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

 - Class of 1959

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INVESTMENT CLUB: FIRST ROW, 't 'Q -- 9 Spa mam S. irrfff. 2. E 6" D Ffnfc R .. .. -E vk S, .J " .. P 3 . .. ix wa -n O' ': - .. f' ' R Maggwd LJ. imma" J. S f- S Fifdw- Hwxu. SECOND ROW, " Mr. .- " Q: '. ' ,. 1 qv K.. J . 4 V Qi THE ACTPROCONS: FlRST ROW, if' " J :. game' ,. W'-1 4. " K- V' N K' ,wg S. . H. ff 4. bc" sg' J. W Nw 5. S" fl FA -' "fu K R Jv QQ. 1, J 4 f vu -. ' f. SECOND ROW, -- - 1-"1 C ffzvw K. 21019 . Q" Llvc rw K1 -w 'u b.:: W' G 2 C AQ. '- T 'O if QV' H' pf! THE 'NEW CLUBS- THE INVESTMENT AND ACTPROCONS CLUBS .Aww lfwestmenf Cub: Mike Hering, Treaswer: Ron Jones, Vice President: Mr. Gi em, Sponsor: Teddy Padgett, Secretary? George Arkcwoffmd, Presfientj and Peter Kob Finance, Ad-ulsff. Formed this year are the Actprocon and Investment Clubs. The Actprocon Club is a combination ol dramatics and debating, While the Investment Club teaches its members the principles ot Wise investing. -3 fs N Actproconsz George Rehnquist. Vice-President: Mrs. Hudson, Sponsor: Paula Caffer Secretary- Treesgerg Tedd, Predqcft, Pfcsdemti Mr. Weaver Spansorg and Rama, Newkrk, Librerim. T A VERY IMPORTANT PART OF ANY SCHOOL SCHOOL SPIRIT Workrnq for the r club these students provide the concess ons for the games Every graduate remembers V1V1dlY the cheermg crowds and exc1tement of the football and basketball games W1th school Splfll events become more 1nv1t1ng to students and faculty allke 8 Arm enthuslastrc crowd cheers the team on to an other Touchdown These boys practice hard to add +he1r'parf to the schooI spurs? Engrossed an theur work these sfudenis fend that decorahng a float ns dnffucult 1:- I f. 1, 4, I IVY, K, 1 . i I . I . . 1 . 21' .Q pf" 5 1 3- X 9 , wg? .wi -t .ff-Q in 'ui K -.q.. -----...QW wg, ,. y wk 'ii- ' X 0 34, , 'Wg "45gx'?W' 31 .1lf'li1w1,r"5 3 ,. ,,m.f - - , - ,,, A W ,,...,,,. ., .A,,L N ,, 0- K ,s.,u,,,- - . M , ,qw W' ,Q-. -5-Q 4 'Z' mg m NH.. 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F thl Y e h ve endeavored our y, N a to give service to our school and community. 5 M Iweazrnan 3 the spans? if Nfxtlm- As a result ot tour years of hard work I 1 we have been elected to the National Honor Society, a true reward. I959 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS are S. Yefr, S. M7 scaaah 3. t-I ffa D. VV"q" A Ne.-,Mrk Q :-'f'f.".' A. Ken-:ff M. Herod L. Lead. E, Ev' R, Q Vw: E Pr1:""1 2 XY' 3 O A '. Pt, L V 5.61, VR J. 2 i C 24, ff-f ,J C f' Y,,. rt I I , 1 P' N I1 'l 'On ' a Wuhhmwqw, ,mum X f w K! 571- Q hx Rb. 93' W. Y F '7'F"" unvvhqm ...ugsfx N. Aw, hi -Lee ACADEMICS-THE REAL PURPOSE OF SCHOOLING S.. I'-lgrgld Hlndcrltffr, student in Wg Aga dep,3rtmen+ Kay Armstrong, Wlwa Qs stf'-.ffnq to he an efficien Wgrkg WHH 5 frdfjtgr 5 Dart rf H5 nq, tfauwimg. Mpfs' Es fa mc-'nbc-' oftlw: eecretfaffal pfar Studies played a very important part in the school year. Aside lrom academic subjects, vocational courses, such as homemalcing, business, and agriculture, were prevalent in the choices ot many students. Jeanne Johnson, fa tuture lwamemalcef, is 095595 with the results of a good recpe. Senor clwemfstry students conduct an importzn cldQ"v'g'r, 1'xpe'7"wer't. Seniors longinqly loolc back at the high school where so many memories are enclosed. These industrious members ot building trades are busily occupied with the taslc ot installing kitchen cabinets in their nearly completed house. ACADEMIC WORK-THE LIFE BLOOD OF Having completed his courses of study, the student recalls periods of worry about a test, much hard Work toward finishing a project, moments of pleasure when his teachers praised him and finally, a feeling of satisfaction now that he has come to the end of his high school career, These members ot the art classes are busil draw- Y ing their interpretation ot a lovely tall scene. In practical math students are taught the 'funda- mentals ot mathematics, 14 THE AMERICAN SCHOOL , 1 lm! ,Wa-. .. js 59' nl J Q it A 1 ge-l KN 0 ff-ur: 3 3 ' If -.L bn ' U n :iv , ,,... . .,A' .4 5 WMI I W 5 Q 3 15 J I r 7 S 1 -,' .,, 'MW fQ ,, Q f-.Rf -x y C-'xixll F CTIVITIES Especially do students remember all the activities which occurred during the school year. Never to be 'forgotten were the dances, games, homecoming plays, assemblies, and Sibyllines. C .emajingoindoays o JG tri the Homecoming Parade, Qtr Leadnq the tight song the cheereaders gfve their ettorts toward making homecoming a zkccess. THE EXCITING HOMECOMING PARADE The spirit ot homecoming begins with the making ot the floats. Members ot many clubs Work enthusiastically to complete their tloats betore the time ot the parade. Around two olclock the assembly begins, during which the queen candidates are introduced, and the gueen is crowned. As soon as the assembly is dismissed, the students rush to Market Street to View the parade, While the cars, tloats, and band eagerly await the signal to begin. The band, leading the parade, takes the an- nual route to Market Street, Where the ex- cited students and adults greet them with enthusiastic cheers and applause. All the excitement which is built up throughout the day is climaxed at the game. Regard- less ot the results ot the game, everyone teels the entire day was a great success. lya fm 'Y 9 . M-Wag? ,. 'K 9w"'i ,Aw br, . 1' 9346 V531 3 EAW 35" .' Q. 4? A11-gg im ,, S., .wg 'Q ff. EN,!g.plL? 59? E' 'bf of 55749 895' -L. ..,., . 4. 4 V ,gf W 1 -5 an ,iq Q' 1' , A W L rw A. THE EXCITEMENT OF HOMECOMING aqery awaiting the coronation of the queen, the candidates comptete last-minute preparations. Nomincited by her ciossmcftes cmd chosen by the tootbcili tecim, Miss Iudy Risiey Wcrs crowned Homecoming Queen ot 1958. She cmd her cittendcmts were honored during the citternoon cissembiy cmd the cmnudi porctde, dmid o vctriety ot beoutiiui tiocits. Her Mojesty ond court were presented to o cheering crowd during the hcdt ot the homecoming goime. As on ending to o pertect doy, the queen ond her court were ogoin presented ot the dcmce. A climax to the eventtut homecomzng restivitlea was the dance where everyone danced to the music ot Btand Sayer and his orchestra, wi 93,5 'eq ', .'Q J' , X. , W' 'S .4613 ' 3 . . .rf '-"HQ .Vw WCP V '. 0-i IQ' - 'h L fl F' . riff- .. . P' -1? T. -..s- 511' X 3 Q , 1 -W ,, in , . sig.. ,tl . , Fm , . ' '.. ,' 0' ' at-N".' 'U -V. ' ' IQ Q ' Q 'L - H.. 1412. P ' ' L 'i I In W ' .xi 1 ' 1,0 4, . J "lf . x f-1 - - 'H .f.f'r- ws. oz' ,bf 4 'r "fx 'ir' " A e' ur if . 5.1.2 ' ' '-141.6 v r 1 . " f' 'Pg' . My 1- 'af' W.. ' - 0 - 1' ' x " ' . . 'W LQQ , - y ,-gn.. X , - gg 1 tu- xvh 31,6 075: F . , he ' Q :4 s , f i 3 '. 5 4 i 3 'n . w 4,-.9 ' v 1...-ffa 4v..X - .- '. ' . V gtk, . 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Having tied him securely, Gretchen lay- lor sews her patch on a recalcitrant Bop Gould. These flashy two, Roy Dillard and Jackie Helm, were awarded the prize as the two best'-dressed individuals. SADIE HAWKINS DAY Z It Early in the spring a young wornan's fancy turns to 'lcatching a rnate tor the Sadie Hawkins dance!" Several d a y s ahead of the big event, the girls buy mar- riage licenses in hopes ol catching an un- suspecting rnate. On Sadie Hawkins Day they frantically chase the evasive boys in order to patch them. After this pursuit is accomplished, the girl treats her rnate to a comical, but enjoyable, evening at the Sadie Hawkins dance. .26 4 Whi'e evervone lisiens, Mrs. Law'ron reads a peri- Von 'o our The prrncipaf, Mr. Cwark. THE JUNIOR PLAY- PAINT THE TOWN PINK 2 of , - Y.,...- . . I 1,-rr W ' Wi -35 ,, T- 1' 4 ., A demonsfrafion by PauTa Carfer emphasizes Hue Imporfarrce of good make-up for each cbaracfer in Hue presenfafion of fhe play. . V.. 5 lx n. Tornraboufrcmv ar Mdns5rQ'd Hrqrv finds We sdvoo' 5'1 good corxdmon, bu? HMS condifion CTOSSVWQT las? very omg, ffl 917, Qi CAST Principal of Mansfield .. Randy Newkirk His Secretary .....,.............. Nancy Shaw Principal for-a-day .. George Rehnquist His Secretary .......................... Kay Bodle Teachers for-a-day ...... Frances Wallar, Carol Appleby, Ioyce Shepard, Linda Nelson, Ioyce Brewer, Darrell Gehret, Russell Higgins Students for-a-day .......... Naomi Young, Kathy Cleary, Raymond Allen School Board Member ....,......... Marcia Randolph A Reporter .................. Bonnie Schrader A Radio Executive ....,... Tom Davidson A Weathergirl ........ Phyllis Eggebrecht A Painter .......... ..... K enneth Recrvill A Delivery Boy ....,..... ......... K erry Isom President of P.T.A. ................ Kitty Frick A Policeman ........ George Ankenbrand Radio Technicians ........ Iim Wells and Ken Brown Chief of Police ......,,.,...... Iames Phiester Mayor ot Mansfield .......... Eric Lennert iff? if-A Behind stage. members of the make-up committee hurriedly prepare the cast tor their stage ap- pearance. Along with the twenty-six members ot the cast, this scene includes the white mice, the shocking pink int. and the tition, all ot' which contribute PG pe toward making this a very exciting three-act play. . A , , . Jw. ,. hash vummr :.,: .Nv2'rfnM-w ' i1wwm.-- Q 'R ' .,1,,a.--rwtk-.-Nun-:1,f..,Ezi.:mLxsEk4't at 'A f 'swf-,www -I .fig L1 7g,.1'.1'.ES'k" 'V ' " "' 'X W m Us " EM .gf i U , ' :sg 1 n , 5 , 1 is D A I 5, I i 4 K 2' 'Q' Q A I we 1 I . ,f I I - 0 v , 4 X, V' - A ' an " 1 -5 5' 15131 Q -,ww K in , , , ' V no fl ' Q li ' - , . . , . -'E f. ' 1--fi ff E345 F' ' -. ' -L' n .1 q ,. A - , :, : Misa ,., Y 47 kk ai Q .-SAF sv'--HIIH U- vf-. 3 , 1 ,rw 5 ,A QQ M, - J - . -, l Q.........'f. 'Ill lu f .aSf??f V " ' ' ' R 5, V ' 'M Q'-'I ,i T 'g'.,b-F3 ' nj gvffau' f 4 - rf 4 - ' . Q , .V ,L -, b, - , 7. 1 5-' New x x -A 5. . :, : .. 1- . 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WmM...., W V -A lifvfiv- la - .W , - - ', - 4, , ' , Y , ....-.. ,W f ,,,,,.w.,-W .W V ' , .,,.,,,., .V ., qui. ..- .ne k . , e band, led by Pappy Perkins payed tradite 53 As a part ot' the Christmas festivities, the Student Council members decorated the larqe tree in the corridor. sponsored d ddnce for the high school Stu- dents dt the Elks Club, which wds, ds dl- Wdys, very entertdining dnd exciting, With the Combined etterts ot the ddults dnd Stu- dents, the holiddy sedeon proved to be G Very special occdsion, which everyone en- joyed, Ch istmas music at the Cb'iS'm5S assembly. The Eks dance was a qrtmd lhfniiday avant, Qs is awn by the expression of these amdents and umm I L4 .X ls ,.. 1-1 ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS During the year, there have been several enjoyable assem- blies presented to the student body. Among these have been an animal act, a marionette show, and a Student Council variety show. The animal act, an exhibition of ditterent kinds ot animals, showed what protes- sional training can teach ani- mals. lllustrating the assem- bling and engineering ot sev- eral types ot marionettes, the marionette show provided an entertaining assembly tor the students. The assembly spon- sored by the Student Council teatured comedy and musical acts by students. Student Council President, Judy Risley, receives the N.E.C. Championship football trophy from Captain Butch Locke. This pertormance demonstrated the patience and practice required in skilltully operating a marion- ette. Participating in a rousing pep assembly are these students. Members ot the Student Council provide amuse- ment as they pertorm a roclc and roll number at the March ot Dimes assembly. Helping to raise school spirit and promote interest in sports were the pep assemblies which constituted an important part ot the schools assembly program Led by the cheerleaders and aided by the pep band, these assemblies W e r e held before home games, With the co-oper ation ot all the students and the faculty, the assemblies hav e proved to be a stimulating and exciting part ot school lite An unusual and interesting assembly was attributed to the antics of the different animals, Act I Includes the Todd Family and triends in Lex- ington. CAST Mary Todd Lincoln ..w..,,, Dinah Wright Bobert Todd ,r,,,,r,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pete Kolb Betsy Todd w,,dw.,.rd.,,r.r.,., Anne Newkirk Gradma Parker ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,rr Linda Walter Ann Todd .o,,w,,,oow,oowo,,,w Ianice Reisinger Elizabeth Edwards Linda Leedy Ninian Edwards ,,,,.,,.,.,ow,,,,, Bob Gould Mammy Sally .,..... Tamar ,,,,,,,,,,,l.,l,,,,,,, Sandy Martin Sarah Krug Dr. Ward ..,...i...i.,,,,.,,,,,,. Danny Young Sandy McDonald .....,o..,.. Mike He-ring Cassius Clay ...,,Vr..sw, Ierome Houchins Abraham Lincoln ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Tom Payne Stephen Douglas ,, Mercy Levering ...... Iames Conkling .,...... Allie .....V....,.......,...,.sss, Don Funkhouser Winnie Berberich Bill Hudson Gretchen Taylor Dr. Houghan .........,r...., Dave Compton Mrs. I-loughman Reverend Dresser Mrs. Dresser .,s,wwvY, Sarah Marshall .... To Ella Brown Dave Bramlett Teddy Padgett Sandra Culver Elizabeth Grimsley ..., Claudia Castelo William Stoddard Dwight Douglas Edwin Stanton .........rr. Larry Conrady Iane Watt .V............ ..,...,.. I udy Risley First Caller ..... Taxpayer ......... Tad Lincoln ......... Stackpole ........ Auctioneer ...... Sherry King Iean Iohnson Chuck Iohnson Hubert Locke Tom Fisher SENIOR PLAY - "LOVE IS ETERNAL" malce-up director, transforms Walter into an aging grandmother, Linda ri avg The LIncoNn family, Mary, Tad, and Abraham, pose for a family porfraif. The conversafion befween Mr. LincoNru and Mary's relafives and friends proves 'fo be a fense and dramaflc scene. The enfrance of Abe Lincofn presenfs es perplex ing sifuafion in fhe Edwards household. 2? C wifi A the mdustral arts sho students enioy looking Vernon Henle works on 5 drawing which is a part at the many the prolects completed by the stu- - +A 1 f dents talunq the mdustr al arts course. of me Indus na ar S program' INDUSTRIAL ARTS SHOW Each year in anticipation ot the annual industrial arts show, the boys in the industrial arts department Work teverishly in o r d e r to place the finishing touches on their projects. Alter much ettort goes into the corn- pletion ot each project, the re- warding moment finally arrives when the Work is displayed to interested triends at the indus- trial arts show. If THE FASHION SHOW Girls in the homemaking department busily pre- pare for the fashion show. H M. Mowery, J. Marrloff, and R. Morr outfits, a part of the fashion show. Each year in the spring the members of the homemaking de- partment busily make prepara- tions for their fashion show. The people of the community are in- vited in order that they might see the projects made by the girls. Each girl models her own outfit which is expertly sewn and which is a credit to the instructors. Hav- ing chosen their own theme, the girls carry out the theme with de- corations. While the girls model, a fashionable effect is created by soft background music and the distinct voice of the narrator, who describes the clothing in detail to the audience. After the show the guests enjoy refreshments which have been prepared by and are served by girls from the home- making department. JUNIOR MAGAZINE SALES Demonstrating how he became biqb sa'esman for the enire rnnqnzjne sale is lorn Davidson, 36 One ot the projects under- taken by the junior class each year is the magazine sale, The purpose ot this project is to raise money tor the lunior-Senior Prom. This year, as before, the sale was successtul. The h i g h salesmen were honored daily and prizes Were awarded those Who sold ove r S30 ot magazine subscrip- tions. Kuthy Cleary, high salesman of the day draws from c grab bag ot coins held by the junior class president, Kenny Brown. COLLEGE NIGHT- PREPARATION FOR THE FUTURE ln order that juniors and sen- iors might have a better idea of college activity, tuition, and the courses offered, a college night is sponsored by the Student Council. Representatives from various col- leges in which students are inter- ested hold conferences with the students and their parents. Dur- ing these conferences, the repre- sentatives discuss the different aspects of college life, and offer friendly personal advice to those students having guestions or problems. After talking to the representatives frorn the various colleges and universities, the stu- dents have a clearer concept of their future schooling. A 53: 5 rcs' r-ed n "e cafe'e'i fi 'nifitf 3 ensbee the sf cents to dsc S o r t Sch 3 V-.Pr pwenlz a a ,cl 's. AVYYUTTQ lll'! lv IUOLS C l' UC Vfillflefe ll'llS OVTL of an engineering scl'o scorn mast 'nferestinq to this group of boys. Student Council members, Roberta Puntney and Teresa Bivins, greet students and hand out pam phlcts pertaining to colleges 4 AWARD WINNERS Each year there are several honors awarded to outstanding high school stu- dents. ln the spring ot the year the stu- dents vote for the senior girl whom they want to receive the DAR. Award. The students, having voted, the teachers vote and make the tinal decision. This year the Daughters ot the American Revolution are happy to give the award to ludy Eisley. Contests are also held throughout the year. A contest which was actively partici- pated in was the Elks' Leadership Contest. ln order to compete tor this award, con- testants had to prepare a folio which con- tained his composition about himself, a parent's statement, letters ot recommenda- tion, and data showing his leadership aloil- ities. As a result ot their interest and ahil- ity, tour seniors, Sara Millspaugh, Don Funlchouser, Sheila Kietier, and ludy Ris- ley, were chosen as winners. The top two winners' entries were sent to the District Contest, where they each received a second in their categories. Haoov wr-'ers of t o Eks' Leaoewrfp Contest Sire M' soeugh tirst once' Dorn r:nlcho.iser, sec- J dy R ora place' Scala Kfexer third pecej and Jud, Rs ey, tofth place, eager , admire their checks as 'he E ks representatives X-sa'ch them. X NC? the l959 D.A.R, awe 1ff!"'3, 38 5-J I I Ill ,uit 'X- Q, mil Watched hy two Jaycee members are the Jaycee The tirst place winner ot' the Elks Leadership Con- Essay Contest winners, Dwight Douglas, Second test Sara Millspaugh, receives her S100 checlc trom place: Caudla Castelo, tlrst place: Danny Young, Gordon Kirlcman, Exalted Ruler ot' the Ellcs. third place. A second contest, an essay con- test, in which only seniors could par- ticipate, was sponsored by the Iunior Chamber ot Commerce. ln this con- test, participants were required to write an essay on 'lMy True Security- The American Way" and read it be- fore the laycees. The winners of this contest were Claudia Castelo, Dwight Douglas, and Danny Young. Awarded to an outstanding senior boy is the laycee Citizenship Award. Chosen by his classmates and teach- ers, this boy receives a trip to Spring- tield and a S25 Savings Bond. Hubert Loclce, winner ot the Jaycee Citizenship award, is congratulated by two Jaycee represen- tatives. if Y J-if? THE I958 PROM Early in the spring, the juniors busily prepare for the coming event, the Prom. Having acquired the tunds for such a great under- taking, the juniors decide upon a theme and carry out plans tor the decorations. During the Week be- tore the anticipated event, many juniors devote all possible time to the decorating ot the gym. And then Prom time arrives! Many couples throng the gym. Upon en- tering the gym, the couples are awed by the enormous, sparkling star which carries out the theme oi the l958 Prom, "Rendezvous oi the Stars." Above the heads of the dancers are the stars which spar- kle and glitter, while all around them are numerous other stars. Above the orchestra are the two winding stairways which melt in angel hair clouds above a misty garden scene. Dancing to the romantic music oi Bob Norman's Orchestra completes the Wonder- tul evening. A tew minutes rest gives the dancers time to C with their friends. These juniors found that work on the prom waS very tirnrfq and very rewarding. X X.1 g wx Q ,,,: , Q Q ' A ' N y Lx Q Q 11'4l'i13W'Ii53V f1fW3Q?f4" " A K 'K 'iw' "M f . NVMFH '-39 Vg. fl -Q, 7 k A I Q KK 4 X ,ig-,Q-, gg' bfizpfz , . ' I ,Q ,js .,kh L . :Q -E :W fy gm. Q , , . ,, ,nm aged I ,Ag ,gp 'QF' - i ,4g,:zff7i'f"ggm' ff V , , W S, s 3' 1 - , ' A Y J' M. qw ,iw-wg' ,,,4 ix , H5 KA W M mgkigigmq QF. , wwf A Q . - at Q f W 7 A , , :gt s ,M 3, Q 4, Y .f :L 7 . - ,q ,di , we Q 1 1' K A K ' f if ia, 'Y wi K TS kk fvsfvfi' 'A ' - x . at ' 'f' ,A.. ff M F sl , , -ef 'W Wifi Y Eff- A"-f 29 I 5 ' wb. ff' vm? Ng fi W 'V M 1 Sm 5 Eggs Y K Q' A , 'L ,Liu NL Am .s-'2 1-1 ' Hr V1.2 'Q Y gf? , M ,xr wx K ff 15. ' EW 9 , -,Q si H N 5 if is 4 , X 1 1 Es THLETICS The athletic department, a vital part of any school's organization, best taught loyalty and sportsmanship to both fans and team. Prominent in its activities were the cheerleaders, whose enthusiasm and pride for their team were exhibited at all games. .stxlii i -Q11 it K , ,ki 7 is , ,MQW XX . x ls is '- a W i 1 I Ag ,pk 1 x l X esii "ii 2 4, gi . Cheerleaders: Dinah Wright, Barbara Hungerford. Liz Bivins, Susie Bridges, and the mascots-the Gatewoocl Twins. I958 N. E. C ,,4"' H. LOCKE. Fullbaclc M451 P. KOLB, Fullbaclz D. FUNKHOUSER, Quarierback B. GOU LD, End DILLARD, Halfbaclc L. CONRADY, Halfbaclc K. HARRIS, End v CHAMPS lv, 7 1 I I D. YOUNG, Tackle P. CU NNINGHAM, Taclrle Ml' ' I 4 . In D. SPELMAN. Guard , f-139' L. LANKFORD. Guard L. MERRIEL. Guard I, . . Q . J. slN'3eR.g.nf.f xx xl Cflsifri K 'rea Xen 411 3 As I L w . X v. , Q? Q sg,,.. IA 5 ,sf 1 Q vu '-4 . , A ly, 'x rw -W f Q X, 5, , X xx" x , , x S 1 N g ws 1 W -, 3lf 2 J NN 46 anofher Aces fouchdown. FIRST ROW, lett to rlqlitz Ass? Coccli B. Cham- ness, D. Malott, P. Kolb, R. Dillard, L. Comedy, D. Fcnknouser L. Lankford, P. Ccnr-Ingham, S. Miller, Coach J. Jann. SECOND ROW, ett to rlqht: Coacln H. Srorckrnun 1. Hart D, Spernan, D. Young, B. Gonld, J. Singer, K. Harris, H. Locke, J. E. Brown. THIRD ROW, lctr to right: D. Brande- lnmrg, J, Honclmns, L. Merrie! K. Brown, N, Wi.- car, G. Cnidurs J. Wells, B. All J. Kemper, J. Wood, T. Mvwatt, Frosln Coach R. Wink cr. FOURTH ROW, kfll to rlql1t:R.l'.-nBarq+.-, D. Wil Yarns, tv1.D Uqlif, J. Bnfrd. , . . . . lic tee nq otl'11:-:rg done fm' lub we 2 Qvprcss- ed by the pbilam vices ot iw NEC. Crrlmps Us tlncy board the vicwzry br., GRIDIRON VICTORS We Sept. 12 U Sept. 19 19 Sept. 26 12 Oct. 3 20 Oct. 9 19 Oct. 17 18 Oct. 24 25 Oct. 31 19 Nov. 7 0 They Albion 2 Fairfield 7 Bridgeport 7 Flora O Salem 6 Carrni O Lawrenceville 6 Olney 7 Princeton 27 1 -A f Cn October 31, 1958, the coveted crown of the North Egypt Conference was placed on the head of the MCT-l.S. varsity football sguad, a most deserving team. The Aces began the season in a way which never would have proclaimed them victors over the other seven NEC. Champ contenders, but it didn't take them long to snap to attention and demonstrate their power. A win over the top ranked team initiated a power which grew and grew as they continued to down each of their con- tenders. The big night came on October 31, when the Aces were scheduled to play the Olney Tigers. ln this tense game, the mighty Aces held their ground and claimed them- selves victors as the final gun sounded The following victory parade through town dis- played the warm congratulations extended by every fan. Fellow classmates expressed their joy and praise with honking horns and spirited cheers. Led by lim lohn and Ben Chamness, the coaching staff showed unmatched percep- tion in analyzing the plays of the opposing teams. Without their constant criticism and hard work, the boys could have fallen quietly on the sidelines, unnoticed by both NEC. and state officials. As it Was, the training and cooperation of the coaching staff de- veloped a team that was honored by having almost every player on the NEC. team. Be- sides this, two of the seniors were awarded honorable mention on the all-state team, while one received the privilege of being named on the all-state fourth team. As a result of lon g hours of grueling practice, the varsity football squad had a very rewarding season. A -C, 5 'L' t1:1Vl1JfbdC' D fit Fu'1lU'L,'.EV - V' q l drive: 'of another tctichdovf' 'fi 1:5 qt at -riw Q jx,,,'55:v,: 1,5411 V "vig, ' ,.. , iq, , W, k '1av,gf,,fQ-in S: ' 3. - 'iv -fl! V. 1 wx qua ' A'yL'..3' -12 ,l ,U ' I, .fff , 1 i,"a'1xP'u'-'.Zx,-Ni 1wMv...wLhg'1g ,,. x --I 'W gf ,mg , Q Q L -f n vi - A, ,V A -.,. Li X-- , '.5,- . 1 if - vw Q. ,,.,A,,. ff' isa. 'V 7'4, ..N"'i.-M ,f i4i."-Y I 'M v.k- -.1 f ws. ""t H m 7 1 ' -Z-" -if -- 'KW p lm NH' 12" sf- "1 -in dz. . Sr- . Q 3 - M f, 1 VW' , I f wl'1..i.,:w , "5"',..1 w,-,-:'f"f.' -1' N' ",.?,:'f"i 1 "riff ' F, 2 ,V A L-vu 'U "-1. ' 'Ni' I'J N ' l ' ' 1 , LI!! , . , ' - -. - ,W .il ' T 3' gb- "Q, ' yt Q , l 2 - -1 -'L 5frEV'fr-ff A 1- Hague A,"-wfiitfgtr 1 X ' ' , vf Y ,, wx A - A yu? J THE ACES MAY HAVE BEEN SMALL mfnsfff- R , ,A ff ,Jani K N , -,.,,,-.- ,W 4- i x 'K ,,r la' ,J j , -,.g,,,,3,,45 iw: , ,- sg-1+ -M -13-3, , - + , -f-.Muff 1 , i if 1 . , L , ff, ,h ,A K A A - . - R , 3 ' -, Px"h',i,flL' 'L Abc nz fr' d cttw df'-mb v zm the 'in lm-4 '3 n ',j I- ' "L d i rffj AVN if' W. Cutstanding members ot the MCHS. tootball team were the eleven senior letter- men. Although their teamwork was excep- tional, each ot these seniors had an individ- ual accomplishment. Awarded to Don Funk- houser was the title ot All Conference guar- terback and honorable mention on the all- state team. The outstanding center, Tack Singer, was chosen a member ot the fourth all-state team. The third player to be named to the all-state honorable mention team was haltback Larry Conradyi The other valuable haltback, Roy Dillard, ran many yards to score a winning touchdown. ln the line, Larry Lanktord, Dan Young, Bob Gould, and Dick Brandebourg proved their ability by stopping their toes. Led by their co-captains, Butch Locke and Pat Cunningham, the Aces enjoyed a remarkable season. Champs, we are proud ot you! 0 Ready for aclion are lliese seven iresliman-sopl'io- more gridiron conlenders. BUT THEY WERE MIGHTY We 4U 38 13 36 31 33 46 Albion Lawrenceville Fairfield Olney Lawrenceville Carmi Bridgeport They 13 12 14 7 19 12 13 FIRST ROW, lefl' fo riqlil: B. Lewis, R. TenBarge. G. Childers, J. Kemper, D. Wilkinson, D. Malolf, V. DeMarc:o, S. Miller, J. Hudson, J Brown, B. Berry, B. Wilkinson, N. Brunsun, J. Baird, R. Turner, D. Williams. SECOND ROW, lefl Yo riglir: S. Richmond, manager: T. Mc Cormiclc, S. Dalrymple, J. Kieffer, D. Wesffall, B, Shown, R. King, E. Williams, R. Goodson, S. Huqliey, J. Riggs, B. Ailra, C. Zimmer M. Douglas, B. Sampson, E. Kighi, C. Hicks, T. Buller, S. Byes, T. Smifh, J. Hawf, J. Slricker, E. Loudermilk, R. Winkler, coach: H Sforclrman, assisranl' coach. L 1 I mf. A3 his Tearvfmaffs .oak ww Dfcx Efn swatches a rebomd. ft mdu1..1,rc, 'Q' -4 arching in twenty-nine points. While playing a tough rebounding game, Dwight Douglas dumped in twenty-six points against rival Carmi. Butch Locke and Dick Brandebourg had their high games of twenty-one and twenty-five points, respectively. Butch scored his against Lawrenceville and Dick against the Alumni. This was not all of the scoring power as the Aces had capable performers on the bench to be called on when needed. The NEC. Conference paid tribute to Roy, Dwight, and Butch by voting them honorable mention on the NEC. All-Confer- ence team. However, it must be pointed out that Dick and Larry did a fine job of feeding these boys, and every basket was a team effort. Displaying sterling sportsmanship quali- ties, the varsity gave their fans and the visitors the answer to why they represented their school while on the basketball floor. VARSITY SQUAD: J. Brown L. Comedy, S. Miller, L, Lutz, R. Dil ard H. Locke J. Fullmer D, Spel- D, Brandebourg and D. Douges. M. C. H. S. VARSITY ACES This year the Aces had no outstanding point-maker, but instead had five lads each of whom could score. Larry Conrady, while playing his usual bustling floor game, still managed to score seventeen points against Robinson. Larry's partner at guard, Roy Dil- lard had his high against Lawrenceville, Guiding 5 team from the bench is a hiard taslc, so Coach Getewood discusses strategy with co-cap- tains Locke and Dillard. lfifdf ?f4I'f?i ILH7 ACE ltr". H CE 4 ACES EXHIBIT SKILL IN ABILITY AND SPORTSMANSHIP 34' SHG FQ an Iump I rd woap If-W p mfs ard I5 Q I. CK DTCIQ Brandebourq IISI Ieaps Io comIroI We Iump baii as Larr Conrady I4OI and Dw' In Do QI s y IQ u ca I42I Iook on. Early in December, the Aces inaugurat- ed their l959 basketball season. Again this year, the varsity sguad lacked height, but the team gave their fans countless thrills by winning many games in the last seconds. The Aces started the season by bowing to the experienced Albion Lions, but were ready a few nights later to stop Lawrence- ville. Flora, destined to become the N.E.C. Champions, defeated the Golden Five in the closing minutes of their duel with the round ball. After losing to Bridgeport, lVlcLeans- boro, Salem, and Carmi, the Aces came back .Ii Femtfmg .f-'tri the bali Larry Comedy creates an ix p d d o eriing '1 the eienee ard s'1ar's to-Mar We bas- kt at their best to defeat Lawrenceville, Olney, and Fairfield, before bowing again to the lads from Edwards County. Bridgeport and Flora again edged the Aces, but the senior quintet - Dick Brandebourg, Butch Locke, Dwight Douglas, Larry Conrady, and Roy Dillard - edged rival Carmi. As the season drew to a close, the Aces defeated Olney and Robinson, while they lost to Salem, Dan- ville, and Mt. Vernon. Although it was a losing season, the Aces proved that they could beat their most bitter rivals. MW Read er"'f-r Vince 'r 're A225 CQ:C'f'Q'f ::. 'lf' Yi, Viz' , Q VV C1 wa Hier, SV"-'r -r. D fl if Crw q block sent up by Hs team-mates, D. B d b q drives for 5 scoop slwot. They e Dec. Albion 39 43 Dec. Lawrenceville 53 54 Dec. Flora 54 88 Dec. Bridgeport 49 52 Dec, Fairfield 58 44 Dec. Mcloeansboro 55 59 lan. Salem 53 59 lan, Carmi 50 52 lan. Lawrenceville 88 8l Ian. Olney 72 85 lan. Fairfield 82 49 lan. Albion 42 48 lan. Bridgeport 58 82 Ian. Flora 74 88 lan. Carrni 85 82 Feb Danville 58 80 Feb. Robinson 72 88 Feb, Salem 78 78 Feb. Olney 75 50 Feb. Mt. Vernon 52 83 Mt. Vernon Regional Tournament Mar. 4 Crossville 7l 59 Mar. 5 Carrni 45 8l 'v-it - 'nl A r - Mmoulr T1 'fa an lea " GQ' wr if' LM D fr. U, - ' 57 ...If x f if Q - Q " , . " "f?i.Q.- AQ., 4-gif' F5557 , - . - qw p, 4 gg f f A Wi' QM! Vw. .' 'Q . rn' - -0015-. R TWG'- wwq UNDERSTUDIES QF THE VARSITY ACES In preparing for their varsity ca- reers, the underclass basketball play- ers obtain experience in actual game conditions. lt is this poise and confi- dence which Will be used in furthering themselves as players and in helping the team to fight to victory. Although these games demand little attention, it is from these players that the varsity squad Will someday b e composed. This year, the squads have shown much promise. The freshman squad, under the guidance of Coach Winkler, Won most of their games including the decisive victory over the combined eighth grade forces in the preliminary to the Varsity-Alumni game. The sophomores, with Henry Storckman at the helm, Won most of their games, and many of the more promising players dressed for junior varsity games, Because of the lack of experience, the junior varsity team experienced an average season under the guidance of Coach Chamness, but they showed much promise in their last several games. ln future years, these boys will be tough to beat, and all indica- tions show that the Aces will experi- ence a good season. Freshman-Sophomore Cheerleaders: J. Keenan, J. Danner, E. Carter, S. Harrison, E. Harkness. JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD FIRST ROW, left to right: L, Morrow S. Miller, J, Brown, S. Fischer, T. Butler and D. Ivlalott. SECOND ROW, let? to rfgh'Z Coach Charnness, M. Colburn F, Case B. Morlan, J. Tennis D. Spelrnan, J. Ftiter, and L. Lutz. SOPHOMORE SQUAD FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Miller, J. Brown, S. Fischer, T. Butler, and L. Morrow. SECOND ROW, left to right: Coach Storckman, F. Case, L, Lutz, J. Tennis, D. Malott, and manager, S. Richmond. FRESHMAN SQUAD FIRST ROW, lett to right: Manager S. Richmond, E. Williams, R. Stecil, B. Lewis, W. Riggs. J. I-tawf, L. Voigt, D. Bertram, E. Fisher, and T, Deputy, SECOND ROW, left to right: Coach Winkler, R. Turner, T. McCormick, J. Mc Williams, B. Wilkinson, S. Byes, T. Smith, J. Baird, and E. Walter. 59 i l ig! 5' 'Hai ' 1' -- it f - 'S' ii 1 , , S: A .. -- W i, '5'gn.'x 'L -- " im s .- ,.' . .,.-' . . .J x 2' fr l 'ry-.J I I -. Dick Brandebourg is a high-iumping senior for the i959 track squad. wi I959 TRACK SQUAD As the track season begins, the boys don their training suits and begin training. From indoor Workouts in the gym to long distance hikes and Workouts on the track, the boys are seen practicing. The members of the track squad participate in hurdling, sprinting, high jumping, pole vaulting, re- lays, and long distance running. Under the expert leadership ot Coach Iim Iohn, Mt. Carmel is looking forward to a very rewarding season. g . L Strealcing over the high hurdles are Larry Conrady. Roy Dillard, and Bob Gould. Pete Kolb and Mike Hering get ready for the "go" sfgnal of the IOO-yard dash. TRACK SQUAD: FIRST ROW, Neff fo right: P. Ko b. M. Douqas J. Kemper S. MR' or J. Brown, K. Brown, L. Conrady, D. Funkbouser, R. DiTTard. B. Gouki. SECOND ROW, Yefr To Pqhtz J. Brown K. Harris, M. Herinq, D. Spelman. B. Morhan, B. Hacker, D. Maioff, D. Brandebourq T. Payne J. Houcnins, J. Hall. THIRD ROW, leff To rlghr: T. Mcflormlck, B. Wnkinson R, Smessd G, Bauman S. Byes. J. McWiHiams, T. Smith, B. Alka, T. BuHer, R. TenBarge, G. Cnnders E. Lennart B. Lewis. FOURTH ROW, left To right J. FuHer, J. Baird, B. Gouid, W. Burke. V 1 f. Li 3. ? , gj.f T . .TK v,.uHer. Jerome Houcnins represen+s M.C.H.S. as a pole Long dlsfance runners are .nm Brown, and Don Funlchouser. Tom Payne, M. C. H. S. BASEBALL TEAM 2 1 ig 5 f s ,. M.. 5 ww-. . A- ' - J- A iwdlw ss. ,xs,.1wsaQ.,.. ni' i fl' ,KJ lm pl ,Jaw-" "M" , A. .W -f b it Grw rm -as Coach Roy Galewood jokes wlflw pifclwer Roy Dillard, 62 Umpire Don Williams calls baller Don Funlrhouser oul' as cafclwer Jerome Houclwins shows a sly smile. Calclmer Jerome Houclwlns hopes his pllclwer will sirllce oul baller Dave Spelman. Dick Brandebourq mms 'ro lirsf base, lwoping firsf baseman Larry Conrady won? be in lime To lag lwlm oul. 4 'fu . - , f U 1 rar- 24: -. 2" 'K , 5' - c... 1- ms- 'Mg 1, - gg 1 , ... s. -fw- W' . , . Q . . 2 ' I . a Q -- "" f- . 4 , Q . ., -' , H 45 X -rul . In .. V W , . . A V mx 7 1. M 5 'Ps ' r K N s f 'KM V A gl s- ' U ' 4- " ' ' 'N 'Aw k , , f f' . ' -f . X " f - 'wa-f" ,Way tm? A ag M - gem. -' ' . '-f N L 'X j,..l'-1,4 Aff. 'Q 4 ,f - Nil" of 1- . -f-' , A' .. -2 ... 1-f' ' ' X- . . . . I . , i " , WA. r gg ' 3 . - Q f . -'- J in -4 I Tw r 1 ' W -Q , Y w, at . A 1 M L. , . . I I' . fl l . -' ' .4 U. . f' A41 ' - lr V . ' f , X Y , - A ' ' gf , ii ' f'-wa.. th' 2 K Q - ., - Ik, . , "a xy Tvs Lvl' 'L ' '- ' ' ' LQ. .. ,A ,225 , 5 na A Q. "mf -L5 WK ' 155 4, W w. ' 2 U.. K. v F- - M E..-'a ' " 'V Second baseman Dori Funlchouser tags Larry Lutz 1 while tielder Roy Dillard looks on. I Near the end ot March many boys can be seen around the school prac- ticing to try out for the baseball team. On the arrival ot the tirst clay ot prac- tice, there is a large turnout. During the following clear, sunny days Coach Gatewood begins to mold his team into a mighty Winning force. As the season begins, there is much hope tor a victorious season. Third baseman Roy Dillard tags a sliding Ken Young. I, i. 7' , f if ' " f. v L., ' '. f -A-LM "1 -'- 4 'f- - M '- f' - ' L, - , J i f ir 2 - 'gen 'fi 'A 'G ' v -' ,xlib Q' Z 'J' ti,?v. Li Q' AS 1, v ' 1, ' D qv' 3 r ...ix-fe 3... au- ' .1. ' ffx 'z' s' T- . ff- i-ff 'w'.L:.'- .-.rx 'G . 'H ' x 'A w ' gb-15? 1 ' W, up . , . , rf , A I ,iv qw. . ew, ,f-,fir ,,. 77- 3. ,... f. , V - . 1 . . .. A .X ,Q 1' '. 35.2-.61 ', . .' 'Nl.lfl'J.fV swgfgl, 441 xc-Vff -W" ', Q - ' . ' . , W 4 Y - I ', - J "I ' , L., "' -- 3, ., vga," - fx S. WN' f .. fit.. - FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Funkhouser, L. Conrady, L. Morrow, L. Lutz, F. Case. D. Braridebourg, D. Spelman, R. Dillard, K. Young, N. Wilcox. SECOND ROW, left to right: W. Riggs, C. Turner, D. Malott, J, Houchins, B. Bagwell, B. Lewis, G. Howard, E. Walters, R, Moore, G. Davis, G. Lutz. THIRD ROW, Iett to right: E. Fisher, B. Peters, J. Pohl, R. Jones, J. Dunkel, D. Case, T. Hart, R. Bert- ram, T. Deputy, R. Bosecker, L. Voiqht. FOURTH ROW, lett to right: Coach R. Gatewood, B. Hudson, P. Singer, B. Haclcler, K. Harris, J. Brown, T. McCormack, L. Smith. E. Bare, D. Johnson, D. Hale, V. DeMarco, D. Williams. 63 -.. 3 i 5-we ng , jg, -- :is Q71 .f 1 ., L , W 3:3 '4gk.gf" + 1 . aim" A .Q 1. " 7 fs' 'WW gf ' A .sf 1 5 45 lk. iv""',,2 - 1 K USIC As we look back at the year, we remember the outstanding performances of the music department. Singing for many school and civic activities was the sextet, one of the most elite ensembles in the music department. fix' , fi A' Q' sf 't' if sl X l 5:3-I 1 l i r X ff Y, X-sg?-.N - Sextet: Mary Sue Heater, Sara Millspaugh, Phyl- lis Eggelsrecht, Sandy Terry, Gretchen Taylor, Kay Litherlancl, and Rena Hampton, accompanist. Y is X x The maiorett THE HIGH-STEPPING MAJORETTES Adding color ancl excitement to the marching band are the majorettes. Their performances are always greatly anticipated at football games. While the band stands in formation, the rnajorettes dance or perform skits. Requiring much of the majorettes' time are the instructions in the art of twirling given to interested underclassmen. These girls Work hard to please the public as Well as their fellow students and are a great asset to the school. .94 ,J 77'!1,.. ff- X.,,.., Cy' :,ia,l Xi'-F w,,Q,,,, .1 65 db if and drum major are S. Kieffer, K. Bodle wyn, M. Hess, M. Randolph, S. Rockhill, and B. Schrader. J Risley, J. X. 'S I ,NX - ...W-sh' t 7-I Ya' i,,,,.i,i' .--is Die, ' Mr. Floyd Perkins who is the head of the music department at Mt, Carmel High School. is otten called upon lor his unusual musical talents and abilities. Besides having charge ot the band choir, choruses, and contest ensembles, he is often asked to provide music tor many civic tunctions as well as the special school activities, Q , ,gawk f ,-. A l l MUSICAL GRCDUPS FOR WORK AND PLEASURE Much of the time and Work which the students of the orchestra devote to practicing goes unnoticed. Hours are spent after school in preparation tor playing at such events as the junior and senior plays. Another impor- tant event which occurs in the spring is their performance at the American Legion Past Commanders' Banquet. With technique and tone equal to many professional orchestras, this group provides entertainment which is greatly in demand. FIRST ROW, lelt to right: R. Anderson, J. Newlcirlc, J. Gwyn, E. C l lins, S. Millspauqh, M. Heater, B. Miller. SECOND ROW, left to right F. Perkins. D. Payne, B. Ealcln. Dawson, T. Fisher, S. Terry. 'I if . V. l-lenze. B. Hudson, G. McKee E 68 PEP BAND. FIRST ROW, Iett to right: E. Coiiins, director? E. Bare B. Eakin, V. I-Ienze B. Hudson, J. Afdredge, P, Eqgebrecht, S. Milspaogh G. Utley, M. Heater, B. Miller. SECOND ROW, Iett to right: R. Anderson, 6. McKee J. Shuiar T. Fisher. C. Castelo, S. Kietter, J. Gwyn, J. Chapman, THIRD ROW, Iett to right: M. Dawson D. Payne, T. McMahel. L. Stoltz J. Rau, J. Newkirk, C. Lear, K. Bodle Inot shownl. 1 . , x SEEKSgttelridlirslilnudson, B. Ealcin, C. Castelo D Payne Eiutg Quartet: F. Wallar, M. Randolph, A Ewing S White ea . Woodwind Quintet: S. Terry, S. Millspaugh M Heater C Castelo J. Alldredge. Being organized at the begin- - f h h 1 h Trombone Trio: M. Dawson, R. Anderson Gr McKee S Mills rung O I: e SC OO Yeclrr I e pep paughaccompanist. ' tr mel 'm ortant in the band IS SX 6 Y 1 p I Clarinet Quartet I: J. Lindstrom, J. Shep d K Bodie J music department. While the pep Aiiaredqe. band appears mainly GI pep SGS- Saxophone Quartet: J. Gwyn, B. Miller G Url y S MII sions, it also pertorms in parades Daugh- and other events. Indeed the pep band is Valuable to the school. Soon after the holiday season, gCi,,f,de,. outstanding members ot the music department are chosen to partici- Clarinet Quartet II: I. Hocking, M. Ward P Eggebrecht B pate in instrumental and vocal en- sembles in preparation tor the Dis- , 4- 'ii trict Solo and Ensemble Music Con- K T V ' v test. As a result ot many Weeks ot 1 f practice, the contestants return with high honorsg and they have the good teeling ot accomplish- ment. Er,-YS' Ogtet: L, Wa 'er Piccurnpansti J. Houchini, B. Gm d. D, Pane 3. I-Iac? er T, Fisher, V. Henle, L. Imac and R. Ana:'23'. "s,.,,s Cornet Trio: B. Eakin, B. Hudson, V. Henze K.. 1 I, . .sg if . ,' s.-.ww .. . x. ,lil is FIRST ROW, leff to right: R. Brown S. Roclchill, E. Bivins, B, Srnifh, B. Hershberger, P. Pool, P. I-Ioffee, I. Kieffer, J. Brewer, T. Padgett, L. Leedy, S. Millspaugh, G. Taylor, S. Terry, J. Helm, K. Friclc, M. Ward, C. Casfelo, S. Legg, G. Daniel, J. Alldredge, J. Granby, SECOND ROW, left fo right: M. Hall, J. Schonaman, J. Campbell, E. Berlin, J. Woods, B. Todd, N. Cher, J. Calverly, A. Cotner, S. Parmenfer, D. Warren, P. Lear. S. Bridges, R. Alien, F. Wallar, D. Wright, M. Heater, J. Rlsley, E. Carter, M. Randolph J. Marriott, B. Schrader, M. Wright, J. Dagley N. Huff, W. Burkett, M. Croger. THIRD ROW, left to right: M. Cash, M. Fawl, C. White, L, Nelson M. Woolridge, L. Ridens, C. Philips, C. Kennard, J. Appleby, J. Danner, M. 'Ev-fald, M. Hudson, J. H'clcs N. Halbig S, Whitehead K, Bodle C. Hall A. Locke, L. Leav- ens, B. Kolb, B. Williams, M. Hess, E. Payne, L. Latham, J. Coffing, J Seals A. Newlnirlc J, Bowen, T. Pointer. FOURTH ROW, left to right P. Whitten S. Shepard, R. Burke. M. Goodarf, A. Ewing, B. Hersh berger. J. Hughes, R. Painter, A. Vire, M. Mowery, L. Dofy, S. Beal, M Wiclclin, R. Hampton, E. Harkness, M. Wirth, B. Peterson, A. Webber G. Ufley, S. Harrison, J. Brown, T. Bivins, J. Shepard, H. Garrett, P Newkirk M. Terry, B. Munro, M. Fornoff, K. Williams, J. Shearer, N Newlrirlq. FIFTH ROW, left to right: P. Sanford, J. Lindstrorn, D. Mor ris S. Wilson, P. Orman, S. VVeayer, D. Taylor, K. McGill, L. Darnell C. Sawyer, N. Perry, P. Wager, N. Kemper, W. Berberich, S. Kieffer, K Armstrong P. Eggebrecht, A. Hulfachor L. Courfer L. Walter, K Ceary K. Litherland R. Putney, K, Weisenberger. MT. CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL CHORAL GROUPS Playing a very important part in the music department of Mt. Carmel High School are the boys' and girls' choruses and the a Capella choir. By joining the chorus, the students learn the fundamen- tals of singing. These applied fundamen- tals result in a superior group of musicians who perform at various functions during the year. Along with careful practice and hard Work, the choir appears at the Christ- mas concert, the Easter sunrise service, and the spring concert. The results of many practices are evident in the beauty and harmony of tone. FIRST ROW, left to right: P, Eggebrechf, B. Hershberger, M. Croodart, A. Locke L. Leedy, S. Terry, S. Kieffer, K Bodle, M. Heater, M. Hudson J. Danner T, Pad ett J , t Q , Coffing, J. Appleby, J, Marriott, K. Litherland, M, Ran- dolph S. Whitehead K. Friclc J.Al'drecIge, M.Ward, P. Pool SECOND ROW, left to right. C. Sawyer, N. Halbig, M Wirth, P, Hoffee, G. Utley, R. Allen, F, Wallar, B. Schrader S. Bridges, S. Millspaugh G. Taylor, D. Wright, K. Armstrong J. Risley, C. Castelo J. Lindstrom, L. Courter, L. Walter THIRD ROW, left to right: R. Newlcirlc, B. Hudson, B. Haclc- ler, T. Fisher, J. Brown L. Stoltz, B, Ealrin, D Payne, V. Henle E, Walter, R, Turner T, Butler J. Newlrirlc, F. Linxwiler, L Isaac, R. Lewis, R. Anderson, M. Douglas, K. Thompson, R Gould, F. Case, J. Houchins, T. McMahel, J. Hudson, M Dawson, G. Rehnquist R. Robinson, R. TenBarge. FIRST ROW, leff To rlqht: J. HadYey, B. Hudson. B. Hackler, P. Singer, R. Peferson, L. Isaac. B. Gouid E, WaWfer, G. Rehnquist R Olds. SECOND ROW, Yeff fo right T. Bufler, T. Fisher, R. Turner, B Shown, T, Mcivhahel, A. Kleinschmidt R. Anderson, J. Hudson, R. Louis, L. Weller, K. Reavill THIRD ROW, leff fo riqlnf: B. Eakin. J. Newkirk, R. Nlen, E. Bare, L. Sfolfz, F. Linxwiler, F. Case J. Houclwins, V. Henze, J. Brown, R. Paul. FOURTH ROW, lef+ fo righf: D. Payne, J. Brown, R. New kirk, J. Gwyn, M. Dawson, R. TenBarge, K. Thompson, M. Douglas, S. Hughey, J. Pheisfer, R. Robinson ifoa .M ,xr : , . MT. CARMEL HIGH . -..:.,,,,11Qf, ' K .,', X 5 3 2:5 1 ,, f 3 ' . .4 if 5 ' K , Q , fy '12- H ' f . C 6 I , , ,I K 5 g V - '- 1 . ,: g T n . ' ' . L , A.. I A ' ix. fl ' . . . yf,I.?5Q., . HEAVY WOODWINDS AND SAXOPHONES FIRST ROW. lcff fo rigllf: R. Brown, N. Hllbig, M. Wirilu, P. Hofho, G. Ufley. SECOND ROW, lofi fo riqhf: S. Bridges. B. Millar, N. Sher, J. Gwyn, S. Roclllill. 8. Kirlman. THIRD ROW, lcff fo riglif: S. Baal, S. Pllillipx, S. Hlrris. A. Arnold, M. Helier. ,uf Q Eff S15 .2 1 ' - , Ax . 9 . . . 4. 3 i Nlfi ' lla fm '- ., E 'NNDQ A C .. . :fs w v . E. I 4 2 1 ' ' , ' V ",. kj' 'f x , . ..f" 15: . , rsncusslon FIRST ROW, lofi fo riglll: R. Clark, L. Sfolh, J. Rau, J. Nswlirl. SECOND ROW, lofi fo riglifz J. Risloy, R. Burke, J. Chapman, C. Lnr. CLARINETS . FIRST ROW, lofi fo righf: J. Alldrodgo, K. Bodlo, P. Eggcbruclvl, J. Shepard, B. Schrader. SECOND ROW, left to righf: M. Hess, J. Lindsfrom. M. Ward, J. Dannor, M Hudson, P. Lur. THIRD ROW, lofi' io riglvi: A. Gillillan, A. Gwyn, S. King, P. Nowkirl, L. Lailum, M. Cofling. FOURTH ROW, IQH fo rigllf: C. Phillips, A. Webber, D. Wesffell, B. Shown, A. Jarvis. SCHOOL BAND I 1, Hicks, G. R. Andor- Turnor, T J. ' Sllulor, FIRST ROW lofi fo YIQIIT F Wallar P. Pools, S. Wlmehoad M Randolph T Podqoh, S. Tony. SECOND ROW lofi 'lo IIQIIS S Harrison. N. Kompor A Cofnor D Suovors, K Fuck, S. Mills- .T""Qf"' 11432 -' '. I I ,f I 'ml-tk ,Q'f.g 4 A 0 . , D WN., JSA 1 ' . " if A "x '-Vl- ,I ,f F ' J Y A mx A 'I c ' . ffl l tw N4 AF , gli ri, .N if J I LIGHT BRASS FIRST ROW, lo'Fl' lo rigltfz R. Nowiirl. E. Boro, I. Eakin, V. Honxo. B. Hudson. SECOND ROW, lofi fo right: C. Miller. G. Fouloo, R. Robinson, J. Hudson, T. Brosfor. THIRD ROW, lofi fo rigluh I. Corwin, J. Holm, I. Kioffor,.S. Kioffor, C. Coslolo. 1 QA E YD. f 1. M 11 ,ni Q. -K . Q :AQ uk, Manx. Y A f??? f W' M, ,V . W , , , -..M , as 5 -f X y Y, WMM. WW , , , ,., "'k'5"'fr-s,.,,,M-ash , .. 'PQ df ,wg Q ' ,-ugh' Magi- ' Mywk 'N'-N ff f f Sf' f A v 5 .. Qty: , X ,Eg Ili fgonuf UNIDO: at vufwmlf , -5 of H .Ns Q " . Ns' 5 .tu 5 E fx W. 3 5- I-F 5 ,. . . ,,.,,,,, - ...ww I ...asian ,. N . ,,, RGANIZATIONS Looking back at the organizations, it is impossible to forget the many accomplishments of the clubs at Mt. Carmel High School. The members and leaders of these clubs X Nw li' have worked hard, striving for 'than 1' I 1 1 l higher goals of life. l ,X N jf 1 .., kgs X4 5 to QYI 31 , , . , 2 i f ll 'Q I lf' I-fardworklng staff members. S. Kieffer, C. Casfefo, K. Bodie, S. Bridges. F. Waller, and S. Milfspaugh. y Tn their effort to complete fhe yearbook. l Adviser, W. G. Bayley, and Co-editors, S. Terry and S. Mi lspaugh, admire the results of the home- coming pictures. With the editors and adviser rests the responsibility of making the fina- de- cisana and supervising the committeee. SIBYLLINE STAFF Each Week brings a new task to be completed by one of the busiest organizations at M.C.H.S. Under the supervision of Co-editors, Sara Mill- spaugh and Sandy Terry, and Adviser W. G. Bayley, the members of the Sibylline Staff Work long and tediously to meet the spring deadline. This year the staff has been organized into defi- nite committees, and the responsibility of the officers has been lessened some- what by the electing of co-chairmen and co-business managers. Although the yearbook requires much hard Work, the finished product seems to render the Work Worthwhile, indeed. 76 ' - .. y Tm-, -5 0. fm .AH A -Y .,.. uw lx The Picture Committee is composed of M. Heater P. Eggebrecht A. Kemper, J. Keenan, and C. Wil son. As expained in the title, these people ac company the pnotoqraplwer and help malre de cstrs corcerring pictures in the yearbook. F. Wallgir S, Kie.fer, C. Sawyer, and D. Wright csmprbe the Dummy Committee, lt is the respon- sibi Y, of 'nis group, with the co-editors' super- yfsiivn ff: arrange the dummy and prepare it for - -,-J I I in- -4- F554 3 Facia .md figures are fiio main concern oi fiie Business Commiffee, with J. Cmvery and C. Cas-3 mio as Co-business Managers. E, Harkness icon- icrl assists lweipiuiiy in nii business aiiairs. 2- L .. 5 sw:-: if yi" A " ZIV . W' .. N., Choosing Ylwe Sibyiiine cover is ihe work of D. Dougias, B, Berry, J. Caiveriey, and B. Schrader, who are members of The Cover Commhfee. 'Q' iflv i 'QQ , .- AVUAY4 G. Raimqjs' L. Leedy, K. Ease S. B d rd M. Heff we ke-of bn, semf' Sib 'NFL' 5 9 , 1 Y o' the V-.oric C' oe wg mi-rvocefg 5' We SJri'f's" Co"m"'ee. ts Filling the paper and pencil machines is a con- stant fob as Elsie Harkness and Mafene Wirth have dfscovered. STUDENT COUNCIL Being the student governing body, the Student Councils nioin tunction is to help the operotion ot the school through octivities in which the stuf dents mov pcrrticipcxte. Throughout the yeor, the Council sponsors rnctny octi- vities, such os donces, Sodie l-lowkins Dov, the Mcrrch ot Dimes Drive, help tor the needy ot Christrnots, ond Col- lege Night. One ot the Council's most irnpor- tdnt duties is the supervision ot Home- coming, unto which much time ond Work is given. Also, the Council owns ond operotes, tor the conveniece ot the students, pencil ond poper rnochines, Coke niochines, ond or julie box. Under the leodership ot its sponsor, Miss Cheesrnon, ond its president, ludy Ris- ley, the Student Council is cr very octive ond etticient orgcrnizortion. 'N -A ' f ww Q qc 1 Inu osli-su,' Q Q 4 4 1-we-if-sr' . gf go ,. N f wx l 21.0 0,0 at f Q FF QQ . A W: ' .- Happy llwaf +l'1e drive for 'food for flue needy has been a success are Ken Brown, Kirly Friclr, Bob Alka, Phyllis Egge- breclwl. Bonira Depuly, Milne Hering, Barbara Kolb, Marlene Wirrlw, Elsie Harlmness, David Complon, Teresa Bivins, Plwyllis Parker, George Relnnquisl, Kay Boss, Miss Clweesman, Grel- Selling book Covers are DWIQM Douglas Mike Douglas, Roberla Punlney, and Sandy Parmenler, clwen Taylor, Huberf Locke, Judy Risley, and Barbara Hunger- ford. Q if ff Q, . Q 44 , Anglia A F? - :fin QQ,-' lin '5' A 1 is if E ., C for ,i W 1. ,, , , , ' , ,, L fs. ,K I C - fa' fs? a+ fn , L I l sy fi - ' ff ' i Yu' 9 ll l N ' Tl ,fx V,,.. V Qian fy , A - g 4 K rw. 4 1 as if M 4 y W C- ,I A Y ,, . ,. , , i fx , 'Q Q ,, A - Q54 V P14 .wg Observing flwe officers, Milne Hering, Treasurer: Bonila Depufy, Secrelaryy Judy Risley, Presidenf: and David Compfon, Vice President, is rlwe Slu- denr Council sponsor, Miss Elizabefln Clweesrnan. Bonnie Schrader a rnernber oi Nariona' Cub practices dliqenfly in preparation for a club meet- ing. NATIONAL CLUB National Club is an organization composed of the outstanding members of the music department. Represent- ing all phases of music participation, new members are selected each spring by the old members of the club. Selection is based upon the students participation in contest and his ability to perform either in singing or playing an instrument. During the meetings, which are held at members homes, several persons present their solos to the critical National Club audience, which is the severest test of the per- formers ability. To perform before their friends, who criticize the soloist and choose a winner, is the soloists hardest task. Through the workings of this club, the members acguire more poise and better musicianship. 80 i l l 1 S Sponsors of National Club are the music directors, Mr. Perkins and Mr. Collins, B. Ealbn, P. Eggebreclnt, J. Shepard, J. Gwyn, and F. Weiiar enjoy the duet played by S. Terry and M. Heater. Nw ' x. l . x '-25 N gg,-fs 5 1 Tw X Nafionaf Club officers are Barbara MiNer, Secre- faryfreasureri Tom Fisher, Presidenfq and Oaudia Cas+eNo Vice Pesidenr. Roberf Anderson accompanies David Payne as he performs before Hwe appreciahve Nafional Cub audience. 4 , 4 g T, Figher, B. Hudson B. Hadder, B. Gould D. Leacrv, J, ANdre-dqe, J. Houcnlns, C. Cas?-e'o S. Harris, M, RandoNpl'1, B. Schrader, K. Frick, S. MI' se paugh, and G. TayNor judge K. BodNe's soNc, PUT? 5 55? The officers and sponsor ofthe Foreign Language C ub are Janice Reisinger, Treasureri Susan Harris, Vice President: Milne Hering, President: Evelyn Payne, Secretary: and Miss M. Cheesman, Sponsor. FCDREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB The Foreign Language Club is composed of students who have taken one o r more courses of Latin o r Spanish. The new members attend regular meetings until a date is set for the initiation. Upon this day, each incoming member is required to dress according to the customs of the langu- age that he has taken. After the initia- tion ceremony, the student becomes an active member. During the year, many parties are held at which the members enjoy playing the games they have learned during the regular club meetings. Often at these meet- ings information is given on people of foreign lands. To promote good Will and understanding between all count- ries is the purpose of the Foreign Lan- guage Club. 82 Playing Latin games are J ndstrom A Hock geiger, D. Payne, M. He n S Wea er an Harris. B. Lucas, M. Randolph, J. Powers, P. Eggebre-clit D. Chadra, B. Schrader, P. Carter, C. Singer, C Elder, and M. Heater are some of the old FLC members. .Fm D. Sievers Miss Clieesman A. Locke, J. Turner, S. Weaver, and C. Floyd enioy llne FLC. Cnrisimas party. i S. Wlnilelmead, I. Kieiler, S. King, A. Gillilnan, K Friclc, J. I-Ielrn, J. Dunkel. J.Cl1apman, C. Appleby. B. Miller, L. Waller, L. Slollz, L. Leedy, M. Harl and D. Clwadra enioy an F.L.C. meeling. . I f y, . NEW MEMBERS OF THE F.L.C.: FIRST ROW, Ielf lo riglulz J. Appleby, L. Pelerson, A. Arnold, F, Elder, V. DeMarco, S. Miller. T. Bufler, R. Paul, M. Wirllw. SECOND ROW, Ielf Io riqlnf: P. Parker. S. Beal, V. Tennis, P. Pool B. McMaI'xel, R. Brown, A. Loclce, D. Sievers, K. Boss, A. I-Iullaclier. S. Weaver, P. Lear, N, Halbig, J, Danner. N. I-lull. THIRD ROW, lelf lo riglnf: C. Floyd, D. Moore, L. Morrow, S. Fisher, C. Zimmer, I-I. Garret D. Payne, M. Dawson, M. Douglas. C. Boseclcer, E. Hark- ness. M. I-Iudson. N. Hunt, C. Singer, E. Weddle, B. Lucas, C. Elder, 7 t 4 np' I , J. Price, E. Payne, A. Newkirk, J. Dunkel, M. Balmer, J. Wood, and R. James are some of the sen F.T.A. members. While Bob Gould explains the art of t ln q t new members, Judy Risley and Bill l-l d ld members, S. Harris, D. ompton, S K ff D FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA it O ad G W acknowledge their approval. The Future Teachers Club is com- posed of students who are interested in or who plan a future of teaching. A V 4 . yllis Bishop, a senior member of FTA., eng y ln order that they might have the f iwo days as 5 fourth grade fewer. opportunity of actual classroom exper- ience, members are sent to the district schools to practice teach for two days. During these days the student teachers are aided by the helpful advice and teaching hints of the regular teachers. As a part of the scheduled meetings of the club, planned programs are pre- sented b y members. Often guest speakers who speak about the prob- lems of teaching or about specialized fields of the teaching profession are featured. The experience gained from beloning to FTA. is very rewarding a n d often helpful in attaining the hoped-for goals of later life. 84 R,- 2.4 . gh W . ,Q , , F.T.A. members, Jerry Turner and Janice Reisinqer, se!! concesslons af a baske1baN game ,1..'f-"""' -. P,T.A. ieaderz are Cary Sprry Vrcc President Dwlqhr Douqhs Prci'd+ rrri Lrrrdfx Wm Mfr Secre- rary' Judy Corirwq Trr.-.aug-:r: fvrd Mrs. C. MC- Lauqhrrm, Sporwzof 2? . .f 5 JH NEW MEMBERS OF F.T.A.: FIRST ROW, Jer? ro MQW: J. Hem C.Sm'Tr1,J,Marr'ofr M. Randzor' M. Hess K. Brown J. Da e- P. Eq GDVECPT P. Parke-r S. Bear B. Schrader. SECOND ROW, ro rorrf F a a M p pp r Q V Q rl 1 . W r, . Berberich, S. PMN s, J. Serafs, S. Tryfies. I. Kieffer. C. A eo, K. Frd R. Parnfer. C. Ha., G. UHey. THIRD ROW, eff To rrqhr: R. Newkrrk, J. Termrs M. Vxfrq" S. I'sor1, N. Young, K. C1eary, P. Carfer, J. Shepard, J, Powers, J, Lrrwdsfrom, and B. Rose. 4 SP SALAUS C. Kirvvard M. Ewad E. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA "Be a leader, not a leaner" is the motto expressing the effort to fulfill the goals of the Future Homemakers of America. ln this club, the girls Work toward improving their cooking and sewing skills in order to become more efficient homernalcers. Along with this training, common household and famq ily problems are discussed, and many questions concerning the running of an efficient home are answered. The members of the Future l-lomemakers of America Work together in all phases of the duties that will some day be their responsibilities. Undertaking many activities, the Fl-l.A. sells sta- tionary, participates in the lily parade, and do other important activities. Near Christmas the Fl-l.A. have a banquet at which awards are presented to out- standing members. 86 J. See! K. Litherzvid L A J Sh p d J Dzalev M. Baker, S. Ei-a L H M K and S. Pefce make 3 sid d TJ W'ri' L' Butt-.rr-L' Kidd a flwish- t h the znfmrfiivw they :nude for the PH Marr of P 0 dem my or San y Pfarmenfrr ww ml-cnc cr Marycrxe WrqVr VC m Ju Wiods Javef n mis Mi Mr. lrvin and Bingham Risley admire the new FFA, sign, FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers ot America is composed of a group ot boys who are interested in agriculture. Following the motto of the FFA., "Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, Living to serve," the boys work to tul- till their obligations as members ot the club. The members ot the F.F.A. en- gage in activities such as having par- ties, judging animals, and having the pest control contest. Each year the FFA. members choose a high school girls who lives on a tarrn to be the FFA. Chapter Sweetheart, who this year is Ioyce Shepard. Their year is climaxed at the an n u al banquet where the F.l:'.A. Chapter Sweetheart is presented, and awards are given to the F.lf'.A. members. 88 These members,H.L p d 6 Stlt R S th E Ld RDHRQNPT H ou ermit, . OC and T. Hoffman, insp t g h epard is the i959 F.F.A. Chapter Sw t 'Wi f.........., Hia 4 Curr Floyd, Duane Deislner, and Eiberf Brosrer do some repair work on a Tracfor. S FFA, ieaders are Roberf Giick, Senfinaig Charies Higgins, Represenraiive, John Wood, Treasurer, Mr. irvin Sponsor, Cayren le, Secreiaryq Norman Wiicox, Vice Presideniiq Teddy Bosecker, Presi- dent 2 - , X ? NEW MEMBERS OF F.F.A.: FIRST ROW, lei? 'ro rigiwf: G. Garner, R. Re-ei, L. Newlcirk, P. Berberidi R. Beriram, W. Riggs, W. Banks, J. Dunkel, R. Reedus. SECOND ROW, ieif To righfz B. James, M Hocking, J. Kieffer, E. Bradham, K. Sieirrerman, J. Baird, M, Beachamp, J. Lawrence, R. Cie-rn L Goldman. R. Bosecker. is-,-if Hull'- . K-,..u , 4 , -:sf II li 9 iq sk fs K 4532, x is I , 'kr QQ U M V. 9 K. Young and D, Wilkinson work In the Shoo chiding. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION CLUB The lndustrial Education Club is a state-Wide organization created for the purpose of bringing together boys from all areas of industrial arts. To do good for the school and community, to have good times together, and to pro- mote education in the field of industry are the functions of the club. During the year some of the projects under- taken by the club are the coat check a n d ushering at basketball games, taking tickets and passing out pro- grams at football games, building a float fo r Homecoming, sponsoring dances, and taking field trips to busi- ness firms of interest. The highlight of the year is th e State Convention Where the boys learn to conduct meet- ings, take field trips, and hear interest- ing talks by speakers of different fields of industry. 90 G. Ewa'd and T. Broster examine a chest they cr D t,.,,ashopprIt Mr. Wya't he os ares ax GFS 0 Q ff -4 .u , '5 VQ L . ...f- Lrxrry Brwqgs and Bernard Crmlcd use an efecfric dm :rw the shop bufldhg X Eddfe Sferdey. Srafe Vice Rresbcrf' Dan HIPS Vwce Presderet' Kew Dwi SeQre'ar4,-Treaeueri Mr. Wyar' Sponsor' Drk Yfv,,"'5rrx-vw Remover' ard John Sharp Rres7demr, are i-rrdc-rs 95 the Nrwdurrf- a Educahoh C vb. g E Q if E 4 SWE!! .,Lz', -f 1, NEW MEMBERS: FIRST ROW, leff +0 riqhf: R. Goodson, N. Brunsen, K. McKay, J, Blehl, K. Ashby L. WeNNer, M. Nash, and D. Reber. SECOND ROW, left fo righfz J. Hicks, W. Mabry, J. Shuhr, R Huff, K. Thompson, W. WiHrimson R. Pederson, R. Clark R. Reel J. AHen, and K, Terry, I FIRST ROW, lett to right: J. Campbell R, James N. Halbiq, M. Wirth, G. Taylor, S. Weaver, S. Kielter J. Chapman, B. Shain, J. Brewer, S. Phiilips. SECOND ROW, left to right: D. Taylor, C. Smith. K. Armstrong, B. Schrader, J. Risley. M. Randolph. S. Seaton, C. Boseclcer, M. I-Iess, P. Carter, K. Cleary. THIRD ROW, lett to right: P. Pool, K. Friclc. M. Ewald, F. Wallar, C. Sawyer, N. Shaw. J. Powers, I. Hocking, D. Wright, M, Cash, R. Cox. I.. Latham, B. Baker, D. Warren P. Wager, R. Putney, J. I-licks, K. Mc- Gill S. Whitehead, A. Hultachor, J. Kietter, E. Bivins J. lownscnd A. Vire S. Liberty, A. Gi Iihan, J. Keenan S. Cu ver, M. E-.vald and A. Weber hlce to 'he river on the G.A,A. Buddy Supper. and J. Calverley. 1 "5 .1 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Girls' Athletic Association is comprised ot girls interested in physi- cal exercise, supervised athletics, and good sportsmanship. Participating in the sports held during the year, a girl learns to bowl and to play softball, basketball, deck tennis, volley ball, tennis, and other games. Through her interest and participation the girl ac- quires team spirit and cooperation, en- joyment, and relaxation. By receiving points for atter-school attendance and participation in the activities held, a girl earns a letter and travels with the other letter winners to Shakamak State Park Where they and their sponsor, Mrs. Fisher, enjoy a Weekend ot hiking and boating. Climaxing the year is the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet at Which the girls receive their letters ot achievement. 92 O J. Keenan, J. Helm, B. Deputy, S. Keenan, S. Cul- ver, B. I'-Iunqertord, E. Bivins, and D. Wright, give their luggage to Mr. Kingsbury, who will haul it to Shalcarnalc tor them. .Cam fini! P. Wager P505 'gr 3 gfrvkg WPI? T, vns J, Keenan A. K-emoer and J. Ca verfzy A . Nh, pm-f - .M if I 0 I It xii, ' - CA - - R L1 C ,- 3 . . A , 9 L 1 L ' 4 .!f ,X ,O X GJNA. c5:'ce's are f'vw+-"Q Kemper Severin: Mrs. Flihif Spvmfmr' MNH: Efalccr. Treesmer Barham Hbnqcrwgrd. V'Cf,- P'-1-Qdinfj and Dlrah Wriqhf, Pwidenf. H ' wr ERRMEN 41 .,. . 1 W5 arcflqff' 9 . fi 1 4 ,C MA ' 'O . 'E' Q . Q .f , 9 9 I N.. a- O . f .- 5. X, , f K ,QT CASE! D Q ' f f If I If Mgr- -CKURML , . ,cf ', u Q - 2 I9 -tg H 1 L My rs . if L . ' 4 4 1 1-. L W r A 5 4 Mk, A15 'J L gf H1 f pf cr . EHRMF . 'x A N mia! L ' 7 in ' . r' C' li N ' " 2' ' .O ' . 5 - sz-f L 'As ., . ,p OMNI, W' me , X MT. 1 , - '3 .NCES ws Q55 NEW MEMBERS: FIRST ROW, lei? fo riqL1f:A.Webber. L. Rldens. S. Legq J. Sdvonaman B. KONLJ M. Wicklin. T. Bivins, J. Hughes. SECOND ROW, Neff to right D. Wyaff, M. Terry, A. Jarvis. C. Plwmips. S. Shephard, J. Keneipp. D. Warren. E. CGVJEV, A, B4ack. S. Kmg. THIRD ROW, ieff fo righf: M, Few. VV. Burkeif, A. Locke. A. Hmfachor. C. Kenmard, K. MCGH1, M. Hudson. L. DarneH. R. Morris. FOURTH ROW, Neff To righfs K. Weisenberqen N. Kemper, J, Townsend, R. Pufney. P. New, kirk, A. Vire R. Ciarlc. C. Deisher. 93 Qi. fi Si dz czncessions was a part of we 'MN Club . d .. f 'Lift' 'Vi C T "M" CLUB Comprising the HM" Club are thirty-four members, each of Whom have attained at least one athletic letter. Throughout the year, the HM" Club Works to raise money for its an- nual trip. Selling concessions at ball games and sponsoring ball games, such as the "Varsity vs. Alumni" game, are some of the"M" Club's means of producing the needed funds. As the end of the year draws near, the mem- bers finally get to go on the trip which they have long anticipated. ln the spring of l958, the "M" Club Went to Horseshoe Lake, Where they enjoyed a Weekend of fishing, boating, and good fun. With Coach Cfatewood as their sponsor, the HM" Club members can be proud of their honorable and fun-loving club. 94 One o' me trip vt l958. Cub rnernbers. ertioyed fishing and boating ther Ip to Horiiirie Lake. highlights of the year r annual was to Horseshoe Lake in th primg of -r.. L, Ihese 'MI' Crub members L. LMZ, I.. M herman and J. Wood, shine Ihe trophies as a rf oi Their Mi' Ciub worIc. I., . f X. s - X ,6.:, . x J ...lu .1 ' Q f ii Fx Presidenf PGI Cunningham, Vice Pre-sidenf Don Funnhouser, Secrefory-Treasurer Pefe KoIb, and Sponsor Roy Gafewood discuss pIans For Ihe ap- proaching "M" Ciub Trip. FIRST ROW, Iefr ro righf: D. DougIas, T. Mowaft L. Lanlcford, D. Funkhouser. P. Cunningham, P. KoIb, B. GouId, J. I-Iouchins, and R. DiIIard. SECOND ROW, Ieff fo righf: J. Singer, D. Young, M. Herring, L. Conrady, I-I. Locke, D. Brandebourg, R. Gaiewood. THIRD ROW, Ieff fo righfz N. WiIcox, B. I-IacInIer, R. OIds, D. SpeIman, K. Harris, K. Brown, B. MorIan. FOURTH ROW, Ieff fo righf: K. Young, M. Doug as, R. Moore, R. McCary, S. Smifh, J. Baird. J. Brown. FIFTH ROW, Ieff fo riqhf: S. Richmond, J. I-Iicks, S. MiIIer, J. Brown, G. Childers, D. Maloff, J. Kemper. 95 .f 48 N 1 ..., 4 ,gf ,C Raw 1-5.-A G 14 Q-, ,1 Q if . 1 V '5 1 . ng Q . l , 3 'il ' .AM .X W Q mf ,,v....,ix. I tx ,. 441- x .A X? . -W . U ' :eu --wx., , A 3 W, ,.,,M, K 5 K fy mann, I . tg! Sli. Q Ag 7 6 4 ,,yq3,.:-1-V 55 is .g .W .,4,.Mk 1 . t l 191 ' :' - hott? i f "K, iff' x ,er .,. q5?3,:.,..,,. W ,W - , I LBUM As we leaf through the album, we a favorite teacher, a special helper, a certain friend. Familiar faces bring back memories of almost forgotten events. 1 remember rdf' v .W 'airs' wx' ' s vi 2 X xx X 1' Q t , tw ks, 1. 5 If x . to ww 1 i , M t . P il "lb -s . A X .i A ' ' , 2, ' X 1 ,f-ef if"'r5 ,Sri , Q 5' f r ' X x t 46,4 These girls find that their physical education teach- er, Mrs. Henager, is one of their favorite teach- SFS. TEHLA, SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Comprising the school admin- istration are the school board, Superintendent Robert l-l. Orr, and Principal C. Bliss Talley. lt has been the duty oi the school board, led by its president, Mr. Harold Smith, to meet and de- cide on important matters con- cerning the school, its student body, and the faculty. With the leadership and cooperation ot Mr. Talley a n d Mr. Orr, the board has made many impor- tant decisions which have made possible many improvements in the school system. The time and effort donated by these devoted men are much appreciated. g,- Sctlool Board President Harold Smith, and Superl intendent Robert H. Orr conter on Important school matters. Morris Kemper, Elmo Conrady, Stanley Beclcerman, Ernest Barker, Harold Smith, Harold Allra, and Max Bare keep late hours as members of the school board. ' Two key tigures in our school adm n stratnon Prln cipal C. Bliss Talley and Superintendent Robert I-I Orr, discuss a pleasant sublect f A v Mp- Q . '31 ,.f .-1. M e : 1 , L ex X ' n 3 sl, W: fb 'QE f Mvf .-x y fa-5 q ' J '7?'.fA H ' f f 1 :-Mi lffggiw- A 'YH 1" 'a'51'4': 5 , . ,vm i ffy 7 L- 'fggvf "fi1'1'.,. +A Hswifffg'-Q' X W- -:X xy! ' :'- A? xv , . ,W 7,11 , S 'C. If . ' ,-E.PzQwf5g1:?2 . xr,1X'b551:Qf f -.ref vm . wh " ' f Wifmilwsf '-L tara - ' ' X ,Q 5 "FEES J .J .writ 7 w 1? ' ng, 2 W 2 ' ,JJ .4 's X S- A AK .sm V D , , s-.7 -H X AT ,sb . i I -.. Q I ,L zz - 4 J we f. Q 'Y vc? :Q K w:1:m5,sg sm J K 5 5. - V: . If ir , V W 4 . 'Wgx Q -5' sk . ww , P ,Q gsggim ..., v,'- . - 'Wm-N - 'Uma ,Am EM f ax 5 1 f "f i , F ,-1. ' :W W. --f , . " ' . k m 5,5 lv -' 1,51 9 ' - fy my ":'4' -E . ' , ' A , X , Q - i f-x-Mgt ,i . ul.. .AY H., gif W V V 33 ,Q Q- ?'f1iq1Q5,. ' , - w. . " K ,. 'ai' , ' " 1 T61 ' .. ' ,A . -,, ' '1 " ' - ,V 'ALB . my-,J I 'S an WM vi K a OUR GUIDING FORCE Besides sponsoring the Stu- dent Council and instructing her classes, Miss Elizabeth Chees- man plays an important role in the guidance of the student body. With great understand- ing, she counsels students Who come to her asking for informa- tion on colleges and class sched- ules. Mrs. Wright, the school secretary, is always cheerfully ready to assist the students and faculty. lt would be difficult for the school to run smoothly without the aid of this helpful combination. .f"""' 'sf' Msscf' ci hlpqhd q R D d 'PTI RFU M W ,. , . CV-r,.,, .M L FACULTY W. G. BAYLEY Enqiish I BEN CHAMNESS Mafhernafics Coach ELIZABETH CHEESMAN American Hisfory Guidance MIGNONNE CHEESMAN Lafin ROY GATEWOOD Physica' Educafion Coach JERRY CRUM American Hisiory BILLY DENHAM Drivers' 'Irahfng Typing merce SHIRLEY FISHER Physicai Educaiion EUGENE COLLINS Music LESTER GILLIEM Spanish Eng'sh I LEOLA GOEDECKE I-Ieahh Schcz Narse CATHERINE HASENMYER I'-,Ding H "'- , Eczramics FACULTY MILDRED HENAGER Wor'd Hisfory, PIwysIcaI Educa Hon PAUL HENAGER Bookkeeping Commerce Typing R. S. HENRY Shop MARGIE HOLIFIELD SI:r'Fewd Ciflii PMG: Se3fe'fIfI,x' I3'aC"Cn' CATHERINE HUDSON Spci-U Eff: ' II ROBERT IRVIN f'.'l"f . ' JAMES JOHN 1 r".:fi1g. Ugg" Es,.:i"n INA JOHNSON E'Q 'W :1VTdII CLARA MCLAUGHLIN Plane and Si 'd Gfmmwr, Afliftw II T' 1 'nur-IIII, IRENE MOORE Lbfizfm FLOYD PERKINS Mgfc CALVIN RIGGS EIZXTQI S5229 I FACULTY Agobm 3 Pane GQ-Dmwry E. M. RUTLEDGE V A GEOREEE SMITH Tv-Mmmq NORMAN STEWART "nn T1 E, ,, DONALD SWIFT Ar' T ind U RUTH TENNES CHARLES WEAVER 915 Prim Qfws BARBARA WILSON Hivffmakig flirzr RAY WINKLER S'7"'i' ' Ci-:QL LAH FERN wise ffg A w TV WILLIAM WYATT 3+ A p GOLDIE FARMER H rvwm akmq IMT W Vwvzry rj V? ,V - . ,ww .KM , ks A 2 Ye 'Y . ya Q Q. Ti X, -ea. ,. fs, 5' I . It 3 FA' , 1 ! ' N w wit. if lgf,-.p...,,,,, ll- ..T' ul' 1. ,A X 1 0' . 1 li! .5 , ML I. 'fx T 'AIU E ' STUDENT SERVICE GROUPS lfi, M'g.'.e-r,' Nl"- Wflgh' J. E",.'.V Hunger- if fd K. P-.rrrea'rff'q J. Jclwzcr J, Tuner B. Lucas 'md R. Azhcy hop fnaie 'fc cmce .work more effkjieritiy. E. Baker P. Bizlrtp P. Parlfu M22 Moore E. Mc- Cwx C. S 'Vi' f J. Pci'g"'. A, f-fzgwgeqer J. Eff: ":'Cl C Em :im 'rr cf eff, 104 Throughout the year, the stu- dents seem to forget the people Who maintain the building, cook the cafeteria meals, and provide a smoothly-run school. Neverthe- less, they are appreciated, and a part of the school's reputation is due to these people. Spending in- numerable hours at their Work, the custodians provide a clean building of which we can be proud. The cafeteria staff pro- vides Well-balanced meals for stu- dents and teachers, and the bus drivers, transporting students in all kinds of weather, perform their duties faithfully. Without the aid of the student service groups, the school would lose much of its efficiency. These students Work diligently at the everyday duties of office and library assistants. To these people we gratefully ex- tend our thanks. I 1 0"-ng Wg CUSTODIANS, COOKS. BUS DRIVERS Preof,r"wg ffC dwfs mea's are L. Spfmd V. DQS? ir R. ace B, Tayor, and G. Ccmbg A "Yes, th: 5 5 xii x w J Mrs. Tmmzr We Head cook does an exceWen+ Qob ff mmmmg Wwe- CIIGTEJVJH bin? at We Fiqh SCFOON fmd My mhcr schmls ,rw Ve dwrlct ,fs-it . P , V. Sfwff B, HQ F. Wynn -rd H. , ,,.f ,V .3 wolf ,V BUS DRIVERS. FIRST ROW, 'Q ' xv: B-.ck .V.,. f. V, vJ,,,!f -FA., Li. S SECOND ROW. 2 . V' C. F If ' S R f SENIORS W JJDWWW-W ANN ALLDQEDGE: Q02 36-E CVC W 2 3 4 Cf? ' 3 4' C if fe' Qu-Wf'e'2 3 4' Wfia,-.":1 Q- Me' 2 3 4' E 1" C' WVWJ1'C 2 3 4' S'e'e Mg : 2 3 4' Eva W 2 3 4 F-.3 Era 3 4' N Wt rw ff .P 4' G.A.A. W' :.W'+,A, '. ANWWA WOLWSf AWLWN: CW, Cuz' W 2 3 P.W'W.A. W 2 3 EHJEQLY ANN AWWWF'-W: HW',A. 2' CW ' 3. QAMCNA RU'LW ALLEN: f C -rv ' 2 3 4' CT r 2 3 4 f7.f"W,A. W 2 3 L"'W.-W"'f W 2' E.?'.A.. 2. DELORFS KAY ARMSWROF-WL: M..,:5a'f'c Hgh SCH W W 2' Afwmiw, I 2' CWVWWW 4' C.A.A. W 3 4 Lette-rqfr 3 SQWWW3' PWWW Cmfw. DONNA SUE ARNOLD: QWWWQW C Q C30 I 2 3' Efmd W 2 37 G.A.A, W. M,A,XWNE LGU E EAKFW2: f fw'N aW QM? CWWWD W' .W,AA"' 2 :, CFA' Q,A.A. i 3 4 Wm" W QW I 2 3 4 Wr, f 4- FTA. 3 4- FW-WA 2 3 4 WW'W ',vf" 2 R'-cW"W' " 3' Nvvw W'Wg".fS:L S' ' f V W, LW, WYQW3 P WF? PAQEJ E . 'fr -1-1 C JE 2 412.113 W 2 3 4 Pun BMJ 4' EE ri 4. WNS WWF fJAW?W4W'Q: S-." 1, Cm 1 , .Q f f".-,W'1 5. JY". ,?3fE3 CWA: ,, Q .:. 2' ' H ,:.-- '. 2' HMA. 2 4,"- 4..' W 1, Cf' M'-2S3Ef1NESv' Q' 'E -f W 2 3' Fvf 4 Eff' 2... C' 'fir' PM ', EWff'f'FP- f 4 W- 41. WQAWJWWWWW VVAWY WYW BWQAWVW Lv' , : W 31, . 1 f.-, '- '-" CW.: 4' SpfffW Cx 4 " Fw, CW QQW-'ARD WW?A,W'-WKLWTXW ERP-Nf.f5f,3 'c.. 2 3 4 z 4- BWWW.-WA, W 2 if 4 ,H 3 4- Wf,W- W 3 4' M C .WW3 4- WM -'Wm 1' H fAiF"4 SUP f'W7Wf'W"fW'Q Av, , .,1,r- W 5 11' i Xl 45 3 3 11' CP W 7 3 4 '1 W 2 3 4' D--W1' A 2' l'.,fA.A. 2 ,W"":' 2335, S 1 -USL" 3'-. C' QPQQY Lii LW? QQS: F C ..: 2 fx- W c,.,. .. 8:53 ' pnikvf' CLASS OF my N Q' ,muh Eid!" MPM' X 1-f7T""zQ 5' L I 959 Judifh Ann Alldredge Anifa Louise Allen Beverly Ann Allen Romona Ruih Allen Delores Kay Armsrrong Donna Sue Arnold Maxine Louise Balmer Eddie Lee Bare Dennis Lee Barlier Winnie Lee Berberich Phyllis Jean Bishop Teddy Ervin Boseclcer David Wayne Bramlel' Richard Franklin Brandebourg Elizabefh Sue Bridges Larry Lee Briggs 107 CLASS Elberf Ervin Brosier Terry Lee Bros+er Carolyn Brown Jo Ella Brown Juaniia Louise Brown Wilbur Laverne Brown Judy Kay Burrell Shirley Lee Burfon Claudia Jean Caslelo Juclifh Coffinq E. David Complon Larry Keiili Conrady Sandra Sue Culver Pafriclz Morgan Cunningham Anna Gail Davis Melva Davis Miller 108 X OF I959 lf' 'R G -,1 1 , . H, HR. 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L : . . , 3 , . I LEE 'I' T BRO 1 ex. 2 3 4' Ind' sIrIaI Arr C I 2 3 4. K ev I egg Cub I 2 3- GAA. I 2,3 Lefferqf 3' MI-IA. S E I ark In 'I e ' Seecr ' . 12, 4 , . : . r ei I! SCRC? I 2 3, 4. VUDY KAY BURRELL: GI 'SI Gee I B I, L . 3' Junbr PIfy, C f: E,H.A. I: S IIIQ PI y, rev., 'EY LEE : I . re 1 . . . , 3, LeIIe I. I: L F.I-I, . I 3: I'IIOr , ev. : I I A ' I' Ie I II I L C,I,rw I' 3: GIrIs' G ce C Bb I, 2, 3, 7 Choi 3 ' B as IM .A,, ..... Sexrc' 3 nc or ' I d CII : I I 'I ,VII IIE! A 33,3 I 2,3 4, L d 3 4, ' ' I 2, 3 4- Se Ie , I Qi I M345 2 4: NCIIIO :I C Lb 3 4, VIce PresIderIr 4' Io rw- CM Im CI bl 2- PI. . ,e . .I 2 3 2 Ier- 'I 4. 1 I rg ':I I 2 Vice Rreiden' 3' SIDyIIIrIe SIaI5 2, 3 -Busl , . A I I AI ' megs M1 I A 4' I3Irsr RICICQ J I ,Q UT 3 1 I 3 " ' ' 'My Tue Se PI II ' 3" Se ' PIf3v, ' I I CI , I, Hcwtf SoCIeIy, SQ 7 ,f. Z I. I R LV cm Q1 If GIII4 eee Cub I, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2 3 I LA. he A ' Sfvei-'reeIrI 2: E.T.A. 3 4, Treasurer 4: F.H.A, I 2 3, 4: Na- IIIJIW1 I Z I ' I I -. I - AIM A lr TO 1 f - I Ie 7 Smde-nf CoLIncI? 2, 3, 4, If -P esI- II I de ' 4: E.T.A. 3, 4, Sergearm 05 rms 4: I 3 I , CILILJ I I 2' JUVII r PI y, C v.: enIr I , ' EIT I O : fs ' I Q , ' - fer- T e I 5 :BI I , I- A I 5 I , - , S'afe HorIorabIe MerIIIen 4 LeIIerman 3, 4: Ba3Ice'I:aII I, 2, I 3, 4 Lerferm 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4. Leifermarw I 2, 3: M CI I I 2, 3, 43 Ir'IdusIrIaI ArIs A d 2: S Io ' C Ig- I A I 5 I BI ,I TI . II ' : el 7 IrIsI I e I r I 24 J,vIcr PIL y, Casf: G,A.A. 3 4 LeII, Q' I ' e I R a, air, I IJ I C : I S PrefeIsIe'? 3: SI d f Comme 3: Fo II C I I 2 3 4 Lever- fvm 3 4 Co-Capram 4 A CcrIIerence Semi d Tea 4: M C ,I 3 4 Rr5sId-2 I4' Sirbr PIQ Cfefv. IJ I DAV 3 . e , Ig? S5565 I 2 3 4, LII D VIS MILLER: OIr5I OIQI2 CLI, I 2 3' I:.H.A. I, 2 3. A' 're f Lg' if 3: Ieg 'rigs 'E' ir: 'iff-1 ec- .farvfvg-: 1' 'rf :':':u'-if neefeg 1 'ew eco ' ze ': 'Q SCIMZ Ii 9a:I 'Ii-:. rf -W -3, .4 x DUANE DELBERT DEWSHER: FFA. N, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH WAYNE DEWSHER: MY. Carnac! Hiqiw Sdvoo' N 2 3 4. ROY JOSFPH DILLARD: Foofbdi I, 2 3, 4, Le-Herman 3 4, AU- Cwwf fvrwoi- Hu'wombNe MenHon 3, A41-COUIEVEPCS Second Tkgww 4' 335119155 I 2 3, 4, Leiiermam 3 4 Al'-Conference Hfiniffce Merfign 4 C0-Capfaln 4' Tfack W 2 3 4 Lermr- 'Wu' 2 3 4' M C,bI 2 34. Baseba 4' Na'43ma Hcrvir S' Scfi' Pi, Cfcv.. EVA MAE DOADES: Dodwr C" are H 1" SCFQ1 1 2' C2155 Vice' Pr:-Qdifrr i'C1'r5' Gm C Jo N 2 3 4' Cffir 4- GTS' Crdveeha 3' Bafd 5 2 3, 47 F.H.fX. 2, DNNVJHT OUVER DOUCLP6: Sudr' Cixi! 4' B15- kvrn 2 3 4 L'E"'?V'Y1:Vx 2,3 4' Yrwik 1 2 3 4 Lofrfv' wmv! 2 3 4' M C3cl 2 3 4' Dfitff'-3 C,:N 2' F.T.A,3 4 D""'Ui"' 4' SAC- "fiS'1"'3 4' 35'-i 3' W.E.C. A C """' H""1CC' V"" " 4' J1. f,-' . M, Trng S' Cu ', C "' -' 2':1 P :CL 4gVN1" 11 H "J S g'g',' Slfw 3 -"f f L :, C'1s" Eezffcq 4. REEFCCFX ANN DUNCAN: b.fX.f'x. N, 2 3 Lev'-grq'r 2, 3. BERNARD THQVAS DUN KFL: N'C12.3'VA: Fvra C Mu N 2, 3, 4' lme-Ufwln' C 30 4. JO ANN f'7Uf'JKH,: CYUH3 Q wffv- CJR l',1.r "' F' 1, Cf" vw' PKC. 2 3 4' V3-.fA.. 3 4' Nu Ha H'-rr -r NN ,.Uf?T.4 EAR- EAK N: E .- ri-i C-z 3 4' C' W' 3 4'? CTV' "': 3 4' F ' 2 3 4' 7-:Z 51'33 4' Mw':C.1,34'C""'Tvf4 Mwmw Hf'rS'7', T'--e H ECW NF. CARQLYN HDEQ: 'H x SH C .rf N 2 3' FLC. 2 3 4' FTJX3 4' S-fi' P :, Cum. CECRQE P. EWALD: FU 'rm Mm 'aff 2' Va, 'Vg Aw, C .V W 2 3 4' Sfmw' VH, Cr! ,- P Q-ffm 3 4. Pffapfll' KFWTH FHV'1MfXV'l:1': '. Af' C .F N 2 3 4 Q.-' '-'3 Oigpw 'x 3 4. Y'-fC3"!f'1S Q. FSHER: f 'I C.: I 2 4' C".' Y? 3 4.1: 3,.k.7 j,1.f:-N f4....1.3..,.MI 2 3 4' Sw", V313 2,3 4' B Of'-XV12 3 45,411 i 2 3 4' 31:3 Bard 2 3 4' N1 "1v' 11 C 3: 2 3 4.P'f 'dim 4' Jyf ,f Pf., Cm.-.' Som' Smh 3' Sfgfw' f Pax. Cai," B+"- bil 4. CURVS ORVAL FLOYD: Smdfm- Cixi' 17 Band N, 2' J " F 1, Cac" FLC. 4, Scr'Q'.v1f f' AMY 4' FTJX. 34' V' V .41 4- Hfxx 2 3 4 F?'r"' V 2 SYM .VV 3 1, 5, Q79 .,., V. 3 Q..,,,V,, C if 1 T-,,,. . Tzww ' 2' 'wif' T5 Hp' 1' 5.1-'. 5'-Q, Jr" SQ' f P :, Cf-. ,'.' , fC3'JxLD EEF-.W FUNKHOUSEV: C14 Y"-31g..'Q" I vw- 4 24 iff.. 2 3 4 L.-A f 3 A A S 'P f"7-.M 4 A SVA' H 1' -.rv rf," '14' B.. kwa N 2 3'Tf1zk M2 4314-?'urvww.1' N 2 M CXJN 2 3, 4 Vey Ffyfdrff 4' Junky Huy C1',fTF.T.!DX. 3 4 Sf-rqcm? ff 14-wwe 3' PPA. lp Senhnr PM-,', Cfnf' S bu 'rc Carnival KVM: P ."' 'dv' N' B513-Q-B115 2 3, 4 L --"- 1 'mfr 2 3 4' N1- " "1 H' ' ST". ",. Vx!Tf'X,Rfff'XPET FQLP'-l ',f30DPxRT3 64 . C -LN 2 3 4' CHM 2 3 4' ?.H.fR. w. Tv-dd, if - ' md JM Phfllpn pvrm'pf11c- I 959 Duane Delberl' Deisher Kennefh Wayne Deisher Roy Joseph Dillard Eva Mae Doades Dwighl Oliver Douglas Rebecca Ann Duncan Bernard Thomas Dunlcel Jo Ann Dunkel William Earl Ealrin Edwina Carolyn Elder George R. Ewald Harold Keilh Feldman Thomas D. Fisher Curfiss Orval Floyd Donald Dean Funlrhouser Margarel Ellen Goodarl' 111 CLASS OF l959 Charles Roberi Gould John Roberl Harris Susan Harris Hu ber+ Michael Har? Mary Sue Healer Vernon Lee Henle Michael David Hering Be-Hy Lou Hershberger Awanda Sue Hoclcqeiger Irma Lois Hocking Sfella Naomi Holderbaugh Daris Jerome Houchins William Cyrus Hudson Barbara Ellen Hungerford Charles Douglas Hunsinger Neclra Jean Hun'f 112 7 NI 'ky-47' up-uv' RIF' 14? l":'.:'2P fi Q ,V I 'Wh CHARLES ROBERT OOULD: CIass Presidcnf It Siude-UI Councii I: Eooibaii I 2, 3 4 Lciierrnan 3, 4: Baskerbaii I, 2, 3: Track I, 2, 3, 4, Lerrerman I, 2, 3. 4: M CIub I, 2. 3, 4: Boys' Giee CIub I, 2,3 4: Choir I, 2, 3, 4: NaIionaI CIub 3, 4' Junior PIay Casr: E.T.A. 3 4: Indusrria' Aris CIub l: Boys' Ocicr 4: Senior Play CasI: Narionai Honor Society. Vice President JOHN ROBERT HARRIS: IndusIriaI Ar'rs CIub 2, Award 2. SUSAN HARRIS: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Na- Iionai CIub 4: Debaie CIub I 2: E.L.C. 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 3, Vice Presidenf 4: ETA. 3, 4: NaiionaI Honor Socieiy: Senior PIay Crew. HUBERT MICHAEL HART: Band I, 2: Debafe Club 2: E.L.C. 2, 3, 4: Camera CIub I, 2, 3. MARY SUE HEATER: Giris' Giee CIub I, 2 3 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: OirIs' SexIeI 4: Woodwind Ouiniof 2, 3 4: GErIs' Ore cIriesIra 3: Band I 2 3, 4: Pap Band 4' Naiiunai CIub 3, 4: Junior PIay Crew: Debate C'i.b I, 2: Mfisquz- and Gavci 3? E.L.C. 2, 3 4: E.T.A. 3, 4: Camera Cub I, 2: Disfrici Music 2, 3, 4: SIaIe Music 2, 3, 4: SibyIIine SI,iII 2, 3, 4: Mixed OrcIwesIra 4: Senior PIay Crow: Nafionai Honor Socieiy. VERNON LEE HENZE: Boys' CIce Ciub I 2 3, 4: Choir 3, 4: Boys' Orcbesira 4' Band I 2 3.4: Pc-p Band 3, 4: Indus- Iriai Arfs Ciub I: Boys' Octei 4: Cornef Trio 4. MICHAEL DAVID HERINO: Marmion Miiiiary Academy I: Ciass Sec- reiary I, Treasurer 3: Sfudenr CounciI 4, Treasurer 4: Basker- I'JaII I, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Leirerman I, 2, 3, 4: M CIub 2, 3, 4: E.L.C. 2, 3, 4 Serqeani ai Arms 2, Presidenf 4: SibyIIine SraTT 4: Boys' Sfafe 3: Invesimeni Club 4, Treasurer 4: Senior PIay, Casip NaIionaI Honor Socieiy. BETTY LOU HERSHBEROER: 6irIs' Glee Ciub I, 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3, 4: Junior Piay, Usher. AWANDA SUE HOCKGEIGER: Giris' CiIee Club I, 2, 3, 4: E.L.C. 2, 3, 4, IRMA LOIS HOCKING: Band I, 2, 3, 41 Cv.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Lefrergiri 2, 3: E.H.A. I 2: CIarineI' Ouar- rer 4, Disrricf Music 4, Sraie Music 4: Narionai Honor So- ciefy. STELLA NAOMI HOLDERBAUC-H: MI. Carmei High Scbooi I, 2, 3. 4. DARIS JEROME HOUCHINS: Eooibali 42 Track 3, 4, Leiferman 3, 4: M Club 3, 4: Boys' Giee Club 3, 4: Ciioir 3, 4: Nafional CIub 4: Junior Piay, Casrg IndusIriaI Arris CIub I 2: Boys' Ocfer 4: Senior PIay, Cast WILLIAM CYRUS HUDSON: Boys' OIee CIub 2, 3, 4: Choir 3, 4: Corner Trio 3, 4: Brass Sender 4: Disfrici Music 3, 4: Sraie Music 4: Boys' Orcbesfra 3, 4: Band I, 2. 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: NaIionai CIub 3 4: E.T.A. 4: Camera CIub I: Tumbling Team I. 2' Senior PIay, Casf, BARBARA ELLEN HUNGEREORD: Srudenr CounciI I, 2 4: Cbeerieader I, 2, 3, 4' Queen ArIendanI I: Debare C ub I 2: G.A,A. I, 2 3, 4, LefrerqlrI I 2 3, Vice Presdeni 4: Naiiona Honor Socieiyt Senior Piay, Crew. CHARLES DOUGLAS HUNSINOER: Mr. Carmei High Scbooi I 2, 3, 4. NEDRA JEAN HUNT: Band I 2 3: E,T.A.3 4. Triqonimerry s'udenIs ariempr Io undersfand r e func 'ons of an anq'e. SENIORS RUTI-I ANN JAMES: Junior PIay, Crew, G,A.A. I 2, 4, LettergirI I, 2: E.T.A. 3, 4: I:.H.A. I: Senior PIay, Crew. DONALD EDWARD JOHNSON: DanviIIe High SChooI I, 27 Mt. Carr'neI High SQHOQI 3 4, Base-IJaII 4. JEANNE RAE JOHNSON: DanviIIe High School I, 2: GirIs' Orchestra I, 2: Mt, CarrneI High SchooI 3, 4: Speech CIub 4, Debate Chair- man 4i Debate CIub 3, 4' Senior Ray, Cast. ANNETTE JOYCE KEMRER: Student CounCiI 27 GirIs' Giee CILJID I, 27 Band I. 2: Junior PIay Crew, Oueon Attendant 23 G.A.A, I, 2, 3, 43 LettergirI I, 2,3 4: Secretary 4 SibyI'ine Statt 4' NaIionaI Honor Society 7 Senior I3Iay Crew, SHEILA SUE KIEEEER: Crass Vice-President 4' MaioretIes 2 3 4' GirIs' GIee CIub I, 2 3 4' Choir 4' Band I, 2,3 4' Pep Band 4' EPA. Sweetheart 3' Oueen Attendant 3: De- bate CIub I, 2, Treasurer 27 G.A.A. I. 2, 3, 4, Lettergiri I, 2, 3: SibyIIine Statt 47 F,T.A. 3, 4i NationaI Honor Society. SHERRY LYNN KING: E.L.C. 2, 3, 4i EISA. 3' Senior PIay Cast. PETER JOSEPH KOLB: Eootba- 2 3 4, Letterman 3 4: BasIcetbaII I, 2, 3: Track I, 2, 3, 4' Letterman I, 2 3, 41 M CIub I, 2 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Boys' State 3, In- vestment Ciub 4, FinanciaI Advisor 47 Senior PIay Cast, SARAH KATHERINE KRUG: G'rs' Gee Cub I 27 Senior Pay, Cast. LARRY DALE LANKEORDC Cass Vice-President 3' Stu- dent Councii I, Footbal I, 2 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4, A- -Con- terence I-IonorabIe Mention 43 M QIub 3, 4. LINDA LOUISE LEEDY: Student Counci 2' GfrIs' Gee Ciub I, 2 3 4' Choir 3, 41 Junior PIay Crew: Queen A'tendfant I' Debate C ub 2' I:.L.C. 2, 3, 45 Secretary 33 G.A,A. I 2, 3, Lettergirl I, 21 SibyIIine Statt 3 4' Nationai Honor Society, Senior PIay Cast, FRED GLENN LINXWILER: Boys' Giee Ciub l,2 3,47 Choir I, 2, 3, 4. HUBERT ALBERT LOCKE: CIass President 47 Student CounciI I, 3 4, Treasurer 3: I:ooIbaIi I, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 3, 4 AII,ConIerence Hortorabie Mention 3 4, Co-Captain 4, BasIretbaII I, 2, 3, 4, Letterman 2 3, 4, Co- Captain 4, AI!-Conterence I-IonorabIe Mention 3, 4, Track 2, Letterman 23 M CIub 2, 3, 4: Jaycee Citizenship Award 43 Senior PIay, Cast. BEVERLY MAXINE LUCAS: 6irIs' GIee CIub 2, 3i E.L.C, 2 3, 4i E.T.A. 3 4, Historian 3. KENNETH RAY MCKAY: IndustriaI Arts Cub 4. BEVERLY SUE MCNEW: EI-I.A. I. ELLA MAE MABREY: MT. Carrne High SChooI I 2, 3 4. Jack Singer gets his shot Jrorn Dr. RfsIey, who as- sists in the schooI tubercuosis testing program. CLASS OF xii. IWW' in-M an Nu' - Wa' T'N--V+ I 959 Rufh Ann James Donald Edward Johnson Jeanne Rae Johnson Anne++e Joyce Kemper Sheila Sue Keiffer Sherry Lynn King Pefer Joseph Kolb Sarah Kafherine Krug Larry Dale Lanlxford Linda Louise Leedy Fred Glenn Linxwiler Huberl'Alber1' Locke Beverly Maxine Lucas Kennefh Ray McKay Beverly Sue McNew Ella Mae Mabrey 115 CLASS OF l959 Sandra Sue Mar+in Donna Marie Mason JudHhAr1n Maxfieid Barbara Ann Miller Sara Lee Millspaugh Thomas A. Mowaff Anne Newkirk John W. Newkirlr Rufh Ann Oden Teddy Ann Fadge++ Evelyn Josephine Payne Thomas Edward Payne Edward Lee Peach Sharon Joyce Penrod Sandra J. Perry Don Ray Peferson 116 gs-av 'ffhff hwy 5 -'Y 45" K' ,M it DRA SUE MARTIN GAA I 2 3 LeIIergr I 2 FI-I A I Semo P ay C I DONNA MARIE MASON MI Carme-I I-IgII SCIIQOI I 2 3 4 JUDITI-I ANN MAXEIELD HI LIQIIQBARBARAA LER CI 5 O II 3 Saxopbo rfe me I 2 Se- easurer 4 AA I' n 2 s Q 3 e Ma In Os D rr' MIII 19 MUSIC 2 SARA LEE MILLSRAUCII-I fnI C3 3 C r r u 4 Wm d nInI 2 p on I IC V3 I Ira n 3 MII I 4 CO p fa VI rm fum In I ora P Svc cIy THOMAS ALIEN MOWAII 1 ELIZABEII-I ANNE NEWKIRI4 O r- C P 4 E M NEWKIRK fuss Ice r 4 FP CI 0 Boy O d Band 2 3 cr RIQSI enI 3 N1 Iona Honor Soc eIy TI-I ANN ODEN M Ca IE DY ANN PADOEII O 2 CI I II Ie aq ar va J I 2 E A A A C c 3, VXI 'Oi DH I NE 0 I AA ay as CMAS EDWARD RAYINE E I R av IIoI'I Honor oc E WARD IE PEACH CI-IAR N Yyr PEINROD NJ vm 2 3 4 DONI RAY PETER YI C II PIJ I SAN I . . . II 37 . . . I ' r 14 , as. 2 . I , , . 2 Ba d 2' O.A.A. I 2 3, ef er Ir , . NN MIL : III' CI bl 2 ' .ne Ona Y2 3 4' N1 Ina CIII3 3 4 crefary-'Ir ' I ' G. . . I 2 3 LQIIQIQI I I 2' OI' S' Orchesfra 2 3, 4' Band I 2 3 4' Rep Bn if 3 47 Jun QI I3Iay Ca I' D b. I Cub I, 2' SQXIB f d :ve 31 IE.L.C. 3 4' F.I.A. 3 43 Is' I.. s'c 2 3 4' SMI I 3 4. ' : Swdf ,funcII 2, - ,Few- Iffader I' GI IG' C9 f-Q CI In I 2 3, 4' CI'O7f 2 3 4' GIs' SI-Hs' ' II dn n OIII . 3 4' Sam I' Q Oda Ie? 3 4' IJIIIQ' O EMI 3' Mwvd O :Iwi 4' Emd I 2, 3 4' pfp Bw fi 4' Nf1IIIvnaI CIIIb 2 3 4' IIIInI'vr Pny CMI' O.A.A. I 2, 3 LQIIQIQII I 2 3' DISIIIQI QIC 2 3 4: SIAIQ- MI',Ic 2 3 4' SIIWIIIVIQ SIIIII 2, 3, -ErIIIfII' 4' EIISI RIQCQ EIIV, LmIdf3I'gRI CIJIII--'QI 43 SOIIJ rd E if IU It Ar QI pf I,I 2 3, 4: Nf'II II I'IIvII,I' I I . I EUAIINI I 2 4' L-'IrfrfYIIIIn 4' IVI Cub 4' DIIUIIQ C,.I I 2' Srrnhf Pay CII'-N. E .Z f rs' OIG JI, I 2, 3 4' F.T.A, 3 ' .H.A. I 2 3 4 SQCICIIII, 4, NaIIonaI Hvnwr S'IcIe2Iy7 Senor PIfxy Cfasr, JOHN WIL- IIA : ,H r sue 2 BIIIIQ OIL If I 2 3, 41 CIIoIr 2 3, 47 5' rcnestra 2,3 4' Ban I, 2 3, 4: Pep , ,4: NaIIonaI C pb 2, 3, VI J- 'd 7 I' I I I' . RU. .I : I, :NIH I'II:g" Scnivi' I 2 3 4. D : Irs' Gee CIIII1 I , 3 4' C'2II3 4: Ban I, 2, 3 4' JLVI-OV Ra, Crevvw DEA A Cub I 2: MJ ,Q d C-iw? 3' C.A.A. . 2 3. I.f"i-fjfi I ' .I. ,3 43 I:.I'I. , It Uoficzns 4, Pfii-C39VII 4' Imasffnenr C ,C 4, Se r5'i', 4' Sfnff P 'I Cir, EVEQI ,I ,EI INE PAY 1: C 5' O92 C 3:3 I 2 3 4' E.I..C. 2 3 4 Sicfffv, 4' O. . , I 2 3 4 Le'rerg"' I 2 3' :,I.A,3 4' SenI0f PIII, C 5 'II-IOM . ' 'Ez iIc'oaI' 2 3: Baskfs-fbaI If Iradc 2 3, 4: Band I' Snn wr II Cav' N1- ' a S ED E : Ewa IA , ,O ' ,O OE 'IOI,:G','C1Iei- Cpb I, SATIDEA JO PERRY: Ivfx Cf e H QII SQAA, I . I ' SOAI: M'. C:iII It I'I gh S I' -I 2 3 4. JC, fr, Im.-I. -1' .I- 1 " 1', :"':i' " SENICRS JAMES ERANCNS PELLLWPS: 'NA'.C'1Y"TE H gf SCWTL w 2 3 4, JEANETTE ELAINE PRWCE: S.A.A. 2 A A 3 -'5'TrE'Q f 2 3' ETA 3 4' EHA W 2 7'E1r31'Sef:rVa. Cr SANDRA E'LEEN REEL: B-ard W. JANNCE KATHRYN RE 5NbER: Blvd L2 3' J.mf'.r Pay Ci"' E.L.C.2 3 4 Tw ww f 4' E,T,A. 3 4' S' vw' ' PJ, Cwq QOHN VVENDELL ROENSQ Enya' Gee C db L Indusrr Arts Cub. JAMES SHELEURN RNSGS: EEA 1 2 W 7 4 Pu-Qdcm JUDNTH ANN RWSLEY: Smdsw' Crvmc' - M,1Q,wHw,I 2 3 42 fm' f ljr- Cxari I 2 3 47 CECJM3 Gift'OV'C17',54!Li3fBL!UG I 2 3 47 Jwfor Pa, C6372 Dah CLD I 2' G.A.fX.N 2 3 4, LQWLVQ " L 2' E.T.fAx. 4' HC, w ClD"Y','xg Ecifbai C,3,.n:rfF 4- DAR. Akira' Sefor' Pay, C ERAVNCNS L. ROSQJNCL: Dhft-fiffeu Occdpgfors 3 4. CLAUDQAFAYESNNgfER:J..'w',fF1, CMM' E.E.C.2 4' E.v.Px.3 4' S-1' r' D 1. C "-, JFQK VJAYNE SYNi: E' 3:11 E 2 3 4 L"""-M' 3 4 A -Cz1'efe"ce E Tenn' 4 A Surg 1g,r"' Tyan' 4' 531535: N 2 4' Tfacn 23 L-Tli-"" 11 2 3' M C .132 3 4. LARRY DAY D SME 511.1 4. CARY' LERIVY S?FAYgf1mf'z1 1' E.T.A.3 V qw F", " 4' EFA. " Sf' f P 1, Cv' -. MARY ANN SVEVVAQT: N2 Ci?'A"f H 3' SCMW W 7 4. SETTY JEAN STCLTZ: S.A.A. L 2 Lefref'-r' I BARBARA ELAINE STROCKBHXJE: EH A. i, 2 1 Sruaunt C 4' Evra SL L2 WFDTQ1 3' S:- LJRETCHEN JG EAYLLJZ: C : I, Svtfitfnry 4 Q1 4' ljvi nj'-V C nb Y S 4' C' 1r 2 3 3, 4' NL1Vw,frw-N Cum 4'L1.A.A. L 2 3 4' Ledergi Seng Lrfyndcr 43 E.Y.A.3 4' E.H.A. N 2 3 4 Par an 4 H atrrlw 3: Dsffc' LXALA3-C 3 4' Sfdfi Music P a,, Cast Llrwdu Lady J STx.fi'5VW4 'H The d ."3VS:,E'd oc pfwrw pvmq' vw, Q- 'fm wx" P f r 7, fx m L Q Xfx, '-,ZHLL 1" 'uw CLASS OF as-W 162 in F " A 'f"""-e A W 5 M G15 ,jim qw' ff! Q-5-ms. xv 16,5 . if- I 959 James Francis Phillips JeanneHe Elaine Price Sandra Eileen Reel Janice Kalhryn Reisinger Jol'1n Wendell Ridens James Slwelburn Riggs Juclilh Ann Risley Francis L. Rosignol Claudia Faye Singer Jack Wayne Singer Larry David Smifh Cary Leroy Spray Mary Ann S+ewar+ Belly J ean Sfolfz Barbara Elaine Siroclrbine Greichen Jo Taylor 119 CLASS OF I959 Shirley Ray Taylor Sandra Jean Terry Thomas John Trapp Jerry Kaye Turner Esfher Lou Waddle Linda Lou Waller Novella June Williams Janice La Rue Woods Dinah Lee Wrighi Danny Paul Young 120 5 s..W.,, hge, ev-W 'l!'.'1'T'? W? W9 Aiwa ofa' ibm gr. ,.,.-1 SHIRLEY RAY TAYLOR: Crossville I-liglw I, Baslcellaall I SANDRA JEAN TERRY: Cheerleader I: Girls' Glee Club I Flute Trio 2: Woodwind Ouinlef 2, 3. 4: Girls' Orclieslra 2 Oueen Atiendani 2: Debale Club I. 2: O.A.A. I, 2, 3, Lelrer- girl I. 2 Secrefary 3: Sibylline Sfail' 2, 3, 4, Co-Edifor 4: Ensemble Accornpanisl 3, 4: Nalional Honor Sociely. THOMAS JOI-IN TRAPP: Diversified Occupaiions 3, 4. JERRY KAYE TURNER: Band I, 2, 3: E.I..C, 2, 3, 4: E.T.A. 3. 4: Junior Play, Crew. ESTHER LOU WADDLE: Girls' Gee Club I, 2, 3: E.L.C. 2, 3, 4: E.T.A. 3 4I Nafional Honor Socievy. LINDA LOU WALTER: Gris' Cleo Ciub I. 2. 3, 4' Clnoir 2 3, 4: E,L.C, 2. 3: E.T.A. 3 4 Secrelary 4: Nafiona' I-Ionor Sociely: Senior Play. Casf. NOVELLA JUNE WILLIAMS: E.L.C. 2: G.A.A. I. 2, Lellergirl I, 2: E.T.A. 3: Nalional Honor Sociely. JANICE LA RUE WOODS: Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 3: l:.T.A. 3, 4: E.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Hislorian 4: Junior Play, Uslner: Senior Play, Crew. DINAH LEE WRIGHT: Clweerleeder I 2 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club I 2, 3. 4: Clioir 2, 3, 4: Junior Play. Casfg De- bare Club I, 2: G.A.A. I, 2 3, 4, Lellerqirl I, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4: Sibyl ine Slall 2. 3 4: Nalionel Honor Sociely: Sen- ior Play, Casi, DANNY PAUL YOUNG: Eoollvall I, 2, 3, 4, Lellerman 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3, Leilerrnan 2, 3: M Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Play, Casl: lnduslrial Arfs Club I: Nafional Honor Sociefy: Senior Play, Casl: Tliird Place J.C. Essay Coniesl 4. Tlne senior sponsors are C. Riggs, I. Moore, and I Jolinson. 2, 3 4: Clioir 2, 3, 4: Girls' Sexlel 2, 3, 4: Clworalaires 2. 4: 3. 4: Band I 2 3, 43 National Ciulo 2 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Dislricl Music 2, 3, 4: Slale Music 2. 3. 4' Junior Play, Casl: SENIORS ..g..w-.-.-... of Senior class officers. J. Newlcirlr, Treasurer: S. Kieffer, Vice Presidenfg G. Taylor. Secrelaryp and H. Locke, President discuss flue liglnfer side of sclwool. I 7 'fir 1 Z.. M ,,.-. if'-s Q' f -, . figs., I X . A . I I K I i Z' 'YV Enilwsiasfc lwardworkfng iiinior class oiiicers, Joyce Mercil Vice Presdeni: Kenny Brown, Presi- denlq Bonifa Depuiy Treasurer: and Eiizabeili Bivins, Secreraryp and sponsors Mr. Honager and Miss Wise endeavor io make This year a success. li "fs Y if Roger Gray Marilyn Hess Larry Jones my .Xxx 'R RW 6 xl L'-9, f- ,gh X X Jimmy Gwyn Dan Hicks Ron Jones fh- ifi'-a I , . f Q .i 'ZH we T' .. wil fy... Bill Haclrler Jeanne Hicks Karen Karr 1 ? . f rf, 4' L! 5, ri 1 7 iv- i A-V X :Q V 5 il 1.i ,Q W 122 K fs T3 i Qi i 2 . 1 if A Y, ZR g x , es.- "" it-f "rf 7 5 2 Raymond Gene George Allen Anlrenbrand Ankenb,-and Eddie Joyce Don Bradham Brewer Brown Ka+herine Michael Kenney, Cleary Colburn Collins Paul Eugene Jim Dosse+ Dunn Eaion Richard Rena Hale Clara Hampfon Russell Hal' Carolyn Higgins Karen Housfon Margarel' Holfsclaw Sfeplwen Keepes Ida Kieffer Kieffer ft' 41" R Ji I a, ii ' an f 'i 'W' fs- K ,-Q i eww .- Rv ,X ! A 3. "' f' i 'Z' Ts Carole Appleby Jim Brown Rufh Ann Cox Plwyllis Eggebrechf Kenny Harris Gary Howard Alberf Kleinschmidr x--1 5 fs .la 15-5 ws' an nw 'Lv w I K'7 xv 'ao S' x - r- vu. Q. QW s., K V1 E bw -,L . lr ii ii.,- xy as K L. 'N I, In I , 'M - 7 Z 7 ' i D v y . . -f ' " -: M .- .4 ' . if Z' B f f" sg F, f .W v if 'QLD 'Q fx . K I, 9' 6' l .fs A ' f V' f . - 'H A uf 1 fee V , A K " A -r" if 1 A A i J r li X l 'AY Xx 'I IJ- A K N- Q . vw' fx k if A YV? E Y, , L x ' , K Y K " I ' . 1 X A 1 1 . Ron Billy Jon Anne Susan Ashby Bagwell Baird Barrier Beal Kenny Larry Roberl' Bob Barbara Brown Bump Burlon Byrd Calverly Jeff Larry Jerry John Tom Crump Curran Dagley Daniel Davidson Amy Gerald Kiffy Jerry Richard Ewing Fischer Friclr Fuller Garrefl' Tom Jacqueline Roberf Charlene Lindell Hari' Helm Hemslry Hensiclc Hering Richard Sfurman Clayfon PaHy Linda Huff Hughey lle Ingram Jamison Thomas Gerfrude Don Rodney Eric Kling Knusf Leach Leach Lennerl' f -YJ A x in va Q- 5' If ' V l if ' .QQ gfggrs 0 X., , - in L .I A my , N V X X' , LM ' . X x , ,-fn. vw tr.-:ls-f' Nt' J K, 4. 3 NK f a f7'5A rs Us ..- 1 i . if 7 ,1,. Q lk fs, in v, k. K Us Mary Berberich Paula Carfer George Davis Darrell Gehref -:za Lf iz T? rv 1 fa.- 4f"?' 1: 'C' 1 1 i .HH M ' iisj 'fe' i'x?Q?f9' r.fM?"l Q 63 IJ, ll. H Q., 9" I xA I 4'1,, "gtk . A liflf Elizabelh Kay Bivins Bodle Jo Effa Rufh Chapman Clark Bonita Bill Depufy Doane Billy John Goodson Gould 1 'Y r' lr Hoplriq lo be ---'nnflff f: 'ho cvdy self-S cvnlegi 'hc im ora an- , F' 'hw ci- ' rec D" ,, .,., 1. 'V y-.ff ' ,I lnlerm salon Mme 'fcls rumors busy selwnq con- CSSSNOVWS. J Sandra Sager Sieve Smulh ' Y Bonme Schrader David Spelman Sifldfd Whearcroff Whdehead Bruan Schroeder Carol Spond Norman Wilcox Ae. ff 3'-A an Sea s Eddne Sfanley Sharon Wilson 'X QL x if if rl Hano- ur ln I rcs, Q Q Q Janef ay Llndsfrom Lnfherland Jerry Larry Moore Moore Jerry Randy Newlurlc Newlurlr ue John Phulllps o CLASS OF Shrrley Seafon Drana Taylor John Wood 4' I 960 Larry Selberf Jane? Tennis Raymond Wood f- 'E' Raymond Mccary on Moore au Newfon Joyce Powers Barbara Shaun Beafrnce Tnmberlalce George Wrlghf 'N nn. 'V- f- I' ,AF O 'nv ,JQQ if 4-ff S S iq..-Y -WJ ... i x in Eddie McClane Tern Morgan Russel Olds John Rau Nancy Shaw Sandra Trofiier Mariorie Wrigh+ 3. . ,K ,gr A L QI' A --V! vi 2-fn x '23 55 K gs., 4- ? J " J as 'M ix ' n 5 iw? Vg 1 , W in ,f 5 -f:"s? .M -1, P: ' -74 W' fire F iv- sv. .,., :LN I A 'v" TQ V 1 Q Aww-f N' ,W ' L g 'NN .Sign 1- X "' " C Ti- I J TY if S R 71 ,. f, X - l J ff J, l Marie Rober+ Ken+ Sharon David Joyce Leon Mcclane Mccormiclr McGuire Maiors Malcolm Marriof Merriel Roberf Delores Rufh Melba Roberi' John Linda Morlan Morris Morris Mowery Moyer Neilrirlc Nelson Phyllis Rufh Phyllis Milre Nancy Roberf James Orman Painier Parlrer Parfee Perry Perry Pfeisier George Sharon Marcia Sally Jim Barbara Joyce Rehnquisf Rinner+ Randolph Roclrhill Rodgers Rose Rosignol l CLASS or mo ia y E V K l. M Joyce Fred Connie Joe ii Shepherd Sherman Smiih Smifh ll ly Gracie Richard Frances Jimmy Uiley Wallrer Wallar Wells Deonna Naomi Diclr Wyaif Young Youngman , 'I 'an ' 9 C- ' 1 42 6' - A ' lo- 3' P' Q- fe we 4 X I " A ffiff, N ' N x.. i4,,'f. 1 J c GJ .l is l f f -cf ,J ,1 ' T' f, ' Q Kiwvl Ain 'rn orliinl parf al 'in juniors curriculum is ,g s i p i l ' r i 4 fi i ' M '.' if vm Amer-ciri w,",if Chiu, in ff' 'rv 3 lv? 'fjr, f.Q, ,'!3F sludy il hir, :,'1i,m'i, ii:le":',f my md ru.-mrdinq, Q 'V' H25 'U' , 9 J ilil Q, J. . . N U ,ik :L ,' M 'sf Roberfia Aborn Jack Biehl Tom Builer George Crane 1 Y 2 , 4 1: + .. M31 ... X. 1 -'w 21 X 65 s 'X r- gras, -r' I 'rv' V ' I I ' jf. . H Q A ifgifxs I A Hs : 5. , K E, .0 4. 'fx I i'2? ffm' E w .N 'Y ,Hi Rober? Alka Consiance Boseclrer Janei' Campbell Mackey Croger 4 L -K Du V I7 g Agyzz 25. Jael: Allen Kay Boss Jane? Carey Freda Croman Burch Maloff, Tom Bufler, and Audrey Locke stop r a qu ck snack boi' eer' Qi'-5 John Allen Jeanne Bowen Franlrlin Case Gerald Crow Ron Dodson Larry Gold man Harold Hinderlifer ra us' ,L. ya ff f 52' H Esfher Anfhis John Brewer Clyde Chesser Charles Davis Dewey Easier Elaine Green Tom Hoffman Judy Appleby Donnie Brines Gary Childers Kennefh Davis Faye Elder James Hadley Linda Hollen A.. l - Audrey Arnold John Brown Ron Clark Michael Dawson Danny EllioH Ralph Haggard Marcia Hudson Wayne Roberf Alls Anderson Pdffy Connie Brandebourg Braffon Norma David Caudill Chad'-5 Judy Linda Danner Darnell Linda Mike Defy Douglas Ronald Linda Goldman Gray David Phyllis HOCUNQ Hoffee vs ' M g - - s , f if., 'HF' K g.v Yi, 1 15x Q: , v- Kennefh Ashby Larry Brown Lois Clif+on Carolyn Deisher Mary Ewald Nancy Halbig Nellie Huff 'V-.ar L.- -, 1 W' '51 I ig 1 'A .F W 1 . U J tt" 1? f 4- v " fs QCAT Beverly Balmer Ru'l'h Brown Dale Collins Opal Deisher Sfephen Fischer Thomas Hallam Pafricia Huff 'I' 1. 7-v su- Leia Bell Norman Brunson Margarei' Compton Vicfor DeMarco Dianna Fisher Elsie Harkness Anifa Hulfachor LQ- ,Q I ,,K Q11 ' 1 ,km xx- r 'O' Karl Berberich Sue Burlon Lynne Courier Rebecca Doades David Friend Rolla Harrell Delores Hunl' Confirming a plan for sophomore aclivilies are Mr. Rufledqgv gpgngorg Milne Douglas, President Prise Cilla Pool, Secrelaryq Virginia Tcnnes. Treasurer, Bob Allca, Vice Presidenlq and Mr. Collins, sponsor. Barbara GarreH' Judy Helfon Lulher Isaac Helen Garrefl' Larry Henson Kerry lsom Annefla Gillihan Barbara Hershlae Bill James ea.. 'sf 1-4- 0' -r I 'Ib in 'x ,fu ,, f. H.. Us I l YW 1-s , an N ,-.Z rger L.. Roberf Gliclr Jeff Hiclzs Judy Keenan ...X i 3 Q, V4 Q-4 Kay Glover Charles Higgins Marilyn Keepes -"'. N? , QT' f' ' o r ' ar ia 4 35 H 'ie S' 0 als 3353 1-.-vifeaa? R 49 ix T E Jim Kemper Sandra Lowe Sandra Morris Larry Peach I""7 -as Carmen Kennard Garry Luft Leonard Morrow Roberl' Peach i. 'et E W1 I ws. kv I x. ff K , C .1 N '- -' Q' 4? ' , ire. 7 Xl I K-:rl - . L-,Vg 'J Q l 4 ,P i Any 5, -. Q A 1 ll X ,XQYVYN if A' V 'fx 'Y L XXX 5 L ,L X ' X rx l -x h " g, W James ROQCI' Virginia Bafbafa Kieffer Kieffer Kieffer Kirkman Larry William Larry Doane Luiz Mabrey Madden Malofl' Elizabelh Kay Ve,-non Billy McCary McGill Mcgrew McMahel Leonard Nick Linda Rodger Perry Pelers Pe+e,-son Pelerson Charlolrle Bingham Donald Rigg Risley Rogers Barbara June George Sponcl Slillwell Sfolh Sue Claracena Roberl' Weaver Wells Wheeler If -f" 2 J L '- L L L i1 G Ns' M Q 55? . 1, 'ri , ' 4? tl Q. can if i S if X. -, X Ax Q . . Q 1. . ,L L N ,f , k - nf yy f a K ' as: If la Glenn P Pal ' ' Kleinschmidf Kjggy Leaigcla Nancy Larry Charlene Marsh Martin Mayes Tom Norma Lawrence MCMBFYGI McNew Neilrirl: Sandra Priscilla Karen Pierce Pool Raber Palricia Pally Carol Sawyer Sampson Sanford Richard Larry David TenBarge Sfollz Tarpley Gilbed Thelma Judy Whiffen Whifalrer While j"?l : Im N6-""' sv f- F J . 1 1" y q1 1? VL These lwo sophomore boys, Bob Allca and Milne Dawson. discover lhaf lhe bisecllon of angles is an imporlanf part of plane qeomelry. 128 -6 Q... f" 1 . - L. 7' ' l MS is x--v -Q 2' , 'Si I ,ff 4' Q Les 'rs- N5 0 5' r f Q , my ze 3' so i lzzkfir. A A. E i 1 ,, 57' v , i x I ,r. "' 1 I k.., S Q Q':A ' ' ei. l l 4. is 2 R La Donna Harold Audrey Earl Leavens Leipold Locke Louclermilll i':1.TII'0n UJYZG rlaouglas SANDY. 1 er O e gore orrus gayrzdaa Parmenfer Elin Ronald Eavid c u 5 on Paul ayne Kenneth Donna Richard Richard Reavill Redman Reedus Reel -l0l1f1f1Yl J09 Kennelh Dorolhy Sharp Sl1UlBl' Siefferman Sievers John Virginia Cl K 'fh Tennes Tennes Terr? T:-:llry Mary Donnie Donnie Kay Wiclxlin Wilkinson Williams Williams .,, Q49 be'I L- g,, 9, Nr! NV' X sifwy f,,. '- 1.7-fs X 9' 2 --of V -ff iv 1 ,fe 40 uv' ff' During Their leisure lime a group of sophomores gather in The music deparfmenr. i':if"':'? 155 i-,M . .Wi , 1, s A DX' 5: K n Porler Singer Kennefh Thompson Sandy Willyard PaHy Smifh Cleon Turner Marlene Wirfh 5 ff, N ,Z 1,74 ,ski nf-0 x x 'T if is s v. ,V . .,'x Russel Smilh Pamela Wager Merna Woolredge Carolyn Soden Shelba Wagner Kenny Young Billy Solomon Marfha Ward Charles Zimmer .,-1 i GJ?- SL. If 9 leger "3 sf Ca ', " tem 'ie M -or Presi dents Lirda D-dL, Vic-3 Fr-.,g'de"' Sasen Shep rerd Sezrefary' and Mary Jane Terry, Treasurer' are sponsors Mlss Tennes and M, Denham. Q4 ad. Jerry Dunlxel Ann Gwyn Ann Jarvis Fairy English Marilyn Hall Richard Johnson Gary Fawkes Roberi' Hall Sue Johnson Margarei' Fawl Ada Harmon Larry Kaiser I ksft in 'kr f"'b Q- an 90 , s 1 Qi , Q X 'I-Lf-2 i v Q' . Q.. .. J, ig XO' W is-if I X ml . 6 . 1 as as . v N351 vs. 3 wr' .,...-- Joe Willard Thea Nancy Barrier Baird Banks BarIe++ Gher TGFSSG Ann Ronald Charles Bivins Blaclx Boseclrer Brani Elaine Dallas Mamie Sherry Carfer Case Cash Chalcrafi Henry Myra Billie Adah COOFHSI' Coomer Corwin Coiner Richard Edward Sieven Mary Fesler Fisher Fisher FOFHOH Sue Jim Curiis Rifa Harrison Hawf Hicks Higginson Nancy Judy Carol Eugene Kemper Keneipp Kieffer Kiqhf ,SQ C V 1 H kv Q' Q C.. 'fa . 5 5 ,ii PM ,A .. .. ,Q 'ii Q -1. .1 '- ii fli XX Y' Q15-1 .A 'kb ,ali i fn ,Q is AN. -, if I T , R- Q- uv' L ' 'c: ,Q Gary Bau man Lesfer Brines Evelyn Cha pma RUll'l Couch Gary Garner Melvin Hocking Ronnie King xr Ns- -' - x E l Q .. L. ,E ,.., Q ig B H 1- i an qw-v iii-ef h -fr-rd Q- 5 X A ff- ark-' 'fr - 0 4, f . L 1 in Joe Birkla Dixie Byrd Marsha Coffing Linda Dudley lykh 5 .I , .ne A V 5 ., ka - . . , f 445-r K fo. an " L , wi v- .2 -55' , ---V 4 4 , , ' 'Y' Y rx ll A AN . 4 1 - 'I V - is ei 1-.gg k i 'CQ 1 X ii in E n 4 V L' 57 J Af- -'Q f- J , B S- i Q V K av ' 1 , wif IW V 1" h , :E -H. -,A X 5 .- 6-, ar ,lx 2 ff. 1' ' ' 1 l-.k w X .iffxfw ll f . ' -sl.. Russel Michael Ken? Paul Elaine Bill Richard Beard Beauchamp Berberich Berberich Berlin Berry Beriram Janef Jeanelfe Jerry Carol Roberia Wilma Sieve Brown Brown Brown Brunson Burke Burlreli Byes Terry Bonnie Marlena Rifa Roloerf Pansy Rufh Chesser Clark Clark Clarlc Clem Clevy Cline Marcella Bob Shawn Gayla Nina Terry Roberi Croger Crow Dalrymple Daniel Deffenclall Depufy Doufy Allen Diane Ray Joyce Linda Garrelf Glover Gooclson Granby Griesemer John Leonard John Joan Linda Holcomb Hopper Hudson Hughes James Suzanne Dona phil Barbara King Kingsbury Kingsbury Kolb i '5?l3ill5?E75i r f .1,- W C Q- if- , BQ-4 - J. Q 0 - Qi, ffl ive .A fl? J ,I fffirg? C ' if ..- f "' "' ATC S Li i 4, , ,H Y, 4' wg,- an 1 i . i, ide OWU buf. 'J-Jr cl 'ff"r'Yun fd" the haha on iruslmfin f "wif-nl,-' fri d if 1131 erfn nlrq n line lab ol llie physical science ass are Jr Ann Townsend Ed Fislier, and Ed Tom Sawyer Barbara Todd BIlly Willrinso Jeanelle Schonaman Jo Ann Townsend Gilberl Wilkinson Judy Shearer Rose Van Malre Eugene Williams X X 51 4 rf, 1 1 , , , 'iv ' 1 J qu, . jlii' .ef A if , N . K L. ' A Lorelfa Jerry Carler Lalham Lawrence Lear Gary Jerry McWilliams Linda McKee penny McWilliams Nancy Newlxirlc Jim Newkirli Dennis Newman Roberfa Reber Karen Punlney Redman Susan Bruce Jerry Shepherd Shown Sl1ular Anifa Larry Eddie Vire Voigl' Waller Edgar Kay Carol Willis Willis Wilson -E7 if ffl Q 4 Gig L- kuff Fur! N 3 . Sandy Less Bill Miller Nina Pearson Lindy Reed Norman Skaggs Darlene Warren Rayna Wilson QQ A 3 an- bf T' 'ic- -sp 'rn-.... .I 1 N el' Roberl Lemond Keilh Miller Gordon Penrod Ruby Reel Barbara Smilli Ann Webber Daniel Wood Wgjke ,- A xr ' iv. .. pw" 9? Q. 5' L, 1' l in fl Ji xii. ,Q V, if L bv, ,, an f C Y. Q. Gene McGee Michael Nash Donnie Posey Rex Robinson Q , f Q- S af' 3.- fm! L . - Pal McGill Palricia Nelllelon Tennie Poynler Bobby Sampson .-.:-v ""' Q .f""'fi . JK .2 .a.,, L y - ,Q -1 5 355' R ,il 5 " ' J 7 I -ai' 1- X. , 5 A V - J J Kew u , 4 ' T i li , , H f. 'N ' r-3675 X '..':-4+.' 7240, M 3 G : . ul ' . k Y-, QXV- D llgslliix' A Al l K . - X x x X4 Q 1, 4. " R fs- Q In I-4 Q if f'3"'l "" - f.- . I l Q.. 1 f ' ' ,, df- " "- ff ,f y I PA get 1' ' R TA 'fl' . ll . T . Roberf Linda Jeanefle Carolyn Rodney Tommy Lewis Mason McCar1y McClane McClane McCormick PeA99Y Vera Wayne David Larry Bonnie Miller Miller Mifcbell Moody Moore Munro Jack Randy Rebecca Carolyn Louise Judy Perry Perry Peferson Phillips Phillips Pope Sieve Linda Joe Wayne Ronnie Jim Richmond Rldens Rl99S Riggs Rigney Rinnerl Tim Jerry Ronald Kennelh Mary Smirh Sfriclcer Sluessel Terry Terry Karen Lee Donald Consiance Palricia Weisenberger Weller Weslfall While Wl'1iHen Jesse Blair Mary Larry Karen Wood Woods Yarbor Youngman Harris .42-Q, ,-132. ,, 'f 15. .: 4 ff- . -' ' as . ff" , N,- R - . 4 T ' 'fr A, 'QM 'X Q L M... rs' by i A fi Q, i .fs 0 W -- y Q' ey + , Wx iv' 'fi 'Q S-AL' fa ' a-- C5 L B.iroari1 Todd busily p'nninq oallerns on rrmlcr bf-Q ns in mpfrml bwnern r q pneci 1143 ' 4 k 4 X R Now where is +l1a+ Tom? ,K is Lady, you losl' your drape I , 'Z I , ' .fi ,4 ' - WE? N ,xi , me io.. A ,, . - ff X 5 X s x u Q, Y . s mmiw.. MK. Ola! Tl1a1"s my elbow Well! bliss Tome day me wallcj soul' V1 3 Mme- 'L gr V 255, ffl I Q Shhh Sprl on de-fence. r?"""x The coasl is cear o .3 2 l I Low overhe Holder Homer Counfing his chins. w Wake up, LiHle Lesfer. 1 ? YV- Y"1.4l vfiefvfhfjei 54' , j2'f?5l57Q' . 'Gv'f'5j'Ll3' ' "'i7'W'QE: - 5- ri'3535Qf3:5r155Q'fr2afS::--- --R,,Q,gg,fg5:N -4+ fis: -1 'S' we 1 , - .. fs. -I f- , - - 51- pg M- ,fn if 3 an Co-Edi+or-Sandra Terry I'v.e had 1+ Bridges' brnfches 221 Whaf' he say? Wha+' he say? Congra+ula'rlons +o Hue Class of I959 T. W. GEORGE . . OIL PRODUCER M 'X 13 2 "3 K sw E--nr 2 with "E-ww Rf' v E E R ,WfR QS K 'fi X f E E E , 1 X 5 gif . 'X if "' R at l O O Puctured here are the officers and employees of the Illlnols Mad Continent Company and the Dee Dnllmg Company Left to Right John G Dee J Roy Dee Bezle Dee M les Dee J Roy Dee Jr Bllne Bolden Ed Walker Martha Watk ns John Rafferty and Henrnetta Raber Other Geolognst Mary Ednth McK .nnon Receptionist .ma Fr ances Emow Bookkeeper We are happy to have been able to galn beneflclal national publlclty for Mt Carmel and surroundmg communltles and to have attracted to the area a great deal of outslde capntal which was Invested here PHONE 706 BRUBECK BUILDING MT CARMEL ILLINOIS DRILLING MID CONTINENT COMPANY COMPANY I Roy Dee Presldent Iohn G Dee Presldent I Roy Dee Ir Vlce Pres1dent and Secretary I Roy Dee V1ce Presldent and General Mgr ' ' . I ' I . , . , ' , I , . . -. I ' . . I . . ' - employees not present when this picture was taken are J. A. Connett. Consultant: R. E. Hamilton, 138 CONGRATULATIONS Ralbley Implement' Company 7th and Walnut Streets Mt Carmel Ill1no1s Mt Carmel Ill11'101S Cunningham Funeral Home 403 Cherry Street W Al I 4 f Uptown Coffee Shop Teshs Howard Washer Service 139 in Mt Carmel Elks Wm ..-.af I 'O ,G ,AQ '99 -DQ '04 if 'ME' G11bert Alku Wendcxl McMc1hel Iohn Schroeder Chr1s Bosecker Alvtcx Crow Hubert Samford Walter B1gg Iess Gocrd Robert Schuler .Anime WRIGHTS' Wabash Electric Company THE FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY PHILCO APPLIANCES Y P 1 A d ou' mmnage S ppmcmte ELECTRIC CONTRACTING 218 E 12th Street Phone 532 Owner Paul Summers Fisher s Floral Products Red and White Grocery 1013 Cherry Sffeef 509 W 11th FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 860 Comphments of the Whneheads HI R O Myh l'I Twenty four Hour Serv1ce Llclclles Shell Service Phone 812 9th 6. Market Mt Carmel Illxnols COMPLIMENTS OF Hackler s Vogue SHOES FOR THE FAMILY LADIES READY TO WEAR QV 'flj Dxstnbuted by X Y f sewn? X- x- N M W 'ik 'I 5 Dersch 6 -fe Q Q I L7 :T Eggebrechl' Pastry Shop We suggest you try our pastnes iw k wi, TI-IEYREYUMMY ,..v g 3 5 C om a Y Phone 969 !,," PPNXX Phone 1600 ' I I Bo' dis ain'+ Li e oclr. hl r eumatism. My, w at a tongue! o I n I N 1 - I l I I Q 1 0 AL 1 4 , 7 O I -T- 1 O l 4 1. 1 .. BEGIIEIIMIIN SALES IINII SERVICE MASSEY-FERGUSON DEALER Tractors - Combines -- Implements Farm Machinery Rental Service OTTAWA ELEVATORS and MULCHERS PAPEC CHOPPERS PHONE 39F15 HIGHWAY 15 WEST BECKERMAN AIRPORT Keep Your Eye On Massey Ferguson SHEIIIIILL OIIGHIIIIIIS QUALITY FRUIT APPLES and PEACHES PHONE 37F12 D C5 Harrlson and Son Complete O11 Well Servlcxng Fully Insured Rod and Tub1ng Swabbmg Sand Pump1ng Portable Spudder West 9th Street Call 1130 Right Propane Gas Company 500 and 1000 Gallon Tanks Skelgas rn Bottles or Bulk Phone 177 Mt Carmel I1l1no1s Triangle Onl Company Box 230 Mt Carmel I1l1no1s Telephone 730 COMPLIMENTS OF Dr L D Morrls IEA I c n K effer go ng Kno ked Kneed K y Bullet n Bo ed gal A nt I I 51' ll' 010517 Fred T French Grain Co Keensburg I1l1no1s Lambert 81 Hood O11 and Water Transportatron Mt Carmel I1l1no1s armers Feed and Ferhllzer Company Fertrhzers Feeds Seeds Seed Clearung and Lxmestone Boss Machlne Shop Welders Machuusts Steel Fabncators PORTABLE WELDING TRUCKS Phone 1142 O O I O O I O O . ' 0 it 1 S ,Qu M 0 6555.3-. in , : a i i . Q a, i ' r ' . 77' 5' 'U B I Q 0 V F ' ' OO C Dorsch Coke puts yn, fljl or mens wear ,940 I, I 4 42U Market Street sparkle ln your party X E 9 WW ' IOITIID UN TY OF TN! COCA-COLA CO ANY I' Mt Carmel mmols Mt Carmel Ill1no1s Twenty four Hour Servrce Good Food Shepherd and Key'-ner Insurance Agency Walnut Street Diner Mmketst Phone 256 Flava Heldkamp Prop 714 Walnut St Phone 438 Mt Carmel Ill1no1s Mt Carmel Ill1no1s A11 Forms of Insurance Includmg L1ie and Hospxtahzatxon 0 9 A-fi'4?T 1 521+-' For News For Plctures For Advertmsmg . . . That IS of mterest to you . . . Daily Republican Register Mundy Insurance Agency Robert E Mundy Agent 425 Market St Phone 217 Mt Carme1,I111noxs CONGRATULATIONS Hayes-Wolt Bros. Oil Co. CLASSOF1959 120 West 5th General Telephone Company ot lllinois 144 ll Il f I-fr V .I I nf 1' K.- 5 L Q". 5 E . I-. 5' if" I ' - af l, 5' ff... 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Pale 1-1605- GE Commercial Ihr Condlhomng Sunbeam Appllances WALTER S SEIBERTS Mow' HOME APPLIANCES SERVICE STATION Your General Electnc Dealer 131 Walnut Phone 986 E L Walter I Mt Carmel Ill1no1s 328 Market St Phone 905 Mt Carmel lIl1no1s ta er s I1 tI'1eWgI1Ipa 'if .- a Snot n DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATES INCORPORATED PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT OLLIE S SANI CREAM Made Clean Sold Clean Suxte 301 Flrst Natlonal Bank Bu1ld1ng 200 West Th1rd Street Phone 2 9209 Alton lll1no1s North Cherry Street Road 203 West Nmth St Phone 1688 Mt Carmel Ulmols M: Cmme1 111111015 O Sharp 8: Wllllams Plumb1ng Heatmg and Coohng 116 West 5th Phone 641 Sager and Son Grocery Fresh Meats and Vegetables 318 W 3rd Phone 920 Tanquary s Jewelry Store Rlsley s Cleaners Servmg Wabash County wxth professlonal dry clearung smce 1930 Phone 571 417 Market St yth b GALLATIN S MARKET Success to the Class of 59 Bakers of Sally Ann Bread Seybolds Grocery Heater Drug Store Fresh meats irults Prescnptxon Serv1ce and vegetables Haubegant and Yardley Cosmehcs 146 WOODS COMPUMENT5 OF SALES sos west aah DRILLING 00 Mt Carmel Illmm Iunnue Ierrv t g m'Y GIIIIIIIIY IMPLEMENT 00 Your John Deere Dealer AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIAL Power Mowers and Tlllers Lawn and Garden Supplies Complete Toy Department the year round So Marker s Phone ess Mt Carmel I1I1no1s BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1959 HOYT LOIIELIIGE CABLE TOOLS TRUCKING SERVICE F--I-1, Kai. U ..-C' E FRANCIS L BEARD HICKS 81 SON HOME IMPROVEMENT Neelys Gulf Stahon ew 55,3 'n 'W 'IZ?IIvgIfII VZQT if ilixww J IL, 13th and Cherry Phone 665 Dnllmg Contractors and O11 Producers Sklles BUIICIIFIQ Box 251 Mt Carmel Ilhnoxs . iq :T ,C - - -. , ,. .5 ,........,.-,- I I , :ang I li K A 1 Tin: gg I .rn I "3 I A q - 5 . K ,Ak A ,JI , mgL,., I O Y W 6' , 1, ., " A D, Ti: wg V 'T A af - I 4 if x Lili 'lt ,V 1 , I I gy C I 4 C ""' A 3 ' 1 , f' I s ' n r. A M1 w"2Q '. U- 4. I .f ' X A . I g I a Iriclr out of spring. Beats shoveling coal. I cIon't see anything. Tar-r-r-zon. I l I ' . . Y f?'T'-'gm 1 H, .4 -5 A A -I I-'rf LQIIQQII o 1 0 - .E f'-'f ' -A ,ff 754,-A - r ,., , Q' Q x.f4-Y, rj: X --X 'IIE -7 . " -" H7 .ff M- W. ., if A ,, 1 Y E. """?1,!f , lv- " .f S E7 LQ-31 X 4,', S, - I I I Klip! tr? ' 'I PRAIRIE FARMS PRODUCTS NO JOB TOO LARGE NO JOB TOO SMALL HAROLD KINGSBIIRY PLUMBING 81 HEATING 427 Ectst 9th Phone 802 INIIESTMENT OIL OOMPANY MI Carmel Illmols 6253 SALUTES YOU CLASS OF 59 H Paul Waterbury Ioel Townsend IMBLER PHARMAOY H 11 I - I 7 I Palmers Engine Service COMPLIMENTS QF 111 East 9th Phone 1430 Modern Amusement Company Allendale Gravel Co T W George State Inspected Sand and Gravel Amencan Legion Bulldmg Prompt Delivery Service Phone 994 Phone 22F2 Mt Carmel b Furmture Apphances Gordon s North End Drug Store Mt Carmel Transter and Furniture 923 N Market Mt Carmel Ilhnols Local and Long Dxstance Furmture Movers BEST WISHES SENIORS from Sturman 8: Fearhelley Mr and Mrs L E Hwks of Lumber Company Merchants Credlt Bureau 150 COMPLIMENTS OF Fraternal Order of C. - Council No. I343 of Eagles 3066 Tanquary Shoe Store COMPLIMENTS OF 45 Years oi Shoe-Fitting Experience The American Savlngs Smart Footwear - Phoenix Hosiery For the Entire Family and Loan Association 419 Market St Phone 104 Mt Carmel Illinois Chas L Miller Secretary Fred M Ramsey INSURANCE 42UV2 Market Street Telephone 572 Canedy Paln'I' Company, Inc 523 Market Mt Carmel Illinois Georges Shoe Service Hush Puppies and Bondshire Dress Shoes 905 Market Telephone 384 LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE QMNM .'25un,ke2z40nZ4f f or full information Phone 00000 AGENT S NAME N ADDRESS CITY STATE fm Wwzt Mew g t l A 151 COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES FROM MT CARMEL AUTO DEALERS ASSN Mi' Carmel Sand Llberfy Home Appllances and Gravel Company BHQM NhMkt T MtC APP1 I ui in aterials 927 ort ar e - 1 ph 245 L ber - Millwork - Ready-Mixed C t Mt. Carmel, Illino' . clrmel, Illinois F rmture . ' , 1 Q , w . W COMPLIMENTS OF ANDERSON BROS L E fAndyj Don Dlstnbutors PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS Fuel O11s Gasolmes Motor O11s Greases MT CARMEL DRILLING SKILES BUILDING Ioe MCGUIIS B111 Haeberle ALL SPORTS SPORTING GOODS GUNS OUTBOARD MOTORS RALPH HOLSTEIN WATER HEATERS, BOILERS, FURNACES, WATER SYSTEMS. AIR CONDITIONING, BATHROOMS I Phones 951, 1316-M, and 46-F5 . 00. WOODS Always Somethmg New Leigh+y Bro+hers Wholesale Grocers Lawrenceville, Illinois Phone 921 Dlstnbutors of Pleezmg Little Mommle and Llbby Products Dade s 305 Marke+ S+a+e Farm Insurance Companies AUTO LIFE FIRE Gilbert S Miller Phone 498 W STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF SECURITY BANK OF MT CARMEL Mt Carmel Il11no1s AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31 1958 RESOURCES Cash and due from banks S U S Govt Securltles Bonds of U S Agencles FHA Tltle II Loans Other Bonds 8: Securxtles Loans and Discounts Real Estate Loans Installment Loans Overdrafts Banking House Furnlture 8: Fixtures Other Real Estate Other Resources 1 293 826 58 1 839 200 49 1 701 131 25 658 593 51 5 492 751 83 2 384 925 96 'Z 363 463 03 765 375 90 679 010 69 251 28 8 000 00 10 000 00 1 00 513 76 S12 704 293 45 LIABILITIES Capltal S .100 000 00 Surplus 250 000 00 Undlvlded Proflts 113 043 80 Reserves 175 000 00 Interest Unearned 46 22.1 01 S12 704 293 45 The above statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief IOHN E WILLIAMS President MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ank W1 Secur1 y 0 I . ' r Qfully guaranteedj -- - ---' f Deposits ,....................,.......... ll,620.'024.54 35 Y 1 - ----'--f-------- - r- u B . t h . t H llNDERRINER'S HARDWARE DLA D SHARP BAND INSTRUMENTS DLDEHDDRFS MUSIC HDUSE Th Lgm Rf 1 Phone 52 "Have a Pepsi" e i e reshmeni' WHEN YOU WANT A PHOTOGRAPHER FOR ANY PURPOSE Home Portraits -:- Picnics -:- Parades -:- Legal Pictures -:- Family Reunions Weddings -:- Candids -:- Special Events -:- Window Displays -:- Banquets Parties -:- Outdoor Events -:- Store Interiors -:- Dances -:- Proms Accident Pictures As Well As Studio Appointments We Have The Right Equlpment You Call or Write Well Come A Running Photography Is Our Buslness YOUR YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHER SPIETH STUDIO Phone 2 6731 401 Whittle Avenue Olney Ill Chas L Maller Talley Bros I1 Insurance Age Cy West 9th St Phone 701 421 Market Street sales Servlce Repaus Mt Carmel Iumols Allis Chalmers New Idea and Kewanee Farm Implements Bob Phone 825 Chas Staley Feeds Arglco Fertillzer L1qu1d Fertllizer Canedys Marlret Quality Meats Frults and Vegetables D C F Emlung Compliments Compliments Compliments Compliments Compliments Compliments Compliments Compliments Complnments Compliments and Son Compliments Compliments Patrons enton Drug Company Company 2305 W Erie St C icago I2 Ill Hennebergers Service lce 8: Fuel Co ot B J Walter Hoslnnson Insurance Agency ot Broster s D X Service ot Chamber ot Commerce ot Charleys Block ofthe Cowling Company ot Huggins Oll Company ot Index Notion of R 81 W Sales and Service of Spencers ot Stantuelds ot course the ot Style Rite Shoe Store ot Your Flower Shop Courtesy Chesty Foods lnc Davis Lambert Oil Properties lI2I W 3r store tor Father J D Deputy Oll Producer Keneupp Contracting Co Mains Greenhouses The finest in Flowers Marxs Grocery Mt Carmel Public Utlllty Co a home owned lndustry Nelson s Laundry Phebus Barber Shop Snyders lntants Childrens and Ladies ready to wear Stop and gas with Glass Ed s Friendly Service The Diner The Model Clothing Store Hart Schattner and Marx Clothes Utter Texaco Service 63I Market Street Phone 443 Western Auto Assocrate Store WVMC Radio . . . 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