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

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I. s xl 1 Walt Disney P DATE DUE 1 1 I 5 e1 1 f 1 .i 1 as i V l ! E 1 4 I -o w Q u I GAVLOID 1-m ALMA MATER Hail to thee, our alma mater, 'Neath an Ozark sky! Sing we now, thy sons and daughters, To old Mountain Home High. As you stand in hills of splendor Near the lakes' blue tide, Hail to thee, our alma mater Great and dignified! 3 Holding high what thou has taught us, Thee we'd not decryg There's a pride whichlthou hast wrought us, Dear old Mountain Home High. So we love our alma mater, Decked with gold and blueg We will always carry honor, And a love for you. All the peace of your surroundings Adds to our hearts' thrillsg We are glad that you are nestled In the Ozark hills. As we leave these halls of learning May our thoughts apply To the place for which we're yearning Dear old Mountain Home High. THE Volume xiii Mountain Home High School Mountain Home, Arkansas Member of North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges FQRWQRD In this book we will try to relive the most pleasant memories of the l957 58 school year for you As you thumb through these pages youwill notice cartoons of Walt Disney s Pluto? To avoid discussion we wish to comment that the use of this character does not reflect upon any theme but was used to break up the monotony of the otherwise "serious" pages and to offer our little minds some challenge as to where and how to use them The staff would like to thank all those who have made this 13th edition of the Bomber possible They are Photographers W A Wingard Charles F Butcher Inter state Studios and the Baxter Bulletin our advertisers and sub scribers Superintendent Bentley F Stracener and Principal Dean Hudson Faculty studentbody and friends and Mr WaltD1sney of Walt Disney Productions for the use of his character Pluto It is our hope that when you glance at this book now or in the future years lt will bring back memories of some sad or humorous incident that happened during your stay at MHHS and perhaps brighten your day a little If it does that we feel that lt will have served its purpose Pat Johnson and Editors . , . . . . Cora Messick, "The Walt Disney cartoon creations adapted for use in this book are copyrighted by Walt Disney Pro ductions and published here by special permission. l 9 OMBER DEDICATIG We of the 1958 Annual Staff wish to dedicate this year book to a person who in the words of a leading educator of this state, "Is one of the most outstanding young men of his profession in the state- of Arkansas." A person to whom students and faculty members alike can go with their problems with complete assurance that full consideration will be given. A person whose inspirational leadership during his six years as an administrator of our school system has brought state and national recognition to Mountain Home High School --our Superintendent, Mr. Bentley Stracener. ir l SUPERI TE DE T'S MESSAGE In this modern age of rockets, guided missiles, satellites, and high taxes we find the youth of our country concentrating on blue jeans, hot rods, and rock and roll music. Many would criticize the youth of today for this seemingly unconcern about the seriousness of our time. To me this lack of serious thought is in keeping with the times, for the emotion of this country is one of excitement. It is natural for the youth to be geared to a faster rate then the youth in past generations. The thing that disturbs me is the hesitancy of our present adults to have faith and give responsibility to the youth of our country. Our present society must recognize that young people want to be included in the making of tomorrow's plans. They have valuable con tributions, and after all they are the ones who will be in control of the future regardless of who plans it. K G BUILDINGS 'I ,L ,X Qcj Walt Disney Productions BAND HALL MAIN BUILDING AGRICULTURE HOME ECONOMICS PRINCIPALS MESSAGE On the pages of this annual you will find many pictures which interest you. We hope that in the years to come you will look back on this as the happiest year of your life. "'ee ' Vi H 'ff iii' '. We hope that the activities of the year have given you a greater attachment to your school and that no matter where else you go or what you may do you will always remain loyal to F Mountain Home High School. We of the faculty will continually strive for improvement in our school and we will try to make each year at M.H.H.S. a better year. .XX Xfrwjlj ,ll 1 X Xp DEAN HUDSON Age, j B.S. Ark. Tech X x . I pf X M.A. George Miz? ' " X Peabody College A for Teachers W SCHOOL BOARD S-pr-"' Left to Right, MR. STRACENER FREDDIE BYRD JOE MACE RALPH JOHNSON SAM POWELL, President EARLE JOHNSON JEWELL COOPER NEIL NELSON, Secretary N SCHOOL SERVICE EMPLOYEES Fl' 3 Q-N7 -r-ri' 'is- Mrs Roane the super1ntendent's MI' Thll1'St0l'1 Perry Off1C6 secretary 15 shown above STIOWD 6.bOV6 15 SUP She works 1n the front off1ce ervlsor and custod1an R P1ctured above are the lunchroom cooks They have a tremendous Job prepanng the noon meal They are Reba McCracken Mac1eP1tchford AnnaGerstenberger Jaunlta Blev1ns MendyCowart andMarg1e Thacker of the Hlgh School Bu11d1ng 2 f I c Walt D1 sney P1-oduct1ons" P1ctured below IS a small number of our bus dr1vers They are Franc1s Powell Lex1e McCracken Earnest Perry D D Hartnck andR J Cowart E GLISH English is one of the most important phases of education. English I and II offer a wider insight into the workingprincipals ofthe language. Literature, as well as correct sentence structure and word usuage, is stressed. Spelling and grammar study have been emphasized in English III and IV. The second semester is a study of American and English writers and their techniques. Shown above is Gene Jones diagramrning a sentence in English IV. Shown below is a group of students enjoying the peace and quiet of the library. JEWELL NELSON English 8: French CLIFFORD MASON English B.A. , Memphis State f,,. - f F :U fi ii. . Q " 7 . 1 Je ' I y L, -,5 x g f , nifty - a B.S.E. , Ark. State Teachers In its new location in the junior high study hall, the library offers a more cheerful atmosphere. It contains re- ference books, fiction and non-fiction magazines and newspapers totaling over 1400. NORMA WOOD Librarian B.S. E. , Ark. A.8z M. MATHEMATICS ROSALIA HARTRICK H. E. REED Mathematics Mathematics B S University of Illinois A. B. , Southwestern Learning to solve awide variety of pro- blems with ease, speed, and accuracyis the goal of Alg. I and Commercial Arithmetic. An earnest study of Geometry will be a benefit to some students on their road to courses in engineering or other skills using higher mathematics. To all students it is very fine training in individual logical rea- soning. --N 'Nr' in-A -, DON DEMPSEY GAIL LONG World History Civics B.S. , Arkansas Tech B.S.H.E. M. Ed. , Univ. of Arkansas Kansas State Social Science is one of the mostim training, appreciation of one's country familiarity with history and world happen place in the world. American Government, taught by Mrs f . 1 World History, taught by Coach Don Demp sey. 'X 1 SOCIAL SCIENCE portant phases of high school training. It is concerned with attitudes, citizenship ings, and a broader conception of one's Social Science subjects are: American History, Psychology, Arkansas History and Shirasg Civics taught by Mrs. Longg and '!"' f V!! .vfff WW me X xx Q9 XX 1 B 1 X X Xl x Turkey Day Action Inside Hcrrison's Five w I lr 10 W +' -iv. W i- lsuv- " has " ' I '-f 1 ' we 1 ,f T or J 1.1 wg-. Y ' ' . wif' , A W: ..-is-2' , , .. V.' , ' , ig, , Yu- 'iff'-f. " ' gilt-,.:"Ej'i ..,f I t ,--1, -.zwwjx A-fn...,., . . , . ,vw 'xly'lm,llrr1sDl.3y m mm 1-1-rmwx !hu'B-rmhrr fumble an rnmwne four ,mx nn.. On nw Mn plny U wma fur Mmmuin Hum. Final sem. Bombers 19. Harmon 13. 41-'or druiln nel SHIRAS ournalism souri Teachers Scarrit College Graduate Study Uni- versity of California 'Teacher of the Year' THE BOMBER NEWS 5 sn, - 14.325 an lk? ,Fi ,1 4 ,-A Z . -' Mun' - i f Published every six weeks by the Journalism Class of the Mountain Home High School. V This paper is published ly the students in the interest of Chellountain Home sc!-.cool system in an attempt to reflect the gpirit and activities of the schools, to encourage 'and stimulate worthwhile px-ojwu' and to pmnwza wldnrmnaing becween Bm ocliook and the general public. All suggestions and contribu- Gcns, in the paper we appreciated, ,.,...,..t.......i.-.l...,.......,..,..,..,,.,, f Bomber News Staff Editor and AHSPA President. ......,,.......,...,......,, 'ren-y Poynter C9-Editor, Columnist and News Bureau .... ,,,,... S aundra Carter Business Manager ..,,....,...,..... . ..v..,,... . ,..,,,,. .,..,,...,...,.,.. B etty Nyitrom Exchange Editors .,,.l...............f,.. Christine Stovall, Bonnie Tanere News and Radio Editor .,,.... . .,,,.,.,......,... .,,.,, .,.,,,..,.,..,...... B o b Wisc- Feature Editors . ....,............,.. ,....,.,...... P at Johnson, John Hsrtrick Photographer and Art Editor ....,,. ......k,.,....,. . .. ..., Don Breytspraak Photographer and Reporter ..,. .,..... - ...,. ..... .... , ,...,. ..,... . , . . Gene Jones Sports Editors H ,.,.,,,,., ..,...,.,, . . . Tommy Fowler, Jimmy Devlin Departmental Editors ,..,, .... . . .,.,,.,, Eva Butterfield. Glen 'lirncic Bulletin Board Editors ,. ..,, Bonnie Tnncre, Tommy Fowler Typist: .,.,,., ..,..... . . ,,,,,... Pat Ohm, Linda Skiver. Robert Thomas Junior filgh Editors .,,.. ., ., ..,....,... Sandy Wolfram, Linda Burns Grade Selina! Editors . ............,.,,.,. ..,.,.,. , ..., l...,,....l. D e anna Choate ' Y Clifford Morris, Janice McCracken Clvbiwlwp .,,. Mnrguegjretz, Johnny Harris, Connia Edwards g L! H 'i lip'l""""L""L:1t:L:r:':t::.::'1-':1:'."....' M...rs.z.. Chosen Mountain Home s COMMERCIAL The objective in shorthand was to attain the highest possible standards of shorthand achievement--the ability to take dictation encountered in business situations, and the ability to read the dictation with sufficient accuracy. Forty students are enrolled in Shorthand I and II. Gregg Shorthand Certi- ficates were given each month ranging from 60 to 120 words per rninute. MARY ALICE ELAM Commercial B. A. , Colorado State College of Education 1,4 The building of a usable skill is the primary aim of the typing classes. Skill is not based completely on speed, but also on accuracy with a reasonable amount of speed. There are 62 first year typing stu- dents and 30 second year typing students enrolled this year. Gregg Certificates were awarded all through the year. AGRICULTURE MAURCE SHARP griculture B. S. , Oklahoma A 8: M E University of Arkansas There are 27 boys entered in Agri. I this year. Much of their time is spent in introductory courses, such as the introduction into FFA and to field crops . About llZ of the boys' time is spent in th k h . ' 1 e wor S Op Student Advisor, and Mr. Sharp, Sponsor. Pictured above are the FFA officers. They are Derril Willard, Presidentg D.A. Dahlke, Vice-President, Robert Scott, Secretaryg James Haniilton, Reporter, Bobby Craw- ford, Treasurer, Harold Thorne, Sentinel, Raymond Beck Twenty-four boys are enrolled in Agri. Il. Their studyis largelya more detailed study of work begun in the Agri. I classes. About l3fth'ti ' t'thh. . J 0 en- me ls spen ln e S op There are 23 boys entered in the Agri. III classes. They study about the various phases of Farm Management. They spend about 112 their time in the work shop. In the picture below the boys in Agri. I are studying the different breeds of swine, Mr. Sharp, their instructor, is also shown in the picture. I ' 'Exif 4. g jf Vx W J BLISARD Veterans on farm-Instructor B S E Springfield, Mo. HOME ECONOMICS The Home Economics I classes are learning to plan, prepare, and serve family meals and are learning to make their own clothes . The Home Economics Il classes took the Red Cross Home Nursing Course. The Home Economics III class made Slipcovers for furni- ture for the Student Lounge. 1 Shown at right is a Home Ec. I class sewing with their teacher, Mrs. Har- bison, assisting them. ESTHER HARBISON Home Economics B. S. H. E. , Colorado State University This year FHA projects were: Giving fruit and presents to the old folks home, making FHA jackets, and working on their degrees. The officers are: Presi- dent, Janice McCracken, lst Vice President, Deanna Choateg Znd Vice President, Lorraine Miller, 3rd Vice President, Liz Studdardg Secretary, Esta Norman, Treasurer, Virginia Choateg Reporter, Alice Provenceg Song Leader, Bernice Summersg and Historian, Lynn Hackler. BAND Under the direction of Philip Meerscheidt, the Mountain Home High School Band per- formed between halves at five football games, marched in four parades, gave three concerts, played for the Community Christmas Concert, and played for all pep as semblies . The small number due to a whole new into operation this symphonet band in in the band this year is music system being put year. It consists of a the sixth grade, a be- girmer band, and a junior high band. Quality is stressed rather than quantity. Pictured below is the Mountain Home High School Band, composed of thirty-four members. It has played for many civic affairs. 't'A .A i, W . . it 'RTP5 , Sgr, PHILIP MEERSCHEIDT Band and Music B. of M. , University of Texas N , , , x Y- ,- 'hs "17!4 : ""-P L I tl I 5 Q 'I . gg! l ui K ,M sg HAL z - 4. 0 i .1 , Q' 5 S Q X. i in ix ,X 'XQ' :ix - I, ,J HH'is2 iI Q , X mm. O3 W 'A l'-'T5.u. Srl. Za 2 -'- , 'y qs 'V V 4. .2 A A , ' , v4 ' S ' 3 ' ' V - 1' ' f .3 1? ' ' , .4 -.H - - -al + W' K W , . V . . . ' f --s.w-vw- . -4-ww. .- . ' 5 'Q J 'R Y 4 vfixf' ' ""vf3 - ' - V . V Tp. : ' 92 "" " Q,-V . ' -. - K .: ,. , .....fr" av . . " S " ff ' If "W '-"1-. F mi n : .. -,- 0 X' ' . , . . V U , -, we 4 -5, f ' A14 ny 'f 'f' 'I' "X , ,V .,, 4 I 5 1 X YN 3. . x ', , ,, 1 Q, ,, I ,Lf 1 Q ff ay-A 1 , . , , , is-1 XMI? '19 , 0 1 Tx 05" Ng Xna. 'sz 5. ,4- 'Y' K -21-1 r np A S avg ' "ff 1,54 :gp "W iraqi. ri S 712' L : ., "Alma f 1- .' 'I 'fy--.'fF 1' -Q. ' - ,g Q.,--. . .,,,, .- .-5,-Irfgf f- 4 4 ' -- - 'vii' ,, mf .. -f -'us' in-.. jv."f' ff' tg . 1Y'9'2"4w "4 - . v. u--- A, . 1-gp f A, x, I ff. ., JR 1 . ., Y . Kan "vi-' 5: ,df - U , .. Y - 5, f Arn -Lv-vp-A 1 9 ?6 +1 annq 'W ,ii 'V I I I A- fs? iw s u f -o A 'A f' 5 ' A - I "" -.. b 1' ,lr xi' -' 4, M? i 2 a . ' if '? 'I V' Q 5 Tk Q. I Y - Pictured above are members of the Physics class conducting an experiment on light GAIL LONG emistry and Science B S H E Kansas State TED ROGERS Biology Physics B.S.E. , Ark. Tech Ripon, Wis. ri , ,-vb 5955 ,g-'P Le 2 CLINTON ALEXANDER B. A. Ripon College SCIENCE With the launching of Sputmcks and Explorers in this age of ICBM and rockets continued emphasis is being placed on the high school science depart ments Our school is one of the few high schools in the state Wh1Ch teach both chemistry and physics Our science department consists of chemistry taughtbyMrs Gail Long physics taught byCl1nton Alexander biology taughtbyCoachTedRogers and general science taught by Mrs Gall Long In physics students have attained a better un derstandlng of the world in which we live The goals of the cherrustry class have been to study the composition of the substances and the changes that take place in them Biology students have learned about the working of their bodies and aboutplants and axumals and other organisms which make up our world General science is a course covering all phases of science is ff 'X Pictured above are members of the 1 . 5 W chemistry clas s . MARY JONES BSE Arkansas U Q T1-IELMA CARTER BS Agn College Kansas COMPOSER'S CLUB Dawn Trammell Vxce Pres Mrs Dearmore Sponsor Mary Mooney Pres and Sharon N11 son Sec J U IOR HIGH FACULTY 5' AN-has ,as 'mr 'K N-I' CHRISTINE CURR Y Arkansas T eachers DIDA ACHESON BA Concordla College QMIHD I 'SQ E56- 5...-Q g.,,5. 'Ng' J A! ELMER DAVIS BS West Texas College REBA DEARMORE BSE Arkansas U ACTIVIT I , 1 4 H CLUB Sonny Sharp Pres Mrs Carter Sponsor Sharon Barnes V1ce Pres Patsy Ivens Sec Tig Q H A306 fi Q L izzn I X TRAVEL CLUB Belva Worthen Sec Marta Henley Pres Mrs Acheson Sponsor Sally Spears Treas Grace Acheson Vlce Pres and Betty Carol Fa1r Reporter L .VN x ' . . I - N I , A . Q In - . , - s 5 ' . 1 'W-' Q ' , 9 ' , . , ' . , . 5 4 vl dwfx 1 . N N. f. vt , . C Wa , , I. 1 1 . Q ,V N 4-5 A un gi ' 1 TY.: 'v A b "' I f fi ' f-'P' 'fp " u - of. 1 , rr, S , - N. 1" L , QL - W: A V Ely.. - Ml I ' as ...fr-ef n tiff' ACP' Yu I ' I - ' 3 o 0 ' . Q - 1 Q 1 5 1 D . J - 5 I ' ' ' ' xy .few Us 35: - my W, 5 wzdllfi- tv fl S' B V I O .A ,W TG! V gtg, M L,,F., ,L . s . 4 VN L-. 35? D , 1 .. 334 V J,5.f,viT1'f ' l , "L -:fl . ' A K 5 P g l f . if- - 'g ll . 5 Mini' W I ll . ' ,. M I ,.,. ,, . :L I ' A 1 . ...nf IW ' 2 - 3 l 'Q ' I Q 1 - Z , ' -s . , I SLNIORS "c Walt D SE IORS 1- he ,P , I Senior class officers are, from left to right: DON DEMPSEY, Sponsorg TOMMY FOW- LER, Treasurerg DAVID JOHNSON, Vice Presidentg DON BREYTSPRAAK, President CONNIE EDWARDS, Secretaryg MRS. DOLPH ELAM, Sponsor. ACTIVITIES 11- li..- DON BREYTSPRAAK Student Council President 35 Vice President 45 Football Z, 3, 45 Honorable Mention All-State 45 All-District 45 Basketball 2,35 Junior Fireman 25 Record Club 25 Track l5 Lettermen's Club Z, 3,45 Band 2, 3,45 Lead- ership Award 35 Junior Play5 Operetta 2,45 Annual Staff 45 Bomber News Staff 45 Beta Club 3,4. GLEN BRNCIC Football 35 Bomber News Staff 4. HELEN MARIE BRUNSON FHA 15 History Club Z, 35 Dramatics Club 35 Library Club 35 FBLA 45 Rainbow l, Z, 3,45 Worthy Advisor 45 Veteran's Secretary 45 Career l. LINDA BURNS Band Z, 3, 49 FBLA 3, 45 Historian 45 Dramatics Club 1: Bomber News Staff 4. HV M, DON ALEXANDER FFA l,Z,3,4 MICHAEL BACHERL FFA l,Z,3,45 Band l RAYMOND BECK Baseball 1,2, 3,45 Football 152, 3,45Basketba1l1 FFA 1, Z, 3, 45 Officer 45 Lettermen's Club 3, 45 History Club 15 All-District 4. MARGAR ET BRET Z CASEBOLT Class Secretary l5 Band Z5 Majorette Z5 History Club 35 Student Health Council 35 Around the World Club 4 FBLA 4. ag A a DEANNA CHOATE FHA 1, Z, 3,43 Treasurer 33 Vice President 43 FBLA 3, 43 Secretary 43 Dramatics Club 3: Around the World Club 43 Girls'State3l-lomecoming Maid 3,43 Glee Club 23 Class Secretary l3 Bomber News Staff 43 Teacher Assistant 43 Music Club 2. BOBBY CRAWFORD FFA Z,3,43 Treasurer 3,43 Federation Reporter 33 History Club l. 9 EVA BUTTERFIELD Careers Club 13 History Club Z3 Dramatics Club 33 Around the World Club 43 High School Chorus Z, 3,43 Pep Club 1: Bomber News Staff 4. SAUNDRA CARTER FTA 43 Reporter 43 Annual Staff 3,43 Assistant Editor 33 Class Editor 43 Bomber News Staff 3,43 Co-Editor 43 Journalism Award 33 Quill and Scroll Award 33 Beta Club l, Z, 5, 43 Reporter 33 Band l,Z, 3, '1,StULlL'I1l Coun- cil Treasurer 33 Girls' State, Junior Play3 Careers Club 23 Secretary Z3 FHA l3 Pep Club l. -fy ,., W.. ,. et +4713 Q keivismfgg ' ' -,.,.,,,. . .. fix .fy FERN DEATHERAGE FHA 1,2,33 Reporter 33 Nurses Club l3Careers Club 13 Piano l, Z, 33 FBLA 43 History Club 43Glee Club 2. JIMMY DEVLIN Student Council 43 Football l,Z,3,43 All-District 43 Honorable Mention All-State 43 Basketball 1, 3, 43 Base- ball l,Z, 3, 4g Lettermen's Club l, Z, 3, 43 Junior Fire- men 1,23 Bomber News Staff 43 Theater Club 13 Dra- matics Club l. v It's in the Book! g CONNIE EDWARDS Pep Club 15 Y-Teens lg Play Cast 1, 35 Y-Teens Choir 15 FFA Sweetheart Z5 Maid to Miss Lakes 35 Maid to Miss Drumsticks 45 FHA 2, 3, -15 Treasurer 25 Reporter 35 FBLA 35 Cheerleader 3,45 Captain 45 Class Secre- tary Z, 45C1lcc Club Z5 Studentldealth Countil 35 Bomber News Staff 4. LAWRENCE ELLISON Football 15 FFA Z,3. 1' SHIRLEY GILLILAND History Club 1,25 Dramatics 15 Pep Club 1. JERRY GRAY!-IAM FFA 1, 2, 3,4. EDITH JANE FARRIS Music Club 15 Pep Club 1, Z, 45 Around the World Club 4. TOMMY FOWLER KTLO Backfield Award 45 Outstanding Back District l-A 45 Football 1, Z, 3, 45 Honorable Mention All-District 35 All-District 45 All -State 45 Basketball 1, Z, 3, 45 All- County 35 Baseball 45 Dramatics 15 Junior Fireman 1, 2, 35 Lettermen's Club 1. Z, 3, 4:Band1, 2, 3, 45 Band Leadership Award 35 Bomber News Staff 45 Class President 1,25 Class Treasurer 45Boys'State5 Junior Play. WAYNE GREENWOOD - Around the World Club 45 History Club l,2, 35 FBLA 3,45 Dramatics Club 15 Band l,Z, 3. JOHNNY HARRIS Football 45 Junior Fireman 35 FBLA 3. 45 Journalism 4. PAT JOHNSON PATSY HUETT Glee Club 15 Pep Club 15 Record Club Z5 Band 1,25 History Club Z, 35Around the WOrldC1ub 45 FBLA 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Office Assistant 4. DAVID JOHNSON Junior Fireman 1,25 Annual Staff 3,45 Band 1,25 55 FBLA 3,45 Vice President 45 Class Vice President 45 Football 35 Baseball Z5 Beta Club 15 Student Health Council 35 Boys' State. va ' in JOHN HARTRICK Band 1,25 Draniatics Club 15 Junior Fireman Z5 Beta Club 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Business Manager 45 Bomber News Staff 45 History Award 35 FFA 1. JO ANN HUETT Pep Club 1,45 History Club Z5 Around the World Club 45 Music Club 1, 1? Qu' Tv-'Y' 57.1. Which is Which? . vm Zi: 1 1 L42 if M-M-M Good! ' HARVEY JOHNSON Junior Fireman 1, Z5 Band 1, Z, 35 FBLA 3, 45 Baseball Z5 Beta Club 1. FTA 45 President 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Business Mana- ger 35 Co-Editor 45 Bomber News Staff 45 Feature Editor 45 Beta Club 1, Z, 3, 45 Band 1, Z, 45 Student Coun- ci145 Treasurer 45 Girls' Statc5 Junior P1ay5 Careers Club 15 Glee Club 25 FHA 25 Pep Club 15 Class Trea- surer 35 Who's Who 3,45 Cheerleader 45 Debate Team 45 Band-Aides 4. GENE JONES Football 3,45 All-District 45 Baseball 3,45 Letter- men's Club 3,45 Operetta 2,45 Band 1,25 3,45 Best Musician 35 Junior Play5 FBLA 3, 45 State Vice Presi- dent 45 Second Place Mr. Executive Contest 35 Junior Fireman 35 Bomber News Staff 45 Annual Staff 4. JOYCE KASINGER History Club 15 FHA 15 Dramatics Club l. svn' fs'- 'Q-1' 'Y' N...-f Irv Should I, or Shou1dn't I! ,i ,Z .Q ,, 'ali' JANICE MCCRACKEN FHA President 45 Second Vice President 35 Home- coming Maid 1, 45 Student Council Representative 1, Z, 45 Class Vice President Z, 35 Rainbow Worthy Assistant Advisor 45 Pep Club 15 FBLA 35 Bomber News Staff 4. CORA MESSICK FHA 152,35 Historian 25 FBLA 35 Annual Staff 3,45 Business Manager 35 Co-Editor 45 Basketball Z5 Class Secretary 35 Rainbow 15 Home Economics Award 2. ,g.X,.,- ,V , . Wga' ' wwf Q L . -I JR P ll r Q. .Q No Comment! A FFA 1,Z,3,45 Band History Club l,Z,3. .1 it-' pw' DAN KING l,2, 4. KARL KOCH is Mig.. . 1 5 CLIFFORD MORRIS History Club l,2,35 President 35 Vice President Z5 Around the World Club 45 President 45 Drarnatics Club 1: Travel Club l5Basketball 15 Cheerleader Z5 Student Council Representative 25 FBLA 3, 45 Scrapbook Photo- grapher 45 Bomber News Staff 4. BETTY NYSTROM Cheerleader 152, 3,45 Class Treasurer Z5 Baxter County Queen 45 Maid 35 Campus Maid 45 Miss City Park5 Beta Club l, Z, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Homecoming Maid 1,25 Math Award Z5 Student Council 35 Bomber News Staff, Business Manager 45 Cheerleading Capt. 4, Co-Capt. 35 Junior Play. PATSY OHM FBLA 3,45 Dramatics Club 35 Bomber News Staff 4. 4 +5 'gf ,.4 vt, , , I ,.,gf:.i1-1 . PW . .. LEONARD PARTEE FFA 1,2,3,45 FBLA 4. TERRY POYNTER Football 1, 3, 45 All-District 45 Baseball Z, 3, 45 Letter- men's Club l,Z,3,45 Junior Play 35 Student Council President 45 President AHSPA 45 Bomber News Editor 45 Junior Fireman Z. LORENE RAYMOND FHA l5 Pep Club lg Dramatics 1. DEAN RICKE Football l,3,45 Honorable Mention All-State 45 All- District 45 Class President 35 Class Vice President Z5 FFA l, Z, 3, 45 Baseball l, Z, 3, 45 KTLO Lineman Award 45 Lettermen's Club l, Z, 3, 45 FFA Livestock Judging Team 35 National Guard Corporal 3, 4. 1 5 N., S-23 'hu' x BONNIE TANCRE Spelling Club 15 Girls' Chorus 15 Conversational Spanish Club 25 ACappe1la Choir Z5 Beta Club 3, 45 Junior Play5 Choral Award 35 Girls' Chorus 35 FHA 45 Hit Parade Club 45 Bomber News Staff 45 Exchange Editor 4. ROBERT THOMAS History Club 152, 35 Around the World Club 45 Bomber News Staff 4. HAROLD THORNE Football 15 FFA l, Z, 3, 45 Sentinel 3, 45 Bus Driver 3, 4. JOYCE TREAT FHA 1,25 4-H 25 Librarian 15 Music Club 1: Record Club 15 Dramatics 15 Pep Club l. KENNETH SKIVER FFA 1, Z, 3,4. LINDA SKIVER FHA 1, 2, 3,49 Librarian 3,45 Pep Club 1,45 Classical Music Club 15 Bomber News Staff 4, NONA MAE SIMPSON FHA 15 History Club Z, 35 Librarian 1, Z, 35 Vice Presi- dent. CHRISTINE STOVALL Annual Staff 3,45 Beta Club Secretary 45 Beta Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Bomber News Staff 45 FBLA 35 Basketball 1, Z. Y ig, Thug Qs 15 Oh, Boy! , ,ag ,A rg L 41,35 ,gb .,. 5 -- f-QI " 'Q 5 Zgkg 53,1 315575--7' . ' '--vm, Q W Q-jk ELDON WATSON FFA l,Z,3,4g Bus Driver 3,4. BETTY LOU WICKER History Club 2,33 Around the World Club 4g Music Club 1. i I'm Sitting on Top of the World! GLEN VAN RHEEDEN Stamp Club 1,25 FFA Z,3g Football Manager 4, MARY LOU WALKER Pep Club lg History Club Z, 35 Around the World Club 45 Music Club l. ROBERT WISE Basketball lg Beta Club l,2,3,4g Vice President lg Student Council Representative 35 Bomber News Staff 4g Band l,Z,3g Combo 3. SANDY WOLFRAM FBLA 2, 3, 45 Band Z, 3, 45 Historian 45 Career Club lg Dramatics Club lg Nurses Club Zg Bomber News Staff 4. at S' 1 'ft -If 'x 3 . , ,J XV, ., ,gn , , , A :I-ffsff' f. if if - f , ff Q. - ' M' 1 1. "- 1 3 , 'Q-2 'C Ariat, 'rf . , ,. . 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'N 'W LEON OLES THURLO OLES MAX PARNELL LOUISE PENDERGRASS VERLA PIERCE 361 me ! Ni 1 x J W REEVES BARBARA REYNOLDS BETTY ROBERTS RITA RUSGIS ' ROBERT SCOTT 3 KA' "v wr' W Nw -vs S, s'lv 'tug MQ LORRAINE MILLER MARTHA MOORE ANNETTE MORRIS DAVID NELSON ESTA NORMAN "' '75 A4-1 W? ---as ' an 1...-4 "5 1-J SHARON POWELL LINDA POYNTER BILLY PREIS ALICE PROVENCE HOMER QUEEN I xx RUTH STONE LIZZIE STUDDARD SUE TALBURT BOBBIE TAYLOR MARGARET TAYLOR JOHN TIBBENS GARY TUCKER WANDA UCHTMAN NANCY VAN RHEEDEN ANNA MAE VAUGHN MARGARET VAWTER MARY WATSON ANN WALTON MAX WHEAT DALE WILBER 'Av 1 """"". '95 ' Y :,7l-A5132 , ' , V:-no is ' ' , , ian: , gif, Mg, - AL- ' W Qi- 33.- , A-uv ' 1 Zfiii' . , ggi? Mk ': ' XS'-, ' 2- J- L, , fg A so ' ' x ' ' ,, I This is work? fel Walt D1 sney PTOduCt10nS Junior play cast? From left to right, heroine, hero, witch ! kno ,wash it vs: 1 4 " SOPHO ORES so ,,,- I 3 5,4 ? 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CONLEY DEAN COX LAVERN COX BRUCE CRAWFORD PATSY CRAWFORD LYLE DAVIS SHERRIE DICKEY LAWRENCE DOODY .TO ANN DOUGLAS A. W. DOVER LLOYD ECKLEY JERRY ELLIS PATSY FLETCHER DELOIS FOWLER SHARON GILL WILMA GILLILAND CAROLYN GRANT DORIS GRAY HELEN HANEY BILLIE HARRIS DON HAWKSLEY JAMES HAWKSLEY MARTA HENLEY DALE HENSLEY sus HIQNSL1-:Y sur: HOLEY1-'IELD PATSY IVENS HERBERT JOHNSON 'JOHNSON KASINGER RAND LOWERY MANUEL MACKS JANICE MICKLEY CAROLYN MONTGOMERY MARY MOONEY JOAN NELSON LINDA PAGE NORMA PARKS VIRGINIA PATE SHIRLEY PERRY KEITH PERRYMAN ELAINE PLEASANT PATRICIA POOL GEORGE PORTER BILL PRATT LINDA PROVENCE GENEVA QUEEN LARRY QUICK GERALD REEVES LINDA REEVES ELIZABETH RUSSELL SUE SCHULER DICK SCHWANZ LINDA sco'rT NADIENE KELLUM 5' "' ' TF 5- '-T -A JOHN KELLEY LAVERN KELLEY MARION KENDALL DONNA KIRKENDALL ERIC LINDST ROM 'B' ,G Q,gkf4i"' ,M f.,xx . 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SONNY SHARP DON SHIPLEY JERRY SKIVER LEON SMITH SALLY SPEARS CHRISTINE STURM CECIL THOMAS JUNIOR TILLEY LAWRENCE UCHTMAN LOLA UCHTMAN LINDA WATSON SALLY WEST ROGER WHEAT JANICE WHEELER THELMA WILLARD MIKE WISEMAN LARRY WOOD LYNETTE WOODS JOHNNY AHRENS GRACE ACHESON LINDA BAKER TEDDY BECK DIANNE BENEDICT EDWIN BRYANT SHARON BURKE SUE CARTER JERRY CHANDLER CHARLES CHANEY DICKIE CLAWSON FRANKLIN COCKRUM SHERRY CORCORAN GLENDA COWART JANE COX JOEY CRAWFORD WILLIAM FOSTER WILLIS CRAWFORD SUSAN CREEL ERWIN DAVIS CAROL DAVIS TONI DEMERS EVELYN DOODY RUTH DUNBAR RICHARD FLEMING RUTH FAWCETT HAZEL I-'ARRIS BETTY FAIR LINDA HICKMAN VIRGINIA HARMON ELOUISE HANEY LYNA GRUBB MAXINE GRAY JUDY GRANT JOAN GRANT LEWIS GORDON JUANITA GIFI-'ORD JAMES HOLLAND JANE HODGES NOAH HOOD BARBARA JOHNSON BETTY JOHNSON ANN JOYCE LEON KELLUM VIRGIE KELLUM GLORIA KIRK BOBBY KNIGHT NORRIS KYTLE VIRGINIA LANCASTER NONA LAWSON NINA LONON JOHN LOWTH LUCILLE MARTIN LOUISE MARTIN BILL MCCALMON LARRY MCGUIRE AVERILL MITCHELL GARY NELSON SHIRLEY NELSON HAROLD NESBITT DARREL ORSBORN CAROL PARTEE JANE PENDERGRASS CARL PERRY KENNETH PERRY DENNIS PHARR ELAINE PIERCE IVAN PREIS VICKI PREIS MARY ROANE BARBARA ROBERTS DAVID ROBERTS T' ,xl -A X 1 Q an 3- as W' 'Q' , '? 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I JAMES SWADLEY 111 'N -' U h y 'I' ' f' LYNDELL SWAN -A :L g RAY TAYLOR 'ff ,I . 4 DAWN TRAMMELL " ' Q ' '-I , ' iff: OI-IRIS TULLGREN A ROBERT TURNER ' A L FRANCELENE 5 Q UCHTMAN ff' "' '- JEANIE VAN , RHI-:EDEN LYNDA WALTON ,gf BELVA WORTI-IEN I x LOYD WATSON 4? 11 x JIMMY WHITE DONNA WILREN NANCYE YOUNG MICHAEL HAVILAND BILLY NORTON 1:22 Ty. if? , Qi: f- .QU Q -C' v yy. qw ' 9.0 'iff '4 ff "Agn ,Q ,iq N ,xx 5 O oi- SEVENTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS MRS. ACHESON, Sponsor JEANIE VAN RHEEDEN Treas. JANE HODGES, Vice Pres. LARRY MCGUIRE, Pres. CAROL DAVIS, Sec. MR. DAVIS, Sponsor K BELVA WORTHEN, Reporter SIXTH GRADE BARBARA ALBRIGHT JOHN ALEXANDER AUGUST ANDERSON NED ANDERSON GAYLEN ARNOLD GEORGIA BARCO DAVID BARNES BARBARA BELL NANCY BIGGERS GLENN BLEVINS LYNN BLEVINIS NORMA BOYD LOIS BRADLEY PATRICIA BRAZEAL JAMES BRYANT BOBBY BUCHANAN! .IANICE CANTRELL DONALD CHRISTENSON VIRGINIA COBB KENNI V COOPER GENE COX I-IUGHIE CRAWFORD RAY CRAWFORD SUSAN DICKEY BECKY DRYER DONNA GARNER PHYLLIS GIBSON WAYNE GILBERT KAREN GILLILAND LINDA GREEN SHELIA GREGORY JOAN HALEY ANNE HALL STANLEY HAMMOCK PAUL HARGRAVE ELIZABETH HARRIS JERRY DON HENSLEY SANDRA HENSON DARLENE HOLLAND CHARLOTTE HORTON N91 Q' I 2 Nj? T NI H9 .lk 4-vf' '33 -fy 1 -Q' 1-0 L4 -v' 4' Wav X ' Q' an xs?'-1' "fi" " ?fTi't 4- ww .. I 1 '1' .IQ-,ET EBI." K i ' Q. 1. -Ny 4 9 -wx 'ly' YQ. .L Q v, Ag' -I ,f N .4 . f ' r' :X- tf' ws: x'p . -A --uw ,Y . in I W Q' '01, xl W A X f 'XX Ti Q . A s .- Q 1 '5' . w'- I ,,... 1' 7 ' N nr- - "' 1 R V. f 2 f' ' .45 . 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'I . rl! . , 111 "' ' 4 195 omber - 14 1, Q 1., I CAMPUS QUEEN AND MAIDS B ONNIE SHELTON DARRAH CHAMBERS PAT HOEN 'W F as BETTY NYSTROM JUDY PACE 'S....an.m-...MK ..5' DEANNA ANIC1-3 MCCRACKI-:N ,if f 5 ,-' ALICE PR OVENCE A26- STOVALL Queen SHARON POWELL qv- ANNA AN PLEASANT CAROLYN CARROLL Q HOMECOMI G RIC KE Capta1n CaPta1H -' if wr'-""' 1 mf, . ' Lire? kk ,ilq gg.. -Y' S , VN. ' f ' Q 1.41 2,f5 , R 'L 1 .l :Z . . . 5,.'4- f.i Y. ,li V4 1' ' Q2 : A ! fl V A ' ' .9 :gif 51 Aia., f' . A A I L - 6 - E Q, A fi f ff' xx A 5' , Y .Y V . Q, b 'S l 4 ! lv . IF? AYX i if in 'xi' A A 4 ,A - . A , I yu- 'rf L I xii.. ldiff lv-l -- ff arf' RAYMOND BECK F. H. A. King BONNIE SHELTON F F A Sweetheart FAIR ROYAL TY ll BETTY NYSTROM Queen JANICE DEAN JUNIOR HIGH ROYALTY Ma1d ,r-wg., GV f'v LORRAINE MILLER Mald '45 BETTY JOHNSON CAROLYN WOOD MARY SUE MOONEY CAROLYN BARNES Queen ANN JOYCE CAROLYN DALHKE SHARON BARNES LANSING HEWITT TOMMY SHARP Captams GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE vt" A JOH Y AV Jo TOMMY FOWLER most popular 26. xf bf WHO S WHO 2 cutest CHRISTINE STOVALL most handsome most popular best personahty prett1est best dressed fr1end11est best manners most concexted best dancer best all around 1' ys-f-J Nr, LINDA POYNTER best dancer 'Z T 'l1"f TERRY CURRY best actor ELDON WATSON quletest quletest be st personahty best dressed best manners h1ghest 1dea1s ANN ENGELER frxendhest 7 fx ' N . f K ,A I GI' I JJ Neff . Q. . biggest flirt ' - best all-around .f - - - 0. : Q 1 ' Y A 1 316. 4.3 fx. SHARON POWELL most hkely to succeed most talented most amb1t1ous PAT JOHNSON most talkat1ve w1tt1est loudest GEORGE LEONARD best phys1que most 3.th16t1C cutest couple HO S WHO BETTY NYSTROM most concexted b1ggest fl1rt best actress TERRY POYNTER best publlc speaker hxghest ldeals most amb1t1ous SAUNDRA CARTER most amb1t1ous lughest 1deals 'UN Q-:G ""' " .1 ' A "' 1 DON BREYTSPRAAK W1tt1eSt 7 I ' it xi, 1-Q . . Q most likely to succeed h . . ' nv"- 1. 'ff' ' R Q A ' Q g- ' 2 Z-Z X Q-if DOSS KENNEDY most 1OV8S1Ck WHO WHO DEAN RICKE most talkatlve loudest PAT HOEN best actress Cutest couple ""'6iMH' ,,,-mi K gf'-fr SUE ENGELER most 1OVeS1Ck LIZ STUDDARD BONNIE SHELTON most ath1et1c cutest 19 4 1. ,- H lb GENE JONES CAROLYN BARNES most talented best f1gure rs qs'-'r f 7 t 's-.1 f gt' if ' I. i 1 , . '11 if Q 'x , , , , L ' F uf , Lil' - . M " 'Y' ' if f f W., ,W 1 2-w ' Trv v. . jg' ,t.- 4 X 'Y' we N A r ,ft , 4, 1"' rv' E' v - a ""' ,. 4 0- xx W X XE F W1D QE if ll! K .L L Q59 ORGANIZATIONS GD A -:. l n V P l IQ F ' ey Prod A -'TH 4- . .1 ,Q R J CQ. ,LQQ 1 , N' 3 mln: pu A nx 5 - me: 1:24, z N:-I-li'.x,Y, ': X .xx fl PQEq I : ju - !-,I 05' 'I LE I! ,J E- , . Al I X6 V, ll . 1- 9,15 'f STUDE T COU CIL RQ' xmas eu!! 'sf Every year our Student Council seems to be busier and busier. They have had several pro- jects besides keeping the Bombshell, handling the Homecoming activities and planning our Southern School Assemblies. llf UN Congratulations on a good job well done. President, Terry Poynterg Vice-President, Don Breytspraakg Secretary, Linda Poynterg Treas- urer, Pat Johnson. Sponsor is Dean Hudson, Principal. BETA CLUB Selling things is a speciality of our ,Beta Club. They have sold soap, school pins, and Christmas cards. Theyalso ran their President, Sharon Powell, for State Vice-Pres. at the convention in Little Rock, and she was elected. This year we' have the biggest Beta Club ever. The officers are: Sharon Powell, Presi- dentg Jack Counihan, Vice-Presidentg Secretary, Christine Stovallg and Janice Dean, Treasurer. The Sponsor is Bentley Stracener, Superinten- dent. ST UDENT HEALTH COUNCIL LIBRARY CLUB We owe many 'Thanks' to our Student Health Council for the work they did on the B1ock-of- dimes. Coordinator, Martha Moore, Vice- Coordinator, Robert Nelson, Secretary, Jack Counihan. Chairmen are: Rod Ruthven, Health- ful Instructiong Linda Nevius, Healthful School living, Kathy Campbell, Health Service, Sponsor is Bentley Stracener, Superintendent. F. B. L. A. One of the nicest things done in school this year was the drapes the Library Club put in the Li- brary. Those Birthday Calendars are nice too. The officers are: Sue Talburt, President, Pat Hoen, Vice-Presidentg Thara Bryniarski, Sec- retary-Treasurerg and Judy Crawford, Report- er. The sponsor is Mrs. Thurman Wood, Librarian. AROUND -THE -WORLD The Future Business Leaders of America this year have been very busy. They sponsored the Campus Beauty Pageant and went to the F.B. L.A. convention at Russellville. Officers are: President, Gene Jones, Vice-President, David Johnsong Secretary, Deanna Choateg Trea- surer, Patsy Huettg Reporter, Phyllis Dentong Historians, Sandy Wolfram and Linda Burns. Sponsor is Mary Alice Elam. Gene is also state FBLA Vice-President. 4, X 1 1' If 0 . 4 A R 1 f . f I ,. 1 - t' Q. . AS- f 2 1 0:11 , 4 . I w-' This year the Around-the-world Club has had many interesting speakers a.ll of whom live in or near town. They have all traveled to many interesting places. The name of the club was changed from the 'History Club'. The officers are Clifford Morris, Presidentg Judy Crawford, Vice-President,Annette Morris, Secretaryg and Robert Thomas,Sergeant-at-arms. The sponsor is Mrs. Pete Shiras. I JUNIOR FIREMAN ' C' it 9' 'ff 55752 'N rs fm-A K 4 K1 .QC . it . w- , H- .H LETTERMEN'S CLUB E ..,, V- F fuk 335' The Junior Firemen have been very busy con- ducting fire drills and checking the wing schools for fire hazards. The officers are: Henry McCalmont, Fire Chiefg Leonard Rayrnond and Jackie Hogan, Assistant Fire Chiefs and Henry Dean, Secretary. The Sponsor is Coach Ted Rogers. F. T. A. Officers of the Lettermen's Club are Gene Jones, Presidentg and Terry Poynter, Secretary-Trea- surer. Coaches Don Dempsy and Ted Rogers are sponsors. One.of the year's activities was the annual picnic. ' PEP SQUAD The Future Teachers of America Club is new this year. They have on many occasions taken over the responsibilities of teaching some of the classes. The officers are: Pat Johnson, Presi- dentg Sue Engeler , Vice -Presidentg Linda Nevius , Secretaryg Christine Stovall, Treasurerg Saundra Carter, Reporterg and Historian, Mary Lou Gordon. The sponsor is Mrs. Mary May Jones. .v-:Tv The Pep Squad is a newly organized Club. It has assisted the Band at several football games and parades. It is sponsored by Mr. Philip Meerschiedt. Y I XX I l 3 5 Q65 ATHLETICS ' N' pp if lf' I NW QD " W j M C Walt Disney Pr ' Q Q: 'M 6 QQ Ae ,-v""' Football DISTRICT l A CHAMPS 3 'lun DON DEMPSEY District 1 A Trophy TED ROGERS Head Coach Assistant Coach THE MOUNTAIN HOME BOMBERS 431521-I 1 v-Q H V , , ,. I., - I l . Q' . ,, 1. - .., , 'Q ,I f.M.h:,N11-A - -A: VA 1 2 1. :ing " A ., - .- - ,, .. ...,,. h . V. ,--- ,' 'I' J: -,. ft '-'Z ',',i.,,f1' . 5 , ,- Vg., . 11--."4-if Q.. gfg. U., Y l A., , ,. -, .A ... :.,,..,.' 1 , , K -, -- l , WV' . .' 0. .,-- 1 -,,,. . Q"- ' - - T- --v.."4vTf1.,.,,,1 1. A r ' - ..-" 1' -W ,fx ' ..--vv'f 'W '. ' SITTING, left to right: J. Devlin, D. Ricke, J. Schwanz, T. Poynter, T. Curry, G. Jones, D.A. Dahlke, T. Fowler, G. Leonard, B. Preis, D. Breytspraak. MIDDLE ROW: J. Messick, L. Hewitt, D. Horst, R. Nelson, G. Eckley, B. Eu- banks, L. Hewitt, D. Willard, B. Dew, E. Gloer, R. Beck. TOP ROW: Coach Dempsey, D. Porter, T. Sharp, D. Thorne, J. Harris, M. Wheat, D. Larson, J. Curry, J. Hamilton, Mgr.g Coach Rogers. ii,,L.f,-' , DON BREYTSPRAAK, Sr. Halfback, All-District Hon. Mention All-State ll' JIMMY DEVLIN Sr Hon Mentxon All State Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov ,fn C ,Y Q .f . 'cf'-ff ' ., f 124 , 1 1, ' ' " f "-vm ,-N. 1.1-,J l ' 5? ,, A 4. . 1. ' dv, L I. 1 .at I ve C441 'fe ' Y' :J . I X 517LbAL ,A . .V V 7 ' A an -. 1 fy - ,.-. 7- 'f x ,, . .- fb :,a:,,1:,2J'5Z:."fr2P ' ' -1g'1fZ1'1'p?" ' 1:17 .f f .. . 'u , - -T' H." 11----. - a...faxQ,'f41 GEORGE LEONARD, Jr. TOMMY FOWI-ER. Sr- Fullback, A11-District Quarterback A11-District All-State East-West Game 195 7 FOOT BALL SCHEDULE S11oam Spnngs Home Chnton Hall I-hgh Trumann Cornlng P1 ggott Berr yvllle Huntsv111e Bentonvllle Hard1ng Dardenelle Harrx son '49 DEAN RICKE, Sr Hon Mentxon A11 State East West Game '4-14 GENE JONES, Sr TERRY POYNTER, Sr RAYMOND BECK, Sr Tackle A11 D1str1ct Center Al1D1str1ct Halfback A11 Dxstrlct l 1 . 13 ' ' 6 Z7 . zo ' 13 " 39 . Z7 ' 13 " 0 I 4 O ll 7 K ,V ft . 11 ' 14 so . ' ' - "T . 18 ' o - 33 1 t . 25 ' 7 Z7 " f . 1 ' 6 ' 36 . 8 ' 6 ' 7 1 . 15 ' o 1' za b 4, . zz 0 1 19 , VA 9,5 . za ' 13 19 q fjfvf A, it .,A.f-'ygvw End, A11-Digtrigt . Tackle, All-District tvs.. Wi? TERRY CURRY Jr Guard 3 5 P5 xmri Pgxwefpo 0411 9 00 JIM SCH WANZ Soph G ua r d nd S S we PS6 ICA' +1 of eq e 41 ada .gglrggilhikfze 2 ,fix l , Y A . . I A x 1 Ricke 1721 and Fowler CID move in for a tackle in another Bomber victory ..- T--' "',f', L 1' JOHNNY HARRIS, Sr. BUZZY DEW, Soph. DERRILL WILLARD, Soph. ED GLOER, Soph Tackle Fullback Quarterback Halfback L we Breytspraak goes for yardage in Corning victory. ' x "lv DAVID LARSON, Jr. DALE THORN, Soph. ROBERT NELSON, Soph. DELMAR HORST, Soph. End Guard Center Guard nm 3,3 lava vinltp., , Bombers practice pass patterns. 1- -. . 1 ri ' uv' MAX WHEAT, Jr. DAVID PORTER, soph. GEORGE ECKLEY, Soph. LONNIE HEWITT End End Guard Soph. Guard INDIVIDUAL SCORING Leonard 78 points Fowler 60 " Breystpraak 42 " Pries 36 " ,ac -Ls, Curry 16 " J' ' A Beck 6 " Gloer 6 " Messick 6 " Dew 6 " Dahlke 6 H 1 I M Schwanz 6 " ' 'I team-safety 2 " JAMES HAMILTON GLEN VAN RHEEDEN Mana-Bef Manager SR. HIGH BASKETBALL , .' . ,,g ' HAVE- i A n Q 2 A l' TOP ROW left to rxght B111 Eubank Mgr G Leonard R Pau W Green B Ohm T Fowler D Porter D A Dahlke Coach Rogers BOTTOM ROW D Nelson R Nelson J Hamllton T Curry R Bell G Tucker W Sexton if 91 fin QA Q... GEORGE LEONARD D A DAHLKE The Baxter Trophy 1957 58 Q... RONALD FAIR WILLIAM GREEN TOMMY FOWLER .Tumor Jumor Semor I ,B f . U X, X-' ' Q 3 D Z ' J 0 2 - 1 ' 1 I - 1 . , . , . , . . , . : . , . , . . , . , . , . , - . ffl- f f T' " A- ? ' w ' A A X 1 9 R W k Junior Sophomore I :.,,. 3 -J YV" Q gd fo- -.. f , X ky DAVID NELSON Junior ,, -I fs, ...Q fx 5 . M fi! S- Jif- kg """ ' fw- -1- JAME5 HAMILTON ' ROBERT NELSON Sophomore 5095031013 TED ROGERS Coach Individual Scoring Green Fowl er Fair Dahlke Leonard Harnilto n 323 pts. 301 pts. 208 pts. 157 pts. 123 pts. 45 pts. Bombers watch and wait in m 9151, at GARY TUCKER Junior the C ounty Tournament . acfiff 'X QXA-if RAY BELL Sophomore ,fx :Q , ,y .,,f9: ' www., rf '? ,fi 37.1 BUDDY OHM Sophomore Individual Scoring continued-- Tucker Curry R . Nelson Ohm D. Nelson Sexton Bell 15 pts. 12 pts 12 pts 3 pts Z pts 2 pts 0 2. pts pan. X - WENDELL SEXTON Sophomore . "fig X , I., ffx 84-f DAVID PORTER Sophomore 1'-T ef: fg,,i 'T BILLY EUBANKS Manager. BASEBALL 4-J 13 Q BOTTOM ROW left to nght Terry Poynter Dean R1cke J1mmyDev11n Ronald Fan' TOP ROW Terry Curry D A Dahlke Raymond Beck Coach Dempsey l Twxn Lakes League Baseball Champs I'rophy 9 Jfff-4 4 sr- -ifvj' 5 4.32. Curry crosses plate Poynter boosts score for Bombers for league leaders p 5 2 1 1 . I , . . , , ' . A 7' MP1 'k K Q Q f K , -I In 't I A4 I Q - -- .X X h 1 ,avi f. - A "- N L , h "Q t au snr' Q f S .Wil 'lf H - , 3 ITS'4"f"""T f A ., B IL. 5 ,nf 7.7. ,:',.,,Q . h f ,R .f ' givffrw-af -5 ' .'. V -fn'-va-' x f" ' .."-21, ' 5' 1'-X V' M " f ,., as 521. as 1 . '-fd dw 'fn 5 I .,-, rv - V ' . V R 1 ,A 1 - -f af' M , I 4f,b.v ' "" ' TA. ,' - ,,, ' L '-1'-.6-5, ,.1,"' . R A M, , - fa damn - - 1 F-lk ' 4- - .3-I I , ' " ' '. JR HIGH SPORTS Left to r1ght FRONT ROW Ben Byrd Roy Rogers Jerry Heenan James Hawksley Dxck Dlckerson Tom Sharp Howard Russell J1m Curry Paul Doak Lansmg Hew1tt James Hood SECOND ROW J1m Johnson Leon Smlth Plul Bradley Noah Hood B111 Pratt Ken Mart1n D1ck Ahrens Dav1d Murphy Denms Pharr M1ke Wxsernan Leon Pender Ruthven T H Conley James Alexander Sonny Sharp Judson Sh1pley Fred Blackburn J1m Ellls Bruce Crawford FOURTH ROW John Erw1n Don Hawksley Tom Snow John Ahrens Peter Becker D1ckClawson Lloyd Eckley Charles Chaney StevenBarco Larry Wood T1m B1rkhead BASKETBALL FRONT ROW Jerry Heenan J1mrny Johnson John Erwin T1m B1rkhead SECOND ROW Dav1d Murphy Manager Torn Sharp Ph1l Bradley Eugene McVay Lans1ngHew1tt John Bogart Rod Ruthven Manager QRoy Rogers not p1ctured.l grass, Don Shipley. THIRD ROW: Coach Dempsey, Chris Tullgren, Dick Schwanz, Rod CHEERLEADERS SR. HIGH JANE LEONARD LORRAINE MILLER PAT JOHNSON BETTY NYSTROM RITA RUSGIS CONNIE EDWARDS JUNIOR HIGH Left to Right: Barbara Johnson Carolyn Wood Sharon Barnes, Mary Sue Mooney Carolyn 'Ba.rnes, Ann Joyce 0' u 5'- 31 DVERTISEMENTS "C Walt Dlsney Product1ons" COMP MENTS MOUNTAIN HOME LODGE B P O ELKS 1714 LI OF KAN 4 O7 mx? o F.. :fx L I I ., 1.1 I T SEIXIORS of 19 58 1, 0 Q Us ? 4 wg! I I Compliments of ABATEX DRESS MFG. CO. Compliments of FISH 8. FIDDLE RESORT Compliments of SUNRISE POINT RESORT Comphments of Johnsons Lakeside Grocery Lilxewlew Arkansas Compl1ments of LONGS RESORT Lak6V1eW Arkansas LANNING S RESORT Howard Creek Road Phone LakCV1CW 3 4370 Compl1ments of ELM COURT Mtn Home Ark 91 COOPER DRUG COMPANY I I , . v I V. f . 'L 1 n I . I -- . . 1 I I I - Q: 4 I e , A' A " In x - I N . 3 15 I' , V' , F Af ' N.. 2 I - A V ar :xx -0- ' x. z 2 1- ' 'NV ' N. 1 ,KZ SIX- ...f :I A -'. .-.N ' -N-T-'MT' t-,.1lfl! . - C ' ' , V ,1', .fa .X ' xx 1 'NI iss T L1 lx SE l"'1' 4. C :AQ Qiiifis an T "The Rellablen Slnce S A11 New Modern Cottage Alr Cond1t1oned F1reproof C0mP11mentS Swlmmmg P001 BLUE WATERS RESORT Henderson Arkansas Henderson Arkansas Ph Henderson4 5165 Compl1ments of THE Cornplunents LuCkY 13 Resort HowARDs BOAT Dock Overlookmg Beaut1fu1 Phone 4 5171 Hende r son Arkansas LAKE NORFORK Henderson Area I .LQ I N, X ' Ly- T 'N .- I -I 2 1 T , . ' - , ' lx ,,T.i I T P. . lr X f 1- ' . --1,,.....,, , Lv .,' 1, '- -rwnh wma 1 E T - f 'T--e.:s:,N 1' E 5 .. I' . K P- ,Q 1 Q -- T S 'csc XZ' -ft A 5 ,Eg X 5 ,. -E-':13'f. cfm'-1. -rs.. .. . ..,---- M... w. - . . , I of ! 2 T I P I I of I 7 . . I I f We Move the Earth - 4 ' w E RED SHARP F132 Landscaplng C1ear1ng Pond D1gg1.ng I 'Yfiffl VI A And Road Work iinnuli Hwy 62 East Phone Z7 JZ BOB S ESSO SERVICE CENTER TO THE SENIORS 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 Home Arkansas Cornphrnents of NELSON S TRIANGLE M1dway Arkansas WICK S COURT H1ghway 178 Lakev1ew Arkansas LAKEVIEW SUNDRIES 8g GIFTS Lakev1ew Arkansas Comphments of BLACKBERRY HILL LODGE Tracy Ferry Rd. Phone 409 W1 WONDERVIEW COURT Lakev1ew Arkansas Comp11ments of TRACY BOAT DOCK Tracy Ferry Rd. Phone 409 W2 1 1 is I In f . " ii I I 7- Q IQTCMQ1 1 if ll rff' IIA y -,ek I y D Compliments of OPPORTUNITY LAND CO. MOuHta1n Home Ark nfon 1 D1amonds Watches S1lverware Watch Repa1r1ng fasfee r ez Coast t Coast cz d d th W Mountam Home Arkansas Johnson Super Market " axter County's Larges ' Mounta1n Home Arkans as Complunents of DEARMORE LAND CO Mountam Home Arkansas RIDGE VIEW COURT 8. CAFE Four M1les Southwest H1ghway 62 UNI ED FARM AGENCY Off1Ce Southwest Corner Square Phone s Off1ce 290 Resldence 473 Jl Comp11ments of GIFT '93"4"f' SHOP D1st1nct1ve G1fts 81 Art Wares Cornpl1ments of CONNIE CAFE Sue Fletcher ' GI-IT NAME V Wffffwr ,St Aw' JW W f CLARK EOFF Stores Incorporated Furn1ture Sr Apphances Ea y Payments Phone 151 Mounta1n Home Ark , . B t ' .,!! I' g'H"n'llj 3 Q - 0 il I from o n 'Roun e orld , . - V I , ff I 1 . ' , 'E www,-w 5-1' I A mf-st f-35'Ir3f.,.w. s w f,-52' -H'Ill-1-43W4i'f3f-'xvI ', " .3 eq I ...Tal mf., I ...r,:,'xifEt1g1,UIf,g,I.'l,IU f, ,ri ,ut ,I L, . 'L '- -'- 1, 'rift'-r, it -' Yjhflkmjmfl rv 1 M 4 .w+m4u, ' I - I I 1 - ' . Cornpllments of Liberty Courts and Cafe Henderson Arkansas Lake Norfork Glff Shop Verra and Pete Hesler Henderson Arkansas Comphrnents of Chucks Trading Post At East Ferry Land1ng hwy 62 Henderson Arkansas EDGEWATER COURT RESORT Completely Modern U S 62. East Shore Of Ph 4 5172 Henderson Arkansas Cong ratulat1ons SU NSET RESORT Henderson Arkansas Earle Hodge s CRYSTAL COVE RESORT Hende rson Arkansas Comphrnents of DIAMOND BAY STORE Her de rson Arkansas MARY AND DOC HARRIS INDIAN VILLAGE Congratulauons RESQRT Howard Creek Shoals Lake Henderson Arkansas Hwy 178 Ph Lakev1ew 3 4372 Compl1ments of BAKER MOTOR COMPANY Qealza Mountam Home Arkansas , 1 .L Beautiful Lake Norfork McCabe Tractor 81 Implement Company .E A FORD FARMING HEADQUARTERS 1 s 'M' ' ETGHTH 84 HICKORY STREETS TELEPHONE 55 L MOUNTAIN HOME, ARKANSAS C0mP1imef1fSOf COOPERS SHOE STORE "Shoes for the ent1re Farruly Har-r1son Arkansas He11deI'S0U Afkansas North Ark leadlng shoe store Coznphments of BAR K O COURTS Heffon s Food Market D Barco Open Sundays 81 EV6n1ngS HWY 62 E Mtn Home Bull Shoals Arkansas A5-1 EKEETER LUMBER fl H E KEETER LUMBER CO . . ,, 7 , I I , I R. Nh X , Ill Ill q l Ill ill Ill lil 1 lil T as If ., I - f' my . L P-0-f I ll A ' , . Ayr , df, 'Q ' ' 11 K - , 9 I 5 S Lyme Hzzzcszxzs 'vitn Home Arkansas Quallfy Ladles Wear BEN DEARMORE LAND CO Ben Dearmore Broker Mounta1n Home Ark 25th Year Mtn Home Arkansas Twln Lakes Motor Your Fmendly Ford and Mercury Dealer Mountain Home Ice and Locker Plant Complete Meat Processmg Locker Rentals ce fi Comphrnents f phone 198 311' 0 HICKS LARRO FEED STORE X fyfv o 0 Q X ,X SENORS TWIN LAKES DAIRY Mountaln Home Arkansas Phone 2.34 I 1 RA A , , I I, I r . I I I A rrr..r g L O KJ 0 5 11- I f f wt Cornphrnents of COTTER LUMBER COMPANY Phone 4 Smce 1902 Congratulatmns to the Senlors WAVERLY COFFEE SHOP Cotter Ark Phone 152 X A PHCINE 7 Bazrd Plastzc Mfg WE HAVE BCI T NIATERIA FIBER GL S5 RESIN MFGS FIBER GLASS BOATS DX 34 KENZIE AIRD FLIPPIN A BTO Ken Morris Shoe Store For Better Shoes We SPCCIIIZC for School Students Phone 425 Mtn Home '7 R Cornphrnents HOPPERS GENERAL STORE Phone Z F Z GaSSV1l16 Arkansas Comphments I as BAXTER BULLETIN ii ate Mounta1nHome Ark 365502 Wahcec North S1de of Square Mtn Home Ark OUR SPECIALTY BAKER CITY DRUG CO Howard Baker R Ph Comphments of RIVERSIDE INN Cotter C1ty Park Cotter Ark Comp11ments of COTTER TROUT DOCK Complete F1Sh1Hg Serv1ce Phone 88 Cotter Ark . Q A K Y Y x . a V- f as 2-- . . C A L A - E B K. , . of ll Il . Q . , l 1 I l ,I of ' , I ' AT x 1 ..., THE KEN'5 MEN STORE ,:5E55551c:5 1 I ' , . Q-1 3 . J 0 Complnnents of DYER BARBER SHOP fn Penrrscv Mountam Home Ark North S1de of Square MIETCHEN S fs OWMAN S For Those Who Love N1ce T lngs' Mtn Home Ark Comphments Assoc1ate Store COMPLETE SIGN SERVICE E O fGeneJ Fletcher PYIOHC 3 Mtn Horne Ark The Pcopli s Ilank lvlountaln Home Arkansas Member Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporauon Deposlts Insured up to 3510, OOO I o I r B ' f 1 4,! rfrff XXX as 42.4 Wallpaper and Paints . h. , of I I V ' 9 1 l 1 . ' J Comphments of BAXTER COUNTY ABSTRACT AND INSURANCE co Compllments Of E L Coo cr 'Nelhc Cooper CARDINAL COURT Phone 230 STARLITE DRIVE IN THEATRE Mt H H Ome Arkansas Clnemascope Indoor Aud1tor1u.rn Sporll CBHRIBT Phono 406 West Side of Square MOUNTAIN HOME ARKANSAS Barnes Electrical Service A Complete Servlce Te1ev1s1on 8: Rad1o Electncally Complete Refr1gerat1on 8: A11' Cond Motorola 'rv Mtn Home Ark Mode rn Snack Bar STARLITE ROLLER RINK Largest and Most Modern In North Arkansas Compllments f SALTZMAN CLINIC and HOSPITAL DRYER WORTHEN DEPT STORE Mounta1n Home and Yellv11le DRYER SHOE STORE Quahty Merchand1se at Popular PTICCS . . . p A 4 T . ' ' I - 1 H Compliments of ' o - 0 CURLEE HOTEL -m PoP Jovces AND ' CEDAR ' COURT GRILL MOTEL Hwy 62 and 5 504 Mam Mtn Home FLOWERS Comphments OI' Every Occasion MOUNTAIN HOME Dalsv Shop MOTEL Phone 499 Mountam Home Ark MOIQGAN DIQUG COMDANV CD 5 Prescr1pt1on Pharmacy Drug Sundr1es Phone 282 Vi MOUNTAIN HOME ARKANSAS lfffllgpgmqnmn-'I' 4 ll ll I '-E. - 1- J. 'L ui . ' ' -T 1 of f . , . Mtn- H0me- Ark- fMountain Home's Newest and Most Modernj g Q' I BIG SELECTION AT BEN FRANKLIN' ONE STOP SHOPPING csrnsn Fon SCHOOL Cel-X SUPPLIES f 58 ,ff f f PW YNY, X, 'H 999' r ERP n N f wma 193111115 twfznflzffflf 7 'Wann iiiiisx sf MOUNTAIN MARINE Ev1nrude Outboard Motor Plaza Alun'unu.rn Boats Commando F1berglass Boats Sales Serv1ce Parts 127 Ma1n Ph 495 Compllments of Thompson Insurance Agency Mtn Home Ark WILLOW COURT I-hghway 62 E Mountam Home Wlfgyif 6 uf? Phone 346 Mtn Home Ark KENT BUTANE CO I "We SCIVICC What We Sell" Mountam Home, Arkansas Phone 167- Compl1ments MO ARK GAS CO Propane Butane Gas Tanks and Heatmg Systems Phone Day 405 N1ght 262W O I Y - 5 f l -- l lfllfflifi A 0 i fl , I I ,I if 'A-A 1 av f , we . I , ' ' ' if F I . .9 A ,X 5 if lv ! ,.,'., ,',.V,. A'.'.1,g: B vpfwu , N.. E 5 V , 50rlD FINISH N l .,'- xx ... I r , f , : 1 S Y A35 2 2 A O ff-If ' V .nm an W In , , ll ' ' "- ,ia 7 f -Pa 'Q T I r D ' X ea 1 of ,gk SW TO BUY SELL OR RENT 'REAL ESTATE' REALTORS Spec1a11z1ng 1n EST 1' Farms Resorts Ranches Motel s Ret1rement Homes Bus1ness Propert1es Lake Propert1es Bean 8. Gregg Real Estat 9 Call 15 600 Mam Street Mountam Home Arkansas RALPH S AUTO PARTS 801 So Ma1n St Phone 10 Ralph Erwln Mountaln Home Arkansas Aafiwlff P ARNOLD S PHILLIPS SERVICE STATION 104 Ma1n Ph THE L A DEW COMPANY Comp11ments SHAMROCK CAFE Mo l1I'1t3.1I1 Home Arkansas Comphments of JONES MARKET Mtn Home Hwy 5nw Y 2 VEMU 9- W5 1 J-We0fzfmaf 6 xi- General Insurance Real Estate Mtn Home IF Ark Comp11rnents of CITIES SERVICE Comphments of STATION K T L O one 81 Gene Baker Mtn Home Ark News Mus1c Sports 1490 K C Mtn Home Arkansas Q' 94 ' ' 5 Q .?:.t'.'J'f. 5 . . . . 4 63 I of , ,swf 1 I -1 I f'X'T II ips "ee" N f' . M' x . . A f V 5 I N xx IX. ' I I V I ' , 'Wk ' . 7 fo A T H. LYLE REALTY 8 I Insurance at a Savmg 9 w A comms uf! lj wk it Hiram Byrd MFA Agency 5 n u I ,AU'ro FIRE HOSPITAL LIABILITY F 1 NSURANCE FOR TOWN OR COUNTRY Savmfl Se Pr t t Mountam Home Phone 280 CHEVROLET COMPANY CHEVROLET Va, A Fr1end of the School Mounta1n Home Arkansas Comphments of DAWSON S Mtn Home Phone 491 Hargrave 8: Shearer MTN HOME TEXACO TWIN LAKES SUPPLY Your Local Wholesale Supply Dealer Mountam Home Arkansas WED E8tSld fSq P 4 PLEASANT S LUMBER COMPANY Quahty Lumber and Bu1ld1ng Mater1al Call 210 ID I-il Nd WL f'N iii ll 5 ln'f odbv WALKER FEED STORE Phone l8l Mtn Home 5, zamdvzzm 7 emma cmzconv morons E E 0 I A . . . M ' 4 2 3, , - I CID T A itll' " 'I ,- rvice- oecxon s ' e o uare' hone 34 , A W r . , H L H . 'kb , xv 1' Xu 'Lx .I , ,fl lk f X31 1, STAR FOOD MARKET A A. " Munulectur . f .H 7 , , - ' ,grapl ' 'Wd' ,,-"A ff 4 + 'J ' - - ! MTN. Home 5. Muowmr, Ann. anon: -sum we num: ron Amrrmms or vAL.ur: . P COURTESY OF NORTH ARKANSAS ELECTRIC COOP INC SALEM AND MOUNTAIN HOME Owned and Operated by the Members It Serves Compllments of HACKLER INSURANCE AGEN Mountaln Home Phone 73 S Save Tune Call By Number Mounfaln Home Telephone Co IM QQTCETILLCIQ b..CI'I'Iotff Xqfz PHONE 3 4362 Mldway NELSON S TRIANGLE M1dway Arkansas Dr .I Y Phmney Optornetm st Mtn Home Ark WHERE AWAY Old Button Mosa1cs Lakev1ew Arkansas ROLLER FUNERAL HOME 24 Hour Ambulance SGIVICC Phone 84 Comphments of Baxter Theater Phone Z Z 5 ., . H ' ll I I Al' . ,-lil 5 ' SEB V.: 'IBM ofzf fu, 11 17.1111 11.7 . - I -T XJ Comphrnents of W .. I if J V I . I I E K -i ij --MTWEIRNIDWAY AND LAKSUIEJTXI S Q- Q b .,,,, ,I - ' J , K I INSURANCE AGENCY S NOBLE MITCHELL df' . I SUPER I Compliments of I ",?66f,'jU' MARKET EMMETT'S BARBER SHOP East Side Of The Square Compliments of Dr B H Loffon WISEMAN S STORE DENTA L CLINIC For Your Dry Goods 810 Baker Street Ph 435 Mtn Home Ark Mountain Home Ark WADE LAHAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY I . . . 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