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Page 112 text:
STUDENT PATROL-First row: Nell Shine, Elizabeth Cundall, Margaret Hersman, Marjorie
Lee, Clara Burkard, Betty Jane Barker, Dorothy Phillips, Melba Kline, Betty Binkley, Marie Blue.
Second row: Gerry Ford, Margaret Warner, Thelma Sherman, Edward Carriger, Edward Haley, Werner
Solterman, Arkel Aldridge, Bill Stone, William Wells, Herman Yost, Shirley Wightman, Virginia Tomlinf
son, Thelma Hock.
Third row: Harold Wolf, Earl Ruth, Harold Duval, John Flexon, Bob Boyd, Godfrey Goolsby, William
H. Reed, David Wilson, Jason Bramhall, Keith Robertson, Ward King.
STUDENT COUNCIL-First frow: Lois Lee Meyer, Geraldine Barnett, Frances Fuller, Eva Schelfel,
Audrey Bernard, Bette Hart, James Stallings, Betty Ash, Marcella Harting, Cecelia Wood, Phyllis Taylor,
June Brandel. t
Second vow: Jack Rain, Herman Yost, Lora Jean Paris, Lavon Fairless, Martha Herbstreit, Agnes
Sharkey, Gay Storner, Warren Culp, John Flexon, Bill Godwin, Bob Landau, Truman Grayson, Pony Eagle,
Dale Williams, Bud Dawson.
Third row: Edward Wood, Bob Gibson, Durand Smith, Jack Magee, james Buck, Don Hill, Sam Moore,
Bill Reed, Dale Roberts, David Wilson, Gilbert Whitten, Harvey Moore, Bill Schmitt.
Page 111 text:
The National Thespians is an organization of
high school dramatists. The Alton Chapter
CTroupe 126D was organized in 1932, with eight
members. The aims of the society are to develop
a spirit of active and intelligent interest in dramaf
ticsg to assist directors and students in the pref
Sentation of Worthfvvhile playsg to stand as a ref
Joseph Campbell ......,......,,,..... President
Robert Boyd ,... ......... V icefP'resident
Jack Kindig .... ..,,, S ecvetavyffreasuref
ward for excellence in high school dramaticsg
to acquaint directors and students with various
progress of dramatics in other high schoolsg and
to bring about a closer relationship between the
troupes. The Dramatic club sponsors the local
Chapter and all members receive the Thespian
Dorris Wilton .......... ,... ......... P 'r esident
Ed Wood .....,...... ....,..., V icefP1eside'nt
Mary Grace Ellison, . . I ..., .Sec1eta'ryfT'reasm'ef
The Dramatic club is one of the elective clubs
in the school. To become a member one must
either tryfout or display special aptitude for
dramatics. Miss Mildred Rutledge is the faculty
sponsor and director of major productions. The
organization presents two long plays each school
year. During the 1939740 season H320 College
Avenue" and "June Mad" were presented to
large and appreciative audiences.
Joseph Campbell .,.,...,..,...,..,... President
Dick Gillespie. . . ..,. VicefP1'esident
Marian Weber .... ...... S ecretary
Jack Kindig ,... ,... T 'reasmer
In addition to the long productions several
student directed assembly programs Were sponf
sored by the club. The purpose of such an organizaf
tion is to arouse an intelligent interest in dramatics
in high school people, and various Speakers explain
numerous phases of dramatic art to the clubs.
The dramatic club also sponsors the local
chapter of National Thespians.
Don Hill ,............,.......,..,.. President
Dorris Wilton .,.. ......... V icefP1'esident
Ed Wood ....... ...,. S ecretaryfreasurer
Page 113 text:
The Camera Club, reforganized in September,
1937, has expanded to its present size by the
gradual growing of wide spread interest in photo'
graphy. The members, both boys and girls,
headed by their sponsors, Mr. Clark, Mr. Kober,
and Mr. Thompson, have gone far in the different
fields of photography, making use of their newly
completed darkroom. A
This room consists of an outer and inner darkf
room. In the outer darkroom there is space for
drying prints and films, and for meeting. In the
Edward Yungck .......,............. President
John Mathus .... ....... V ice-President
Frances Cadman. , . .... Secretaryffreasuver
inner darkroom the actual printing and develop'
ing work goes on. The club also keeps two wind'
ows filled with prints taken by members, most
of whom do their own finishing. On exhibit night
the members exhibit mounted prints in the library
in the form of a Salon. The pictures are the choice
prints of the different members.
The club's main interest is to give the members
a chance to learn more about photography. This
is done in the form of programs. In the past there
have been talks on composition, movies, natural
color slides, and prize winning pictures.
Bill Godwin ..,...................,. President
Edward Yungck ..,.. ....... V icefPresident
John Mathus ..... ..,.. S ec'reta1yfT1easu're'r
The purpose of the Art Club is "To promote
all worthy art activities within the School."
The Art Club was organized October 31, 1931,
with a membership of nineteen. Believing that a
small club with strict admission requirements
would make a better working organization, the
Art Club has the following requirements:
CD A student must have had one year
of art in some high school.
CZD During this required year of art the
student must have made a grade of
"B" or above.
C31 A student must receive a majority
vote when voted into the club.
The Art Club pin is in the shape of an artist's
palette and has three colored stones in it.
Anna Kodros ..,.................... President
Ruth Waggoner ,... ..... V icefPresident
Gay Storner ..,... ....... S ecretavy
Don Durborow .... ,.... T reaswrer H
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