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

 - Class of 1959

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1 5 P 4' venuon Ml. Wanna eaounauulfq eaffege MZ. Wevman, fllimubi J' '7!zel1'f.Wefmon0 Galley On October 29, 1955, nearly ninety-six per cent of the citi- zens of Ieflerson County who went to the polls voted for the establishment ot a iunior college for Mt. Vemon, Illinois. This is the most overwhelming maiority recorded in iunior college history. Twenty-seven per cent ot the 1956 high school graduating class enrolled in the home college in September. The percentage of Mt. Vernon graduates attending college has doubled since the establishment ot the Mt. Vernon Community College. En- rollment held up well during all semesters. In addition, through night courses, it served adults of the community. The college has full recognition from the State of Illinois and is fully accredited by the University of Illinois. It is also ap- proved for the training of veterans by the Veterans' Admin- istration. lffx' xy J 'X in , ,f f V, '-Ak.. , , In A . .iff h ,W ,-af Vfrrrdrfrrrrrvrrr ! 2 W., Z M10 ga .eu il 12524 , A- 5 Helen Tumer Gilbert N. Wood , President Guy Wood. Ir. Earl Hanes Clarence McCauley D. M. Rutherford Paul Fitch, Treasurer George Heidenreich Eaaaci' of Zcfucaiion l ht' 4 Wyatt? lfpvili gp.-4-'P' Pqamnuzl V A ndnbihajian wk if ' V we x Sf . fi X Q 5 ' ig - ff . ,gf ?'M""fA 4 ,, W, fe " . : . 'Ax HOWARD RAWLINSON Dean ol the College ARTHUR MILWARD Superintendent Mt. Vernon Township High School, Community College flqnamaf EDITH CATES .HOWARD IONES Registrar Director, Adult Education QQ: X Roy Beck Speech W. H. Beckmeyer Music Mrs. Alma Biagi Art Mrs. Imogene Book Librarian Frank Chornak Physical Education Kenneth Copple Geology Miss Margaret Ann Cummings Rhetoric Glenn Dare History Edwin Gieselman Engineering Drawing Charles Gregg Music Miss Alberta Hamilton Physical Education Miss Emily Kelley Language 6 efmrz., W . . - 'Nc ff X i 5 ., X ' Q Kazan 4 gan. .. , ., "MIX , ayfii 'ZW' 'fix 15-" Q 4 rf . -7 ' 2:5 'ul I l l V l 1 El 24 I l I 'kg 1 T y l aww., 7 ' 1 .ff M HC? A W1 X X ,,.,,, , L' 2 fu ,f. X x ,M if ,gf-F A f Qt, g ' K , V . f ff f xi.: , 5 ,Q Y A gs: 4 ff gf B ' 1515 1 M4 M . ff f .J f 2. i mm WZ fwyvx Uga-lv Edward Kownacki Chemistry Will E. Lee Coaching Staff Iames E. Love Biology Miss Barbara Luchsinger Rhetoric W. H. Myers Mathematics William Roy Political Science Arthur Samford History l. D. Shields Coaching Staff Isaac T. Smith Music Bill Thompson Economics. Accounting Charles E. Wagner Business Mrs. Betty Ann Ward Psychology, Guidance 7 fmfw Www-H--aw ! 1' SY - 2: 1 F F '72 Q' ' .ww-f ZR?" IW ' . f , " ff , " ""i-W sfvaafz -gf ,,,,' -1 f 'P' ' A 'M"'C5':ik ' f 'wx 1 f .MSX , FV 'O f w f ,wff , my JJ , , . .- ef - 1 , ' aww, 2 "'yfffZ: Y 1 A Q .3 AZ? Ndmff Aw 1: v a v., 'S I, .um , Q., 1 y 5 32: , 7? , ,153-ff: " 1 K Q "f aim .. . , 'fi ' fi" '1Q522.w ' e. .' Ng' 4 ' ' 1,31 fp. -, Vg ' -,Aix pg-. - ' -Q 1, V Q Archie E. Woodrome Geography Marion F. Yarber Language Iames Yates Business yzanukl S Mary Rosalie Anslinger David Lewis Bacon Iames Edward Bumes Ronald Leo Dare Art Education Liberal Arts Dean's Honor Roll 1.2. Freddie Bob Deichman Physical Education Basketball 1.2. 9 gf, - Q 1, , ' Q, wp. N J 1' ff Q V f., X f , 1 ,,, 1 f . w giffi 115 ' 41 ir Elementary Education Elementary Education Basketball 1.2: Student Council Science Club 2 1.2: Class Officer 2:'Student Education Association 2. -0- f, . - ppu- .. , M rf ma 1:,,f9,4. ,J-1 7 5 .v ih qfezfn-:a:' 3. ,W ,eymey -1 X N ' 'xfbfww f ' ' ' we S 341 . ,Q ...M W A' :W ff Z4 -f -,ff W WWWW nf' if v 'f' I f M224 ' W- f : ft- . sz.. In , 1 V 1 4 ' , . , ' :- ?2zzf21'11ew 2 Y X fjflf X N . .- .1 wkf. ,, .4 1:':-.n1e"i' X f .1 .1 ,V f. :,-MW1-Zgtf. Jiwvggf , Q wZg5"f1. " zu , W, in 1 1. s Ierry Lacey Frazier Business Administration Student Council 1.2: Student Council President 2: Dean's Honor Roll 1.2: Basketball 1.2. Relaxed group. free time: the lounge between classes 1 4 Eldon Ray Haile Business Administration Science Club 2: Yearbook 2 -'ir 4? A . , WZ S Z Lv. xy nf? , Yxvwg Qf,0x?,: S sm? v Iack Glenn Hannon Gary Micheal Henry Nancy lane Hoffmann Ioyce Ann Hogshead Pre-Engineering Pre-Engineering Liberal Arts Elementary Education Basketball 2. Science Club 2. S l m my d a c W M Larry Gene Hyde Robert Ioseph lay Richard Lynn Kamosky Secondary Education Pre-Engineering Secondary Education Social Committee 1.2: Student Education Association 2: Vice President 2: Science Club 2. Michael Iohn McCarthy Secondary Education Dean's Honor Roll 2. Lamprey under surveillance in zooloqy lab. 'Wa ' 5 y r I ff X ' ,P f 4 V r .. X Virda Kathryn McDonald X I 'N Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean's Honor Roll 1.2: Community Chorus 2: Yearbook 2: Science Club 2: Secretary 2. Students follow the strategy- learn cr challenging game. Sofzfaamaaed Thomas Ralph McPherson Frances Darleen Malcolm Marvin Dempsey Malone Liberal Arts Secondary Education Business Administration Community Chorus l,2. Dean's Honor Roll l,2: Dean's Honor Roll 1.2. Yearbook l,2. f . . , wg' 1' 25 4-15, - . 'Y i 5 ar TM A x luck I-SIOY Mendendll Iohn Robert Menke Ronald Lee Miller Bessie Love Moon Business Administration Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Engineering Liberal Arts Tennis Team 1. Science Club 2: Chess Club 2. Science Club 2, li No time tor talk as hungry boys concentrate on food. Betty lean Orrick Business Education Student Education Association 1: Yearbook 1.2: Christmas Dance Committee 2: Bowling Team 2. mb J Iimmy Ray Newcomb Pre-Engineering Barbara lean Page Business Education Yearbook 1.2: Christmas Dance Committee 2: Dean's Honor Roll 1.2. X Charles Thomas Peckenpaugh Elementary Education N Mary I0 Reichlinq Roger Allen Richards Homer Gerald Robertson Leo Aldren Ruemmler EIGNGMUYY Education Elementary Education Elementary Education Business Administration 12 4 an-W""t" ' aggwryl 'flfwimv k Carl De'mar Schrum Claude Gordon Shultes Marshall Francis Simmons Business Administration Liberal Arts Business Science Club 2: President 2: Yearbook Artist 2: Christmas Dance Posterwork 2: Science Club Posterwork 2: Student Council Budget Subcommittee 2. 'Razr Saraetta Elivabeth Skinner Elementary Education Class Officer 1: Student Council 2: Cheerleader 1.2: Queen Candidate for Spring Formal 1. 5 at Mathematics requires a group effort, l Mary Iean Tinsley Wilma Ioyce Tinsley William Arthur Whitlock 1 Secondary Education Elementary Education Business Administration Class Officer 9: Cheerleader 1.2: Cheerleader 1: Social ' Social Committee Chairman 2: Committee 2: Yearbook 1.2. Q Yearbook l: Spring Formal Queen l. 1 I l l l ll tt' l I 1 I3 nl' W . NX af S"?.g jlii 551. M img' X Y A Q S gm, M WV 'win I 3' Ioan Anderson Iudy Ashbrook lim Barrow Guy Beauford Tex Bell Betty Boone Don Braddy Paul Branch Brenda Chaflin Tom Charleton Gary Culli Lynda Easton Ierry Ellis Al Farmer lim Fitzierrells 'is 'Wx if wg f KW' 4 'E wife-W' 3 T 1 ,- gow my M darwin l-v Q ' Q W df!!! " WW f 4 4 N f f, fl M y f , , f , KKK my if , X f R lff x 'I l? 4 Q , ,lb as I f 045 ,vZ,f:z:11,f,:,,f, vvvt- ,... . ,,,,:,1.. - -:. ,Q ef W1 Q- f , Ln, .,v.. ., .,,,,.,...,, , .M .,.,. .-, . 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I. 6 25 N 4 Mary Icme Menke Ianice Mezo Kay Moutrie David Owen Bill Page Mary Parker Shirley Payne Richard Peacock Donna Pilson Kent Piper Karl Powers Brenda Pressgrove Lyndell Prior Kay Pucket Bill Randall A l 5 , 1 t t l ! i F Don Rightnowar Robert Robe:tson Everett Robinson Carolyn Shafer Darrell Smith Zota Smith Diana Springmier Ted Staley Dwight Stewart Gary Sweetin Charlayne Tinney Bernard Tobin lim Toedte Nancy Warner Phil Whittington 'QZMP' KZ' AFUN' . fnf ,. ,r if 7, .,, ' , ' ,M , I , . . , A , .5 ,mr Me. if , M l:5f'473i 4 f' 3 4 .- VL . sg., l 0 , f 12 ,, M, , V . fa. 2'- .Lf ' " f 'lf37', Y ,, , i " ' L3 . "' I ' ' ' ,S ' 's"z3p' '2 U ac' 'z 4 -yy 1 :JY , .yy nk 1 -,f f 0 ' 3331 11.1. 1 -J' f I 'I r 'WI-L. 19 WV' q Quick snack at Bu'tch's 20 Myrna Wilkerson Sharon Williams Carolyn Williamson Floyd Williamson Bill Wilson I. Harlan Wilson Dale Wolfe Alice Worrell Iames Wood N w 4 1 n t I Q I X 5 1 t 5 Y f 1 w Y 5 I , F 3 i I' 1 l A ,, pt ji i it A 1 fbepafd' 9 Students as well as instructors enioy using the attractive and comfortably furnished library for study. serious reading, and research. Much recreational reading material attracts those who wish to relax in the homelike at- mosphere. Sixty regularly received periodicals: three daily newspapers: one weekly newspaper: an extensive voca- tional file: a vertical tile of clippings. pamphlets, and miscellaneous items: and a collection of 1480 books is available to library users. These books are supplemented with materials from the high school and state libraries. The library is open each school day from 8:15 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. lt seats thirty-eight people. Mme .Zi ENGLISH 102 Students hand in analysis oi essays as part oi their second semester work. Included in this course is advanced theme writinq. ENGLISH 101 Techniques of basic composition and grammar are applied during this first semester course. ENGLISH 202 This second semester course is to train students .to read with insight and appreciation from selected classics of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. 2.2 HISTORY 102 History 102 is a history of Western Civilization from 1815 to the present day, emphasizing European nationalism, liberalism, and imperialism. i fl POLITICAL SCIENCE Political Science is a course which treats of the history. procedure, and or- ganization of our government. .23 I 1 63 ll 0 ,ffff if HISTORY 202 History 202 traces the history ol the United States from the close ot the War Between the States until the present time. i I .. - , 1 t I ECONOMICS 102 This course emphasizes man's utiliza- tion of the mcxior resources of the world from cr standpoint oi geographic pat- tems. 834,434 .if rn. ECONOMICS 202 Students and instructor, Bill Thomp- son, read THE WALL STREET IOURNAL as part of their study of the principles of economics. .24 Q ACCOUNTING 202 This intermediate accounting course centers around accounting theory and practice. 25 ACCOUNTING 102 This second semester accounting course presents the more intricate pro- cedures of accounting. using practice sets and problems as practical applica- tion of the material covered. 0144491 MRS. KATHERINE RUTHERFORD. R.N. HYGIENE 101 Modern principles and practices ot personal and community health are cov- ered in this course which is required for all degree candidates. Glauu Mrs. Rutherford administers first aid to a student, Tom McPherson. Health services are available to all students of the school. .26 . E JV ,-.ff ZOOLOGY 102 Students study external anatomy of the dog fish shark. This course is for science maiors. CHEMISTRY 102 Students watch as Edward Kownacki, the instructor, sets up an experiment. The course gives an introduction to or- ganic chemistry. GEOLOGY 102 Students inspect rock samples in con- nection with the course which presents the study of earth and lite. .27 BOTANY 102 Students examine specimen of logs as Iames E. Love, instructor, lectures. This course consists of a study of the mor- phology and physiology of plants. ENGINEERING 102 GZMM4 Students apply the theory of projections to the solution of problems in- volving points, lines, planes, curved surfaces, and solids. S. MATHEMATICS 113 This course covers the study of fundamentals ol analytic and numerical triqonometry Relations between sides and angles ot the right triangle the law of sines cosines and tangents are used in solving practical problems. Glaua BUSINESS EDUCATION 243 The business law course introduces the rules, standards. and principles governing business and business transactions. Subiect matter includes funda- mentals ot contracts and the development ot material pertaining to many special kinds ot contractural relations. BUSINESS EDUCATION 112' Students, working for proficiency in this business skill, do a timed writing as part ot their typing course. Attention is given to the study ot various busi- ness letter forms and business papers. Students should type 60 words per minute by the end of the semester. s AWN? M- my Glam CA--. 1-4:11 PSYCHOLOGY This course provides a general introduction to the psy- chological nature of man. his personality development. and his basic adiustive patterns. '44 w--"M 1 ss ' hi EDUCATION 201 EDUCATION 202 This course presents a study of the problems. trends, This basic undergraduate course in educational psychol history. and development of American public education. ogy deals with principles from such areas as mental hy giene and the psychology oi learning. 30 f.-. 3. 5-MM SPANISH 202 FRENCH 102 Miss Emily Kelly demonstrates the dress of the Spanish- This course contains advanced work ln grammar pro speaking people. This course includes rapid reading. nunciation reading of modern authors composition and review of grammar, composition, and conversation. conversation elaftded t 31 SPEECH 101 This course deals with the preparation and delivery ot short speeches, emphasizing selection and organization ot material, methods ot securing attention and presentation f,.f 2 MUSIC 2 12 As an integral part of the elements of conducting this course, a student. Brenda Chaftin, practices the technique ot holding a baton while instructor, Charles Gregg. ot-ters advice. The course also stresses conducting patterns and the use ot the left hand. Glauea Hi ...f N' 'aff Pwwwf ...- ART 102 As a continuation of Art 102, this course presents the theory and practice in the elements of design. "rx MEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION A course which emphasizes physical activity and consists of baseball, basketball, volley ball. weight lifting. and wrestling. WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION A course designed to train girls in sports that will be beneiicial in later life. It stresses golf, bowling, badmin- ton. volley ball. and trampoline. .W if 40" c 0 , 5 , o 1 S Q Q. Q, A Lag Q E 1 fm, :"sf:'Q, 1 1 -1 an 1 lf...-.K.. Szfdwdlllz 'L' ' fduwzaizw From left: Nancy Warner, Tex Bell, Ronald Harper, Larry Hyde, Donna Manis, Mrs. Imogene Book, sponsor, Mrs. Zota Smith, Kay Moutrie. Carolyn Fore, Dick Karnosky. and Mr. Howard Rawlinson. Kappa Gamma received its charter in March, 1958, after certifying that the college met the requirements of being accredited and approved by the regional association and the state department of education. This organization gives students in preparation for teaching an opportunity to take active part in the local state and national educational associations with which they will be associating during their professional careers. The chapter is, in effect. a local student association. Every member establishes a professional citizenship he will wish to continue as long as he is a teacher. Objectives 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 cooperative work on problems of the profession and the community: for active professional membership on the local, state, national, and world levels. 2. To provide experiences which will interest capable students in teaching as a career: encourage the careful selection and guidance of persons admitted to teacher-education programs: and, through higher standards of preparation and the dis- semination of information, contribute to a reasonable balance in teacher supply and demand. Fourteen students enioyed Kappa Gamma programs for 1958-1959. Activities included discussion groups, speeches, substi- tute teaching and observation, taking part in spring conference. and recreational meetings. Members included: Shirley Ayers, Tex Bell, second vice-president. Iames Burnes, Carolyn Fore, Ronald Harper, recorder, Larry Hyde, vice president, Dick Karnosky. president, Donna Manis, Kay Moutrie. secretary-treasurer, Zota Smith. Clarence Taylor. Mary Tinsley, Nancy Warner. and the sponsor for the year Mrs. Imogene Book, college librarian. ffyzamal 1 STUDENT COUNCIL From left: Mary Tinsley, lim Burnes, Kent Piper, Iimmy Glover, Sally Skinner, Mary Kiefer. and Ierry Frazier. K in A i 91, is STUDENT COUNCIL Two students. a boy and a girl. are elected from the sophomore and the freshman class. and three more students are elected to represent the student body at large. 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 gov- ernmental policies of the school, in planning social and student functions. and in deciding on the distribution oi the funds collected from student activity fees. Members of the Student Council have an informal session with their sponsor, Mrs. Betty Ann Ward. y Pywvukl Stott members and printers discuss the new Pyramid cover at the print shop. From left: Mr. Glee Wood, owner L. S. ,H Wood Printing Co., Barbara Page, Gor- don Schultes, Darleen Malcolm. C. D. Wright, printing company artist, and Shirley Payne. PYRAMID STAFF EDITORIAL AND LAYOUT STAFF: Editor, Darleen Malcolm. Members: Carolyn Fore, lean Hutchison, Lynn Graham. Virda McDonald, Donna Manis, Betty Orrick, Shirley Payne, Barbara Page, and Gordon Schultes. ADVERTISING AND CIRCULATION STAFF: Business Managers, Betty Orrick and Barbara Page. Members: Ioan Anderson, Tex Bell, lim Burnes, Carolyn Fore, Iimmy Glover, Pat Hickey, Doris Hongsermeier, Ronald Iones, Teresa Karch. Donna Manis, Mary lane Menke, Mrs. Mary Lou Parker. Lyndell Prior, Myrna Wilkerson. and Carolyn Williamson. ARTIST: Gordon Shultes SPONSOR: Miss Barbara Luchsinqer From Lett: Shirley Payne, Teresa Karsh. Gordon Shultes. Darleen Malcolm. Betty Orrick, Barbara Page. Carolyn Williamson, Donna Manis, Tex Bell. and Beverly Lisenby. i SQCZZPLCG glad This newly-organized club, sponsored by Iames E. Love, features lectures, discussions. movies, and iield trips. ZOOLOGY BANQUET tip" 'Q' 10" 1 5 . 13 ., fs' ,J ,. . ,Q-5"'v?. M . .. .1 r 'A 1 1 X s ,311.w ,if1f pl, QQJQQJ Q It :I R 'TM r z ' , 5 i ,r t , t - .4 we-V1 ,. tiki armani MENU SPEC-IAIQTIES Whale meat in gravy Smoked octopus in oil Barbecued snake meat Baby bees in soya sauce Chocolate covered qrasshoppers Fried butterflies -14" COMMUNITY CHORUS COMMUNITY CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA The Mt. Vernon Community Chorus and Orchestra is open to both students and faculty of the iunior college. In these organizations the community and the college achieve a closer relationship through participation in the activities of the chorus and orchestra. COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA Dynamic! ,W-ffl' -f f' :,,,-4 - W e .c -.,-rf 2 4+-V: Gimufmu lance ff K . ' l K.. 1 3 4 1 if fl '1 'li 'J' '58 .Queen 'QW w -,A ,f ? Miss Mary Tinsley Paywmd l l 'iz if 'll al 'Hg' x u v 1, ': 'V n 7 V 'R V s" kf'S. 'ky t. 51 5' A 'Vin 9- , NXT " , at ff? K- ,W 4 Z rr? The 1958 court gathered around the throne of the Queen. Gancficfalleft fem '59 qaamal From left: Barbara Page, Mary Kiefer. Sally Skinner. Betty Orrick, and Carol Shafer. Q 0 41 W . 15 ? """'T X". me 'lun' t J V Nl-' 1- 25 if Standing from left: Iim Newcomb, Eugene Harris, Don Rightnowar, Fred Deichman. Al Farmer. Bob Glenn: Manager, Bob Gilbert: Coach. Will Lee. Kneeling from left: Larry Knight, Gary Henry. Ierry Frazier, lim Irwin, lim Burnes, Coach I. D. Shields. BASKETBALL SCORES Mt. Vernon 63 Centralia Ir. College 78 Mt. Vernon 73 McKendree Ir. Varsity 77 Mt. Vernon 56 Bradley University Freshmen 97 Mt. Vernon 64 Belleville Ir. College 63 Mt. Vernon 69 Lincoln Ir. College SU Mt. Vernon 71 Scott Air Force Base 76 Mt. Vernon 79 Lincoln lr. College 96 Mt. Vernon 72 SIU Ir. Varsity 74 Mt. Vernon 68 Springfield Ir. College 79 Mt. Vernon 83 Belleville Ir. College 69 Mt. Vernon 68 Paducah Ir. College 81 Mt. Vernon 76 SIU Ir. Varsity 81 Mt. Vernon 82 Centralia lr. College 88 Mt. Vernon 87 McKendree Ir. Varsity 97 Mt. Vernon 65 McMurray College 109 Mt. Vernon 72 Paducah Ir. College 69 Mt. Vernon 105 Springfield Ir. College 97 OLNEY IAYCEE TOURNAMENT CENTRALIA INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT Mt. Vernon 63 Centralia Ir. College 68 Mt. Vernon 94 Lincoln Ir. College Mt. Vernon B5 Centralia Ir. College I 1 I at f MQW Y L . I' rf ao qi" Ok., ' . M 1. Qi A-nsamn., , Wise wr., M.-ff. ...V 6 Mary -n':..ea- Ioan 1 H Mary Doris From left: Doris Hongsermeier, Mary Tinsley. Ioan Anderson. Mary Kiefer. and Sally Skinner. Sally ennid TENNIS TEAM From lefl: Mr. Lee, lack Mendenhall. Tom Charleton, lack Harmon. Ierry Frazier, and Iim Barrow. wgeezul .ww . , l N, wg 1 ,, R H - r fvf' ' ' .Z 1 K . 2 if if S f f1y'ffmm-"1 o A : llfn E . - ,. " Q J in 4 ' i . , 4 f f' 'W f J A Q W 2 3 -v-"' :. A i if . .Vw , L A A wi 'sf ' fir- fa' sq BRIDGE CLUB The club. sponsored by Mrs. Betty Ann Ward. was organized this year lor students who enioy playing bridqe or for those who wish to leam to play. 45 v L mf mmf wr-' A A . Y "' W-x.. .ifiifi 22 Z -, ,fm M. QV . W if if f ??fZ'f R 'Q 3 5-ai in aw Al1en's A-G Grocery Spanmu Belle Rive, Illinois 803-X Bayer Body and Paint Shop 817 Harrison 1500 Bayer Motor Company 211 North 10th Street 5100 Belle Rive Furniture Store Belle Rive, Illinois 33 E. Blankenship 6. Company 801 Broadway 5040 Brehm-Hanna Chevrolet Company 1318 Salem Road 3120 Butch's 331 South 7th Street 3579 Campus Cate 516 Iordan 2553-W Endicott Fumiture Woodlawn, Illinois 2397 Esmon 6. Wood Wayne City, Illinois 2281 Fashion Shop 102 North 9th Street 804 Fields, Clifford R. Route 7 195 First National Bank 101 South 10th Street 268 First National Bank Wayne City, Illinois 2531 Ford National Auto, Inc. 801 Casey 720 Fore, Mr. 6. Mrs. Cliltord 1917 Ieflerson 2211 Gatewood, I. G. 701 North 12th Street 4399 Glady's Flower Shop 809 Iordan 167 Glassman's Department Store 104 South 9th Street 612 Green Gates Farm Route 4 4575, 3835-I1 Hamson's Feed Store Belle Rive, Illinois 14 Hawkins O1-tice Supply 906 Main 369 Hi-Fashion Sportswear Co., Inc. Fa irtield Road 4393 Hinman 6. Ward Insurance Agency 426 Rogers Building 3224 Holloway Heating 6. Electric Company 1001 Shawnee 5481 Hunt's Restaurant 120 North 9th Street 5025 M. E. Iackson Iewelry 913 Broadway 1485 lax Coal 6. Material Company ' 18111 St. 6 Waterworks Rd. 500 Ieflerson Memorial Hospital tMrs. Etha Stover, Administratorl 909 Shawnee 3400, 3401, 3402 Iefferson Memorial Hospital Laboratory tKenneth Iones, Medical Technicianl 909 Shawnee 3400, 3401, 3402 Iefterson Memorial Hospital Pharmacy 909 Shawnee 209 Iohnson The Florist 2020 Broadway 420 King City Federal Savings 6. Loan Assoc. 117 North 10th Street 5200 Laird's Ieweler 1007 Broadway 1849 Lea's Beauty Shop Waltonville Road 3911 W-1 Mammoth Department Store 901-903 Broadway 115 Mi1ler's Drive Inn Wayne City, Illinois 3481 Mom's Cafe 223 South 10th Street 1272 Montgomery Ward 10th and Broadway 517 Motel Mt. Vernon 800 East Main 3551 Mt. Vernon Lumber Company 318-324 South 9th Street 28 Mt. Vemon Register News 112 North 9th Street 6311 Myers Funeral Service 122 North 10th Street 604 Parker's Auto Laundry 1715 North Street 1633 Remnant House 115 North 10th Street 5554 Richardson's Lumber and Hardware Belle Rive 6. Dahlgren 2020, 4811 Ross Drugs 1001 Broadway 549 Roth Dairy Company 820 Harrison 1277 Sears, Roebuck and Company lll North 10th Street 3000 Security Bank 119 North 9th Street 4000 Scott's Shell Service 10th and Iordan 603 Starr Brothers Creamery Company 1129 Broadway 202 Webb's Book Store 908 Main 1056 D. H. Wise Clothing Company 100 South 9th Street 150 Wood Loan Company 918V2 Main Street 922 Wood Mobil Station Wayne City, Illinois 8941 .Y pqv".'IFn s I A X A , v p ik," 1 I I "w Thlf'l' , 1' ya- ' I gf . n A fr? . "f an . .. " . 'M' ' 5 ...axe Q up 4 -4 ,E pw 'JW , A .A V- r-1" . 'fa A" v ' 1 L. n 9 I . . . m 'n ' fs gd' Lg' 1' g - T. .0 I f Y ,Am .0 - .01 'ii ' . cb fl . ,Ar 'ff-1 WI.. 1. QP' J, , 5 4 ..- ' J 347' Nj. fry: K ., .' 'n 'I r v 7 A 1 A n 0 ' . . 5 .1 , .- . s4.N , gif J,A b p 1 J? tis'-, I' J 'X A Mtg 1 I 1 Its,-. I I 1 U x!",L1 . swf fha s gf 6 n, . A lfi I.: I lx UI fy ,,lu .1 ? I' in f: nA ' .J I 1 B' R, ' . V .7 , ' s 'sig , an . f. Q. 3- 15 C , 1 m 'xg '- .' 'X xv , is lr-F " q 'yi' QI, Q- Q. ,r jv. , t A-gjkt. 'why' 1 n- ' ' -1 '4'?jS s "5 3 '5 31, 139 n s 5 A P k x k 0' 's , . .. 1.1 A f ' ' 4 1 e . hm. x.!hYlf1 N,v

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