Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1939

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M my .md xxmej Arc auch d.1y-5 PYORICIUS .md one d.1y mnnot .xccumtcly foratclf whit lmcs Anand. BOARD OF EDUCATION I BE W R Cuuxa R H RI H-KRD QJILQON Brwxxx Hu H Hokwxiax Ninn -mn L H XX t cw tx U1 mu I L Epi 1 LIIL Hy K 1 IUXKI1 if A' 4 4 A ' 5 x j. 5 . ,EBY I.. UI. . gy :A -5 D11 H. E. fN1xJd1'tz n In .alwcn fr nm lc A1 'T Hung of the lmnd Jus tw llfncss. Mr. M. VU. Ackc' .Jw xxyf .Hxvnt T Lsc ur- Fuixncss pref s " wi 'h Qllcd hun Kut HY C. C. HANNA Prmcrpal fxir. Hmm vvlls round ,lt the close of the ally rn thxs rerlectzve mood. It 15 not rln erlsy tlslq to orgfln1:e .intl supervrse the .rctr vrtres of nearly nlneteen hundred people dzuly. However, rr sprrrt of friendly cofopemtron exists throughout the school. DINSMORE WOOD Dean 0 Boxs CIIILS Asslstant Prmcrprzl FAROLYN WENAPEN Dean 0 Glrls Hath ur Dem hu rut e to t err dulw tr lt or Hrlxrum ID guldlng, the hm rd vrrl I Alton Hugh IIIIO tht proper p rth or rn re torlng them to normrl ttorum hould rm net u h he P OUR DEANS 8 -srT.,.s M' 5+ 4 f 4 1+ ,. .V A 'lv O 4 s f1"s 'on' cluded L1 husrncss session relltlng h rj .s's r"lr,'s ' j 'j X js .11 r, sol 5 ' L s tl" .s . I' ful s C 'l . Ifxfxr DU ENH arm ET'lgl1SI1 Emaxom XX mmm MM L 'THONIINON umm 'X dll L lx f'RLEx1-xx bL1t.7lLL M M BELLE SHEII -um Com nun ml Englzsh Ou -1. Bam HOLLWMFKX Commcnml IULIUN MAIL Il 'x1Ldmn1cL1l Dmlgng 'XMLI-KIXI1 Bm Nfmzrml ,Xrrx S A . '.' A' 5" ,1 I ' X rl .- I , . B A. A ,. ' .xt 1 ERNIJN H-xrxuxs Nfurzurzl Arts Bfux O Bkcmx CUr'!'lr71E:'TC1ul Sucml Scrance N -um Loxx Ru Euglzsh N1ILIJRHl RLILIID1 ngllsh BEM H -x BINHCH .Sucml SLIUICL L M I-IAQM1-xx LOUISE HITLHLOLL Domestzc Arts CLARA BLAL lx ARD Fruuh MARx IN IHxE Soma! 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A D RICHARD PITTS lgmduarmg m junej ORXILLE RINK fgmduatmg ln unej GECJRCE RYRIE GLADYS SLHEFF Cgmduatzng m unej IALKIE SCHNEIDER D EA b BETTY RJLHRINHI SuzAvxE SLOTT JALQUE SEILER KATHRYN SHARREY CLYDE SHEETS BILL MX ERS Dramxtr Club Tlmw Stuff urll c, 5.,roll lNdflOI11l Honor S11 tx Es 5 or Tlxlot MARIORIE O DON C lrl Res rx Vw ILBERT PE'l'ERSON4Cr mx Vw rmng Club RICH 'KRD PITTS Curxer H15 CEQRC E RY RIE H1 X Bos Cabinet Tlmes Stall' Qulll Q' S.r0ll Honor Soqetx BETTH SCHRIMPE Lprmm Club SLZAINNE SCQTT Er n lx Club RKTHRXN SHARKEX C xrlb Coun xl Stuklent Conn xl NiIlOUll Honor Sou ty Tarl r Staff 38 .mul 39 u1ll C! Soroll CLE DE SHEETS Camkra Club a , Y Av . . J . - ' E 1 l ' Y xt T . 1 4 7 T . ' ' . rt " jc' ' 1 Q ' .'- NELL-Crcatlve Xvrlting Clubg DOROTHY OLDHATVL-Pep Club. Lllfl Rcservcsg LAURA PETERSEN-Pep Club, ' R 'gg 7 .V ACL AC ' Q , T fr, ' f "Q R I ' 7 V '. js' ' , ' . ' N ' . ' ,'L ' A W- 2' L Q V ' A Hg.: , QQ ' '-2 4' , Q.. 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Q -J . c W- , , . 1 Y C L v 1 y .' 'C1'Q'Qcvcl.7' --, -, -' 'Q 'AS' " lc- , c . fx: QA, 4174!-' pf-Q x " 114,4.fv4.! . lf' A 'fp nj! t4",1fj'11fI'11'1.14fj,.ffgi23d, , l"51fff.ff'iI7"?1f f ' ' 1 -1 - I .Tune Seniors Dada BILL DR.-xxE. Preszdent 20" EILELN Asn. Secreturyfrctlsurer NORBERT Kunx. XI1CC'PTCSldC'7'lI JL'y' ck'-Lbs' -s-sw-dig lk-CL,-2-xx og? ,, MRL acl, I l I All Yr .J vl, Mix xg-x, '.-g,1,,L.qVq3. l ' El'EL1fN AYl'lLlV , I puwtx M1aRc:1ARET ARNfSTEAD D249 Ls! "4fxx.zv 1 I . , -, ' VY. lu 5 AY 1v,..:4' 4, K kj V K. 1 , D,fb l4q0PAuLrxL Asn, . 1 1 . , l FX ' V fl .,kk, 94647 CIKAJ. k - . ', l' ' - 4 ' 1 .1 .1 , . Y :JI f Lb! .AAAI X .N kb ,4"O PAUL ALLABAUGH Aww! , A M111., L! 11 Judlgavi YBARL f -,A-'U L,--vb 'V W' oth BAUER LOREKJ BLNINETT DMU MILIDILEIJ BLALR plu 5 ox RNO ROEB Cl 11114 1- M Dfw MARV1 W7 En Bom-J j MARY ELLEN! BRADY ak Jyslk BILL DR RKE Prt Rltnt ol' Clab Football Dramatl Club Stuient FDJII xl Box Cibifff Caztun xdgpleja k Gala ad one INat1on1-1l Honor Sot1Ltx EILEEN ASH l 1rl C'oun 1l Nmonal Honor So 1 tx E31 h b Q S roll Edxtor of Alton H1 b T1me Studtnt Coun 1l St retarx Trea urer or Cla Pep Club NORBERT lx N H15 Nattonal Honor Sotletx T1me Staff Homt E..onom1 Flub Ch r L xtl r Dr1m1t1 f'lub Don t Ex rl r m l 1 Mud to Football Queeh MARGARET 'KRMSTE -KD Llfl Re rn Pil LINE ASH T1m Staff P p Clul Pill L 'Xl LAB-Xl lJl'fQL:lee ,Club Football BEX ERLX BARLEX T1tlLrSt1ff '49 N3IlODdl Honor Sou tx L1 Flub P C' ub Dr1mat1 Club S 1en cClub Student Forum ballabad lone Qulll C, S roll LOIS Bil ER 'Xrt Club LOREN BENNETT l Flub MILDRED BLACK T1tlerStatf Edltor ID Chnl 19 ljfimdll Club u1ll C! 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C 5 WN C -XNTER C C 11 5 1 IOC CHLIEY CT,1mcT.1 Cffuln DT.m1.1t1: C1115 n lr R1111 IT-'C C LEX ENC ER TT C C L1 EY 1 I1 Cf111?x N1:11111.11 H 111 TT Sx1c:y.Pcp C1115 C1 E Club NORN1-X LEE CLOQE E 1 h C .1 CL -KRENCE CHEXX XX rm RL BH COJlx-C C .1 June Seniors Z' BILL CIR,-'SIN MAARIE CRESSVJELL JEAN Cuxmlxus fum gmduurmgn v 1 ,r . .- 4 Litho? pf I I- ' DICL 6 A' , 4, EILEEN CURRY' I, , J' 4 ' ' K .11 .1 LUILJIOR DARf?'Yju4!ua'ry 19409 R f ' ' " 4 If ,MAILY DAVIS I Rm DEEM rf ARY D H R CHN DRYDER D4 VIRK mm DUH Lriuxn Duxuw V5 'UDILR ELLLER YU ,xxx .JN J I xfj..Af lnssm LEE ELLER HARRY ERNST if 0 Evx EN sf" I,- r 1 QNC juafvkd lv uwdfv-U bn., QMQIP Nfif 4-dm J-fl bw L'-ff uv! f MARIE C'RESSWELL4b1rl R serxe Hom E onomx Club EILEEN CLRRH Tdtler 9 Student Coun 1l Cr he tra Fun hf'lub u1ll1ndSuroll Nxtmnal Honor Scmetx Ll Club M-XRH D-KX IS Fam ra Club Tatler 9 MARX DEHNl If ER P p Club OHN DRX DEN Bm Cibm t 'I-1m Staff ulll 1n,l S roll Nmtlonll Honor Sou tk L C' r lv. Fran Suu Club XIRCINIA DL EE ilu Club LELKND DLZNC -KN-Ch r Leader JESSIE LEE ELLER Treble Cl t X Club JOHN EV' Eh RHJIO Club f ' Q l' 4, .' , i bf Il. v,' QI' J th . I ' ' 1 Q yn I lj , I, ' ' I f ' N , Al if ,N r 1 l . Cl' fwyy' 1 . V Nf'eJ , 1 . , , .,' E - b ' ' U P' sf' 5.411 IJ ' V I I ki ,I 4 -ffl it ki A Vp-.4 . V. i D ,nb . V A 1 I ,, , .. . V r ' r X11 'wtf ' Q 4 - N I ts - I -. J JULJC'-' f In x 1, xl ' 4 'J 5 . -1 X' J J 4 - , ,C X Li ul HN 3' ,LW C IMI. , ' 41 ffly. U Y . ' ,x ,, A, 1 U ,sb K 'X Ivy., VY' ww' 1 WVQQ Vw if ,ly . . , E e 's. c c as 9 r ' 'f ' "3 , c'. c S . xg , . V' .v.'. 'L ' lean. g , ' ,R ' f--,. an , . ix"3 gi um' fx ,I -f c 1 , J . l f 1: ,. c, cb . . Q . . . . . L ,. L JL L w.-lla. It "ce, g ' NH. '-in g ..' cc g - C' Cx A V , ,- , X . 1 j v v' I I gif! 101 1 JV 1 ,L ff! My 71,12 R f 1 we V1 J u L1i11LA FoL1Lxs 1 1 , f 1 n Q eniors X AYNL FETTINCYER C ,X kv HAROLD Fm' L' 2 I ,-5 X4 JACK F1s1:15 J ' A ' .' 1 .' 'fi Gsmuas FORBE9 , ' C111-xRLEs CE.-KBRIEL 1,54 L IEANNETTE GALLOW AY FRED CJARROD HILDA GIBERBON 41,41 JA,- My lx-x1xL12Ew GOLIkE ALLEN GREEN. RUTH GOBBRAU IDA. Infw GR-XNTHAN1 Dkjp W1LBUR Game ESTHER H fun VU VE FETTINK ER F H-XROLI5 F-U C l 1mLr1 Ll 111 L N1t111n1 1111 Xl tx m r T11 511 m I' mm LILORK E FORK S K1 C111 IE-XNNETTI1 LLUXK -YH f 1' PRILUK -XRR 1 H SR 'Xl mm 1 H75 IE KRKNTH -XN1 'XII 1 -XLLEN KRUZN N 1 R H-'NND Hur E 41111111 1 Nmcwml Honor 5 Nl tx ,Lf 7. 1 Y .7 1 A 1 JV l f N 1 1 jay'-'7 J 1 . 5-.5 31 4 v , X .1 '1 1' 14 lilac .hiv 1 . ' Ffwtlmllg LE 51.15 FO 'LKS C. 11 Cl It Q ll 7 Sqrfwll. 11 Ipit' 1 S1 ' C T1 cs 5t.1f.fTrc,1L1'.c VC t:1gCf1.151 PcyC1l111N 'I lc R11 , Pi I E lac T15. Q 1 1 '1 ' 1 U5 '1 ' f-1l11rc,fU?1111f. ' ' 21 U15 iQlc1'C1l11.'. RVT GUSR 1 ' Gcr . C'fl11P1.S41c11gcCfl11r, 1 U :KN 3 1 1' 1 1 1 111121 1 9 -iflllfllf IH: 111. ESTHE 1 1' 1 .c Q1 1 .qs Cfluix Sudcm C 11111:11. I une Seniors V11m1x1A HAx11 B ARNARD H.-xRx1s NED ,f'.. 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T1 's St.ffg NEI H. 1' 1'11 f 1 C1 1 " 'c Frc gh C1115 S:1c:1:c Cflulx Q 161 11 Q g T 1 " cg i g 1 ' 'C 'Qc1 .1'1t11' If .mcg Qc .1 f' 1, 'G1' chss . OLM -XX HX DMD Wie RIF HI NIWN1-X X X N P CI SII TIN I L I. 5 II II LIK LIZXXIN -Krz u I. RIIILX Tm I DORIS LORFI-I Sr u LH -bk CIu June Seniors Fxuxx I'IL'HE1z ,IACKIE Hyxrnxmx GExEv1Ex'E Imwsox I 1. n. IVI.-KR,IlJRIE'AICfHNSUN Inur gmduL1zmgy ' " -.',I.QxE KANE I' if U' ASTEN li 'IL A' 4 A, - .!. ' I- CLARENCE K 5 . yr V f , 1 'L-",' 1 4 ' Q . . K L .Ax ja I A 1 U, -' 'fu o. U .f ' - x DOROTHY KLINIRE PATRILIA ROEHNE V NORMA. LEE RORTE M-nu IE LARBEY IULIA I.Exx1m fro DORIS LIIIOLD 5IIERIDIN1E LINELY TIIELNIA Low Dorus LURQH I XX rl N1 -KR! I xr LIVE' THX IxLINIx ' ILI5 C r mu I Bm IU DORIS LII K .O .y . .' Fx , !'x ' 1' r. R fi 1 , ' N X -L . I 1 I," , . ' , A J A 1, Y' I . x 1 X nl - Y . 1 3 , H of I 1 Vr I 1 I C I' U I -Q - A ' I I . 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Cl F. ,Tune Seniors Lois LOVE 4.lL1nuary 19-JOJ tloux MARKHAM 92 ' V BOB lVi.-KRTIN GEORGE M.RRTIN l-Iunumy 19409 aiu' QUENT IN MAxElNER BEATRICE MAYER VlN'I.-KN MCARDLE HAROLD MCBRIDE BILL MLKEE FLOYD MLMANUS llanuavx I9-JOJ DONALD MET KER Dorm MEYER IREEE MISEGADES lEAx MISEQ ADES 05003 A-o'4 CADDIS Mom AN V ,J-AM IOHN 'vi 'KRKH 'KM My I I fm Az J RAJIO Clul' Ql ENTIN N15 Humor Sml tx HomE E onrvmx Eunt Cl l rt Flulv Tlm Stiff H1 H BE ATRIPE MAX ER Nlxtxona f'lulN X IVIIXN N1 'KRDLE Tum Stull' Qll1llC, S roll BILL M lxEE Curr nt u IRENE MISEL -XDESAn.rman Club 'IE AN MISEL, 'KDES bulb Coun 11 Student Co onor Soqetx Band Or hestra un xl National 4? , fa .' zz J' V Q 1 2 . , Q, X I 1 5 f I l E .' . , A Y ' , g ' l' . XEINER-A ,, , as 1 . f 'g . , ' -L. ' l U c ' C C5CTlUl'IFI'CI1Cl'1 . g ' . .' . c, 's . . 'F Q Q Q ' , c 4' ,un Rad1oCl lx .' L 5. V g . .' I f ' 'A Q, Q, ' H ' . C . 1 K I L 6' WNQVJ . P' I RA3-ffff L, , Ju., Qfysyw. ,- I ,jjfjjff . k. 'ws Sin., ya 5. Af 'lx 40 fu If ,..t'f' ,1 H4 f,frn'f1-ff ' T I une Seniors - AD THELMA MUEHLN1AN P' lV1ARILAE ML'ESSEL BETTY lVlYERi I J 0 ' -I f ..- X 4. JN I... 1' 4 .. Gnmuzn NAUYOK I LOUISE NETzH.-xxmsx ' . 5 'A ' ' I, ' LEMENTINE NOL.-xx EDWA-RD OBERMILLER 9? 29 BERNARD Ulrms Piqb Canute YUAROLQ PATTERSON pf-tp KQO 7 xM1,t'Gw1A PATTERSON! 1, 1 40 FLWYD PAUL Vmwrw PEEBLES J lows: Psrsnsors O Alb, A Yvofws U1xTAl. 'Lk .xl 151,11 5.1 J ' 2fV,v-r..f1 ,,x,,-,,:f "--cffxffl ' Af K Q .fgfv ,, , THELMA Ml E Nxt ll Hfwn r Xl tx N1 -XRIL AE ML ESSEL ,NlIlf5l1ilH'3U1fS'Xl tx Stu,l nt F wrum Or BETTH MX ERS C L E NET H'KN1MER Pq Club Frm h f lub f'LEMENTlNE NOLKN xrl R EDXX 'XRD OHERM rx P tr l K FORK E P -KC E Trl lk HAROLD P-KTTERSON F tl lll H ll T Fa lmt Studgnt C lun Tl KERNON PEEBI.Eb Ummm Club lllhld s L IOHN PETERSON St1.l nt f nun 1 Shun L Club Studum Forum HXONNE QL INT-XL 51 n fxlub . 1 c v v 4 x 3 I I - ll ' I Q5 N 1, - ., i , lx. 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ALICE REEIJE . ,-RX , ' LL A l R ANFQ b HARDSON Rum ROBERTS MU OLGA ROSACK D R , OIANET RCJTliACliER 94" pq H wolf GEORGE ROCK MAN DORIS RUYLE Dt MP PIERCE NSA NVEORD I .,,:-. A , ,. ' I M14 fW' I , . 6.41, ,Q I .'. I4-f-4 A fllf L- Mb' .1 .Z . 1 . 4' 1 fxxk, -.L x V s. I N - s ij ,HZ A4 Y,, 5' TEMPLE SANFORD 171417 M D O 4, if I BETTY SCHIPPERT --A - 3 JEAN SCHMOELLER CEEORGIA SCIIUMACIIER BETTY -IAYNE SCHWARTZBECK EDWARD 'c VVAR BE'K buy h S H TZ L v I ,yi lx, ALICE REEDER-National Honor Society. Quill E? Scroll. Student Forum. Creative Wvflflllg Club. Times Staffljcuidentflfouncilg BILL RElDfBoy5' Cabinet. National Thespians. Dramatic Club. Boys' Glee Club. "Eyes of Tlalocng RUTH ROBEKTS-Glee Club. OLGA ROSACKfFrench Club. Glee Club, Girl Reservesg JANET ROTHACHERfOirls' Cgungilg Quill if Scroll. National Honor Society. French Club. Pep Club. Student Council, Times Statfg DORIS RL'YLEfArt Club: TEMPLE SANFORD- French Clubg BETTY SCHIPPERT-Dramatic Club. German Club. Pep Club. Thespiiins. --ljOl'1AKEK'6l'c1fOXX' lfpf' "GalIihadjOnes.'A Quill 69 Scroll. Natioml Honor Society. Times Staff. "One of Them Must Murryug JEAN SCHMOELLER f- Times Staff. Dramatic Club. Quill E! Scroll, French Club. National Honor Society. National Thespians. Student Council. Girls' Council. "Girl Shy," "Galahad joneswg GEORGIA SCHL7lviACHER-'Times Staff. Camera Club. Student Forum. Pep Clubg BETTE JAYNE SCHWARTZBECK -French Club, Times Staff. Quill E! Scroll. Pep Club. ,J x I J I Lg, 4 A rf , ,f' - J - 1 . J 1 1 1 K lv' , N I ff X 1 I , ' n- 'I 'I . .L M y ,Tune Seniors I I X ' , 1 T , -ff - - Ll HELEN SENZ 015' qfif, ' x J -I EVELYN SHEXVMAKER , ELIZABETH SLOAN RAY SPEER WAD JAMES STAFFORD ' RlCIi.ARD STEWART ljanuary 19403 l ' V 1 MARIAN STILWELL ORVILLE THOMAS UNE Tru' 9 M7 fy! WAYNE VAHLE Urdu J!A4!, MARILYN VAN METER MILDRED VAUGHN Knot gmduatmgl DOROTHY VEEQR Q HO5lER VENARDCJS 3L J f R A J lm VOEQE urnnt Ex nt Clul- L Trl Shs Ol TOE Dont x ri rom l p L rlrlnd Onv. 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I IU BETTY RAfN fgvaduatmg m u jj ,X 9309 BILL RAIN J. ff 51 'J JUNE ROSE EARL RUTH EVA SCHEFFEL BILL SCHxIITT EANETTE SCHNELL www iii' OAN VI V ' " E E E I I7 7 M ' .. I , A' . f V jg, V K, Wzf, I -L ' ' 7' . I A , A meal . ' -4 A lv' ' Z . A is ', S. " Q1 N f JANE MEISENHEIMER Cgmduatingin Junej if . . x - J RSL J I f I 'I , , 7 A L , I ' J ' J 1 ' 4 'M J 4' 0 1, J V' , . J ' 'J' J ,I L . 41 4 nf -flu MQW ,fad ,, U ,dy 3-2 Class ' ff: , . A Wh W I 1 i. ffm' N , Lfsffpffw- I J' 1' ' Duff Arai iii' fn-aff uf-ff VIC SCHXVARTZ Dsno KOIILER SCOTT ALLEN SEAGO HARCJLD SHERER MURIEL SHOW FERN TRIBBLE LOIS TURNER BILL UNDERWOOD RUTH WAGGONER WANETTA WALLACE ELIZABETH WARD MADGE WATERS p A CLARENLE WI-IITTEN BOB WICKENHAUSER M DALE WILLIAMQJ 4 VIVIAN WILLIAMS DAVID WILSON 'PIU-I HERB WINRLER iii -3' f I , b an ., 3 fa 5 -,I, E3 IK 'i' .h . 'V E tj , 3- 1 Class 4t-I FRANCES ANE ALLEN LOUISE BARBER JAMES BEALL BETTY BEDENBENDER DUKE BLAII' HAROLD BRAINERD PAULINE BRECIIT PATRICIA BROWN EMMA BEAN 57E4D DAN BLODGETT MAXINE BOGART GOLENE BROWN MARIAN BROWN SYLVIA BRUEGGEMANN NAOMI BRYANT c LLSTON CAMPBELL O JOE CAMPBELL Da A0 AP DORIS CALVERT LOREN CAROTIIERS ANITA FAYE CARTWRIGHT LOUIS CHAPPEE HOWARD COCHRAN WILMA COLLINS ANTOINET1'E COMPANION -2 it-A' iii I 1- , l I I Q, l Q Q, gr" 1 1,4 KK, Q' ?'r Q rr Y fl., 'I I iff' 1 .- E "WA, rf"" .J ' ,f L I ' l if H, 3 1C1ass GERRY COMPANION GERTRUDE COWGILL EUOENIE Cox ILL DIENIER MARGARET DOERR no QD MYRNA DUNN new EDNA EDSALL BETTE EDWARDS GLEN EILERs 9 '40 MARGUERITE ELLIOTT ANE ELLISON EDWARD EWEN P' Z' "f+-1,,vO1 ART EYLER K SYLVIA FARLEY EDNA ARM ICK FISLHER u'W -J' CABOB FREEMAN BIL GODIW lx EDWARD HANNA BILL HARNIS HOWARD HAYS BILLY HAYWARD HOIE HEATHER Bw MABLE HELIILER 'ff www I NL DB 2 - I fL I f' 7,Q0lX"fl4ff3'f'f' - I J ,A Lf ,I I-W, I' vbsj A 7, GW' If N 3' 1 Class Y J Y tu if JUNE HEILIG 'DFAP MARJORIE LEE HERMAN KORNETHEA HIGGINS DON HILL INBZ HILL JOHNNY HOLLOWAY VIRGINIA HYDRON LEWIS JOHNSON VIOLET JOHNSON BERTHA JUNGK BONNIE LEE KEERAN ACK KINDIG ELEANOR KING MARY ELLEN KRUG DtAp DON LAWRENCE D549 OSEP EADY DON LENHARDT paw HAROLD LONG LOIS LOWR CE 'OEMJ HUGH LOWBRY 5 MARY LUKER JUNE LUMPKIN JACK MAGEE -D up GLEN MARY it-If iff . in J J I +R I 35' II I , , , 3-1 Class JERRY Ix4ATHEws penn JOHN MATHUS ARTHUR MAUPIN HELEN MCCUEN BETTY MEYERS Ufnv EUL ENE MORL AN DOROTHY MOLLLDY CHARLENE MYERS MARY ELLEN NICKEL DM U ALILE NILRELL EDWARD OGLESEY Dfw OHLSON HULDA ORBAN IESSICA OVER MAE PHILLIPS RICHARD UANN SHIRLEY RADENIACHER JOSEPHINE RAYNiOWD WILLIAM H REED ROBERT REHER UANITA RITLHEY 9'4" DALE ROBERTS I: Ap THERESK ROBERTS BETTY IANE SANDERS iii' iii I 1 , L. I I I 11 v v - - A-nv--.. . 31 Class ,H GEORGE SANDIORD ALBERTA SLIINELLE IRENE SQOTT 9150 JANET SHARKEY iff' RALPH SHOW W Dean RAY SIMPSON O X EILEEN SMITH LESTER SMITH VIRGINIA SPANIOL JIM STALLINGS ALMA STEVENS I HARRY STOELKEL GAY STORNER MARY SWEENEY D4 AD CAROL TALLYN PIIYLLIS TAYLOR DOLORES TICRNER DORIS ULMRICH JOHN ULvIRILII HAROLD UNDERWOOD MARGARET VELTJES HARRIET VOLLMER 934, EUGENE WADLOW iii iff J. . 4 Q I R Dfw DICK SHELTON -W fx I 3 1 Class -li' 4 YN 'kit GREGORY WAONER DOROTHY WALTERS ARIAN WEBER ALBERTA WARNER WARNER WHITE EUNICB WIDAMAN D RIS W1 TON WEE Wwfx L E WINGERT f MARY E HELEN WOHLERT HELEN WUELLNER DICK YEAKEY CHARLES ZIGRANG 'iii' Sophomores , , i' Clonta Alberts Bob Albrecht Frances Allen J Altvwene DIDQETSOU une Anglrn Betty Ash Betty Aul ah augh Wendell Aulahaugh Calxan Austm Esther Lee Baker Cralg, Be ant Dolores Bell Audrey Bernard Barh ara Blur Mxldred Bodger Kenneth Bogart Myra Bonnell Verlene Bowman Frances Br amh all Ugly Roger Breyfogle Donald Bullock Mary Ann Bund Marllyn Butler Carl Carter Betty Lou Casey ohn Cassella Norma Caswell K atherane Chamherl a1n W1llllH1 Chew Mfaralyn Coulter Betty Cowan 9610 Marguerate Craggett Lamar Cralg ul1a Dams Bettre Dawson Mar1or1e ane Dempsey Mark Deterdxng Charles Dodd l Kathleen Douglas 4141! iff S9 l l 1 Ls- 1 ' 4 JN f J ' az Y 22 4' ' 4 17 Q, 4 1 ae a 2 , z L 1 A 1 Y Gene Bryant 2 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 A 1 z ' 1 a Q I 1 D! 1 Q '- Q z a . . l I . V . a .la 2 , 2 . t 4 4 Sophomores 1l11an Douglas urn? Walter Ebbert 'DZAD B111 Edgar Robert Emmon 1.11116 Mre E te Betty Frrrow Ada Fly Df"V rmes Fe1rno ohn Flexon lem Flo Veggy Fones Nancy Lee Fro t Betty Funk 1111 Gnms QKlf116flI1t, G11e rey Goolsby ormr je m Grry Bob Gfllllhxfx Eu? Gro Dm l'111r Don Hale Donald llrlford D560 Ruth HiIl1l1COD 'Dina Rosemiry Hrrtmg Florlti Hxyes luanlta Hechler Arleen Heggeme1er Mrrgaret l'1ersmm Dorothy He emuer Bob Heuer Dorothy Hurley Mlnsheld .Ienrnngs Ann johnson Ixatherme lmdxxell Pittx lxmg, Drulle lxlme btm lxoemg, Drud L1m1g,r1l Hrrrv Lux on Betty liik LLL wwf ff' U 1 V' . 1 ' 4 s ' V ss 5 . 1 ri ' I -la ' 4 1 1 ' 1 . ss S .1 s 1 Ruthrx fe' 1 " 'rs U ' VU io -Q 5 1 4 Q XV . . S - N.: 4 sb 5 yt 1' 1, xx-.. .X - 1 'X 'N' V . '. . 1 2. 1 1' I 1 ki 1 ssa , Q. . ' ' ' vm . , 1 I' 7 v 3, xv! V5 Y K.. K '1- 1 I .'s , ,1, ,, y M2 tl 1 Y K X al: 3 il Ca ,I 7.6. Sophomores M . greg N , ,, ,, .1 I ixxi' xx. a Berniece Long Elmer Loxelace Hfarry Luddelae Grace Luer Q ,E U Lucy Mathu Warren McArdle Bonnae McGvwen Patr1c1a McQu1ggLan B1ll Meabenhenner Mary Melbter Walter Melton Lol Lee Meyer 9 Mary Maddlecoff D I? Mary Malford Elm abeth Maller Mary Maller Elleen Mohler gn,9Sam Moore Mary Alma Mueller Helen Mullens abech Myarr Ward Neakark Qtu art Nlclaell Alace Norton Bonnae Cden 1 Lnllvert Whatten Dorothy Ovx en Lora -Ie an Paras Luca an Patterson lack Ram le.anne Raxxlanb Rach ard Reader Margaret Ratlcllff Ball Reed I1 Ro Mary Roy e Clara Qamp on Helen Sarandab Rrtlaard bchaller gif 'kit 1 1 5 1 X ' A " Q , A ' H a aw. . -. z 1 1 Eliz. ' L . . t 1 V ' no - Q Vw f V X? Normza Paisley . 1 a Q ' 1 Q t . ' 4' , , , ' . . 4 L ' Dosl ss L 5 2 1 ta s Qat " ,, , , Sophomores Edath Schenk Garrett Schmoeller Bob Schneader Olan Scott Margaret Seagmxes Laura Seagraves Patty Sheppard Rose Smalley Marthadell Sondles jdckae Stork Trudeau Stratton Bob Stuart Btarbara Sweakert Leland Thomasson Frances Tallanfrhast Ballye Trotter 084.9 Martha V11n Ausdoll Evelyn Van Schoelandt Charlotte Vohs Alvana Von Berger Lora Wahle Dorras Walters Ann Waterbury Lors Watkans Tom Watts Margarettee Weese Rosemary Well Maurace Wetzel jean Wh1te Galbert Whatten ,D I 6 D Melvm Walson Edward Wood Marjorae Yost Bob Youn 'iii' iii' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' L2 ' Y l , D, Vivian Tillman L , , 1 1 1 1 Q . ' 1 1 , 2 . C 4 I f 1 W 1 U 5 1 Normalee W1ghtman -laclue Hyndman Dorothy Moll Second 'row Harry Ludcleke Wayne Vahle Loulse Netzhammer VlCSChW1ftZ Harold Patterson Paul Aulabaugh First row: Evelyn Anglin, Mary Elizabeth Gething, Phyllis Ann Horn, The Queen, Football Lettermen -P Top mu Bob S hre1ber Bob Dxaz jo lr Redmonl Second vow Chu lc Taelcvtell Stanley Matthey Andrew Osborne fu! Tlurd rou. Norbert Kuhn Harold Fay Wayne Vahle Ro lc Heath Paul Aulabaugh Bottom row Matt McCask1ll Toi SQUAD f 5 O 50 A-' LWB F1ont row Osborne Kuhn Mrtthey Trckwell Prtterson D11 Drake Lewxs Harold Patterson Second rou Schre1ber Redmond L11r Vxhle Auliblugh Schwrrt Blll Drake Sncowo SQUAD N Chew V Second row Bruce Grosh Fly M1ller Lowery Hollmd Block Moore Stillmgs Gllss Rerdy A f-K 'Top 'rou Elhott Be me Webb Yerlrev Lnnm Luddelxe Srnford T Brymt Frmklm Yo t A t Coreh Holt Coreh llclx on Aetxon Neond term huddle Cxptnn Schvu art I C . ,C , ,f A J' l I .f- A ' l 1 'N ' ' - 1 v 1 L .. C .. f 1 l I A y ,X ' I I V, , . . . . N -f 7 f V 'J ' , , 1:1 , 1 , 1 Q K , 4 Z. . A K, Q 4 Front row: Albrecht, Magee, Sandford, Campbell, Wood, Hensley, Qlson, Travis, ' gm ll I . I , A . ' . ' . 1 , 3 ,K L ' , '- l .- , f f ' . 4 , . 2 ' ,. A . ' , -1 , -, 1 , , 4 , s . ' ' .l-.J K I in 45 ' 5. A r 1 VZ' 1 l - 1 x Ss. .' , .' ug 'S ' :fer '. A 4' S '. Z. 'fgyw .n FP'if fi Football Season of 1938 When football practlce opened m September for the season of 1938 lt dawned upon Redblrd p1gsk1n followers that Coach jackson and h1s assxstant Henry Holt had a b1g task 1n moldlng a formldable squad out of the materlal at hand The reason eleven lettermen of the prex 1ous season were gone and new men had to be developed The task was made somewhat eas1er by the fact that four lettermen of the prexlous season were on hand They were Tackwell Schwartz Matthey and Kuhn The boys who came th ough and earned posltlons were mamly reserves of the preced1ng season In th1s group we found Wayne Vahle Dxaz Lewls Drake Schreiber Lazar Redmond Aulabaugh Osborne McCask1ll Patterson Many other boys got 1nto the l1ne up durmg the season but the precedlng hst was the group of old dependables The fxrst game of the season was played under the hghts on our held on the even1ng of September 30 Our opponents came from Auburn a relatlvely small high school from the Sprlngfield area They had a team of ten veterans and one of these named Yasmskl hopped Jumped and leaped to three touch downs whlch sunk us 20 0 Our lnexperlenced team looked pretty green and many predlcted a dxsastrous season for our Redbxrds Edwardsvllle Tlgers with claws all sharpened rolled mto town mn tlme for a game October 7 The dope sheet called for a Tlger vlctory due to one Txger poxson man Edgar Henke The brute drd manage to snag a pass close to the goal llne and fall over for the touchdown that brought the Tlgers a 6 6 dead lock for the even1ng Vahle had scored a touchdown for the Redblrds early 1n the second quarter Lack of experlence cost us thxs game and no team sllpped over any touchdown passes s1m1lar to th1s one durmg the remamder of the season Thms game showed what a whale of a dxlference one week s pract1ce had done the Redbxrds Redbxrd 1nvas1on of forelgn terrxtory occurred October 14 at Wood Rlver The Oxlers were enJoy1ng a h0mCCOmlng They had tled Gramte C1ty and defeated Coll1nsv1lle A declded under dog the Redb1rds dug m and when nt was all over the Ollers had been wrecked 1 homecomxng had been rulned as far as Wood Rlver was concerned and the jackson men agun threatened to do conference damage before the season was to end Score 200 East Sxde s Flyers flew 1nto Alton on October 21 and almost won a football game Alton fumbled on the 23 yard strlpe on our first play and East S1de recovered and were never stopped unt1l a touchdown resulted A llttle later East Sxde punted but Kuhn blocked lt and as lt rolled goalward a race by Tackwell and D1az was won by Chuck and when 2 yards from the goal l1ne he plcked up the ball and stepped 1nto the end zone for 6 pomts Kuhn place klcked the w1nn1ng poxnt and ID the thlrd quarter Redmond scored to make the margm comfortable Score 13 6 Bellevllle-Conference Champ1ons for 1938 was the scene of a Redblrd mv asxon on October 28 The Maroons had a most heavy squad for a high school team they played good football they got all the breaks of the game and they steamrollered us 1nto a 326 submlsslon Penxltles agaxnst Redb1rds at mopportune tmmes helped score two Bellevxlle touchdowns The Redblrds scored as result of 1 blocked punt Coll1nsv1lle dropped mto Alton on Thursday November 3 and wlth less than two mmutes left to play was leadmg 7 6 Schwartz recexved an almost lmpossxble pass but was downed 10 yards short of the goal Three cracks at the Kahok defense netted the wmmng touchdown ln the most thrlllxng game of the conference season Score 12 7 The Redbxrds went to Vemce and stopped M1dlSOD nn the1r own den on Thur day November 10 The final count read 280 Coach jackson used every player who made the trlp at sometlme durmg the game Gramte Cxty upset the Redblrds there on Frlday Noxember 18 It was late 1n the fourth quarter when Granlte scored but one touchdown was plenty for them Alton suffered some by fumbles but Lazar was rushed on passes by Gramte unt1l we falled to get to paydlrt Late 1n the second quarter the Redbmrds were on the 1 yard lme after a 44 yard march Then the whlstle man put an off sxde on us and Gramte succeeded ln stoppmg our touchdown march Score 0 6 1 a 1 1 . ' Y. . - 1 , ,' 1 ' r . , 1 , . 1 . - a 1 1 a a D 1 4 s 9 1 ' . . . . , .1 sw . 1 1 Z. 1 1 ' . 1 1 1 ' . . . . ., H . . . . Q . . 1 ,, . as . . . . . . , 1 ' , 1 ' . . ., . , 1 . 1 . ' 2 ' 1 1 1 . 1 L ' A -' ' ' . I . 1 I 1 9 1 ' . 1 2 1 2 . 1 ' . ' ' ' Q 1 . , . ' . ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 , . , . K , I . ' . 1 ' 1 "Army EAT5 Snow' Turkey D.iyf' The Redbird-Western clash on Thanksgiving Day wds played on Qa snow covered field which was Qalso being swept by 21 fierce gQale. About 1500 fans braved the elements .ind wxatched il seefsQaw battle with neither teQam able to get Qiwuay any runs on the snowy field. Kuhn held the edge on punts. The Redbird line charged continually for that break fd blocked punt. Western - due for a win had expected their backfield to wreck Alton High They couldnt get going Late in the ard quirtcr We tern w as low enough or Alton fast enough for Dia to block a punt When the ball topned rolling it w is in the end one with Stan Matthey on top of the btall Six point were plenty to gixe the lackson coach d Redbirds a string of eight successixe xictories oxer Western in his ten vears of coiching Alton High football Thi xictory concluded Qa ucce ful season Score6O In conference play Alton tied for 3rd and 4th with Granite City Redbird conference players were Tackwell center for second ye.ar bchw.art end first year Kuhn tackle fir t year Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton 1 xAlton X "Alton Football Scores 1938 Auburn Edw ardsx illc Wood Rixcr East St Louis Bellex ille Collinsxille Madison Gr mite City Western Opponents Won Lo t Tied 1938 39 Basketball Scores Gillespie lerseyx ille Edw ardsx illt Litchfield Collmsx ille Madison Bellexille East Qt Louis Granite City Vind alia Conertime Wood Rix er Edw ardsx ille Decatur Collinsxille Madison Bellexille Ea t St Loui Granite City Wood Rix er Venice Wood Rix er 461 Won 6 Lost 16 :'iMt Vernon Tournament X "'Region al Tournament f Q1 s 'Q s ' Q Q: Q . 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M13.. ..... .... i ' .. .... 610 Basketball Farst row Coach Holt Dean Pankerton Bob Qchraeber Ellston Campbell Harold Patter son Clarence Kasten Assast ant Coach McCarty Second row Manager Hearvey Moore George Leazar Charles Taclawell Norbert Kuhn Bob Freeman Wayne Vahle The hardwood sport got under way on the home floor Fradfay naght December 9 when Red Nacolet brought has Gallespae basketeers to has Alma Mater It seemed the Gallespae crew remembered the score of a ye ar before when the Redblrds stopped them 27 22 The score here thas ye ar w as 27 19 wath Gallespae wannmg The next naght Jerseyxalle nosed Us out 28 26 and the boys seemed to go anto a nose due and contmued thear losmg ways as EdWlI'LlSV1116 Latehheld and Collansxllle upset us Dur rg the Ch stm as holld ays the boys made ra trap to the Mt Vernon Tournament Here we anet Herran and lost 23 21 maanly due to a slow start The contest was .all Herrln the first half .and for part of the thard quarter When the Redbarcls dad get goang there weas much Worry on the part of Herrm and they were able to saxe them selx es from .1 defeat by the tamer s gun The Redbards agaan opened conference play after the holadays eat Madason and won 23 19 Thas wan was followed wath losses to Bellevalle E St Louas Granate and Vand alaa Wood Ru er dropped an on the Redblrds on Frmd ay lanuary 20 The bookle read SO1Tl6th1I1g lake 100 to 1 an faxor of the Oilers Leadang by a 22 13 score to start the fourth quarter the Oilers seemed set for a wan Then thangs happened In the closang seconds of the game Freeman substatute for Pankerton dropped through the wannang basl-.et from mad court for a 25 21 count To proxe the wan ox er the Caler vu as no llulee the Redbards entertaaned Edve ardsx alle here on the Mond ay naght lollovxang The Redbard toole an early lead and Edvu ardsx alle nexer seraously threatened The hnal count was 271 18 Lo--es to Decatur and Collansxalle followed and then Madason fell for the seeond tame Thas wan xxa contagaou and the next naght vxe slapped bx B llexall 17 16 The e vxan were oon forgotten as En t Sade Cnranate and Wood Rn er each Upset u In our hr t tournament game We took the men ure of Velllee for our last yum ol the sea on math a 24 16 eore Then came Wood Raxer and the hnal vuha tle found the R dbard traalang 21 I1 As you well lenova the CILERS went on to Ch ampaaen and eame home math Xrd pl aee an the bt ate tournament Another team on the Redlurd ehedule to get through to the State tournament xx as Gallespae Conference Wanner Granate Caty l l ' 5 2 , 2 , e , 1 , L 2 f , 1 1 , 1 1 Q . 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I 5 I f, ' I 1 A V 95h 105 lb 115 lb 115 lb 125 lh 135 lb 145 lh 155 lb 165 lb Heaxy Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Wrestling Front row Coach Halnllne Harvey Waters Russell Wlnslow Roscoe Mxkoff Nxck PCYICW Everett .Iohnesee Rlchxrd Drexellus Louls Coxtney Bob Wlckenhluser B1llDCl11I11Ct joe Mtgllson D1yton Schmldt Cmgvj Second row ohn McPherson Leon Daxldson Howard Shelton Clarence Chew Harold Sunderlmd Elmer Brunlugh Homer Arbuthnot Floyd Bowman Dlck Yerkey Bert Sawyer Orval Moxey Roy Yeakey W aters Winslow Mlkolf Moxey Schmltt Ccaptamj Per1c1 Wlckenhauser Co xtney Drexelxus Johnesee Tot al INDIVIDUAL RECORD Won 12 Lost nom fBest Record m Htstorv o Wrestltng 4 veavsl Won Won Won Won Won Won Won Won Won THE SEASON 5 RECORD Score zsy 141 1 291 277 Opponents Western Edw ardsvllle M tdlson Gr tmte Bellevxlle E lst Srde Edw xrdsx 1lle Gr IDIIC E 1st olcle Bellex 1lle M ldlson Tot ll Lost 4 Lost 4 Lost 2 Lost 1 Lost 6 Lost 3 Lost 6 Lost 7 Lost 3 Pomts 19V my 17V Score 1 20 V my 161 l. g .,... .,.. . . ...,..,.. 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M L ..... .156 MWQQM Tenn1s U9 Nd Fwst 'row Rly Snnpxon lohn Flexon Glrrttt Hchmoeller Second 'row Coach Hnnlxne Blll Reed Bah Heuer nn St1ll1ngs Ell ton Cnnphtll TLIIIIIN hl hom n 1 pnlt up III lllttft, t tln yur nn mfttr A perlod of 1 t ts lCUXlty the hwy nt votttn lnto the svnn of thmgb th1 yt lr In tvxo lneetb wxth Etlvx 1rd ulle the Retlhxrd hue mon ine of xllle 1nd Belltullt tue the lllglt vxxn to Belltxllle vshllt tht Rtdhxrd topned tht tlouhlw when St'lll1l1 1 und Tugele tune throu h At the d1 trltt tournnnent it bl unte the Redhxrd todlt Netond pl Let 1, -K Cheer Lead D6 is 'mf Extlxn Anglm Bol Ytmne Lelmd Duncan him Elx 1h th Burnett V Aff I - N. M9 f t . D Mr J 4 ,, X . f , A, 1 I - g, f 1 , 5 ! 4 I , - 1 tw - iff? . 5 A '.' ' ,j'C1':, 5 1 '. ' C .ss '. ' ' 355 xtlg"1 1' Alslts. 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T1mes Staff Frrst row Ruth Lelghty Alleen Biker Alm1Broer Mrry Baron em ohnson Leol1Eoulks Allce Reeder Patty Witklns Helen ben Elexnor WISCHIIH Exleen Ash janet Roth ucher Betty bchlppert Second row Dorothy Moll Becky Brown Normxlee WlghCI111D jrck Pennlng Bllly Hrrms Norman Bently ack Kxsten Evelyn Anghn Nornn BFISIOW Betty Jryne Schwrrtzheck Vu an McArdle Georgu Schumlcher june Hellxg Eugene Churchlll Eugene Newton Blll Myers Tlfurd row ack Trower Charles Tlckwell Stmley Mrtthey Bxrnrrd Hrrms uentln Mrxelner George Ryrxe Tom Drxscoll Robert Reher Elms Lunm Plul Breyfogle Hrrold Long W1ll1lHlJlCkSOD john Dryden Leshe johnson The Alton Hlgh Tunes w IS hrst pulvllshtd rn 1923 DLIFIIIQ, this tune 1ts purpose h as hetn to promote schol lrshlp to preserve school tr lkllflOI1 to encour rge sportsm mshlp to support school rctxx 1t1es to prox lde pr1ct1c1l experlence 1n Journxllsm md to 1ncre1se loy1lty to our school The Txmes hrs been puhhshed erghteen tlmes per ye nr lt rnterx rls of two week It la supported hy suhscrxptxons 1nd ldX6I'tlb1I1g OFFICERS Flrst semester George Rvrle edrtor Elx1sL1mm busmess manager P1ulBreyfogle acllemszng manager OFFICERS Second semester Ellreilll A h editor john Dryden busmess manager P1ulBreyfogle adter tzsmg manager -kit 'ttf . 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' . , ' . . . , 1 ' 5 7 i 3 I K 5 Quill and Scroll Frrst row Ealecn Curry Bexerly Barley Leola Foulks Alace Reeder Patty Watkaras Helen Btn Eleanor Wascaaa an Ealeen A h lanet Roth acher Betty Schappert Kathryn Sharkey Second 1ow Charles Tackwell Barnard Harms ack Pennang Becky Brown Noranalee Waght man Dorothy Moll V1x1an McArdle Betty layne Cachw art heck Maldred Black jean Schmoeller Eleanor Welh art Ruth Waggoraer Ralph Stu art Thrrd 'row Mr Pruatt lack Trower Stanley Matthey G orge Ryrae Tom Drascoll Bob Herh ohn Dryden Euvene Wadlow Eugene Newton Ball Myers Orvalle Thomas Mr Myers The Quall Cs' Scroll as a aourn al1st1c honor socaety anternataonal an scope The Lox eaoy Chwter a charter memher of the organa ataon was estahlashed Apral 4 1927 Students elagahle for memhershap must h axe done credatahle work on eather ofthe school publacataons The Tunes or The Tatler The purpose of the uall Ee' Scroll as to anstall an students the adeal of scholar shap to adx ance the standards of the professaon of aournalasm hy dextlopang hetter journalxsts and hy dexelopang a hagh code of ethacs to promote exact and daspassaon ate thankang cle ar and forceful wratang Further at h as hcen the purpose of the chapter to take on some school project each year The features thas year haxe been the anductaon of nevs anemhers the hanquet and the annual party wath the Honor Socacty OHIQERS Ear t tme ter lack Pennang presadent George Ryrae Lace presxdent Dorothy Moll secretary rnlzsurev OHILERS Second cmc ter lohn Dryden presadenz Eugene Newton aace presadent Ianet Rothachcr stcnmrx rreaasamr ti' iii' . 1 1 li V , I 3 y . . - . . 4 , , . , r , , . . ., , ., , ', . 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Va a V , a ,a a a a , -- i lf -5 - 3 r r 3 I . 3 5 ' ,A I . , , , 'a 5 5 - ',1 1 n K v , s , , 'I ' li' S3 is 5: Y 3 - 5 3 Y Y ' , A ' 5 ' I v . w . , a .g 1 1 Creative Writing Club Fwst row Barb ar1a Blair Myra Bonnell Dorothy Moll Leol1a Foulks Allce Reeder Maldred Black Myrna Ersenrexch Ul11l.16W1b Hope Heather Second 'row V1fg1U1l Iacobv Althea Stoeckel Normalee W1ghtn1 ln Bette Hart ane Kane Clarence Delehanty Paul W1lLlCf111lU Leslac lobnson Walbert Peterson Third row Vernon Korum Robert Hoxey Ball Godvxan Euvene Churchill To dex elop the creative abalrty of the members to afford opportunrtxes to wrate and to dascuss matters pert arnmg to llter ary wratlngs and to sponsor creatave wratrngs by other than club members IS the um of the Creatrxe Wrrtrng Club orvam ed m 1931 by M155 Llufetil Paul Menibershrp 15 open to those rumor and semor hrgh school students who by xote of the teachers of Engllsh show most promrse ln crertne wratang Iviembershrp rs lmnted to twenty hxe To accomplrsh rts arm the club affords members the opportun1ty to wrlte and dlscuss matters p6I'ClIl1lI'lU to laterary wrrtxng It sponsors school wrde contests from trme to tame Now an lts nmth year the club has a long record of accomplishments Its regular meetmgs are held on Thursday of ex ery week The best contrlbutlons handed an are entered ID the club s magaeane Wmgs whrch rn the pa t has been well recerxed With the new polacy of pubhshmg the maga me through student efforts alone the club offers the member a drxersmed held for artrstrc expressaon Orrrcnas Flrst semester Eugene Churchrll pfesadent Vrrgxnra Jacoby lace presrdent Alace Reeder secretary treasurer Leola Foulks labraraam OFFICERQ Second semester Ahce Reede PT sadem Bla Godwin ance president ane Kane secretarx treasurer Bette Harte labramm Edvtor of WINGS Vernon Korum if if if aa- as ar ,a:,l'z:4' ' R . l,s wi,-' " 'V 1-ff? 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Nahonal Honor Soc1ety Fwst row Mrry jrne Walker Leolr Foulks Allce Reeder Patty Wrtklns Helen Sen Eleanor Wxsemrn -Imet Roth rcher Beverly Brrley Kathryn Sharkey Second 'row Mrrllee Muessel Normllee W1ghtI111U Dorothy Moll lem Schmoeller Thelml Alldredve Dnmond Kodros Leatrlce Nerdernhofer Mrry jenmngs Lydr Belle DIVIS Thwd Tow Chlrles Tlckwell Stmley Mrtthey Jack Pennlng Brrnrrd Hrrms George Ryrle Blll Myers Normrn Bentley Ralph bturrt Eugene Churchxll Norbert Fr.mz Under the sponsorshmp of M1sses Cates and Cartwrlght the Alton Ch1pter of the Nitronal Honor Soclety an orgdnxmtlon sxmxlar to the Phr Beta Krppa of un1vers1t1es md colleges w1s chartered ln the sprmg of 1927 The purpose of the socrety 15 to crelte in enthusmsm for scholtrrshlp to st1mul11te L1 deslre to render SEFVICC to promote worthy le rdershlp md to encouruge development of ch1r1cter1n the students of Alton Hrgh Only fifteen per cent of the 4 1 cl rss who rrnk ID the upper thrrd md who hive been rrted 1n lexder shxp seruce and character hy the faculty xre elrgrhle for lHClUl3EI'Sll1p iii' 'kit Q I J 1 1 1 , 1 , ,1 1 , 2,1 1,1 1 , 1 , 1 . 2 1 , 1 1, ,L1 , 1 3,1 ,. ,1 , 1 1. : 1 1 ,11 1 ,1 ,11 1 , , 1 1 1 I ls s ' 1 1 ' 1 1 , '1 1 11 1 , 1 Zi . , , 1 , 1 ,1 1 Z2 '1 1 1 1 1 1' , ,. 1. 1 1 x , . New Members National Honor Society Fxrst row Esther Hmd V1rg1n11 rcoby Exelyn Anglln NOfI1llWOmlCk Rltl Clevenger Elleen Ash M1ldred Blrck Bette Hitt Elleen Curry Second row MITXID Bott Paul Breyfogle Mzry Ehzabeth Burnett Thelrm lvluelhm mn lein lohnson lem M1 egrdes Dolores Voss Bertrxce Mayer -lane Kme Orulle Thomas Ned H1rr1son Thlrd row Kenneth Brewer Hrrold Hermes Norbert Kuhn B1llDr1ke ohn Dryden Albert Trovter Ed Bonn Eugene Bruce club lt also mduct new members at the end of each semester md engrges III one socnl rffnr wlth the ulll U Scroll erch semester On M :rch 17 1939 the socrety held 1 memornl progrrm ln memory ofM1ss V1DOtClfCWYlghf thelr late sponsor who dled anuary 30 1939 Orucrzas Flr t emester Normrlee W1ghtmlD presxdent Llewyn March llC6p7f?S1ClE11l Allee Reeder secretarw treasurer Orrxcsrzs Second semester -lem Schmoeller pres1dent Leol1Foulks uce presuclent Putty Wrtkms secretarx treasurer iii' iii' ,A . b d A 4 - Q ' f . " 4 C -5 , Q Y' x ' '- " .Ll - V A :A ' A , ' ' A4 , ' ' , 1 1 , ' 1 1 , 3 ' s 3 1 3 s - 5 D 1 " , z V , 4 ' 2 , . 2 , U ez h . , N 1 S N 1 -, ', 1 1 , 2 1 , ' 1 -, L . ' ' 2 , a , , 1 , J , Yi v a X - The society meets regularly once ll month to transect business or to hear ll speaker invited hy the . 4 5 ' s ' 1 1 f 1 ' 1 1 ' ' X 1 4' ' 3 Q , , . 2 ,K 5 L . , A Y . , . 1 I I , ' ,Ia 1 , . s ' , 's s 5 ' : 1 1 ' 1 , ' g ' 1 , " f ' 5 'N' 5 , ,ff J .ez g .N , ' g L ," f ' g A Q ':, Band Roland Armstrong Betty Ash Dan Blodgett Alan Boettger Kenneth Bogart Nlchol as Brown Kenneth Brune Dons Buhlman Don Bullock Maralyn Butler Ray Carpenter Howard Cochran Ancel Clark W1lma Collms julaa Davas Walter Day Varganaa Ehlers Vaolet Evers ames Faelds Dack Fxscher Bob Graham ames Ham1lton Charles Harter Howard Hayes Don H1nr1cks Kenneth Hubbs Mansfield jennangs Martha Kang Jack K1nd1g Harry Langwxn Grace Luer Doras Lappold Lo1s Love B1llMe1senhe1mer Frank Meatner E1leen Mohler V1v1an Morrls jean M1 egades Leonard Moore Ross Moxey Allce Nackell june Naxon Bob Heuer Max Olson Robert Peterson Rachard Quann B1ll Ram B1ll Reed Harold Ready Ray Roades Margaret Seagraves Kohler Scott E1leen Smlth Benno Storms Patracaa Strahan Darvm Tomllnson Ball Tuggle Vac Unterbrlnk Moreland Voss Alberta Warner Ann Waterbury Maur1ce Wetzel Dale W1ll1ams Edward Wood Fred Wuellner Bob Young Bally Harms The Alton Hagh School Band as one of the better known organazataons of the school Any student w1th 1 fur degree of ab1l1ty for any anstrument IS elrgrble for membershap The organazataon has won honors an each of the annual d1str1ct contests for the past fave years Students desarang mdxvadual mstructxon an playang any band or orchestra mstrument may find lnterestang and profitable work an one of the followmg classes STRING CLASS v1ol1n vaola cello and bass WOODWIND flute oboe clarmet bassoon BRASS cornet saxophone French horn baratone trombone and bass PERcuss1oN snare drum symphony bells etc Members are expected to furnash thexr own anstruments howexer school owned mstruments wall be loaned to a llmlted number of people for use ln connectaon w1th classes and recatals iii 'kit 1 1 1 K 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 f 1 I 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 ,Ja , , ,J- , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . .. C 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 4 R ' ' . ' I I I ' 1 . ' 1 2 ' I ' I ' 4 I s 3 1 i1 15 l Z - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' K 1 1 1 - S ' 1 A ' ' - rm ' ' ' 1 1 . , ' ' , , ,,' ' ' . . ', 4 a a 1 a . .74 411,111 !Y,,g!-,J ff I . --f,,.z 4,, .ff 4, H I-bf v A Orchestra T if ff"'.,'-' 'TT r af-T , Frrst 'row Roger Breyfogle Paulme Matchell Oswald Acord Ray Hamalton Barnard Harms Mary jennangs IX an Clexenger Walter Ehbert Gay otorner Patracaa Mc uaggan je an Kran ard Betty Lee Wert Second 'row Mr Porter Clarence Perasho Charles Koehne Ball Measenhearaaer Maralyn Butler Sharley Radeaaaacher Maraorae lane Denap ey Mary Ellason Maralae Muessel lune Whlte Marae Braash Margaret Craggett Loas Maaaor Beatrace Ford Sylvaa Farley Third row B1llRam Manslfaeld lennangs James Stafford Laxerne Matchell Ealeen Smath LOIS Loke Walaaaa Collans Maxane Fenvyaek Varganaa Whate Eleanor Kang Charlotte Dodd playang anusac for a symphony orche tra and as made up of the more adx anced players ofthe school The B orchestra whach as open to all players as a tr aanang class where andavadual attentaon can he gaxen for less proheaent players who wash to qualafy for the other daxasaon The orchestrx ltselt h as heen estahlashed for those Interested an anstrumental anusac of hugh Character Thas year the orchestra has played for hoth of the major Dr amatac cluh productaons haccalaureate and coananenceaaaent It as the purpose of the org ana ataon to acquaant not only its members hut outsaders as well wath the varaous phases of school aaausac and how great musac can he apprecmted Also at as ats purpose to dexelop a taste for good musae and the art of lastenmg to at 1' -nr -r ir -A' -A' A 5 5 , 4 ' ' , 4 , 4 4 ' , 4 4 4 ', 4 Q, '4 ' M , 4 , , 4 ' , 4 ' '4 Q 'K 4 , 4 ' 4 , ' s. I . . 4 'Q , 4 ' , ' " ' , 4 V , 4 4 4 , 4 5 i4 s , 4 ' , 4 4 , s , 4 QL , 4 4 4 , " , 4 , 4 4 . W , I . 2. y L 4 b . 4, R Q , Z Y . , . . , . Us A fa l l a 1 a l La ' - The orchestra is divided into two sectionsg orchestra "A" and The former is n sm4all symphony, 4 ' " 4 3 s 4,4 'J 4 4 '4 4 - . ' . , ' ., F , . , . '. , . ' , ,. ' ' .. , , -' ' , . A H4 ' 4 4 4 ' 4' 4 4 ' ' , 4 4 4 4 4 . " ' 4 All ' 4 4 ' ' ' ' " ' 4' ' '4 A ' 4- ' ' 4 4 ' 4 4 4' . . ' '- ' . ., 4 . . . ' .' , , ' ' ' , 4 4 L 4 4 . Dramatic Club Mlm. Fwst 'row Althe1 btoeckel Vlfglnll jrcoby A11een B1ker Jem Schmoeller Betty Sch1pperr M1ldred Bl1ck Lo1s Lowrance M1r111n Weber Dorothy Moll Second 'row lck K1nd1g JO6Cll1'1pbEll M1ry.l1ne Walker Edw 1rd Woods B111 Reld Vernon Peebles Evelyn Anglm Beverly Bxrley P1tty WltklHS Helen Sen Normllee W1ghtn11n Loren Curothers Thwcl row D1ck G11l6Sp1C B111 Drike Crug B in Ray Blo lc G1 n E1lers Bob Herb Strnley Mxtthey B111 Myers jrck Pennmg Robert Boyd The Dr1m.1t1c club 15 one of the electlke clubs IH the school To become 1 member one must e1ther tryout or d15p11y spec11l 1pt1tude for dr1m1t1cs MISS M1ldred Rutledge IS the f1cu1ty sponsor md Ll1f6CtOI' of 111 xjor product1ons The org11n1z1t1on presents two lonv pl rys etch school ye If Durlng the 1038 39 se1son Don t Exer Grow Up md G111h1d ones were presented to lxrge md 1pprec11t1ve 1ud1ences In 1dd1t1on to the long product10ns 5exer11 student d1rected 1ssembly programs were sponsored by the club .md the club 1150 p1rt1c1p1ted IH the stunt show The purpose of such an org1n1z1t1on 15 to grouse 1n 1ntell1gent lnterest IH dr 1m1t1cs 111 hugh schoo1 people md x.1r1ous spe1kers explun numerous phases of dr 1m 1t1C 1rt to the clubs The Dr 1111 1t1c club 1150 sponsors the 1oc11 ch1pter of N1t1on 11 Thespuns OFFICERS F1r5t semester D1ck G1lle5p1e presxdent B111 Myers nce presrdent B tty Schlppert secretary B111 Re1d treasurer GFFILERS Second semester Helen Ben preszdent joe Crmpbell 11ce preszdent em Schmoeller secretary B111 Re1d treasurer -1-rf iff . 1 , 1 1 , 1 , 1 , , . , 1 , 1 , . : -11 , 1 , 1 1 1 , 1 -, , , . . , . . 7 U A 5 K K 9 "'1 A 1 9 ' . , . , . f- ,, ' - . . , . . . s. , , .. , , , , . f 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . . ' 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 ' , ' ' ' . ' . , . ,. , . . 1 1 1 . , , ' . . . . . . ' . , '. I - . 4 ' .3 I . I V' I ' - 7 - . 9 x ' 1 I 1 I V 3 l , . - 1 ' 7 5 'Y I ' 3 5 ' f ' ' . e .., , . 1 1 5 1 National Thespians flw' 4 Fwst row Jem ohnson Putty Wdtk1ns Helen Sen Jem Schmoeller Normilee W1ghtH1lD .Dorothy Moll Second row jack Klndrg Blll Reid oe Crmpbell Strnley Mxtthey Dlck G1llCSp16 Robert Boyd lick Penmng was orgmxzed ln 1932 wlth elght memhers The ums of the soclety ire to develop 1 Splflf of rctrxe md lntellxgent rnterest ID drrmatlcs to rssxst dlrectors md students 1n the present mon of worth whrle plays to st and as 1 rew ard for excellence ln hlgh school dr xmatlcs to lcquunt dxrectors and students wrth x rrrous progress of dramatlcs 1n other h1gh schools and to hrlnv rhout 1 closer reltmonshlp between the troupes The Dramztxc cluh sponsors the local Ch rpter md ill memhers recerve the Thesplrn maglzlne OFFILERS Flrst semester Dorothy Moll presrdent jrck Pennlng uce presrdent Helen Senz secretary treasurer OFFICERS Second semester Helen Sen president .IoeC1mphell uce presrdent Pltty Wdtklns secretary treasurer iii' 'ki'-A' f ,X 4 Y 4 -O l 4. .' , ' r. LJ ' V V y , fl ll ' r so 4 lvl' 1 4 . r 'fl , , . Tj, Q : 4 J , Q ' , Z, Q , 1 Q , WMM! 5 3 ' 4x, 4 ' , J 1 , 1 1 , 4 4 4 , l The National Thespinns is an organization of high school drzunutists. The Alton Chapter fTroupe 1265 ' 1 4 4 4 g z ' 5 2 2 ' 4 4 . 2 Z, ' J 1 , ' f A 5 1 ' 4 , ' Der Deutsche Verein CAST OF PLAY Betty Schxppert Eva Scheffel Paul ten Homple B1lly Hlrms ANGELS AND Cnoxus Angels Fwst row BOI1Ul8OQlEH Berthx jungk Vxrgln Mlrjone Hernnn Second vow Irene Mlsegxdes Helen Handler Elxzlbeth Carey Chorus Hdrrlet Vollmer CrystelChr1sty Morrxs H1rr1s Dorxs Buehlnnn Pauhne Brecht Ellzabeth Overxth Eleanor Waggoner Genevleve Strxtton Jeanette Schnell Bessxe Tmlton Dorxs L1ppold Ehzibeth Mxller M1rjor1e Kaeser Velma Early ,ft til- , . , , . . f : , Q , , 1 1 . : 1 , ' , a 1 . ' 5 S K 9 K S 9 1 I a K s 1 1 I 9 S 4 S K , . s 4+ Der Deutsche Vereinf? ANcELs Frrst row Bonnle Oden Berthr jungk V1fglD Mrrjorle Herman Second row Irene M1S6g1d6S Helen Handler Ellzlbeth Carey MEMBERS OF PLAY CAST Betty Schrppert Paul ten Homple Der Deutsche Verem wls orgxnlzed rn 1934 The purpose of the club 15 to st1mul1te IH lnterest IH German Culture is If IS found 1n the lmterature md langulge of the country Second semester students w1th a grade of A or B are ellglble for membershlp December 1938 the club presented 1 one act German comedy md 1 Chrlstmrs tzbleru 1D song In March the group partlclpated ID the Alton Hrgh School Stunt Nlght sponsored by the Shurtleff Alumnl who are teachlng 1n the hlgh school The hmgh hght of the Germ IU stunt was the glft of S120 earned from the sale of brlcks from the ru1ns of the Old Dorm xt Shurtleff OFFICERS First semester Brrmrd Hlrms preszdent Betty Schlppert uce presrdent Ev1Scheffel secretary Bxlly Hxrms treasurer OFFICERS Second semester Betty Sch1ppert presrdent Dolores Voss uce presndent Eva Scheffel secretary Bertha Jungk treasurer iii' 'kit XX X ' J KX E, - Q . I 4 , E , . 4, 2 , . 1 U I ' 2 , ' , ' L ' . , . , 2 2 . , U Y . , Q i . . 2 ' ' ' ' 2 ' r . The club sponsors one project each year in addition to the joint banquet with the French Club. In , , 2 2 2 1 2 ' 1 1 1 ' . , ' 1 1 1 a , ' Q ' A , " f ' : 1 , Q ' 2 , . , : ' , A 1 , " f ' 1 , I 1 - Le Cercle Franccus Farst row Lewas johnson Roger Breyfogle Bob Stuart Paul Wxlderlaa an Robert Gahson Second row Ealeen Ash Mary Sweeney janet Rothacher AltheaStoeckel Vargmaajacohy Aaleen Baker Mary ,lane Walker Mara an Weber Agnes Sharkey Antlgone Kodros Lora jean Par1s acquae Stork Vargmla Lattle Ruth Ann Games Thard row Helen Wohlert Phyllls Taylor Alberta Schnelle Betty Jayne Schwartzbeck Norma BTISKOW Helen Wackenhauser Olga Rosack Thelma Alldredge Gay Storner Hope Heather Patty Watkans Eleanor WISEHIIU Dorothy Harvey Lyda Belle Davas june Anglln une Br andel Dorothy Lowe Arleen Heggemeler Betty Ash Dorothy Todd Fourth row Edna Edsall Ruth Le1ghty Marguerlta Pars Alace Nlckell Alneta Walsora Fldred Walklngton Hugh Lowery Stuart Nackell Stanley Koenlg Bob Grallin james Beall Louase Barher Mass Bl aclcaard Mlss Llly Wlll1dH1SOU The purpose of Le Cercle FFHDCHIS IS to stxmulate anterest 1n the French people thear country thear language and the1r customs Programs have consasted of talks and lectures gaxen hy people who have trax eled there or haxe a great mterest 1n French people and French customs The outstandmg project of the year has heen the German French cluh banquet gaxen annually OFFICERS Farst semester Dorothy Todd presadenr john Dryden race presadent Ned Harrason secretary Hugh Lowery treasurer OFFILERS Second semester Pat Watklns presadent Janet Rothacher uce presadent Boh Gahson secretary Alace Nlckell treasurer iii tit C 4,,K'l A ' I A , , ,' ' 1, ' - I' ,f , ' , 1 , '11 I, '- , V' ' ' , zz , , , z A a ,ja S 1 1 1 ' ' J , A ' , , 1 ' 1 , A ' ' . . . . ' , , . Vs ' 4 w 1 a -1 1 A 1 1 1 ' 1 , 1 1, ' , 1 , ,J 1 , 5 1 S ' ' : 1 1, 4 , " ' , 'n , 1 5,, 'I , , 1 , ' , al 1, 1 , z', ' . , .... , . , . ,Y ly, 2. a g 1 , . 1 1 ', 'Y ' ' . ,' 2 , ' J ' J 1' . : , . ' at il 1', ' 5' 1 ' 5 ' , 5 , . Serv1ce Club Fwst row Maurlce Heaneman Margaret Furle s Naoml Bryant Kathleen Douglas Margaret Hersman Betty jane Lee Helen Korte Verlene Bowman Myrna Easenrexch uamta Scott Lenetha West Second row Paul Phllllps Donald Bullock am Flelds Herman Yost Robert Schnelder Russel Evans ohn Flexon Ellls Gaston Floyd Bowman Ball Hrggard Harry Maul Godfrey Goolsby Wm H Reed Harold Hermes Robert Boyd Charles Dodd Harold Wolf The Student Patrol IS an Ofg1I11Zlt1OH for servace to the school There are two groups an thls club the fourth hour and the Hfth hour patrol The fourth hour group has one capt am and the Hfth hour h ad one captam Patrol members serve duly an keepmg order rn the halls and the audltoraum durmg both lunch hours Th1s organlzatlon 15 open to anyone who de lres to be a member and as w1ll1ng to be of SCFVICC FOURTH noun CAPTAIN Both semesters Dayton SCl'1Ill1df FIFTH HOUR CAPTAIN Fwst semester Harold Hermes Second semester Wm H Reed iii' tit Q ' : ' ' ' ' , L ' z ' s', 2 ' 'V , 'A I ' , ' ' , , , a , 2 ,J ' , 1 I 2 ' ' -, 2 , J' I' , 1 , ' , 1 , J , 1 , ' , 1 a . Third row: George Hart, Charles Harter, james Buck, Irvin McGourtney, Dayton Schmidt, 3 D ' ' 7 3 7 , 9 I ' ' ' 2 . ' 1 A ' . 1 1 A ' - 1 Q . . 1 'Q 4 G 2 a Q 1' . ' : , ' 4 . : ' , a g , . . . Girls' Auxiliary Council 1 First row Kathryn Sharkey Jmet Rothacher Exleen Ash Bette Hart Jem M1S6gddCQ Betty Jme Smders Second row D1 lmond Kodros Jmet Shlrkey Jem bchmoeller Ann Kodros bylvu Flrley Mary Jennings Shlrley Rldemacher M1YIOf16 Herman Thls OI'glI11Z 1t1on obserxed the mmx ersary of lts Hrst dec ide of serx 1ce to Alton Hlgh on Jmulry 11 1038 Durmg these ye xrs the Councll has been promment 1n all the rifnrs of high school hfe Its members e ea ers o t e stu ent ody Dur1ng1ts ex1stence mmy SCYXICCS hue been performed for the school by thrs orgxnrztmon is ICS purpose has been to serxe others Mrss Crrolyn Weliipen has been the faculty sponsor QIDCC the Ofglll1ZlC1OI1 Wms formed In 1dd1t1on to IIS routlne servxces the councll was chlefly responsrble for sponsormq the fxrst dlscussron of 1 btudent Councll wh1ch was llter turned oxer to Mlss Pxul OFHLERS F1rst semester Llevwyn March presxdent Mrry lennmgs 11ce president D1 rmond Kodros secreturx Urrluzks Second semester Jmet Rothicher president Elleen Ash uce premdent June Kme secretary ff, -kil- , I , V I' l ' ff A 1 ' 1 , 1 1 , ' ' , 1 , 1 4 ' -, I 'z , Q 1 , L ' , , ' I L , L , 2 ' , 2 f . " 1 ' L A ' Q ' ' 1 ' 1 " ' Q Q , . K 1 Q 4 2 4 . , are representative gmrls, chosen from th l 'd f h d b . ' ' ' r Y' L ' 1 ' , A A Q . ' '. " 4 z 1 Q 1 A 1 A 1 . Q . ..,. , . I . . 1 , x 5 . . . ' ' ' . . , ' . . . r . . . ' ' , ' ' 1 ' e , ' 5 a , ' 1, ' f ' 1 1 1 - ' , '- - e : 1 ' a , ' 5 f , " 1 ' g . 1 , . Boys' Cabinet ' ' fi IH 4 Fzrst row B111 Drake Edward Wood ohn Dryden B111 Re1d George Ryr1e Charles Tackwell Stmley M1tthey Harold Patterson Second row Robert GIDSOD Frmk Tr1v1s 1ck Redmond Wlylle V1h1e j1m 512111111475 E11ston C1mpbe11 Bob D11 Bob Bruce Haney Moore A11en C11rk The Boys Cmbmet wrs founded 111 1nu1ry 1928 when boxs who hrd acted rs gu1des for freshmen orgrnlzed 1 serxlce c1ub The purpose of the C1b1net 1 to serxe the school md to encour 1ge benet1c111 1ct1v1t1es unong the boys The Clblnet members ue 11w1ys re1dy to 1Ss19f 1n school prolects 111 my way act rs g1temen 1t 1th1et1c contests md lS ushers when needed at other school 1-UITCUOIIN Each Febru 1ry they ISSISI new students by exp1 unlng the school 1ct1x1t1es md 1nd1x1du11 progr 1ms md by 1ct1ng 15 gmdes New members 1re choren to the C1b1net xt the begmnmg ofe xch seme ter md ofhcers ure chosen rt the begmnmg of e 1ch seme ter OFFILERS Flr t emester Ch 1r1es T1ckwe11 premdent B111 Dr rke uce presrdenl George Ryr1e secretarv treasurer OPPILERS Second semester B111 Dr1ke presldent john Dryden 11CCf'!T6S1dE71I Bob G1bson secretarx treasurer tit iii' 1 1 , . 5 - ' , 1 1 ' , 11 , 1 1 1, ' 1 1 5 , 1 , 12, , 1 ' , 1 . e " 1 ' f 1 ' ' ' JL 1 , , 1 1 f 1 : ' ' A -Q - 1 1 1 " . . 1 ,' 's ' 1 1 Q '1 1 ' A ' 1 . 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' -' ' 1 1 they C2111 They sponsor the high school excursion each year, 111111121126 the score board at footb1111 games, 1 1. 1 ' ' 1 1 S ' r ' 1 1 e ', ' , 1 ' :. 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 3 I 1 1 1 A A K 1 ' s 1 ' . 1 3 " 1 3 I ' ' 1 5 . ' 1 'S S 1 1 ' 1 , A 5 1 1 ' f ' J ' , g Hi-Y .A 1 A , First row jack Kmdag ohn Paul john Cassellfa Sam Moore B1ll Harms Hugh Lowery Norbert Kuhn Don Lawrence ack Pennmg Malford Lau jake Schneader Second row Harvey Moore Barnard Harms James Beall Frank Tr IXIS Harry Luddeke lim Stallangs l1m Dickerson Gene Bryant Durand bmath Bob Gabson Walter Collier Third row Charles Tackwell Stanley Matthey uentm Maxe11aer Don Hill Bob Herb George Ryrae Homer Ven ardos Dean Pmlaerton james Edward Clarence Gr axes Mr Ihne The purpose of the Alton Senior H1 Y 1 To create IH11Dtd1IX and extend throughout the school cle an scholarship clean sports and clean l1X1I1g The H1 Y IS a group of older h1gh school boys who are seeking for themselx es and their fellow students the hlghest standards of conduct for hfe Thas affords an opportunaty for dex elopmg le adershap among IIS anembcrs emphasires things worth vshale and lldb in form lf1OI1 of fraendshaps QIPILEIXS Farst semester George. Ryrae president lohn Paul aace presadent lack Penmng secretary lam Dickerson treasurer Bob Herb sergeant at arms Oaaacaiaas Second scmtster lohnPaul president Norbert lxuhn uct president Barnard Harms secretary IIIH Diclatrson treasurer Gene Bryant sergeant at arms it Q Q l l l 1 ' I 2 ' ' ,J ' , 2 ', ' , ' 1 2, , , , 1 , JL , 1 , a . I I E: z , 1 z 1 , 1 n z , zu 1 'C , Q I , v a 1 , x , 1 , 1 , ' , 1 . V 3 2 a , f A 1 , Q c ' 1 ' , I , , 1 , 1 , 4 ' , 1 1 s, 4 1 ' , ' 3 'sz " Q , L A ' ' 1 sand community high stzandzards of Christian chzaraacterf' The four planks in the platform rare: Clean speech, N 1 ' , 1 . , 1 1 ' 'A . , 'f ' . ' v , ' v . ' v , , . . ' ' . , ' . . ' - ' , ' ' ' . 1 . ' ' I 1 ' A , ' 5 , 1 , ' f ' Q ,a ' . J , ' 3 3 - 1 x a ' ' - : : f , S -1 a ms Z' Q Q ' 1 " , - 1, K A L f, , ' X 1 a I l a ' ' - i' 'I i Student Counc11 A Farst row Myrna Easenrelch Lenetha West Ruth Leaghty Myrna Dunn ean Schmoeller Elleen Ash Janet Roth acher Eva Scheffel Second row Bob Albrecht Olan Scott Frank Tr aus Ballye Trotter Verlene Bowman Helen Wohlert janet Sharkey Mara an Weber Dorrls Walton B111 Run 'Tlnrd row ack Magee Lmden Glass Hugh Lowery Don Zammerm an Norbert Kuhn Harold Patterson Vlrgal Laux Harry Luddeke James Dlckerson Ball Drake The Student Council was organa ed an March 1938 Its members were elected from the newly formed gl.l1C11I1C6 groups In October 1938 an all school electlon was held for presadent and vace presadent of Student Councll sax nomm ataons h ax mg been made by b allot by the 3 1 and 3 2 cl asses In thas electaon B111 Drake was elected presldent and Harold Patterson vace presldent Those elected by the Councal atself were Elleen Ash secretary and Loas Watkms treasurer In March 1939 ofhcers elected by the school were Betty Ash presldent and 1m Stallangs XICL presldent Those elected by the Councal were Patty Watkans secretary and ean Mlsegades treasurer The alms of the Student Councal are expressed 1n the pledge taken by 1ts members I wlll strue or better goternment tdeals and or the upln t o the assoczataon and school both alone and wlth others I wtll obey and respect the laws and do my best to mczte a 11 e obedaence and respect an others I wall strne to mac en the sense o responslbalrty among the students at large so that we may transmat our student goternment znherltance not less and worse but greater and mor beautz ul Actavataes sponsored by the Student Counc1l smce ats organlzataon are before and after school dances noon 'and evenmg pacture shows donkey basketball games the campus campaagn Thanksgaxmv parade and bonhre 1 style show at the Shurtleff Benefit Stunt Show The Councal has elected the cheer leader and bought them outhts sponsored the purchase of 1 new cyclorama and turned ox er twenty dollars to Shurtleff Bualdmg Fund The Alton Hagh School Student Councal ls Z1 member of both the State and Natxon al Student Self government organa ataons It sent one delegate to the Natlonal conxentaon an New York Caty and fixe to the State Com entaon 1n Peona The Sponsor Adxasor of the Councal as Mass Paul ttf' it-k l .4 2- ,y-1 , 1 f ' - I' 1-'5'1"'.1 ' 'Til' '11 J V ii , 1 ,, sw v I- A-, , f-Ag' 1 ff"l'7f --f' 'A F . 151, 3 . 1, Q 1f . J? 0 his 4 V, J , 1 1 , 1 . . ' . . , 1 ' D 5 L 5 Y 9 4 5 , 1 1 1 , 1 1 , , 1 . 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 . 1 1 Z 1 , . 1 . , ,1 1 1 1 f ' . . . R . I Y. 1 R , Q 7 4 . . , K , . 1 . , 1 1 1 1 , f . ' , , , 1 1 1 , 1 . . 1 . ' ,' ,, . 1 1 , 1 1 11 . 1 ', 1' . 2 2 we 2 Sf 1 . V . , 7 7 . .1 P , 1, . 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 ', - I I 1 1 1 ' . ' ,' 11 , 1 1 a , 1 4 . , a O c 4 5 2 s 1 - 3 1 s - A 1 ' 5 2 a 4 K I I, Q ' 2 x 1 1 1 1 f - v- I V 1 ' - r I V ' I v 1 1.1 . 1 1 1 , 1 V Y . . .' I V.- . 1 . I 1 1 . 1 . Boys' Glee Club Fwst 'row B1rt Hellrung B111 A1hertQ Leon 1rd Bertelb Lorren Bennett E11een Curry B111 Reed Allen bClgO Gene DIXIS 0r11lle Thomas Second row Mr Porter john Monfort Thom 15 Weher 1'I1rry M1u1 George ForheQ Glen E1lerb Clyde WISCIIXID D1v1d Lmdgrlf Therold R1thge1w Hlrold Scheerer 'Thwd row Ch mrles Dodd Prul Slllf C1rl Belcher Ellston Cnnplwell Eugene W1dlo1x Ed Schrnnpf Innee Leller Don 11d Canter The Boys Glee Cluh was orgmved 1hout ten ye1rs mo Capt 11n C 9 Porter prebent hexd of the MUblC Dep1rt1nent lwecnne the d1rector 111 1032 The purpoxe of lvoth Boy: md the G1r1b Glee Clulwb 1: to glxe 111 opportumty for trnmng Ill three or four p1rt chor1l 1nux1c -1ght re1d1ng tone pl1ce111ent and to dexelop 1nd1x1du1l sle11l IU s1ng1ng md 111 1pprec1 IUOII for st1nd1rd Nchool l1ter mture The COIX1151llLLl glee clubs gne numeroub puhl1c 1ppe 11' mces hoth here 1nd It other schoolb They prebent 1 Chr1Nt1111b progrnn md usu1lly t 1ke p1rt ID the progr 1111 for the b1cc1l1ure1te 1nd COIUIHCITCCIHCDC exerclbeb They 1leo 1111146 other puhhc 1ppe1r1nces 1s opportunmes IFINC OFFICERS Loren Bennett preszdent Euvene Wndlow uce prcszdem Glen E11er SeCT6felTVlTt?L1SllTE7' Orx 1lle Thomw publmtx manager B111 Reed md Ellmton Cnnplwell lzbnwmns 'kit iii 1 1 - 1 . - ' Y ' K 5 'S 1 7 W 7 - -v 1' 1 , . , . , . . . , , . , . . , K e, , 1 , 1 . Q, 2 , A . . ,... A , , , , . . , . 1 , . , - . , . , . , . 1 1 ,-. . , . . , , , , , . , , , .,- , . . - . 1 . . .e, , . . . , ,. , . ,., , . , , . . , . . e . ', , ' ,' ' ' ,, , . . . , , . , . . . . . . ,- . A, 1 ,. ,V , A -. ...' I I A V A .X , 5 ,, ', . ', . . . , . . , . .. , f V . . ' . , .. . . I-4 y 1- 1 A .. . L.. . , , ' . , , . , ' . ',. , I . - s 1 5 4 1 1 51 , 1 V' , .. ', . ' ,, , . , GIIIS Glee Club Mr Porter director Erleen Curry pmmst Members o the club m the p1cture are Betty Ash Beverly Barley Myra Bonnell Audrey Bernard Verlene Bowman Ruth Carey Helen Carter Roberta Cortes Ruby Cook Marrlyn Coulter Anne Dean Vlfglnll Duff Eleanor Dunstan Velma Earley JCSSIB Lee Eller Betty Frrrow jryne Fettmger Veda F1chtel Peggy Ann Fones Cl mra Frmcrs Ruth Ann Games Dorothy Gesch Norma jean Gray Vlfglflld Harmon Ruth Harmon Hope Heather Juanlta Hechler Arleen Heggemerer Margaret Herzman Mary jennlngs jean johnson Rosal1e Kleebolt Norma Lee Lamm Sher1d1neL1vely LOIS Lowrance Llewyn March Luetta Marqurs Lo1s Lee Meyer Mary Mlddlecoff Elxzabeth Mrller Mary Mlller E1leen Mohler Mary Alma Mueller Betty Myers Mary Ellen Nlckell Rrta Clevenger Bonnle Oden Lora Jem Parxs Evelyn Parker Anna Lee Pemberton Jeanne Rrwlrns Geraldlne Marthadell Sondles May Sutton Barbara Swexckert june T1ce Dolores Trckner Brllye Trotter Margaret Veltjes Patty Watklns Margarettee Weese Rosemary Well Alva West brook Bermce W1lh6H1Hg Helen Wuellner The Grrls Glee Club IS one of the best known orgm1zat1ons of the school Thelr frequent lppearances rn churches etc hrve gamed for the organrzatron an envlable reputatlon among the townspeople Most of the progrxms are now grven by the combrned glee clubs The Girls Glee Club meets three trmes 1 week durrng regular school hours New members rre chosen by 1ud1t1on The club rs 1 member of the State Hrgh School Choral Assocutron md the glee clubs may enter competltlon sponsored by this assoc11t1on In Apr1l 1939 the Grrls Glee Club recelved a 'first ratrng at the Dlstrxct Contest and competed 1n the Regional Contest OFFICERS Llewyn March presudent Mary jenmngs uce presldent Beverly Barley secretary treasurer Betty Farrow 1nd Mrrgaret Herzman lzbrarxans 'kit 'kit 0 I - s 4 I I 1 - I - f A ' I , , , , s s ' , 1 1 v s 2 1 3 , ' Q Q 1 3 Q 1 1 I 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 D 1 1 I K 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 V I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 A 1 1 V 1 1 1 S 1 1 I Roberts, juanlta R1tchey, Olga Rosack, Jeanette Schnell, Margaret Seagraves, Ed1th Schenk, L 1 2 1 D' 7 1 1 1 '- r A I 9 1 9 1 x 4 ' 1 - 1 ' 1 . 1 . . , W 1 . 1 .1 . . I . l 2 ' ' . . . . 1 . t 2 1 ' ' . A . ' . '1 ' ,z 4 ' 9 a 1 , A : ' , f' f ' 5 - , f 1 ' 1 1 ' , ' ' . Radio Club Frrst row llCk Klqten Phllhp hucktll L1wrence khnlxt W1ll11111 htkbon Kenneth Murr 1y Bllly H1gg1rd Alhtrt WICQIIIJ Stccmi rou Hownd Cmchrm Rohtrt W1lh1l1QOIl P1111 Weston Mr QIIQC Iohn M1rkh1111 Itrome Elhoffer Rohtrt Ptttrxom Ed Evxtn The R1d1o Cluh of Alton Hugh Sehool xx 11 OTQIIII td IH tht Nprlng of 1019 Its ohILCf lb to flllfhvf k 1 now tdgt of r1d1o llld to tmhlt Ntudtntx to xtturt then 1m1t1 ur r d1 I U d 0 r St1g,t twenty hoye hut rtttlxtd thtlr ILLFINLN The tluh hw 1 r1d1o room on the fourth HOOY Vkhlph now LOIIFIIIN 1 tr1nxn11tter llld wlll Qoon hue 1 rectlxtr fox the hoy to work Vklth mt they do not hue 1 -tt lt home Tht R1d1o Cluh lnttts on Flldly nwht hut thoxt who vuxh to m 1y Qt1y txtry ex LI1lI1g 1fttr -chool to tnn llki pmttltt tht Gott UHILFR: Phllhp Ixlelmtll p'rew11itnr B111 Hwmrd uct pnmient I-I11v11rd Cmhrm secnmrv trc11su'rer it 'kit 3 . , 3 , L, 1. ' -J 2 A: -A 'Q V , v' . 7 Y , l I, -.- V . t. 4. , 3 , . t 2 . tx , . , ax 4 , ' K: . ' ': . 1 . . 3 ' . . . 3 , .t xx , h 1 1 . 5 D 5 5 3 ' I V3 . ' '- , - , '.., ' , - ' A - ', '- - 4. ' f . 1 , ' 1 W 5 ' J ' ' '. . ' .1 0 ICCIISCS. n cr the SPOIISOI'Sh1P fM -1 ,, , M, ., 4 5--, . ,.. . ' , ' , '- , - ,' . , . ' , . ' .v,. 5 Q13 l - Q v W ' y vw- -1 A I ' Y 53 ' ' V I 'B V VI' - ' avi Yr- 1 1 ' 11- 1 .- -1 - 11. -1- -. '--1. , . ' . . ,I , . .. - , 1 , f Science Club ass, vt-:3t,g,IJ.zwfg, - . " " 'V" -ff f " First row George Redman Ralph Stuart Eugene Bruce Patty Watkins Beverly Barley john Peterson Leroy Korte Second row Norman Bentley Ned Harrison Ed Bonn Bob Herb Donald Canter Mr Freeman The Science club IS one of the newer organlzations of the school and came into existence in the f ill of 1937 because of the desire on the part of some students to carry on scientific studies beyond the regul ir classroom work These problems are studied informally by the entire group it the regul ir club meetings cover the cost of materials used in the experiments Membership is limited to those who hive 1 genuine interest in the experiments Occasionally the club tours nearby factories with emphasis on the chemical side of the industries They have been through the Owens Illinois Glass factory and the Laclede Steel Mill this year OFFICERS john Peterson preszdent Ed Bonn secretary Eugene Bruce treasurer 1 -A' -nf 'A' 1 ir I 1 . , ' , , , L . , . . . , 1 The organization is loosely held together with a chairman and a treasurer to collect small sums which 1 , A : , : , - Home Economics Club Flrst row icquelme Wrlter Frrnces Crdman Mlss Henry Mlss Sldwell Mlss Hltchcock Evelyn Anglln Esther Lee Baker Beztrlce Mryer Second row Ednr Edsrll Kathryn Mltchell Mrrthi Vln Ausdoll Alvlm Von Bergen Louxse Lock Lrvon Furless Mrry Card Thelmr Alldredge Thwd row Hrrrxet Vollmer Cl rrl Hoifmin Anlti Lock Mlldred Lock Anne Johnson Nearly seven years rgo students of the Home ECODOIHICS Department orgrmzed the Home Economlcs Thrs club was organlzed Wxth the hope th xt glrls would le rrn to he more efhclent home makers The membershlp 15 lxmlted to those glrls h rvmg one semester of credltrhle Work IU Foods ClOfh1Hg or Person rl Reglmen The sponsors of the club are MISS Henry Mxss S1dwell md Mrss Hrtchcock OFFICERS Fxrst semester Thel1nrAlldredge presrdem Esther Lee Biker vice preszdent Anlttr Lock secretary Hrrrlet Vollmer treasurer OFFICERS Second semester Bertrlce Mayer presndent rcqutlrne Walter uce presudem Anne johnson secretary Hrrrlet Vollmer treasurer iii' iii' N . I: JL . 2 x 2 H 2 1 , . 5 A . , . . , , 1 , 2 A . : Q a , 1 , 1 2 z , ' . , ' , 2 2 , 1 2 , 1 . ' I 2 ' , 1 1 F , . , ' , . Club which is now affiliated with the state and national organizations. . . . . Y. A 4 , l . , . a L . A , , 1 A ' . , ' 1 1 , ' : 1 , ' f A 5 " , g L ' , . , 1 A ' A " , A Q ,la 3 A 4 , V f ' g - , g 1 f, . Camera Club Q35 "'3'W'a" . , 1 , ," - e ' 'TW f"Q.1.,?" 131,71 v,.-49544, 'Tk I , ' W 1 V Farst row Roger Breyfogle Mary Davas ane Me1senhe11aaer Leola Foulks Frances Cadm an Georgla Schumacher Betty Aulabaugh Gordon Bentley John Flexon Second row ohn Mathus Robert Hoxey Norman Bentley Bob Herb Tom Drlscoll IX an Show Harold Underwood Howard Hayes B111 Godwan Mr Kober The Camera Club re organl ed an September 1937 has expanded to ats present S1 e by the gradual UfOWlDg of w1de spread xnterest an photography The members both boys md garls he aded by fllmll' sponsors Mr Clark Mr Kober and Mr Thompson have gone far ID the dlfferent fields of photography maklng use of thear newly completed darkroom prlnts and films and for meetmg In the anner darkroom the actual prlntmg and dex elopmg work goes on The club also keeps two wlndows filled wath prants taken by members most of whom do thear own hnlshmg On exhabrt nlght the members exhlblt mounted prants an the llbmry an the form of a Salon The pactures ire the cholce prints of the dllferent members The club s ma1n mterest 1 to gate the members a ch ance to learn more about photography Thls as done IH the form of programs In the past there have been talks on coanposmon IUOYICD natural color shdes and praze wanmng pactures OFFICERS B1lIGodmn presldent John Mathus uce preszdent Bob Emmons secretary treasurer Bob Hoxey adlertzsmg manager 'kit iii' l ' 1 , 1 1 ' , 11 B ' , 1 , 1 1 1 , 1 1 , 1 1 , , . . J . y '. y. ' L 7 I 5 - 5 5 x 9 A , 1 , 1 1 ', , . . , . , . '7 ' . . ' ', , , 1 1 , 1 - , , 1 1 1 .. 1 1 5 1 I 1 . , . 1 ', 1 t V ', . 1 , . , 1 . . , 1 ' L 1 1 This room consists of 1an outer 1and inner darkroom. In the outer darkroom there is sp1ace for drying ' ' ' -, 1 ' . ' 1 1 1 B ' 1 ' ' N . 1 1 '1 . ' " c A I , T. " 1 ' ' 's ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 . " 1 . 1. 1 1 ' ' , " ', 1 1 1 ' " , ' 5 1 , ' f ' : ', f 5 Art Club Frrst 'row Dorothy Todd W111111 Colhm Lor1 Ie 1n P1r1Q Ruth W1ggo11er E11een Mohler Dorm Ruyle M1ry Ann W1S81111D Second 'row B111 Schnntt Nor1n1lee W1ght1111n Ann Kodrob M1nn1e M1e Hoqm D111nond kodrob M1ry E11 1heth Burnett Ruth W11ken Leroy Korte Thwd row Kenneth Pdmer uentmn M1xe1ner EdW1rd Buckshot 3tu1rt Boughton The purpose of the Art Cluh 1 To promote 111 worthy 1rt 1ct1w 1t1eb W1th1n the school The Art Cluh ww OI'Q1l11 td Octohtr 31 19711 w1th 1 n1e111htrsh1p of nmeteen Bthexmg th1t 1 9111111 cluh vt 1th xtrmtt 1d11119b1011 rtqulrtlnenti VNOLllk.i1'111hL 1 httter vuorlunv OI'g1111"1t1OI1 the Art Cluh 1115 the followmv C1 A student must hue h1d one vt lf of 1rt 111 Nome hlgh bchool 12 Dumng thu rtqtnred yt 1r of 1rt the btudtnt must h1xe 1n1de 1 gr1dc of B or LIWOVC C1 A student must recent 1 1n11or1ty xott when xoted 1I1fO the cluh Th Art Cluh pm 1 111 the sh1pe of 1n 1rt1st S p1Ittte 1nd h1Q three colortd Ntonei 111 lf Ormsus Fmt Ntmester W1l1111 Colhns preszdem Ann1 hodrob, uct preszdenz Dli111011L1 kodros stcnmrx utntm A MIXLIIIEY tretzsurer 0111112115 Second Qtxntmttr Qutntln A MIXLIHLT preszdem Ann1 lxodro- 1lL6f1TCSldE'IlI M1ry Eh 1h1.thBurnttt secrtttrrv EdVV1fd Butkxhot rretzsuxrer iii' iii .3 'V 0 s 1 1 5 , , 1 , 1 D 1 1 -, 1 , , , , 1 1 . 5 t , 1 1 , ', 1 x1 , 1 , . . - . ,,, , , 1 1.1 , , . . , . , , . ' 5 1 1 1 . ' ' -'YJ 'D V ' 5 1 I I 7 x vi 1 . 1 1. K1 1. , . , 1 . . 1 1 . 1 vv - - - ' 'I 5 A 5 5 Y '5' 3 H V 'I I - U 5 - f I 1 1 1 , 1 1 5 1 .11 , 1 U 1 -1 1. ftqU1I1.I11Cl1Es1 D 1 , ,, . , , ' . ' , . 1 1 I 1 1 - . . , , . . , . , . , . , 2 . D - , 'vm - 1' ' 1 -. v ' . - 1 1 . ' '. ' , . . A. , '. '. . , , ,, - ' ' C 5 1 1 1 1 . . 1 ' 1 1. ' . , . 1. . 1 ' - ., . , , ' , ' . . 7 . ,' ,f ' . ', ' , - . . . 1 ., , 1 , 1 , 1 2 1- D V xl 1, . 1 , . gf 1 'a 1 11 Q. . 1 ' 1' 3 - 1 ' , - H- , - s N ' - - 4 1 1 4 -1 1 ' 1- , , , . -.. ... , 1, 1 . . . Prophecy January Class 1939 Madame F1shbe1n of fin lake was xmported to do a crystal b1ll gazmg act that we m1ght see ourselx es now as others w1ll lxkely see us 1n 1949 OSWALD ACORD xs peddl1ng acorns THELMA ALLDREDGE IS s lllng furlmed shoe strmgs to the Eth1op1ans MARY BARON has 1ust publ1shed the not el The Tragedy Of The Flea FRANCES BATCHELOR IS busv l1ck1ng barber pole MILDRED BAUER 15 rapldly ga1n1ng fame as a tester of Beauty Rest Mattresses NORMAN BENTLEY IS a prom1nent lawyer 1n SIDCIIZ3. HAROLD BERRY cheese of pol1ce of Dogtown DORIS BLODGETT 15 happxly marrled LEO BOYD IS teachmg the feeble m1nded at Llncoln GAIL BRADLEY IS a peanut vender LOUISE BRAKE and ALMA BROER are do1ng Evangel1st1c work at th South Pole BECKY BROWN 15 a promlnent SOCICUY woman at Bnghton RUTH BUSHNELL has taken up flylng and has made several attempts to cross the MISSISSIPPI R1ver ELIZABETH CAREY has taken the pl1ce of Loulse Fazenda VIRGINIA CHEESEMAN IS no longer 1 cheese man IVIS CHISM has devoted her l1fe to typewrlter poundmg EUGENE CHURCHILL 15 teachlng Lat1n at Mont1cello GILBERT CLARK IS yell leader for bull Eghts IU gay Madrld ROBERT COLLINS 15 m1lk1ng cows somewhere m Kentucky LORRAINE COX has entered the Olymp1c games as Cl famous sw1mmer CALVIN CRAIG IS henpecked Mr Klunk JAMES CREECH has s1gned a four year contract wxth Cab Callow1y and h1s Harlem boys LYDA BELLE DAVIS 15 champ1on flm lack thrower at Len s JAY DEEM st1ll has h1s Hort tense MILDRED DOOLEY IS oper1t1ng a pxgeon farm 1n Cahforma THOMAS DRISCOLL 15 1 glgolo ID New York Cxty nrghtclubs ALICE ELLIOTT 1S st1ll tak1ng Iromzed Ye ISC 1nd has ga1ned s1x pound LACY ERWIN IS st1ll takmg Trxgo nometry I ELDON FISCHER IS 1 duck salesman for Joe Penner NORBERT FRANZ IS U S Ambassador to Fatherland HAROLD GAFFNEY IS a g1ant ID the Rlngllng Bros c1rcus LUCILLE GAMINDINGER IS a des1gner of lad1es garments at Youngs MARY ELIZABETH GETHING prefers Valleys to h1lls WALTER GIBBONS got t1red of workmg for the Glass Works and bought t DOROTHY GIBSON 1S st1ll Shawless DARWIN GILL IS cook at the famous greasy Doughnut Inn BUCK HAMER now he 1ds Bluff Clty HILLARD HAMILTON IS salesman for Wr1gley s Gum EVA HAND 15 l1v1ng 1n a penthouse IU Forkeyvllle JAMES HANSON IS New York C1ty s most respected dog ch1ser HENRY HEATH IS M1ddlewe1ght wrestl1ng chunplon at Gr 1fton BILL HEEREN IS a ch11mp1on h1gh d1ver who w1ll land on anyth1n BOB HERB IS st1ll seekmg the Golden Floss LELAND HEUER IS elev1tor boy at the Commerclal Bu1ld1ng JANE HOEFERT 15 house mother at S1gh S1gh fraternxty 1n Pasadena BILL HOERING now IS owner of H1ldebrands Flower Shop CLARA HOFFMAN 15 a n1ce quxet w1fe IH the country LEROY HOLLAND IS now IIVIDQ wlth the Foulk GEORGE HUGHES IS 1n outstandmfr contort1of11st 1t Bunker Hlll MYRON HUNT IS huntmg dandellons 1n Flor1d1 BILL JACKSON IS oper1t1ng 1n a1r tr rnsport from here to there 1nd s1ys bus1ness IS breezlng DAVID JACOBY IS ofhcnl drshwasher 1t the Gum Hotel BILL JARRETT h1s trken over Dorothy R1chter s Dmce Studlo MARY JENNINGS IS te 1ch1ng Englxsh It W M A WOODSON JOHNSON IS st1ll t1k1ng Chemlstry I at W1ShlngtOD U WALTER KASTEN IS workmv at the tr1nket counter at Woolworth s DIAMOND KODROS IS 1 greek goddess l1v1ng IU the Med1ter ranean LEROY KORTE 15 st1ll taklng snaps for the d1v1s1on pages ID the 1939 Tatler T P LEWIS 1 head football coach at Moro JOHN LOCK IS Master of CCf6mOH16S at the Chase Club ELSIE MALONE IS opera smger It Schubert Rlalto MARY MALONE IS governess 1n a German famlly of twelve LLEWYN MARCH 15 now K1ndergarten teacher at Horace M1nn STANLY MATTHEY IS no longer Rowl1ng He h1s l1nded BOBBY MIDDLECOFF IS makmg b1gger and better w1sh1ng m1ch1ne wr1ngers GLEN MILLER IS gym 1nstructor 1n Godfrey Hxgh School KENNETH MILLER IS champ1on sk1 Jumper of the world DOROTHY MOLL IS st1ll smgle because run falls at Mont1cello EDWARD MOOK has at last come 1nto h1s 1nher1tance CLARENCE MOORE IS best garbage collector 1n Ch1CHg0 BILL MYERS has succeeded w1th the C1t1zens Coach Co and now llves on the r1ver 1n Fa1rmount LEATRICE NIEDERNHOFER has taken over Eddle Duch1n s Orchestra MARJORIE ODONNELL 15 attemptxng to solve the problem What Makes the K1tchen S1nk7 DOROTHY OLDHAM IS secretary to ANDREW OSBORNE the new pres1dent of the FIXIE shop GEORGETTA PARKER IS st1ll parked 1n Can 1da JACK PENNING IS pres1dent of Everyth1ng Incorpor1ted LAURA PETERSON IS hash sllnger at the B1g 5 WILBERT PETERSON has 1ust refused the pres1dency of the U S as It offers no future JAMES PHILLIPS now owns Ph1ll1ps 66 GEORGE REDMAN 15 the last of the Oflglhal Amer1cans ERVIN ROENNIGKE IS Rubmoff s successor on the rad1o GEORGE RYRIE IS a W1se man JACKLYN SCHNEIDER IS 1n Greenland try1ng to catch the drlft BETTY SCHRIMPF IS a bookkeeper for J Pxerpont Morgan Investment House 1n New York Clty SUZANNE SCOTT has turned wr1ter and her latest nox el How to W1n 1 Husband has sold eleven cop1es JACQUE SEILER IS cartoomst for Alton Even1ng Telegraph KATHRYN SHARKEY h1s been awarded a Carnegle med 11 for rescu1ng the cat from the well wh1ch llttle Johnny Green pushed 1n CLYDE SHEETS IS manufacturmg refr1gerated bed sheets for hotels and restaurants IVAN SHOW has at last caught up w1th fortune and IS band dlrector at Colhnsvllle GLEN SMITH IS the star football contmued on page 95 M. 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K-S I an in .. , "i. , 1 Mg... .' vi f. rv x , v1 A,, 5--Q, A., ,., 7- X ' " Q , 1' 1' 1 Alphabehcal L1st of Aclverhsers Allen G I 1nd L E Alton Bakmg Es' C1ter1ng C0 Alton Banklng Ee' Trust Co Alton Brlck Co Alton Chapter Crder of DeMo1ay Alton Creamery Co Alton Evenlng Te1egr1ph Alton Floral Co Alton L1undry Co Alton Lumher CO Alton M1nera1 Wool Co Alton Refr1ger1t1on Co Alton Tent Es' Awnlng Co Alton Tlres S11es Co Alton W1ter Co A Es' P B1ker Serx ICC Stat1on Betty Jem Shoppe Block Ice Cre 1111 Co Boh s Bind Box Cleaners Brindenherger s C-Iewelers Bro1dw1y Market Brown john T Inc Burt L1undry Buster Botthng Works C1mp if Walker C1mphe1l B1rher Shop C1t1zens Co1ch Co C1ty Fuel E! Supply Co Co1nn1un1ty Da1ry Comp11ments of 1 Fr1end Co SCTVICC O11 Co Dee Flor 11 Co Degenhardt Pharm 1cy De Luxe Cafe Dr1ke S1d T1re Co Drury Ei We 1d Co F1tzger1ld Bottl1ng Co Flrst N1t1on1l Bank Es' Trust Co F1en11ng Thos Co G1te1y s Inc Gent Funer 11 Home Gmter W1rde1n Co Godwln W I Gouldlng s 1 ewelersj Hamer I C Food M1rts I'1lI'U111DI1 LOUIS 1 C1oth1ers Henry To111 Smcl 11r St1t1on Heskett M 1ch1ne C0 Hudson s Clewelersl Hutchlnson Motor C0 Hyndm 1n lce Eff Fuel Co lxendnck Cf L1ndh11d Kerr s Drug Store Kllnke Ice fs' Fuel Co Laclede Steel Co L1ke VIEW College of Commerce Laux s Beauty Shop Len s Sandw1ch Shop Llndley W F Serv1ce Stat1on Luer Bros Packrng fs' Ice Co Luly john C Drug Co Mary N E Me1tner J W Serx ICC Stat1on Melhng Eff GASBIUS Prlntlng Co Metropolltan L1fe Insurance Co M111er Dan CO M1nera1 Spr1ngs Hotel M1ss1ss1pp1 Valley Coal Co Modern Weldmg Co Mont1cel1o College Noll s B1kery North Alton S1nc1a1r Statxon P1u1 Pharm 1cy Poole Rock Ph1r1111cy Pr1nc1p1a The Ram Sf? Ram Randall Gene Red Es' Whlte Grocery Co Reeder C011 Eff Ice Co Re111ey Brothers Inc RGISS Studlo Rub1c1m Busmess College S1v1dge SCFVICC Stat1on Se1rs Roehuck 1nd Co Sessel s 7 Up Ste1n D1str1hut1ng Co Sewell SCFVICC St 1t1on Shell Petroleum Corp Shurtleff College Soltermmn Grocery Sprmgman Lumber Co Stanard T11ton M1111Dg Co Stank1 Garage Steck Insurmce Agency Stratford Hotel Streeper Funer 11 Homes Sunny SCFVICE St 1t1ons SWIID Servlce SEIIIOD Threde Auto Co Todd C1e1n1ng Es' Dye1ng C3 Towne Shoppe Tr1 C1ty Grocery UNION Electrlc Co of ll11no1s Ve 1th F H E-f Sons Vogue Wells T1re Co Inc Western C 1rtr1dge Co Wlckenhiuser 1 W WIIIIIHISOD Ph1rm1cy Young s Dep1rtment Store P8g I I C Page 9 , . .1 . . ..... .. ..,., ., ..104 , ........ ,..... . . ...124 ' A A 2 A ... .. ..... ..122 1 A .. .. . ..116 ' A A . .........,. ... 94 A ' ....,. ..,..... .. ...117 A . ....,....,....,.. ...... 100 l A .,.....,..,,...,.... .115 1 1.. ...122 ' , .., ' ' .............101 ' . .....,,. .. .. . 93 . 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A, ' U '- H- -g V ' - A " " ' "' " " 116 ........... ... .. .. . . . . 119 A' 1 1 111 A ., .. .. .. 126 1 ' . .... .. 103 - 1 1 , .,,,, , ,, 00 ' ' 1 .. . . 1109 ' 1 . 120 I ....,... .. . . 103 A 2 1 2 ....... ... . .. .111 A A , ,,.,,,,4 ,, , ' Q .. .. .. .. . 126 September September September September September September September September September October 5 October 5 October 1 October 1 October 1 October 20 21 October 2 October 2 October 2 November November Nou ember Nov ember November Nox ember November November November Calendar Farst day of school Fur and warmer Mass Bashop Mrs Walters Mr Thompson Mr Berrv and Mass lones were the new teachers Mass jones from Engl and an exchange teacher vuath Mass ewell Sutherland abroad from Alton Hagh Old Sol enganeered part day holadays Heat vtaxe broken when 1 273 lnch of ram fell End of two days ram and so cool we forgot at had ever been hot Frrst Assembly Day Loyalty song' Form r star athlete of Alton Hagh spoke to both assemblaes Punk Wood Actlxaty Tacket sales were begun All s aool ISSUE of Tlmes dxstrabuted Receptxon for new faculty memb rs by ta old at Chautauqua All school sang popular musnc Smvanff lei by Mr Brubaker of the local Y M C A Faar representatlow of stuient body at Ca r L ader try out Those selected were Herb Wankler Evelyn Anglan Mary Ellzabeth Burnett and Bobby Young Farst football game Too much Auburn 23 to O Professors lessen and Decker of Shurtleff College Conservatory gave a program of vocal and anstrumental musac of excellent quallty Tatler Staff supplaed World Serxes mform ataon to the school Haghly publacazed Edwards valle football team w1th Henke the1r star held to 1a 66 score Columbus dascovered Ameraca 446 years ago We lnducted Student Councxl officers wlth ex mayor Tom Butler as guest speaker The officers B111 Drake presldent Harold Patterson xace presxdeat Ealeen Ash secretary Tom dadnt guest and Mr Prultt speeched Wood Raver home comang wrecked by Alton 200 Mr Von Fuchs of Shell Petroleum company at Roxana spoke at both assemblae Holadays' Whale the school m arms of MldlSOD County meet for 2 day an our bu1ld1n0 to learn how to do better what they are already doang East St Louas Packers were smacked down 13 6 Amateur Assembly Day Don Smalley won first 1n A assembly and Norman Bentley s swang band won ln B assembly Bellevalle beef trust ran rough shod over the Red Bards for thear fifth conference wm and our hrst conference loss Semor Hxgh band under dlrectaon of Mr Porter pleased both assemblxes wath a most appeal mg program Collansvxlle took at on the nose 12 7 after grvang Alton fans heart faalure then 2 Redmond Schwartz passes and runs put us on the 8 yd lane and 2 plays netted a touchdown Dean G M Stevens of Washlngton Umversxty spoke to A assembly Mr Pru1tt con ducted a crta enshap class an B assembly Madason hrt the dust when Alton pas es clrck d Score 28 0 Twenty years ago an end of war Dramatlc Club play Don t Ever Grow presented to za large audlence Fave weeks gradrng peraod and OH' Maraonette show an both assemblxes Redbrrds lost to Granlte 60 Rev Halton of Unataraan Church spoke to both assemblaes on Thanksgavang Normalee Waghtman was crowned Football ueen for 1938 Parade for Western game at 4 30 and bonfire at 7 30 contmued on page 91 89 6 A ' 1 V . 1A 1 " . 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EAST ALTON ILLINOIS K Made ln Your Own Community Used All Over The World 90 3 1 ll ,fl i 5-, Lf: Ljxscs-4 I Q f I X ' f W T: ,Y a :sl ' , X l ' ' 43-Y if you shoot Western XPERT .22's! ggftk s - 1'5" cl' n ffg.-Tw I ' 1 -1-3 xl' rx X T I . li Not ember 24 Nox ember 29 December 2 December 7 December Decem ber December December December Decem ber December December anuary anuary anuary anu ary January january .I anu ary anu ary anuary january January anuary anuary anuary anuary February February February February February February 9 2 2 Calendar contmued Turkey goo e duck chacken or what had you for d1nner7 Western hat the snovt and took number 8 successaxe date to a 60 tune PORE Western Dramatac Club presented Has Farst Sh axe to both assemblles uall and Scroll lnductaon for 24 new members Tharty sax uall Es' Scroll members enjoyed a fraed chacken danner at the Garden Gate Chuck Tackwell sera ed as toastmaster Coach Holt and 10 basketeers explaan the hardwood game of basketball and demonstrate Redbard grapplers trammed Western 385 Gallespae basketeers spalled the Redbards 28 19 Coach Holt played every boy who was dressed an attempt to locate has startang l1ne up erseyxalle nosed out the Redbards 28 26 Specaal assembly program a dascussaon of hagh school ethacs by Mr Hanna Coach jackson awarded 17 football letters an A assembly and Coach De ason gate 20 E letters an the B assembly Edwardsxalle 26 Alton 10 Latchneld 29 Alton 20 School dasmassed at 2 30 pm after an ampressave Chrastmas program Why The Chames Rang Collansvalle won an basketball 41 25 Basketball team lost to Herrm 23 21 an the Mt Vernon tournament Rex Krebs of 12th St Presbyteraan church spoke at both assemblaes Group pxctures taken for the Tatler Redbards capture Hrst basketball vactory of the season at Madason 23 19 Bellevalle Maroons spalled Alton 2516 Speech classes presented assembly program East St Louas 31 Alton 22 Granate Caty 41 Alton 25 Mr Chase presented the East junaor Hagh band an both A and B assemblaes Vandalaa 39 Alton 20 Wood Rxver 23 Alton 25 Yappa Yeah' ' ' ' Senaor Class play Beg1nner s Luck Edwardsxalle 18 Alton 23 Oh Boy' ' Semester grades and Commencement Exercises Alton 21 Decatur 31 at Decatur Second semester begans under the shadow of sorrow as Mass Cartwraght passed away Funeral servaces were held Wednesday February 1 Collmsxalle 39 Alton 19 Mr Cox of Byrd s south pole expedataon showed pactures and lectured on the expedataon Madason 21 Alton 32 Bellevalle 16 Alton 17 Father Lxnk gaxe has lecture on Bards East St Louas 29 Alton 23 contmued on page 102 91 , a S Q , , 1 , , 10 J 3 f ' f . 12 'f 2 1 J ' ' ' ' . 2 2. 14 A 2 " ' 16 2 " 1 . 17 ' 2 . 4 N , . A 'A I j u . . . ,. . 7 2 2 2 ' f ' . . january 3 First day of school after the holidays. J 4 '. . ' ' . J 5 ' . J' 2 6 ' ' ' 2 ' ' f -li 2 7 ' 2 ' f . 11 ' . ' 2 13 . A : . 2 2 14 2 ' ' z . Ja 2 18 . 2 ' ' ' 2 ' 2 2 ' . J' ' 19 ' 2 4' : . 20 ' I . A lf . . . . 21 ' N ' l .U J 23 V 1 . . . J' f 27 ' ' . bl' 28 : , . J' ' 30 A ' ' ' . 3 ' 'A 1 . 10 ' : . 2 11 ' : . ' 16 2 ' 2 ' ' " ' ' 17 ' . ' 1 . Proposed new admzmstratzon and science bmldmg Large numbers of your fnends and schoolmates attend Shurtleff College We offer opportunltles for hne college tralmng equal to those you w1ll be able to find at long dxstances from home and at much less expense Complete Lzberal Arts Courses Full course 1n Busxness Traxnxng mn an atmosphere affordlng all the advantages of real College L1fe And one of the fxnest Musxc programs that can be found Meet your old frxends and make many new ones on the Campus of Shurtleff The Pxoneer School Alton Ilhnoxs 92 Compliments of ALT ON W ATER COMPANY Alton Cream ery Alton I111no1s ALTON BRAND BUTTER MOBIL OIL and MOBIL GAS CAMP 8: WALKER SERVICE STATION Brown at Sermnary BILL BURT LAUNDRY CLEANERS 8. LAUNDERERS 2517 College Avenue CALL 21 f mphment f Jack Campbell BARBER SHOP 1716 Washmgton Ave Good Luck, Grads' The Home of Cheerful Cred1t Alton Lumber Co DISTRIBLTORS OF QUALITY PRODUCTS Phone Mam 302 Foot of Central Ave Alton I11 Alton Evemng Telegraph THE HOME NEWSPAPER Local News Assoc1ated Press BEST FOR SPORT NEWS Reaches 15 OOO Homes Da1ly 'k 41 fo ' s o I INEXT DOOR T0 TODD'SJ I . , . -' 9 ' ' as Alton Banking 8a Trust Co THE WEDGE BANK Z L0 M a f MONTICELLO COLLEGE , 5 IQ 5EAL Two years of lIberal arts college work 15 offered to prepare students for transfer to other colleges and unIversItIes for advanced studles Opportunxty for two or three years of general traInIng In hterature languages the fme arts natural and physzcal sczences and socxal stud1es IS also provIded for those students who upon graduatxon do not plan to contxnue theIr formal educatIon In college The Preparatory School whzle affxlxated wzth the College In organIza txon 18 a separate unIt so far as xnstx-uctIon and resIdence are concerned It affords students the advantages of contmuous traxmng through hxgh school and 1unIor college It also prepares them to enter the unIversItIes and the leadIng colleges for women 9-4 I l ll ll J 'ff' 7 -fl ' ' 'X' "1 '5 0 A ' lx I N .. Q D -,Q -3 ,J 5 GODFRIIY, ILLINOIS i nit , , W X Nt ---" Class Prophecy contmued player of the New York Glants HELEN SNYDER has gone hayw1re and 15 gangdoms most notor1ous moll PEGGY SOBER IS mannequxn for W T Grant Company dresses ALTHEA STOECKEL 15 matron of the Old Lad1es Home on State Street ROY STOTLER 15 buymg out A and P at the end of th1s year ELLEN TAAKE IS studylng dope CHARLES TACKWELL IS st1ll dr1nk1ng cream trylng to we1gh 150 lbs DOROTHY TODD has begun work 1n a needle factory and IS look1ng for the polnt DARVIN TOMLINSON 15 another P G who l1kes Alton H1 so well that he w1Il soon quahfy for h1s fourth dlplOl'I18. MARJORIE TROUT IS the new glamour g1rl at De Luxe Cafe MELBA VON NAHMEN IS the new taster for Planters Peanut Company MURETTA WARNER 15 1n a love nest ALVA WESTBROOK 1S s1ft1ng spmach IH a search for sand MARIAN WHITTLEMAN IS culturlng beaut1es NORMALEE WIGHTMAN has been promrsed the pos1t1on of Reg1strar at Alton Hxgh effect1ve Sept 1 1989 BERNICE WILKENING 15 taklng over Kate Smlths radro contract at once GENEVIEVE WILSON st1ll wa1ts for the moon to come over the mountam Thus I8 June, 1949, ten years have passed Oh' EVELYN ANGLIN the perenmal debutant of Alton IS observ1ng her tenth comlng out party Th1s tlme we belleve shell really make It MARGARET ARMSTEAD IS superv1sor of nurses 1n Cook s Hospltal St Lou1s EILEEN ASH 15 takmg her tenth year of P G IH order to keep anyone else from ru1n1ng The Tlmes PAULINE ASH IS st1ll seeklng answers to her squxrrely questlons PAUL AULABAUGH 15 play1ng football for Western M1l1tary JAMES BAEHLER IS as usual do1ng noth mg GLENDA BALLINGER IS ass1stant prxnclpal at Lovejoy School BEVERLY BARLEY IS now a muller s helper LOIS BAUER IS ass1st1ng her s1ster MILDRED 1n test1ng Beauty Rest Mattresses CARL BEDWELL IS a dentlst 1n Chlnatown IH San FTHHCISCO EURAL BEERS has gone lnto bus1ness for hrmself by dropp1ng the s on h1s name LOREN BENNETT IS 1 famous lecturer usually speakmg on the subject Better Late Than Never LEONARD BERTELS IS Amerlca s most noted Golf pro PAUL BIERBAUM IS a l1v1ng example of T1s Better To Have Loved and Lost Than Never To Have Loved But One MILDRED BLACK 1S st1ll a nervous wreck sufferm from the Cf1t1ClSm she recelved about the stale Jokes of the 1939 Tatler ROSE BONGIRNO IS the amous dancer Llttle Dutch1e ED BONN grew t1red of usherlng at the Grand so has bought out the R1tz and Gem 1n the chaln bus1ness stocked Wlth donkeys MARY ELLEN BRADY 1n her role of nurse 1S st1ll wa1t1ng for the opportunxty to care for an old man 1n h1S last 1llness KENNETH BREWER IS pasturxng bees and pedd11ng honey PAUL BREYFOGLE IS the new gate keeper at the Box Board NORMA BRISTOW IS st1ll sw1ng1ng on Western s gate looklng for that xdeal cadet and st1ll seelng red CORINE BROWN 1S now under study to Marlon Anderson IVA BROWN has followed her s1ster at Luly s Drug LUCILLE BROWN 15 a very sedate housekeeper for any n1ce old bachelor EUGENE BRUCE IS ass1stant Executxve Dlrector of Plasa Councxl of Boy Scouts JAMES BRUNAUGH IS owner of the Un1ted Amer1can Slldlng Roller Skate COYPOFHUIOD MORRIS BURMESTER 15 dlrector at Hellrung Playground MARY ELIZABETH BURNETT IS play1ng a comedy role IH the mov1es under the d1rect1on of Dan Morgenroth DON CANTER IS attemptmg to take Edd1e s place 1n radlo-oh me' ANNA BELL CHAMPLIN IS mother whose heart was p1erced by cup1d s arrow CLARENCE CHEW has forsaken chemlstry and 15 now one grand champlon 1n the wrestllng racket managed by h1s former coach Ha1nl1ne RITA CLEVEN GER has lost BOB and IS unconsolable NORMA LEE CLOSE IS pres1dent elect of the Salvat1on Army BETTY JANE CLOWER IS champlon b1cycle racer at Mxtchell Country Club RUBY COOK has never been able to do anythrng but cook GLADYS CORBIN 15 g1v1ng HdVlC6 On How To Reduce On Love BILL CRAIN has been promoted 1n U S Navy to the rank of Second Class deck scrubber MARIE CRESSWELL IS sell1ng watercress 1n the country EILEEN CURRY IS pr1v ate secretary to Alvm Dalton VICC presldent of Smrth s Beverly Farms MARY DAVIS IS st1ll chauffeur for her father ROY DEEM IS a new radlo announcer for stat1on L O R C H MARY DEHNER 15 Jerkmg sodas at Paul s new soda fountam JUANITA DOYLE IS manufacturmg soap for naughty boys mouths BILL DRAKE IS sell1ng the new permanent wave for automob1le t1res JOHN DRYDEN 15 st1ll The man about town and no woman can hold h1m VIRGINIA DUFF IS 1n her latest dance at a popular theatre called The Beck on New York s Sth Avenue LELAND DUNCAN for the 10th year has falled to use Pur1na feed and has never made a success of h1s ch1cken farm DICK ECCLES IS a double for Harpo Marx JESSIE LEE ELLER IS the new dean of women at Mont1cello HARRY ERNST IS st1ll sell1ng grocerles on Saturdays only JOHN EWEN and JACK FISKE and GEORGE FORBES are ldeal hus bands for ladles who say Oh just anyone IS good enough for me JAYNE FETTINGER IS posmg for notebook covers LEOLA FOULKS IS now supportlng Holland CHARLES GABRIEL IS operat1ng Clover Leaf Golf Course JEANNETTE GALLOWAY has assumed control of the RODIHSOH Beauty Parlor FRED GARROD has been d1sappo1nted 1n love and IS now a confirmed bachelor HILDA GIBERSON IS head of a home for old malds and other cats KARLEEN GOLIKE 15 st1ll just an oihce worker at Owens Ill1no1s RUTH GOSSRAU IS huntlng for the golden gate 1n order to galn sudden contmued on page 97 95 eh? MARVIN BOTT is head gardener at Fairmount. DOROTHY BRAY has just inherited a farm . . . 1 .. r . 1 . ' COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND f' fc!! 1 1.f'fL The Prlnclpla College ol Clp Liberal Arts lnvltes you to vzsnt tlwe campus at Elsalw lllmons for vnsltors passes address the Aclmlmstratson office ol THE PRINCIPIA St Louns Mo O Q r ' ., 1 A f 7 ,- 1 , X., . , 07 M, J , 1. 44? -' f' U f' V -L Q79 ' I 1 X XZ a ' N' Y l . f ff o .4 1 ' 1' f'4 , I I I I l a n Q o , 1 1 I - , - The ,mel Class Prophecy contmued wealth IDA JEAN GRANTHAM has gnen up hope and IS operat1ng a possum and cabbage farm 1n Hop Hollow ALLEN GREENE fa1led to grow up md IS now head caddy at Muny WILBUR GROVE IS st1ll repeat1ng h1s bookkeep1ng courses WILBERT HAMLIN IS st1ll making his llV1ng by salvag1ng used art1cles showered upon h1m by h1s saxophone audlences ESTHER HAND IS model1ng the modern hats at Goldfarbs VIRGINIA HAND has taken the place of Mae West 1n the latest mov1e sk1t Down East BARNARD HARMS IS pres1dent of Harvard NED HARRISON 15 the new manager of Shell at Roxana JOHN HARTNETT 15 the new mayor of Forkyv1lle DOROTHY HARVEY IS a torch s1nger IH Parls BETTY JANE HASLER has offered to sacr1Hce herself on the altar of matrlmony F1rst second and thlrd cholces are Jack R CLARENCE HECHLER 1S sp1k1ng punch 1n Ch1CHgO RUBY HENDERSON has won the tltle of MIHDIC the Smoocher BERNADINE HENK HAUS IS the first fem1n1ne mayor of Bethalto EARL HEPPNER has succeeded h1S brother as ass1stant photograph1c ed1tor of the local paper HAROLD HERMES 1S sell1ng scorecards for the baseball games at Sportsmans park EUGENE HICKMAN I5 d1rector at the Johnson Street Playground WILBUR TINE HICKMAN IS ass1st1ng Eugene EUGENE HINDERHAN has aga1n had h1s dr1vers l1cense suspended FRANK HUBER 15 a butcher ln the St C1n Grocery on H1llcrest Avenue JACKIE HYNDMAN IS HSS1St1Hg BILL in g1v1ng that new permanent wave to automob1le t1res GENEVIEVE JOHNSON IS st1ll SCHWEGEL S r1val JEAN JOHNSON IS trymg out for the role of Mad 1me Butter fly 1n Western Fllms Inc LESLIE JOHNSON IS the new Poet Laure1te of Engl 1nd the Hrst Amer1can so honored JANE KANE IS st1ll ass1st1ng the Basketb1ll co1ch 1t Alton H1gh IU enforc1ng" 7 tra1n1ng rules CLARENCE KASTEN IS the latest sensat1on 1n the Card1nal baseball cha1n gang DOROTHY KLINKE IS agam footloose and f1ncy free PATTY KOEHNE IS a f1t woman in the c1rcus NORMA LEE KORTE IS ass1st1ng BILL JARRETT at the dance stud1o formerly operated by Dorothy R1chter NORBERT KUHN no longer carrles the p1gsk1n but pdDSlCS 1nstead FRANCES LANE IS nursema1d for the Ol1n fam1ly MARGIE LARBEY IS 1 now 1 Grafton CRANE WALTER LENGACHER IS North Alton s smoothest barber JULIA LEWIS IS runn1ng a dog store at the corner of Brown and M1lls JAMES LINEBARGER IS complet1ng English 8 DORIS LIPPOLD IS an old ma1d SHERI DINE LIVELY has her 1deal home THELMA LONG IS a successful doctor IH P1e Town WAVA LONG IS a t1ght rope walker w1th R1nvl1ng Bros C1rcus DORIS LORCH 15 a famous art1st and now l1ves 1n Poland ESTHER LUCAS IS employed as ma1d VIVIAN McARDLE IS graduatxng from Shurtleff just Eve years behlnd Lahleln HAROLD McBRIDE IS Ambassador to Russ1a BILL McKEE MARKHAM IS first lleutenant ID Alton Rellef Corps BOB MARTIN IS chief cook at Randall s Gr1lle QUENTIN MAXEINER ls des1gn1ng puppets for the Art Club BEATRICE MAYER 1S serv1ng as office asslstant to our dean of girls Mlss Wempen JANE MEISENHEIMER finally got her man ANNA MAE MELTON IS work1ng ID Busy Bee Candy factory DONALD METZGER IS pr1nc1p1l of Roxana Hlgh School DORIS MEYER 15 t1k1ng t1ckets at the NOfS1dC IRENE MISEGADES has taken over Alton H1gh School hbrary JEAN MISEGADES IS makmg tees for dumb golfers PAULINE MITCHELL IS d1rectress of Alton s latest dance orchestra the Boom Boom boys CADDIS MORGAN IS mayor of Boys Town THELMA MUEHLMANN his shortened her name to mule MARILAE MUESSEL IS Fosterburg s Greta Gnrbo BETTY MYERS IS m mager of Walnut Grove Dairy GEORGE NAUYOK IS wr1t1ng h1stor1cal novels LOUISE NETZHAMMER IS 1ss1st1ng her BUCK HAMER 1n the OPCFHCIOU of Bluff C1ty CLEMENTINE NOLAN IS operatxng a nxght club 1n Harlem EDWARD OBERMILLER IS a farmer near East Alton BERNARD ORRIS IS st1ll pa1nt1ng s1gns 1n Granxte C1ty EDWARD PARKES 15 operat1ng the P1rk It yourself parking lot HAROLD PATTERSON IS the present manager of the Coca C011 Works VIRGINIA PATTERSON 15 1 deslgner of holeless dough nuts FLOYD PAUL IS operat1ng a Poag SCYVICC station VERNON PEEBLES IS marble champ1on ID P1e Town JOHN PETERSON IS senator elect from Podunk Korner DOLORES PFAFF IS the Wlfe of a dentlst and l1ves 1n San Franclsco Ch1natown BOB PHILLIPS 15 try1ng to get a corner of Ph1ll1pS 66 NORMA PHILLIPS has not been seen nor he1rd from SIDCC d1sappear1ng from Moskm s where she had served as a model RICHARD PITTS 15 chmgmg t1res at Sears Roebuck YVONNE UINTAL has taken her mother s place as s 1les lady at Vogue BETTY RAIN IS engaged to be marr1ed the 31st of th1s com1ng September ALICE REEDER has gone to Porto R1co to lecture on the subject How To Catch Suckers BILL REID has Jomed the sales force of Reilley Bros CHARLES RIB BECK IS butcherlng hogs for Luer Bros FRANK RICHARDSON 15 just wakrng up from a 10 years sleep NORMAN RICHEY IS a second Demosthenes ORVILLE RINK 15 now propr1etor of the Elm Street Skat1ng R1nk RUTH ROBERTS IS doubl1ng with her s1ster RUBY in the vaudev1lle act Roberts and Roberts OLGA ROSACK IS now maklng socks for the Cossacks 1n S1ber1a JANET ROTHACHER IS Alton s most famous referee 1n women s sports GEORGE RUCKMAN IS operatmg an asparagus farm DORIS RUYLE 15 the slgn palnter for Tr1C1ty PIERCE SANFORD and h1s brother TEMPLE have bought out Thr1fty Drug on E Broadway LAVERNE SANDER IS cla1m1ng ownershlp of Sanders Drug Store GLADYS SCHEFF IS the woman laeavywexght chlmplon boxer BETTY SCHIPPERT IS Hltlers mterpreter DAYTON SCHMIDT IS st1ll wonderlng how to pass continued on bage 118 97 l - 2 , .. .. i . , . . , . ' 1 1 - ' . ' ' 2 2 2 A . . " ' ' ' ' ' 2 ' 1 A . 1 , 1 1 . . . . Q . 2 li ' ' . is a farmer on Jerseyville road. MARY MAGILSON is soup taster in the school cafeteria. JOHN ' ' . 4 1 ' ' 2 ' . ' I Z . . 1 2 . ' 2 ' f 2 Q , K . 1 1 . 1 N ,, I I . I . . . . I D D D -T D 0 K D ' . 1 . ' ' ' 1 i . Q. u P 1.964 'B FW 1939 AIIY 5255485 ALTON JERSEYVILLE DECATUR l C HAMER FOOD MARTS Prlces, llilllty 'md SCIVICC 1904 State St Brown at Rodgers Phone 1584 Phone 2260 "RED 8: WHITE" FOOD PRODUCTS 9 TH 1. .., A , .Ax K 'QQ5' 9 C I For ir o J Q 0 t . 0 ir Alton Tent 8: Awning Co. AWNINGS TENTS and TARPAULINS GYMNASIUM MATS 551 E. Broadway Phone 1304 Sid Drake Tires Custom Built WEBSTERIZED-TREADS FOR- YOUR-SMOOTH- TIRES VULCANIZING 1214 E. Broadway Phone 583 C A L L Alton Floral Co For ANYTHING IN FLOWERS Leo W1ll1s Propr1etor Phone 180 555 E Broadway n Ideal Glft for the Graduate A BULOVA WATCH FINE DIAMOND RING ranimnherglzr 5- 215 P1asa St DEGENHARDT PHARMACY PROFESSIONAL PHARMACISTS Broadway at Pxasa Alton Ill FOR ECONOMY Lunchatthe DE LUXE EVERYTHING mn SANDWICHES Open Day 2519 and College Alton Tire Sales Co 435 37 E Broadway Phone 805 SKID SAFE DUAL 10 GENERALS THE FAMOUS HAWKINSON RECAPS Alton s Leadxng T1re Store Betty jean Beauty .Shopp IAIR CONDITIONEDJ COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Maxxne Whetzler Prop Phone Mam 132 1610 Wash1ngton Alton Ill A . ' or 1+ 1+ , L I f 4: 1 ' ' Night Avenue - ' 6 99 RAIN E99 RAIN FOOD MARKET Gcwclen Fvesh Hzghest Qualzty F vmts and Vegetables Meats STATE AT ELM ALTON ll lovely thtngs 111 truth belong To htm who best employs them Alton Face Buck ll F S f L ALTON BRICK CO V--Christopher Morley Beauty W Comfort If Durability Economy I ire a ety These flags mean I am sharzng the way 2 0 of all our wasteful Stop and Go dr1v1ng can be el1m1nated traffxc experts say' Take a stand aga1nst Screwdrlvers and the1r trafflc boners' Joxn the Shell Share the Road Club a natlon w1de crusade for common sense drxvmg stat1on and he ll attach the handsome Share the Road emblem to your car to show that you are dolng your part Hell also g1ve you a free booklet show1ng how Screwdr1vers and the1r traffxc boners p1le up Stop and Go Remember for the Stop and Go you CAN T avo1d you ll save w1th Super Shell Remember Share the Road and SUPER SHELL both save on STOP and GO BILL M EITN ER MILTON ROAD Dan M1ller Co , Inc Auto Body and Fender Repalnng Duco Ref1n1sh1ng Tlres and Auto Glass SHELL SHELTERED SERVICE Phone 934 510 14 Belle St Alton Ill W F' LINDLEY SERVICE STATION Phone 2746 3410 College Ave Alton Ill SAVIDGE SERVICE STATION Full Lzne of Supenor Shellubr1cat1on Products Guaranteed Automobmle Lubr1cat1on 1813 Central Ave Alton SHELL SHELTERED SERVICE H . .... 5 57 Pull into your Shell dealer's H - . . . . , Ill. 101 Calendar contmued February Granate Caty W5 Alton 19 February Wood Raxer T2 Alton 19 February School dasmassed at 2 50 Washangtons Barthday February Moxae an colors and lecture on The Lafe of Llncoln February Band Concert by Senaor Hagh and East lr Bands and xasatang soloasts from the conference Februarx Donkey Basketball game Faculty defeated senaors 32 '72 March Tallaae The hr t 100 years an baseball Amerlcan League March Elmer gaxen an assembly by Dram atac Club March Elex en organazataons co operate an a Stunt show whach netted oxer S325 for Shurtleff Thas ancludes S120 from sale of brlcks by the German Club March Prof uaz hour Ted Catt and john Dryden were wanners March Memora al Assembly to Mass Cartvuraght March Communaty Sang March Cal ah ad Iones three act comedy presented by Dr4am4at1c Club M arch Margaret Craggett and her xaolan Apral Speca al assembly Lecture on Cancer Apral Coach Muellerlaelle of St Louas U spoke Apral Student Councal Show Apral Communaty Sang Apral Rev Warden of College Axe Baptast Church May Behand the films lecture May Thespa an Pl ay The Trystang Place May Shurtleff A Capella Choar Boys Cabmet Party May Up the Raver on the annual excursaon May Dr Wananaer new presadent of Shurtleff spoke May Senaor play Laxender and Old Lace une Honor Socaety Inductaon une St Louas Browns Baseball Club une Baccalaureate une Barn Dance for 4 2 s une Muny Opera for 4 2 s une Baseball game for 4 2 s une 42 Breakfast at Chautauqua 41 and 42 party une Fanal grades for all Daplomas to 4 2 s Farewell' ' ' if ar In Appreclahon M A Maud lone came to us lor the school year of 1038 '39 from Bedvuellty Second arx School Aberbargoed Monmouth hare England an exchange for Mass Iewell Sutherland who has spent the Vear abroad We hope that the Engla h haxe formed as good oplraaons of us through thear touch vaath Mass Sutherl and me haxe been able to form ofthe Englash from our assocaataon veath Mass lones It a e ancere vua h of Us all that lafe m ax be long and full of the goodness of the earth to an amba a dor ot fraendshap and good wall 10 4 ' 18 4 4 4 , 1 . 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'I' 4 ROCK POOLE PHARMACY Compliments of MISSISSIPPI Valley Coal Company Phone 1942 A11 Grades of Coal and Coke THE REXALL STORE F U E L O I L S STOKERS PERFECT STOKER COALS Phone 2044 2526 College Avenue CITIZENS COACH C0 rqpfueacfe THE PATRONAGE OF THE STUDENTS MAY WE CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU BETTER AND WITH MORE SERVICE Speclal rate to students on charter buses 105 1+ af if ff BUILDING MATERIALS I 4 4 ,M All fav- 'b'25?"f""' ,u 5 3 5 ., '14 -if 'vw 6 .A W - , -xv le lg 1 l ' I 42" ,f lr- - . A wa-? u Y il--, Pitman... .I 'N COMI'I.IMENTS OF STREEPER FUNERAL HOMES GdFdL TRI CITY GROOERY COMPANY X ALTON WOOD RIVER or " oo " oo , et the f C!.?WJb7, ' evfue To c - 107 "At Your Service" QPXXBVJI 45 Bob S 'U- Band Box Cleaners ODORLESS DRY CLEANING Phone 193 It Costs Less To Use The Best V7"i',1lTgV"""' 'Viv' WSRIUAA, is yy- 1 wif 'X-xv is noun Amencan Beauty Flour the favorlte of thousands of house w1ves for over 50 years 15 m1l1ed from a perfect blend of the fmest wheat obtamnable Its un1form hxgh qual1ty never varles Every sack guaranteed ASK YOUR GROCER FOR AMERICAN BEAUTY P W 2HTepuSQ.ILZf'g F L O U R 1 It Blooms m Tom' Oven N DI- IN 'KIT N IOS 'ff 9,14 'YQ' , 1'- 5 . , 1 -' "" ' "" Z" "" i"'-- .1 ' . rr ? . " . F 1 mi 1 . . . . ' i 2 ' 2 f - x v 3 i WV BEAUTY 1 .. J F .X ia -H,,,.,, 5 2 i zLu"IC2'w,gS: . - . . . f - KR Q CC - ,Q NX Y .Lx 3 A , , of BUSTER BOTTLING VVORKS Manufacturers of ORANGE CRUSH--MANDALAY PUNCH KING KOLA Try the New Health Drink --S Q U I R T-- 3140 Phones 3245 Rublcam School OFFERS Thorough preparatlon for SECRETARIAL STENOGRAPHIC and ACCOUNTING POSITIONS Placement Serv1ce wlthout Charge to Rub1carn Graduates Summer Classes 1n Shorthand and Typewr1t1ng Day and Evenzng Classes Three convenxently located schools 4933 Delmar Blvd FOrest 3900 3469 S Grand Blvd Ll-lclede 0440 7701 Forsythe Blvd CAbany 4102 Comfort olstyle olfalue Kendrlck 8: Llndblacl glasses OPTOMETRISTS OPTICIANS 619 East B roadway A ITON ILL One OHICB only In Alton s East End Oppos te the Wedge Bank , f ' . f f n ivi ua an roup nstruction - I ' . I d d l dG I I ' ada, a ww 109 I .Y1vx- , -I ' . """'Y ng 4 'fr ff! i" 'J 1- 3'6" , A 'if I H- 1 ' f '4 f YQ '.ffQ Q4 AN , 51 1 'S 'W .K M ff . . , V vm Q an L. if. , 1. . , iq I , t A lr. -ig fxh. 6 gfQ g 1 ef.. 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THE BRIGHT SPOT Broadway 8: Monument Telephone Ma1n 2681 Thomas J Flemlng Co PLUMBING and HEATING CONTRACTORS 214 E Broadway Alton ee HESKETT MACHINE 8: ENGINE CO Fon GENERAL MACHINE WORK Automob11e and M111 Supphes Phone 329 W I GODWIN OFFICE and SCHOOL SUPPLIES Alton I111no1s GRADUATION GIFTS EMBOSSED NAME CARDS 50 for 75 cents COAL COKE BUILDING MATERIAL LInk Belt Stoker O11 Burners Fuel O11 C1ty Fuel 5.99 Supply Company Phone 549 OHICG 1500 Phones Res 3719 W SAY IT WITH FLOWERS Dee Floral Co Membe Flo sts Teleg aph Assoc atxon 2524 College Ave Alton Ill InSu1at1On Glass Pa1nt Sewer T1le Gmter Warde1n Co Phone 59 Front 8: Langdon Alton Ill : ' S . , Ill. 1 ' ' ' - Lumber -- Millwork -- Roofing O r ri r i ' . 11- 185 8 411939 CONTINUOUS JEWELRY STORE LEADERSHIP I ALTON Give A Graduation Gift From GOULDING S e y e t JEWELERS OPTOMETRIST GOULDING S I A REEDER COAL at ICE COMPANY F lrst N atlonal Bank and Trust CO Orzent Coal PURE DISTILLED WATER ICE 113 21 me Over Y Years of A' n 0 ' ' ' ' o Use Our Def rred Pa m n Plan I Registered Jeweler -- American Gem Society C pl r f , 4 4: O if 4 1+ 4 Phone 292 I ', 1 U , , S .' . ip l 3 I 2 5 .nf 4 ' 6 Q 'T ' 'Q X 4 I 14 'U' ' , - A fb Q . 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W Vx 'Q - . 4 Ll is 71. .u JA. ,,gff"., 'W r W 8 'Q . ,, if HV" X In iz' 'fs 0 Wi F5557 oAf.ClU 'I I RDS- BELLE sts BROADWAY ,moss sr Auron, lu, PRESCRIPTIONS nd FOUNTAIN SERVICE Thlrd and Belle Street Broadway at Rldge Street LEN S STEAK HAMBURGERS 2427 College C rmpllments rf Compllments f KLINKE ICE 8: FUEL COMPANY 6th 8: Oak Streets Phone 222 fwx Stem D1str1but1ng Co Phone 1908 826 E '.7th St Alton Ill SOLTERMANN Carrxes a Complete Lxne of GROCERIES and MEATS Serv1ce Quahty Pr1ce We Del1ver 2900 Brown Phone 2608 Geo E Sewell Phone Owner 897 Prompt and Courteous Standard Service Complete Lubncatxon Txres Batterxes Accessor1es 941 College Ave Alton, Ill ll 9 X A w . 0 ., -1, "-- f, ff.. .- 9 ' .0 P f -', . . 1 11,' Lake View College ef Commerce 4 'A' A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR PREFERRED OFFICE POSITIONS Phone 1884 Broadway at Market Alton I111no1s "ALTON'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWELRY STORE" P ll S O 'Vl S Q6 ' JEWELER - WATCHMAKER 41 1+ Charge Accounts Welcome 312 Belle St Phone 1435 TOWNE Shoppe WOMEN S APPAREL Jun1ors M1sses Womens 209 P1asa Cnear Thrrdj Alton s Only F1reproof Hotel 1511121 Stratfnrh A Home Away From Home OPERATING TICK TOCK COFFEE SHOP STRATFORD BEAUTY SHOP STRATFORD BARBER SHOP Beauty Shop mn Montzcello College N E MARY 16 Years 1n Alton UPHOLSTERING SLIP COVERS u I m Bull! Furniture' Compllments of Metropolitan Lnfe Insurance Co ALTON OFFICE C A Parnsh Mgr I- Irblen Asst Mgr C Prrce Asst Mgr Qduek II Rlce Baird Schrumpf O Weawr Vkenxe-r A Ready W Laxender I' Rothermel Dunn I Pllardo Ham on H Lxsery H Beck Vhlkey Nlnth 8: Alby Phone 1567 I Hlckerson 'I 'k i 4 1 n s ' ' A. 1. I , . 1. A., ,' . :'..'.l ' H. " I. .K 0.15. 'l' k DRAPERIES I,f?"f' U 'iefze' ,Q ff' ,, , ..- xxx. C80 C. -.1" R. ' 's . f . A L. f' 116 Sprm gman Lumber Co LUMBER MILLWORK GLASS PAINTS VARNISHES ROOFING BUILDERS HARDWARE C E L O T E X INSULATING MATERIAL Telephone Ma1n 210 Broadway and Cherry St Alton Il11no1s OUR WRECKERS ARE THE BEST IN TOWN CALL US ANYTIME Equlpped W1th Power W1nch Stanka Garage State and Delmar We specxalzze 1n GENUINE AUTHORIZED PARTS Auto Repa1r1ng Fender Body Work Pa1nt1ng Day 3179 PHONES N1ght 1649 E F PAUL PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST 2510 State St Alton Ill NORTH ALTON SINCLAIR SERVICE Fountazn Service Wes Perclval Jr Manager LUBRICATION and WASHING We Call For and Dehver 3353 Belle St Call 3575 CHAS E ROSS HARDWARE and FEED 2520 College Avenue Alton Ill1no1s LAUX S BEAUTY SHOP PERMANENT WAVING BEAUTY CULTURE Roberta Laux Prop Evenlngs by Appolntment 2522A College Ave Phone Alton, Illinois 9 . 858 117 1 Class Prophecy contmued Chem1stry II JEAN SCHMOELLER 15 runnmg a fash1onable teashop ID Pumpk1n center GEORGIE SCHUMACHER 15 sellmg beauty preparat1ons as a house to house canx aser makes 50 cents a day com mlsslon BETTY SCHWARTZBECK has gone to Chlna as a mlsslonary EDWARD SCHWARTZ BECK IS keep1ng a stable of r1d1ng horses w1th the a1d of Fay HELEN SENZ 15 elocut1on1st at Chautauqua durlng the WIDCCY season EVELYN SHEWMAKER 15 novs sales woman for the Adams Pr1nt1ng Co FRANCES SHORT IS an understudy for Norma Shearer MURIEL SHOW IS showlng West Alton Mo what Alton H1gh d1d for her ELIZABETH SLOAN has taken over and manages Sloan L1n1ment rad1o hour ALPHONSE SMITH IS eat1ng holes IH Amer1can cheese and sell1ng the rema1nder for SWISS RAY SPEER 15 the champ1on Jax el1n tosser of Mxlton Play Ground JAMES STAFFORD 15 a shoe shmer at U S Hat Shop NORMAN STANHOPE 15 standlng around ID Hope MARIAN STILWELL 15 stlll well DOROTHY STRAUBE IS cho1r leader at Elm Street Church ORVILLE THOMAS 15 head pharmac1st at Yungck s Drug Store JUNE TICE IS st1ll attempt1ng to ent1ce the Army ARMANDO TOVO 15 operat1ng the Sunken Garden of Alton ALBERT TROWER IS manager of College Avenue Tr1 C1ty Store WAYNE VAHLE IS a b1g butter and egg man MARILYN VAN METER IS operat1ng the Bethalto Ice Cream factory DOROTHY VEECK IS floor lady at Co Ed Frocks HOMER VENARDOS IS the new owner of the Venardos candy and What Not shop JIM VOEGE 1S 1n the poultry bus1ness DOLORES VOSS 15 tak1ng a cont1nued P G cours at M155 Wempen s re quest and serves the oflice qu1te eFkic1ently GLEN VOUMARD has ret1red from farmmv and moved to Alton 1n order to get much needed rest MARY JANE WALKER 15 the new teacher of soc1ology at Alton Hlgh VERDIE WALKER 15 pr1nc1pal of the Dunbar School ELDRED WALKINGTON 15 the new m1n1ster of Ma1n Street M6thOdlSt Church KATHLEEN WALTRIP IS des1gn1ng wallpaper for Langham s PATTY WATKINS IS teach1ng dramat1cs at the Upper Alton Stud1os THOMAS WEBER has cllnched a l1fe t1me Job as soda founta1n squ1rt at Rock Poole s PAUL WEESE IS meat cutter at College Avenue A Es? P ELEANOR WELHART 1S teach1ngEngl1sh IH Wood R1ver H1gh School THELMA WESTBROOK has gone West to find a brook GERALD WHITE 15 manufacturmg Wh1te s Shoe pol1sh JUNE WHITE 15 g1rls gym 1nstructor at Fosterburg RUTH WILKEN 15 an admlrer of Sweet W1ll13mS CLAYTON WILLIAMS IS wh1ttl1ng qu1ll toothp1cks JUNE WILLIAMSON Ice Cream Store on East Broadway ELEANOR WISEMAN has succeeded 1D gettmg her man George at last MARY ANN WISEMAN 15 operat1ng a cha1n of beauty parlors 1n Wood R1ver NORMA WOMACK 1S pres1dent of the organ1zat1on opposed to Mlce and Men PERRY WOOD would 1f he could 1f he would but he can t MILDRED WOOLRIDGE 1s lnspector of Hyg1ene IH the Alton School System MARY ELLEN YOUNG IS attemptxng to solve the problem Where does the l1ght go when the l1ght goes out7 DON ZIMMERMAN came 1nto the PICKUIC too late No d1CC' iliit JOKES One person who IS always playlng w1th matches 15 the amb1t1ous mother -o Bob I belleve IH starv1ng a fever and feed1ng a cold Frances Cqu1cklyJ Is thad zo? Achoo' Achoo' lo Bette Im savmg my money for a ralny day June And what are you gO1Dg to buy when you Enally spend xt" Bette An umbrella a sl1cker and a pa1r of rubbers 1-o Beverly What do you mean calllng me a fl1rt7 Why I always mmd my Ps and ack Yes but you can t make your Is behave' Q-o Dan1el Boone w1s asked 1f he had ex er been lost IH the woods No I nex er got lost Boone replled reflectnely But I was bevuldered once for three days MISS Sheppard Don correct thlS sentence Glrls IS naturally better lookmg than boys Don Smlth G1rl IS lI'flflC1illy better looklng th rn boys as To llugh 15 to be free from vuorry Who doesn t vsorry ln es 1 long tlme To llxe 1 long t1mc IS to last Therefore he vuho laughs lasts 118 O I I I , I I , ., . K ' . 1 . , . . . . . Z . q . . I . . is now assistant pharmacist at Frank Williamson's Drug Store. ALNETA WILSON is manager of Block's ' ' ' ' ' it ' ii - ,I bb ' v ii t ., , . Q , V Z .. 7 . . 1 , I . . ' 1 1 . , , , . 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' 1 , ' . , VUGU E V Omen s App 1161 Veath Eff Sons Cflrbondqlc IHIIIOIS Plwmg rwpfvz by the lima Sfuhru 924 East B oad ay mmme af dz :ma S Pho e 1506 t INSURANCE f14lUlfJlifIN'IlIS uf v ,' ' 13 5 . s 4 C L L , Vx H N ' A 1 7 ff , 1 , X , S In This TATJLIER H arry J. teck I1 R m 503 Firs National Bank Buildi , 0 , . f cf 'k .1 I' W 11,7 Electfrzc Cookery Is Cheap Alton TODD S CLEANING -- DYEING TAILORING Phone 2229 1718 Washzngton Avenue TRADE WITH THREDE FRESH GASOLINE BEST BY A DAM SITE THREDE AUTO CO SWAIN SERVICE STATION PHONE 2899 F C Swaln Prop 24 Hour 2600 Ameha Street Wrecker Se!'V1Ce Alton I111no1s J W W1Ck6HhaUS6I PLUMBING and HEATING SUPPLIES Phone 26 643 E Broadway Alton I11 SHOP AT SEARS Sat1sfact1on Sears Roebuck and Co 309 Pxasa Alton Ill ALTON MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL Offers xts Congratulatmns to the Graduates of the Classes of 1939 V R Nelson Manager Broadway Market THE RED 8: WHITE FOOD STORE We Dehver Call Maxn 1605 GEORGE P ST CIN ' 9 iv I . . . , . ' I . . for Service, Savings, and 4 41 ' 0 if 1+ 120 JOKES Orxrlle B1lls body has been recoxered Myrn1 I d1dn t knovu he h1d drowned Orxllle He d1dnt he bought a nevt su1t -o Patty Wdtk1DS What 15 a C1x11 War xeteran called when he r1des on a street car7 Helen Senz Ill b1te whats he calledh' P 1tty A passenger w Mr Ra1n to B111 Son can t you cut down on your school expenses? B111 Well I could do wrthout books H1rxey Moore Why do you call your g1rl Checkers? Robert Boyd Oh exery t1me you make 1 moxe she jumps 11 Old Lady L1ttle boy why aren t you 1n school mstead of golng to the ITIOXIC7 Bentley Shucks Lady I got the measles' 5t1t1on attendant Check your o1l s1r7 Ned Harrlson No thanks Im takxng 1t w1th me -0 Betty Schwartzbeck on a ra1ny day Its the l1kes of you that make the h1ghways dangerous Fancy' dull1ng the po1nt of my umbrellr w1th your glass eye io anet Gee ohn that steak 1n the w1ndow makes my mouth water ohn Well heres a blotter Jem Floss Why the toothbrush ID your coat lapel? Bob Berb Its my clrss p1n I go to Colgate Mr Wood All those who would l1ke to go to Heaven please f3lSC thelr hands fall except onej Mr Wood john wouldn t you l1ke to go to Heaven john Dryden Naw not lf th lt bunch IS go1n All men are not homeless but some are home less than others A good lookmg man IS called 1 catch A swell catch IS a blg fish A b1g fish IS a whopper A whopper IS one b1g l1e Therefore a good look1ng man IS one b1g l1e E1leen Curry I know a glfl who plays p1ano by ear Harry Lueddeke Thats nothxn I know an old man who fiddles w1th h1s wh1skers joe Shaw I hear you knocked 111 your teeth out G1lbert Cl1rk Thats r1ght Shaw How d1d you do 1t7 Clark Somebody rolled a n1ckel under the table On a street car a man gave h1s seat to a lady She famted On recovermg she thanked h1m Then he famted -o F11t I don t want to buy your crackers they tell me the m1ce are always runnmg over them Buck That 1sn t so' Why the cat sleeps 1n the barrel every n1ght in M1ry Gethmg My old mud aunt IS rlways crylng for the moon Lourse Netzhammer Naturally there s a man 1n lt 1 , . , 1 . 1 . , . . . , . , , . . , , , . , . . , , . . , . . , . . . . . , , , , . , . . . . , , , . . , . . , , . . . . , . . , , . - . 1 . . . . bl . , J , . . , . .. . . .. 1 L I . . . , . , .. . . 7.. . . , 1 . . , . . 1 , . ' 2 . . . , . , . , .. . . .. sn 1' ' 1 . . . . . x . ,. 55 ' . I1 . . , . , . . , . 2 : 1 . . . , . LOUIS j HARTMANN 100 Qeafzfi of eonionuaou Smwce to the Men and Boys of A1ton HART SCHAFFNER 8: MARX CLOTHES STETSON HATS MANHATTAN SHIRTS FLORSHEIM SHOES GENE RANDALL RESTAURANT OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY ALWAYS GOOD FOOD 419 EAST BROADWAY PHONE ABC ... Ca e The future of Amerlca depends upon the character of ILS cltlzen Ice Cveam DeMOLAY BELIEVES That a clean mxnd 1n a clean body 1S the best eqmpment upon Wh1Ch clean c1t1zens1'up depends Alton Bakmg and ALTON CHAPTER Caterlng Company R 31 lb 11 PHONE 123 FRONT 8: GEORGE An msflluiron rn the servzcc 0 youlh 1 917 Bread R Q .. N ' URIDIZ fe " I 0. UISAY . . . . . J, JOKES D11 ie won t tell Tell w is Willum s list mme A mme ls what you call your wor t enemy Enemy is the other side The other ide 1 the oppo ing term Te im IS water xapor and cut out the baby trlk or you ll be pu hing up dusics Mmm Bott And ino her thing we hue a bull on thi firm that gets mad .1 heck when he sees pin Ruby Roberts Gee' I thought it was red that made bulls angry Mirxin H1 ha' This bulls isissy in Roy Fenwick Will you hue dinner with me tonight Mirthr Oxerith Certainly Fenwick Then tell your mother Ill be oxer eirlv to Hirold Pitterson fit Melling sj 'Swell hamburgers arent they7 Vlfgll Lrux Yeih good buns too mce md fresh Pitterson Ye uh but when the roll is culled up yonder what ll we slip the hlmburgers between7 7 Betty Lessner When we were in Egypt we visited the pyramids Some of the stones were literally cox ered with hieroglyphics Yxonne umtil I do hope none of them got on you They tell me some of those foreign insects are simply terrible in Mr Freemm Cto Science Clubj Hold on boys oil md water don t mix Ned Harrison Ho ho' Whod wint to drink such a mess anyw1v7 is he threw the bulging briefcase into the corner on the floor He gl inced behind out of the re ir window md then huddled in one corner riveting his weisel eyes on the di il 30 40 50 He gl inced outside it the rushing blur thit wis the ro rdside once more looked forwird and spoke to the driver who nodded and put more pressure on the icceleritor 80 90 the driver brrely slowed for a curve he could see the 100 mirk begin to show He tore his eyes away A whole dollar for a taxi ride' Mrs Criiv ClXll'1l CALVIN' f' rlxm Whit M17 Mrs Cr ug Are you spitting in the Hsh bowl? Cum No M1 but Im comm pretty close Ao john Paul You want to keep your eves open around here today Mary Dehner What for? john Because people will think you re stupid if you go around wlth them shut -0 Dick Yeakey Here comes Jane She s a terrible flatterer lim Voege Oh did she say you were handsome? Yeakey No she said you were Wo Ray Block Yes sir my Uncle Len goes to great lengths to please his restaurant patrons Marth idell In what way? Block With sp ighetti 40 Mr Ash This steak tastes funny Ikey I burned it Dad so I put some xaseline on it 40 Give in ithlete rn inch md he will take 1 foot but let him tike it Who wants athlete s foot? Betty Hisler to Dorothy Klinke You ll hnd thit lowe is not only blind but that it also often turns 1 deif ear to you 13 ss S ' A , 'Q ' 'Q 1 Q Q . Q ' ', ' ' 1 5 , ' Q . s' 's S' Q . Q ' ' , ' Q ' ' 1 1 s 1 QQ' . , 1,0 . Q " 1 " Q t ' , ' Q ' ' 's Q ' 's ' k. 1 N . I 2 ' ' ' .N Q " 2 Q, Q . A l Q ' I .. . V L 2 Q Q ' ' : "1 ' , ' Q A ' Q 1 'A Q , , 2 I Q .' Q 1 " Q , ' Q Q ' Q Q Y' o 4 is V I V 4 ' I I 1 7 1 . , Q. Y Q Q 2 t .. l . . . Q f ' 1 N , Q ' Q Q ' ' Q " : 'I , . Q ' Q ' Q, . ,,,O,,-.. Quickly he ran to the curb and clambered into the waiting car. He gasped directions at the driver l . . . , l t .1 I 2 A ' a Q 2 . Q m We A Q ' Q , Q Q Q , Q , Q , 1 Q Q . - , Q ' f Q k' . r ' Q . ' ' ' ' ' , - fo, ,s,, , . Q hz Ql ' , . ,Q Y' 1 " Q , Q. Ql 'A r " , Q , ' ' ' . tb " ' . L : ' , A . 1 H S . I 2 1 ,, I V 2 " i Q : ,, , , , V , . Q Q Q Q Q Q , . . Q 1 , R , . I .. Q . 2 V . . y I . C L Q Q . 2 Compllments of BAKER SERVICE STATION MAIN 993 2700 BROWN PRICE and QUALITY HARMONY AEQQP Wxth h1gh standards of qualxty as our pohcy and low pr1ces our goal A 8: P bnngs to you Mrs Budgeteer real values 1n th1s season Shop at A 8: P Rellley Bros , Inc CHEVROLET SALES and SERVICE 912 E Broadway Phone 972 Laclede Steel Co MANUFACTURERS OF HOT ROLLED STRIP STEEL CONCRETE REINFORCING BARS STEEL JOISTS ANGLES and SMALL SHAPES WIRE WIRE MESH STEEL PIPE BLACK and GALVANIZED STANDARD RIGID CONDUIT Control of qualxty begxns wxth the manufacture of the steel mn our own open hearth furnaces and continues through all subsequent processes in df ST. . groceries and meats. Be thrifty C O C C 1+ an 124 JOKES Ruth Exery t1me I look It you I w1sh I could break myself ofa bad hablt Ixe had for years lohn Hmg If 1ll what hab1t7 Ruth I nexer forget 1 f1ce Marr1age 15 an 1nst1tut1on Marr1age 15 also a gamble Gamblmg IS agamst the law Therefore marr1age as an 1nst1tut1on 1s unconst1tut1on1l and should be abohshed -o VIC Schwart Say ya seen my dog Rower? Coach j1ckson Naw what s h1s name? Schw III Spot P 1ul ten Homple fdurmg Soclology d1scuss1on on pr1m1t1ve manl But my father says we were apes Mr Myers We can t t1lk about your fam1ly h1story ID class HJ Betty An excluswe xeget1ble d1et says 1 prom1nent d1et1c1an Wlll g1xe you 1 tflm figure Ruth S1y d1d you exer t1ke 1 good look It 1 h1ppopot1mus7 Mr Thompson f1n Chem1stry classl Dayton dehne a salt? D1yton Schnudt Salt IS what m1kes potatoes not so good 1f you don t put any on them Ao MISS Rutledge PICYCC c1n you th1nk of two words that contun over a thousand letters P1erce S1nford Yes H11 ITD Post Ofhce' ck I got s1ck last mght e'1t1ng eggs Bob Hmm too bad lCk No Stllpld only one Where there s 1 w1ll there s 1 Wly A w1y IS 1 mems To be mean ls to be nastv Relatwes are usually n1sty M1ry fDf6iII1llYD D1d you ever see the man 1n the moon? P1ul C1bsent mlndedlyl No but Ixe seen a lady 1n the sun George I h1ve 1 n1che IU the I'I1ll of F1me Fr1nk Wh1t d1d you do? George I scr1tched It of course' A sens1ble g1rl IS not as SCIISIIUIC IS she looks because 1 sens1ble g1rl has more sense than to look sens1ble Mrs St 1ll1ngs M1ry when you w11t on my guests tomght please don t wear any jewelry M1ry I h1vent anythmg V1lu1ble ma am but th1nks for the W1rn1ng lo C1pt11n Porter s def1n1t1on of 1 true mus1c1an When he he1rs a lady Slflglng IU the bath he puts hls e1r to the keyhole Don t quest1on your w1fe s 1udgment look Who she marr1ed I h1d bad luck w1th both my WIVCS the first dnorced me the second wouldn t B111 Ram Wh1t s so rare as an A IH une Wh1t passes for woman s 1ntu1t1on 1s often nothmg more than man s transparency MISS Colon1us How would you punctuate th1s sentence The ten dollar h1ll blew out the wmdow ohn Peterson I would m1ke a dash 1fter the bmll 10 ' K 5 1 . , , , . , 4 . 1 1 , . . . . , 1 . . ,. , , 1.. , . . , . , , , 1 . 1 , . , ,. 1 -. . 5 - L . . . l C V . . 1 , . , . . , . . . , . 1 . 1 1 . , , 1 1 . 1 , , 1 1 , . ja . 1 . .1 . , . 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Get It At D V ooo0S C0 THE YOU I 104 W THIRD ALTON ILL Phone 272 Carter Bros Motor Co , Inc Mercury Ford Lmcolrz Zephyr 329 East Broadway Alton Ill Wells T1re Co , Inc GOODYEAR TIRES VULCANIZING AUTO RADIOS EXIDE BATTERIES ROAD SERVICE Phone 3000 833 E Broadway Alton, Ill Modern Welded Products Company MANUFACTLRERS OF TANKS STACKS STEEL DOORS GRATINGS RACKS ETC General Electrxc and Acetylene Weldzng Portable Equxpment Automobxle Rad1ator SSPVICB 306 West Broadway Phone 2103 Alton, I1l1no1s +I v . . 1. - I J X' , 'll H . ,gf ff IOHN T BROWN INC Plymouth and DeSoto SALES and SERVICE 1610 East Broadway Alton Illmnoxs Yes lt s true Brown gzves the best deal SO YOU MIGHT AS WELL HAVE THAT 4 INCHES OF ALTON MINERAL WOOL ON YOUR CEILING IT KEEPS YOU WARM IN THE WINTER AND COOL IN SUMMER CALL 2535 W NO OBLIGATIONS OF COURSE TOM HENRY SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR PRODUCTS College 8: Ma1n Phone 1931 HIRES ROOT BEER LUCKY CLUB COLA SOUEEZE ORANGE FITZGERALD BOTTLING COMPANY 605 E Nlnth Street Phone 2018 1 1 I , I KK ' 1 ' I! 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Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

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Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

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