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

 - Class of 1963

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'n,, the Nineteen Hundred and S MOUNT ixty Three VOLUME 6 Annual Publication of VERNON COMMUNITY COLLEGE Mt. Vernon, Illinois UUNI 'Zz 5 DEAN'S MESSAGE Last October, while civilization teetered on the brink of oblivion, the peoples of the world saw, in stark relief, the contrasting progress of scientific and sociological education. Our scientific development had given us the capacity for mass self-de- structiong our sociological development had left us the methods of the Stone Age. The ultimate instrument of diplomacy was still the threat of force. Yet, the same mind which is capable of probing the secrets of the atom is capa- ble of unshrouding the mysteries of human behavior. Education is more than preparation for a vocationg it is more than an assimilation of the cultural heritage of the past. lt includes, or should include, a struggle toward a maturity which enables the individual to adapt himself to an ever-changing world and to ever-changeable human moods. The responsibility for educational growth rests not alone with the planners and the educators of society. It rests also with the recipient of the education. There is not growth without struggle. The unused muscle atrophies, and the unused mind becomes a stagnant pool wherein only platitudes and trivialities flourish. H. G. Wells' oft-quoted aphorism, "Civilization is a race between education and catastrophe," implies a termination and victor. Whether you will it or not, you are a part of that race. Perhaps one of you will assure the victory of education by discover- ing the pathway which leads to universal brotherhood and understanding among the peoples of the world. s I'1'l fff vrnwx f Q. I? l"' 2 2 O O Z V 1-ug ' 4 r ,r ,r 1 i ig DEDICATIO To DEAN HOWARD RAWLINSON and GUID- ANCE DIRECTOR BETTY ANN WARD for their devotion to the school and its better- ment. HOWARD RAWLINSON Dean BETTY ANN WARD Guidance Director f 3 sv fs v-:ww fr: 4 N X . V ., .1 'W g sf- kl gk -as, What makes a college? ls it the classroom, the social life, or the extracurricular activities? These are a part of college But they, in themselves lack one essential ingredient - peo- ple. Observe the interest and ambition, in the classroomsg the chess games and bull session in the loungeg and the club meetings after school. Without people they would be non- existent. Where there will be people willing to learn, there will be people to teach themfwhere there are people in masse, there will be social activities and extracurricular '-' 'vm ,Q organization. ?f f f 5 W fs nit 2 5 1- as a fQf'wM,s-a,N. 2, 'Img' H X-' ww X Q' at S" LV 'A ':ggJ,s.,1s jf .'7.-f-basin r '.'.'c: J 3 If ff ff .iz l J 1 ? EY rw, . 019- - rr, r -If t ' .,,. , :-1152423 Q g.,f.g.,.,. . -.M wmmwwamm T--M-....,,,m.,,,.,,,,, w-mandy. Look about you. There are people of various physical char- acteristicsg races, religions, philosophies, personalities, in- terests, and ambitionsg each an individual, yet contributing a part of the student body. Consequently, the theme of our book is people - you, the essential ingredient in the make-up of our college. burial B Dedication - - - - - - - i- Activities - ---- - - - Sports ----- - - - - - - Academics - - - - - - - - Administration - - - - - C1asses--------- Nursing--- -'-- --- Sophomores Activities - - P585 -3 H--7 H-m 31 32 43 58 60 Sponsors -------- - - - - -52 1893 M-..v,..N,.,,i.. 9995 we ACTIVITIES N! 4213 I963 PYR MID STAFF v A i J A r --...M .r 1 , 'A ,.,' -YI KAY DENTON - Business Manager KAYE LEATHERS - Activities Editor NANCY ELLIOT - Academic Editor 8 l YEARBOOK STAFF - STANDING: Susan Lomax, Sue Collins, Rebecca Russell, Phylis Bean, Phylis Clark Qtypistj. SEATED: Linda Lomax, Jerry McAdoo, Marie Karl. Not Pictured: David Ellingsworth. ,l E 3? 5? if 5? I .. "Action" GUY HENRY - Sports Editor Throughout the year the Mount Vernon Community College Chorus and Orchestra have given many music filled hours of song and orchestration. These two fine organizations are directed by Mr. William Beckmeyer, and Mr. Tal Smith. They are composed of community college students and townspeople who enjoy music. They meet once a week all year for one-half credit a semester CGMMLI ITY CHQRLI WWMQVW f My , ....,,,,,,W,QyJ . 4 ....,,, T., WF, I lbkd lu- t W.: f Q . ..,, ,,.. , ,. ,, I W MWA V. , gf A V 4 ff., 'V V by ,, V' for I I 4 ' 5159 2 ' :H ' , 3 5 . ' . ' ff' x eww aww DP Q :m a . J Nga? V I' A D GRCHE TR IENC c us The College Science Club meets monthly for the purpose of broadening the student's interests and showing an interrelationship between the different fields of science. Club activities include field trips, special pro- jects, and monthly meetings. The l962-63 Science Club officers are: President, Sidney Milliner, Vice- President Larry Dulany, Secretary-Treasurer, Lin- da Mays- and Program-Publicity Chairman Annette Funkhouser. MR ESTES Sponsor BACK ROW - Left to Right: Larry Johnson, Tom Green, Jerry McAdoo, David-Reynolds, Gary Bauman, Adrian Walker, Marie Karl, Susan Lomax, Phylis Bean, Phyllis Clark, Rebecca Russell Bernice Edwards, Mary Mezo. FRONT ROW: Mr. Estes, Larry Dulany, Sidney Milliner, Linday Mays, Annette Funkhouser. TLIDE T EDLICATIO ASSOCIATIO ROW l - Left to Right: Mrs. Book, sponsor, Ierry McAdoo, Phil Puffer, June Collins, Linda Mays, Earl Highsmith, Lynda Flanagan, Phylis Bean. ROW 2: Mary Mezo, Tom Green, Gary Bauman, Bernice Edwards, Marie Karl, Kay Denton Phyllis Clark, Susan Lomax, Mary Alice Wall, Karen Richardson, Pat Lemay. ROW 3: David Reynolds, Sidney Milliner, Karen McGhee, Frank Wilson, Barbara Anderson Caroline Baker, Jewel Whien, Doris Edwards, Annetta Punkhouser, Nancy Elliott. MRS . BOOK, Sponsor The purpose of the Kappa Gamma Chapter of the Student Education Association is to enlighten future teachers concerning the problems they will encounter in their work as teachers in the classroom and as members of the teaching profession. Through out the year, S.E.A. members are active in local programs featuring speeches of teachers, former members, and educational leaders. Other special activities include banquets and workshops. At the beginning of each semester the S.E. A. sponsors a used textbook sale to help raise funds. The high- light of the year is participation of representative delegates in an annual state convention. HER RGYAL MAJ ESTY l QUEEN 'S COURT Left to Right: Brenda Lappin with escort Eddie Flotag Judy Murry with escort Bill Allcng Dorina Briscoe with escort Richard Knightg Becky Bodyg Michael McCu11oughg Queen Nancy Flanagan with escort Jerry Soddersg Diane Gregory with escort Jerry Kingg Faye Griffiths with escort James Ienseng Peggy Simmons with escort Dennis Best. I962 SPRI G FORM L Crowning of the Queen by 1961 Queen Dianne Gregory Having A Good Time re' 5. R f Sitting Pretty on the Throne is Queen Nancy with Escort Jerry My wks www E 'Ziff I :fra I f ,139 ' ' -W " 4 f - ', " fs uf ,Aw ff X f P . 'f 9 af 3 ,, if , 2 3 fmfgfaw I, Q k A Q if ,A mfg . 1 .. f f ral, ff Q . 5, :if , f V I Q , , f P f ax I I 4 . ani 'Ev fx Wh l i . V I I I I I I I I I I 'I II I I EI I I I I v Alumni gather for the annual Christmas Homecoming Dance I I E I I I I E I 61,53 Alumni, teachers, and students chat in college library, aI I I I A Mistletoe kiss! I8 Thank You , Servers Oh. ' Vickie! ! -v'1'. -.W Makes you wonder, doesn't it i 5 5 x N34 - My 'BW 3 Pf"Jf1i Y-X s fwzii' 7 Q 1 i 2 - S XML t X.,,.,,, i W, S . ' " vs! , -w ny ,,, gf fy V4 Q f 4 t A isw d'-5' '99 'T.v,X3.f' 6 F f ' f wg J ' sr., ,sim ' n 3 3 4f.6!P,s-', , ,vs . " vvwf X, X- If Q V Z go' if f K Q F . I 4 5 ' f 1 " t M 3 - 'UV 55 "1 v"h. '- 4-:1,4???'Ai' '-: Y S Y? a fr if rf Q , X ,7 ye s 5 my I 0 Il - 55 3 W! S is Q5 -2 , 5 f X2 '. b 4 Q vw 9 tl is - f W ff ,gil 2 5 'f 3, 126 ' f' X f-ff? S J' 42522 , V ww sm , swf 2 . s WW f X V , , M, 4 'S ' I rf sfrqfsafs js-gg giyff it ' , A 5 .- gigs K, K fist as as ' ' ?t ,- 0 f 1 i., yy rg Q 6 2 , - .4 'J , ft my ,J Q -A ' A Convocation is an assembling of the stu- i IZ- ,,. s 4 t. XCR. 3 is Gy,-. Q sf Xa Y , f -if o vi: I X 5 f 3,1 f 2 ,f 3 1' ' ' ' i dents once a month in order to inform the E? ' if ' ig fd students of activities and pressing events. I ..t. , A , M :'A' ri X E 5' X' sts ' "What's My Crime?" Karen McGhee, Don Dethrow, Marie Karl, Eddie Sursa, Frank Echols, and Lynda Flanagan. Above the students of Mt Vernon Community College are gathered for a student convocation, which is usually held on the first Friday of every month Count Every Star Lynda Flanagan Ragtime Piano Earl Highsmith . . l t 1 ,, vv fl ' ' V' Patty Higgins, Susan Chambers, and Peggy Manion created a pantomime to the song sag: I Z! "There's nothing like a Dame. " 7 ? sa? ' 2- if M if f Y , Bob Cooper sang "l'm so lone- ly I could die. " sg 5 Q 5 , ll , , A Ruth Ann Atkinson, Jerry McAdoo, Don Dethrow, and David Dagley entertained us with a skit entitled "Don Brown's Body. " The people seem very interested in the acts presented by the students. 5 .-.wnvM9"'W This Student seems to have his mind in his book . . . Some people gather in groups to study. P E O P L E T U DY Often people look for deserted ' ' ' places to study. . . lf I Annette "rests her eyes" 'g from reading so much. l I E i E E I i I l tl Bob Claybourn finds the library a convenient study location. Q 1 l 22 Even teachers have to study. . . 1' People in the lounge before redecoration. During the day the lounge is full but at 4:05 the lounge be gins to look deserted. PEOPLE I THE LOU GE Ever tried three things at onceg talking on the phone, studying, and talking to your girl friend? People in the lounge after redecoration. Redecoration was completed by the students. We received new lounge furniture after the painting was finished. Q VN E SPORTS Harry Lynn Shrelcls Merle McRaven Roger Woodrome and Gary McK1nney admrre the thrrd place trophy won by Mt Vernon at the Mt Vernon lnvttatronal Tourney whrch was held February 23 at Vernors Gym St Lours Baptrst Southeastern Illrnors Centralra Wabash Valley Bellevrlle Flat Rrver Mo Flat Rrver Mo Wabash Valley Greenvrlle Murray Ky MT VCC qforferty to M V OPP 'U Hannrbal Mo Southern Baptrst Mo Southeastern Illrnors Centralra Greenvtlle Bellevllle St Lours Baptrst Centralra Bellevrlle MT VCC 'B CPP 1 'I 0' Q X, . ' ' 65 88 Flat River, MO. 78 67 ' ' 2 ' 0 ' , . 74 55 - 64 100 ' , , 54 97 73 61 ' ' 51 95 ' 92 77 ' 55 111 ' , . 34 39 ' 71 as - , , 55 97 ' C5 S2 93 73 , ' ' 55 71' ' 58 71 ' 68 Q8 , . 33 102 ' 55 51? in L ? f X EEEE 2 CHEERLEADERS Pauletta Neal Lynda Flanagan Annette Funkhouser, captain ,f X Carolyn M aschger Duane Carpenter '- , .51 Lind a Lom ax Y 5 4 ,l' l 4 I 5 s rl E 5 HE Gerald Fowler lui li Q i l E 1? lx I ,I l l iz. Q Charles Gregory l 3 5 . X 1 . r l 'lf -:L 1 K 'Q 4? gr .X Ogre' sl.. . t I I I l I 5 28 Merle McRaven Duane Beeson RRIGR Roger Woodrome Richard Adams BASKETBALL Harry Lynn Shields Gary McK1nney Frank Wrlson Ronme Martm Bob Setzekorn Edclre Sursa W mf-52 KNNAK ' ei up '32, X - li' W Qi -- ' r .V ufm' -r 'W9' 5 1 - Y In the upper left picture, Al Williams of Centralia and Mt. Vernon's Harry Lynn Shields fight for the rebound as Gary McKinney f4Oj seems to be pulling the other player down out of the air. Warrior player Richard Adams 4441 does a ballet step as numerous hands grapple for possession of the ball, as shown in the upper right-hand picture of the Mt. Vernon-Centralia game. At the left, Dave Keen, Duane Beeson, and Charles Gregory watch as Tom Courtney, Jim Mason, Archie Ferguson, and Don Harlow play pinochle at one of the coke parties af- ter the basketball game. Below we see the cheerleaders in action before the Here we see a typical party after one ofthe large crowd at the Mt Vernon Centralia game. basketball games, where cokes, dancing, and talk occupy our time. if . 1 y if , X , w,M,x , ,g -f , M . 4 x 44 "r-as I ms i ACADEMICS MR. RAWLINSON Dean of Mount Vernon Community College and his secretary, Ellen Davis. Jax 'i ADMINISTRATIO SUPERINTENDENT of the Mount' Vernon Comrnunlty MR. ELTIS 1-1ENsoN, f ! f I College. A 4 wif Q gf f. ,, 5 A 2 QM 7 A I 5 Q , Q S Q Z . Q Q M ,fx Q5 4 + l 'E?.52fffnw ROW lr Mr. Howard Rawlinson, Mr. Benny Martin, Mr. Mike Chaney, Mr. Clarence McCauley Mr. Bob Lipps. ROW 21 Mr. Eltis Henson, Miss Edith Cates, Mr. Paul Fitch, Mr. D. M. Ruth- erford was absent when the picture was taken. BOARD OF EDLICATIO During the 1962-63 school year the Board of Education has been especially concerned with improving the Mount Vernon Community College in the areas for improvement sug- gested by the faculty self-study. These include the expansion of library facilities, combining assignments to increase the full-time staff, and the creation of more ade- quate classroom facilities. The new classroom building, expected to be ready by September l963, will house improved science facilities for the college, and will free classrooms, now occupied by the high school, for the college. l I il X I ls Mas. BIAGI ART 5 . I E s E ! K , 1 1 E 1 l 34 ART 100 fCenterj is a course of appreciation of art in the home, community, religion, industry and commerceg also includes a brief survey of the art accomplished by man through prehistoric ages to the present. Mrs. Biagi is the instructor. A ART 101 fBottomj deals with theory and practice in the ele ments of design. Design introduces the creative factor in fine arts, in education, and in the professional art field, combined with experiments in various media. Mrs. Biagi is the instructor. ly M Xuan-5-qw., -tm E GI EERI if 3 ai ta . . WX? 525 . , , ff A 'fy in K ff-" ds 4 , .X 2 by .. Ag' "" L law K 4... i 'nn-rg, " ia 'M - 'Y - E 11-fi-gf . 1 .,?A,ff15L? 1E?f. H .Zip . . - MR. GIESELMAN Mr. Gieselman inspects student, Philip Shafer's work. ENGINEERING 101 drawing prob- lems primarily for engineering stu- dents with emphasis on theory rath- er than skill with instruments. Prob lems consist of detailed and assem- bly mechanical drawings. Mr. Gieselman is the instructor. .4 I fa? , , A 2 S., -. -" --.f His, 35 'f mas W .1 MR. MYERS MATH NHS MATH 101 - ALGEBRA is a course which covers linear equations in one unknown, factoring, fractions, simul- taneous equations, quadratic equations, theory of equa- tions and binomial theorem. Mr. William Myers is the instructor. and J? .13 , any-a A PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGY 100 is a general introduction to the psychological nature of man, his learning to think about himself and his world, his personality development and the basic adjustment patterns. Mrs Betty Ann Ward is the instructor. 36 HISTORY we W sr s O ,ff K of C fsfz y Z ,Sf ef W gf gf! 3 3 X f i'.f,1'f.4r-f5W'?Z2 . HISTORY 101 is not a required course for graduation. lt consists of European history from the Renais instructor. HISTORY 201 is a required course for graduation. It covers the history of the United States from its early colonization through the period immediately following the Civil War. Mr. Dare is the instructor for the day classes Qleftj, Mr. Arthur Samford is the instructor f'or the night classes frightj. 3 was -A i 117. - sance to Waterloo. Mr. Dare is the ATU RAL SCIENC S 'Z Ig 2' MR. COPPLE MR. ESTES MR. KOWNACKI ZOOLOGY 101 emphasizes the study ofthe anatomy, physi- ology distribution, and life cycles of representative inverte- brate animals. Mr. Eugene Estes is the instructor. Clefty CHEMISTRY 101 - GENERAL CHEMISTRY Covers Composi- tion of matter, balance, formulas and equations, oxygen, hydrogen, water, solutions and electrotypes, halogen fam- ily, sulphur, acids and bases. Mr. Edward Kownacki is the instructor. flower lefty GEOGRAPHY 101 is devoted to a study of the regions of the world, their settlement, utilization of their resources and development. Mr. Kenneth Copple is the instructor. qlower rightj 1 1 MISS CUMMINGS MR. KUHN MR. OLIVER MRS. PRIEST f f, N i -vw . , E GLISH ENGLISH 201 - fLeftQ world literature trains students to read with insight and appreciation. Miss Cummings is the instructor. ENGLISH 101 QLower Lefty provides elementary training and practice in the comprehension and expression of writ- ten English. Mr. Oliver is the instruc- tor. SPEECH 101, Deals with the prepara- tion and delivery of short speeches em- phasizing selection and organization of material, methods of securing atten- tion and presentation. Mr. Reynolds is the instructor. Mr. Kuhn teaches speech at night. IW ff' 1 :usa ff ,-' ' MQ. THOMPSON MR. WAGNER MR. YATES BUSINESS EDUCATION 211 is a course devoted to the study of vari- ous business letter forms and business papers. Mr. Wagner is the in- SU.'llC IOL' . 'r 3 4h -.-.I BUSINESS ED. ACCOUNTING 201 QLower Leftj is a course which deals with accounting production management and control with particular emphasis placed upon cost distribution. Mr. Thompson is the instructor. BUSINESS EDUCATION 101 is a course in which the Gregg Simplified System is taught. Shorthand principles, brief forms, and phrases are emphasied. Mr. Yates is the instructor. ww Jil 23' if' ' g , f ' 1 HYGIE E M 'Mew I-Iyg1ene 1S a requlred course for graduauon Mr Eugene Estes is the mstructor W waffwffifmffwff Www X 'U'- 153---.W MR FRANK CHORNAK MR WILL LEE MISS REBECCA PETITT MR I D SHIELDS BOYS GYM CLASS taught by MI Frank C1'10U13k GIRLS GYM CLASS taught by MISS Rlta Priest I s -1--...- W we -ng 4I LIBR RY Students as well as instructors enjoy using the attractive and comfortably furnished library for study, serious reading, and research. Much rec- reational reading material attracts those who wish to relax in the homelike atmosphere. Serving all departments and all students of Mt. Vernon Com- munity College is the all important College Li- brary. Mrs. Book is the Librarian and Miss Wells is the library Clerk. CLASSES ww 4 wif The MOUNT VERNON COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT COUNCIL lnclude Sponsor Mrs Ward Pat I-Ilgglns George Ralph ,Terry McAdoo Peggy Manlon SITTING Ronme Marun Larry Karch June Colhns The Student body chose people to Represent them . . . MRS. BETTY WARD, Student Councll Sponsor X, . , fl AV X b Xie I: ' 5 , , is 1, I. . 'I Wa x f WWA ' .X f, 3 I 'l 3 ,, , . Y 9 1 , I Y ' : I I I ,,,,,wQs 4 ,ag 4 r X , 2 s 7 Z ? , 1 Z 3 Z 5 S Freshman representatives are Pe ggy Manion ' '7f 1 Sophomore representatives are Ge R l h orge a p and Jerry McAdoo. ' ' Representatives at large are Larry Karch, Qlefty June Collins, and Ron- nie Martin. if f Z ' ' Yfmw f " S ' 71 if " -wx: 5 Z, , I 4 fy V5 ,k,. 7 ' fu 1 f, f 1 7 S L 1 Y . l c" 3 0 o , Y 0 wo' 9 ' ie 1 f, ,Q 'B Q, N and Patty Higgins, who is not pictured 45 v w 1 l 'uv--""""' SOPHOMGRE Glen Beckham Dean Bernard Wendell Boutwell B111 Canon Gary Clarke June Collins Donald Cox David Dagley 4nl"""f"' , .- , ,W " ' ""' C '71 M X V23 SGPHOMORES Larry Dulany Marjorie Foreman Rex Harper Charles Heater ,. ,f W ,ff pw- '91 '62 ! . , '1"? L" . George Hicks Patty Higgins Ken Holding "A'bfN X, an -Ma- .-uqQNf', r e Jef - Paulette Howard X 1 N Carl Johnson Larry Karch Linda Mays Paula Merritt Sidney Milliner Connie Morgan William Morgan David Ml-111i1'13X Dale Murphy Sue Robbins Robert Robinson Michael Schwartz John Simmons Paul Slagley Shirley Smiley Gary Smith Eddie Sursa I iii,, I ' 0 . ' 3 9 W David Terhune Judy Upchurch Betty Waggoner FRESHME Richard Adams Rosanne Arnold Lola Aydt Caroline Baker Elizabeth Baltzell Carolyn Bartolomucci Gary Bauman Phylis Bean few 45' James Bell Stephen Bell Dale Bernard Gerald Bethard Kenny Bolerjack Barbara Brookman Johnny Browder Duane Carpenter Wendell Chambliss Phylis Clark Bob Claybourn Barbara Collins Kay Denton Mehl Derry Ronald Derry Tom Duncan David Ellingsworth Nancy Elliott Thomas Enteman Charles Eveland Bob Fairchild Jack Flanagan Lynda Flanagan Quanette Flanagan Sue Collins Bill Conner Brian Courtney Annetta Cullins David Cutrell Jerry Daniels Richard Dem ent Sandra Denham 5 Q1--1 s Q uw rm . 'Sir X y ff' 73 31 'j..f. y . ,, 5 , s w ag q Thomas Green Charles Gregory Robbie Hafford Lois Haley Don Harlow Carolyn Harriman Rodney Harper Jim Heaney Robert Hicks Earl Highsmith Keith Hulbert Linda Hungate Gary Fuller Annette Funkhouser Archie Purguson James Gaines Jo Ann Gajewski Jerry Gannieany Buddy Gardner Billy Gay 'ww 'Env' W' W Larry Johnson Donald Jones James Jones Ronald Jones Marie Karl Darrell King Kaye Leathers Pat Lemay E51 A fwfr W- v. . 4 Q4-f X R Q fi 4 R fi -f,W,', 0fsf',,,4 L. b Nfifi , Linda Lomax Susan Lomax Bing Lowe Rodney Lowry Jerry McAdoo John McCarthy James McCoy Tommy McEndree Karen McGhee Ronald McGill Shirley McKay Gary McKinney James McLaughlin Mary McLaughlin Russell McPherson Larry Mahan Peggy Manion Stanley Marlow Carolyn Maschger Mary Mezo Jack Montfort Patrick Mossholder Julia Mullinax Jerry Musgrave Paul Myers Mike Oliver Jeff Osborn Charles Parsons Monty Pearson Mike Pease Cheryl Pepple Penny Poulson Marvin Rlghtnower Stephen Robertson I oe Rogers Ruth Ross Jerry Sammons Terry Sandusky Samuel Schultz John Scrivner Calvin Smith Roger Turner Linda Upchurch Juliet Vaught Janice Pigg Judith Pigg Phil Puffer Gene Purdy Robert Rue John Reynolds Karen Richardson Gary Rightnower SA! ,-li 4. 'Q 'C uh A' ahah Dean Williams Jimmie Williams Skip Williams Linda Willmore Thomas Woelfel Roger Woodrome Robert Woodward Don Yearwood Virginia Buck Rebecca Russell Jerry Volkert Jerry Waddell Adrian Walker Mary Alice Walls Harry Waller Bill Webber Ronald Webber Jewell Wiehn SECOND SEMESTER BROUGHT US SOME EW PEOPLE . . . NEW FRESHMEN are Walter Newell, Duane Beeson, Bob Cooper, John Beck, and Bill Burks NEW SOPHOMORES are Gordon Rice, Amy Ansley, Loren Boyd PRACTICA SC OCL F d LIRSIN THOMPSON - Nursing MRS. KSYCKI - Arts Instructor Co-ordinator as 1 S Q . , Q Q f , 5 f 1 .4 is 5 '? ' - 452, - 4 ' g f f 3 km, , W ,KX I A 5 H, xxx 1.0, P .X , . , ...., .N kg I 7 ig ll ' "U" 7 5 :ww Wir ' 4 5 's f V. f - wr-, 3 ' J. , , , w , . Q , ,,, , , , , yt 'saw f .i...- , S ., s sf .1 ,. fi, , 1 'Q 21 X-as f Q . f Q, - X ww, X U ,., , ,ry , x 5 f sz, r ' f W X , Q 'Aff of -fr af- ,. . L9 f ' ' 2 4 X3 1 . 1 , . v ' . f, V' f Q f if is if 3 d Q V' if 'A ff e ss, S g , J f 2 , Y .R 53... A Graduating class of 1962 Mrs. Ksycki and students study internal organs of the human body. Students learn to care for bed patients. Students are aided by charts in study of human body z 5 1 , W. Wwsf sg-vw' 3 1 2 4 'M rr sa 5, l VJ ' .1 Q, D , ' 1 9 J' fs I ,, ' J jx , 237' Q 1 KMA 1 , . I , A f , ,Zh Q? ' ' '41 I' so ' df at at M -V , W M J,..f f f P j- MISEGS' 'IZA www ff-,gif ,Q ,f - 8, V A f fa 7 , R X Ft 5 "FW my ' rw QM' .Af - , ,! ai 2 1 V -, 4-We 3 - H 51. rf ss? x .J ,. Barbara Brien Alice Edwards Jacqueline Pool Erma Kurtz Eugene Lows Shirly Meredith Rudy Panzier Janis Payne Gertrude Record Pat Sager Judith Skelton Lela Smith Ethel Sweet Minnie Voss Joyce Wangler Mary Webster The school is approved by the State Department of Vocational Education and Illinois Department of Registration and Education. The first class was accepted October, 1961. The twelve months concentrated course includes theory and super- vised experiences to prepare the student for safe and effective nursing care. To date the students accepted represent seventeen towns. PEOPLES MAJOR A D ACTI ITIES GLEN BECQKI-IAM PAT HIGGINS MAJOR: Pre-Engineering MAJOR: Business - ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Cheerleader, SHERRY BOI-ILEN g MAJOR: Education PAULETTE HOWARD MAJOR: Business BILL CARROLL ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader MAJOR: Engineering ACTIVITIES: Chorus CARL JOHNSON MAJOR: Business Administration GARY CLARKE MAJOR: Student Council LARRY KARCH ACTIVITIES: Student Council MAJOR: Accounting ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Commerce JUNE COLLINS Club. MAJOR: Business ACTIVITIES: Secretary Student Council, Com- LARRY KNOX merce Club, Vice Pres. S. E. A. MAJOR: Business ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club DONALD COX MAJOR: Business LINDA MAYS ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Commerce MAJOR: Elementary Education Club, Spring Formal Attendant. ACTIVITIES: Chorus, S. E. A, President, Sci- ence Club Treasurer-Secretary. DAVID DAGLEY MAJOR: Elementary Education PAULA MERRITT ACTIVITIES: S. E. A. MAJOR: Elementary Education TED DARDEN SIDNEY MILLINER MAJOR: Business MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club, Spring Formal ACTIVITIES: S, E, A. , Science Club President Attendant, Chess Club. DON MORGAN GLEN DARE MAJOR: Business MAJOR: Business ACTIVITIES: commerce ciub DON DETI-IROW MAJOR Engineering LARRY DULANY DALE MURPHY MAJOR: Liberal Arts MAJOR: Business ACTIVITIES: Orchestra, Science Club, Chess ACTIVITIES: Basketball, Commerce Club. Club. GEORGE RALPH CHARLES HEATER MAJOR Forestry MAJOR: Civil Engineering ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Basketball, Chorus, Commerce Club. GEORGE HICKS MAJOR: Business Administration SUE ROBBINS ACTIVITIES: Chess Club MAJOR: BUSINESS PEOPLES MAJOR AND ACTIVITIE ROBERT ROBINSON GARY SMITH MAJOFC Physical Education MAJOR: Business Administration ACTIVITIES: Basketball EDDIE SURSA MICHAEL SCI-IWARTZ MAJOR: Business Administration MAJOR: Liberal Arts ACTIVITIES: Commerce Club, Orchestra. BOB SETZEKORN DAVID TERHUNE MAJOR: Engineering MAJOR: Elementary Education BUSINESS: Basketball ACTIVITIES: chess ciub JOHN SIMMONS JUDY UPCHURCH MAJOR: Chemistry MAJOR: Secondary Education ACTIVITIES: Science Club FRANK WILSON: SHIRLEY SMILEY MAJOR: Education MAJOR: Elementary Education ACTIVITIES: S. E.A., Basketball. ACTIVITIES: S, E, A, , Chorus, We, the 1963 PYRAMIS STAFF, wish to thank everyone who helped to make this book possible. Our special thanks to the faculty, the sponsors, and the advertisers. Also we would like to thank the photographersg Mr, Lloyd R. Dewitt, and Mr. Keith Baumgardner, and the yearbook company representative, Mr. Blewitt. Our thanks goes also, to Mr. Todd Oliver, faculty advisor of the yearbook staff. Editor 7 Business Manager fffaff Activities Editor Cc N! ggi! Sports Editor 54 1 Academics Editor bl ALBERT'S 914 Main 244-3737 BAYER MOTOR CO. 211 North 10th 242-5100 B LADES WALCREEN 'S AGENCY Registered Pharmacist 244- 1 126 BLEEKS SECRETARIAL SERVICE Room 213 King City Building 242-3656 BREHM-HANNA CHEVROLET CO. 13 18 Salem Road 244-3 120 BRIDES SHOP 1008 Jordan 242 -3827 BROWNINC1 COAL 8: OIL CO. 421 S. 12th 244-1031 CLAUDE HURST Veterinarian 242 -2875 DARIY BRAND 820 Harrison 242-1277 SPONSORS -J 'E DeMENTS HOME MADE ICE CREAM 9 10 Jordan 242-1618 DEWITT LUMBER CO, 1 10 S. 17th 244-0621 EASTON'S FLOWERS 118 N. 10th 242-0616 ELLIS' FINE FOOD 207 S. 10th 242-9827 CLADYS SHOP INC. 900 Main 242-4090 "CRANDMA'S" Campus Cafe Sixth and Jordon HOLMAN MOTOR CO. 215 N. 10th 242-0264 HUNT'S RESTAURANT 120 N. 9th 242-5025 IDEAL CLEANERS 1 12 1 Broadway 242 -0080 i i I I I I SPONSORS JEFFERSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Mt. VERNON REGISTER NEWS 909 Shawnee 112 N. 9th 242-3400 242-0117 JOHNSON THE FLORIST MONTGOMERY WARD 81 CO, 2020 Broadway 919 Broadway 244-0420 242-6540 KING CITY FEDERAL NEAL BROS. ROOFING SAVINGS and LOAN 421 Broadway 117 NQ 10th 242-0850 242-5200 LAHUJJEWELERS NORTHSHHIDRUG 1007 Broadway 1308 Salem Road 242-1433 242-1024 LUCHJQIHARLOW PEERSSMARTSHOP Iiair Stylist 114 PJ. 9th 242-0939 244-0263 MAMMOTH DEPARTMENT STORE PRESCRIPTION SHOP 901 Broadway 1010 Main 242-6464 242-0375 MANION APPLIANCE INC. PULLEY-GUTZLER FUNERAL HOME 223 S, 9th 1314 bdain 242-1227 242-3348 QM.E.JACKHHQJEWELER REMNANTIKREE S. Side of Square 1005 Broadway 244-1485 242-5554 MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO SEARS ROEBUCK 8: CO. 830 Ldain 111 DJ. 10th 242-4494 242-3000 - 1 1 1 4 1 11' I 11 1f' ' 1 .V 1:1 ,1 1.1 111 11 11 1. 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 SPONSORS SECURITY BANK The FIRST NATIONAL BANK ofd 119 N, 9th Mt. Vernon, I1Iinois "Jeff 242-4000 Country's Leading Bank" SI-IOPPERS CENTER INC. 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