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

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Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page .Q 1 xyf hy. Q 2:54, ,M Activities We heard that fiddling sound at our hoe down And to that sound, everybody sang and every body "swang. " the Queen and her Court Dorina Briscoe Janet Gowler 3 Laura Jones Brenda Lappin Peggy Simmons 8 Z if J 15?- 4""'N C9 Mil 1, K X w I., B w 6 - .E The 1961 Christmas Dance brought out several dozen couples for the special event. The Night and - f ,aims I-JW:i ., . , Stl1dGI1tSt8li9 time Out f1'Om dalieing to en' The traditional Christmas tree is a high JOY refreshments- light of the annual Christmas Dance. I I T 1 l Men's Quartet Members are Bob Barbieri, left, Bill Carroll, Chuck Render, and Richard Clark. the Music Dance Band Members left, are Ted Mitchell, Richard Clark, Richard Eddings, Don Bourland, and Don Schmidt. Peggy Simmons PYRAMID co- Editor The 1962 yearbook staff makes Carolyn Nichols, seated left, Jean Ann son, and Carolyn Henry. Not pictured Briscoe, Mrs. Mary Moore, and adviser The 1962 Dorina Briscoe Danielle DeWitt Business Manager Academic Editor 1 0 h -. , . mv.. mmwmi. ,u.,,i...xsl .,, , x 'Wfs:f? '7 We wt., ,W .X - ' --fm,.,o,. Jean Ann Beal PYRAMID co-Editor initial plans for the Pyramid. Working on the book are Beal, Marjorie Foreman, Sam Thompson, Bee McPher- are staff members Peggy Simmons, Richard Clark, Dorina Bill Hollada. P ramid Staff Richard Clark Carolyn Nichols Sports Editor Activities Editor D' 'wif W f ,. rg! 4 9 s Tal Smith Director, Mt. Verno Community O ch stra Through the year many hours are filled Chorus and I with song and music by the Community Orchestra W. H. Beckmeyer, D1 Vernon 0mmunityC ctive Scientists O00-100 '9 h SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS president, Sidney Milliner, program chairmang Mr. Estes, Adviser, Dean Dixon, vice-president, and Linda Mays, Cseatedj secretary-treasurer. are: Myron Kownacki, fleftj MEMBERS OF THE SCIENCE CLUB include Phyllis Payne, FRONT ROW left, Karen Colvin, Mrs. Virginia Lee, Danielle DeWitt, Linda Mays, John Simmons, BACK ROW left, Mr. Estes, Jim Moore, Robert Dennis, Gene Heisler, Jim Gorrell, Sidney Milliner, and Myron Kownacki. I6 The S.E.A. Provides Man Teaching pportunities ' ' 403-SOG rqgh MEMBERS OF THE STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION take time out for a picture in the College Library. li SEA OFFICERS are: RolandWebb, Cleftjpublicityg Linda Mays, first vice-presidentg Glenda Mannen, presidentg Larry Grothoff, second vice-presidentg Mrs. Wretha Page, secretaryg and Tom Bryant, fstandingj treasurer. V7 THE ECONOMICS CLUB, advised by Mr. William Thompson, is one of Community Col1ege's largest organizations. Some Clubs Connect Closely with Academic Subjects treasury sms' BIKSIIK' 5 ll 1 lib B, fl ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS for 1961-62 were Larry Burkett, Cleft! vice-presidentg Larry McCarthy, presidentg Ronnie Martin, treasurer, and Faye Griffiths, Cseatedj secretary. Not pictured is Mr. Thompson, the adviser. I8 Economics Club Sport 14 -A c ' 'lilly Fee ' wwf' After a victory, it's always the same showers, praises, and shouts. V Community College 4 l me if aa 54 BASKETBALL is amajor extra-curricular activity of the college and the source of much of our school spirit. The following players were on the 1961-62 squad: Larry Burkett, FRONT ROW left, Billye Bass, Don Bourland, Lee Yearwood, James Peoples, David Keen, Jim Manion, and Ronnie Martin Coach Will Lee, BACK ROW left, Herbert Jinkerson, Kenny Dillingham, Dave Kirk, Robert Dennis Odie Farris, Michael Karl, John Fleming, Frank Wilson, and Coach J. D. Shields. Season's Opponent Mt.CC Hannibal L.G. 72 Canton 79 S.E. Ill. 101 Centralia 87 Lincoln 68 Springfield 84 Belleville 98 Greenville 69 Hannibal L. G. 77 Murray St. Fresh. 94 "Flat River 77 "So, Baptist 74 'tFarmington Invitational Meet Results Opponent Mt.CC S.E. Ill. 96 Greenville 74 ""tBelleville 90 "'Centralia 90 Belleville 87 Lincoln 65 Springfield 89 Centralia 58 ":'tCentralia Invitational Meet Tourney Champion: Mt. Vernon Final Record: W-10, L-10 .500 percentage Warrior Basketball ml .f ' QUT' N N . ' ' Q, 7 l rl A 3-:Mn g rd' i 2 lui 2.-W f' g"3, 'jan Xxx Wx NJ' A R' f A 1 Y 'X xxx . X X f X L v " gf" l A THE HAPPY WARRIORS have a dressing-room c e l e b r at i o n after edging Lincoln College by one point, 68-67, at Mt. Vernon Dec. 15. HIGH-SPIRITED CHEERLEADERS this past year were Donnie Green, Cleftl Doris Harlow, Pat Higgins, Bonnie Gregory, and Roland Webb. LARRY BURKETT drives hard in for a two point THE WARRIORS' TEAM, Cheerleaders, and loyal fan effort against Lincoln exciting game. Burkett and Yearwood Lead Larry Burkett Although not setting any records, Burkett was the playmaking sparkplug of the team. Not only did he average 23.5 points per game, but he often also was the defensive standout. Many times in his two-year career with the Warriors he led the team in assists. He scored a total of 471 points his freshman year and followed with 389 points as a sophomore--a total of 860 points. Many times he would drive around taller opponents for his sensational over-the-head layups. He will long be remembered as one of Mt. Vernon's finest all-around players. express varied emotions in a tense moment of an the Warriors to Victor Lee Yearwood Lee Yearwood, prolific Warrior guard, ranks as the greatest basketball player in the history of Mt. Vernon Community College. Among his many records are: Most points in a single game--435 Most points by a freshman in a single game--41g Most field goals Ccareerl--1,0509 Highest average Q40 gamesj--26.255 Most points Central Illinois Junior College Conference --414g Most field goals in a single game--21. Even though only 5-10, he has gained national attention for his scoring and playmaking as he ranked among the nation's top junior college scorers. Year- wood, who received honorable mention, Junior College All-American this past year, plans to transfer to Baylor University. fig 7 wziwf' V STAR GUARD LEE YEARWOOD fires his patented long one-handed jump shot in a home game against Centralia. Burkett, Cleftb Dillingham, Kirk, Ferris, Yearwood and Coach Shields look over the trophy won at the Centralia Tournament. ' n s, U " , 4 . '5 5 f Q f Dave Kirk sinks two points against Belleville at the Centralfa Tourney. .M J..1fwQ,? sf l .,,:,,.n wwf ,f aim A wa Intramural Sports Ch k . SOPHOMORE LARRY HOLMAN, fleftl wonders if he is making the winning move ec . in a checker game against Sky Vaughan in the Student Lounge. 5 , 5. on , J. O. HALE Crightj contemplates a checkmate as he moves against Leland Ganieany, Cleftl While John Furby, Csecond from left! and Richard Cole survey the situation. 26 Academics "Now I will review for you the respiratory system and the circulatory system, too." Howard Rawlinson Dean of Mt. Vernon Community College Eltis Henson Superintendent of Mt. Vernon .Community College Language '!,..A qw. "1-MW, E? Miss Margaret Ann Mr. Bill Hollada Miss Emily Kelley Miss Rita Woesthaus Cummings SPANISH 101, in- structed by Miss Kelley, is for stu- dents who have no previous credit in Spanish. ENGLISH 101, instructed by Mr. Bill Hollada, provides ele- ENGLISH 201, world literature, is instructed by Miss Cum mentary training and practice in the comprehension and ex- mings. The primary purpose is to train students to read with pression of written English. insight and appreciation. 3 ii if 3 fa ii n? sv 'F istor Mr Glen Dare Mr William Roy Mr Arthur Samford HISTORY 201 is a required course for graduation. Mr. Arthur Sam- ford is the in- structor. The course consists of United States history from the discovery of the continent to the reconstruction period following the Civil War. HISTORY 101 is not a required course for graduation It consists of European history from the Ren- Social Sciences t A Mrs. Be ty nn Ward gut, Mr. James Fornear 'f F Q an EDUCATION 201 which is not required for graduation, is a study of American public education. The course covers present issues, problems, and trends, treating their history and development. An attempt is made to clarify the con- temporary social functions of the American school and the teaching pro- fession. l PSYCHOLOGY 100 is a general introduction to the psychological nature of man, his learning to think X about himself and his world, and his personality development and basic adjustive patterns. 42" 41" it is Mr. Kenneth Copple Mr. Eugene Estes Mr. Edward Mr. Robert Schultz Kownacki ZOOLOGY 101, lowe r right, is in- structed by Mr. Eugene Estes. Special emphasis is placed on zoological princi- ples but a broad survey of the field is covered. GEOGRAPHY 101, lower left, is devoted to a study of the regions of the world, their settlement, utilization of their resources and development. Natural Sciences CHEMISTRY 111, inorganic chemistry,is instructed by Mr Edward Kow nacki. PHYSICS 101 is instructed by Mr. Robert Schultz. '? X f X y tg, i,v1,,t,: ,.,, t . . 4,5 o o .,-.-1 H 1:53 4 ngincering V? on ng' ,eva V' , I 1 1' vw., .ax A , --..,,,,, 5 f ' A Mr. Edwin Mr. William Gieselman Myers ENGINEERING 101, drawing prob- lems, is designed primarily for en- gineering students with emphasis on theory rather than skill with instru- ments. Problems consist of detailed and assembly mechanical drawings. MATH 111, a college algebra course that covers linear equations in one unknown, factoring, fractions, simul- taneous equations, quadratic equa- tions, theory of equations, and binom- inal theorem, is taught by Mr. Myers. Mathematics ' dv QL Q- Mr, William Mr. Charles Mr. James Thompson Wagner Yates BUSINESS EDUCATION 112 is a course in which job produc- tion standards are emphasized with special typing problems for var- ious businesses and industries. Mr. Wagner is the instructor. . .um A-4 Business BUSINESS EDUCA- TION 101 is a course in which the Gregg Simpli- fied System is taught. Shorthand principles, brief forms, and phrases are emphasized. Mr. Yates is the instructor. Art E :fix I ,A 1 ART 103, is a course in free-hand drawing. A live model is sometimes used in this class. Mrs. Alma Biagi ART 100, art appreciation emphasizes art theory Library Serving all departments and all students of Mt. Vernon Community College is the all- important College Library. Although very young, the library is already well on its way to be- coming one of Illinois' best small libraries. Mrs. Polly Dulaney Mrs. Imogene Book 37 E-Esalth Mr. Frank Chornak Miss Rebecca Petitt 1, ,Fla 'U -nh ,V M, vm., 9,03 ' fin Yrfv Mrs Katherine Rutherford Miss Dinah Tanner A.: , ""l'5"5' S f HYGIENE 101 is a required course for graduation. Mr. Eugene Estes is the instructor. hysical Education BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION C1355 is instructed by GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION classes are instructed Mr, Chornak, by Miss Petitt and Miss Tanner. 1 Q fi H001 X. Q W A jf -K 'xg Classes Often the Voices of ur Representatives Sophomore Representatives are Roland Webb, Cleftj Dorina Briscoe, Sherry Bohlen and Bill Lawerence. Student council Sponsor is Freshman Representatives Na.ncy Martin, Kleftl Mrs, Betty Ann ward, Larry Karch, and Nancy Flanagan examine a notice on the bulletin board. Can be Heard Discussing School Issues Mt. Vernon Community Co11ege's Student Council includes Larry Karch, BACK ROW left, Nancy Martin Dorina Briscoe, Nancy Flanagan, and Roland Webb, Sherry Bohlen, FRONT ROW left, Bill Lawerence and Mrs. Betty Ann Ward, sponsor. , Quick Action Follows Many Discussions if,f fl wus' 0Pl1IOf r " " Y .4 I Q V ay 5 ,1-B, Myron Kownacki gets in some studying at the College Library. Donna Banes Jean Ann Beal Charles Behrle Tommy Bellamy Dennis Best Sherry Bohlen Billie Book Don Bourland Dorina Briscoe Tom Bryant Larry Burkett Richard Clark Silence plays an active part in the QE 'SQ' 'IH' Diane Clifton Lendell Cocke Dean Coffman Richard Cole John Conner Darrell Davis Danielle DeWitt Kenny Dillingham 'UIIIV 'UDV K" 'X life of every sophomore Who enters our school Dean Dixon Fred Dunham Richard Eddings Eddie Flota Brenda Floyd Phil Foster John Furby Peggy Garrison Bonnie Gregory Dianne Gregory Faye Griffiths Johnny Hale Duane Hays Carolyn Henry Larry Holman Herbert Jinkerson Laura Jones Michael Karl Laughter and smiles always brighten the school Judy Keiser Carol Kelley Richard Knight Myron Kownacki llim Langa Brenda Lappin Bill Lawrence Gary Ligon Larry McCarthy Bea McPherson Glenda Mannen Mary J. Moore 1 hours for every student and every teacher Pauline Roth Peggy Simmons i mi h Ot s S t John Squibb Neil Statzer David Stewart Carl Tennyson Sam A. Thompson Gladys Ward Roland Webb Eugenia Welles Lee Yearwood FRE HME p--F . we .. John Fleming uses the phone in the lounge. af' 'YYY Bill Allen Wanda Baltzell Roberta Armstrong Joe Ashbrook Charles Baxter Glen Beckham A ring of the telephone brings eheerfull Violet Bell Bill Bender Dean Bernard William Carroll J. D. Chapman Mary Jane Clark Wendell Boutwell Gary Clarke Sharon Callahan June Collins 46 11. 'SH Sf Karen Colvin Donnie Cox David Dagley Ted Darden Glen Dare Roy Dare Jean Ann Davison Neva Denham Clinton Dethrow Donald Dethrow Larry Dulany Judy Dycus Walter Ehrhardt Forrest Ellingsworth Gayle Elliott Beverly Epley Nancy Flanagan Sandra Fleener Marjorie Foreman Elaine Fullerton 47 Ronnie Gobtop Douglas Gowler Donnie Green Jim Halstead Carol Harlow Doris Harlow Rex Harper Peggy Harrison Don Heffington Gerald Heideman George Hicks Patty Higgins Harriette Hirons Patte Hirons Ken Holding Pauletta Howard Shirley Howard Pamela Hurst Larry Jackson Carl Johnson Donald Johnson Delores Jones Thelma Jones Larry Karch David Keen Jane Keiser Karen Kemp Marshall Kennedy David Kirk Larry Knox David Larcom Gary Lewis Kay McCul1ey Donna McCullough Joyce McDonald Dulcy Marshall Nancy Martin Ronnie Martin Betty Maschger Gary Maynor Linda Mays Paula Merritt Franklin Miller Sidney Milliner Bill Morgan Ellen Morgan Paula Mosley David Mullinax it Wien J Z' !!P' Pat Phillips Esther Poston Sue Ann Puntney George Ralph Phyllis Reed Robert Robinson Linda Rollinson Sue Russell Patsy Sanders Bill Schelosky Philip Schlag Constance Schneider Joyce Murbarger Dale Murphy Judy Murry Ron Neal James Newman Carolyn Nichols Wretha Page Phyllis Payne The shuffling of paper in the class 'ZZ' wc? mfymixiffii Mike Schwartz John Simmons Shirley Smiley Doug Smith Garry Smith Stephen Smith Eddie Sursa June Tate means there is to be a test 4,5 1 David Terhune Judy Upchurch Jerry Waddell Betty Waggoner Roger Wagner Lynn Wemette Michael White Pat Wilderman Frank Wilson Tom Woelfel Sharon Yandell Bill Ziegler aj ors and activities DONNA BANES MAJOR: Business Administration ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff, S.E.A., Commerce Club JEAN ANN BEAL MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff, S.E.A., Chess Club CHARLES BEHRLE MAJOR: Pre-engineering ACTIVITIES: Basketball Team, Chess Club TOMMY BELLAMY MAJOR: Business Administration ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club, Cheerleader, S.E.A. DENNIS BEST MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Bas- ketball, Dean's List SHERRY BOHLEN MAJOR: Education ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Pyramid Staff, Commerce Club BILLIE BOOK MAJOR: Pre-engineering ACTIVITIES: Dean's List DON BOURLAND MAJOR: English ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club, Dance Band, Basketball Team DORINA BRISCOE MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Pyramid Staff, Spring Formal Attendant TOM BRYANT MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: S.E.A. LARRY BURKETT MAJOR: Pre-law ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club, Dean's List, Basketball Team 52 of our sophomores RICHARD CLARK MAJOR: Speech ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff, S.E.A. DIANE CLIFTON MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff, Bridge Club, S.E.A. LENDELL COCKE MAJOR: Liberal Arts DEAN COFFMAN MAJOR: Business Administration ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club RICHARD COLE MAJOR: Education ACTIVITIES: Chorus, Chess Club Students Peggy Harrison and Ronald Gobtop chat for afew minutes on the steps of the Administra- tion Building. JOHN CONNER MAJOR: Business Administration ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club DARRELL DAVIS MAJOR: Commercial Art ACTIVITIES: Chess Club DANIELLE DEWITT MAJOR: Education ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff, Dean's S. E. A. KENNY DILLINGHAM MAJOR: Pre-Engineering ACTIVITIES: Basketball Team DEAN DDION MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff, Dean's FRED DUNHAM MAJOR: Mathematics ACTIVITIES: Orchestra, Chess Club RIC HARD EDDINGS MAJOR: Science ACTIVITIES: Dance Band, Orchestra, ence Club EDDIE FLOTA MAJOR: Business Administration ACTIVITIES: Basketball Team, Chess BRENDA FLOYD MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: S. E. A. PHIL FOSTER MAJOR: Business Education JOHN FURBY MAJOR: Pre-engineering ACTIVITIES: Chess Club PEGGY GARRISON MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: Chorus, S. E. A. BONNIE GREGORY MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader, S. E. A. List, List Sci- Club DIANNE GREGORY MAJOR: Education ACTIVITIES: Student S. E. A. Council, Dean's List FAYE GRIFFITHS MAJOR: Psychology ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club, Warriorette' JOHNNY HALE MAJOR: Mathematics ACTIVITIES: Dean's List, S. E. A. DUANE HAYS MAJOR: Pre-engineering ACTIVITIES: Chess Club CAROLYN HENRY MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff LARRY HOLMAN MAJOR: Pre-engineering HERBERT J INKERSON MAJOR: Business Administration LAURA JONES MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Spring For- mal Attendant, S. E. A. MICHAEL KARL MAJOR: Pre-engineering ACTIVITIES: Chess Club, Basketball Team JUDY KEISER MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: Warriorette CAROL KELL EY MAJOR: Accounting RICHARD KNIGHT MAJOR: Liberal Arts MYRON KOWNACKI MAJOR: Biology ACTIVITIES: Pyramid S. E. A. Staff, Science Club, JIM LANGA MAJOR: Liberal Arts 53 BRENDA LAPPIN MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Warriorette, Spring Formal Attendant BILL LAWRENCE MAJOR: Business Education ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Commerce Club, s. E. A. GARY LIGON MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club LARRY MCCARTHY MAJOR: Business Administration ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club BEATRICE MCPHERSON MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff, S. E. A. GLENDA MANNEN MAJOR: Special Education ACTIVITIES: S. E. A. MARY MOORE Bridge Club, MAJOR: Secondary Education ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff, JAMES LEE MORGAN Dean's List MAJOR: Business Administration ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club, Dean's List NIKKI MUNYON MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: S. E. A. ROGER NEAL MAJOR: Physical Education ACTIVITIES: Chorus, Dean's ball Team EDWARD OHMS MAJOR: Pre-engineering List, Basket- ACTIVITIES: S c i e n c e Club, Dean's List GUY RANDALL MAJOR: Industrial Education ACTIVITIES: S. E. A. NANCY RICHARDS MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Py r a mid Staff, Cheerleader PAULINE ROTH MAJOR: Education ACTIVITIES: Chorus PEGGY SIMMONS MAJOR: Education ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff S. E . A. Formal Attendant OTIS SMITH MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club JOHN SQUIBB MAJOR: Liberal Arts NEIL STATZ ER MAJOR: Secondary Education DAVID STEWART MAJOR: Education CARL TENNYSON MAJOR: Liberal Arts SAM A. THOMPSON MAJOR: Business Administration ACTIVITIES: Pyramid Staff, Che GLADYS WARD MAJOR: Education ACTIVITIES: Chorus ROLAND WEBB MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: S t u d e n t Council, Staff, Cheerleader EUGENIA WELLES MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: S. E. A. LEE YEARWOOD MAJOR: Physical Education ACTIVITIES: Basketball S. E. A., , Spring ss Club Pyramid SPONSORS ALBERT'S 914 Main CH 4-3736 BAYER MOTOR CO. 211 N. 10th CH 2-5100 BLEEKS SECRETARIAL SERVICE Room 213 King City Building CH 2-3656 BREHM-HANNA CHEVROLET CO. 1318 Salem Road CH 4-3120 BROWNING COAL and OIL CO. 421 S. 12th CH 4-1013 CLAUDE HURST Veterinarian 1 1 04 Jordan CH 2-2875 DEWITT LUMBER CO. 110 S. 17th CH 4-0621 E. F. WIELT CO. Mt. Vernon, Illinois CH 2-3360 ELLIS' CAFE 207 S. 10th CH 2-9827 F. B. ELLIOT 225 N. 10th CH 4-2167 GREEN GATE FARM Route No. 4 Etha Stover HARLOW'S CITY SERVICE Waltonville Road CH 2-0878 HOLMAN MOTOR CO. 215 N. 10th CH 2-0264 HUNT'S RESTAURANT 120 N. 9th CH 2-5025 IDEAL CLEANERS 1121 Broadway CH 2-0080 J. CURTIS STARR King City Building CH 2-5645 JACKSON and MARTIN 2210 College CH4-1510 JEFFERSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 909 Shawnee CH 2-3400 JOHNSON the FLORIST 2020 Broadway CH 4-0420 J . V. WALKER and SONS 120 S. 9th CH 2-1161 KING CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN 117 N. 10th CH 2-5202 LAIRD JEWELERS 1007 Broadway CH 2-1433 LELAN CARR EQUIPMENT CO. Waltonville Road CH 4-0387 MAMMOTH DEPT. STORE 901-903 Broadway CH 2-6464 M. E. JACKSON, JEWELER So. Side of Square 244-1485 MOM'S CAFE 223 S. 10th CH 2-9834 MONTGOMERY WARD 10th and Broadway CH 2-6540 Mr. and Mrs. C. R. FIELDS Fairfield Road Mt. Vernon, Illinois MT. VERNON FOX THEATERS Granada CH 2-2175 Stadium CH 4-0300 MT. VERNON POLICE DEPT. 1100 Main CH 2-2131 SPONSORS MT. VERNON REGISTER-NEWS 112 N. 9th 242-0118 MUG DRIVE-IN 1109 Salem Road CH 2-5677 MYERS FUNERAL SERVICE 112 N. 10th CH 2-0604 NEAL BROS. ROOFING 421 Broadway CH 2-3450 NORTH SIDE DRUGS 1308 Salem Road CH 2-1024 PEERLESS CLEANERS 1117 Broadway CH 4-1207 PEER'S SMART SHOP 114 N. 9th CH 4-0263 PRESCRIPTION SHOP 1010 Main CH 2-0375 REMNANT HOUSE 1003 Broadway 242-5554 ROSS DRUGS 1001 Broadway CH 2 - 1 549 ROTH'S DAIRY BRAND 820 Harrison CH 2-1277 RUSTY'S CAFE lst and Castleton CH 2-4165 SEARS ROEBUCK and CO. 111 N. 10th CH 2-3000 SECURITY BANK 119 N. 9th CH 2-4000 TACO VILLA 24th and Perkins CH 2-0724 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Mt. Vernon, Illinois "JEFF. COUNTY'S LEADING BANK WAYNE'S MARATHON 2201 Broadway CH 2-1193 WEBBS BOOK STORE 908 Main CH 4-1056 WE LBORN and CARR INSURANCE 1 1 1 1 Broadway CH 2- 1 1 9 0 WESTERN AUTO 1107 Broadway CH 2-0939 We, the 1962 Pyramid staff, wish to thank everyone who co-operated in the production of the 1962 Pyramid. Our special thanks go to the faculty, the sponsors and advertisers the photographers Mr. Cliff Karch, Mr. Lloyd R. DeWitt, and Mr. Keith Baurngardner, and the yearbook company representative Mr. Eugene Vest. Co-editors


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