Mount Vernon Community College - Pyramid Yearbook (Mount Vernon, IL)

 - Class of 1958

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'7fae Ml. Wyman Cdammwmliq eallege On October 29. 1955. nearly ninety-six per cent of the citizens of Iefferson County who went to the polls voted for the establishment of a iunior college for Mt. Vernon, Illinois. This is the most overwhelming maiority recorded in iunior college history. Twenty-seven percent of the 1956 high school graduating class enrolled in the home college in September. Enrollment held up well during all semesters. In addition, through night courses, it served adults of the community. Because the college is so young it is not yet completely accredited. However, the thirteenth year has received recogni- tion from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Blacl-:bum College, Eastern Illinois State Teacher's College, Illi- nois State Normal University, Southem Illinois University, the University of Illinois, cmd the State Approved agency for the training of veterans. f. HZ.-xf PE .1 ,gr--M, Ml' 'Ummm Ga Gallege Helen Turner. President Gilbert N. Wood Guy Wood. Ir. Earl Hanes Clarence McCauley D. M. Rutherford Paul Fitch. Treasurer George Heidenreich Eaafzcf of Zcfacaiian 'fAvv"' Q , w :M l 5 , 1 D ' b , Q f wl' Q A fw-"V 921' 'j S V I? V d 2 f W ", ,r .r ,, ,4 .x wi ,Wulf .wry ff'- 4 fjqaamicf ' nz . .lt Z. ,K.w Hgh. A1440 'QM 5, , nr wi ,lv L M, 5 I fs I ,J I A P Nxuwsm f af KH is' ltllwkwgnulx- . - .4, ARTHUR MILWARD Superintendent Mt. Vernon Township High School. Community College HOWARD RAWLINSON Dean of the College 4.-1 2 Q l x Pqaafniaf 'ie KQP' , , t EDITH GATES HOWARD JONES Registrar Director, Adult Education fi , Roy Beck W. H. Beckmeyer Mrs. Alma Biagi Mrs. Imogene Book Frank Chornok Kenneth Copple Miss Margaret Ann Cummings Glenn Dare Edwin Gieselman Charles Gregg Miss Alberta Hamilton Miss Emily Kelley 6 we amzzf, ...N Q I Q . Q f ' c K 0 ' I f A X . f X . X Q Q 91 6 x A l 7 x N S h ,1, Q we 1 is X A -I 1 1 ' , ,..t . t gn. ff? 6 'R 2. RW Qt . M , f i: ' 'aa um., if fi. 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Karen Sue Canterbury Elementary Education Cheerleader 1: Social Committee 1: Student Education Association 2: Yearbook Stott 2. pqaamief Saphammea 'ms rs: ?'r-9-4 'Qu -Jn., M 1 .kk .til ' a Norma Atchison Elementary Education Student Education Association, Vice-President 2: Yearbook staff 2 Student Education Association Program Committee Chairman 2. Mildred Baker Art Education Decoration Committee for Dance 1 Student Education Association. Secretary 2: Library Assistant 2: Yearbook art and Layout staff 2: Advertising Committee Christmas dance 2: Art Exhibit, 1.2. Ronald Ray Brown Pre-Engineering Basketball 1. lerry Roy Clemens Elementary Education Student Education Association 2: Planning Committee. Spring Formal 2. 9 Iames Carl Collins Secondary Education Basketball l,2. Clarence Ellis Vocational Industrial Education Arlyne Fitz-Gerald Elementary Education Student Education Association 2: Refreshment Committee tor Dance 1. Curtis E. Grotofl Ir. Agriculture Basketball l. 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Q 475 xi, ned' Q, , inn...- wvmm ,t,, Liberal Arts and Science Basketball 1,2: Student Council 2: Attendance Committee 1: Yearbook Circulation and Layout Start 2. Ierry Nance Elementary Education Student Council 1.2: Student Education Association. President Z: Decoration Committee, Christmas Dance 1. E N Iohn C. Ohms . Accounting . Student Education Association X EE ,J ig W. l l ,,,n"1'0l,"f' , , :VY-1 Walter Ray Randall ' p . 'xv ' 'rr lv -' , X A Business Education R W ' Student Education Association 2. ' ,B , ,- 'Y 5 522-1, , A L f,- ,1I.Z1's:L3A'3?fQfi5- a t "rf Qi r , 'A zzii ii if if ,fijly ,, , , 'Q.fKf.tvf. F ,fiztfi sz: ' 1':P"F1 -,Arai ' 'abil' - -. ' frq-Cfli' J ' ' fwf r QM!-1' ' ',r if Sapla Lowell Russell , 3 .2 'J P . . , f 'ir re-Engineering ..-, - . -'V-I y 5. 4 Y' l . . 3 4' 1 -I X 0 1' Edgar Ryder V- I A or -W Q -3 sf - . 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ElemenfUYY Eduwtion Yearbook Staft Editorial Layout 2: ,f Hu- Library Assistant 1: Yearbook Stat! Botany Party Committee 2. X N Editorial, Layout, Typist 2: Botany ' Party Committee 2. , 4, V.,,, , r A A ,,,, , , we f f 'i ' ' . . Ada Lorene Taylor 5 B Meredith Willard sy.. W Q Elementary Education VFW' U 3355 Elementary Education Yearbook Staff, Editorial 2. 2 ' Jf,f'Z?- Student Education Association ' 1' --1?5'f.klf',i' . f' V i tii, of Q f gt if' f 9 S' f4ivi'iff.fl1f'fa" g S W -' to V 7 .fggjiifliizffizig , V f ,,' of t ifttmisi 'ma , , ie b 13 'WX ' 1 - 1 10' ' 4 Mary Wood W.. , ' Shirley Woodrome au"--s ,di fb- If-"" ' Elementary Education Yearbook Stafl 2: May Dance Committee 2: Botany Party Committee 2. Pqatwud 3 Elementary Education A Student Education Association 2. N. int' " .- .igfd I xx,lW'?' . , A-' hy ' 'X ...:l1'w-Mk? fi r it M i3 7fze S Gawwfll V, igffff . Snag, wi-1' .sig 51. :X ff.1,mi5.g Q -fexkxz' me 1 f T: was-"-iw! 'fi M. ,Q is r X , 93 wi A f Q4 igxists.. f - N' u,jg'?tf' Student Council Left to Right: Sally Skinner. Ierry Nance, Larry Martin. Billie Ioe Shields. Ierry Frazier. Ieanette Rutherford. lim Burns. and Mrs. Betty Ann Ward Two students. a boy and a girl, are elected from each the sophomore and the freshman classes. and three more students are elected to represent the student body at large. n At regular council meetings, the members discuss and act upon suggestions and criticisms, submitted by the students. Among student council duties are sharing in determining the governmental policies of the school. in planning social and students functions. and in deciding on the distribution oi the iunds collected from student activity fees. Student council members are elected on the basis of character. leadership qualities. and scholarship. 1 1 l I 'u v I 'm x K I W V gaalfunan GZGM 7ele,z!nvne Sluafenii - er M . 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Fifty-one periodicals, two daily newspapers, an extensive vocational file, and a collection of 1089 books are available for use after two years of operation. The library is open each school day from 8:15 I-LM. until 4:00 P.M. and seats 38 people. '-lair mayor' llllllllllil .n 5 Wilma Mary Cheerleaders, left to right. Mary Tinsley, Wilma Tinsley, Sally Skinner. Charlene Sutton Sally '58 566406 Charlene 'F' 1 3 7eam sf WM. 'f4?'l A l riff' ' 2 Qc? gk I 4 Q- ffl , 1 1253 f i i l ll fl in No 2.63 Il, fi Xlyugf I 30lrja1 yl l l l Row 1-Charles McBrian. lim Burns, Sonny Ellis. Ronnie Howard, Gordon Brookman, Billy Shields, Ierry Frazier. l Row Z-Coach Noble Thomas. Larry Kniqht, Larry Martin, Tom Marsh, Iim Collins. Dick Graham. Dick Wagner, Wiley T Hopkins. Coach I. D. Shields. i. 1 l 3 lr F R-its ,W I 'Aff 'Nf.!?u9 .,,'.Lwln' "' r n I. . 1 PAM ' Mi' " .c 1"r nl ff. X I - . 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Every member establishes a professional citizenship he will wish to continue as long as he is a teacher Obiectives of Kappa Gamma are: 1. To provide members with opportunities for developing personal growth and professional competences: for gaining an understanding of the history, ethics, and program of the organized teaching profession: for participating in coopera national. and world levels. 2. To provide experiences which will interest capable students in teaching as a career: encourage the careful selec tion and guidance of persons admitted to teacher-education programs: and, through higher standards of preparation and the dissemination of information, contribute to a reasonable balance in teacher supply and demand 3. To fulfill as nearly as possible the purposes of this organization in its initial year, S.E.1-X. members enioyed the programs made up of speeches, films, and discussions: participated individually in substitute teaching: and took part in recreational meetings. tive work on problems of the profession and the community: for active professional membership on the local, state, ine 14454 wifi Pfyuwukf l I I n V 1 Iudith Bculey Mary Tinsley Scrretia Skinner Carol Hood Phylis McGill 38 44 pq!l601i4f Standing: Betty Orrick, 'Maxine Taaka, Mary Ann Tate, Charlene Sutton. Lucy Baker Seated: Ieanette Lynn Rutherford, Norma Atchison, Mildred Baker www 'seg Editorial Stall: Chairman, Ieanette Rutherford. Members: Lucy Baker, Maxine Taaka. Ada Taylor, Everett Bullock, and Mary Wood Layout Stall: Chairman, Norma Atchison. Members: Karen Canterbury, Betty Orrick, Annette Boyd, Larry Martin, Barbara Page, Mary Wood, Lucy Baker, Darlene Malcolm, Mary Ann Tate, Ada Taylor. Mildred Baker, and Maxine Taalca Advertising Staff: Chairman, Charlene Sutton. Members: Norma Atchison, Sally Skinner, Barbara Page, Betty Orrick. Eldon Ray Haile, Mary Tinsley, Dick Wagner, and Everett Bullock Art Staff: Chairman, Mildred Baker, Members: Minnie Piper Typists: Mary Ann Tate, Shirley Ayres, Minnie Piper, and Carolyn Boster Circulation Stal'l: Chairman, Larry Martin. Members: Ierry Nance Kneeling, Karen Canterbury, Sharon Lomax: Second Row, - Th'd Row, Dorothy Odom, Carole Russell, Karen Iones. xr Charlene Sutton. 40 DOT" 'Uiewfz mm .Emi 'yew 0 Six peppy cheerleaders added much to school loyalty. especially at the basketball games. Sponsored by the cheerleaders earned money lor their lirst uniforms, fblack with white emblems? by do-nut sales in the col- lege lounge. ' ' C unity Thanks girls lor introducing lVlt. Vernon omm College as a college wi ' ' th real team splrlt. 5 x ,man fad! Qea.aZ Glauwi V, ' 774,51 ,, 4 WQQQQ. 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