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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
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
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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
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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
OIIILERS Clarenee Ame president Don Canter aace presadenz Boh Eanmon secrezearw treusaarer
becarge Nevacomer publacatx mamaager
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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
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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
CU A student must haxe had one year of art an thas hrgh school or other hagh
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
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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
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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
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
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The purpose of the Alton Senior H1'Y Club is: "To Create, 111Q11nt.11n, Qmd extend throughout the
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