Mount Vernon High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Mount Vernon, MO)
- Class of 1950
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MT VERNON CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS
MT. VERNON, MISSOURI
ELIZA ETH SMITH
The members of the school board are elected by the people
of Ht. Vernon. They are responsible for a program of edu-
cation for the boys and girls of Mt. Vernon Public Schools.
From left to right are Earl Smith, Dr. Kenneth Glover,
President, Janes Hunt, Dr. A. M. Alexander, Superintendent
of Schools, Elizabeth Smith, Secretary, Karen Williams, Ben
Cuendet, and Frank Cofer.
Dr. Alexander recently received his Ed. D. degree from the
University of Missouri
Several new additions have been
made to the Mt. Vernon Grade School
pictured above. These include three
classrooms, a principal's office, and
a cafeteria. Approximately 225 lunch-
es are served each day to grade and
high school students.
The high school buildings, includ-
ing the main building, the industrial
arts building, and the home economics
cottage are pictured at the left.
The MOUNTAINEER is rapidly becoming
established as one of the traditions of
Mt. Vernon Schools. Year after year it
serves as a pictoral record of many of
the outstanding events of the year.
Within its pages, too, are the faces of
those many friends whom we have come to
know and love in ou associations in
the classroom and in other activities.
Congratulations and an expression of
appreciation are due those of our nu -
ber who have worked so earnestly and so
diligently to make this yearbook a suc-
cess. Again it is representative of
the very fine attitudes and the high
standards maintained by Mt. Vernon boys
and girls and their teachers.
As your superintendent, I am glad to
have a part, small as it may be, in
your experiences of the year and I com-
mend each of you in your achievements.
May this year hold nothing but pleasant
memories for you in the days to come.
With the school year of 191.19-1950
successfully completed, lt. Vernon
High's reputation has grown far be-
yond the reaches of the local com-
munity. As one student put it, 'Why
this year even the teache s are
human.' This exemplifies the close
cooperation between teachers and
stu ents. The co munity has come
through by helping the band purchase
new uniforms. The student body has
won recognition everywhere. But
underlying all this cooperation and
recognition is a foundation built on
friendliness and good sportsmanship.
There are no strangers at MVHS.
DELBERT L. 'IHEELER RUTH BLAKEY
Ind. Arts, D. 0. Latin, English
BURBANK YOUNG KING SCHOLILENBERGHi
TI-IELHA SWISHER EUCENE CARL
Commerce Social Studies
Voc . Home Economics
LYLE A. HOUK
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Student Council plays a major role in the ac-
tivities of our school. All the business concerning
our students and their relations to our school and
other schools is carried on within the council. It
supervises all extra-curricular activities and plans
a definite program of student happenings within our
school. Our council is a council of the students, by
e students, and for the students, end its constant
is for the betterment of the students.
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me nenpeper, the 'Tiga' Tribune," is published by the Speech
and Journalism elses
the staff. They ere
publishing the paper
Burlison ss Editor.
0 responsible during the year for their pert in
'To her left is her eble assistant Bob lsrehsll.,
Beeh :saber of the elses is assigned e job on
Seeted et the center of the table is Yvonne
end to her right is Carl Hunter who is business manager. Seated
around the table are the other nubere of the staff, working on en
issue of the paper.
This year the coneree department edded a course in Secretarial
Practice. Aside fron typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping, students ere
given an opportunity to learn filing, office grocedure, buisness corre-
spondence, business mchines, etc.
In the ebove picture these girls are learning to run e copy on the
Debate is en ectivity of the Speech and Joxrneliel elses. he
question for this yeer tes, 'Resolvedx 'mst the President of the
United States should be elected by the Direet Vote of the people!
These students are sham taking part in e debate eeeeion.
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Shawn above, proudIL7 wearing their new green and white unifoms, is the
concert band. In the Upper right-hand corner is the brass quartette. They
are: Willa Jean Glover, Jerry Swearingen, Vincent Fromke, and George Mayberry.
Seen along with the marching band at all the football games and other
events of the school and community are the twirlers. They are: Barham Harsh,
Roberta Robinson, Pat Rusch, Mary Kay Moore, June Teague, and Martha Pender-
Approximately forty enroll each year in Dr-iver's Education. The .-
students not only learn how to drive carefully, but they are given I J ' fp
instructions in the mechanics of the machine. Shown here is a problem "
in parallel parking in a downtown area. 0 5 XE'
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'ms Science department consists of classes in physics, biolog, and
Central science. lr. Young is shown in a typical classroom scene explaining
s problem in the separation of liquids by distillation.
Od! modern home economics cottage consists of s four-unit kitchen,
dining room, sewing room, bath roon, li-ring room, and ample storage
The girls above are practicing some oi the principles of
A under the guidance of tnelr instructor, Mi-ee
d nt, 'dluxa Jean Brox-my
Club Officers are: P1-eel e
e' Secretary, Betty Helen,
' BDp0r5er, 'Hills Jean Glover,
ry K. Hunterg Else
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Vice-Yre eldent, Mary Kay Moor ,
Joann Homang Historian, Nyce Henry,
Parllenenteriau, Alice Jones, and song, Leader, 168
'Yhe1nB Murray, advisor. Willa Jean Glover ls also the pres
our Sub-district of Missouri.
Each boy has his own project and many h ve won prizes and ribbons at
the fairs and other shows in which they participated. Five Judging teams
won in the district, and four qualified in the state. Three of the four
participating teams received group one ratings. The Field Crops Team won
lst place. Bob Marshall placed third in the di.Lrict Public Speaking Con-
The F. F. A. officers are: Bryan Berry, Presidentg Joe Dahlman, Vice
Presidentg Bob Marshall, Secretaryg James Stearns, Treasurerg Joe Moore,
Rsporterg and Mr. Lyle Houk, Supervisor.
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ner high school P. T. A.
A gms played be-
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lu Ihaley and his efficient
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The Basketball HBH Team shown above played lb games, winning 6 and
losing 8. They fought hard and showed good sportsmanship all the way.
We are proud of our Football Squads. Not only did they learn how to
play football, but they met new friends along with learning how to win
and lose. With all the equipment to be taken care of and ankles to be
taped, the squad needed three managers, Ronnie Graham, Jerry Swearingen
and William Patrick.
The school also takes an active part in the Big n8U Track, Tennis,
J. C. Briedenstein
The graduating class, nu bering 71, has been active in
activities such as pep club athletics m
, , usic, F. F. A., and
F. H. A. They worked diligently during the annual All School
Party and put their candidates, Wanda Bolin and Willis Meyer,
on the throne.
The class officers are Joe Dahlman, President, Betty Hulen,
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resi e , ands Bolin, Secretary-Treasurer, and Ronnie
Graham, Student Council Representative. The sponsors a
Austin and Mr. Houk.
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J. E. ."M Jackson
Jim y Evatt
Emma Jean Wilmoth
Norma Lee Leath
Jesse Lee Ross
The Junior class is the largest in school with 86
members. The year has been one full of activities with
their class play and the Junior-Senior banquet holding
the spotlight of memories.
The officers ere: Martin Quade, Presidentg Richard
Neely, Vice Presidentg Dick Larson, Secretary-Treasurer
and Joe Moore, Student Council Representative.
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Otta Lee Wallen
Ada M. Chandler
Willa J. Glover
C. W. Matthews
Mary Kay Hunter
Many of these 69 Sophomores have
been active in sports music, and other
activities of the school. They look
forward with much interest to the last
half of their high school life. The
class officers are: Pres., J. D. Brie-
densteing Vice Pres., Barbara Samuels,
Sec'y, Gary Weaver, Student Council
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have displayed much interest and pep in school life.
They sold more tickets to the school party than any
other class. Their class is well represented in
debate and other activities. Class officers shown
above are: President, Helen Quadeg Vice-President,
Cecil Settleg Secretary and Treasurer, Roberta
Robinson, Representative, Mary Kay Moore.
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high school. This industrious group
was steered safely through the year by
Miss Jones and Mr. Shollenburger. They
helped elect their candidate, Charlene
Selvey, queen of the Mt. Vernon Hallowe'en
Festival. Class officers are: Pres., Peggy
Freitagg Vice Pres., Eddie Mosherg Sec'y-
Treas., Shirley Roethemeirg Rep., B. Bauman.
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Lila Washburn, Carroll Patrick, Verna Kay Baugh, Ellen Herndon, Robert Manlove,
Kay Young, Leroy Gaunt, Beverly Barnes, Sandra Hardy.
Helen Herndon, Joretta Yost, Bobby Evatt, Joan Sharp, Gary Hill, Cecil Buble, Kay
Irwin, Kenton Johnson, Barbara Hadley. '
Marlene. Dennison, Shirley Warnaca, Patricia O'Donnell, James Herndon, Elvin Hood,
Gary Weaver, Hartha Carl, Sue Bassore, Jerry Parton.
Roy Robinson, August Gardner, Wilburn Buehler, Viola Lind, Peggy Daugherty, Jerry
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Mulene Stearns, Teddy Morris, Margaret Johnson, Judy Ford, Leroy Spellman, Delores
Sue Wiese, Sarah Ann Jaques.
Sherry Ann Brown, Ronald Dunton, Patty Pendergrass, Sonya Gwynn, Donna K. French,
Donna Sue Willard, Wayne Bolin, Georgellen Ramey, Jimy Dale Barnes.
Roger Woods, Ruby Jarrett, Donnie Latham, Norma Ledia Yancey, Gary Norton, Eliza-
beth Manlove, Carl Holmes, Stephen Mesley, Leroy Brimer.
Danny Gaunt, Regina Combs, Gene Garringer, Karen Ann Warren, Carolyn Swearingen,
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Russell Campbell, Janesxirk Hunt, Geneva Underhill , William Harold Hieswmkel,
Joe Wayne Perriman, Sue Catts, Jeryl.-. Block, Mary Pruitt.
Friday night, October
28, Lucille Hendricks
was crowned football
queen of Mt. Vernon High
School for 1950, by the
captain of the team,
Harold Gillingham, who
presented her with the
traditional kiss. Her
attendants were: Roberta
Robinson, Waunita Riley,
Jo Ann Holman, and Norma
gy ?aA K
At the Annual
All School Party,
January 23, Wanda
Bolin was crowned
queen of the 1950
escort was Willis
and their escorts
were: Loyce and
Dick Henry from
the Junior claaeg
Paulne Keatts and
McClain and Jack
and Peggy Freitag
and Eddie Mosher,
This year at the Annual Barnwarmin'
for the F. F. A. and F. H. A., Mary
Kay Moore reigned as Chapter Sweet-
heart. She was crowned and given the
traditional kiss by the manager, Joe
Dahlman. Later, she was presented
with a Chapter Sweetheart jacket.
Charlene Selvey reigned as queen
over the Mt. Vernon Ha1lowe'en Festi-
val. It was sponsored by the Junior
Chamber of Commerce with the help of
the school. The Annual Staff had a
hot dog stand at the affair and the
proceeds helped to finance the
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Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boys
The Guernsey Judging team above did outstanding
work in the Veterans' Agricultural Program which is
under the direction of Kenneth Morris and Wray R.
Reeves, Itinerant instructors. Imogene Brune is
the secretary to the course at M. V. H. S.
The Junior Class Play THE READY MADE FAMILY, by Jay
Tobias, was a huge success financially, as well as
from the standpoint of entertainment. The cast was
well chosen and their acting was excellent. The
characters were as follows:
Henry Turner . . . C. W. Matthews
Sammy Turner . . . Roy Jean Carter
Doris Turner . . . Pat Bassore
Agnes Martin . . . Carolyn Rathman
Gracie Martin. . . Willa Jean Glover
Marilee Martin . . Alice Jones
Bob Martin . . . . John Furgason
Lydia Martin . . . , . . . Loretta Irwin
Of course it takes some good sponsors and student
directors to make the characters function, so Mrs.
Blakey, Mr. Carl, Twyla Rosebrough, and Mary Kay
Hunter were responsible for much of the success of the
play. The play was held December 7 and 8, with capa-
city crowds both nights.
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Pep Squad and Cheer Leaders. Most of these took active part in all games
How's you all feelin' tonight?
King and Queen
Teachers are fun
Brides and Grooms
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