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THE TATLER Published by the SENIOR CLASS of Alton High School Alton, Illinois 1933Foreword We seniors take this opportunity to express our appreciation to those who have helped make our high school days successful and happy. To those who are yet to attend high school we sincerely hope that you will receive as much benefit and as great pleasure in your high school days as we have in our four years that end this June.Dedication We, the members of the Tatler Staff, dedicate the 1933 Annual to Luther L. Myers, Sponsor. Mr. Myers, teacher in Sociology and English has been sponsor of the Tatler for the past six years. Nothing we can say could fully express our appreciation of his faithful and loyal cooperation. He has long been a true supporter and admirer of all activities, including athletics and arts, presented in the school. Mr. Myers has been found to be a friend to many students who have had perplexing problems to solve. He has been interested in each and every one and his advice has been acted upon to great advantage on many occasions. The staff invites the student body to join in wishing him a prosperous and happy future.Contents Introduction Administration Classes Athletics Organizations Advertisers and FeaturesAlton Senior High School 1928-1933ADMINISTRATIONW. R. Curtis Superintendent 910 Francene A. Bartlett World History, English Jennie Cates LJ. S. History ;a reemAn Vernon O. Hainline Wood Worl{ F. Herold Harlan Alice Mae Gates General Science Mathematics tv 11Ray L. Jackson Coach Physical Education Letha McCausland Beulah A. Mulliner Physical Education Biology History Ada Klump Mathematics Julius Marti Civics Bootee ping M ecbifoc a IDfaw i ng Luther L. Myers English Sociology Sponsor of Tatler Lowry Ellen Miller Machin Latin Lauretta G. Paul English 12 Emma J. Phillips French . Mildred Rutledge English Sponsor, Alton High Times C. S. Porter George C. Ritcher Music Jj Mechanical Drawing M at n tic. a Jamj F. Stage '' PhysicsR. V. Smith Commercial Geography Commercial Law Jk Mary J. Maguire Music Supervisor Dorothy Gates Registrar Gwendolyn Blazier Stenographer Board of Education Gilson Brown, G. A. McKinney, President Secretary Lafayette Young H. J. A. Gerard J. J. Beeby Hugh Horstman Dr. H. E. Middleton W. R. Curtis, Superintendent 14CLASSESh w Officers January Graduating Class ’33 Officers June Graduating Class ’33 Rex Gary Football '30, "31 Dramatic Club Alton High Times Boys' Cabinet “A" Club Creative Writing Club President January Class Virginia Wright Pep Club Tennis National Honor Society French Club G. A. A. Girl Reserves Contemporary Lit. Club Vice-Pres. January Class Ormand Show Hi-Y Piwanag Sec.-Treas. January Class Enos Campbell Football '31-32 Basketball ’30-'31-'32-'33 Tennis '30-'31-'32-'33 Boys' Cabinet “A" Club President June Class Lorene Mabry Latin Club G. A. A. Pep Club Times Staff Girl Reserves Vice-Pres. June Class Alice Worden National Honor Society Quill is1 Scroll Latin Club Girl Reserves Girls' Auxiliary G. A. A. Alton High Times Creative Writing Club Sec.-Treas. June Class 17January Graduating Class ’33 Randolph Austin John Banta Student Council Mildred Barrow Creative Writing Club Contemporary Lit. Club Violet Bauer Elizabeth Bennett Vernon Brickey Tatler Staff '33 Dramatic Club Boys' Glee Club Elmer Browning Virginia Bryant Contemporary Lit. Club Amber Corwin National Honor Society Student Council Ember Corwin National Honor Society 18January Graduating Class ’33 Jean Cousley G. A. A. Pep Club National Honor Society Dramatic Club Girls Auxiliary Virginia Deucker Contemporary Lit. Club Leonard Dorner Wilbur Ele Margaret Faris National Honor Society Dramatic Club French Club Thespians Alton High Times Contemporary Lit. Club Roberta Ferguson Girl Reserves Cyrus Fisher Boys’ Cabinet Rex Gary Alton High Times Boys' Cabinet Cheer Leader "A" Club Football '31 Evelyn Gerbig Girl Reserves Contemporary Lit. Club Jeanne Giberson Girls' Auxiliary Dramatic Club Girl Reserves Pep Club G. A. A. Thespians Quill and Scroll 19January Graduating Class ’33 Maurice Geigel National Honor Society French Club HiY Creative Writing Club Quill and Scroll “A" Club Tennis '31, '32 Velma Griesbaum Katherine Handler Ellsworth Haynes Alton High Times Nelson Horn Band Marjory Kelley Girl Reserves French Club G. A. A. Pep Club Quill and Scroll Dramatic Club Thespians John Koehne Martha McKee Home Economics Club Glennon Meissner LeRoy NaughtonJanuary Graduating Class ’33 Charlotte Overath Commercial Club Ada Mae Patton Commercial Club Contemporary Lit. Club Wes Percival Mildred Rain Home Economics Club Contemporary Lit. Club Commercial Contest Pauline Ross Alton High Times Creative Writing Club Art Club Dramatic Club National Honor Society Mary Suit Ralph Scheffel Art Club Marie Schnell Leonard Shearburn Dramatic Club Thespians “Emperors Clothes” “Old Louisiana" “King Rides By” Boys’ Glee Club All State Chorus 21 Ormand Show Hi Y Club PiwanagJanuary Graduating Class ’33 George Staten Virginia Steiner French Club Hazel Stillwell Contemporary Lit. Club Gilbert Stotler Pearl Thomas Jack Thorpe “A" Club Art Club Basketball '31 Virginia Wright G. A. A. Pep Club National Honor Society Rose Zeigenfuss Pictures not in the Tatler Earl Bergesch Harriet Fichtel Harry French Cecil Griesbaum Henry Haworth Matthew Horn Otto Kolkmeyer Fred Lenhart Clark Seago Caroline Walter Everett Wilkins 22Wilbur Armstrong Hi-Y Piwanag Times Staff Quill and Scroll James Barker Orchestra Band Triangle Club Ola Barnett Latin Club Leonard Barr Harriett Boettger Girl Reserves Ruth Bonn Art Club Girl Reserves G. A. A. Clinton Bosley Orchestra Band Contemporary Lit. Club "Second Childhood" “So This Is London" Virginia Brainerd Girls' Glee Club “So This Is London" Helen Breyfogle Girl Reserves G. A. A. Pep Club Contemporary Lit. Club Hilda Brown Art Club Quill and Scroll Tatler Staff '33 French Club National Honor Society June Graduating Class ’33 23June Graduating Class ’33 Virginia Browne Dramatic Club Times Staff “Rivals” May Queen '33 Willard Bruce Art Club John Burton Latin Club Marionette Club Thespians Dramatic Club Boys' Glee Club Enos Campbell Boys' Cabinet Pres. Senior Class Times Staff Basketball "A” Club Tennis Football James Cannon Eugene Christoe Quill and Scroll Hi Y Piwanag Times Staff Chester Clark Dramatic Club Student Council Glee Club Jefferson Collier Hi-Y Club Donna Comstock Girl Reserves Home Economics Club Melba Cooper Times Staff French Club Nat'l Honor Society G. A. A. Girl Reserves Pep Club Latin Club Art Club 24 June Graduating Class ’33 Clarice Cope Art Club Latin Club Ruby Copeland Times Staff National Honor Society Quill and Scroll Creative Writing Club Latin Club Harold Cordes Tatler Staff Ivan Crouch “A" Club Foothill '32 Basketball '32, '33 Clark Deem Tatler Staff National Honor Society Quill and Scroll French Club Contemporary Lit. Club Dramatic Club Hi-Y Tennis Dorothy Dixon Audrey Elliott Quill and Scroll Times Staff Girl Reserves Pep Club Contemporary Lit. Club Catherine Etter Girl Reserves G. A. A. Patricia Fairbanks Girl Reserves Contemporary Lit. Club G. A. A. LaFayette Fields 25June Graduating Class ’33 Richard Foster Pauline French Commercial Club Nathalie Gardner Contemporary Lit. Club Girl Reserves Pep Club Helen Gavin Girl Reserves G. A. A. Jeanne Gething Girl Reserves Pep Club Helen Green Orchestra National Honor Society Student Council Christine Hale Girl Reserves G. A. A. Pep Club “So This Is London" Robert Harms Times Staff Creative Writing Club Latin Club Marionette Club National Honor Society Dorothy Harris Girl Reserves Pep Club Thomas Harris Boys' Cabinet "A" Club Football '31, '32 Basketball ’31-'33 26June Graduating Class ’33 Dorothy Hart Girl Reserves Creative Writing Club Thomas Head Times Orchestra Band Art Club Mildred Hechler Girl Reserves Home Economics Club Kenneth Henkhaus Basketball Track “A” Club Harold Horsley Boys' Glee Club Addie Mae Howard Home Economics Club Commercial Contest Eileen Irvin Latin Club Charles Jourdain Minerva Kieselhorst Girl Reserves G. A. A. Anna Kleeman 27June Graduating Class ’33 Howard Kress “A" Club Football '31, '32 Lucille Laun Charles Leady William Lutz Elizabeth Lynn Art Club “So This Is London" Lorene Mabry Times Staff Latin Club G. A. A. Orchestra Pep Club Jane Mahoney Alice Mayes Times Staff Creative Writing Club Latin Club National Honor Society Quill and Scroll Girls’ Glee Club Wendell Mayfield Hi-Y Eileene McFarlaneJune Graduating Class ’33 Vernell McKinney Girl Reserves Commercial Club Mary Ann McManus Girls’ Auxiliary Blanche Meyer Robert Meyer Piwanag Club “So This Is London" Ford Modes Boys’ Glee Club HiY Margaret Monfort Robert Montgomery Boys’ Glee Club Commercial Club Art Club “Rivals” Carl Morgan “So This Is London" Marie Murphy G. A. A. Dewain Nevins Quill and Scroll Times Staff Boys’ Glee Club Dramatic Club Thespians 29June Graduating Class ’33 Ruth Paul Girl Reserves Latin Club Girls’ Glee Club Herman L. Peek Tatler Staff Boys' Glee Club Dramatic Club Band Student Council Cheer Leader Thespians “Emperors Clothes” “Old Louisiana" “King Rides By" “Rivals" Frank Pickard Tatler Stiff Boys' Glee Club “A" Club Helen Reed Girl Reserves Contemporary Literature Club Pep Club G. A. A. Edna Reel Dorothy Richter Girls' Glee Club Times Staff Art Club Arthur Ritcher National Honor Society Quill and Scroll Times Staff Hi-Y Band “A" Club Jack Roadhouse Student Council Times Staff Quill and Scroll Football Elmer Rothaug Hi-Y Contemporary Lit. Club Charles Ruedin Hi-Y Band Commercial Club 30June Graduating Class ’33 Jack Rulon Commercial Club Salmagundi Club Alice Sawyer Girl Reserves Robert Schaller Art Club Radio Club Dorothy Schindewolf Girl Reserves Frank Schmidt Hi-Y Piwanag Archery Lorraine Schnell Orchestra Edith Sheets Creative Writing Club National Honor Society B. S. T. James Sheets Quill and Scroll Student Council Times Staff B. S. T. Football Burnice Smith Tatler Staff National Honcr Society Quill and Scroll Commercial Contest Salmagundi Club Eugenia Smith Girl Reserves French Club Glee Club May Festival “In Old Louisiana" G. A. A. 31June Graduating Class ’33 Elaine Sandner Girl Reserves Commercial Club Donald Snyder Dorothy Spaniol Girl Reserves Virginia Stiles Girls' Glee Club National Honor Society Creative Writing Club Richard Swain Doris Taylor Girl Reserves Latin Club G. A. A. Irwin Thompson National Honor Society Creative Writing Club Ferne Turley Tatler Staff Quill and Scroll T. G. Turner Boys' Cabinet Contemporary Lit. Club "A" Club Boys' Glee Club Basketball '32, '33 Joe Voss Tatler Staff Art Club Contemporary Lit. Club Student Council 32June Graduating Class ’33 Harriett Walker Creative Writing Club Latin Club Robert Warner Quill and Scroll National Honor Society Times Staff French Club Eileen Webb Anna Mae Weigant Girls' Glee Club Latin Club Audrey Weigler Tate Weston Winifred White Girl Reserves Home Economics Commercial Club Salmagundi Club Vivian Willett Girl Reserves B. S. T. Salmagundi Club “So This Is London" Nelson Winslade Boys' Cabinet Salmagundi Club Alice Worden National Honor Society Quill and Scroll Times Staff Creative Writing Club Latin Club Student Council Girls' Auxiliary 33June Graduating Class ’33 William Eisenreich Boys' Cabinet Art Club “A" Club Football '30, '31, '32 Basketball ’30'31''32'’33 Blanche McGuire Maurice Yancey Tatler Staff Boys’ Glee Club Marcus Youngberg Band Glee Club Hi-Y Dramatic Club Pictures not in the Tatler Helen Bartels Gearle Bingham Harry Brooks Ida Canham Ellison Cannon Kenneth Cooper Lillian DeLong Louise Ehlers Joan Evans Kenneth Glen Ethel Helmkamp Helen Jackson Lottie Mae Jackson Paul Kasinger Ethel Kimball Sylvia Klinke Dorothy Peters Claire Rawson Dorothy Strickland 343-2 Class Josephine Arbuthnot Alice Bartlett Clarence Batchelor Bill Birney LeRoy Boedeker Dorothy Dodge Dorothy Elder Charlotte Ells Albert Favre Nell Gere John Gray 353-2 Class Hallie Hill Marjory Hood Hugh Jennings Eileen Johnson Onie Kidwell Alvena Kohle Richard Leonard Nicholas McKee Leon Meyer Bernice Morgan Edgar Nowatne John Olmstead Lucille Reed Frances Rice Carl Schaefer Kenneth Patterson J uM -' 7Louada Reed CA-s (S— JL3-2 Class Virginia Scott Selma Shapiro Doris Shewmake Wesley Sondles Eugenia Strickland Patricia Swain Frederick Theen Claude Tickner Mary Lee Wendt Bert Weston Eleanor Winter 3-1 Class Herb Alexander Virginia Angell Ruth Antrobus John Armstrong Charles Barnett Margaret Gnerich Henry Barnard Ella Beck Elaine Blunt Roberta Bohlmeyer Wanda Breece Maurice Brown Frank Brueggeman Lillian Calame Carl Carlton Paul Carter Dorothy Clayton Mary Louise Collins 383-1 Class August Conway Joyce Cook Aaron Cope Melvin Cramer Sherwood Culp Laverna Deahl Lillian DeLong Kenneth Denzer Virginia Dorsey George Etter Sherman Ferris Gertrude Fortschneider Isabel Fundel Eleanor Gabriel Homer Grenzebach James Harmon Edward Henneman Dorothy Hoerring3-1 Class Verna Hoffman Marsh Howard Harold Huck William Hughson Evelyn Hydron William Jackson Kenneth Jacoby John Jehle Ione Kaiser Geneva Kelly Marvel Kinnon Francis Brickey Frank Koukl Sterling LaMarsh Elizabeth Landis Eleanor Langham LeRoy LaPelle Leland Leonard -103-1 Class Ruth Johnson Elizabeth Leur Lucille Lewis Harold Little Carl Maupin Virginia McCalley Frances Miller Jenny Misegades Dan Morgenroth Lois Young Eugene Needham Eileen Mitchell Robert Noble Ruth Olson Laura Oulson June Pitts Eugenia Riggs Verna Ringor 413-1 Class Frances Rippley Ruth Schmidt Margaret Schutz .William Seymour Helen Shearburn Ward Stallings Shirley Stiles Harriett Stowell Fern Tackwell Rome Thomas Paul Vance Sally Vorhees Evelyn Ward Grace Warren Edward Watson Mary Weishaupt Elizabeth Whittleman Arlene Williams 42Sophomores Top Row Bill Abbott, Al. Armstead,'Mabel Attebery, Frances Aulabaugh, Mildred Barnwell, Walter Bartow’. Second Row: Wayne Baxter, Dorothy Beck, Billie Bennett, Betty Blair, Thomas Blazier, Kenneth Boedecker. Third Row: Dorothy Bosley, Marian Breyfogle, Jno. Bowman, Spencer Cannon, Betty Carhart, Mildred Chappee. Fourth Row: Robt.Chevalley, Melvin Cochran, Mabel Cooper, Anna Copeland, Keith Carothers, Geo. Corwin. Fifth Row Reba Kochersperger, Ruth Cousley, Vonel Cravens, Rita Cutler, Oscar Daubman, Marian Davis. Sixth Row: Dorothy Denzer, Naomi Dillon, Donald Dorris. Virginia Dover, Fern Edw’ards, Marguerite Elmendorf. 43Sophomores Top Row: William Evers, Harold Eyster, Carl Farrar, Frances Fettinger, Donald Fish, William Fisher. Second Row: Irene French, Julia Gossrau, Dorothy Graessle, Charles Green, Helen Hall, H. L. Harmon. Third Row Everette Harris, John Harris, Russell Harris, Eleanor Henderson, Hayward Henderson, Virgia Hinrichs. Fourth Row: Lucille Heuer, Nadine Highlander, Minnie Youngblood, Charles Hughey, Helen Jennings, Pauline Johnson. Fifth Row: Walter Jones, Wilfred Kinzel, Louise Lampert, Alberta Long, Arthur Long, Juanita Lessner. Sixth Row Genevieve Lewis, Robert Little, Mary Logan, Marian Mackel, Mary Malone, Dan Matthews. 44Sophomores Top Row: Dorothy Maxfield, Earl May, Phoebe McAdams, Donald McCoy, Jas. McCurdy, Jno. McKee. Second Row: Richard McKee, Jay McManus, Bernice Medhurst, Russell Meyer, Ben Moore, Edward Morgenroth. Third Row Mitford Moxey, Earl Mundell, Neva Ncikirk, Elizabeth Nevins, Billy Nichols, John Nisbett. Fourth Row: Lavcrna Nowatnc, Marcella Oglesby, Hazel Owens, Geo. Patterson, Harold Paul, Frank Penny. Fifth Row Louis Putze, Garnetta Rain, Grace Recker, Sigmund Reid, Everett Richardson, Lorraine Roennigke. Sixth Row: Nelson Roller. Rich. Saunders, Don. Sargent, Clara Sauerwcin. Herman Schippers, Olive Schuettc. 45Sophomores Top Row: Vernon Schwartz, Harold Seiler, Virginia Senz, Jack Shine, Robert Sidner, Harriett Smith. Second Roto: Kathryn Stephenson, Norman Stewart, Paul Stillwell, Anna Louise Stone, Doris Sutton, Jean Taggart. Third Row Ray Tolley, Fred Taylor, Helen Voumard, Armilda Waters, Jane Watkins, Nelle Weiss. Fourth Row: Betty Windsor Fred Winter, Georgia Worden, Arthur Wuellner, Robert Wuthenow, Frances Yager. 46ATHLETICSCoach Ray L. Jackson Jackson came to us in September, 1929. He had little to work with, no school spirit, no interest in athletics, and but little material. Since then he has built up and developed one of the best football and basketball teams in the conference. Along with this there is also a growing interest in track, which has not been felt for a period of years. As a supplement to Jackson's success in coaching, he has taught good sportsmanship and character along with athletics. This he has made his business, and it has resulted in giving Alton High School that reputation all over Southern Illinois. This has been Jackson’s most successful year from all standpoints, placing second in both football and basketball. Prospects for next year teams are just as good in football and our hopes are strong for basketball. Assistant Coach James F. Stage It was through the efforts of Mr. Stage that the Redbird eleven possessed one of the strongest lines in the conference. He put in hour after hour of hard labor training the boys for their positions. His efforts have been highly appreciated in that two of his linemen, Kodros and Cravens, were selected for places on the all-conference eleven last fall. 49Top Row: E. Brunnworth, M. Cheers, K. Cooper. Second Row: I. Crouch, W. Eisenreich, C. Fischer, H. Funkhauser. Middle Row G TSchuessler, L.Cravens. Fourth Row: T. Harris, H. Hayworth, W. Kodros, H. Kress, ywttomjiowtjk.. NnrftT 'Eogan, J. Roadhouse, J. Sheets. _______________________ ___________________________________ 50FOOTBALL 1933 The football team was captained by Sonny Schuessler. This was Sonny's third and last year. He was small but played the game like a giant. The team would not have been the peppy eleven that held a high place in the conference had it not been for Sonny. CENTRAL Opening the season in perfect form, the team uncorked a bag of tricks, which re-suited in a victory over the strong Central High eleven from St. Louis.—20-6. MADISON It was at our pleasure and their regret that the team started off the conference race with a victory over Madison.—27-0. COLLINSVILLE l' With conference title hopes in mind, we pushed the ball three times into the shadow of Col's goal but lacked the punch to push it over. We were forced to be satisfied with a tie.-—OO. EDWARDSVILLE To show that they were not to be put down by a tie, the Red Birds made Edwards-ville dance to the tune of defeat.—19-0. WOOD RIVER The boys fought hard. Blame was laid on the referee, but no referee can defeat Alton 19-6. It was Wood River's day. GRANITE Our hearts were torn out in the last eighteen seconds when Granite scored on a pass.—6-0. We find that had we held them to a tie we would have won the conference championship. BELLEVILLE The team took spunk and ambition to Belleville, after fighting on a hard clay field, brought back the spoils—7-0. EAST ST. LOUIS The Red and Gray again waved supreme over the gridiron, this time over a field covered with snow. All this was at the expense of our old rival. East Side, by a score of 6-0. WESTERN With a milder Turkey Day than usual, the Birds showed complete football sense, by defeating Western, our oldest rival, by a score of 13-0. Yea! A crowning event for a successful season! ! ! ! ! Last season proved without a doubt to be the most successful in many years. The boys had the fight and endurance of a championship eleven, but that pass in the last part of the Granite Game robbed us of a well-earned championship. 51Football Squad First Row: I. Crouch, R. Kress, F. Brunnworth, H. Funkhauser, H. Haworth, L. Cravens, T. Harris, H. Kress, S. Schuessler, R. Logan, G. Kodros, J. Roadhouse, B. Kodros, K. Cooper, M. Childers. Second Row: L. Barr, K. Denzer, E. Campbell, J. Sheets, R. Gearing, L. Naughton, H. Beneze, B. Eisenreich, C. Fischer, D. Macthews, L. Langacher. Third Row: Geigel, W. Stallings, H. Alexander, Assistant Coach Stage, O. Trout, E. Mundell, T. Wright, E. Heitzman, C. Tickner, W. Bartow, H. Barnard, A. Wuellner, F. McManus, K. Henkhaus, R. Harris, N. Hagerty, H. Karns, Coach Ray Jackson. Season Score "Central . . . . 6 . . Alton. 20 Madison . . .. 0 . . Alton 27 Collinsville .... 0 . Alton. 0 Edwardsville. . . . 0 Alton. 19 Wood River .19 . . Alton. 6 Granite City.... . . . 6 . Alton. 0 Belleville .... 0 Alton. 7 E. St. Louis . . . . 0 Alton. 6 "Western 0 Alton. 13 Total Points. . .. 31 98 Won 7 Lost 2 Tied 1 Home games — "Non-conference 52Basketball Squad First Row: Karns, Childers, Eisenreich, Hagerty, Cravens, Harris, Campbell, Turner, Coach Ray L. Jackson. Second Row: Crouch, Cooper, Langacher, Henknaus, Osborne, Henry, Hibbard, Funkhauser, Ritcher, Kodros. Basketball 1932-33 CAPTAIN CAMPBELL Our Basketball team was captained by Enos "Tote” Campbell. Enos has earned four letters in Basketball, two in football and four in tennis. He trains hard and plays the game fair and under his leadership we climbed to second place in the final conference standing. We need more athletes like Enos. The Basketball season opened with much promise. Coach Jackson had five letter men at the start of the season, around which to build his conference entry. The first game ended in disaster at the hands of Benton, the down state team that entered the state semi-finals this spring. The conference opened with a defeat by Belleville, but the Birds then retaliated to defeat Madison, and proceeded to take Wood River and Granite in the same manner. This was the first time an Alton team had won over Granite in either Football or Basketball since Coach Jackson has been here. This put pep into the boys and they advanced another notch by defeating Collinsville. Bubbling over with pep, but lacking the eye for the basket, we were defeated at E. St. Louis. The next week the team finished the first half of the schedule by downing Edwardsville after giving them a 15-0 lead. 53At the half of the conference schedule we were well up in the standing. In that short recess, we hurdled Bunker Hill, with a decisive score. The second half started with a victory over Madison, and we continued to win over Belleville, Wood River, and Granite. Conference title hopes i ran high, when we played Collinsville. With a team that wouldn't shoot, it is needless to give the result. We were defeated. In order to stay at the top we must down East Side. It was a hard fought contest, but they held the upper hand and by defeating us held a tie for conference honors with Collinsville. The last game, a i rough and tumble contest with Edwardsville, was won 13-12. Fouls predominated. Our district tournament hopes were blasted by Collinsville in our first game, so the suits were put in the moth balls. Season Scores “Benton 37.■•• Alton 9 Belleville. . 26 Alton 18 Madison. . . . 11. Alton .30 Wood River. 12 Alton 28 ‘Granite City. 13 Alton 27 Collinsville. . 14 Alton 21 East St. Louis 20 Alton 16 Edwardsville. 21 Alton .22 Madison. . 18 Alton 28 “Bunker Hill.. 14..... Alton .32 Belleville. . 11 Alton .29 ‘Wood River. 14 Alton 19 Granite City. 27 33 Collinsville. . 24. Alton 19 ‘East St. Louis 20 Alton 17 ‘Edwardsville. 12 Alton 13 “‘Collinsville. . 25 Alton 13 Total Points. 319 374 Won 11 Lost 6 ‘Home games — “Non-conference — “‘Tournament 54Cheer Leaders Stanley Edsall Stirling LaMarsh We were led in our athletic cheering this last season by Gary, Peek, Edsall, and LaMarsh. This big four was present at all home football games and some of them were with the fans on the road. They always did their best to instill in the players and spectators that spirit and pep so necessary to ultimate victory. In basketball, Peek and Edsall were always present to lead the cheering. Peek took the west side of the gym and Edsall the east. Many a yell was made better in an effort to do better than the last yell from the opposite side of the floor. This season is the last in school for Gary and Peek. “A-A'A-L'T T-T-T-O-N A-L-T-O-N Alton! Alton! Yea!” Managers Nothing that we could write here would speak for the many hours of hard work by our managers, Howard Karns and his assistant, Henry Barnard. They took the blame when things didn't go just right and if no other reason could be given they were blamed for the team losing a game. It is said to be the hardest position on our squads. 55First Row: Miss McCausland, Jane Watkins, Shirley Stiles, Nell Gere. Second Roto. Clark Deem, Ward Stallings, Enos Campbell, Henry Barnard, Mr. Hainline. Tennis Boys' doubles were played by Stallings, Deem, Barnard, and Gearing. The singles were played by Enos Campbell and Arthur Ritcher. The Girls' singles were played by Jane Watkins. The girls' doubles were played by Shirley Stiles and Nell Gere. OPPONENTS Singles Wood River Madison Edwardsville Granite City Collinsville E. St. Louis BOYS' TENNIS RESULTS WINNER OPPONENTS WINNER Alton Doubles—Wood River Alton Madison " Madison Alton Alton ” Edwardsville Edwardsville Alton " Granite City Granite City Alton ” Collinsville Collinsville Alton ” E. St. Louis Alton Belleville game postponed. OPPONENTS Singles—Wood River Edwardsville Granite City Collinsville GIRLS' TENNIS RESULTS WINNERS Alton Edwardsville Alton Collinsville OPPONENTS Doubles Wood River Edwardsville Granite City Collinsville WINNERS Alton Edwardsville Granite City Collinsville Belleville game postponed. 56First Row: Crowe, Henkhaus, Hansen, Horsley, Coach Jackson, Watson, Gearing, Schuessler, Harris. Second Roto: Brown, Mundell, Cook, Deterding, G. Kodros, Childers. Third Row: Ashlock, Logan, W. Kodros, Denzer, Bartow, A. Kodros. Track With growing interest and many new men coming in. Track has become a very interesting sport in our school. The following won letters for placing first, second or third in various meets in which our school participated. Harris—Javelin Schuessler—100 and 220 yard dash Mundell—mile Crouch—Broad-jump At Springfield, Alton placed first in Javelin, fourth place in J £ mile, second and third in 100 and 220 yard dash. In conference competition Alton placed, third in braid-jump, third in shot put, first in javelin. 57Sports Summary All athletics of Alton High School in the season just finished were on a higher standing in the conference than they have been for the past six years. The Red Birds are now recognized as a strong competitor in all sports except track, which will develop in a short time. FOOTBALL In football Alton finished with undisputed second place in the conference, having four victories, two defeats, and one tie. The strong scoring machine that the birds possessed is shown by the fact that we were held scoreless in only one game. On the other hand, the defense was just as effective by keeping the goal uncrossed in all but three games. The non-conference game at the first of the season was won from Central, and the other—the greatest achievement of the season—was that on Turkey Day, when Western was downed 13-0! YEA! ALTON! Coach Jackson awarded 19 letters at the close of the season. Three of these men, Gus Kodros, Cravens, and Schuessler were chosen on the all-conference team. BASKETBALL Basketball was on a high level this year, the team holding second place in the conference standing. E. St. Louis and Collinsville were tied for first. The score book shows eleven victories, and six defeats. This has been a most encouraging season, being the best since Coach Jackson has been here. At the close of the season, ten men were awarded letters for their work on the team. TRACK Track, the weak sister in Alton High athletics, has shown some remarkable achievements this spring. The thirty-five men that reported were hard workers, and did all they could to revive the sport in our school. Only four of these, however, received letters for their efforts. Although the team did not win a meet, the out-look for the future is very bright. Seniors are lost by graduation and it is the duty of each Freshman and Sophomore to work hard to take the places left by these men. Let’s see Alton shine in track in the future. TENNIS As a whole, Tennis has not been quite so encouraging this season as before. The boys’ singles, played by Enos Campbell, were the most successful, losing only one match, to Madison. Enos won the Southwestern Illinois Championship tournament at Collinsville. The doubles team was not as successful as had been expected. The girls showed every effort, but lacked the necessary punch to win a high place in the conference. 58ORGANIZATIONSJoe Voss, Business Manager, Dorothy Dodge, Editor an Chief, Luther L. Myers, Advisor, Clark Deem, Ass't Bus. Mgr., Feme Turley, Ass't Editor, Margaret Gnerich, Ass't Editor, Herman L. Peek, Ass't Bus. Mgr., Vernon Brickcy, Ass't Editor, Burmce Smith, Ass't Editor, Hilda Brown, Art Editor, Maurice Yancey, Ass't Bus. Mgr., Leon Meyer, Ass't Bus. Mgr., Harold Cordes, Ass't Bus. Mgr., Edgar Paul, Ass't Bus. Mgr., Frank Pickard, Snapshot Editor. 61First Row: Eleanor Langham, Selma Shapiro, Dewain Nevins, Ward Stallings, Ed. Watson, Arthur Ritcher, Pauline Ross, Betty Blair, Patricia Swain. Second Row: Robert Warner, Virginia Browne, Margaret Faris, Dorothy Richter, Lorene Mabry, Frances Yager, Alice Worden, Ruby Copeland, Sonny Schuessler, Gus Kodros, Robert Ruedin, Marsh Howard. Third Row: Rex Gary, Ellsworth Haynes, Robert Noble, Paul Vance, Wilbur Armstrong, Eugene Christoe, Hugh Jennings, James Sheets, Thomas Head. Hot in Picture: Enos Campbell. Alton High Times It is the purpose of the Alton High Times Staff to promote good scholarship; to preserve school traditions; to encourage clean sportsmanship; to sponsor school activities; and to increase school loyalty. 62— First Row: Frances Yager, Dorothy Dixon, Dorothy Richter, Joyce Cook, Myra Williams, Elizabeth Lynn, Marvel Kinnon, Clarice Cope, June Pitts, Hilda Brown. Second Row: Nelson Horn, Boh Montgomery, Pauline Ross, Ruth Bonn, Boh Schaller, Ralph Scheffel, Willard Bruce. Third Row: Jack Thorpe, Joe Voss, George Staten, Tom Head, William Eisenreich, James Harmon. Art Club William Eisenreich June Pitts......... Dorothy Dixon .... Willard Bruce. . President V ice-President .....Secretary . . Treasurer The Art Club was organized in 1931 under the sponsorship of Miss Williamson. The purpose of the club is to promote worthy art activities in the school. A student must have one year of art and a grade of “B" to be eligible to membership in the club. 63First Row: Anna Mae Weigant, Ruth Paul, Virginia Brainerd, Alice Bartlett, Eleanor Langham, Dorothy Richter. Second Row: Mary Lee Wendt, Helen Green, Wanda Breece, Dorothy Graessle, Mary Ann McManus, Joyce Cook, Susan Cox, Myra Williams. Third Row: Eugenia Smith, Adaline Wilkening, Arlene Williams, Mildred Bruegge- man, Virginia Stiles, Alice Mayes, Eleanor Yaeger. Girls’ Glee Club Virginia Stiles..........................................President Mildred Brueggeman....................................Secy.-Treas. Dorothy Richter.....................................Publicity Mgr. The Girls' Glee Club was organized in the fall of 1928, under Miss Harriett Rumsey. During the years 193T32 it continued under the leadership of Miss Virginia Kagy. This year the club has as its conductor, Mr. C. S. Porter. The club has appeared at Roosevelt Junior High School, East Junior High School, Western Military Academy, and at Graduation Exercises. 64First Row: C. S. Porter, Marcus Youngberg, Sigmund Reid, Dewain Nevins, Vernon Brickey, Harold Horsley, Bob Montgomery, Herman Peek, Dorothy Dodge. Second Row: Wesley Sondles, Leonard Shearburn, Marsh Howard, Frederick Theen, Ford Modes, Billy Scroggins, Clarence Herndon, Homer Grenzeback. Boys’ Glee Club Dewain Nevins............................................President Homer Grenzebach....................................Vice-President Marcus Youngberg.........................................Secretary Ford Modes, Jack Shine..................................Librarians Herman L. Peek......................................Publicity Mgr. Dorothy Dodge..........................................Accompanist The Boys’ Glee Club has just finished the busiest year in its history. The club has been popular at many entertainments here in Alton, and has also appeared in other near-by cities. During the year the club has appeared at Collinsville, Edwardsville, and Wood River High Schools. The Glee Club has proved to be one of the school's best representatives, in that it spreads good-will and friendship for our school wherever it appears. Through its excellent presentations under the direction of Mr. C. S. Porter, the club has gained a reputuition in Southwestern Illinois, as an outstanding musical organization. 65First Row: Alice Worden, Ruth Cousley, Frances Yager, June Pitts, Mary Ann McManus. Second Row: Patricia Swain, Eleanor Winter, Jeanne Giberson, Jean Cousley, Margaret Gnerich, Nell Gere. N.ot in Picture: Georgine Olin, Dorothy Dunster, Jane Watkins, Helen Jennings, Julia Brooks, Shirley Stiles, Eugenia Gerner. Girls’ Auxiliary Frances Yager........................................President Alice Worden....................................Vice-President Shirley Stiles....................................Secy.-Treas. The Girls' Auxiliary Council was organized in 1928 for the sole purpose of serving our school. The members of this organization attempt to promote a fine spirit of fellowship among the girls, to perform gladly any service required, to act as sisters to underclass girls, and to contribute in every way to raise the morale of the girl student body to the highest possible standard. 66First Row: Bill Kodros, Stanley Edsall, Cy Fischer, Tom Harris, Wm. Eisenreich, Nelson Winslade, Russell Logan. Second Row: Rex Gary, Arthur Wuellner, Marsh Howard, Herschel Funkhauser, Ward Stallings, John Harris. Third Row: Marion Childers, Bob Gearing, Sonny Schuessler, Gus Kodros. Not in Picture: Enos Campbell, Earl Mundell, T. G. Turner, Ray Ashlock, Archie Kodros, Nelson Roller. Boys’ Cabinet Tom Harris..............................................President Gus Kodros.........................................Vice-President Marion Childers......................................Secy.-Treas. The Boys’ Cabinet was formed in January, 1928. It consists of two boys from each class, and six from the school at large. The aim of the group is to focus student opinion, to build school spirit and loyalty, to encourage beneficial activities, and to serve the school. 67First Row: Claire Rawson, Mary Lee Wendt, Dorothy Dodge, Jean Cousley, Maurice Geigel, Melba Cooper, Hilda Brown, Helen Green, Alice Bartlett. Second Row: Sonny Schuessler, Jack Roadhouse, Alice Worden, Alice Mayes, Virginia Stiles, Mildred Brueggeman, Selma Shapiro, Helen Breyfogle, Arthur Ritcher. Third Row: Robert Harms, Erwin Thompson, Clark Deem, Robert Warner, Ember Corwin, Amber Corwin, Kenneth Cooper, Dewain Nevins. Not in Picture: Burnice Smith. National Honor Society Ruby Copeland...........................................President Sonny Schuessler...................................Vice-President Arthur Ritcher.......................................Secy.-Trees. The Alton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society was chartered in the spring of 1927, with eleven members. Since that time one hundred and thirty-one have become members. The purpose of the society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate the desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage a development of character among the students of Alton High School. Each semester the faculty elects as members of the organization not more than fifteen per cent of the 4-1 class, all of whom must rank in the upper third of their class scholastically. However, this requirement is co-ordinate with leadership, character, and service in estimating the eligibility of the students. 68First Row: Margaret Gnerich, Alice Worden, Alice Mayes, Dorothy Dodge, Hilda Brown, Frances Yager, Fern Turley, Ruby Copeland. Second Row: Edward Watson, Marjorie Kelly, Pauline Ross, Jeanne Giberson, Maurice Geigel, Margaret Faris, Audrey Elliott, Eleanor Langham, Robert Harms. Third Row: Arthur Ritcher, Sonny Schuessler, Erwin Thompson, Ward Stallings, Clark Deem, Robert Warner, Dewain Nevins. J [ot in Picture: Burnice Smith, James Sheets, Marsh Howard, Wilbur Armstrong, Eugene Christoe, Betty Blair, Patricia Swain, Shirley Stiles, Selma Shapiro. Quill and Scroll Arthur Ritcher..............................................President Dewain Nevins..........................................Vice-President Ferne Turley................................................Secretary The Lovejoy Chapter of Quill and Scroll was formed in 1927- It is an international honorary society for high school journalists founded for the purpose of encouraging and rewarding individual merits on either the school paper or the annual. Students must have done excellent work in some phase of journalistic field and must be in the upper third of the class. They are selected by the supervisors and approved by the National secretary-treasurer. List year the chapter was one of twenty-two schools receiving distinguished rating for work done during the year. The sponsors are Miss Rutledge and Mr. Myers. 69First Row: Billy Bennett, Elizabeth Luer, Elaine Blunt, Jean Cousley, Jeanne Giberson, Selma Shapiro, Margaret Faris, Mildred Brueggeman. Second Row: Leonard Shearburn, Sonny Schuessler, Marjory Kelly, Louise Lampert, Pauline Ross, Virginia Stiles, Betty Blair, Herman Peek. Third Row: Bill Birney, Clark Deem, Vernon Brickey, Dan Morgenroth, Don Sargent. Fourth Row: Louis Putze, Ward Stallings, Robert Ruedin, Dewain Nevins. Dramatic Club Membership in the Dramatic Club is obtained through tryouts. This year was the eighth of its existence in Alton High School. To aid in the development of the dramatic ability of its members, one-act plays or short sketches presented at the regular meetings were directed, produced, and played by the students. The Dramatic Club gave two three-act plays during the year. The first, a light comedy, “The King Rides By” was given December 4, 1932. The other play, Sheridan's "The Rivals was given April 6, 1933. Both plays were under the direction of Miss Mildred Rutledge. 70Left to Right: Sonny Schuessler, Virginia Browne, Clark Deem, Robert Ruedin, Donald Sargent, Dewain Nevins, Bob Montgomery, Selma Shapiro, James Harmon, Sigmund Reid, Herman Peek, June Pitts, Marjory Kelly. “The Rivals” Faulkland. Julia..... Fag....... Boy....... Sonny Schuessler Virginia Browne .... Clark Deem . . Robert Ruedin Thomas................................................Donald Sargent Capt. Absolute........................................Dewain J evins Sir Anthony Absolute.....................Robert Montgomery Mrs. Malaprop..................................Selma Shapiro Sir Lucius O'Trigger...................................James Harmon David................................................Sigmund Reid Bob Acres.....................................Herman L. Peek Lucy....................................................June Pitts Lydia Languish.......................................Marjory Kelly 71First Row: Marjory Kelly, Jeanne Giberson, Selma Shapiro. Second Row: Sonny Schuessler, Dewain Nevins, Vernon Brickey, Leonard Shearburn Hot in Picture: James Harmon, Louis Putze, Herman L. Peek. National Thespians Sonny Schuessler......................................President Dewain Nevins....................................Vice-President Selma Shapiro......................................Secy.-Treas. The National Thespians, a dramatic honor society for high school students, troupe No. 126, was organized in Alton High School in March, 1932, having Misses Mildred Rutledge and Lauretta Paul as sponsors. There were eight charter members. Since then more students have been admitted. To be qualified for membership the student must have successfully acted either one major role, or must have appeared in not less than two acts with not less than seventy speeches. Minor roles of thirty or more speeches will count as equivalent to a major role in a short play. Efficient work as business manager or stage manager for two long plays may be accepted as meeting the requirements of membership. Staff work, such as a carpenter, property man, electrician, or work in scene painting, costume making, and designing, may be credited toward membership as equivalent to minor roles. 72Left to Right: Billie Bennett, Louis Putze, Herman Peek, Margaret Faris, Dan Morgenroth, Selma Shapiro, Sonny Schuessler, Pauline Ross, Leonard Shearhurn, Jean Cousley, Dewain Nevins, Marjory Kelly. “The King Valeria..................... Captain Wheatley............ Stuffy...................... Cecily Dorset............... Judge Dorset................ Loranda..................... Cash McCord................. Baroness von Esterbrook..... Simmons..................... Kate........................ Hal......................... Deborah..................... Rides By” .................Billie Bennett ....................Louis Putze ...................Herman Peel{ .................Margaret Faris .................Dan Morgenroth ..................Selma Shapiro ...............Sonny Schuessler ..................Pauline Ross .............Leonard Shearhurn ..................Jean Cousley .................Dewain FJevins ..................Marjory Kelly 73 First Row: Dorothy March, Lorene Mabry, Harriett Walker, Betty Kocher, Margaret Tate, Ann Louise Shine, Charlotte Day, Julia Gossrau, Isabel Gregory. Second Row Kenneth Boyd, Dorothy Dunster, Alvina Kohle, Mary Lee Wendt, Margaret Gnerich, Vera Souris, Melba Gvillo, Alice Worden, Ruby Copeland, Frances Fettinger. Third Row: Louis Mohler, Ralph Bennett, Dan Morgenroth, Jean Taggart, Ruth Paul, Elizabeth Landiss. Fourth Row: Ruth Johnston, Alice Mayes, Louise Lampert, Jain Evans, Charles Veatch. Latin Club Alice Mayes..............................................President Margaret Gnerich................................... Vice-President Dorothy March.........................................Secy.-Treas. The Latin Club was organized in January, 1930. The purpose of this organization is to increase the interest of the students in Roman civilization and to increase the knowledge of Rome today. 74First Row: Isabel Fundel, Elizabeth Luer, Melba Cooper, Jeanne Giberson, Jean Cousley, Marjory Kelly, Hilda Brown, Hallie Hill. Second Row: Thomas Blazier, Eugenia Smith, Virginia Steiner, Virginia Wright, Maurice Geigel, Doris Sutton, Pauline Ross, Mabel Attebery, Clara Mae Sauerwein. Third Row: Margaret Faris, Kathryn Handler, Clark Deem, Robert Warner, Robert Sidner, Herman Schippers, Robert Chevalley. French Club Robert Warner.........................................President Robert Sidner....................................Vice-President Hilda Brown........................................Secy.-Treas. The French Club was organized in Alton High School in 1929. Those students of the French III and IV Classes who have a grade of “C” or above may become members of the club. The purpose is to promote ability in reading and conversation of the French language and to increase the knowledge and appreciation of French culture. Features of the programs have been speakers, picnics, and games. Miss Emma Phillips is the sponsor of the club. 75Fnst Row: Wm Eisenrich, Cy Fischer, Howard Kress, Tom Harris, Gus Kodros, Rex Gary, Bill Kodros, Enos Campbell. Second Roto: Kenneth Cooper, Sonny Schuessler, Henry Haworth, James Sheets. Maurice Geigel, Jiack Thorpe, Jack Roadhouse, Herschel Funkhauser, Russell Logan. Ralph Kress, Marion Childers. “A” Club Gus Kodros..............................................President Enos Campbell......................................Vice-President Sonny Schuessler.....................................Secy.-Treas. The “A" Club, founded in 1929, under the sponsorship of Coach Ray Jackson, had twenty-six charter members. The personnel of the club consists of all athletes; promotes sportsmanship, clean living and careful training, and to regulate and enforce the wearing of the official insignia. 76First Row: Ruth Bonn, Minerva Kieselhorst, Melba Cooper, Elizabeth Luer, Catherine Etter, Marian Davis, Marian Breyfogle. Second Row: Wanda Breece, Lois Young, Helen Breyfogle, Marjory Kelly, Arlene Williams, Pauline Johnson, Betty Windsor. Third Row: Jane Watkins, Virginia Wright, Dorothy Strickland. G. A. A. Nell Gere..................................................President Minerva Kieselhorst...................................Vice-President Shirley Stiles..........................................Secy.-Treas. The Girls’ Athletic Association was organized in 1928, and has been successfully sponsored by Miss Letha McCausland for the past three years. The purpose of the club is to stimulate an interest in girls' athletics and to promote standards of health and sportsmanship. Regulation letters are awarded to those upholding these ideals and fulfilling all requirements of training rules. 77First Row: Ormand Show, Edgar Paul, Eugene Christoe, Frank Schmidt, Arthur Ritcher, Clark Deem, Elmer Rothaug, Wilbur Armstrong. Second Row: Thomas Blazier, John Harris, Marcus Youngberg, Leroy Boedecker, Maurice Geigel, Paul Kasinger, Leon Meyer, Charles Ruedin, William Jackson, Mr. Freeman. Third Row: Kenneth Patterson, Ben Moore, Jefferson Collier, Marsh Howard, Wendell Mayfield. Hi-Y Club Eugene Christoe William Jackson Ben Moore..... Elmer Rothaug. President Vice-President .....Secretary . . . Treasurer The Hi-Y is a junior Y. M. C. A. organization for high school boys. It was first organized in 1920. The purpose of the club is to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. The platform is clean speech, clean scholarship, clean sports, and clean living. A prospective member must be a sophomore before he is eligible for election into the organization. 78First Row: Melba Cooper, Winona Voss, Marjory Pipkin, Alice Sawyer, Elaine Sanders, Dorothy Mitchell, Sarah Emmerson, Virginia Breyfogle, Wanda Breece, Ruth Paul, Alice Bartlett, Jeanne Giberson, Jean Cousley, Marjory Kelly, Second Row: Minerva Keiselhorst, Billie Holladay, Donna Comstock, Patricia Fairbanks, Virginia Bryant, Sally Vorhees, Mary Louise Collins, Ruth Bonn, Helen Breyfogle, Arlene Williams, Jeanne Gething, Nell Gere. Third Row: Lavina Gaffney, Doris Shewmake, Louise Lampert, Doris Sutton, Lucille Reed, Jean Taggart, Mabel Attebery, Mary Blackard, Dorothy Clayton, Miss Jane Plummer. Fourth Row: Mrs. Foster, Audrey Elliott, Pat Swain, Virgia Hinrichs, Betty Hickey, Ruth Cousley, Lois Young, Lucille Lewis, Jennie Misegades, Elizabeth Landiss, Marvel Kinnon. Fifth Row: Lorraine Roennicke, Mildred Hechler, Ruth Johnston, Dorothy Hart. Girl Reserves Alice Bartlett . . . Vernell McKinney Elaine Sandner. . Nell Gere........ President Vice-President .....Secretary . Treasurer The Girl Reserves of this school were organized in 1924. The purpose is to live up to the standards of Christian citizenship and to be thoughtful in our associations and friendships. Committees are appointed to help the officers, and a cheer leader is also chosen. They have enjoyed many activities during the year. 79First Row: Jack Fischer, Marshall Selkirk, Lorene Mabry, Marian Breyfogle, Elaine Blunt, Pearl Mitchell, Marie Schnell, Nelle Weiss, Helen Green. Second Row: Frank Bails, C. S. Porter, George Etter, Arlan Pullen, John Jehle, Fred Taylor, John Bartee, Phillip Polster, Roy Brown, Eugene Buckshot, Herman Schippers. Third Row: Clifford Manlove, Lewis Jenkins, James Barker, Clinton Bosley, Murrel Muessel, Thomas Head. A[ot in Picture: Lorraine Schnell, Pauline Souris, Frank Vozak, Bethume des Jardines, Harold Horsley, John Mitchell. Orchestra Helen Greene.........................................President Thomas Head.....................................Vice-President Albert Favre.........................................Secretary Pearl Mitchell.......................................Treasurer The Alton High School Orchestra, organized in 1924, has steadily improved under the conductorship of Mr. C. S. Porter. The roster includes: Violins: Marshal Selkirk, Lorene Mabry, Marian Breyfogle, Elaine Blunt, Marie Schnell, Frank Boals, George Etter, Arlan Pullen, John Jehle, Fred Taylor, John Bartee, Roy Brown, Eugene Buckshot, Lorraine Schnell, Pauline Souris, Frank Vozak, Bethume des Jardines. Viola: Pearl Mitchell. Cellos: Herman Schippers. Clarinet: Clinton Bosley. Oboe: Murrel Muessel. Trombone: James Barker. Bass Viol: Thomas Head. Comets: Clifford Manlove, Lewis Jenkins, John Mitchell. Piano: Helen Green. Trumpet: Harold Horsley. 80First Row: Dewain Nevins, Lewis Jenkins, Harold Paul, Arthur Ritcher, William Fischer, Harold Horsley, Arthur Long, William Abbott, Murrel Muessel, Frank Koukle, C. S. Porter. Second Roto: Herbert Beck, Edgar Nowatne, Clifford Manlove, John Armstrong, Cornelius Ruckman, H. L. Harmon, Charles Ruedin, Charles Green, Louis Veltjes, Mit-ford Moxey, Keith Carothers. Third Row: Nelson Horn, James Harmon, James Barker, Thomas Head, Harding Veigel, John Jehle, Matthew Horn. Not in Picture: Robert Alexander, Harold Horsley, Henry Lenhardt, Earl Bergesch, Thomas Blazier, Harold Eyster, Albert Favre, Joe Reau, Cornelius Ruckman, Mack Weiss. Band Arthur Ritcher..............................................President Frank Koukle...........................................Vice-President Arthur Long.........................................Sect, and Trees. James Barker...............................................Properties Harold Paul, Harold Horsley................................Librarians The Alton High School Band is an outstanding school organization. It has grown and improved under the leadership of Mr. C. S. Porter. The band serves the school and the community on many occasions. During the last year it has played at football and basketball games, assemblies, parades. In April they participated in the Southwestern Division of the Illinois Band Contests, and tied for first place with Granite City. 81First Row: Mary Lee Wendt, Selma Shapiro, Alice Bartlett, Maurice Geigel, Harriett Walker, Edith Sheets, Dorothy Hart, Alice Mayes. Second Row: Claire Rawson, Mildred Barrow, Alice Worden, Pauline Ross, Melba Gvillo, Virginia Stiles, Evelyn Ward, Virginia McCalley, Ruby Copeland, June Pitts. Third Row: Robert Noble, Truman Barrow, Rex Gary, Erwin Thompson, Robert Harms, Edward Watson. Creative Writing Club Alice Worden...........................................President Ruby Copeland.....................................Vice-President June Pitts..........................................Secy.-Trees. Melba Gvillo...........................................Librarian The Creative Writing Club was organized in September, 1931, under the sponsorship of Miss Lauretta Paul. The aim of the society is to foster creative writing ability among the students. Membership is open to those students of the junior and senior classes, who, by vote of the teachers of English, show most promise in creative writing. Membership is limited to twenty-five. 82First Row: Patricia Fairbanks, Mildred Barrow, Eleanor Winter, Audrey Elliott, Mildred Rain, Ada Mae Patton, Lucille Reed, Hazel Stillwell. Second Row: Miss Lowry, Virginia Bryant, Virginia Deucker, Roberta Ferguson, Kathryn Handler, Doris Shewmake, Helen Breyfogle, Wanda Breece. Third Row: Clark Deem, Joe Voss, Robert Warner, Elmer Rothaug. Contemporary Literature Club Audrey Elliott.................................President Lucille Reed..............................Vice-President Wanda Breece................................Secy.-Treas. The Contemporary Literature Club was formed in January, 1931. The purpose of the club is to discuss writings of the twentieth century and acquaint students with modern writers and their material. Membership consists of juniors and seniors. Miss Nancy Lowry is sponsor of the club. 83First Row: Louise Lampert, Doris Sutton, Marjory Kelly, Jane Watkins, Lois Young, Dorothy Strickland, Arlene Williams, Ruth Watkins, Betty Windsor, Marvel Kinnon, Virgia Hinrichs. Second Row: Marian Breyfogle, Neva Neikirk, Beulah Zarecor, Elizabeth Landiss, Mary Lee Wendt, Helen Breyfogle, Pauline Johnson, Eugenia Strickland, Elizabeth Luer, Virginia Wright, Marian Davis, Marcella Oglesby, Dorothy Bosley, Georgia Worden, Charlotte Day. Third Row: Patricia Swain, Audrey Elliott, Jeanne Gething, Jean Cousley, Jeanne Giberson, Ruth Cousley, Juanita Lessner, Harriet Smith. P. E. P. Club Dorothy Strickland..................................President Louise Lampert...................................Secy.-Treas. The Girls' Pep squad was organized in 1930. Its purpose is to develop better school spirit and loyalty in the student body, to add strength, courage, and moral support to all athletic teams. The members are required to wear regulation uniforms of white sweaters and white skirts, must have sportsmanship, and attend all meetings and games. All new members are voted on by the entire club. 84First Row: Sigmund Reid, Jack Jehle, Paul Vance, Robert Meyer, Eugene Christoe, Kent Dalton, Frank Schmidt, Hugh Jennings. Second Roto. Don Sargent, Robert Noble, Paul Ross, Wilbur Armstrong, Ormand Show, Cy Fischer, Edward Watson, Leon Meyer. Hot in Picture: John Armstrong, Dick Abbott, Ray Ashlock, Walter Bartow, Fred Godwin, Don McCoy, George Mueller. Piwanag Club Eugene Christoe....................................President Paul Vance....................................Vice-President Paul Ross.......................................Secy.-Trees. The Piwanag Club has been organized to furnish a contact between the Alton High School and the Piasa Bird Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The group's purpose is to develop an interest in older scout work and to find a means for making scout work popular in the school. Membership is limited to active scouts who have passed their first class tests and who are approved by a majority of the members of the club. 85First Row: Virgia Hinrichs, Margaret Gnerich, Billy Bennett, Betty Blair, Mildred Brueggeman, Elizabeth Luer, Louise Lamport, Doris Sutton. Second Row: Robert Harms, Donald Sargent, Robert Ruedin, Dan Matthews, Thomas Blazier. Marionette Club Robert Ruedin........................................President Helen Jennings..................................Vice-President Doris Sutton......................................Secy.-Treas. The Marionette Club was organized in the spring of 1932 with Miss Alice Gates as sponsor. The purpose of the club is to provide practice in constructing and manipulating puppets. The club gave two presentations of the play "Cinderella" last year. One was given at Shurtleff College, the other at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. This spring they presented the play "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves" in the High School Auditorium, at the Milton Heights Baptist Church, and at the First Baptsist Church. 86ADVERTISING and FEATURESAlphabetic Index of Advertisers Page Alton Automobile Co.. 107 Alton Baking Catering Co.. 101 Alton Brick Co...................... 92 Alton Floral Co..................... 97 Alton Gas Co........................ 97 Alton Laundry Co.................... 94 Alton Light Power Co. 97 Barnard 6? Williamson. . 94 Bauer Barter Shop Beauty Parlor. 97 Beiser-Gent Grocery.................107 Dee Floral Co.......................105 Ernst Electric Shop.................110 First National Bank Trust Co.. . 105 Gem Theatre.........................105 Giberson Insurance Agency...........105 Godwin, W. 1....................... 112 Grand Theatre...................... 112 Hallam Sandwich Shop...... 110 Hartmann, L. J., Clothing...........109 International Shoe Co...............105 Karmelkorn Shop Tea Room. . . 97 Kerr's Drug Store.................. Ill Laclede Steel Co....................109 Lampert Bottling Works............. 110 Melling Gaskins Printing Co.........Ill Page Mineral Springs Hotel 109 Nitsche’s Drug Store................ 109 Noll's Bakery....................... 103 Paul, E. F., Drug Store . . 103 Rock Poole Pharmacy...... 92 Princess Theatre.................... 112 Red White Stores................. 112 Reilley Bros......................... 97 De Lafayette Reid, Dentist . 112 Reiss Studio........................ 107 Ross, Chas. E., Hardware Co.. 110 Ryrie, Geo. M. Co....................101 Sessel's.............................Ill Sewell Service Station...............107 Springman Lumber Co...................97 Streeper Funeral Homes........ 92 Threde Auto Co...................... 105 Todd's Cleaning is? Dyeing. . 109 Tri-City Grocery Co.................. 94 Van Preter's........................ 103 Vogue............................... 103 Voss Radio Service...................109 Walnut Grove Dairy...................101 Well's Tire Sales. . ..........101 Western Cartridge Co.......... .90 Winkler's Recreation Hall 88 Millers Mutual Fire Insurance Ass'n 112 112CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 6. Mr. Hanna spoke to student IxxJy at our first Assembly. 14. No Assembly. 22. Coach Wood from Shurtleff. 28. Quill and Scroll Assembly. OCTOBER 5. Professor Sonquest frcm Shurtleff. 19. “Hi-Y" Assembly. Coach Ccnrelman frcm Washington U. spoke. 26. National Thespians. Miss Ann Corbett from Shurtleff. NOVEMBER 2. No Assembly. 16. Capt. Moore from Western talked on guns. 23. Pep Assembly (Football queen crowned.) 30. Quill and Scroll. Professor Allen from Shurtleff. DECEMBER 7- Hcr.cr Society. Paul Clapp, soloist. Lcuise Bartlett, pianist. 14. Taller Assembly. Western Glee Club. Football letters awarded by Coach Jackson. 21. "Why Chimes Rang Cut.” Harpist, Ella Pfeiffenberger. JANUARY 4. No Assembly. 11. Mixed Chorus and Boys’ Glee Club. 22. Baccalaureate Service for mid-year class. 24. Mid-year Class banquet. FEBRUARY 10. Alton defeated Belleville 29-11. 14. Gym fire. 21. Collinsville wins to the tune of 24 to 19. MARCH 3. Altcn closed basketball conference defeating Edwardsville 13-12. 9. Times popularity contest. Collinsville took us out of the district tournament 25-13 22. Ten basketball letters awarded by Coach Jackson. APRIL 5. Primary vote on May Queen. 6. "The Rivals” given by Dramatic Club. 14. Band goes to Collinsville and ties for first place. 28. Art exhibit in Music room. 89o- o New PUNCH and POWER for your .22 rifle Super-X .22’s give your rifle much longer range than it ever had before. Due to the WESTERN DOUBLE ACTION powder they have 50% more power and 26% more speed. Instead of just hitting their mark, WESTERN Super-X ,22’s CRASH into it. Super-X long range .22 cartridges have rustless, non-corrosive priming and the famous greaseless Lubaloy bullet in the nickel plated shell. Get a box of these clean, hardhitting .22’s! Your dealer has them in .22 Short, .22 Long, .22 Long Rifle and .22 W. R. F. with solid or hollow point bullets. Made in Your Own Community Used All Over the World WESTERN CARTRIDGE CO., East Alton, 111. 0------------------------------------------O 90CALENDAR—continued MAY 1. Virginia Browne crowned May Queen, and the girls make merry all week. 5. Tatler goes to press with the "Depression Edition" and from here on we guess at what is to happen. 18. St. Louis Symphonic Choir. 22. We float aboard the St. Paul to Hardin and return. JUNE 8. Tatler distribution and the staff calls it a day. 11. Baccalaureate services for June class of 1933. 13. Senior class banquet. 16. OH! Those final grades—and the June Class Commencement exercises. See you next year. CLASS PROPHECY RANDOLPH AUSTIN is a Big success in the cake business. JOHN BANTA is street cleaner in Venice. MILDRED BARROW is manager of Hotel “Stotler." VIOLET BAUER is Dean of Girls at Stephens. ELIZABETH BENNETT is Bobmg around here and there. EARL BERGESCH is spending the winter at the Equator selling cad to the natives. VERNON BRICKEY is kicking the dog around. ELMER BROWNING is manufacturing high collars for giraffes. VIRGINIA BRYANT is busy licking barber poles. AMBER and EMBER CORWIN are doubles at MGM Studios. JEAN COUSLEY is demonstrating curling irons. VIRGINIA DEUCKER is giving ballet lessons in Paris. LEONARD DORNER is burning naptha gas for a nonstop flight to the moon. WILBERT ELE is yell leader at the bull fight in gay Madrid. MARGARET FARIS is instructor of "modernism" in an old fashioned school. LEROY NAUGHTON has perfected a fire-extinguisher which will extinguish the user instead of a fire. HARRY FRENCH is pulling down a big salary as advertiser for the Wiggley Chewing Gum. MAURICE GIEGEL is selling fur-lined shoe strings to the Ethiopians. EVELYN GERBIG, VELMA GRIESBAUM, and KATHERINE HANDLER are prominent women lawyers in northern Russia. JEANNE GIBERSON is ably posing as The Shining Wonder of the World. CECIL GRIESBAUM, OTTO KOLKMEYER, and FRED LENHART are raising green peas to soak in vinegar to make olives. ELLSWORTH HAYNES and JOHN KOEHNE are doing evangelistic work in Anatractia. HENRY HAWORTH is getting along well as manager of a candy factory—he cans everyone who works for him. MATTHEW and NELSON HORN went together and wrote a book called “The Tragedy of the Flea." MARJORIE KELLY has been named head of the Children's Suffrage Commission since the recent publishing of her great book called "How to Spank The Child." REX GARY was last seen in Arkansas with his pants rolled up singing "Mississippi Mud.” CHARLOTTE OVERATH is posing for magazine covers. ADA MAY PATTON is driving a Greyhound Bus from California to New York. MILDRED RAIN is singing over station V. O. S. S. PAULINE ROSS is aiding Eddie Cantor in a tour through Europe. RALPH SCHEFFEL is cooking instructor at Illinois University. MARIE SCHNELL is planning the building of a new university in Illinois located at Alton. LEONARD SHEARBURN is making new cars 91Compliments of Streeper Funeral Homes 2521 Edwards Street Second Lorena Alton, Illinois Wood River, Illinois School Years . . . Rock Poole The years spent in School Buildings teach everyone the value of permanently beautiful brick walls .... Pharmacy The Rexall Store Why not build your home, too, of brick and insure Schoolroom comfort and safety for your family . . . Phone 2044 Alton Brick Co. o 2620 College Avenue o 92CLASS PROPHECY—continued out of old parts. ORMAND SHOW is Master of Ceremonies at St. Louis Night Club. GEORGE STATEN is in part ownership with John D. Rockefeller. VIRGINIA STEINER is bar maid at the greasy "Donut Inn." HAZEL STILLWELL is a substitute for Marie Dressier. GILBERT STOTLER is elevator boy in the Empire Building, New York City. MARY SUIT is a designer of ladies' garments at Young's. PEARL THOMAS is Principal of Alton High. JACK THORPE is a Stunt Flyer in Hollywood. CAROLINE WALTER is going to take charge of an orphanage at Wood River. EVERETT WILKINS is crown bearer for King George. VIRGINIA WRIGHT, at the age of seventy-one, is still using her scholarship. ROSE ZIEGENFUSS is the new "Sylvia of Hollywood.” JOE VOSS is Director of Radio Research at Columbia. CLARK DEEM is heavyweight champion of Forkeyville. RUTH BONN is running a grocery store at Bonnville. LEONARD BARR is Instructor at the “Barr's Latest" School of Dancing. OLA BARNETT is Instructor of gym at Pickneyville. JAMES BARKER is Director of Music of Flunkeyville. WILBUR ARMSTRONG is manager of Red White Stores. EILEENE McFARLANE is trying to solve the problem: “What makes the kitchen sink?” HOWARD KRESS is Coach of Pingpong at Alton High School. HALLIE HILL—Starring Hallie Hill at Tom Murphy's Night Club in 1944 Follies. HAROLD HORSLEY, latest contortionist at Bunker Hill. TOM HARRIS is Coach of Javelin Throwing at Goose Creek Academy. CHESTER CLARK is Alton's latest "Ladies Man." CATHERINE ETTER is head nurse of the Boothia Peninsula. LORENE MABRY, 1943 Queen of the Gun Molls. BLANCHE MEYER is stenographer to F. W. Woolworth. WENDELL MAYFIELD is Editor of the Rutledge Daily. ALICE MAYES is housekeeper at the Nevins' Boarding House. DEWAIN NEVINS is Manager and Owner of the Nevins' Boarding House. JANE MAHONEY is flying the 'male.' MARY ANN McMANUS has become the outstanding toe dancer on Braidway. MARCUS YOUNGBERG has attained the position as Cheese of Police of Fosterburg. MAURICE YANCEY is a tester of Beauty Rest Mattresses. ALICE WORDEN is operating a pigeon farm in California. NELSON WINSLADE is champion ski jumper of the United States. ALBERT WILSON is head of the Exec. Committee of Wilson, Wilson. Wilson Co. VIVIAN WILLETT is operator of a beauty parlor in Calcutta, India. T. G. TURNER is hunting dandylions in Africa. FERNE TURLEY is a trapeze actress with Barnum and Bailey. HELEN BARTELS is hostess to a night club in New York. GEARLE BINGHAM is bookkeeper and stenographer for J. P. Morgan 6? Co. HARRIETT BOETTGER is making a tour of Europe as the Queen of All Concert Violinists. CLINTON BOSLEY is instructor of Clarinet at Monticello Seminary. VIRGINIA BRAINERD has just published a book on “How to Drive a Car.” HARRY BROOKS is known as the best garbage collector of Chicago. WILLARD BRUCE is the pastor of the New Methodist Church. HILDA BROWN has made much of her talents and has become America’s leading artist ENOS CAMPBELL has filled the vacancy left by Miss Mildred Rutledge at Alton High as professor of Journalism. JAMES CANNON has become the sole proprietor of Barth's Pharmacy. AUDREY ELLIOTT has just been awarded the Dawes’ Life Saving Medal. WILLIAM EISEN-REICH is now the best and most respected of New York's dog chasers. LOUISE EHLERS is official dishwasher at the White House. DOROTHY DIXON is trying to decide "Why Is A Horse?" LILLIAN DeLONG has married Mr. DeShort. IVAN CROUCH now is Sir Ivan, cartoonist of the Alton Evening Telegraph. DELLA CRAWFORD is Belle of New Orleans’ Mardigras. RUBY COPELAND is President of Nabau Islands. CLAIRE RAWSON is in jail. She was fined for speeding. JOAN EVANS is selling soda to Ghandi. PATRICIA FAIRBANKS is busy Reeding. LaFAYETTE 93Extra Quality At No Higher Price — At The Tri-City Grocery Co. Stores Ask for C. W. BRAND FOODSTUFF for Added Flavor A Full Line of Fresh Meat Barnard and Alton Williamson Laundry Co. Registered Pharmacist LAUNDERERS Always in Charge DRY CLEANERS RUG CLEANERS Films Left Before 10 a. m. Ready to go at 6 p. m. Phones: 172—173 Vortex Fountain Service 909 E. Broadway, Alton, 111.CLASS PROPHECY-continued FIELDS has run Walter Wmchell out of business. PAULINE FRENCH is head of a home for old maids and other cats. NATHALIE GARDNER is still looking for answers to her questions. JEANNE GETH1NG is broadcasting on the Lucky Strike Hour. KENNETH GLEN is selling ice to the Eskimos. HELEN GREEN is manufacturing soap for naughty boy’s mouths. CHRISTINE HALE is still a strong advocate of “Better late than never.” ROBERT HARMS owns a pony ranch—(Litin ponies). DOROTHY HARRIS is a giggle(o) in Timbucktwo. DOROTHY HART, substituting for Kate Smith, still waits for the moon to come over the mountain. THOMAS HEAD has joined ‘Snoopnagle and Bud' in radio broadcasting. MILDRED HECHLER and ADDIA MAE HOWARD are waiting to see if Parker House rolls. ETHEL HELMKAMP is manufacturing false teeth for old dogs. KENNETH HENKHAUS is selling gas balloons. He thinks things are going up. EILEEN IRWIN is teaching Latin in Lativia. CHARLES JOURDAIN is sifting sand for spinach. PAUL KASINGER owns a store for hungry moths and grasshoppers. MINERVA KIESELHORST is working in a needle factory trying to get the point. ANNA KLEEMAN is culturing beauties. HERMAN PEEK is in Greenland trying to catch the drift. ETHEL KIMBALL is in a Love Nest. CLARICE COPE is studying dope. MELBA COOPER is America's most notorious gun moll. KENNETH COOPER won the name of America's foremost football star. DONNA COMSTOCK is a very sedate housekeeper for any nice old batchelor. HELEN BREYFOGLE has been disappointed in love and has decided to be an old maid. IDA CANHAM is hunting the Golden Gate so she can get rich. ELLISON CANNON is preparing to swim the Atlantic. EUGENE CHRISTOE and JEFFERSON COLLIER are the dignified batchelors and farmers and come to town only for the fairs and circus. VIRGINIA BROWNE is mannequin for W. T. Grant’s dresses. SONNY SCHUESS-LER -President and owner of the United States Roller Skating Confederation. EDITH SHEETS is posing for notebook covers. JAMES SHEETS is running a Possum and Cabbage farm in Cairo, Illinois. EUGENIA SMITH has gone away with her guitar. DONALD SNYDER is feeder of the elephants at BarnunvBailey Circus. DOROTHY SPANIOL is now owner of the A. P. Chain stores. DOROTHY STRICKLAND has gained a million. DICK SWAIN is head gardener in the secluded society district of Alton, 111. DORIS TAYLOR has gone to Italy to win the Pope. ERWIN THOMPSON is President of Smith's Institute. HARRIETT WALKER is toe dancer and chorus girl in Zeigfield Follies. ROBERT WARNER is Professor of Journalism at Oxford, England. EILEEN WEBB is Secretary-Treasurer of Planters Peanut Company. LEORA MEYER is private secretary of Henry Ford. ROBERT MEYER is Algebra Professor at Columbia University. GLENNON MIESSNER is Leader of Alton Community Band. MARGARET MONFORT ‘See Madame Monfort for advice on how to reduce on love.' BOB MONTGOMERY is now the greatest singer and actor in Metropolitan Opera. CARL MORGAN has gone into partnership with VERNELL McKINNEY at the Big Ten Lunch Shop. RUTH PAUL is president of the Salvation Army. DOROTHY PETERS, ELAINE SANDERS, and ALICE SAWYER are confederate ice cream fiends. FRANK PICKARD is planning to take Harpo Marx's place. HELEN REED is said to be Michael Angelo's only rival. EDNA REEL is Matron of the Alton Orphanage. DOROTHY RICHTER is to be the next First Lady of the Land. ARTHUR RITCHER will horn his way to fame. JACK ROADHOUSE has Stiled his way to success. ELMER ROTHAUG is master of ceremonies at the Old Ladies Home. CHARLES RUEDIN, JACK RULON, and ROBERT SCHALLER are ideal husbands (now) for any sweet, young thing. DOROTHY SCHINDEWOLF—the Ambassadorians called her. FRANK SCHMIDT is heavyweight champion—his manager is DALE. LORRAINE SCHNELL is substituting for RubinofF in St. Louis. 95Reilley Bros. Incorporated Chevrolet SALES and SERVICE Broadway and George Phone 972 EVERYTHING IN LUMBER AND MILL WORK Springman Lumber Co. Phone 210 Broadway and Cherry Street Compliments Bauer Barber Shop Alton and Beauty Parlor Light Power Co. 4 Solicit a Share of Your Patronage Alton Gas Co. Phone 2527 210 Piasa St. Compliments of Alton Floral Co. I RMELKORN JL LEO WILLIS Shop Tea Room Phone 3544 Phone 180 Alton. 111. 166 East Broadway 97ORIGINAL IDLAS FOR YOUR ANNUAL s s Til EXES that vividly illus-I rail1 |.l. aaca of your school lift11. I'OEOH SI 'll EX ES of striking Itcaufy l lial rail ln produced economically. DESIGNS of originality for panels, borders anil headings. These ami other features arc1 included in our service when we help you plan your YEAH IIOOK. line en ravin s will inaki1 your hook the nieinora-iile treasure that it should ho. Keep I his idoalof beauty within your budget hy consulting us. HARRISON COMPANY LNGRAVCRS ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI 99100 VCGLE Women’s Apparel INSIST ON Walnut Grove Dairy PASTEURIZED MILK AND PEERLESS ICE CREAM For Health Eat Geo. M. Ryrie A. B. C. Bread Company and Certified Ice Cream WHOLESALE GROCERS oooo PI ASA Alton and Baking Catering ALTON BRANDS Company Phone 123 Front George — 101 Compliments of Van P refer’s Alton’s Best Ready-to-Wear Store BUTTER-KRUST AND FAMILY LOAF BREAD VELVET ICE CREAM “At All Good Dealers" Wells Tire Sales E. F. Paul Prescription Druggist GOODYEAR TIRES VULCANIZING EXIDE BATTERIES ROAD SERVICE EVERYTHING IN THE DRUG LINE Phone 3001 2510 State Street 833 E. Broadway, Alton, 111. Alton, Illinois G 103The Tatler The Giberson Boosts the Insurance Agency Established 1908 “75” Club SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Have Made Us Alton's Largest Agency International SERVICE - QUALITY - PRICE Shoe Co. Phone 363 221 Market St. Office 1500 - Phones - Res. 2435-W Compliments of “Say It With Flowers” First National Dee Floral Co. Bank Trust Member Florist Telegraph Ass’n Company 2524 College Ave. Alton. 111. ru child ioc LiEjIVI Adult 20c Compliments of Threde Auto Co. The Little Theatre With The Big Show .— PACKARD CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH c 105Queen of the May Queen......................................Virginia Browne Crowner...............................................Jane Watkins Crown Bearer........................................Walter Breyfogle Trail Bearer..............................Mary Lou Marsh Maids Honor: Ruth Paul, Melba Cooper, Nell Gere, Alice Worden, Ruth Bonn, Audrey Elliott, Elaine Sandner, Shirley Stiles, Jeanne Gething, Helen Breyfogle. 106 REISS Compliments made the Alton Auto Company Photographs Authorized FORD Dealer for this Book Sewell Service Station Compliments Beiser-Gent Phillips “66” Products U. S. L. Battery Service Groceries and Meats “We Give Eagle Stamps” 2512 State Street Phone 1897 941 College Ave. o Phone 1400801 Laclede Steel Co. Laclede Tube Co. Manufacturers of Hot Rolled Strip Steel Concrete Reinforced Bars Angles and Small Shapes Steel Joists Wire Wire Mesh Steel Pipe-Black Galvanized Standard Rigid Conduit Control of quality begins with the manufacture of the steel in our own open hearth funaces and continues through all subsequent processes. High School Outfitters . . Hartmann’s are complete outfitters of high school men and girls — from head to foot Three floors of smart clothing —staffed by experts. oooo Louis J. Hartmann 94 Years Alton's Leading Clothiers Nitsche’s Alton Drug Store Mineral Springs The Rexall Store Hotel We Give Eagle Stamps Phone 121 639 East Broadway “Alton’s Best” E. J. STUBB1NS, Manager Todd’s Cleaning Voss Radio Service and Dyeing Public Address System Telephone 2229 Phone 1402 1718 Washington Avenue 900 Hawley Avenue Alton, Illinois Alton, Illinois Hallam Sandwich Shop B. R. HALLAM, Proprietor Good Meals Sandwiches Fountain Service 2521 College Avenue Washers Refrigerators Ernst Electric Shop 24 West Broadway Phone 1170 Radio Electrical Appliances DRINK Chas. E. Ross Big Boy Sodas Highest in Quality A Flavor for Every Taste Made in the Most Sanitary Plant in the State HARDWARE FEED Order a Case for the Home Lampert Bottling Works 2520 COLLEGE AVENUE PHONE 2018 ALTON. ILLINOIS iflMelling Gaskins Printing Co. ‘‘When Quality Counts, We Get The Work” Phone 3457 112 West Broadway Alton, Illinois for Speed B. Kerr 25 Years The Men’s Boys’ Compliments of Best Store Kerr’s oooo Drug Store SessaYs On Piasa at Third Gordon C. Kerr Marie Calihan o Ill For Security Compliments of The Red and White Stores Incorporated 1877 Millers Mutual Fire Insurance Association W. I. Godwin De Lafayette Reid DENTIST OFFICE SCHOOL SUPPLIES Everything for the School— X-Ray a Specialty Kindergarten to College Phone 2922-J 204 E. 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