE!-IN lixyx is HV!lllllfllt1llllfl'llU by Bun liltmvx, Flljiflllll of 1111- l'lIl'SlfU team. TO ASSIST IN THE CORONATION of the queen, Rae and Gae Gatewood acted as crown and flower bearers. That night. at the Mt. Carmel-Salem game, the queen and her court were again presented to the student body and also to the visiting fans. Their royal box was awaiting them as they took their places to reign over the game. Tut' lint xt flUL'lt'1' 7 Lvff tn right: E. Bixins. S. XYltitz-. Stvclilvr. S, lvrry. lf. F Xlvritt. ll. xYt'llll1lAlll. Lttwrvxictx H. lDt'l7llff'. ' ' Y i and ln-tm-rs lim- and Cm' Ct1tc'xx'uocl. Baslcetbal I UCZI1 , I' . vp. '4255 1' Ahffw, '-w x in N M H mff rd? Ar- ? an 1 ,. .... .. f "'- 4 an wp Basketball ueen EACH YEAR THE SIBYLLINE sponsors a queen to be picked from one of the four classes. Two candidates represent each class and later compose the court, with the exception of one, Her Majesty. The queen and her court were presented to an assembly and reigned over the Salem-Mt. Carmel basketball game. Miss Eva Meritt, candidate from the senior class, was this year's queen. ?'u"- ' iQ'6 req, M n 4 ,Zz ,,, if ,,f Z 5 Jr' nt? w Z 2 X . 4, A, , vyf, " 4 ,QA NE QUEEN ATTEXDANTS - Left In riglzfz S. 'll-rry. P. X'f'llllHilll. B. Deputy, S. Sta-cklvr, L. Bivins, S. NYl1ite, -I. Luwrcm-c. QUEEN EVA 5lElll'l"l', Sl'llflJl' Clllllllillllflh Z ln' nf lN.Xl,XN l'll.l,I7XIXN is ,S'lll7!L'll II" turing liwr lvifrz' .Sfllflllgl ,sliv lun 'un 1'11'r'inl into flu' .w4'i0ty. ,ffxyfv lf ' If ff!! t Aw ff .-"""d .rj ll' ff National H EIGHT YEARS AFTER the organization of the national group, 1VI.C.H.S. was given its charter in the tall of 1929. Since its inception, 480 students have been elected and initiated into the local chapter. There are 30 in this year's group of seniors taken into the society. Mem- bers have gone from this group into various businesses and professions. onor Society Among the objectives of the local chapter shall be the creation of an enthusiam for scholarship, the stimulation of a desire to render service, the promotion of worthy leadership, and the encouragement of the development ot charac- ter in the students. Election is made by mem- bers ot the faculty and the senior class. Scholarship - ervice - Leadership - Character OFFICERS Left to right: K. Schuh, Secrfflrlryq C. Alku. Praxi- rlvntg XY. Brown. X7il'C-Pfl'4S'il1l'YlfQ N. Smith, Tr1'a.x'r1rc'1. wus fllnxcrrt. INITL-xTINc: CZHOUP - Left tu riglllz L. Acrcc, L. Gooch-ck:-, C. Nic- Llllllllllill, Nl. Che-csnmun, E. Chcvs- man. I. Johnson. -I. Hum-y. Following tlu- cvrcmony thv newly- 1-lcctcd l1ll'lllbl'I'5 wcrc- congratu- hlte-cl hy fzunily and friends. y- .- W 3 2 K R NX Y fl M1 " ' A ' Ziff "H -- 5: ', D - ' wnvflwi " ' f W .. -::,- ,:m-:-:,:,,:,.-.:,i5- fggp .-5 4 ': ' . ' . ' ' x ' - . . -::2-9:222I"I,'I:IE-52:55-13 px,:2E,-ZE:Ii,:I:.:.:.'-:j-,':'E':-2.2 .. -, '- ,- . -"5r:'5-'::':':' ' . ' , 2' - - WM., Erw, .Qxg5553g m ' L w' 4, ywgeg , -:- -jj Qmwmfm 53 k , A Mmm me f .. ' , '1 ' W' ff ,F 'k , i S. ag, Y 3, 1' fi ' ?9?zg3g53 Eli ,, , V ,W X , K AKA S' lx llf l XII D Senior Clas 't Hu f rffwzlrrf fyffrl for XII: lx. llxltiirxlx, sin flmpfx th: fmlfflmml In IIl'llII'!'I' N47 P95 f Q7 s Play MANY TECHNICAL PROBLEMS had to be solved to present "THE ROBEH in the High School Gym. Costuming chores were delegated to members of the class and the homernaking depart- ment. Microphones were installed on the stage to amplify actors' voices. The original sound track from the movie was used to achieve the many special effects desired. Seven scene changes taxed the ingenuity of the crew and director. However, the art department gave unstintingly of its time, efforts and resources. In addition to painting backdrops, the students designed posters and other advertising media. KiKllIl.l. NfHIll'Hl 1lir1'1'l111' r1'lux'r'.s zluring luv' ,llzlnqf .s4'r'm'.x frmn Ifiw play r1'quir1'1l v'n.silir'1' inlwl- lllljlfillll fm' llll'IlllJl'l'X nf flu' mmf. ID. XY.Xl.I.Xf li mul 1lH'f!Ifi1ll1.Y jrum flu' 1If'flH'X, llwrr' nm' nf Iflvw' W'l'lH'X' ix .xx Il- 1.. lI'lll'!ll'.S'K'l1. 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