Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1937

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Lb 1?'kJ'L L. LV '7fXJ T Jizz' 'I ' "W A ! , ' 4 an . V ,K rn I 13 EJ ! fu, 1,f Alf 7 I , HE TATLE 1937 WH Volume No 33 f' fy 4 ff q ff f, M 1 5. N I X ,Q Ls. I 1 327 W xg. if I 'Sn Tf EX LIBRIS ,----1 NOW SHOWING THE TATLER h Y The Senior Closs ol Alton l-hgh School on III o N nete h d ed and uh ty se If-4 I -I --.I 1 I" I I' : 1 1 .se I 111V1111s-111.1.-Y11-- I s 1 -- I I I I I 5 I I fs I I f I I I I I I . I . I I I I Publis ed lb 'fi' ' I . : : I . I Alt , in is I g I I i en un r ir - ve : I I I I I I I I 1 1 1- I I --- - I I FQREWCDRD ln tlnis modern day ol moving oietures vve tlie tall ol tlie 1937 latler lwave endeavored to oresent to you tlne lumni and undergraduate9 ol Alton tlwrougln tlie eyes ol a movie camera e sincerely liooe you enioy our drama a if vve ave lneloed in ringing ael4 some ol tlwe pleasant memories ol scliool careers vve ave reaclwed our goal THE STAFF . . . 1 I S . i . A f' e l'ligl'i . . . a daily review ol our seliool activities . I PN l Dedlcohon W It 15 wrth great pleasure that we the members of the 1937 Tatler Staff clezllcate thls volume of th Tatler to Waralerman P Stalhngs Mr Stalhngs has been a te icher 1n Alton Hlgh for elghteen years te1ch1ng Commerclal Arxthmetlc and Geometry He has done much to make th1s school a pleasant place to attend and has encouraged development of school sp1r1t and h1gh ldeals ' , 1' I, , I . . r . . f . , L , ' Q , .., , , 2 , L -I BARBARA ANN DRAKE july 24 1920 October 26 1936 She 15 s1xteen and heautrful as dawn To make no prayer to stay her hour of hvmg To spare her loss and pa1n and joy of grvmg To hold the petaled bud the drop of dew And keep her lovely Wlth eternal youth And days that weave a careless fantasy I would not rob her of the thorns of truth, For sorrow deeply pays for ecstasy from SIXTEEN by Dorothy Callaway unl- 0 Father. This I can not ask of you: Contents Introduction Administration Athletics Qrgantzdtlon Advertisers and Features to to 71 to 95 to T44 ' 4. 1 8 ' ' ' 1 9 18 Classes 19m 54 ' 55 to 70 ' ' s 4 f 94 A speedy race H05 rum A bit of introduction . . . NOW SHOWING Administration X IE I I F ,ef :Lf -T i I I I I I . I I ,. I ' I I I - I I I I I I l I I 'g - " L' '-iw, I I L I I I I I I I I I I I I I S I I I I I I - - -"" 1 W R CURTIS Supermtendent fx fx"-X ISI HAIQNA Dmsmoluz Woon r1nc1pa Asslstant Prmcxpal Dean of Boys Cxvxcs YW ll C' 1 . . . . kr f ' 'r 31fT?TxX. ' Q. .ruff 1,5 W ' . K v-Y' ,fx 1 V1 1 ' 1 g,,,-W-MP-'W N A , N is ff' , I .. , , , , , .. .-,,,,, ,hiv-,, . W-,AELQ -X fq. . 1 CAROLYN M WEh1PEN Algebrw De m ofG1r1s OLGA BARTHOLOMEW CLARA BLALKARD Typing Shorthmi French Fnullsh Bon O BROWN Bookkeepmv Busmesb Tr umng Eponoxmc ARGARET V CARTWRIGHT JENNIE GATES Lltm U S Hlstory 1 S W NNY? R1 ERNEST W. DEAsON WILLIAM F- CLARK DOROTHY COLONIUS General Science I Bookke English, Speech Algebra Qfiggff D IRENE DEGENHAKDT NORMAN R EGGIMANN Enghsh Typlng Shorthand Commercl 11 L rw L K FREEMAN ALICEM GATES Chemrstry Geometry Algebra Trxgonometry fix 13 VALENTINE EVANS Clothlng L M HACKMAN Typing Shorthand fb 'J f .r 1 tr A T X A if G 1 T T, ,D I -L A ' 5 ' . i f. z u' , ,w T ,kkk Y H-KV 1 qi " K 5 Q I ,x Il 4 u I, .. 5 . v s MXN Q ,y M'2X. '- 1 m Ex ' A-, Ygip -S--mr Q - V A N, VERNON O. HAINLINE Woodwork REX HOGAN Nmth Grade Chorus Colored Chorus Jumor Hlvh Bmd RAY L JACKSON Commerual Geogr zphy Gym Director of Athletlcs JANE V. HENRY F. HEROLD HARLAN F0055 General Science Cafeteria Manager Biology HENRY C HQLT MARVIN H IHNE Woodwork CIVICS Commerc1al Geography ADA KLUMP NANCY Algebra 1S X x 14 . . X RY ' ' zz I ' W. l' h ' . -. . ...X 1 Z i xr - , l 3 f A Rf Y rrrl 'X LETHA J. MCCAUSLAND ELLEN M. MACHLN juuus MART1 Gym, World History Latin, English Mechanical Drawing Architectural Drawing -Q LUTHER L MYERS FRIEDA PE RIN Civics World History U 15 Sociology qponsor of T rtler CHARLES S PORTER Bind Chorus Glee Clubs Orchestra G WILBUR REYNOLDS Biology J A C5 LAURET G AUL , g A Q lf t. " A 4 ll I--gr. rr,r W L C f I 5 si t K A M -g wg. LV I LN iy r L R E e s1g so Lift-- E, , E ,L ,,.. L. MILDRED RUTLEDGE Mcchmmcal Dnwmv Englwh ourmhsm Supervxsor of Sponsor of Tunes M mu 11 Aus GEORFE C RITLHER MARY E SIDW ELL Foods IAx1Es F STAGE Personal Regxmcn Physxcs Descmptxx e Physlcs WILLIAM M SLHAETER Woo lwork Generll Mechmmc W P STALLINGJ Algebrx AI'lthll1LUC Geometry EWELL SUTHERLAND ELEANOR WARNER FRIEDA E Voss Envllsh Librarian Euvlxsh 16 . L' 1 ' 1 . 1 I V L , Q z a N, . ,J Q , Q 1 'S . L , , , . . L N 'B I Q1 A -1 s V , 5 L . A . . F J . , 1 . , , K 3 K5 5 B ,TE i - 55:1 UI - 4 IS F' f A , f of It 1- A, Lfv ' f""x ' x A . X. L h L , Q XX 4 ,LR LILY L WILLIAMSON Bniwrcn WILIIALISON Gbfmm French Art 5 f lfbbgief ef-Cerina' DOROTHY GATES ELIZABETH NEVVNS Registrar Clerk of musicil Ictivities with the Owens Illinois G1 Iss Company Mr Ch Irles C Ch Ise of Piulini Iowa took Mr Hogan s pllce 17 1?- . M , 1 s . , Q ' I I . E 3 L' gy' I K f vii, .XI Mr. Rex Hogan resigned as director of music in junior high. He assumed the duties of director . I I ' A A ' f 4 ' 2 a . . I . . 1 I A 1, I, . . s' I . Aim. .xv Eoord ot Edueotlon o own president Nt W Adcer Hugh Horstrnan J Wtlsegades J J ee y D H E Middleton W R Curt: Superintendent out Q Br t , A Q G. A. Wtdflnney, vb Secretary L. . ' . . B tn NOW SHOWING C L A S S E S 3 X Closs Qllicers January ARNDT, JOE President of january class . Boys' Cabinet '35737 . HifY '34736 . Dramatic Club . National Honor Society '36 . Tennis '36. NORRIS, BETTY JO VicefPresident of january class . Pep Club '35736 . National Honor Society '36 . Dramatic Club , Glee Club . "LelaWala" . "And It Rainedn . Senior Play. CONNERLY, OTIS Secretary of january class . HifY '36 . Shakespeare Club 36 Senior Play WOOD MAX Treasurero anuary class Band 33 36 Dramatic Club Tunes Staff H1Y 36 UFIC REYNOLDS GSKER Preswlent o une class Boys Cabinet 35 37 Quill E-9 Scroll 35 37 Times Staff 35 37 Football 34 36 Basket ball 35 37 Track 36 Big Hearted Herbert BROWN DORA V1cePres1dent o une class Natronal Honor Society 36 37 Creative Wrlting Club 36 37 Shakespeare Club 34 French Club 34 Glee Club 36 Pe Club 36 37 Cheer Leader 36 37 PAGE STERLING Secretary o une class H1Y 35 37 And It Rained Big Hearted Herbert STALLINGS JANE Treasurer o june class National Honor Society 36 37 Creative Writing Club 36 37 French Club 35 37 Pep Club 35 37 Glee Club 35 37 Lelawala And It Ramed Big Hearted Herbert fi'-K X . 9 fl ' ' 7 1 1 - I! W . H I 1 Q I I , H , ' K , ' . . K .. 9 ' f J A 1 . . . I . K . . . 1 1 9 1- p 7 fl . , , X .. I . .. .. . .3 X 9 9 1 V 1 1 1 I 1 1 Lb. ii , , .t . M .. . .Z ' f A Pl:-if 5 1 'X . . Q Xa? XF X , K g AX 5 -T .,,,. ,,,, , N-- Q Li,, ' , . .I . as . - ,A , 3 .- , 5. T, X7 4-Q ARMSTEAD, MARIAN Glee Club . Girl Reserves. AUSTIN, IVADEAN BAUSER, KENNETH Boys' Cabinet . Football ,35 . Football Iviamger 36 , Senior Play. BECK HERBERT HIY Glee Club 35 36 Band BELCHER MARY KATHRYN Shakespeare Club Orchestra Stnng uartet Serv1ce Club Nat1onal Honor Socmety BELL LESLIE BELT EVELYN Pep Club BETHARDS LEONARD Boys Cablnet 35 37 Trick 36 TImes Staff 34 36 Football 36 CIptun Appleyxck Semor Play BUCK CHARLES Senlor Pl Iy CHEVALLEY IRMA French Club COULTER ELLEN JULIA Grrls Councll 34 37 Tunes Strff 35 37 Glee Club 35 Lelawala CRANDALL BILLY Glee Club 35 Lelawrll . I 9 5 7 3 1 I . r. A . I .. 1 J. 9 3 1 l '36 . French Club '35736 .Pep Club '34' 5 f K X ' l I X x XT P B .,. 7 b Pl f ' "K I 22 DAVIS, IMOGENE DELANO, EUGENIA Crchestra . Glee Club . AllfState Chorus, Pep Club . Art Club , "Emperor's Clothes" . "Sunbonnet Girl" . "And It Rainedv . Senior Play. DODGE, SARAH AllfState Chorus '35336 . Glee Club '34' '36 , District Solo Contest '34735 . State Solo Contest '34735 . National Solo Conf test '34 . Creative Writing Club . Shakef speare Club . Pep Club . "Sunbonnet Girl" . .'L6l2lWdl21,q . "And It Rainedf' ELMENDORF, ALICE GORDON ELEANOR CNot griduitingj GORDON MADELINE Girl Reserves Glee Club HANES VIRGINIA French Club National Honor Society Times Staff uill E99 Scroll Creative Writing Club HECHLER FLORENCE HENDERSON LULA MAE QNOt gfldlldflllgl HENESEY TOM HIY 35 37 Stamp Club 36 37 Service Club 37 HEUER VIRGINIA LEE Dramatic Club Pep Club Senior Play Whole Town s Talking HOPPE EILEEN .NX 3 1 L 7 9 1 9 2 , 7 . 9 as 1. . Qi- S 9 3 I -. f - flow A Q xx l 1 'I Y. ,- I a,,,.....f,, 1 K- 1 'rx HARRISON, LEROY -I 'fan Boys' Cabinet . Football '33936 . Basket' ball '33736 . Track '34736 , Times Staff '35736 HORN, WILLIAM FND Band 33736. HUGHSON, LUCILLE Girl Reserves . Pep Club. JACKSON, JOHN PAUL Carver HifY. JENNINGS DOROTHYANN Qulll Ee? Scroll NfIt1onal Honor SocIety DrIImIt1c Club Tunes Staff 35 36 EWELL FRANCES KEENEY BERNARD Cdptdm Apple1ack Senlor Pl Iy KELLY MARIE KERR GAIL 'PUD Tunes buff u1ll Ei Scroll NIt1onIl Honor Socmety French Club LANDISS ROBERT LEESE ANITA NIt1OnIl Honor SOc1ety 36 French Club 36 Shakespeare Club 36 Pep Club 34 36 Lelawald LINTZ BERNARD 9 ' l . - - s 1 A 1 . ' . J , 9 .. l H. . H . . I . 3 7 , ,I . , I . . Q . I . , . I I . 3 9 1 2 . . . . L 2 ' . . . .. -- I f, ,, 5 yn I .RQ . ,. , Q I Q 'el O , A 5 ii R . J 24 MAGUIRE, ORVILLE Art Club '33736 . Tatler Staff '34 . Band '34736 , Orchestra '34f'36. MARTIN, DOLORES National Honor Society . Quill Es? Scroll. Dramatic Club . Times Staff , Shakesf peare Club . Glee Club . Pep Club , "Sunbonnet Girl" . "The First Dress Suit" . "LelaWala" . i'The Whole ToWr1's Talking" . "And It Rainedu , "Captain Applejackf' MAWDSLEY, GERALDINE Girl Reserves . Pep Club. MELTON RUTH MEYER DOROTHY Service Club MEYER NORMA Nation il Honor Society Shakespeare Club MORGAN RUTH 950 French Club 34 Pep Club MOULTON HARRY GHLEY DORIS Shakespeare Club Pep Club PARKER CTIS PIEPER ROBERTA Pep Club Service Club Senior Play 15 if AD REED JACK Titler Staff 35 37 Quill E99 Scroll 35 37 Service Club 34 37 Lelawala fxs 9 9 9 , 2 . . . 9 Q 9 9 1 . . 9 9 9 1 1 - w I , I , , . s Q M u ir- -xl 3 ffff, Ks- 'Aff . REED NINA Art Club Glrl Reserves Pep Cub ROTHACHER EMILIE LOU G1rls Councxl N.1t1onal Honor Soclety French Club Pep Club Servlce Club ROUSSBAU FLORENCE Pep Club Senlor Play RUSSEL WINIFRED Glrls Councll Natronal Honor Socuety French Club Pep Club Shakespeare Club Fxrst Dress Sult RUSSELL GENE RUSSELL GORDON RUSSELL SELDON QNot graduatmgj RUTz RICHARD Natlonal Honor Soclety RUYLE EDITH Home Econom1cs Club Pep Club Glee Club SELKIRK REBE RAY Home Economncs Club SMITH HATTIE Glrl Reserves Glee Club STAEHLE ROBERT Stamp Club Band 33 37 5 , A . l . 7 3 9 5 9 CNot graduatingl 3 9 3 5 3 7 TROWER, ALBERTA National Honor Society . French Club 4 Creative Writing Club . Dramatic Club . Shakespeare Club . "The Whole Town's Talking" , "Captain Applejackf' WADLOW, HELEN fb 'Z Av Orchestra . Camera Club. WARD, DOROTHY Pep Club. WEAVER LoUIsE National Honor Society . Shakespeare Club . French Club . uill E59 Scroll . Pep Club . Tatler Staff 36 . Dramatic Club. WINKLFR H Emu N itional Honor Society uill E99 Scroll Times Staff Shakespeare Club e Club Dramatic Club Thespians Bind 33 35 Senior Pl xy The Whole Town s Talking Ciptun Appleyack MOOK MARY KIRK Qu1llEs9Scroll Tatler Staff 34 35 Pep Club And It Rained NEWCOMER MARJORIE French Club 36 up TORM GENE D First Dress Suit HUTCHINSON HAROLD FOSTER FRANCES Sh ikespeare Club BENEZE FREDERICK FORRESTER WILLIAM Staff 35 36 fi . Q N . A. . ' n . P p 5 , Football '36 . Basketball '35736 . Times .E 4-1 ALBRECHT, HARRIET LOUISE Glee Club '34f37 . Pep Club '35737 . French Club '34 . "Lelawala" , "And It Rainedf' ALEXANDER MARY Girl Reserves 36' 37. AUTREY LARRY CNot graduatmg BARNWELL JOHN Orchestra 34 37 BAUER ELDEN BAXTER CLIFFORD fNot gr rduatmgj BELT CHARLOTTE j PWD Orchestrr 34 37 Pep Club 36 37 BERNARD ELMER TatlerSt1ff 37 BEUTTEL DOROTHY ANN Tatler Staff 37 Qurll E99 Scroll 36 37 Natronal Honor SOCICUY 37 Crrl Re serves Home Econornrcs Club Serv1ce Club 36 37 Pep club 36 37 BILLINGS EDGAR Df"'U Natlonal Honor Soc1ety 37 Qulll E99 Scroll 36 37 Creatrve Wr1t1ng Club 36 37 H1Y 36 37 Dramatlc Club 37 Stamp Club 36 37 Trmes Staff 36 Captam Applejack B12 Hearted Herbert Sen1or Play BONAFEDE Jo u1ll Es' Scroll 35 37 Natronal Honor Socrety 37 Glee Club 35 36 Tatler Staff 36 Art Club 35 37 And It Runed Sen1or Play BOTT IRVIN l Trmes Staff 36 37 Servrce Club 36 37 . 3 . . 3 7 . , 3 7 2 . - 7 7 ' t I . I 1 9 . 1 . 1 . . . l NJ' . , . . . . . in Q N 1 I , , ' 1 . . . . .. 1 H - 1' 1 - 1 . 9 1 4 9 - 'UN - P , E Q f , Y K . K . . Q! F . 3 Z . . . . . . Z n. 4 -, -. -' A. ww- 11 ' wi 32 BRENNER, ROBERT EARL Dramatic Club '36737 . National Honor Society '36f'37. BRYANT, EDGAR Times Staff '35737 . Football '36 . Wrestling '36 BULLOCK, JACK H. D Dramatic Club . "LelaWala." BURTON, EILEEN Glee Club '36f'37. CAMPBELL, KATHLEEN French Club '36 . Girl Reserves '34"37. CANNON GEORGE National Honor Society 37 HiY 35 37 Service Club 37 CARROLL HELEN Nxtional Honor Society 37 Cre1tive Writing Club 36 37 Pep 6 37 G1 Cl b 35 ee U of 131 Yffawnv UI' ,-,elf CLAYTON ANNAQR4 L,4f1""' Art Club 35 37 Girl Reserves 35 Cimera Club 36 CLOWER DOROTHY COLEs BERNADETTE fNOt graduatingl COLLINS PAULINE RUTH Camera Club 35 36 Girl Reserves 36 37 CORDER KEVAN CNot graduatingl X-A 'N ix-,I PM 29 44fS ' -f 9 5 Y V i . , - 1 , 1 . . 5 . 7 I 'D . . I " 1 f , AY . z L . 9 3 7 Y K f . . . l 3 I . l l l sms-tj ff ' -A - MR hi X . E ,L .f 5--E f 1 'jr' -5- LX I - ie"e",' ' ' E LS V Kuff M M- 46,'7,i Z f ww' fffl2,,J' fl Y F CUTLER, FRANCES National Honor Society '36737 . Quill E99 Scroll '36737 . Creative Writing Club '34737 . Times Staff '36f'37. DAVIS, ESTHER CNot graduatingl DAVIS, GEORGE 'jigilho DAVIS, JAMES ' Glee Club '35737 . Tatler Staff '35 and '37 . "LelaWala" , 'LAnd It Rainedu . Senior Play. DIAZ, MARGIB Girl Reserves 36' 37. DIETZ ERMA Glee Club 35 36 Pep Club 36 37 DORRIS Lois M Girl Reserves 36 Art Club 36 OYLE FRANCIS 'Dem' Footbill 36 HIY 35 DOYLE MAXINE Dramatic Club 34 37 Glee Club 34 35 Pep Club 36 37 Tatler Staff 36 Leliwali Big Heuted Herbert Senior Pliy DUNPHY NORMA Creitive Writing Club 35 37 FAIRBANKS OHN Nation Il Honor Society 37 H1 Senior P ay FETTINGER THOMAS Service Club 37 Wrestling . U fl x- , f". 1 , . . . . fy r 'ills ' . ' . X' pfx , . D , 3 ... 2 2 Z.. l .. . 'L .. 3 2 . . . . f. I , J I . Q . . A WY H . l' . 3 W ' ' . I '36"37. K X'-N K gg, 1 ,. E in , .xx V Y K1 S yi K 5 I 30 kbviforfqovuw FISCHER, VIRGINIA National Honor Society '37 . Camera Club '34735 . Peo Club '36937 . Service Club '36. Foss, EDGAR Times Staff . "Big Hearted Herbert." FRIES, GEORGE . Band '34f'37. FUNKHOUSER, FRIEDA Girls' Council . Creative Writing Club . Times Staff '36 . Service Club. GAINES DOROTHY French Club 35 36 Art Club 34 Pep Club 34 37 GIBERSON PAULINE GILL AN HAROLD Band 33 34 GROvEs GEORGE GROvEs MAXINE French Club 35 36 Glee Club 34 37 Leliwala And It Riined HENDERSON MELVIN Carver HIY 34 37 HENRY BEATRICE HERING VBRNETTA R Shakespeare Club 36 37 Glee Club 36 Pep Club 36 37 Girl Reserves 37 And It Rained 9 . . . .37 . . 9 Y - 9 . . 9 3 3 S , . 1 1 R . 1 I Bt - - Q1 . U 1 NMOS G in . 7 f .. ' bf wwf ,f I is " ' HUEBNER, EDWARD CNOt graduatingj JACKSON, DONALD National Honor Society '37 . German Club '36f'37. JACOBI, OLIVE German Club '35737 , National Honor Society '37. JONES JOSEPH JONES MAROELLA Girl Reserves 34 37 Glee Club JORDON LUCILLE Girl Reserves Glee Club UTTEMEYER HELEN VIRGINIA French Club 35 Pep Club 36 37 KAI-IL IRENE Titler Staff 37 Nlt1OD1l Honor Society 37 Quill Es? Scroll 36 37 KELLY AMES CNot gr Idu Itingl KLINKE AVELLINE CNOt gr Iduatingj KOCHER JEANNE Glee Club 33 35 Nitionil Honor SO ciety 37 Dramitic Club Big Hearted Herbert Camerr Club 36 Gir Reserves 35 LAMPERT JEAN Creative Writing Club 35 37 Girls Quill E-9 Scroll 35 37 Pep Club 36 37 French Club 34 37 German C u 7 Times Staff 35 36 Natioml Honor Society 36 37 Ciptun Apple IC Big Hearted Herbert , , , ,J , 7 2 . ' , 1 ' 1 ' I J A I ' , , I . A 5 .. A I L - . l , Council '34737 , Dramatic Club '34737 . . . . 1, H lb '3 , ' . ' 1' , ' ' I . . , A .. 2 2. I ig k.. 5 ,, . V LEWIS MABLE E Orchestri 36 37 LINDLEY THEODORE CNot griduitmvl LITTLE WILBUR Tlmes Staff 36 37 LOHR MILDRED LONG KENNETH LUER NANCY EAN Clr Reserves Pep Club 36 Glrl Reserves 34 37 MAGUIRE C CHARLES MANN Lois Orchestra 35 37 Glrl Reserves MAUPIN ELSA Nauonal Honor SOC1CtY 36 37 SCFVICC Club 36 37 Home Economlcs Club 34 MCFERN PEARL Glee Club G1rl Reserves MEANS DORA ELLENE METCALF ELEANOR , . . ' f' . 'l 3 5 , Y , J Stamp Club '34f'35. , . 5 9 7 5 3 XMN L1 MILLER, NELSON CNot graduatingj MOHLER, ELOISE Art Club '37. MONTAGUE, ANNABELLE National Honor Society '37 . Girl Ref serves '36, NETZHAMMER, BILL Quill Es9ScrOll '36737 . HifY '36 , Times Staff '36f'37. SIMPSON, ALVIN NICHOLAS MARTHA Girl Reserves Glee Club OULSON LOLA C Irl Reserves 36 Home Economics Club 37 OVERATH ACK C 5 45" German Club 36 37 CWENS ROSE Creative Writing Club 36 37 National Honor Society 37 French Club 37 Senior Play PADDOCK DOROTHY French Club National Honor Society 37 German Club 37 Lelawala PATTERSON RUSSELL Glee Club 35 37 And It Rainecl Senior Play PAYNTER LOUISE French Club 36 37 7 1 ,. . . . 1 . S ,J - - . . 5 . ., - . , , . - 5 1 I 1 tg ii 3 . - .. . .. 9 , . , 153 pi.. .... , ' N I, , Q 'I 1fQi',Yg by - , yxlwrix FEI I S leefifsu., I 3 . gg I he -XMRI ,cgi g'li:MgiMi 34 PRATT, SHIRLEY Home Economics Club '35937 . Girl Reserves '35736 . Glee Club '36f'37. PREBLE, LOUISE Creative Writing Club '36737 . Pep Club 36737. f , " RATHGEB, GLADYS ,' Girl Reserves 36337. 'if .1 . l , . Ig! REBS, JEAN Pep Club '36-'37. REINICHEN JANICE Glrl Reserves RIPPLEY OYCE RUEDIN KATHERINE Grrl Reserves Home Econom1Cs Club SCYVICC Club SCHNEIDER JACK Art: Club 36 37 Semor Phy SCHNEIDER WILBURT Semor Play Qwwwwcgbww QU SCHOPPET PHILIP so A AJ SCOTT BETTY Tatler Staff 37 SEAGRAVBS CAROLYN fNot graduatmgj 35 9 ,J 3 r . 9 ' A L . 5 I . f fr , 9 . S SEYMOUR, SHIRLEY Times Staff , Quill Ei Scroll. SHERMAN, JAMES SMITH, FRANCES SMITHEE, BRUCE CNOt graduatingj SPOONER, PAULA Art Club '37 . Girl Reserves '36f'37. STANTON, MARILYN DEAN Tatler StIff 36 md 37 National Honor Soclety 36 37 Gxrls Councll 34 37 QuIllEs9ScrOll 35 37 Cre.It1veWrItIn Club 36 37 Clmerl Club 35 36 SCFVICC Club 35 37 Pep Club 36 37 GIrl Reserves 34 36 Cheer Leader 36 37 STIRITZ BERNARD fNOt gr1Cluat1nv STORM ORVAL STURGEON VIRGINIA French Club 36 37 STUTZ ELIZABETH JANE Glee Club 33 36 G1rl Reserves 34 35 Pep Club 34 Lelawala And It Ramed TAYLOR EVELYN Pep Club 36 37 TAYLOR HAZEL Home Economlcs Club 3 Irl serves 34 'N E Rs M g-si 36 . . ' 2 . I , ' ' . . - . . I . . I Q 4 Q I . , I Q Q 5 I ' 1 N 1 g T - l I T . . . . . . . Q 1 q 3 Q . 5 - 4,7 7 9 . , 7 . -. . Q I 1 1 it I ii sh I T 11 A . 9 . . 3 . , . 4 . G Ref 1 5 , ilxis Jfffx' ,...,,QR......, 6 KNO Xf' Q .3 f 1 . SWA XM 'Tix if C. 5 - ls I Y ,rw-I . rr 5 ws 3 I A I- ikrr ,X 5 2 S L3 I--, f, I I 2... .N ..... . . ,.,. .. I ..,., , I I ITL TONAZZI, ANN M. French Club '35f'37. ULRICH, LENORA VAN COLLIE, HARRY VOILES, EDWARD WARD, WILFORD WATERS ESTALEENE K I .J ' J -J va' A Art Club 34 36 Frencn Club 36 WATSON EVERETT 9 Cunem Club 35 37 WATTS MARY LEE Glee Club GIrl Reserve.S WEISS VIRGINIA WELSH VIRGINIA Orchestra 34 37 e WESSEL BERTRAM Tlmes Stuff WESTBROOK FRANCES ,XX DAD Club 36 37 7 Q Q 1 1 7 w Q L ' . 9 . xi 3 , K. Y w w P D 1 s 3 3 1 giwx R ' WHITE, MARGARET Pen Club '36737 . Girl Reserves '36737 WILKINSON, ROBERT WILLIAMS, ORVILLE National Honor Society '37 . Creative Writing Club '35 . HifY '35736. WUELLNER, BERT J. Times Staff '35736 , Quill EL? Scroll '36f '37 . German Club '36737 . National Honor Society '36737 . HifY '36f'37. YENNY EDWIN CNot graduatingj YOUNGBERG DORELLA Orchestra 34 35 Pep Club 36 37 Senior Play ZERWAS JACK LA VERE u1ll Es' Scroll 36 37 National Honor Society 36 37 Times Staff 36 37 Dramatic Club 36 37 Captain Apple ac Big Hearted Herbert Senior P Iy CHAPMAN LESLIE DELFO MARIE Germ In Club 35 Home Economics Club 34 HAMILTON OE RAY RAYBURN VAN METER TOMMY Band 36 37 Track 37 3 9 . , . . k I . , 3 Q. f . . . . 1 5 . I 1 1 V 14 1 sh . I E' ki! su A 1 r 'Ii - - la . 9 9 . . . I f36. . ,J 3 5 Y . - . 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IV'D ' I , J NICICELL, LUCILLE OHLEY, LOIS PARIS, MARY ALICE PERROTTET, BETTY PULLEN, ALICE RANDLE, DORIS REED, IVAN REED, MILDRED K ROSENBERGER, EANETTE ROWLING, RUTH RUYLE, DORIS SCI-IUBERT EAN SEARLES, MARIE SHELTON, GENE SIMPSON, AGNES A U' SONDLES, HELEN 04 49' SPANIOL RUTH STAUBITZ, MARIE J ,J I., P 5 ' A VOILES, ALBERTA WARNER, MURRETA WATSON REGINA WIEGAND, RILEW WINTER, RICHARD WISEMAN, IRVING 555 'M' CASSELLA BILL WATRINS, GLADYS LAHLEIN, ROBERT GODWIN, MARYELLA WEIGLER, ROY THOMPSON LOIS BAILEY CARL ROSE, ROSEMARY JACOBY, DAVID YOST, MARIE SCHLOBOHM ALFRED GRISSOM, MARJORIE I , 1 "TU iizfff Jflfbfflf-J" fx. Lf'-fv -'wo xL,4ljs.-.J I R. F ,ASI I Q I I. 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I X4 ,I Hucx, AGNES JOHNESEE, JAMES JOUETT, EVELYN KAY, JOAN KING, JOSEPHINE KINGERY, EVELYN gp q1ORTE, LREROY 'VELYN LAUX, EUGENE DMV nf LENHARDT NORMA LOU LOGAN MARTHA LYNN, FRANK Df'5v MARSHALL, LUCY MCCURDY, CHARLOTTE MGDOW BETTY MCKEE BETTY MCKEE, BILL MEISENHEIMER, DON 'R 1 J ' 1' , fs ff ' I J J B", J :J .,,.' xt--J V L, 3 9 Q 9 - "TX FX Q L L f - Af! EOE x R 5 k.v-Nsg g f fxxwi ' .N is Y L KX f .XRLNM NES ,E MONZEL, VINCENT MOORE, RUTH NORVELL, JAMES QNTIS, ALICE PITTS, BILL RAYMOND, EILEENE RITCHEY, ALBERTA ROBINSON LILLIAN ROBINSON, WILMA Ross, VIRGINIA RUSSELL OSEPHINE RUTZ, ROBERT SAMPSON, ALVANETTE MARIE SANDERSON, VIRGINIA SAPOT, HELEN SCHENK, LAVERNE SCHMITT ROSEMARY SCHMOELLER, LEROY Ibf-ea All-9 17' fxx . Q I A , fa Q 29 ,J n I I iv , 4 Ti11g?:-QR R' R I . B '47 YL... SCURLOCK, DOLORES SHIFFLETT, GERALDINE SIMONSEN, ANDREW SMITH, ELEANOR SPEES, RUBY STAUFFER, MARGARET STONE, CLARA STUART RALPH TALLYN, NEVALEE THOMAS, ROSALIE TURK, LUCIEN VAHLE, BILL uno VELTJES, CHRISTIAN WHETSLER, MAXINE WIENSI-IIENK, ANCELEE WILLIS, ANITA WILSON, EVELYN WOOD, VELMA M Gin x W S BISON Vo. ,yr Soplwomores EILEEN ASH PAULINE ASH Dfw? EVELYN ANGLIN PAUL AULABAUGH Vvyflt f r r' MARY BA ON LORE BE NETT NORMAN BENTLEY MARY BEUSLHEI. MILDRED BLACK DORIS BLODGETT MARVIN E BOTT ,Dino EO BOYD NOLXIA BRESTOW NETH BREWER 77:41 FORREST BREYFOGLE Dim PAUL BREYFOGLE BECRY BROWN GENE BRUCE EVANGELINB BUSHEY ELIZABETH CAREY VERA CHAPPELL IVIS CHISM GILBERT CLARK RITA CLEVENGER D845 NORMA LEE CLOSE ROBERT COLLINS CALVIN CRAIG MARIE CRESSWELL If j ! . I' , Ju -A I I ,Q ".,L,,,w . ' , mf va ,T 1 I 1 Q' ff' ' fl RQJ 1 J! mvwd' M . JW ,D ,xfwgx b XA? lg, ttf 1 EILEEN CURRY GENE DAVIS MARY DAVIS FREDERICK DAY MARY DEHNER JOHN DRYDEN VIRGINIA DUEE LORETTA DUGAN LELAND DUNCAN ALICE ELLIOT QRVILLE ELLIOTT DW IAYNE FETTINGER ELDON FISCHER IALK FISKE LEOLA FoULRs EVELYN GALLOVVAY MARY GETHING RUTH GOSSRAU IDA IEAN GRANTHAM,.TPi-M BERTHA GREENWOOIJ VJIVLEERT GUTIHI BARNARD HARMQ MARLELLA HARTING 9" OROTHY HARVEY BETTY HASLER 199 CLARENCE HECIILER you HOMER HENNEMAN EARL HEPPNER Dn- 7 D , .X - 'AQ 3 RQ, J fl- 1 TC T , R C so ROBERT HERB I fu HAROLD HERMES LELAND HEUER CLARA HOFFMAN LEROY HOLLAND GERALD HAMER IALRIE HYNDMAN MARJORIE HUFF MARY JENNINGS THOMAS OHNSON WOODSON IOHNSON IUNE JONES NORMA LEE KORTE GORDON LAHEY HAROLD LAwLEss X, IOHN LOCR 5 W9 LUCY LOGAN THELMA LONG 009 VIVIAN MCARDLE FLOYD MLMANUS LLEWYN MARCH GLEN MARY3 ELSIE MALONE STANLEY MA1-THEY UENTIN MAXEINER BILL MEYER DOROTHY MOLL 3 bf" 1 .Ln If J -IANE KANE MW A -4 i Ax LEW Q 901 L 7- q -' I' ,' , ,, . A 1 , ' xr v .V gh AE ' L .t 'r ,' al' Q K - , NA, ... J EDWARD MOOK MARILEE MUESSEL LEATRICENIEDERNHOFER EUNICE NOLAN BERNARD ORRIS JDMO HAROLD PATTERSON VIRGINIA PATTERSON U49 VERNON PEEBLES JACK PENNING DOLORES PFAFF VERNON PLAGBR CRYSTAL PROSSER BILL RAIN HOWARD RAYFORD BILLY REID EILEEN RIBBLE ORVILLE RINTSU 9 ANET ROTHACLIBR V GEORGE RYRIE PIERLE SANFORD ppio TEMPLE SANFORD 55" BETTY SCHIPPERT EAN SCHMOELLER BETTY SCHRIMPF BETTY SCHWARTZBECK SUZANNB SCOTT DORIS SCROGGINS HELEN bENZ bf I ,Z vB . f J f". I .f V ' , ',' 1 wr . " .ll -I I an ,, , , , ILWL N, . "X 4' 1 I 1 ' ' f 'S X .J 'VSA S ' v- ' ' Q , . ,a I K. 1 . - ..... .,g,g....g,,,, ..... -,..... , .... , .4 -,.. , I ,v , fix:-I--.- A 52 ' KATHRYN SHARKEY CLYDE SHEETS GLADYS SHEFF EVELYN SHEWMAKER GEORGIA SHEW ER PEGGY SOBER JAMES STAFFORD RICHARD STEWART MARIAN STILWELL EDWARD THOMPSON ORVILLE THOMAS ELLEN TOARE DOROTHY TODD JESSAMINE TRENCHEY GEORGE VANCOLLIE WAYNE VAHLE DOROTHY VEECK, , 4 1 JAMES VOEGE DOLORES VOSS I., A MARY JANE WALKER ELDRED WALKINGTON PATTY WATKINS KATHLEEN WALTRIP TOM WEBER ELEANOR WELHART ALVA WESTBROOK MARIAN WI-IITTLEMAN NORMALEE WIGHTMAN Pit ,Z A 1,--', 1' VKX. 1i"Nk-"f 'T' Lg, .,.L ,Q .G,, QLD 5 005 RUTH WILKEN JUNE WILLIAMSON ELEANOR WISEMAN MARY ANN WISEMAN M Z4-iv W ALNETA WILSON GENEVIBVE WILSON U MA RY ELLEN YOUNL, 34 hiv WM NOW SHOWING ATHLETICS X --. -r-"-11' -- "I : 4 ,, g T , A .- I .-..- -1 I I I I I 'T 31- I 7 l I I A' I I I 1 I ' I liz I l : I lE I I I , ' " ,g1'g,g4,, W- I V -- : : ' Ei gi gi I ' - I Q 3 la RAY L Dlrector 1 Coach of Football and Track "I Qwkuf HENRY C Hom' VERNON O HAINLINE Coach of Basketball Coach of Wrestlxng an an Assgstmt Football Coach Boys Tenms f . lk f N , . y-X - xA Xxx . ,l X I I d d fx. s!,f,- I J., 'ij' J' lar: . , My v 57 .-55,531 dl REYNOLDS HAND SPURGBON DOYLE Football Lettermen Oslcan REYNOLDS, senior played his third year as a regular in the Red Bird linefup. Osker def veloped skill in both starting and receiving passes and the season of 1936 found Osker on one end or the other of many passes tried by Alton High Reynolds said It IS awfully hard to pick my greatest thrill but for 1936 it came near the end of the second quarter in the game with Western when Fat threw a pass back of the 35 yard line which I received in the end zone the touch down that broke Western s tight WILBUR HAND senior played his second season as a regular having seen some service in 1934 when he started some games at the close of the season and playing full time with the Steam Roller crew of 1935 Dutch had come close to a regular starting assignment in the entire season of 1934 My greatest thrill came in the game with Western on Thanksgiving Day 1936 when we came out victorious for the sixth consecutive year With this victory there was an anti climax too my last high school football game RALPH SPURGEON senior started the season in the line and started with a bang that kept op ponents on the alert to stop a dash here and there If Spurg had broken into the starting line up earlier in his school career more would have been heard of him Spurgeon said My thrill started in football when coach told me I was in the starting line up and when I intercepted a Cleveland pass and ran for a touchdown my thrill W as doubled FRANCIS DOYLB senior got his chance to play a complete season Rather light in weight Doyle had to call on speed to help him out of his back field problems Speaking for himself Doyle said In my first game I was to return punts that fell in my territory Then came a punt right at me I saw the ball and I saw eleven men coming right at me I put out my arms to catch the ball but it sailed over my head My 'embarrassment and coach s disappomtment 53 ,- 9 . , ' S . N . . 7 1 at as t f Q as 1 1 . I J , . . . a, R- - as ,, . . . 4 , I , 1 I , , . 2 , H S 7 .a -Q . V - , , 7 l . . g, . . I . , l . 1 ' ' ' , -.1 a . Y S ' 1 . aa - . . . , . . , , , . -1 L . - 1 .- I f s vp f sa-wqgf -K fi pf . football Lefrermen Rocizks FARLBY, senior, played regular as soon as he got in shape due to a few days of school going by before he enrolled. Farley made up in speed and determination wh'1t he may have licked in weight. Rogers s'1id My greatest thrill c'1me in the Western game when I realized that we were slowly but surely wearing Western down 'md beginning to '1pply our sixth Alton High football victory in '1s m'1ny years. The final gun made that 1810 score a real thrill. WILLIAM BILL FORRESTER senior had enough natural athletic ability together with good coach' ing to come through as a regular in his hrstf one 1nd only ye1r out for footb1ll Bill said If I h1d known football w1s so much fun Id h1ve gone out sooner I reilized the thrill one gets when 1 te 1111 mate kicks a held go1l since Fat turned this trick for us in the Collinsville game It was a real thrill to see th1t ball sail oxer the b1r OTIS LANGFORD senior and another boy who delayed his coming out for football until his senior ye1r Otis hid what it takes to stick on the squ 1d day after day when he seldom got into 1 game Lingford didnt squawk because he knew boys who had a year or two left in school had hrst call Then three days before the Western game ones iniured his leg Otis said Naturally I was eager to pl1y against Western but sorry Tommy w1s hurt It was FARLEY FORRESTER LANGFORD JONES 1 thrill to me to give 1ll I h1d in this one game of my high school footb1ll career TOMMY oNEs junior playing his second se1son of high school football showed up well and following th it 1ll powerful back held of 35 was no easy tisk ones had been 1 part of that last championship crew long enough to know what to do Tommy s biggest thrill of the season To ward the close of the first half of the Western game when Fat faded back and heaved a pass to Oskey Reynolds who took the ball in the end zone for 1 touchdown Boy that one was real fx., 59 1 1 1 .1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -- 1 1. -.-. 9 9 K 1 1 Q -- 1 g , , 1 5 , ss Q 1U.' 1 1 :at 1 I . 1 1 1 f ' ' 2 , 1. 11 , . , , . 1 C I , , . 2 . .1 , . 1 . 9 1 f L 1 . 5. 1 ' L . , . , 1 1 . 1 I 11 . 1 , 1 1 1 2 . ' . . . . . N C .I L K Y L C . J , , 1 r- . 1 . . 1 . 1 1. ' 3 I 1. .1 I 11 11 . .- 1 . . 4 THEN' M 11 , K - . . x pw 1 ' 5 X. J . N - , . ,-.-M..., , ,, --,, Q ac... ,JJ 1 .JJ JJ .g fl 'HJ QM JILQJJJ LJVMJ-AJ gk- ayifffwr-Wf"7f I Football Lettermen KEITH Cook, junior, playing his second season ' on the squad came into his own and while not winning a place on the allfconference team he gave a good account of his presence on the grid' iron and many opponents could and did wish to see some one else in Keiths shoes. Keith said My greatest thrill came in the Wood River game when the play called for me to at' tempt a pass to Harrison. Fat got there where I threw the ball-a completed pass on my first attempt. Z JAY TRAVIS junior had a chance for his first full year as a regular and then in the fourth game of the season playing against East St Louis R had the worst inyury of the season hurled upon him when he received a dislocated and badly bruised elbow j R said I am saving my thrill for next ye rr when I hope to help make Alton High a winner I want to redeem my self for the fumble in the Eist St Louis game DOUGLAS Hursn junior pliying his Hrst season as a regular won 1 place in the line With a year to grow he should be one fellow in the line with whom opponents will have a world of trouble since this season lust passed Huish was found doing his stuff in a seasoned manner D u a wasn t quite certain what was the most coox TRAWS moment of the season but finally said Hursu MATTHEY h biggest thrill I got this season came in he me we played at Wood River when every body on the squid got into the game Z STANLEY MATTHEY sophomore was playing his first year on the squad and his first year as a regu lar Stan had a little tough luck with illness that threatened to keep him inactive for a while but he soon recovered and fitted into the regular lme up where his weight in the l1ne helped stop opponents Stan sud My biggest thrill came in the Collinsville game when the play called for Fat to try 1 held goal take lt from me it was great to see that try good for 3 points 60 1 tt 1 ns N -1 3 7 V23 . W I , 'T- ' C . . ,, . . . . , 1 . , .- . . . Y Y L ' ' 1 . 5 , -. . . 1 ' if 4 L . 3 9 I tt Q- . . . . . . . ' 7 tt -. . t. .... . . . t , .. 1. . . . as L t 7 r . Maxx f .ss f 1 football Lettermen il, 1 CARL BAILEY, junior, playing his hrst regular season in the backfield gave a good account of his previous year's training when much of this year's team served as the scrimmage group to oppose the '35 "Steam Roller" Championship eleven. Bailey said, "I used to think it great to be on the squad that played against "Fat." My biggest thrill came when I found I had won a chance to start with Harrison on the Hrst team." CHARLES TACKWELL, sophomore, 135 pounds and the lightest man to hold the center position in the history of present day athletics of Alton High was playing his Hrst season of high school football and did a line piece of work Charlie too found a thrill in football He said In the Collinsville game when Fat called for a punt formation to try for a field goal I was excited but got a pass back that was set up and Fat s toe put the bill over the bar for 3 points BILL BUND yunior was ilso playing his second season on the squad and got into enough battles to win both his spurs and a letter Bill should be a regular fixture in next vear s line A little more height and weight this year would have put Bill into the regular starting line up A Bill looked over the football season yust closing he said The biggest thrill of the season is aw fully hard to name There were many thrills BAILEY TACKWELL but Ill pick the Granite City game although we BUND BROWN lost 1213 ROBERT BROWN junior playing his first season drew a place in the line and did a good iob of it being dependable and reliable along with ability to take it as well as dish it out In other words Brown fitted into the scheme of things on defense as well as offense A year to grow in both height and weight will make Brown a tougher guy to stop than he was this year I do not know that I can pick out any single play of the season that was the most thrilling The entire season was a thrill to me X. -es-"WX 61 ' 9 , " . . . . ,, . 9 ' 1 . - .t -- tt 1 Q1 I Y - it L . , , ' 2 . . . , ' ' . S . tt . . . , , -. . I . , . ' v -.1 , I , 1 Q , . . . . .. A 1, la l l 9 . r ' A . , I . I ' ' s ' a lik V E 1 I 1 Jxwi gg, . - 5 - .r . l ll fri YQ" I , ff- X il xg f 1 1 w,s X . gs , . f' . 7vAWLE?57QA "'- -' ' "W" ' "" A'-' mf" 'WH' "-'-id 'fr sw, , v Footlboll Squod IN THE PICTURE Front Row Tackwell Hand Hursh Reynolds Farley Hrmson ones Matthey Doyle Brown Ba1ley Spurgeon Autrey Second Row TFIVIS Bruser Burch Vahle Turk Hamrlton Cook W1ngert Drike Lewrs Howard Flelder Heith Tlnrd Row Smlth McDonald Roettger Rust Forrester Swlnney Van Meter Bund Bryant Norvell Langford 1936 Football Scores 'Alton Alton """Alton Alton """Alton Alton 'Alton """Games away from home Non conference games Cleveland of S GI'll'11t6 Cxty Bellev1lle Erst St Louxs Wood Rryer Colllnsvrlle Western Lours .... t. ' .. ....... 12 ........ ..,. . A A ..,. 7 ..... ., .... 2 .. ..., 42 .,.,, ' """Alton .......,.. 34 ,..,.,.. .... M adison ..,...,..r . ..,,..... 18 ....,... ..., ......,. . . 173 ik , C , l' .gf tt,s mm... ,, , r 62 img ailfdffffw LeRoy for HGVTISOD if F W-M .wma IT is beyond doubt 'a truth that Fat Harrison has made the best athletic record of any Alton High player in the last twenty years and one of the best records in all the athletic history of Alton High Fat has always had size natural athletic ability personality good manners ease elegance poise honesty honor reputation and character on his side Endowed hy nature with some of these attributes he had the happy faculty to develop the others Fat began his athletic career in Alton High in the fall of 1933 when Coach jackson was badly in need of another lineman Fat clicked and clicked so well that he not only won a football letter but made the all con ference team Fat never laid down in a football game and never failed to be in his regular place at the start of the game throughout 4 years of play If deception in play was needed Fat could qualify however straaght football was usually his choice and opponents frequently used 2 quite often 3 men to stop Fat A keen example of Fat s deception came in 34 against Western Military Alton High 3 Wcstern7 4th quarter Fat dropped out of the line to the backheld on offense a punt formation but Fat just didn t punt He dashed down the field and a surprised Western outnt finally downed him deep in their own territory and before Western could pull them selves together an Alton touch down gave that thrilling scintillating heart pounding never to be forgotten 97 game But Fat did not make the touch down he was back in the line and the regular back held got the touch down credit and a member of the starting line up all his high school career Size and determination found Fat recovering far more than his share of re bounds and a threat under the basket Track puts a player on his own Here Fat won honors He set conference records in shot put and discus In the State meet in 1936 Fat won hrst in the discus and fourth in shot put IN SUMMARY 4 football letters 4 basketball letters 3 track letters 3 years All State Football Team Cfirst high school athlete so honoredl 36 track medals and trophies Captain of football and basket ball teams in senior year Member of Boys Cabinet and Times Staff Met requirements for honor roll two semesters A legion of friends among Alton High athletes pupils teachers and towns people 63 4' 1, . 1 1 1 1. 1 Q' 2 . 2 . r . n V , 1 , 1 ' 1 4 . 2 1 1 1' 1 I 1 ' 1 1 1 s 1 1 ' ' . 1 A . 1 ' 1 1 Y ' 5 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 ' f f . 1 K , . C - I V K 1 1 1 , , ' 1 1 ' ' 1 . , 1 . 1 .Q Q as . . 1 . . . 1 - 1 1 1 1 . A 1 1 - - 1 . 1 a A a 1 l 1 1 ' f R .1 . x . . I 2 . 1 1 ' i ' ' ' 1 f ' 1 ' ' , , . Q , , R 7 , , I . 1 1 f --f 1 1 ' ' 1 g 1 1 f f ' . In basketball "Fat" was not 1an individual star but he gave all he had. He was out for b1asketball ll 1' " 1 '1' ' V 1 1 ' 1 f 1 1 1 if . 1 1 1 . 1 1. ' 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 . . . ' f 1 1 ' . I I - C - I f ' - A f 1 A 1 V 1 1 I ,N ,, ,K V I Q11, .2 V 1 , g i I A Xs-J for Bosketholl RED BIRD b1sketh1ll hopes for the 1936 37 se1son h1d 1 gr1nd heglnmng hut 1 r1ther d1s1strous endmg the boys won 7 out of the1r nrst 8 g1mes pl1yed 1nd It the close of the se1son dropped 5 out of 8 to thelr opponents Durlng the season 24 g1mes were played w1th 13 wrns and 11 losses The Red B1rds scored 573 polnts whlle opponents got 1Wly for 627 tallres In Conference play the B1rds spht thelr 12 QIIHCS evenly wmnmg both contests lg11I1St Gr1n1te M1dlSOH and Belle vllle wh1le droppmg hoth contests to Collmsvxlle East bt Louls 1nd Wood Rrver In Conference pl 1y the Blrds ch1lked up 302 poxnts whxle opponents gr 1hhed 1 total of 343 pomts Alton finlshed fourth 1n Conference standmg trfulmg the wrnnlng Coll1nsv1lle qulntet Wood R1ver runner up thxrd place East Sxders and Hmshmg 1he 1d of Gramte C1ty Mad1son 1nd Bellevxlle Bellev1lle f uled to ga1n a smgle Conference Wm Durmg the hrst semester the Red Bxrds won 8 and lost 3 games wh1le wmnmg 5 and losrng 8 the second semester The Red B1rds got a break ID first round of tournament play 1t Wood Rrver 1nd met Chesterfield the runner up of the Jerseyv1lle tournament of the precedmg week Followmg the Wm over Chester Held the Collmsvxlle Kahoks took the measure of the Red Blrds On S1turday nlght the Holt coached crew matched tr1cks wrth Edwardsvdle T1gers Cwho w1ll be 1n the conference agam next year but the consol1t1on 1n the1r game went to Edwardsvllle when 1nd1v1dual play faxled to score enough pomts to Wm IN THE PICTURE Frrst Row TYAVIS Lau Spurgeon Shaw Lock Harr1son Forrester ones Cook Reynolds Ba1ley Second Row Tackwell M1ller Howard Hu1sh Matthey Berry Patterson McKee Leady McCarthy Holt Thwd Row Baxter McManus Horst mm Haml1n Weese Clark Thompson Drake fw N ' 51 1 I 4 1 . . , I I 7 K A l K K K K I 1 1 , . 1 5 , 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 ' , , 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . K i A 3 "' 1 1 ' , ' 1 . 1 . ' 1 ' 1 1 , - - 11 1- . . 1 1 . 1 1. . ,, . . . . . . . 1 1 X1 5 1 1 . .5 f , " 1-1 ' 1 , 1K x 1 . . , , - 1 - K far.--X X ' - 1 afif-'Oi f f- K Q. ' :feng K R 5 1 KS.: T ' ,' 1 1. X1 W' :X ' We -..M ,, , ,. . 1 """f Fat Harrason and Ball Forrester closed thear athletac careers an mad year and the loss of these men showed up an sex eral of the second semester games Cook and lones replaced the mad year grad uates and played good hall gettang experaence that wall he x aluahle to them an next year s play Spurgeon at forward was hagh poant m an an the season aust closang whale Reynolds at forward was much stronger on defense than offense Barley played a good game at qu ard Craduataon an Iune claams Spurgeon and Reynold vxhale Baaley has another semester next year lones and Cook wall he on the team mother year Tackwell Travas Lau Lock Patterson Schwartz and others look to he good prospects for next year s squad and team Nlount Vernon Tournament THE Red Bard quantet showed thear best and most consastent haskethall of the season 1n the Mt Vernon Tournament In these games the Red Bards were usually traalang thear opponents hy fa few poants ewen as late as the maddle of the fourth quarter but an each game were able to put on a rally that netted a 'yactory Cranate Caty lohnson Caty and West Frankfort each lost to Alton hy 2 poants Coach Holt and the hoys returned wath a beautaful cup is the reward for wannang thas anvatataon al tournament Second Team Basketball THE destany of second team ha kethall was placed an the h ands of Foster McCarty at the hegmnang of the season and after gettang aw ay to a had start the squad eased up on thear fear of opponents and lwegan to vean The lvoys lost thear hrst hae g ames and then won 6 out of thear next O games closmag the season wath 6 wans and 8 losses seormg a tot al of 272 poants to 336 for thear opponents A large numher of pl avers were gaxen a eh ance an each game the polacy of Coach McCarty was to gaxe players a chance to dex elop ha kethall ahalaty under hre rather than attemptang to land a vnannang hxe The tarst team squad for next ye ar wall have to dr aw he avaly from thas year s second team squ ad 6s . . . . 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NED S1 Elss CLIFFORD BAXTER LARRY AUTREY KENNETH BAUSER WfLStl1l1g B lsketb all Footb all Footb all Nlonagers TliE E four lwoys h :vt g1X6l1 much t11ne 111 the pist yelr to the Corches 111 the NdI'1OllS sports Every good coach needs 1 lnlnager upon whom to pllce the bllme when thmgs go wrong but never theless the ID rnrgers thls yexr were able to tlke lt md dld thelr work well Alton W Alton 2 Alton 3 Alton 2 "Alton 2 "Alton 'Alton 4 'Alton 'Alton 2 'Alton 2 'Alton TAlton 26 'At Home l:rrst -leom Baslcetball Scores WON G1lltsp1e lerseyulle Grxnlte CltV Soldm Gr 1n1te C1ty Iohnson Crtv M ld1SOD Bellevllle G1 nnte C1ty M 1d1son Bellevxlle Chesterfield "Mt Vernon Tournament TWood Rwer Tournament Alton 'Alton Alton 'Alton 'Alton 'Alton Alton Al ton TAlton lAlton LOQT 2 Collrnsvlllt E1st St Louls 1 Wood Rrver 1 COll1I1SV1ll6 1 Qurncy Wood R1ver 1 Qumcy 1 Lrvlngston 23 iollmswlle 20 Edwardsvllle ' ,1 W ' 15 ' .... , . 19 2- ' I X . 64- 1' . 25 zser . Q 6 4 ' ',.. . A . A 25 Qe ' ' . ' 9 mf 1 .....,.. , A . . , , . 8 Sf ' A , , 8--f 1 ' ' .. ,.,..... .H26 QU' ' 15fg ',., ..... ,,.,r 1 3 12f ' . "Alton 26f-West Frankfort. , A . . 24 Alton 10fEast St. Louis 5' 1 ' ..... ...., ,.,. 2 5 fr- ' .,.. . A 24f 4 ...,. , . ..,...,. 22 5f- ' ' . . . 9 'A 4 ' .... . , .,.... 25 . A ' ' . . 6 rf 4 ' ..,.. ....,... , . .19 Y ' ' , 26-W ' ..,.. ....., ..,,. 1 4 -'W W- . . ....,...... ,16 573 627 Rx Xt ' 66 Dora Brown Marrlyn Stanton Cheer Leoders SECURING a full se rson of cheermg Cheer Leaders IS a much e1s1er thzng to talk about than to nuke a realrty Th1s athlet1c season started out w1th much the same cheer leaders we had the ye rr before but due fo vmous reasons we were soon out of cheer leaders At thxs pomt Betty Io Norrrs M1r1lyn Stanton md Dora Brown took up the t1sk In footbxll Stanton md Brown d1d lgood plece of work mssrsted by Norr1s rn the Western grme St mton c1rr1ed most of the brttle mn b1sketb 111 bemg assrsted at trmes by Brown It hrs been nm my years smce we have hid so m my IS one glfl IS cheer le xder 1nd th1s ye lr the grrls have proved thlt the femrnme sex cmn really le md 1 group of lusty lunged rooters whether It be the grrdrron or the hrrdwood floor for the scene of brttle Second Team Basketball Scores Alton Alton Alto H Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton G1ll65DlC erseyvrlle Granrte Cxty Collmsvllle MddlSOD Bellev1lle Wood Rrver Granrte Cnty Coll1nsv1lle Mdd1SOH Bellev1lle Wood R1ver Lrvxngston l . ,.,,.... 22.. ...r,.,.. 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Alton .,....,, 25 ,..,......., East St. Louis 272 67 Wrestling THE wrestlmg squad under Coach Harnlme had a successful season The only conference champxon on the squad was Dutch Hand 1nd no heavy werght rn the conference gave Dutch any SCFIOUS trouble Dutch won most of hrs matches 1n less th rn 2 mrnutes Robert McDonald Woody Waters Harold Swmney W1ll11m Schmrtt and joe Per1c1 each won more thm 10 pornts Hand and Swmney were taken to the State Wrestlmg meet rt Ill1no1s Unrversrty Swmney lost h1s match on 4 seconds trme advantage to hrs opponent Hand recerved rn mjured nose and upon orders of the unrverslty phys1c1an forfelted h1s match Thls was a tough brelk for Dutch as he had a fine chance to take the State heavy vverght crown Wetght Name Pomts Won Letters Won Bert Sawyer Roscoe Mrkoff Dav1d Wllson Woody Waters Wlllldm Schmrtt 15 2 Nrck Perrca joe Perrca Maur1ce Kennedy Robert McDonald 20 2 Frankhn Ralph W1ll1am Vahle Herman Wmgert Thomas Fettmger Henry Heath Harold Swrnney Heavy W1lbur Hand Ned Spress Manager IN THE PICTURE First Row Roscoe Mrkoff Brll Schmrtt Edgar Bryant Herman Wrngert Harold Swmney Wrlbur Hand Thomas Fettrnger Henry Heath Robert McDonald joe Per1ca Second Row Ned SPICSS Bob Wrckenhauser LavernW1nters B111 Vahle Randolph Sheppard Frankhn Ralph Homer Arbuthnot Nrck Perrca Dav1d Wllson Mr Hamllne fDX 68 95 ........,..,.,,.. ..,4,.r. . . ,..... 8.. ,,.. 95 .....,,. ....,... 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' ' ....,.... ..x ft' 'TN Iafi, ' .. r, .r...r S I Troc TRACK th1s year has not been as prosperous as last year but has been better than Coach Jackson expected at the begmnmg of the season The squad has a number of boys on lt who wall be back next year and for whom thas year s experaence wall be mvaluable Osker Reynolds Walbur Hand Tommy Van Meter and Tommy ones made up our relay team the one field 1n wh1ch the Red Bards won most of thelr honors IU track thlS season These boys brought back 1 swell trophy from Herrm where they won the 8 lap relay and set a new tame record of nearly 6 seconds less th 1n the mark set several years ago at thas school Sorry but of these four only ones IS not 1 senaor and th1s me ans 1 new relay team must be bualt for next year These s1me boys won the conference 2 m1le relay race when they samply dashed away from all COlDp6t1t1OH In the male relay at the same meet they lost to Bellevalle but an th1s race Bellevalle set 1 new tame record Reynolds made 1 good showmg an the quarter m1le runs and Hand and V1n Meter were also good m1ddle dastance runners of Hne calaber Tommy Jones has another year xn track work and should be able to really go places next year He d1d some line work thas year an the 1 2 m1le In the dastract meet Tommy d1d the half male 1n 2 nnnutes and 6 seconds However he had to be sat1sfied w1th second place when the w1nner was clocked 1n 2 5 6 or to be spec1fic just 2X5 of a second ahead of jones jones was taken to the St 1te meet by Coach jackson and 1n meetmg the cream of the State jones placed elghth 1n the race an wh1ch he ran IN THE Prcruluz Frrst Row Tommy VanMeter Osker Reynolds Tommy jones Kelth Cook Clayton Maguare T P Lewas Robert Drescher Robert Schneader Second Row Herbert Lock Glen Smath W1lbur Hand George Ryr1e Robert W1lk1nson Phllllp Schoppet R L jackson Coach Thvrd Row Albert Whate George Pace Elmer Bernard fi 61 2 ' r 2 ' , ., . . . 1 1 . a 1 a a J f l 1 , 2 . , 4 z ' 1 1 ' . , , J 2 ,Q 2 1 ' '. l ' 2 2 2 1 c . L , . . 2 . 1 ' c Q ' 1 ' r ' . 2 f . ' 1 . , l I 11 ' ' . ' 2 H 2 1 ' I 1 1 . , . , . . . il 'Q E I 4 I 5, V 1 -,I A f K., 4 1 . C -1-GDDIS DUE to 1 sprmg of wet we 1ther 111d 1 l1ck of good pr1ct1Ct cc urts there h1s11ot hten 1 gre lt 1et1x1ty 111 tenn1s thlg spr1ng No regul 11' schedule w1s dr1w11 up III tht conference hut t1ch school pl11111ed for 111d pl 1yed I9 1111nv gums 19 poss1hlt In the d1str1et meet the Red B1rds netsters 1111de 1 good showmg hut lost III e1ch C156 to the conference vunners In 1 1111tch w1th Western M1l1t1ry our douhles te 1111 of Al trnethy 1nd Huthner Won wh1le Burch w1s defe1ted 1n the smgles At the t1111e the T1tler Wtnt to press 1111tcl1ts rt1111111 to he pl1ytd t1k1ng the conference ch1111p1o11sh1p th IH It 1ny recent tune except 11st ye If when Alton won the double Before t6I'lI1lS gets u11der he 1dWly next sprmg gr1du1t1o11 w1ll cl11111 Ahernethy Huelmtr 1nd Burch Drucher Thompson md Brown w1ll form 1 group 1r0und wh1tl1 to l3l1llLl next yt1r s squ1d IN THEHCTURE V O Hl1Dl1I1E Co1ch Dur1ntA1'erntthy EdW1rd Huthntr Edw1rdTl1o111p son Rohtrt Brown Fr 1nk Burch '70 1 ' ex 1 1 1 1 A X 1 Q, Q. 1 1 2 4 ' 4 " h 4 ' ' 3 Y. D with Edwardsville and in the conference tourn11111ent. The douhles te11111 has Ll hetter chance of - 1 - ' - ' - - - A 1 1 - 1 Q 1 s. ' 1 1 1 ' , 1 1 ' ' z ' f , 1 1 1 . e: , 1 - ,Q ' ' A 1 1 " ' ' 3: 1 - ' 4 - f 1 a 1 - -1 5 f , V Q yi X . F. NOW SHOWING X X . - 'T' --- in 1 I- ml " I 1- ,Le .--- -- I I I I I 57 I T . I I I 'Q I i, I f F I Q' 'ii :If Organizations : I1-13' 3 'gal I I I I I : I I ' 1 I I I , I I X I Q I I I I I I .1 .. - I I -.. --' I 1 1 I , ' I F ,I x -1-otler S1011 J1ck Reed Busmess Manager Marllyn Stanton Edztor un chu: Luther L Myers Faculty Admser ames D.1v1s Advertlsmg Manager Dorothy Beuttel Assrstant Edztor Elmer Bern 1rd Asszstant Advertrsmg Manager Betty Scott Typzst Chfford Baxter Snabs11otEdnor A111 Mly McDona1d Assrstant Ednor B111 Bund Assrstant Adverusmg Manager Irene Kdhl Typ-:st Rlley W1egmc1 Art Edltor K-N TS - v. , 1 1 . . X I . , J , . , - L , . , A . , v . 1 4 , . , . , . 1. , f N ww t ' - ' KY WK r-. ,-' ' ,. ,4 , The limes Stoll IT hrs been the purpose of the Alton High Times during its six years of public ition to promote good scholirship to preserxe school traditions to encourage clean sportsmanship to sponsor school xctivities to prox ide experience in various phases of newspaper work and to increase school loyilty Durino the school year eighteen issues of the paper are publi hed one every two Weeks The Times is entirely self supporting depending only on its idwertisers and subscribers Orricims Billy Cisselli and Robert Lihlein Co editors Vincent Monzel ind Mirgiret Hanna Assistant Editors Jack Zerwis Busmess Manager Gail Kerr CFIISK Semester md Edgar Billings Second bemesterj Adrertismg Manager Osker Reynolds Cwculatzon Manager MirgiretHinn1 V1fg1H1lH1Il6S Frances Cutler Eleinor Smith Fr1ed1Funkhouser Ellen Gould Ellen ulii Coulter Betty McDoW Second Row Mix Wood Edward Mook ick Zerwis Edwrrd Thompson Georve Ryrie B1llN6tZh1H1HlCf Gail Kerr Billy Cisselli Edgir Frinz Wilbur Little Vincent Monzel Miss Rutledge Third Row Charles Tickwell Osker Reynolds Bertram Wessel Frederick Fuller Edgar Billings Douglis Fisk Lucien Turk Cxrl ohnk Irvin Bott Howard Dem Robert Lahlein Robert Dickerson Shirley Seymour Nor IN PICTURE Dorothy Moll Hugh Horstman George Hays Edgar Foss Doris Randle Miryelli Godwin Oscir Jreger Velmx Wood Marvin Boyce Evelyn Kruse ,4 i, W , l- 1 4 1 ' ' ' 4 Q 1 1 . ' g z . A J . 4 ' .A 7 's g . ' , ' 1 z . 1 ' , ' ' . ' 1 1 z , ' ' . 1 Q , ' . A ' D2 2 ' ' C i a i . . I , . . I IN THE PICTURE . First Row . Edgar Bryant. Jeanne Herzler . Emily Winkler . Gladys Watkins . . I Az . . . 1 . 2 , J: A , 1 , 5 ' . ' 1 . 'A . ' z 1 . 1 J , ' , . 2 . ' ' . ' . ' . , . . ' , . , Q ' . 1 1 ' , 1 2 . z . ' A . . 'Y II 84 Sc: OII THE LoxeIoy Ch Ipter of uIll fs' Scroll whIch 15 In honor Iry socIety for hI h school IournIlIsts was founded ID 1927 The ch Ipter hId 43 members the hrst semester of thIs ye Ir Ind 33 the second The sponsors of the socIety Ire MISS MIldred Rutledge Ind Mr Luther Myers In 1935 the chapter won second honor In the Nat1onr1l umll E99 Scroll contest by SUDII11tf11'1g the Tunes 1nd In 1936 won first award ID the contest Th1s yerr the u1ll Eff Scroll hIs strrted I drne to acquIre money to Instwll 1 pubhc Iddress system IH the Iud1torIum The chapter receIx ed pIrt ofthe proceeds of the boqt excursIon On March 31 and AprIl 1 I movmg pxcture show wIth Cay DesperIdo Ind Love In Exlle wIs presented by the ch Ipter In the Uptown the Iter ThIs chIpter has five honorIry members whlch Tre C C l'IInnI D W Wood P L Thompson of Shurtlefl: College P B Cousley Ind J Dromgoole of Alton Evemng Telegrrph OFFILERS FIRST SEMESTER Csker Reynolds Presldernt Gul Kerr Vxce preszdent DoloresMIrt1n Secretary Dorothy IDU ennmgs Treasurer Cutler Secretary Edglr Frm Treasurer IN THE PICTURE Flrst Row em Lrmpert Dolores MIrtIn Dorothymn ennmgs Emrly Wmnkler Gl1dysW1tk1ns Mrrgrret Hmm VIYQIHIIHIDCS Frlnces Cutler EleInorSm1th Lou1seWeIver Ellen Gould IreneKIhl Betty McDow Second Row MIss Rutledge Charles Tackwell JoeBon1fede jrck Zerwrs Edward Thompson George RyrIe B111 Netzhammer Gaul Kerr B1llCdssell1 Edg1rFrIn Dorothy Beuttel All.1M1yMcDomld SIbylBoughton MIr1lynSt1nton Mr Myers 'Tlnrd Row jack Reed Osker Reynolds Fred Fuller Edgar BIllIngs Douglas FIsk Luc1en Turk Bert Wuellner Dur.1ntAbernethy CIrl ohnk Howard Dean Robert LThle1n Robert Dxckerson ShIrley Seymour VIncent Monzel K-.. '75 ---Z l GUI l' Q I 4 4 S , 4 ' I I ' 'g . ' I 4 , 4 I 4 I L 4 . 4 1 Q 4 1 I L 4' R 4 4 L . 7 , 4 z a i . , . .. I l .. 1 .. . . .. 1 4 I F I 1 , 4 . . . I 1 , . . , . . . , . . . 1 . 4 I . - V A. I y , 4 L. a . I . E L . , . 1 J 4 R , . OFFICERS, SEcoND SEMESTER . jack Zerwns, President , Frederick Fuller, Vicefpresident . Frances , . 1 I 2, . . 4 . J 1 I V . 1 4 . I J ' . ' 4 . I I 4 . I I 1 L . 4 4 41 I . I . I ' . ' . I . I I . ' . ' . 4 ' . ' 4 . 4 ' I . I A Z . . ' T . . 4 . 2 4 . . . . 4 . ' . . . . I .... ,. I 7 km to , L, I1 MFI G1 ls Axuxiliory Council THE Auxiliiry Council held its first meeting linuiry 11 1028 it the Roosevelt High School Miss Cirolyn XVempen dem of girls it Alton High wis the sponsor She hid pl inned for some time to lrrmge 1 club of girls who showed 1 tendency tow mrds le idership Certun such girls were selected from eich cliss of the high school When the Auxiliary wis stirted it consisted of flfteen members Nmcy Cousley wis the first president A pl in for helping freshmen virls to become icquunted with high school life was decided upon by this first group Eich member of the Council was to ict is 1 big sister to 1 group of freshmen girls Thi pl in his been cirried out during the following yeirs During the p ist three ye irs the Council his been xerv prominent in Alton High Its purpose required of them They help in the clinic ict is hostesses in the in un ofhce help keep the clmpus beiutiful ind help enforce the rules of courtesy The Council gixes capers exch semester md the list two semesters hxs h ld school dmces The money eirned in the Council goes to ch irity ind the lunch fund 0FFicERs FIRST gEMESTER Emilie Lou Rothlcher Presldent Wiiiifred Russel Vice presudent Ellen lulii Coulter SecretmyT1easurer Orr1eERs SECOND SEMESTER Jem Lrmpert Prcszdem Mirilyn Stinton V1ce president Allr Miy McDonild Secretary 'Treasurer IN THE PieTURE First Row Mirie Stiubitz Winifred Russel Betty McDow Alli May McDon rld Diimond Kodros M irgiret Hmm Emilie Lou Roth icher Second Row Mirilyn Stinton Miryelli Godwin Frieda Funkhouser Ellen julii Coulter Miss VVempen Glidys Witkiris jean Limpert Mary Kodros Miry Jennings Ele mor Smith 76 O , 0 o 0 A A' Y A ' C ' Sb A v - ' 5 D A 1 t . K -. 1 , , 1 L . 1. . , . A ' . , ' . ' , . . , - 1 , 1 b . . , . . . . e 1 1 A 1 1 3 1 A 1 1 ' '1 ' ' A . e 1 A A ' , . , 1. ' ' 1 11 . 1 A A S. 1 1 . ' . ' . . , ' ' ' . ' , , , ' , 1 , t 5 1 1 1 A . 1 A ' 1 1 1 A' AL A. AA 1 ' A -, As 1 1 1 1 A A ' A 1 S. ' L 1' 1 ' A 1 ' I A A AL . ' , "serVice,AA has been very successfully performed. The Council girls 1ire ready to do any service g A . 1 A A A ,1 1 ' " A 1A A 3, e 1 ' 1 A , 1 b ' . A A ' AA 1 1 1 1' ' 1 e 1 . 1 A A 1 A 1 . 1, 1 e , 1 , . -- , , e h A1 ' , f . " ' , 1' ' 1' 1 . '1 1 , ' . 1 A 1' 1 . ' f ' . 1 1 1 , f . w A . A T V A A A 5 5 . . 1 , A1 , 1 1 1 ' . AA 1 . . 1 A Q 1 . 1 1 ' , Ae 1 . A1 . A' . 1 1 A ' . 1 1 . 1 . 1 f A ' . 1 Q A . W1 Boys Cobmef THE Boys CIbInet wIs founded ID lmulry 1928 when boys who hId Icted IS gl1lLl6S for fresh men orgInI ed I SLFVICC club The purpose of the CIbInet 15 to serve the school Ind to tncounge benefIcIIl IctIxItIes IIDOUQ the bovs The CIbInet members Ire IlwIys re Idy to IssIst In school projects In Iny wIy they cIn They sponsor the hIgh school CXCUTSIOH eIch ye If lD1HlgC the score boIrd It football games Ict lS gItemen at Tthletlc contests Ind IS ushers when needed at other school functlons EIch FebruIry they HSSISC new students by explunxng the school Tssembly for new boy students New members IFC chosen to the CIbInet It the begmnmg of eIch semester Ind oflicers Ire chosen It the begmmnv of elch school yeIr OFFILERS FIRST SEMESTER Osker Reynolds Presldent LeRoy HIFYISOH VIce breszdent oe Arndt Secretary Treasurer OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER Osker Reynolds Preszdem ChIrlesTIckwell Vzce presudent George RyrIe Secretary Treasurer Mr D1nsmore Wood Faculty Sponsor III THE PICTURE Frrst Row Mr Wood Robert Brown Edward Thompson Rogers Farley Osker Reynolds Kenneth Bauser Leonard Bethards joe Arndt B111 Drake Second Row Charles TIckwell john R TravIs George Ryr1e Stmley Matthey Tommy jones LeRoy Harnson DurInt Abernethy BIll Bund john Dryden Fred Fuller Thurston Howard NOT IN PICTURE Ke1th Cook Warren Paddock Harold Patterson LucIen Turk fx. 77 A -Iv N y V , I 5' I I - . H, lf 7. Ii 1 A Y " I ' I ' ,I I , , I I I I .1 ' ' f 72 'Z I :I ' , I ' ' I ' I ' ' I I I . : 'M ' I I , I I I I ' ' , I I I ' I ' , I I , , ' ' . I I I A IA ' A activities IInd individual programs IInd by acting as guides. In the fall they hold Im orientation I I A I ' ' I I I I 5' ' g I I . 1 T ' ' , I' . , ' . I I , ' f ' , I ' - . , 1 . I . . ' A . ' . I , . gg , , Nohonol l-lonor Society THE N1f1ODll Honor Society of Qecondiry qchools is conducted under the ILIQDICLS of the Depart ment of Secondary School Princmils of the Nationxl Educition Associition It was organized it Chicwo 111 1919 Ifter 1 long felt need for Tn honor organizltion I1ltlOI11l 111 scone for secondary schools The Alton Chapter ofthe Nationil Honor SOCIBYY Wis ch irtered in the spring of 1927 with eleven members under the sponsorship of Misses Cirtwright Tnd Cites The purpose of the society is to create In enthusiism for scholirship to stimul ite 1 desire to render serxice to promote worthy leidershin Ind to encourige dex elonment of chirictcr In the students of Alton High Only hfteen percent ofthe students of the 4 1 cliss in the upner third of the cl Iss who hue been rited In leIdersh1p service Ind chiricter by the ficulty ITL eligible for membership The society meets once I month It which meetings Its business is tr Ins Icted Ind outside persons Ire invited to speik OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Gul Kerr Preszdent Emilie Lou Rothicher Vice breszdent Winlfred Russel Secretary Treasurer OFFICERS SELOND BBMESTER ELlglYBlll1l1Q9 President lt,ll1l..lI11DLI't Vrce hremdent jick Zerwis Secretary Treasurer Rothicher El111lyW1I1klLT IIneSt1llIn1-Ls VIrgIn1IH1nes Dolores Mirtin Wiiiifred Russel Dorothy Inn Jennings Mary Alice Piris Mirie btiubitz Second Row Dori Brown Olive Icobi Virginii Fischer Irene Kihl je 111 Kocher Frmces Cutler Doiothy Paddock Aniti Leese Louise We wer Dorothy Beuttel AllIMIy MCDOl1lld ElSlMlUI5ll1 AlbertITroWer Mirilyn Stmton Mary Kithryn Belcher Thwd Row Frederick Fuller loc Arndt joe Boni fede -lick Zerwis Edgir Billings Bert Wuellner Don rld lickson Bill Netzhimmer Gail Kerr George Cinnon Richlrd Rut Robert Brenner Rose Owens jean Limpert Edgar Franz NOT IN PICTURE CII'l Johnk Durint Abernethy Iohn Furblnks Annlbelle Moiitague Orville Williailis 75 1 ' 1 ' C 1 C P ' R ' 1 - ' 3 ' f ' ' ' 1 ' ' 1 1 ' '1 ' . 1 41. ' 1 ' 1 Q ' , 1 1 f 1 k' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' Y ' ' 1 ' 1 4 1 1 ' .K ' , ' , 1 1 v 1 1 -. ' 4 1 1 '1 1 1 F, ' 1 1 ' ' , K' 1 V , 1 1 7 I V 1 1 e ' 1 ' 1 ' , 5 ,1 1 1 1 15 ' A H ' ' . ' E 1 , 1 ' ' L ' - ' Q 1 1 1 1 3 Q g , - R. ',.. , 3 x . 1 , A . , Y f ' , ' 1' . 1 ' ' V., ' , 5 e1 1 R , ' f ' . 1 1 , IN THE PICTURE . Betty Perrottet . Sibyl Boughton . Lucille Nickell . Helen Carroll I Emilie Lou 1 . ' ' ' . L1 1' 1 ' . ' V' '1 1 ' . R' 1 ' . ' ' ' . 1 ' 1 . 1 1 . ' . ' . A ' . 1f . 1 1 . 1 ' ' , . 1 A 1 . ' 1 , ' ' . 1 . ' 1 Z . . . 1 1 . ' KN 1 I X 1.11 h .glg ..1, r1,,,....-,1,, .,,-,-1,1 R as Dromohc Club THE Drxmrtlc Club 15 one of the electne clubs m the school To become 1 member 1 student must try out The sponsor of the club ind dlrector of the plzys 19 Mlss Mrldrcd Rutledge I the 1936 37 school yeu' the two pllys presented were Crptun Aoplerrck and Bxg He lrted Herbert Thls ye ar the club hrs regul ur meetrngs on every second md fourth Tuesd ly of ex ery school month OFFILERS FIRST BEMESTFR Emrly Wlnkler Presldent Dorothymn ennmgs VICL bresrdent OFHLERS SELOND SEMESTER Jack Zerwrs Preszdent Betty McDovw V1CCDT65ldL71K Glrdvs Wrtklns Secretary Vmcent Mon el 'Treasurer IN THE PICTURE Fwst Row Ellllly W1Hkl8f Gxyle Davenport Ruby Snees Louxse Werw er Mlxme Doyle V1rg1n11 Lee Heuer Jme Stillmgs Cl ldys Wltklns Iolfr Corder Slbyl Bough ton Second Row Jem Lunbert Albertl Trower Putty WltklHS Je mn bchmoeller Helen Qenz Dorothy mn Jennmgs Betty McDow Jem Kocher M lrgaret Hmnr Dolores M rrtm Ellen Gould Tlurd Row Vmcent Mon el Bllly ClSS6lll Leonard Bethrrds Jlck Zerwus Edwxrd Thompson Eden' Bllllngb Douglrs Flsk oe Arndt rck Bullock Mnx Wood Blll Dr rke Ki 79 ezine M' Muff W uf SILK X ll 1 - .. E A- ' Ng' - f' . Ml' Q ' -Y Q- . K. I N , ,af gklx,-,!,'K 'T A . an, ,LV A .UIIAA A 1 ' A11 ,ff l ff IA 1 1 A A A' A . T 1 1 . f . 1 A 1 A. A A e ' .1 , n 'A 1 1 AA1 1A Ai AA Af 1 ' , Q . . A A , A . 1 Je A 415, ff ' , Dolores Martin, Secretary . Dolores Martin, Treasurer. . ' ' -, 1 , 1 . - , . 1 A . A A A1 . 1 1 A . 1 1 A . ' .fA f 1 . 1 A '. . 1 . 1 rl 1 1 . 3 1 A . . A . A Z . A 1 1 , 3 1 1 K 1 ' 1', 1 . 71 A A ' . 1 A . J . JL . 1 , I I AA' , 1 1 - 1 The 1 1 A' ' 'TT' ff-- fe 1 Boys Glee Club THE Boys Glee Club w1s orgmned 1bout the trme the new hrgh school bulldlng was first oc cupled C S Porter bec1me d1rector m 1932 It now cons1stQ of 17 members Numerous pubhc 1ppe1r1nceN IIHOHQ whrch e State P T A held 1t Alton specral assemblles Chrrstmis progr 1m B1cc1l1ure1te 1nd commen ement and 1 ClI1C1td presented for Musrc Week Wlth the Grrlb Glte Club 1 mlxed chorus wis formed whrch ,que 1 c1nt1t1 It the June Com mencement The Boys Clee Club sent stver1l representmxes to the St1te contest OFFICERS Nrck Bu 19 Preszdent R1lph Fr1ry Vzce presudem Ruesell P1tterson Secretary IN THB PILTURE Frrst Row Russell P1tterson R1lph Frary loe Bon 1fede Ralph Grissom Nrck Bax as Fr mk Burch P1ul Aul1b1ugh Reg1n1 W1tSOI1 Mr Porter Second Row Herbert Beck B111 Gent Don 1ld Cmttr VILCOI' Bes1w oe Ch llllpl un Andrew Srmonsen Floyd P1ul 1111165 D1x1s KO l . .,.. . 1 1 2 1 f . . 1 ' ' . ' - . Y ' 1 1 1 3,1 4 2' 1 . . . 1 , A ' , A 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 C ,' 1 1 1 ' A . A ' " f 1 4 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 f ' e 1 1 A ' 1 . ' 1 A 1 '1 1, ' . 1 1 , ' f ' . 1 1 , f 'I'reasu'rev . Andrew Simonsen, Librarian. ' . ' , 1 . 1 ' . V 1 . ' ' , ' ' ' " . 1 . 1 1 1 A . A 1 1 . . . . . ' . 1 1 ' . " 1 . J 1 1 ' . A . 1 . 1 " . , CX. 1 1 ' i ' H - .'f', . 1 '- . , s, Q ,N ,' - G ls Glee THE Grrls Glee Club was org mrzed xbout the tmme the new hlgh school bu11d1ng wxs first occupxed C S Porter beclme d1rector ID 1932 It now conslsts of 32 members Numerous publlc lppearinces rmong whlch are Stite P T A held at Alton specul lssembhes Chrlstmxs progrun Baccrllurelte md commencement and .1 c1nt1t.1 presented for Muslc Week Wxth the Boys Clee Club 1 mlxed chorus w1s formed wh1ch gwe 1 cmtltl xt the june Com mencement The Curls Glee Club sent seweral represent 1t1ves to the State contest Treasurer Iolm Corder md Wllllll Robmson L1bm'ru1ns IN THE PICTURF Fwst Row jemette Rosenberger Elleen Burton Helen McPheron Dora Brown Irmr Dletz Ethel Welss Ruth Blundell Elemor Sllllth Mxldred Henderson Mary Al1CCP1f1S bhrrley Prrtt Reg1n1W1tson Second Row Mr Porter H1rr1et Albrecht Mary Ellen Young Iola Corder Rosemrry SCl1lT1ltC Betty McDow Ed1th Ruyle Llewyn March jmne btxllmgs Dorothy Ebbert Lurettr Brown Norm ml Lenhxrdt Mxxrne Groves Blrnche Erley Thwd Row em Crse em ohnson W1ln11 Roblnson Mlldred Benett 91 1 , , . .1 5 U 'vs - NM ' I ' . D . . 2 , Z . . . . Z Y . I . 1 I ' A . I n A A 1 ' 1 ,1 A ' 1 . . . ' , Ai 2 A , ' 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 ' , 1 ' 1 1 ' A . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f A A ' ' 1 1 A ' 1 . . OFFICERS . Betty McDow, President . Jane Stallings, Vicefpresident . Rosemary Schmitt, Secretary' . 1 1 ' 1 A , ' A . . 1 A . ' . . 1 r A . A . ' 1 A . ' A 1 . '1 1 . . . . 1 A . ' . 1 . 1 . A . . A . 2 . 1 '1 A Y . . 1 . 1 1 . 1 A . 1 1 . A . J 1 1 . -I 1 J . A 1 A . A . 'x I ,J 1 OVChGSlTO THE orchestrr of Alton Hugh has been establlshed for those lnterested mn mstrumentll muslc of hwh chrracter The orchestra IS often called upon for publ1c entertarnment Thrs year the orchestra has played for all Dram 1t1c Club productlons both semor plays baccalaureate and commencement IN THE Prcrumz Fwst Row Mary Kathryn Belcher Mary ennrngs Helen Wadlow Mxldred Reed Mabel E LBWIS Vrrgmra Werss Helen McPheron Glen Voumard Dorothy Glbson Second Row Mar1e St1ub1tz john Barnwell Maman Whrttlenxan Barnard Harms jack Frscher ames Creech B111 Run Orvxlle Magu1re Robert Staehle Mlrxlee Muessel Char lotte Belt Lors Mann Thwd Row Ervrn Roenmgke Edgar Bryant Erleen Curry Regma Watson Gordon Lahey Vrctor Besaw Armee McNe1l Robert Schne1der Verr Oulson jean Schmoeller V1rg1n1a Welsh fx S Q A L . . 1 ,w 2 - ' 2 . . ' . 2 , , ' ' ' ' , . . . ' . , ' . ' ' . 1 ' ' . .-I. . 2 . . ' . Q . ' f . ' . t . . , 2 . :ww - ' x X5 In I P I, E .wi - A . 'mais I va .- Colored Gnrls Glee Club THE Colored Grrls Chorus was organlzed at the beglnnmg of th1s school year Thrs group was orvanlzed under the d1rect1on of Rex Hogan and IS now bemg d1rected by Mr Charles C Chase The purpose of the orgamzatron IS to furnlsh 1nstruct1on for those wrshmg to take advantage rn learmng to srng IN THB Prcruruz Fwst Row Eleanor Gordon Rose Perry Marre Searles Georglne Gordon Mar1 rn Armstead je met Galloway Wmlburtxne Hxckmm Evelyn Galloway Madellne Gordon Marcella Jones Second Row Mur1elC1nnon Mable Lew1s Lucllle jordan Hazel Henderson Marthr Nlcholas Lula Henderson Alrce Jackson Pearl McFern Ruby Henderson 'X-.. 53 , I A . . . 7 1 ' z . Q . ' . . . . sk if , I V N . C r C . - r or X is ' a K' ,f , , A, . SGDIOI' Girl Reserves Tlil Girl Reqrxti 14 111 01171111 1tlOI1 of the Y NV C A to help girls p tp1rt for 1 W1 e IIR1 h1ppy future ln 1881 definite work w1s heing dont hy the Y W C A to htlp the younger girlx In 1918 them difftrmt O1'glU1ait1011b of girls idopttd the n 11116 of Girl RL strx Lb It is not only 1 I1lt1Ol'11l org ll11Z1t1Oll hut 111 intern 1111011 11 one IS well A group ww first orgmized in th1Q school in 1924 Girls 111 our eluh 1re t1ught to 1pprec11te the better things in life They 1re intnnitt with the out doore 1nd cultix 1tt the f11endsh1p of other girls All girls 1re welcome to our club proxidinq th1t they lCC6pC the purpose of the cluh OFFILERS FIRST SEMESTER Ruth Moore Presldent Thed1Wy1rd Vice president Exelyn OPHLERS SECOND SEMESTER K1thleen Cnnphell President 141111111 Rohinbon Vrce preszderit Miry Alexmder Secretary Ex 1 White Treasurer Piuline Collinb Program Commntee IN THE PICTURE Frrst Row C111 C ISC M 1rQ1ret Stmffer Lucy M 1rsh 111 Virginii S 1l1dCfSOI1 Ruth Moore Nim Reed EX elvn Anglin Lois Ohley P1ul1 Spooner Second Row Ruth Evins IV1 Bunse osephine King Gerildine Mwwdsley Dorothy Ehhert El1z1heth H1111 M1rg1t D112 K1thleen C11nphe11 M1ry K1th1'yn Belcher Alice Ontis Clor11 Hollind 64 , If . N' a vm ' - 1 '-v- A 5 y A 1 rs - -. 4 'Q - I - . . 1 -1 .... 1 . . . , . ' ' L Q X ' t ..,. 3 3 e ' S. 1-a ' 1 a A '-'R ' - ' -Q 1 5 Q N ' 1:1 vw,-I" ' Q I ' R J. . 1 1 1 . . V 1: A 1 ' ' A. ' . ' ' ' 1 1 K 1 '1 ' , . . 4 3 , . H 3 . 1 I . V D -. , ' . ' :1 , " ' A 1 1 . ' , Q 1 . 1 ' . 1 1 :1 , ' f ' . ' Anglin, Secretary . Virginia Sanderson, Treasurer . M11rg11ret White, Program Chairman. " ' , f . 1 1 f , A . ' -1 ' ' , ' f ' . 1 1 , . '1 ' , . 1 ' 5 i ', ' . . ' . -1 1 1 . 1 .1 1 , 1 1 . ' i '1 1 . . ' 1 . Y 1 ,V ' . ' . 1 1 1 , . 1 . 1 . J ' 4 . 1 ' 1 . . ' 1 1 . 1 5 A1 . 1 1 , 1 1 . ' ' , '1 1 . Xffrwxt 4 Y X fl'l .-ji . . I- if X .57 Jfif X W 'ff Y Jf xl U? Freshmen Curl Reserves THE Freshmen Grrl Reserxe Club W us organlzed rn 1935 under the supervrsron of Mlss june Plum mer of the Y W C A The purpose ofthe OI'0lI11 1t1on IS to provxde 1 wholesome meins of socul md educ1t1on1l rctrvrty for grrls of the nrnth ye rr The club meets before school on Tuesd ly mormngs The program for the ye lr consrsts of numbers by students tnlks by rnterestmq Women outslde the club partxes 1nd outmgs It IS under the d1rect1on ofthe Y W C A md M1ss Ehzrbeth Ham IS the Very rble md popular lduser OFFICERS osephlne Riymond Premdent Hope Heather Vlce breszdent Mirrin Weber Sec 'retary M1r1lyn Coulter 'Treasurer M155 Clrrr Bllck 1rd Faculty Sponsor IN THB PICTURE Frrst Row Chrrstrne Stewrrt V1v1 m Phllllps Cl rrrsse Hxtcher Josephme VerrOulson Ruth Sheppard Helen Wuellner Beverly Barley Alven1Elberg Hope Heather VE? Si . . . . . ,L 'zz A A ' 1 . . 'z 1 1 A 4 1 A A A A 1 . 9 I . L . - . a . L . . . A A .... 1 A ' Q Q A 2 2 1 z "' . , J f A 1 , ' . 1 , ' 'Y ' . K 'L , f . 1 , . ' A Q 1 z , I 7 . ' . ' . A A . 1 . A Az A A . a A 2 . Q ' Raymond . Mzrrizxn Weber . Helen johnson . Ruth Leighty. Second Row . Jacqueline Walter . f A - r ' 1 TAM' AA ' A -.Rl Der Deutsche Verem DER Deutsche Verem WIS orgInI ed 111 1934 Students of Germ lil haxmg an axerage grade of A or B are ehgrhle The um of thrs Cluh 15 to promote an Interest ID German and to hue the student tr amrng and experlence ID speakrng the language The project for 1937 was the Iomt banquet gwen by Le Cercle Franc us and Der Deutsche Verem at WhIch both languages were used In add1t1on dISt1nI,u1shed German Ind French speakers were presented to the two cluhs The dues are twenty me cents each semester OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Douglas Flsk Presudent Olrxejacoln V1cep'res1dent Donald lackson Secretary Edgar Fran Treasurer OFFICERS SECOND DEMESTER Evelyn Kruse Presrdent Carl ohnk V1ceb'reS1dem Edgar Franz Secretary Hattle Hemkle Treasurer MISS LIly W1ll1l1l1SOD Faculty Sponsor IN THE PICTURE Fwst Row MarIe Delfo Olne ICODI Dorothy Loellke Rrta ten Hompel Charlotte Dudley Hattme Hemkle Evelyn Kruse Allce Ontrs Agnes Huck Mlss Llly WIl hamson Second Row jlck Overath jack Trower Blll Cent Harold Hermes james lohnesee Norbert Franz Donald Iackson Dougl as FIsk Bert WU6lll1cF Herbert Etter Carl ohnk Edgar Franz So . I . I I I A . 7' , . v-, 5 . 3 I I Z . . I I I I I Ix XVI I . .' ' ' . ' ' . . ', . , . ,' ' . I I I I Y I s I A I 2 2 Q . . I .. U . I 1.1 3 5 i x . I I I I I ' . . , " ' ' '. . . , . , I I I . I , 7 I ' I I I I C . f , . I I . 1 . . .Y I . , I . V I Q , I . I I , . I , . I .I , - - -I I I I E, . - I . , I , . I , Y I I I , . I , . I , ' . . . I I I . . I . I L I . I , ' I I . I I . I . , I I I I . . , . . ' , . . I . I . . I . 1 1 t 5 V i az N ff-Af -f R Le Cercle FTODCGIS THE purpose of Le Cercle Frrncns IS to st1mulate Interest ID the French people the1r country lrngulge Ind customs The progrrms hrve conslsted of trlks lectures and lHOV1I1g pxctures of places IH Frmce grven by people who hrve tr Iveled there French gunes 1nd folk songs and srmple French pl Iys partrcrprted IH by members ofthe club Ind top1cs by members ofthe club on some subyect connected W1th French l1fe The club has usually h ld at le Ist one party or pIcnIc a semester OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER V1rg1n11 Hrnes Premdent Betty MCDOW V1ce bresrdent Dorls M1ller Secretary Chrrlotte McCurdy Treasurer OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER Betty MCDOW Presldem Jine StIllIngs Vzce presldent Dons Mxller Secretary em Schmoeller Treasurer M1ss L1ly Wlll1dmSOH Ind M1ss ClIrI Bl Ickard Faculty Sponsors IN THE PICTURE Fwst Row Kathleen Campbell Chrrlotte McCurdy Betty McDow Rose mary Schmrtt Estrleene Wrters Mrry Allce Pms Normr Lenhrrdt Ruby Spees Louxse Paynter VIrg1n1a Sturgeon Eldred Wrlkrngton Alneti W1lson Alberta Trower Second Row Suzmne Scott Ivrs Chrsm Dorothy Prddock Em1l1e Lou Roth Icher jrne Stalhngs Fred Olsen George Ryr1e Lesl1e johnson Robert McKay Ellen Gould Helen Sapot V1r Harford ean Lampert Agnes S1mpson Mane Staub1tz Maryorre Newcomer Lou1se Netz hammer Dorothy Todd Dor1s Randle E1leen Curry Eleanor Welhart jean Schmoeller R1ta Clevenger Crystal Prosser NOT IN PICTURE Peggy Sober VX ,, 1 2 I . .. . . Y . . , . S I L I . 1 I ' 2 , , ' A 5 ' g ' ' I A A 2 1 9 1 I ' ' A Q 1 , , A . li I , , L , . , . , A . I 1 A ', ' f ' . A. A , , . bl 1 , . ' 4 ' " I 4 1 1 I ' , . ' ' . 2 1 . 1 ' I " . Q I . ' . ' . 1 . ' ' . z . ' ' 1 . 1 ' ' . ginia Hanes . Doris Miller , Ann Tonazzi . Miss Blackard I Third Row . Helen Sondles . Betty S I " - I Qu, I ww ,f - ' u N Q - . ,,,,-.-. . kb F I I , X I Q I i 3 D X - , 1 Alton Sensor l-ll Y Club THE purpose of the Alton Senior H1 Y Club is To Creite m11nt11n md extend throur hout the school mel Community high stmdrrels ofChr1 tim Ch1r1Cter The four plmles m the platform 1re Clem speech Clem scholirship Clem sport mel Clem lixmg The H1 Y Club is 1 group of older high sehool boys who 1re seeking for themselxes mel their fellow students the highest stmd rrds of life md Conduct This Club rffords 111 opportunity for develop mg leidership lmong 1ts members emph 1s1 es things worth while md 11d III the form rtion of friendships This Club is Chartered by the Stite md N1t1on1l orgmi 1t1ons of H1 Y Clubs A prospectixe GFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Sterl1r1gP1ge Presldenr B1llBund Vrce presrdent Dur1r1tAbernethy Secretary Tom Henesey Treasurer Otis Connerly Sergeant at Arms OFFICERS QECOND SEMESTER Sterling Pige Premdent BlllBL1l1d Vrce presrdent George Rvrie Secretary Bob D1Ckerso11 Treasurer Hugh Horstmm Sergeant at Arms Mr Mrrxiii H Ihne Faculty Sponsor IN THE PICTURE Frrst Row Luclen Turk Otis Connerly Dur mt Abernethy Sterling Prge Bill Bund Tom Henesey Robert Brown Second Row Mr Ihne Robert Dickerson Eelgu' Billings Bill Netzhlmmer Douglis Fisk Bert Wuelliier Stmley Mitthey Mr Brubiker Thzrd Row Homer Cllrk OsC1r jreger Bill Drlke Hugh Horstmm Milford Liu George Cmnon Mix Wood George Ryrie loe Arndt Nor IN P1eTURE lohn Frirbmks s I I - 4 H . . , ,f .J .. I , 1 . L . , I x D g , 1 C ' . 2 1 Q 's 'Q A 1 5 A 1 ' Q 1 : A , 4 a . ' , A : s, 1 'Q L. S 1 ' 1 ' , 1. 'z e ' S ' , Q 1 ' s ' Q ' ' ' ' L 1 1 ' 1 L 'Zz ' e A V . ' 4 ' member must be a sophomore before he is eligible for election into the orgamization. , . Q ' L , , ' , ' f ' . 1 , . . , . , ' ' . . , . 1 , f f . . 1 " . , . . ' , ' . ' . L . e ' 1 . ' ' , A 2 . Q " . . Q Q 1 . . 1 . A . 1 . L 1 . ' 1 . A . ' 1 . f ee Pep Club THE Girls Pep squad w as reorganized in the fallof1936 The purpose of the Pep Club is to dex elop better school spirit and loyalty in the student body to add trength courage md moral support to all athletic te ams QFFICERS Dora Brown Presrdent Betty Harford Secretary Treasurer IN THE PICTURE Fwst Row Helen Carroll Lucy Logan Louise Preble Maxine Doyle Virginia Lee Heuer Ex elyn Taylor ane Stallings Dorothy Gaines Becky Brown Second Gladys Watkins Emilie Lou Rothacher Rosemary bchmitt Iolfr Corder Mary Elizabeth Gething 'Thrrd Row Betty Harford .Ie an Lampert Dora Brown Edith Ruyle Ruth Moore Geraldine Mawdsley Mary Gildersleexe Norma Lenhardt Marilyn Stanton Helen Sondles 89 H - .. A .. H ' J' ' 3 A A 3 71 ' e ' ' 'A . ' A' ' ' ' ' 1 1 ' ' , Q s , A L Q . z , ' . Q , f . ' V' I . ' 1 . -lg 2 ' K . 1' ' . . Row , Sarah Dodge . Kathryn Elwell , Virginia Fischer . Helen juttemeyer . Nancy Luer , 2 2 A . ' ' L e . z ' ' . ' L A ' gy -. -... SGTVIC9 THERE is 1 group of students Who 1ssist the teacher in the study ht1llC2O1J The school librarian has her 1Sh1StdDf5 who take ch irge it the desk in issuing ind checking books t1k1ng care of periodicals ind mrious other duties The c1feteri1 group consists of students who perform their several duties d11ly in order to give efficient service to patrons of the lunch room And this club in cludes ill others who in some form or other serve the school This org1n1z1t1on is open to myone who desires to be 1 member ind who is willing to be of service IN THE PICTURE First Row Betty How 1rd Lydabelle D1vis Thelm1 Alldridge Marie Cress Well Ruth Eirley M lfglfet Elder Thom1s Pace Harold Hodge Norm1 Meyer Frances Foster M1ry Alex mdcr leinne Kocher Pauline Collins Second Row Winifred Russel Roherti Pieper Doris Ohley Edith Ruyle M 1ry Gissler ine bt 1ll1I1gS Genexiexe Wilson Friedr Funkhouser It in Limpert Third Row M1x Kisten lohnny Blrittini Billy Meisen hcimer Wiltcr Milton Irx in Bott Iohn Wright Gul Br 1dley Robert Pice Forrest Brey fogle Miryelli Godwin Mirgiret H1nn1 Ele mor Smith Fourth Row Vincent Monzel Leo Ferguson Billy Cisselli Csker Reynolds Dorothy Meyer Alberti Trower Don Zim merm1n Cl iyton Miguirc Mirjorie Trout Betty McDow M1ry Kodros Hulda Ofbdh 90 2 1. 1 4 2 7 R , . . K . g L 4 I 4 .I 1 H A A . A A1 A A ' 4 A .L . 4 2 . Q L L . . 4 . ' , A . 1 . 1 A . 1 A . A f Q A , A' , A . 2 A . .la ' 1 A . 'A ' A 4 Agnes Simpson . Dorothy Moll 4 Katherine Ruedin . Mildred Henderson . Emilie Lou Rotchacher . 1 4 'A , a Q ' z 1 4 1 1' A , . A , 1 . 1 1 1 A ' . 1 A A 4 . A 5 . ' ' . T fi Service Club l-loll patrol THF bervrce Club 15 'ln orgam at1on composed of several groups of students These groups haxe as thear prrm ary purpose to serve the school an some manner One group as the Student Patrol whrch serx es duly rn the halls and audatorrum durlng lunch perlods Another group rs composed of glrls the Grrls Councrl who serve duly rn the ofhce for exch perrod of the day and there are boys and garls who as rst the ofhce force IN THE PIQTURE Fwst Row Wallr am Walters Wxlllaaaa Poanter Alneta Smath Lora jean Parrs Ruth I aacs Elleen Mohler Ivade an Austm M ary Cruse Alvana Uehelhack Rose Sm alley Eleanor jones Erleen Bradshaw Vera Oulson Second Row Laurence Frelds Henry Groshans Darwan Grll Elsre Maupan Dorothy Beuttel Mary Alrce PIYIS Melba Bourllon Ahce Norton Frances Brtamhal Gladys Watkarms Emaly Robmson Tlurd Row Ray Wehrm an Walter Lengracher Harold Hermes Edward Yost ohn Gray Don Me1sen helmer Ralph Stuart Norm an Bently Paul Breyfogle ack Bower Dan Haar Howard Nlylor Fourth Row Forrest Hoefert bam Hall George Hays Dayton Schrnadt Tom Fet tmver Kenneth Wolfe Lwvern Wmters Tom Henesey Gordon Lahey Eugene Churchall Ray Block fx 91 l . . . , Zn L . r 1 . .' 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Creohve Wrlng CI b To dex elop the creataxe wratang abalaty of the members to afford opportunataes to wrate and to dascuss matters pertunang to laterary wrrtang and to sponsor creatlve Wratmg by other than club members that as the arm of thc Creataxe Wratalag Club organlzed by Mrss Lauretta Paul an 1931 Meetanvs ofthe club are held each Thursday from 8 20 to 8 50 am At these meetmgs laterary wratangs of varrous types are subnaatted hy club members and are crltacazed by the other members and by the sponsor The best of these contrabutaons are pranted an the club magazane WIUQS hrst assued an 1931 Contests to encourage creatlxe wratanq on the part of other than club mem bers haxe been sponsored from tame to tame by the club These have had a X araed appeal and have been popular OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Varganaa Hanes Preszdent Alberta Trower Vace preszdent ,lean Lampert Secretary Treasurer Frances Cutler Labrarmn CFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER Marae St aubatz Presadent Mary Alace Parls Vice presadent ean Lampert Secretary Treasurer Margaret Hanna Labraraan Mass Lauretta Paul Faculty Sponsor IN THE PICTURE Farst Row Mass Paul Fraeda Funkhouser Betty Perrottet Lucalle Nackell Mary Alace Paras Evelyn Kruse Helen Carroll Margaret Hanna Norma Dunphy Louase Preble Second Row Maralyn Stanton MaryellaGodW1n Rose Owens ean Lampert Mane Staubatz Vmcent Monzel Lucaen Turk George Hays jane Stallangs Alberta Trower Fr ancu Cutler Varganaa Hanes Doras Maller qv 1 1 .. y . y Y' 4 'I . . 1 a 1 ,z Q Q . 1 a l , r 1 1 . 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Q Q . 1 1 . .bla . . . . . . .a . . . . . 3- I ll, V - 4 . - . . . . . - A A - Ari Club THE purpose of the Art Club IS To promote 1ll worthy lft 1CtlN1t1Cb w1th1n the school The Art Club w1s OFg1I'11ZECl October 31 1931 wlth 1 1ne1nbersh1p of nlneteen Bellevlng thlt 1 sm1ll club W1th str1ct 1d1n1ss1on requlrements would nx 1ke 1 better workmg org1n1z1t1on the Art Club has the followmg requlrements Q1 A student must h we hid one ye 1r of 1rt 1n th1s hlgh school or other hlgh schools C25 Durmg th1s requlred ye1r of 1rt the student must h me 1n 1de 1 grade of B or 1bove OD A student must recexve 1 m1jor1ty vote when xoted mto the C u The Art Club pm IS IH the sh 1pe of 1n 1rt1st s D 1lette md h 15 uther three colored stones or tn unel settmgs mn lt OFFICERS oe Bomfede Presrdent Dorothy Loellke Secretary Nlck Buds Treasurer Est1leene Waters M 1ry Alxce PHFIS Ruth Rowlmg Anm May Cliyton Idl Jean Gr1nth1m Second Row N1n1 Reed R1ley W1eg.1nd Orv1lle M 1gu1re oe Bon zfede Tom Krepel N1ck Bavas Robert Rutz Ot1s Langford jack Schnexder Ruby Spees 93 A l . a 3 . A .Y . I . . . R 1 1 ' ' 1 ' ' K 4 1 a t ' Y Hz ' a ' , e J 1 1 2 L ' ' 'F 4 ' A Q 1 Q ' 1 1 I b. ' . J 1 , ' . , . ' 4 " , . IN THE PICTURE . First Row . Crystal Prosser 1 Dorothy Loellke . Agnes Simpson , Jeanne Herzler . Q . 1 A ' . ' . . . 1 . 2 ' Q 1 . . ' 1 . ' ' ' . ' 2 ' 2 . . ' i - Qrgcmnzctuoms WITHOUT puctures Stomp, Camera, Home Economics NOW SHOWING ADVERTISERS and FEATURES ' lg S Pdphobehclndex Acme Bowl1ng Alleys Alton Automobale Go Alton Bakmg E93 Gatermg Go Alton Bankmg Es' Trust Go Alton Box Board Go Alton Brlck Go Alton Evemng Telegraph Alton Floral Go Alton Insulat1ng Es? Roonng Go Alton Laundry Go Alton Laght Er Power Go Alton Lumber Co Alton Tent Es' Awnmg Go Alton T1re Sales Go A ci P Grocery Barth s Ph urm acy Be all Tool Go Beauty Parlor Gomplamentary Berger s jewelry Bernard Tallorlng Go Block Ice Cream Go Brandenberger s Braght Spot CGO Servlce O11 Co 1 Brown john T Motor Go Buck s Punt Store Burns Motor Go Clmp Ee? Walker Serw 1ce Stat1on Garter Bros Motor Go G1t1zens Go1ch Go Glty Fuel Eff Supply Go Golumbu Hotel Gomplaments of a Fraend Gomplaments of a Fr1end Dee Floral Go Degenhardt Pharmacy Flrst Nataonal Bank Ear Trust Co Foster s Drug Store Gem E93 Uptown Godw1n W I Gouldmg s ewelers Grand E3 Pr1ncess Theatres Gruet Motors Inc Hamer IC Harrlson Company Engravers Hartmann Lou1s J Gloth1ers Heskett Machme Co Hudson s jewelry Hyndm an Ice Eff Fuel Go J Es? R Motor Supply Go Kerr s Drug Store Kllnke Ice Es' Fuel Co offhdvedmem Laclede Steel Go Lampert Bottl1ng Works Leona Beauty Shop Llndley W F Servrce Statlon Logan s Mornang Star Daary Luly john G Drug Go Mary N E Mellmg E! Gaskans Prantmg Co Metropolatan Lmfe Insurance Go M1ller Dan Go Mlneral Sprmgs Hotel Modern Weldmg Go N1tSCh6 Drug Store Noll s B 1kery Peapert Wm Groceraes Poole Rock Pharmacy Prlncess Ice Cream Sho ueen Insurance Agency Red E! Whlte Grocery Go Reeder Coal E99 Ice Go Re1lley Brothers Inc Relnxnger Dyemg E99 Cl6dH1Hg Go Reass Studxo Ross Hardware Go Ryr1e Geo M Co Sargent Ice Es? Goal Sears Roebuck Es? Go Sessel s Seven Up CSte1n D1st Go J Shell Petroleum Corp Shurtleff College Salk Es' Son Serv1ce Stataon Snyder ohn Go Sprlngman Lumber Go Stanard T1lton M1ll1Hg Go Steck Insurance Agency Streeper Funeral Homes Sunny SQFVICC Stataons Thr1fty Drug Stores Todd Gleanmg Er? Dyexng Co Tr1 G1ty Grocery Tr1 State Goal Go U S Hat Shop Veath F L Ee? Son Vogue Wells Barnes T1re Go Inc Western Gartrldge Go W1111dmSOH Pharamcy W1Hdm111 Cafe Young s Department Store Young s Shoe Store Pug Page 9 A .,... ... ,,,,.. 126 ' A . ........ ... ......102 ' . ,....,.. .126 V6 ' .,..........114 z A r' A . .....,.., 124 ' ........... ...., . 128 2 A . ..,.,...... 102 A , . ., A A ..,. .. ..112 ' . ......,,...,...,. 124 A A ' ,.,...... 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' ' 1 . 3.34, . . I I riff . ' .. ' 1 X' . . A f X Wlth Super-X you lncrease 49 -I I I 1 V V7 R1 7 ' ' ' ' '4 . , 1 Y C 7 ' . . . , 7 ' Y - , 0 I , . 7 9 ' , . . . l I X ' if t.... E CCllGV1dCIl' AUGUST '41 Terchers meet and plln for openmg day of school SEPTEMBER 1200 plus enroll 1n hrgh school New te lchers M155 Bldwell home econormcs Mr Brown commerclal Mr Deason sc1ence M155 8utherland Engllsh M155 Warner Englrsh Seruce Club orgim ed student servlce for the school Tztler St 111 orgrm ed und Relss Studlo w1s selected to tlke plctures for the 37 Tltler Act1v1ty tlckets slle stlrted Over 600 tlclcets sold Footbrll pep lssembly Red Brrds xs Clexelmd of bt Louls Our wctory 250 OCTOBER Creatlxe WY1f1Dg Club 1nduct1on Flculty Party at Cimp Talmhr M155 McC1uslmd spoke to u1ll EQ' Scroll about the 0lyH1p1C glmes Crlmte xs Alton Crxnlte won 1312 H1 Y house party it Chlutauqul Le Cercle Frmcus lnduetxon DT1l11lt1C Club Inductlon Ttxchers 1l1SC1fLltt, no school 1. .Q A A . 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NOVEMBER Red Blrds belt Wood Rner 42 6 No school Teachers Inst1tute Red B1rds bert Collmsulle 170 u1ll Es' Qcroll Banquet at Y W No school AfI1119t1CC Day u1ll Ed Scroll 1nduct1on Preudent of Montrcello spoke In assembly 6 CA Mr Wrlght from Owens lll1no1s C1155 spoke m Assem hrst rpnerrlnce before hleh school 15 embly Alton bert M1d1SOD '54 0 St.lLCt1OI1 of subyects for next year Ruth Moore vns crowned football queen 1n xssembly 26 27 Turkey Dry hohdzys 26 Alton 1'11gh be1t Western M1l1t1ry Acldemy 180 DECEMBER Dr1m1t1c Clubs productlon of Crptam Apple ack Blsketball film was shown durmg assembly per1od Football banquet gnen at Masomc Temple G11l6Sp1E at Alton Alton won 31 19 Alton at jerseyulle Alton won 26 25 Rellglous Tmbleaux glven 1n assembly by French and G Alton at Crinlte C1ty Alton won 36 25 99 bly md Colored Chorus made rts erman students fwawwf! AMONG the treosured thmgs thus book wall hove cts ploce From every poge old frnends smule from every poge throng memones gro crous ond tender ond glod It is o Treosure Book You be fine ond true 'll Wuth thus thought rn vrew these en grovmgs hove been wrought by fl2CJ HARRISON COMPANY ENGRAVERS NC IO rms sunset SA Louis Mo 100 wont everything obout it to k -ll . ' .INT elendar contlnuecl KX., Soldan St Louls at Alton Alton won 298 Rev Vance spoke before Chr1stm as Assembly Alton at Collansvrlle Alton won 38 22 Teachers Chr1stmas Party g1ven an audatoraum Startlng of the hohclfays Oh Boy' The Tatler Staff motored to St Louls and v1s1ted the Harrason Engravlng Company and attended the St Louas Theatre Pubhc Speaklng classes attended Pr1de and Prejudlce at the Amerlcan Theatre IH St Louas Mt Vernon Tourmment defefatmg Gr1an1te Caty 28 26 johnson Cxty 1513 and West Frankfort 26 24 Alton has the trophy JANUARY Oh' Hum' Back to School Assembly Songs by Nack Bav as and selectlons by the orchestr1a Organlzataon plctures taken for Tatler Scandal assue of Tlmes out Basketball game East St Louls 30 Alton 26 Nataonal Honor 5OC1CtY meetxng electaon of olhcers u1ll Es? Scroll meetxng 6l6Cf101'1 of ofhcers Inductlon ceremony of Natlonal Honor SOCICCY Basketball game Iviadlson 25 Alton 45 Basketball gaane Bellevalle 22 Alton 24 Baccalaureate SBYVICBS Pot luck supper and theater party for senaors bemor Banquet at MISOHIC Temple Basketball game Wood Rner 43 Alton 20 4 1 4 2 pa ty Emaly Wlnkler was crowned queen of the senlor cl1ass Dxstrxbutaon of report cards Graduataon Basketball game Gramte 25 Alton 29 More bad news begannang of new semester Inductlon of new members xnto H1Y B1asketball game Collrnsxalle 45 Alton 18 FEBRUARY Honor 8oc1ety prns came Fxrst day to regaster Collectlon for flood refugees S140 00 an cash 1116 bundles of clothmg and 625 c.ans of food were collected lndaan oe Frrday gave a talk an assembly Basketball game uancy 22 Alton 19 Basketball game Madason 19 Alton 26 Movmg pactures by Chexrolet Motor Comp1any 1n .assembly Basketball game Bellev1lle 14 Alton 26 Basketball game Wood Rner 29 Alton 14 Basketball game umcy 36 Alton 19 played at uancy Washmgtons barthday School was dasmlssed at 2 p m The orchestra played Herman Peek of bhurtlelf College sang and Carl esson head of the Musac Department played several numbers and accompanled Mr Peek 1n assembly program for graduataon 1n une Ltast home basketball game Lavxngston 20 Alton 15 101 C - ' . 19. 1 , .4 . 4, 1 . . f . 23. . 1 4 1 . 23. 1 4 4 . . f . 24. 4 4 1 4 4 1 4 4 . 4 4 ' . . 28. 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Galvanized Standard Rlgld Condult C ontrol of quallty begms Wlth the manufacture of the steel IH our own open hearth furnaces and contmues through all subsequent processes 10 S 1 e gg J! Angles and Small Shapes e Wire Wire Mesh C a1er1c1ar contlnued MARCH A tr1xe1 lecture Wlb gnen d11r111g Germ 111 111d F11nch ClLl1W 111c1t111g lllll. St 111111115 Won D A R Contest Alton H1gh WYLSC1ll1g te 1111 1o11rneyed to Un1'w1r51ty of 111111015 for the St1te 1111tch H1Y 1n t1l1ed Chmter lt Glllnsple Nltlfllill Honor Soclety p1rty for 11111 U Scroll u1ll Cv' Scroll p15try 511e 1t Young 5 Dept Storc Sr P1tr1ck 5 D1y co1111c11 c1per 131g 1'1e1rted Herhert vt1 prutnted hy the Dr11111t1c C1Ll17 U111 L Scroll 5po115ored 1 hovx lt tht Uptown t111.1ter APRIL Apr11 Fool 5 D1y Dld you get foo1td7 B 111d Contest CHo11d1y, B1nd Contest u1ll C Scroll 1nd11ct1on Ceremony ASbCHlb1y 1 t11k by Mr Wood 'I'1111e5 out new t111 1n11ounced A55e111111y two one 1ct pl1y hy Shurt1ef1p11yer 5po115ored hy tht N 1t1on11 Honor Soc1ety 25 SPTIUU x 1c 1t1o11 fx 11111 C, Scroll T1111t5 St 111 111d T1t11r St 111 111otor1d to St 1.0111 to Xl It the Glohe Dc111oc1 1t 1111 Q Scroll 1 e11111x Protu or M1 MV11 Mr Wood xmnneroft 1 1e11t11111t11 111d S111y1 Boufhton XVIVINLI' of th 11L11 5 1LlI11OV 1'1lL,11 B111d c1rd p1rty MAY Orche5tr1 111d C1r15 Glee C1L113 111 155e111h1y 1111151c week Mr Pett1ng111 Mr5 Sp1r11 111d Mr 1nd M15 Ch15e1n 1 provr1111 O1I11U:-1L. 11111 Cf Scroll entertnned N1t1on1l Honor Soc1ety w1th 1 d111ce Mr Reyno1d5 111o1ovy 1115tr11ctor ICCSPCS c111 to 1o11et H1ch School P11y pre5e11t1d l1y Dr11111t1c C1Lll3 ohn Schonnet of Beth1lto 111 1 re1d111c My F1r5t D1t1 Sc11o11 6Kl111Wlf 1115 lc Addrw y5tc111 111 t111111 111 111d1tor111111 XLLIFSIOII cn T111 C1111t11 We Went up 5trt1111 t S1111or p11y 1111 tntcd M111115t M111 111 th Wcurld DLCOf1f1011 D1y no 5chool JUNE T1tler d15tr1l1ut1on N1t1on11 Honor Soc1ety 1HL1L1Ct1OI1 L15t d1y for 58111015 Wonder how the u11der gr1d111te5 feel" B1cc111ure1te struct Rex 11017131115 W15 the 5pe111e1' Tr1p to the Muny 0p6f1 to we The Gre1t W11t Se111or p1rty d111cc 111 1'111,h School gym St111or5 1tte11d the p1ct11rc 5how nt the Gr1nd St111or PILIIIL It Ch111t1uq111 4 1 4 2 p1 y COIIXIIXCIICCIIILIIC IU C - . 3. 1 ' 1 1 1' "1 A 1 1 '1 11' K. 5. i. 1 1f1 A xi . . . 1 1: 6. 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X, School Years The years spent in School Buildings teach everyone the value Of permanently beautiful brick walls Why not build your home too Of brick and insure schoolroom comfort and safety for your family. ALTON BRICK COMPANY TODD S Trl State Coal CO CLEANING DYEING WHOLESALE SL RETAIL TAILORING COAL 8. COKE PHONE 2229 PHONE 639 1718 Washington Avenue Yard Broadway 8a Q heriy THE Wzndmzll You to Try Our SPECIAL PLATE Service Station LUNCH C Brown and Seminary 1711 Washington Ave Camp 81 Walker 104 95968 , I o o Mobil Oil and Mobil Gas . . 25 ' rw 5 . A BEALL TOOL CO PLAIN KANTLINK AND POSITIVE PATTERN LOCK WASHERS LOCK TITF COTTER KEYS FOR COOD FOOD LET THE F H VEATH Sn SONS T r1 C1ty Grocery 6 Rb ld Company bERVE YOU iEqp S12 O Manufacturers J Q26-If E A -------------- I Q52 ' ' Z Aifzle ic ui men! Cleaners e ui ers C' I N SGD Ol' Closs W Mara an Armste ad bequeath my volce to Mable Lewas Joe Arndt bequeath the pres1dency of the senaor class to the next sap who as wallmg to take at Ivadean Austln bequeath my possessaon of at to Paula Spooner Catherlne Baron Wall 1 lucky break to all undergraduates Bernadane Bauer W1ll my athletac A s to any garl Who can t get one Kenneth Bauser Wlll the aob of patchang up the second team to the next football manager Herbert Beck wall my brotherly love to somebody else who wants a saster Mary Kathryn Belcher wall my hddle to Mara an Whattlem an Leslae Bell bequeath my abalaty to make excuses to jack F1scher Evelyn Belt wall my school sparat to myself Frederrck Beneze wall my ab1l1ty to get excused absent sl1ps to Kevan Corder Elame Bennett bequeath my ab1l1ty to hang on to an athletac star to Rosemary Rose Leonard Bethards bequeath my abalxty to catch the faanters an plays to jack Zerwas Luretta Brown wall my southern accent to Mr Eggaman Blythe Brown Wall my heaght to Clafford Baxter Lmcoln Burns Wall my bashfulness to Frank Burch Charles Buck Wall my pape to Armour Company for smokang hams Irma Chev alley wall my anterest an mrlk men to une Tace Otas Connerly bequeath my pOl1tlCll knowledge to Mr Wood Ellen ululaa Coulter bequeath my neatness to Carl Baaley Bally Crandall bequeath the vall age of Elsah to Prancapaa Imogene Davas wall my love of radang an dame tlX1S to Varganaa Cheesman Eugenaa Delano Wall my name to Presadent Roosexelt barah Dodge bequeath my abalaty to cuddle 1n the halls to Helen Sapot Robert Ele bequeath my abalaty to entertaan the passengers on the school bus Wath my srnganv to Carl Lovvder Alace Elmendorf wall my curves to V1rgan1a Sanderson Wallaaaaa Forrester wall a basketball to Coach Holt Frances Foster wall the sales tax to Governor Horner Madelane Gordon wall my good looks to Claffus Lee johnson Mary Gordon bequeath my fl1rt1ng abalaty to lanace Reanachen Varglnaa Hanes Wall my A s to Ned bpaess fHe ll need them LeRoy Harrason wall not wall my love for the Football ueen to anyone LaMo1ne Haynes bequeath my drowsaness to anybody who needs extra sleep Florence Hechler bequeath my sunny dasposataon to Ellen Gould Thomas Henesey wall my bag feet to Keath Cook for use on the basketball floor Vargama Lee Heuer wall my locker hangers to Martha Logan Ealeen Hoppe bequeath my hrst husband to Ruby Spees Wrllaam Horn bequeath the bag bass horn to the band Lucalle Huvhson Wall my red ha1r to Mass Colonlus Harold Hutchinson wall my Tatler plcture to the Museum of Natural HISIOYY ohn jackson bequeath my specaal daet to Alberta Ratchey Audrey Jacoby wall my tm solder to the Army Dorothy ann jennmgs wall my cell an the Saant Louas yall to ames Davas 107 I I I, 1 41 1 , 1 4 1 A . I, , , 1 4 4 1 'U 4' 4 4 1 A . I, 1 ' 4 , P ' 4 44 ' A . I, ' 4 1 , 4 1 1 ' 1 1 . I, 1 4 1 , 4 1 4 44 4 44 1 4 1 4 . I, 1 , A 4 v1 4 ' ' ' lg . I, , 4 ' 1 4 . I, 1 1 , 4 A 1 41 A 1 . I, 4 , 1 1 4 4 1 1 4 . I, , 4 - 4 4 . I, 4 , A 1 4 4 1 4 ' . I, ' , . 2 " H , . ' . " . I, 4 1 I i . . I .1 r. 1, . K Y I . I, 1 , A ' . 4 ' . I, , . . , i I, 4 , 4 ' . I, 1 , 4 4 -' 4 . I, I 1 g . . . ., 1 ., J , . I, 4 , U 1 4 4 1 . . I, 41 , 1 1 1 14 . I, 4 1 1 , 1 4 1 ' 4 4, 41. I, 1 4, A 4 A 4 4 1 4 4 4 4' 1 . I, 41 1 , A 1 4 ' . I, 41 ' , 1 1 44 4' 44 4 ' 1 . I, Franklin Donahue, bequeath 'Amy speed44 to Maurice Cox. I, , L V .. R. F i . W. . H 1 . I, 4 41 ' , 4 ' 1. 1 ' . I, ' , 4 4' 1 ' 1 44 . I, Y . , , .1 ., . ' I, ' , 1 4 4 1 44 -' 4 4 4 . I, , . .1 2 , . 1. . 1. 1 . r . I, 1 4 , 4 4 4' 1 Q 44 1 . I, 1 4 1 , 1 4 1 1 . I, V A ,, . . . .. l I, 1 ' , 4 4' 4 44 4 , 1 ' . I, 4 4 41 , 4 44 1 44 ' ' . I, 4 , 4 . I, 4 A' , 1 4 ' 1 . I, 4 V, , 4 14 4 4 . I, 1 4 , 4 1 4 1 1 4 . 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Compliments of ' I O I , . lass CODtlf'lU6d Frances ewell wall my smale to Dora Means Bernard Keeney wall my curb sattang on New Year s eve to Edwan Yenny Marae Kelly bequeath my blue eyes to Mass Bartholomew Gaal Kerr wall my squarrelaness to john Faarbanks Robert Landass wall my garlfraend to some guy who wall help her up the staars Anata Leese bequeath my bag gruff voace to Mr Myers Eugene Lenhardt bequeath my socaology book to someone who wall use at Bernard Lantz wall my love for redheads to Ralph Frary Orvalle Maguare wall my artastac drawang to the Art Museum Dolores Martan bequeath my voace to Nack Bavas Ceraldane Mawdsley wall my Tatler pacture to Carl ohnk Ruth Melton wall my knowledge of algebra to Mass Klump Dorothy Meyer bequeath my bookkeepang books to Mr Clark Norma Meyer bequeath my boots to Varganaa Sturgeon Mary Kark Mook wall my way wath the boys to Harraet Albrecht Ruth Morgan wall my popularaty to Ruth Rowlang Harry Moulton wall my baseball bat to Otas Langford Mabel Neal bequeath my cap and gown to the Iune class Marjorae Newcomer bequeath my Cookae to the baker Bettv ,lo Norras wall my Canger Rogers dancang abalaty to Norma ee Korte Doras Ohley wall my pep sweater to the next cheer leader Qtas Parker bequeath gl asses an the cafeteraa to Mass Henry Roberta Paeper wall my 5 Es? 10 cent aob to Margaret Whate Nana Reed wall my wad of gum to Varganaa Stewart jack Reed wall the rang I have an my pocket to Maralyn Stanton joe Rachardson bequeath my cookae duster to Nack Bavas Emalae Lou Rothacher bequeath my tube of lapstack to jean Lampert Gene Russell wall my fleetness to Ed Thompson Wanafred Russel wall my weakness for cornets to the band Florence Russo wall my speed an typang to Harry McIntosh Rachard Rutz bequeath my Honor Socaety pan to the next person who loses has Edath Ruyle bequeath my candy bars to my saster Fred Schlueter bequeath my knowledge of U S Hastory to Mass Cates Rebe Ray Selkark wall my wannang ways to Dorothy Beuttel Hattae Smath wall my abalaty to rattle dashes to osephane Russell Robert Staehle bequeath my ex garlfraends to Maurace Cox Gene Storm wall Louase to Edgar for safe keepang Alberta Trower wall my bottle of sta back to Donald ackson Alvana Uebelhack wall my typang abalaty to Eunace Helkamp Elsae Vandergrafl' wall my red haar to Maxane Groves Helen Wadlow bequeath my fiddle to Mr Porter Dorothy Ward bequeath my love for football managers to anyone who lakes them Louase Weaver bequeath my knattang to Betty McDow Frances Westbrook wall my Household Physacs book to Mr Stage I won t use at anymore Emaly Wankler wall my strade to Mr Clark Rachard Wanslow bequeath my wrazzlang to Woodae Waters Max Wood wall my unruly locks to the boys of Alton Hagh Cordon Zammerman wall my heaght to jack Kandag Maurace Koehne bequeath my abalaty to get back an socaology classes to james Norvell John Lyons bequeath my marcelled curls to Fred Fuller 109 I, 1 J , ' A 1 . 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' S12 A .... .t .N . 11- Sensor Closs prophecy Recently we photogr1phed 1 crystal ball and when the neg1t1ves were developed th1s IS wh1t they reve1led H1rr1et Albrecht the k1dd1es best fr1end 15 tell1ng bed tlme storles and s1ng1ng lullables over 1 coast to co 1st hook up Mary Alex1nder h1s l1nded her football hero after many years of rough tackllng lohn Barnwell IS Rubmoffs understudy Elden Bauer has become the worlds most famous tatoo1st Ch 1rlotte Belt owns 1 bo1rd1ng house for r1ch bachelors M1ldred Bennett 15 1 f1sh1on styl1st 1n Par1s Elmer Bernard IS 1 number one s1lesman for Wr1gley s Chewlng Gum Company George Berry IS he1d professor of chennstry at Yale Dorothy Beuttel lrves on 1 very l1rge d11ry flrm 1n1rr1ed of course Edglf B1ll1ngs 1 ch1p off the old block hlS entered pOl1tlCS joe Bon1fede 15 busy p11nt1ng the town red Irv1n Bott lb the f1mous IYVIU of New York m1nuf1cturer of odorless perfume S1byl Boughton IS professor of Enghsh IH the hrst grade at Godfrey School Robert Brenner IS 1 IDOVIQ st 1r spec11l1z1ng IH butler roles even to the Enghsh accent Alene Brown 1S 1n IUSIFUCCTESS at 1 danclng school IH New York Dor1 Brown IS teach1ng gum poppmg IH k1nderg1rten Edg1r Bryant IS go1ng to be strmgled to death by Ed CStr1nglerj LCWIS Gertrude Bryant IS elex 1tor g1rl ID the Emprre State Bu1ld1ng just takrng a r1de J1ck Bullock 1s the proud f1ther of four red headed g1rls Wdlt 1 mlnute It s five Elleen Burton 15 pl1y1ng the p1rt of ul1et 1n Shakespelre s great play Romeo and ul1et K1thleen C1mpbell IS 1 chorus glrl 1n the Z1Cgf:l6ld Follles George C1nnon 15 the proud f1ther of a son who carr1es p1pers just l1ke h1S father d1d when he w1s 1 boy Helen C1rroll IS modehng dresses for 1 large dep1rtment store ID Godfrey joe Ch1mpl1n Ib 1 Ford de1ler ID Texas Leslle Chapm 1n owns 1 the 1ter 1t Cottage Hrlls Anna May Cl1yton h1s t1ken over the Br1gbt Spot and now serves hot dogs mstead of ham burgers Dorothy Clower IS a hat styllst 1n Parxs P1ul1ne Coll1ns IS bookkeeper IH a large bank IH Salt Lake C1ty Norman Combs IS I11lI'1lg6I' of the Temple Theatre Fr1nces Cutler IS head cook It j1mm1es Coney Island Cafe Gayle D1venport IS M1rth1 Carr 194Ofwr1t1ng adv1ce to people IH drstress George Dav1s 15 a fru1t grower IU Flor1da Hazel D1v1s IS takmg c1re of the chrldren s nursery at Bethalto 1mes DAVIS IS he 1d SllC5XDAI1 for the L1febuoy Shavmg Cream Company Robert D1v1s owns 1 f1ctory manufacturmg br1ll1ant1ne MTYIC Delfo works ID the 5 Es' 10 cent store 1nd rom1nce IS rumored w1th her boss' M1fgl6 D1az IS te 1ch1ng Sp1n1sh at Shurtleff College Erma D1etz h1s taken M1ry L1v1ngston s place on jack Benny s program LOIS Dorr1s 15 known as the speed kmg by res1der1ts of Alton FTHHCIS Doyle 15 stlll Dodge mg around and 15 now ra1s1ng l1ttle Doyle IES CHOW about 1t Sar1h7D 113 . 1 1 V V c L 1 1 . c , . , ' 1 ' f f 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 ' ' . 1 , 1 . 1 1 1 ' . 1 1 ' . 1 1 1 . 1 ' ' . 1 1 1 1 ff 1 . 1 1, 1 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 , , 1 1 . 1 1 , 1 . 1 ' 1 . 1 ' 1 . 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 , . 1 1 ' 1 , . 1 1 J 1 J - Id 't k w h R ' K 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 2 . 1 1 ' 1 . r A 1 2 V 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 ' f ' ' f 1 ' . 1 1 1 . . .1 . 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 .- 1 1 1 1 - . 1 1 . AI1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' , 1 1 1 f- ' ' ' . 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 4 Lb Wi 1 - 1 1 1 1 55 QQ . 1 . 'SW ' NX '1 SHURTLEFF COLLEGE Alton s Instztutzon o Hzghev Lecwnmg Thorough tralmng ln Arts and Sclence and IH Educatlonal Pre Professlonal Secretarlal and Physlcal Educatlon Courses Shurtleff s Physlcal Educatlon and Recreatlonal program mcludes Foot Ball Basket Ball Tenms Track Golf and Horseback Rldlng Fully accredlted by the Umverslty of IHIHOIS and the State Department of Educatlon PRESIDENT P L THOMPSON SHURTLEFI' COLLEGE and 5 fmyllmil MM Q ' 'H es W 'liiiliiiiillli imii im ,im Will! IH UNH JUJU HI 7 CSL iinfwffioiiuf Lampert Bottling Works 605 E 9th St PHONE 2018 114 2 - . f . . x ' r , . . r 7 2 1 For further informalion write or call Tha- .ihrary "wh:-ro Ir-arning Mowers." .Xn inviting atmosphvri- that make-s . . study fasvinating and leisure hours 4 1 lulm! 'Air fr' , 3 'T 1 . , is iii 4-.ww-H ,as 7fifvlWrf'I1II!wf,, f T flnlllW"'-""'I'.- W . 4, ff! A il Q1 ' ' lv' 1 ,,,, x "im F1 'M , 151.525 , 4 'i.,uf- 1-fy T T15 V E wknoovnzsn 'U ,i Hn-eg ' . -,.......-of,fg.,m X md! M -I 4 , noomirnll V mr ms, lx H.: .W Ji..- i ii W." N 1- JIM Hlllilllliiiliii, hi ,, ,sf 'lu Wluisillhllflnl E fi i, V Qiiiiiflliifimffffifffffi9 '-i1"'fvnvin'uJU viii iw' FummguJ..uypif 2 .::..a....-f Q..-.H -T . -, . 0 5 E Semor Class prophecy continued M1x1ne Doyle I5 pl11y1ng ro1111nt1c parts ID the L1ttle Theater plays Norma Dunphy IS 1 c1g1rette g1rl IH a New York nlght club L1urence Edwards IS SOdl water boy dur1ng the ball g1mes It Sportsman s Park john Furbmks 15 owner of the Ill1no1s Term1n1l and 15 operatmg 1n elaborate streamlmed us system 1n Alton R1ch1rd F1rmer 15 111 1uto 111ech1n1c 1nd hopes to s1ve enough n1oney to get on Ma1or Bowes Am1teur progr1m IS 1 wh1stler ThOH1lS Fettmger 15 dI'1Vll1g 1 d1n1e tlX1 Hubert F1elder hlS 1o1ned the 1rmy to get 1W 1y from It all meanmg what Huber Leomrd Flelds 15 1 plumber 1nd 15 puttmg IH new dr1nk1ng fountuns at Alton Hlgh VIFQIDII F1scher 15 IH 11rpl1ne hostess and from wh 1t I hear she IS do1ng E1 pretty good 1ob of l1nd1ng the p1lot Edg1r Foss h1s taken G W Reynold s place as teacher of b1ology at Alton Hlgh George Fr1es 15 one of those d1m bu1lders Freder1ck Fuller 1s competmg Wlth George Ryr1e 111 the grocery busmess Fr1ed1 Funkhouser IS the hostess at the Swmg It mght club 1n Ghlcago Dorothy G11nes 15 1 be 1uty oper1tor 1nd really flxes herself up Ann1 G1ll1not 15 sell1ng Fuller brushes P1ul1ne G1berson IS b1rker for Bob W1dlow 1n R1D2llDg Bros c1rcus Id1 M1e G1ll h1s the world s record for typmg speed H1rold Gllllln IS collectmg from h1S SOC1ll Securlty 1ccount GEOFQIDI Gordon IS 11111d 1t the home of lack Zerw1s George Groxes IS dmmg 1 bus for john Fa1rbanks bus company Max1ne Grox es owns 11 hot dog stand at Bal1Bal1 loe Ham1lton 15 1 b1rber EIVIDQ all the boys a burr halrcut W1lbur H1nd IS n11k1ng 1 footb1ll hero of Frank1e Burch Eun1ce Helmk1mp IS he 1d w11tress 1t the T1ck Tock Coffee Shop Lul1 M1e Henderson IS d1rector of 1 11122 b1nd M6lV1l1 Henderson 15 1 porter on the Abrah U11 Lxncoln trun Be1tr1ce Henry owns 1 T1ffy Shop she sees the dent1st qu1te often Vernett1 Hermg 15 1n elex 1tor glfl IH the Emp1re bflt6 bu1ld1ng She l1ke the rest of us h1 her ups 1nd down Al1ce J1ckson has 1o1ned the f1mous Hall lohnson cho1r Don1ld Jackson IS stew1rd on the ueen Mary where he IS drownmg h1s sorrows 1n the S61 he w1s 11lted by so111e heart breakmg glfl who fell for h1S curly ha1r Gllve Jr-lCOb1 15 1n Gern11ny te 1ch1ng the German school ch1ldren how to speak Enghsh G1rl Johnk IS 11 h1gh pressure s1lesman for palmol1ve so1p keep that schoolboy complex ION IS h1s l1ne Joseph jones IS sell1ng 1uto111ob1les AUStlDS 1t th1t M1rcell1 jones 15 1 cook ID 11 New York Hotel Lucllle ordan owns 1 do nut shop she YYICS to sell the holes Helen Juttemeyer 15 de IH of g1rls at Alton H1gh School Irene Kahl better known 1s pony boy 15 plavmg the part of Paul Revere 1n Mont1cello s new play Paul Revere s R1de leanne Kocher IS 1 two tuner nurse mald Thomas Krepel IS followmg 1n h1s father s footsteps not chas1ng fire engmes but help1ng to lead the parade Jean Lampert 15 on the New York stage domg her famous Russ1an dance Ed Thompson also knows the Russ1an dance Ot1s Langford IS makmg good IU college football Mable LCWIS 15 the blues s1nger w1th Gab Calloway s orchestra 115 1 ' 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 f 1 1 ' f 1 1 t. 1 1 1 1 ' . L 1 1 1 1 , ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 . . . 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 ' . 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 . . , , , . 'f ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 f . 1 1 1 ' 1 . 1 ' 1 1 . K t I Y 1 1 L 1 1 1 . , 1s 1 s. 1 ' 1 ' . 1 ' 1 Q ' 1f 1 ' 1 ' ' . 1 1 1 . I K K 1 . 91 1 1 1 F 1 ff 1 1 . 1 1 1 ' . K r . 1 . I 9 ' 1 , - , 1 . 1 1 . Y 1 9 . . 1. . .1 . . . . . 1 X.. ' M1 so s SQSSQY , is Styltsh Apparel for Father cmd Son Ntcev Thmgs for Ladtes too' Sportmg Goods and Eqmpment for all kmds of Sports 534959 ON PIASA AT THIRD ALTON PRICE and QUALITY HARMONY at A E99 P Wltll hlgh standards of quahty as our pohcy and low prlces our Mrs Budgeteer real values ln grocerles and meats Be thrlfty thls season Shop at A Sz P Clothes Bull! io Fl! And Fl! lo Wear 1 310 Belle Street 963625 G SQ in ' ' 0 0 SEQ goal, A. XL P. brings to yotl, C? if ff uf - y A CO. X J Senior Class Prophecy - continued O 3. 6 Wilbur Little is head of the program Do you want to be an Actor? Mildred Lohr is taking care of the nursery at the Alton Memorial Hospital. Kenneth Long has taken over Dizzy Dean s job Nancy Luer is serving pork chops whale her husband is sewing on buttons at has tailor shop Alla May McDonald s highest ambition has never yet been realized keeping the attention football hero Robert McDonald has turned a professional football player Pearl McFern has gone to Hollywood to play in a new production of Green Pastures Clayton Maguire has started a hamburger stand on his salary drawn in the cafeteria Lois Mann is still practicing on her violin determined to be a second jack Benny Murlin March is a big game hunter in Delhi Elsa Maupin has taken Martha Carr s place advising young girls to live alone and like it Dora Means in reference to all men has Gone With The Wind Eleanor Metcalf is a fan Clessj dancer Eloise Mohler will replace Miss Machin somedayl as a teacher of Latin Annabelle Montague will never be left alone she got all the boys telephone numbers from registration cards Lester Mortland is substituting for Hal LeRoy in Hollywood Bill Netzhanamer is Blufling the town Harry Nevlin has taken over his Dads moving business Wayne Newell has become a lawyer and has just popped the question to Dorothyann Martha Nicholas can now have all the ice cream she wants she owns an ice cream factory Lola Oulson is the new owner of Ye Old Hat Shoppee jack Overath will resume his pastime in the Owl business Rose Owens is teaching poems to the little children in kindergarten Dorothy Paddock is author of the best seller Keep that School Girl Figure Sterling Page is still a ladies man Russell Patterson has followed in Verle Payne is a bridge teacher Louise Paynter is teaching Latin Shirley Pratt is wondering which Louise Preble is the new Mother Advisor in the Alton Chapter of Rainbow Gladys Rathgeb is slowly learning to like to eat Chop Suey Rayburn Ray has a terrible disease running off at the mouth his father s footsteps and is now slinging coca cola and every Friday has a class of ten girls of course to Shirley Temple one of the Russell boys as which Janice Reanachen boys watch out dont aump anace is still holding the bag Osker Reynolds travels in a new Buick from president of Ipana to chief tube squeezer not girls this time Charles Roades is a barber at Mineral Springs jesse Rowland ls shoving ahead the billy goat now rides behind Cornelius Ruckman has taken over his mother s egg business Katherine Ruedan is still collecting articles for her sociology notebook Gordon Russelll When Gordon isn t working at his filling station Seldon Russell Seldon is but we can t tell which is which Nelson Russell is still an amateur radio operator he asn t good enough to be professional jack Schneider is just an ordinary butcher Wilbur Schneider is looking for someone to give has good looking picture to Philip Schoppet is mourning over the girl who he fell for when he was a senior in high school Betty Scott is a nobody knows only time will tell' Shirley Seymour is a cartoon script writer and has as a side line in writing How to Master Up Side Down Writing in three lessons K5-,K 117 3 C V , . A 1 A A A A A . L L f 1 . A A A I . 1 1 A 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' A ' A . . 1 A , R . . . . if . Z ' . 2 . I . l . .. ' ' ' 1 1 ' , ' 1 . ch ' ' ' . ' - NM S1 - 1 . 2 A ' 2 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 A ' . 1 1 A 1 a 1 1 A 1 1 , A ' ' . I c . 2 1 2 . A 4 , r . A 1 A A 1 1 A 1 . 1 Q ' ' ' f . ' 4 bb - ii . . I 2 2 1 2 A 1 1 ' . . L , I , Q . A , ' 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' . V . A I I A I ' jean Rees is an understudy for Martha Ray in Hollywood. . ii , , . r L 1 A A ' 1 1 A 1 1 A 1 A . ' A' A 1 1 f A f 1 A A . 2 . , . . . Q . . . c A A A 3 A A -Ml-1 7 ' . . 1 . , r iri. . . . . .. a A AfAA1Aa Alton Lumber Co. Distributors of QUALITY PRODUCTS PHONE: MAIN 302 Foot of Central Ave Alton Illinois Alton Tent Sz Awning Co. TENTS and TARPAULINS GYMNASIUM MATS 551 E Broadway Phone 1304 Alton Tire Sales Co 435 37 E Broadway PHONE 805 Skid Safe Dual 10 Generals The famous Hawkins recap ALTON S LEADING TIRE STORE Barth s Pharmacy QUALITY DRUG STORE Since 1901 ALTON ILLINOIS BERGER S O DIAMONDS B111 CZU Burt says C all Us Often We Don t Mind CLEANERS 8. LAUNDERERS 2517 College Avenue JOHN T BROWN INC 1608 E Broadway PLYMOUTH DE SOTO CADILLAC LA SALLE Where service follows the sale PHONE 34 ALTON HOTEL ALTON S NEWEST AND FINEST Air Conditioned Fireproof V R Nelson Manager ALTON ILLINOIS ' 1 i ' . 1 4 9 f ff I , 0 ' ' ' MINERAL SPRINGS Senior Class prophecy contlnuecl James Sherman lb selling El f1mous brand of r1ors Alvin Simpson is selling Fords Frances Smith is tr 1vel1ng over the country lecturing on My Tr 1vels in the Wilds of Afr1c1 P1ul1 Spooner twice m1rr1ed is now in Reno for 1 quick sep1r1t1on 1ne St1ll1ngs h1s decided to be 1 chip off the old block 1 school te 1cher Mlfllyll St 1nton 15 dishing h1sh in her own be 1nery W1rren Stiver is 1 wine s1mpler in It1ly m1ybe th 1t is why he IS so di y Orv1l Storm has 1 full time 1ob during baseb1ll se1son at Sportsman s p1rk selling pe 1nuts 5c a a V1fg1D1l Sturgeon 1t l1st h1s settled down ind m1rr1ed Willie Elizabeth Stutz 15 touring Europe on her old 1ge pension Helen Suit is 1 number ple1se girl 1mes Sutter is selling b1lloons monkeys 1nd such on the corner of Third 1nd P1151 Evelvn T1ylor hlS decided th1t she his looks like Robert T1ylor so she is now bound for Gr1fton to try out for the movies H1zel T1ylor h1 t1ken over the direction of the Alton High b1nd 1nd 15 now stirring them IS the Hoosier Hot Ch1s at the Temple The1tre Irene Tessm1n is 1 pr1v1te secret 1ry Every once in 1 while she h1s 1 sit down strike on the bosss l1p Ann TODIZZ1 h1 gone b1ck to her old home town 1nd hlS m1rr1ed one of those hmdsome It1l11ns Lenor1 Ulrich is the new bookkeeping te1cher It Alton H1 h H 1rry V 1n Collie is still working lt Kerr s drug store There seems to be no hope for 1dv IIICZ ment Tommy V 1n Meter is re1lly going pl 1ces He is taking Jessie Gwen s pl ICC in the Olympic track team Wilford W1rd is r11s1ng g1rl1c to be used on April Fools D1y Est1leene W1ters ls milking cows while her husb 1nd is out on 1 spree M1ry Lee W1tts is te 1ch1ng school It Loveloy Everett W1tson IS still trying to mend the hole in his p1nts he got from chemistry cl1 Alton High Adelaide W1ym1n is 1 stenogrmher If the Owens Illinois bl1ss Comp 111y R1ch1rd Wehrle is the new hre chief 1t Godfrey Bob Weish 1upt is still yust lo1fing 1round Allen Weiss is telling the boys how to pluck their eyebrows Vlfglnll Weiss h1s Tommy wr mped 11'ound her little finger V1fglDll Welsh ls ch 1perone It the Western Milit 1ry dmces Still Wlltlll Vlfglllll Bertr1m Wessel is one of the ten best dressed men in the U S Ev1 White is designing shelf p1per for use 111 Kresge s windows Marg1ret White IS letting her h11r grow Robert Wilkinson is one of those ro1m1ng cowboys Orville W1ll1dH1S is 1 p1st mister in the wrt of spinning Yo Yo tops Herm1n Wingert IS the patcher upper of the footb1ll squ 1d 1t the Un1vers1ty of Illinois Bert Wuellner is instructing 1 cl1ss of university professors It Illinois Unixersity how to do their stuff Thed1 Wyz1rd is running 1 book bindery for people who m1stre1t their sociology books Donald Y1tes h1s progressed to the position of err 1nd boy 1t Tri City Dorell1 Youngberg is still Wdltlng for Johnnie to p1ss his hn1l exams at Notre D1me ack Zerwas is pastor of the seventy sex enth Presbyterian church at St Louis Eugene Zimmerman IS still peddling apples fitx 19 ' 4' 4 1 12 . , . . , 4 . 1,1 . . . ,, ' 1 1 1. 1 1 , 4 1 4 , 4 4 1 4 1 1 1 4 . -I1 1 1 1 1 Y 1 1 . 1 4 4 1 4 4 4 1 4 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 :Z . 1 1 f ' 1 1 , ' ' 1 1 ' b g. 1 A1 1 - 1 1 1 . 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' , 1 Y N 2 V . 1 VDGUE A 1 lghntngrzqahz xx IN THIS TATLER BY THE 112155 Svtuhtn 224 E BROADWAY Rock Poole Pharmacy The Rexall Slore PHONE 2044 2526 C ll g A GET IT AT WVU UQ ff, N AA A 2 A 1 'EI 5 ' W Women's ppare A 2Ai2 A W 4 0 0 A W SQ , .- 6541-4 , VA N I J ,. L '47 I SQ f t Tr1 Y onvC- 0005 C0 V+' ' 0 e e venue fi lv Columbla AND Restaurant JOHN KODROS Prop Flour Perfecuon marcg, tu-:Q For All Bakmg Purposes Made ln Alton uallty Price An Ideal Gift for the Graduate A BULOVA WATCH FINE DIAMOND RING Brandenberger s 215 Piasa St Foster s Drug Store PRESCRIPTIONS FOLNTAIN SERVICE 230 E Broadway Phone 143 BUS TRAVEL INFORMATION Phone 94 COAL COKE BUILDING MATERIAL Link Belt Stoker City Fuel Sz Supply Company PHONE 549 EE I-leskett lVlach1ne and Engine Co For General Machine Work Automobile 8a Mill Supplies Compliments of I ,005 5 ote g .I I I , TY 5 I ,G I Q . . ' s OR 7 Ed S 56 ' 37 ' 0 I-- C5 avr, X wb 5 -fu gyn- xg, N Nga 'fag DM 'res Fssze sz.. GL? 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Speed B. Kerr GOI don C. Kerr Pauline Payne Loulsl Hartmann 98 Years Style Leaders IH Alton Acme Bowlmg Alleys ALTON AUTOMOBILE BOVSL FOR HEALTH PHONE 3646 Infernaflonal True S 329 A East Broadway 1 6 7 si? Q . SQ ss 7 99 SQ 24 Regulation Alleys 6 ' P ' 8 gy O GS 'ihlrley Seymour was a sportang chap who dmed at barbecues he wore a low cut broadcloth vest and spangles on has shoes He trapped the laght fantastac toe he sang The Gang s All Here he played a hrst class game at bradge and spaked has bottled beer OO ITD Now Bharley loved a pretty mud her name was Helen Sondles and Helen laked her bottle they punted up the town Qharley s bottle was has daaly fraend and thus he played the game at took ten years to plckle and bottle up has frame So Helen IS a wadow now wathout a blessed sou Sharley couldn t play the bottle game and keep has sweet wafe too Her chaldren s an an 1nst1tute and Helen s on the blank poor Bharley s m an arad place Wlth out a drop to drank ITICII fx in Fred Olsen Why do you have that brldge on your v1ol1n7 Mary jennangs Oh aust to get the musac across in Osker Reynolds Do you bel1eve an love at first s1ght7 Schlafly It depends on who 15 1n saght Mass Rutledge What s a metaphor? Rayburn Ray It s for cows Mr Dans Well son how are your marks7 1mmy Davas They re under water Dad Mr Dans What do you mean under water? ammy Dams Below C level Garls who crred when they were bahaes are babaes when they cry now Vancent Monzel What do you thank every na an should know? Margaret Hanna My telephone number Doras Laux Last naght a hold up m an stuck a gun an my rrhs but I only laughed Robert Brown My but you must be brave Doras Laux No only tlcklash A g1rl may not care .anythlng about POIICICS but she s apt to be 1nterested an good party Mr Harlan I wall not start today s lecture untal the room settles down Voace from back row Go home and sleep at off W1fe I sent my husband to the hospltal today because of has knee Fraend Oh water on at Wrfe No has secretary -0 Don t count your checks untal they re cashed Betty McDow Whach would you prefer an a boyfraend brams wealth or appearance? Ellen Gould Appearance and the sooner the better 177 a a . . z : . f Q 4 z . . a . , a , . . . . t f L- . a 1 . t . a , a . a ., . t , a . h 1 . z . a . , . . , a a 2 1 z . a . , Y . , . . K - K V I C . J . , . a . a a ' r a c, a . . , . . .. ' NN I ' 11 . , . ' Y 3 U A -aa fkf a ' X 1' a Y ' - I Citizens Coach Co. Appreciate The patronage of the students. May We continue to serve you better and with more service. Thanks Compliments of Great States Theaters GRAND PRINCESS DEGENHARDT PHARMACY PROFESSIONAL PHARMACISTS Broadway at Plasa Alton Ill ICE COAL COKE CORD VI OOD CHARCOAL I-lynclman Ice 8: Fuel Co 9th SL Plasa Mam 257 .I Sz R Motor Supply Co AUTOMOBILE SUPPLY STORES PHONE ALTON 878 323 Belle St Alton Ill Leona Beaugf Shop Featurlng The Sensatlonal New ZOTOZ No Electrlclty No Machmery All Beauty Culture LEONA FRY Prop 600 Rldge St Maln 539 W KNJMQ 39- I Logan s Mornzng Slar we ve... .,-- Dairy api 'Q' R Amr f " PHONE 923 7 fb o S52 . , ' 0 o . C , . I 7 Q Q. 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F1r5t Te 1111 of Footh1ll Squ1d S1y you e1n 115k u5 unt1l 1 d1y 1fter tomorrow 1nd 5t1ll no get It Mr H11nl1ne So th15 IS the 1thlet1c club where you nude your hrst 11ppe1r1nce IS 1 pro fe551on1l wrestler Henry He 1th Ye1h eggs 1n1rk the spot 19 1 1 1 1 , , A 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 , 10 1 - -. V Y 1 3 N1 V I 1 - Iv - 1 'llf H 1 1 1 . , I . 11 f - I I . 'N Y. 1 I ,-, 1 1 " 110 L 1 . I 1 1 1 LO L 1 I 1 , .1 I. 1 3 1 1 1 ,O 11, 1 , 1 1 1 e111 1 110 11 111e1 11 : 55 1 1 -1 1 1 1 zz 1 1 1 1 ' ' " A ' Y h ' h " f h D d M11x Wood. Oh ye11h1 ou oug t to 5ee t e 5126 o er 11 1 1 1 M .1 V V , H I X M V E 1. .1 .Q 11 R ,L 1 I 1 1 , 1 1 U ' , N 1 v,11 "1 3 1 . Q. 0 1 xi 1 , 5 ' 1 I 1 . ee 1 I I 1 D e 1 2 I I N '. U 1 5, 1 1 1 1 ' ' . 1 ig 1, . 1 I 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 , 1 1 L 11 fo ef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 t 1 .1 ,' ' . " '. ' 1 ' , , ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 g 3 .1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , -e1 1 '1 'Y P P GOUIdiI1g,S fOr o JEWELERS IN ALTON SINCE 1852 0 Diamonds Watches Jewelry Silverware Pen and Pencils Leather Goods Glassware Chinaware Lucien Lelong Perfumes and Colognes JEWELERS - Charge Accounts Welcome - OPTOMETRIST OULDING' C! K K K CC' '75 9 D D D lll WEST THIRD STREET INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS J B STECK AGENCY HARRY J STECK Room 503 First National Bank Building PHONE 1506 INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SPRINGMAN LUMBER CO Lumber Millwork Glass Pamts Varnlshes Roofing Builders Hardware C E L 0 T E X Insulating Material TELEPHONE MAIN 210 Broadway and Cherry St Alton Illinois We sell all malces of Portable Typewnters Special Przccs to Sludenls GREC-G FOUNTAIN PENS SI 00 W I GODWIN OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES Alton llIll'l0lS 1 O O ! I ' 9 ' 3 O O Y so OSS Mr Reynold How much does 1 12 pound hsh weigh? Chfford B1xter Don t know s1r Mr Reynolds Well then vxh1t tune does the 10 O0 oclock tr11n leave? Chfford B1xter 10 oclock Mr Reynolds Then wh1t 1S the we1ght of the 12 pound hsh Chfford B1xter 10 pounds s1r SOIHCUIHCS the g1rls th1t cm t kmt h1ve the best y1rn B1lly C1ssell1 CSt1nd1ng 1n 1 p1sture looklng 1t 1 plle of mnlk bottlesj Look what I found Gr1ndp1 Wh It d1d you f1nd7 B1lly C1ssell1 A cow s p1stuer1zed nest HJ Tommy Krepel I sure cm get somethlng out of the 1ssembl1es Herbert Lock Oh I thought you were educited to cdpacrty Tommy repel I 1 Herbert Lock Wh1t d1d you get7 Tommy Krepel Forty m1nutes of sleep to Vlfgllill Stevx 1rt Wh 1t kmd of dress d1d Elemor we1r to the p1rty 11st n1ght7 Helen juttemeyer I don t know but I thlnk lt w1s checked VIYUIDII Stew 1rt Boy what 1 p1rty thxt must have been A well curved glfl h1s no trouble gettmg 1 squ1re me1l M1ry M1rt1n I ll dre lf you don t k1ss me Robert Luly Th1s ls terrlble Im bexng torn between love md duty M1ry Mlftlll Wh1t do you 1116111 de1r7 Robert Luly Im 1D the undert1k1ng busmess W1y11e Newell When sh 1ll we tell your mother we 1re QOIHQ to be m1rr1ed7 Dorothymn Jennings Oh I told her the nlght I met you S11r1h Dodge I feel l1ke I 1m gomg to the devll How do you feel? Frmcrs Doyle I feel hke the devll Gene Storm How WIS your f1ther looklng the last tlme you saw hlm Edg1r B1II1I1gS Down the barrel of a shotgun Mr St1ll1ngs I haxe just bought 1 cott1ge 1n the Oz1rks Mr Hmna Oh you 1re gomg to have 11 mee qu1te summer 111 1lone Mr St1ll1ngs No I just want to see how many rel1t1ves I really have -o Herbert Beck Does your hp stlck come off CISY7 Helen S1pot No I usually put up 11 l1ttle res1st11nCe 131 , -, . 1 D. . 1 . . 1 : - . . , 1 1 . , , ns I I ' il . . 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 V ' 1 1 . 1 . , , . 1 . . 1 1 . . , k 1 . K . 1111. . , 1 . N 1 1 . , 1 1 1 . 1. . . 1. , , , , , , 1. 1 1 1 1 . . , , 1 . 1 , . 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 . , . 1 . 1 , , 1 . . . 1 1. 7 . 1 1 , 1 . 1 . . . 1 . 1 1 1 . . 1 . , 1 1 1 . . 1 . , 1 . . I I - .. . . .1 1 . , . 1.1 .y - W-W Compliments of Metropolltan Llfe Insurance Co ALTON OFFICE W. J. Kreml, Manager 1 ..Hic' erson,Asst.Mgr. . rice, ss. r, ase xs man . unn . . enne . eaver . ilar o 1. 0 ee .. f- rum . sserv '. saavs . ea . er- 'I. Opel I 7. eaver . UTWIII WEWM KLINKE ICE 8: FUEL COMPANY 6th Sz Oak Streets Phone 222 Thrlfty Cut Rate Drug Co Where Spendlng IS Savmg Two GREAT STORES 328 Belle St 2523 College Ave WM PEIPERT MEATS and GROCERIES 311 Belle Street Quality Price Relmnger DV elng 8zClean1ng Co CLEANING PRESSING ALTERING REPAIRING PHoNE 2082 4th Sz Rldge Streets Servlce Satlsfactlon NITSCHE S DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE We Glve Eagle Stamps 639 E Broadway Phone 121 N E MARY 14 Tears 111 Alton UPHOLSTERIN G cmd SLIP COVERS Nmth E99 Alby Phone 1567 5 1 J . 0 C pl f I k C P A t Mg If S k A F h C D I K tt O W J F d I M G D S h pf H U v I I A R dy H H k I C W C I C mpliments of Compliments of l I as ' - - as S112 . . . , I 7 I I SI! 1 4 lf.. 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Ruth Moore Sure Ill drlnk mythmg IvI1rr1e1ge IS ID 1n5t1tut1on M1rr11ge 15 love Loxe 15 blmd Therefore m1rr11ge 15 1n 1n5t1tut1on for the hhnd ohn Fllfllllllxb M1y I hold your QIIIHOIIXC7 Irene K1hl Not on your hfebuoy Dorothy Loellke It5 terr1ble' None of my hoyfr1end know how to l-:155 I-I1rry V1n Collxe Well 1t5 not too l1te for them to le1rn Dorothy Loellke O 1y go 1he1d 1nd los 16 Dor15 Lorch You Sly Im the most he 1ut1ful d1x1ne IlIk.l gorgeom cre1ture rn the world7 Are you trylng to lud me7 ohn Locle N Im trymg to I1155 you' I.1rry Autrey Dlfl1Ug wh It would l1fe he lllce 1f I dxdn t hue you? I'I1rr1ett Albrecht u5t 5ome other fellow 15k1ng the mme que5t1on I guew Fr lIlLt,S Cutler I h1ve 1 hnket h 1ll muse Nor1111 Dunphy Why? Fr1nee5 Cutler It drrhhle F1r5t student Do you know who the most w15teful per5on 15 IU our h1gh 5chool7 Second 5tudent No who IS xt? F1r5t 5tudent M155 B1rtholomew She 5h1rpen5 her penc1l5 1t both end5 YO S1r1h Dodge I saw somethmg l1 t mght th It I w1ll never get oxer Fr 1nc15 Doyle Wh1t vu lb 1t7 SIT 1h Dodge The moon Huhert F1elder I had 1 hot d1te l15t n1ght George Cmnon Ye57 Hubert F1elder Every tune I k1s5ed her I 51nged my 1nu5t1che 1 5 whole ,. ..... , , , 1 . , , . I , , , . ., . .... . . , , 1 1 1 . I . I . . 1 . L I . . . 5 e . - me . 1 A 11 . k. , . . . -5 ll . , o, . , , . " . , , , , . ' ., , ,. ' .. " . . I I . .. . , -5 o I - . , , ,. 1 . D. L 1 . 15 1 I . , . . , ,, . if I C I-IAMER Food Mart 1904 State Street Phone 1584 CHAS E ROSS HARDWARE 8. FEED 2520 College Avenue Alton IlI1no1s Compliments of an Allan Beauty Parlor OLDSMOBILE AND G M C TRUCKS SALES AND SERVICE Burns Motor Co 321 E Broadway Phone 53 SHOP AT SEARS for SQFVICG Savlngs and Satlsfactlon 309 P1883 Alton III Office 1500 Phones Res 2761J Say It Wlth Flowers Dee Floral Co 2524 C ollege Ave Alton Ill Flrst Natlonal Bank and Trust Co ueen Insurance Agency Complete Insurance Protection PHONE 250 205 E Broadway Alton III S52 SE ., . 7 SQ SQ O Q C0. Member Florist Telegraph Associalion Compliments of Q l If CII? Jo SS Helen Sondles Vac proposed to me last naght Velma Grayes I am not surprased After I refused ham the mght before he saad he dadn t what hecame of ham Mass Voss Are you mamma s boy or papa s boy? Bally Cassella I dunno We re goang to Reno next Week to hnd out w Betty Scott You surely have a sl ort aam Henry Heath Yes but lt gets around jane gtallangs If you would only look anto my heart you would see your name wratten there you Fred Fuller Yes hut Im afraad at would look lake a hotel regaster YO Ellen Gould Have I made myself pla1n7 Betty McDow No but nature dad Mass McCausland Men young nd old aae all the same mere Worms of the earth Mr Clark Yes the chackens get them all HJ Brll Bund Were you excated on your weddang day? Mr Wood Excated' I gave my wafe ten dollars and traed to kass the preacher to Mass Paul Russell an the sentence I saw the garl clmmb the fence how many I s would use? Russell Patterson Both of them Iola Corder I had an awful experaence went swammrng :and a goat ate all my clothes Calvxn Crng What dad you come home an? Iola Corder In the dark Mr Stallangs How many problems haxe you worked? Larry Autrey When I work another Ill have one -o Home nowadays as Where the famaly auto may happen to be parked io A lattle kassang now and then as why we laave the m arraed men A lattle kassang too ofcourse as why we have the quack davorce fi Mrs Deason What have you been e tlng that your breath smells so? Mr Deason Ive been eatang frog legs and you smell the hops Lucalle Nackell Do you ever play anytl ang ay request? George Fraes Certnnly Lucalle Nackell Then I wonder af you d play domanoes a whale? 137 .. . . .. , , , . . . . . . . . , . .. . . . . . .a . . .. . . a a . . . . - .. , . - .. . a . , . - .. .. x a K I I L . .. 4 .- . . , . . a t A : a .. Z , a . . . . a a . .. 4 N . , . . t a . , I I , a a t " . , a . , a . , ,, . , .. 1 t . . , . , . . . . a a . L ' 7 1 5 ,, .. .. a . . . a , a . a . . . .. .. a , a . . . , . , , . a . a a . .. . H L . . . a . , . . , . a a . , . a . , , , a . .. . .. . . . a . ta N , . - . .. . , .- . . . , . - l K I I . . ., . ,. . . . . . . a a , ' ', K, . I ,. Z K I! ,. , , . -H , Y. -..., .....a.. WELLS BARNES TIRE CO INC GOODYEAR TIRES Vulcanlzmg Auto Radios EXIDE BATTERIES ROAD SERVICE PHONE 3001 833 E BROADWAY ALTON ILL 7 UP Just naturally appeals to every taste It IS uncolored crystal clear vlslbly pure and quenches thlrst ln the most pleasant way Wlth the least amount of Ilquld muwmoff You like 7 Up Il ll es You STEIN DISTRIBUTING C0 BROWN 8: PEARL STS PHONE 1908 mel STREEPER FUNERAL HOMES Alton Wood R1ver All Kinds of Shoe Repalrxng Worn Hats Renovated While U Walt And Retnmmed We Guarantee Our Work U S SHOP 28 W Broadway Phone 406 Alton Illmoxs Shoes Dyed and Shlned 138 - O, O ! . , , - 1 , , . . u . . . U ' - .. it I 1 . ALTON ----------------- ILLINOIS Compli n s of Q O John C. Luly Drug Co. THIRD AND BELLE STREETS BROADWAY AT RIDGE STREET ALTON ILLINOIS SUNNY SERVICE STATIONS 6 Conveniently Located Stations to Serve You SARGENT ICE Eff COAL DEALER DISTRIBUTORS OF Pure D1st1lIed Water Ice All K1HdS and SIZES of Coal PHONE 24d0 2406 COLLEGE AVENUE OSS The ye xr s b1ggest whopper comes from Henry Holt who cloums the blossoms on hrs cherry tree were so hewy thlt he hid to prop up the lnnbs Mr Ch1se stopped at 1 roadslde st Ind Clown below Nameokr where a slgn mnounced five cent hun SIIICIWICIIES He took I1 b1te but tasted no hun Then mother b1te and st1ll no ham He spoke to the propr1etor rbout IC Ind he suggested mother try No him Well I swan' exclumed the old mln behxnd the counter You mustl gone rlght rpast xt -o Wlth the prrnted legends all gone out of the l'110V1Cb Ind some of the new mlgxzlnes almost entrrely rn plctures SCIDSOYDIII thlnks we may be he rdrng tovvxrd 1 generat1on thlt won t need to lerrn re ldlng Dorothy Gunes Daddy whit lb your b1rthstone7 Mr Gunes Ive forgotten but xt must be 1 grmdstone Evelyn Tlylor After Ill fools help to nuke lrfe mtere tmg When Irll fools hlve been bumped off I do not wlnt to be here Mrss Hlckmm Dont Worry Evelyn you Wont be here Jem Herzler I helr thxt Mrry Lucllle Mlrtln IS gettlng m1rr1ed Elsa Mmuprn Serves her rlght I never dld l1ke her Mr Myers Look here son you cm t rct l1ke that 1nd go to heaven jerry Oh well dmddy I wmt to go vvmth you 1nyvvI1y 139 I I I , I 5 c L c . , I I I I , I f I I . , I . 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I GIQUET MUTUIDS, INC BIQDADWAY 8: STATE ALTON ILLINOIS THE ONLY AUTHURIZEU BUIGK UISTHIBUTUHS ALTON WOOD RIVER JERSEYVILLE Management Wlth 25 Years Servlce Experlence SALFS SEIQVICE MAIN 359 JOl4SS ONE WOMAN TEACHING ANOTHER TO DRIVE A MOTOR CAR Now We re all set ust turn the pgger over and push on the hIckey wIth your left hand Ind pull down on the other lIttle IImcr.Ick wIth your rIght then press down the doo dad wIth your foot Ind pull the thmg urn bob at the same tIme and when lt stxrts you push down on the doo funny wIth your left foot and ylnk the urnpty dlddy bick then let up on the foot dmgus Ind put your other foot on the hIckey mxdoodle Ind don t forget to push down on the hootenn Inny ex ery tIme you move the what youmdycIllIt md you ll be hunky dorey see? go Slve 1 bouquet for the old ltdy who pomted to I statue of the Venus de Mllo the one wIth hilf Tn Irm I'H1SS1Hg on one SldC Ind the whole arm Off the other md warned her lIttle grand daughter whlt muy happen to 1 person who b1t6S her finger nuls One WFIIEF glVCS thinks because the use ot trucks and tanks IU wIrf1re hIs stopped much cruelty to horses All thxt s left now 19 to Hgure out some wny to stop wlr s cruelty to men MOTORISTD PLEASE NOTICE If you ever he Ir .Iny peculur noIses IU your motor be sure to rush your car to ID expert rep ur mm because you muy have the s Ime trouble Mr Ihne hxd wIth hIs Chevvy Un I recent trIp the IIfflIn p1n Iostled loose and let the sIrkmus rod drop down Ind the IDISIOUS bmckhred lgl1I1St the muffler Tom Henesey Now what would you do It you were IU Iny shoes? OtIs Connerly Txke them luck md get 1 smlller SIZC 140 I l I I I 0 l l , , , , l Y l I I I l N , l o f u N I ' I , . 1 4 , , , . L , , 1 1 , - 1 , I f L , I , , ' L , c I l ' I , r ' , . I . I 1 I I . I I -1 ' ' f ' I . . I . ,fa iowii . 1 ' ' I 1 z 1 . . . . L . if me,-,,,,,, I ' 1 r ' I I 1 f . 1 . . 1 , - 1- , 3 I . . . L . I 4' ' ' I f w. . . 3 4 . 4 . . I un, , ,eq,,,,,,, . . . , I . I . . . UPTQWIWQ GEM CURB SERVICE PRINCESS ICE CREAM SHOP E B d CO SERVICE OIL CO BRIGHT SPOT BRIGHT SPOT CANNEXJ BROADWAY FROM MONUMENT TO PLUM C l THE MODERN WELDING COMPANY 306 WEST BROADWAY ALTON ILLINOIS 1624 . roa way LEONARD E. S P . Compliments of omp iments ofa Friend Electric and Acelylenc Welding -- Aulo Radialor Repairing AUTQGRFXPH9 f L C fffwff wfhffw-L K7 yif' .?'f21,y , f 1 I ' fg Jimi 4 SQ, L ' f AUTCDGRAPHS , 7., A .. -- ,- J' 14 I g K 1 x 1 r 1 x what IS the name of tfwe latest edutlon of Joke books? THE1937 TATLER


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