Mountain Home High School - Bomber Yearbook (Mountain Home, AR)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1956 volume:
This book represents the cooperative efforts of the staff with the valuable assistance of the school
administrators faculty and student body
We appreciate the photographic contributions of Mr W A Wingard who made the senior pic
tures individual sports pix and many of the group shots Mr C F Butcher special shots Inter
state Studios individual pictures of grades 6 ll Mr Albert Jacobson prints the Baxter Bulletin for
use of staff photos and student photographers
Our appreciation also to Mr Coy Turner Mr James Rogers and the staff of Colorpress I
Our special thanks to our advertisers and subscribers who made the annual possible
It is our hope that these pages will reflect a successful and enjoyable school year in Mountain Home
hgh School 1n l95': l956
Shirley Tucker Editor
School Service Employees
Mountain Home High School
Member of North Central Association of Second
ary Schools and Colleges
Mountain Home Arkansas
In the Arkansas Ozarks between Lake Norfork
and Lake Bull Shoals
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corporated for valuable advice and a splendid production job.
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TO OUR PARENTS
In thmkmg of those to whom we would hke to show our apprec1at1on by the
ded1cat1on of the 1956 Bomber the s aff unanunously voted to honor our best and
truest fr1ends and most loyal backers throughout lxfe On behalf of all students
whose pxctures appear 1n these pages we make th1s ded1cat1on
Youth IS a trvmng per1od of l1fe not only for the youth but even more for the
parents of young people To you OUR PARENTS for all of your pat1ence w1th
our tempers and our blunders for your gentle but f1rm gu1dance and for gwmg
us 1nsp1rat1on and help 1n meetmg the da1ly comphcatxons of hfe and 1n preparmg
for the future we lovmgly dedxcate th1s book
1956 Bomber Staff
Editor Shu-ley Tucker
Assocnate Echtor D1ck1e Dahlen
Busmess Manager DNS? M01'1'19
As Bus Manager Mar? Studdwfa
Actunty Edator Mar? L Athe-:ly
Actlvxty Edntor Peggy Alley
As Actgvxty Ed Conme Motrls
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BENTLEY F STRACENER
B A College of the Ozarks
M Ed Unlverslty of Arkansas
JAMES T CASTLEBE RRY
B S E Ark State Teachers
M Ed Umversxty of Arkansas
Superintendent s Message
It 1S a genume pleasure to share w1th you the h1gh
hghts of 1955 56 ln plcture and mn wr1t1ng
As We look through th1s annual now and fxve or ten
years hence Ihope we can recapture the Joys d1s
appo1ntments ant1c1pat1ons and hard work of th1s
To those who are here for the last t1me I w1sh you
success 1n l1fe and may the standards you have set
be a challenge to ones remammg
Bentley Stracene r
Pnncnpal s Message
Men of vusdom learned long ago that the acqu1s1t
lon of knowledge does not ln tself produce a well ad
Justed person capable of l1V1Ug a creat1ve l1fe and of
accept1ng h1s r1ghts and respons1b1l1t1es to SOCICIY
Although we need 1ntellectual development to a great
er extent than ever before we must reahzf that th1s
1S not enough to enable us to meet the challenges of
our modern day world It 15 all 1mportant that studs nts
get the proper phys1cal development opportunn es
and gu1dance for sp1r1tual growth and the chance to
develop soc1ally 1n order that they may lxve a full l1fe
in harmony wmth the1r fellow man
The teachers and adm nzstrators he e at MHHS rave
combmed the1r talents toward the e goal a c. cue to
the cooperauon of therr ard th stude t bo-" lo
D Ilcave consxderfd ta 9 eat lege o wo
you toward these goals
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The School Board members above are Earl Johnson Jewell Cooper Bentley Stracener Rex
Bodenharnmer Pres1dent who res1gned durmg the year after 20 years of servlce Sam Powell
was elected pres1dent Inot shownj Lyle House Fredche Byrd Ne11 Nelson secretary and Paul
At the1r posts as head of the school operat1on every day have been
Supermtendent B F Stracener and Pr1nc1pal James CaS'C1ebe1'1'Y
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From left to right:
2. HOME ECONOMICS
3. MAIN BUILDING
4. BAND HALL
ESTHER LYLE JEWELL NELSON MARY JONES
English English Library
A. B.. Arizona State B. S.E., Arkansas State Teachers B.S.E., University of Arkansas
English 1 and 11 offera wider in-
sight into the working principles of
the language. Vocabulary enlarge-
ment, students' errors inusage and
spellingpffective sentence structure,
and writing and speech activities are
included in the units of work. Read-
ing material offers an introduction
to the types of literature.
Emphasis in English lll is plac-
ed on effective speaking and writing,
using American literature as a back-
groundfor study. InEnglish 1V em
phasis is centered in the classics of
literature, with development of po-
lish in speaking and writing techni-
At the right are Dean Ricke and
Deanne Choate tape recording in an
English ll class.
The library is used constantly
every period of the day. It con-
tains approximately l35O books.
In addition, the State Library in
Little Rock sends the high school
library 2 3 5 books each year.
There are reference books, edu-
cationalbooks, fiction, non-fict-
ion books, magazines, and news-
papers in the library this year.
Mary Jones resigned during the
year. Mrs. Louis Long from
Lakeview replaced her. Shown
at the left are a few students us-
ing the library.
Social Science classes are offered primarily to
help Students develop an understanding of them-
selves and the society in which they live, to pre-
pare them to take their places as intelligent and
worthy citizens in that society.
A concentrated study of American history and
world history helps the student gain a knowledge
of the background of society and the contributions
that great men of the past have made.
Social living is a new subject offered this year
to give senior high students the opportunity to study
and discuss subjects usually classified as sociology
anthropology, psychology, problems of democracy,
American government, and economics. Mrs. Pete
Shiras is the teacher.
Civics, taught by Mrs. Ella Pierce, stresses the
organization ofthe local, state and national govern-
ment, and emphasizes the proper conduct ofgood
Psychology helps students understand their men-
tal and emotional make-up.
Journalism is offeredas an elective in English or
Social Science, since it stresses not only correct
writing habits, but also the social science aspects
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Civics, W. History
Social Science, Journalism
A.B., SE Missouri Teachers
M.A., Scarritt College
Graduate study, University
B.S.E. , Ark. State Teachers
THE BOMBER NEWS STAFF
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Published monthly by the Journalism Class of the Mountain Home
This paper is published by the students in the interest of the Moun-
tain Home School system, in an attempt to reflect the spirit and ac-
tivities of the schools, to encourage and stimulate worthwhile activitiesg
and to promote understanding in-tween the schools and thu general
public. All suggestions and contributions to the paper are appreciated.
Editor-infchief and News Bureau .... .... ..,,,, . . ...... D Iary Cowart
Associate Editor and Grade School Editor .,.,.,, . ..... Pete Stovall
Business Munugs-rffI'apcr und Annual . .,... ,, . ., .... Daisy Morris
Columnist and Bulletin Board Editor .... .. . ......,. , .. .,... Cindy Dew
Sports Editors ,. . ........ , ., .,.... Bob Talburt, Phyllis Bacherl
News l-Idilor ..,..... .,.. . ...,, . ., Blake McGuire
Personal Columnists .. ,..... Mary Atherley, Mary Taylor
Feature Editors ., , . Jane Messick, Tommy Gillette
Departmental Editors ., ..., ..,. .,.. Velara Crownover, Marvin Martin
Exchange Editor and Editor of Annual . ,. .. . . . Shirley Tucker
Exchange Editor and Columnist. ,.................,... ......,. Peggy Alley
Names Editor and Reporter . , .... ,.... J oan Durnell
Maintenance Editor and Reporter ., William Thorne
Sponsor ....,, ,... . . , ., ...,.. , ,. .. . ,,.....,.., Mrs. Pete Shiras
Shown in the picture below is Frances
Goetz giving a current event in 4th period
American history class. Over 100 llth
and lZth grade students are enrolled in
history classes this year.
Shovm in the civics court procedure at
the bottom left,are Carol Anderson, Jay
Reeves, Gary Tucker, and Sandy Hawksley.
MAURCE SHARP W. J. BLISARD
Agriculture Veterans -on-farrn-Instructor
B,S., Oklahoma A 8: M B.S.E,, Springfield, Missouri
M,E,, University of Arkansas
Agri. 1 students studied live stock this
year. This class is for freshmen. The
agri. ll students dwelled on live stock and
field crops, while the agri. 1V class stud-
ied farm management and field CFOPS- The
agri. ll and lV boys also had wood-working
projects. They made articles such as cedar
chests, book cases, bulletin boards for the
high school classrooms, magazine racks,
and many other various articles. At the left
below are David Benedict and Billy Hensley
turning their arts and skills into making a
cedar chest. Below is the agri. lV class
with Mr, Sharp, their instructor, working on
their project record books.
FFA has 44 members this year. Their
prize-winning hogs paid for the Father
and Son Banquet this year which was
held in March.
Officers of the club are: President,
Dwain Hawkins,Vice-president, James
Bryantg Secretary, David Benedict,
Treasurer, Sammy Beckg Reporter,
Milton Dahlke gParlimentarian, Robert
Dahlkeg and Sentinel, Curtis Brooks.
lr 'W' Home Economics
4 " B.S.H.E., University
I of Arkansas
M, S, University
Second year home ec. girls completed a unit on Ec-
onomical Food Budgets this year. Preparing and de-
monstrating the salads in the picture above are: Patsy
Huett, Leota Russell, Betty Nystrom, and Connie Ed-
wards. In the backgroundis therest of the class watch-
ing the procedure. They have also covered a unit on
handicrafts. They made bronze plates and carved belts
and purses from leather. Shown above are: Jessie
Knight, Fern Butterfield, Cora Messick, Marie Russ-
ell, Janice McCracken, Mary Lou Brovsm, and Mary
The first year students covered units on clothing, cook-
ing, and grooming.
With 38 members this year, the FHA girls have gain-
ed much recognition in their own department for doing
outstanding projects. One of the largest projects under-
taken by them this year was the selling of Christmas
cards and pencils with the Bomber basketball schedule
printed on them. The club is shown below with their
sponsor, Mrs. Wilmuth.
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MARY ALICE ELAM
B, A, , Colorado State College
Fundamentals of typewriting, business letter-writing, and acc-
uracy have been the key emphasis of the lst year typing classes,
The Znd year class dwelled mainly on speed with accuracy, with
business letters and special forms through the year. There are
84 students enrolled in typing l and ll classes this year. Mrs.
Elam is shown at the bottom left with one of the lst year Classes,
Gregg Certificates were presented all through the year.
The shorthand classes concentrated on speed allthrough the year.
Gregg Shorthand Certificates were given for speeds ranging from
60, 80, 100, 120, to 140 words per minute. These certificates
were received by all students who passed the tests. The ll Year
shorthand class is shown at the bottom right. They are: Mrs. Elam,
instructorg Betty Blake, Peggy Alley, Shirley Tucker, Imogene
Fout, Joan Durnell, and Daisy Morris.
Translating French into English
and English into French have been
the main points of Miss Nelson's ll
French class this year. They have
French magazines, with which they
keep up with the political situations.
French records help to improve their
speaking ability of the language. At
Christmas time the students trans-
lated carols into French. The pic- .ac
ture at the right shows the class
engrossed in a French recording.
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A full schedule of mathematics is on the agenda of the math teachers this year. Mr. Clinkingbeard
has 3 classes of algebra 1, a high school math. class, and a business arithmetic class. Mr. Pierce
teaches algebra 11 and geometry. In the picture below is one of Mr. Clinkingbeard's albebra 1
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B.S., College of the
Chemistry students have gained a wide knowledge of their science
this year, under the direction of Mrs. Lyle. Experiments are used
to illustrate certain types of chemical reactions. Mr. Pierce teaches
the biology class in the same classroom, using much of the same apparatus. Below are some of the
chemistry class decomposing mercuric oxide. They are: Carroll Kytle, Dickie Dahlen, SonnyEkdah1,
Junior Deatherange, Jim Bryant, Mickey Nearn, Curtis Brooks, and Ed Bradley. Not shown are:
Ida King, Jane Messick, Tommy Studdard, and Jerry Baker.
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MRS GENE MOONEY
M e comb College
Fourteen students are taking private piano lessons from Mrs. Mooney
this year in the highschool and junior high departments. Shown above are
Vickie Saunders, Janice Wheeler, Marta LouHenley, Linda Nevius, Carolyn
Carroll, Carolyn Barnes, Kathy Campbell, Frances Dryer, Mary Atherly
Mary Studdard, Sharon Powell, Christine Stovall, Mary Sue Mooney, and
The Mountain Home High School glee club has 31 members this year.
They combined with members of the band to give a Christmas assembly
program at Christmas time. They have given other assemblyprograms,
and several radio broadcasts during the year. The glee club is pictured
below with the music director, Mrs. Mooney.
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With 60 pieces this year, the Mountain Home High School band and the rnajorettes
have performed at football games, parades, specialassemblyprograms,and the ann-
ual spring concert. Pictured above is the entire band with Mr. Russell Langston, the
A school orchestra was organized this year to play for special school gatherings
and various other programs for the school and clubs in Mtn. Home. There are ll
pieces in the band, The members are shown below. They are: llst rowl Jeannie
Alley, piano, Lorna Griffin, saxophone, Sue Hackler, clarinet, Mary Atherly, saxo-
phone, Gary Keeter, saxophone, Peggy Alley, saxophone, Sonny Ekdahl, trombone,
Tommy Fowler, drums, Warren Wright, trumpet, Gene Jones, trumpet, and Bussy
State Teache rs
THELMA CARTER CHRISTINE CURRY REBA DEARMORE
Enghsh Slxth Grade science
B S Kansas State Arkansas State Teachers B 5 E Umverslty of Arkansas
ROSALIA HARTRICK WAYNE LOFTON J B SANDS
Mathematxcs Geography h1story Slxth Grade
B S U111Ve1'51tY of 111111015 B S E U111Ve1'51tY of Arkansa Arkansas Polytechmc College
M S Umverslty of Arkansas
The Mountam Home Juruor H1gh School cons1sts of 6th 7th and 8th grades Mrs G E Curry
and J B Sands are 6th grade teachers wh1le the 7th and 8th are d1v1ded 1nto departments Teach
ers for those departments are Mrs S I-I Carter Engl1sh Mrs D D Hartr1ck mathemat1cs
Wayne Lofton geography and h1story and Mrs Tom Dearmore sc1ence
There are four clubs 1n Jumor h1gh muslc table games ffor boys gl g1I'1S, and art 7th grade
clubs meet on Mondays 8th grade club meet1ngs are held on Tuesdays Both groups attend home
room on Wednesdays and Fr1days Thursday IS assembly day dur1ng wh1ch plays are gmven pep
ralhes are held song fests are conducted and local mmxsters speak
The Enghsh classes and the 6th grade gave a program m celebrat1on of Nat1onal Book Week to
wh1ch all parents of Jumor h1gh students were 1nv1ted
F1eld tr1ps sports present1ng rad1o programs and class Chr1stmas part1es h1ghl1ghted the
year Wlth ente rtamment
Each class had a float 1n the Homecommg Parade and Jun1orh1gh was represented 1n the Chr1st
mas parade The Homecommg royalty was chosen from grades 7 8 and 9 as were the Jurnor
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Senior officers are: Mary Cowart, secretary? Junior officers are: Wayne Clinkingbeard, spon-
Mrs. Esther Lyle, SPOUSOTS MTS- Ma1'Y Elem, sorg Frances Goetz, secretaryg Mrs. Virginia
sponsorg Ed Lofton, PTe5ident5 Ida King, tfea' Wilmuth, sponsorg Mary Studdard, presidentg
surerg and Shirley Tuckeff Vice President- Milton Dahlke, vice presidentg and Phyllis Mau-
S0Ph0m01'e Officers afei Maurce Sharp, SPOU' Freshmen officers are: I-IowardPierce, sponsorg
SOTS Dean Riflker V5Ce President? Mrs. Ella Alice Provence, reporterg Miss Jewell Nelson,
Pierce, SPOUSOTS Tommy Fowler, President? sponsorg SharonPowe11, presidentg Sue Talburt,
C0f1Hie EdW3-Yds, S6C1'efa1'Y3 and Betty NYStT0m vicepresidentg and TharaBryniarski, secretary.
Chemistry Club 35 Pep Club Z, 35 History
Club 3, 45 Basketball 1, Z, 3, 45 Scorekeeper
45 Football Manager 4.
BETTY JEAN ALLEN
FBLA Club 45 Znd Vice President 45
Pep Club 35 History Club 35 FHA l, 2, 3, 45
3rd VicePresident Z5 lst Vice President 45
Office Assistant 4.
FBLA Reporter 4 Music Club 3 4
Pep Club 1 2 3 History Club 3
Dramatics Club 3 FHA l Z Bomber
News Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Office Ass
istant 4 Glee Club 2 Band 1 2 3 4
Homecoming Maid 4 Orchestra 3 4
Music Club 4 Pep Club l Z 3 Dramatics
Club 4 L1brar1an 4 Library Club 4
Y Teens 1 Z 3 GAAl 2 3 Intramural
Basketballl Z 3
MARY LOU ATHERLY
Music Club 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 Drarnatics
Club 4 Bomber News Staff 4 Annual
Staff 3 4 Piano 4 All State Band 3
Sextet 3 4 Glee Club l Z 4 Cheerleader
13 Bandl Z 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 4
Homecoming Maid 3 Annual Queen 4
PHYLLIS BACHE RL
FBLA 4' Music Club 4' Pep Club 3' Letter-
man's Club 3 4' Secretary-Treasurer 4'
FHA l 2 3' Bomber News Staff 3 4' Piano
15 Glee Club 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball Z 3' All-District 35 Homecom-
ing Maid 4' Baxter County Queen 3' Miss
Mountain Home Maid 3.
Beta Club 45 FBLA Vice President 45
Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Junior Play 35
Basketball 1, Z.
Music Club 35 FFA 3, 45 Treasurer 45
Glee Club 25 Chemistry Club 35 4-H
Club 1, Z, 3, 4.
FBLA 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 History
Club 35 Dramatics Club 1, 3, 45
FHA 45 Office Assistant 45 Glee
Club 1, Z5 Basketball 2, 3, 4.
History Club 4.
Music Club 35 FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 Senti-
nel 1, 2, 3, 45
Career Club 3.
History Club 35 Letterman's Club 45
FFA 1, 35 Football 4.
Band l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, Z, 3, 4.
Beta Club Secretary 3, 45 Music Club
35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 History Club 35
Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatics
Club l, 35 Secretary 15 Student Coun-
cil Secretary 45 Class Secretary 35
Class Reporter 1,25 FHA 1,25
Historian 15 Songleader 25 Bomber
News Editor 45 Triple Trio 25 Sex-
tet 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball
l, Z, 3,45 Girl's State 35 Homecoming
Music Club 35 Pep Club l, 2, 35 Trea-
surer 35 History Club 3, 45 Dramatics
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William Thorne Ed Bradley Milton Dalhk
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1955 Football Schedule
H onorable Mention
GAMES LOST 2
Bob Talburt Jerry Baker Jerry Curry Gary Keetel'
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Tom Studdard Don Breytspraak
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SENIOR BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM
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Annual Kung and Queen for The 1955 1956 Bomber
Kung Bob Talburt Senior
Queen Mary Lou Afherly - Senior
Mary Cowart, center, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Cowart, reigned as queen of Horne-
coming festivities October Z1 as the Bombers walloped the Berryville Bobcats 32-7 and cap-
tured the District l-A conference title for the first time in history. She was crowned in a color-
ful ceremony on the field by team captains Jim Heenan and Ed Lofton.
Shown above, left to right, are Christine Stovall, Maid, Frances Goetz , Maid, Peggy Alley,
Maid, Heenang Mary Cowartg Loftong Phyllis Bacherl, Maidg Mayme Rose Garner, Maid, and
Betty Nystrom, Maid. At Halftime the band formed a l-A pattern on the field and Connie Morris
presented an exhibition of baton twirling. A dance at the Legion hut, sponsoredby the Band Club,
was held after the game.
Janice I-laugh reigned as Queen over the Jr.
High football game between Batesville and
Mountain Home October 27. Her attending
maids were: ninth grade: Rita Rusgis, and
Sharon Powell, Eighth grade, Anna Jean
Pleasant, and Carolyn Carollg seventh grade 'hw
Carolyn Sue Barnes, and Sandra Dahlke,
The score of the game was Z6 to 0.
The Student Council has been one of the most active organizations in school this year. They sponsored
the Homecoming activities and the Christmas Parade, among other activities. The officers include,
President, Dickie Dahleng Vice President, Jerry Baker, Secretary, Mary Cowartg and Treasurer,
Ida May King. Principal James Castleberry is Sponsor.
The officers of this year's Beta Club are: President, Daisy Morris, Vice President, Frances Goetz 3
Secretary, Mary Cowartg Treasurer, Phyllis Matthews, and Reporter, Sharon Powell. This year the
officers are trying to promote the principles ofhonesty, justice, service, cooperation, responsibility,
industriousness, humility, and charity. The club attended the Beta State Convention in Little Rock in
February. To enable them to make this trip the club sponsored tag days in the school and various
The Dramatics club is one of the largest in The FBLA, anewcluborganizedthis year under
school. Theypresentedpep stunts for assernb- the Supervision of Mrs. Elarn, Stands for the
lies before football games. They have also Future Business Leaders of America. One of
planned other activities forthe year. Mrs. Lyle the requirements of the club is to have had one
is sponsor, year of commercial work in school.
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of students interested in history. The club is club. They are: President, Don Breytspraakg
ledby Mrs. Pete Shiras. Theyhave hada guest Vice President, Mary Layfieldg Secretary,
speaker or a film for each meeting. Emogene Byrdg and Reporter, Mary Lou Stud-
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"I'rn A Fam11y Cr1s1s" was the play pre
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The leadmg parts were played by Jeanme
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One of the Jumor h1gh clubs 15 the Art Club sponsored by Mrs Dearmore Students are shown
above makmg posters wh1ch has been one of the aCt1V1t1ES of the group
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.Tumor Hlgh cheerleaders, shown left to r1ght are Sandra Dahlke, Lorna Gflfflv, Carohne
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SHOE STORE cHevnoLE1'
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We SPSCIIIZC for 'A Fr1end of
School Students the School
Phone 425 Mtn Home Mounta1n Home Arkansas
THE BEN FRANKLIN STORE
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Comphments PIGGLY WIGGLY
Mr and Mrs Rex Bodenhamer
Mtn Home Ark
NOR TH ARKANSAS ELE CTRIC
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SALEM AND MOUNTAIN HOME
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5 CEDAR Q Mountain Home Ark
MOTEL RUBY'S BEAUTY SHOP
Mtn Home Ark
T H LYLE CLEANERS
Real Estate Insurance
Mtn Home Ark
Dr Dav1d Reese
RAY 'S ESSO SERVICENTER
HORTON 'S JE WELRY
' ' DI3.1'f1OndS, Watches and Silverware
-. Watch Repairing
BAKE R CIT Y
Howard Baker, Rph.
GROCERY AND HARDWARE
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RALPH'S AUTO PARTS
Ralph Erwm Manager
Mtn Home, Ark
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DR B D FLETCHER
DR B H LOFTON
Alumlnum Avxnmngs that
ROLL UP and ROLL DOWN
Phone l6 7
Mtn Home Ark
Furnlture and Apphances
DRYER'S SHOE STORE
Shoes for the fam1ly
M TN HOME MERCANTILE
Ready to wear and dry goods
TIRE SU ply Co
ASSOCIATE ST ORE
Mtn Home Ark
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THE DAISY SHOP
Mtn. Home Ark.
2.4 Hour Ambulance Service
Phone 81 Gene Baker
Mtn Home Ark
TO THE SENIORS
You are needed and wanted 1n
your county and you need your
county Let your future plans be
here rn Baxter County
TWIN LAKES MARINE SERVICE
NE 62 Phone 460
Mountam Home Arkansas
E KEETER LUMBER
KEE TE R LUMBER COMPANY
FOR MOVIE ENJOYNENT
AT IT S BEST
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1OI'1 CTSGII CIHCITIESCOPS
A1r Cond1t1oned by Refr1gerat1on
Phone 225 Mountaln Home Ark
MIE TCHEM 'S
WISE MAN 'S STORE
Pamts and Wallpaper
For Your Dry Goods
5271i MoToR oo
for better shoe S
Your Frlendly Ford Dealer
STUDENTS AND TEACHERS
For a Wonderful school year
and may your futures be as
r1ch as the GOLDEIN ACRE
BEANI AND GREGG
5 Mtn Home Ark
FEED STORE Mtn I-101116
FOOD MARKET L A DEW
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for Ihosg Who Care
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Kr 'XI S MENS STORE
Worth Snds of Square
Mtn Horne. Ark
CURLEE LAND CO
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ST ATE TIRE
AWD RUBBER CO
Ixitn Hornm Xrk
Dr .I Y PHINNIEY
Ivitn Homo Ark
ANICLER S C RFE
TELE VISION RADIO AND
Sales and SL rv1ce
WLSt1HghOuS6 and Ixlotorola TV
BARNES ELECTRICAL SERVICE
Hwy 62. and 5 504 Maln
AND SUPPLY CO
Bulldlng Iklateuals Hardwale
Across From the Post Off1ce
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The Place to Meet
for Good Clean Fun
Highway 178 Lakewiew
I A Complete Resort
POK -A -DOT HAM SHOP
Hickory Smoked Ham and Bacon
Pal and Gustie Purgason, Owners
Howard Creek Area
Bull Shoals Lake
Call Lakewiew 3 -43 70
Phone 3 4371
STATION ON 178
OLD BUTTON MOSAICS
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MOUNTAIN TRUCK LINE INC
Wade Lahar Construct1on Co
STANDARD SUPPLY COMPANY
Complete Line of
Plumbing and Electrical Suu lies
THOMPSON INSURANCE AGENCY
IP Mountain Hemv, Ark,
CARDINAL COURT TVVIN LAKES
Phone 250 SUPPLY CO
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THE PEOPLE 'S B XNK
Moudtam Home Arkansas
Dnpomts Insurnd up to 510 OOO
Used and Abused Carb Malts Shams
Floats Root Bur
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CARTER DAISY CREME
fphlulps ARNOLD S PHILLIPS SERVICE. SUPPLY CO
66 SLRVICE STATION
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Phone 170 Souih Slde Square
INIOUNIAIN HONU1. HARDWARE NIAUDL CANIPBELL SHOP
Phone 214 Mtn Hom For Ladlee Ready To Wear
Como11n1 nts of
BAYIILR LOUNITY XBSFRXCT PINEARK PHXIRO EUM CO
AAND XSURAUXICE CO of Mountam Home
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Mtn Horn Mk Bob JOHSS Nlgr
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MORGAN DRUG COMPANY
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In addition to the many faculty members and school
administrators, we could not manage without the sch-
ool's service employees. This includes the lunch room
cooks, the bus drivers, and the superintendent's office
secretary, Mrs. Roane. Shown at the right is Mrs.
Imogene Roane at work in the front office.
Pictured at the left below are the lunch room cooks.
They prepare the noon meal for approximately 350
students each day. They are from left to right: Mrs.
Charlie Howard, Mrs. Gilbert Byrd, Mrs. Lexie Mc-
Cracken, Mrs. Arnold Blevins, Mrs. Lyle House,
lunch room supervisory and Mrs. Max Gerstenberger.
The bus drivers, pictured at right below, have an
important job to see that all transported students are
safely brought to school and safely Tet'-1I'T1edh0T1'16 each
afternoon. They are: Roy Haney, D. D. Hartrick,
Lewis Knight, Rudolph Cowart, Sherman Wedgworth,
Lexie McCracken, Noble Dhiel, and Earnest Perry.
Not shown are Wayne Lofton and Wayne Clinkingbeard,
who are also teachers in the school.
Perry, shown at the
left, is supervisor
and the custodian of
the high school
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