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

 - Class of 1967

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WM qw WWW MW WWW 1 e -ff: 'i"' n , V 14 IIlflIHHHIIIIHIINIIHIIHIII ,N D JHII11 ACU! NUMUQM Wg! M . Y ,Q g 'f-579, 3-w"1v- if Community College Ubrary Mt. Vernon. Hl n QQHQ gf Gonfenfs ca 0Q1221Cs Chsses Oryanjzafzbns cfzbzfzkes asp offs Dfurszhy 93050 of Ure 002' jjaye 7061 erfzls em Q12 fs x qagnzhzls frafzbn Qeafcafzbn gdfflliy C. ITJX .9 I2 DR. HOWARD E. RAwtiNsoN 89012 73 Wessaye Every man is an artist. Every life is a work of art. Yet, although the world places a value on the art, only the creator can be a true judge of its worth. The story of Pygmalion, the sculptor whose skill was so great that the gods granted life to his creation, is known to everyone. But few have ever heard of a youth whose name is lost in antiquity and whose shattered statue rolls with the sands at the bottom of the restless Aegean. Legend says that he searched many years before finding a perfect stone above a craggy cliff and that, like any good artist, he studied it until he knew intimately the lines of the figure he planned to release. As he began to carve, it was obvious that the work would be good. Many came to marvel and to offer ad- vice. Midas was there, and Bacchus, and Aphrodite. And sometimes what they said to him caused the chisel to slip or the stroke of the mallet to falter. But when his work was done, men called it good and proclaimed that he would wear the laurel. Despite their extravagant praise, each time he gazed upon the statue he was haunted by the lovely vision he had failed to release from the stone. One dark night he toppled the statue into the sea and fled. D Mt Vean C , Some said that the artist, having created perfection, Collegmon Ommumty had gone mad, while others said the gods had grown envious e and had destroyed both the statue and her creator. For a few day the story was on everyone's lips: then, it was all but forgotten. Occasionally, a traveler reported having seen someone who resembled the sculptor work- ing as a stonecutter in the quarries near Corinth or decorating wine jars at the port of Piraeus. One rumor had it that he had gone to Cyprus, had found marble of surpassing beauty, and was working at his old trade under an assumed name. The name was Pygmalion. if oar gf 50Q1c'af1b12 ,SZ From left to right: Mr, Ben Martin, Mrs. Janice Dixon, President of Boardg Mr. V, N, Chaney, Miss Edith Cates, Secretary of Board, Dr, Howard Rawlinson, Dean of Mt. Vernon Community Col lege, Dr. William McAteeg Mr. Eltis Henson, President of Mt. Vernon Community Coilegeg Mr, Paul Fitch, Treasurer of Board, Mr. Robert Lippsg Mr. Jack McDonald, and Mr, Guy Wood, Jr., Vice-president of Board. MR, ELTIS HENSON President Mt. Vernon Community College ,f 4.-f' , , SSR , A ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,, , 5 MR, JAMES F, YATES MRS, BETTY ANN WARD Registrar Counselor rv mzhzkfrafzbn al M RS, STANLEY KELLEY Sec reta fy , '. 1 llama! . 'Q 'tgil . A , MRS, CAROLE HIGGINS MRS, MARIORIE POOLE Secretary Secretary Qian, .,,..-, , 1 Registrar's office working on im- portant matters? . vu' 68592.22 nfunsxc-milk' 'K The Dean's right hand man 1 if gm,--1 Y if 'W ,L,.f--.. A, . af, . , Av ,, ef wa Our Senate in session with Mrs. Ward Anxious students waiting to regis- ICI' af-,-,mv-wi'1""""""' ffya' X,-v . ' AJ-,qf . xrffZ.g1g,. WV ' s4.,w,w. , 43935. -,fs ' " x'Y'e1f.-:xr Philosopher Henry Adams has stated: "A teacher affects eternity: she never knows where her influence will stop." These lines refer to one who has encouraged us to think and to gain literary perspective. Her real enthu- siasm for all that is good, all that is worthwhile in life will continue to inspire us with strength in face of ad- versity. We humbly dedicate this 1967 PYRAMID to one who is and always will be a great person, Miss Margaret Ann Cummings. sn-5 'J' P You must show proof! A ,,,, lx .-1"" It is ag! 1... Now, here is a good theme What about that second answer? 'wcfavzvfv-,'.2."if" -' "Friends! Romans! Counrrymen! Lend me your ears! Would you Believe? II I can t find your test paper, Sir 4 lyti- ,, V X. r 'K E K ,gn-Q., It -2,9 I I L , ' ' ' g '-" ' ' . 9 i , V " Z , M ' , 2, A MR, WAYNE ARNOLD MISS CAROLINE BAKER MISS DOROTHY BARRETT Hygiene and P, E, Assistant Library Clerk English and Speech MR. W. H. BECKMEYER Music Art MRS. ALM A BIAGI MRS, IMOGENE I, Librarian BOOK MR, JOHN E, BONEBRAKE MR, MAX E, BRANDON MR, GENE CORMIER Botany and Zoology History Political Science and Geography D ,H Pt MISS MARGARET ANN CUMMINGS English MRS. PAULA DULANEY Librarian Clerk M R. GLENN DARE History MR, FELIX R. DYREYES Economics MRS, ELEANOR HALL MISS GEORGINE HAWLEY Sociology and Orientation English MR, JUDSON DeWITT Psychology MR, EUGENE T, ESTES Botany and Zoology MR, EDWARD P, KOWNACKI Chemistry 1 M, .gl , ' fit' ' W3"b f1 Q '9 A 3 5 5 , f 1 MISS BARBARA B. LUCHSINGER MR. ANDY MUZZARELLI English Police Instruction Q14 , K 1 vv . MR, WILLIAM H. MYERS Mathematics MR. OREN MCBRIDE Physics and Math, MR, JAMES R, MCGEE Engineering and Art MR. OTTO POHNKA MISS GELA RILEY English Business Education 'UL MR. RICHARD PERRACHIONE Math 'Wh Viv MR. ARTHUR A. SAMFORD History ww, A 'Wifi' MR, TAL SMITH MISS ANN STEPHENS MR. JOHN H. TRAVER Music Spanish English I A MR, CHARLES E, WAGNER MR, JAMES WAUGH MR, WILLIAM Business Education Hygiene and P, E, YOUNG-HUSBAND Accounting and Business Education Mr. Richard Perrachione I X ,K 4 1 i W' zz f y ff- '1 ' ,IM Amd? -f- jaw, 3 1' ,,,y. QQ X V 3 if ? - if r .t it . A "Come into my parlor. " Mr. ,, fu ,,..,f-Y' -5 Mr, John H. 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"1,,.." W f Paul Mihelic Charles Mazur Julia Marlowe Mr" Agnew 49V Lilly Marlow Rick Marlow Ron Marlow 54" '17-B firgrazy jusf gkaafef Vicki Marshall Rick Meyers Karen Miller VFW!- W-.M Gary Milner Connie Lee Jim Lucas Y'-r.., Larry Mooney Alan Morgan Ray Murphy Mont Murry Linda Nathlick Jerry Neal Joyce Nociar Becky Noel Bruce Osborn Zyoufof you Jezeue 4 fjounyes? 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C011- cession workers are balancing the books. . . scientific vistas are ruminated upon. Czen fzlsfs 'Pam - , Mr. Kownacki faculty advisors l ll? 4 + rf 2, i 'V 'xi 8. tw? yr 4 The Science Club offers opportunities to interested stu- dents who desire to pursue the study of science outside the classroom. Striving to give its members a basis of both na- tural, physical, and chemical sciences, the club has many special functions, field trips, and projects throughout each year, Gary Milner is this year's president, Stuart Chase, vice- president, Candee Jones, program chairmang and Becky Noel, secretary-treasurer. rw ,,, l i f 5 First rehearsal of the Community College Orchestra The Orchestra is directed by Mr. Tall Smith. Their performance is from all periods of serious music. Membership includes adults ofthe community as well as students enrolled in the Community College. YT 11516 f epaffmezzzf yvfesenfs Mary Alice Bond, Dee Ann Ford, Roger Garbers, Patrick McManamy, Mr. Charles Render, Mrs. Pardee, and Mrs. Bandy. ,pc v 1 First rehearsal of the Community College Chorus zrsf C 564131112203 012 00. The Community College Chorus meets serious literature as well as modern arrange- ments of characteristic radio, television, and recording choral literature. The classes in chorus are also open to adults. A select group ofthe Chorus forms the Communi- quettes, who appear before many groups such as the Kiwanis and Elks Clubs. The College Chorus combined with the College Orchestra presented Hande1's MESSIAH in December and Mendelsohn's ELUAH in the Spring. Pictured from left to right in the Christmas Convoca- tion top row: Dave Roach, Jim Lucas, John Murray, Alan Morgan, William Danner, Bud Connaway,. and Bill Hogueg front row: Jane Hart, Mary Beth Pitts, Cheryl Weatherly, and Cassie Hungateg standing singing a duet: Diane Gibbs and Deena Richardson with Dee Ann Ford at the piano. Gary Gregory, Karen Ellis, John Murray, Cheryl Weatherly, Roger Garbers f'5'5'Efgfi'A 9AQf'?l-ffgefl Robert Connaway, Roger Garbers, Lonnie l-licks, Robert Wiggins, Dick Fortune, John Murray, Jim Little, Gary Gregory ,. Ze-'N-'A-:f-fffr ' Jv:"""4,,.., - 5 .4 Ramona Russell, Nancy Williams, Dee Ann Ford, Diane Gibbs, Joyce Bullard Learned Judge - - - - Plaintiff fAngelinaJ Defendant QEdwinJ - - - - - -1 Counsel fto Plaintiffj - - - -A Usher qcrerky ----- l Foreman ------- CC recezlfe mucf . 122 1166 jjzgnslk' J l .rpfmy I rzdf Ky' l J l appfause Qeparlznenf lr opereffa jufyn Jerry Hicks Dee Ann Ford - Jim Little - Jerry Jones Gary Gregory - - John Murray Ml -- .-5 at Q 1 J if ' wr Gary Gregory, Jerry Hicks, Jim Little, Jerry Jones Dick Fortune, Lonnie Hicks, Becky Roane Robert Wiggins, Deena Richardson, Jerry Hicks .Ii ,Z. Ll., L 6 Rss A Gfnrv fic' an Gentlemen of the jury, have you reached a verdict?" W , "W, W MMAf',,,,.,f-""""""' J'-lava x B lj i w fri, A ' : if ff ' ,118 T2 'Rm If 1 by , AA4, ,,,, . ' :. V, -I , ffT'f' ' :g.- ' y . ' Vicki Hammer Larry Lucas we L ' Peggy Yates ..L M- - 3 7. 1' I A r.rA Lonnie Hicks Pam Burnette L A in 5-uv ,.., tx V-'Q 'X flu. Pam Piper G. Waddell, F. Craigg, J. Ward 79 ramz' l ,rd Qv 5 fi, . Qi I r Editor - - - Academics - - Activities - - - Advertisement Artist ----- Class ----- Nursing School - PEGGY YATES - LARRY LUCAS - - VICKI HAMMER - - STEVE SATLEY - - - LONNIE HICKS - RAY BIGGERSTAFF ' JANE WINDHORST Organization - SHARON BROOKMAN Sports ----- ----- B OB GENTRY Typist - - - PAM BURNETTE 4 A 353 , Advisor - - Y Ray Biggerstaff 1'-Lf 1 A -I Mr. Blewett ""'i Q W.,,.,s,wf A WWW ,PX ..', . 13 -'i' I.a15E:?Ei2E. it .Vi-. , Bob Gentry FJ g r , STANDING BELOW: - A M. A111113 i I .- 1 A H. Baker 1232? f C. Weatherly ,,'i-'rr ,- E. Plummer ' SEATED BELOW: I. Cherry S . Sattley ' 12135 iv 'E v"7?"f'f3l:' A' Jane Windhorst 2 i Sfqjf ' ' JOHN TRAVER f aw Q 2' E . Q , 1 i fr -f .475 Y ,....., uf l Jacque Ross and Sharon Brookman - s :.rm,,.-.M-ff-f l .ww is , , .Bmw .,,,,, if we .Zigi 'A .- X N-X... ,--g ff V-5.5 ' 1. Mike works many long hours. Terry tries IO keep DCC ADH busy. Cf? fjfe Jyfamz' 11122 es Commander Drayton Allison of Jefferson Post 141 American Legion presents S150 check to Mike Aaron. This money was to aid the Pyramid Times in their project of sending Christ- mas packages to boys in Viet Nam, ' Q , yy.A V A s . I I' ' vERNq""'7L .C "Wi -.f ' 1 o , -. """' Q News seems to catch the ear Christine, and Bill . . . . . , , , i I of Diane, I Y aww L, ., 1" ' ,fe 2 gf!! 5, V 1, -- 2 ',"3i5ZQ2Zlgfw1 ' 33 rw:,.y' ' wa, ,. ,,.,,fi.. iii? 3' S X W.. 5 A ,,,, ,,:, A , .. 1 5l.5fE'EI1'-If .Wm " if 5-iI'::IY:f5i I-,.E:'5"f"I:1f7'1:-. " ' -5'1s.i.162E::r A'Ex2'fSf5.5:.?-:j-3253-.11 '- f "' - . ,IJ-1fs'-:':.::A.::a.:as-11:-:.:.s:1-. :laZ3'2i:2I:,:522:-:':al:1I"5122. ' ' -f ifg22?11, '-15EI'5,'Qi'2'f Q4 Q- j:, g::.-f:'5j-I-'E ug .- 4 ., wwf.'--1:-,:g.15 - .w , ' "fi,-w .x . . - 3 -tfgzlig.-. . --9 9. .I:.: I V , V , 'Pix E- , .I ms A. 5 Editor-in-Chief - - - - MIKE AARON News and Feature Writers ------------- - - - News Editor ---- - - - TERRY PIGG ROSE MARIEUBLAND, MARY ALICE BOND, DIANE Business Manager - - ---- LONNIE HICKS FERGUSON, JANE FIREBAUGH, DIANE GIBBS, KA- CHRISTINE CHAMBERS REN MALINE, CYNTHIA RAMSEY, SHARON UL- Feature Editor -------- - - MARY JANE MOSS RICH, JUDY WALKER. Assistant Business Manager - - - ---- JUDY WALKER Chief Typist -------------- DEE ANN FORD Circulation Manager ------ CHRISTINE CHAMBERS Composing Room Foreman - - J - - CHICK DIETZ rf' 41' Judy always seems to find enough to do. The news and feature writers never group to com- pare notes. Miss Luchsinger is the advisor of the paper. Judy, Diane, and Jane package gifts for Viet Nam. . . New ads Lonnie's looking for. . . Mrs. John Boyd of the Junior Women's club thanks Terry Pigg, Mrs. Betty Ann Ward, Mike Aaron, and Commander Allison for their enthusiastic support as Mrs. Lee Myers also of Junior Women's club looks on. . .Even the editors and the news- paper sponsor, Miss Barbara Luchsinger have their laughs when the last deadline is met. ,f -Q- Community College Llbrary IVIT. Vernon. Illinois James Houseworth and Mary Jane Moss Sophomore Representatives Qgfu 06212 fs fafe yjI4O6LI22S The student council consists of two mem- bers each from the freshman and sophomore classes and three members elected at large. The council serves as a liaison agent be- tween faculty and student body, plans stu- dent social affairs, and assists in adminis- tering the student activity funds. Connie Bancroft and Linda Presley Freshman Representatives fo QSXUUQJLM Qgenafe. Terry Pigg, Jane Windhorst, Mrs. Ward, Faculty Advisor, Cheryl Martin Representatives at Large Mrs. Ward, Jane Windhorst, Mary Jane Moss S.E.A. members enjoy one of the many interest- ing field trips during the year, Sqzmf 922122 ., 7 ,f . , it Q rs lv V 5 t 1 I 1 Q, Q t V JT , ",' Jw ' , A S . . , , ' " Q, , 2 Y ' L4 Q ,. . v il!! 4 rs -- ' Q Q 'i , VY . I ' , ,gvefit ffirj-1? V 'Q if , f ' fthfhgi' A 1,3 il J. A j "-' . .5 Its president was Larry Lucas, first vice-president, Peggy Yates, second vice-president, Candy Jonesg secretary, Rose Bland, treasurer, Larry Moore, publicity chairman, Becky Noel, historian, Helen Baker, teacher's aide, Jacque Ross. Mrs. Imogene Book was S.E.A. sponsor. ersfzyo gf fl l 1 5 1 1 , F6019 gn creases. The Kappa Gamma Chapter of the Student Education Association is an organization for college students who are planning to become teachers. Through this organization, students learn about the teach- ing profession and receive some experience by assisting teachers with classes. Other special activities include banquets and workshops. At the beginning of each semester, also, the S.E.A. sponsors a used textbook sale to help raise funds. The highlight of the year is an annual state convention this year held in Chicago. "Deck the halls with boughs of holly. . . " The group sings Christmas carols for families at the housing pro- ject, we . -' A ,A - T W .,., . .,,'.,g .,.. A . WI, ,F "V ,A-..,m 4 M ,ww-' " fxiv x ' ,, 1i3'i.1nt,AI ,V J ' V 9 , ,,f' '-HAM-n. l l l ,,,,.,. , ...... f 5 ' . L A f Y Mr ,I , 4 ' X k 1 l V vi L, ' if fp, , -az, f-fl'-WWNW '.,,,,,,f1 'l wwwfwxw-.41 f , 3 I: '92 The church was the site of the Much remodeling needed to After remodeling, then came the new library. be done. fllfllifufe. . . J f ecem ef Q ere 7, And the book shelves. . And the books. . And more books! nuluvuunr ,T Qld 1 -Ef g 'N J W. lsltliffx ...M i3lZ'T'i s N.....-,. fist .. ,..,, ,..fx5g ,. , Q 'Q ,, xt The shelves begin to look full. Mrs. Book and Dr. Rawlinson survey the new site. 1159 ew Igfdf' . 4 ZW if 48346, Vw 1.3: W, , 1 f f f 1 " , , !,,f ,fl 6,16 M ' Qs, in I .,,, -- it rf gr , ' f ff f 4 f 1, f lfijbfffzfwzf I' f, j,,f,!40f41 'fl' , fmiwwf ., X faf 5 ff 77 QQZV1 ' 'iv 9 v if ,ll Q fya ffffwff if M47 ff f bible ff 'WZ fqfzfyfgif my 7, Ai f ,ff X 5 fx' 4 -4' W 4' f f 4635 J!e"'7y1"'v fav A ff, ' 'Wfifw,sf'2 Qfnfzgfgiff 4 Y V t 1 f'ff'??f fffif " 'gff . i 4 ' x "C YT" . ' 'J' ZWG5 ,VLvi514w11.'J'gZ-.Q,L1",".,. 3 7 ' ' WZ? P4 ' . 41 .wh -ty:-iff?-:ft ff: fan - .1?w'fgm, - ,lm-A if-aw. M!w:f.saw' 'Q y, fffce, , 1' ., , ,95,,,.,f..My,-145eyg.mf. - . 'V ff fy 5 n ggyv 52' 1 ' ' . .' Q ,- , f i'Z.6'gQ2,f4" 'fl' rf 4 gf, 'Ef.?'f:? ,Vi A ' - rlwwf-51 ffm - mf' 4,-,,-.49 -fQl.'ffn,U6"'.ffr-vhwkl - V 14 , ':'w- - ' ' 'f f V ' t . 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Informal convo after convo +111 A N . 4 X , , L, . , - . 2 4.,, , , ag, ww,fs3Q' 'UWM' he A i. .s ,- S 5. , 13 s I 0 . ,. :Q-19, ,. 1 , At Right: Henry Phillips, Janice Abraham, Kathleen Abraham, and Roger Harris Below: Flower girl Mary Beth McCullough, Queen Janice, crown bearer Richard Abraham At Left: Miss Janice Abraham and Mr. Henry Phillips 9 'W 'X QF! ra ICI? fs The highlight of the year is the Spring Formal, The mystic enchantment filled the air as the couples lightly stepped under the canopy of purple and gold which ear- ried out the surprise theme "Arabian Nights. " As the pervading atmosphere of the evening lingered on, the young ladies of the queen 's court were escorted in to the spell-bound melody of their choice. The couples watched the crowning of Janice Abraham as queen. Long after the evening had come to an end, the couples remem bered the mystic atmosphere of that night. Q bw Band '12 , -.......... Relaxing before the jazz session. A Communiquette first. Q CU oomfya O CII? Our great college band ! ! Who turned out the lights? Just cou1dn't believe the sound theyiheard, i i xi Y X 5 X. Rose Ann plucks a folk tune. . .Cynthia sings '52 "The Shadow of Your 5 . I 1 i if ' .9 v 3 41 ,r Smile". . .Johnnie consults with Doc Dan, . . s f . ll: A5 .Qi The Del Jays harmonize. . .And it's after the ball at. . . A Q 66111 fn lm 5 ' y ' , . rg ffhfwjut 8, l fs fi X 'x 4'-Hem, M, ' '4'5?3 , nm-Www-Q 5 will .,,, L ., ., ' I ff ' iv: XA F' 4 , " L..-- .l , X t . ,W C fl 7 Kg fir ft a, t 1 jane and Becky dream Connie 1'i1'ld6I'C6113S. . . about Moon River. . . QX Q x . k Mira' 1 ttf .Q x 'N - f I S- ' L XX Mx? . S ' N .dd . 'segaff-t , S ly X Xi! fix I ,, J, ? , , ! 5 ! , f 5 V , , 2 .V -, ' fn 5, Z P 7 I . . . Mystics watch fallin' leaves Injun' Larry repays feathers stolen from Mme. R. and Am Y ,Q - A kazaa' af UCI UG The Christianaires g--. , S- f...f ' -19' 3 an w v ,W oy ., 4. ,V F ,X M. 1 fsezfzfm 35959 zursydgen -WN , x A aw- : Y .H ..- vw Q , ,Q ., ,YA s 1 L, I, -. ,.,,,,, ,..,. 1 V i r .W,,. m s r 5 1 " ' X . q Q 4, a c 4 5 A.. Q .,, l - A a E ' 4 ' I 4 Linde Stars and. . . 5 fy ' : his ,il i n Q A . A . . . Brenda, Jose, and Cynthia , over- seers of the delicious Swedish cookies all provide a joyful, , , . , , atmosphere for the gay early winter swingers. Cheryl Martin Mike McClure Sue Waite Charles Price Karen Maline Paul Caponi Patricia Dunn Ed Dull Donna Wesdell Jim Dixon -.4.......u.........,, Linda Presley Mont Murray ue en gonna Wezyn 5 Donna 's Court Cleft to rightjz Mont Murray, Linda Presley, Paul Caponi, Karen Maline Queen Donna Wesdell, Jim Dixon, Ed Dull Patricia Dunn, Mike McClure, Cheryl Martin, Charles Price, and Sue Waite. my. f 1 Our faithful chaperone , Mrs. Betty Ann Ward Students enjoy the decorations and the music all evening. UGQIQ hh e GIYCQ "mm J--TW ff?-' K 'Q QL f Londons provide the evening with delightful music . . . Students just can not stop dancing. 9121212 7251014 ZGHJ .... .,., .,,.,.,,.-......g N.--..,,..... .... . .... .....-w... , 'T 1 490 in V: 47 Our Counselor "And your next problem" W Time sure flies at the dances after games. 1' f ff I iw , 4 Only the strong win? When does the music start? Napoleon xx Y T-'E Y Y L A INN Lg J"lI' f.'1'd-3 t .vf- W I "W SCHOOL or -Q Qi N N X "Would you believe?" Since Mt. Vernon Community College School of Practical Nursing was started in 1961, its enrollment has in- creased over 40 per cent and the area it serves has doubled. In 1961, students from six towns were represented. Today students represent twelve towns. The staff has increased from two full time instructors to three full time instructors and four part time instructors. The School of Practical Nursing has graduated five classes of students who are well trained and qualified to serve their community and mankind. PRACTICAL NURSING Nikhil! V R T W 141, ,.',A 5-. - Left: Miss Mary Ann Vowell is in charge . , ef " , f g .llq A , gi. of guest register which Mrs. Helen Basten Zgl Z E, f , , is signing at capping ceremonies. 1 '.,. 'X , X J "'r 'fi , , "' -s,. A . if A S- 4 sf 1 , 1 , 'f' .,.,. R r if ff- f- wszalw- L V:-xx :Q-.-:-1-:I-.z+s,..s:: . -. 3-if ,--'1 , r,A-,', A 4 .'-' K ' L f f V ' X K, 77' fi X ' ' . U V, ,. -'.,.,., 4, f : f 1, ' A vi r M . is , 'gl' Q, 34, :fl f' Q 'eil , if " wg k 1 ' f 'ag J! M, 'F "', MW 5. N Right: Miss Diane Sinclair receives her f ' " 1 "NQ,'Qf Q , ,, cap at the capping ceremonies. afqvzny I 9 6 6 y, ,g V. I , ,X if' , f fir' 'W , '- , E' . ' I A' ,. ,ff - V 3 ,j ' . S 4 , ggi W W ,M 5 E -4 Pictured above left to right, TOP ROW: Arline Meyer, Nancy Walker, Brenda Maxey, and Glenda Crawfordg MIDDLE ROW: Donna Mahan, Alfreda Taylor, Dixie Perez, Sharon Yarbrough, Valarie Wade, and Wilma Farthingg FRONT ROW: Sandra Henson, Cheryl Myers, Dorothy Hall, Anna Mae Bargesser, Mrs. Wanda Atchison, Mrs. Gladys Billington, Diane Sin- clair, Diane Kruse, Diana Witte, Ruth Eagan, and Mr. Fred Schlosser, personnel manager, Good Samaritan Hospital, faogzafzbn Chris of 1966 , I A , A M 1. .., J, 'A ! 1 V 3714? f is fl, I Q fp , 1 w A M V V 5 ' , ,,,, A yVV", s - A use R W.: F3 -fl if Graduates of the Class of 1966, pictured above left to right--TOP ROW: Mrs. Gladys Billington, Dixie Perez, Alfreda Taylor, Arline Meyer, Wilma Farthing, Brenda Maxey, Ruth Eagan, Val- arie Wade, and Diane Kruseg FRONT ROW: Sharon Yarbrough, Mrs. Wanda Atchison, Dorothy Hall, Sandra Henson, Anna Mae Bargesser, Donna Mahan, Diana Witte, Cheryl Myers, and Patricia Maddox--all are re- minded of this, another milestone significant in their lives, by commencement speaker, Mr. Archie E. Woodrome. Left: Seated on the speaker's platform at Commence- ment are Dr. Howard E. Rawlinson, Dean, Community College and Rev. Alfred F. Winter, Pastor, Faith Luther- an Churchg standing are Miss Mary Ksyeki, Nursing School Co-ordinator, Mrs. James C. Dixon, School Board President, and Mrs. Wanda Atchison, mv' fxr, V I eftwfw my , Q M w , . ,Um ' wa hi . if 'ww- ' 1 4 . v I s,,,.,. , 'New 4a..w.,, . "K:"'r' ef M x ,Ms M. X135 ,QQ Z ...... ,.... . ' ' 62'-,fgf,,! 1 v af-7 1. PZQJW' 1 r,, . 'V .13 . ,:. w 3lv' .55?3"fl rm' -V W ij L. if , ogg, . ,aw Q . ,,. 3 I z 'ff t 5 i .4 H f,Q, M5573 W ,Z,5Q2'Z'i ,,,f,w 225155312 L 4 w , 'MQ . , Af y2j2:5Jf,',: V ' W iiikgftii, , 54: 1 . ,,,gh V . HX Q.. I, , A f "CL, j, 2 ' .MW ., 'ur B -I fp, . ' , 1-.0 , 1' qw., ,fs AMN ,,.v , hwy 'iss I. ' v 1 ,. ,, f,,,,4 .. ' ' 21 I 1 1 , , I ly 1.4. law , AQ? ' .V y 2 f g1?.C1iW4 . 'f ' " f Maw ' ' ' 1 ' , - 5 2 1922, M YZ' . 'Za- - 11 ,. 1 I W ,445 'ff' A f 1 1 vw. 1. f fm ay ' nr-11, fin 1, ,. , 11, ' . , , .,, f I. Mrs. Thompson Nursing Arts Instructor I., y A A,,, AA" jf l f' am? 'Q . M . ,Vg ,. ,ff ,. .X ' 'Zf,'4jLA, 4..- . H V .. Eff. , A-.2 , 447' Y in 5' 1,53 Q P4 f 1 53W f 1 4 'iw-' ' f 'iii . ' , . ., ,M t .111 I 4 ' A f 'iff??i?f7E', 11 , " . - rw f:,7'?44 1 2 ffkiai-L -'Y 1:51 'V 11519. L- fl ' 'xx I ' . ""'e-9' Miss Ksycki Co -ordinator ,Q ,V ,.v' ff f ...- ' f vb 44" .. 7 3 5 , MQ I .. ' ,ri Q ,Waffle f,..,..,'d"f P 'uf 4. .. , aa w in Q . 4 ,..,-ff A J, f- . . asap" -t 1 N 2 Patricia Andraski Helen Blankenship Thelma Bumpus Peggy Carr Eunice Cochran Mildred Creed Doris Dueker Ruth Fry Betty Gammon Harriett Hefner Harriet Kinsey Betty Lane Georgia Meeks Evon D. Miller Linda Mueller Mollie Payne John B. Phillips Karen Quinn Mildred Quinn Pat Sanders Patsy Setzekorn Mary Shaw Mary Thomas Lynn White Paulajo Williams Mary Wright Shirley Yardley .' -i...,z . If h ' 2.1, A f X ffpffl- A , 1, l i, ,A Mrs. VanCleve Instructor I Z r as--r g I 'V I Q 91 w J I I fi ,. r 5 X I D g fgg 7 '- in 4 ' J 3 -E Qs K f X ' Instruction is being offered to the members of this year's class at the School 's head- quarters. ,. -- Left: Mrs. Gloria Sinclair is pre- 1 g Sb JARS' ,gf g ' . ,-,751 - . " - I senting scholarship to Brenda Maxey M fi A A and Donna Mahan. ' , - 1 Ds , t ' 'f i-i5F'fg A i ,.... 'fa WJ f a 3 , , rnir . ' 5 'U-Ji , ! ' , a A I X 5 A g f I - i Right: Brenda Maxey is assisting Diane Kruse, patient, in nursing demonstration. v Wk . 9 f Q i.,K',x,,1 1754174 wh,-A 1 I +0 ,nge W' 5 .-.f . 'J A' 45, .xp 0122 IUQXQ jjfyszbaf 21712 ess Riding there ..... to the game floor ..... and all the cheers. . . and, Oh Mah! that long voyage home! ! ...:- , J '6. 4, 4 .gr F 5 1 s af ,, W .1 5 I if f S 4 fl ' p H 'P f , . l . ,f I 'V 1 1 ' 1 A il A 3 ,v , , 5 hw, 4A ' W ff 4 , M4 . ,, . 1 I 3 'UF . ' nf gf J vt 1 z Q' a 5 3 " ff jk . Y' f 9 fl 1. 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Mike Pace, Mike Best, Bob Waller, Dean Jackson, Terry McCullough, and Ed Skelton. ee 73 Game with Southeastern Junior College fl-Iarrisburgy Centralia Junior College Belleville Junior College 'Southeastern Junior College 'Belleville Junior College Southeastern Junior College Centralia Junior College Wabash Junior College fMount Carmely J' Denotes Baseball Tournament results 19 6 6 Zasegaf flweayue We 4 0 O 11 O 4 22 O 6 1 2 7 1 6 2 7 They 1 5 4 6 7 13 4 4 5 3 12 16 2 1 12 16 3524391 65173 K.. ffl 1 P 3151261 Jeanne ZZ16 970122 KX ,4-fgh, f??g'7Qa.x o 44 45 I 5 I, ralqg -1'i,x 7ii?cV'f"2-3?t N mn? -oivffnvi if fi 'Q 42 WS: 0-- '- l ,QA Z 1 My V, " ul g-,ff 2 ,. '1, Ll '..' g 'M Q35 0 u f 1 I 1 1 r ,L If K., arrzbfs Ccom psefbhy '59 ,ff 1 1 F I 9 I azbsf ufragf f m 1 3 H I f 1562'- . ., xbkv 4 ,VA1 'Y 'Q ""' ""Qi1ff""f21ffwv 2 1. QE? ff A kann? gf 2 "S-5, Y K ., AV.. '1 ,rr ,, LY-2 , i ,li X , ' A - fm izi? g Q 'HH 'Q 4' ky IJ' E 7 3332222125 ff . " ""' ""AV ' ffr"""' - ' -,H Q A - 4'-, ,,, N ' AQ ,.A,f 'El' ' f" ' f.: 1 4 X .v,,.,.,. ,.nW , H 3 . 1 2 4' ? "', K, J .. QII: V Q ' ' fl ww 5, "': -:.,- 1 ,,,,, I M A 1' N4 ' f" C5 ll .. X X X X X ZUQ affix fl Zwarrzbrs , I X 1- f 4 51 1 P, 1 if---Q' wa S.....Ml-Ms Left to right TOP ROW: Coach Jim Waugh, Dan Lovin, Stan Patterson, Gary Burzynski, Lanny Shaw, Versil Withrow, Mike McKinney, John Fornear, Terry Taylor, Managers, John Murray and Bob Cooper, BOTTOM ROW: Dan Wymer, Gary Hefner, Joe Norris, Leon Peacock, Rick Rose, Bill Kirk, and Dean Jackson, Game with Greenville """Wabash Valley ":"Bellevil1e 'lDanville 'Cape Girardeau :Florissant Valley ""'Centralia Florissant Valley ""l"Olney ""xHarrisburg Cape Girardeau 'Murray State ""i"'Wabash Valley 'SIU 'l"""Centralia Danville 'm'Belleville 't"Greenville Iqqim """Olney 51' !,.K M - Aglsskbrubx Harrisburg Ah! W' VAFUA ,346 QC. ,Q 840 "' Denotes away games I5:,N mr 5,1 P axe! Denotes conference games Yi?lf:a 4525! They 67 64 80 99 104 91 92 69 83 90 73 82 79 77 69 61 91 77 64 68 Z iii' .,4, A 2, . a ff I , fe ,, 1 ,y I I J' 1 fs -Q 141 CQIQQGJ Camera , .N ..- in w '1 - "I Want To Do My Share" Soon I'll be going across the wave, To fight a well known foe And instead of saying, "Why take me?" My plea was, "Let me go. " For in my mind and heart and soul, Was burned an oft' heard song. It was the verse of a Marine, As he cried the whole night long. Not for lack of rations, Nor for wounds received that day, But rather for a buddy Whom the eternal price did pay. He prayed unto his Maker For his buddy's soul that night Knowing that he had sinned In killing for what was right. For he didn 't have to fight for me, That Marine upon the hill, And break His fifth commandment Which says, "Thou shalt not kill. " But he died with the courage And the valor of a man As I, too, will die that we may keep Peace in this - our great land. Loving Memory of our brother LfCpl Jack E. Crouch, Jr. Victoria E, Reid Michael V. Crouch Tammy E. Crouch if For the Most Complete Selection of Magazines and Paper Back Books B and B NEWS and HOBBY SHOP 821 Main - Mt, Vernon, Illinois For Your Most Economic Form of Entertainment and Education. Walker's Give You - That Smart Campus Look! Stores for Men and Young Men ? WALKER'S ? M. E. JACKSON JEWELER SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Compliments of SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. 819 Broadway Mt. Vernon, Illinois Shop at Sears and Save ------------- Satisfaction Guaranteed or your money back. "The olde st bakery in the state of Illi- nois! Hey, have you tried Hawkins Korn Krust Bread lately? Try Hawkins Pastry Shop for the finest pastery in Southern Illinois." HAWKINS BAKERY THE LOFT SHOP Latest fashions in Campers wear. The store for young men and men who stay young. Northeast corner of square D. H. WISE CLOTHING CO. BEN FRANKLIN STORE NATIONALLY KNOWN LOCALLY OWNED l 18 South 9th "The Village Shop" Exclusive Sportswear ALBERT'S DON'T WISH FOR IT--- SAVE FOR IT!" Pas shook Handy Savings Is the Greatest Thing Growing KING CITY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION GUY WOODS JR., Executive Vice President 7 North 15th Street 242-5200 You'll 7 L'k CARR S Walrjs D-X SERVICE Mt. Vernon Shopping Plaza 700 Plaza Lane Phone 242-6540 Mt. Vernon, Illinois Phone 242- 0600 Drive Safely- We Want You Back I T "fu 'Qt 'N 'Q V '- X'-' ig: AA12' ' -'.: ' - 1 fair .. . V ,, Q ,ii X Q., N ? '54 x M . . ,I Q Nwifmx A Ii. ""1'2- ,. N. Q '- N'-M '7 , 'f'fQjizgggjQ5.:.1' 1725 ., M' ,Q M,ffN.,5. , " W ' 'YI-,, K Q' -., ' -'TK . .w - ,z"9'y-ng R- 4, V A - I ' -. w w,--ng N -., - ffsav-' - C: N Q' f f" A., - 'f . 'L '--. 'Y '. f 'Q' - of . - Wmimq. , -Y. ' .f'-.. 5 .. ..,,V g...,14Q , ' ,ga r it f x K ,X v Q 2' 2: XXX -1 NTB 'H ,N ef'-a v 'K 2 w,MgV,1k - ,gb x - M V , 1. 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Each and everyone of the following people deserves more thanks than we can ever say. Hilliard and Myers Carroll King Delo Photo Craft Paul Mihelic Lloyd DeWitt Lynn Sandusky Delmar Studios Jon Strunk Pictured below are artists and photographers left to right: STANDING: Lonnie Hicks, Tom Jones, Terry Pigg, Dan Ellis: SEATED: Mike Irwin and Mike Aaron. 41" Q33 my 7 'f 'ff HlllI.'l'I in,--,, Another final deadline has been reached: another Pyramid has been prepared, sent off, and returned to you. We sincerely hope that our hours of work are reflected in this final product and that you will find it satisfactory. We also hope that it will remain one of the best mementoes of the 1966-67 year at Mount Vernon Community College. Feel absolutely sure that this book is the work of many people, and each person who has helped deserves more thanks than words could ever say. Also thanks is due to many who came in to work who were not on the staff. To all these people, as well as the many who assisted by giving moral support, I extend a gigantic THANK YOU! Sincerely, Peggy Sue Yates Editor Pam Piper Associate Editor 5 I 'H' Q if 1 ,dx if-5 u . - y 'A . FK . xx?-3? EH PQ" ' V' '81 3 ff?" NE . . : .v ' .e v 2f?f.Z:'f?54Vf+-4, 4' , ,f 'ff 'fnfcf 517 '?5,1'i4"E?J A 1: 31-',p2'i,1v'3:'!' ,., , ' :.f,3,-33.3 ,, A ,144 . ,I Y ff? V .,,,5,, ! ,, I 9' ar kv mai. r - . Q 'samsung KK "Where is everyone?" "I didn't know you cared. " Qi44f45M 5 D if Ji 1 The line up. . . . ., , 1 X. gl n 1 in is , J: Q l qi f 7' X 1- A., M 9' Vw- 4 VTJEZ' ' ux, 'n x f Nsm. G 'I 3' . Q ag i e Q ' e -f sf' Q u ' 1 Q 3' v he 'f , y i j 'Z X Would you believe this is our new library? .Z.,.1 f2f6'.?d:.:M.c: 5 ' .1 U


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