Mount Vernon Township High School - Vernois Yearbook (Mount Vernon, IL)

 - Class of 1960

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W nw' MJ' Q96 TO NSHIA If M Zo A ' 1 li 'Wfiisxinp '11' gf, 3 Ll A 5 " 'Q f V452 4 SJ BX MOUNT vefwos was yxxfw ILLINOU5 Y' WWW wi' ifm X w?'ylGJf'NV QQ? W ' LS if vja h fiwigwixg MF Jwjwg Wy yy MT vERNoN TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL ily! M v III NAME AAA-Joi-IN s. sossnr, REP. ALsERT's U w. c. ALLEN, PHILLIPS 66 olsr. ALTA SEAL STORM WINDOW AND AWNING COMPANY AMERICAN LEGION POST 141 ANSORGE DISTRIBUTING CO. ARENSMAN'S SHOE STORE BEAUTY NOOK BENOIST BROS. ACE HARDWARE BIGHAM ICE G' COAL E. BLANKINSHIP fr CO., INC. BOWEN Z1 BREHM IMPLEMENT CO. BRACY FOOD STORES BREHM-HANNA CHEVROLET BUTCH'S CLIFF CAMPBELL SIGNS CANTER DRILLING COMPANY CARP'S DEPARTMENT STORE CLAUDE'S SHELL SERVICE COLLINS BROS. OIL COMPANY COLLINS CLEANERS COURTNEY'S MAYFLOWER MOVING AND STORAGE SERVICE DELO PHOTO CRAFT DIXIE MILLS COMPANY DOUGLAS DRUG DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY DU QUOIN COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. EAST SIDE LUMBER CO. ELLIS' FINE FOODS EPPERSON, DR. E. B. FARTHING 5' MOSS SHELL SERVICE FAY'S BEAUTY SHOP FORD NATIONAL AUTO SUPPLY, INC. BEN FRANKLIN STORE GATEWOOD G' FIELD, ARCHITECTS GINGHAM KITCHEN TED GLASS, GEOLOGIST GLASSMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE GRANT, DR. WM. A. GREEN GATES FARM GREYHOUND BUS STATION HAWKINS INSURANCE SERVICE HAWKINS MILLION DOLLAR HEN, INC. Sponsors ADDRESS 1110 Main Street 914 Main Street 266 3rd Street 1703 Perkins Avenue 816 Main Street Benton Road 112 S. 9th Street 113V2 S. 10th Street 10th and Broadway 911 S. 13th Street 801 Broadway Avenue Waltonville Road Salem Road 331 S. 7th Street 1701 S. 14th Street 715 Main Street 204 S. 9rh Street 10th and Perkins Mitchell Building 112 S. 11th Street 1204 S. 10th Street 820 Main Street 238 E. Main Street 107 S. 10th Street 1402 S. 10th Street Box 182, Du Quoin 406 Main Street 207 S. 10th Street 727 Broadway 14th and Broadway 420 S. 19th Street 801 Casey Avenue East Side of Square 1009 Broadway 306 Perkins 1005 Main Street 104 S. 9th Street 328 S. 10th Street 814 Main Street R. R. No. 4 225 N. 10th Street Texico, Illinois P. O. Box 216 -1 PAGE PHONE SPONSORED 2-1242,3 1 4-3736 2 2-4466 3 4-2708 4 2-4561 5 2-1678 6 4-0698 7 2-1856 8 2-0344 9 2-0319 10 2-5040 1 1 2-1 1 19 12, 13, 15 4-3120 16, 17, 2-3579 19 2-3140 20 2-4644 21 4-0240 22 2-9813 23 4-1093 24 4-0363 25 2-1001 26 2-6280 27 2-0016 28 2-0064 29 2-1212 30 31 2-1524 32 2-9827 33 2-5690 34 2-2467 35 2-5897 36 4-0720 . 37 2-4850 38 2-5620 39 2-9749 40 2-1887 41 4-0612 42 2-1 101 43 4-1089 44 2-4575 45 4-2167 46 Dix 11 12 47 4-1404 48 .Lf ,lu ,J ' J' 1-Cl' :Uv 5' lw llv' 'U f 3 'N , 1 I I .1 A ,U v 5 Aff' rx ,M ,IV 'jo Jl A Viv y' F 40,4 Q It Up lkpqflllbb T gl. VILJVI . wr' WMU- 'wif Ll' ll' ,f ' L' tl, lu, ' N 4 .v wr Sponsors ' WH M T 'BULL' '-IKM! W uf Who J uw AM, Y I I ,f,,fIfl'!R my A Rf J' JL x NAME -ff ',' -I ADDRESS HAWKINS OFFICE SUPPLY H Er H PLUMBING HINMAN 8' WARD INSURANCE CO. HOLLYWOOD STYLE SHOP HOLMAN MOTOR CO. HOSIERY 6' INFANTS SHOP HURST, DR. C. H. HUTCHISON'S FRUIT STAND ILLINOIS LEASE OPERATING CO. INA STATE BANK INDEPENDENT THRIFTY STORES M. E. JACKSON, JEWELER EARL D. JAMISON JAX COAL COMPANY JEFFERSON ASPHALT COMPANY JEFFERSON COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. JEFFERSON COUNTY DENTAL SOCIETY JEFFERSON LUMBER COMPANY JEFFERSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL JOHNNYE JR. DRESSES-SUSAN SHOP JOHNSON'S INSURANCE AGENCY KAMPER SKELGAS 8 APPLIANCE . KELLEY'S BOWL KING CITY FEDERAL LAIRD JEWELERS . TED LINDSAY, DRILLING CONTRACTOR AND OIL PRODUCER L G N CAFE JOHN LOSS PLASTERING CO. THE LURA FLOWER SHOP MORGAN WHOLESALE FLORISTS JACK McDONALD SALES 8' SERVICE MACK'S PIZZA HOUSE X THE MAMMOTH DEPARTMENT STORE MANlON'S APPLIANCE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL PHARMACY MIDSTATE CHEMICAL CO., INC. MODE O'DAY CORP. DR. ALSON MODERT ' " on. A. w. MooERT Moons MOTORS LoYAi. okosk or Moose - MR. ooNALo A. MORGAN, GEOLOGIST Mom. MT. vERNoN MT. vEnNoN cAs MT. vERNoN GLASS coMPANY 906 Main Street 1233 Tolle Road 426-7 Rogers Building 116 S. 9th Street 215 N. 10th Street 1008 Main Street 1104 Jordan Street North Salem Road Carter Bldg., Ashley Rd. Ina, Illinois South Side of Square 1116 Main Street 18th Cr Waterworks Rd. 1209 Casey 107Vz 10th Street 13th G' Broadway 909 Shawnee Street 922 Main Street 313B 10th Street 105 9th Street 218 Main Street 117 N. 10th Sfreer 1007 Broadway 205 City Hall Building 1500 Main Street 7 Adams Court 808 S. 17th Street Benton Road Ashsley Road 901 Broadway 223 S. 9th Street 909 Shawnee Street Waltonville Road 16th and,Herbert 15 Northbrook Drive 909 Shawnee 1305 S. 19th Street 800 Broadway Hotel Emmerson 800 E. Main Street 829 Broadway Salem Road PAGE PHONE SPONSORED 2-1369 49 4-0665 50 4-3224 51 4-1099 52 2-0264 53 2-2285 54 2-2875 55 Dix 1822 56 2-0807 57, 58, 59 HE 7-2125 60 61 4-1485 62 2-0372 63 2-2110 64 4-0500 65 4-1519 66 67 4-0621 68, 69, 70 2-3400 71, 72, 73 4-1422 74 2-0955 75 4-0916 76 2-0802 77 2-5200 78 2-1433 79 2-5425 80 2-2035 81 2-3540 82 2-4921 83 2-6250 84 2-2776 85 2-6465 86 2-1227 87 4-0209 88 2-4310 89 2-1090 90 2-2855 91 4-1234 92 2-3642 93 2-41 10 94 2-2950 95 2-3551 96, 97, 98 2-4100 99 2-0182 100 NAME MT. VERNON BUILDING fr LOAN ASSOCIATION MT. VERNON LUMBER CO. MT. VERNON ONE HOUR MARTINIZING CLEANERS MT. VERNON REGISTER NEWS MT. VERNON TRANSFER CO. MUSGROVE SHOE STORE MYERS FUNERAL SERVICE NEAL BROS. ROOFING CO. FRANK B. NEAL REAL ESTATE Cr INSURANCE NIEKRENZ LANDSCAPING PAGE INSURANCE AGENCY DR AND MRS w G PARKER PAUL s STANDARD SERVICE PEERS SMART SHOP PEP DRILLING co aww, Sponsors ADDRESS 112 N. 10th Street 318 S. 9th Street 1006 Main 112 N. 9th Street 715 Opdyke Avenue 916 Main Street 122 N. Tenth Street 421 Broadway 128 N. 9th Street Ashley Road Dix, Illinois 2124 Perkins 323 N. 9th Street 14th and Main Streets 114 N. 9th Street 1002 Main Street THE PRESCRIPTION SHOPZZQA7 l 1010 Main Street OSBORNS' WAI PULLEY FUNER 3.1 n Street REMNANT HOUSE WALTER RHODES USED CARS ROSS DRUGS ROTH'S DAIRY COMPANY, INC. SCHROEDER'S WHOLESALE MEAT CO. SEARS, ROEBUCK 8' CO. AMOS F. SMITH TRUCKING CO. STEWART OIL COMPANY STRICKLAND OIL COMPANY STROUP CONSTRUCTION COMPANY THE SUB SUSAN SHOP TURNER ROEHM POST No. 4, AMVETS UPTOWN LAUNDROMAT J. V. WALKER 8' SONS, INC. WELBORN Cr CARR INSURANCE AGENCY W. G. MOTORS, INC. E. F. WIELT PLUMBING 8' ELECTRIC D. H. WISE CLOTHING COMPANY MR. AND MRS. DONALD N. WOOD DR. AND MRS. EDWIN S. WOOD 115 N. 10th Street 807 Salem Road 10th and Broadway 820 Harrison 516 S. 7th Street 111 N. 11th Street 1301 Perkins 908V2 Main Street 1006 Jordan Dix, Illinois 1000 Main Street 922 Main Street 13th and Main 224 N. 11th Street 120 S. 9th Street 1 1 1 1 Broadway 513 S. 10th Street 116 N. 9th Street 100 S. 9th Street 1108 Main Street 112 N.11th Street PAGE PHONE SPONSORED 2-0586 101 4-0028 102, 103, 4 2-4949 105 2-0117 106,107,108 2-0288 109 2-4065 110 2-0604 1 1 1 2-0805 1 12 2-4930 113 2-1603 1 14 28-R-3 1 15 2-5191 1 16 2-2191 1 17 2-9736 1 18 4-0263 119 2-2205 120 2-0375 121 2-3348 122 2-5554 123 4-1 160 124 2-1549 125 2-1277 126, 127, 128 2-0272 129 2-3000 130, 131, 132 2-3356 133 4-3754 134 2-4980 135 33 136 137 4-1422 138 2-1375 139 2-3380 140 2-1 161 141 2- 1 190 142 2-6420 143 2-3360 144 2-6150 145 2-3406 146 2-4800 147 Ze 1960 urnoid gay larefien fa: .fdcfiuified CA, el96ll'll'l'lel'l fd . . 66. . . . . .29 59 37 anim . .... 97 uniord . . 131 Sopiomofei . . 149 27,-Maman . . . 169 To the citizens of Mt. VTHS: The staff of the Vernois greets you through the 1960 year- book. We hope you enjoy itg we hope it makes you feel even more a part of your school. You will notice almost immediately that there is no "theme" as such. Really, there arc about sixteen-hundred separate themes. Since each of us is a little different from the others, cach of us sees his high school in a way a little bit different from even his closest friend. But even in division we are to gethcr. This book, with its administration, faculty, and student hodyg its departments, clubs, and activities, is for all of us. I 96 0 Elaine Carbers lljernoio SM!! - - - Editor-i:neChief Linda Goss - Assistant Editor Karen Vaught ---- Copy Editor Barbara Ansley ---- Art Editor Carol and Susan Campbell, Circulation Managers Don Carpenter - - - Business Manager HQ X, QQ. Y -f-...W XP MQ. qw . I' N V . S 'S , Z rf-sf-M' f.. Q 7 f IXIIIIIUR A. lXlll,VVARD, S1I'I7L'VllIlt'lltlCl1I lX'l'I'. VIQHNON 'IUVVNSIIII' IIIUII SCHOOL, COIXIMIINIIY COI I I'l'I' To the Students llii ill-.mile of ilu- 'offs lwroiniscs to living CIILIIIQL' pl in to continue your lorniiil n'cluc.irion. IIICII' is so ali ngv in ilu' lorin ol. pri,gi'css. 'I his lust yczir hiis ihinq wliiuli will ziluxiys ln' with you nn vcluciti lll'U.!5jIlll niuzh Iniulicliriii ol' clixingc. l,I'k'SIClCI1I Iiiscn Ilirough ualuczition wc lciirn to I.IlIKlL'I'SllllIll vaicli otl liouiis visit to xvirious Parts ol' ilu- world anal pair- zinnl to umlwstzinnl pcolvlc in other parts ol' ilu- x i IiL'ul:ii'lv his visft io Iiufasiu, zincl I'i'uiiiiL'i' Kl1TLlSllCl1L'V'S XXX' lczirn to lxnou' iincl to unclLrst.uul otliui' wins ol visit to thu Llnilcml Slailcs xxvim' lop nvws stories clur' living. XVI' learn how to alnwulop :in uncln'i'sl:inc 5 ing this Insist ywir. -lct ziirliiiurs :irc llying to zill lor loyalty :incl lfoi' pursonail i'm'sPonsihilitic's. pziris ol' tlu' worlcl in ai lbw hours. 'lirzivcl hy inzin In our clvinocraitic souivly which wc' iiiliL'i'iln'cl lic inlo oulci' spiiu' suvins lo lic ai inu1l4'r ol' ii yczir or two. our l'U'l'L'l'illlIk'l'S, ccluciilion li is hcnoiiic' ilu- most ini Vllllll llicsz' cvvnls it is olxvious iliiii no inzin, no portant :inrl cssrniinl oluligiilion ol' :ill ol' us. In . f Iicoiiln, no naition -,min stiiml iilonc. .X "Une Ixvorlcln thing you clo. wIiaitL'u'r your czii'ca'i'. you inus iuusi lm' nIcx'L'lop4'nl. .XII rliu Iucolili' ol thu world inust I7L'LIL'L'lvllllf' uith your lcllou nicn. 'I lirouggh caluuition liuirii Io lin' in pc.iu.Iul uifcxistiiiicc. 'I hrough cclucii- you lL'.u'n to clo rliis. Your ccluciition is, tliuix'IorL tha tion it is lmossililm' tv .lL'llIL'YL' this olmjcutiw. Aristotle' lxunclaition lor succcss. sqiiml. ".Xll uho Iiiui- iiiuclitgitcnl oi thi' qirt ol gox'a'i'n Klan' :ill uf you in.ilu' your contrihlltioiis to thc ing iininliincl liaiu' In-I-ii L-oiwim-L-il lliait ilu- lizitc ol u'oi'lal's lui'ogi'cSs, zincl IIYII' :ill ol' you liiin' .1 long II c viiilmiivs Qlclmumls on ilu- czlucution ol' youth." siiircs'-liiil liuturc. 'I his is wry lrua' loiliiy. Iioi' thosc ol' you with your ,xml Iugli school In-Iiiiul you, zincl lor lhosm' ol' you who iur A. Milw I 5 Y, . k ,- ,K Hagan! lr an V ' ,wg , A A25 Q -5 gpf' 1: WJ M ,sn 5 ,J is if 6 5 Q if 'fig if w 'ii his 1 f A 53 X at I A. if A km J Q 'M 6 if . Q52 W I' if , , 1? gk ,WY , M, -V U ' --B - QQ.-, M. . X Q53-11,1 . - :,y:6g:c,.gwQ-. ' . , .. : N wi, -, .N x N. ZA, ' iilfzisl -5 A :sk V ,,, -N, 1, , ,X ,, ,kykvmw s 2, QQ . Ck gm Q fl K wa 9, . JP MVN SLN 'eww K ' f p Q 'SEQ Q Q Q 53" 1521 M X gi fa X - A V I S K -x .mf xf' W A . , q l1Q l b f 5' lb' 1 4, I-. U 2.54. 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W ' K 2. -v W A , in 'I f" Q- W A an li? ff 6 ix we K. 5.52 wk 2 mi A 37 f ,M f I 5 4 .. nz ' Q 0 L',l'1u 'llie asscmlmly prograins give luoth enter- tainment and goals to work toward. In a Veterans' Day prograin, the lVlt. Vernon lmvnsliip Iligh School reccivccl a plaque mln Appreciation and recognition of outstand- ing service to Jefferson Clhnerican Lcgionl Post l4l." The award came to thc school in honor ol' teachers Harold nl. Hutchins and Scott' P. Gill who started the legion hall team, anal ll. C. Crilffith and Charles C. Bourlantl who fur many years have hacl charge of plan- ning legion assemblies. School Would Be Pretty Tiring Without Special Events One highlight of the Velerons' Day assembly, the Larry Cloy, Frank Curr, Hurry Lynn Shields, Ronnie "Yankee Doodle Dandies"-Ed Wheeler, Mike Rainey, Wright. nl To Break the Work I Vi' I XX S 2 A 5,56 rg L if 0 I -1 ,f 4' 7? v J Q f' P-Zinc uf' tlw must cuvctcal honors is tluv A LII LD nu x lun V ,- LC 'cm SUPIIUIIN rcs - iff Uirls :mal two buys Luc y LII V -XC! kj? rcLuL311ts5El'g, 1131? Znudslnigpj IMnry nn It I 3 , rom . 5 JXP ' 'X J fN 13 f af K G 2' J X A3 A Y E rx K J X XY! .X QQ J T5 D J j X H , as ab if T5 fi w X5 5 A 55, N l W x X 'ds' I I V, Xxjj MJ--5 LII QS, fit right: Ann Clumcj' and Linda 1.0111111111 receive a chapter award froin the Illinois iiill1kL'l'S, Assnciatimi. The award is givcn for the must outstumliiig cliuptcr in unch scction of the statc. Belmvz Mr. iJLll'C'S history class listens intent' ly to directions for czrclcring senior pictures: i11 lnwcr picturc, assistants plan tia1y's work. Mt. VTHS Offers Activities That Can Appeal to Everyoneg -In L55 V4 5- K 4' . ' A ., ? ww W , X 1 , Q ., ' . Q 4 , f- W! I ' W . r X, N . - , , ,. Kff,ffw1,4 - ' "' W , , ' i ' k 6 Q1 aff T Y ,. ex 5 . 1 3 ' JQ .Og-J, f- M 'Z 1' ,J if sl I' Xl 5,3339 V F , ef 2 'N . -W. .1 , X X , x w L A if r fx Ni 4 ' an W, Egg? M " Q ' 'Q i , , I Q J '-'. ' 12 A M A-f 3' Q : a 5 " 7 - - Q 9' f'ff, f5 1 g W Q ,, A A rg 3 g We Q filgfx M V, A if F953 ,A . If Magik 8 Q... ,, ,K A Aft 'K W'..L,,-3- vs-46,2 -x' Wi" ' W Q X '46-1 'P D W 'S vii-0 if NMA 1 Ml ini J x Some of the loveliest evenings of the year are the dances. But before those evenings there must he planning, deeurf ating, committee wurlx. -4.....g, A 4-M... Q K The Biggest Night of All - The Junior-Senior Prom K E Nga 'yi i t 1 AM.,-X Q. .M 1 MRM 'fy QS K A W-1 W f ,Q M I b f x Y Ng X is Y W, -Y. . 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His knowledge of his subject and his ready humor made him a popular teacher, Ile served approximately ten years as administrative assistant, and is remembered for the friendliness and consideration with which he exercised discipline and Control. During his last two years in our school he gave to the student body an example ot' courage that will long he remembered. ii x C11-orgc' Kuhn, fxll1lIfIliSf7't11il78 fxSSiSftIlIlT Administration Miss lldith Culcs, licgisim' ,.,,.,,,I Ai Mrs. lk-tty lung, Secretary Mrs. ,lLll1iCL' XfViIli:1ms, Secrctm'y 26 gm llmvnrd Innes. XvUL'lIliOHllI Director Mrs. ,luzmita Upton, Scc1'c'ml'y Ilmmrd Rnwlilwsun, CQllit1lllIL'L' Dirccior Members of the Boord ot Education ot the Mt. Vernon Town- ship High School and Community College assemble for the regular monthly meeting. From left: Mrs. Helen Turner, Presi- dent, Miss Edith Cates, Secretory, Paul Fitch, School Treasurer, .-w---...,, - -H31 Q Clarence McCaully, D. M. Rutherford, Gilbert Wood, George Heidenreich, Ben Martin, Jr., Guy Wood, Jr., Arthur Milwarcl, Superintendent, Mt. Vernon Township High School and Commun- ity College, Board of Education Mt. Vernon Township High School Community College 'lliis sclmuol tlistrirt lins lmccn vxtrclncly ftirtunntc in liziving outstnmling, pulilic-spiritccl lutlivs and gon' llL'lllL'l1 st'1'x'c ns niutnlwrs ul' its lwztrcls ul' cduczltion llinmugli tlic ycairs. 'liliis t'c.1r's licmrnl is no exception. Sulttttl tlistricts tlirouglmmlt tlit' state rcucivc their .iutliorits to opt-nite srlmzzls tltmugli tlit' laws illill stattutvs zlcloptctl hy tlic lllinois Cciicrnl ASSCllll7iy'. ln rmtlici' wurcls, pulilic sclmol ccluczition in lllinuis is ll iunctiun ul' tht- stutc. llc1wct't'r, lmrozitl powers nrt' given Int-til lmarcls of ccltlczitinn lay tlic Ccncrul Assctne lily. llcncc, tltt- typo ot' cducxitiunul opportunities iuuml in at selmnl tlistrict is tlcpcnclcnt upon the plii- losophy ul' the lllL'lDl3-CTS of its Innnrtl of ccluczitirm. 'liltis st-lmnl tlistrict lizls liccn lnlvssccl with ftirwnrcl- luulting citizens who lizlvc ulvt-rt-tl cxccllcnt sc-lmnl lttmt-tl lllL'l1tl7CI'S. :intl wlm lmvt- lvccn willing to pity Ltxus to ll1SLlIiL' tht- best kind til cclucntiun pussilmlc lin' tlxc- stuclcnts ol' the liiglx st-lwul, wilt-gc, and ntltilt pnmgrmns. ,Al-, ts... Ah Mrs. Helen Turner, President of the Board of Education, in informal conversation with Miss Claudio Price, Presi- dent ot the MT. VTHS Student Council. N-ff 1" ' 28 National Honor Society Row 1: Linda Ann Goss, Ruth Ann Woodrome, Elaine Hilda Gar- Ann bers, Loretta Marie Clinton, Claudia Joan Price, Patricia Fitch. Row 2: Bette Lou Gruenwald, Sandra Kay Roderick, Ger- Arla aldine Cooksey, Maiorie Mylius, Sonda Genitee Page, Harriet Hauk. Row 3: David Harry McMullen, Dennis Randall Best, Edward Joseph Ohms, larry Lavern Burkett, Glenn Ellis Moore, Jr., Sue Ann Hester. Row 4: Donald Dale Carpenter, Frank Welborn Carr, Laurence Patrick McCarthy, John Robert Furby, Glenn loban Cross, Gary William Sneed, Marshall Weldon Highsmith. X '. . 1 .fl 'If Q I 4 h ' .' ., -ffl -, ' ' ' I ty W Adv 5 , . ' , - , 1 I . If r ,v ,V , . . - J, ' ' 4 1 4. ' ,. . U. . Q I 4 A "1 gleolge ifrtglselfjo ujhhald lfilgli 10'l:M'?90S6S of this , ' ' ' -' society 'to which I lmye lf1qen,electeol,fst1'1.1fmg-Q4 gverj' . 4' " l wily, by word anal Lleeol, fo iiialze its ideals the izlenls f of my school and life." I f' if' ' 1' ' ,-, - 1 4 .j' ,4 ,, " -I-4, I ,, K '- V' 'J - 4 Seniors Permitted to take this pledge 'arc thosefwho have been chosen to receive thc highest honor the school can bestow. N0 more than ten percent of the graduating class can receive this honor. Selection is through faculty election and is hnsed, on thc four qualities: scholarship, leadership, character, and service. f 7 f iffzffwf 1 " ' Af 4' 27 'fN:97c, A A y Ji J7 M A 5 LL? 'f 4 gf 2 Lif Kb , ' fjylf J ,'-, ,1 MT 53808 yc.C1,C1LZA ,,," ' 1 Trttuik ,wing A :IL 'SLK wus J I Jayb W X, O L .. ,f 1 KV, jf! Q Cigjyzgyfy df 1 Z 6145 pa , 7 ,. , C Cl-'C Y' fl V Zfztwrr Qufizfzd Q QQ f f f , +f.""+ Q30 C! , J , f ny, fzff!Zw.47ZW ' ...., ,ffffffwcf A qdwh qw.: C 5? fldfi f fgcf " Zac W CX 7 J, S6450 ur. muon rvkviuzr , E G UI-A R Nl PEM, ll: nw, WI QEGUL4 1? 0 RfQJZ.Z0Li.fgHff R SEASON UN :non rawnsmt HIGH nzsuum season A1'uL!'NC 5-ruoezm BOOK -an as man wiht! W' WWW nut 99" ll! wi QI Ulf!!! IM WN STULAR grit? lg-ten MNH A m T T I UD ILE ll :ISDN 151513-nsook i ,. ll C? CLKZVM Q I, TIVITI nson avuwroc GIVES 3.50 BOOK 5, umm ea MNH hiugd fig. ,V V ,QV X 4 VERIIUI WW ES IIS Rtmium an . STUDENT, n:,':"l U 'Ulu nt I Im -fm -f...'2 ff fix? Junior-Senior Prom Attendants I959 ANN CIHANEY PM' l IOLIXIAN RUTH ANN XVOODHOME C1,AumA PRICE l,o1xE'1'TA CILINTON SUSAN CIAMPBELL Miss Mary I ynn11 Mvttul'n i1vI1, PITIITI Ull'lPlFl1 .405 Naw- s 5 A' X . S' :QMS N' ' - -.ffm 'U V ,rr 6,6 Q ,, M Ages! fx is 5 .km V' L my Q: A a Yi YW IWW. " V 5 'Isfi' 'fi ' 'Eb' ., A Q- .:: jgg -f.-, ,f" Q SRU' New 'S i 2 S 'Q -if fm-Q W3 T w X Z 11 1-1-pg: 1 I ' sq? Mill? 1 . 215 151' 3, 11. .ws , -fzzgf I 1 W ff 1 I -aw , -uw 'han Q : H - A ,N , , 5 i F , 4' 'M 3 x ' V 9 vnu uns .39 -A-jr My rf - ltr W r H Qgxqii ,gn g - , . , K Rvumwo 2 ii ggi if J .. 4 Twp as 'Q' ill. ,ji 'Y , M Twp .E i lt J rags -Q-..,, Row lr Eddie Hogan, Mike Murphy, Pete Komasa, Donald Rector, Pat Mossholder, Willie Rodgers, Cole- John Moore, Samuel Caldwell, Dan Basham, Richard DeMent, Fred Sobery, Hamilton McCowen, Tom Carlton, Leon Simmons, Kenny Hunt, Dee Rutherford. Row 3: Coach Chornak, Harry Gant, Richard Clark, Danny Jones, Ted Phelps, Mike Thurn, Vincent York, Lee Yearwood, Lynn Snyder, Bob Neal, Don Reed, Larry Clay. man Carradine, James Peoples, Leon Hall, Bill Moore, Robert Cooper, Manager. Row 2: Coach Hutchins, lilfh lU1BQ ii i" ' Eugene Lewis, Mike Waters, Bob Wolter. Row 2: John Hungate, Lynn Snyder, John Snodsmith, John Boyd, Larry Karch, Buddy Peek, Bob Holtman, Kenneth Hall, Jim Skelton, Coach Thomas, Bill Shehorn, Manager, Coach Gill. Row 1: Bill DeMent, Bob Setzekorn, Mike McClure, David Keen, Harry Lynn Shields, Coleman Carradine, "Puff, puff, puffl" Lynn Snyder, Bob Neal, Jimmy Peoples, and Lee Yearwood, members of the Mt. VTHS track team, practice running during after-school hours. "Let 'er fly," cries big Charlie Emmons as he prepares to heave the shot put, a heavy, round, iron ball used in a track event. ,mlm Q Q... 5 FZ G -H ' , .--::.s-az, 1 mists ,- 395 www? 1. 22' 4 ? C 15 'S 5, 'W ' I f R . .ng .Mvwvmw 'P fi' U, 5 is 2 mm B 1 EK 'M Q, 4, 23 in 3 'M O 1 Varsity Basketball Nashville - - Fairfield - - Salem - - - Centralia - - Alton - - - Benton - - - West Frankfort Holiday Tourney, Final Harrisburg - Herrin - - - Harrisburg - Varsity Sparta - - - Herrin - - - West Frankfort Harrisburg - Fairfield - - 3l Mt. Vernon 49 .. .. 48 .. .. 54 66 57 66 BI 67 69 Football 12 .. ., 7 O 6 0 Centralia - - Benton - - - Attucks - - - Springfield - West Frankfort Marion - - - Herrin - - - Salem - - - Harrisburg - Mt. Carmel - Marion - - A Marian - - - Benton - V - Centralia - - Salem - - - Varsity Season Record 58 73 86 73 65 58 58 64 76 99 63 66 25 6 , 13 W Holtman fights for basket. Varsity cheerleaders meet for informal session at Carol CampbeIl'sg Varsity team practices for big game. T. HE Qyfyqmuwwwwm B. NEAL D. Mc. VEY J.WO0LEY E. SNUTH 2' i A R oSNos K HUNT mb YEARWODD SHaeu.os Aircon 9. scrzrcoma F. Frxuuanrn C -, 'X . , . "1 A , HX, ' X . gi,-gs 1 vi' thy! . ' ,, QW ,,1-. .1 ' ,, ,, 1. M H ' Q rf l ' a i", Za hi wx- ,X K , V I x . E . ' " 501 K W'f',gZ5 Silk, A 2 , L. man L- CLAY , 1: Q J A l A ' 9 1 R RD. KEEN my 'fps-Q, ff 1 12 'M mm 332 MY 'grfmvgm K-gf if if! 'A Q c.cARRooms . W 'A "" 11 -- Q f Qlll ,. .. Z ' , D. RUTHERH' 1'-A x Ar ,Vi ' .A Q, ' WQWQ 5-A 5 A fig' 3'3" Y'-ff V1 5- R fig., .E mv Y H ' "" " llalgi 5 . i J' FLEWNG , Af' R- PAY Q- A .. Lk , , ' M' jfiffffijg , I-.Y -V Tai- -04 ' Q u , fL if , - ,q x I Af ,Qi 1 4: ., Q' 1 wi I ' .V R. women W : V 1 351 .1 H , ' 4 t 1 - 1' x Y , ,, , 19' jf T J' dk ' -qi v 1 g ' 0. GREEN ' If W ' I I 1 if h ,A J , H J a ' ,Q Q u mm A' ' f , ' f . x D M, , xx. ILWARD f? r i 1 4' ' A K, 1 V 1 wg, I X - ,nl L M Y ,. 1, R 1 . n V' 3 .,.-- N -H ' ' ' ' v "f - if f 2, If V ' i '1 I 14 '-AA V V A9 x ku , 7 P, oownev 11 C J. susuonn a' ,,i- W, U q :QW F 5 In ,-,': 5' as wk . .' X Q- :', X, Q K J' A ' " 4 f V ' f s Y Nr. 219 5" qrt' M , .g .Qx ,fwvfx :M 1 B. G. CLARK - D. MURPHY So phomore Football Freshman Football Row lr Larry Cooper, Charles Ladd, Gene Davis, Richard Richards, David Thomas, Jim Gaines, Carl Tubbesing, Mr. Hutchins, coach. Row 2: Arthur Black, Nipper Milward, Charles Gregory, Brian Courtney, Gary Simmons, Mike McClure, David Woods, James Arnold, Mike Jones. Row 3: Redmond Ryan, Tom Duncan, Marvin Rightnowar, Ted Phelps, Terrell Sharp, Danny Jones, Roger Yates, Sam Mateer, Mr. Gill, coach. Row 4: Hamilton McCowan, Rickey Mason, Harry Pogue, Keith McCutcheon, Dan Basham, Bill Moore, John Snodsmith, Harold Smith, Roger Wood- rome. Row 1: Danny Gant, Darrell Yearwood, Jerry Schill. Row 2: Wilburn Warner, Steven Crenshaw, Benny Badgett, Ted Atkinson, Eugene Clinton, Mike Atkinson, Jerry Taylor, Bob Hastings. Row 3: Roger Higgins, Gary Greene, Wil- liam Plater, Paul Brumley, Paul Wicks, Tom Long, Terry Moore, Bob Fitzgerrells, Jerry Harlow. Row 4: Jim Wil- liams, Bob Hayes, Larry Wright, Rossen Simpson, Harlan Foster, Bill Shaw, Kenneth Lee, John Logan, Laeton Fields. Row 5: Kenny Hall, Bill Hood, Mike Gresham, Charles Brickey, Allen Hurt, Bill Staley, Jerry Harmon, Stewart Webb, Mr. Lee, Mr. Shields. The bonfire and c cheer by Widney Wood. llolncciuningi Sincc 1955 ti highlight ol' the Autumn nt hit. VVIAHS. :mtl this YCLII' tht' higgust cwr. Rztiiyilig hchinti tht- stucicnt Council, thc stucicnt hucij' piungctl into .1 thrct' tiny wcckcnti ui' activity. Un ilhursduy night, Ocluhvr 29, czinic the pzirzitic. 'liht' first iiluziti Vifith it wcrc humis, tlticclis, tcum. stutivnts. All wont to thc iuuthtill fit-ld for il himiirc and thcn to thc Iii-'iiri IIAIIIUXYCCII Party tit tht' girls' ggytn. Fritiiy night was tht, hig game. NVQ Playa-ti tht- lit-nton liungcrs :mai wcm 26-O. Sttlurtiziy hmught thc' semi iilll'I1Hli LIZIHCL' lu which Cllllll' stucicnts, i'2lL'Llify, :mtl alumni. Co-captains Bob Neal and Jock Milward plan strategy. The first float of Mt, VTHS. mf Homecoming, I959 W .E gi R 2 F0073-, xxx Homecoming The Queen's Dance-"Bali Hai Football captain Bob Neal crowns Queen Ruth Ann as her escort, Lee Year- wood, and crown - bearer, Eric Anderson, look on. The Queen's Court Miss Claudia Price Miss Betty Carpenter Miss Ann Chaney Miss Pat Smalley Ronnie Becker Dove Fredricks Larry Sledge Ted Pilson 40 ,J A ...X Miss Ruth Ann Wmnlrmm 1959 Hulnecuming Queen THE MIKADO The combined effort of Music, Art, and Speech November 5 and 6 Nall1ki'P4m Pisll-'lwllslm - Ihmlmb llulm Ku Ku Yum-Yum Pitti-Sing - ,.- W. ,, -vm-Ohm.. -.,.f4?' ,, N Hcmnic Ucckvr Mika' lzLliI1l'y Don c1ill'l7Cl'llL'l' - Runnin' Vvrigln -lcunnc Slmrlw 7 Parry Fin-lm Yitti-Ting Put Higgins Pcclmflln .Iulic lfnglnml VVing-'l4u - ' Palm McK4-mic' 'flu' Mikado of -lnpzm lfrccl l3ccklm'ycl' cllljlifl - - Dzl1'l'ull YK'lll'N'O0lI Kutislm VIQCTCSLI Huh' s-1.-.-f ff, W. 4 'wr - :vu ' 'iw f 1' -1 fc ' f'. 5 1 , .4 f 'im x 5 ,? ' - -vm. V '- 'Hun-...-p.,...,,,,.,4w -M-wa 'Q H. , "1- 4 1 sw f i HIP' . iv ,A ,k J g -A ,, -1 -...MQ 5 d--- 555: Ziff-:z Y: ...,,, - ' zu A rw ' 9 x Q, 1 g 3 IX Y' I . i nQk W L 2 i i X I l 5 M, wi 3 XX X52 rx, ww' 4 dm G 0 ET x fr: Q14 jk is-Y I ll ' 0 fl: i wt 4, ,fp . 15. WY' f -.4' . 1 3 5' av ' 9 .. fa! fi 1 .' I .. t ' M Q Q, I' . I A 6 K fn ! Lf ,W ., A . 4015 Wk' -, 4.. f D .fl-snr-K . .-umm. an 'Inn i.L1 gam- The Vernois News Sandra Roderick, Editor in Chief Marilyn Gibbs, News Editor Don Carpenter, Sports Editor Pennv Martin, Feature Editor REPORTERS LEFT-Sandra Morgan, Meri Glass, Terry REPORTERS RIGHT-Row 'lr Tom Whiltenberg, Larry Karch, Kaye Ingram, Gene Clark, Barbara Talbott, Charlotte Purcell, Gene Clark. Row 2: Johnny Wessel, Sharon Porter, Nancy Thompson, Gail Roane, Glen Moreton, Martin, Monica Hays. Row 3: Patty Higgins, Billie Bakel, Tam Causer, Mary K. Schultes. A Consistent Prize Winner Dorina Briscoe and Sue Brown Business Managers warm l Julie England 2- M1 1 Chuck Marlin Geraldine Cooksey and Gary Sneed Associate Editor Pholographer Typisfs CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS-Charloile Thompson, Jimmy Griffilh, lar- Mrs. June Priesl ry Sledge, Gary Sneed, Pat Higgins, David McMullen, Marilyn Gibbs, Faculfy Advisor Barbara Talbott, Mary Lee Duncan, Circulafion Manager, I Elaine Garbers, Edilor-in-Chief Vernois Editorial Staff Barbara Ansley, Arr Ediior Karen Vaught, Copy Editor Linda Goss, Associaie Editor Miss Barbara Luchsinger, Faculty Advisor Peggy Simmons, Jean Ann Beal, Mariorie Foreman DAY ASSISTANTS-Row 1: Marjorie Fore- man, Carol Campbell, Karen Vaughl, Susan Campbell, Linda Goss, Kathy Fore. Row 2: David McMullen, Barbara Ansley, Pauleita Howard, Jane! Hayes, Jane Dillingham, Elaine Garbers, Larry Sledge. Nof Pictured: Sandra P5991 Special Arf Work, Ted Milchell. K, Q , 3 xii 3 I N W ' e 5? J- w k 5 f J nw .vs-an ,f'1 Ni, ' R W sk Q D ., ,,, ,N 6 if 26 W I w. 3 fi, Q7 gg 3, , '19 4 f 1 , f x 1' 5 F HV' Qfgf M. l 12? so O m. An Evening of Readers' Theatre The acts shown above are: Sandra Morgan and Jerry Carpenter in "Leisure"g Judy Schultz in "Catherine Parr"y Jan Carpenter in An evening ol' Readers, Theatre, presented on Feb- ruary 18, was the first performance of its kind in Mt. Vernon. XVhile the techniques of Readers' Theatre are new, the idea is not. Literature and dramatic presentation are the factors "Ballad of Jimmy Dean"p Charlotte Thompson in "How Do l Love Thee"g Susan Phillips and Ronnie Becker in "Foxtrot from a Play." emphasized in Readers' Theatre heeause no settings or costumes are used. The presentation was divided into three parts: Pat- terns of Love, Famous People, and Modern Living. A Southern Illinois "First" in Mt. Vernon Sandra Smoot and John Vowell in "Death of the Hired Man"g Girls af cast in "St. Ca7herine"p Larry Sledge and Pat Rainwater Susan King in "The Walrus and the Carpenter"g Peggy Simmons in "Kindly Unhitch That Star, Buddy"p Glenn Moore in "Pity and Keith Stroup in "Rope"g Benny Moses, Master of Ceremonies: This Busy Monster, Mankind." Sue Moulrie, Sandy Gill, Marlha Quillman, Suzy Parker, Jacque Righfnower, Widney Wood. B-Squad Cheerleaders Widney Jacque Suzy Martha Sue Sandy VARSITY x. J we AE ' x CLA U'DIA PRICE TY FITCH suamfv cow f Q M is l 5 , I ,.,. H L. f 'Q' 'HV SUSAN CHAMBERS 61' ' F7 N hn.,,,, l- 5 . x K CAROL. CAMPBELL. q Q VARSITY K . A I 3 4 Fi A C B. NEAL C . CARRODINE B. SETEZKORN R YA ,.. '-Q MWmm5xf M' Qx 1 X Nw- , Q X5 1 : 12552 e In 7' 1 fb! a "wr K, x xx , X 1 M1 K, T C9055- L.SNYDER V5 ww? '4U A X o.McvEY Q X Q L.cLAv F.CARR4v f if f FTA 1 E HGLTMAN SPORTS Coaches Waller Moore, Coach of Carbondale Allucks, and Coach Gill. Coaches Frank Chornak, Scott Gill, Will Lee, J. D. Shields, Harold Hutchins, Stanley Changnon, and Noble Thomas. Under the capahle leadership of head manager Bill lien- cler, the lVlt. VTIIS athletic managers perliorm many taslis which may seein small to the average person, hut which actually add much in helping the Athletic Department function smoothly. 'lhese hoys spend numerous hours sup- plying team meinhers with such necessities as towels, rosin. meclical aid, as well as keeping the uniforms in tip-top order. ln addition, the managers compile various statistics for the henefit of the players and coaches. On january 23, Mr. Gill ancl VValtcr Moore, former Rani court star and member of the team that won the State Championship in 1949. l950 faced each other in Yernois gym as opposing coaches. Mr. Moore is now on the coaching stall at Carhontlalc Attuclxs, Managers Bill Shehorn, Bill Bender, Dan Ganl, Darrell Yearwood, Robert Cooper, Dan Kolter, Carl Tubbesing, Dan Spelbring. 56 Sophomore Basketball On Floor: Larry Cooper, Manager. Row 1: Bill Moore, Dee Rutherford, Sam Mateer, John Rhynes. Row 3: Manager, Roger Woodrome, Harold Smith, John Snod- John Hom, Larry Martin, Roger Yates, Jerry McAdoo, smith, Jimmy Kellums, Carl Tubbesing, Manager. Row Stephen Bell. 2: Mr. Chcrnak, Coach, Stephen Rogers, Donny Jones, Freshman Basketball On Floor: Danny Gant and Darrell Yearwood, Mana- ierrells, Bob Hayes, Tommy Dillingham Row 3 gers. Row 7: Eugene Clinton, Kenneth Lee, Arthur Charles Brickey, Stewart Webb, David Thomas Den Black, Harlan Foster, Danny Smith. Row 2: Mr. Hut, nis Richardson, Alan Hurt. chins, Coach, Larry Gill, Paul Wicks, Bobby Fitz- XJ 'JC-Ill iiilI'iSiI1l6lS llam- Mrss LINDA LEIIIXIAN N59 Quecn Miss ANN CHANIEX' iicriring Queen P I959 'W Figggigg nf, K .. ,n fl "H if 134 ' 5' ' I swf L . - ' H if 1. pi., 1 gg.:-. A wi .. . JVW-0, Y MN' 'Q A U w-s:-fa,:g,.,:a:s:Fas- .S N i he iefew 2 h fl 'W Q m,.w-V Srgywm f A H A ie A A 1 imesfvll We :J M g3,,,f,9 fi K "WJ N ig The highlight of the Christmas Dance, held on Decem- ber 'I2, 1959, was the crowning of Queen Linda Lehman. LUB S , 1' 1 Quill and Scroll Quill :mul Scroll is llll ll1tC1'1l2lllOl1lll honor soc icty lor llrosc juniors :mal seniors who linvc coritrilniterl outstiimlingly to the scliool's pululicntions. Quill limi Scroll luis lwcn il part of tliis lriglr scliool for four yours. 'l'lic climax of wich your is tlie spring banquet lrcld Ellillllillly to initiate mcmlacrs. Klrs. -luue Priest amd Miss Barbara Luclisinger arc the Verrmis clraptc-r's sponsors of Quill and Scroll. XCR Row 7: Sue Brown, Dorina Briscoe, Barbara Talboll, Penny Mar- lin, Geraldine Cooksey. Row 2: Mary Lee Duncan, Sandra Rode- rick, Barbara Ansley, Linda Goss, Elaine Garbers, Charlolle Thompson, Monica Hays. Row 3: Jean Ann Beal, Peggy Sim- Thespians lllic National Flzlrcspinn Society, an lioiiorzlry society for students who have performed mcritorf ions work in nlrumntic zirts, is clcvotccl to thc zlcl vom-urnciit ol' rlramntics in the scconrlary schools. .Xny stuclcnt inns' olurgiin mcmlicrsliip lux' pnrtici Row 7: Sandra Morgan, Ruth Ann Woodrome. Row 2: L Lehman, Claudia Price, Jeanne Sharpe, Janet Gowler, L inda inda mons, Julie England, Susan Campbell, Karen Vaughl, Carol Camp- bell, Sharon Porter, Kaye Purcell. Row 4: Glenn Moore, Glenn Morelon, Jim Griffilh, Don Carpenler, Glenn Cross, Larry Karch, Gary Sneed. parting in thc scliool's clrzimutic nctivitics zmcl lny earning points ns cstablisliccl lay the national office. Our liranch, troop 804, is sponsored lvy lVlr. Roy Beck. Row 3: Mr. Beck, Peggy Simmons, Dan Jenkins, Ben Moses. Spelbring, Roland Webb, Larry Sledge. Q7 S' 4 .R Council, the governing body of Hi-Tri, as they appeared at ini- tiation, and the characteristics they represent: Arla Hauk lpian- istl, Jeanne Sharpe lsoloistlp Ann Chaney, Characterg Lynne Engle, Pat Holman, Courtesy, Loretta Clinton, Success, Claudia Hi lli'lri, l'm111cln'cl 111 Nlt. XACIAINIH -l-UXXl1SlllI3 lligl1 Sclmnl hy Miss cltJl'I1L'llLl Picrcc in l925, is il Cl12lI'2lL'll'l' Price, Loyalty, Shirley Gold, Pleasure, Peggy Simmons, Ruth Ann Waodrome, Friendship, Susan Phillips, Announcer, lmain floorl Susan Campbell, Patty Fitch, Pat Smalley, Carol Camp- bell, Light Bearers. v Trl sung "lw1ll1:11' tlu' cvlt'iIllt. llllll' zictivitics ul' lli-'llri 11112 lllg Sistvr W1-1-Ir, l11i- lmuilmling org:111iv:1tio11 lm' till tl1c girls ol' the scl11m:1l. tiutitnn Cc1'L'111t111y, Olclcr Llirls citJltl.L'I"'I1L'L'. ll:1ll11 Sinn' its Klfgitlllllllltlli, L'llilpLCl'S all lli-'l'1'i l1z1vc lmccn wccn ljurty. cil1l'lSl1'l12lS ciLlI'tCllL'llLfllL l'lllItItk'I', All flirls' 11pc11ctl i11 lllllltt 1:tl1v1'st'l11111ls. lr ll.lS lJCL'll L"EIIll'IlC'I1LlL'tl lillltlllltdf. S1x'uctl1cz11't LJLIIICC. Spring clillll'L'l'L'l1L'L' .mal lay lc-11tlt'1's will Qlllllilllfl' :ill over 1l1c 11t1tio11. Fl1I'L'LL'Cll Bl'L'.tlil.LlSI fur gL'I1lL,l' Clirls. ll lwsc 11111111 rtctix 'l lu- 111c1ttc1 ul' lli-11-i, 'NVQ' L'llll1l7 the lnciclct' hy itics nrc plz11111c'al hy tht- Ili-'l ri CilllII1L'll. 'l lu' c111111cil wl1icl1 wv risvf' givcs lmsis for its c111l1lt'111. A lznlclcr consists ol: twclvc sc11it11' girls, who urn' clt-utr-tl l11f tl1c ol' llivc l'llllIlClS sy111l1ulizi11g rho lim- lli-Tri 1lll'llSfcilllll'- mc111l1c1's ol' LllL'll' class, :mal :tru lllltlL'I' tl1c 4lll'L'Lillllll aictcr, l71'icmlsl1ip. Courtesy, ljlctisurc. uncl Success. ll4llL' of tl1c llielri spt111s111'. x1'41tcl111'r11'cl ol' l li lllri is lfwynltv. cxprcssccl in thc clulfs nm The annual Christmas and spring banquets, the most beautiful of H i-Tri sv- My Nl i f - if functions. 6 CLUB Latin Club The Latin Club is open to all Latin I or ll students. lts main purpose is to give students an opportunity to become better acquainted with early Roman his: tory. This year, club members held a Roman llanquet. Each member was ap- propriately attired and participated in many delightful activities. Seated-Row 1: Barbara Brookmon, Sandro Morgan, Ted Atkinson. Row 2: June Collins, Sue Russell, Thelma Hughey, Duke Plater. Row 3: James McLaughlin, Bill Moore, John Snodsmith, Dale Bernard. Row 4: Bobby Claybourn, Mike Thurn, Bob Wall, Dan Bailey. Standing: Susan Lomax, Diane Marshall, Buffy McLaughlin, Anita Harlow, Deanna Clemins, Marsha Reed, Mr. Yarber, Judy Clark, Lynda Flanagan, Marcella Myers, Martha Quillman. Spanish Club The Spanish club is open to all students who have had two years of Spanish. Club meetings are held once a month on Latin-American holidays. The highlights of each year are the Christmas party and the spring banquet at which frijoles and tortillas are served. French Club Jhe lireneh Club. sponsored by hlr. Yarber. is open to all French l and ll students. Regular meetings are held. llere students gain a better understanding oi' France and its peo- ple. Parties and group activities are planned. .gf ll AQ.. Row I: Sharon Sullivan, Wanda Baltzell, Jeanne Wells, Jeanette Cooper. Row 2: David McMullen, larry Dulaney, Judy Keiser, Jane Keiser, Karen Brehm, Susan Cooley. Row 3: Linda Lehman, Peggy Simmons, Linda Goss, Barbara Ansley, Jimmy Griffith, Bill Settle- mire, Jeanne Sharpe, Tom Carlton, Delores Jones, Miss Kelley, Judy Murray, Madelyn Ranmar. Row 1: Sydney Pigg, Richard Morrison, Susan Lewis, Marie Karl. Row 2: Glenn Moreton, Beverly Eply, Gene Clark, Gary Clark. Row 3: Pat Rainwater, Frank Echols, Gail Roane, Robert Haley, Joe Ashbrook, Mr. Yarber. CLUBS Co-ops "Cooperative Office Occupations Pro- gram Students" is made up of all stu- dents enrolled in the office occupations program. The purpose of the club is to create better business practices and un- derstanding. Each year club members select a wot-rlt-while project to complete. Mr. Vilagncr is the club sponsor. Row 1: M. Floyd, C. Kelly, B. Minor, L. Clinton, L. Simmons, L. Williford, S. Hester. Row 2: R. Gaines, J. Grant, S. Coberly, J. Henry, P. Dyel, G. Mierek, D. Warren, S. Jones, Mr. Wagner. Row 3: A. Burton, Y. Drennan, S. Page, L. Kincaid, S. Hodge, J. Betlejewski, D. Peterson, S. Steele. Row l- Mr. Greenlee, D Sapper C. Ziegler, A Cox J. Menclenall, D Dorris. Row 2- . . , . , . . , , . B. Bass, T. Bellamy, J. Hughey, R. Pickett, D. Hayes. Row 1: Mr. Gieselman, K. Rutherford, B. Hensler, J. Lynn, D. McCowan, C. Lowery, S. Storment, S. Wilfong, B. Burgess. Row 2: C. Harlow, K. Warner, D. Yearwood, J. McQueen, J. Wirlzs, R. Sweeten, G. Hicks, W. Connell, C. Waddell, D. Mitchell, C. Hayes, T. Holloway. 493 154' Education llisfributive education provides an opportunity for students to go to school and to work part-time. lt is based on ct:-operation between mer- chants and the school, because stu- dents spend one half day at school and thc rest of the day as employees in various business establishments. Diversified Occupations Diversified occupations is a course open to students sixteen years ol' age. The D. O. student spends one half day at school studying related material for the trade he is learning and at least three hours in some approved industry in the commun- ity. I .ir as 64 Future Farmers of America Row 1: Donald Creed, Leon Keele, Lloyd Blackwell, Woodrow Butler, Jimmy Williams, George Tinsley, Dexter Edmison, John Scrivner, Joe Beckham, Wilburn Warner. Row 2: Ronnie Hawk- ins, Dean Cates, Larry Clark, Lindel Oathout, Dean Bernard, Ronald Wilson, Russell McPherson, Larry Pierce, Dennis Walker, Jimmy Modlin. Row 3: Ronnie Mayer, Richard DeMent, Frank Wilson, Farrell Pitchford, Thomas Glover, Dennis Hamson, Wil- iiam Stanley, Leroy Beal, Bill Clark, Mr. Gaston, Skylyn Smith. Future Homemakers of America Row If Judy Maynor, Barbara Winemiller, Pat Smalley, Sheri Boyd, Glenda Braddy, Nancy Flanagan, Carolyn McGeehee, Ruth Harrell, Sarah Jane Warren. Row 2: Wilma Matthews, Pat Wilderman, Carolyn Herriman, Muriel Morton, Betty Small- wood, Sharon Allison, Carol Book, Ann Chaney, Miss Claxton. Row 3: Ruth Ann Moore, Elaine Hatfield, Lutisha Woods, Dor- othy Berry, Jeanne Wright, Linda Estes, DeElla Gant, Judy Dycus, Dorothy Jones, Linda Lehman, Betty Horton, Karen Kemp. Row A: Mrs. Body, Sharon Callahan, Jo Ann Wehmeyer, Connie McKinney, Nancy Piper, Joyce Foreman, Jeanne Wilderman, Brenda Ladd, - .V X -M - 1 :- ,-mr: in www ft 'zwsffraa nuff-u ' . 'Z , R iii?-I if Ifasfifi 'sfgif 1 . -Wfsraw X . - Q L Roberta Armstrong, Marieta Schwenninger, Semi.:-:5 ' ' ' - Donna Hess' F Girls' Athletic An informal shot of G.A.A. members at play. Association Trampoline: Linda Williamson and Janet Turner, Row 1: Phyllis Robinson, Diane Marshall, Mavis Robison, Ann- ette Funkhouser, Wanda Baltzell, Anna Mae Dixon, Janet Jones. Row 2: Peggy Phillips, Barbara Brookman, Marilyn Jones, Miss Petitt. Row lt B. Epley, A. Thomas, S. Carnahan, G. Cooksey, J. Turner, P. Austin, W. Baltzell. Row 2: J. Poole, R. Derry, D. Marshall, B. Bakel, D. Szperra, M. Ramsey, R. Parker. Row 31 Mrs. Rutherford, M. Myers, A. Harlow, R. Johnson, J. Bethard, R. Russell, M. Edwards, S. Pigg, P. Robinson. Row lf C. Mooney, M. Rightnowar, J. Wildermon, J. Cooper, J. Maynor, S. McKay, P. Stover, D. Huston, L. Ward, Mrs. Book. Row 2: B. Gregory, L. Chambliss, M. Thurn, R. Arnold, W. Schwenninger, S. Buck, T. Hughey, K. Walker, P. Wilderman, D. Marshall, B. Bosham, P. Rainwater, P. Fitch, K. Sweelin, B. Bryant, C. Holland, C. Patton. Row 3: L. Baltzell, R. Harmon, C. Delhrow, B. Anderson, P. Simmons, J. Tate, S. Tillle, J. Smith, L. Estes, C. Baker, P. Bean, G. Cooksey, J. Vowell, E. Dull. Row 4: K. Denlon, l.. Davis, S. Denham, C. Maschger, B. Filzierrells, P. Bayne, E. Glasco, L. Murphy. Library Assistants' Club v The lihmry assistants' clulm is made up of ull Sill- 'll ' Future Yurses' Clulv is oven to virls who 'ire , , . , , lf A , l D K clents who help hlrs. Book in the lllJI'Lll'V. Y-ll1L'lf iohs I1lkll1l1ll10 to enter nursing or other health careers. .I Y, Q ', ' 5 l N - , range liotn checking out hooks to bLllL'lxlI1Q thetn on llenlth protects, lieltl trips, and social events heztcl the , 1, ' , Y ' , ' 5 . - , , shelves. At CJlll'lSflll2lS time the elulv nltemlecl movies list ol activities. Mrs. llutherlorcl, our school nurse, ' l . . .is .t group. IS the sponsor. Standing: S. Callahan, Row lr K. Denton, K. son. Row 3: S. Campbell, R. Clark, A. Ed- Colvin, M. Rogers, P. Simmons. Row 2: K. wards. Row 41 C. Campbell. Vaught, J. Murbarger, B. Collins, Mrs. Garri- Future Teachers' Club Al1lUl1g the purposes ol' the lluture ilL'ilL'llCl'S ol' ,"xlllCl'lCtl lll'g1ll1l71ltlOl1 ure: ilo clevelop among young people who .ire preparing Io he tealelters nn organi- llllllllt xvltirh will he .tn integral part of state :incl nzltionnl L'LlllL'llll0DQ lo ue- quninl prospeefixe texxehers with the prolessfoztg to give some training in pmetietil leziehing experience: :tml to interest the lest vouno men :tml women , 5 in eclueution .ls ll lifetiine career. Hi-Y Row 1: Jim Tapp, Jerry Skinner, Gerald McCann. Row 2: Eddie Sursa, Rober? Kern, Richard Clark, Donald Barnell, Guy Randall, Mr. Reichling, Sponsor. Department y BUS ASSISTANTS-Rulh Ann Parker, Laura Davis, Minnie Lou Neal, Darlas Parker, Karen Kempf, Shirley McKay, June Collins, Mazie Green, Dorothy Ellis, Bernice Edwards, Carolyn Blessin, Paulella Howard, Barbara Anderson, Sue Buck. CAFETERIA ASSISTANTS-Kay Vv'illiams, Rulh Ann Moore, Eileen Merrill, Phyllis Malin, Jacquelyn Harvill, Darlene Clark, Thomas Mare, Roberta Hustedde, David Ellingsworlh, Brenda Pigg, Ronnie Schuh, Paula Beaman, Gerald Cooper, Kay Patton, Garry Rightnowar, Woodrow Wilson Buller, Gary Adams, Rodney Harper, Larry Righlnowar, Richard Adams, Joe Beckham, Lonnie Clark, Owen Chelf, Raymon Brock, Benny Harlow. 66 STAGE CREW-Linda Lehman, Susan Phillips, Pal Rainwater, Keilh Slroup, Bob Hicks, David Overlurf, Don Delhrow, Dennis Smoot, John Murray, Ben Moses. Assistants OFFICE AND EQUIPMENT GIRLS-S. Punlney, H. Reed, B. While, M. Bayer, D. Hess, M. Hawkins, P. Garofolo, A. Chaney, J. Houseworlh, C. Jordan, G. Hulchcrafl, K. Boyer, E. Lusby. GIRLS' GYM ASSISTANTS-Row 1: M. Robison, P. Robison, P. Fitch, L. Buskool, J. Turner, A. Russell M. Morlen, W. Wood, P. Auslin. Row 2: C. Nichols, S. Russell, H. lgnalowski, R. Armstrong, B. Grady J. Harris, G. Reynolds, M. Quillman, R. Abboll, J. Wiehn, S. Marlowe, M. Milchall, B. Rainey. 1 1 -r SCIENCE ASSISTANTS-Row 1: Susan Chambers, Mary Ann Stewart, Marsha Reed, Annette Funkhouser, -I Mary Kay Shultes, Judith Greenwald, Phyllis Robison, Frances Shaeffer, Diane Marshall. Row 2: Susan Glassman, Susan Lewis, Pom Rockaway, Peggy Garrison, Susan Cooley, Kenneth Williams, Glenn More- ton, Karen Brehm, Frances Laird, Betty Horton, Mariorie Mylius, Darrel King. HOMEMAKING ASSISTANTS-Row l: Sue Brumley, Charlotte Keef, Sharon Callahan, Pat Smalley, Jeanne Wilderman, Connie McKinney, Barbara Winemiller, Sue Smith, Suzanne Leathers, Jo Ann Wehmeyer, Judy Dycus. GUIDANCE AND NURSE'S ASSISTANTS-Row 11 Susan Lewis, Mattie Edwards, Joyce Murbfvger-Nurse. ROW 2: Ccfuw Mary Jane Hastings-Guidance, Marcella Myers, Charlotte Grothoff, Peggy Crawford, Carolyn Smith, Martha Thurn, Joyce O'Brien, Suzanne Leathers, Jeanette Cooper, Donna Baines, Bethard, Kay Hester--Nurse. MUSIC ASSISTANTS-Peggy Stover, Quantette Flanagan, Sue Russell, Pam Hurst, Kathy Fore, Mary Ann Stewart, Karen Colvin, Bette Gruenwald, Sue Brown. ART ASSISTANTS-Billye Bass, Jerry Bailey, Douglas Savage, Connie Rhynes, Pauletta Howard, Danielle DeWitt, Kay Williamson, Patty Maierhoffer, Sondra Kay Arnold, Wanda Baltzell. MR. NOEl.'S ASSISTANTS-Patty Fitch, Thelma Hughey, Carolyn Bodine, Charlotte Keef, Kaye Purcell, Peggy Simmons, Kathy Stewart, Arla Hauk. Department AUDITORIUM USHERS-Row l: Sharon Callahan, Ann Chaney, Kay Boyer, Janet K. Hayes, Penny Martin, Mary Lee Duncan, Jackie Sue Lynn, Betty Bryant, Judy Sweetin. Row 2: Bette Gruenwalcl, Loretta Clinton, Peggy Simmons, Mary Jane Hastings. Row 3: Kaye Bighom, Dorina Briscoe, Sandra Roderick. SWITCHBOARD OPERATORS-Kay Morris, Carolyn Blessin, Mary Ann Missavage. PROJECTIONISTS-Row 1: Tommy Woodward, .toe Ashbrook, Bob Hicks, David Campbell, George Myers, Ronnie Issacs, Larry Miller, Eugene Nelson. Row 2: Ronnie Cummings, Larry Collins, Tom Carlton, Gary Bohlen, Charles Parsons, Dan Bailey, Don Heffinglon, Phillip Shafer, Donnie Cox, Terry Pigg, Garv Maynor. Assistants .ss , N- mu: panama anmmwmnln VENDORS-Row ls Marcella Myers, Joyce McDonald, Palle Hirons, Carolyn Nichols, Julie Hari, Suzy Holder, Harrielte Hirons. Row 21 Karen Calvin, Sally Hayman, Jean Ann Davison, Patly Higgins, Doris Harlow. Row 3: Pat Smalley, Madelyn Ranmar. Row 4: Janel Hayes, Nancy Richards, Kaye Bigham. MR. KUHN'S ASSISTANTS-Row l: Glenda Mannen, Geraldine Mierek, Pa? Holman, Frances Laird, Mary Lee Duncan. GYM USHERS-Mary Ann Slewart, Penny Marlin, Belly Carpenter, Peggy Manion, Kaye Purcell, Pal Holman, Sharon Porter, Susan Campbell, Ruth Ann Woodrome, Pal Rainwater. DRAFTING AND HEALTH-Rom ald Pressgrave, Gary Rockelt, Kenny Williams, George Myers, John Morgando, Dan Koller. BOOKKEEPING AND BUSINESS EDUCATION - Neva Denham, Mariella Schwenninger, Mary Rogers, Arlene Lalham, Brenda Williams, Bernice Edwards, Lin- da Ellis, Jimmie Bain, Peter Tindle, Belly Bryanl, Jean Ann Davison, Billie Bakel, Kaye Purcell. HISTORY-Row If Sharon Alli- son, Phoebe Hawkins, Widney Wood, Kalhy Slewarl, Pal Woodrome, Barbara Vaughan, Nancy Piper. Row 2: Ronnie Schuh, Mike Jones, Bill Moore, Terry Pigg, Roberl Kern, Jerry McAdoo. Row 3: Jimmy Brown- ing, John Snodsmilh, David Campbell, Sam Maleer, Bob Sharpe, Dee Rutherford, Richard Clark, Donnie Schwenninger, Bob Wall, John Logan, Charles Brickey. ENGLISH, SOCIAL STUDIES, LANGUAGE-Linda Mays, Karen Jones, Sue Moulrie, Susan King, David McMullen, Phyllis Ishmael. . -zlnon TOWN . - k U "MT 'fm N - X f' MK ,fl lg' 1 Aer Pk-W 0 K' . J - H Yu!! I. ,Uv 3 A fc n A 'fD"Nn,w 'Wy pi vmawfv' iw 'J W M1 ., f - O-1 ,, A YL I Vip 'fd' 'K-9' 'vow 4 TQWN Q ll-an , fx. 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A SCHQ K Tnlvugm. gikpw mv HIBH P mu 3 - v.., -U, ,Univ W NM, l.mfg1,14V inumw TD':1'tMH 1.,Um.f. l ' V , :vm I Y wif X farm it ' 3 ' Q Mi g Mv. Vznurm Towusr-uv Hum-4 S 3 meh., "Nw-fv.wu -.x- UH. M.. me 4 'YN .Q ,, .. d -N A, . """"'+-" + A ' f 'ff' A Magik? ,m',"iff."1:'ff'-Qaf. ifc,Aff 5 fe.,-' ' mm' Q. H A Wh y W 'M 'A YQ' . ff . M, W0 " --W' '-w'fa1r2'wv' ' 2 1 V - MM Q Aff V 'wil If I 7 J W1 tiqoh x -a-WDA' I qqqh... ----- 4"1bfff Speech Top: Mrs. Harmon's fourth hour Speech l class joins in the dis- cussion of a current problem. Center: Mr. Beck and the entire class devote their attention to Larry Clay, the speaker. Left: Bob Neal explains the history of drama as David Martin and The Speech Department is composed ol: two sec- tions, Speech I and II. The latter is divided into two semester courses. Speech II is an advanced course in public speaking with emphasis placed on in-class work. The formal public speech, group discussion, and conference methods are also reviewed. Drama Appreciation, the second semester section of Speech Jean Smith listen attentively. Center: David McVey illustrates the use of gestures to emphasize important points in speech as Paul Downey, Judy Murry, Doris Harlow, and Jacque Rightnowar ioin in. Right Mr. Roy Beck, instructor. Il, is designed to enrich the student's knowledge ol' the dramatic art form and to enhance his apprecia- tion oli it. Play discussions, oral and written reports, and class group activity compose a large part of class- room work. The goals of the Speech Department are to develop poise and self-respect in each student. Art Top left: Mrs. Alma Biagi, instructor. Top right: Ted Mitchell, Nancy Martin, Darrell Davis, Kay Williamson, and Sam Clark in the ceremics room. Middle: The class works on sketches from a live model. Bottom left: Sam Clark, Ted Mitchell, and Darrell 'llmc .fkrt Dcpurnncnt vflcrs at uirictv of courses ranging lmm nrt aiplwccigition to zulx'zi11ccv.l work in coinrncrcizil Llc-sign. Xkntur color, oil painting, ceramics. :mill sculpim-c are olfvrccl. llunors won hy the Art' ljCP2t1'U1lL'l1l ol' lVlt. VTHS :luring thc school your ol' i959-60 f Colcl Key Schol- astic Vvinncrsz Pencil sketching - Paiulcttu Howard, Katy ktlilliuinsong Circa-ting Card Design - Susan Phil- 'ia W1 Davis at work on mobiles. Bottom right: Barbara Ansley, Susan Phillips, Kay Williamson, and Pauletta Howard discuss the pos- ter display. lips. hlivrry lliicflicrg l-CIlL'l'll1Q A -Imam .-Xnn liL'1lll lxislt ion Design - Daniele Dckkitt, l31ll'l7lll'll A-Xiislvy. fun nic 1ihyI1L'Sl Winter color IICLID Ann limi: linolcum Blocking - Nancy lVlan'tin, Glolxc ilJi'lIt0L'l'lll Art' Awards: Daniele lJcVVitt, lticluml lVluys, Peggy Phil- lips Sulnmcrs, Dzlrrcll Davis, Ulaiuclcllc' Shultcs. NEPII illinois Poster Awaircl - li2lTl'llll'il Ansluy. Left: Mr. Wagner's fourth hour clerical training class. Upper right: an informal shot of Mr. Thompsorl's record keeping class right: fifth hour secretarial training, Mr. Yates, teacher. Lower Business Education -'Jlllsilluss CLlllL'LllflOI'l is unc ull' tllc must llctiw: pallets , ill' tllv vclualticllllll clcplll'Illlc:nt. lilllL'I'C itll' lull clil'l'L'l'L'nt "Min L'ULll'SL'S llfl'cl'l'cl, ranging from clistriluutivu cclllclllirlrl ill sllllrlllllml .llul typing. as Ullllxillg Llmvll tllc scunncl l-llttll' in lmllllnling P. llllc l1L'Lll'S tllv clllcli ul' l'5'PL'lX'l'llICfS llllil the SCl'lllCl1 ul' l5llSX' 1 pfllcils llllilllg Llcllvn cliullltion. i7l4ltL'llL'C suis illtil typing lnuclguls zlrc llzllllililll' wllrcls 1 lo llll' sluclcllls uf this clcpzlrtlllcllt. rlllll' clzlssrs 2l'C- 'L1llll'L' lllllcll lllllu llml ulfurr, lallt plwlviclc X'lllll.llllc llxlinlllg. r i .7 . . lllc llllSlDL'SS EClllL'1lIlllH lJL'7AlI4IIDCI1i l' tIiULlIlll'Cl l l 5 1 W L Mrs. Croy Mr. Greenlee Ill lll'cpzqfc.lllgll ssllllfll students lor l.Lll'llI'k' VOC2lllUllS in tllc l'l9fPHCSS worlcl. 'lib- Mr. Griffith Mrs. Sanders Mr. Thompson Mr. Wagner Mr. Yates 76 Upper left: Drafting class ot work. Upper right: Students busy Lower left: A typical scene in the outo shop. Lower right: M themselves on woodworking proiecls Anderson and students check electrical wiring. ltxf ,-S if x,,a ., ,N V. tw Q' TSM' Mr, Ames Mr. Anderson Industrial Arts and Vocational Education Q lncluslrizil LlI'lS ginml xwiuitiwiml L-elm-tirinii im' tlvpaiil liivnts cll'SlgDL'cl tri .llcl in ilu' SIllLlL'l1I'S llk'YClllltIllLlll - . . , . , ol cclucaitlmi in trziclu claisscs. Cfmirsus tmllviul Villlgll llrumi general slump to uclviim'cal wurla in mlriiltiiig ai clvctricity. All wncxitionzil L'llLll'SL'S am' ttl.lll'l'L'll lm' 1 smiirstcit. Xcruitimiimil ccllluiliuii ollc-rs LlRlN.ll1L'CLl wuilx in trziclvs to slllclvnls sixtvvn vvairs ol' nga' iii' uvvr. Sill lll'lllS glllll Vl'lll'li CXI'lL'I'lCllL'l' lil IIL' L'llllC1llIUIl illlil l'lil plfiyiiicnt togcllmcr. Mr. Bourlond Mr. Geiselmon Mr. Reichling Mr. Steltzer tlll Mrs. Body Mrs. Claxton i Homema king The Hrumelnalting Department providcs training for girls in the liielcl of huine eco- nomics. Under Nlrs. Boch' :Incl hlrs. Claxton the girls attend courses covering foods, clothing. personal health and development, lH3l'l'iHgC budget planning, divorce, and child care. The list of courses included llomeinulaing I and H. :iclvunced foods, :iclvuneed clothing. and evcryclay living. The prerequisites for aclvunfed foods and aidvaneecl clothing are Hoinemaking l and II, hut everyday living is open to all senior girls. 'Thc Hoineinaking 'Department helps pre' pare its students for the time when they Everyday living class shown in a discussion of family relationships. Will have lmmcs ill' lllclli Own' Hard at work on proiects is a typical Homemaking I class. sweaters as shown by Miss Mary Ellyn Goodey. Homemaking II students observe the correct way to clean Left: Students check tool cabinet supplies. Right: Welding is a definite part of the agriculture program. Agriculture The :lim of the Agriculture llepztrtment is to uid in the estnhlislunent nf Farining ur l'L'l2llCLl occupations. Agriculture l is nn introductory course that clezils with linrining ns il vocation. pmhlelns concerning estnhlishe ment, elementary study of livestock, farm shop skills uncl practice, and world patterns ul' agriculture. An uclvuneecl study ul' livestock and i.lll'lll5l10P sltills is lllillli' in ngrieulture ll. ln Agriculture lll :incl IV students clo lwrh in-class :incl on-farm work. Students wur'inv uncler this plan are in class fmin Decemher I until April la at other times they 'ire 'it home. Mr. Gaston 1 iw -4 W. W' IM.. in i - - H" ' ,VL i M r tt ,gf-r .Q x Left: Pictured in a general work group are members of the agriculture class. Right: Agriculture students work on a soil test proiect. 79 ww- SY Yiwu-an v,'5', f i g!-T-i .nj V " 1: X 'si fl ,Q ,Mg as x g X x 31 ,. Q ,-,5fitfzf3fy.:'-- 5 1 'W Rx QV P ix H Q-ggig i +-N , V Q .:s:.:.s :If .,.. ' " We . M Wk , .... 'E Mr. Copple Mr. Myers Mr. Osierman Mr. Perrachione Mathematics Um' unit ui' iiiiithcinatics. either !Xlg,clmi'u 1 or gcncml math, is rc- iluircni for gi'ziziL1:1l'io11 and must be lukvn cithcr thc iiivshiimn or sopho- inurc year. Stuclcnts wishing to furtlicr thcii' kmnvicdgc' in this field llllly also nike Mutliciimtics I and ll. plum- gumimctry, colin-gc algebra, and trig- miuiiivtry. 'K Miss Richardson Mr. Sfollz Left: Mr. Perrachione's Algebra II class during a study period. Right: Second hour plane geometry class at work on a daily assignment LISP ,enlist Mrs. Beckmeyer Mrs. Chungnon Mrs. Logan Miss Luchsinger Enghsh Mrs. Foreman's second hour English I Class is an active part of the English Department. Students are required to take three years of English. Journalism can be substituted the third year, and English. IV is on elective course offered for those students planning to attend college. 82 Mr. DeWitt Mrs. Foreman Mrs. Garrison Mrs. Priest Mr. Shields Mrs. Thompson f"-, Miss Cum ning Mr, Chornok Mr. Dare Mrs. Echols Miss Hogeyr Mrs. Harmon Miss Hopper Mr. Hutchins Mr. Samford Social Studies i American history, Miss Hopper's first hour class, is one of the classes in the Social Studies Department. Other courses taught for a full year are social studies and world historyg and the semester courses are Latin-American history, civics, economics, sociology, and psychology. 83 Language 'I he Lilllgllklgk' iDL'I731'IIl1L'llI oi' XVI. VU IS is unnpnscd of tiirec suctinns: Iulin. lirencll, and Spanish. iliill' lnaiin purpose ol, Lntin 1 :ind ii is to givc intcrusted stlidrnts u clczircr lIHdCl'SiilIldiI1Q of innguuge in gclmwal. Spanish I and II arc courses lxiscd upon thu Spnriisli-speaking pt-nplc unnl their iungungc under k'K'CI'yli1ly ciruuinstimccs. Frcncll. one of thc vviduly spoken languages of nur dny, is taught in two canlrscs, in Frcnrh I, stress is givvn to Frcnch iitcra- iitcraiturc .ind cuiturc. Frcnch Il studcnts are cxpectcd to converse un nn advanced icrci :ind write fluently in thc language. Mr. Ycrber's second hour Latin ll class. Left Miss Kelly and the Spanish ll class look of countries to be discussed. Right Mr Yarbers French II class pictured during the study period. -v x sZ Kk ibrary 4 typical class hour in !he library. 'VWNQ N , liyuva 'I hu high sulmnl lihltllw' Iurm idw m'xu'lh'11t Inrilitics hu' ull thx sluclcnts uf' this sclwul. Ir cunlnins nmrv than IZBOU Imulas il suhscrihcs to I1iIlCYX"L'iQhf ll1LlQ1I!iI1k'5 .mul svvvlu I1K'XXNILII3k'l'9. 'I hm 350 llhmry scars .irc occuplcml unch hwur luv sluclvnls who IIIL nut Ill class ur who urn' un Sl5L'L'l1ll .lNSlQI1Illi'IUS. Iyllflllgl thnx lihrnrv pcriml thcv am' I'rcv tu sluchm rczlcl hmzlas ur nmqawinu an' "h1'4m'7c" flll'ilLlf'll mln- huulxsIu'lx'cs In stillxllhm' thvir ll v m 'Q ' 1 'yu MX ,1 mc '.'L'i'l'1 '4 "'1'u 1 'c,u.'1s.5L'nt.g"'4" ,.1' 'x xx lium basl suitg their nccc s. rs Dorthy Dare " unix mls Hrs. Umwuth' lln- Xu hm 5 llama xx-hh has acrxul thc SL-Iwo! um " um! Im nam' wlilrd I'rum IIIJVLIIW um II 1 the 'FH hhnxrx 5llIX'l'Xi5iUl1 and clznssmuln Icurlm- ' cw mo. Mrs. Book Mr. Noel Mr. Chazigon Mr. Gill Miss Pettit Sixth hour gym class tries an arrangement in formal balance. Physical Education All high school students ure required hy state law to take three hours of physical education per neck each school year. In the full and spring, the boys' classes play touch football, softball, und soccer. They study the rules governing these games as well as the funda- mentals of them. During the winter they learn the principles of hasket- liall, tumbling, boxing, and wrestling. Boys showing outstanding skill in their gym classes can participate in the major sports sponsored hy the school such as foothzill, haslcethnll, truck, golf, and hasehall. The girls, P.E. classes provide varied uctivity so that each girl muy he come familiar with the lunrlaiiieiitnl skills of lnody mechanics. ill, Mk Miss Tanner Mr. Thomas ln girls' physical education class stress is placed on team sports, such as soccer. Health All girls :incl huys in high sclmnl cxccpt th::sc cnrullcml in lmml, tulic two yczirs ul' hczilth, unc rhcir frcshe mun ycur :tml unc rlwir juniur ycur. 'lhc clusscs, unclcr hlrs. Schuh and Mr. Lcc, cliscuss good gruuining, pnsturc. during prohlcms. communi- cuhlc cliscziscs. and thc cflvccts of ulcuhol zmcl clrugs. Cmnhining thc huys' zmcl girls! clusscs and lillfllllflg puncls to dis- cuss social pmhlcins is unc ul' thc ways thc clzisscs lcurn whilr- cnjuy- ing tllcinsclvcs. liuch yczu' thc girls' junior clzisscs arc tuught hulnc nursing hy Mrs. lluthcrliornl, thc schuul nursc. Tcm- pcraiturc taking, clcainlincss in thc sick room. zlml curc und fouling of thc sick :irc running thc suhjccts covcrccl. 'lihc hczilth clzlsscs provimlc pci'- sonaility clcvclupincnt amd hcttcr hczilth stumlaircls for catch stunlcnt. l l l 1 Top: Mrs. Schuh's fifth hour class pictured discussing good health habits. The fifth hour boys' health class watches uttentively us Mr. Lee assigns oral reports, V 'D Mr. Lee Mrs. Schuh A ! f Mrs. Dycus Mrs. Word Guidance The Guidance Depzlrtlnent is clesignecl to provicle students with help uncl information in Planning their high school courses :mtl in planning their college careers. Mrs. -lane llycus is the Llirector ot this depart' ment. ln her office tire inl'ormation pamphlets anal leaflets from colleges and universities. Students may cheek these out for their personal henetit. The high school feels thiit this tleptirtiuent is es- sential in promoting hetter educzitionzil planning for its stuclents. Mrs. Dycus, Guidance Counselor, pictured ct her desk with assistants Suscn Lewis and Mary Jane Hastings. Mrs Rutherford Nurse's Service lhe selmul nurse's ollfice is L1 vital part ol' our high school. lt promotes hetter health stunrlarcls for all stu- clents. lhe school nurse, Mrs. lluthertorcl, teaches home nursing in the girls' junior health classes each year. ln her ollice are the health certificates of every stu- clent in the school. The nurse's ollfice is in constant Lise for minor ill- nesses :uul injuries. Nurse Katherine Rutherford looks over the first-aid supplies. nv-.:"' R Hain Music 'im W. H. Beckmeyer Gene Moore Tal Smith Dance Band Drum Major Larry Henry Row 1: George Myers, David Render, Ben Moses, Larry Sledge, Dan Bailey. Row 2: Byford Bruce, Don Heffinglon, Glenn Moreton, Joyce Pigge, Sherry Sullivan, Monty Wilson. Row 3: Ronnie Becker, Arnold Todd. Student Conductors Don Heffinglon und George Myers, Juniors, Ronnie Becker ond Ben Moses, Seniors. S ii in 32 ii 5, Varsity Band, 78 Strong 4 5 ' Row if Elaine Garbers, Charlotte Dixon, Sandra Roderick, Linda Goss, Sue Brown, Anita Harlow, Martha Edmison, Kathy Stewart, Barbara Talbott. Row 2: Glenn Moore, Larry Henry, Marilyn Gibbs, Sydney Sue Pigg, Andy Reid, Karen Jones, Delores Jones, Charlotte Thompson, George Myers, Larry Goss, Ronnie lsaacs, Kathy Fore, Bette Gruenwald, McKemie Glass, Larry Sledge, Ben Moses. Row 3: Darlene Bruell, Charles Martin, Patty Kelley, Kay Webb, Carla Sutton, Robert Sumner, Judy Marvel, Barbara Green, Joyce Pigge, Jimmy Niekrenz, Donnie Cox, John Shelton, Monty Wilson, Kenny Dillingham, Glenn Cross, Sharon Sullivan, Ruth Mt. VTHS Concert Orchestra Row lg Larry Dulaney, Fred Dunham, James Leeck, William Mor- ris, Ed Sursa, Darrell Pearson, Pat Williams, Barbara Cave. Row 2: Roberta Armstrong, Dicy Ryder, Sue Russell, Barbara Talbott, we"'S, Kathy Stewart, Bette Gruenwald, Sandra Morgan, Linda William- son, Rebecca Russell. Row 3: Marianne Helms, Larry White, Archie Ferguson, Dan Campbell, Glenn Moore, Larry Henry, on Stage for Assembly Program Ann Johnson, Sandra Pigg, Tom Woodward, Dan Bailey, Katie Morris, Emily Wood, Gale Mack, Dorothy Jones. Row 4: Frances Laird, Eugene Nelson, Loreva Miller, Joyce Bethard, Susan Mo- reno, Marie Karl, Jerry Peeples, Andrea Marlow, Sharon Hilliard, Ted Mitchell, David Cutrell, Sandra Morgan, Arnold Todd, Meri Awaits Cue for Operetta t 5,5 3 'T S i Glass, Gary Adams, Jerry Carpenter, Ronnie Be McKenzie, David Render, Mary Lou Frazier, David cker, Rosalie Ellingsworth, Michael Karl, Joe Ashbrook, Ed Misker, David Campbell, David Lacey, Byford Bruce, Glenn Moreton, Don Heffington. Qi' 2 'I' Elaine Garbers, Charlotte Dixon, Benny Moses, Danny Bailey, Kenny Dillingham, Sharon Sullivan, Glenn Cross, Don Heffington, Charlotte Thompson, George Myers, Cecil Holland, Walter Arm- Glen Moreton, Ronnie Becker. strong, Gary Hodge. Raw 4: Andrea Marlow, Sharon Hilliard, 91 A Cappella Choir Row l: Quaneite Flanagan, Marilyn Boyer, Teresa Hale, Patty Fitch, Linda Medlin, Tom Whittenberg, Jack Montfort, Robert Cooper, David Overturf, Joyce McDonald, Mary Ann Stewart, Susan Chambers, Barbara Rainey. Row 2: Julie Hart, Ramona Derry, Beverly Martin, Karen Colvin, Ellen Morgan, Bill Morris, Earl Highsmith, Richard Morrison, Mike Rainey, Edward Wheeler, Row 1: Judy Eaton, Carolyn Scrivner, Karla Warren, Lynn Dewey, Rita Firebaugh, Francis Ancona, Kyra Connelly, Darrell Year' wood, Karl Whittenburg, Robert Hastings. Row 2: Jo Ann Con- ner, Jolene Backes, Patricia Adams, Doris King, Donna Gardner, Karen Whittenburg, Betty Palmer, Jo Anne Carpenter, Ronnie Jerry Carpenter, Doris Harlow, Peggy Stover, Bonnie Gregory, Kay Boyer, Billie Bakel. Row 3: Jeanne Sharpe, Betty Bosham, Susan Kaufman, Sharon Hall, Sandra Fleener, Mary Hawkins, David Myers, Terry Ingram, Wayne Jones, David McMullen, Ralph Connely, David Williams, Peggy Manion, Donna Braddy, Suzy Holder, Ruth Ann Woodrome, Elaine Garbers. Row 4: Carolyn Freshman Chorus in Rehearsal Storment, Paul Wicks, Dennis Richardson. Row 3: Carol Owen, Betty Jean Anderson, Sandra Smoot, Pam McKenzie, Sue Cald- well, Pat Woodrome, Sarah Ward, Johna Sue Kelley, Judy Wood, Rosie Teaberry. Not Pictured: Martha Edmison. inf Ready for Christmas Musicale Nichols, Linda Goss, Arla Hauk, Shirley Gold, Barbara Dull, Howard, Marjorie Foreman, linda Mays, Patty Higgins, Jean Ann Peggy Harrison, Don Harlow, Marshall Highsmith, David Locey, Davison, Ronnie Wright, Clayton Sammons, George Ralph, Ron- Tom Duncan, Ronnie Cummings, John Murry, Fred Beckmeyer, nie Becker, Bill HertensTein, Gary Bohlen, Bill Schelosky, Don Sharon Porter, Betty Carpenter, Judy Sweetin, Ruth Ann Skinner, Carpenter, Sue Smith, Peggy Garrison, Beverly White, Judy Kei' Pam Hurst. Row 5: Brenda Williams, Madelyn Ranmar, Shirley ser, Jane Keiser, Judy Dycus. for Combined Concert .X Row l: Larry Shaw, Warren Davis, Carolyn Maschger, Ronetta Smalley. Row 3: Mary McLaughlin, Barbara Vaughan, Mareta Reynolds, Cathy Clark, Linda Summers, Barbara Hailey, Jane Owens, Roberta Adams, Darla Robinson, Deloris Poston, Carmen Hogan. Row 2: Charles McKenzie, Leonard Maierhofier, Susan Bender, Andrea Marlow. Woolley, Anna Edwards, Donna Webb, Ellen Chizk, Mercedes Cadet Band Row l: Diane Pifer, Judy Schultz, Linda Talbott, Mike Thurn. Row 2: Charlotte Parrish, Karen Walker, Sheryl Hillard, Danny Bayer, Raymond Baril, Nancy Herbert, Dorothy Leevy, Janice Payne, Roger Taylor, Jerry Volkert, Larry Hayes. Row 3: Linda Ward, Judy Phillips, Karen Williams, Bill Gage, Larry Shaw, Janet Morgan, Clarence Grothoff, Margaret Varney, Johnny Sophomore Girls' Chorus Browder, Kenneth Baleriack, Mike Atkinson, Jacqueline Right- nawer, James Browning, Julia Mullinax. Row 4: Jimmy Barlow, Henry Crim, Gene Osborne, Sue Moutrie, Lynn Young, John Percy, Ricky Alt, Douglas Johnson, Eddie Dull, Jo Ann Young, Bill Reynolds, Thomas Long, Robert Moss, Bill McGonigal. PAGE 94 COPY A L Row 1: Eva Robertson, Nancy Hertenstein, Joyce Grant, Barbara Anderson, Janice Pigg, De Ella Gant, Marsha Wagner, Charlene Highfill, Audrey Owens, Widney Wood, Row 2: Mary Ann Walker, Ruth Ann Parker, Myrtle McKenzie, Barbara Crawford, Patricia Dillingham, Marilyn Levall, Barbara Carnahan, Lois Haley, Joyce Benthall, Sue Parker, Susan Collins. Row 3: Jewell Weign, Mary Lou Frazier, Alice Payne, Dorothy Harmon, Elizabeth Baltzell, Linda Anderson, Jeannie Randall, Karen Williams, Michele Mitchell, Sally Hayman, Sandy Gill. Row 4: Phebe Hawkins, Linda Sue Whitaker, Jonetta Rash, Peggy Austin, Lynda Flana- gan, Paulette Pelletier, Jan Carpenter, Royetta Abbott, Sharon Allison, Jane Estes, Susan Hayman. , i 2 Uno oi' the most' beloved truciitions ol' the high sclwul-lin' unnunl Christ IHQIS 1XiLlSiCLlif.', given fm' thc public thc Sumluy lmcfuu- CTliristln:1s :und lin ' ' the studcnts Liuringg ll wcckmiilv assclnlmiv. Christmas Muslcale . .- f , . , .. . At top, lvfiz the finalcg top rzghiz Pl'0CL'SS10llkliQ middle: A Luppclln C,.hun lwttrnu left: Nativity Scene: lwttonzi riglif: Sopllmnorc Choir. Staffs of Mt. VTHS Maintenance week I-.-414 Row l: Mr. Leo Gregg, Mr. AI Verheyem, Glen Soufherd, Row 2: Lesler Keller, Roy Wingfield, Alfred Clemens, Clin- Claude Smilh, Berl York, James Hands, Clarence Brien. lon Balsover, Karl Ryder, Forrest Byard. Cafeteria Staff Miss uve Fisher . 5, Cafeleria Direclor it 3 " Row 1. Mrs. Rulh Schwenninger, Mrs. Nina Byard, Mrs. Irma Piffman, Miss Gerlrude Hicks, Row Mary Husledde, Mrs. Mildred Frailey, Mrs. Jane Adams, Mrs. Letha Beckman, Mrs. Ann Pace. Bus Drivers ,N wx Xxx A Row 71 G. D. Chesley, Joe Parker, Raymond Talberl, Frank Purcell. Row 2. Claybourn Lampp, Lester Keller Kenneth Mays, Egberl Graham, Herman Mays. Head Mainfenance 96 l'S. ENI RS ln turning the pages of the Mt. VTHS memo1'y book for I959-60. the Senior Class looks back a little sadly at their last and best year of high school. On the first page they see the festive llomecoming parade and dance, at which their own class president was crowned queen in a colorful Hawaiian set- ting. On the Christmas page, they see the A Cappella choir singing selections from Handel's Messiah, and recall the holiday spirit of the Christmas Dance. "Double double toil and troublcg fire burn and caldron bub- ble" is the heading of the following pages. As the weird sis- ters of Maclzcilz come into view. the seniors recall the lnanvf' research papers and essay tests written in English lV. The April 29 page features the remembrance of an enjoyable evening of dancing and fun at the junior-Senior Prom. The last pages herald Honors Day, the Ili-Tri Farewell Breakfast for Senior girls, Baccalaureate, and-on the very last page-graduation! Y Each senior will always remember the thrill of that last walk across the stage to receive a diploma that will open the door to a new way of life. 3 at 98 CLLENN Cnoss ROBERT WoI,TE1i l"ice-presirierit Secretary Seniors Student Council Council members, Bob Neal, Ann Chaney, David McMullen, Claudia Price. Class Officers RUTH ANN Woonnoivirs President Loms'rrA Crmrow Treasurer In Memoriam James Alvis VVelding Foreman 4, Barbara Jean Ansley Verwois Art Editor and Lay- out Manager 45 Vernois Staff Artist 35 Quill and Scroll 5. 45 National Employ the Physi- cal Ilandicappcd County and State Poster Contest VVinner 45 Honor Roll l. 2. Gary Badgett Basketball 1: Football I, 2. Jarvis Paul Bailey Track 1, 2. Jerry Lee Bailey lli-Y 3, 4: Perfect Attendance l, 2. Jimmie David Bain Library Assistant 2, 3, 45 Hi- Y 4 Homer Ray Baker Ili-Y 4. Wanda Lee Balfzell Future Nurses' Club 5, 42- VX Girls' Athletic Association 35 45 Art Assistant 35 Bus Assist- ant l, 2, 35 4. ,' Donna June Banes Christmas Musicalc 1, 25 Per- fect Attendance I, 2, 3: Li- brary Assistant 5: Library Club 35 Nurses Assistant 4. The Class of l960 entered Mt. VTHS with I 1 100 Hugh, 486 members Betty Jean Basham Nlajorctte 2, 3, 45 Vari- cty Show 35 Opcretta 3, 4: District Music Con- tcst 2, 3, -lg State Music Contest 2, 3, 4. Billye Bass Football l, 2: Christmas Musicals 3: Chalk Talk 2, 45 Hi-Y I, 2, 4: Art Assistant 3, 4. Jean Ann Beal Prom Decorating Com- mittee 35 Cym Office Assistant 3: English As- sistant Sg Vernois Senior Assistant -lg Art Painting Crew 3, 4. Ronald Eugene Becker All state Chorus 3: Band Stu- dent Ctznductor 3, 4: Choir Student 'LIOl1LlLlL'l0I' 3: Band Ctiuncil 3, 4, President 4: Chairman ol' Proin 'lhrone Committee 3. James Keith Beckman Perfect Attendance I, 2, 4: llOll1CC0l'Dll1g Dance Connnit- rec 3. Charles John Behrle Foothall I: Freshman Party Committee I: Christmas hlusi- eale 2: Chalk Talk 2: Art As- sistant 3. Tommy Joe Bellamy Diversified Occupations 3: Di- Q, versilied Ifducatiun 4. T' William D. Bender Football I. 2, 3, 4: l3asI4ethaII I, 2, 3, 4: Christmas IVlusicaIe I, 2: Perfect Attendance 3. Dennis Randall Best Ili-Y I, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 2. 3: lltmm- Roll I, 2, 3. Judy Frances Betleiewski I'erl'ect Attendance I, 3: Bus Assistant 2: Physical Iiduca- tion Assistant 3: Ultice Occu- pations 4: Ctrops 4. Edrena Kaye Bigham Auditorium Usher 4: Vendor 4: Physical Education Uffice 'Xssistant 4: Science Assistant 2: Perfect Attendance I. 3. Janice Blaylock Prom Committee 3: Ilonors 'Jay Banquet VVaitress 3: Va- iety Show Committee 3. to help set a new enrollment record of I549 students. Carolynn Sue Bodine ' , Christmas hlusieale I: ij , Cyni Assistant 4: I lealth 5 I Assistant 4: Gym Ile- ll ' lmartinent il ypist 4. Gary Dale Bohlen fhristinas Xlusicale I. 4: Ili' Y 4: Operetta 43 Music Festival under the Stars 4: Projection- ist 4. Sherry Pauline Bohlen '-1 l5uture Nurses' Clulm 2. 3: l.iln'ai'y Assistant 3, Operetta 3: Southern ll- linnis CIImr:iI CIinic I. 2, 3: Christmas Nlusif cilc I, 2. J. lOl Billie Wayne Book Perfect Attendance 1, 2,5 llon- or Roll 2. William Border Football 2, 3, -l: Track 2, -lg Vlfrestling 25 Perfect Attend- ance l, 4. .lohn Arthur Boyd Baseball 3, -l: lli-Y 2, 3, -ll Chemistry Club 3. Madonna Kay Boyer Physical Education Office As- sistant -lg Library Assistant 35 Auditorium Usher -lg Cperet- ta 3, 45 Prom Committee 3. Donna Kay Braddy Library Assistant 3: State Mu- sic Contest 3, -lg Operetta -lg Tri-City Chorus 3, -lc Christ- mas Nlusicale 2, 3, 4. Dorina Kay Briscoe Veruois News Business Man- ager -lg Quill St Scroll 3, 45 Student Directory Staff 45 Perfect Attendance l, 2, 35 Verwois News Reporter 3. Connie Sue Brown Associate Business Manager, Veruois News 45 Quill 81 Scroll 3, 45 Vernois News lie- porter 3: Music Assistant 45 Library Assistant 3. Darlene Dorcas Bruell Future Teachers of America Club 35 Latin Club 35 Perfect Attendance l. 2: Christmas Klusicale l. Neaffro Sue Brumley llomeinaking, Assistant 45 Physical Education Assistant 3: Style Show 2, 3. We studied orange handbooks and bought directories: Russell Bullock Projectionist 35 Baseball 4. Harry Delroy Bumpus Beverly Jo Ann Burgess Perfect Attendance 1. 2, 3 Diversified Occupations5 Style Show 2. 102 pn- Larry Lavern Burkett Uliawvillc High School l, 2: llonor lloll l, 2g Basehall l, 2,5 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Track 2. Allen Duane Burton Foothall l, 2: illracla l, 2: Oli- ficc Occupations, Cofops Cluhg Perfect Attendance 2, 3. Linda Lou Buskool lli-Tri l, 2, 5. 4: Business lid- ucalion Assistant 3: Physical Education Lcaclcr 4. Carolyn Sue Campbell Style Show 2, 3, Pcrtect At- tcnclancc 3. Carol Campbell Cheerleader l, 2, 5, 4: Co- captain -lg lli-iliri Council 4, Vvmois Circulation lVlanagcr 4, Vernois Senior Staff' 4: Va' ricty Show l. 4. Susan Campbell Prom Attendant 3: lli-Pl ri l. 2, 3, 45 Council 4, Cymnasif um Usher 3, 4: Variety Show l, 3, Verrmis Circulation Klan- agcr 4. Larry Carlton Thomas Cary Carlton Basketball l, 2, 3, 4g vllracli rl10illU l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Clulv 4, lli-Y lc VVorld History Pro- jecticmist 2. Kathy Carman ,s We struggled to open lockers, to find classrooms. Donald Dale Carpenter Vcrnois Business Manager 5, 45 Vcrnois News Sports Edi- tor 4, Operetta l, 2, 3, 4g Golf Team l. 2. 5, 4, llonor lloll l. 2, 3. Mary Elizabeth Carpenter Christmas Musicale lg Oper, etta Painting Crew 25 Moclcl for night art classes 2: Physi- cal Education Assistant 3: SIU Music Festival uncler thc Stars l. Frank Welborn Carr Football l, 2, 3. -l: Track l. 4, American Legion Award 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: llonor Roll l, 2, 3. 103 Coleman Carrodine, Jr. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Football l, 2. 3, 4:B11seb:nll l. 2, 3. -ln 'lrickl 7 3 -l t ,...,.,. Ann Elizabeth Chaney Secretary of Student Council -lg Ili-Tri Council -iz Clieer- leader 4: Prom Attendant 35 Future il0lHL'lHLlliCI'S of Amer- iezi Cliristinaga Dance Queen 3. Clifford Christensen Ycrnois llocltet Club 2, 3: Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3. Billie Lee Clark Spaghetti Supper Committee 3 Richard Arland Clark lli-Y Club l. 2. 3. 4: Soutli- ern Illinois University CTl1Ul'2ll Clinic l, 2, 3: Homecoming Committees 2, 3. 4: Opercttzr l, 2, Cast 2: Truck 3, 4. Samuel Ellsworth Clarke lli-Y Club l. 2: Christmas lXll.lSlC1llC 3: Painting Crew -l. Larry Gene Clay Class Officer lg Football l. 2, 3, -lg Baslietbnll l, 2, 3, -ig Truck l, 2. 3, 4: State 'lirziclc Xleet 3. Loretta Marie Clinton Prizm Queen Attendant gs Class Officer -lg lli-'liri Coun- cil Vice-President -ig Co-ops -lg American Legion Award 2. Sandra Sue Coberly Coops 4: Style Show 2g Prom Coinmittee 3: Switch Board Operator -l. We ate in a new cafeteria, saw a new college opem 104 Lendell Lee Cocke Jimmie Denean Cockrum Dean Lee Coffman Biology Club 2: Chem- istry Club 3: Vernois Rocket Society 3, 4, Vice-President 33 Iii-Y Club 3. We tried a new idea --- a party on the football Peggy Carlene Crawford Nlimcograpli Operator 3: Nurses Assistant 4: Style Show 4: Cafe. l. Glenn Laban Cross President of Collinsville Dist. of Student Coun- cils 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 3: Class Officer l, 43 Stage Manager 3, 4: llonor Roll I, 2, 3. Edward Curtis Ill Student Council lg ll0lllC1'00I'll President l: Golf 2. 3. 4: Variety Show I, 3, 4, Vernois Circulation Staff 3, 4. 1 . i l.awrence Edward Collins Proiectionist 1, 2, 3, 4: Per feet Attendance 3. Denzel Conner, Jr. Gilbert Louis Conner Science Assistant 2: llonor Roll 1. Gary Dean Cook HifY Club 4. Geraldine Cooksey Veruois News Reporter 3, Typist 4: Future Nurses' Cluli 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. 3, President -lc State Music Con- test 3: Operetta 3: State Mu- sic Contest 3. Jeanette Faye Cooper Jeffco lluture ,lqC1lCllLI'S of America 2, 3: Perfect Attend ance 3: Spanish Club 45 Li- brary Club 4, President 4: Pliysical Education Assistant3 Joe J. Covington Frojectonist I: Stage Crew l: Rifle Team l: Kemper Mili- tary School, liooncsville, 'Mis- sfzuri, l. Carolyn Sue Cowan Prom Decoratmv Committee T1 3: lflonieconiing Decorating Conunittee -l: Style Sliow 4: Lilriry Assistant 3: lli-Tri l, 2, 3, 4. Albert Lee Cox Benton Iligli Scliool, Benton, Illinois: Diversified Education 4. field. may 105 YQ' Sylvia Steele Curtis Garfield High School, Terre Haute, Indiana 1, 2: Office Occupations 4: Co-ops -lg Y- Tecns 23 Library Club 2: Lat- in Club l, 2. Darrell Ray Davis Christmas Nlusicale 2: Paint- ing Crew 4: Chalk Talk 2: Perfect Attendance 2, 3: El- ston junior-Senior High. Robert Davis Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2. Melvin Lewis Delaney Hi-Y -lg Perfect Attendance l, 2, 3. Danielle DeWitt Honor Roll I, 25 Veruois Ad- vertising Staff 3, 4: Vernois Circulation Staff 3, 4: Verizois Assistant Staff 3: University of Illinois Press Conference 3. Mary Jane Dillingham Perfect Attendance 1, 2: Fresh- man Party Committee l: Style Show 2: Vernois Typist -l: Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 4. Kenneth Grissom Dillingham Orchestra 4: German Band 4: District Music Contest 3: Christmas Nlusicale l, 2, 3, 4: Music under the Stars l. Charlotte Ann Dixon Library Assistant 2: Prom Decorating Committee 3: Ver- 'nois Circulation Staff, l, 2: Vernois Day Assistant 3: Hon- or Roll 1, 2. Marlin Dean Dixon Honor Roll l, 2: Perfect At- tendance 1, 3. We voted in the school's mock presidential election: Marvin Gene Dixon Delmar Dean Dorris lli-Y 1, 2, 3, -lg Diversified Education 4, President 4: Per- ii fect Attendance l, 2. Reta Yvonne Drennan Office Occupations 4: Style Show 3: lli-'lri 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 3: Future Nurses' Club l. ,V fi A it t 106 5 r rs fx Mary Lee Duncan llcruois News licportcr 3gl'e1'- 'W df:- :mis News Circulation Mana, gcr 4: llonor Roll 1, 2g Circu- lation Assistant 3: Officc As' sistant 4. Fred Arthur Dunham Opcrctta I, 2, 3, 4, Christmas blusicalc l, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show l, 2, 3, 45 Music Fcsti' val under thc Stars I, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2. Judy Janet Dycus 'lri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Mu' sic Festival unclcr thc Stars l, 2, 3, 4, Opcrctta 3, 45 liome- malcing Assistant 1, 3, 4, Christmas blusicalc l, 2, 3, 4. U Phyllis Carlene Dyel ix Oltice Occupations 43 Co-ops 43 Etiquette lg llifllri 4g Bcllcv villa Fllownsliip lligli School, licllcvillc, Illinois 3. Bernice Edwards llus Assistant 3. 4: Nurses Assistant 3: Prom Decorating Committcc 3: Mimcograph Operator 45 Future Nurses' Club l, 2, 3, 4. Mattie Louise Edwards liuturc Nurscs' Club l, 2, 3, 43 Nursc's Aide 3, 4, Nursc's Assistant 4: Cirls' Atlilctic As' sociation 3, 4: lli-Tri l,2.3,-l. Linda Lou Elliott ffiuun Pcrlcct Attcntlancc 3: Art Ac Qan- tivitics 2, 3. James David Ellis Ronnie Ellis lli-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Vicc-prcsidcnt 33 Football lg Bascball 43 Pcr' lcct Attendance l, 2, 3. 'v--..., Q-. 'Q'-. Result was Eisenhower, 9I3 votesg Stevenson, 540. Julianna Maria England Vernois News Associate Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Op- crctta 3, 4, Lead 31 National 'lilicspian Society 4: Vernois Day Assistant 3. :a l fi E Mary Leah Fickle Veruois Picturc Staff 4, Prom Decorating Committcc 35 l lomcconiing Float Connnittcc -lg junior Class Spaghetti Sup' per Committee 31 llonor lioll S Guin. ...M 1. 2, s. Russell Fields 107 Patricia Ann Fitch Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Ili-Tri Council 4: Opcretta 2, 3. 4: Minor Lend 3: National Thesf piam Society 4: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. Walter Lynn Fitzjerrells Future Farmers ot America 2, 3, 4. Edward Gale Flota Perfect Attendance l, 3: Track I: lli-Y l, 2, 3, 4. Mary Frances Floyd Office Occupations 4: Coops 4. Dennis Larry Ford Kathryn Aileen Fore Vernois Advertising Staff 3: Verrzois Circulation Stuff 3, Vemois Day Assistant 4: Ver- mxis Picture Stuff 4: Principals Assistant 3. David Fredricks Colf Team 2, 3, 4: Projection- ist 3: Prom Committee 3: Va- riety Show 3. John Robert Furby Webber Township High School, Bluford, Illinois l, 2, 3: Junior Class Play 3: Paper Staff 2, 3: Basketball l, 2: llonor Roll l, 2, 3. Margaret E. Gaddis Principals Assistant 4: Christ- mas Musicale 2: State Music Contest 2: Mimeograph Oper- ator 3: Ili-Tri l, 2, 3, 4. As sophs, we tried to resell our elevator tickets, 108 Roberta Jean Gaines Gym Assistant 3: Style Show 2: Co-ops 4: Cirls' Athletic Assocation 3g Prom Committee 3. Harry Thomas Gant Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Perfect Attendance l, 2: Honor Roll 1, 2. 3. Elaine Hilda Garbers V ernois Editor-in-Chief 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Operetta 2, 3, 4, Band Council 3, 4: llonor Roll 1, 2, 3. J R, , . X and we won our second Cpen House, attendance WU .3 :fm . , Old! Marlin Everett Greer Honor Roll 2, 3: Per- fect Attendance 3. William Thomas Greer Biology Club 2: Hi-Y Oluh 3, 4. Bonnie Faye Gregory Nlajorcttc 3, 4: Variety Show l, 3, 4: Opcrctta 4, 4: llisrict and State Nlusic Contest 3, 4: Ohristmas Musicalc l, 2, 3, 4. Pegg Jean Garrison Chalk Talks l: Prom Commit- tee 3: Natonal Employ thc Physical Handcappcd Local VVinner lg State Ensemhlc Winner 3: Operetta 3, 4. Marilyn Jane Gibbs News Editor Vernois News 4, Vernois News Reporter 3: Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vernoix Circulation Staff I, 2, 4: Op- cretta Committee 3, 4, Chair- man 3. Dorothy Glover Shirely Jean Gold Cheerleader 2, 3. 4, Co-cap- tain 4, Ili-Tri 1. 2. 3, 4, Council 4: Vernois Advertising Staff 2, 3, 4: Vernois Circula- tion Staff 3, 4: Operetta 3, 4. Larry Edward Goldman Ili-Y lg Future Farmers ol' America 4. Jerry Lee Gosney Lina Ann Goss Verzfmis Assistant liditor 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Comma nism vs. Democracy Essay Contest VVinncr 2: Verrwis Day Assistant 3: l'onor Roll l. 2, 3. Patricia Joan Grant Office Occupations 4: lli-Tri l, 2, 3, 4. C0l1tESl. , 'inc 'Q:Qf3,:. . . - w K ,A mfg- N W Y if W t 109 . S Rt Pi .. . i f Q' .lm . .. few-N. Richard Ted Gresham Basketball lg Football lg Per- fect Attendance 1, 2, 3. James Thomas Griffith, Jr. Vern-ois News Reporter 3: Bi- ology Club 2g Spanish Club 3, 43 Vernois News Advertis- ing 33 Vernois Circulation Staff 4. Robert Thomas Grooms Perfect Attendance l, 2, 39 Spanish Club 4: Hi-Y lg Football l, 2, 4. Larry Grothoff Future Farmers ot America l, 2, 3, 45 Secretary l, President 2, 4. Bette Lou Gruenwald Orchestra 45 Band Council 4, Secretary 4: District Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll l, 2, 3. Sidney Mae Hale Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 4g Style Show 4. Gilbert William Hall Peggy Joyce Hall Style Show 3. Dennis Hamson We "swung our partner" at our class square dance, Oliver Lee Hardin Cletus Max Harlow Vocational Auto 3: Diversified Occupations 4. Irvin Lee Harlow Hi-Y 1,25 Athletic Manager lc l.atin Club 25 llzznor Roll 2. 110 Ammie Sue Harris Carol Uotsen Iligh, Crenaclu. Mississippi I, 2, 3, Ili-Y I, 2, Future I Iomemalters ol: Amer- ica -I. Janice Kay Harris Iiuture Nurses' CIuh I, 23 Li- hrary Assistant 35 Physical Ifclueation Assistant 4. Mary Jane Hastings Foreign language Club I. 2: Ili-'liri 4, Auditorium Usher 4g Future Nurses' Cluh 4, Prom Decorating Committee ri. Betty Marie Hatchett Style Show 2, Social Studies Assistant 3. Elaine Hatfield Social Studies Association 5, Future I Ioimemakers of Amer- ica -I: Christmas Dance Com- mittee -I: Ilvcle Park Iligh, Chicago, Illinois 1, 2: Physi- cal Ifclueation Assistant 2. Arla Harriet Hauk Uperetta I, 2. 3. -I1 Variety Show 2. 3. -I: District Music Contest 2, 3, -ig Christmas IVIusieaIe I, 2, 5, 49 Piano Ile- partment Program I, 2. 3, 4. John Gilbert Hawkins East Alton, VVood River Com- munity Iligh School I, 2, 3, junior Ilngineers I, 3: Tennis 2, 35 Ilonor Roll I, 2. Calvin A. Hayes Donnie Ray Hayes Iliversifiecl Eciueation 4. if... 1' is ,Q We 3-2.9 if cvw' 1535 X Viv, and we helped clean up after the Dec. I8 tornado. 'Q Wx.-.. Janet Fay Hayes Art Assistant 2: Painting Crew 2. 3: Ilomecoming Committee 4, Prom Committee 3: Christ- mas Wlusicale I. Janet Kay Hayes .-Xuditorium Usher -I: l'ernois Iypist 4, I'eri1ois News All vertising Staff 4: IVlilDL'0gl'ill7ll Operator -iz I,l'l'lllIIS Picture Staff 4. Judith Ann Hayes Style Show I, 2: Ili-'I'ri, I, 2, 3, -I. III Sharon Lynn Hayes lli-Tri l, 2. 3, 43 Social Stu- dies Assistant 3: Style Show 4. 1 Thomas RayvHayes l'uture Farmers ol America 2. Thomas George Heidenreich Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball I. 2, 3, 4: Track 1. Carl Mitchel Helverson Darrell Henn N ocational Occupations. Janetta Marie Henrv Library Assistant 3: Nlimeo- graph Operator 33 Office Oc- cupations 4: Science Assist- ant 2. Larry Ray Henry, 1 Drum Major 3, 4g Coll rl eani l, 2, 3. 1 Cerman Band 4: District Klusic Contest 2, 3, 43 State Music Contest l, 2, 3, 4. Barbara Jean Heniler State Music Contest 2, 3g Spanish Club 3g ltlusic As- sistant 3: Library Assistant 3: Prom Committee 3. William Wayne Hertenstein Operetta 2. 3. 4: District Mu- sic Contest 2. 3, 3 Freshman Basketball: Track lg Christ- mas lVlusicale l, 2, 3, 4. We shared the shock of the first Russian "Sputnik" Beverly Jean Heskett Operetta 2: Christmas Musicale 2: Future Nurses' Club 2, 3, 45 Style Show 2, 3, 4. Donna Payne Hess Cym Assistant, Office 4g l'li-Tri l, 2, 3, 45 Fu- ture ll0lDCIH2llCCI'S of America 2: Style Show 2. Sue Ann Hester Perfect Attendance 35 Office Occupations 4: Ccrops 4: llonor Roll l, 2, 3. 112 Marshall Weldon Highsmith Jperetta 2, 3, 4g Christmzis lusicalc l, 2, 3, 4: District too Contest 3, District En- se lrle Contest 2, 3, llonor o l, 2, 3. Sharon Jane Hillard Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Band Coun- cil 3, -lg Orchestra Council -lg District Solo Contest 3, State Solo Contest 3. Gary Allen Hodge llonor Roll 1, 25 Orchestra l, 2, 3. 45 Singing Strings 2, 3, 4: Music Festival under the Stars 2, 3, 4: Music Contest 2, 3, -l. Sharon Hodge l'7Cl'HUiS News Reporter 3, Mimeograph Operator 33 Of-- fice Occupations 4, Coops,-l. Larry Edwin Holman Perfect Attendance lg Worlcl llistory Projectionist 2. Patricia Ann Holman Prom Attendant 35 lli-'Tri 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Variety Show l, 2, 3g Office Assistant -lg l'crn0is 1, 2, 3, -l. Barry Holl- Perfect Attendance lg State Music Contest lg Projection- ist 2, 3, -lg Prom Committee 3. Robert Melvin Holtman Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Football l, 2, 3, -lc 'llraclc 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, 4. Philip Vaughn Hopkins Footlaall l, 2. But we were proud that our class led the Honor Roll. Jacqueline Sue House Judy Kay Houseworth lli-Tri l, 2, 3, 4g Gym Assistant 4. Jimmie Dean Hughey 113 E Our junior year started a long series of "firsts" Marilyn Fay Jones CAA l, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 4. Dance Committee 3: Art Assistant 3: Variety Show llshcr 3. Sarah Lee Jones Perlcet Attendance l, 2, 35 liuture Nurses' Cluh l. 2, 3, -lg hliineograph Operator 3, O O 4: Co-ops 4. Carole Sue Jordan Music Festival l: Christmas Musicale l, 2: PE Office As- sistant 4: Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3. 4: Future Nurses, Club 4. 114 Gloria Jean Hutchcraft Physical Education Assistant 3, -lg Future Homemalcers of America 3: Benton Consoli- dated High School 3: lli-Tri l, 2, 3, 4: Bus Assistant 3. Ronnie Hutchison Diversified Occupations 3, 4. Charles Irvin Phyllis Ann Ishmael Latin Club 2. 3: Tri-City Chorus 2, Christmas Musicale l, 2: French Assistant 4: Homecoming Decoration Committee 3, 4. Frank William James Valparaiso High School, Val- paraiso, Indiana l. 2: Variety Show 25 Dwight Township High School, Dwight, lllinois 3: Junior Class Play 3: The Trojan, School Newspaper 3. Larry Thomas Jennings Berneda Louise Johnson Style Show 2, 4. Dorothy Evelyn Jones Bus Assistant 2: Future Home- malters of America 4: Perfect Attendance l, 3. Ernest Wayne Jones Operetta 2, 3. 4: State Music Contest 2, 3, -lg Spanish Club 3: Prom Committee 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. Sharon Russell Karch Painting Crew 4. Michael Herman Karl German Band 33 District and State Music Ensemble Con- test 35 Music Festival under the Stars lg Ilonor Roll 23 Band Council 3, 4. Charlotte Kay Keef Style Show 2g Library Assist- ant 3, 45 Homemaking Assist- ant 45 Future llomemakers of America 4. Leon Frank Kehrer Diversiliecl Occupations 3. Jane Elizabeth Keiser Spanish Club 4: Christmas Musicaie 1, 2, 3, -lg Opcretta 3, 43 Southern Illinois Choral Clinic 25 State Music Con- test 3. Judy Elaine Keiser Spanish Club 45 Christmas Musicaie l, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 Southern Illinois Choral Clinic 21 State Music Con- test 3. Carol Ann Kelley Upcretta 3g Office Occupa- tions 4g Ccrops 4, State Music Contest 2, 3: Christmas Mu- sicaie l, 2, 3. James Kelley Linda Joyce Kincaid Style Show 29 Perfect Attend-- anee 39 Library Assistant 3. 1 Almost everyone learned to "Hoola Hoop." Peter Komaso Track 3, 4: Chemistry Club 35 Rocket Club 3. Dan Lee Kotter Varsity Basketball Manager 2, 3, -l: Varsity Football Mana- ger 3, Perfect Attendance l,3. Myron Edward Kownacki Waltonville Community lligh School lg Class Vice-President lg Perfect Attendance 3.- 115 Alice Arline Latham Biology Assistant 3: Biology Club 2: blimeograph Opera- tor -lc Science Assistant 2: Vernois Circulation Staff 2. William Leroy Lawrence VVoodlawn High School. VVoodlawn, Illinois 1. Linda Ellen Lehman Future I-lomemalcers of Amer- ica 3, 4, President 4: National Thespian Society 45 Variety Show Mistress of Ceremonies -lc Voice of Democracy Con- test Finalist 2: llonor Roll 1,2. Susan Kay Lewis Typing Assistant 3, 4, French Club -lg Biology Club 4: Prom Decorating Committee 35 Dawson lligh School, Clen- dive, Montana l, 2. Gary Lynn Ligon James Ray Lockwood Football 1. 2: Basketball l: Baseball 2, 3. Carole Ann Lowery Christmas Musicale lg Music Festival 1: Style Show 23 Hi- Tri l. 2, 3, -l. Carolyn Irene Lowry Springfield I ligh School, Springfield, Oregon I, 2, 31 Style Show 35 Diversified Oc- cupations 4. Nellie Evelyn Lusby Gym Assistant 4, Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 43 lli-Tri Conference -l. Crowded condifliions forced us into split assemblies, 1 16 if Jacqueline Sue Lynn Switchboard Operator 3, 4, Aud. Usher 2, 3, 4: Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4, Con- ference 4: Prom Com. 3. Laurence McCarthy Perfect Attendance l,3g Science Ass't. 2g Bkkg. Ass't. 3, 4: VVorld His-- tory Projectionist 2: l'lonot Boll l, 2, 3. Doris Lee McCowan Christmas Nlusicale l. 2, 35 SIU blusic Festi- val l, 2, 39 Tri-City Chorus 2, 35 Operetta 35 Prom Committee 3. but accelerated classes stepped up academic Dulcy Arlene Marshall Library Assistant 45 Style Show 2, 3, 4. 'David Alan Martin Football l, 2, 3, 45 Ath- letic Manager l, 25 Va- riety Show 35 Prom Committee 3: Biology Cluh 2. Patricia Ann Martin Christmas hlusicalc l, 25 Tri-City Chorus 25 Sill Choral Clinic 25 Bus Assistant 25 Physi- cal Education Assistant 3, 4. Connie McKinney Style Show 2, 3, 45 Future llomemalcers of America -l: llomemalting Assistant 4. David Harry McMullen Student Council Treasurer 4: Boys' State 3, 45 Vernois Day Staff 45 V crnois News Report- er 35 llonor Roll l, 2, 3. Ronald Eugene McPl1eeters Future Farmers of America I, 2, 3, 4. Jerry Dwain McQueen Projcctionist l, 2, 35 Noon Recreation 35 Diversified Oc- cupations 4. Daniel Vernon McVey Football Manager 15 Honor Roll 2: Prom Committee 35 Spanish Cluh 2, 35 Biology Club 2. David Charles McVey Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Biology Cluh 2: Spanish Club 3. I Patricia Irene Maierhoffer Art Assistant 45 Bookkeeping Assistant 35 Challk Tall: l, 45 lli-Tri l, 2, 3, 4: Cirls' Ath- letic Association 2. Glenda Louise Mannen English Assistant 35 Prom Committee 35 Verrzois Picture Staff 45 lloinecoiming Float Committee 45 Ili-Tri Confer- ence 4. Logon Hall Marlow Vocational Electricity Fore- man 3, 4. levels. WC' 117 Qu Penelope Jean Martin Vernois News Feature Editor 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Op- eretta 2, 35 Gymnasium Ush- er 35 Honor Roll 3. Curtis Lloyd Maschger Perfect Attendance 1, 2. Wilma Aline Matthews Perfect Attendance 1, 25 Stvle Show 2, 35 Future Homemak- ers of America 45 I-Ii-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Cafeteria 3. Judith Eleanor Maynor Style Show 2, 3, 45 Honors Day Banquet Waitress 35 Fu- ture Homemakers of America 3, 45 Library Assistant and Representative 4. Richard Gerald Mays Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Janet Sue Mendenall Coeops 45 Distributive Educa- tion 45 Mimeograph Operator 35 Style Show 35 Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 4. Shirley Ann Mendenall Future Hornemakers of Amer- ica l5 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 1, 45 Dramatic Club 25 Mattoon High School, Mat- toon, Illinois. Louise Elaine Metzger Style Show 2, 3. Geraldine Helen Mierek Current Events Club 15 Fu- ture Homemakers of America 15 Science Assistant 25 Office Occupations 45 Co-ops 4. Winter brought the first annual Christmas dance: John Harlow Milward Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 25 Variety Show 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 junior Class Spaghetti Supper. Barbara Ann Minor Office Occupations 45 Music Festival under the Stars 1, 25 Christmas Musicale 1, 25 Per- fect Attendance 35 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4. Donald Eugene Mitchell Operetta 2, 35 District Music Contest 2, 35 Christmas Musi- cale 1, 2, 35 SIU Choral Cllin- ic 25 State Music Contest 2,3. 118 Ted W. Mitchell, Jr. l,C1'I'7UiS News Art Editor 33 Stuclent Uirectory 31 District and State Music Contest 3, -ll Chrisinas Musicale 2, 3, -ia Prom Decorating Committee 3. Jimmy Modlin l'uturc l'ar1ncrs oi America 2. 3, 4. William Fitch Montfort liootlmail l, 25 Variety Show 2, 3: Prom Committee 3: Chem- istry Club 4: Vcrnois Rocket Society 2. Glenn Ellis Moore, Jr. lfootlmalii, 2. 3: Track 2: State Music Contest l, 3, 4g Ver- uois News Reporter 3g Honor lioli l, 2, 3. Ruth Ann Moore Science Assistant 25 Lilmrary Assistant 33 Style Show 2, 45 Cafeteria Casliier -lg Future llonicmalters of America 4. Terry Moore l'uturc l'ariners oi America l. 2, 3, -i. James Lee Morgan Southern Illinois Univcrsitx' Math Contest 33 Iionor Roll I, 2, 3. Neal Morgan Variety Show 2, 39 Library Assistant l, 25 Woociivorlting Assistant 3: nletai Assistant 3: Guidance Assistant 3. Paul David Morgan Spring saw us taking junior tests. .Andrea Kay Morris ontest 3, -lg Future lloinci. .liters of Amt-rica 2g lli-Tri l. 2. 3, -l. Gary Wayne Morris lQitui'e laarniers oi America 4. William Neil Morris 5 iristnias l 2, 3, 45 State Niu- 'st 2, 3, 4: Perfect 432021 .ip if, 552621, 2 ,,-f'i"1 xg, 119 Benjamin Glyn Moses Dance Band I, 2, 3, 4: Stu- tlent Band Conductor 3, 4: Boys' State 3: Stage Crew I. 3, 4: llonor Roll I, 2, 3. Ronnie Lee Moyer Checker Champion I, 3: Chess Champion I, 3. Jerry Clyde Mullican Ili Y 2 4 Michael Aaron Murphy Stage Crew 4, Projeetionist 2: Prom Committee 3. David Earl Myers Operetta I, 2, 3. -I: Prom Committee 3: lunior All- School Play Ig State IXlusic Contest 2, 3: Christmas Blu- sicale I, 2, 3, 4. Elizabeth Ann Myers Lihrary Assistant 2. Marjorie Mylius District Junior Academy of Science Contest 2, 3: Operetta 3: District Music Contest 2, 3, State Contest 2: Biology As- sistant 4: Honor Roll I, 2, 3. Michael Kent Neal Robert Gordon Neal Student Council? I, 2. 4, Vice- presiclcnt -I: Class Officer 3: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Football I, 2. 3, 4. Tracls I, 2, 3. -I. We dressed like gypsies and served spaghettig isa.. 4' 120 Ronald Neal Central High School, Springfield, Nlissourig Bellaire Senior High Ilouston, Texas. Linda Kay Newton Honors Day Vllaitress 3: Perfect Attendance I: Style Show 2, 3. Donnie George Nichols i ew ' V' QQ P .ww YL ' i ,gf ragga? ., 3, MEL i if in dn, . g i 2 i Xle sold magazines to pay for the prom Garnett Earl Peek rasketlvall l: Baseball l, ,-l. Donna Eileen Peterson lffice Occupations 4: krops -lx Music Festi- ,il Linder the Stars l: ilmrary Assistant 2: Hi- Ari I 7 3 4 ..., - v Paul Edward Phillips 'oeationall Machine hop 3, 4. Doris Joan 0'Block Mimeograph Operator 4: Ven- dor 3: Play Committee l, 2: Library Assistant 3: Nurs:-'s Assistant 2. Edward J. Ohms Football l, 2, 3, -lg Perfect At- tendance l, 2, 3: Prom Com- mittee 3: llcmor llolll l. 2, 3. William Oslager Glenda Joyce Overby Christmas Musicale l, 2, 3: Operetta 3: Vendor 5: Perfect Attendance I, 2: Biology As- sistant 3. Sondra Genitee Page Lilnraty Asssitant 2: Vendor 4g Prom Decorating Committee 5: Co-ops 4: llonor Roll l,2,3. Kay Bayer Pate lli-rllri l, 2, 3, -lg Christmas Musicale lg Future Homemak- ers of America Style Show 2. 3: llonors Day Banquet Wait- ress 3. Kenneth Rayburn Pate llonor Roll l. Sylvia Darlene Patterson VVellston lligh School, St. Louis, Missouri l: Music Fes- tival under the Stars 2: Christ- mas Musicals 2gTri-City Cho- rus 2: Spanish Club 4. Darell Pearson Current Events Cluh l: Per- fect Attendance 1, 3. 121 Sarah Sue Phillips junior All-School Play 35 Ili- Tri 3, 4, 'Council 4, Stage Crew 43 Speech Assistant 3, 4: Homecoming Parade Com- mittee 4. Robert Lynn Pickett Sydney Sue Pigg Verrmis Staff 3, 45 Vernois Typist 43 Honor Roll 3: Li- brary Assistant 3g Operetta Committee 3. Lendell James Poston Perfect Attendance 2, 3, lli- Y 4. Charles David Potter Perfect Attendance l, 2, 39 Hi-Y l, 2. Claudia Joan Price Student Council President 4, Representative at Large 49 Class President I, 2, 35 Prom Attendant 3g Cheerleader 1, 2, 45 Hi-Tri President 4. Michael Lee Rainey Operetta 2, 3. 4: District Mu- sic Contest 2, 3, 4, State Mu- sic Contest 2, 3, 4, Christmas Musicale l, 2, 3, 4: Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 4. Patricia Joyce Rainwater Variety Show 3, 4g All-School Play 3: Vernois Advertising Staff 45 Prom Decorating Committee 3: Stage Crew 4. Mildred Louise Ramsey Future Hcimemalccrs of Amer- ica 2, Style Show 2, 4: Future Nurses, Club 3, 43 Cafeteria Assistant 3. On May 2 we danced in an "Oriental Springtime? Guy Randall Future Fariners of America 3. James Roy Ratliff Helen Dee Reed Nurses Assistant 3: Physical Education Assistant 4: Perfect Attendance 2, 3. 122 Connie Mae Rhynes nior All-Sclmoll Play 35 Op- nist Club Essay Winner 35 iriety Show 45 Homecoming trade Committee 45 llonor ill I, 2, 3. Nancy Ann Richards :ndor 3, 45 Perfect Attend- tce lc Prom Decorating nmmittee 35 Vernois Circula- m 25 Vernois Advertising aff 2. Carolyn Jean Roach yle Show l, 45 Perfect At- ndunce l. Sandra Kay Roderick ,litor-in-Chief, Vernois News Quill and Scroll 3, 45 :mimunism vs. Democracy :say Contest Winner 25 Illini irls' State Alternate 35 Hon- Ptoll l, 2, 3. George Sylvester Rush Kenneth Ray Rutherford iversifiecl Occupations 4. James Harvey Sammons 'ojectionist 35 Rocket Club 3. Douglas Sapper .idet Drill Team 3, Honor uard 35 Football l, 45 Truck Homecoming Committee 45 .lmirnl Furrngutt Naval :ademy, St. Petersburg, Flo- lu 2, 3. William Mclntire Schelosky hristmas Musicale l, 2, 3, 45 peretta 2, 3 45 Variety Show Master of Ceremonies 45 'om Decorating Committee District Music Contest 2, 4. ln August 28, I959, we took our place as X 52,4 if . 5. 1 t, .W .ef 5 5 - if , ui ., A I - . r -5 4. . I 3,-br . " fQ1i2 i s, j , ir' QA 1 in seniors. Alta Arlene Scott Style Show 25 Cafeteria VVorlcer l. Jerry Leon Settle, William David Settlemire Football 1, 2, 35 VVrestling 35 Truck 35 Variety Show 2, 45 Sophomore Party Committee 2. 123 Jeanne Lee Sharpe Majorette 4: Opcretta 2, 3. 4: Tliespian Society 3, -lg Variety Show 2. 3: Biology Assistant 3. John Wayne Shaw A Betty Ann Shehorn ' lli-'I ri l, 2, 3, 4g Style Show 2, 3. Gaylord Douglas Shehorn l'li-Y l, 2, 3, 4: Football lg Basketball Manager. Margaret Ann Shehorn lli-Tri l, 2, 3, -lg Latin Club 2: Style Show l. 2. William Robert Shehorn Football Manager 4: Baseball Manager 3, -lg Basketball Manager -lg lli-Y l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3. Jack Lindell Shelton Football l, 2, 3, -lg Track l, 2, 3, -lg Variety Show -l. John Wesley Shelton, Jr. Christmas Musicale l, 2, 3. 4, District Music Contest 2, 3, -l: State Music Contest 2. 3, 4. Harry Lynn Shields Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, -lg Baseball l, 2, 3, -lg Basketball l, 2. 3, 4: Premier Boys' State 3. This year was for us both a climax and a beginning, 124 Linda Leigh Simmons Christmas Musicale 1, 2g State Music Contest 2g Mimeograph Opera- tor 3: Office Occupa- tions 4g Coops Officer 4. Peggy Jeanne Simmons National Tliespian Soci- ety 3, -lg Hi-Tri Coun- cil -lz lunior All-School Play 3g Auditorium Ush- er 3: Future Teachers of America l, 2, 3, 4. Larry Glenn Skelton lli-Y 2, 3. 4: Perfect Attendance 2, 3g Base- ball 4. 6' we We participated in our last Variety Show. Gary William Sneed Quill anal Scroll 3, 4g Vcrirriis News llcportcr Kg Vcrnois News Stall' 54 llcst Story Award 33 llonor Roll l, 2, 3. Kenneth Roger Sneed Lynn J. Snyder lraclt l, 2, 3, 4: llasc- lmll l. Z. 4. -l: Footlzall I, 2. 5, 4: llaslictlmall l. Z. 5, -lg llonor lloll l, 2, 3. Jerry Don Skinner l li-Y -lc hlarshall lligll School, Cliicagog Pcrlicct At- tcmlancc l, 2, 3. Larry Joe Sledge llonor Roll 25 Opcrctta 2, fl, 4, Lcacl 3g Varicty Show 3, 4g junior All-School Play 3: Vernois News llcportcr 3. Patricia Sharon Smalley Nursck Assistant 2: Physical Education Lcatlcr 3: lli-'l'ri Council 4: llomcmaking As- sistant -lg Usher 4. Alta Jean Smith Pcrfcct Attcnclancc 2. 3: Phyf sical Education Assistant 3: Library Assistant 4. .lerry Smith Martha Sue Smith Opcrctla 3, 45 Lllll'lSflllllS lVluf sicult- l, 2, 3, 4: Wcmrlcl llis' tory Assistant 2: llomccoming Assistant 4: Vemois News llc porter 3. V Rolwert Larry' Smith l'uturc Parmcrs ol Amcrica l. 2, 3, 4. Robert Wayne Smith Vocational Drafting 3, 4: Pct" l'cct Attcntlancc I. 2, 5. Dennis Lynn Smoot Stagc Crew 4. Y' 125 Daniel Floyd Spelbring All-School Play 2, 3, 4: Na- tional Thespian Society 3, 4: Variety Show 3: Football Nlanager 45 Basketball Mana- ger 4. John Roy Squibb Projectionist 3: Variety Sliow 3. Suzanne Marie Stanger Library Assistant 3: Library Club 3: Nurses Assistant 4: Honiemaking Assistant 45 llif Tri l, 2, 3, 4. Stephen Parker Starkey Hi-Y 1: Vernois Rocket Soci- ety 2: VVestern Military Acad- emy, Alton, lllinois 3: Rifle Team 3: Astronomy Club 3. Dafid Hays Stewart Future lrarmers ot America l. 2, 3: State Judging Contest 2, 3. Mary Ann Stewart Music Assistant 3, 4g Science Assistant 4: District Ensemble Contest 2, 3: State Ensemble Contest 35 Vernois Advertis- ing,'Staff 4. i , , Pamela Stone ,K Cafeteria Assistant l, 2. r--'vlf' 'Peggy Jeannine Stover X " i'1jMajorette 1, 2, 3, 4: llead -i:L.."iXlajorette 4: Variety Show l. tj I 22.193, 4: District Music Con- 'I-' yresif 'l. 2, 3. 4: State lVlusie jp 'iConresr 1, 2, 3, -L Michael L. Strickland Operetta 2: Hi-Y l, 2, -la Rocket Club 2, 3. We helped plan the first three-day Homecoming week-endg Loretta Sue Sweetin Style Show 1, 2, 3. Ronald Lee Sweetin Diversified Occupations 4. Vicky Joe Talbert lli-Y l, 2, 3, 4: Radio liore- man 4. Hilda June Tate Style Show 2, 35 Future lloinemakers of America 3g Library Assistant 3, 43 Ili-Tri l, 2, 3, 4. Patricia Ann Tote Music Festival lg Christmas Musicale l, 2: Tri-City Cho rus 2g State Music Contest 25 Girls' Athletic Association l. Calton Eugene Taylor Vocational Machine Shop 3, -l: Christmas Musicale I: Mu- sic Festival under the Stars Ig Vllorlcl History Assistant 2. Ruth Carolyn Terry Peter A. Tindle lli-Y I, 2. 3. 4: Bookkeeping Assistant I. Gordon Tittle Sandra Sue Tittle Style Show 2, 3, 4g Periiect Attendance 25 Lihrary Assist- ant 4: Bus Assistant 3, ili- 'llri l. 2, 3, 4. 4 Arnold Richard Todd l'ootlJall l. 2, 3, 43 Dance liancl 3, -lg Ili-Y 4: Track 3,-l. l Edward Toedfe Perfect Attendance 1, 2. Float, rally, bonfire, party, and the big dance. -,am 'S- G' W B- Janet Kay Turner Gym Assistant 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association Officer 2, 3, -lc Van Buren Township High School. Van Buren, ln diana. Schuyler Bascomb Vaughan lll Golf 2. 3. -l: Football 2. 3: Christmas Musieale 2, 35 Va- riety Show 3: Chalk 'l'alk Prograin 2. Karen Sue Vaught l7L'I'Il0iS Copy liclitor 43 l'ei4 :mis Senior Stall 4: Veruois Advertising Staff I, 3, -in Vuruois Circulation Staff I, 3, Variety Show 3. 127 fn? Clyde Nelson Waddell Janet Louise Walker John Wesley Ward Kenneth Everett Warner 1 Diversified Uccupations 4. , Dianna Lee Warren Science Assistant 2: Office Occupations 45 Chalk Talks I, 25 Art Painting Crew 2, 3: Perfect Attendance 3. Judith Ann Webb Vernois Circulation Staff l, 2: Variety Show l, 25 Student Council l, 25 Homecoming Candidate 2, 35 Cheerieacler 2. Jo Ann Wehemeyer St. Francis Academy, joilet, Illinois 15 Style Show 25 3, 45 Homemaking Assistant 45 Honors Day VVaitress 2: Fu' ture Hrzmemakers of America 4. Eugenia Lee Welles iVlcLcanslvoro Township lligh School l: llarrishurg Town- ship High School 2: Girls' Athletic Association l, 2, 3: Spanish Club 4: Prom -Coin- niittee 3. Edward Arthur Wheeler lli-Y 4. The Mikado was a triumph, as was "The Reader's Theater." Edward Lee Wheeler Perfect Attendance I, 2. 35 Sophomore Class Ol'- ficer 25 Golf Team l, 2, 35 45 Variety Show l, 2, 4. Beverly Helen White World History Ass't. 2: Music Festival under the Stars 1, 25 Choral Clinic 1, 25 Health Assistant 4. Jeanne Wilderman Library Ass't. 2, 3, 45 Homernaking Assistant 4: FHA 4. 128 Wo -2 The Vernois and Vernois News told of Donald Ray Wittenbrivnk llehate Club 2: Perfect Attenclance 2. Robert Peter Wolter Class Ulliccr 3, -lg Ilon- or lloll l, 2: Student Q Choir Director 3: llasc- ball 2, 3, 4: Football l, 1. at rig, N ,. .. , K' T 's w i r. ! t Emily Ann York Wood lloincmalting Assistant 3, 4: Style Show 3, 4: Music Contest 3, 4: lli- Sheridan Ann Wiltong Future Nurses' Club l. 2, 3: Nurses Assistant 33 Style Show 3, Divcrsiliccl Occupa- tions 4, Perfect Attendance l. Brenda Williams Urbana lligh School, Urba- na, lowa l, 2, 3: Class Oldfi- ccr 35 Perfect Attendance 2: lowa State blusic Contest 2, 3: llonor lloll l, 2, 3. Carolyn May Williams Style Show 2, 3: Cafeteria Assistant 2: llonors Day XVaitrcss 2. Kenneth Lee Williams Variety Show 3: Biology As- sistant 3, 4, Vvriwis Circula- tion Staff 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3. Merli Lou K. Williamson Art Assistant 3, 4: Variety Show l, 3, 4: Chalk rllalk l. 3, -l: Future Teachers, Club 2, 3: Christmas Nusicall: l. Linda Joyce Willitord Ul'ficcOccupations 4: Bus As- sistant 2: llonors Day XVait- ress 2. Monty Lowell Wilson Opcretta 2, 3g Variety Show 4: Dance Band 4. Nelda Irene Wilton VVayne City Iligh School l, 2: 4-ll Club 1: Pep Club l. 21 Future Irlomcmaltcrs of America l, 2: Teen Age Rook Club l, 2. Patricia Kav Hardy Winder Christmas hlusicale 3: Style Show 2, 3: Library Assistant -l: Prom Committee 3: llome- coming Committee 4. COIICBITS, SPOITS3 129 Came Honors Day and -- of four years. Carolyn Ziegler Veruois Picture Staff 2 Nurses' Assistant 2, 3, Oper- etta Committee 2: Distribu- tive Education 4: Nurses' Club 2. Larry O. Wood Metal Foreman 4. Judith Elaine Wooden Library Assistant 2, 4, Style Show 2, 3, Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4. Ruth Ann Woodrome Prom Attendant 3, American Legion Award 2, Illlini Girls' State 3, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll l, 2, 3. Earl Wesley Woods Track l, 25 Football l, 2, Bas- ketball lg Baseball I, 2. Lutisha Moe Woods Style Show 3, 4, Girls' Athle- tic Association 1, 3, 4, Nurses' Club lg lli-Tri l, 2, 3, 4. Charles Lee Wright Ronald Gene Wright Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 2, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 4, District Music Contest 2, 3, 4, State Music Contest 2, 3, 4. Edward Lee Yearwood Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Per- fect Attendance 1, 2. A. York lg' aflft , aseb 1, 2. Illln 's l, 21 GEOPGIA fir! ogy? E ABYMAN MVN! SVI W. 3, if 4 YIDHODD - 0 W I ' I ff X 'lf I, , '1 1 I , I N I 1. ' A 0 UNI RS APLe Pe sH'oN' U mm, Q.Q. D.. An exciting year for the junior Class began when they reg- istered for this school term on August 28. They studied the evolution of American literature in English class, thrilling to the flowing movements of mlqhanatopsisl' and the spine-chilling action of "The Pit and the Pendulum." The juniors enjoyed the Variety Show, the Operetta, and the football and basketball games, but these activities were only preludes to the final climax of the year-Prom! The Junior Class worked hard selling candy and magazines to attain their goal of making their prom the biggest and best one ever. .Each junior will remember Prom night with its brightly colored streamers, some troublesome hoops. the dancing at the Elks, a movie after midnight, and finally breakfast at the Moose. The magic of dancing and staying out all night made Prom an unforgettable experience for everyone. At the llonors Day assembly, they watched thc seniors file in, and the juniors carried secret knowledge in their hearts that "Next year it will be If' On May 26, they attended classes for the last time as "juniors" QZWK? ,. 4,4 s 3? 15 if Juniors 'iff gf? 'Ye Q H P A 1' S d C 'I ,, ' " 1 tu ent OUIICI its We "'-4 H . i' Hi ff' ss. Council members, Ka e Purcell Geor e M ers ss. ' Y ' .tg 1' ft' v 40 z 'gl YY' 35. .sth ,Q 4' it ff is W 73:45 its , .F LW rs if 'W ft ' Class Officers BETTY CAIZIJENTER P , Y ff 1... nie CIQARK SHIILTES CHARLOTTE THOMTSOAN PAUL SNIDER V ice-president Secretary T'reasure1 132 resident R - guards-A' x ,' va, . K A 'ZX QM! it a l 3... -an 1 3 U' D 1' A ' i 5355, o':F . 'Q 635 if 's '? f " -- if-x if J 5 1 V f X5-'Q I -:4 fuiiaiu Y. .V V ,j, .I ,J xi -V A . me... I 9 'o'-933. new . - 'J gl 2' 1, 4 . . 4 gf as 'A 31. 7, no 6 in gif? f . 'ik T43 vgjsmw pkiud' s' N11 1. 1' .1 3 3.59 get x Af , ,rr .4 xl vaiw' --. .' -nv. 'g. f..:--,'-. , ,K af'fr'.:?.3..Qg. 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Pl'I'l'lll-U I Il xl Flush Plf0l'I,lQK Lfxnm' PIIZHVI- ELM.-x PNINNFII BARBARA lhlxm' u J ,,Y ,Wx ,C r uf' ,y,,4Y1,l L1 ki 4f4 rf f N 41" 1 Y 1 , 'Q 14,1 -f ,I 'I wid' V f ff ,,'MfP'-f .J-wg I ff L 611154, ,XM 4 I 1 f MU 144 Lf' I i fwfr MESA im GEURCE RALPH Nl.mELYNN1a RANMA11 PIIYLLIS ANN REED PY-XULA HEININGER IIHNRIETTA R1c'uAmmsuN MICHAEL RILEY RIICKEY RILEY CQAIL Rcxwu EVA Romanrox ROBERT Romwsox CQARRY ROUIQLTT RIARY IRODGHRS LINDA ROLLINSON JERRY RUNEY 'FERRY RUEFFER ANNETTE RUSSELL CTLAYTON SAMIVIONS DOUGLAS SAVAGE 'PHILIP SUHLAG NIICHAEL SCHVVAR'1k'Z CZLENDA RLYxuLns AIUDD Romilws PEGGY RODGLRS SUE RUSSELL M. SCHVVENNINGER YS" ,4- ' lif- ' 'E I MI I i A 1,I'1I.fXgE.'f Mf 4-n. l3,mIIfxII.'x ScII1vI3NIan CIAIIIQ SIIIILTIIS IJHNNIS SMITH KAIHLN SMITH CAIIOINN Sl'UIU,OCli , uv- 'Q"' ""-2' SI Bon SETZEKOIIN PHILIP SIIAFEII xlARY K. SIIuL'I'Ias CILENNA SIINIBIONS DoHI:I,As SMITH EDDIE SMITII SIu'I.vN SMITH STEPIIIIN SMITH junnv STAYLIIY MAIIILYNN STANDEIII 'W 4-5 if '-v arf' LAIIIIY SIIERIDAN Bomn' S1IoIaM.'HufH jcmx SIMBIONS RUTII ANN SIIINNI H CLLENDA SMITH KAIIILI. SMITH PAHI, SNIIIEII JACK SHHIHHIS fun FEIIN SIIIWAIIII SYDNIQI' S'I'0HNlIiN'l' E gvvv Q, . -3 hm I I QHIARLES Srmwn KAY SXVEETIN IIANIES FFAPI' Uuoncsu PFINSLEY IIUYQIE VVANGLER 146 wx :hiss Q ,.,...- at xx A, .-,, e I+:-sq XI I 5 3 ' . . I g . -ff in In , ,YN Nxfvljfmy ,XI I . I . I 1! , . ,j' ' -' , - . , I. I l ' - .'n.,' ,, wi Q N N 2 I I 6 'J -I .x I I ..... I .X -.-. . " I . -1 Q ' fl I , 55 A 'yy ' ' A. f -N 'X 1 f if . I, . IIS :gi H :If W5 K 'I ag 'X Q' I i I I I r ww N VIS KEITII STIIUUII SIIAROVN SULLIVAN lilllllli Sunsfx CAIILA SIITTUN DEANNA SXVOlflfORD DAIII ENL Szvhnnu l3.x1mAII,x I .ILIIIII I B11 I Y 1 .'xI.BoAI I IARIIY ,IEATIS IJAYID 'ILRIIIINIE LTIIAIIIIITIIQ 'I Ilomvsox Xv1lI'l'OR 'I mm: 'IOIINNY 'IAQLLIQY DIEIIIIY VVAIJDEIII, Runnin WHIILNI-LII 'DENNIS XVALIIIQII .LINlJAB1i'I'll VVAIIII GLUIIIA KAY VVHLIII hlmmv NVEIIII KAY XVIIBII ug-qw M5 '-if ,af wg! i f W ' .- 31K H jf. Nth P X 1 K X 1 11? YH ft ,V ' --v 1 -P , L Q f ' . V5 --" 1':.,mf1..V ' x , A' I 4 1 A 9 ' L X01 l'ic111rcJ 5 , Yr fiat, SUSAN Com new , I, bl Iilllh' ILIIXYIN I IYIARY .IANIC luss C,xI.x'lN SHAW' , .. 5. Xlfxm' Xvlllllllill lwmxu XYEIQNII-QYlill ,lmm VVESSIQI. KAREN XNIIIITIC Nluzluav X'V1n1'l'nf lom xylll'l"I'l3.NlilllIl2 UIUSIZPII XYIUKS l'.'x'1'n1c:m XVI1,lJkiuMAN cQliH.'XlllD XYlI.14lgns0N llfxvm ll. XVILI 1.-mu IJox.u,n XVII LIAMS .'AL'QllIi XX'11.1.1AMs KM' XVILIJAMS CIISOIXLLIZ W'11J1.1AMsuN FRANK VVILSUN CI1,naNlm XX'lr.soA hlouam-. XK'11sux lkxlumnm XN'INEIXlILI.Ell Kmxux XvllI'l"l'lNIlRINk 'lim XX'umm'.xx-1 IIUIIN XX'ool Ll-ix' .IEANNE XXVNIGIIT lJuN,xLv YuAnwou1m XVll,1,mM nhl!-l.ILll Q93 , " y mx f . , Y 5 J 2 Yi H W1l s - a my ff nity X94 Q kiiw ' Lx 4 Qi. ,N an 4' , h .J ?w 5Lg ' u , Q , 'lf' HX Q4 A . .ii fs 1 . Q Aw Xi as is if f iixujw v ig,f . kv if A A i"'f,f ,sm , Q Z E 1 M: Sw Q, y M ,elif el Y E138 ,iafi nw' 7 -Qfw 2 ff' 9 A us I 'Pi xgx 1' Q 4 OPHOMORES The Sophomore Class celebrated the beginning of this school year with their class party held on October 6. They danced in the gym and ran relays on the football field. Because there was no lli-Tri initiation ceremony last year, the sophomore and freshman girls were both initiated this year on September 11 in an impressive candle-light ceremony. 'llhe Sophomore Class were enthusiastic supporters of the football and basketball games, cheering the team in victory or tleleat. They were active in classes too. ln English, they paid tribute to the "Swan of Avon" by read! ing his great tragedy julizis Caesar. The world history classes memorized pages and pages of "circle terms," and the biology classes learned the proper procedure lfor diseeting a frog. The Sophomore Class ended their second year of high school with the election of their class officers and, of course, by the inevitable exams. Manx' ANN XVALKER lXlIKE JONES Vice-president Secretary Sophomores Student Council Council members, John Snodsmith, Sandy Gill Class Officers US! T ar! fm Mu Rouen VV0oD11oME President r KATHY Srswanr Treasurer We I sw. Qi in A Q...- Q? , 1 A wx 1 fa- Q- -. x 'Q' 4 '55 .,.,A,, l I in 'Uh my lilimhetli llnltn-ll Lester llalltzell Raymond llziril Sum l111 e llnrrow Carolyn ll2ll'f0l4ll!lLlCCl Dan Busl manl n Phyllis Rayne Paiulu Be: llxmzw n lloyettu Ahhott james Adams Richard Adziins Sharon Allison Louis Alt Barbara Anderson Linda Anderson ,Izmiee Ansley X'Vulter Armstrong james Arnold Roxanne Arnold Sondra Arnold -ludy Atchison Peggy Austin Mary Badgctt Caroline Baker army, nan- 5-Nw l i af., sinful' 57" ai 'MY' , t d l i . 5 ll' 544453 'Q , ji' Phylis Beam Royal Beckham Vvzlncla llcclclmm Stephen Bell -loycv Bcnthull Dulc Bernard Dorothy Berry Ccru ld llcthurcl . 3, 6 . s W N 2 4-M-V wgfl 152 K l I 2 r W r Q.. F if V ' ax I - l Rl N' ll xQl K lljbu Mqgagv 9' 1 N 6. L' Q L Rita Bcilvjewski Shurzm Bcvis VVillium Blackwell I3 urn n ie B4 rdi 11 c' Ruth Bodine Kenneth Bolcrjack Xlury Hurlaml Charles llradcly Cllcnda Braclcly Roy Bradford Ncul Brake Limln Bruoknmn johnny llruwclcr Lrrxwf Brown Dlune Brubaker Churlmtc Bruce r "'Si:,. M ev A-Ss' , A 5 rim H it A f x -5 w . .X Q f". ,r 1 - L.x.lf . ' f v iv X r David Cnrpcntcr .lun Cnrpcntcr ,lcrry Curpcntcr Shirlcv Clmmlucrs Lindzr Clmmlnliss XVcnd1-ll Clmmluliss llunnic Cllrismzm .Indy Clnrlc .Imly Ann Clark Larry Clnrlx Ironnic Clark llulmlmy Clalylmurn llzumnu Clcrnins B.lI'll2lI'il Collins .Iulm Collins Sill' Cnllins Danny l3Llfl'ULlgllS XVonclrow Butlur Lrmnic Buttrum Sznnucl Cgxlclwcll llzlvicl Grlnplmcll llnrlmrn clllTl1Lll12lD Cnrxwlc Cgrrnnlmn Duunc Curpcntcr S ,C bg Q. 'Q .. ,,:i.:L. w av W C Y' 'l 'f' ' N ,ki , 7 A . NN - ' . rf'-.px aw . 115' 5 ' '-'A 4 . x 1 5 M K H TM Wx XY, x C- . lg l ff- f . '- ,i f SJ., :mil J . o 1 S 4-4 E 'dv rr i Susan Collins Ralph Connolly Delilah Conner jimmy Conner llolwcrt Coopcr NVaynL' Cooper loin Courtney llolwcrt Cox Donald Crcccl David Cum-ll .lane Dalby Doris Darc Darlcnc Davcv David Davis Eugene Davis Laura Davis ua.. f. Mi . tw l, Us ,.,.- 3 X X Q, sq. . i .. Q XI X1-1 .i . 46115 ,011 42:1 , ,la 1 , A , W . 55: gas? K T? 3 ,Aa 5 'ISL ,. if V fi.. '--' 1 wi . - . 9 s i X M ..,.:, Q . .. A ' . L" '- . Qtwgfsx s., - - wa'-,,. 3' K Y Q Q . -4 WML, , 2 " I Us at v?-'if-ii H 'VTP' N. ISM QL K -.sK'4. Paul Davis Robert Davis Ruth Ann Parker XVilliam Davis Sandra Denham Kay Denton Mehl Derry Ronald Derry nrw P 1 if-Q ,, f A... .Q fi? V430 Q ga I larry Frislny Clary Fullcr IMPLIQILIS Fllllcrtnui iXIll1L'flC lfunklwuscr .lim Gaines lk-lilla Gam Suv Cavcttc Sandy Gill 'cf my , . it x ' 51 ., Ti in ' F x fig ' ME f NX-.. dll n um, - JA -I2 , iw! Q W, wa , .A,, '-,N wif F 1 , W. 9 Yifw. :auf -1? Q , 'XJ Vfwp 'MVC ix 4 Gloria I DcVivo Patricia llillingham Mary llilluw lknnmv Duncan Illia 'Durbin Doris llclwards David llllingswortli Nzlnd' iflliutt ,lane lfstcs Linda lfstcs Cllunn ifvcland .Xrchic Ferguson Lynda Flanagan Richard Fnlsmn 'lane Hurst Darlene Fuwlcr sa 1:7 Nlclicmie Class Larry Glenn Carroll Grzllmln -loycc Cmnt liarbimrn Grccn -luditlr Crccnwalt Charlcs Gregory Cannu Crothrmff l Nl rl a .3 Q , l 222' ' -1: if ? l,.: ,.,, .-:rl ""!' Clarence Crotlmll Lois Hula-y john Ham Anita Ilzxrlww Umm llarlow Dorothy llarmun llulvcrt llurmun Rcmclncy I lurpcr llutlr llzlrrell .lcnn Hurt Xllillizun llzltllzlwalx Plrcba l lnwkins l-1ll'I'y li. lluycs l,z:rry S, lluycs Al l1L'lDl1l l lirycs Sully lluynmn 1 ' 1' X 1 4 5, Qfx :- my s . uf 'Q ,- xebf. , it?-s Dm-is llcss S4 nnmc lm Hcstcr Clmrlcnc I liglxfill linrl I liglxslnitlm David nm Cl-L-in 1l.,11lm.l Iwi- ,,4- lam-11 Nm-,W lluglm Gln-mln llughcy Phyllis Huglwy Rulxcrtn I lmtcclclm' Diunc Huston 'Indy jackson Maxim' Johnson cl2ll'UlyI'l InfncS llcrt 'Ioncs . Luz? W, V S., , 5. Y Q1 3 J P- iv iw Q' 11 l K Qi :Ll -. 4 9 ' Qu is .. 5' f 11 Q,-L .. A gags . . ua. Y x5 ' Susan I layman .Imncs I lcancy I indu Huck Nnrxnn Hefner Snnclrn Heil Marry Helsing Carolyn lll'l'l'll11lIIl NLIIICB' Hcrtcnstcin Danny jones Donald Jones Ellis jones Marie Jones Michael jones Marie Karl Donald Kchrer Kcnnvth Keller Patty Kelley jimmy Kellums Rex Kelly Robert Kern Darrel King .lcrry Knight joe Kohur Tony Koniasm ANL 6 , . A V , 1 F. 'X si? Luv ' 'Sf E '35 if .4 Brenda Ladd Charles Ladd Pat Loi mmzl y Marilyn Lcvall Carol Lindsay Sharon Linker Joyce Liscnhy David Lucey - .,,,, . ,Af f 1 ,N . I ,B X A Q I A 9 1 ' bg' N ff af Russell lVlCPllCI'Sllll linda lVluVuy Barl mgurz 1 Mabry Calc Mack l lvnrv Hannon llnnna Nlarlowc Charles lVlartin larry Martin Limla Lomax Susan lmmax Ilnlly Luranuc llloycl Loss .lcrry lNlcAcluu -lllllll Nlglfartlmy Mika: lX'lL'clllIl'i' Arclmic Mcih ylmm lux l lamilitun McCmx'n'n Kcith McCulcl1c'nm Ronnie Mcllill llmldic Nlclluin- Shirley Ncliay Myrtle AlCKL'I1llL' Mary Elilalmcth lVl claauglmlin llulmcrt MulXlillin l in In , - , K X 1 D N: . X, 1 Violet Martin Carolyn Muscliger Rielcey Mzistmli Sam Nlateer Cale Mullins Janice Mattliews Carol Meuclor Neal Melton .. .--7 3- K V V I ea 'A 7 , if aux, E I 4-sb Cf' fe t rf... -1:2 'T 2' -mf i ,sq , .S vw 925 ,i 2 " " w g ffifw i i A 9 " kgww, ,iff ' iQ' . Qilifwwxrl 1'1xTf.'.i 1 3150 5 1 Eileen Merritt Marcella Meyers Mary Ellen Mezo Rosa Lee Mezo Danny Miller Larry Miller Lorevu Miller Willrircl Miller Newell Milwurcl Ed Misker Michele Mitchell Jack Montfort Cliarlyun Mooney Bill Mc wfvr e Donald Moore George Moore james Mounee -Iulia Ann Mullinax Marie Nlulvaney Carolyn lXlurpl1y .Iohn Murray jerry Musgrave larry Musgrave llrrin Naclolski Free lmmzxlm Neal llarlene Newell I arry Newell Miellael Oliver llavicl Overturl' Audrey Owens Wlayne Paisley Sue Parker ff af' ' www ff 4 fi r KC, gi - re , ig ., 3 X Q ra fi james Moore lnlm Moore Alice Morgan Aline lNlorgan Larry lXflurgan Marilyn Morgan Patsy lVlargan Patrick Musshulcler 1 ar e I . W I xt "-r - I , x""':.d7 ' K A , Law ' If f i l A 'ig' X 33 I 'jf lt' 1 , .. H f r -l g Q 4 A A 47? 'ST "" LE., W X 1 41 A A 9, .- 4 I 1' 'CT cn... 75 J Ruth Ann l arker Clyde Parrish Charles Parsons Carol Patton Larry Patton Alice Payne Deloris Payne lanis Payne Nina Payne jerry Peeples Paulette Pelletier Barhara Pettit 'l 'ed Phelps John Pieree Larry Eldon Pierce ,laniee Pigg 'ferry Pigg Chervl Pilson Nancy Piper l larry Pogue jaequeline Poole Erwin Porter Phil Puffer Martha Quillman FIV bl - 3 I--s i ,. ' M - - ' Q i A., 1 nu A QE Qin-s I nf, ' 3 -5,32 Y ' 4 4 'F , AA yi Marvin Rightnc Betty Roberts Virgil Robinson lVlavis Rohison Phyllis Robison Stephen Rogers Lester Rush Peggy Russell I? li A aw 5 - yi R 1 ...fb "-If' WWII' Russell Rainey ,lean Randall ,lohnetta Rash Do xmzi ld Rector Marsha Reed William Reed Andy Reid Carv Reininoer . h David Render Robert Rell john Rhynes Larry Rich Richard Richards Stanley Richardson Jacque Rightnowar Larry Rightnowar llchcccn Russell Dec Ruthcrlorcl llccl 111cm ml Ryan .lcrry S1 11111111v ns l'c1'ty S1lI'!tlllSlif Patsv Samclv llonulcl Schuh .lucly Schultz K ,M ,A .5 , yt W . , 'mn - xv- .wi 'rx ., f l RM X 'F . l it M, .. t S Q 164 1 Z 'v.. s-Pigflg ,a':3qf'1Qp. 1 ' . . Q -1-was wuoaf fn A .,, 374634-ff if 2'-'w,., 'at 'Q ' 0159, .'G3za m 11' 135 ,JM Sum Schultz Don Schwcnningcr Vllnnclu Schwcnningcr ll1ll'l72lTll Scott Phyllis Scott blolm Scrivncr ,Iudy Scvcrs lirancis Slmclfcr Carolyn Sl'12lllllCl' Pllcrrcll Sharp Bob Sharpe lJ2lVlll SllCl!0'l'I1 lcrilyn Shelton Claudette Shultcs Cary Simmons Samuel Slamzms X w mi John Snoclsmith Rich: 11'c l Sl1yCll'l' Colleen Sparks llcvcrly Spillman Wlilliam Spitlcr lluwarcl Staley l,imla Staplvs Kathy Stewart Nucl Stewart Clary Stvvcns llcnccn Stormcnt Carolyn Sttiry llohcrt Sumncr Lawrcncc Sumlcrlancl Anna Taylur Clary 'lata' Cary Slcclgc llctty Smallwoml Calvin Smith Carolyn Smith David Smith llarolcl Smith 'loycc Smith Rebecca Smith Iumes Temelcoff Glenda Terry Arudith 'I humas Lama 'l'illl'lI1l7SOI'1 Martha 'l'hurn Michael Thurn Sammy Toney Dale Trent Carl Tuhhesing Janet Turner Sherry Underwood Margaret Vurney Bonita Veuteh Jerry Volkcrt john Vowcll Diane Vuiehard Marsha Wuglier Mary Ann VVa1ker Mary Weill Iriarry Wzlllei' Linda Ward Sarah Warren Curtis Watkins Ion Wclalo 166 Not PiL'f1ll'L't1 Henry Crim linda Klcllunzlld Cary Rightnuwnr N Roger VVoodromc David Wlmmls Bob VVoodward Roger Yates Leon VVCNJ Sue xvl1iSL'Dl mnnlx t Suu VVlliILlkL'I' jun-Il XYM-hn Darrcll XVilli4uns jimmy VVilliz1ms Kurcn XVilli1 1111 s Noln VVIIIEQ 1111 s Pat VVilliums Patricia XVillianns Linda VVilliumson Linda Will lmmr wrc joseph VVilson 'Ronald VVilson Wimlncy NVoml Linda XAI0'OWdl2lI1d X 1 Gp- 5 ff: A 5? 5 , 5 lk fl F 719- .Y I , L. 5532,--?'. i vi 7 wwf' -i960 ummm B O 01 , ww. ...ifxff-f" 1-'59 1-Qfff-Tw -v-:jig MES. . AS ,Wax vu x - ,,a.3W '. 5 2 Lf' ,,'41'f,gn .A - ' .53 '2'2' -ll -'X f-, .TF-. .k, ,f .Qi V5 iulw,-C5'kQ.'i.,1 . 959' Vf f,e25gfd f ' ' 1 gf., F ' V4 is 5 A 23 Riga 'K ..' xv, LQ.. - '.,, ' '11 if L, Y -1 Ax 1. :AND mi 'K ,Fifa 5 -"L-lil E HMEN 593' '-Lu: F '1?41e1.3'-1 - . gs l 3 1 i A., K 2 ff l f' e if " 5 S . ' P ds E . - f.. M e gi "Aa I 170 Y S "VVhere's my locker? VVhere's 107-B?" 'lihese were some of the remarks the graduating class of l964 uttered as they made their debut into high school. VVith the assistance of many "kind- heartedn upper-classmen, they cashed in their useless subscrip- tions to the Vernois News and their needless tickets for the elevator in building UF". The Student Council members and the liiATri Big Sister week also helped these "Freshies', make the big adjustment. This vear saw the organization of the general music classes. The social studies groups learned the duties and privileges of every American citizen. In May the frosh elected their Sophomore Class officers for the school year 1960-61. Witli two semesters behind them, they ended the first of their four years in the wonderful world of "high school." TED IXTKINSON KAREN VVHITTENBERQ: Vice-president Sc'Cl'c'tnry Freshmen Student Council Council members, Jerry Harmon, Put Wood- rome. Class Officers CHUCK BRICKEY President PAM lViCKENZ11i Treasurer . wwf ' .af 1 A W' f 3. J 15' -f . if 592' 1. 5 - ,W ef 5 M- nl.f"' ' vw Q1 1. la I ' ' f ' 'Y' U if 4 4 ,wk 5 NA " q if 151 'Q Y if K. Abraham L. Addllil s. ll1I!!!. I. Andonan E. Anderson l. ladgal? T. Baldridgp f If : I . 1 . C. landov A. llaclx 22 Y 7 ,A ., .Z ggi c. mama A :mai I lruxan . G Bualvang L. Cappl D. Carnahan ' ' . H Q A . , .. l , 8' , J.. t f1'b X iv U T ' x J P, Adams R. Adams 8. Alien G. Allen F, Anon, xf Si I 'N 1 : ,. A .. '-Q. f ' J K.. .,,, mf ..., i A . v .ED s.-l V, E V :ai-A?',N . HW at ,xi Nm, M. Arnaud S. Arnold M. Atkinson T. Atkinson J. laekn -. ' f "M 3.2. ' 'F' in 1 Q Q' I Q- " .,, ' M ,, f, , J. Barlow D, Bayer D. Beal B, Bean :Fx w W X 3 X 1 1 b fgjf Lq'PQ 3 C' C ...Z Q :tl 5. :I V EV ,- .. as V. 7' " - V'-- .. f"' . 4' "'Tii'3s-I .. C. link K. laldray L. Bala: R. lowers K. lraddy . n , "" f - ' 1'-sw . gf u , , . lv 5. .. f ' .fi Q-4 I Q 5 Y .- T7 . ': V 1 " 1 w. . -V 'V Q K5 I if ?. xv Mv4N fa 'xxx W My guage C. lrkkoy P. Irieseacher L. Brown P. lrumley .. ' D Campbefl J. Carpentar L. Canay . . ,, ......,., .s F X' A 7 l 6 Q Clark V IL' Clark S. Clark - ' B. Clay!-an J. Campbell I ,., ? f.. x I. Chapman oa- A. Capps Q gg, 0. Chell V! N X Mx X., 1 W Q Q N .Q 11 - N G. Capps E. Cluixk Q ' wgki 4 N ..f. - A ' I. Cobariy M. Campion UW M. Kniflen H. Lowell K. Lee S. Lee D. Leevy C. Le-nningfon D. Levall J. Logan S. Long T. Long B. Lou C. McKenzie P. McKenzie L. McKinney S. McMullen . E .7 .ASLI f - -Q . .,..1 . mil-'V T. Mare A. Marlow P. Marlow F. Martin -X .4 . ,A WN ' X s T . fin P. Mays R. Mifflin R. Milky S. Minor 1 EQ? .L . . , , ,, . Q . . .... . .,,. . 1 L.. ' . V . :,., E .. " . V .V v..:: x K A ... 13 M:- Q ' iw' .." ' V .5 K 6. A :.: , A . iqquz X XE '-:T 'AI' 5 Z: A 2552: ..,. Z r X . . ,' -X K-if g , .J Qs ... Z A , I l C. Mooney T. Moore J. Morgan D. Morris I .,,, , . . ::' . "A' o:oo 'o... " N N L Q- :'.E - L Kun "" v. A . L . ff. B. Mullien T. Murphy . J. Nofdin J. Oatlrouf fb J' , Nr- 4 4. .L -QX D. Lon L. Lowery B. McGonigal D. McPherson L. Maierhoffer . 'Ss ' .izfjr U . .. .M . . 1 mx 5 ' 4 L. Martin J. Maryel S. Minor D. Mitchell J. Morrison R. Moss 1 51. :55N5.,.. 94. 5 .41 3 Q33 ii: '5:g:-:5-:Je - M- 5 fn.. r , 1 f mg 'Wm P. Malin N.. . i, 5 4 .5 .- 5"'.,.. I .i . .K .. D. Matthews lr. . M. Montague . 2 S. Mourrie M. Orrick G. Osborne C. Owen M. Owens ' B. Palmer C. Parrish L. Patterson K. Patron J. Percy J. Phillips ,n j .7 Ff .. Q W J yy . G: ,..:' -I ' xc " 9 5 , 3 . . Q, 1 D. Plhr D. Pigg J. Pigg J. Pigge D. Hater S. 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Vfaisnseyef ., UE, ll - Pg, Wicks Just L Wright D YEGYWOOJ NNN NOT PICTURED Cherryel Pugg Paulette Benord Jimmy Howell Arthur Babcock Linda Reininger iii- U A tbl- L' Yung Senior Activities Continued Barbara Jean Ansley State Press Conterence 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 Christ- mas Painting Crew 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Assistant 45 Homecoming Float Committee 45 Chalk Talk 2, 45 Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 45 State Hi-Tri Conterence 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Decorating Committee Chairman 35 junior Class Spaghetti Supper 35 Biology Club 2, 35 Christmas Musicale 2, 35 Venwois Advertising Staff 25 Art Ex- hibit-Living Pictures 1, Student Director 25 General Science Assistant 25 Operetta Costume Committee 25 Operetta Scenery 25 Variety Show Committee 25 Soph- omore Party Committee 25 Music Under the Stars 1, 25 Current Events Club 15 Freshman Party Commit- tee 1. Betty Jean Basham Hi-'1'ri 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses' Club 1, 45 Library Assistant 3, 45 Homecoming Decorating Committee 3, 45 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Hi-Tri Dance Decorating Committee 35 Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Vemois Advertising Staff 4. Jean Ann Beal Chalk 'lalk 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 35 Fu- ture Homemakers of America 25 Honors Day Wait- ress 2, 35 Fashion Show l, 25 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 4. Ronald Eugene Becker Dance band 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 Gemian Band 3, 45 Music Festival Under the Stars l, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Variety Show 3, 45 Christmas Musicale I, 2, 3, 45 Entertainment Committee Freshman Party 15 Honor Roll 2, 3. Charles John Bellrle Drafting Assistant 35 Hi-Y 1. Edrena Kaye Bigllam Painting Crew 25 Prom Committee 35 Hi-Tri I, 2, 3, 4. Sherry Pauline Bohlen Future riomemakers of America 45 Style Show 1, 4. Madonna Kay Bayer 'lri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Christmas Musicale 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Choral Clinic 2, 3. Donna Kay Braddy Musical .l"CStlV3l Under the Stars 3, 4. Dorina Kay Briscoe Vemois Circulation Staff 35 Vernois Advertising Staff 35 Vernois Picture Staff 35 Library Assistant 35 Journal- ism Assistant 35 Auditorium Usher 35 Press Confer- ence 3, 45 Hall Guard 25 Girls' Athletic Association 25 Tuley Civic Association 25 Tuley High School, Chicago, Illinois 25 Honors Day Banquet Waitress 15 Style Show 15 Honor Roll 15 Prom Committee 35 Hi- Tri Conference 45 Future Nurses' Club 4. Connie Sue Brown Student Directory Staff 45 Music Festival Under the Stars 1, 35 District Ensemble Contest 1, 3, 45 State Ensemble Contest 35 Illinois High School Press Asso ciation 45 Southem Illinois High School Press Associa- tion 35 Vernois News Circulation Staff 35 World His- tory Assistant 25 Prom Committee 35 Operetta Com- mittee 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Library Assistants' Club 3. Carol Campbell Vemois Advertising Staff 1, 3, 45 Vemois Circulation Statf 1, 35 Venwis Circulation Assistant 35 Vernois Picture Staff 2, 3, 45 Vernois Day Staff 3, 45 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-lri Sweetheart Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Hi-Iri Farewell Breaktast Committee 35 Hi-Tri Initiation Ceremony 45 Hi-Tri State Conference 45 Hi-'I ri All-Girls' Banquet 1, 2, 45 Hi-Tri Christmas Candlelight Supper 1, 2, 45 World History Assistant 25 Latin Club 2, 3, Vice-president 35 Future Teachers or America 'Club 45 Freshman Party Committee 15 Sophomore Party Committee 25 Prom Decorating Com- mittee 35 Homecoming Decorating Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Float Committee 45 Junior Class Spa- ghetti Supper Committee 35 Play Committees 3, 45 ticket Committees 3, 45 Honor Roll 15 Physical Edu- cation Squad Leader l, 2, 35 Christmas Musicale l, 25 Tri-City Chorus 25 Southern Illinois Choral Clinic 1, 25 Stare Music Contest 25 Music Festival 1. Susan Campbell honor holl 15 Vernois Senior Staff 45 Vernois Day Staff 3, 45 Vemois Business and Advertisement Assist- ant 35 Vernois Picture Statt 2, 3, 45 Vernois Advertis- ing Statt 1, 2, 3, 45 Vernois Circulation Staff 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, President 35 Play Committees 3, 45 1-'rom Decorating Committee 35 Homecoming Float Committee 45 hi-'lri Dance Decorating Committee 2, 3, 45 Freshman Party Committee 15 Sophomore Party Committee 25 Physical Education Squad Leader 1, 2, 35 junior Class Spaghetti Supper Committee 35 State Music Contest 25 'Iri-City Chorus 25 Christmas Musicale 1, 25 Music Festival Under the Stars l, 25 Southem Illinois Choral Clinic 1, 25 Hi-Tri State Conference 45 Hi-Tri Initiation Ceremony 45 Hi-Tri All-Girls' Banquet 1, 2, 35 Hi-Tri Farewell Breakfast Committee 35 World History Assistant 25 Future Teachers of America Club 45 Homecoming Decorating Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Donald Dale Carpenter Verwois News Reporter 1, 2, 35 All-School Play 1, 25 District Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Musicale 1, 2, 3, 45 Vernois Advertising Staff 1, 25 Vernois Circulation Staff 1, 25 President Southern Illinois Speech Association 35 Public Address Announcer 3, 45 Current Events Club 15 World History Assistant 25 Quill and Scroll Society5 National Thespian Society. Mary Elizabeth Carpenter Chalk Talk Pianist 25 Girls' Athletic Association 35 Living Pictures 25 Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri Banquet 1, 3, 45 Hi-Tri Conference 4. Frank Welbom Carr Operetta 25 Variety Show 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Spanish Club 35 Biology Club 25 Christmas Musicale l, 2. Ann Elizabeth Chaney Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 45 Local Secre- tary 25 President 35 Section Public Relations Chair- man 35 Section President 45 State Convention Dele- gate 35 National Convention Delegate 45 Degrees 2, 35 Style Show 2, 3, 45 Commentator 35 World History Assistant 25 "I Speak for Democracy" 25 Perfect At- tendance l, 25 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Girls' Gym Office Girl 45 Spaghetti Supper Food Chairman 35 Homecoming Parade 45 Homecoming Decorating Committee 3, 45 Play Committees l, 2, 3, 45 Audi- torium Usher 2, 3, 45 Christmas Dance Committee 3, 45 Sophomore Party Committee 25 Student Council State Convention 3. Richard Arland Clark Tri-City Chorus I, 25 Festival Under the Stars 1, 25 District and State Music Contests I, 25 Operetta Com- mittee l, 25 Christmas Musicale 1, 25 Football 15 Cafe- teria Assistant l5 Current Events Club 15 Latin Club 35 junior Class Play Committee 35 Variety Show 35 Prom Committee 35 World History Assistant 45 Future Teachers of America Club 4. Larry Gene Clay Baseball 25 Freshman Party Committee Chairman 15 Sophomore Party Committee Chairman 25 Prom Committee 35 Li rary Assistant 3, 45 Hi-Y 15 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Variety Show 4. Loretta Marie Clinton Auditorium Usher 2, 3, 45 Head Usher 45 Bus Secre- tary 3, 45 Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Current Events Club I: Co-ops State Meeting 45 Ccrops Area Meeting 45 Per- fect Attendance 15 Hi-Tri Conferences 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi- Tri All Girls' Banquet I, 2, 45 Hi-Tri Christmas Can- dlelight Supper l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri Sweetheart Dance Committee 35 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Hi-Tri Initiation Ceremony 45 Office Occupations 45 Hi-Tri Farewell Breakfast Committee 3. Geraldine Cooksey Christmas Musicale l, 2, 35 Tri-City Chorus 2, 35 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 35 Music Under the Stars 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Biology Club 25 Library Assistant 3, 45 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Freshman Party Committee 15 Directory Staff 45 Spaghetti Supper Decorating Committee 35 Honor Roll 2, 3. Jeanette Faye Coo er Christmas Musicafe 15 Biology Club 25 Make-up Com- mittee 35 Nurse's Assistant 45 Library Assistant 4. Glenn Laban Cross Vernois News Reporter 1, 2, 35 Vernois Yearbook 1, 2, 35 Vemois Circulation Manager 35 Projectionist 25 Library Assistant 45 Dance Band 45 German Band 45 Orchestra 45 District and State Music Ensemble Con- test 25 Music Under the Stars 15 President Future Teachers Club 25 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Current Events Club 15 World History Class President 25 Prom Com- mittee 35 Homecoming Committee I, 2, 3, 45 French Club Vice-president 35 Chemistry Club 2, 3. Edward Earl Curtis ' Prom Decorating Committee 35 Boys' Chorus 1, 25 Spanish Club 25 Yearbook Sports Staff 1, 2. Danielle DeWitt Christmas Musicale 1, 25 Tri-City Chorus 1, 25 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Music Under the Stars 1, 25 SIU Choral Clinc 1, 25 State Music Contest 25 Christ- mas Musicale Assistant Director 35 Auditorium Usher 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Painting Crew 2, 3, 45 I-li-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Current Events Club I5 World History Assistant 25 Art Assistant 2, 3, 45 Library As- sistant 2, 35 Library Club 35 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 3, 45 Living Pictures 25 Chalk Talks 2, 3, 4. Kenneth Grissom Dillingham Perfect Attendance 35 Chemistry Club 35 Latin Club 1. Charlotte Ann Dixon Spanish Club 35 Future Nurses' Club 1, 2. Reta Yvonne Drennan Christmas Musicale 15 Music Festival 1. Marg Lee Duncan 1 Au itorium Usher 3, 45 Future Homemakers oi Amer- ica 25 Style Show Planning Committee 25 World His- tory Class Chairman 25 Library Assistant. Fred' Arthur Dunham District Music Contest 2, 3, 45 State Music Contest 2. Judy Janet Dycus Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 3, 45 Style Show 1, 35 Perfect Attendance I, 2, 35 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Honors Day Wait- ress 35 State Music Contest 2, 3, 4. Bernice Edwards Spaghetti Supper Committee 35 Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Advertising Com- mittee 4. Mattie Louise Edwards Style Show 2, 4. Julianna Maria England Student Directory Staff 45 SIU Choral Clinic 1, 2, 35 Music Festival Under the Stars 1, 2, 35 World His- tory Assistant 25 Vernois Picture Staff 3, 45 Variety Show 35 Variety Show Program Committee Chairman 45 Vernois News Reporter 35 District Music Contest 2, 35 State Music Contest 35 Prom Decorating Com- mittee 35 Vernois Circulation Staff 35 Vervwis News Advertising Staff 35 Southern Illinois High School Press Association 3, 45 Illinois High School Press As- sociation 45 Christmas Musicale 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Physical Education Leader 45 Future Homemakers of America Style Show 25 Freshman Party Committee 1. Mary Leah Pickle Spanish Club 35 Hi-Tri Conference 45 Hi-Tri I. 2, 3, 45 Chalk Talks 1. 'atricia Ann Fitch District Solo and Ensemble Contest 3, 45 State Solo ind Ensemble Contest 3, 45 Variety Show I, 3, 45 fernois Day Assistant 35 Vernois Advertising Staff I, L, 3, 45 Vernois Circulation Staff l, 25 Vernois Pic- ure Staff 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 45 Physical Educa- ion Assistant 45 SIU Choral Clinic 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Jnder the Stars Festival 1, 3, 45 Christmas Musicale l, 2, 3, 45 Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Piano Ensemble ,, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance l5 Homecoming Decor- iting Committee 35 Spanish Club 35 Biology Club 25 iophomore Party Committee 25 Play Committee 3. Kathryn Aileen Fore Jperetta 35 Variety Show 15 Prom Committee 35 'lomecoming Committee 2, 35 Music Assistant 45 Mu- ic Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Council 25 SIU Choral Ilinic l, 25 Christmas Musicale 1, 25 Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary and Treasurer 35 Library Assistant 35 Fresh- nan Part Committee 15 Homecoming Parade 45 Hi- Fri Candlelight Supper 15 Music Festival Under the itars I, 25 junior Class Spaghetti Supper 35 Hi-Tri , 2, 3, 4. ohn Robert Furby 'uture Farmers of America I, 2. Aargaret E. Gaddis tlcFee High School, Harrodsburg, Kentucky5 Dixie Ieights High School, Edgewood, Kentucky5 4-H Club 5 Clee Club. Loberta Jean Gaines 'erfect Attendance 25 Switchboard Operator 45 Ven- lor 35 Science Assistant 2. laine Hilda Garbers sflusic Festival Under the Stars 1, 2, 3, 45 SIU Choral Marilyn Jane Gibbs Vernois Advertising Staff 1, 2, 35 Vernois Picture Staff 25 journalism Press Conference 3, 45 Student Directory Staff 45 Hi-Tri I, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri State Con- ference 25 Hi-Tri Candlelight Supper 2, 35 Hi-Tri All Cirls' Banquet 25 Hi-Tri Sweetheart Dance Decorat- ing Committee 25 Variety Show Make-up Committee 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman 45 Homecoming Decoratin Committee 35 Prom Decorating Committee 35 All? School Play Committee 35 Homecoming Float Com- mittee 45 Biology Club 2, 35 Current Events Club I5 Freshman Party Committee I5 Sophomore Class Party Committee 25 Nurse's Assistant 35 State Music Con- test l, 2, 35 "Voice of Democracy" Speech Contest 25 Honor Roll 15 Junior Class Spaghetti Supper 35 Music Festival Under the Stars. Shirley Jean Gold Christmas Musicale 1, 2, 3, 45 SIU Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 45 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 3, 45 Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 District Music Contest 2, 3, 45 State Music Contest 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Class Party Committee 1, 25 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 45 Variety Show Committee 2, 35 Operetta Make-up Committee 25 Hi-Tri Candle- light Supper 1, 2, 3, 45 Vernois Picture Staff 3. Linda Ann Goss State High School Press Association 45 Spanish Club 45 Current Events Club Officer 15 World History As- sistant 25 Science Assistant 2, 35 Music Assistant 35 District and State Music Contests 2, 35 O retta 3, 45 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 3, 45 SIU Festivaf,eUnder the Stars 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Musicale 1, 2, 3, 45 Tri- City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Freshman Class Party Committee 15 Sophomore Class Party Committee 25 Prom Decor- ating Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 45 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri All Cirls' Banquet I, 2, 45 Hi-Tri Conferences I, 25 Hi-Tri Christmas Banquet l, 2, 35 Piano Department Program I, 2. Bonnie Faye Gregory Ilinic 2, 3, 45 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Vernois rfect Attendance 25 SIU Choral Clinic I, 2, 3, 45 Jay Assistant 35 Vernois Advertising Staff 1, 2, ' l iol y Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 'ernois Circulation Staff 1, 35 Tri-City C orus 5 Tri- ity Chorus 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Committee 1, 35 iouthern Illinois High School Press soci ' 35 om Decorating Committee 35 Library Assistant 45 ltate High School Press Associ 'on 4' ist ' Music Sweetheart Dance Committee 2. lontest l, 2, 3, 45 State M test , 2, .45 Ihrismas Musicale 1, , 45 cienc Assist 25 James Thomas Griffifh, Jr. Biology Club 2 ,p ' an cr 5 l Perfect Attendance l, 35 Homecoming Decorating lpaghetti Sup 35 -Tri 1, 2, , 45 ri - Committee 4. ' erence 2. ' Jean rri ord ' r As ghe ti upper C m- nittee 3' P eat nda e 15 ' l Assistan I 'hysic d 'ati ea 1, 2' iology Club 2 , , fari Sho ommit e 2, , junior AIl!Sc mitte 5 C 'tinas icale I 2, , 45 S sic stival der t St s I, 2, , , SIU 0- '- ity Chorus 2 , 45 Hi- ri l, Bette Lou Gruenwald S Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Festival Under e Stars 1, 2, 3, 45 Current Events Club 15 Fresh- man Party Committee 15 World History Assistant 25 Science Assistant 2, 35 Music Assistant 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Auditorium Usher 3, 45 Homecoming Com- mitteeg Make-up Committee 25 Prom Committee 35 State Hi-Tri Conference l, 2. Mary Jane Hastings Prom Decorating Committee 35 Hi-Tri 4. Arla Harriet Hauk State Music Contest 35 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 3, 45 Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Music Festival 1, 2, 45 Library Assistant 3, 45 World History Assistant 25 Perfect Attendance 15 Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Play Committees 1, 2, 35 State Hi-Tri Conference l. Janet Kay Hayes Future Nurses' Club 35 Variety Show Committee 25 Homecoming Parade Committee 45 Prom Committee 35 Hi-Tri Sweetheart Dance Decorating Committee 35 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri Conference 4. La Ray Henry Ofdhestra 45 Music Festival Under the Stars 15 Latin Club 25 Biology Club 25 Chemistry Club 3. Barbara Jean Hensler World History Assistant 25 Diversified Occupations 45 Library Club 35 Current Events Club I5 Freshman Party Committee 15 Perfect Attendance 1, 3. Marshall Weldon Highsmith Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Music Festival Under the Stars 15 Perfect Attendance 1, 2. Sharon Jane Hilliard District Ensemble Contest 2, 3, 45 Music Festival Un- der the Stars 1, 3, 45 Christmas Musicale 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 35 Honor Roll 3. Gary Allen Hodge Operetta 2, 3, 45 Christmas Musicale 2, 3, 4. Sharon Hodge Christmas Musicale 15 Prom Decorating Committee 3. Patricia Ann Holman Vernoils Picture Staff 2, 35 Prom Decroating Commit- tee 35 Homecoming Decorating Committee 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri State Conference 45 World History Assistant 25 State Music Contest 25 Christmas Musicale 1, 25 SIU Choral Clinic 1, 25 Tri-City Chorus l, 25 Music Fes- tival Under the Stars5 Sophomore Party Committee 25 Freshman Party Committee 1. Barry Holt Sophomore Party Committee 2. Phyllis Ann Ishmael Music Festival Under the Stars l, 25 SIU Choral Clinic 25 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Hi-Tri I, 2, 3, 4. Frank William James The Trajau, School Yearbook, Dwight, Illinois 3. Ernest Wayne Jones Christmas Musicale 1, 2, 3, 45 District Music Contest 2, 3, 45 Music Festival Under the Stars 1, 2, 3, 45 SIU Choral Clinic 1, 2, 45 Music Ensemble 2, 3, 45 Tri-City Chorus 2. Marilyn Foy Jones Nurses' Club 35 Future Homemakers of America 2, 45 Lincoln-Way High School, Frankfort, Illinois. Sarah Lee Jones Nurses' Aide 3, 4. Jane Elizabeth Keiser Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 45 Music Festival Under the Stars l, 2. Judy Elaine Keiser Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 45 Music Festival Under the Stars 1, 2. Carol Ann Kelley Tri-City Chorus 2, 35 Music Festival Under the Stars 35 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 35 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 4. Alice Arline Latham Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Hi-Tri Candlelight Supper 15 Library Assistant 25 Operetta Committee 2. Linda Ellen Lehman Junior All-School Play 35 Operetta 25 Play Committee 2, 35 Prom Committee Chairman 35 Stage Crew 45 Style Show 3, 4, Narrator 3, 45 Vernois News Report- er 35 Christmas Dance Attendant 35 Vernois Advertis- ing Staff 25 Freshman Party Committee 15 Sophomore Party Committee 25 Auditorium Usher 35 Christmas Musicale 15 Music Festival Under the Stars I5 Spa- ghetti Supper Committee Chairman 35 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri Christmas Banquet 1, 2, 35 Hi-Tri Confer- ence 15 Hi-Tri All-Girls' Banquet 1, 25 Current Events Club 15 World History Assistant 25 Library Assistant 2, 45 Physical Education Assistant 35 Speech Assistant 45 Homemaking Assistant 45 Spanish Club 45 Home- coming Queen's Committee 4. Doris Lee McCowan Diversified Occupations 4. David Harry McMullen Vemois News Circulation Assistant 3, 45 Vernois Ad- vertising Staff 3, 45 Verwofis Circulation Staff 3, 45 Vernois Picture Staff 45 Homecoming Decorating Committee 45 Homecoming Parade Manager 45 SIU Choral Clinic 45 SIU Music Festival Under the Stars 45 Operetta 45 Christmas Musicale 45 Tri-City Chorus 45 Spanish Club 45 Prom Decorating Committee 35 World History Assistant 25 Sophomore Party Commit- tee 25 Current Events Club 15 Freshman Party Com- mittee l. David Charles McVey Freshman Party Committee 15 Christmas Musicale I, 25 Prom Decorating Committee 3. Patricia Irene Maierhoffer Prom Committee 35 Style Show 25 Bus Assistant 3, 45 Painting Crew 1, 45 Future Nurses' Club 4. Glenda Louise Mannen Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Homemakers of America 15 Christmas Musicale 1. anelope Jean Martin erfect Attendance 35 Christmas Musicale l, 2, 35 ernois News Reporter 35 Vernois Circulation Staff 35 ernois Picture Staff 35 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 35 SIU lusic Festival 1, 25 Southem Illinois High School ress Association 35 Illinois High School Press Associ- ion 45 Auditorium Usher 3, 45 Science Assistant 25 rt Assistant 35 World History Assistant 25 Tri-City horns 2, 35 Future Homemakers of America Style how 2, 35 District Music Contest 25 State Music ontest 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Student Directory taff 45 Biology Club 25 Homecoming Committee 4. sraldine Helen Mierek ookkeeping Assistant 35 Spaghetti Supper Decoration ommittee 3. :mold Eugene Mitchell ri-City Chorus 2, 3. ad W. Mitchell, Jr. 'peretta and Class Play Painting Crew 2, 3, 45 Dis- ict Music Ensemble Contest 3, 45 Projectionist 2, 35 halk Talks 2. fillialn Fitch Montfort omecoming Committee 2, 3, 45 Sweetheart Dance orrunittee 3, 4. ienn Ellis Moore, Jr. erman Band 45 Music Festival Under the Stars 2, 45 SIU Band Clinic 35 Orchestra 45 Perfect Attend- ice 35 Projectionist 1, 25 District Music Contest 1, 2, 45 junior All-School Play 35 Cafeteria Patrol 3. iniamin Glyn Moses 'rchestra 2, 3, 45 National Thespian Society 45 Ver- 7is News Reporter 35 Variety Show l, 2, 3, 45 Illinois ligh School Press Association 35 Southem Illinois figh School Press Association 35 Christmas Musicale 3, 45 Junior All-School Play 2, 35 Operetta 2, 35 lusic Festival Under the Stars 1, 2, 3, 45 District id State Music Contests 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Assistant Vemois Rocket Society 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 4. :vid Earl Myers ri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Music Festival Under the :ars 1, 2, 3, 45 SIU Choral Clinic l, 2, 35 Football 15 istrict Music Contest 2, 3. oriorie Mylius lusic Festival Under the Stars 1, 35 Hi-Tri 2, 45 Cur- nt Events Club 15 Christmas Musicale 1, 2, 35 Cho- l Clinic 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Biology Club 2, 35 Tri- ity Chorus 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming ommittee 4. vbert Gordon Neal ariety Show 45 Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 45 :om Committee Chairman 35 Sophomore Party Com- ittee 25 Freshman Party Committee 1. iris Joan O'Block :ture Nurses' Club 1, 2, 3, Officer 35 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 45 Operetta Committee 25 Science Assistant 25 Biol- gy Club 25 Picture Staff 25 Girls' Athletic Associa- in 2. Glenda Joyce Overlay SIU Music Festival 1, 25 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 35 Biology Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Tri-City Chorus 2, 35 State Music Contest 35 Prom Committee 35 Future Nurses' Club 3, 4. Sondra Genitee Pa e Current Events Club 1. Sylvia Darlene Patterson SIU Choral Clinic 25 Bus Secretary 2. Donna Eileen Peterson Christmas Musicale 1. Sarah Sue Phillips Make-up Committee 35 Junior Class Spaghetti Supper 35 Prom Committee 35 Hi-Tri Dance Decorating Com- mittee 35 Chalk Talk 45 Lawrenceville Township High School, Lawrenceville, Illinois 1, 25 Dramatics Club 15 Allied Youth I, 25 Freshman Float Commit- tee 15 Art Club I, 25 Cirls' Athletic Association l. Sydney Sue Pig Perfect Attendance I5 Vemois Picture Staff 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Library Club 35 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Music Festival Under the Stars 15 Hi-Tri Christmas Candlelight Supper l, 2, 3, 4. Claudia Joan Price National Thespian Society 45 Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 45 State Student Council Convention 35 District Student Council Conference 45 Hi-Tri State Conference 2, 45 Gym Usher 35 Biology Assistant 2, 3, 45 Vice-presi- dent 3, President 45 Vernois News Re orter 35 Ver- nois Advertising Staff 35 Vernois Circullxtion Staff 2, 35 Prom Committee Chairman 35 Homecoming Com- mittee Chairman 45 Freshman Party Chairman 15 Sophomore Party Chairman 25 Speech Department Ticket Chairman 25 Ensemble District and State Con- test 35 Make-up Committee 35 Operetta Costume Com- mittee 35 Christmas Musicale 1, 2, 35 Tri-City Chorus 1, 2, 35 SIU Choral Clinic l, 2, 35 Music Festival Under the Stars I, 2, 3. Michael Lee Rainey Variety Show 45 Music Festival Under the Stars 1, 25 SIU Choral Clinic 1, 2. Patricia Joyce Rainwater Library Assistant 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Biology Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Hi-Tri Dance Decorating Committee 35 Future Teachers of America 2, 35 Homecoming Decorating Committee 35 Junior Class Spaghetti Supper Committee 35 Hi-Tri Candle- light Supper 2. Connie Mae Rhynes Current Events Club 15 Operetta Scenery 1, 25 French Club 25 Chalk Talk 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Assistant 25 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Business Education Assistant 35 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 SIU Teen-Age Forum 35 Art Assistant l, 2, 3, 45 District Science Fair 35 Prom Dance Program Committee 35 Art Crew 1, 2, 3, 45 junior Class Spaghetti Supper 35 Living Pictures 25 Christmas Musicale 1, 25 Variety Show Ticket Committee 45 Vernois Circulation Staff 45 Homecom- ing Decorating Committee 45 Hi-Tri Conference 4. Nancy Ann Richards Vernois Picture Staff 2, 35 Biology Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Operetta Painting Crew 25 Vernois Advertis- ing Staff 25 I-Ii-Tri l, 2, 45 Science Assistant 35 Art Assistant 25 Operetta Make-up Committee 4. Sandra Kay Roderick District Music Contest 1, 2, 35 State Music Contest 3: SIU Festival Under the Stars 35 Vernois News Re- porter 35 Student Directory Staff 45 State High School Press Association 45 Hi-Tri Conference l, 2, 45 World History Assistant 25 Current Events Club 15 Spanish Club 3, 4. William Mclntire Schelosky Sophomore Ticket Committee 25 P.A. Football An- nouncer 45 Bookkeeping Assistant 45 Football 1, 2. William David Settlemire Freshman Party Committee 35 McCallie School, Chat- tanooga, Tennessee 3. Jeanne Lee Sharpe Vendor 35 District and State Music Contests 2, 3, 45 Christmas Musicale I5 Music Under the Stars I5 3, 45 Style Show 25 Vernois Circulation Staff 35 Future Homemakers of America 2. William Robert Sheharn Perfect Attendance 15 Prom Decorating Committee 3. Harry Lynn Shields Variety Show I, 45 Perfect Attendance 15 Sophomore Party Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee 3. Linda Leigh Simmons Tri-'City Chorus 2. Peggy Jeanne Simmons Christmas Musicale 15 Music Under the Stars 15 Biology Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Prom Decorating Committee 35 junior All-School Play Committee 25 Health Assistant 35 Library Assistant 45 Operetta Committee 3, 45 Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Spaghetti Supper Committee 35 Girls' Athletic Association 15 Honor Roll 1, 3. Larry Jae Sledge Christmas Musicale 15 French Club 25 Vernois Rocket Society 25 Perfect Attendance 35 Festival Under the Stars 1, 25 Vcrnois Day Assistant 45 Vernois Picture Staff 45 State Music Contest 35 District Music Con- test 2, 3, 45 Vernois News Circulation Assistant 35 Dance Band 45 Prom Committee 35 State High School Press Amociation 3: National Thespian Society 3, 4. Patricia Sharon Smalley Style Show 3. Martha Sue Smith District and State Music Contests 2, 3, 4. Gary William Sneed Vernois News Circulation Assistant 45 Football 15 Hi-Y 2. Lynn J. Snyder Class Officer 25 World History Assistant 25 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 35 Variety Show l, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 35 Freshman Party Committee I5 Sophomore Party Committee 25 Home- coming Float Committee 45 junior Class Spaghetti Supper 3. Daniel Floyd Spelbring Perfect Attendance 15 Operetta Committee 35 All- School Play Committee 3, 45 Track 1, 25 Football 1, 25 Prom Committee 35 World History Assistant 2. Suzanne Marie Stanger Christmas Musicale 15 SIU Music Festival. Stephen Parker Starkey Western Military Academy, Alton, Illinois 35 Senior Play Usher 35 junior Prom Decoration Committee 35 Perfect Attendance 3. Sylvia Ann Steele Latin Club 1, 2. Mary Ann Stewart Christmas Musicale l, 2, 3, 45 Music Under the Stars l, 2, 3, 45 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 35 Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 15 Play Committees 2, 35 Homecoming Decorating Committee 25 Prom Decorat- ing Committee 35 Freshman Class Party Committee I5 Sophomore Class Party Committee 25 Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Parade Committee 4. Peggy Jeannine Stover Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Decorating Com- mittee 3, 45 Music Assistant 45 Library Assistant 45 Library Club Treasurer 45 Biology Club 25 Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Christmas Musicale l, 2, 3, 45 Home- coming Parade 45 Music Festival Under the Stars I5 Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri Christmas Candlelight Sup- per 3, 45 Majorettc Clinic l, 2, 35 Vernois Advcrtis- ing Staff 2, 3, 4. Patricia Ann Tate Girls' Athletic Association 1. Schyler Bascomb Vaughan Ill Prom Committee 35 Earl Oxford junior High, Bran- don, Canada I5 Perfect Attendance I5 Student Coun- cil l. Karen Sue Vaught Illinois High School Press Association 45 Southern Illinois High School Press Association 35 Vernofis Pic- ture Staff 2, 3, 45 Vernois Day Assistant 35 Prom Decorating Committee 35 Prom Dance Program Com- mittee Chairman 35 Junior Class Spaghetti Supper Committee 35 Homecoming Decorating Committee 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Float Committee 45 Variety Show Ticket Committee 35 Play Committees 3, 45 Science Assistant 25 Biology Club 25 Latin Club 25 Future Teachers of America Club 45 Hi-Tri I, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Tri Christmas Candlelight Supper 45 Hi-Tri Banquet 1, 2, 45 Hi-Tri Conference 45 Sophomore Party Com- mittee 25 Freshman Party Committee l. Dianna Lee Warren 3crOps 45 Living Picures 25 Hi-Tri. luditlr Ann Webb World History Assistant 25 Library Assistant 25 Hi-Tri l, 2, 3, 45 Vernois Advertising Staff l, 25 Future Homemakers of America 2. Eugenia Lee Welles VlcLeansb0ro Township High School, McLeansboro, illinois I5 Vemois Circulation Staff 45 Gym Assistant 35 Future Homemakers of America 15 Style Show 15 Vlusic Festival Under the Stars 15 Hi-Tri 2, 3, 45 -lomecoming Committee. Edward Lee Wheeler Ihristmas Musicals 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Dis- rict Music Contest 2, 3, 45 State Music Contest 3, 45 ,rom Decoration Committee 3. Ieverly Helen White 'hysical Education Assistant 1, 2, 35 Christmas Musi- :ale 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 25 Prom Committee 35 'li-Tri Christmas Banquet 45 Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 4. .Wm ..,. ,.., 5 Patricia Kay Hardy Winder Hi-Tri 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 4. Robert Peter Walter Basketball l, 25 Track I5 Operetta 2, 35 State Music Contest 35 Christmas Musicale I, 2, 35 Tri-City Cho- rus 2, 35 SIU Music Festival 1, 2, 35 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 1, 25 Junior Class Play Committee 35 Freshman Party Committee 15 Sophomore Party Committee 25 District Science Fair 2. Ruth Ann Woodrome Hi-Tri I, 2, 3, 4, Council Secretary 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 45 National Thespian Society 3, 45 Gymnasium Usher 35 Library Assistant 25 Make-up Committees 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, 45 Prom Decorating Committee Chainnan 35 Serving at Prom 25 Operetta 2, 3, 45 SIU Choral Clinic 2, 3, 45 SIU Festival Un- der the Stars 1, 2, 3, 45 District and State Music Con- te4sts 35 Tri-City Chorus 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 35 junior All-School Play 35 Freshman Party Committee 15 Sophomore Party Committee 25 Christmas Musicale 1, 2, 3, 45 Current Events Club I5 State Hi-Tri Con- ljpjference 1, 25 Homecoming Parade Committee 4. 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