Mountain Home High School - Bomber Yearbook (Mountain Home, AR)

 - Class of 1954

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J' jst' OF Wx 'Xl Q- v XA YY yi wgkf' my 'ffuzlo you, The sTudenTs of MounTam Home Hugh School, we proudly fl xp- J ll ldedlcaTe Thus yearbook We shall always remember The loys we shared -f Y whale we were here, buT more Than These, we shall remember The people whom we knew and loved nn These halls WWWLV, Jo-ovw MAX JH 4' 7 if. .fill m l? A 5 r " l PM l ff if ,Si E . X X QM ztqxiasjadgul if ' ff"-M4 4,41 li ,Q , ' , X',Xll4 , 'l Q J 'A Pele gl ' l l yd? bode! 9 li . l 'n 7 qv ,Hf ' 1, ' N -, I 1 J y , A XR l' 4 , Q ' Lf .1 N r. , X 4 .' S , 1 zu T , M Jw , lj J .U All 'L ' if la ' l,: QA 1- F4 dl? 9 ,W I 3 ,f In ,, V . , uv 4,11 ,Ai-fax Q, X . 1,5 0 , ll fr my Ll' ' ' px , -' l 5 Q 5, V ' l Q? A Nvwu ,H I Mxwx , . I LV ,Ill N ! X XLQ -xr X - - I fa up lg' f' N H T ,ly my ,r - ' T fy ri r ' ' . X VL - 7JM,..lvtL '54 W? :iM HAROLD OVERBEY f fda he Superintendent Ll Arkansas Tech BSE Arkansas Unlverszty MS Arkansas Unlverslty 9 ' BENTLEY STRACENER ---0' Principal A B College ot the Ozarks M A Arka as Unlversuty WWXMWMQNV QVWJ WA Jffjw ln only one year at Mountain Home Hugh School Mr Over bey and Mr Stracener have proved themselves to be able administrators as well as sympathetic friends to all We are proud to have such able men as these ID our school Shown In the picture above are left to right Paul Smuth V S Reynolds, Joe Mace, Truman Crawford, Rex Boden hamer, President, Joe Bull Hackler, Secretary, Mr Overbey, Supermtendent, Nell Nelson, and Sam Powell These are the men who constntute our Board of Educatnon H 5 0 0 0 Q ' - E My N 4 E, A . A , . ., S Ln y Y ,ff ,T " 4 I 1 ,V . 4 Q - I 1 . A H V , , k be '11 5 fl?-I ! 'QA' f A -7 . . K 'lk' if Q MFQERQME E ff X ' of XX ,Zn Ei v mga xkuxifirj gum' Jlilmx 1 r:LLXml U Illllll W ' s 3 5 has ' D 2 , , - J, I Lv i1 a ' --k 2 M ff af I1 WX' - 1 r i was-ur----' J ' N I : a W 4 ' 1 3 Ek N af 5 5 vf X + N XF W 5, x ' X lg ' Q ll Du X mg -I 4 X N X a X Af X l ' 'H 15 - 1 T L17 Ml U 'Jil 1' 'AJ n j! 4 LiU'j""A- L I RUSSELL LEWIS BSA Oklahoma 'tv' To the rught are stuc' nts who par ttcupated an the sprung ludglng teams Standtng left to rtght are Leroy Hammock Robert Dahlke Lester Butterfreld George Wtcker Marvm Marttn and Don Wnllard Kneelung left to rtght are Curtrs Brooks Duane Hawkuns Jtmmy Bryant Toby Wrtght Jr Deather age Tommy Studdard and Mtlton Dahlke ASM ft In the past four years Mountaln Home bullt an Impressive record tn the North East Dlstrlct at Jonesboro by scorung more points than any other of the nmety three schools entered Thus year the Mountaln Home chapter was transferred to the North West Dtstrlct with headquarters at Russellville ln the farm shop a number of woodworking tools, both power and hand tools were added to the equipment Thus department has been butlt to the point that shop tnstructlon has become a larger part of classroom traunlng Many ofthe boys bunlt furniture for their mothers Christmas presents --..,.-3 Shown at left wnth thetr woodwork are Jr Deatherage Curtns Brooks Robert Dahlke Jlmmy Bryant and Leroy Hammock The chapter com pleted many artucles thus de partment among them was a mag aztne rack for the Ilbrary BERNICE HOLLOWAY I me BSE., Arkansas State Teachers 5.4 4 2 l' ' if i- 4' ' "' 5 V If n nl: .1 1 ff:- if , ru A l 'U i , Q7 4 -- kv' 'U A ' A, Q I 7 ,, .. ., O V R C ,il , yi ll 'Il Left to right are F.H.A. members who have received their State Homemaker's Degree, They are: Betty Douglas, Marlys Dahlen, Sissy Baker, Ruby Simpson, Ella Hargraves, Bonnie Gillette, and Johnna Summers. at . J fy ,MQW fmfe of We A ffytypbgs Vx?- Shown in the insert are Ella Hargraves, The Mountain Home Chapter of F,H.A. was one of the fifteen in the state to qualify as an Honor Roll Chapter. Betty Douglas, a member of the National Finance Committee, was the only Arkansas girl holding a na- tional position. The chapter had two Federa- tion officersz Jane Messick, historian, Sissy Baker, song leader. Miss Bailey, the state F.H.A. advisor, reported that the Mountain Home Chapter was the most active in the United States in l953. As one of the year's proiects, the third year class made velvet drapes for the Baptist Church baptistry. The classes also donated clothing and household articles to a local family whose home burned. Betty Douglas, and Marilyn Duro, who attended the National F.H.A. Convention in Columbus, Ohio. Miss Holloway also attended as one of the tive teachers se- lected by the state advisor of F.H.A. to chaperon the eighty-six Arkansas girls. .714 x 1 X , mn X Above, Mamie Garner demonstrates proper nail care to Marlys Hagen while Shirley Downing, Mary Lou Sher- man, and Delerna Vawter watch. EMMA WORTHEN Arkansas State Teachers fl'-vx Shown at right are the four leading typ ing students In the front row left to ht are Roy and Loy McGuire first rig year students Wanda Morris and Donna Orsborn second year typists The com mercial department was limited this year niors and seniors with a few ex to tu ceptiows because of crowded schedules VIRGINIA SHIRAS AB Southeast Missouri new Teachers MA Scarritt College mt'- UQ' Among the activities connected with the ' e field ' social science classes this year wer ' ' ' study of court procedure, March of Dimes drive in of hazardous or unsightly school, such as building laces- presentation trips including a promotion of the school- correction conditions ,in the handrails in dangerous p of radio programsg and the showing of over 100 educational films in connection with classes in this department. A ' ht are sociology students recording t rig the amount the school had collected to d 'n the March of Dimes campaign. ate I They are: Sissy Baker Newt Nelson Marlys Dah Carol Baer. len, Mary Sue Bowling, and um! Cr -' 4.4 JEWEL NELSON fait' Y 'W B S E Arkansas State Teachers nur N MARY JONES 41" Y B S E Arkansas Umverslty ESTHER LYLE Arrzona State K X s--mbsf Q,4,f.-we! V44-,av , A.L. ,04- 4 MVYV 3 94, r J.. JJ L4-dlfffx JG' 4-407 WV' "4 Q7 The English department thus year studied not only basuc oral and written English 4-rw f -.rt 1 but also related preparatlons needed for further schoollng and for 'obs Students 7-H Ltbroadened thelr acquamtance with magazlnes and books submltted contest entries and engaged nn exercnses for the rmprovement of readmng and vocabulary skll s Films and llterary recordlngs accompanred many unlts of work Many new features were added to make the library more complete this year It was enlarged to gave work room space new shelves and maga znne racks and a larger selectlon of books Audlo visual service a fllm strip library and new tables were ac quired A Llbrarnans Club was formed for student llbrarlans The officers an were Betty Morrts president Ruby. Horst vrce president Mary Sue Bow ,W lung secretary treasurer and Carol Baer reporter Mrs Jones was teacher llbrartan The speech class presented an assembly a one act hrllbrlly comedy entrtled ITS COLD IN THEM THAR HILLS buult around the efforts of Paw KHenry Shearert and Maw fSussy Bakerl to marry thenr eldest daughter Snoddy Uoyce Sher manj who preferred her pet hog Hubert Shown an the prcture at rrght are Paw left iDanny Benedrctj center Snoddy rrght After the resrgnatuon of Mrs Duckerson at the end of the flrst semester Mrs Lyle was teacher rw of thus class . ' yi l Q CYQJQ, Qfef, Q ' J' r 6 Y V T I V 'L r'. .A ' ' V 4' 4 E E L, ' 'A 0 1 , 'Lf' 1 L. 5,4 Ill ,L ' 'L nav' '--'- X Q , ' 2 'J, : v,,' V- . Aa., ' 771 ' - ,lr fy it ,x 'Q '7 J L. Eff- Q' E ' rf: , T A If f rffmg, . . ?. . ,. .. 4, ,3..',4, . ' ' ' ' 0 ' , "' . ii-vp. - . . . . . . I I . . . , . , I 1 xg . l N' I - I v l Z . - . . I . A . .I . , - QA. ,A . 0, V - ' - , A ,. . . 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A ,.- L yy 5, . 5 ' 5 X - Q. . 1 7.7 y A ' 1 45 l The school year l953 54 saw a malor Improvement reallzed un the scxence department Both a laboratory and a lecture room were provided IH the lunlor high wlng ln the plcture at rlght the students become acquaunted with the new equnpment versity Each Frrday the physical educa tuon classes saw an educatronal fulm on health or sports Pictured at right IS a class In the progec tton room WAYNE LOFTON B S E Arkansas Unuversuty 6660866 BOB WALTERS B S E Arkansas State M S Arkansas nu IKE SHARP B A Ouachita ,, wffgffjfjtabgittjfafk W L o t at sus Xn Open Letter To Students Dear Students ld llke to gave you a report on your school paper The paper agaln thxs year IS wrltten and managed by youznallsm students and thelr sponsor Mrs Sh1ras Issues are prmted every three weeks with four pages per copy, and sold to persons ln the communlty for a dlme Th1s year the papers share of the student actwtty fee wxll take care of the cost of every is sue of the Bomber News There wlll be ten lssues Part of your S100 actxvxty fee also goes to the Student Councll budget COPIES of the paper to college stu dents graduates of our school who request lt and to approxlmately 100 sthools and mdlvxduals ln thus and nearby states The paper ls prxnted at the Bul letm offtce by Bulletln employees Everyone read your school paper Loost the Journallsm class and we mll try our best to gzve you e k nd of paper youll be proud of Your edltor Wanda Morns Annual Queen Ca ndldate Chosen Judy Shlssler Florence Hensley W and Carol Baer are the candldates chosen by the sophomore Junlor and senlor classes respectlvely for the Annual Queen Votes mav be cast wlth the purchase of the 1954 Bomber Those lh charge of annual subscrlpttons are Wanda 'Vlorrls Bobble Morrls and Alma lleathexage Because of mcreascd expenses ln publlshxng the ,yearbook the prtce has been ralsed to S2 to tn stead of last years S9 50 Edxtor Manlvn Duro urged Thls wlll be a book of your memorles a record of your actlvltles Remember to Support your candldate for Annual Queen Vle le proud of the support that the students gave the March of Dlmes We came out Vlth over S200 The Joumallsm class raxsed S00 C0 of that wlth our Block of Dzmes Many thanks to all who helped us make the Block of Dxmes a success xottnt 4 NIULNTAIN HOME QARKJ HIGH SCHOOL nxt sm 1 19,4 -tt 'NBER 5 TH E BOMBER NEWS 15551745 IX auf l' un. LRULL Publlshed monthly by the Journallsm Class of NIOUHCZIH Home Hlgh School Eclxtor Vt anda Jean NIOITIS Assocxate Edltor Dene Baker Busmess Manager and Columnlst Marllyn Duro lNews Iudltors Rex NIcFu1re and Wayne Treat Sports Edltors Jtm Nelson and Duane Pltchford Feature Edltors Johnna Summers and Betty 'tlorrls Department Edltors I lnda House and Bo Smgg Columnxst and Art Editor Carol Baer lhotographer B111 Keys Grade School Ed1tors C rol Baer and Dene Baker Exchange Edltor Ianette Plus Clrculatlon Edltors Gary Sklver and Henry Shearer Bulletln Board Edxtors Carol Baer nd Dannv Benedict Names Ldltors Shlrley Hlckman and Reba Tilley Reporters Alice Beane Pat Boone Frank Rapln Harley Harrxs Duane Treat Sponsor Mrs Pete Shlras H ,ag .,, S alle t nv' y P I hr-ol papers at the grid! wgnool, ln Un behalf of the Bomber Ney'-S staff I w1sh to thank Mr W J Lemke head of the Journahsm De partment at the Umversxty of Ar kansas for 25 years for hxs com ment on our paper Sald M Lemke The sports page was a dandy news brtefs column and departmental news were good reading Wanda mMorr1ss edltorlal on Thanksgwmg was one of the best Ive seen thls year We the staff deeply appreclate such acknowledged support as thxs l s. A panel on sportswrxtmg was glven at the dxstrlct hxgh school press conventlon xn Russellvllle Oct 5 by Manlyn Duro Wanda Morrls Dene Baker Blll Keys and Mrs Shlras Elghteen attended from here Mxss Almeta Blackard muslc mstructor was wed to Rex Yerby October 21 ln the Flrst Bapttst Church of Mountam Home 71 -x--1,'?11f?j-:.:n.9i"'-sf ,?,-evra-4-ff If f-sa? ..-'41 xanga yy.-P, ,..,,,P-, l,4,,,,. -, - ' . ' if of' ' f em ' . X . , fr , Q ' e - D U , V ' '. Iwmmv-ww-n- N , . ,., .' ', 17, 7. , - - exft -:sq f ' ' H ' , y ' tm.-f HM- . y ." A . . . l - - . .4 ,- by . . . I . V , ' I I l Ye A ' ' , V A .......................,......,....,.,.....,........,...,. ...... ......,..,.. ' l I, l Ay q Q 1 I N 4 , . , , .Q , 1. - ..., .,...l... e ,.,,,..... lle.eee ,, -V 1 . hd' , - ' . . . . --1-------------'--t----e-'------'---r -- . A y ' ' . d . Vh it - -h Y . A A ......,,.,., ,,.,,. , ,,,.. ,,,. , . - V A4 e y . 0 ' ' . .,,,... . ...,......,.,,,.... ....... 4 A ' K ' . 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' ' -' ' 1 -v The Calamlty Of No 6 CBy Carol Baerl It was a usual school day At 3 30 the usual bell rang and the usual students boarded then usual buses to go home Lverythln was the same except that we couldn t get home' What happenedo Vlf were stranded' Bus No 6 goes across the feuy every evemng about 4 50 w1th a oad of t1red n hun ry stu ents N en rear ed th lake on the eyenmg f November 11 we found that a bulldozer had sunk ln the mud be tween the dock and the load For several hours cars had been lu ed up to go across and from the te or four hours before the bulldozer could be moved What were the chxldren golng to do" Certamly they couldn t re mam there cold and hungry Everyone was alarmed Flnallxy mgenlous pllot suggested takmg an empty barge and by means of an Impromptu brldge across th bull dozer 23 or .30 students cllmbed onto to the barge -kcross the lake they went some smaller chlltlren scared into lnactlvxtx and others dancmg and raclng around untll we thought we would fall off Then transported safely to the other side they walked home Regular traffxc began movmg at 9 30 Ten Seniors Started Flrst Grade Together fBy Betty Morrxsl Ten members of thls years s mor class of approxlmately sixty started school together and have endured all these years at Moun tam Home schools We are sure each one cherxshes and remembers the old gang that started school to Kether and all the thmgs they have done throughout school Many new students have drlfted m maktng up thxs years complete senior class The 0l'lglD8l ten are Joyce Sherman Velma Bradley Mary Sue BOWllhg Jim Nelson Wanda Morns Marilyn Duro Slssy Baker Russell Langston Dale Tlpton and Ella Faye Har grave -nw ff:--fP142Lf"W -4',VY'l-if '41-1 ., - - ,sf-R135 ALMETA YERBY B.A., College of the Ozarks. 7706466 The mixed chorus, with forty members this year, appeared in several school programs. Officers of the group were Marilyn Duro, president, Frank Rapin, vice president, Peggy Sinor, secretary, Danny Benedict, reporter. There were twenty members in the Girls' Glee Club. t - 1 Q, Q ln addition to the mixed chorus and Glee Club a triple trio was organized under the direction of Mrs Yerby The group sang for many local and district events Members of the triple trio are, left to right: Sissy Baker, Ella Hargraves, Marilyn Duro, Johnna S u m m e r s, Joyce Sherman, Wanda Morris, Patsy Summers, Sue Hackler, and Mary Cowart. Pianist is Shirley Tucker. 'gcmd gm lfuii In the pucture at rnght are Mr Walllck and Rus sell Langston assnstant band dnrector fn! IIB QI X All ' The Mountain Home Hugh School band has been very ac tive playlng for many football games and parades New un: forms were purchased for The second band and the magorettes The band attended a Festival In Fort Smith and also presented the annual sprung concert locally Shown above are the malorettes Left to nght are Lynn Hackler Myrna Stephens Johnna Sum mers Conme Moms Wanda Morrus Velma Brad ley and Sandra Sanders Sussy Baker drum malorette kneels rn foreground DORA BRUCE THELMA CARTER Arkansas Unnversny y av Kansas State A' is fvuo- The lunlor hugh students were happy to have a study hall of theur own this year The new study hall Crrghtl IS done nn pastel green and has the latest llghtlng facllltles O t h e r rooms of the new wang are also in pastel colors. is Av, gn CHARLES MOORE Hendrny MA Pe body r""A 'W fn. azdamzm 5 own ln the plcture at left IS Davld Hubbell a student at MHHS who has Ilved an South Amerlca David IS looknng at some of the geometrlc deslgns he created Thus year a general math course was added to the mathematlcs department REBA DEARMORE B S E Arkansas Unrverslty DOROTHY HIGGINBOTHAM Arkansas Unnversuty Aa. "x 'V' 'T -wg VIRGINIA GILBERT B S E Oshkosh PRUE OVERBEY John Brown Umverslty 's. y- IIN NT' 47" WQQW amiw WEEE? -4-lar, I X 'iv--,Qi rf-,Ns X ! 2 Q f iff , 5 I J gy Q01 4 On September 7, 1953, The school year began in Mountain Home, Arkansas. On May 28, 1954, that school year ended. Between those two dates there were numerous events which we deem worthy of recall. We hope that remembering them will be pleasant. I ! -' J, .,., ,. - - in .I .. Sometime during the first month of school comes that inevitable time when freshmen must learn to respect their elders Cseniorsb. The picture at right was snapped as Toby Wright offered our pho- tographer a piece of gum while Carla Lance pol- ished Joyce Sherman's shoes. Senior Sherman was busy branding Gary Keeter with an "F" in bright lipstick. We started each morning by pledging allegiance to our flag. ls there a better way to begin a job than by saluting the country which makes that iob possible? ev -Me MHHS celebrated homecoming o October lo Velma Sue Bradley the homecoming queen ns shown above with her maids In the front row left to right they are Alma Deatherage Ruby Nell Simpson Ella Hargraves and Velma Ruth Pate Shown behind left to right are Barbar Crigler Velma and Cindy Dew. Wx' 4, vis In the picture at left Velma crosses the football field with co-captain Jim Nel- son during the ceremony in which she was crowned queen. After the crown- ing the royalty watched the Bombers trounce the Berryville Bobcats 31 to 7. ll There comes the day in every seniors lite when his ring arrives Janette Pitts Gerald Stevens and Anna Mae McCalmont surely werent the most elated three on that day but they re the ones we snapped It takes a while to realize that you're in your last year of high school but when you ut f P on that cap and gown for your picture the idea seems very real. In the picture at left James Rains is "watching the birdie," The seniors conceived a strange idea this fall They decided to raise money for a trip The al d y so evised some rather strange ways of raising that money Among them as ic P tured at left was the auctioning of their b oys Prices ranged from fifty cents to ten Sr stiff' 1 dollars Coach Shar p WBS BUCTIOFIGSI' The lournalnsm class attended the Dnstrlct Htgh School Press Convention on the Tech campus at Russellville on October 5 After the meetlng with Harlles consent the group went on to Luttle Rock to vlslt the f r All In all the trup was a wonder ul success Harlre sand so' Boardnng the bus at rnght are Harlle Harrls Lunda House Janette Pntts and Danny Benedlct The entertamers who presented Southern Assembly programs often asked students to assnst them In an act Shown an the pucture are Dale Tipton Jewell Needham and Jam Nelson wxth the Englnsh ventrlloqulst George Pitts The tdea was to exchange the hats as quickly as posslble On Halloween nlght the lunnors sponsored a Halloween Carnuval IH the gym Photogra pher Jackne Cooper prepares a plcture tor Dale Tipton as Wanda Morrts looks on Be hind Dale are M H HS graduates Jeannne Thomas and Royce Jones Russell Langston and Homer Bromund seem to be eynng those cakes rather suspiciously I '1 I . H. . . . . 3 . , i v I .Rx . . . , Q Q I I 4 . . . ff . . . J' an . , f H ' I I A I ' I , . ,v ,- . J.. l . U . - ' - . . . ' ,' I' z 1 . . . . T- X . . .FJ A . .1 ' r "" lf' 4 P f,,..,x4-Q " I I As one of their progects the first year home economics students made dolls for needy children at Christmas Phyl lis Matthews and Connie Morris are shown working on their dolls A program showing how Christmas is celebrated in various lands was presented by the speech and music departments. Joyce Lee Sherman was nar- rator for the event, and original speeches on the different countries were given. Sissy Baker repre- sented England, Janette Pitts, Mexicog Ella Har- graves, The Holy Land, Mary Sue Bowling, France. Other countries were also represented. Mrs. Dick- erson and Mrs. Yerby were in charge of the program. P51 The Mountain Home F TA Club cele brated Christmas with a party at the home of Jackie Messick Music was provided by Rex Loy and Roy Mc Gulre The pictures show members en loying the recreation Officers of the club were Jackie Mes sick president Roy Burns vice pres: dent Shirley Langston secretary treas urer Keith Parks reporter Mr Lofton sponsored the group The members of the orchestra are, in the front row, left to right: Bill Keys, Bud Bromund, Marlys Dahlen, Myrna Stephens, Mary Lou Atherley, Russell Langston and Duane Treat. In the back row are Tommy Fowler, Wayne Treat and Sue Hackler This year the group played tor numerous school actlvutues and for hugh school dances throughout the state The student council has been quite active this year sponsoring Southern Assembly programs throughout the year Among Its many other actnvltles were selling Ice cream to the students at noon and ransung money for a new prolector The student councll of tncers were Wayne Treat pres: dent Szssv Baker vlce president Ella Hargraves secretary Velma Bradley treasurer Mr Stracener and Mr Walters were the spon SOFS Our Junuor Flremarshal Club was also an active group Members rnspected the hugh school as well as the downtown area for ture hazards A number of tm provements were made as a re sult of these lnspectlons In ture drnlls the students were able to clear the bullclung nn thirty fuve seconds Pactured at right are Dale Tipton flremarshal ffar rlghtt wuth the deputy ture marshals Wayne Treat Russell Langston and Duane Treat va-v...,,,,, I N -'fu X ""'0'm'rv-Q-!..F ta ln January the lunzor class gave an assembly program that delighted everyone It was Truth or Consequences Eddle Goetze aluas Ralph Ed wards was master of ceremonies and there were numerous vlctrms ln the prcture at left Slssy Baker and Sue Hackler both blundfolded are at tempting to feed each other powdered sugar Needless to say neuther gurl ever tasted the sugar assi The lunxors presented their play In February The tltle was BOOKS and CROOKS Characters were Mr Hensley hugh school prlnclpal Loy McGuire hus secretary Mass Hamilton Betty Douglas Larry student Terry Nearn Lundy student Ruth Pate Goody student Myrna Stephens Gerard student Bob Spears Mr Burk holder bank president Bull Keys The Prof at large Roy McGuire Francls hrs partner Richard Byrd Lieutenant Shaw detective Bull Sherman Mrs Bunklock band mother Jackie Messick Mrs Blrckle band mother Bobby Morris The above plctures were taken at play practice 14 Y f For the annual F H A Valentune Party a kung and queen and a page and maud are selected Thus year the kung and queen were the tenth grade candu dates Jummy Walton and Jewell Need ham Carolyn Carol and Buzzy Dew suxth grade candudates were the page and maud Q is K Each year the F HA chooses a kung from the F F A and the F F A chooses a queen from the F H A Thus year the kung and queen were Leroy Hammock and Sue Hackler .wyl t fwww fl' iw? 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The Bombers traveled to Clinton to play the Yellowiackets. A highly disputed play for a point after a touchdown by Clinton reached the Arkansas Athletic As- sociation. Because our team put sportsmanship above victory and gave Clinton the extra point the Bombers received commendation from the A.A.A. The score ended T3 to T3. The Blue and Gold team of M.H.H.S. were startled in their second home game ofthe season. With the Bombers leading T2 to O at the half a spirited Bentonville Tiger team came back to tie the locals l2 to 12. October T6 the Berryville Bobcats came over to the local stadium to play at the Bombers Homecoming. The Mountain Home team emerged way ahead by a score of 31 to 7. The Bombers played in another homecoming this one at Heber Springs. The boys avenged a pasting of last year by walloping the Heber Springs team 45 to O. ln the last home game of the season, a strong team from Ava, Missouri, was welcomed by Mountain Home, and the Panthers left here with a 20 to T4 victory under their belt. Ti 'Jw mm 7oat6'4!! First row Coach Sharp Jerry Baker Jim Peters Tommy Studdard Kenny Rank Jim Devlin Lonell Waters Gary Ellison Tom Fowler Manager Second row Sonny Ekdahl Ellis Griffin Milton Dahlke Dean Ricke Shamrock Kelly Buzzy Snow Raymond Beck Third row Carl Cons Donnie Cockrum Ronald Britt Marvin Bolding Frank Moses Harold Thorn Fou th row Gary Duggins Douglas Boyd Ed Bradley Clarence Casebolt Gary Settles David Porter Leon Oles Johnny Harris On November 6 the Bomber team made its greatest comeback in history After lourneying to Alma our boys were trailing 26 to O in the third quarter when something strange bit them They rallied with one touchdown in the third quarter and three more in the last quarter to win 27 to 26 Then the spirited Mountain Home team traveled northward to Cassville Mis sourl. This was Cassvilles last home game of the season which the Bombers spoiled by upsetting a favored opponent 26 to l9. Thanksgiving Day l953 was a blue day for the Bomber team. For thirteen players graduating in 1954 this would be their last game for Mountain Home High School. These boys and the rest of the team put out all they had but still it was not enough. The Harrison Goblins trounced the Bombers 26 to 7. S The Junior Jets organized forthe first time played four games this season two with Clinton and two with Harrison. They beat Clinton in their first game and lost the next three. Ten members of the Junior team will try for the Senior team in the fall of l954. iJ Mfwx ' , ., .,'x.. , 4 was-:gag f :"'L'- ,'1,lif- ,,.,..,..u..-in. -f'-1+ .r., . I 'r F l ' Q 'W' g . -f - It ,1, gears, X V' V .- --.' 5C"',T A5 . U V ' 1 ,R " ,T ' ,Q R' 5, , , . -. - wg, ' , '4 ' :YA .. . .- . - if - - v- ' f- N U , , ,. A L , , , ..,4 -. X 1 , , - ,, S.. V r S 5 P' , . - ' Q r V ,- - , . -g ' , . 4:-M J 'A , 1 -e M F . V A .. 5: 1.-V' S ' If 1 221- "'... 2 ' 'fifi-, -- . ,-T f-1 fl E . '-sr 4' 1 'A i... '?u9"'.4'w' r 'H' '- 1- V, . " ,V . .4-If 1' ' i ' ' wr."'- .' 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Third row: Gerald Stevens, Dale Tipton, Duane Treat, Wayne Treat. Five boys from the Bomber team made All-District and one of them was nomi- nated for All-State. Co-captain "Newt" Nelson made first string center, Henry Shearer made first string guard, and Duane Pitchford made first string left half- back. Captain Dene Baker and Rex McGuire were among the honorable mention. Duane Pitchford was third highest scorer in the state of Arkansas and first in District One, with a total of lil points. Duane was nominated for the All-State team. i'. '. ,- +-mb 5'-mi' KN' -v , 1,-5 'Ti any fm 199 3,1 1 .YV-f om ' t I -a--P 0 'C-E3 S- Fnrst row Carl Yates Dene Baker Captaun Leroy Hammock Ball Keys Second row Terry Nearn Chuck Rusgus Bull Sherman Peter Stovall Thurd row Don Willard Bob Hurst and Jack Cooper Managers Coach Walters Coach Sharp The Bombers 1953 record for all games was fuve wms, three losses, and two tres They scored 190 points to theur opponents' 136 ln the conference the record was two wnns, one loss, and two tles The conference scormg was Mountann Home 90 points and opponents 84 - - f 'K , J V 5 I , A . 5- .V ' ' . f x' . 'A' l' ' ' . H, . G- cl Q v..,x. V , -' 3-4, ff . fl C .- . "- ' . AQ' ' - ' ' 0 e - . A . A -r" .. , at f 'fs S' 1- 1 V 13271- -" 7 ' - , 1 Agq A- -,. '. ' ., . -I' . . ' - . s. ' . ' ' , 1' L., . :' 1- - ' ,, I A C - s' i-'Il' . T , Q , ,.,l .. .A -'. , ya- ' - af ' 4 if 7. 'J' ' ff - ', -lf' ' 1 ' , .- . ' I , F Q I Anim 1 1' Y-an. .,.:'.. boy. ' 4, A - 3 K, I ,- - . . -is-ws-If , - ' ' . 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Q53 Q, -'fe I -4 Wg L' ' J." .23 , ' L , .I , n , , -' -Q'-T f c, me r. - -. J .. ' 2 , , ' : . ' - 2 , ', ' . . ' 2 ' , , , : , . , . . ' Q Several items of the past basketball season deserve special mention. Moun- tain Home held its first invitational tournament in the high school gym, January ll-lo. The final game of the senior boys' division was the first game to be broadcast over the local station. The tourney drew the largest crowd ever in the Mountain Home gym. Mountain Home senior boys won in the first round, but lost in the second round. Standing: "Newt" Nelson, Duane Pitchford, Robert Hall, Ed Lofton, Jim Heenan, Coach Walters. Kneeling: Jerry Horn, William Casebolt, Jerry Scott, Marvin Martin, Jim Walton, Roy Dale Jennings. Mr. Lofton and the Pep Club should be thanked for their successful running of the concession stand during the basketball season. The Mountain Home Athletic Department purchased a new popcorn machine. The senior boys and senior girls journeyed to Springdale, January 29, to play for the first time in the 27th Northwest Arkansas Invitational Tour- nament. The senior girls won in their first round, but also, they lost in the second round. Standing: Coach Sharp, Myrna Stephens, Phyllis Bacherl, Joyce Sherman, Cindy Dew, Mary Cowart Lu Pickens. Kneeling: Jo Ann Jordan, Bobbie Morris, Velma Sue Bradley, Alma Deatherage, Shirley Tucker, Wanda Morris. auxin gm Standing: Tommy Fowler, Mickey Nearn, Sonny Eckdahl, John Heenan, Milton Dahlke, Coach Walters. Kneeling: Dickey Dahlen, Jerry Baker, Jim Devlin, Kenneth Rank, Tommy Studdard, Marvin Bolding. Boys of the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades won the Gainesville invitational tournament. Tommy Fowler received the sportsmanship award. S SENIOR GIRLS JUNIOR BOYS M.H. OPP. M.H. OPP. Dec. X 8-Calico Rock ,ss,,ss se.,.,. 4 6 DSC I-Berryville e7...., .. .. 221 45 Dec. 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M5 f ,ir RONALD BRITT .IOHN HEENAN KENNETH RANK TOMMY FOWLER MICKIE NEARN If I" Q' 1 ' ' - S ', I o A A I "I, 4, - MILTON DAHLKE KEITH PARKS Manager , I t TOMMY STUDDARD Duane Pnchford Xofts one toward the basket The Junxor Bomber took thexr fxrst wm of the season from hp xn January 6 on thexr home court by a score of 32 24 reat of Fhppxn was hx h wxth 13 and Studdard led the Bombers vnth 16 he senxor bows won 54 51 Mat thews was hxgh for Fhppxn with 18 Pxtchford for the Bombers wmth 25 The Bomberettes fell to the score 37 23 Carro11 was hxgh for h rn wlth 18 and Morrms paced the Bomberettes wxth 16 The Mountaxn Home Junxor boys dropped the ixrst game January here to the Mountaxn Vxew gunxor team by a score 40 38 The ame was Xed by the Bombers untml the 1ast mmnutfe oi p1ay Butt was hugh for the Bombers vuth 41 Stewart Xed Mountaxn Vrew wuth 1 by a score of 43 22 Morrxs was hxgh for the gxr1s wrth 19 pomts and Dodson led Mountaxn Vrew wxth 9 e senror boys took then' ga 62 45 Loiton led the Bom ers with 22 and Stewart wxth 22 for Moun tam Vrew Ed Lotion scores two agamst Lead HM The Junxor Bombers took themr second wln by a score o 31 21 wxth Cotter here January 7 Arghn was hxgh for Cotber ruth 9 Studdard wmth 12 for the Born ers The B0mberettes were downed 51 Smmth was hxgh pomt for Cot ter wxth 31 and Morrxs led the Bombers wxth 21 The semor boys took a G2 r11er Heaston was 'ngh I Cotter wrth 27 and L0ft0n for Mountam Home vnth 18 , , ' f L -- , - I ' Qu. 39. 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