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

 - Class of 1961

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1 ' i Q :sur R u 'Oh J l ' 'N 007 MOUNT VERNON COMMUNITY COLLEGE Mount Vernon, Illinois STAFF Ron Wilson, Peggy Simmons, Jean Ann Beal, Mary Ann Stewart, Phyllis Ishmael, Dorina Briscoe, Nancy Richards, Roland Webb, Richard Clark, Diane Mays, Bea McPherson, Betty Basham, Danielle DeWitt, Myron Kownacki, Editor Asst. Ed. Asst. Ed. Copy Ed. Copy Ed. Advertising Classes Academic Sports Activities Activities Typist Artist Photographer l X y 1 + 4.4tfifr??f The leading edge of civilization has always rested with those coun- tries in which education has been most highly prized. From the Ameri- c an dream has come a vision of an entire citizenry, each member of which has been enabled to develop his abilities to the greatest extent compatible with his interests and willingness to labor. With the establishment of the Mt. Vernon Community College in 1956, educational opportunities in the Mt. Vernon area have been tremend- ously expanded as is evidenced by the fact that the percentage of Mt. Vernon Township High School graduates attending college has doubled since 1956. Opportunity for acollege education means more than an opportunity to prepare for a more remunerative occupation It means a chance to touch minds with the great men of the past and from them to gain in spiration It means the opportunity for each student to catch a glimpse of the whole pattern of the universe and to try to find a place for him self within that pattern The task remaining to the student is to demonstrate the fruits of the American d r e am through full development of his capability to profit from the le gac y of the past, through organized progress toward his own maturity and through his efforts to help build a better community -D l elif J' their ww-l I if, --, Combining the t e a c hing s of history dating back to the days of the Egyptian with the new twentieth century approaches to living, Mtg Vernon Community College, even though only five years old, is merging the new with the old. With the establishment of the college came the yearbook, which adopted the name of Pyramid in honor of the Egyptian pyramids centuries ago. The Pyramid captures the spirit of both the,Egypt of old and the Southern Illinois region, which for more than 100 years has been known as "Little Egypt," anickname which camebfrom this area, as it supplied Northern and Central Illinois with much-needed grain during crop failures in the early 1800's. It seems only appropriate that Mt. Vernon, as the largest city of "Little Egypt," continues to carry on the area's tradition. 3 -xv :-.-n-- 1--L 4'r'4 1- L ,. ARTHUR MILWARD r Superintendent of Mt. Vernon Community College ' Aciinisiraiion 3 V. w 0 I MRS. BETTY ANN WARD Guidance Director 4 1 i ....-:I-WT.,-V J- - -"Wt - er ,- . r1lP-l 1 X --f. . r '. .. - . A Ai, ...Ae f fl-A 4, . ' uw' ' f w r x 4 l , I i w i K . :Q .Kg ,gs 1 1 x i,-N: , s 1 f.. , 1' A 5 -'. 5 1 as fp. .a ,, A fx, , 1, Y A . an 14 aa' hr, 5' ,a an 4-,' '45 .1 Y , . 3.1 4 K. 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B.S.U. 2 Bowling Team 2 Basketball 1, 2 42 f 'WW K Barbara Brien Liberal Arts Science Club 1 S.E.A. 2 Pyramid Staff 1 Sopho more Student Council members were Roland Webb, left, social chairmang Don Reed, pres- identg Janet Gowler, secretaryg Laura Jones, publicityg and Ronald Wilson, vice-president. f ffg,.5a'axisgj5: 1 RM . . it if fo, ,Tw-f' I ' 5. 'T ,st 1 -rms, K ', - f-ivn.f,:, ' sf' Loren Bumpus Liberal Arts M-A. Tom Cox Ronald Crabtree Rick Cravens Accounting Accounting Education B.S.U. 2 Basketball 1 S.E.A. 1, 2 Tennis 1, 2 IO Q.- 259 Kirby Dixon Forrest Ellingsworth Civil Eng. Electrical Eng. Dean's List 1 B.S.U. 2 Science Club 1 nl. 5 .w'Q.f',. ,flux-1, ,. .5 2 'WNW-., X . f -' T. . WW" .. i f - MN 1 t f ' . g ', 5 A f 250 f 1 pw 1 ' f I f, wr 4' if 29 , ,f .f f ,J ' ' - lj: . 1 Winston Fullerton Liberal.Arts Bowling Team 1, 2 Intramural Basketball ,f - , Q M V' ,Fw , ff' ' ' ,.",, .v V, f GG' W, 24 1 21, 5 ' i ,,,,, ,, .7 Qi ' r ' ,!?,,"ff" f 1 ,Wm -Wfvi' I 'L 0 Qi ' f 1 fwfd . 6" Janet Gowler Education S. Council 2 S.E.A. 2 B.S.U. 1, 2 l W. Brent Gregory Carolyn Henry Wally Higgins Mining Eng. Elementary Ed. Accounting Orchestra 1, 2 Bowling Team 1 Tennis 1 Science 1 Yoimg Dem. Club Science Club 1 Tennis 1 'Wx Laura Jones Liberal Arts S. Council 2 S.E.A. 1, 2 B.S.U. 2 M, I . Linda Jenkins Business Chorus 1, 2 B.S.U. 1, 2 fofficer 1, 21 l fr iii R., Nw , NME. L Teresa Karch Donald Kelly Roger Marvel Business Education Liberal Arts S.E.A. 1 , 2 PAQ " Diane Mays Pol. Science S.E.A. Sec. 2 Pyramid Staff 2 Bridge Club 1, 2 sw I!! fxmf fa .I , , . w . f Y fl' 5 1 QM, f 'X if I 2 A f , M K L is 2 tru' 7' I , Q A 4M ,fff f z 19 K Jim H. Moore Engineering Basketball 1, 2 Bowling Donna Moutrie Liberal Arts S.E.A. Pres. 2 Science Club 1 Spring Formal Attendant 1 fN 4 Dicy Mullins Elementary Ed. S.E.A. 1, 2 fOfficer ll Convention 2 4 Ma -Q -awwgi LX ,, ,. ,ff . l f Al l Bobby Jo Morgan Business Basketball 1 Chess Tourney W-We , I " N .fl . , ' ..,. " Z L X J 'z izf.f . Jack Outland Business . . ',--: f ' VV It V' -IVR. A '--- " ""i" ' I gg was .5 ' .,. Arlene Morris Education S.E.A. Treas. 1 President 2 O. H. Guide 2 524. M' Richard Parr Chemical Eng. Tennis 1 .Q Mollie Payne Leslie Porter Bill Price Wayne Quimi Liberal Art Pre-Eng. Pre-Engineering Liberal Arts Library Asst. S.E.A. 2 Bridge Club Science Club 1 12 J 5 Mime E Donald Reed Business Adm S Council 1 2 CPres1dent 21 The Warrior 1 A071111 cam K 'S Jack Sweetm Pre Eng 'Ur Kfil' Ellen Reed Elementary Ed B S U 2 Bridge Club 1 2 S E A 2 -3' Naom1 Tate Elementary Ed S E A 2 Dir of O H 2 Bowling 2 WN Larry Stewart Mathematics Basketballl 2 -W5 gl am QQ' W! 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Gieselman Engineering Drawing, a three-hour course, deals with drawing problems with emphasis Mathematics 211, 3 fi.Ve'1f0U1' COUFSQ, f30Ve1fS on theory rather than skill with instruments. the Study Of the aPP11C2lt10I1 Of derlvahves 111 solving practical problems and the study of elementary integration. WM' Art 100 Instructor: Alma Biagi H H919 n e Art 100, a two-hour course, deals with the Instructor: Eugene Estes theory and practice in the elements of design combinedwith experiments in various media. The modern principles and practices of per- ,V sonal and community health are emphasized in Hygiene 101, a two-hour course. 1 1 3 11' Q i I 'Q la IV' ,DA EFI ,Y ix' if in 5 -...fs Y 3" P .,, . , , Qin Afil' , 1 Af Q K .gt fi . W Chemistry 111 Instructor: Edward Kownacki Chemistry 1 1 1 , a five-hour course, covers the study of inor- ganic substances and the labora- tory study of their reactions. Zoology 101 Instructor: Eugene Estes Zoology 101, a five-hour course emphasizes the study of the anat: omy and physiology of all animals. Particular stress is placed on in- sects. Physics 101 Instructor: Robert Schultz The physical laws of science and the mathematical solution of problems dealing with these laws are stressed in Physics lOl., 5n9lisH 101 Instructors Margaret Cummings and Bill Hollada English 101, a three-hour course, helps students to improve their abilities 1n the basic techniques of writing Speech 101 Instructor: Marguerite Beninati A three-hour course, Speech 101 emphasizes the preparation and presentation of short speeches. Spanish 101 Instructor: Emily,,Kelley Spanish 101, a four-hour course, stresses the vocabulary, grain- mar, and conversational patterns of the Spanish language. 1 li? E 'b "'t5'fz'7SwW.4fW., geography 101 Instructor: Kenneth Copple G e o g r aphy 101, a three-hour course, is a study of the surface features, resources, and develop- ment of the various regions of the world. CDV-get History 201 Instructor: Arthur Samford A three-hour course, History 201 covers the history of the United States from its early colonization through the period immediately following the Civil War. 2 "i' 2 'TW PsycHohuQ1lOO Instructor: Betty Ann Ward P sychology 100, a four-hour course, is a general introduction to the psychological natur e of man, h i s personality develop- ment, and his b a sic adjustive patterns. Sducabon 201 Instructor: Betty Ann Ward A three-hour' course, Education 201 is a study of contemporary American public education and its basic problems, trends, and tech- niques . 1 4' W E 7' Q 711 ! ifii Sconomics 101 Instructor: William Thompson Athree-hour c our s e , Eco- nomics 101, c ov e r s the main events in the economic develop- ment of the United States fr om 1790 to the present day. Accounting 101 Instructor: William Thompson Accounting 101, a three-hour course, deals with the basic ele- ments of accounting, in c lu d in g current business th e o r i e s and practices. Q . ? Business Scfucation 100 Instructor: William Thompson Business E du cation 100, a three-hour course, surveys the elementary rules, standards, and principles in the field of business . s nr- A K ri lv 1 1 1 f iv ,. I D H I ' .4 :Ye : ,u -v fs .s 1 , ,Q4 yu. A 1 x x W . 4 I , 3.2 'H 1 'L fr 4 51142 a I F' .a 11 -41. 7. ' . v 712 . 6 K '. -5 9 Lv z x ' e . Date Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan an an Jan Jan Jan 'kJ an. 'KJ an. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Coaches Will Lee left andJ D Shields 1960 61 Results Opponent McKendree Murray State Belleville Lincoln Paducah SIU of Alton Greenville Springfield Sanford-Brown Centralia Paducah Belleville . . Centralia . . SIU of Alton . McKendree . Greenville . . Centralia . . Belleville . . Springfield. . Lincoln . . . "Centralia Tournament 12nd Placel Season Record: W-6, L-14 Community College The Mount Vernon Community College Warriors put on the court this year a team with both fine shooting and good bench strength. The team was built around two lettermen, Larry Stewart and Robert Demiis, and three freshmen, Lee Yearwood, Larry Burkett, and Tommy Carlton. The lacking ingredient this year was height, but the team more than made up for it in spirit and fight Robert Dennis leaps high to capture the opening tip-off of the 1960-61 season against McKendree College. 32 i 4 1 ,H f " I 4 ,3 . H . w . f 73,5-57, , S 4 ig img arrlors ig-ti - fry- 'J fy, '- 7 ,X xi, 7 Q q ,n 0 X Ciba 'Qs R 3490 lx X Ag - . E I np ,R Q Throughout the year, the games were B fag 4 highlightedby fine defense and able shooting A Lg, fx by the Warrior basketeers, and there was no- ' l 40" NX X thing lacking in the thrills department either. I Q The excitedfans, the cheerleaders,the D I' X Q warriorettes, and the Warrior all added to N' I' the color of the games. ' 1' 1960-61 Basgethall Squad M .A 4 .f 5 31 NY l f 1 s it 1 V,.Qw!!EagiQ14X jan lk? 23 Seated-Larry Grothoff, left, Donnie Dorris, Don Bourland, Lee Yearwood, Larry Burkett, Kenny Dillingham, and Jack Sweetin. Standing-Coach Will Lee, left, Larry Stewart, Tom Carlton, Gary Boh- len, Robert Dennis, Roger Loss, J . O. Hale, Jim Moore, and Coach J. D. Shields., 33 F .. Ai- s. 4 !'4 I 5.1m 1:3 'Sn - f::""2y"""""""" Larry Stewartleaps high to sink a basket Stewart pops a jump shot against McKendree. against Lincoln. Ai Close Scores And gas! Action P35 1' r 21 As .3 .'6V,', ! ! I 5 54' ff Maki 1 J .f 1 Q , . - View " W A ,., t o ,, 4' 9 V V 1' " -. J f ., Q I 14" W.,--W ,, ,MMD ,ef Lee Yearwood does ballet on one foot and scores two points. Larry Burkett stretches and makes a bas- HigH1igHf 1960-61 Season i 'Tv-, ww.. ww... ket against Lincoln. new :I ', t so ' ' rm ., 4 X I QW ,t M- if , o K: , V if 3 3.5- V1 1 in dg, .4' .t v of rf 1 In H 1. , 1 :iff ,-7' I 3 .- .419 If 21. V4 N1 . HF '4 ,, Qlffi lini' Un! ,-. A. , . 1 , H. ,Ji D' 1 , M 3' a fri s". wg" 1 x me ,U Vu 0 ? . I ' M Il M5 or 13 nm it-' T it X iw A- 1655 P 44 t nge.. Aft r, " M. JT? V n it "v ,M Y T50-F'5ff JL's34i1'1 I-1, wyww'g. wiwsms , S432 o Fmnmi Qntramurals Above Billy Booktriesajump shot in an intramural Below chess and checkers are the center of attrac- ball game, other players on the court are Dick Kae- tion as Larry Stewart and Jack Sweetin play chess, and lin, Dennis Best, Ron Wilson, Mike Karl, andBob Con- LHITY GI'0th0ff OPPOSBS Marlin Greer- DSP. nl' Ann, Laffy 1 ' v fl' ' B B 'ff w .r" J 'l I X ,v. x 1 X W 1.4 ' L . K v u 0 '- as , H, 55221. , . if H 5 I-sf .73 Hx: 1,- L Dir' ,,5:'n: xi! M-. ,g at 1 L' E ...NM , .KH . f I 44 arg 1 f .- g f"4i . ,: , 5 .F 1 1 'Q J 4 ' 1 y 4. ' 474 ' ', mf Q11 ,v QC A : FW v A-it +. su' T'-2, ,- -45, J 2 PM r fi 1 iii gifasi Wi ,Hifi . Q lil wif L. 'f if fa F. g 1 ti: 14 . fig .5 in 4-'fs I A ,' Vu -. Q x 'ft C5 14. '. 16,1 ,ef Md 1 . If sp QW: f 1 ' - 4 ra f .-s -- pi ' ' 72. X ll ,3 .1 ,. :Q 5,- gg, if , lk 1 'yi ,5 -ks J. 'ri , .z 1 L S ,i,.. 3544 J. .1 I . ,v . 2 1 "'a ,E ,,-A Q U The college cheerleaders, sponsored by Dinah Tanner, are Nancy Richards, standing leftg Bob Connerg Don Reed, WarriorgRoland Webbg Bonnie Gregoryg Tommy Bellamy, kneeling. Cheerleaders irls' Basheihall Zeam Sue Williams fleftj catches the rebound and sparks her team on to victory. The Girls' Basketball Team flower rightjwas organized November, 1960 and is sponsored by Becky Petitt. The group plays other college teams and the high school team. A , ' x , l 1 1 l T . N Q l 'W' 4 ,a , 38 'Q , . feisure Moments ff Don Reed Cupper leftj participates in a lyceum, while Bob Conner Cupper rightj "samples" a mix- ture in the chemistry lab. Ed Ohms fpictured be- lowb shows his winning hand at a party in the Girls' Gym. r 5 -4 4-, 5 r 1 K ! ,i gl , 1 u K t E ,r Xi ,N .53 N ,tg 5 . is I, I a o' 'lx 1 A mi 7 . w 5. 1 W I I I ' 0 , - , 1 I K X x Q , x P li t 1 sf' kv 'I 5 5 kt U N 5 . 1 W - ai ghgfuz- 9: -I 1 ' 7 K I r I in-uv I Community Chorus The Mount Vernon Community College Chorus and Orchestrais open to both students of the college and to interested members of the community. Through par- ticipation in activities of chorus and orchestra, the com- munity and college achieve a closer relationship. Community Qrchestra 4O 3 N. aifwx Members of the Community College Chorus blend their voices to present an enjoyable Sunday afternoon concert with W. H. Beckmeyer directing. girsf Semester Concert Tal Smith fpictured belowj conducts the orchestra as it presents its portion of the combined College Chorus and Orchestra First Semester Concert in December. 41 .A--nu-new-,fsau-..-4-q.,.-a.. ,.ui.a' '-1 . . 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Debate my-, '1' ge " , '- - zz . ,WW '53 B1l1Ho11ada, Adwser R011 W11S0n Edlfor 1961 Pyramlct Sta Members of the Pyram1d staff are fs1tt1ngJ Ron WIISOH, ed1tor, Betty Basham, typ1st Peggy S1mmons, ass1stant ed1tor fstandmgj Myron Kownaclu, photographer, B111 Hollada, advlser, Bea McPherson, ass1stant act1v1t1es ed1tor, Roland Webb, department ed1tor, R1chard Clark sports ed1tor, Mary Stewart, copy wr1ter, Dan1elle De W1tt, art1st, Nancy R1chards, class ed1tor, Dor1na Br1s coe, bus1ness manager, W11ma Matthews, advert1s1ng sale sman, and D1ane Mays, act1v1t1es ed1tor Not pres ent for the p1cture were Jean Beal, ass1stant ed1tor and Ed Ohms, photographer W 43 Open House The first annual Open House of the Mt. V e r n on Community College was sponsored by the Student Education Association. ' ' H . 1-V ZW! VYVV 77, A YW Kappa amma Chapter 1 'i'b :vw-CVE 414-41 'f"', , Qiiinois Student Education i Association Officers of the S.E.A. for the 1960-61 year are: Arlene Morris, first vice-presidentg Roland Webb, reporterg Diane Mays, secretaryg Jean M outrie , president. Not pictured are: Kaye Hogue, second vice-presidentg Laura Jones, treasurer' Richard Clark, publicity chairman The Kappa Gamma chapter of the Student Education Association is sponsored by Mrs Imogene Book andhas a membership of 43 The S E A has sponsored many worthwhile activities of the college may Q J ik um, Y ff L, . he Ju? y, I if I v ,Ki We i,. . 'P f,. pa I I I I Vx A , -4 , . fr-" I 1 1. X ag Y. 3 , 1, , Q.-fd' Q ' 5 , W , .. a J 1,17 , W- ? tl i - , I' 'IV fl .U 4, ' if fi l ' i Q V 1 9' X' f' 1 ,ilk I ,A Q, i ,gl , if ,a ir' A 2-an yu , 13 , 7,71 ' YI A I F 'il i i 5. Y L. .1 ' 1 xl , I X- 5 . 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VERNON FOX THEATERS Granada CH 2-2175 Stadium CH 4-0300 THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 1010 Main CH 2-0375 WAYNE S MARATHON 2201 Broadway CH 2 1193 WELBORN and CARR INSURANCE 1111 Broadway CH 2 1190 Our Ohangs We the 1961 Pyram1d staff w1sh to thank everyone who co operatd 1n the product1on of the 1961 Pyram1d Our spec1al thanks go to the faculty, the sponsors and advert1sers, and photographers Mr Cl1ff Karch and Mr Lloyd R DeW1tt 7fLe pqfzamccf Sfaf Qdmarm . . 1 . 9 7 ' . . . . . ., FINIST QUALITY IN I x I' ' L, f. 1 K w Ig ' v . lg 1 'i 43 -, , . 'fx W , Q ,Q lu 1 4. Q5 'f 13 lx F r i 1 ' '., Vs i- 1 W xl iw. 1 A, ri .' M k gt ? : B-L s i 4 Y gf 523 1? r 5 it I lg' A 4' , ., ei l l I X L- Cf G4 . V' , V. 5 3 J: Hi . H, f V 1 -f E V V X O QQ n ann X a O 1 1 l Q '-ee.. ages w w 9 " O I 1 n ,.. 1. 4' 0 u K j-aa , .4 ' . 1 H m '. af' 0 - "L -- 5,12 ' 1 . .. -- I 1 W U4 n .- . . 1 WI. Q. ,,g,'i:4,N, A '. an 'fr ,J .u, 4 x 3-' 4 P X ' . 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