Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1938

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'ffff' .XxV,,,.a Y I EX LIBRIS IN MEMORIAM WlLLIANi M htrmiria Apr1l8 1896 MW Q 1938 42 xerrs l month 1 ry Blll gr rdu lted from Alton Hlth hchool Br mdlty Polyttchnxc Instltutt strx td our e ls rn the Wcurld W n und vx as te chrng III l'NNI'lII1Lft.LI1fl1 ye rr IH our school when tmtken vuth th lllI1LN th rt proud to he hey ond the re llrn of hum mn krll lf vu rs nex er hroken Tvto trn 1 from Longfellow poem The Burlders vu in B1ll rule 1nd vwde of tnth rn the vtorlt he d1d hnnself as well rs the work done ox h1 In the elder dn s of Art Let u do our worlt 1 well Builder wrought vxrth vreltest tlre Both the un een md the seen Eleh nnnute xnd un een p lrt M lke the house where Gods muy dwell For the God ee exeryxx here Beautlful entire 1nd clean To Mr hchrtter lnnmx 1nd Bohhy t ere hlll llwly ex1 t the mtmory of 1 fnthtul hu hlnd lnd 1 lounv trth r T A P S 334' ' ,Ji K if" P , fy , Q 1 ' M? . l Q. 5. . Xl V xg - . 'e P 7 1 334' ll, A t 5,3 W 4 . 1 - lv 1 I , v 1 , dr l t - 'y :V A . 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CONTENTS THE DIRECTORS T H E F O R C E THEIR WORK THEIR PLAY THE FINEST IN BETTER EDUCATION BOARD FACULTY C L A S S E S 1500 STRONG ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS FEATURES ALTON HIGH SCHOOL PRODUCING FOREWORD THE INDUSTRY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING IS THE MOST VITAL CONCERN OF THE MODERN WORLD TODAY IN THE FULL REALIZATION THAT THE OF TODAY WILL RULE THE DESTINY OF NATIONS AND RACES OF THE FUTURE GREAT EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS ARE UNIVERSALLY CARRYING ON A MASS PRODUCTION OF A CAREFULLY STANDARDIZED GENERATION WHOSE MENTAL HORIZON HAS BEEN MOULDED TO THE NEW INEFFICIENT REFORMS OF AGE OLD PROBLEMS SET DOWN BY ITS PREDECESSORS IT IS WITH A GREAT DEAL OF RELIEF THAT ONE CAN SAY THAT IN AMERICA REGIMENTATION HAS BEEN KEPT TO A MINIMUM, AND THAT INDIVIDUALISM IS STILL ENCOURAGED IMPRESSIONS MADE UPON THE YOUTH INFLUENCED BY 5- I Q cn CD 2-E 'QE UID.. "'rn EE TO SEE nw IF' ia o 2: EE Q m RK WO AT THE MACHINE AGE ABOUT US . . WE . . THE YOUTH OF DO DEDICATE THIS ISSUE OF THE TATLER MODER PLA OUR SCHOOL LIKE ALL GREAT INDUSTRIES IS CHIEFLY CONCERNED WITH TURNING OUT THE FINEST POSSIBLE PRODUCT SUCH A PLANT AS ALTON HIGH IS EOUIPPED TO DO A GREAT DEAL TOWARD THE PERFECTION OF AN INDIVIDUAL THE COURSES OFFERED ARE LIKE THE PROCESSESOF AN ASSEMBLY LINE EACH ADDING ITS BIT TOWARD BUILDING UP A POLISH AND A BACKGROUND THE GRADUATE IS THE RESULT OF THE EFFORTS OF SKILLED TECHNICIANS WHOSE WORK IT IS TO SHAPE THE INDIVIDUAL TO FIT INTO A USEFUL PLACE INLIFE AS WELL AS THE CONTACT WITH OTHERS OPERATIO WHERE WORK IS WORK AND PLAY IS FUN THE MEMBERS OF THE 1938 GRADUATING CLASSES NUMBERING MORE THAN 250 REPRESENT THE LAST GROUP TO COMPLETE WORK IN THIS MODERN PLANT IN THE FIRST DECADE OF ITS SERVICE TO HUMANITY. HE DIREC UR W R CURTIS Supevmtendent M1' CUTIIS t1ught h1s Hrst school 1n 1one room bu11d1ng neu' Congerule 111111015 111 1896 After 1 br1ef c1ree1' 1D 1111no1s the stlte of Ind11n1 w1s 1f1N1C1CC1 for s11ght1y more thxn 1 dec 1de In 1013 Mr Curt1s returned to I111no1s He c1me to Alton from Kewmee 1n 1921 1nd IQ completmq 1115 sexenteenth ye xr IS superlntendent of the Alton schoo1 system Board of Educahon W R CLITII S11ner111t1.11t1t11t M W Aektr Hu 11 Hof t1111I1 G11 on Brovx 11 Dr H E M1dd1ttc111 Bo. Wy M1 Cn A Mt1x111111x 5 R1111111 not 111 p1eture etetx. 111 A1111 to ueeetd Ivlr 'vIe1x1n11ex vu o ret1rtt1 1tt r newly twenty ye1rb of truce on the Nthool Bo1rd of t 1 t11 tr1 t N . . 1, , . 1 I 1 Q , . 2 . . 1 fl , A. 1, . . 1 ' 1 ' 4 ' 1 Az 1 1 ' 'z ' 1 1 1 . ' 1 . . I 1 2 . Q 15 . K . ' - 1 1 ' . Q 1 . 's.1' ' - ' . . . "' . g S 1 . s ' . . . ' . -1. -1. '11 . L. I. scg11dcs . '. . ' ' W. 'c . s, ' ' " A 11" '11 ' '1 s , 1 ' " 'h ' ' 1 c '1 ' ' ' 1 ' sf " 1 Q' 1 1151 s c . l C. C. HANNA Prarampal Mr H.anna taught h1 f1r5t 5chool 1n Greene County Indlanfa 1n 1908 After four ye ar5 of te achlng 1n Ind11an1 and one 1n MlSbOUfl Mr Hanna came to Ill1no15 S1nce 1908 tnree year5 haxe been spent IH college work and one year 1n the army Th1S yefar completes Mr H.anna5 twenty 51xth year of te achlnv He came to Alton from Benton ID 1930 and 15 completmg h15 e1ghth ye ar as pr1nc1pal of Alton Hxgh CAROLYN WEMPEN Dean of Gwls Math M155 Wempen came to Alton Hlgh 1n mu ary 1907 and was the Hrst teacher to he added to the h1gh school faculty 1n m1d year She has taught Enghsh and Hlstory M155 Welaapen became Dean of Glrls 1n 1921 DINSMORE WOOD Asszstant Prmmpal Dean o Boys Mr Wood taught h15 first 5chool 1n Cherryv1lle Kansas IH 1921 He came to Alton H1gh IH janu ary 1923 and hecame lS91Sf ant pr1nc1p al 1n the fall of 1929 The added dut1e5 of te achlnq and Dean of Boy5 take up any spare t1me that nalght otherw15e accrue . ' 1 1 5 . 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'..., Mamma Zaao. mls lo H50 Madame Zemo as a world famed exponent of metaphasacs The TATLER has spared no expense an enlastang her serx aces for her accurate forecasts She looks beyond the present anto the future to 1950 see HOWARD ALEXANDER as the Casey jones of the Illanoas Termanal EVELYN ANGELL wath za marcel and lapstack and ancadentally she s a bookkeeper LAWRENCE AUTREY grayang around the temples stall a P G at A H S AUTHER BADGLEY countang the bracks an the brac a brac around Alton Hagh MARIE BARBER surrounded by all the comforts of home JACK BARTON an Madason Square Garden where he has aust hat has opponent so hard that he smashed the elusave electron whach scaentasts have been tryang to catch at a das advantage for years see NICK BAVAS sadeburns hangang an the Louvre daspl ay of classac Greek art FRANCIS BECK stall wonderang af that deck of cards really dad come out of has nose LOIS BECK has opened a home for dasjoanted drum majors LOUISE BILLINGS panang away her lafe as house mother an the Pew Pew Sororaty House at Landenwood College DONALD BODGER actang as a professaonal watness for hat and run cases an St Louas EILEEN BRADSHAW laughang for Gracae Allen on her new Grape Nertz program see NORMAN BREDEN as Mayor of Grafton and as anstatutang a drastac reform program FOREST BREYFOGLE has patented a devace whereby lonely garls need not be lonely an the back rows of the Uptown ROBERT BROWN changang laght bulbs on the Great Whate Way CONSTANCE BRUEGGEMAN doublang for The Shadow Speaks radao program but her real occupataon as doang Baby Snooks monologues FREEMAN BRUNAUGH as engaged an the campaagn of makang Malton Heaghts a lattle hagher BILL BUND has stated an a recent artacle an Scrabbler s magazane that he attrabutes all of has success as chaef porthole swabber of the Norm andle to has days of wandow washang at the Bund Smoke Shop IVA BUNSE as a popular abstract poet lavang an Greenwach Vallave her latest work as Lafe Laved Laver an ode EARL BURLESON as the famed author of the North Alton News column an the Alton Evenano Telescratch MURIEL CANNON as a war nurse waatang for the raght war JEAN CASE as 1a graduate of Dorothy Lamour s Learn How to be A Savage school and she s goang strong LAVERNE CASEY as selland paneapples an Hawaaa VIRGINIA CASEY as head of the P T A CLoco 681 faghtang for 1a ten day school week e BILLY CASSELLA an has glory a Republacan admanastrataon at last He as well rewarded by has party too and as now Farst Cuspador Cleaner of the Unated States Senate HOMER CLARK as huntang dandylaons an Afraca HARVEY COLLINS as press agent for the 1950 equavalent of Sally Rand KEITH COOK refereeang games for the fourth basketball team GRACE COONTZ andorsang toothpaste ads and posang for jaro Fabry drawangs IOLA CORDER as devotang her entare energy to nature and ats forms HOWARD CRANE as at last the man who can beat Uncle Pete Fatzgerald an the race for sheraff of Madason County see BILL CRANE has anspared Deems Taylor to wrate the dafhcult and vaolent opera The Loves of a Bard Lake Crane GLEN DALTON as the oraganal whate headed boy HELEN DAVIS teachan them northern gals thahs somethan an a southern d wal HOWARD DEAN has a local abode for outcasts and dogs BOB DICKERSON as makang plans for has thard attempt to swam the Atlantac Ocean Past experaence has found has course blocked wath blonds and acebergs DAVID DISHER dryang dashes after danang on a dash of has favorate dash 2 , , G ,L , Q fzr . . . . 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 f 1 ' ' 1 . 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SCC see I see SCC SCC see I see JANE DIXON peddlang nosegays to the vasators of the Alton Dam saght JUNE DONAHUE as manufacturang confetti for New Years Exe celebrataons MAXINE DOWNS sax ang string for the want of anythang else to do RICHARD DRESCHER as the father of the famous Drescher twins who haxe toured Europe astounding audaences with thear paano duets The talent comes from thear mother s sade BLANCHE EALEY throwang peanuts to her traaned anteaters whale saalang through the aar on her flyang trapeze ANNETTE EATON they finally got rad of Kate Smath and now thas lattle gal as goan places KATHRYN ELWELL sangan the tatle role an Grandpa Meets Grarmv at Muray Opera CLARENCE EMMONS as the great Mogul of Cottage Halls PAULINE ERBE as flag wavang for the D A R RUTH EVANS tapping away on a typewrater to the tune of her saxth True Confessaon RAY FANSLER as a married man Yappee' ' BILL FANSLER as Charlae McCarthy s stand an an has latest Goldwyn extravaganza The Pmmg Knot LAVERNE FESSLER lavang the lafe of a monkfeyl an the walds of Elsah LAWRENCE FIELDS carvang has anataals on a publac bualdang Tch' Tch' DOUGLAS FISK peddlang bacycles from door to door for Angell Ear Fask Inc LAVERNE FREEMAN has anaugurated auto gyro servace from Alton to Grafton and back agaan for a lattle less than ten cents per round trap the dafference amounts to Mr Horner s davy GEORGE GHENT was recently appoanted dog catcher for the caty of Fosterburg CHARLES GIBSON has won a cup from Barnum E? Baaley carcus for sellang jo jo the Dog faced Boy to the publac MARY GILDERSLEEVE as a crackfedj saleslady an Moskans haberdashery DARWIN GILL as re wratang Websters dactaonary on has own terms MARY GISSLER as sponsoring an extra curricular class at A H S for young garls How to Effectavely Nag Unapprecaatave Husbands ELLEN GOULD an Reno lanked wath rumors of the fifth divorce suat of Baby Le Roy The Robert Taylor of 1950 CLIFFORD GRAHAM has hatch haked to Moscow to play fiddle for the Great Bazaar of 1950 CARROLL GREER has become a bug fiend and now runs a chaan of food supply stores for WALTER GREGORY has opened a booth at Youngs department store for the sale of flavored lead pencals for chewang another woe to the Old Guard school teacher MARJORIE GRISSOM as a traan stewardess badang her tame some where between New York and Los Angeles MARGARET HANNA has cast asade famaly tradataon and has become Hollywood s chaef exponent of the glamour garl She has daed her haar and as revered as the emancapator of the dash water blonde BETTY HARFORD has opened a boarding house for kicked out debutantes GILBERT HARTMAN as stall tryang to beat Barney Oldfield s record on has new one wheeled gravaty defyang una cycle AGNES HAYES as runnang a hotel at the North Pole for the benefit of women who vant to be alone CATHERINE HAYES as readang reports from the Nataon al Stock Yards over radao stataon S T Y N K Nameoka GEORGE HAYS as sellang an oragan al brand of Dark for photographer s dark rooms VERNA HEEREN as marooned on Mt Everest the only woman to exer reach the top HAZEL HENDERSON has starred up the local Manastera al Allaance wath her swang versaon of Onward Chrastaan Soldaers MILDRED HENDERSON was reported lost Whale Bualdang Castles In Spaan ats stall rasky busaness EANNE HERZLER as a professaonal cynac spreading her lattle rays of sunshane paece work HERBERT HICKMAN was xoted Publac Heart breaktr No 1 by the Unated States Department of justice PAULINE HIGGINS as a tight rope walker EDWARD HOFFMAN has become Altons most prolafac Wampy GLORIA HOLLAND as swangan down lafe s haghway as a bcspectacled laborate soap box speaker 7. . 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BETTY HOWARD 15 ra1s1ng asparagus for Hemz C583 Baby food KENNETH HOPKINS 15 workmg qu1lt block des1gns for a natlonal needle work magazme DAVID HORN knockan em dead wlth h1s ampersonatxon of Jammy Durante HUGH HORSTMAN 15 the famous Huey the peanut vendor 1nc1dentally he sells Ponta acs on the s1de AGNES HUCK as belng awarded a copy of the new book Tlus Vegetable World for ralslng the bxggest beet 1n Godfrey townshlp MARJORIE HUFF croon1ng a lullaby to Tarzan Jr 1n the top of a poplar tree DOUGLAS HUISH has scaled the pOllt1C3l he1ghts to become Cheese of Polace of Dogtown HELEN HUNTER pav1ng the streets of Par1s DAVID JACOBY 15 a hlghly respected tonsorlal art1st Ca hemj A neon Slgn amad many at reads OSCAR JAEGER S school for Jxtterbugs and z.an1es all padded cells reserved JAMES JOHNESEE IS pa1nt1ng murals for the local Veterans of Future Wars bualdmg and are they cute' BERNICE JONES IS the head ofa mul order house that SPCCIIIIRS in false teeth DOLORES JONES fOW1Dg her own boat across the Engl1sh Channel TOMMY JONES looklng at the scrapbook of h1s h1gh school career Them was the days EVELYN JOUETT has anstalled publ1c finger bowls along Altons busmess dastract for passers by She was awarded a medal for bemg a publ1c benefactor by the Amerlc an Leglon HERMAN JUNGK as the notor1ous publlsher of Lat1n ponxes for second year Caesarltes EVELYN KINGERY has establlshed a beauty parlor 1n Yellowstone Park for the bears DELMAR KIRCHHOFF buy1ng a thousand sweepstakes tackets EVELYN KRUSE do1ng a d1fI1cult dance routxne wath Fred Asta1re ID h1s old age ROBERT LAHLEIN model1ng red flannels an a full page full color spread 1n the latest MARGARET LASLIE w1nn1ng a ple eatmg contest at the Jersey County fa1r MILFRED LAU the great k1dda1r 1n a spasm He IS laugh1ng hamself to death at one of has own jokes DORIS LAUX as a professlonal mourner on the pay roll of Streeper s Funeral Home EUGENE LAUX as composlng addltaonal verses to Mznnze the Moocher NORMA LENHARDT beang crowned ueen of the May atop the Emp1re State Bu1ld1n MARTHA LOGAN has anvented a new golf club that can be converted 1nto a plow af necessary thus a1d1ng farmers greatly CHARLOTTE MCCURDY the perennaal debutante IS about to drop three peas off her peuter plated kmfe at a famous soc1ety d1nner now an progress BETTY MCDOW 15 the mgenue of the Golden Rod Show Boat She recently made a sup er collosal stupendous success an the famous play No Mothef to Guade Her BETTY McKEE has dlscovered Edna Wallace Hoppers secret of prolonged youth ESTHER McKEE has settled down on her thousand acre parrot reserve HARRY MCINTOSH IS a mus1cal vartuoso and 15 seekmg 1nsp1rat1on to wrate a composltxon to be called The Tunes Drrge OPAL MCPHERSON IS the notoraous mystery aboard the S S ueen Fann1e Sh sh sh sh sh' DONALD MAREING lishmg for a mermaxd off the Florada coast LUCY MARSHALL IS at last buryxng the old apple tree DON MEISENHEIMER as a home spun phllosopher telllng about has days down an O alton Illmolse He s got the country IH convulslons ERNEST MEYERS takang lessons from a noted expert fHomer ClarkJ on how to evade a cop and how to talk h1m out of a t1cket 1f the evasaon faaled LOUIS MILLER 15 a l1v1ng person1f1cat1on of R1p Van W1nkle He went to sleep 1m med1ately after graduataon and st1ll rests an peace VINCENT MONZEL has never come out of h1d1ng sxnce the 1938 Tatler was publlshgd Un the w1lds of Machlganl KENNETH MOORE selhng art15c1al finger naals and eye lashes to the football heroes RUTH MOORE coachlng her llttle ones to follow 1n thelr fathers footsteps RICHARD MUSGRAVE takmg up EIHSUCIHS theory where E1nste1n left off MARY MARTIN 15 an msurance collector for her husband s clrents That personal touch you know JAMES NORVELL 15 the grandstand hero of the Maln street pm ball team o I T 9 1 1 1 . 1 5 1 'S ' . . . . 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MARVIN OVERBY old 1nd gro keep1nU t1111e on th three 111d OIT e1u1rt r p opl t ll xxork1ng o11 the N Y A 1t Alton H1gh ROBERT PARSH 1 pre d nt of the Thlrd IN1t1on1l B111k It Moro DWIGHT PITKIIN 11ter u mg Kre111el h11r LOHIC 1 111dor 1111, the1r 1d of the hetore 111d 1fter X IFIECY BILL PITTS IS O c1r I1eger s ch1ef utter hug ID h1s New York 1lo11 P1tt d1et con of twelxe hnelx chopped Benny Good1111n record 111d 1 dru111 t1ek 11,1 1t1n JUNE POLLARD lb 1n u herette It the Gr1nd HARRY RETZER 1 1n expert n1u hroo111 f1nc1er spec11l1 ID 111 the Altu111h Br111d ALBERTA RITCHEY 19 tourmg the country vuth her 11111 1111, CUIILLUOII of u ed toothp1ek LILLIAN ROBINSON t1ll l111g1n hunhurgers It MCll1I1g,S WILMA ROBINSON h1s heen w11t1ng QIDCC 19718 hut 1t won t he Long novx' ' VIRGINIA ROSS 1 lI1 O 11k H1ll helle pu I1111, oxer FIITIIIL Hur t l1test nox l hetvs en ow IOSFPHINE RUSSEL 1 1 h 1nk n1ght hend BOB RUTZ 1 te1ch1ng Econo1111cs to IoI1 Cord r ALVANETTE SAMPSON 15 the or1g1n1tor of the fnnou AIITIILIWLLI Soup CLAUDINE PHIPPS IS he 1d nurse of the loc 1l dog hosp1t1I VIRGINIA SANDERBON 15 pl1y1ng t1111hor1nes for the S1lx 1t1o11 Army HELEN SAPOT 15 the ch1111peen n11tch1111ker of the Alton Women s cluh ROSEMARY SCHMITT WINS second pr1 e 1n 1 he1uty Conte t 111d 1 1w1rded S11 OO 1nc1dent1lly shes pl 1y1ng Monopoly CLYDE SCHMOELLER M1d1111e Ze111o gnes up ROBERT SCHNEIDER p11nt1ng 111ust1ches on h1ll l1o1rds WILBUR RICE IS T1 mg R1ces IH Ch1n1 BILL ROSACK h1s co111pou11ded 1 thes1s on The O 1 111 mel D xelo1111e11t of the u1d I'lg611lI'11l1 Monogr 1phus VIRGINIA SHAW h1s 1111rr1ed 1 stmtosphere flyer CHARLES SCHWARTZ IS 1,1ll1ntly h1l 1nc1n ten 11111 pong, l11ll h1 I1 e GERALDINE SHIFFLETT IQ the ROCIII secret1ry to Ow Now the pr1 e or111 utme ANDREW SIMONSEN IS the Ch1rles Atl1s of h1 d1y ELEANOR SMITH tleelng from the smell of 1111on11 he h1s to t111d O11 1 ch11r to cry NED SPIESS 1 111 office hoy for Henry Ford III MARGARET STAUFFER IS gener1lly conceded hy ource 111 the know to he B11 hto11 most dex oted 1111lk 11111d VIRGINIA STEWART g1x1ng 1 spec11l concert for the pr1 o11er of Ale1tr1 Ill w'11ch he SH11, If I H1d the WIDE of 1n Angel CLAIRE STONE h1 111her1ted 1 huge fortune from 111 unknove I1 c mu 111 111d 1 nom the hfth duche of Hough Down IEANNE STONE h1 lo t her southern drml sl1yed 1 hufI'1lo Vwlth her ow11 two h111d 111d 1111de her own hoots 1nd 1ddIe Thu he goe r1d111g,, 1l1tO the vuld of CIIIIAOYHY Iook111 fer one of the111 drug tore h111gl1Jrounder MARIORIE STOTLER 1 tru111t ofhcer for the Alton Pul1l1c School RALPH STUART 1 t1ll 1tte111pt1ng, to get 1 I1etory lIIlttLI'll1LI photoprqh of the f1eulty th t1111e for the 1018 T1tIer INEVALFE TALLYNI CUIMILILUIIQ, the Bon1 hde Reupe Hour oxer 1 I1ltI0l1l hook up for th ct Stuff re1r11,er1tor Fo EDWARD THEBOW h1 t1111llx eo11t1et d The O1 M111 ol th Mo1111t1111 111 t1xoyx1x LOINIIILIHILIIIOIII xmt h1 11111teur I'1LI1ULOl1fI'l1Wf1011 ee1ue of MILIIIIXL e111o LI11Il11111lI'1tK vu1t1 e1e11t1h Itl h lured 111 It hot 1 r yerl tu1l 111ot M H, WWC ZCIW CIIQPIG' 00' se 1'1' ' 1 1 1 11 1' '11 1e s e"1' lfli' 11 "Q" 1s1 : 111' 11,1 1' ' 1 es 'g1n1 6 1 - ' PK 1 . 1 1 ZS ' L Al . 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Vw CXUIII mr Vv'1scm.m Rutlm Vflllicl fxilry Arm Vsllifllhill fx1.lr'y Ellen Y li CY. ming Gem' Yost lwm Trllllc lu Cl' -rmlcz' lm lc L11 Nclmwcllcr , ' c uc XX lx I Ejwm Ycmu I WW 6 Ziff Qy' XMJHW! f o L o ' c so W D ' it ' " J A g t P .-" , EVA - i it 'iw 'W 1 X Q -if 9 1 -v Q ', 3 7 Z' X I 'flfg .0 4.2 , . , ' W VYLFV T 'ii' " i n . ,, 'L , s ' r . .,., '4 Ai ' Z A' A 4 I Q F ' A'L, Fi i I 9 4 Lester Alexander, Frances jane Allen, Clarence Ames, Aileen Baker, Louise -Barber, James Beall, Betty Bedenbender, Dan Blcdgett, Frank Bcnafede. Robert Boyd, Mary Ellen Brady, Pauline Brecht, Ralph Breyfogle, Sylvia Brueggemann, Frances Lillian Cadman, Doris Calvert, Ellston Campbell, joe Campbell. 1 Loren Carothers, Anita Faye Cartwright, Ted Catt, Howard Cochran, Ralph Corwin, Fredrick De Vaney, Bob Diaz, Nordell Dilling, Nelba Dugger. ' . Frances Dunkel, Eleanor Dunston, Bette Edwards, Glen Eilers, Mzirguerite Elliotfjane Ellison, Frances Emmerson, Art Eyler, Sylvia Farley. Harold Fay, Dick Fischer, Clara Francis, Jeanne Glassbrenner, Helen Handler, Edward Hanna, Billy Harms. ' ' SOPHS 0 SOPHS Q SOPHS 6 SOPHS 6 SOPHS 0 SOPHS Q SOPHS Q 1 OPHS Q SOPHS Q SOPHS WJSOPVHS Q SOPHS Q SOPHS Q SOPHS Q SO J LMA 1 - 1 gl., 1 h W - fi M .4 1 yi Q ,, 4, -f ' ,, -, ! jV,,f,,,4!f14 ff! I ., J I, Qjfy, .ff-ff U, 54411 .gre I Bette I-Int, Vngnnn Hfssxnmn, HQWAVJ Hdys. Bllly I'11fyxf.n'J, Hfupe Henther, june Hang, Hnttle Helnkel. fxintlm Herlvtreet. fvinwrme Hennmn, Ufwn.11J Hall. Evelyn HUNNJJ. Pnxlmne HLICk.m71l1l.lIl1HUlSh, Lfunse Hutchlnwn, VIY'QlIll.L Jncnlvy, ATIIIIC tlneger. Helen kll.lI1.1kUPIIlN, Helen Alrmhnwn. Leww -lfvlnwwn, Vwlet -IflhIV41I1. Bob -lflllI'J.tll'I. MlT1fDYlC Kneser. Bwnnue Keernn. fN1.lllTlCC Kennedy, -hck Kxndrg. Iilmnfn' Klllgl. Nhry Klelmlt, Vernnn Korlnn. Elms Lnnln, Lfns Lnwnmce, joseph Lendy. Ruth Lexghty, Dun Lenhnmlt, Bette Lessner, Anim Lwck, Mlldred Lock, Dogcuthy Lowe, Ivhry Luker, june Lumpkxn. Catherine Lyons, jack M.ngee V Betsy Ivizlrsh, jerry Ivhthews. ,xllu-'9 U J-Jug Juv A V ff' ' . my 0 . ' P 3-, A , J, A, 1 -in I I I 4. ,x W -Q g f 'M 5 .. 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L 'a A 3 2 2 4 . . 4 . , - . 1 Q 5 if ll ,L N- Q 9 . 0 , Q . .N I Q 'X ' x I . , 5 - xi A. l ' - - s r J Q 'p a V Qgv' 8 , Jw - , L g ' f 5 M - A U ' l o A at - ' . ,Q I A Q , 3 4' Q 4. el", ao ,, A . Q f . l X L j .hx 1 si 1 V 1' a ' I ,v v,' v K --Q f Q' r ,P . ' ' ? 1,1 X :1 A- 5 5 Hi V 7 v . ,Q v I v 1 - H - I, 'A 1 I ' Tkll L Q S, 5 1 . C CS, Q, 5, 'Z ., 1 , Q - N Y A 5 S, ' . 1 . . I E2 fe,.". "".b4'. r,- ' szfg ,". '.. QQ es, NN K .ll lr S 5 X, -l -N' t . 'J ec,.e.ec.'c.1H.'eW'. t '.:, . , .6,Ab,s.' ll, 1 - l X Q l gl X ,F OPHS Q SOPHS Q SOPHS 9 SOPHS Q SOPHS Q SOPHS 0 SOPHS Q S Ray Simpson, james Smith, Lester Smith, Virginia Spaniol, Dick Shelton, Helen Springman. Alma Stevens, Gay Stormer, Shirley Strahan, John Strickland, Carol Tallyn, Phyllis Taylor, Verna Taylor, William Taylor, Leo Theisen. Gussie Tieman, john Ulmrick, Doris Ulmrich, Harriet Vollmer, Ruth Waggoner, Wanetta Wallace, Elizabeth Ward, Dorothy Walters, Mzirie Warden. Edith Warner, Marian Weber, William Westbrook, Warner White, Dale Williams, Vivian Williams, Dorris Wilton, Herb Winkler, Russell Winslow. Helen Wohlert, Helen Wuellner, Dick Yeakey, Eugene Wadlow, Wilma Collins, James Stallings, Lavelle Hickerson, Alice Nickell, Virginia Little. - -J .-v " lejif .ii fl L WL lvcwvj 1,7 ii ' ' ulzl-ff . O Tawau gy' l Y -x ' J! MK O EHMPUS THLETICS O A ET S . HLlTI .AlVHL+IC ATSLETI Favs R014 RAY I I-11 vox D1rLcto1' of Atbkuc Comb of foot1 1ll md tmck HENRY C Hom B1 ketbdl cwmb A 1 tmt 111 footbdl Second mu FOSTER 'VILCARTY Ab 1 tmt b1 lmtb1l1 Co Lb Vrzuxox 0 HAINLINE Comb of vxre tllll md tenm Comb heh on 1 H1 t 11 nt xe1r t Atom H1 111 Hillllllle It 1 tbn up for Holt md tvxo for MCClYIX : 1- . F . ' .- 'A n. . . '. J . , .s' . CN, sis. A' 1 . 15 1 ' . , 'S's. 15" 1 if . J 1' . . .' J, .' ' ' 5 gn S, 4 ' .1 's 's con wle 111g b1s 1 b j . .1 l gb . d so 1: 1' . 's 'ft A 1 ' A 1 FOOTBALL KEITH CUOK. senior Cook won his second letter for football at fullfback position. He is said to have been the most accurate passer in nine years. and he will be sorely missed next season. ROBERT BROWN, semor Brown distinguished himself for his good blocking at end position. Like Cook, he also was awarded his second letter and will graduate in the june class. HENRY HEATH, senior Henry's size handicapped him seriously in football. Never' theless, he was a favorite Alton substitute for two years. He took his football seriously and always seemed able to plug up a hole in the line. He played guard. J. R. Taavis, senior Travis as quarterback ably held the honors that fall to that position. He was not only a good punt and pass receiver but also a good blocker. This was his second letter. BILL VAHLE, senior Vahle develooed into a good tackle in his first season of hig soho l Qootball. He was a hard player and a good def s 'veji1l3n.f , 4 V' ' NLEY'M I t HEY, junior K atthey fit vfas Alton's heaviest player, tipping the 'Q 'il 4914117 A Next season he will enter his third year of DOUGLAS HUISH, senior Huish was perhaps the least spectacular of the local line' up. However. his hard working at tackle and the many opposing punts he blocked stamped him as one ofthe most valuable players in the Alton linefup. He was a two letter man. 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's HE 1937 SEASON Wood Rxver contlnued ICS loslng streak and lost to the Redbrrds 320 but Colllnsvllle a medlocre team wlthstood the 1cy November w1nds to w1n the next out 60 The season was trad1t1onally cllmaxed by the Turkey Day txlt w1th Western M1l1t1ry Academy and amld all the pomp belittmv the OCCASION the Hxlltoppers shouldered arms and drove the crdets back for the seventh successlve year to the tune of 12 0 before one of the lnrgest crowds ever to w1tness the mnuxl cl1ss1c The Redb1rds placed th1rd ln Conference ratmgs losxng two t1e1ng one and wmmng four Consrderxng the average we1ght the season was a successful one Two lettermen recelved berths on the All Conference squad whlle four were pl rced erther on the second team or were g1ven honorable mentlon Alton plled up 1 total of 106 polnts whrle thelr opponents were only able to muster 30 No extra po1nt after touchdown was made by an opposmg team whxch 15 t6St1II1OI111l enouvh of the Redblrds 1b1l1ty f 4--al... BRUCE SMITHEF semm Smlthee after bemg actxxe 1n sexeral athletic fields became manager of the 1937 Redbxrds and gax a creditable acount f hlmself Lew1s Moore Lowrv Heath Drake Holland Turk Schre1ber Chew D1az Redmond Roettger Aulabaugh Vahle Norvell Yost Lanacher THLETICS Q FOOTBALL Q ATHLETICS Q FOOTBALL 9 ATHLETICS BASKETBALL Fzrst row T1ckwell Tr1v1s Cook Bnley ones Lau Crane Second Row McCarty M1tthey L11r Lock Freeman Kuhn Pxnkerton Holt The Redbrrd b1sketb1ll squ 1d under the d1rect1on of Coach Holt opened the season on December 10 1937 lt Gmllespxe w1th 1 27 22 w1n 1nd w1rn1ed the hewrts of the loy1l rooters the followmg nlght on the home floor when they dropped jerseyvrlle by 1 37 29 count In the Hrst conference gune we met COll1I'1SV1ll6 md Hoot Exers w1s the K1hok who fU1I1Ed us Evers just got h1s footb1ll mn helled rn txme to help hls teun p1n 1 34 23 loss on us The followmg mght found East bxde It thelr best 1n footb1ll 1nd we lost 1 b1sketb1ll gune Then Qumcy c 1me to Alton 1nd kept our m 1ch1ne 1n reverse Durmg the Chrrst 11115 hohdays the Redbrrds defended the1r 1936 37 hol1d1y se 1son crown 1n the Mt Vernon tournament We defeated Benton 17 14 but lost to Mt Carmel 14 31 anuary 7 1t home agamst EdW1fdSV1ll6 the B1rds played then' best game of the se 1son Passmg guardmg shootmg g1rner1ng rebounds l1ke veterans 1ga1n renewed basketb1ll hopes Mdd1SOH next fell vlctlm to the Blrds and Wood Rlver upset us there 30 25 due to .1 17 7 h1lf tlme score when the Arton crew fenled to chalk up 1 held go1l mn the first half The remnnder of the conference season gne uctorxes to Bellevllle md Gr1n1te twxce each and vnns 1lso to Collmsxllle Edw1rdsv1lle E1st Slde Wood Rlxer wxth 1 uctory for u oxer M1dlSOD here 23 22 I the rem 1l'111'1g non conference gnnes the Redbxrds won from Dec1tur 1nd Lrxlngston whlle loslng to ulncy there In tournunent pl 1y we defe1ted Ven1ce 47 45 1nd lost to Collm xrlle 2620 The second te11n gn es some hopes tor the 38 39 5615011 1s McC1rty s men of blood 1I1i.l xron turned ln 1 record of ten vuns 1g11n t hxe losses Thls 1 1n l111pI'6SQ1N6 record for the second teun 1nd 1ll of Us hope uh hope If mem much for the next l 1 lmetlwll 961 on COnlerenee Wxnner Wormd Rner ' I 2 , 14, 124 ,J ,', - r ' , 1 al-Zia 1 1 1' , . 4 1 1 1 4 4 ' 1 , 1 4 4 4 1 f 41 1 1 1 4 4 4 1 f . 1 4 4 1 ' 1 1 . ll 1 K L T . 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ATHLETICSQ BASKETBALL Q ATHLETICS Q BASKETBALLQATHL WRESTLING -L Farst Row Schmadt Waters Sawyer Horstnaan Dalton Brunaugh Peraca Schmatt Heith Waters Coach Haanlane Second 'row Wanslow Walton Show Buckshot Overhy ohnesee Kennedy Yeakey Mwrch Makoff Thwd row Walters Walkangton Wackenhauser Taylor Thas year wrestlrng under Coach Haanlane hat a new hagh when the Redhard grunt and groan squad took thard plface an the conference wath 6 Wans and 4 losses and pl aced as runner up to East bt Louas and Granate Crty who shared conference honors when the season s record paxe 9 mans and 1 loss to each of these teams Interest and enthusaasm for wrestlang rs gradually takang hold an Alton Haph THE SEASON S RECORD Waters Waters ost Schanatt ost He ath Heath Heath lost WON won WON Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton s round 2nd round s round s round n round r round my my asy '7 I Ratenour Granate M adason Bellevalle E 1st sade Edvx ardswalle Gr anate M adaso'a Ferguson Bellex alle East sade Western Edw ardsvalle Opponents RESULTS OF QTATE MEET a decasaon decrsron decasaon decasaon decasaon Vah Vahle Vahle Vahle Ost WON WON WOU Vahle vxon etond place an Iii pou md class an the btate meet my azy 171 1 t round a 2nd round h decasaon 3rd round forfeat 4th round h decasaon THLETICSQWRESTLINGQ ATHLETICSQWRESTLINGQATHLETICS fr f ' .Klum Sword A A I ppu1a4-ms - Smart' TT 18 ...,..... ' T T TT T T T21 2. L I T T T 2 TT T 24 T T T T 1 I T ll Alton T T 3023 T T Western T T 623 T T 6 T TTT T T 1 f ' T 29 T 24 T T T 'Q ' TT T 13 24 T T T T 1 ' . T 11 T23 T T ' T 16 T 24 T T T " 11 11 T TTT 1' 1 ' T 22 T .19 T T TTT T 10 T T 38 T T L T T 5 T T151 'T T R 1 - 1't hy f- fr ll . le l ' s hy fa ll 1 Y l hy e 1 y 7 ' ' ' 1 sa-r hy " 4- - shy - L 7 - 1 t hy 5 y 1 Y 2 d hy 1 ' s ' . ' TT . 1 A L f f 3 d -- hy - - ' ' 'Q T TRACK Fwst Row Horstman J Lock Aul1b1ugh MCClSk1ll Peebles Bund Lwux Heath Second row Ye1key M1tthey T1ckwell jones Wickenhiuser Norxell Frecmm Vihle Dickerson E Lock Tr1ck h1s been 1 big disappointment this ye If Co1ch Jickson found 1 fur response from the student disidx 1nt1ge for sever1l yeirs 15 1 school of this size should be ible to support 1 Winning teim Tr 1cl1 therefore h1s become little more thin 1 r1ther extensive spring footb1ll tr uning 1nd since it t ikes 1t le1 t two ye 1rs to do much toward developing in xnd1v1du1l for track work the footbill se ison next f1ll should benefit gre1tly by these spring workouts ATHLETICS Q TRACK 0 ATHLETICS Q TRACK Q ATHLETICS Q TRAC l 1 l ' 3 , . , 1 1 , 1 ' , , , 1 , ' . 4 : 1 , 1 , 1 , , ' 1 . , Y , ' 1 , 1 , , . . 1 1 1 ' ' ' A 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' ' . ' body in numbers but no satisfactory pl11ce for practice. This element has put Alton truck teams at Ll great ' 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 4 ' 1 1 A ' K 1 . 1 ', , 1 4 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' ' 1 ' L 1 ' 1 1 s 1 ' ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 , XJR TENNIS Frrsr 'row Thompson Sunpson Dem Cmmphell Colch Hunllne Not m pwrure Stnllmps L1hle1n Drescher Tenms h rs not m1de the comeh rck th rt h rd heen expected th1s yemr md old m IH run 15 pmrtly to blime The cont1nued wet We1ther fcrced rll elrly pr 1ct1ce to he held 1D the gym In in mdoor tournament .hm Stalhngs Ed Thompson Rolsert L1hle1n Robert Drescher How 1rd Dem Ellston Campbell incl Rly SIIHIDSOH elmnnzted other contenders From these seyen two doubles te 1ms and two smgles players were dex eloped As th1s 1rt1cle Went to press no 1nter school m ltches hrd yet heen pl ryed but the boys were WOFk1Ug hlrd to get 1n trlm for the Conference meet late 1U M ry from whlch the vurnners moxe on to the State meet THLETICS QTENNISQ ATHLETICSQTENNISQATHLETICSQTENNIS l 4' LJ 4 JN 5 , . , 1 , 1 , 1 2 . . t 4 7 , r , . . . ,. . ... , , , , , , , - , . . . . . r . . . . 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GENERAL ATHLETIC INFORMATION CHEER LEADERS At the begannang of the football season Eugene Laux and ack Barton started 15 cheerleaders They erx ed untal Laux was forced out by a throat anfectaon Then the PEP club sent Vargmaa Ross and Bernace Mc Ulgg to carry on They dad a credat able paece of vwork for the rem under ofthe fall semester and when McQu1gg graduated an lanuary Ross was left to f1H1l'1 the basketball season alone Hovxexer durang the second semester three boy Harold Leonard ack Faske and Ball Pointer led the bulk of the cheerang MANAGERS Bruce Smathee held manager s post for football Dayton Schamdt for wrestlang btanley Matthey 1n basket hall and Henry Heath an track These boys gaxe thear tame to help the coaches care for the equapment and keep the teams supplled vuth the thangs needed an the x arlous sports FIRST TEAM BASKETBALL SCORES Pk Alton Alton Alton IAlton Alton A on MA ton Alton 'KA ton 'KA on Alton vklk Alton :FA ton XA on Alton A on Alton X on Alton IA on Alton Alton "C'k"cAltoxa M":Alton bk Totals 566 games aw ay from home M Mt Vernon tournament HX Haghl and tournament Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton 106 FOOTBALL G1llCSp1C jerseyvalle Collmsvalle East St Louas Qumcy Benton Mt Carmel Edw nrdsx alle M adason Wood Raver Bellevllle Granlte Clty Quancy Collmsvalle East bt Louls Edw ardsx llle M adason Bellexalle Wood Rn er Granate Caty Decatur Laxangston Venace Collansxalle SCORES 1937 Clu el and Haph KS M ada on Edvt ard xalle Oranate Caty Bellexalle Ea t St Loua Wood Rlk r Co an ull W tern Malatrrx Loul Q Opponent ATHLETICS Q ATHLETICS QATHLETICS QATHLETICS Q ATHLETIC ' ' 1 Q Q Q 'IQ Q Q Q Q . s ' Q 'Q . 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U .s s . 32 'c H ,ll s' e .12 es' Q" EAST IUNIOR ATHLETICS BASKETBALL First row Melton Tickanan Campbell bpurgeon Beane Glass Block Mossan an Halford L Patterson E Patterson Deason coach Second row Harrison Dubro Mann Scott Franklin Ash Yost Wiggira Meisenhelaner Heckler Young FOOTBALL First 'row Cobb Wood Bryant Perica Pointer Beane McCak1ll Luddeke Block Grosh Glass Second 'row Webb Carter Tickanan Heuer Reed L Moore Yot Ready Ah Campbell Goldfarb Dickerson Third row Robertson H Moore Huish Stone Heckler Brown Coleman Oldham Melton Alberts Bradshaw Fourth 'row Asst coach McCarty coach Deaon both football and basketball games receixed a large turn out and upport from the student body Mid year graduat1on again played haxoc with the cager and an entirely new team had to be formed in january to carry on for the remainder ofthe season In pite of this di adx antage the te aans won IX games losing 8 They scored a total of 208 point against their opponent 239 Football hovxexer was more uccessful In the ix games played the rider piled up a total ot 70 points against their opponent s 55 They won 3 and lost 3 18 letters were awarded an football 13 in basketball AST JUNIOR ATHLETICS Q EAST JUNIOR ATHLETICS QEAST JU ' 1 , ' 1 , 1 1 ' , 1 2 1 , , 1 , 1 , . 1 , . 1 - , 1 , 1 . I 1 ' , 1 1 , , 1 ' , , -, ' A 1 ' ' , 7 1' A I , , 1 1 '11 A , 1 1 29 ' , 1 1 , 1 I . J . 1 1 ' 1 , , , . 2 S . '- 1 S 1 1 , 1 , . J 7 I 1 - 1 T , -I 1 y ' a 3 1 5 1 , , 1 1 . 5 " . 1 , 1 g 1 , LS . 103768 proved to be 1a successful ye1ar for East junior athletics. Under the direction of coach Deason, 1 1 1 1 1 ' " 1 1 K f 1 s ' . ' f ' 1 ' 1 1' ' 1 ' ' 1 5, 1 1 ' ' 1 1 A A 1 ' ' 1' '1 . s' " -Sl '1 1x, 1 ' s' 1 ', " . ' 1 1 ' s, 1 1' ' ' s . ', ",1 5 S-xL'1', ll ", 1 1 . ,1 ' .. ' ' ' ' 1 A ' " 1 . HllllHHlllllIl1N... B111 Vahle escort Mary Kodros mmd Bob Brown escort Rosemary Rose maui Agnes Simpson Betty escort joan Carter tram bearer Ruth Moore retmng queen Fat Harrlson escort Rosemary Schmltt maud Kelth Cook escort Evelyn Anglln maui B111 Bund escort Harford, and Helen Sondles, crown bearersg Carl Bailey, ,Redbirdg Gladys Watkins, queeng Tomljones, 1-QQ 1' :ant fi 25.- -.1 V: ii' Q- .mmnsrxl Tat er f VNCENIT MOWZEL Ednor In due EANINIE HERZLER Arr edztor LUTHER L MYERS Facuhv Sponsor 171 HOxIER CLARK Ach emsmg KATHRYN SHARKEY Assxstant ednor LOUISE BILLINOS Assmant edltov '-iii .,.-, EUGENE WADLOW 'H' Ach emsmg CHARLOTTE MCCURDY Asmstant edztor CALVIN CRAIG Advemsmg GEORGE HAYS Snap eciztor ALBERTA RITLHEY Assxstant ednor RALTH STUART Snap edutor IRVING WISEMAN Ach emsmg ROSALIE THOMAS Assxstant ednor BULL HAMER Ad1 emsmg BOB HERB Ach e'rtIsmg CLIFFORD BAXTER AdI ertzsmg Q 9 Jfffl If BILI RAIN I Ach erusmg ffwf rf ' Q ', 4 n Ji 1 A v' 1 f t . I I . r. I . f J A A V .I V "' 'Q X 'K I 'Q do A 17 'figs A - l ' ' " I ., ' - I L A, 'O' I' , S27 tx ' X 1 I I R' ,I A A I H E f, 5' 'f 'Er , . Y Q I , , Y' A' A 1, 1 3 R My 'A I , glfijff I I C7 K q -In X ' , A H , fd' I xg. h Ci , 9 p TIMES STAFF Frrst row Lucy Mxrsh 1ll Ahce Reeder Dorothy Moll Normllee W1ghCmlU Rosemiry bchmltt Ancelee W1ensh1enk Mary Glldersleexe Evelyn Kruse Second row Ch arles Trckwell jean Schmoeller Constance Bruegmann Fred Olsen B1llyHirms Ruth Moore Evelyn Anglm M1ry Al1CCPdf1S Bern1ceMcQu1gg Mr Prumtt Tlurd row R TFAVIS j1ckPenn1ng Robert Lahlem Norm ID Bentley Leslle ohnson Hugh Horstman M1lff6d Llu Wwlter Gregory john Lock Fourth row Brlly Casselll Durint Ahernethy George Ryrle Qtmley Mltthey Elvms Members not m plcture Ruth Rowl1ng Lucllle Nlckell The Alton H1gh Tunes was first pubhshed IH 1923 Durlng thls txme 1ts purpose has been to promote scholrrshxp to preserve school tr 1d1t1on to encourage sportsm1nsh1p to support school 1ct1x1t1es to provxde pr1ct1c1l experlence ID journlhsm md to mcrense loyalty to our school The Tunes has been publxshed elghteen txmes per ye lr at 1nterv als of two weeks It IS supported hy suhscrlptlons md xdxertlsmg OFFICERS lck Pennmg edztor Constmce Bruegrnmn Dumnt Abernethy Fred Olsen assrstant edxtors Elx1sLamm busmess manager Bxll Myers adlertxsmg manager R Travxs cxrculatuon rnanaver M1cy Prultt sponsor ANIZATIONSQ RGANIZATIONSQORGANI TIONS , of , V ' 'I r ff ' i 1 1 Y' L 1 J' "X 1 , f X' ' .Q ' .Xl JJ , J X7 ' J 2 i , ' , , 2 A 2 , 2 . . . . 4 . Y 5 7 7 ' I 1 Q , , ' ' p, U , 2 , , 7 f ' Q v - - ' 1 . -' ', 2 ' , n , 2 , J , I 9 2 1 1 9 ' 5 A ' 1, 2 H, , c 4 1 , Lamm, Robert Reher, Billy Myers, Dlck Gxllesple. . ' ' 5 ' , A. V . z ' g Q U 3 z L ' g 1 "M g 1 ' 1 ' A ' 1 R g 1 ' Q 2 . 2 A ' ' 1 , 1 ' 4 . ' 1 Ji ' , ' 3 2 2 , - , , ' V 1 ' ' , V Q , l I, QI- - 1 ls I I D Q 1 , . O Z A QUILL 8: SCROLL , ' 'c",." Farst row Maryella Godvvan Lucy Marshfall Alace Reeder Dorothy Moll Rosemary Schmatt Ancelee Waenshaenk Evelyn Kruse Gladys Watkans Eleanor Smath Second row Constance Bruegm ann ean Schmoeller Charlotte McCurdy Louase Ballangs Betty McDow Kathryn Shfarkey Ellen Gould Margaret Hanna Rtalph Stufart Thard row Charles Tackwell .ack Pennang Robert Lahlean Irvang Waseanan Ed Thompson Fred Olsen Hugh Horstm an Robert Dackerson Luca an Turk Mr Pruatt Fourth row Ball Cassella Durant Abernethy George Ryrae Stanley Matthey Douglas Fask Bally Myers George Hays Howard Dean Vancent Monzel The Quall E! Scroll as a jOL1I'l'1dl1Sf1C honor socaety anternataonal an scope The Lovejoy Chapter was a charter member of the orgfanazfataon and was establashed Apr1l 4 1927 btudents ehgable for membershap must have done credat able Work on eather of the school publacataons The purpose of the uall Ei Scroll 15 to anstall an students the ade al of schol arshap to adv ance the standards of the professaon of journalasm by developang better journ alasts and by anculc atang fa hagher code of ethacs to promote exact .and daspassaonfate thankang clear and forceful wratang Further at has been the purpose ofthe Chapter to take on some school project each year In addataon to compalang .a handbook wratang a complete hastory whach at keeps up to date and sponsorang varaous actaxataes for the enaoyment of the student body the Order has mst alled an expensaxe amplafyang system an the school audatorauan OFFICERS first semester Durant Abernethy presadent Ellen Gould race preszdem Eleanor Smath secretary treasurer OFFICERS second semester Vanc nt Mon cl presaderat lack Penmng lace presadent George Ryrae secretary treasurer GANIZATIONS QORGANI TION I l !' 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' V , a a a a r . i ' t 9 ' 1 r 1 A 9 Y 1 1 - ' 1 -ra ' . , ' .' , - s ' , . vc .. , , ba Y, , XY , 1, NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Fwst row Leatrace Naedernhofer Mary ennangs Loulse Ballangs Charlotte McGurdy Betty McDow Ellen Gould Rosemary Schmatt Ancelee W1CD5h1CDk Evelyn Krus Gladys Watkans Rosalae Thomas Doras Maller Second Row Marae St aubatz Maraorae Huff Llewyn March Constance Bruegmann Maryella Godwan Dorothy Moll Norm alee Waghtm an Margaret Hanna Helen Sapot M ary Alace Paras Lucalle Nackell Betty Perrottet Alberta Voales Eleanor Smath Evelyn Walson Mary Kodros Thwd row Jeanne Herzler Dorothy Loellke ack Pennang Robert Lahlean Irxang Waseaaa an Fred Olsen Ralph Stuart Robert Dackerson Vlncent Monzel Henry Etter Kenneth Wolf Fourth mu Durant Abernethy Ball Cassella George Ryrae Stanley Matthey Douglas Fask Hugh Horstm an Lucaan Turk Howard Dean Henry Grosh ans The Alton Chapter of the Nataonal Honor Socaety was chartered ID the sprang of 1927 wath eleven members under the sponsorshap of Masses Cartwraght and Gates The purpose of the socaety as to create an cnthusa asm for scholarshap to stamulate a deslre to render serxace to promote worthy lcadershap and to encourage dexelopment of character an the students at Alton Hagh Only hfteen per cent of the 4 1 cl ass who rank an the upper thard and who have been rated hy the faculty an le adershap serxace and character are elagable for membershap The Socaety meets the thard Monday ofthe school month at Whach tame busaness 15 transacted or outsade people are muted to speak The organa ataon engages an one soca al affaar an conaunctaon wath the uall ts' Scroll socaety each semester It also conducts an anductaon ceremony at the end of each semester whach as held an the ex enmg at the Hagh School audatoraum to whach parents and fraends of the students are anxated Orraclzaas Hrst semester Marae Staubat presadent Fred Olsen uce presadenr Irvang Wasenaan SCCTCILITW fTeL1S'l1TCT Orracazaas second seme ter Ball Cassella presadent Hugh Horstman aace preszdent Robert Dackerson SCCTCIGTLY ITCAISUTCT , . . 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Frrst row Llewyn March Miriorie Huff Evelyn Kruse Ellen Gould Fern Wild une Donahue Mildred Black Alice Reeder Second 'row Normalee Wightnian Dorothy Moll Mirgiret Hmm Mirie Stiubitz Lucille Nickell Mary Alice Pans Betty Perrottet Miryelli Godwin Thrrd row Bill Casselld Vincent Monz l L slie ohnson Fred Ols n Wilbert Peterson Robert Dickerson julia LEWIS To promote creative writing .ability in the high school is the aim of the Creative Writing Club organized in 1931 by Miss Lauretta Paul To accomplish this end the club affords members the opportunity to write and discuss matters pertaining to literary writing The club sponsors school wide contests contributions handed in are entered in the club s magazine Wings which in the past his been well received With the new policy of publishing the magazine through student efforts alone the club offers the member a diversified field for artistic expression OFFICERS first semester Marie Stiubitz president Fred Olsen uce president Miry Alice Pins secretary treasurer Margaret Hmm 11177071071 Orricnas second semester Fred Olsen president Eugene Churchill uce president Llewyn Much secretary treasurev Ellen Gould hbrarxan , I I A 4 , ' 2 1. . , , , .MI ' 2 ' ' 4. 2,21 -I 2, ' r from time to time. Now in its eighth year, the club has ai long record of accomplishments. The best GANIZATIONSQORGANIZATIONS QORGANIZATI - J if 5' x, "K x V Q ,Ni r . X J f' gjQ2xRT CLUB Fnrst row Ruth Walken Etta Mae Boyce Ruth Rowlang Agnes Sampson Dorothy Loellke je anne Her ler Second row Mary Alrce Paras Dorothy Todd Walnxa Collans Ann Kodros Paulme Haggans Ruby Spees Ruth Waggoner Thard row Ball Schrmtt Raley Waeg and Bob Rutz Quentin M axeaner Kenneth Pfalmer MdfX1H Boy e The purpose of the Art Club 15 To promote all worthy art 1Ct1V1t1CS wathan the school The Art Club was organazed October 31 1931 wxth a membership of naneteen Belaevang that a small club wath strlct admlssaon reqmrements would make a better worlaang organa 1111011 the Art Club has the followmg requarements CU A student must haxe had one year of art an thas hrgh school or other hagh schools CZJ Durang this requared year of art the student must haxe made a grade of B or aboxe C32 A student must receaxe a majoraty tote when xoted anto the club The Art Club pan as an the shape of an artast s palette and has eather three colored stones or enamel settmgs an at OFFICERS hrst semester Robert Rut president Mfary Alace Pfaras uce presadent Dorothy Loellke secretarv Marx an Boyce treasurer Orraceks second semester Dorothy Todd presadent Wll1111COll1HQ uce presxderat eanne Herzler secretary B1llSchm1tt treasurer Tw KX W lm A ' 3 0 1 ,V I I ,'a'11,""sJa , GANIZATIONSQ ORGANIZATIONSQORGANIZATIO S CAMERA CLUB e4 .4' ef4'. 4"1 '4' 4 4 ' '4 Y f f JM. Q, ff, 4' V' 'ft a ' 9' " .fVf4'5'1n1f'4' 'l ' pf--,.,-,QQAJ31 , " e,e'tQg r X ..- .mf I wa-ssz,-PIE:-Ara - f . . A Fwst row Ralph Stu art Clarence Ames Woodson Iohnson Laverne Mitchell Phillip Nickell Howard Hays Ball Godwin Harold Underwood Second 'row Mr Clark lack Bauer Clyde Sheets Donald Hall Thomas Driscoll Don Canter George Hays Leroy Korte Mr Koher The Camera Cluh was reorganved in Se temher 1937 with Mr Clark and Mr Koher as s onsors P P A constitution was framed and plans were made for a darkroom which was later completed except for some ex ensue e ui ment which wall he secured as soon as funds ermit The room is now in P Cl P P use hy the members This room which IS on the fourth tloor consists of an outer and an inner darkroom In the outer dark room there is space for drying prints and films and for meeting In the inner darkroom the actual printing and dexelopang work goes on The cluh also keeps two windows filled with prints taken hy in the lihrary in the form of a Salon The pictures are the choice prints ofthe different memhers The cluh s mam antere t ls to gixe the memher a chance to learn 111011 ahout photography This is done in the form of program In the past there haxe been talks on eOlnp0s1t1On mox ies color hlms enl aigmg and other phases of photographx The cluh has seen moxies natural color slide and pri e vainning pictures OIIILERS Clarenee Ame president Don Canter aace presadenz Boh Eanmon secrezearw treusaarer becarge Nevacomer publacatx mamaager GANIZATIONS QRGANIZAT l 'V 5 1 .4 1 , A 1 ' ep , h ' , z 4 , 4 4 4, a 3 3 s 1 1 . 5 . z ', ba A P , .4 Q , a 4 , g ' 4 , l ' 1 3 4, 5, . ' . Q 1 a xl 4.9 4 e , . , '4 . 1 1 . 1 . 4 4 1 2 1 4 ' L 1 a 4 ' 2 - , e 4 ' 4 , 4 4 ' 1 L 4 . 4 4 4 ' 4 4 e 1 1 z 4 z . a f 4 1 '4 4 e z 4 :, 1 4 X. 4 a 1 Q memhers, most of whom do their own finishing. Cn exhihit night the members exhihit mounted prints e 4: 1 4 4 s 4' A 4 ' ' s 1 Q ' A ' a 1 . 4 4 s 4 4 K S. s in s 1 vs 5, 1 ss - I' ' y V' -, 4 V ' .' 4 ,Q ' ::': A ' gif' '4':, . A :4 s,: 2' jj 4 3 'X DS, 7 Z K 5 X - 1, 2 4 1 S' ll, 1 T3 'I vb V 5 ' Q ORGANIZATIONSQ HI-Y 'mf PQQWWQY Frrst Row j1Ck K1nd1g Robert D1Ckerson George Ryr1e jnnmy St1ll1ngs R1Ch1rd Drescher B1ll Bund OsC1r leger Durmt Abernethy Second row Mr Ihne Robert L1hle1n B1lly C1ssell1 M1lford Liu LuC1t1n Turk How 1rd Dem Hugh Horstmm D1w1d jdcoby 'Thrrd mu Dougl1s F1sk Stanley M1tthey Homer Vendrdos school md Com111un1ty h1gh stmdlrds of Chr1st11n Ch 1r1Cter The four pl mks III the plutform rt Clem speech Cl61Il sChol1r h1p Clem sports md Clem l1x1nC The H1 Y Club lb 1 group of older h1gh school boys who ure eekmg for them elxes md the1r fellow students the h1ghest st md 1rds of l1fe md Conduct Th1 Club ufords 1n opportumty for dexelopm le 1dersh1p unong 1tS members emphmzes thmgs worth wh1le md uds 1n the form1t1on of fr1endsh1ps T must be 1 sophomore before he 1 el1g,1blC for eleCt1on IDIO the Ofglfll lUOI1 h1s Club IS Ch1rterCd by the St1te md N1t1on1l orCm1 1t1on of H1 Y Club A prospeCt1xe membtr O11-1CERs hrst semester Durmt Abernethy premdent Our 1eger ucepremdenr George RYYIC secretary Robert DICRCFQOD treasurer M1lford L1u sergeant at arms OFFICERS second semester George Ryr1e preszdem Robert L1hle1n uce presudent B1ll C1s ell1 secretary Dougl1s F1k treasurer Mllford L1u sergeantrztarms ANIZATIONS Q ORGANIZATIONS Q ORGANIZATIO W- 'sf -1-f Q- Q I . A Q - A N ' ' '21,-fQ"" ' C - I ' Q' .J - 1. ' ft-f ' : 1 ' ', ' ' , ', ' Q ' . ' Q , , ' Q .IQ , Q . 5 . , Q , 1' Q, ' Q , ' , Q 1 , K Q , Q ' ' . ' 1: Q A , ' Q , ' . The purpose of the Alton Senior H1'Y Club is: "To Create, 111Q11nt.11n, Qmd extend throughout the ' Q ' A 'Q Q ' " 'Q Q Q 1 Q ' ' Q Ll 'z Q , Q Q S ' , Q ', Q Q j. .f T' A V' S I x S Vx' I 3 Y, ' Q Q Q ' ' Q . 's Q : Q ' ' ' g Q -'Q ' :, Q:': ' ',Q Q':' Q' ' " ' Q ' Q' Q Q Q ' Q 72 -ZR ' V s. 3 ' ' ' ' Q ,A N . .S .y. , . . i it .ZA . U .., , . 5, ,: 1 A , 3 53 JA, ,a .- , ' Q , 4, .Q ' - , Q ' Q , f f . , : ', ' g Q ',"f ' 1' Q'sQ, g Q 's , g ' Q , f f . GANIZA BOYS' CABINET ' 4' B , 3,', Frrst 'row George Ryr1e B111 Dr1ke l1ck Redmond 1111111157 St1ll1ngs Ch 1rle5 T1ckwell B 11 D R h o 11 o ert Brown W1ll11111 Bund Second 'row Mr Wood Thur5ton HOWlYd 1 R TflXlb Ke1th Cook Tom lone5 Dur1nt Ahernethy lohn Dryden H1ro1d P1tterQon Thwd 'row Edw 1rd Thompson Btmley M1tthey W1rren P1ddoCk Luc11n Turk Names of boys 111 the organlzazlon not 171 plcture Allen C1111 B111 Re1d W1y11e V1hle El5ton Cunphell F!'1I11i TT1X1b The Boys Cl171II6t W15 founded 111 l1nu1ry 1028 when hoy5 who h1d 1cted 1 gu1de5 for fI'CbhHlCl1 org1n1 ed 1 seruce cluh The purpoQe of the C1h1net 15 to 5erxe the school 1nd to encour1ge l56I1C1'1C1l1 lCf1X1t16h l1'l1ODg the boys The C1b1net members 1re 1lvu1y5 re 1dy to 1551 t 1D school pro1ect5 IU 1ny g1111e5 1et 1 g1ten1en 1t 1thlet1e conte5t5 illd 15 u5her5 when needed 1t other 5chool funct1on5 E1eh Fehruuy they 1 15t new tudent hy t.XP1l1II1l1g the chool 1ct1x1t1e5 1nd1nd1x1du1l progr11n5 1nd hy lCUI1g 15 gu1de5 New me1nher5 1re C o5en tothe Clllllkt lt t e 11ee,1nn1n of e1e 5 me ter HI o eer 1r C o en 1t the begllillllhl of e1e11 5choo1 ye1r O1llLERb Ch1rle T1ekvxell presnienr B1llBu11d ucepresrdent beorve Rx11e secremrwrrcasurefr L, ' x ' I : ', 'H ' Q ,,1 ,h' 1 ' , 1 ' 1 , 12, , 1 . : . , : z , . . 1 "', ' , b ', 1 f, , 1 1 e . ' I 1 , ,fa 1 , 1 1 , 'L . , , ' A' ' 'J 1 1 1 ' ' , Q 1 I 1 , 1 1 ' 1 . V 1' A 5. . , , ' ' ' 1 1 as ' ' ' l,',-'R . 4' 1 Lt: 1 a"'s' -' "1 w11y they can. They sponsor the high school excursion each year, H1l1I1ilgC the score hoard at football 2",1'LSA za " '11 1' "', 'e 5 ,L ' ". L' 1' 'gssf -'S s '31 'S Q ' A 2'L fr ' f:4'h:e he ff' LI 4'.'h:efs'.d111'1s1ehsf. -- - 1 V 55 - 15 , J . N5 5 1-'5 1 - QORGANIZATIONSQ , l K TIONS ORGANIZATI GIRLS' AUXILIARY COUNCIL Fmt row janet Rothacher Gladys Watkins Betty Abi McDow Maryella Godwin Kathryn Sharkey Llewyn March Eleanor Smith Second 'row Mary Kodros Margaret Hanna Marie Staubitz Jean Schmoeller Diamond Kodros Mary Jennings jane Kane Eileen Ash This org lIl1Zlt1OI1 observed the anniversary of its first decade of service to Alton High on january 11 1938 During these years the Council his been prominent in all the affairs of high school life I s members are representative girls chosen from the leaders of the student body During its existence others Miss Carolyn Wempen has been the faculty sponsor since the organization was formed In addition to its routine services the Council was chiefly responsible for sponsoring the first dlscussion of a Student Council which was later turned over to Miss Paul and the counselor groups Orricizks hrst semester Mary Kodros presuient Marie Staubitz vice president Maryelli Godwin secretary OFFICERS second semester Gladys Witkins president Margaret Hanna vice president Betty McDow secretary GANIZATIONSQ G N ONSQORGANIZATIO . i , I . ,A . y I . , . , , , I Y , Y 1 ' ' z ' 1 A ' ' ' ' ' ' . , l . , 2 . . . . . I t 4 - A 1 - l . . 7 many services have been performed for the school by this organization, as its purpose has been to serve , 1 1 , ' 2 ' ' ' , ' f ' 5 1 ' , , 1 ' 2 ' , ' A ' , ' f ' 4 , O R A I Z A T I PEP CLUB 9-xx. vo-Lb L!! X Farst row Maxane Whetzler Manme Mae Hogan Paulane Erbe ane Kane Georgae Wo-vu. V Schumacher Mae Phallaps Loas Beck Gpal McPherson Mary Gethang Second row Patty Watkans Ruth Blundell Jeanette Rosenberger Jean Schmoeller Helen Sondles Beverly Barley Ancelee Waenshaenk Varganaa Ross Helen Sapot Rose mary Schmatt Gladys Watkins Llllaan RODIDSOD Vavaan Phllllps Becky Brown a NX-cThard row Agnes S1mpson Alace Ellaot Peggy Sober Ruth Rowlang Dorrs Laux F M Louase Ballangs Martha Logan Ellen Gould Bern1ce Mc u1gg Bonnae Keeran jane axon jane Elllson Dorothy Oldham Ealeen Rabble Fourth row Mxldred Reed Yvonne umtal Betty Schlppert ackae Hyndmm anet Rothacher june ODell Etta Mae Boyce Mary Galdersleexe Dorothy Loellke Louase Netzhammer Jeanne Herzler Dorothy Todd Iola Corder Mary Hull Nelba Dugger Mary Helen Hefley Vlfglnla Sanderson Sylvaa Farley The purpose of the Pep club IS to develop better school sp1r1t and loyalty an the student body to add strength courage and moral support to all athletac contests as well as other school undertakangs The club was organazed 1D 1930 and has held a consastently hagh membershap sance that tame One of ats motaves as to stlmulate an anterest an garls athletlcs and to promote standards of health sportsmanshap and leadershap an ICS own members as vuell as an others Mass Letha McCausland as the faculty advaser The organa ataon took a new slgnahc ance last ye ar when the footh all queen contest was turned ox er to t Also the choosang of cheerleaders from the ranks ofthe club has done much to further the purpose of the org am ataon Orracens hrst semester Ruth Moore presadent Betty Harford race presadent Gladys Watkaaa secretary Agnes Sampson treasurer OFHLERS second semester Ruth Moore presadent Betty Harford race presadeaat Glady Watlxaaa secretary treasurer .N bkg . .A LVL ...Lge 4 A ' l p X hx 4 : g . I - Y. . . I 1 , I . Y I Q y . -Q aj' Q : . ' . ' ,t . . . ' ' dr Norma Lou Lenhardt, Dorthey johnson, liileen Bradshaw, Ealeen Ash? lluth Moore: , P R 1 9 D I 9 I a A Q 1 1 Q 1 ' . , Q ' 1 , V . ' , JL ' 1 , 'la I i ' 1 Z2 I l 4 2 2 li li Q , 4 1 , ' x ORGANIZATIONSQ ORGANIZATIONSQORGANIZATI GIRL RESERVES F1151 row Rosemary Haufe Paulme Erhe Elleen Rlhhle Mae Phrllmps V1v11n Phxlllps Ywonne umtal Llllxm Rohmson Alu Westbrook Helen Johnson Evelyn Anglln Second row Ruth Moore M IXIHC Whetzler Geraldme Shxfflett Albertr R1tchey Op al McPherson Marguen e Ellrott Mrry Luker VITg1Ul1 Sanderson Dorothy Oldham E11 zbeth Ham 'Thzrd row An1ta Wrllxs Hulda Orhm Helen Wuellner Nelhr Dugger Dorothy Ebhert Wllma Rohmson Ann Hmderhan Dorthey johnson The G1rl Reserves IS an Ofglfll atron of the Y W C A to help glrls prep lre for wlse and healthy future In 1881 dehmte Work was hemg done hy the Y W C A to help the younger prrls and IU 1918 these dlH.6fCHf orgamzatlons of plrls xdopted the name of Glrl Re erxes It lb not only a n at1on al org 1111 1 tlon hut lnternltronal lb well A group was hrst orgam ed m thas school 1n 1924 Grrls ln our cluh are taught to rpprecx ate the hetter thmgs ID llfe They are taught to apprecl ate nature and the out of door as vwell 1 hemg able to cultl vate rxch mtl lastmg fr1endsh1ps vuth other pxrls All grrls are welcome to our cluh proxldmg they accept xts purpose and 11.1611 OFFICERS L1ll1an Roblnson president V1olet ohnson secretary Helen ohnson treasurer ANIZATIONS QORGANIZATIO , 1 1 , 1 , , 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 , , . 3 , 1 , 1 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 t , 1 , 1 e1 , 1 , Z1 1 . - 4 9 4 s s I s 1 K 9 K S ' ' . ' . , '.,, ' ' . , , '. , . , . . . . . ,. , . , . , , 1 , ,. 1 . . , . . , ., 1 1 1 1 . s .. . 1 1 1 2. 1 1 1' . , . . '., ' ' ' ' . ' . . , '. ' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 f f sr ' LS 1 f 1 4 c 7 . K 1 , x 1 ' 1 xs. . , , J , , J , . f y J ' 1 ' n ,1 M . DRAMATIC CLUB ffiikjw' ,Alf fm ,I IJ L41 li k i' nw First row Beverly Barley Dorothy Moll Betty McDow Ellen Gould Iola Corder Gladys Watkins Eleanor Smith Ruby Spees Patty Watkins Helen Senz Second row Margaret Hanna Doris Laux Normalee Wightman jean Schmoeller Jean johnson Betty Perrottet Mildred Black Marcella Harting Mary jane Walker Betty Schippert Third row Irving Wiseman Joe Campbell Blanche Ealey Mary Gildersleeve Bill Reid Vernon Peebles Bill Drake Douglas Fisk Fourth row Durant Abernethy Vincent Monzel Fred Olsen Robert Rutz Edward Thompson B1llCassella Jack Pennmg Dick Gillespie B1lly Myers Woodson johnson The Dramatic club is one of the elective clubs in the school To become a member one must either try out or display special aptitude for dramatics Miss Mildred Rutledge is the faculty sponsor and director of the major productions The organ1zat1on presents two long plays each school year During the 1937 38 season Girl Shy a farce concerning college life and The Eyes o Tlaloc a mystery were two plays In addition to the long productions one student directed assembly program was sponsored by the club The purpose of such an organization is to arouse an intelligent interest in dramatics in high school people and various speakers explain numerous phases of dramatic art to the club at its regular meetings The Dramatic club also sponsors the local chapter of the National Thesplans OFFICERS hrst semester Durant Abernethy preszdent Edward Thompson uce president jean Schmoeller secretary Vincent Monzel treasurer OFFICERS second semester Vincent Monzel president Robert Rutz uce president Jack Penning secretary Jem Schmoeller treasurer i P I' ' 7 I 4 1 f 9 presented before a relatively large audience. Girl Shy was, however, the outstanding success of the GANIZATIONSQORGANIZATIONSQORGANIZATI NATIONAL THESPIANS Fmt 'row B1ll C15aElll Ellen Gould Ruby Speei P1tty WlCklHS j1ck K1nd1g Second row VIHCCUI Mon el Dur1nt Abernethy Robert Rut D1ck G1ll6Sp16 The NltlODll TheQp11nN 1 1 I1lflOIlll Ofgllll llI1OII of Hlgll chool dr11n1t1wtw The Alton Ch1pter fTroop 1263 ww org 1111 ed III 1937 Wlth e1ght 1ne111berQ The 111119 of the soclety 1re to dexelop 1 Qp1r1t of 1ct1xe lllkl 1ntell11ent 1ntereNt ID dr 11n1t1cs to 1 1st d1rector llkl tudent III the pre ent1t1on d1rectors 1nd student vuth the genenl proqrebb of dr 11n1t1c5 IU other h11,h Qchool 1nd to hung 1bout 1 clober rel 1t1onsh1p between the X 1r1ouN troupe The Dr11n1t1c cluh sponsors the loc 1l Ch 1pter To qu1l1fy for member h1p 1 btudent must be regul1rly enrolled III the hlgh Qchool 1nd must hue pl1yed w1th 1ner1t IU one 1n11or role of one long pl1y 1lso CHIICICDC vuorlc lb buslnebb n11n1ger or NIlg6 1n1n1ger for two long pl 1y hue been 1ccepted 1 meetmg requ1re1nentb for member h1p An 1n1t11t1on fee 15 requ1red of Ill new members vuh1ch 111 1keb btudent 1 l1fe 1ne111ber All member recene the I'1llglZ1I16 The Hzgh School Thespmn qu 1rterly free of ch1rge The Alton Ch1pter hm no regular t1111e of 111eet1ng or ofhcera It prebent 2- Va if J - -1 7 ' . ,J I A 'Y H YA A 1 '. , I ' i, 5 A z , 1 , , z, A ' T. 1 ' 1 1 '1 I 'S 1 1 A 1 K1 AZ. ' A j S' 1 1 5. 1 e 1 "'1 ' 'ge ' ' 3' 1141, RSSY' W 51 5 5 S3 1' of worthfwhile school plays, to stand as Al reward for excellence 1n high school dr111n11t1cs, to acquaint ' 1 I S" 5' 1 X " 1 'je 5,1 'K1 1 1 ' : 5 : 1 1 . 1 'A 5 ' 1 ' : 1 ' f 1' ' " 1 lx : 1 1 1 1 5 1 ' 1 15 ' A , R 5 . 1 ' ' A1 ' 4' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' . 5 ANIZATIONS QORGANIZATIONSQORGANIZATIO 4, I ,1 kj l J - DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN 'nf I- I mf ' fa a a, Fmt mu Ellen Gould Charlotte Dudley Iune Whate Etta Mae Boyce Myrama Eaeenreach Betty Schrampf Kathleen Waltraau Doloree Vow Second row Robert Heuer Edward Hanna Maee Walla amson Elazabeth Carey Hattae Heankle Martha Herbstreet Ex a Scheffel Maldred Haaler Leatrace Neadenhofer Maraorae Huff 'Thrrd 'row Fred Olsen Ball Gent Bernard Harms Eugene Wadlow Herbert Etter Ed Bonn Vancent Mon el Der Deutsche Verean was organa ed an 1934 when German wae reantroduced anto the curraculum I s purpobe 15 to create an mterest an German culture as at as found an later ature .and song becond semeeter German etudents wath a grade of A or B are elagable to the club At ate meetmg: Der Deutsche Verean preeents Englash Germ an or French speakerb an addataon to carryang on an antellagent daxcubsaon of trends abroad eepecr ally tho e whach egect Germany and the Unated Statee not only polatac ally but Qocaally and economacally Le Cercle Franeaax and Der Deutxehe Verean Nponbor an annual banquet whach has met wath great Nuccess for both org ana ataon It 15 the hagh poant of the exaetence of both organa ataone A cake ae vxa aoantly Npon ored to rn e fund for the exent thaw year Oalaeraas hr t seanexter Charlotte Dudley presadent Fr d Olsen lace prcsadem Ball Gent secretary Agne Huck tveaasurer Oxxaenaas eeond wane ter Fr d Ol en presadem Vaneent lvlon el aace preszdent lxathleen Waltraau secnraarx Dolore Vo rreaasurer GANIZATIONS Q0 G QORGANIZATI C i i , , ' ,, . . . , . . , . , L , a . , . 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LE CE RCLE FRANCAIS Farst row Virginia Jacoby Charlotte McCurdy Margaret Hanna Dorothy Hardy Doris Miller Ruby Spees Edna Edsall Norma Lou Lenhardt M ary Galdersleewe Norma Bristow Louise Netzhammer Gladys Watkins Martha Logan Becky Brown Second row ean Schmoeller Alnetta Wilson Dorothy Lowe Aileen Baker Thelma Alldredge janet Sh arkey Gay Stormer Violet ohnson Leona Clark Alva Westbrook Helen Sondles Ellen Gould Mary Jennings Althea btoekel Lyda Belle Davis Miss Blackard Alice Pullen Betty Perrottet Rosemary Schmitt Betty McDow Mary Hull Agnes Simpson Dorothy Todd Helen S1apot Mary Gethanv Sylxaa Farley Fourth row Gene Shelton Irx1ngW1seman Rach ard Daemer Fred Olsen Leslie ohnson Donald Hall jimmy Stallings Lemuel Rhoades Harry McIntosh Hugh Lowry The purpose of Le Cercle Francais as to stimulate interest in the French people their country their language and their customs Programs haue consisted of talks and lectures gax en by people who h ave tr axeled there or have a great interest in French people and French customs The outstanding project of the ye.ar has been the German French club banquet gaxen annually Orricazras first semester Betty McDow presadent Charlotte McCurdy race president jean Schmoeller secretary Margaret Hanna treasurer Orraciaaas second semester Margaret Hanna president Charlotte McCurdy aace presadent Gladys Watkins secretary Dorothy Todd treasurer RGAN ATIONS 4 ORGANIZATIO ' : ' A '1 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 1, 1 , I , E , 1 1 , 1' 1 , 1 ' , 1 , 1 , 1 1 , 1 1 1 , , 5 J 1 , 1 I , 3, ' 1 , 1 , 1 1 , 1 , - J , 1 1 , 1 , p 1 1 2 , 1 1 , 1 1 , 1 1 , . Third row: Eldred W1alkington, Miss Williamson, Loren C1arothers, M1ary Alice Paris, , 1 I 1 U , 1 , 1, 1 , ' , 1 D, '1 1 . . ,' ' . ' , ' - ' J -- I is ' s ' a a g ' 1 i a 1 a i 1 - Q , ,... 1 1 v , 1 ' ,' ' . ' ' 1 1 , ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 . 1 ' A ' 1 1 , 1 " 1 1 . 1 I 1 ' 1 , " f ' 1 1 , 3 1 1 1 1, . , 2 a ', ' 9 , " f ' 9 ' ' IZ ORGANIZATIONS6 STUDENT PATROL First mu Betty Bedenhender Normi Lee 91mpQon Luc1lle M1CClQhlll Dorothy Grosham Mildred Locli Helen Iianakoplo Charlotte Dudley Myriaa E1 enreich Alxa Westlwrook Lorene Ritchey Alice Norton Geraldine Frasier Second rou. Morri Heinena an Harold Hodge liminy Applegate Truna an Grayson Kathryn Kidvxell Mary Daxi Helen Barry Melba BOU1ll1OIl Norma Le Twitchell Betty Lat1n Wiliaaa Ketchum Harold Wolf Charles Harder jack Usbery Donald Met eer Rub ell Ex an Charle Dodd Dan Miller Go don Lahex Fourth row Diyton Schmidt Iohn Flexon Earl Ruth Harold Herme Darwin Gill Wllllllll Reed Kenneth Wolf Alhert Ford Henry Grobham Lawrence F1eld5 The Student Patrol IS an org 1111 1t1on for erx1ce to the bchool There are two groups 111 this cluh the fourth hour and the hfth hour patrol The fourth hour group has only one captain hut due to the extra numher of people in the hall fifth hour it IQ nece sary to haxe in erxice tvwo captaina Patrol meinherb :erxe daily III keepmg order 1l'l the halle and auditorium durmg both lunch hour Thib organi ation 1 open to any one veho de ire to he a inenaher and who 1 vnlling to De of erxiee Fourth hour captain Lawrence F1eldQ Fx th hour captains Harold Hernae Darvxin Gill GANIZATIONSO ORGANI TION B ' I 1 4 s 4 D-4 , , Q 4 'Y P' lf ' 4 4 4 4 e , ' 4 44 - " , 4 ., r ', V 4 4 s, 4 , 4 sf , iz 5 3 I I 3 3 ' V ' I a 1 s ' ' - 1: 'S ' 4 , 4 , h ' K4 ', 4 4 , 4 ' 1 , 4 ' 4 's, 4 , 4 , 4 'e ' , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 4 , 4 ' . Third row: P4aul Phillips, Edwin BUZLIIT, Frank Newton, E4arl Gilhert, Laverne Mitchell, 4 r 17, , 'S' '4 S, 4 5 , 4 ' 1 , r 4 r '. : 4 Q ' , K . , 4 , 4 s, 4 ' ' , 4 , ' , , ' 4 e, 4 1 '. 4 4 A 4 4 '24 ' S, " ' . 4 A ' ' -f 4 l 4 . 4 4 4' 4 A " 15- A'. SL I'v5'- '44". 4 ' ' ' 4' ' ' ' 4 ' 4 4 ' 4 ' K 5. " 4 4:4 ' is 4 f 3 ' S' 5 4 4 ' 'S " ' r se "". f ' 5 4 s. 4 'V . ORGANIZATIONSO ZA SCIENCE CLUB i Fwst row Donald Bodger Mary Galdersleexe Norana Lenhardt M arae btaubat Ex elyn W1lson Nex alee Tallyn Second row Don Canter How ard Alexander Georve Hay LeRoy Korte Francas Bra kex Ralph 'Stuart Mr Freeman The Scaence club as one of the newer organazataons of the school md came anto exastence rn the fall of 1937 because of the desare on the part of some students to carry on soane SC1CUC1f1C studaes beyond the regular classroom work These problems are studaed anforanally by the entlre group t the regular small suans vuhach cox er the cost of rn atera als used an the experaanents Meanbershap as larnated to those who hue a genuane anterest IH the subaect anateraal The club meets every Thursday anornang an the cheanastry laboratory and as preparang an extensaxe dl play for the annual school exhabrt OFFILERS hrst seanester Mary Galdersleexe clzawmam Marae btaubat secretary Orraerzaas second semester Mary Galdersleexe clmmmm How ard Alexander race Cl'lLllT'l71Ll7'l Ralph Stuart secretary RGAN AT NS ORGANIZATIO a 4 , 5, 4 : 4 , 4 ' - 'A 4 4 , 4 ' Q 4 ' Z, ' , ' '4 . 4 . . . ,. , " 4 - 5 y x 4 '- I , i 4 , a a , 5 a 5, I , 4 - C j, 1 e 4 , . 4 . , 4 . ' 4 - 4 ' A V' ' A ' e club meetings. The orgunizzation is loosely held together with Ll ch4airan4an zand il treasurer to collect 4 ' ' Q 1 4 , 4 C' 2 ' 4 5 " 's 4 4 4 a A '. ' , ' ' 1 2 ' ' ' , ' g 4 V ' 4 ' Z, ' 4 I. " , 3 : 4 ' ' " , ' g '4 4 , " f ' g 4 . 4 , . IZ IO QORGANIZATIONSO GIRLS GLEE CLUB Fwst 'row uanmta Ratchey Hope Helther eanette Rosenberger une Tace Mar1or1e Huff Beverly Barley Charlotte McCurdv Betty McDow Llewyn Marsh Helen Sapot Rosemary Schmltt S cond 'row Mr Porter Mlldred Dooley Ethel Faye We1ss Jean Case LO15 Beck Blanche Ealey Norma Lenhardt Dorthey johnson Helen ohnson Mary Jennings Mary Beuschel Vlfglhll Duff Iola Corder V1fg1H1d Ross 'Thrrd vow Dolores T1ckner Betty Myers HortenseUnterbr1nk A111166MCN61l Wllllll RODIDSOH Eleanor Dunston Lols Lowrance Mary Ellen Nlckel Agnes Huck Plullne Mltchell Fourth row Geraldane Roberts Ruth Blundell Dorothy Ebbert Paulane Huck Doras The Garls Glee club xs one of the best known 0I'g31'l1Zdt1ODS of the school Thear frequent appearances an churches etc have gamed for the organazataon an envxable reputatlon among the townspeople Most of the programs are now gaven by the combmed glee clubs The Garls Glee club meets three tunes a week durmg regular school hours New members are chosen by auclataon The club IS a member of the State Hagh School Choral Assoc11t1on and the Glee clubs may enter competatxon sponsored by thas assocaataon In Apr1l 1938 the Garls Glee club competed an the DIQIYICK Contest und recemxed a superxor ratang the hlghest gn en OFFICERS Betty MCDOW president Rosemlrv Schmatt 1xcepres1dent Charlotte McCurdy secretary une Tace Wallaaa Robmson lzbmrmns GAN1zA'r1oNs QORGANIZATI s aa, '- , . l l ' : J ' ' 2 ' , 2 . J z , J ' , 2 1' ' 1 1' 3 , 7 3 I 3 I Q 2 I - , ' , ' , ' 2 , ' I , - 2 2 , ' lp I ' , U J , 2 . a 3 a 2 , ' - , ' I . , ' , V. , . . q . A 2 V , 3 a 3 a 5 a , l Ulmrach, Helen Wuellner, Clara Francas, jean johnson, Irene M1S6gHd6S, Regmza Wzatson. ' , ,, ' ' ' z ' 1 'z 1 A z . 2 . , . . L Q . , 2 .l . ,Z Q . , . 2 .Q . 6 4, L , . . ' Q ' 1 4 ' 1 ' 1 C k , 4 ' ' . - : ', 4 z . 2 , 5 ' , " f ' L 2 . 4 J , . 3, . 1 . K 7 . T ' OORGANIZATIONS BOYS' GLEE CLUB Q xfk Q? First row Rilph Friry Glen Eilers Gene Daxis Frmk Burch Regini Wit on Hirold Lon Norinin Bentley Orxille Thomas Allen Seigo Seem d rou St inley Ruhenstein Bill Reid Din Blodgett Rohert Brown Loren Bennett Donild Cinter Edvw ird Mook Hirold McBride Bill Gent Third rou Mr Porter Rohert Collins Andrew Oshorn Kenneth Pilnier Lowell htrihin Normin Breden Edvxird Thompson The Boy s Glee cluh was orgini ed ihout ten ye its ago G 9 Porter present heid of the Music Depirtnient hecime the Director in 1912 The purpose of hoth the Boy s and the Girl s Glee Club is to eixe in opportunity for triining three or four pirt choril mu ic sight reiding tone pl iceinent The coinhined Glee Cluhs pixe numerous puhlic ippeirinces both here and it other schools They pre ent i Ghristini progrini and ire u uilly pirt of the progr 1m for the Bicciliureite ind commence ment exerci e They il o ippeir it P T A meetings ind on the exhihit night schedule Oiiiems hr t eine ter Bill Reid president Rilph Friry lice president Bill Gent secret nv treasurer Don Ginter Glen Eiler libnmtms OIHLERS second einester Bill Reid president Ed Thoinp on lice president 'Xlorinin Bentlx secreteirx treisurer Don Ginter Glen Eiler libmmms RGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIO 'P':Q J r A C Qc! : Q Q , I A ', ' "1 Q , ' Q Q s , Q g, Q , ' Q', Q QL . I y- ' - - A ' - v Q. 3 s - K 4 s a 1 A s s 1 - V 1 vi i ' ' Q Q , Q , Q , . . ' 'Q ' , , ' S, v W 3 I 5 Y .f Q Q , Q , 'Q , . 3 le Q Q 'z Q Q . Q . . e. , Q Q f Q , Q ' ' A . . - 'e Q ' 'e 3 " 1" Q ' ' Q ' A Q Q S' , ' Q ' , Q , and to develop individual skill in singing and an appreciation for standard school literature. ' 1" ' ' Q Q Q Q Q Q. s Q ' LS Q Q Q s Q Q 1 Q Q Q Q Q Q ' 'f e 's S. Q s Q Q Q . . . ' K' Q ' A 'x - . ,4ssfs: ', Qi Q,"f ' g' , ep g Q , :, . ,' s ' : ', ' Q . s ,'f ' lx . j, t Q Q 5 , f A s, . QORGANIZATIONSQ BAND I' Farst row Loren Carothers Bally Harms jack Kandag Rachard uann Second row Dan Haar anaes Creech Ball Jarrett Dale Walla ams Bally Measenheamer Leatrlce Neadenhofer Robert Schneader Warner Whate Walana Coll ns Mary Lee Wangert Verna Taylor Edward Wood Robert Peterson Dan Blodgett Thard row Alberta Warner Francas Walkans Ray Carpenter Howard Cochran Doras Lappold Kohler Scott jean Masegades Chras Veltjes Roy Fenwack Howard Fourth row Ivan Show Leonard Moore Dack Fascher jack Pennang Laverne Matchell Edward Recher Darwan Tomlanson Walbert Hamlan Kenneth Brune jack Ussery The Alton Hagh School Band as one of the better known org anazataons of the school It has grown consaderably under the darectaon of Mr C S Porter untal at the present tame at consasts of about srxty members From thas number however a smaller number of musaca ans are selected to form a concert band Any student wath a far degree of abalaty for any anstrument as elagable for membershap The organaza taon has won honors an each of the annual dastract contests for the past the years Students desarang andaxadual anstructaon an pl ayang any band or orchestra anstrument may End anterestang and profitable work an one of the followang classes Strmg class xaolan xaola cello and bass Woodwind flute oboe claranet and bassoon Brass cornet saxophone French horn baratone trombone and bass Percussion snare drum bass drum symphony bells etc Members are expected to furnash thear own anstruments hovtexer school ovtned anstruments wall be loaned to .a lamated number of people for use an connectaon vxath classes and recatals GANIZATIONSQ OORGANIZATI 1 'S l . l xv 4, 1 ,- J' , ' . ' ' 'e ' 4 ,J . X t. 1 its . , ,V . 'QLD' A : a , ' Q , 1 ' ', ' 4 Qi . I 1- 1 ',-I2 I, 4 1 , lr , ' n " ' , H , , 1 , 2 1 , Q a ' ' a 3 a , 1 - 'A A : ' ' , . 'A , A 1- , 1 ' , a a 2 3 a , a Hays, Gordon Lzahey, Mr. Porter, Loas Beck. : 1 I, 44 ,A ' ' -,z A , Q ' , I 1 ' 1 I 3 1 . ' ' ' A . . . , 'Q ' ' Q 1 ' . ' , ,' 1 "1 ' . . . . I 2 . . Q Y I I ., , 1 . . . 2.k2 K . R , . 2 K . . V. 4 Y.v 1 I I ' a fs 14 1 1 ' I , , A ,Q 2 g : ,Q , , Q' , ,A 1 . . . I V . . , L , , , . . ' I I r V v V h 7- 1 -a 1 " ORGANIZATIONS 1155, WN fr ORCHESTRA N Fwst row Gordon L1hey jack K1nd1g Second row lx 1n Clexenger Ray H1m11ton Bermrd H1rms M1f1dD Wh1ftlCH11U Mary .lennmgs M1r1e Stqubltz Ellzabeth Ward L1velle H1ckerson Thwd row M1nsheld jennlngs Jem M1seg1des une Whxte Oswald Acord Art E1ler Paullne Mrtchell Exleen Curry B1rb11ra Bl111r Mr Porter Mrrrlee Meusel Sylvu F1rley Fourth row Lors Loxe Robert Schneider B111 Run Clry Whlte The orchestr1 IS drvrded mto two sectlons orchestrr A md B The former IS 1 sm 111 symphony The B orchestr1 whlch IS open to 1ll pl1yers IS 1 trunmg clwss Where 1nd1y1du1l ittentlon c11n be gnen for less proflclent pl 1yers who wrsh to qu1l1fy for the other d1x1s1on The Orchestr1 1tselfh1s been estibllshed for those lnterested m 1nstrument1l muslc of high ClldfdCf6I' Thls ye 1r the orchestr1 h IS pl 1yed for both of the m1jor Dr 1m 1t1c club productlons B11cc1l1ureate 1nd commencement It IS the purpose of the orv1n1z11t1on to 1cqu111nt not only 1tS members but outslders 15 well wrth the x IYIOUS ph 1ses of school musrc 1nd how gre1t muslc c1n be appreclated Also It ls lts purpose to dexelop 1 t1ste for good muslc nd the 1rt of l1StEI1lI1Q to lt GANIZATIONS QORGANIZATIO x : 1 , '. A A . J '1 ' , 1 1 A , 1 1 , 1 A' A 1 , ' A , 1 A 1 A , A 1 ' , 1 A . A : 1 A , 1 A 1 , J A , Y , 1 A 1 1 3 A A 1 - 1 1 1 3 1 . . , , 1 , 1 . k . . . . . L 2 .. ..2 1. . 2 Q , playing music for El symphony orchestra 11nd is made up of the more advanced players of the school. A' AA 1 A A 1 1 A 1 1 A A 1 A A 'A 1 1 A ' 1 A 1 1 A A A A 1 A A ' ' . A 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 A A , ' 1 1 , 1 ' A A' A ' ' 1 1 A 11 1 A A A . QORGANIZATIONS Stamp Club Radio Club Home Economics Club, Student Council Current Events Club Organizations without Pictures: '1 ..........s7. 'IV' Acme Alton Alto'1 Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alto 1 Alphabehc Index Bowl1nJ Alleys Bakmv E? Cateranv Co Bankang Es' Trust Co Box Board Co Buck Co Crea nery Co Exe'11n2 Telegraph Floral Co Insulatmv Es' Roohnv C L1undry Co Lumber Co Refr1gerat1on Co Tent Eff Awnxnv Co T1re S ales Co Vocat1on al College Baker Servxce btatlon Berger s CIeWelers1 Bernard Taalorm 1 Co Block Ic Cream Co Brand nberger s C ewelers1 Buck s Punt Store Burt Laundry Campbell B rher Shop Catvens Coach Co C1ty Fuel Es' Supply Co Cogswell Grocery COlU11XlD11 Hotel Compl1ments of a Fr1end Coney Isl and Lunch Dee Floral Co Degenhardt Pharmacy De Luxe Cafe D1et1ker s Book Store Drake Sad Tare C0 Farst N1at1onal Bank Eff Trust Co Gem E-:' Uptown Theatres Gent Funeral Home Canter W 1rde1n Co Godw1n W I Goodr1ch Tares Gouldmg s 1 evwelersp Henry Tom S1ncl a1r g1C1I1OI1 Hamer I C Food M art Hartmann Louas I Cloth1er Heskett M achme Co Hudson Kleyx elersl Hyndm an Ice C! 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X X, E - . 4 CALENDAR YEPTEM R Cener1l orQ1n1 1t1on of the f1cultx 14110 tudan enrolled III Semor Hugh New te-eher5 qher CILDCC Qheppud Enghh Co1111nere11lAr1th111et1e Reoruun it1OII ol th Serxree Cluh t1x1tx I1Cleet on NIC All pup1l5 meet coun5elor5 for the hr t t1111e III chool h1 torx QJllNO1I Brown spolee 1l1cut th Con5t1tut1on Spencel Qllll pre5ented mounted COplEb The DLCllYl'lCJIl of lnelependenee 1111l CBOIINUILITIOH ta Ine 5C oo' F1r t 155ue of the T11ne5 under new 5pon5or Pru1tt FIFNI tootlmll gune Alton lo5t Clexelmd 6 Redlmrd U OCTOBER Altxn 14 M1d15o11 O Mr Welker 1dded to the t'1culty to te 1ch COIllll1LfL11l Ar1tl1111et1e 111d Ellgllnll FlfQt progrun under the d1rect1on of the As5e111hly CGIIIIIIIIIRB Alton 12 Edu 1rd5x1lle 6 21321 M11l15o11 County Te1eher In5t1tute 27 Cre1t1xe Wr1t111g club chrol w1de spellmg conte5t NOVEMBER P B Cou5ley 51oke to the 1 e111hly cC1n111e11or1t1ng the hundredth 1nn1xer51ry ofthe 155155111 1f1OIl of E111 1h P Loxe1ov Dr 11111t1c cluh presented three lCf f1rce Curl Slu lvelore 1 IILIIA e1p lblfy lllkllLl1C Rex VIHCL llkl Pre5 Tl1OlI1pbOII ol Shurtlell College 5pol1e lt Ar11115t1ee D15 155e111l1ly pro fr 1111 Ar1n15t1ce D1y HOl1dlV C1pt Rceke of tl1e Br1t15h Roy1l A1r Foree 5pol1e to lNNLll1lWllCN COUII elor meetmg The5p1111 1nduct1on bl1dy W1tk1115 crowned Eooth1ll ueen T 111kw1x111g l1ol1d1y Alton 12 We5ter11 O for 5exenth Nffllullf xxmn DECEMBER r1nl1 Buel11ne,fl11111 5pe1l15 to 1 e111 l1 on Co11d1t1on5 Ill Europe Ulll Q Neroll lndueted 16 new 111e111ler5 Qlllll Q Seroll lunquet It M111er1l Sprung- Hotel 1.11111 1 e 1 et11l de1111 1100 e 111111 ITNI 1 Ltwl gune Aton 21 1 e P1 14 XILe Ie lk 11.1 1111511121 1 u ent 12 e11 or t D1 tllllfle 1 pre ente 111 1 Nl 1 Rolwlun ol t e llllflfllll e ure poke on Ie N11'111f1e1nee ol C111 t1111 o111l11ned Ql e e u 1 -1 t 11o'r1 x 1111er Ill 1 111 1 1e111 96 l 1 t K 6 1 1 K1 '11 I 1 1 7 5 N ,X 1' ' A . o 5 1 1. 2 1- 5- . 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' 1 spoke. 24 Cl '5t11115 h l d1y5 l 15111. AMONG YOUR FRIENDS SHURTLEFF COLLEGE You w1ll find opportunities for a finer college training You may select from curricula leading to business or a profession. LIBERAL ARTS ENGINEERING TEACHER TRAINING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SECRETARIAL SCIENCE PRE-MEDICAL PRE-LAW MUSIC "7!re flionem Sched" Founded 1827 P. L. THOMPSON, President Alton, Illinois 97 CALENDAR . . continued JANUARY 3 School resumed. 5 fkixteen footh1all letters 1aw1arded Tatler group pictures talten Puhlic speaking classes pre ented The 'vfan in the B.aule Hat hy A A Milne for as eanhly prograan Honor Society Induction benior finals Senior clas pre ented Headed or Eden Baccalaureate Beginning of Senior Weela and hnal 4 2 Pot Luck supper 4 2 Theatre Party at the Amhassador Theater St Loua Rental hooks collected 41 42 Party Last regular day of the seine ter General holiday 4 2 hanquet Semester reports Last issue of Tianes for the first semester First day of new semester FEBRUARY First assemhly program of new semester Represent ataxe of Swifts Packing House lectured on Cuts of Meat School closed at 230 Hail Washingtoias hirthday' Alton High hand umeiled The Taller March hy lim Macla in the douhle assemhly program Tatler uhscription drixe clo ed MARCH 2 3 Tatler show at the Uptown Community sing for assemhly udge Bales yoaath speaker spoke to assemhlie Alton High School hand gaxe assemhlies program Counselor groups met to elect representatixe to plan a Student Councal Dramatic eluh presented a my tery The Eyes aa Tlulof uill Cs' Scroll and Student Couneil aointly pre ented the donlaey h aslaethall game hetvteen faculty an enior APRIL en vue grades out eaney th Magiei an pon are hx uall C! Seroll gaxe an exenang performance on C amphel ang State 3 troman vo e ahout Safety on Th Hig vtax bood I'rid 1, Be inning ot prin x aeation Er I prang x aeation 51 am ae ,eff a e o e en ca em a appella Choir from the Ea tern Teaeaer aa xe 1 9s 6f 1 ' ' 1 ' . 12ff ' 1" 1" ' so e ' 1 A f a r , ..'. rs 14f ' ' i 1 J. Q ' is se P f . 16' 1 1 1 '1 '. 17 ' ' ff ' " 1 T 1 s. 18 W f 1 1 1 lf'l P1 1 Q . 's. 19 f f f 1 , 11 1 1 1 e s f . 20' 1 ' 1 . 21 ' . .. 24'-e ' ' 1 Y ' . 4'1" ' 1" 1 ' . . ' 12' 12 V' 1 ' 22 Q . 1 1 . 1 ' if ' 1 ' 1 23 Y- ' 1 ' ' D' 1 ', ' f 1 ' 1 . 25f 1 s ' ' " s . 3- ' 1 ' X 1 . 9 e 1 ', 1 e , : 1. A s. 16- ' 1 1 ' 1 'e ' ' p 1 . 21f N ' e 1 " s 1 1 Q ' . 23 f-B1and contest soloists compete in District Meet :at Greenville. 25 1 1 ' t' 1 s , ' 1 lf .. 28 Q V N .T 1 12 ' 1 ' ,sf ' U 11' 1 K1 ' "5 -1 I 1 d st ' s. 4 Te 'wks Y 1 'J . g He C R as 51 ,J " Au Q ,' I 13 Edis 1. 'l s. x, 1' 1 ' l1a l 1 sa lv 1, 3 ' e gh '1,'s." 15 T ' T' .alt g j ' s g '11 . 18 -- ad o' s j '11 . 20 Pua ls fra tl ' I ' ia g'll Studi s paws' t pr gr1am in .ass' llaes. 27 A C. ' 1 , ' A Y '1 s " -1 'l a s C llegc g1a " 1a rectal. BEFORE YOU DECIDE Wells Business College 1 DEGREE TEACHERS MODERN EOUIPMENT EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT TEXTS FURNISHED DIGNIFIED PLACEMENT SERVICE PAY AFTER GRADUATION PLAN SEQ Commercial AND Drafting and Shop Practice Wells Business College A1 Tlph 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. on so I I I 'WBAC1 I Park 8: Kendall Member: Illino ton, Ill. Chamber of e e one 793 Commerce CALENDAR . . continued 29 Student Council Dance after school in the gym. MAY 4fAlumni assemhly. 6fjune senior class presented Spring Fever. 13 Annual High School excursion. 18- Speech classes presented an assemhly program. 20N-Schoolfwide "open house U JUNE Nitionil Honor Society induction benior Hnils Bicciliureite 4 2 hirge party Opening of week of finals for re t of school School wide collection of hooks 42 trip to Muny Opera to ste Gentlemen Una mid 42 The iter prrty in mfternoon 4 1 4 2 party List diy of studying in school 42 outing to Chiutiuqui Fin il gr ides Commencement JOKES Doctor And thit hihit of tilking to Vourself Thcrt s nothin' to worry rhout thit Normin Bently Perhaps not but Im such i drrned lwore Herzler Do my of your hoy friends try to go too fir when they tike you out drixinu McDow Yes some Wrste entirely too much time drixmg heforc they stop ind ki s m Olsen Ive got 1 perfect news story Penning How come? Mm hite dog Olsen No professor throws hull Penning Thit s not news Dougli Fis e ittr kissing erj I c y id tilt wut mx n rxt mi t me o it Exe yn Angel e I mu t ry like xour ntrx those pliy o i Corder lviiyhc wont lt t trt Tice Th n you i k im uciin Turk it l it l rd t 1 6111 I I 1 ltlkc I X P T cl Ito trlg cli o i in xx igi wound c tic xx nt of t g How ird De in Two hour IUU I 2 I 1 .I i A I . A 1 . 5 ' A aa Q . 6f- f 1 ' . 7" ' 1 ' s ' . 8-. f ' i . Q' f A 1 ' Q . 10 f ' A 1 1. 11-- 4 1 1 . 0 0 Q : H 4 Q' -1 I I ef: L "". 1 1 " 1 - , ' : 1 A Y c . ,, I . 1 -L Y H l 7.. . , g, 2 " , 1- ' ' f x t 5 Q 'ss ef' Li . b ,. , .R D P .. o is 'kz ini, 'Q' g h "'ms:rr,ld l. ,l j e " .d' ed 'l' 1 "W ll, s s. I I' e 'QV' O june Tice: "When I get to lieavcn lm going to ask Sli.1kespc.irc whether or not he wrote .ill " 1 'sf' Ili , z". the ' ' N' A 1 " e j gs' h' li I. 'L "VJh. 's ti. N. smell in th- lilwi'.iryf" L.hl A : "I 's he dad slr 'B her' kce hf'c.u o Gates j ' . ssl: "li .i y ung lady goes upstairs to d 'css .it T 45, lr I0 years old. . d 'Q jl s 102 I s. stat' l' '. the young man downst.ors'.' ACME BOWLING ALLEYS BOWL FOR HEALTH ALLEYS A Good Place to Meet 'Your Friend ll C5 MADAM ZEMO . . continued ROSALIE THOMAS recuperating from her victory in the Skipathon contest held at Forkyf ville. The ole gal held out for 3 1 3 months, 2 16 of a day, and 13 60 of a minute. Boy can she hold out! ! ! ! J R TRAVIS has copyrighted his latest portfolio, Original Classics for Locker Room Crooners by Iolin Rabbat Trams the Second Immortal Bard LUCIAN TURK sh1king hands with Henry Ford on the occasion of the 6Oth annixers ary of his jilopy BILL VAHLE is selling Watkins products CHRISTIAN VELTIES as the hypotenuse of the eternal triangle MORRIS WAHL is a tobacco auctioneer on the Ladyfinger cigar for D1SCI'lI11lIlItll'1g Women radio hour The Fit Parade I see .... Isee WOODY WATERS takin the count after rassling with lifes problems GLADYS WATKINS is introducing the SuzyQ to the Ballet Russe MAXINE WHETZLER reading Luc Alone and L1 e It for the forty leventh time FERN WILD writing about the latest trends of feminine beauty for Esquire ANITA WILLIS selling rdeas to the Tatler staff of 1950 for the senior will EVELYN WILSON has the title roll in The Wife of Bluto or Can Lore Triumph Oi er Dish water Hands and 'Tattle Tale Gray sponsored by Proctor and Gambol see FRANKLIN WHITE has built 1 White Castle for the Knights of Wimpy RILEY WIEGAND carefully mmcing 1 handfull of caviar ANCELEE WIENSHIENK dexoting all of her time to 1IUpI'OV1I1g her technique of being the life of every party RICHARD WINTER is associated with the ever famous Al G Barnes circus and has spent a worthy life disposing of the worlds most powerful ant1 flee solution ARLENE WINTERS is 1 nature poetess a la Edgar Guest KENNETH WOLF is the new light headed weight ch ampeen of the world see GLADYS WOOFF has replaced Irene Rich in posing for the girlish hgger and Welches grape juice EDWIN YENNY grinding axes for nobody in particular JOKES A New Hand at the Game A pettlng party now and then Is what flunks the brightest men Churchill Yeah and youd better look at the oil too Daniel when he found himself in the lion s den obserx ed At least there won t be no after dinner spe aking it You xe been out with worse looking fellows than I am haxent you? Martha CSIICUCED Flit I said you ve been out with vxorse looking fellows th1n I am hasen t you? Marth1 uiet' Im trying to think when Miss Perrin Call a doctor one of my cats lust funted' Onlooktr What happened? Ptrrin He iust saw a mou e Found on a Frtshin an regi tr ation card Ixamt of parent Mamma and Papa Mr Brova n blu tered into Economic tl rapped on the dt k and shouted Order order' T e entire cla accommodated and yelled Ba. r 10 . l ' ' . ' z ' 4 z . ' Q 1 1 1 , Q . , , . . , .... . . . . a f Q . Y 1 1 1 . ' 2 ' ' ' . , 1 Q . 1 . ' 2 1 . . ' 1 1 , . . ' ,z z A . a . S . , . ' A-Az z z . ' 2 I . . . . . a g . 1 z 1 . , . , . . " ' . . . , LL Ou S . Dentist fto Eugene Churchilll. W1la you take gas? . . , . LLL O L, L 7, Q . L L LOL L Fl . , V . . a a A ' : . , . , . 1 a I Q , . SLCC LOJUL so , . . . , . ,, . , , , I . -I a 5 . O ,S I. '.V , ' 7. , " , . Q' . 1 . s js . . 1 . ' Q si 4 . . Q .. O . ' s s mass, Q 1 fs' . 1 : ' I h rss Q . Q ' ' 1 ae Y 7 Flour Perfectmn may E For All Bakmg Purposes Made 1n Alton lin: Q ASK YOUR GROCER -I OAN ENJOY OOD VISION IIOW .Kahne aI 8: .gfldgalllf ovronemsrs OPTICIANS Easy Terms fg B619 Iiia I Suzt Your Purse 103 If . 65851, - E ...V Q . -953 ! Q ' x ,WI af 'II 5 '5 , I' S I J , If 7 .I win I 1 SX, 5 3 2 cj I I My I I YOU G l I .Qin B "4 L"f"L.r. -W' ,. B1 I N if w 'K The Prlnclpla College of Liberal Arts lnvtes you to vlsrt tlme Campus at Elsalw mols lo vlslto S passes acldress t e Administration OHIC6 ol THE lDl2llNlClplfAx St LOUIS fVlO QMWW W' 5-XCOMPLIM TS O YEND X l f ' e r ' ' r I lw l l, l Lf ' ,I s 8 ' The Clmpfl JVYX , I X HUM J e fl lu VU" W, k l v l WJ 1 if ry j W L N XN N ,1 we Mjgl llwlll , lv I IL ll l V .Q 1 f , Y 5 ' 0 f RAIN E99 RAIN FOOD MARKET Garden F fresh Hzghest .Qualzty Ffrmts and Vegetables Meats STATE AND ELM ALTON Alton Box Board Company ALTON ILLINOIS Paper Box Board W all Board Enjoy ABC Bread Cake Ice Cream 65443 ALTON BAKING X: CATERING C0 Ph 123 F 8: G Manufactures All Kinds of and ,7 . one ront eorge Laclede Steel C0 Hyndman Manufacturers of E99 Hot Rolled Stnp Steel Concrete Re1nforc1ng Bars Steel Joxsts Angles and Small Shapes Buyn GREEN MARKED W1re W1re Mesh Steel P1pe Black and Galvan1zed C O A L Standard R1g1d Condumt Control of qual1ty beg1ns wxth the manufacture of the steel 1n our own open hearth furnaces and contmnues through all subsequent F1'6l11limC0w'lfy SFVn'e5t processes Compllme nts of 0-MP6 SATREEPER FUNERAL Homes ,f,,f1,.,f.l-do j Lf'-oc ALTON WOOD RIVER 107 O O l CC - 9 - as ffm '11 bl Smal llvc' I . ,J A ,Y 7 -p 1 X-if ,V sr ft 5 .QQ at i . fn A 51 ' 'V 'i dt sf -K-5, X411 Alton Creamery A t Alton Brand Buttev Alton Floral Co ANYTHING IN FLOWERS P EB Alton Evenmg Telegraph THE HOME NEWSPAPER BEST FOR SPORT NEWS h 1500 D y BUILT UP ASP ALT SHINGLES HOME INSULATION 0ll EtB At F ov Good Food Let the TRI CITY GROCERY COMPANY Serve You 1 on, Illinois 4 ' For E " I Leo Willis, P rietor Ph 180 555 . r dway L al News Associated Press K C00 Phone 372 R , O Homes ail 651 as roadway lon, Ill. CC 77 3 f O9 JOKES I,1ll11n R Look here this pcture m 1kes me look hke 11 monkey Mr Myers You should h1ye thought 1hout th 1t hefore you h1d the plcture t1ken Cl1rence Emmons fX1Sltll1g new dentxst for hrst UIUC, H1ye you heen 1 dentrst yery long Doc? The Dentlst No I w1s 11 hl1cksm1th t1ll I got too neryous to work on horse s feet DEFINITIONS S1xophone An 1ll wlnd nobody hlovxs good Detour The roughest d1st1nce hetween two pomts Etc A s1gn used to m1ke others th1nk you know more th1n you do George Ryrxe You know you re not 1 h1dlook1ng glrl Loxs Beck Oh youd Sly so eyen lf you d1dn t th1nk so George Ryrle We re even then You d th1nk so eyen lf I d1dn t s1y so Gm Mxss Degenh1rdt When I w1s ID Engl 1nd I s1w 1 hed twenty feet long hy ten feet wxde Mxss Ix1cC1usl1nd Sounds lxke 1 lot of hunk to me Mr Koher Do you know how to m1ke Ant1 free e7 Mr De 1son N Koher Hlde her woolen p111m1s A Kmsas flffllel' stopped It 1 h1nk to see mf he could get 1 IOIII on h1s farm It might he arranged sud the banker Ill drlye out w1th you and 11ppr111se IC You won t need to hother sud the f1rmer notlcmg 1 huge cloud of dust rolling up the ro1 Here 1t comes now On helng asked to wrlte down 1 deHn1t1on of c1p1t1l pumshment 1n Alton schoolhoy suhm1tted I IS punlshment Clmstzan Science Momtor C11ll1ng C1r 13 C1ll1ng C11r 13 Go to 1763A College Ave A m1n 15 hghtxng Wlfh hxs wlfe Take IWAY the shoe he s hlttllig her w1th Gosh' murmured W1ller Th1ts 1wful' Wh1t7 1sked joe Reno A m1n hmttmg h1s w1fe Wlfh 1 shoe7 N11w snorted W1ller The 1nnouncer ended 11 sentence w1th 1 preposmon New Tor Mwror The run t1s sud xt f1lleth down Upon the yust 1nd umust fellow But mostly on the lust hec1use The umust h1s the just s UHTl7I'Cll1 Angry Gulde Why d1dnt you shoot th1t t1ger7 Homer Cl 1rk He he dxdn t hue the rlght klnd of III txpresslon for 1 rug Blll Dr 1ke Let s s1t out th1s dmce 1ck1e H Oh I c1nt In lost my povyder puff Co 1ch Smokxng., hey No C unel M1 Lovtry ls ls po 1t1yt V the vtor t rec1t1t1on I ty r he 1rd I h1y rec1ted thr 1 fourtm o It my Y Mr H1rl1n Do you leep w1th your yxmdoxx open Becky Brown No just my mouth 110 . ,K J .. g . K K , K K K .. A K V 1 K K . K , O ,1 K K K. . , Y .1 . Q , ,. K 7 K .Q V ui I Q I 1 D 5. . . Q 1 H9 . , 1 ' 1 ' . ,,,f,1,0f,,1 ,- Q1 : A A " . 1 ' A 1 A . .1 A c 1 A 1 . , , O , 1, W . , 1 1 . : , 1 1 . W, ,Of , ,, K 1 3 1 K 1 1 1 1 . A 1 1 1 1 "Q A 1 in of . : 1 V 2 . 1 : o. K 1. . KUK K O , , 1 ' 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 A ' . .. 1 1, K K . . K K , Kd. ,, 0111, , , A 1 A A 'A 1 A 1 A 1 h : "Being locked in 11n icefcre11m or chocolate factory for 21 weekfend would, in my opinion, he capital N, 1, ,OW ,. ' 1 . 1 A ' 1. . . 1 A A A . 1 1 ' K . . 1 . 1 1 . 1 , 1 : 1 1 . , 1 . 1 ' 1 1 . f lg ,,,A,.1Of,A 1A , A 1A , A 1 I . 1 I- Q A 1 1 ' ' 1 . 1, ,, O 1, 1 K : A' 3 1 A . 3 I A ' Q I 1 5 ,fi 1 . O , JK n. Q: .. K K .Q . W K V o K, K . 1 JK RK: .. Q K SK.. o ss ' : "ThA' A' sA 'el' ' ' s " 1 1 'e '1 , . 'c ' C' ls f A 'scl zu . 1 1 3 AA ' 5 U 'A ' ' ' ' ' AfAA "Alton's Compliments of Most Beautiful Jewelry Store" HuDsoN s Kerr S JEWELER WATCH MAKER Drug StOI'e Take lf lo Hudaly H Speed B Kerr Gordon C Kerr 312 Belle St Phone 1435 A Supefrzov College 0 Commerce EXECUTIVE AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF COLLEGE GRADE FOR ACCOUNTING AND SECRETARIAL CAREERS The educat1onal standards of th1s 1nst1tut1on are of such h1gh character that the enrollment 1S l1m1ted to h1gh school graduates and students are admltted by vocat1onal exam1nat1on EXPERT EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE CO EDUCATIONAL Alton Vocational College Phone 1884 Broadway and Market ALTON ILLINOIS 111 7 D 3212 .. . ,, V X . . For Discfriminating Students Alton Lumber Co. Alton Distributors of Tent8zAwning Co QUALITY PRODUCTS TENTS and TARPAULINS Phone Mam 302 GYMNASIUM MATS Foot of Central Ave Alton I11 551 E Broadway Phone 1304 Alton Tire Sales Co BERGER S 435 37 E Broadway or Phone 805 DIAMONDS SKID SAFE DUAL 10 GENERALS THE FAMOUS HAWKINS RECAP Alton s Leadxng Txre Store Phone 676 653 E Broadway School Tecws The years spent 1n School Bu11d1ngs teach everyone the value of permanently beaut1fu1 brlck walls Why not bu11d your home too of buck and 1nsure schoolroom comfort and safety for your famxly mf? frm Alton Br1ck Company ll O I 9 I - l f 9 66 1 n u 5 5 1 O I l I !?'?L! 5' ' 5 ' A nlglh 1 O Clothes Bmlt to Fit And Fit to Wear UAL QL! KU fbe TAILORINC' C0 310 neue sf BILL BURT LAUNDRY CLEANERS 8: LAUNDERERS 2 C 11 g A C 11 21 Cltlzens Coach Co APPRECIATE My btt COAL COKE BUILDING MATERIAL L k B It St k CITY FUEL 8: SUPPLY COMPANY CALL I C Hamer Food Mart F or Prices, Quahty and Service Phone 1584 3 . IQ - ,, ff, . X I f . I L, 1 I I , ' P . 7 517 o e e venue a I C I l " in e o er" The patronage of the students. phone 549 a we continue to serve you e er and with more servic. Special rate to student on charter buses l I 'W Q I-. ,"1?1P V ' 45,3 , Q YQ '11 r-S 1 ff'-P vw' '01 "ig,-.Jm.f1 w,..fQ 461-x Q-A L13 ...aff A-.V 'hr .I-' lil, sigh-lsl lton Banklng Sz Trust 0 THE Wlf Dfylu BANK QSSLSQSQQEQQQSQ O 5633, MCNTICELLO COLLEGE Q W, GODFREY ILLINOIS ,LQ -5fXL Two years of l1beral arts college work 15 offered to prepare students for transfer to other colleges and un1vers1t1es for advanced stud1es Opportun1ty for two or three years of general tra1n1ng 1n hterature languages the f1ne arts natural and phys1cal sc1ences and soc1al stud1es 15 also prov1ded for those students who upon graduat1on do not plan to cont1nue the1r formal educatxon 1n college The Preparatory School wh1le af'f1l1ated w1th the College 1n organ1za t1on IS a separate un1t so far as 1nstruct1on and res1dence are concerned It affords students the advantage of cont1nuous tra1n1ng through h1gh school and Jun1or college It also prepares them to enter the un1vers1t1es and the 1ead1ng colleges for women 111 .gg gg W, gp ,gg ,gp sl s-2 ' a sl . 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' . . . 9 . 1-9 THE DRAMATIC YEAR The 37 38 dramatac season at Alton Hagh probably met wath more success than any other an the past Exe years The two contrabutors the senaors and the Dramatac club produced four full length plays to complete the usual quota Farce comedy as stall the outstandang faxorate of local audaences and the bats of slapstack that found thear way anto Gavl Shy and Sprmg Feaer were more than well receaved Headed or Eden howexer came closer to embodymg most of the elements that make a play appeal to the tastes of any audaence The conventaon al mystery represented by The Eyes o Tlaloc was perhaps a bat too conventaon al for hagh school consunaptaon Farce about college la e by Katherane Kaaanaugh Presented Frad ay exenang Noxember 5 Produced by the Dram atac club Darected hy Mass Maldred Rutledge CAST Durant Abernethy as Tom Arsd ale Dack Gallespae as Oke Stanson Ellen Gould as Babs banford Gladys Watkans as Peaches Carter Ruby Spees as Bardae Laverne Vancent Monzel as Chuck Mayo ean Schmoeller as Sylvaa Webster Irvang Wasem an as Alfred Tennyson Murgatroyd Patty Watkans as Aunt Carolane Edward Thompson as De an Helen Senz as Asma Robert Rutz as Mr Arsdale 411114114511 .cam Comedy drama by Sadney Duaall Presented Fraday evenang anuzary 12 Produced by the january graduatang class wath set by Wallaana M Schaefer Darected by Mass Lauretta Paul CAST M arae Yost as Mrs Cr al Skapworth eannette Rosenberger as Imogene Henry Grosh ans as Hank Mary Kodros as Dorothy Brall Alberta Voales as Peggy Walters Marae Staubatz as G1 adys Hermann Helen Sondles as Nancy Lane Regana Watson as Kate Roberts Agnes Sampson as Rosma Blandash Edward Huebner as Barry Rachards Lucalle Nackell as Mannae Peters Frank Bruce Bmathee as Sergeant Kelly Durant Abernethy as Ken Howard Nack Bax as as Lampy -me 51,01 of 716.106 Mystery by Agnes Peterson Presented Frad ay evenang M arch 25 Produced by the Dram atac club Darected by Mass Maldred Rutledge CAST Eleanor Smath as Amanda Sampkans oe Campbell as Ezra Sampkans Robert Rutz as Pro fessor jack Pennang as Tommy Tanker Helen Senz as Nancy Harve Betty McDow as Pat Dorothy Moll as Varganaa Dack Gallespae as N awa Ball Read as Pudge Fred Olsen as Bah adore del Santos Ellen Gould a Papata del Santos Bally Myers as Uncle -Ia Spfuaq Qeaez Farce about college la e bw Glen Hughes Pre ented Fraday exenang May 6 Produced by the lune graduatang class Darected by Mass Lauretta Paul CAST Eugene Laux as Hovs ard Brant Fred Olsen as Ed Bexens Ball Cas ella a Vac Levers Martha Logan as Lou Herran Charlotte McCurdy a Mrs bpangler Kathryn Elwell as Anne Pure ll Gladys Watkan a Vaxaan George Csc ar aeger as Henry Purcell Ancelee Waeaa slalelllx a Phoebe Purcell Eleanor Smath a Maude Coney Keath Cook as Vargal Beane Robert Lahlean as Dr Daxon 130 'A 1 1 A 1 1 A 1 A 1 1 A 1 ' ' '. 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