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

 - Class of 1958

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Academics xiN X12 X fag ww , Board of Education Bllfllllljl tlw llllll-llljllll nil to livlp fill our limi ul' wiwclmn 'mv rom lr"I In l"f',l X K . 1 . . f f I, I: . lurri Km-mpcrg Iilmu Cmimclyg Stunlvy lim-lu-rimtrig ltulwrt Orr, S11p4'rinlf'mlr'nfq lltmmlcl Smith. Prr ' lftmst liulai gffllfllflf' Nlix B'trv- -tml llwmltl tlkt 'SIIIVIIIJ 1' 1" . "" t 1 ,t . I 1. ,- A, -. we 1, , ,,... ,. 1 :GW .X 'N . Q ' - r' . Q W V nw FM .r..,,..,- ,, 'S reruns?- THESE MEN, as representatives of the people, direct one of the biggest businesses in Wabash County. The business administration alone in- volves operating school buses, directing em- ployees, and providing educational guidance and coordination for the teachers and princi- pals. Their progressiveness has been shown in many ways, such as the addition of laundry equipment and glass backboards for the phys- ical education department. These men and others like them who have contributed ot their time for the betterment of the community have provided the excellent faculty and educational program that we have been privileged to enjoy. We wish to thank them and express our appre- ciation for their efforts. UPON OUR THREE CHIEF EXECUTIVES rests the re, sponsibility of supervising the students, the faculty, and the curriculum. Certainly these three leaders are to be commended for setting a fine attitude and a high standard for the school in all things. In giving much time to make our school the best possible, they are making a contribution to our lamp of wisdom. ROBERT H. ORB. Slipcriritmiflerit of Community Unit School District 348. administers education :is clire-ctt-tl lmy tht- school board. C. BLISS TALLEY, Pfilllflllll of Bit. Carina-l lligli St-lmol, is directly rv- spunsilwlc for all activities at tlic liigli school. NIISS ELIZABETII CHEESNIAN. Ciillfflllllfl' Director and Student Coun- Cil Sprmsvr. greatly influences student activities and thinking. Administration L4-urning good sportsmanship and fail play are coupled with good times in thc physical education classes. The Faculty BMI I nglislz Buck lffltll017lllf1LS Brick Suem 1 ll will History C'uusx1A1N Amcmun History C UIIIIIIILC Xl Cnhhsxmix Lutm C011 xx llusu I ClKUNi lmr In an Ilisfnru f'oach Busltctlzull lhuszz al Izzlucutzon L C 1111 xi Spanxsli Pu ish Helping, mdixidlml students with their probltms is but 1 p :rt of the tr ichers uorlx B sc 111111 .- TEACHERS, SPONSORS, AND COMPANIONS are only ci few of the titles we can give to the members of the faculty. It is the responsibility of the faculty to keep a continuous flame burning in the lamp of wisdom. With this in mind, the faculty is always ready to help any student with advice and guidance. Keepers of The Lamp qi...-wr ,n!""' ZMFZ A. AW? 423' I l XV. G. , um' C ' 4 I '.' A 1,W,-'Q S. 1 . , li. . 11.1 ' -1 ' I ' 'f . W' li. , I lt. C,A'rEwooD is iii, i X 'X . I . . E. ix ni 1 I Z , gli' X . , - 5 J 1 a - -1 ' SPONSORING CLUBS is just one of the facultys many dut1es W1thout the1r help many organ1zat1ons would be non existent Chapcrronmg dances planning banquets prepanng a yearbook drrectlng plays pract1c1ng for muslc contest or concert or just lending a hand faculty members are always ready and Wllllng to help Patience and Constructive criticism is very impor- tant and necessary in Speech classes KII'ldl'l2SS Comm nh Health Coomnrzn Plzrfszcal hdunutwn llmmns ri Englxsh Speedz HAs1-A xn lull H0llIC77lIlk11l5 Busmess Unix AC Lu Business Nl llOLI1' IELD B ll-3111668 'Xl Ill-mu LR P11 ,mal l2llltl,llfl01l R linux A rzculturc oux Psudwlugy Plz meal Eduaanon C'oarh Football lrrult Preparing for band practlce IS part of the everyday routine of these girls V ' -1 ,Wi N ' ,'4f l A Xef . . X U: P4757 . XP ":' if 5' 'Q W mm 1242? jf mi . T V., Q. I I l '- .. 'igihge f 11.5 Q fri Q n ufewiw -. J - Q' KW it y., ix " ef' . 4 I , W ,Qi f 1 f 4 M 4 41? M1 ffl Observing and studying maps arc an important part of the VVorld History classes. COMPANIONSHIP is something every faculty member glves to cz student Not only do they CISSISY the students 1n classrooms but they welcome after class chats From these lnformcrl encounters around the school both the students and the faculty form Q Splfll of fellowshlp which 1n reality 1S the school spmt Counseling and Instruction I jouwsois. English C NiCLAUc HI ix Vlllhenmtu s Nloome Lfbfllfillil Phnknss Hum Hit r s Biology Rosh RUTLLIX 1- Bmlrlmg, Trades Diners-:fu 11 c7Ltll1IllflUlIS SNHTH 8611111 1 Dm 1 r s I'rummf. Srsvi ART E nglf sh Lib dw in biology is xlways 6XClf1Ilg but will it pmch? li" div llbnvn X45 1 Mt tv-4 , . , , , . I l . . , 2 . i' tg L I. , ' C f f' so . , . .. , V i ff ,Z f - , 'f If ' Q . , ' V , "'s A .l1lIf,IClllllfil'4S 7? el. 3 tiff H ff' 1 1 'f E. ' at , I . I 1' I . 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Graduates . . Class of 1958 POND MEMORIES of the happy moments of high school leave their imprint on our minds as we, the seniors, face the realization that the end of our high school career is approaching nearer with each day. Familiar spots in the school hold memories of occurrences which happened, some happy, some embarrassing, some hectic, some bothersome. Along with memories, we hold our accomplish- ments before us, reflecting things we did for the betterment of the school and for the advancement of ourselves. Our last year has been filled with new decisions and situations. Planning the senior trip for the satisfaction of all is one of the jobs confronted by our capable officers and sponsors. bm LH b'r1Qf:1u,k:n, an outstanding llll'lIl ot thi' class, won first plincv in tht lllts La-alclcrsliip Contcst. qi, Q 1 , X v.,,f, , 1 f ' fl .1 1 , 1 S i ww Mwifw., .46 Thi -ggi 15 l'xXXununi-x '15 V, .7 my ,Q . may ff agfif 17331 NW Y!! Lixiu 1.1-:ic .-X1.r:xAxm3u Girls' Glu- Clulm 1 2: Flute Trio 2 3: Girls' Org-lu-str.: 2 33 Band l 2 3 4: junior Play, Crm-wg Dc- lmtr- Gluli lg l".'I'. A. 33 District Xlusic L2 53. 'l'mm.-xx lllkliS'l'0N A1.1.iax D. O. I3 4. XX'xxim,x Su-3 Axxicxisimxii Girls' Glu- Gluli 1 2 3 4g Clioir 2 3 4: Bauul l 2 31 junior Play. Grvwz Svuior Play. Crvwg l". ll. A. l. Coxxiic Couzu Auxuru l'm-p Glulm 1 2. :lic ifx Nlklilli Asiuxx Girls' Glu' Gluli l 22. Iiuiunum llxiixix l3,xuui lslllilllilll l: l". lf. .-X. l 2 3 -l. X ICQ'-l,I'l'NlCll'Ill 4. K'-lli u xiii. D.-xx um B.xlu-1 lluvlwlliaxll lg Nutimmul llonor So- vic-ty 4. Scivm-v Cluli 3g Cuiiu-ru Glulx lg Iuclustriul Arts Glulm 2: junior l'l.u'. Crvw. Siriiclijx' KM' Bfxurt Pvp Glulm 1: Girls' Glu- Cluli 2 23: I". l..G. 2 F3 41 l".'l'.A. I3 4. Ltxlrx Sue B.Xlil.1-1'li'I' .. - . N i 1 Girls Glu' Clulm l 2 fy -1: lu T. A. I3 Al. Sm-011-tary -1: Gauuvru Clulm 2. K xi IIILIQINI-1 MMIII: BIZAI, Kit. Caruu-l lliglli Scluool l 2 3 4. AI.I,I3x RM' BECK H.-xii josh Football 3: Baslcctball Nianaiit-r 1. Lctte-rinan 11 Track Manage-r 1 2. I.:-ttcriuan 1 2. NI Club 2 T3 41 Boys' Glu- Club 1 2 3 4. Choir 2 3 4. National Honor Society 4: Dc-batc 2. F. L. C. 2 I3 4: Science Club -'31 Biology Club 2: Cainf-ra Club 2 3. Trvasiircr 2 13: Plio- tograpbc-r for Sibyllinc 2 3. vm' llAY BI-gI.I. National Honor Sociz-ty 4: Sci- cncc Club 3. PH IIIQIIMAN BI-ziusi-:RICH F. F.A. 1 2 3 4. Trcasurcr I3 4. Rox.-xxxa Ki-x1'IIm'N BERRY Class Treasurer lg Cirls' Clct- Clllll 1 2 34 Choir 2 P3 4: Saxo- plionc- Quart:-t 3 4: District Niu- sic 3 41 Statc Music I3 45 Cirls' Orcliz-stra 41 Bancl 1 2 I3 4g P4-p Band 4: National Club 13: Nation- al Ilonor Socic-ty' 43 junior Play. Cast: St-nior Play. Cast: Debate- Club 1: F.L.C. 2g G..-LA. 1 2 F3 4, Lettcrgirl 1 2 3 4. Biology' Club 2: Sibyllinc 3 4. Editor 4: Voice of Dcniocracy Award 4. CAIIoI.x'N S'rIzoc:xnINI-3 BLAIII CHI: Cirls' Cliff' Club l 2 35 F. ll. A. 1 2 3. IS FIIHDI-:Iuc:Ic HOSEIIKEIX Pep Club 1 2: National Honor Society 4: junior Play. Cast: F. L. C. 2 3 4. Science- Club G: Came-ra Club 2 3: Sibyllinc 3 4. DI-:I.nIM:II'I' 1,1-ililh' Biuxrzs Iunior Play. Crm-xv 3 4g Sc-nior I llay. Crcw' 3 4. Aariicn Exirznsox Bnowx. jn. lion XVII. Nou Bass-ball 2 3 4. Lcttcrlnan 2 3 41 NI Club 2 F3 4: Junior Play. Crt-yy 3 4: Scnior Play. Crcw 53 4: lII- clustrial Arts .Myarcl 2. I:II'r Owrgx Bnowx Football 2 I3 4. Lcttcrinan I3 Pl: Basketball 1. Track 2 3 4: N1 Club 3 4g Pcp Club 1: Inclustrial Arts Club 1 12: junior Play, Crcwg Sc-nior Play. Crcw: Bascball 3 4. 1.cttcrInan 3 4. MA LoIuIAINIL BROWN Band 1 2 3. NIA 11L'TlI BL'IucE'I'r Cirls' Cllcc Club 1 2 3: Clioir 2 3 4: Cirls' Orcbcstra 2 23 41 Band l 2 3 4: Pop Band -lg junior Play. Crcwg F. T. A. 3: F. H. .-X. 1 2 3 4, ,M f' ' 'A ff I. . ,L J .ff ' f f . 9 H UM . M 1 -f", 4-l E- gh, 'ig' QL if 'sw' pqunau. 3 NZ' ?' is -ii Q 'WWI 'V Iv' ,,,.w-s- sf, D? 'rms- ,ois Eihuxii C.-xiu-xx' I C.A.A. I 2. I.1-ttvrgirl I 2: F. T. A. 3. ItL"i'u IC1.1.r:x Cfxsiz Girls' Ulm' Clulm I 2 lm l"1.oui-jxfiie Pri.-nu. CTIIAPNIAX Class Tri-asurc-r 53: Girls' Ulm: Clulv I 2: Cirls' Ort-In-stra I 2 3 4: Corut-t Trio 3 4: Brass St-xlvt 4: District Nlusic 3 4: Stain- Klu- sic 31 Baml I 2 I3 -1: I'c-p Baucl F3 4: National Clulm 3: National Ilouor Socivty 4: Svuioi' Play Crt-W: F. L. C. 2: C. A. A. 2 3 4. Lvttcrgirl 2 F3 4: Iiioloux' Clulm 21 Silwlliuv 3 4. Assistant Ifclitor 4. IfI.lZABIi'l'H Ars x C1.Aiu4 Pc-p Cluln 2: C. A. A, I 2. Imttm-1" ffirl I 9' F II A 9 3 4 , -. . .. . - . I,HYI.I,IS -IEANN1-3 Co,u.i-2 Bit. Caruivl Iligli Si-liool l 2 S3 4. Xlictirxu, Fiuamziuczic CtJltNlKfK Football 2 3: Baskvtlmall I 2 SS: Pep Cluli I: National Iluuor So- ciety 4: F. L. C. 4: Biology Cluli 2: Came-ra Clulx I: Silvylluu- I3 4. Amar: Nlmuig Corczu Kit. Caruwl Iligli Sc-liool I 2 F3 4. Xlfaxim SUE Cowuxtz National Ilouor Son-ic-ty 4: Dc-- lwatc' Clulm I 2 53: I". I.. C. 3 4: C. A. A. I 2 53 4. I.vttt'i'gii'l I: F. T. A. 3 4. Tri-asurvr 4: Biology Cluli 2: Came-ra Cluli I 2 53. Vice'-Ijrvsiclviit 22 3: Silvyllim- 3 41 junior Play. Crm-xv: Svuior I'Iax'. Cast. ji-zum' Alxrox Cox FF A1934 Lvrss IJAIIIIICLI. Ciufxi Football I 2 3 4, I.vttt-riuau 3 4: Baskc-tlvall Ig Basvlxall 2 3 4. Lotte-ruiau 2 3 4: XI Clulu 2 I3 4: All-Statv Basclvall 3. ltoiueur D. Ctxxiscaiiaxl. -ln. Stuclvut Council 2 53: Footlvall I 2 3 4, Le'ttz'ruian I3 4: NI Clulm I3 4: Boys' Clem' Clulm 2 S3 4: Biology Club 2. DAXNIE LEE IDI-IAA'I'I"l' Class Tr:-asurcr 4: Footlmall I 2 3. Le-ttvrman 53: Baslu-tlmall I 2: Baseball 4: Track I 2: NI Clulm I3 -1: Boys' Claw- Cluln I 2. RM H-XI W V B xicimiu jyxii DKXKE1. National Honor Society' 41 Si-nior Play, Cre-wg FT..-X. 3 4. Lilira- rian 4: P.Il. A. 1 2 3 4. Presi- clent 3. Historian 4. u.o1'1'n Haw: F1es1.r:u Girls' Gln-0 Club 1 2 3 4. Clioir 2 3 4: Clioralaircs 3: Szixoplionv Quartet 3 4g District Music 3 41 State Music 3 4: Girls, Orulicstra l 2 3 4: Band 1 2 3 4. Pvp Bancl I3 4: National Clulv 2 I3 4. junior Play. Crew: Ss-nior Play. Crvwg Nlasquu' ancl Cayvl 4: lf. T. A. 3 4. xyxxim KICITH l7H:l.ns f, D. o. :3 4. :lumix Aww PWISKTHI-ill Cl. A. A. l 2 53. 1,1-ttf-1-girl l. Cirls' Claw- Clllll 1 2. C xi ri jo.-xx lwscziiicu Pop Cluli 22: Yational llonor So- rivty 4. Nlasquv ancl Claycl P3 4. llrfditlvilt 4: lr. L. C. 2: lf. T. .-X. F3 4. yum Luz FITCH Footlwall 31 Baxlu-tlvall 1: Nation- al Honor Socivty 4. junior Play. Cayt: S1-nior Play. Cast: It l. A, 3 4. Pre-siclffnt 4. D xxxx' HM CQHI-IH lfootlwall 1 2 3. Boys- Clm- Cluli l 2 3 4: Band l 2 33 41. Pa-11 Baull 1 .3 .11 Biology Cll1lii. W um XIILIIAI-ll. CLii.l. - A ULAIUN lfootlwall l 2 53 4. L:-tqflgiuaii 3 41 Baslu-tlvall 1 2 3 4. Lvttvriiiari 2 53 4g Bawlmall l 2 3 4. Lvttc-ruian l 2 fi 41 NI Clllli l 2 3 4: All cllllll-Q'lQ'llL'l' Baxlu-tlmll Tvain I3 1: All State- Bax:-luall Tc-aiu 23. xxiix gXI,l.I-1X Clol.nxi.xx XII. Cai'uu'l lliili Scliool l 2 3 1. S.w1m11.x 151114. flOl.llNIAN flirlx' tllw Cluli l 22 3. !3.x1x1c1. ll. floousox, ju. l". l". .X. l 2 3 4. Svutiiwl 53. l,IXIJ.X 511. C,o1'111r Yiiw--l'1'1wi1l1'11t 21 Stuclvnt Coun- 1-.l I 2 13. 'l'r1-11s11rc-r 53g Chvvr- l1'.1ll1'l' l 2: Xlaijorm-th'-41 Girls' . , -, . , 1 l'1' f lull l 9 's 4'Cho1r 9 'J 1' lIlNll'llllH'llllll liIlSl'lIll1li' 41 Bamcl 1 2 '3 I. Pup Bzuul -lg National Cllulw 41 National llonor Son-ivty .1 , ..."., ...-'- ig Alllllllil' Play. Cust: Sc-uior Play. x..1xt. Qllvm-ri Atti-111111111 1: l'.L.f1. u 7 g KL. ,-X. .-X. I g I3 4. Lottvrgirl l 2 -'31 lf. 'lf .-X. 4: Biology Cluh 2: Dixtriut Xlusic 4: Stzitc Nlusin' 4: Silvxlliuv 2 F3 4. flll.Xli1.0'Ik'I 11 Gnugx Nlt, Curmvl lligh School 1 2 3. C21-:xi-11.1, Bicnxlcir: Ciiruu Nlt, Cnrinvl High School 1 2 3 ll. llllXl.I.lh ANN ll1x1,1. 14 1 -1 -1- 14 II A 19 -11 qv. 1 1 , llo111f111 ll1f11A1.xx ll.XI.l, D. U. I3 4. ,lou-.1'111x141 Amxifs llAlUi1Cl.1. Clirl! Glu: Club 2 35 1f.'l',1-X. IS. LA1111x' lin' llixwr' Footlmull 1 2 I3 4. Lcth-riniui 2 3 4. Bl Clulb 2 53 4g Niltllllllll llouor Sooicty -lg lIlClllStl'l2ll Arts Awzircl S:'B.lsliCll3ull 1. G-X 'WE Sl'lllUl'N work to promolm- p1'oic-vis lllIll'll 111 raising lluucls to pay thi 11-rm-s ol thi- scuior trip. .1 .. QW.. VV! lawn.-x Surg Ilnizs Cirls' Clue Club l. iiomlin' Crgonnri Ilrgixrow Football F3 4. La-ttx-riuan 3 4. XI Club F3 4: SL-nior Play. Cn-xx. I..-xnm' XYMNI-1 Illrixx Biology Club 2. Alunior Play. Crow: Svnior Play. Cn-W. Doroiugs Hvru Iiiramxsox Crayvillt' 3: Pop Club l 2 3: Queen Attendant 3: F. ll.A. l. Gugxx Ai.1.i-Lx Iluprzixsox Bam-ball 4: Industrial Artx Club 1 2 3. Iixuxi. DAVID I1Isi.r3 New Albany, Incl. 1 -'Eg Mt. Car- inel, Ky. 2g Class Yicv-Pre-siclcnt 2: Student Council 1g Football 1 2: Basketball 1 2: Track 1 2, Boys' Glee Club 1: F. L. C. 1 2, Treasurer: F. T. A. 4: Caine-ra Club 1 2, Vice--1'rcsiclc:nt 2. -lor: DAvni Hoiurn Football. Managvr 2: llaslwtball. Xlanagcr 1: D. O. 3 4. III-:Lux ANN Howl-2 Niajorz-ttf' 3 4: Girls' Cllr-v Club 1 2 3 4: Clioir 2 3 4: Girls' Sm- tvt, Accoinpanist 3 4: Cboralaircs 3: Instruinvntal Enscinblv I3 4: Girls' Orc-lu-stra 1 2 3 4: Band 1 2 3 4: Pc-p Bancl l 2 3 4: Nation- al Club 2 3 4: National Honor Soc-ivty 4: District Music 1 2 3 4: Statc Rlusin' 1 2 3 4. Ylfllll.-Xlr F.'n'r: llL'1.F,xctuon Pop Club 2. Girls' Glu- Club 2 3. National Honor Socicty 4: -lunior Play. Crcw: F. L. C. 2 3 4. Trvas- urvr. xl1L'U-1lI't'Sillt'I1t 4: F. T, A. 3 4. Vice-l'rc-siclvnt 4. Sibyllinc- 23 41 Bc-tty Croc-lu-r ilonu-inakcr ol' 'IQUIIXOITOXV Awarrl 4. Rox.-xl.n Evra!-ixri I1L'Xc.1-inroun Football 1 2 3 -1. L1-ttcrnian 3 41 Basketball 1 2 I3 4. I4i'11l'l'IIIill1 3 4: Baseball 1 2 3 4. 1..l'ttl'I'lIIilIl 2 53 4: Tran-lc 1: XI Club 2 3 4: How' Clvc Club 2 I3 4. -lonx Tnoxms Ixcaa.-mi Football 1 2 53: Trac-lx I 2 53: In- clustrial Arts Club l 2 3 4. NI xirox RAY jnuzs Hasvball 4: junior Play. Cad. Crt-xv 2: St-nior Play. Cash Sibyl- line 4. w. 2 V Wh- ! ' inf Q7 1 Sanur SUE jfxxusox Decatur Central, Indianapolis, Indiana 1 2 3: Pep Club 2 3: Nlajorette 1 2 3: Girls' Glee Club 1 2: Girls, Sextet 2: G. A. A. 1 2 3 4, Lcttergirl I: F. T. A. 3 4. jonxxx' Mmuox JOHNSON Student Council 2: Football I 2 3, Letterman Basketball 1 2 23: Track 1 2: M Club 2 3: Boys, Glee Club 1 2 3 4. SANDRA LOUISE KEENAN Girls, Glee Club 1 2 3: Senior Play, Cast: Queen Attendant 2: Debate Club 1: G. A. A. 1 2 3 4. Lettergirl 1 2 4: Biology Club 2: D. O. 4: Sibylline 4. Eucarzxu O'rTo Kizi-:mis Basketball Ig D. O. 3 4. livin' DAVID Klccirr National Ilonor Society 4: -lun- ior Play, Crew. l5.uiis.xli.x SUM Kim. F. L.C. 2 3 4. .IANICI-I LAXVIKIQNCI-I Kl.IClNhKTHlKIlD'I' Girls' Gler- Club 1 3 4: Clioir 2: Queen Attendant 3. KIENNETII KAY KI.liINSi'IIXIllYI' Basketball 1: D. O. I3 4. Emvaun DAL:-1 I..ANlHI'llI'l' Band 1 2: F. F. A. 1 2 I3 4. Presi- dent 4: Agriculture Award 4. liiczn.-um LM: I.A'l'ii.xsi Football l 2: Industrial Arts Club l 0 jaxu-:s Nlfxumcziz Li'riuM:ni.ANn Football I3 4. Letterman 4: N1 Club 4: Band 1: Industrial Arts Club 2 3. Laxxx' G. Locks Football 1 2: Basketball 1: Base- ball 4, Letterman 4: M Club 4: Biology Club 2: Industrial Arts Club 1 rx llllI1'lllN "rl-1'I I5 tum-u 1-1.1111 N Irlfurl It tlnvlr Imulu-rx Im' qua I u 114 In-N ul un Clilw lxwrmflrrrl IJ:-lull' tI.f- , 'M ' 4., V ,, f., " I fgvffif .4 nd 'iii is -ar .199 ig fb 1555, WN Aff .11..1. , , v 1 1 1 X IW. , Zgxsigv lhxun I'.xL'l. LL'c:.Axs Y:lIiUu.1I Illunmr Suvivlx 4: If. If. 1-X. I. Hmlugy Clula 2. lim' XIKICIUIRE Claw I'rr'sicIc-ui 4: Stuclz-ut Cuuu- eil 4. Yin-1--I'rf-xiflvrlt 11 link'-'. lmll I 2: Bus:-111111 53 -1, l,l'fU'I'lllLl!l .w - - 1 In 4. NI C.IuIm 3 41 Xillllllllll Ilmm- nr Society 41 Senior Play. Crm-wa I". If..-X, I 2 3. Prvxiclvnt 53. Rum-7u'r 1-X1.mix XII XV11.1.l.-nts Ilaukc-tI111II I 2. IucIust1'i.lI .Xrtx Club 2. 1 ml Af 1 f 1' Iv:xw.'l'1l Xhjcms CIN X111--I'1'wlclc'l1! 41 Bzlvlmull -3 4. Lvttvrluuu F3 41 XI Clulu I3 1: Biulugy Cluln 21 Iumlustriul :Kris f.IuI5 1 2 1. Llxnu I,uL' Xlxnx Xuliuuul Ilmwr Sm-ivix '11 If. I.. Cf. 2 34: 11.1.41 I 213 1. I,1-l- ll'I'2ll'I I 2 fm. Irm-auurvx' 11 In I. .-X. F31 Silullim 4. XI.XliVlUlllI-I ANN Xl.-XY Clirls' CIM' fflulm I 2 3: Xuiiou- .II Ilnuur Sm-lfty 11 ,Iuuiur I'Ialy. Cfqxtg I". I1.K1. 2 'S 1, XvIL'1"l,I'1'NI- clvut '31 I'n-sul:-11t ,lg fl. A. -X. I 2 1 11. I,+-ttvruirl I 2 'I 11. Silmjlllm- 'S 1. Iillmnewx XILIIIAQVI' 11 It I..X. 11. .N Iimxrnx Imlx Nh-mu IJ, O. 3 -1. mlm: lf l,.xX ox NlIl.1 I-Ili Xl11i1m-ttv 3 4. Clirli CIM- Clulr I 2 Q 1: I5.uImI I 2 -m 4: -lllllllil I'I.15'. Crux. C1uue'r.m Clulu 2. Bur-nm Axx xIfrBI.FX' IH-p CIuI1 21 Cirlsv Ulu- Clulv I 3-'3'1'f' X -X 1-If ll -X I '7 I Nou. EDXVARD NIORIKIS Bascball 4. BAiuaAixA .IEAN INIOYER Pcp Club 2: Girls' Glu- Club 1 2 3 4. GA. A. 1 2, Lt-at-rgarl 1. BARBARA ELLEN lxllil-LLY Stuclcnt Council 2: Girls' Glcc Club 1 2 3 4: Clioir 2 3 4: Girls' Scxtct 4: Clioralaircs 3: Instru- mental EIlSl'l1ll5l? 3 4: Girls' Or- clicstra 1 2 3 4: Band 1 2 3 4: Pt-p Band 4: National Ilonor So- cicty 4: Dc-batc Club ln District Music F3 4: Statc Music 3 4. ROBERT VVILLIABI Om: Junior Class Presitlcnt: Stuclcnt Council 3 4. Treasurer 3: Foot- ball Manager 3 4, Letterman 3 4: Basketball Manager 4, Letter- man 4: M Club 3 4: Cornet Trio 4: District Music 4: Boys' Or- chestra 4: Band 1 2 3 4: Pep Band 3 4: National Honor Socio- ty 4: Iunior Play, Cast: F. L. C. 2 3 4: Biology Club 2: Sciencc Club 3: Camera Club 2 Prcsi- X dent 2, Secretary 3: Sibyllinc 4m STLPHEX FREDERICK PARTEE Basketball 1 2 3 4. Lcttcrman 2 3 4. N. E. C. Second T1-am F3 4: M Club 2 I3 4. -Xi. YA PERRY SHERBIAN Girls' Glcc Club l: G. A. A. I3 4. Lcttcrgirl 53: F.ll..-X. l. Iii AWK bllCHAElr PETER Mt. Carmcl lligli School l 2 3 4. PEC Cx lj.-XIILENE PnEBL's Girls' Glcc Club 1. lX.-KTHIIYN TXIAIUE Pom. Mt. Carmel High School 1 2 3 4. A nuinlwr of senior boys intcrcstctl in agriculturc got currcnt information from the agriculture- tcaclicr, Mn. Invix. 5? rl.-'KNHYI-I xl.-XHIIC Itanrgix Stuclc-nt Council 21 Girls' Glcc- Club 2 3: SL-nior Play. Cast: Nlasquc and Cavcl 3 4. Sccrc- tary'-Trcasurz-r 4: F. T. A. 3. F. H. A. 3a F. H.A. 1 2 3 4, Prui- clcnt 2 4. Vic:--Pre-sirls-nt 3. lhflranri FRANK HAM-in Xit. Carnicl lligli Scliool l 2 3 4. Bu.i.u-1 ji-:Ax Ri-im. Girls' Cllr-if Club 1 2 -'31 Bancl 1 2 53 41 junior Play. Crcwz F. T. A. -31 F, H. A. 1 2 I3 4. S1-cr:-tary 4. jrgssri lin' Itizi-:vi-Ls Football 1 2 3 4. Lcttcrnian 3 4. All-Conference Football TL-.un 41 Baslcctball Managcr 3g Track 1 2 3 4. Lcttcrnian 2 3 4g Ni Club 2 3 4. P1-p Club lg Boys' Gim- Club 1 2 3 4: Cboir 2 3 4: Scn- ior Play, Cast: F. T. A. 3 4g Bi- ology Club 2: Caincra Club 2. Industrial Arts Club l 2 3 4, Sccrm-tary 2g All Conference- Foot- ball Honorable Nicntion Sig All Statc Football Honorablr- Xlcn- tion 43 Inclustrial Arts Award 2. Chix.-xl.ii Ll-:E llrrzu F. T. A. 3 4. S.-tn.-x JAN:-:T Rican Girls' Glcc Club l 2 I3 4: Clioir 2 53 41 Girls' St-xt:-t 3 4. Clioral- aircs 2 53g Flutc Trio 2: District Music 2 3 4g State Music 3 4: Band 1 2 3 45 National Club 3 4. Pre-siclcnt 4: National Honor So- ciety 4. Sccretarvg junior Play, Cast: Svnior Play. Cast. F. L. C. 2: F. T. A. 3 4. Biology Club 2. I,.-mm' jon-3 Rua: S1-uior Play. Crt-wg F. F. A. l 2 Fi. Scntinvl 2. Svcre-tary 3: Biol- olgy Club 2. Iioxx lilvlill linens G. A.A. I 2 3. F,'l'. A. fi. Di-:roiu-is ANN Honixsox Girls' Glcc Club I 2 3: liantl l 2 3 Dos Lrixfts lioixlxsox Stuclcnt Council 3: lioxs C-lcc Club 1 2 3 4: Choir 2 3 4: Brass Svxtct 4: District Music 41 Boy s' Orclicstra 3 4: Band 1 2 3 4: Pvp Band 2 3 4: National Honor Socit-ty 4. Prcsiclvnt 4. junior Play. Crcw: Scif-ncc Club 3. Cu.uu.k:s Fiirgiii-:unix Pioomzns National Honor Society 4. Yicv- Prcsiclcnt 4. -IUIIY I-'n.xNKl.lN lh"r'rl-in Football 1 2: Baslwtball 1. Bi- ology Club 2, .ap 3 5 a ug" ATAHY ELLEN SAWYER Girls' Glee Club 1 2, Hand 1 2 3, F. T. A. 3. Cam. WVALTEH SCHONAMAN Student Council 4, Football 2, Basketball 1, Boys' Glee Club 4, Masque and Gavel 4, F. F. A. 3 4, Industrial Arts Club 1 2 3 4. President 4. Paul. DAVID SEALs F. F.A. 1 2 53. C.uuxo1.1. CEM-3 Sismunr Football 1 2 3, Pep Club 2: Boys' Clee Club 1 2 3 4, Choir 2 3 4, Band 1 2: Science Club 2, ln- clustrial Arts Club 3 4, Reporter. SHARON KM' Sl'IIBl'Ili'l' C. A. A. 1 2, Lettergirl l 2. C.x1.x'1N C1.Aiu-LNCP: Sl-:x'Hol.n Football 3 4, Letterman 3 4, Nl Club 3 4. Rlrtuaim DEAN SHAW Boys' Clee Club 3 4, Industrial Arts 1. Euxxsr EUGENE SHEPHAIKD junior Play, Crew, Senior Play, Crew, F.T.A. 3 4, F. F. A. l 2. CARL IJONALD Smcan Football 1 3 4, Letterman I3 4, N. E. C. Second Team 4, Bas- ketball 1 3 4, Letterman 3 4, N. E. C. First Team 4, Baseball 4, Track 3 4, Letterman 3 4, M Club 3 4. Lanai' NEIL SLoss Band 1 2, Industrial Arts 1 2 53, Reporter. THOBIAS Born SM1TH Student Council 4, Boys' Glee Club 4, Junior Play, Crew, Sen- ior Play, Crew, F. L. C. 4, In- dustrial Arts Club 1 2. ABZELIA FAY SPOND Junior Play, Crew, Senior Play, Crew, C. A. A. 1 22 3 4, Letter- girl l 2 3, F. T. A. 3 4. T-i To pri-purv lor 4-nllf-ge' work. lfnllisli IX' t-ldxws lc-.irn tn lmvttvr 1-xprwx tl11'iim'lvc'N in xpculciiiu unfl writinl. ig mm ww' ' ' 5, HA In.-xxrzi-Qs S'ri-:c:K1.i1n Stuclcnt Council 1 2 3 4, Prvsi- clc-nt 4: Clic-1-rlm-uclm-r 1 2 IE: 51.1- jorcttf- 2 3 4: Girls' Cllr-cf Cluli 1 2 3 4: Clioir 2 S3 4: Cirls' Or- cliostra 3 4: Buncl 1 2 3 4: Xu- tionul Honor Sm-im-ty 43 -Iunim' Play, Cast: Svniur Play. Crr-xv: Qucen Attendant 53: llvlmtn- Clnlm 1 2 3: F. L. C. 2 3: C. A. A. 1 2 3 4, Lettergirl 1 2 3g F. T.A. 3 4: Biology Club 2: Elks, Lc'z1cl3i'- crsliip Award 4. El.1Z,xBETH ANNE S'ro1.Tz National Honor Society 4: ,lun'm' Play, Cust: F. T. A. 3 4, llistur- ian 4: F. ll. A, 1 213 4. l':1rli'nm-n- tariun 2 4: St-in-iiw Clula 2: Cmn- vru Cluli 1 2. llrilci-iialri' Lille S'I'liIiIKl.IN Studs-nt Council 1: lfmitliwll 23: Barska-tlmll 1 2: Truck Mzlimgvr 1 2. Lette-rinzin 1 2: X1 Cluli 1 2 3 4: National llunor Socivty 4: Sciviiu- Cluli 2 53: Biologx' Lluli 2: Siliyllinc' 4. Khin -lo S'1'i1L'm.i-1 Girls' Glu- Clulv l I3 4: Cliuir 4: C. A. A. 1. Turin XYMNEL SL'T'l'0X Nlt. Cairnivl lliqli Srlirml l 2 'I 1. Snfximx ,ILNE Sxxiarr-al.r:x Girls' C11-0 Cluli 2 53. liUlll'Qll'I lirmixr 'lxiixwias Fmtlmll l 2 T3 4. 1.1'11i'l'llhlll I3 1: Hnxkr-tlmll 1 2: 'l'r:u-lx 2: Xl C.lulm I3 4:1-.I:.A.12f34. XYANUA JEAN Tlffh C. A, A. 2 53. Ls'ttc'l'girl FS: l". Il, A. 1 23 4. lli-:HN VlwlXIlHiHl..XkIf Xlt. C:u'in1-l lliuli Svliunl l 2 5. jofxx CAIioI.E VANIn5x'I3Ix Girls' Glcc Club 1 2 3 4g Choir 2 3 4g Instrumental Ensemble 3 4: Girls' Orchestra 3g Band 1 2 3 4. Pep Band 4g National Club F3 -1: F. H.A. 11 District Music 3 44 State Music 3 4. lloNAI.IJ RM' XVAIXER Mt. Carmel High School 1 2 3 4. XVAYNE KEITII XVEIII Band 1 2. ANN blAItll-I VVI5IsIiNIaIsIIc1-:Ii Girls' Glee Club 1 :Z 3 4g Choir 2 3 4g Girls' Sextet 3 4g Choral- aires 34 National Club 43 Na- tional Honor Society 4g junior Play, Student Directorg Senior Play. Proinpterg G. A. A. 1 2 3 4, Lettergirl 1 2. F. H.A. 1 2, Treasurer 2g District Music 3 45 State Nlusic 4g Sibylline 3 4. BII.1.IE NIAHIE XVEI.1.s Class Secretarv 24 Student Coun- cil 1: Football Queen 4g junior Play. Crewg Senior Play, Promp- ter: Queen Attendant 2g F. L. C. 2 3. Secretary 33 Camera Club 2 3. Secretary 2, President 3. CII,'IIII,I-:s RICIIAIQII XVHITTEN Boys' Glcc Club 1g Industrial Arts Club 4. The public phone is il usc ful conun icnce for students who I x portant "business" to transut M nw.. We Cxmu. AIAICJHINI-Q XYli.Kixsrw P1 p Clulm 2. Clirlf Cllm- Clulm 1 2 ID:-.inzu Lixx XXii.i.i.u1x Cjhw S11-rf-tary 4: Stuclvnt Coun- itil 2 3 4. Sm-ri-t.iry' '35 Pc-p Clulm 2: Clirlx' film- Clulm 2 3 4. Clioir 3 4: Xlltlfllllll llnnur Sm-ic-ty 4: Svuirmr l'l.1y. Cust. Niiuqilr- uncl flux-ill 4: l". L. C. il lf. ll. A. F3 4. .. , . X it-1'-l T1'Nlfll'Ili 4. -l.XNl'.'I' K.-xx' XYii.I.iAxis Cluw 'l4f6'1lSllI'Pf 21 Student Coun- t-il 3 4. Sci-returv 4: Cliccrlcaclcr l: XI-ijurette F3 41 Girls' Clot- Clulu 1 2 53: Instrunic-ntul Enscm- lilc.-N 4: Band I 2 53 4. National Honor Sm-icty 41 junior Play. Cust: Svnior Play. CuSt: f2llf.'PYl Attvmluxit 11 Dc-lmutc Cluli 1 2: Cl. A. .-X, I 2 P3 4. Lvttvrgirl 1 2 3. l'rc-Qiclm-iii 4: Ii. T. ,-X. 3: D. A. R. Axvurcl 4. District Xlusic- 1: Stati- Nlusit 4: Silmylliue- 2 F3 4. lifJNl'f ANN XYi'i'sxi.-xx Cflrlx film' crlllll l 23 l'. IUC.. 2 -ag fi. A. A. l 2 -iz l'. l.rX. -'1 4. Xivxlu Stxxx XXVOUIJ Clirls' Kllw- Clulm l 2 3 4: Clmii 2 3 4. Girls' Svxtvt 4: Inwtru- me-ntul Ensc-mlilcw 4: Girls' Or- clicstru 4g Band 1 2 3 -lg Nation- al Club 4: junior Play, Cast: Dc-- lxute Club 1 2 3. F.L.C. 2 3g F, T. A. 3. Song Leader 3g F. H. A. Sq District Music 41 Stutf' Nlusic 4. lim' Nlctfluiiiilg, :ui mitstamcliiig st-nior lmoy won tlie 1-itil:-nsliip uwnrcl pre-sc-ntc-cl lay tht- Nlt. Carina-l -Iuuumr Clizuulivr ut Cuiiuiu-rL'1'. pf. ,, 5 gn iv n ,, ,ix . o 5 Ars.. . ,nf ifpiv iv 1 Q I if ' .frm-. fl' 79-e M. W' .luniors . . Class of 1959 UNDER THE LEADERSHIP of its class officers and sponsors, the Iunior Class has achieved many of the goals which were set up for them. Among these is the right to be called "upper- classmen". The junior year is the working year. The ultimate toward which the class reaches, is the Iunior-Senior Prom. This is the crowning event of the year and much effort and hard work are put into it. During the foot- ball and basketball seasons, the majority of the concessions are run by the Iunior Class to raise money for the dance. CLASS OFFICERS-Sfuncling, lvft to right: Pat Cun- ninglmm, Prrfsizlcrxfg Larry Lankford, Vive President: Kliku llering. Tl'L'!lSlll'L'fg jucly Frunkiln. Secretary. Svutvrl. lvff tu right: Nlr. Smith, Nliss llolifit-lrl and Nlr. Irvin, Spon.sur.x. ,ll'l!l'l'Il Al,lrlJliEIXLl', Br-Lvl-:1i1.x' A1,1.1cx Louisa ALLEN ltoxloxx A1.1.1-ix DUNN.-x fxllNUl.I! Mfxxmu limulzu Iiimu-3 BAM: Drzxxls 15.-xnxrzu CllAHl.l'1Nl'1 Brnum XYINNIH BEHHI-Illliiil -lovczii Brgnm' l3AiuxA1tA Blum. l,llYl,LIS Bisum' 'Hum' Bosuzxriiz lJ.XYlll BRAMLEI' lilcziimm l31tAxm1uoL'iu: Svslrz BRIDGES lnxltltx' Biuraras lCi.mcn'r linosuzn rllIillRY Bnosricn C.Xll0I.YN Bnmvx Alu l'll.l..X Bnowx wlL',xNl'l'.-x BROWN XX'l1,lsL'u Bltoww Alvin' BL'miE1.l. SlIllll.l:IY BL'l!'l'OX ffl..-XFIIIA C,xs'1'r11.o ylvm' C01-'iflxra Dum ClUXli"I'0N l.xmu' Coxn.-xm Alumni Cooxlun Wluuxwx' Cllillillllt SANIDILX Ct'l.x'i-in l'.x'l' cll'NNlXl,II.XXl Clftli. Iluis Nli1:i.x'.x Dfxvrs IDU.-xxia Drgisnigu Krzxxrzru D1flSIiEli Rm lore DII.I..XlilD lit x Doxmzs IJXYICLHT DOUt:1..xS REBECCA DUNCAN ,Q 'av f"'9 an C7 4,1 G,-.av GU fav", ' -mf" Tx ' .-.,f i i - 11122. I A , 1 Q " 4 3 bl X A, S x" - 1, 1 , ,A1,,, I I l E f A 'A W' , ' .U A , ' W Q 1 5 Q 1 Q W A Hi 0 f kv fs H, .2:' 1 'J-'f -- -"A ' lk h f,..,,1'f' Y Class of 1959 BY WORKING TOGETHER, a greater under- standing cmd friendship among classmates bind the class more closely and enable it to work even more efficiently. The Iunior Class is represented in almost every organization in the high school. ln the sports department, for example, the juniors have many outstanding athletes of whom we are justly proud. In all fields, the juniors are striving to learn. By look- ing to the seniors for occasional aid, we are growing into a mature and well-rounded class who are ready to accept their responsibilities as next year's seniors. Q .Pi ' if Tuking at brief rest lmetwc-cn L-lzisxvs am-. lvff to liglt': Suu hlILLSP.-AUGII, jonx Nuwiuiui and BILL EAKIB. l5icuN,um Drxm-zu. jo ANN lDUNKlCl. Blu. EAKIN CAno1.x'N ELIJICIK Clcomsi-1 Ew,x1.n Krirrn l'll'II.DBlAN Tom lflsman !'Un'l'Iss l"l.m'lm -Irm' FIKANKLIN DUN l"UNKnoUsr:n Nl,uu:.mm' Goolmm' Bon KIOULD ltlrtumm IMI.:-1 VIOIINNY llfxmus S1'sxN llxutltls Mlm: ll.xn'r Nlxm' Sur: Ili-3A'rr31i X'1QnNoN Hr:Nzr: low llr:Ns0N hlllili llEmNr: l3Ii'l'rx' Ill-insnlxl-:mal-in AXVANDA lloctxmilczmx INMA llocK1Nc S'r1-QLLA H0l.IJElXBAUKQH ji-:noni-3 lloUc:mNs Blu. HUDSON Il.-xltlmlix llUNGl'1llFOllI7 Num,-x IIUNT RUTH ANN -lnlrzs ANNPLTTIQ KEXiPEll SHHLA KIEFFER Smemn' K1Nr: IJIXII-1 KIRKIKIAN PETER KOLB SARAH Knut: L.uim' LANKFonn LINDA Lieiem' FHANCI-:s Lmnmc Fluen LINXXVILER XVILLIARI LIPSCOMB llumem' Locks: Bm'r1nm' LUCAS 9 A 'J 5 r .144 J ...ff l - f xl A 0 Cf f AWXW ' Z ., I ,.:, A fm 3 f' ,, 4' ff J 2 fy I , V , V? wf4'g 4 V ml W ta I' M-...W , V -4h-V iff-' . ,' if W2 .. , . +V f v K vary! ,Y C 3 1' : x ,ik f :L Va' nf' ,M H Q73 V -:rv , I' af W W -so ' 6 , f 4- 22 , , f xl I , ' ,ii 'x . ' 2 v kv 6 K If 41- an 4 34 .. ff 'uf ffj 'W f 1 wif 1 'wwf' 4 s ,W ' N" ' 4 f Z 62 1 K W 'ite 1 , 5? ,Q fan , mn W 1 15 'V' A A ...nf V, , .I , , ' 'AAA , M , -f ef ' 1 M- I ..,,A ' , 5. A1':f Q, . .V E, vu ,Z ,Q ? IRA fm at M 4 ffl ' , H V gen O an + 1 Class of 1959 THE 1957-58 IUNIOR CLASS wishes to take this opportunity to thank the faculty, especially the Iunior Class sponsors, for the co-operation they have shown the past year. Without the aid and instruction of these teachers, many of the class projects would not have proven successful. As this year draws to a close, it brings the juniors closer to that precious and most longed for Senior year. Iust a little anxiety is mixed with anticipation as we look forward to the close of this year and the beginning of the last step of our formal education. KENNETH NICKAY BEVERLY MCNEW ELLA NIABRY SANDRA lNlARTlN MARIE TWTASON JUDITII NTAXFIICIJD BARBARA NIILLER SARA MILLSPAUOH RITA TXIORRIS RE?- is gms .1.' . A M if , . flifia, auf- : 1' TOM MORELAND FRANCES MOIKROXV TOM MOWATT ANNE NEWKIRK JOHN NEWKIIXK ORN'ILLE NYE RUTH ANN ODEN TEDDY PADGETT EVELYN PAYNE TOM PAYNE EDDIE PEACH SHARON PENROD SANDRA PERRY DON PETERSON .IAMI-is l'HII.LIIfs .IEANETTE PRICE CIAROLYN HANKIN SANDRA REEL -IANICE REISINGI-ll! DIOHN RIDENS -IUDY HISLEY FRANCES ROSIGNOL BOB SALES HAROLD SAINIPSON CLAUDIA SINGER JACK SINGER CARY SPRAY BETTY STOLTZ GltETCHEN TAYLOR SHIRLEY TAYLOR SANDRA TERRY TOM TRAPI' -IERRY TURNER ESTIII-Ili XVADDLE LINDA XVALTEH NOYELLA VVILLIAAIS JANICE VVOODS MARJORIE XVOODS ROY VVOODWARD DINAI-I VVHIGHT DANNY YOUNG wif K' 'ww' ff' 'bf ' Q C7 f'N S' wk ,Q ,dv . ' ' 'QI fs A 0 . 1. . ... ,-w... 4? 'K '...' , ,,jwf51j, 4.Z..1f4' ff W 2 f f 'I A ' '. WG, .,-" . A' ' I . 'V' . mf 0 ' sophomores . . Class of 1960 WISEB AND MORE EXPERIENCED, we, the sophomores, faced our second year of high school with an assured feeling. We can now look back on our first year with humor and more maturity than we ever before possessed. Since we entered this school only last year, we recognize the feeling of despair and confusion suffered by the freshmen. Many of our group have risen from the obscurity, suffered by most freshman, to become leaders in clubs. Leader- ship and scholarship are our ideals. OFFICERS AND SPONSORSg left to right: Kitty Frick, l'if'c'-Prc.YiflL'rIlg Miss Nl. Clll'L'SllIllll, Spmzsorg Stvvc Smith. Pl'4',Sllfl'llfj MI: llusm-, SpmI.s'm'g Phyllis l,kll'li6l', Sl'C'l'l'fIll'UJ Joyce- Brown-1', Tl'L'U.S1ll'Ul'. ' RAYBIOND ALLEN GENE ANKENBRAND GEORGE ANKENBRANIJ CAROLE APPLEBY RON ASHBY BILLY BAGXVELL GENE BAILEY JON BAIRII ANNE BARRIER SUSAN BI-:AL CAROLYN BEARII LARRY BEARII IIELEN BENNETT Bl.-XRY BERRERICII ELIZARETII BIYINS SHARON KAY BOIJLE FRANCIS BOSECKI-IR JOYCE BREXVER DON BRONYN JIM BROXYN KENNY BRONYN LARRY BUBII' ROIIERT BURTON BOR BYRII JANIE CALYERLY RICHARD CAMPRELL PAULA CARTER JO ETTA CHAPMAN RUTH CLARK KATHERINE CLEAIKX' DONNA CLELI LYNN COLEAIAN KENNETH COLLINS JERRY COX RUTH ANN Cox JEFI-' CRUMI' LARRY CURRAN JERRY DAGLEY JOHN DANIEL CEORCGE IJAYIS ROBERT IJEISHER BONITA IJEPUTY BILL DKJANE PAUL DOSSETT EUGENE IJUNN NJINI EATON PHYLI.Is EGGERIIEGIIT AXIY EYYING GERALD FISCHER KITTY FRICK JERRY F ULLI-Ill IJARRELI, c:EllliET BILLY flO0lJSON JOHN GOULII ROGER CZRAY SIIIRLEY GREEK JIMMY CIXYYN BILL IIAGKLER CLAIRA IIALL RI-:NA HAMIYION JUDY IIARMON KENNY HARRIS FRANCES HEDGE lx EI 'f-as ri, I ' R 3 21 -,D A A .,.. ,.. , testi, L Z 1 in QW qua- 151 Q- MI, an-' VJ 'fm "Y Aw er- ,sign-1 iowa ,1 'sr D3 'G' 1 WW 1 51-"""x, la 'IP-9' .1-"ff an C"Y uv Ay 2' M d ,gn an In V11 TY? S .Cl i nc. , ,.,.-.-v ,- 11' .4 'Y 1 90' 'Q 'ww 'Q-'V if 1 lr 22,21 L Class of 1960 DETERIVIINED to be the most active class yet. We enter into all student activities with enthus- iasm and vigor. Through the efforts of our class, we constructed a float for the Homecom- ing Parade. Election time for class officers brought a display of our enthusiasm by carn- paign posters and slogans for our favorite can- didate. We feel the need of good leaders and strive to elect the ones best suited for the of- fices. Our accomplishments act as a gauge for our success. This vlzlss of st-cond year Latin SlllLli'lllS is intm-ntly trzms- luting tht- sturics ul' Can-suns Cnllit- wars. j,xc:Qur:L1Nr: IIEIAI Rom-:NT Ilmism' CAHLENE H1-:Ns1cK LINDELL IIERING xl.-SRlI.YN Hass DAN llICKS IEANNE HICKS RUSSELL ll1cc:1Ns LINDA ll0I.Ll-iN Ktuucx llOL'l'SCI.AXV Sus llOL'rst:1.,xw Gun' llOXVARD ltlczrmltxm IIUFF STURNIAN Hucmsx' CLAYTON ILE li-xT'rx' INGNAM CZLENDA IACKSON KENNY JACKSON LINDA -I,xxusON Nlllili IOHNSON L.uun' JONES HON JONES Kun-LN Kmm Nl.XRClAltl'I'I' KI-Ilil'lCS Cu.xnl.r:s KLNNAND Inu LOU Klrirnili S'rr1l'mgN Kllfzwunt ALB!-QHT KL!-IINSCHKIIIJT 'l'm1MAs KLINC fl!-1li'l'lll'l7E KNUST DON LEACH ROUNLY LEACH Ifxmxtuxlm LLNNEHT j.'xNr:'r Llxnsrucm K.-xx' l.l'l'lll'Illl..-XXI! Almun l,Ul"'l'ON lt.-xx'x1ONn MCCAM' Email-3 XICCLAXE Mmun lXlCCLAXE llominr NlCCORBIICK KENT xlCClUIRE SHARON NIAJORS lj.-XVII? lNlALCOLBI l'lAIlOI.lJ XIAHLONVE -lorcri NlARltIOTT LEON xlliltltllil. Alumni' Nlomue L.x1uu' Nloomi RON Blooms Tum Montel-xx Ronsm' xlOIll.AN lj!-1l.0liES Nloums RUTH Xlomus RIELIM Xlowmgx' llomgm' RIOYEH JOHN XEIKIRK L1NnA NELSON jmmx' N1-Lwxunx ll.-xxm' Xriwkllua ll.-XL'l. Nl-IXYTON llL'SSEl.L OLDS l'm'LL1s f,R1i.-XX ltvru l'A1N'r151t JT i ff--s W WW!! ...J 4'-3 S' JL I KV 'wwf Ae kb.-A a..wv9q?""?' in xx D. ,gr- 1""' 4-. I fi C' 44' mf' 17 .ni ,a- i ,Cv IT 'ihmx .AA Class of 1960 HIGH IDEALS and accomplishrnents of all goals are our aims for our remaining years in high school. Continuing our diligent service and steadfast leadership, we hope to set an ex- ample which will prove beneficial to the school in future years. Next year we will gain new distinction by becoming upperclassmen, endowed with more influence than we now possess. Setting a proper example will be one of our most vital functions. With determina' tion, yet with joy, we look forward to our best years. P1n'1.l.1s PARKER XIIKE IHRTEE Romzirr PEACH NANCY Puuw ROBERT Piirun' EIAXIICS lllfl-ZISTER Sus lllIll,l.lPS Aloux Pom. blmrzic l'ou'r:ns SARA H.xB15R Mamzm RANDOLPH -IOHNNY RAU KEN REAYILL Ck11Jltl2I-I lh:HxQL'is'r llwnlctx ltlommx S.-xi.1,x' ROCIKHILL .lm ltomamis B.-Kltli.-HRA ROSE -lmctrc lt0s1c:N0L Sxxlm.-x SAGER lioxxnc Sczilimitzlml-:lt Bm.-xx SiIllll0EDl:Ilt JAN Si-:ALS Siimucx' Srg,x'1'oN L.mm' SEIBERT BQXIIISAIIA SHAIX NANCY SHAW -'USVI-Q Slllill-XIII! lfm-in Smzuxmx Coxwuc Sxrrru S'l'1-iw: SBIITH llwitz SPICIAIAN Cfkltlllr Svoxn lilllblli S'i'.-xxugx' ANN S'I'l'IXYAlt'l' ,Imax Srlxsox KEITII 'I'.xl,i.r:Y DIANA-x 'I',xx'LOR Lxxrfr Tuxxis KEITH Trznm' Br1.fx'1'nlc'ic TIBIBliltl.AKIi Clmctlla L'Tl.Ey Hiciimnlm XYA-xLKr:1t l7lt.-XYKIICS XYA1.LAn -lentils Wi-:1.1,1iuxrAx -IIXI XXlcl,1.s Bum XVIII-1A'I'CllOF'1' lr:wicl.l. XYlll'IEl.lClt S Nun.-x Xl'lll'r1exlr1.-x11 Nonxmx XYu.c:ox 5ll.fXlt0N XYILSON -Ionx XYOOD Rm KIONID XVOOD Gumrslli YYRIGHT NI kltjtlllll-I XYRICIIT IDE.-xxx.-x XYx'A'r'r Xomu Y.-XRBROUKJII Nunn: YOUNG Ding YOUNGMAN S of H KS ef . " if fs.. 'Q7-' '. s .firlfl --f -. rig "'!"t We W1 ,.'3'Z' 1 K an 5 -if ' ' 5 fi 'iff Z -g2S::':Ig.g fig it Z r is Lx, W , In A '. 1 V, ' A V , ,ir X :AA If .. f Jjlff W ' ff 4 ,, A I , ,4f,,.Q , My ,L A ' 454 fl 35,24 Z ' , I a 4 - f' ' 3' f 5 ' 'G , f ., I .A I aj: 77 ,Y f ' 1 M my , f ur, ' ',h' 4 Af 1 ' , . A ge S' , A 1, , ,, S -4, v , 'YP M V 1 ' ., AA Y 'Qff ff Eg L ,,.,., V , . , f in .v YY, 3 , 7 ,I if, L U 5 : ! fb A' 2 2 W. -vfzi A 1' f ' H A 4' Am y ., 1, 'Wi W 1. fi , ,fx ,, . 2: - , gig- A ' A 235' 4 I W - -"A 4 A H 'V - X , , , Wa Al, V' Q W , 9- ' 4 . 'GX I . ij: ir: I gk, :A gf R , 4 A W NZ, ' ' ,u f ,M A x . , '4 .ff 1 4- A , f A 41-7 'sy ra Q 2 ,waz ma . W 4' V ' ' 4,4 f -Q VV ' 'V 1 fc funk 1 'Q A X17 ' V li 1 ,V My , ,' A ,ff , . an "psf 9 fe:-1. "v- V' V J ' N 7 A Q V 0 V i -' at V 1 5 id V 5 , , N .. 1 .,.., 3 ,IA A I ' ,, 5, " ... ' I . , . V' .,v- Z f A, - V I ' 4 , , X 3 Freshmen . . Class of 1961 THE THIRD OF SEPTEMBER saw the largest class ever to enter Mt. Carmel High School roaming, bewildered, through the halls. Fresh- man Day, designed to acquaint us with the school, our teachers and our classmates, helped each of us to feel a little more at home. CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORSQ left tu right. .s-ittingzz Sue NVQQIVL-r, Sc't'rL'!uryg Doane Nlatlott. PI't'.s'it1wIig Judy Danni-r, Viva'-Prc'.si1ImIt. Sfllllllfllgi Mr. Gillicmg Jim Kemper, T1'c'a.s'l1rL'l' amd Mr. XYcaIYcr. R0lH:1lt'l'A ABOIXN ROBERT ALKA JACK ALLEN JOIIN ALLEN ROBERT ANDERSON ESTRER ANTIIIS JUDY APPLEBY AUDREY ARNOLD JERRY ASIIBY KENNETH ASHBY BEVERLY BAKER HOBEHTA BANKS XVICKI BEARD LETA BELL KARL BERBERICII BARBARA BIRKLA CHARLES BOBBITT RICHARD BOBBITT CONNIE BOSECKER KAY Boss JEANNE BOXVEN PAT BRANDEBOUIR: CUNXIE BRATTON JOHN BREYVER DONNIE BRINES J. E. BROWN LARRY BHOXVN RLTII BROXVN NORMAN BRUNsON XVAYNE BURKE SLE BURTON 'IQUNI BUTLER FRANK CAxII'BI-:LL JANET CANIPHI-LLL JANET CAREY ADA CASE FRANK CASE DAVID CIIADRA GARX' CHILD!-IRS RONALD CLARK ROBERT CLEBI LOIs CLIFTON DALLAS CLINE KAY CLINE DALE COLLINS BIARGAHET COBIPTON LYNNE COURTER GEORGE CRANE BIACKEY CROGER FREDA CHORIAN CLEHALD CROW' JUDY ID.-ANNE!! LINDA DAllNEI.l, CHAltl,ES DAVIS KENNETII IDAYIS NIIIZI-IAEL IJAXVSON CAROLYN IJEISHER LDP.-XI. DI-:IsIIER hyIC'l'0R DEXIAIKCKJ REBECCA DCI.-KDES LINDA DOTY BIIKE DOUc:LAs IJEXYEY EASTER FAYE ELDER DANNX' ELLIOTT BIARY EXVALD RICHARD FESLER STEPHEN FISCHEH DIANNA FISHER D.-XX'IIJ FRIEND . r v X .. . f as .ik .W , .. I gggggt' gg y se .. .1 A , X , ' ,M 4 . wg , 3 fvf, f 1. 1 f gy, 1 My ,Ark ,awk - M. " ,A 2.,.,.A A A Y , ' ' X "- Z , 5 ' J wc i ,,.v , 'QWWZ V fm' Q Q sw 14 'lug , ,F N , av 'W t, W Y W, af s 1 mm M' ,V , L, ' ,. 4 y W: a 5 A' ' 0 fy 5, MW -zu. l HL 4 3 ,E ,, 1 ' H-f f' X 1 yi Q Class of 1961 AS THE DAYS PASSED, we became familiar with our new surroundings, and with the daily routine. The number of students coming to class late became fewer. We began to settle down to the task before us - getting an educa- tion. Along with our work, we have had plenty of time for fun and activity with our friends and classmates. Xltts. Btcvx is sltuwtt ittstrttt-ting lttfr atttt-.ttixtx t':lj.It'I' to lt-ttrn algebra class. B,xtttaAttA CAttttteTT I It-1 t.tf:x C.-xttttr:'t'T ANNtiT't'A Ctt,t.ttt,xN ltotxt-gm' CLICK KM' Gt.ovER Sm: Con' L,xtttn QIOLDNIAN HuN,xt.tm C0t.t1M.xN litnxtxt: Ctttatzx jun llADLEY Ytxtrx' llAI.txtr: Tttxt ll,xt.t.,xM Et.stt1: ll.xtzKNt-:ss liot.t.,x llAttttt:t,t, 4It'm' Ilr:t.ToN I,.xttttx' lltgxsox B,-xtttt.'xtt,x lltzttsttttt-ztttstatt glut-'tf lltczxs Ctt,xttt.tcs llttacctxs Ctttot. llttatatxsox Dum llotxtxra Pttx't.t.ts llormitc Tom ll0tft'xt,xx Nlxttcztx llttvsox Xtittttc llrtftf Axrtux lIt't.tf,xt:ttutt Dtatxmtttis llt'N'1' I.t"t'ttt:tt ISAAC Btt.t. JAMES Alum' KEENAN NI.-xttttxx KEEPES jtxt K1-Lxtptztt Cutxttgx Ktzxxtattn liucatgtt Kttttftft-:Pt Ytttcztxu Kttgt-'Flatt BAtttxAttA Ktttxxtnx Ct,t-Qxx Kttztxscrttxtttw Ptgfzm' Klux: l'.'t't't1tc7t,x LEAK I..fxlDoxx,x I,t:Avt-gxs ll.xttot.t1 Lr:tt'ot.tm At'tvttt:x' Locitug E.-xttt. Lot'tJr:ttAttt.K Gut. Lovt-3t.t,tg1'rtg Snxvta LOYELI.li'I'TE Sxxtxtu LOWE Cmtttx' LUTZ Lutttx' LUTL Btt,t. 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' I , I, '- q i f 'sv' -1 1- 1 xg L Q -,f V . , , I Q , ' , f g , 1, fn. 4 , . I ,ML I . ,A . X, , :E 1 5 '. : 1 ' 7' WL -, , , ,I ' N! ,un 12 - 55 Class of 1961 THOUGH STILL BEGINNERS, we, the fresh- rnen, have shown our capabilities by entering into the many school activities. During this year, We have learned various things that will help us throughout our lives. We have, through counseling and guidance of sponsors, teachers, and upperclassrnen, made a place for our- selves, here, in Mt. Carmel High School. Tlu-se llllllgfj' fI'I'slIIIII-II I-Ingvrly Imuit llllliill timu everyday. IJAYIID I'-UNI: I.AllllY l'I1,xc:II l.liON.-kltll lylillltt' Xlcix l'I:'I'I:IIs LINDA l'I1'I'I1IIsox liu':I41II l'It'I'IH1IIsux SANIJII-I llll-Iltiili l'IIIsc:II.I.,x Pool. KAIIIQN lt.xIII-:II Doxx.-I ltI3ImxI'IN lJlCK llbilmus HICIIAIIIJ Rmil. S'I'I:I'IH:N PII-:xsII,Iw CH,xIII,0'I"1'rI linac: BINQIIAM RIsI,m' IJONALD Horcuus PATIIICIA Sfxmvsox LAIIIII' S.xxImIeIIs PA'I"I'x' S.-INIAUIIII CfXllfJL SAIVYILII -IOIIX SIIAIIII ,II-:Inn SIIUL.-XII JOE SIIUL.-Xl! Krgxxx' SII:FI'I3IIxI.xx DOIIOTIII' SII3vI:IIs POIITEII SINIQIQII l"x'I' SMITII RL'ssI:I, SNIITH CAIIIJIAN Somix BILI. SoI.oxIAx BARR.-Xlti Sroxn LAHIIY STAFI-'UIIII -ILNE STII.I.xvI:I.I, SIIIIxI.m' S'I'II.I.wI:I,I. L.-IIIIIY S'I'oI,Tz SAXIDIIAI S'I'0I.'I'A lJAYlIJ l..xIIItI.Ici' X.AxNc:I' 'l'I-:xII'I,I3'I'IIx l'lIc:II,-IIID 'I'b:NB.xIIc:I: joux 'l'I:NNIs YIIIGINII-'I 'l'I-:NNIS CI..-IIIA TIIIIIIY KENNY 'l'IIoxIIfsoN lloIaI3II'I' 'l'IsImI,I': CLI-:ox TUIKNICII l',xAII-:I.,x XY,xr.IcII SIIIH:I.II,I XXXIIQNIQII Nl.xII'rII.'x NYAIII1 SUI: WI:,Ix'I-:II CI.,III,xc:I-:N,x Xlvl'1l.liS Bon XVIIIgI5I,IgIt -lvm NYIIITI1 TIIIZIAI.-I XYIII'I',xIcI1It GII.HI5II'I' xl'lIl'I"l'liY NIAIIY IJEE XYIc:KI.Ix DON Xl'II.KIxsoN XYANIJA XYII.IiINsImN Dux xl-ILLIABIS KAY XYII.I.I.xxIs EIXQAII XYIi.I.Is Sxxm' XYll.l.X.Xltl1 NIAR1.IixE XYIIITII KENNY Yorxcp CI-IAIII.I.s ZIxIxIIf,II r . if it We I , 0 , - K I f I I .. Sigel ifiiefl ' V TF? . .,, .62 si iriifirfaits i -f.-: za- 'V 5 ' X ,A., .. x 1 , I ka-2 , 'M -, mf i W 1. fg dh ' NUS ? , . M 2 X ff f z., " 3 f if f' G MAA 2 3 M2 I .W Al .. in Q1 nt' 3 .E 'y af? L x . V A',,! : ,4 , ,, ,Q V l" Q4 I 5 A , ii.. J .YH -1.1 ' .1 . in A. W ggi 'Q , fi. 2' ' C . 7 av , - 417 , Y. ,, fa ' A A ' Mr X , u- J I .4 xg A A 1 2 f 'sf 9 .J 41 1 fx, j vi!-, , ,V ,f Z? 4.3, -d' 1 S I A N 'W 3 4 I , II R JQJQQ 2, Z ,pw ' J jj, Z 132, Q A ,,. 2 ag M ,S . 0 1 ' 1,1 ' 41 2 W7 X 4 ffiifi . - 1 1 9 ff f 4 ' 422 gn : z fu ,Q Z' 1 4 H 1 I wwf' ' R wxf fe ' rf: 1151? ff fff ' 'wfff , , ' fyM,,W,Wgg,,y, rumah ,, Q rfwwmy - f w A f A 4 WW' fy ,HGV if , W7 ' 4' ' lu 4 I , V 1, 07 Q A . :WQ32535 1 .m,MU' 4 ,mi 1 I 14 ab Y ,J ' A XX? 2 -S Crganizations The various rlubs of the high svhool help In im-reuse interest among lhe slullenls and provide extra- rurrirular activities. Lerulership and ro-operation are qualities u'hirh are developed as well as correct parliamentary proc-vllurv. Experience und knolvleflge gained from purliripaling in vlub avlivities ran be carried throughout life. fag wx Imukilmg on-r thv dlllllllly urv: Ivfl to righlz Xlmjuria- Many. B11.s'i11r'.s.v .xfllllllglffl Xlr. liqnvlcy. ,-X1lLfi.wl'g Roxunnn Bvrry. lfzliimx mul ,s'c'r1Iz'11, lflorcmm- Chapman, X,s,xi.xt1lnI Iiflitnr. 'nm Inns., with W:,K7,f C111-cking prom-cds on pic-turn' taking urv: SflllI!I'fH,QZ L. L1-e-fly, C. Suwycr, XY Cowling: Smtvrl: D. XYright, S. NL'l'll1lIl I.. Xlnrx, Kl'L'Il1lll llllil C. lima-kc'1'. Slbylline Staff "i"m"'af?'lFV tw in "NaN, 2 'Q 1-.--.. --...L I lldlltlling NlllDSL'l'lpllUll5 .tru Sl'!lfl'llZ A. Xl't'lSt'Ill5l'I'j.fl'f. S. Bridge-5. F. xyilllilf. Nl. Corniclvc. S. xllllSI3illlLfll. nl. Will- Limsg Slunllimuz C. lttmltin. ll. Orr. ID. Douglas, ti. Instr-lim, 5. lorry ttml Nlr. B.tylc'yg lrzxvi. DI. l'I'1lIllillll and Y. llulfucor. UNDER THE CAPABLE GUIDANCE of Mr. Bay- ley, the Sibylline Staff has Worked throughout the year to publish a fine book containing the many highlights of this year at lVlt. Carmel High School. To acquire a coveted position on the staff, the student rnust have a "B" average and must be approved by the editor and spon- sor of the Sibylline. The editor, Roxanna Ber- ry, and business manager, Marjorie May, were elected by the yearbook staff at the close of last year. We, the staff, wish to thank the fac- ulty tor their kindness and indulgence for the many times we were tardy or absent from class for the sake of working on our book. l,1fl fu right: ll. SlI'll'lillll. Xl. .Imm-N, li. Xlltlls. Nl. llt'.lll'l', S. cltlllltl .mtl bl. Vtlxtilx. '15 f. it.. . t F522 4521 an x wi X Q t ww, lr., IJ. XNl1.l.1xxls und C. SCIION,-XXI.-XX prvpam- lur ilu' sails- ul l'l'L'Ul'ilS. Student Council 1 , manga gt, 1 X 4 1 , UIVIFICEIKS S. Stvclilvr. Pl'1'xi11r'nl: B. 1,04-kv. 1vI'l'!LS'lll't'l'g -I. Xlillirum. Sc'r'ra'turyg ll. NlL'Gll1rc', l'ir'1'-Pr1'siffl'r1!: working on ilu' pll N tm' gm NEC suli-clislrivl llll'l'llIlLf. ill' UNDER THE GUIDANCE of Miss E. Cheesman, sponsor, and Sally Steckler, president, this year's student council has proved itself a credit and a helping-hand to our school. Among the many activities undertaken by the Student Council are: the sponsoring of the coke, paper, and pencil machines: tournament decorations: homecoming activities: and distribution and collection of ballots for election. 2532 H' 2 is ,egg if-il W 'fries Q-WWMW K u f'E6Sgg3Q,f't , ,wtxvwxf A fr, r fszrzgfzs. X -'S'1",T1'l'J'1f'Z5f?Qi 'E K is gil fy o Q' -' fi ., - .,- ,ig,f-f.g -- - ,ui '? ' fr ff . 'J M! 4-f my AT CHRISTMAS TIME, the Council under- took the annual collecting and dispensing of canned goods to the needy. Besides spon- soring dances, record sales, and other recre- ational activities, the Student Council car- ried out a successful Care program, a March of Dimes Contest, and a joint meeting with Lawrenceville. Plans for an NEC Student Council meeting were also included in their activities. The student body wishes to thank the Student Council and sponor for their faithful work in the directing of student affairs. K ppm-ifzf print' - front rorr. left to riqhl: lf. ixins. S. xllllqltlllgll. B. Dt-pnty. K. lfrii-lc wvoml row: lf, Clmcosnmn. Spon.s'or: -I. lrnnklin. -I. E. Brown. D. Nlnllott. E. llnrk- nzwsg fllllli rout D, Compton. Xl. Douglas. I Brown and 'lf Smith. 1.1'ft fo right: Sxlrm. gk. Buowx .und K. Boss put up lights lor one- of tln- tlnncm sponsorcdlmy' thc- Stndvnt Council. Left to right: B. Omx, C. CASTELO and j Rlsu-Lx' discuss the nc-w jnkr- box. OFFICERS - clockwise: J. Fitch. President, V. Hulfacor, Vice-President, XV. Cowling, Treasurer, L. Barlett, Secretary. Front rou, le to fl,Lllt A 'Nlunlurlt S King, M. Heater, C. Taylor, M. Baker. R. James, N. XVllllillllS, F. Liddleg mirl elle row, left to right: j. Vlloods, C. Ran- kin, J. Dunkel, P. Bishop. N. Hunt, A Spond, E. Vllacldle, S. Jamison, S. Barc- lmck row, left to right: C. Fischer, B Lucas, D. Compton, C. Spray, D. Doug- las, E. Shepherd, D. llislc, Parliamen- mentarian, ll. VVitsinan, C. Elder. Front row, left to right: L. XYaltcr. ,I Reisinger, J. Turner, E. Payne, S. Stcck- ler, S. Kieffer, S. Harris, S. Could: mill- rllc row, left to right: Mrs. McLaughlin Sponsor, B. Miller, T. Padgett, C. Fcsler j. Rigg. E. Stoltz, Historizlrlg B. Dunkel Lilimriung last row, left to right: -I. Cof- fing, J. Rich, C. Floyd, B. Could, -I Reeves, D. Funkhouser and I. Price. Future Teachers of America INTEREST OF STUDENTS in the teaching profession is given cr chance to extend it- self into actual experience by the local F. T. A. Chapter. At each regular club meeting, members of the club present pro- grams dealing with the teaching profes- sion. Physical vitality, mental vigor, rnor- al discrimination, wholesome personality, helpfulness, knowledge, and leadership are some of the important characteristics desirable in ci member of F. T. A. This year the district workshop was held here in November, requiring many hours of preparation for the club. Foreign Language Club WORKING for a better understanding of the peolpe in foreign countries, the mem- bers of F. L. C. meet and discuss the dif- ferent modes of life, cmd habits of our neighbors across the sea. To be eligible to join this club the students must be tak- ing his second year of a foreign language. After studying another language for this length of time, the members are then able to speak more intelligently on the lines of these people. At each meeting a pro- gram, planned by a member of the club, is carried out. I-'rmit row. left to riglit: E. Payne. M. Heater, S. King, E. Mlicldle, S. Mliite- head. K. Frick, I. Chapman. C. Elder: .s-eermcl mug, left to right: I. Turner B. Miller. I. Beisinger, B. Schrader, I. Kieffer. J. Helm, BI. Randolph, P. Egge- hreeht: tlzird row, left to right: Miss M. Clieesman, Sponsorg C. Appleby. P. Cur- ter, A. Ewing. J. Powers, I. Lindstroni, A. Hockgeiger. I. Daniel, XY, Cowling. S. Bare, L. Nililters, B. King: fourth row, left tu riglit: L. Marx, B. Lucas, B. Orr, M. llc-ring, C. Boseeker. M. Corniek, T. Smith, A, Beck and M. Hart. Front row, left to right: Miss M. Chees- man, Sponsor, j. Powers, M. May, L. Leedy, V, Hulfaeor. S. Harris, second mic, left to riglit: j. Chapman, S. XVhite- head, C. Appleby, M. Randolph, I. Kief- fer, B. Schrader, I. Helm, third row, left to right: G. Renquist, M. Cornick, T. Smith, P. Carter, P. Eggs-hrr-clit, A. Ew- ing, K. Friek, J. Linclstrom :incl B. Miller. OFFICERS - rloclcwisez M. May, Presiclcntg V. Hulfzu.-or, Vive-Presiflmtlg S. llnrris. Tremswzrcrg L. Leedy, Sec- rvturif. Girls' Athletic Association Clockwiw: j. E. Chapman, C. Smith, Calverly, H. Cox, T. Morgan, S. Seaton, A. Sherman, N. Shaw, J. Powers, P. Eggebrc-clit, K. Cleary, P. Carter, N. Young, M. Randolph, B. Schrader, F. XVallar. j. llelm, S. VVhitel1ead. I. Kieffer and D. Taylor. Left to right: B. Duncan, C. Tay- lor, K. Frick, J. Brewer, J. E. Brown, L. Leedy, K. Bodle, M. May, S. Spond, S. Steckler, F. Chapman, R. Berry, A. VVeisen- berger, S. Martin, E. Payne, F. Lidrlle, J. Maxfield, I. Price, R. Allen and I. Hocking. First row, left to right: XV. Cow- ling, S. Kieffer, S. Millspaugh, J. Rislcy, Second row, J. Franklin, C. Taylor, A. Kemper, B. Hungerford, C. Ranking Third row: S. Bridges, B. Miller, M. Baker, L. Biyins, D. XVright. B. Deputy, K. Goodman and S. Gould. TO STIMULATE INTEREST in girls' athletics and gymnastics, and to standardize and promote ideals of health and sportsmanship are the objects of the G. A. A. Prospective members earned their re- quired number of points by participating in the ina- ny activities of the club. Letters and other awards earned are presented near the end of the year at the annual Mother and Daughter Banquet. Thus with the trip to Shakamak State Park the G. A. A. will have completed its thirty-first year as an or- ganizaion in Mt. Carmel High School. '7 .35 lllllllS. I'r4'.s'zrl1'1aIg I.. Xlnrx. Imm- urvr: S. 'IR-rrp. 51'r'r'1'?11l'y: Xliw Qloodfrccl,Spfm.s1n', um-upclntv in ., making thc Cl. A. A. .1 Nllittxx t ff x Sportsmanship Leadership . . Character IXITIATIOX -5'l'!IfCl1, left to right: K. Cliuc. S. Culver C. Tc-rry. P. Pool: 1CHL'L'IfIIg12 X. YAlI'b1'OlU.ZlL C. Boar-ckcr C. Sawyer, K. Boss, A. Cillihzm, S. XYL'k!YL'1'1 third mic: P. Vlige-r, N. Ilulbig. Nl. Virtlm, XI. Ward. J. Keenan I. Campbell. B. Shuin, NI. Ewald, D. Svixers and B. Bake-r. ' T X Nliss NI. CHEESMAN, Spam-or, holds President Dux HoB1Ns0x's cimdlc, as lie signs the register book. H. BELL, Trc'f1,s-urerg bl. Rican, Secretary and F. Rorxsiaixs, Vice-President. pick out tlivir NHS pins. National Honor Society W. 3.5 1 Wi L 2. i 3 L 5' f L LL ,, 'siigf - i13gLjf,ffff.1, f mg, 1 'ti' V. 1 , W I f H if Sa W. I I' , , Q , I R A ' v 1 . - ' T ., i ,H Industrial Arts THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB is a service club. Its aim is to serve the school and com- munity by various means. Handling the coats at basketball games and having charge of the concessions are only two of the many services they perform. First mug, left to row: D. XVilkinson, C. Davis, G. NVliitten, C. Ewnlclg Second row: T. Ingram, R. Reel, J. Sluirp, K. Feldman, Mr. XVyutt, Sponsvrg Third row: E. Stanley, P. Singer, R. Moyvr, K. Duvisg Fourth row: D. Youngman, R. Peach, D. Hicks. J. Crogur, T. Brosterg Fifth row: C. Schonoman and K, Young. TO PROMOTE FELLOWSHIP is the duty of any good club and the Industrial Arts Club is no exception. Showing projects both at Carbondale and at the high school is a goal toward which the members work. While at- tending the convention in Rockford the mem- ber acquire a better understanding of indus- try and learn to apply it to their own club and community. ,wt hh tr OFFICERS left to right: K. Young. Svc- if. S'rAx1.rLY, D. lllctlcs und Cnofai-gn l'J'fllfll-Tl'l'IlSllI'l'fJ C. Sclionunmn, Pre'.s'i111'r1!: vxzunim- Q1 project. 'l'. lngnun, Vim'-Prc.vi1l1'vzt, inspt-ct tlu- work of zmotlu-r mt-mln-r. C. EXVALD, J. SHARP, K. IDAVIS and C. Srtnoxoxmx arc' alt work in thc shop. riglllz B. 'l'c-nm's, D. Dc-islwr, VI. Cox, ,I Riggs. B. Cooclson. P. Seals: -w'1'onrl row: , .l'Ilillt'I: ll. llalrt, ll. Leo- polcl, C. Higgins, li, Slllllll, J. Allvn, ll nurlll row: X. XYilcox, ll. Scllrocclc-r, 'l' llwgins, H1'1zorI1'rg R. Clitk 'lllil j. Lofton Ul"l"lCl'IltS 1 lvfl In right: Hr. Irvin, 'x6,l'l.S'l'l'j lt. Balircl, l'iz'U-Prvsiflmztg E. ,. Floyd, Sc'z'r1'- Inrgfq J. llcrlwric-lm, TI'l'll-S'llfl'f. F. Boslgcmfn, C. ILL: and L. llulnxcz, working SIIEILA KIEFFER, F. F. A. Sweetheart. tlu- electrical mutclring board. NUMEROUS ACHIEVEMENTS mark an ex- F t r F tremely successful year of one of the most ac- u u e a r rn e r S tive clubs of our school, the Future Farmers of OF America America. To become a member of F. F. A., one must be enrolled in a vocational agricul- ture class. Ul'l'OSl'l'1C l'ACli-first row, lvfl fo llislvyzflzirrl row: X. lvtvrs. C. Stoltz, E. Dunn, E. Lonnlr-rnmilk, li, Brostvr, Il. llincllitvr, D. llor-king, E. Morgan' 1 ost-clam-r. -I. NYoocl, C. Sclronaunun, H. MONEY-RAISING PROIECTS, the sectional contest of production, and observation of National FFA Week were all carried out suc- cessfully through the efforts of the club. This year the FFA officers attended the National FFA Convention at Kansas City, Missouri, where they were addressed by notable speakers. The club held the third annual . ,- corn picker safety school which was attend- ed by several interested farmers. Two of the major events were the elections of the chapter sweetheart, Sheila Kieffer, and of the most outstanding farmer of the year for the local chapter, Curtiss Floyd. A satisfied club proudly looks back on its accomplish- ments and good times. Future Homemalcers of America FUTURE HOIVIEMAKERS seek the goal of someday becoming model housewives, by sharing their hopes and problems in an organ- ization where mutual understanding and help are the highlighting features. The members strive to fulfill the eight purposes of the club by being alert personally. The eight purposes are: to promote an increasing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking, to accentuate the importance of worthy home membership, to encourage democracy in the home and community, to work for good home and family life, to promote international good- will, to foster the development of creative lead- ership in the home and in the community, to provide wholesome recreation, and to further interest in home economics. Our chapter ex- presses its effort to fulfill these purposes by its motto: "Be a leader, not a leaner". First rmc. left to right: K. NIeCill. Burton. Stillwell, V. Kieffer, P. Smith. P. Hull. R. A Clark. NI. Compton. NI. Ewalcl, E. Creent Seeond row: Pieree. Franklin. I. liusignol VI. Dugley. I'rnf1'et.s- Chairman: I.. Allen. N Burkett. A. Newkirk. Brewer. Ii.Antl1is Third mic: Nliss lltl56'Dl11y61'. NI. Ki-epes. C Bigg. J. Marriott. j. Tennis. 1. Price. j. Cutting -I. Seals, C. YV-lls. P. Parker. Public' fl'lIlfi1ll15 C. Kennurd. L. Leuvens. I. Helton. D. Redman. Miss Wilson: Fourth row: YY. Tice, Nl. Ber- berieh. NI. Davis, E. Clark, S. Burton. Nl XYright. Shepherd. K, I.4ltllCI'l2ll1Cl. Par- menter. S. Beal and K. Haber. OlflfICliliS - left in riulzlz j. Xlkvucls Tl'l'.'..YlIfl'fg B. Heel, Seeretaryg J. Balmer I'r1'.sirl1'nfg D. XYillianns, Viee-Pr1'sir1f'nt Lrf! tn right: B. Dunkel, Ilistorikmg M. Baker. RCCFCIIHOIIQ E. Stoltz, Parliamen- fariun wash and dry dishes. C' 'I',n'i.on, XY. Btililitfllilflll and B. BIEIIL prepare food for their lub assignment. F ll I IB U22 HOMEMAKERS are builders of homes. The Future Homemakers of America plan ideal homes where truth, love, security, and faith will be realities to build the home upon, to make living everything that is desired. Cap- able officers and hard-working committes Working together, promote interesting meet- ings, accompanied by education in their en- deavor for better homes. They feel that hap- py homes are the most important things in a democracy. , , HAMMERS, NAILS, SAWS, and tools of all B U I I d I n 8 T I' a d 2 S kinciis are busily employed by the junior and senior boys who are members of the 'Building Trades C1ass'. They, under the capable guid- ance of Mr. Rutledge, prepare for a future vo- cation by acquiring the valuable skill of con- structing through experience. . l A t Very intently fitting a cabinet Under the watchful eyes of KENNETH Mc- door are, left to right: ROBERT KAY, leftg LARRY Hrcxs, middleg and AR- BROWN, BERNARD DUNKEL and THUR BROWN, rightg make adjustments on DICK BRANDEBOURG. the window locks. R are, left to right: DELBERT BRINES, ROBERT HALL and ED LAIJBEHT. ipping down stock on a buzz saw Busily covering a window with vinyl are left to right: ROBERT SALES, MR. RUTLEDGE LARRY BR1ccs and JOHN RIDENS. THE MEMBERS become aware of the import- ance of cooperation, accuracy, and careful workmanship by constructing a future home to- gether. Each house is a two-year project, sold upon its completion. Either the house is auc- tioned off or sealed bids are submitted and the house is sold to the highest bidder. In this way, others besides the boys benefit from the project. When weather conditions prevent work on the house, the class meets to study information essential for success in house con- struction. 'The Building Trades Class' gives boys who are interested in construction an ad- vanced knowledge of their chosen vocation. Q. fl- --1... ""--- 1 nv- ? , a I 5 MYQ5 1450? , Wm 'FL' mi rm wzwifakf MES' z . z x X' :VV 6 A l' fl XXX x I1 ,, f"'2w sam 'fy . 31,5352 ' 2, fi gm? .nw-aa-W. Q.. . lm 12 1, 1 K '.kx y, ,Q ga gum.-M, is 5 THE GENERAL OBIECTIVE of D. O. is to pre- pare young people for an advantageous en- trance into a trade. To enter this program, the student must meet certain requirements. He or she mus be sixteen and at least a jun- ior. While on the job, they must uphold the honor of Mt. Carmel High School. The lamp casts light on the advantages and disad- vantages of the various fields. Participants in this program receive excellent guidance from their teacher, Mr. Rutledge and their superiors on the job. After graduation they may be asked by their employer to become a perma- nent employee. ltvpuiring TY Quite-iiims is one of tlit l fo s ' 4 Xliss SANDY K1-giixsxx, thi- first girl to iimiiy iulws iii wliit-li l-li'r.iNia Kieiiiwis imrticiputm- in D. 0. for several yciirs. :twists wliilt- xwvrkiiitl for Xllilmsli xwwks at tliv lm-til hospital LIS am 21S- Elc'ctric. . . . , . Xl tlit- lint Xu. In-lo lllls C-ail':l,Qi', AIU!-I lltllt.X'lll livlps lv-wp st-linul luis:-N .mtl utlit-r it-iitiiil xcl1iLliw in propvi' xx'ui'lf4- iii: orclm-it lip ltwup lwft In riglitz Inxi .'Xl.l.l-,X. mx l'll1't'lI'lL'1 lon 'lliiwi-. Daily iiilmlium lit-gistc-it C11-0111.1-. l':V',Xl.lJ. l ttitit- lncliistrit-s finrl 1'luu'. ltuixi-,iii Xliiiit. hlL'Kz'4' iitilwilv. Ki Xxifi ii Ru- ixsciixliiriy Ciiltozt Xlotoi' Cmiipnityg l"lt.xNc'is UNIMXHI.. Xlliwts-i'11 Jxlllll tt ni limi. .Iuiix llfumis, ,lllllll'il.ll'- mi Nlvissiie-rg Klillll lfi 1 imxi xx. Xlliit- -qi' Q -. f -.i, . 3- i. sistunt to tlic: X-ray tccliriiciun. W' wp.. The very spirit of efficiency is Mus. Coxms, Mus. Svoxn, Mus, XVAI.1.Ac:E and Mus. VVHICHT Mus. TURNER, who is the director Illkllit' each stuclcntls lunih taste lwttcr with their good cook- of our lunch program. ing and chccrtul smiles. THESE VARIOUS EMPLOYEES insure good food, safe trans- portation, cmd clean, warm buildings that the students might M have a healthier atmosphere in which to study. Besides the ' necessary training for their articular job, the eo le fillin a I n t e n a n C e these positions must enjoy bding around school Iguplls. Witg their excellent qualifications and their genuine interest, these people help to keep our school system running smoothly. Q - 'il - is A , if iv-fzsf JG .fJf'a. i 3 N, - fi 5 NIH. Romsur K1xf:s1aL'm', Coordinator of Trun.sportationg C. ALLEN, S. Sroxn, S. REEDUS, L. NVI1.s0N, R. hlAltX, B. BECKERKL-XX, L. NlEllINVE- THEN, E. BUnNs. M. Klcawr, F. IIEDIN. L. Sxirm, Drivers. Our school jamitors who arc always rczuly to help in :mv way possilmlc arc: E. XVoons. J. PEACH, ll. Lrxru, E. Bloolue, XY. SCHULE11, THE EFFICIENCY with which our school office is run is aided by these students who deliver 0 F F i C 2 a announcements and individual messages, and who take care of the daily absentee records. Lcft in r glitz B. Deputy. P. Parka-r, I. Price. XY. Cowling, B. Rose, L. Marx, 1. Rosignol, DI. Dunkel und Miss Moore. A STUDENT from each library period helps Miss Moore to fulfill the necessary tasks involved in maintaining a well-organized library. Taking the attendance, checking out books, and replacing them on their proper shelves are a few of the duties in which these students participate. Library Staff 7 . 4 1,4754 142 f gif W ff ,M 4, 424 xg, ' U f 'lt . ff 2 Y v 4 + ' ' X it ig 1 , Ju f as Q, W ff , 2591 Q ww ,, . ' ffg, ,f fr W , Z iff' I A ,, f f 1 , Ji 'W jig , , ,f ,wp 1, z 2 U aw mf I .- X, 7 Uf 'f " 'Q 1 ' N 7 ff, ,M ,KW My, ,' 4, , 4, ,, ,, 1 V ,Zi ZW A, x, W. 8 4? 7 ,f ga w, f A W9 4 ,, , my VA k,,,l 1, , at P V, 54,5 ,, ,L ,, ,, 'Seiya Vw' ., ,, 'i ,, , ,.,. A A Lag, .1 A ft f 'W X .1 W M A V fi iff f ' I ,ii ' ' - yI':2:Q: ,Q -V 'g 3:35, 3 usic Department One of the busiest and most versatile divisions in the school is the niusir department. Al many gatherings within the school and rommunity ran be found members of this musical organization providing the entertainment. The surceeding pages show the many duties V Y ' f 5 , LY fi f, 'ff W ' and pleasures 2f,f Q involved in A 'AMI 2 5 If W M the musical field. 4 I X , , f Xxxxxs I ,MA 1 ,ff eeee 4 'vs rx' hw X If 0 NN EX S Q. 1 '4?457.f'T7. gi xyg, yi- 1 If ,f X, . i 4 f X 83 X . WV. :g?f'li'i1'?"f'W'f 1LE?:r.1fm9SWd.w,Q:g:? Hap U? 1' ,jf , if cfs , f 5 Z 1 1 'V ' gvx X '51 Wynn ,W ww Wfk , X, .W .WM Y XX ai, X bg. LHR R ' m 9' '-s it as , Lk X' N01 A 1f.Y,f'x X x f xx 5 1 f 'If' 'V 'iq 3, . 18514 x ' ,4 A an X Rv, 25? TRN .41 1 vig 1 .. ,, 5 i . 'fqfiiv 5" - I ' 1 ' s Q 45 Yvffy WV? 6 'If' wx, is 94 Y 9,0 4. kg 2 5 f '3 ff f r ef. 5 lei 4 1 , 99 ' Ts "k 'if J 4' 4' J A P, A ' X . E f 3 iii? X lwuX i 1 , : E : ? 5 E - 1 r I 1 1 H , ,, ,, , 1 ,,,V,,,. .,-,..,,,,mn,w A,f f 2 s 2 .Wwm,4..-.,v.,gfwv,fw-mf,w'w-Mm' - W ' PFI, l ' , SANDAC. Allclrt-tlgv, Y. llvnzv. B. lluclson, l". Clutpnmn. D. Ilulminson. .-X. llowc. C, Ctmstt-lo, B. Xlillvr, AI. Nvwlcirk, S. fltllllll. -I. Vuxitlc-vt-r, -I. .-Xllclrvtlgv. ll. .-Xnclt-rscm, X. Burke-tt, L, Coleman. S. Nlillspuuglx, D. llzlym-. Il. lltlll, ll. linkin. B. Orr. VI. Cltnimam and ll. B1-1'ry. lnstrumental Ensembles MUCH OF THE EXACTING WORK put into these music ensembles is gone unnoticed. When they per- form before the contest judges, as well as various organizations in the city, only the finished product is seen and heard. By belonging to these instru- mental groups the students attain a higher appre- ciation of music, its expressions, and its presentation. IJ f'lLI I llln-l'. li. X:-vlx. U. l,l'.li'II fiKJIiXlal llilll l1'flln11:f1r.B,Il.ul- mn. lf, Clmpnmn. Ii. Orr. S, 'IX-r1'x Xrwfllrynzluivf. ISI, CIHXHIYICAIW Qlf-Xli'l'lC'I'. Irfl In filllf, S, Cuulcl, lx. Bmllv. -I. Xalxlclvw-r. -I. .XII- ill'k'lIU4' X55 1 1 l : U. A - -mg '. mum , . 5 .UIHUXIC , '. - ' ,UI ,. s3LUl1. 4?-Q K . ,-, SB 'af' 'f ZVVXT, 1 GIRLS' SEXTE'l'-stunrIin,Q. left to right: NYoocl, A. Yllviscnlycrgcr, 1. Higg, S. TQr1'y. C. Taylor, B. Nec-ly: Szfrftczl, A. Howe, ACC0I7lIN1lli1S'f. r P National Club THE NATIONAL CLUB, designed for the greater appreciation of better music, has for its members the best musicians in the band. By belonging to this exclusive club, they learn many of the finer points of showmanship. Playing a solo before the entire club during the school year is the only requirement placed upon the members. This solo must be memorized and it must be one of the better pieces of music. The meetings, held in the mem- bers homes, have an air of informality but at the same time one of a competi- tive spirit. 'Y C IHLS' CLEE CLUB- stfltcfl, left to right: C. Kc-nnard B. 'I1llIllX'I'l2iliL'. BI. Compton. Xl. Strulnlt-. T. Pacluctt. K. Italie-r. K. Bodlc-. Bridges. Morris. Ii. Bivins, S. Kit-ft!-r, Millspaugli. S. Ste-clqlr-r. I. Iiruu-r. S. Could, I. offinu, I. Yantlevcr, I. Allclrcclgv. K. Goodman. K. Kari. Secrmfl Hou: S. PAlI'llll'llll'l UI. XYoods. ID. Xllllltllllm N. Ilallvig. NYL-au-r. Y. Tennis. I. Danni-r. L. Lm-dy. E. Payne-. S. Itosltlnll. S. Tfrry. A. X1-wkirlr. XY. Bt-rln-ricli. I. Marriott. C. Rankin. A. Arnold. Xl. Iiandolpli. K. lfrick. I". Liclrllv. K. Clinv. li. Xwly. I. .xpplt-Ivy. Xl. Coodart. I.. Leave-nsg Third How: C. llosn-vlu-r, L. Allt-n. T. XYl1ittakt-r, Xl. Hudson. l'. l.f-.nr. I. Comm-r. Xl Ill B Ln . tus. . cas. C. Izldt-r. It. Yladdlv. C.. Apple-hy. S. .-Xnlu-nlirand. I. Bnrrt-ll. VI. ltlslt-yy I-. Xlallar. -I. Chap- man. QI. Hicks. C. Ilvnsiclx. Carnplwll. C. Bratton, C. Taylor. D. XYrig.gl1t, IQ. NIL-Cary. K. f,lox'vr. B. llvrsll- In-rgc-r. UI. Km-nan. l'. TJTIIIRIH, Nl. XYoolclridgc. Fourth Huw: P. Sanford. SI. Ewald. C. Sawyt-r, A. flllllllllll. Ii. Ilarlc- P ness, I. Seals, C. Dr-islu-r. j. Klcinsclnnidt, I. Bishop. A. Arnold. ll. Br-nnt-tt. X. Pr-rry. C. Castelo, C, Clt-ary A. Ewing. I. Brown. I. Dagley. B. Schrader. F. Elder. I', llolfcc-. -I. Ile-lton. A. Ilnlfaclior. NI. XYicklin. L. Darnell. C. -Iaclcson. P. Xlligcr. C. liigg. -I. Bowen. Fifth Rout L. Barlgtt. A. Loc-lcv. I. Nlillcr. L. XYalter. S. Beal. B. Allen. It. Allen. Ii. llt-rslilivrgt-r. I. Rigg. A. NH-is:-lilmm-rg. S. XYoorl, If. Patton. L. Pc-tvrson. A. lloxw-, l'. Iiggm-lmrwcltt, K. Litllvr- land. lj. Doadvs, S. Burton and It. Brown. Vocal EYISZIDDICS INCLUDED IN THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT at Mt. Carmel High School are the vocal groups. We boast of a fine band but our choruses are no less outstanding. When these groups meet they rehearse and memorize mu- sic for their various commitments throughout the year. By joining the chorus, the students learn the fundamentals of singing. They are able to put this into practice in the other singing groups about town. Another of our fine vocal groups is the girl's sextet. These girls, selected for their ability to blend their individual voices into a harmonious ensemble, sing at many social functions in Mt. Carmel. N-XTIOXAL CI.l'B7.stnmling. lwff In riulrlz B. Ilnrlson. ll. Lear.-li. -I. Xe-wltirlt. A. lloxw. C. .-Xllclrcmlgv. B. Iialxin. I. ltigg. J Ire-siclvrlfz C. Fc-slvr. I.. Coleman. -I. Yanclvxvr. UI. Allclroglgu. 'lf Hsln-r. B. Gould: Srwtvrl: S. Could. K. lfrit-lt. Nl. llc-att-r. S. Xxllbllil. - 5. S. xllllSl7LtIlf.lll. B. xlllll'l'. C.. Castr-lo. .-X. XXVI'-t'IllN'l'Ql'l and C. Rankin. BOYS' CLEI2 CI.l'B-frllrlt row. Ivy! In ziglzfz D. I..t'LlLll. B. Ealiin. Y. llc-nm-. -I. Ilan. -I. lIc't'x'n's. C. Allclrvcltlv. VI. Broun. Xl. Iolinson. T. Bntlvrg Swrovul limb: I.. lsaat. B. Sltaxx. Ii. Bart-. .X. Br-vk. B. llarlxlvr. S. Loxvllc-ttv. S. Xlillvr. B. lIlltlSUll. ID. l'ay11t-. :plat-ll. Tlzirzl Hou: C. Svilwrt. T. Sznitli. -I. llout-Inns. l". Linxwilt-r. DI. Brown. li. 'l'm'nBaruv. -I. X1-xvlxirlc. ll. Olds. L. Stolty. T. Fisltcr. Il. .-Xndvrsong I'-Ullffll How: D. Clie-r. B. Could. It. Ilnn- Qt-rford. F. Case. L. Cole-man. lt. X4-wlcirk. NI. Dawson. Xl. Don:- las. ID. Ilolrinson. C. Bc-lniquisl. I. l'l'cistt'r. I.. l't-rry. C. SL'll0IlLllIl.lll. Mt. Carmel If-Iiglm School a Capella Choir' . 1 .. ' xily V S.. l. l f L L fl . :Z ., "li ' 3 A t N ji '- . :j f ix, , f ., LQ, Z M 5 if N SOPRANOS-top row, left to ,jg 'S , . b f right: L. Leedy, P. Eggebrecht, B. 5 , ,, I . ff V . I , Henhbergef, n. Allen, A. wean..- - ' x Q , N 5 berger, S. Wood, nextrow: I.Klein- f , " ' Q Q schmidt, I. Cbomer, S. Ankenbrand, ' - 1 , .. v if s. Bridges, F. wana., 1. msg, next ,Q lg . Qfiglgy, if 1 row: S. Gould, K. Bodle, S. Terry, 5' gf? I 1 5 N. Burkett, R. Berry, front row: M. - i ,V . eil Goodart, Heater, S. Millspaugh, l .L 1. Fm 'K ALTOS toprow lefttoright I Vmdever CCastelo CFesler L. Walter A.Howe nextmw IAll 610680-IRi8l0YlMarn0tt.lC0f fingKLitherland,TPadgett,next row B Neely G Taylor D Wright, KFrlck,HBennett fI'0Ylff0!0 C Ranhn,SStocklerDWilliamsM Struble. x V pf M . 'X 1' 7? , +, :tx ll S. Q ' f BASSES- top row, left to right: I. Houchins, M. Douglas, M. Dawson, R. Gould, D. Robinsong ned row: F. Case, F. Linxwiler, L. Coleman, R. Feslerg front row: A. Beck, F. Campbell, L. Isaac, G. Rehn- qulst. I, Q ' s - if Y Y xl 1 iff' TENORS--top fow, left to right: D. Payne, I. Brown, R. Newhirlr, 1. Newlrirlr, T. Fkherg second row: V. l-lenze, B. Ea- B kin, C. Kmnard, I. Reevesg front row: G. Alldredge, B. Hudson, B. I-lackler. RAPPING HIS BATON sharply on the music stand, Mr. Perkins, the director. demands the attention and voices of the M. C. H. S.. a Ca- pella Choir. All its members are bent on the one purpose of blending their individual voices into a melodious unison. By hard work. they strive to perfect songs which they present at the Christmas program before the high school. at the special church services, throughout the year, and at the spring concert. Behind their superb performances there are long and tire- some rehearsals, difficult lyrics to be memo- riseiandmusictobefixedintheirminds. With determination they work toward their goal of perfection. Donning their ,choir robes before performing. a feeling of accomplishment fills their hearts. making their singing a natur- al of happiness. beautified by thor- ough training. As they sing, they enter a sanc- tum to herald their praises with religious music. IN N ff, .a+ X' ,MH -Q-ff ,. .Q:wsr.,, Lmgwmmf, .W ,WNW- ..-v-au vim -mga A M ,v V WN-5 Athletics Participating in athletics inlluces the boys lo practice team spirit, comralleship mul physical arul nwntal fitness. As leaders in the show of good sportsmanship, they have provided many exciting and interesting evenings of sports for the school as well as for the public. Mfg ww I Hll Inimg llIt'lI' pmn-prims lll tlu' .r1r. H. l'Nc.r:m'rml:. D, XYmr.ul. lf. HIXINN llu sm tml 5. Bun tu xic' J!-I-,S flu-1'r tlu- tfmtlirtll tum: torv. CI"I2CI'I26d2l'S ELECTED IN THE FALL alter trying out before the student body, the cheerleaders led the Aces through both the football and basketball seasons. Miss Goodfred, as spon- sor, drove the cheerleaders, Barbara Hungerford, Dinah Wright, Elizabeth Bivins and Susie Bridges, to the out-of- town games. Some of their duties were being host to out- of-town cheerleaders, preparing decorations for the bas- ketball banquet, and practicing many long hours on new yells. One of the most important duties was controlling the crowd and instilling good sportsmanship. ' fl ztrlt uf l'IllllllNlQl5lll. ldrlcllvcl by tht' flu-Q-rlcztclt-rs in an rmlsiml pvp ll5NK'llllJlf, xx 1 Llllll txml lvy at xic-tory mm-1' Camlxi. ,N.i A familiar sight during any lmskf-thrill Uzllllt- is to sw- tlic ohm-rluult-rs lm-riding ilu- t'x4'il1'tl fans in ll yell. Varsity Football SEPTEMBER MEANT SCHOOL AND FOOTBALL. The door to sports was pushed open by the en- trance oi the turf squad. Here was what many boys had been waiting for, a new year and a new chance to play. Hand in hand with the team were the fans, showing their backing and confi- dence in the team with their enthusiastic cheer- ing. The boys had a fair season despite the fact that the last three games were cancelled because of influenza. Loyal fans of the Aces can be proud of the fine sportsmanship displayed by the team. Block that maui amd lvt's go Act-sl ,ff Fumlilol Arcs recover' . lil. tl- f'-' T , O ,, Vx , if -4 X , -. . .'?.,,.+ - ' ' ' nw 1 x .Yu 1 I , , 372-,dw 4 - 'bv ',9N xs',2,A, ' TQ- , Ta f .5---...,1.,., ,Ulll i ,f df H , v ff if-f ., 'za x , g sf x END vans: M, J J, f K . X -wwf- we ,,,, Mmwww -53 A 1' fl' ,egffZais4v'f92 7035 A -or , . gwngx ' " - .7 S K 1 5 f 7 N H7 Z, ,g A A 1 y , 1 ,fw- ..' W 21454 9 5 -Lx" THESE SENIOR LETTERMEN certainly were im- portant to the team. Their rugged determina- Y e a I A C e S tion, good sportsmanship, and teamwork will be missed next year. The initiative and de- termination of each player was a credit to the school as well as the team. Rox lluxmeurolm dashes in to tackle Prfrr: Roux rut.-cs for a touchdown. tl spc-cding opponet. wt- Thr-5 X Sc-pt. 13 Edwards T 6 13 W H i 'Sm-pt. 20 Fairfield ll 6 21 'Sc-pt. 27 Bridgeport T 26 13 0 Oct. 4 Flora I I 26 6 'Oct 12 Salem T 0 6 'Oct. 18 Carmi ll 18 12 t Homecoming? "Oat, 25 Lawrenceville Il cnnccfllvnl "Nov, l Ulm-5' T L'2lllL't'llt'tl Nm. S PI'lI1L'l'l0!l T callin-llt-cl 0 NEC 1101111 Cuarlr, JIM joux, clist-lust-s tt pussi- hlf- play with Assistant Cll!Il'lIl',X'. llhxm 5'mnc:m1Ax and HAY Wlxxuzu. As.si.xtunt CIuuz'l1 jonx GATrLs is absent. Q 1.Q, m ,, Q N x ug 2 X ' 1 fl' l 'K g 6? 5 Q 5:55 x . a j!! . .. 5.. W 5 Q y ,I e Frosh-Soph Football Schedule Alliion . ,,,,, .. 7 Lmvrencc-ville ,,,,, ,,,,,, . .12 Ol xnm- y . . l".iirfim-lcl 20 Clllfllll . . 20 Bridgr-port ,,,, .. T Carmel.. . .. Carmel ,,,,,,,, .. Carmel.. ,,,, . . Carmel Carmel Carmel Figlit, Team, Figlat I'liOSll-SOPII SQUAD -First Row, left to right: D. Xlillqimcm. S. Miller. S. Smith. I. Kemper. I. Hicks. A. Jones, K. Brown. C. Kc-nnard, B. NVheeler, V. Dc-Marco, Secmul Row: D. XVilliams, L. Lutz, T. Butler, G. Childers, B. Mabry, X. XVilq-ox. D. Malott. R. TL-nBargc, I. Nlbod, I. Brown. E. Louclerinilkz Third Row: Newlcirk, C. Lutz. S. Lovellcttc-, J. Baird. R. Newkirk, C. Zimmer, B. Allin. I. Brown. R. Harrell, M. Douglas, P. Singer, XY. Burke amcl H. Xlinklcr, C0!lL'Il. o pi ,uf utStanding Senior H uhm , x 5' 'Q-7' -2, ff 4 . .N I A gtg?-1 -Q' x A n A Ni, -,-Hs, W 'X J '. , A 'yn ' A. ,Q K s fx. m'2W 1,'QA1 is Q A Q .xi , 1 -1. ll ii? ij' Clllb MCMEZTS Q 4 if if A e ww, Ax KA M 1 fm 4mm NW- AN , +- wx, A + 5 A X A QA, A . 'I 1 1 v, 4 X- V Q V Y X x fs g is 'L A s. ' x S x x Y J, + Y A , Q an L" 11 g y 4 , W- , ,X A A A ' K A . A 3 . A wi Q Sa 5 5 xf ' '42 av A FV K Y -f ' 'A sv A ,fl L ,. MA " i V w a V '. . , hs , gf 'W A A , A A., , A A M A 4 1- y' A L, . Ln Y' A. A . A A nj ' A A A A. A?-,. .:..:Q.5f:' A ' '-ff' , m .Mt fr, Q jv A 6 ,nk 55 I I ., gri m ff at , 1 Q A A A A i Q :K 4 I W K , ,M 2 X N W Q- -' -I X X ff im 5 A 1 X ' 4' A ' s Q ' ' 'M A Q AA Ai, A Lis 57 -EM -A. f - ' - 1 W -A 1 , ' 4 W , ,A ' 4 ' A :A -Q -ff N if 'T L A M ?'Hf?Q,?"i W. X ai A ' ' ' - 'sy A 5 1 f' Q W . 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A w Q A X t , 1 wi .V W . , .Q Q ow w,QwM..wQww.wwMAWwxw .,?g,,,..Mf..-'A'f'f'WxL " A-'WN M ' ::f-ng-,,vv..f.:r::e:m..a:,,g:.p: 4 vqisww-F4-Q .ann-.q..::-xxx. .mp-A, -+-:w,wu:A, '- 37 -V , :L mf hm. Aces of the Court Mt. Carmel High School Basketball Schedule 1957-1958 Nm' XIcl,Cf1nsboro , lDf'L'. Albion Dc-Lx l,z1wrcnc'uvillc ,, D111 lrlflfkl ,, D1-Q. Bridgeport , , De-Q. lfuirfif-lil , , IJ:-u . 27. 28 Bridgeport Tourm-5' Clay City , Robinson Noble- ,I.m. Salem lun. Curmi ,, , jun. I.a1wrcnc-cvillv ,, jan. Olney lim, lfalirficlfl -lun. Bridgeport -Iam. Flora -Idll, Caxrxni Ifvlm. Allnion lfl-ln. Dumillr- lf:-lm, llolminxun lfvlr. Snlvxn If:-lm. Olncy , Ifr-lm. ..- Mt. Vernon , , , Nl.1r. 53. el. 5. 6. 7 Nlt. C2ifllll'l Rm-gimml Tourney Dahlgrun . , , Carmi ,, Nlt. Vernon ,,,, ,,,,, XX' 57 T2 74 67 Tl -94 'I 86 53 72 '16 6-3 86 71 89 79 -19 72 57 H6 55 90 58 70 71 49 T 42 49 43 58 50 57 -12 72 -15 57 -Us all 64 40 70 57 50 05 59 T0 60 -18 56 52 T0 57 Xili5l'l'l Sijl 'Xll-lfmnf Hun. lrft In rlgJln': li. Orr. llurmuw: P. Knlly, CI. lu-nn.nrcl. l,. clilllllllf. D. lfurxll- lIlIllNk'l'. S. Smith. -I, Kl'lll17t'I'. .llrim1,ucfl': Sw'm14l Huw: li. Cnulcl. L. Gill. ll. Lock:-. ll. llllll2i'l'l.DfLl. Il. Dillard. -I. Brown. li. Blmmwz Tllirrl Huw: Cffmrlz Cute-xwml. D. Brqumclvlummrg. B. Blorlun, S. Purtl-cz D. Singcr, D. Douglua, K. lI.u'ri5, gl,5'4Nl-Yftlllf flllllfll john. lil 'lc Il I.uck1a 5tl'l'fL'1ll'5 to gn-t thx ilu hu' th tllil-Ulill .mil D1 7l'L't1lI v Au-N. an Rox IILN- mx Slxrzl-'ll wait '-E' vu ,A N Slxrzrzn jumps high tn tip in ilu- lrxll as Bl"l'K'lI I,oc'Kr1 wutc-lws wlowly. Aces In Action VC. ,Jar Jw' Ez' - i,g, ii f sw i wi' ,www , ,mg .MM Jfibix . Mzgw P f 14 'F C I Q' -. , 4 an I ,xx-4 V Q 1 A , L f 11' - -1'fl ,Q fi 1 ' 1 Freshmen Basketball Schedule 1957-1958 WE THEY 37 ,.,.,,., ,,,,,,,, E DNVARDS ,,,,,,. .,., , ,46 51 ,,,,,,,, ,,,...,. F AIRFIELD ..,,. ,,,, ,,,,, 4 2 45 ,,,, ,..,..., OLNEY ,,,A.....,.,......V. ,,,,,,,, 4 2 50 ,,,,,,7, ,7,, , ,. LAVVRENCEVILLE ,,,, ,,,.Y, 5 3 40 ,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,, B RIDC-EPORT ,...,,,, , ,,,, 41 41 ,..,,.,. ,,,,,,,, C ARMI ,.,,,.....,,. ,,,,.,., 4 2 34 , ,, ,7,,7,,. FAIRFIELD ,,,,,,,A ,,,,,,,,,, 5 6 5:3 7,,,,, . OLNEY ,,,, 7 , 38 41 77,, , A, CARMI ,,,,,, 42 S5 , 777,, , EDXVARDS ,... , 7,,,Y,,,,, 44 35 ,.,.... ,.77.,,, B RIDGEPORT W ,,,,,,,,,,, , 36 52 7,77,,, 7,77, L AXVRENCEVILLE .,,,, , ,7.7,7, 58 Tournament time brought a big crowd to the gym and nervous anxiety to the Aces bench. Z .f 'T,':,5,, ' f H Z f121?i"Z ' f, T122 . 2 Na v ' , 1 :K Z ..,, L., Q, ,,, ,f X 1: 4 3 fn . n: f' ,fu V ., , ' A .f , Agizvi-fr, lfw, w, .-f-Q ZJZA ' if V if ' -ffm 4QZ'f:,.IzflJZi7yiQ!f, 4.251 , 'N V 9,34 .,m,f' - , if f,,.,,f!vf:, t.f'Lf,W,.,,47' ,V vm Jw f. ' ',12,w'1,1:zw v,,' gy 2',,,1f , We f'Z24'H I I7 41- , W T' 7' ' ' f A ,' "W" ' Z l ' i f' I W , , , ',,Y W,w, A nm? if M 'nf 'fy , 4 yr 1 , 1 K 2, 5, ff' if 4 1 4? MY7 4 ji' , KW- M ,W :gg is , fx v' . J! ' , 3 ,f M 2 M1 L , QJ fr , Z? '12 fr 4 l K .s ,. I M www, . funn, fi W4 X iagli MSW 0 YV 04' C ,R Q HIE .M wi Q P' ' gi' 'J R, Q ,5 N. ,Je V 'A ! V, , A Vi' 14, , 2 - Q V 9' if 9 M' QF' f ' ,.fp.wfr?6l NU! 9 ffl ff N ,Q . fe A. 1 , J ,g , A ,, 1' The Fighting Aces LATE IN NOVEMBER the Aces launched a season which led them to be ranked among the top fifteen teams in the state during the year. Only co-operation, team spirit, and good playing brought it about. The boys worked hard at long practice sessions ev- ery evening after school and advanced un- der the coaching abilities of Mr. Gatewood, head coach, Mr. Iohn and Mr. Winkler, as- sistant coaches. Opening the season in good style, the Golden Aces won their first five games by wide margins. Their first de- feat was handed them by the Fairfield Mules. With some of the over-confidence gone, the team came back to win the Bridge- port holiday tournament. After the Christ- mas vacation the team retumed to defeat the Salem five. The Carmi Bulldogs were the next to knock the Aces out of the victory seat. Attempting to regain their position, the Aces again put the round ball through the hoop more times than five other teams. Once more the Aces met Carmi on the hardwood, only to be jarred from their victorious posi- tion. The Aces alternated wins and losses until the last scheduled game of the season. Mt. Vernon was the team and the Rams be- came the losers. Tournament time came all too soon for the fans but they cheered the Aces through an exciting regional tourna- ment at Mt. Carmel. The first five defeated Dahlgren, the district winner, and met Carmi in the second game. Despite injuries and the fact that we hadn't beaten Carmi in sev- eral years, the Aces again were the top team. Mt. Vernon handed the team defeat in the final game of the tourney. All in all the Aces had a good season and it will long be remembered by the students at Mt. Car- mel High School. Btrcu LOCKI-3, RON HUNGEllP'0RD, STEVE PARTEE and DON SINGER sc nnblc with I4ilNVI't'l1L't'Ylllt' for at it bound. Srrzwi PAHTEI-3 and BOB Conn of IJ2lVVl't'llL't'Ylll9 jostlt- for the hill NN-..,, 5. 'P MCHS Cinclermen TWENTY-THREE CANDIDATES turned out for the varsity track squad. On the squad, which came in third in the conference last year, are two seniors, eleven juniors, cmd ten sopho- mores. The sophomores and juniors are mov- ing up from a group which won first place in the 1957 conference frosh-soph meet. Coach lohn commented that the team would give a good account of itself this year, and would make their opponents work in order to beat the M. C. H. S. crew. Racing to break the record in the 440 arc, left to right: B. BIOKLAN, D. Douc- LAS and B. BROWN. f-.,, W' Siding, left to right: I. Kemper, R. jones, K. Brown, J. Tennes, N. Brunson, S. Miller, S. Fis- cher, I. Brown, G. Ankenbrand, B. Mabry, R. Peterson, B. Malottg Kneeling: K. jackso 1, R. Dillard, L. Conrudy, Xl. Douglas, B. Brown, B. Hackler, R. TenBurge, M. He-ring, C. Z..n.ner, P. Kolb, T. Kling, R. Gray, R. Moore, Standing: Coach john, j. Houchins, D. Young, B. Could, B. Morlan, D. Douglas, Singer, D. Singer, T. Payne, D. Branclebourg, K. llurris and J. Hicks. PETE KOLB is practicing his well co- mdinsxtcd broad jump. . ,, JI? Lt-uvint: the blocks for the 100 yard dash .nrcg left to right: PETE KULB and KENNY Alt-xczxsox. AS THE LIGHT of the lamp shifted from basketball to track, Coach Iohn found that he had cr young squad. The team soon began to take shape as the boys worked daily on their individual spe- cialities while supervised by the coach. In all meets the Aces entered they dis- played the qualities which earned them the respect of their opponents. ix Slwmin showing his prmus with the- shutput. QP . AEN' , .M 1. "' N ...fv- N Kiivrlirzg. lvft In right: l.. tlill. ,l. Singer. li. llnngt-rtorrl, L. Crum, H. Nlt-Cuirv, D. Dt'XYitt D. l'.llllhilHllNl'. li. Xlqiiurs. A. Brown: Stmiffimuz S. Pairtvv. X. Wilt-ox, D. NYilkinson. L. Lutv -I, ciI't7!L'I'. K. Young. S. Smith. D. Singer. D. Branch-hmirg. XI. Iuincs. N. Nlorris. L. Lot-kt lf. Cust-. Crrurlz Cutvxxumi was .ihst-nt :it the' time this pit-turn' was taken. Aces of The Diamond THE IVICHS BASEBALL TEAM achieved suc- cess last year. Winning the district, regional, and sectional tournaments, they advanced to the state finals, where they placed second. This year the team has two all-state players back, L. Gill and L. Crum. We have high fr hopes for the team this season, and we know - A they will receive notable recognition. Y T Lxnm Cam., Slzmtstup, uit-ks his arm. if "ig -K so .. AMW ss fm ilxtciy tu thrmx the hull for at thmhh' ' play ext wt-mid. I Win 1 Ziff Thr' NT Shih' HIIIIIHT-lip lim-hull Tezun. S'r1-Luc l'.-mnin-.. .xl!llHlUl'I'. mimi mulntuw thi- CNHI Jlviillll il i N Willdll 7. Diifllvf . .... I . Dltl'lllIILf Illllflllllf' clurmg h-mttliig przu-tu-1-. Hmm Ill wcini-nun pn-parm to throw. -111.4- -vniifz 4. :QM 'vm 'rf , All-stzltv vain-hm-r IANN Cnrxi xig- l,itL'lll'l' .'XN'l'ill'li BROWN tllL'llif-S' mils his pitcher for the next pitch. -I Siilrml frwm his L'11tl'lli'l'- P' Q gi 7, .1555 J V , fi., y .fy Tk 9 Q' 355' 'I A : , f 4 1, ., wM, L,,5,,, xy, , 5 1 sw: ' , I, 1 3' ' 'Y , :W . , f' , ,, dxf . 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The rock and roll music of the sockhops and the slow, dreamy music of the Prom are equally enjoyed by the students. x xt W Y 'X--R ,XX fro wx 1? g , , Cc Y X 115 Homecoming: A Highlight From Time As Miss Bi1.i.1r: XYELLS is crowned Home-V coming Qui-cn, in the mind of every girl is time wishful thought tlut nulyiw someday 'gilt in- rim-on. -s 9 A Entertainment during the half of the home- "'l'- coming ganna- is provided by thc band. The flash of the I1llli0I'CttL'S, butons and the sound of the band herald the homecoming parade. An exgunplt- of school spirit is shown in the winning Industrial Arts float, "Cross Over thc Bridgcf' xx f Lamp of Wisdom THE HOMECOMING sponsored by the Student Council is one of the many highlights of the lamp of Wisdom. These scenes depict the students taking 'time out' from their studies for the afternoon and evening homecoming festivities. Whether the students are watching or participating in a march- ing band, the crowning of a queen, the homecoming dance, watching the float they worked on win first prize, or speeding for a touchdown, they show great spirit and enthusiasm for each event. This affair offers many chal- lenging tasks to the active student. Constructive extracurricular activities such as these take up rnuch of the lei- sure time of the student body of Mt. Carmel High School. 'ill' l111'll4m' 1 vmu' holds his lmrvutli us Lsxlms fllL,l. runs for xxinning touchdown. 1 iota-s of tlu- urclivstru tc-mpt umm' to tlu cltmx' floor alt the Ilrmilwcoiiririg DklHC'L'. Homecoming ueen and Attendants BILLIE XVELLS, Senior, was elected to he our Homecoming Queen by popular vote of the student body. DURING THE CONFUSION of Homecoming week, the students took time out to select a queen and her attendants which are as follows: Billie Wells, sen- ior, queen: Sally Rockhill, sophomore: Sandra Par- mener, freshman: Sheila Kieffer, junior. These girls were honored at an assembly and in the parade, and they reigned over the dance Homecoming night. Y f!'2-:- 5, ff 74 g ml-zu:-f' wife 3 'vi 2' , Ap, ff ,y 1, qi f av- I ,, '. fffuf QP? f 'NSY W wwf cfm, ' 'f :gym ::,g:,w Q-fdpfffffi aw f ,fa-51 w V fhrfvss nw' fl 1 4f"f'7 7731? ' U fl, at Y ,W I in I f wg- ff ,- ' ' 'Q "., I -, rv ffl? . 2.4, 2. M , ,mm i'f'3gffffsi - VM- 1, N , ' Qf 1 if nf 3 Q ,I Q 'Q' 5' Y M451 win, M V 9922: 1' og Laughedn UNDER THE ABLE DIRECTION of Mr. Edward Hardesty, director, and Mr. Donald Swift, art director, the Iunior Class of 1957-58 presented "The Little Dog Laughed", by Vera and Ken Tarpley. Laurie Huntington, home from college for the summer and confident that she is a full- fledged psychologist, trys her theories on her unsuspecting family. Her younger brother, Wally, decides immediately that she has gone completely berserk. The older Huntingtons take it calmly at first, but as the play progress- es, they become more and more rattled. They reach their hilarious "energy peak" by doing a rock and roll dance in front of their startled daughter and her boy friend. When Laurie decides to reform some ladies at her mother's tea, the party ends in disaster and the ladies stomp out of the house in a frenzy of anger. With a couple of puppy-love affairs added to the plot, the play continues with comedy, con- fusion, and in the end, much gaiety. Laurie finally realizes her mistakes, apologizes to everyone concerned, and all ends well. lt tl1:A lJLlL'l'i!l'Ulllllll Art Dir11'tur. NI11. 8111141 C 1 111 t C XN'I'I'l,U. B011 Cl0L'l.1J. "Blown illltl Pop ll1111ti112t4111 trlp tl11- l1gl1t f.111t.1wt11'. ., 'JE l,1'fI 111 11111111 Dux l'L'x14110L 51-111. 5,1111 xlll.l.S 1.11 1.11, ID XI! l Vtxxx Yorxca. SAYIYX 'l'1c11111'. 'l'l11 1' frirtion prow- tl1.1t "lou: L'Ull!1llCl' ll! UPI' 'T Ill .tll . as-nw 1 AHDPSI1 flffllf 11 It x 1118 to XI '11 X s N 1111 I-II x ll urs 1 1r1v1 lIlj.,1S 111 111111 1111 111 11 SK 11 1 x SI 1 ll rt 1111s 3 1 1 as 11 1r11 1118 11I1lS 1or t111 1111 IXIIIL 1111111111 11ts 111 111 1rs N lll 1 11.1 xuis 1 IS 1 11 11r 11111x111 111111t11 s WBROTHER GOOSE' Senior Play - 1958 IEFF Brother Goose MQIIOH Iames IS trymg to make a hvmg for h1S brother WES hm Fztch and s1sters CAROL, Sandy Keenan, and HY, Delora W1111ams HEL EN, Ianzce Haber, the1r present mard qu1ts and PEGGY, janet W1111ams, a saleslady d9C1d9S to take the 1ob w1th hopes to catch IEPP XII. 11 ', Ili " 1' t1 - p111,'. 1-x- Y 'A' 111111 5 . . X11 ', A. 1'121.'111.'111c111:1:11 1 1 C. ll 3."11.', 1111' 11 111' 111' ' ' ', 1'111 ' ' NVQ 1' " 211' 1111 1111- .' -t. XY1 '1- F. C11A111x1,x.' 111111 D. 111.11 1 1j1lR1 t111- 1-11 1' ., 1. XY13 11,5 11 -11. .l. R11:1111'11.s 11 ' -1 1 '. 11v11y' j - 1 ' 1 ring 1'1- '1 5111 XY. COWLINU. 11. 1311311111 111111 Al. 1111114 1. 1"1T1:1I 111111 -1. NY11.1.1Axrs .1-11111 1 xium to V 11011' D. X11 . . . .' 1411 11" 1 ' .711 1 5' .11 1? 1 1 1 V X if 1 'PXP 1 1 ' 1 A Sgfyj . 5 . i . 122 EVE, Roxanna Berry, moves next door and charms WHS. SARAH, Wanda Cowling, adds spice throughout the play. LENORE, S. Gould, is a rich girl who is trying to snare IEFF, but doesn't succeed as MRS. TRIMMER, I. Rigg, and a truck driver, Iesse Reeves, upset her plans. XX'luile-S. Kriiaxsx cmr-srlrups and Xl Al xmas looks on. S. c:OL'l.D makes an portant tclcplloxic L-all. The 1957 Prom-HEbb Tideu HIGHLIGHING THE SOCIAL EVENTS of MCI-IS is the prom. A great deal of planning and effort are taken to make the prom a success. During the week before the prom, the class of 1958 worked very hard to change the decor of the boys gym. The theme "Ebb Tide" had been chosen by the class officers long before other people thought about the prom. An air of expectation was taken on by the student body as they watched and waited for the gym to change in ap- pearance. Work went on far into the night the evening be- fore the prom, and continued all day Friday. A few "doubt- ing Thomases" wondered if it would be finished when they returned. That evening they saw the gym transformed into a shimmering sea. Yellow, blue, and green crepe paper along with special lighting gave the effect of a beautiful lagoon within the gym. Strange and exotic fish swam above our heads, giving the gym the appearance of an under- water ballroom. Decorating the tables were golden angel fish. The orchestra's music rnelodically came from a gi- gantic clam shell, which also guarded the entrance to the gym. Each girl dressed in her frilly formal became a Cinde- ralla: each boy became a prince charming. It is true that a special light shone from our lamp on prom night. "Lw'wt.?,,,M,. . ' N M I .. ' QQ. . ir .. few-f 'if I if X--. 1 I Q A ' INN. W mi ruff'-Y" "QW ' ' pq - ,QQ 'nw ik Q eff WL, I!llll'l' xx.1 lu tln' 1111-111 Un: 1 11: tluf lllllllll lmlS11m1.l.N NHUM ll ul tlll Illlll llI.ll1lI. llll Ullll lil lllllNlL L.llll4' lll"ll ill! ttu elm flluml Ltnnnx, lkll vm mms- nfl tllf- ltf. .mutln 1' IIIlYIIli'Ill .ull my ol .A pm-rlcct uiglnl Wfmw .Avi BUNCH OF HISSE V .- ..Q .- N , 4, FUN FOR ALL STE WART'S SOOTHING SYRUP -,D"4v A LOTTA MUGS , I 4.1 :-'5iI':l' " ' '21-r" .j- .5 3 NK j H . :- -: W .. mar Y -5:-rm: .- :3:r':2s-- SEI - df, Miv- -----: 1 gww mf - 54553 aw K f ., WH!! 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