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

 - Class of 1957

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9UU"3d!3 f'5'15' X 55 5' " Ae 1957 Km W 'f o KS A. I A Ill Our school 1S bu1lt upon 'footpr1nts" Ideals v1s1ons asp1rat1ons efforts Of students teachers school board parents Footpr1ntS that have lnspxred us To try to make our footprmts fn-rn and tl ue To attaln hlgher standards To keep h1gh the sp1r1t and strength of character That by the1r 1nsp1rat1on and fa1th 1n us we may 'Act 1n the l1v1ng Present Heart w1th1n and God O'erhead" We apprec1ate the cooperauon of all who have made th1s book possxble Photographers W A Wmgard CharlesF Butch e Interstate Stud1os Baxter Bulletln staff Our advertlsers and subscrlbers Supt B F Stracener Prxn J C Castleberry Faculty student body frlends Mr Coy Turner and the staff of Colorpress Inc We hope that these pages w111 always bmng pleasant memorxes as you recall thms year and these recorded Footprmts on the sands of t1rne Mary Lou Studda rd Ed1tor xx Qs' I Y 1 A l I 11,1 25.11 1' 5-.n '1 0 1 nl 49 5 Us Q I ' 'funn I f ! tx Hllfrllll mm 1 . 1, 77ZHUfl1lHl XJIHJI, xlftillf fi 777f'H1AN f1f77ufA Kuhn! ftfmnnffznlz rl CUXLII1 1 if , ' . . k Q .' 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They are shown in conference in the junior high wing. ,gifwof l' , ..i. S fKBELFWBDiaTE4CHFfB,Q v n S wx-ro iwis bmi ' T - JOHN B. SANDS John Bunyun Sands, a beloved teacher in the Mountain Home school system, was suddenlytaken from our midst by death in late January. No other teacher had ever served in as many different schools within the Mountain Home system as hadMr. Sands, who had taught at ClarkRidge, Midway. Central Grade School and in the junior-senior high school buildings. Mr. Sands was a friend to all with whom he had contact. He ex- emplified a true spirit of faith, humility, friendliness, kindness, a seeker after knowledge and truth. His life was dedicatedto the youth of our community, especially to those whom he taught and to the boys who were led and uplifted by his influence. Mr. Sands exemplified true greatness, and the memory of his ex- ample and influence will serve as an inspiration to all of us who knew and loved him. "Lives of great men all remind us, We can make our lives divine: And departing leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time." ,fi 11-lst I'--."""22"-.- Q Ulu ' "'f':?"i'. 'iI,. ' Eli? Q -S- B I :enf- ililii fit -lam ul' "" ""'2' 1 Sn l -1 Z I I 15112 l!i1i 11111 V .Iii-11 111. Iiilii 111111 Uliliiia 111122 '?..'.':'.,.:f'i:' 1 in an nnonfnfonh Z? Wesson ZZYSZT.'fl'IZ' Mountain Home Pabhk Schools IIZI.'T.ll1... BENTLEY F ' STR-A-CENER ,. ...,......, ...,. ........ SUP ERINTENDENT Mounlan: Home, Arkansas "rf-1 azz' . ' - .4LT r C. .1,"e, 41 " f.rz11.l5I -U L. zz' ' .1 Mmelr. .ihmv .Lc:I'mf'ls is one of the l , ,s :gave evvr- expr-5-rmec. :Ions fall to express V- l .Lrc:.. 1 'ff N 1' 11 nimatl-m lr. which l Find fi ce.. .ne w1r"'.L-'P ' 1:1-nl in tfzis district, drives "ue Vo as 21 Maller. e. r rw-1 of .s uri." 'e live so 'hut our lives will ,-Q-ygff-v mtv -fclwf, we 'm1.1 fwfr---H. , -4 .4- wtervvpc nc follow U... -N lr Y-gn5:pc1'L1'e, w' '. . fr lf c-:H values, may we pre- ur: z--'el.w, vc -'cfm '- -- l-1' mae, -'cnc on, so that we may lea-1 wr, ear: ff 1 l 1 1:-'rfs in tne sands of' time-. A i ,f , -f l .Q ',.. 411-f f fwrr.0,-ff, 1-vie sfrwwnf-r 1 fr'11.'f1"'l-Lt n mv' of? Worse B. A. College of the Ozarks M. Ed. University of Arkansas :QS qc: Ciiw 'aff' ' 62 A . SEQ 1 ilnluanf 1 11Y.ZZT.'fl'IS' Moanrain Home Paw: Schools ZZZI.'T.llZ... 'W' "2II.L1I.Zl'2ZZlf'ZZ2ZLT School YM W5 -D, JAMES T. CASTLEBERRY Students of MEMS Fountain Home Arkansas ATTENTION: Senior Class Dear Stuients: There is something very special ahout your Sealer year in high school. Regardless of what higher honors you vin or success yru achieve, this vear will hold n very special olace among' yur fondasr memoves. You have planned, workei, and '-layed together cs e groun for the last tim. Your achievements here, both as s class and es 1ndlvl1un1 students, reflects credit unon you, your pa-ewes, and your school. If also indicates that you have laid a firm foundaticf ur-an which to build a lifetime of hannlness and use- fulness. Each of you has nlans ani bright .r'nns for tls future and as you stan out in your 'Hun chosen iirrctiwn, I sincerely hone that all of your fondest dreams will come true. Sincerely, , ,1-- -. fc . James Castleberry Principal PRINCIPAL B. S. E. Ark. State Teachers M. Ed. Univer sity of Arkansas U f M b W W 3200! .gbruice mloliyyeed 1-1 ., 5 x .,., 0, 'X'?'L4t?S2,1?:W:E'sr Q s ' F . A -1 if . ' 5 - ,mf f A N x rg, an A, I ., x . V. K t, n tg' i h I ' Ji 9'- Ag 1' I k 4. 4 xx , iid ' fi exe Whois that nice lady who takes our mon- ey when we pay for fees and books? That's Mrs. Irnogene Roane lpictured abovel who is the Superintendent' s office secretary. ui" Pictured above is Mr. Thurston Perry, supervisor and custodian ofthe high school building. Sthiif B35 Pictured above is a small nurnber of our many bus drivers. Several were unable to be here when the picture was taken. Those present are Wil1ia.rnEnglehart, Willis Anderson, Lexie Mc- Craken, and Ernest Perry. CID s X , r Pictured above are the lunch room cooks at the Mtn. Home Central Elementary School. They are Mrs. Ethel Smith, Mrs. Velma Swan, and Mrs. Lizzie Campbell. The High School lunch room 4 A cooks are shown at left. They have a tremendous job of pre- 7 l Iffvz' H41 proximately 345 students 5 days aweek Fromleft to right they Mendy Cowart Mrs Macy Pitchford Mrs Clady Craw- ag ford Mrs Velmal-louse - . pervisor' and Mrs Anna Ger- , stenberger paring the noon meal for ap- . , A V are Mrs. GenevaHoward, Mrs. 'wf5Tb 1' ' 1 ' ' ii J - 1 Su .9 , . Mastery of skills students need expressing themselves effectively speech and writing and in understandin what they read and hear was stressed in English I and II. Class reading fur nished material for discussion, inde- pendent reading allowed for individual growth. The general objective of English III and IV has been to enable each student to use correct sentences in oral and written expression. In literature, the general objective is to acquaint the stu- dent with a portion of the large body of literature. Shown below is Dick Dahlen, dia- grarnrning a sentence in an English IV class. The library is used every period of the day. There are approxirnatuly l4OO books in it. It contains refer- ence books, educational books, fic- tion, non-fiction books, rnagazines and newspapers. Shown above is a group of students using the library. Recently the library was moved to ' the junior high studyhall where more students could benefit from it. CLIFFORD MASON JEWELL NELSON NORMA WOOD English English Librarian B.A. , Memphis State B. S. E. , Ark. State Teachers B.S.E. , Ark. A. 8: M. 'Wk 4755- is uw' nf?" ' gm if J . at X Z, :EZT , W J BLISARD erterans-on-farm-Instructor B S E., Springfield, Mo. There are Z4 boys entered in Agri. I. this year. Much of their time is spent on introductory courses, such as the introduction into the FFA, to field crops. About ll5 of the boys' time is spent in the work shop. There are l5 boys enrolled in Agri. ll. Their studyis largely amore detailed studyof the Agri., I classes. Aboutll3 of their time is spent in the shop. Twenty-two boys are entered in the Agri. III classes. They study about the various phases of Farm Management. They spend aboutllZ of their time in the work shop. Pictured at the left are the FFA officers. They are Mr. Sharp, sponsor, Dwain Hawkins, President, David Benedict, Vice President, Harold Thorne, Sen- tinel, Lawrence Ellison, Re- porterg Bobby Crawford, Trea- surer, Robert Scott, Secretary, and Miyton Dahlke Qnot picturedj is Student Advisor. Pictured at the left is an Agri. I classlearninghowto mea- sure lurnber, and to use it eco- nomically. Also shown is Mr. Sharp, their instructor. 8 Atotal of 46 girls are enrolled in Home Ec. I. Theyhave emphasized study of good grooming, wardrobe planning, and con- struction of simple skirts and blouses. The girls modeled their dresses in one of the school asseniblies. The Home EC. ll classes studied Family Relations. One of their projects was to pre- pare and serve a family dinner. The Home Ec. Ill classes studied ho me- making from a more advanced viewpoint. One dnit which they studied was "Looking Forward to Marriage and living together in the Family". The FHA girls this year have sold pencils with the basketball sche- dule printed on them. There are 40 members this year. Officers ofthe club are President, Roberta Sharp Stoddardg First Vice President, Margaret McGuire, Second Vice President, Janice McCrakeng Third Vice President, Lorraine Miller, Secretary, Emogene Byrdg Treasur- er, Deanna Choate, Assistant Hist- orians, Helen Bryant and Norma Quickg Song Leaders, Carylon Mit- chelband Virginia Choateg and Pian- ist, Linda Rorie. ome COlfLOWlfiC:5 ff? WILMA WILBER 1 K Home Economics ,ggi J B. S. H, E. University of Arkans as X, 4- Shown at the right is aHome EC. I class preparing a meal. They will serve it to some ofthe girls in their class. Also shown is their instructor Mrs. Wilbur. The objective in shorthand was to attain the highest possible standards of shorthand achieve- ment--the ability to take dicta- tion encountered in business sit- uations, and the ability to read the dictation with sufficient ac- curacy. Forty students are en- rolled in Shorthandlandll. Gregg Shorthand Certificates were given each rnonth ranging from eo to 120 words per minute. Shown below is Mrs. Elam dic- tating to the Shorthand I class. 2 ommercia MARY ALICE ELAM Commercial B. A. , Colorado State College of Educ ation The Building of a usable skill is the primary ai.m of the typing classes. Skillis not based com- pletely on speed, but also on ac- curacy with a reasonable amount of speed. There are 72 first year typing students and 30 second year typing students enrolled this year. Gregg Certificates were awarded all through the year. Picturedbelowis Mi'.s. Elam with the second year typing class. .lax oczfa agzience VIRGINIA SHIRAS Social Science, Journalism B.A. , SE Missouri Teachers V al. . t Af?" DON DE MP SE Y World History B.S. , Arkansas Tech ,4J lit.-alF"i 1 , , if Sb sh 3 g 9, '-,--E. .gg y E K '-.af : ' I 1 5 , ,-'Q . ii GAIL LONG Civics B. S. H. E. M. A., Scarritt College M. Ed. , Univ. of Arkansas C Kans as State Social Science classes this year include Arnericanhistory, psychology and social living, taught by Mrs. Mr. Dempseyg teacher. At the left charts used in Shirasg world history, taught by and civics, with Mrs. Long as are psychology students showing class discussions. They are: Tornrny Fowler, Glen Brncic, Terry Poynter, Jimmy Devlin and Don Breytspraak. . , f , Nm: XXX Q xyv S x Xxx N A ,, ll., N , D 'J , 4 ,5 I ff IJ 1 1 V ,,. , Ni. xgx n 5, 9 ? 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' 34. , Y' A ,rims 11.3. spvni uv- nu-cl. on-1 HA A '- Frunrxumr Home rmxxn: Mrs. Shir- A: "' ' " h as lvcfuru ga-ing ur .lnmallxnm Q ' " N ' " ' 7' ' .. . '- 5+ x xr run. y 1 Ihr' lm-1-Img Wm hx-I-I rn llw A A A VA :administration lzuildlmz al. Arknn- " ' 'A E X-as Scale- 0:11029 A A UA MA U ' Ld l ,. - . ., They also pm. u. lrrrlsl rm '-eu..--I AA A M 'L mmfl 1-,mr mdfr tical- on clecuou AAU... with Muller, 2--lounly Loucher, meetznt THE BOMBER NEWS -. gn U do . .Q Suhr: Published every six week: by the Jaurnlllem Clnn of tho Holm tain Home High School. This ' blished h, the ktudsms in the ideas! of tlre Koun lain Hom? roxzlpry-stem, invan attempt to rdloct the xpirit and Ame tlvido of the schools. to encourage and sdmulnho worthwhile Mtn! tier And to promote undersundirrz between thu schools usd the gqnonl public. All suggestions and conxnbuuons rn me paper nrewpprocatod. vw-W nairbr-in-chu: ,. ..,...... - ...... -. ....... .... . ,Q ....,.... ...... J 0 Anne mam " News Editor and Grade School Editor Business Manager and Columnist ....... . , .... . . lllyme Due Gill' Ssundn Cu-ter Jerry Posture Editor and Columnist ., .. . .. , Curry SPUTUI Editor .... ....,. - .,........... -...- ...., .- ....,..... Columnist, Exchange, and Aulltant Sport Edlhf Columnist and Grade School Editor Dapnmcncu 1-'Amor Jun-mr! Olll ln-aaa: Neat of Home lil ...nn.n. ' ev... ,,....iA ... ,,,.,., , ' ' ., . , .g H A A AA qw-rl-.r lm, mr.. .r- M... ..-, -Y , Q and fmlmn thrlwghuum lhe year. NUVAQZAUL- AAA JAWAWAA A I A AA A I gBomber News Staff Begins Work ,- lQ"' K STQ 79: YQ. Vx' wie . ,, , wx v,- .4 Q . . , ,x z' ..' ' 'S 'Xiu 1. df 5322 fi, lx I .' ' . U hm' 1 'a , A- . ' ,A A T, ,nu 1. . I i X Y . X. ,, . l,. , U ' 4 , , .ygfs f. J? "N 0" 7 'f rf,' ' , ! y 5 K ' in f I , , , ,ii 1 I ' Nsf is 'ffl' l i 6 3 7 ' V 'Y V rf ' , S xl' at 1. ,P I .3 In , li Y r h I .1 , f V. in I. Q 1 . 5 .sl 3, 0 3 sf Q V 'es 1 2 Q' f 4 'w w ,1 Q.. vs . i . ' f 1 V, fs V g Q Q I 53 3,5 mx .E , 33' .ME A :M A Q wx .' if gf' 1 Q , ' 2 1 .X V 5 5 4. W W . ' 8 'K 1 ' ' - ' V K. ,z " M , Z j,,.-if , K ' f fgigffff f " 1 - f if - 2 1 ha n Ku , 4 'i jg ffff , 7 vwfc Shown at the right is the woodwind section. It consists of Z5 pieces. Pictured at the left is the brass section ofthe band. There are Z0 pieces in the brass sec- tion. Pictured at the right is the Senior High Chorus. There 12 girls in the chorus taught by Phillip Meerscheidt. The cho- rus has sung for several special assemblies among other activi- ties. .IS At left is the Junior High Girls Glee Club. There are Z4 members in the glee club. The Glee Club has sung at special school assemblies. gn-0 ROSALIA I-IARTRICK Mathematics B. S. . Universitv of Illinois ywalielnaficd Shown below is Geneva Shippley working an Algebra I problem. cience ,..,, ,ci 'Q VIRGINIA GILBERT Mathematics B. S. , Oshkosh In Algebra II students are strengthened by using the skills and concepts learned in Algebra I. Theyhave learned new concepts and skills inproblem solving, preparing for college mathematics, according to Mrs.Gil- bert. InPhysics, also taughtby Mrs. Gilbert, students have attained abetter understanding of the universe and learned how science and invention are helping to change the world. The goals of Mrs. Hai-trick's mathe- matics classes have been to develop speed and accuracy in the fundamental processes and to learn to solve problems which arise in everydaylife as well as those peculiar to the field of business. Y WAYNE TED R Chemistry Biology M. S., University of Arkansas BSE, Ark, Tech, College The science department consists ofthe chemistry class, taughtby Mr. Wayne Lofton the first semester, and taught by Rev. Morgan the second se- mesterg Biologytaught by Coach Ted Rogers, and Physics. Shown at the right are some of the chemistry students working under the direction of Mr. Lof- ton, instructor. flfLl7,i0I' N'-.V DIDDO ACHESON BA Concordia College BS Agrl College Mmn J Kans as QQ ELMER DAVIS REBA DEARMORE BS West Texas College BSE Arkansas U 'Qi'- CHRISTINE Arkansas Teachers .,4'.!' ESTHER HARBISON BS Colorado A 81 M The Jumor lugh consrsts of s1xth seventh and exghth Grades wlth each Grade part1c1pat1nG m band chorus radlo programs assenb yprograms and sports The two slxth Grade teachers th1s year were Mr J E Curry and the late J' B Sands Mrs Harb1so'1 replaced Mr Sands Clubs 1n the Jumor hlgh school are Travel 4-H and Art A pep squad wh1ch asslsted the Jumor cheerleaders m the home ommg coronatxon was organ1zedth1s year Each Thursday an assenfxbly was held and on Mondays and We :lnesdays all students attended homeroom Mrs Robert Acheson soclal sclence teacher was homeroom teacher for seventh grade grrls Elmer Davls mathemaucs teacher was sponsor of seventh Grade boys Mr Tom Dcarmore who teaches scmence had homeroom for elghth rade g1rls The e1ghth Grade boys had homeroom w1th Mr S I-I Carter Enghsh mstructor All Junxor hxgh classes had Chrlstmas part1es 1n the r rooms A who's who contest was held and the f1rst elghth grade graduatlon tookplace 1r1l956 M1 s Dcarmorewas named"I'eacher of the Year" 1n the Mo mtam Home school systembyacommlttee ofbuslnessmemand women Th1s was part of the 'Oscar For a Teacher" program of the Federated Worne'1's Clubs I5 1. g, ! x : A 5 1 , ' yin' 1 ' ? Q 1 , . I 7 - v 1 1 1 1 v 1 ,-'J 4' . 'E ' 1 1 . , P i ' o o D 1 1 1 1 - 1 - ' D ' r 3 . . . . l I 0 1 1 - I . . . . , . 1 1 - 1 A . I: . . . . . 1 , . : , . . . , l , ' - 1 - 1 C . s . 1 , , . ry . . . D . D . . S . . . y ' . i . , .. . x A , . s . . . L . I 1 - . -71 if t . .- 1 Cyfddif QMCQPZS Senior officers are, from left to right: Phillip Meerscheidt, Sponsor, Jerry Ba- ker, President, Sandy Hawksley, Treasu- rerg Mrs. DolphElarn, Sponsor, Mary Lou Studdard, SecretarygandRedSharp, Vice President. Shownbeloware the officers of the Sopho- more class. They are Sharon Powell, Presidentg Billie Ruth Deatherage, Vice President, Clifford Mason, Sponsor, Mrs. Gail Long, Sponsor, and Sue Talburt, Secretary. Junior officers are Maurce Sharp, Spon- sorg CoraMessick, Secretary, Janice Mc- Craken, Vice President, Pat Johnson, Treasurerg Dean Ricke, President: and Mrs. Virginia Gilbert, Sponsor. Shownbeloware Freshmen class officers. They are Mrs. D. D. Hartrick, Sponsor, D.A. Dahlke, President, Carolyn Carroll, Secretaryg James Hamilton, Vice Presi- dent, and Mrs. Wilma Wilbur, Sponsor. a gowb jf !,L W "And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time3" x,x NX 1 JEANNIE ALLEY Band 1, Z, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Junior Play 35 Dramatics Club Z, 3, 45 Pep Club 15 FBLA 45 Glee Club l, 3,45 FBLA State "Miss Se- cretary". .TERRY BAKER Class President 45 Student Council Vice Pre - sident 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterman's Club Z, 3,45 Junior Firemen Z, 35 Band 1, Z, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Operetta 35 Bomber News Staff 4. DAVID BENEDICT Football Manager 2, 4, FFA 2, 3, 45 Drama- tics Club 3, 45 Student Council Z, 4, Secret- ary 4. MARILYN W. BENEDICT Swimming 15 Life Guard 15 FHA Z5 Glee Club 35 Nurses Club President 25 Student Health Council 3, 45 Dramatics Club Z, 3, 45 Band 2, 3,45 Majorette 2, 3, 45 Operetta 35 Teenage Road-e-o 3. - JIM BIRKHEAD Football Manager 45 Junior Firemen 45 Let- terman's Club 4. KENNETH BLAKE Sports Club 25 Chemistry Club 15 History Club 2, 3,45 Baseball 2,45 Theater Club 1. JO ANNE BOETTGER Pep 1, Z5 Service Club 1, Z5 Dramatics Club 1, Z, 35 Office Assistant l, 2,45 Beta Club 4 Student Council Representative 45 Editor of Bomber News 45 A Cappella Choir 1,2 State Vice President AHSPA. ED BRADLEY Football 1, 3,45 Basketball 15 Baseball 3 Band 1,Z,35 Drum Major Z5 Orchestra 2. Junior Firemen 1, 2, 35 Letterman's Club 2, 3,45 Junior Play 35 Boys' Glee Club l,Z. FRANCES BRYNIARSKI Pep Club 13 Travel Club Z3 Music Club 33 History Club 33 Beta Club 43 Crirl'S State 3. EMOGENE BYRD FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary 43 State Delegate 33 Junior Play 33 FBLA 43C1lee Club Z: Bas- ketball 3g 4-H 3,43 Pep Club l,2, 3, 43 Re- cord Club 33 Secretary 33 Office Assistant 1,2,3,43 NFSM 13 Piano 13 CAROL CARR Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 FBLA 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Sextet2, 3sG1ee Club 2,33 Chorus 1, 43 Beta Club 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3,43 Cap- tain 43 Junior Play 33 Office Assistant l, 4. JOY CASTSTEEL Pep Club 13 FHA 23 Glee Club 23 History Club 33 FBLA 3,43 Vice-President 43 Office Assistant 4. RAY BOB COX Chemistry Club Z3 Sports Club Z3 History Club 3,4. JERRY CURRY Football 2, 3,43 Baseball Scorekeeper 3, 43 Letterman's Club Z, 3, 43 Beta Club 2, 33 An- nual Staff 43 Bomber News Staff 4g Operetta 33 Junior Play 33 Dramatics Club Z,3,4. MILTON DAHLKE Football 1, Z, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Base- ball Z, 3, 43 FFA l, 2, 3, 4g Secretary 2, Re- porter 3, Student Advisor 43 Letterman's Club Z, 3, 4g Class Vice President 3. PATTY DAHLKE Junior Play 33 FHA 1, Z, 3, 43 3rd Vice Pre- sident 33 Glee Club 1, Z3 Pep Club 1, Z3 FBLA 45 Record Club 33 Office Assistant 3,4. 19 41 DICK DAHLEN Basketball 13 Baseball 3, 43 History Club 23 English Award 23 Junior Play 33 Beta Club Z, 3,43 Vice President Z3 Letterman's Club 23 Annual 3,43 District Health Council 33 Student Council Representative 4g President 3. MARY DENNY FHA 1, 33 Pep Club 1,23 Music Club 23 His- tory Club 43 FBLA 4. MARY DEAN DUGGINS FHA 1, Z, 3g Pep Club 1, Z3 FBLA3, 43 Photo- grapher 43 Music Club 2. SHERA EDWARDS Cheerleader 1, 43 Pep Club l, Z3 Y-Teens 13 Student Council lg Proctor 23 Glee Club 33 FHA 33 Student Health Council 3,43 Co- Or dinate r 4. SONNY EKDAHL Football 1, 2, 3, 43 All-District 4g All-State 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3,43 Basketball 1, 23 Man- ager 43 Junior Firemen 2, 33 Junior Play 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Letterman's Club l, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 33 Orchestra 3. ROSETTA ELLIS Glee Club Z, 33 FHA 13 Pep Club 2, 33 Basket- ball 2, 3. MAYME ROSE GARNER Student Health Council 3, 43 District Health Council 33 Homecoming Maid 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Bomber News Staff 43 Glee Club 1, 2,33 Mixed Chorus 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Op- eretta 33 Band lg FHA 2,33 Secretary 23 Agriculture Secretary 43 Dramatics Club Vice President 3, 43 4-H 1, Z, 3, 43 National Delegate 2. FRANCES GOETZ Student Council Representative 1, Vice Pre - sident 43 FHA 1, Z3 Pep Club 1,23 Glee Club 13 Homecoming Maid 33 Beta Club 3, 43 Vice President 33 Bomber News Staff 43 Student Health Council 3, 43 Music Club 2, NANCY LEE GREENWOOD Class Secretary-Treasurer l,Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatics Club 45 Red Cross Repre- sentative lg Annual Staff 43 Swimming Club Z, Archery Club 2, Office Assistant 2,49 FBLA 4, Operetta 3. ELLEN HARMON Bowling Club lg Thilia Club 2, 3, French Club Treasurer Z, 3, History Club 4, Beta Club4. DWAIN HAWKINS Baseball Z, 3, 4, Basketbal14g FFA 1, 2, 3, 49 President 2, 3, 4. SANDY HAWKSLEY Class President lg Class Treasurer 4, FHA Reporter 2, Homecoming Maid 2, Baxter County Royalty 3, 4, Campus Maid 4, Cheer- leader 3, Student Health Council Secretary 45 Dramatics Club 3, 4. ' JCHN P. HEENAN Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4g Football Z, 3, 4, Junior Firemen 2, 3, All-District Football 49 Let- terman's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Bomber News Staff 45 Sports Club 4. ROY JENNINGS Football 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Band lg Junior Firemen 3,45 FFA lg Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2: Bomber News Staff 4. DELORIS KASINGER Classical Music Club Zg Pep Club lg FHA 3g History Club 4. CARY KEETER Football l,2,3,4,A11-District4,Letterrnan's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Firemen 1, 2, 3, 49 Op- eretta 3, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball lg Dramatics Club 1. 21 Flu. LATHELLE KENNEDY FHA 15 Pep Club 15 Latin Club 2, 35 FBLA 45 Dramatics Club 45 Annual Staff 4. BESSIE KNIGHT Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Music Club 35 Nurses Club Z5 Secretary Z5Pep Club 1, 25 History Club. JESSIE KNIGHT Glee Club 1, Z, 35 History Club Secretary 45 Music Club 2,35 Nurses Club 25 Pep Club 1, 2. NORMAN KOELLER Movie Club 15 Camera Club 25 History Club 1, 25 Classical Music Club 25D1-arnatics Club 3, 45 Music Club 35 Student Health Council 45 Beta Club 3. CARROLL KYTLE Basketball 45 Baseball 45 FBLA 45 History Club 1, 2, 35 Dramatics Club 45 Sports Club Z5 Theatre Club 15 Music Club 35 Chemistry Club l. CARLA LANCE Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Theatre Club 25 Classical Music Club Z5 FBLA 3, 45 Pre- sident 45 Music Club 35 Operetta 35 Office Assistant 4. WILMA LANE Cheerleader 15 FHA 1, 25 Historian 25 Song- leader 15 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Glee Club 35 Music Club 3. MARY LAYFIELD FHA 1, 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Pep Club Z5 Glee Club Z5 Record Club 35 FBLA 45 Student Health Council 35 Dramatics Club 4, BILLY MARLER FFA 1, Z, 3,45 Baseball 2, 3. PHYLLIS MATTHEWS FHA l, Z5 Treasurer Z5 Student Health Coun- cil 3, 45 Secretary 35 Head of I-lealthful School Living 45 Class Officer 35 Beta Club 3, 45 Treasurer 35 President 45 Dramatics Club 35 Girl's State 35 Rainbow Z, 3, 45 Bomber News Staff 4. MARGARET MCGUIRE FHA l, 2,4, Assistant Historian 25 lst Vice President 45 Glee Club 1, 35 Intramural Bas - ketball 2, 3. CARYLON MITCHELL FHA l, Z, 3, 45 Songleader 3, 45 Cvlee Club 1, Z, 3,45 FBLA 45 Office Assistant 4. CONNIE MORRIS Band l, 2, 3, 45 Majorette 1, Z5 Drum Major- ette 3, 45 FBLA 3, 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 Secretary 25 Vice President 45 Annual Staff 35 FHA 15 Junior Play 35 Baxter County Maid 15 Homecoming Maid 45 Miss Drumsticks 4. MICKEY NEARN Football 2, 3,45 Class Officer Z5 Dramatics Club 2,35 Basketball 15 Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Firemen Z, 35 Fire Marshall 35 Boys' Cvlee Club 1, Z5 Junior Play 35 Op- eretta 3. NINA LAVENA JANE PARKS Hi-y 15 Pep Club 1, 25 Foreign Pen Pals 15 Junior Play 35 Beta Club 3, 45 Librarian 2, 3,45 Librarian's Club 2,3,45 FBLA 3,45 Treasurer45 Office Assistant 45 Typing Pen 3. BETTYE PATE Student Council Representative 35 Basketball 2, 35 Pep Club 1, Z5 Sextet 3. I .asfff ' -QV' Y 3 1' JIMMY PE TERS Football l, 2, 3, 43 All-District 43 Baseball 2, 3,43 Letterman's Club l, 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 13 Scorekeeper43 Timekeeper 33 Junior Firemen 2, 3, 43 Assistant Fire Chief 4. PAUL PROVENCE Football 43 Manager 2, 33 Junior Play 33 Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Junior Fire- men 2, 3, 43 Letterrnan's Club 2, 3, 4. NORMA QUICK FHA l,2,3,43 Assistant Historian 43 Glee Club 2,33 Pep Club 13 Dramatics Club 3. SHIRLEY REA Nurses Club lg Pep Club 23 Music Appre- ciation Club 33 Career Club 33 Classical Music Club 2. JOYCE REEVES FBLA 3,43 Glee Club 2,33 FHA 1,23 Pep Club 2,3. CLIFFORD SHARP Football 1, 2, 3, 43 All-District 43 Baseball l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Junior Firemen 2, 4g Fire Chief 4g Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 President 43 History Club President 33 Stu- dent Council l3 Class Vice President 43 Band 1. MARY LOU SHERMAN FBLA 43 Photographer 43 Science Club 23 Teacher Assistant 43 FHA 13 History Club 3 , 4. LaNE LL SIMPSON Office Assistant 23 Glee Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 23 Dramatics Club 23 Library Club 33 Band 2,3,43 Music Club 3. BUSSY SNOW Junior Play 33 Student Council Representa- tive 1, 33 Junior Firemen 1, Z, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball Z3 Boys' Glee Club 13 Letterman's Club 4. ROBERTA SHARP STODDARD FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice President 13 President 2,3,43 Federation 3rd Vice President 3g National Delegate 33 4-H 1, 2, 3, 43 National Delegate 33 County Champion Girl 33 Pep Club l, 23 Glee Club 13 Dramatics Club 1, 23 FTA 1, 23 Record Club 33 Hot-Rod Club 4. MARY LOU STUDDARD Class President 33 Class Secretary 4QFHA l, Z3 Glee Club 1, Z, 33 Pep Club 1, 2.3Music 33 Junior Play 33 Record Club Reporter 33 Annual Staff 3, 43 Editor 43 Beta Club 2, 3, 43 President Z3 Secretary 43 C1assSecretary- Treasurer 13 Operetta 3g Student Health Council 33 Typing Pens 3,43 Girl's State 33 Music Club 23 FBLA33 Rainbow 2, 3, 4g MYF President 3. TOMMY STUDDARD Football Z, 3, 43 All-District 43 All-State Honorable Mention 43 Sports Club 43 Base- ball 1, Z, 3, 43 All-State 3g Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Firemen 2, 33 Bomber News Staff 4. SHIRLEY STUDDARD Pep Club 13 Glee Club 23 History Club 3, 4g Music Club 33 Travel Club 2, PATRICIA LOUISE SUMMERS F1-IA1, 23 Band lg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Tripple Trio lg Sextet Z, 33 FHA Songleader 23 Class Reporter 13 Dramatics Club 1,2, 3, 43 History Club 1, 23 Operetta 3g Cheerleader lg Pep Club 13 4-H lg United Youth President 4. DELEMA VAWTER History Club 4g Pep Club 1,23 Music Club 2,33 FHA 13 Glee Club 13 Nurses Club 23 Intramural Basketball 2. DONALD WALKER FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 History Club 2. MARILYN WAUGH Speech Club Z, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 33 Senior Play Crew 33 Dramatics Club 4. DON WISE ,,,g,... Dramatics 45 Basketball 4. 'ir' Senior class prexy--Jerry Baker The Christmas cards arrive! -- spurring us on to New York. A few more miles assured. 4-431 A senior highlight--rings arrive! , Another highlight--senior pictures ll Footprints, that perhaps another--Seeing, shall take heart again. " I .11 'Y f Q. O -A U I 5 'P Junior Play RAYMOND BECK DON BLAIR MARGARET BRETZ DON BREYTSPRAAK MARY LOU BROWN GLEN BRNCIC HELEN BRUNSON LINDA BURNS EVA BUTTERFIELD SAUNDRA CARTER CLARENCE CASEBOLT DEANNA CHOATE BOBBY CRAWFORD ROBERT DEARMORE FERN DEATHERAGE JAMES DEVLIN CONNIE EDWARDS LAWRENCE ELLISON EDITH FARRIS TOMMY FOWLER SHIRLEY GILLILAND JERRY GRAYHAM WAYNE GREENWOOD JOHNNY HARRIS JOHN HARTRICK BILLY HENSLEY JO ANN HUETT PATSY HUETT DAVID JOHNSON HARVEY JOHNSON DON ALEXANDER CAROL ANDERSEN MIKE BACHERL , . ."' .-.-f- wmv, A . f 4, 'fsz ill achieving, omiom still pursuingf' fl ,-as 5-if 'W '-.3 . bg - A -L :ig Z ' Vi' I f Q if 7 1' ' il' M ...Il I is 'i H ? ' I -a "" 5" 3 lugjrf I J A g we A J, VJ f5Q1-.f 9 A 5 2 '99- vi . Q- ng Q , ' l qv Vi I 4. , P ,-s 'A ' , "I 'gsm ' J ,V I V' ' -.4 . . I . L Q ff J, 1 AW' WA X' - 'P ' Q 355 f-we J:-'ff 'Y Ax qw ' A L II I l ""hXI r-4x LLIZLOP5 if , fwwx . ?' PAT JOHNSON GENE JONES .,... -' 5 J. , . . 1 I . fx i f 1. xy.-. 5 5 "', E ,lgw 9 X ,fi V f x . we Q 4 'Q A A N T7 X , Q I 'P L , ua . f' . 1 'Q' at Q . J! , "Learn to labor and to wait. " JOY CE KASINGER DOSS KENNEDY DAN KING KARL KOCH JANICE MCCRACKEN CORA MESSICK CLIFFORD MORRIS DON NELSON BETTY NYSTROM PATSY OHM LEONARD PARTEE TERRY POYNTER LORENE RAYMOND DEAN RICKE LEOTA RUSSELL KENNETH SKIVER LINDA SKIVER NONA SIMPSON CHRISTINE STOVALL BONNIE TANCRE ROBERT THOMAS HAROLD THORN JOYCE TREAT GLEN VAN RHEEDEN MARY LOU WALKER ELDON WATSON MAYME WELLS BETTY WICKER ROBERT WISE SANDRA WOLFRAM J Q' W ... 0,9 OWL ored TOM BICKFORD JUNE BLAKE MARION BOLDING WANDA BRITT LOIS BRUNSON THARA BRYNIARSKI LENORA CHICK VIRGINIA CHOATE JUDY CRAWFORD TERRY CRAWFORD K' V' W yi?-is TERRY CURRY JANICE DEAN BILLY RUTH DEATHERAGE PHYLLIS DENTON wg GARY DUGGINS it" PATSY ELLIOT BILLY EUBANK MARY JO GRAY WILLIAM GREEN EDWIN GREGGORY lie Y FRANCES HACKLER DORIS HARTRICK JOE HEENAN JO ANN HIGHTOWER RICHARD HIRT Iwfff PAT HOEN HERSCHEL IVENS JANICE IVENS JO ANN JOHNSON PHILLIP JONES If ROSA JONES HAL KASINGER LEE ALLEN KENDALL LE LAND KIRKE RDAL L A I BOB KIRKENDALL DALE LARSON DAVID LARSON BETTY MCFARLAND LORRAINE MILLER MARY MITCHELL va 4-5,5 1 ii 'ui ' 'J Mx ' " i y i' v R .,,, S .4-Al 4 3 ata! lv N.- i K' "5 J'-.n WOR. 'HQ -Q. w-Q' .J -Q' x 'T' 4 A I I Not P1ctured VINCENT PETTY PATSY TOWNSEND JOHN WEDGEWORTH W vi' '-16 J' J 1 'si- in 'uv -vxffj I F 0' ev 3 4-lr 30 'Q' I "Let us then be up and domg Wlth a heart for any fate " 0,9 OIWL 0148 55 MARTHA MOORE ANNETTE MORRIS DAVID NELSOIN WILBUR NORELL ESTA NORMAN LEON OELS THURLO OELS CHESTER PARNELL VERLA MAE PIERCE SHARON POWELL LINDA POYNTER BILLY PRIES ALICE PROVENCE HOMER QUEEN BRUCE QUICK JOHN REEVES BARBARA REYNOLDS BETTY ROBERTS RITA RUSGIS ROBERT SCOTT PAULINE SMOTHERS DARLENE STONE LIZZIE STUDDARD SUE TALBURT BOBBIE TAYLOR MARGARET TAYLOR JOHN TIBBEN MARVIENE TRIVITT NADIENE TRIVITT GARY TUCKER NANCY VAN RHEEDEN ANNA MAE VAUGHN MARGARET VAWTER MARY WATSON MAX WHEAT DALE WILBER Q 5 Hx 'E' I '. J . A-A 'F i fax: -guy :E f . , if V, .Lo 4. Y . 1' JR ' A ge 3 . I . at 'A 7 ft QIZZZZI ' ' L ,bag tv A-2' ff. ul. P - , Ci 1 I . A4 6 , 1 va-' 1 X Q -,I . " v ia 'k ,Lg ' I+. xt -A .- r Mgf' + ' N it I I K , A 'Q mi- te 'if L1 'Q ' I ...X ' we? 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Dick Ahrens James Alexander Kenneth Bailey Sharon Bailey Freddie Blackburn Betty Blair William Blevins Phillip Bradley Sharon Bryant Benny Byrd Jimmy Bryniarski Anna Campbell Judy Cash Darrah Chambers Pauline Creel Arlyss Cooper Jimmy Curry Carolyn Dahlke Beverly Danuser S. C. Rep. Carson Davis Nancy Davis lven Denny Dickie Dickerson Paul Doak Frances Dryer Eddie Ellis John Erwin Melba Eubank Vergie Gibson James Gilliland Milton Ginter Betty Gray Lorna Griffin June Hightower Sue Hightower James Hood Bonnie Hunter 63 fv-nfs'-. I V . T? X , , A-0 - X 0. a.,-,K ma. if x 15 il 1 'vt E v lvl .fa 'Q -.N ,gnu I 1- ,,,. 5 -ff' fi- ,. J.: X fgjr- 'Q f-IS, 55" TQ. i ,ws . .3 5 aff' P .Q A 1 rs- '- ff, i . , Q fl I T' . 43. Y' 'A i QL -. . eq 12- I -,l '-,. f-.5 -L' ,L Qi f 3 '19 Q' ...,,p V -Q95 tgp A. l - " X , 'A' ai - , K 4 -s . . , ' L ' Q V ' 'dr 1 4' . ,A .i r L ' 49 ? t I f -S+ l j ...Ja , L -fu V... L,-my , Q ' ,H . ' ' ,- 'Q , , , Q - I we A - Haw- 1, , . . 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"' iif':' ll , K A . in-L ""-.J ' And things are not what they seem "For the soul is dead that slumbers Q : ' I ll 34 Lansing Hewitt Dwain Ivens Joy Jones Virginia Jones Alta Kellum Devena Kirkland Alice Kunkle Dale Lee Carolyn Lonon Kenneth Martin Sharon McCracken Jerry McGuire Eugene Mc:Vey Kenneth Mitchell David Murphy Clifford Nelson Janet Nelson Jean Nusch Judy Pace Lawrence Page Leon Pendergras Charles Perry Harold Perry Shirley Perry Thomas Perry Robert Pittaway Diane Powell Roy Rogers Howard Russell Rod Ruthven Nellie Sanders Tommy Sharp Bonnie Shelton Wilford Sinor Bonnie Strayhorn Dolly Studdard T. J. Studdard Bonnie Swadley Maxine Trivett Cynthia Tinnon Ernest Utchrnan Susan Wicker Raymond Wells Georgia Wicker Wilbur Zelk Leonard Adams Harley Ande rson N: ff: . -. DK 'wt v ai, ,af .K - .1 "1 ' 44? 1 V 4:17 f-Y, Y ' 'iw' ' nf , X I - I ff ' x 'ff r X .I . fir' ,, . .. J x "' B ur- I David Kasinger Leon Kasinger Thurlo Harris Jimmy Knight gr it ' Q ' - 5' A hmm 'A Miss Merry Christmas Three Junior High Boys Jimmy Bailey Steven Barco Sharon Barnes John Beckford Timmy Birkhead Terry Bradley Roy Brunson Tommy Bryant Halla Jean Butcher Jan Campbell T. H. Conley Marshall Cox 45602711114 QM' -ni Bruce Crawford 'La - ,C Q- - V Patsy Crawford ' ykyi ', . ' .fggxi Lyle Davis ' 4-'H I . 'QQ ., . n 'X 1 Y I 'hr . If A E , Q 4 s 1 'S' 5 r +L. f Jw 1553? K? WW. if -c' ..... gif' I HS 'Q -7 PCN 'U 'Ni' vw 45 Nr i -,af on-7, Q4 Q pw hi' l""" -we aff' od 'Uv -wx. f nal 1355 at f'f id' I js 'W' 's....,. 'Ihr GUS Avid-'W 'TH f Q0 414 H379 'sts w 3 4"'WW 'lf' YN Sherrie Dickey A. W. Dover Jo Ann Douglas Rutlf' Dunbar Lloyd Eckley Jerry Ellls Orven Enckson Patsy Fletcher Dons Gray Max1ne Gray Juamta G1fford Wxlma G1ll1land Sharon G1ll Carolyn Grant Exleen Grubb B1ll1e Harr1s Jun Hawksley Jerry Heenan Carolyn Hensley Dale Hensley Marta Lou Henley Sue Holeyfxeld Patsy Ivens Herbert Johnson Llnda Kelly Marxon Kendall Nad1ne Kellurn Delores K1mbro Donna Ku-kendall Norr1s Kytle V1rg1n1a Lancaster Inez Marler Nora Lou Maynard B1ll McCalmont Jamce M1ckley Aver1lee M1tchell Paulette Mxtchell Carolyn Montgomery Mary Sue Mooney Joan Nelson Sharon N1lson Lmda Page Norma Parks Junlor Pate Vlfglnla Pate Ke1th Perryman W1lma Plumlee Patr1c1a Pool ' 3 ..Z,,,vM,'. u ' ", 1 5,7925 ' . , , ,WY k X f Q l fig- y " ff- ' " 55 g X. ,. 4 I I V ,Q X, w .A Y, 5 x 1 A ' X M My 46 V K J"' f MN ,Aw we as lg? 1? ,gi L, ty ff fr ff' 4 J 0-.J Q' 1 , ... J, f 1 sy f ' 3 ' FW A4 - jA'5':9'x ij 'Iv N ,Ja WA ffxaa ' fl Grace Avhcson Ka ren Barnett Teddy Beck Barbara Bell Deannc Benedict Edwin Bryant Sue Carter Charles Chaney Dickie Clawson Junior Cobb Virginia Cobb Frank Coclarun Willis Crawford Carol Davis Erwin Davis Toni De Mers Ada Ruth Fawcett Richard Flernrning Wayne Gilbert Lyna Dell Grubb Joyce Head Linda Hickman David Hinsley Noah Hood Barbara Johnson Jarret Jones Ann Joyce Leon Kellum Wilford Knight Nona Lawson Nina Lonon Larry McGuire Verla Maynard Darrel Osborne Elaine Pearce Jane Pendergrass Carl Perry Kenneth Perry Dennis Perry Vicki Pries Barbara Rains Mary Ann Roane Barbara Roberts Elmer Rosson . I ' A :A ,., F N A ' "Ov nr- as IIN Ad 3. X -1 Tommy Snow :K-L. 1-2 ? - 1 V - 4 Lyndell Swan My 4 f V, - ,e Ray Taylor 1' ' l I 'I V If si S Q' ' , V fi I ' . - g wif W. fn Dawn Trammell 5'4" 1 -, Christy Tullgren .-I '. I, l - Robert Turner "' A A 324. Q 4' V an nv Jeanie Van Rheeden lf- ' fffx. ' QQ,- Peggy Wallis , ' 'ff NX., :M x,,i if -1414 X , I - 402' . Z .. R Donna Wilken Leon Willett . i Belva Jean Worthen , 4 , 1, -4 , H Decil Wynn . ,fy , V' Q 'ff A I w o .i ' l ' ,f Sixth Grade Not Pictured: Johnny Ahrens Roy Lackey August Anderson Louise Martin Linda Baker Robe rt Studda rd Jerrie Lea Green "Life is real! Life is earnest! . .. Act, --act in the living Present! Heart within, and God o'erhead! " 39 O Amzior .Mg A9613 L, 5 P A I 'af 4 L M f A Junior High Homecoming Queen crowned Seventh grade assembly E1ghth rade assembly E1ghth grade Homecommg Float m Parade 119651 aunulfni a-:ai UV? R IXI L Q fa' 1 H PYS onli LIMF' 9 il Book Week Wlnners Jumor H1gh 4H Club 40 f e Q N., a P , . a -- V I x ' g . Q G ff 4 sau: lnmu. 5 I Q ax - - 'f Inv X ' mn.. I, I nn., X , , Q R- -'N WNW MARTHA HENLE. 1 Frrst G ade Arkansas Teacher iii CLARICE WILKS Fxrst Grade ASTC C OF O Second Grade Arkansas Teachers BSE Arkansas ALM ECHOLS Prxnc xpal Oklahoma Teacher -3 BSE Arkarsas Teachers qv LOUISE BRE!-IRE Second Grade BSE We tchester QPa J Teachers nv., Q., NINA MOORE Third Grade Beebe Jr. College BSE A-k. Teac FRANKIE T YREE Third Grade Fourth Grade Southwe ste rn Mo. State ng!!! EMMA WORTHEN Fifth Grade Ark. Teachers John Brown U. U. of Arkansas can ,, gb 'KT Q . ,- ,-1 1'S M is Bk WILMA DOUGLAS Flrst Grade Parsons Uowal A Kansas U 'Wi . VALTA DAVIS Second Grade Arkansas Teachers I in 41 LUCILLE NOBLE Third Grade Arkansas Teachers Southern Baptist I". . LURA ATHERLY Fourth Grade Arkansas . e 1 DOROTHY H1oo1NBoT1-IAM NANNIE LEE TRAMMELL Fifth Grade Public School Music Arkansas University Central College, Conway gimenfdfy Clfffbikff ag f r T 3. i ' i, , SW A As G 1 1 , ,rex .T tif -A N KY at A A I A if ' r Q I I I-.-1.1.---X L... L , n 1 . . 1 1 '1 . ,N,41w 5:65, THIRD GRADE, Mrs. Moore's Room: FIRST ROW--Grace Bell, Charlene Roberts, Norma Silzell, Paul King, Ruth Weaver, Marlene Perry, TomAlexander, Jimmy Bryant, LarryCooper, Billy Willett. SECOND ROW--Carol Wheeler, Beverly Kirby, Noel Melton, Jane Ruthven, Deborah Baker, Connie Martin, Vicky Henson, Larry Powell. THIRD ROW--Penny Fouts, Sharron Crawford, Anita I-largrave, Allen Anderson, Joseph Rowden, Vernie Harris. Absent: Roger Hightower, Mary Gifford. ,gn - E .. .741 ' 'I Pt. - Q85 ,ll ' A vf.t"' I ul 1 , 4 . l 01' - ,-ev ' 7 T! vm' 7, ,, ,. .F J ff 1'-bf ,, V' 7 . . or n. I SECOND GRADE, Mrs. Brehe's Room: FIRST ROW--Linda Wise, Ivadel Waire, Nancy Pittaway, Diann Acklin, Linde Harned, Davalee Nevius, Kathryn Bryant, Lance Antrim, Jerry Gray, W. D. Bryant. SECOND ROW--Mary Kay Nusch, Barbara Britt, Linda Bennett, Bill Cobb, Steven Tucker, Billy Hall, Pamela Smothers, Jimmy Moore, Dallas Messick. THIRD ROW--Gary Gene Hensley, Johnny Saltzman, Norman Wilber, Carl Green, Michael Skeet, Brent Murray. Absent: Ronald Peters. 45 Uyefzmdfbfzf W O O OO Ss? tgfzwfzf fauna! Q' Dis The Student Council, in cooperation with the Student Health Council, this year has esta- blished and furnisheda studentlounge. Some other projects of the Student Council have been the Southern School Assemblies and me gig Homecoming activities. l956-57 officers are President, Don Breytspraakg Vice Presi- dent, Frances Goetzg Secretary, David Benedictg and Treasurer, Saundra Carter, Mr. Castleberry, Sponsor. H542 W " Anew project for the Beta Club this year was the sale of candy during the Christmas season. During February the club attended the Beta State Convention in Little Rock. Officers for this year are Phyllis Matthews, 50 Presidentg Robert Wise, Vice President, Mary Lou Studdard, Secretaryg and Sharon Powell, Treasurerg Mr. Castleberry, Spon- sor. Mr. Stracener is a State Board mem- ber. rv The StudentHealthCo1m- cil, a new organization, has been very active this year. It lead the school in the March of Dimes Drive and worked with the Student Council in establishing a student lounge. Officers are SheraEdwards, Coordi- natorg Sandy Hawksley, Secretary - Treasurer, and Chairmen are May- rne Garner, health ser- vices, Phyllis Matthews , healthful school living, and Martha Moore, health instruction. The sponsor is Bentley Stra- cener, Superintendent. 5111112 11 f1Q11f1146Z11111'1f M111 H115 Sf LH Q31 P he vt One of the projects of the Library Club was to install a card catalog. Officers are Sue Tal- bert, Presidentg Nona Simpson, Vice Presi- dent, Louise Pendergrass, Secretary, Thara Bryniarski, Treasurer, and Eva Butterfield, Reporter. Sponsor is Mrs. Thurman Wood, librarian. The Future Business Leaders of America Club sponsored a new event this year, a Campus Queen Contest. Officers ofthe club are Presi- dent, Carla Lanceg Vice President, Joy Cast- steelg Secretary, Joyce Reevesg Treasurer Nina Parks, Historian, Mary Dean Duggins. 51 Sponsor of the club is Mrs. Dolph Elam. wzw airmen The Junior Firernen's club has been quite active in having fire drills this year. Offi- cers are Fire Chief, Red Sharpg Assistant Fire Chiefs, Jimmy Peters and Bussy Snow: andSecretary, Tommy Fowler. Spon- sor of the club is Coach Ted Rogers. kfafly 6721! Officers ofthe History Club are President, Clifford Morrisg Vice President, Don Blairg and Secretary, Jessie Knight. Sponsor is Mrs. VirginiaGilbert. Guests have spoken at their meetings. o6ZffZ!777lEIl:9' Wu! Officers of Lettermen's Club are Red Sharp. Presidentg Mickey Nearn, Vice Presidentg and Jerry Curry, Secretary - Treasurer. Coaches Don Dempsey and Ted Rogers are the sponsors. One of the year's activities was the annual picnic. Mmfzffb' ffm! activities, presented several pep stunts. Officers are President, Norman Koeller Vice President, Mayme Garnerg and Sec- retary-Treasurer, Linda Poynter. is Clifford Mason. Jrbm. emofm My VLVLLLCL Qgdkg Bussy Snow Kmg Frances Goetz, Queen i Sandy Hawksley Rxta Rusg1s Frances Hackler CLWL 14:5 148811 CUZ Wa 5 - f ' -4 1 9 .vw E , 9 1 I v , . 7. 4 0, 4 EW: lv," ' 1 ,. 5, Mary Layfxeld Martha Moore S-ai . ,Q C X 017-28C0i2'l!,l!g maya ,fy ' Connie Morris Maylne Garner lviaid Maid Linda Poynter XA'-tl ,I Shara Edwards Queen Captains Alice Provence W Maid SOHUY Ekdahl John Heenan Christume Stovall MaLd DeAnna Choate Maid FFA S WEETH F EAR HA KING MT Carolyn C 11tOn Ddhlk arrou e -.fm -Hr' GXBL5 ST E. Y anus Burma, Sw PhYXX16 Marx Marv Lou Siuddaf A OYS STB 5 Gary Keeter Red Shaf? an ATE ws- , a L , R T, x f ' ll J- , -fl?-'?L L , D wb- V V if ,N Aw. L ifw, -wr :ji i . F, 'W 1, , v L'-if .5 I Q ' . - 5 , E5 V , -v 2 Z ifw S vi B ' 'YE I , - ' he i MISS DRUMSTICKS Connie Morris COUNTY FAIR ROYALTY Queen Lmda Poynter Sandy Hawksly and Betty Nystom Ma1dS ,X 'Sl f CQ Jdflifwd Q0 9 X. Q fa X QQ I X ' g -nn , ffx qw V s E Q QQ gl? b H u- me... COACH TE D ROGERS Football B aske tb all l 1 joofdaff .SQOIJOVL Mountain Home's Bombers started the season with a conference win over Siloam Springs, defeating them 27-2.0. The Bombers made known in the second game by rolling over Clinton 46-6 that they were very much in contention for the conference crown which theyhad won the year before. In the third game the Bombers ran into the Huntsville Eagles and after ahard fought game won 18-13. The confident team rode through the next four games defeating Trumann Z6-73 Piggott, 36-Og Corning, 38-63 and for the third conference win of the season, Berryville, 32-6. The Tigers of Bentonville and the Bombers of Mountain Home met the next week to decide the championship. After a scoreless first half, Bentonville scoredtwo quick touchdowns as the Bombers lost the crown 12-O. In the next game the Bombers picked up 408 yards as they swamped the Wildcats of Harding Academy Z6-O. The next weekthe team rolledover Charleston 33 -13. The annual Thanksgiving game was a let down to the many fans who thought that this was the year to beat Harrison. Mountain Home bowed 40-18 60 COACH DON DEMPSEY Football Baseball 'C' l Mxlton Dahlke Sr End, Hon mentxon All D1str1ct J'unrnyPeters Sr Guard All D1str1ct Red Sharp S Center All D1str1ct 4.- John Heenan Sr Jerry Curry, Sr End All D1str1ct Tackle Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov 1956 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Slloam Sprmgs Home Chnton Huntsv11le Trurnann P1gg0tt Berryvllle Corn1ng Hardlng Charleston Harnson Record 9 7 Pts 123 3 The Bombers were Conference fxrst place champlons 1n 1955 second place standmg 1n 1956 Sonny Ekdahl S Tackle All D1StT1Ct All State Cf .1-f 5.4 Gary Keeter S Guard All D1str1ct Tornrny Studdard Sr Back All D1str1ct Hon me'1t1on All Stat YZ' Tommy Fowler Jr Bussy Snow, Sr Ed Bradley Sr Bmlly Pre1s Soph Jerry Baker Sr Back Hon mentzon Guard Tackle Back Back Hon menuon All D1str1ct All D1str1ct 61 6 ' , . , . . , r. E? Q . 7 ' ' 20 27 . 14 ' 6 " 46 . 21 ' 13 " 18 tt Q . 28 7 H 26 1 . 5 , . 12 ' 0 " 36 I ,' ,' . 19 ' 6 " 32 -'. '. ' ' . 26 ' 6 H 38 ' Nov. 2 Bentonville ' 12 " 0 . 9 ' 0 " 26 . 16 13 H 33 . 23 ' 40 g 18 -.. . OO , r. ' , . guage fda! COUNTY CHAMPS lr-U" Basketball Bombers in Action TOIHTRY Studdard Sl' Ted Rggerg Cgach All County A11 District The Mountain Home Bombers for the first time in recent years proved their mettle in taking the County Championship and beating some of the top teams in the District Three MountainHome Bombers placed on the All-County team and one that didn't led the team in points scored, In the District tournament the team beat Eureka Springs to gain the Semi-Finals only to be beaten by Marshall. The Bomber of '57with one of the smallest squads in the school's history compiled the best record in recent years. Johnl-ieenan Sr. andWilliamGreen Soph. led the team in scoring. Fowler Jr. also was in the top scorers. Dahlke and Studdard were the play-makers of the team and worked the offensives to perfection. Capable reserves were characteri- zedby DwainHawkins Red Sharp and the other men on the team. The expectations are high for next year 64 505840 CAQIWLIQ5 I 95 6 Left to r1ght the Twm Lakes League Champs BACK ROW D Dahlen outf1e1d .hm Peters outfxeld Gary Keeter outf1eld Dwa1n Hawkms outf1e1d Don Dempsey coach SECOND ROW Sonny Ekdahl p1tcher Dean R1cke pxtcher Terry Poynter p1tcher Tommy Studdard all state catcher TerryCurry Sharp shortstop M1ltonDahlke thu-d base J1mDevl1n ut111ty1nf1e1der Jerry Curry scorekeeper Tw1n Lakes League Trophy 65 catcherg Gene Jones, catcherg FRONT ROW: Jerry Baker, first baseg Red A X , 42 ,f ,xx L ' an -Q vf 1' Q l,L1fLL0r ,!gfALfLC:5 FOOTBALL Left to rlght back row James Ham11ton Freddy Blackburn Paul Doak Ben Byrd Ed Gloer Buzzy Dew Derr11W1llard D A Danlke Pl'l1111P Bradley Roger Wheat Second Row DonSh1p1ey KenMart1n J1mAlexander Lans1ngHeW1tt Jlm Curry Cecxl Thomas Steve Barco Jun1or T1lly Dale Hensley Larry f'u1ck D1ck Dlckerson Larry Wood Iven Denny Robert Nelson George Eckley Ray Bell Fourth Row Leon Pendergrass Sonny Sharp Dlck Ahrens J1rn Johnson James Hood J1m Baxly Terry Bradley Leon Smlth Bruce Crawford Loyd Eckley and T H Conley BASKETBALL George Eckley Roy Rogers John Erwm Robert Nelson Euguxe McVey Brxan Douglas Ray Bell Delmar Horst D A Dahlke J1m Johnson Henry Dean, and Coach Ted Rogers seated m front 66 L Tom Sharp, Jim Crawford, Delmar Horst, Henry Dean, James Hawksley. Third Row: l'LfI'6LI'VLlfl,I"6'L 5 PING PONG SHUFFLE BOARD HORSE SHOES In add1t1on to the major sports 1n MouI1ta.1nHome chool program oflntramural act1v1t1es IS lncludedln the Physlcal Educa t1on department All students are requmred to enroll 1nP E unless excused for spec1a.l reasons These act1v1t1es not only can be used for fun and recreatlon but they can also benef1t the person that 15 talung part 1n some of the major sports by keep1ng hlrfl 1n shape FLICKER-BALL SOFT BALL TOU CH-FOOTBALL 67 913, ff!! Shownfromleft to right are the Senior High Edwards, Lorraine Miller, Rita Rusgis, Cheerleaders: Shera Edwards, Connie Betty Nystrom, co-captain, and Carol Carr, captain. 1- .X V 4: 'ik '1 " . Pictured from left are the Junior High Cheerleaders: Carolyn Barnes, Marta Henley, Carolyn Wood, Sandra Dahlke, Mary Sue Mooney, and Sharon Barnes. 68 .xgcfuerlfiding MOUNTAIN MARINE V URIVE IN I'0R tb aM: QYACUMPLE MP LJ 127 M Ph 495 F I ABATEX DR CHEVROLET COMPANY summons f 1957 CH EVRO LET AF h A ESS MFG CO Vu-r COO PER DRUG COMPANY 70 1 !.A2l'lUll !'H'!'A'l1 D1arnonds Watches Silverware Watch Repalrlng CARDINAL COURT Phone 250 Ken Morris Shoe Store "For Better Shoes' Wc Speclllze for School Students FLOWERS or Every Occas1on Dalsy Shop Mtn Home Ark 5562? Dr J Y Phlnney Optometr1st Mtn Home Ark Comphments of CURLEE LAND CO E Curlee FredD Blackburn .fi 1 fi 4t, i WADE LAHAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY I Phone 42.5 Mtn. Home Mtn Home A1-kansas 1 f . , . M. . . I - as ff ., B. ,:,:,L, T A -A 9311. C A S-, C , b 4 Tint. Q XY L 4 1 X A 5 , A, 'vet' A 4 3 4- 1 rr-29,39 V X , '1 I' " - 3 L, '33-1 Q. 4 n -I 4 ,,.:b. fl 'M z-4. v 1 S' 'M - s ' TITMMMELLS Quahty Lad1e s ' Wear Mtn Home Arkansas THE PRUDENTIAL INS CO PerryA Proff1tt Agent West Pla1ns Mo Ph 847 Cornphrnents of Thompson Insurance Agency Mtn Home Ark ANDY MORRIS SHOE STORE For Better Shoes HARDCASTLE S DRY GOODS Mtn Home Arkans a s MOUNTAIN HOME HARDWARE 81 APPLIANCE 1,1955 'l'll.lVIll Zen1th TV Sz Norge Apphances McCullough Cham Saws Phone 214 Mtn Home L A DEW COMPANY General Insurance Real Estate MIETCHEN S Wallpaper and Pa1nts Mtn Home Ark WISEMAN S STORE For Your Dry Goods Mtn Home Ark KENS MEN STORE North S1de of Square Mtn Home Ark cf Cornphments D G CARROLL I-11 Marvm Byrd Buick Co AUTNORIIFD SALES SERVICE Horne Ark 1 S 1 I E 0 THE -I I gettefz Wdfflldd ' ' AT N I of 72 lln Ptoplc s llank Mountaln Home Arkansas Member Feoe ral Deposlt Insurance Corporatlon Depos1ts Insured up to S10 000 INDI NMWQ. -QX if ff I Q an fart odbv WALKER FEED STORE Phone 181 Mtn Home Lake Norfork Glff Shop Verna and Pete Hesler Henderson Arkansas Cornphrnents of Llberfy Courts and Cafe Henderson Arkansas Comphments of SAIL INN Henderson Arkansas DAISY CREME M1dway Arkansas Erma Lernberger Johnson Super Market "Baxter County's Largest" Mounta1n Home Arkans as V W 9 . l I l ' 0 , 1 P, A 7 I 1 . Y X - fl' Y ax I .Xs- M u .ur p S.: P - - - + - - 1 K I h I 1 73 Compliments of BAXTER COUNTY ABSTRACT fasfeewfreei J. E. L. Cooper Nellie Cooper from Coast to Coast and Ro d th Wold Angler s Cafe MOunta1n HOITIC Mounta1n Home Arkansas Arkansas C l t Compllrnents Omp lmen S Dr B H Lofton DR DAVID REESE DENTAL CLINIC Compl1ments of JON ES MARKET 810 Baker Street Ph 435 Mounta1n Home Ark Mtn Home Hwy Snw no -xt 510 BEN FRANKLIN 510 C OWN T KNOW 74 , ' un e r ' of of . , . C , 4 hh In in uf ,A 5 9' '11 1"-Ii" 'C A C ' I... , L- Q' ew . W-xr . - 'ry Qf'-' ,- Mu l 0 A I. I. Y E D 1 N A I O N A l I. Y N Sh1p by Voss Avold LOSS VOSS TRUCK LINES EV? Termmals at fo11ow1ng Pomts Oklahoma C1ty Tulsa Okla Ch1cago Ill Kansas C1ty Jophn Sprlngfleld Mo Memph1s Tenn Batesv1lle Newport Harr1son and Mountam Home Arkansas Mountaln Home Arkansas General Agent Ray Ireland Phone 57 D1ffe rent Colle ct1ons 'I' 'r"""" In map' POP JOYCES PENROD S MUSEUM 3- CEDAR Lakevxew Arkansas GRILL MOTEL LANNING S RESORT Howard Creek Road Phone Lakevlew 3 4370 Young s Resort LUCKY CHANCE H d c k d fgbggi owar ree Rea 1152? Cranf1eld Landmg 2. Twln Lakes Motor Your Fr1end.ly MOunta1H Home Lake Norfork Ford and Mercury Dealer Arkansas Phone 371 JI 75 I. l Q ' ' Q-ms.:-1 C . J -S 1 -: 9 1 , . ' , --- . 2 l Al I l 1 w I I 'H' 'Illini ll ll I V " -.r 1 ... ' , 'S "- I 1 ln 1 L: - Q I 1,4 af ' 1 2- 1 I , . o 1 Q. .'- . . 5-.2 ,, 1' . Q " on Compliments of ELM COURT Mtn Home Ark ARNOLD S PHILLIPS rphllllps senvrce STATION 104 Mam HOCOTTS FOR YOUR OFFICE Assoc1ate Store Phone 8 Mtn Home Ark SMITH S CLEANERS " our Clothes Best Fr1en " Mountam Home Arkansas HOWARD CREEK RESORT Phone3 4371 Lakev1ew Ark 1 K SUPER FOOD MARKE T sfonefipi 1 Y CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SE NIORS You are needed and wanted 1n your county and you need your county Let your future plans be here 1n Baxter County Twln Lakes Marine Service NE 62 Phone 460 Mountam Horne Arkansas STUDENTS AND TEACHERS for PERFECT For a wonderful school year and may your futures be as r1ch as the GOLDEN ACRE Bean and Gregg Real Estate Co 'K BOWMANS Phone 15 X nj? 'For Those Who Love N1ce Thmgs' l , .W . , . I H - 'Z H Q I Y Y ' d . . .I I . , I m 1 . :gif ' A I A . ff" 3 . . . f' T X A 1 g ix UN- 1 H--f-U , xx- , Xxx I . 5-xxggrl, Q I " 9 N - - ' U 4, I ,X f" I . XX , . . 76 C0mP11memS of RALPH S AUTO PARTS KTLO 801 So Maln St Phone 10 1490 KC Iviountam Home Arkansas Wm Lakes of the Ozarks' Awww ,gffvlf FOR MOVIE ENJOVMENT AT ITS BEST f5 BAXTER Wlde V1s1on Screen Cmernascope Amr Cond1t1oned by Refr1gerat1on Phone 225 Mountam Home Ark Cornpllments f PHILS SPORT SHOP Likewew Arkansas Cornphrnents flu er J in f 01 Lakev1ew Arkansas Compllments of Johnsons Lakeside Grocery Likewlew Arkansas Jorayne Cornphrnents of FLAT TOP Hackler Owner Mtn Home ALLEY ABSTRACT CO Courthouse Phone ze Mountam Home Arkansas 77 Cornphrnents Dr B D Fletcher and Dr C W Cotton Dental C11n1c HT - ' L Q3 H x, 1 I E ' A . . . --- . T E . - .. . . R ' ' ' Hx V X' ' o ' of f C 'kl,r Q1A5Z, - of Compliments of NELSON'S TRIANGLE Midway, Arkansas li Compliments of Q .lddefatq Zed! Pottery Novelt1es M1dway Arkansas Compliments of BAXTER COUNTY GAS COMPANY Mtn Home Ph 167 Compllments of THE CEDAR GRILL Mountam Home Arkansas T 4' I... E. KEETER LUMBER Corrmphments f Schutt Construction COMPANY INC H E KEETER LUMBER CO MountaIn Home Ice and Locker Plant Barnes Elecmcal Serwce Complete Meat Processmg A Complete Sefvlce Locker Rentals ce phone 1Q8 Telev1s1on Sz Rad1o Electmcal Complete Refr1gerat1on 8: An' Cond Highway 62 E Motnrula M t H Dun am Ome Mtn Home Ark Standard Supply Company Q, are Complete Lme of I lfw , See 1 1223 Pluxnbmg and Electmcal Supphes "Ji DRYER s SHOE STORE lllgr 0 AND Comphments of MTN HOME MERCANTILE TlM7WlllHfA5fEVfky0NE Ben Dearmore Estelle M1ck1ey X...7' G Plowrnan fix Comphments of Comphments of 2230 H'CK5 LAP-R0 CITIES SERVICE FEED STORE STATION TWIN LAKES SUPPLY Your Local Wholesale Supply Dealer Phone 81 Gene Baker Mountam Home Arkansas Mtn Home Ark Hargrave 8: Shearer Vmaww MTN HOME TExAco ouR SPECIALTY BAKER CITY UNIVERSAL DRUG CO, RADIO 81 TV REPAIR Howard Baker, R Ph- Mountam Home, Arkansas 79 - ----- 1 . , . -1 - M l ' w.. ' III ' - ,-fe-I ' --:-:I 2- figs M' QF jlff.-' ian ' ' ' I A ' gy," 5 f . 1, '--' ,, E Ill , , . 'Q 7 ., -1424 sin IF' Ig , . 1- - ll-A Yi , , - - - I - I ff A XX . gl 3 . 3 . u , . Compliments of Chuck's Trading Post COURT At East Ferry Landlng hwy 62 Hwy 62. and 5 504 Mam Henderson Arkansas Mtn Home JOHNS fix' Q- ' Avg' H Th Old Re11ab1e" s1nce 1937 Johnsons Cleaners y I Home Materials gb and Supply Co Q G Bu11d1ng Mate r1als Hardware 1 9 QQ f and Apphance 'He 041 ma! XL Across From the Post Off1ce Mm Home lr SERQ Ark 80 ', 'Q . ' Q-:N l ' - A 3 " 3' X, zl.: 5 A X A I , rv-I a 5 5 Q fm 5 Q My , Q -v -Y E QM n 'w . 5 r, I - - Q u,- -U . mv! i A I v 2 5 -1,15-:L gl 'T g. 4 kv if in , r. V Q 1- 'B 2 " 4 X jx 'MS Isl' - -A , , fr, . .. Y - Xs':v if ' " N fl 9, , ' 5 , A A1 y . W kk if li...,:3' Fx.. . . X , - - av pf f Q ' ' n f a X ' ' ' f 'ff FH- ' , ' '." vi.. ' ""-'L' 4 ' . , -.. A '-ar, ,.:f2b-.V , s ' , Q' . e . . , 1 n 7 N fr r f xx 'XX , 'jf 'I' . X- 1 txx , ' If If 52. 7 YU' ' Compliments of Compliments of DAWSON S SALTZMAN CLINIC STAR FOOD MARKET and Mtn Home Phone 491 HOSPITAL McCabe Tractor 81 Implement Company FORD EARMINO HEADQUARTERS J A C T 0 R mam EOUIPMEMI EIGHTH a. HICKORY smssrs TELEPHONE 55 MOUNTAIN HOME ARKANSAS POK A DOT HAM SHOP Cornphrnents Of LAKESHORE COURTS H me Cooked Foods Pal and Gust1e Purgason Owners Lakevlew Arkansag Cornphrnents of Old Button MOSa1CS HWY 178 M1dWaY La.k6V1eW Arkansas NORTH ARKANSAS MILLING COMPANY '7 MASTER Save Tlme Call By Nurnbe r Phone Church Mounfaln Home Telephone Co Inc 3 4 Street 81 7 S 'X O -' I:'jf1lf'!'1'f'fF JSF ' in-F- Hickory Smoked Ham and Bacon O ., . 6 - I v 9 1 ,, , W v1 0 I QX TW SEIXIORS IN LAKES DAIRY ounta1n Home Arkansa S Phone 234 E 7 Conoco CONOCO SERVICE Comphrnents of STATION ON 178 Lakev1ew Ark Comphments of HOUSHE s PHILLIPS Q29 Lake v1e w LONG S RESORT Lakevle w Arkansas Mgponr NAME ffm, f 1 fffyf Comphrnents f Heffons Food Ma k r ef Open Sundays 8: Evennmgs Bull Shoals Arkansas POWELL S FURNITURE STORE Furmture and Appliances Easy Payments Phone 15 1 Mountam Home Arkansas 5vwv2'7'i. ' if l , W IIIIIIIIIIIS gg? I ' I H66 n ' . , O I I ' 1 T If 'fx I ffm ff I , , X f f f X f If f . .. 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'Er I I N - W ' r 3 I - COURTESY OF NORTH ARK SALE "Owned a AL S OUTBOARD Parts 81 Serv1ce on all makes Mtn Home Phone 216W nd Operated by the ANSAS ELECTRIC COOP INC M AND MOUNTAIN HOME Members It Serves' Congratulatxons Students and Tea che rs MO ARK DEVELOPMENT CO Mtn Home Phone 480 Mx ff.- '57 RTER GREGORY MOTORS TN HOME 51 AIDWAY ARK F1 ONE 41 E TRADE FOR YTHINF' OF VALUE Q CAE F I CK GREGORY 438W QGJLIU BA MARY AND DOC HARRIS INDIAN VILLAGE RESORT Howard Creek Bull Shoals Lake Hwy 178 Ph Lakev1ew 3 4372 Comphments of KER MOTOR COMPANY Mounta1n Home Arkansas 84 ' 1 I I M I - - M M 4 'r I 4 4' ,Aff 1 Ai. ,g-L Z!ua4ed7Zfd'ee New f 1 M . I . . H 4JI AN 3 "C 'J n WAv Twntnc Y W 2 , -. - .I.. . I 1 9 Compliments of THE Lucky 13 Resort Overlookmg Beauufm LAKE NORFORK Hender son Area EDGEWATER COURT RESORT Completely Modern U S 62 East Shore Of Beaut1ful Lake Norfork Ph 4 5172 Hende rs on Arkansas X Q' xX X 'limm-qi X ss SE 'VLA' U l' -an ' wvsmmm g' nlp-ur-,,,,,m,-up BOBS ESSO SERVICECENTER All New Modern Cottage All' Cond1t1oned F1reproof 8K Boats and Motors GRACELAND COURT SERVICE STATION Henderson Arkansas 08W 62 Ph Henderson-4 5165 Mtn Home Ph 199 X'-in 1 rf V, N' - if 5 1 , f"-.- ' X 4' ff" , X X' 'U ip 'I ' -N -N Wg, ff, A X, , Nik! b 'IMQ4 , f of I1 , C T il f-' . gf n . A , ,- '- Q ' ,les t X ' ,N A lk' ,. 5 , ,T . it ' T ' E R r A C ,,,..,, X,--fL- -"- - ff - " W 6 . A V - . I-rw . T , -M ,W Hl aa: " ' " W P P' V 2 ' . ' : 5 T 1 U "- . APT 'L - - nw . ' . 'Q' T A I S, ' 1 l 1 . E 5 Q n L ? 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Home Ark, Comphrnents of COMBS RED ARROW RESORT Howard Creek Area Complunents of Joes Wholesale Meats Harrlson Arkansas Cornphrnents Cranfield Motel and Cafe Cranf1eld Road Mtn. Home 371 J4 87 of Otis Hargraves---Ward 2 Ralph Howard of I . , ' Buy 21 magazine, lady? gg. - aux a- '51 j Tabbing Votes Concentratingu- Hurry--Time for Assembly- Visiting C e Boosters , N-.fvf Future Hornenxakers! "SWEET AND LOVELY" Bathing BCGLWY 0WLCZlfLf:5 fo Qlflflfelflflf el' .1- hoir From Kansas I, ,X--eg. Or Treat For UNICEF X LIVING 'BALANCE TEST" MBER BETTY, In the utie i i 1' -A eoloi arm! ewzflzgd ig, .., 2 .fa 2' EL TILCA uhot by Dlckle ornents to Remexnberi wil f- .'f,,h D, Beautlful baby- - - A QI 41 ,J fi f wr: . A V 2'1Z'm42 , .gg 4 V . ,5 2 PI: ,gl 1 WI,-.L O .feng-, Www ,N wh, 1-f :ai u Six 551 r LA 4 a, Queen of the Jingle 5 A Old Glory! F ., '9 Daddyfs Little M ' ng, n -mn.. M W: M ,W 'Na "' ' ..a...' " KY 311 1 Mofmtam Gal I'm not Elvis I F Jessie and Pal ew lil N '-1 -V ap. Lets Go FBI. 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