Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1940

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00 OO Student Patrol The Student Patrol is an organization for service to the school. There are two groups in this club- the fourth hour and the fifth hour patrol. The fourth hour group has one captain and the hfth hour has one captain. Patrol members serve daily in keeping order in the halls and the auditorium during both lunch hours. This organization is open to anyone who desires to be a member and is willing to be of service. Fourth Hour Captain: Both Semesters, William H. Reed. Fifth Hour Captain: First Semester, Bob Boyd, Second semester, john Flexon. Student Council The Student Council of the Alton High School was organized in March, 1938, with the aid of several faculty members and representatives of the clubs of the school. Miss Paul was chosen as faculty advisor. The acting chairman of the meeting was Gladys Watkins. jane Kane was appointed secretary. On March 21, 1938, the first meeting of the temporary Student Council was held. First officers were: Gladys Watkins, chairman, and Jane Kane, secretary. On March 25, Eileen Ash succeeded Jane Kane as secretary. The membership of the temporary Council was made up of representatives elected from the counsellor groups. The meetings occured at irregular intervals at 3:35 on school days. At the first allfschool Election in October, 1938, officers elected for the year, October, 1938, to March, 1939, from nominations made by the 3f1 and 3f2 classes were: president, Bill Drake, vice' president, Harold Patterson, and from the student council were: secretary, Eileen Ash, and treasurer, Lois Watkins. On February 5, 1939, for the first time, the council met in the auditorium on Friday during the home room period. Instead of being elected from counsellor groups, from this date the rep' resentatives were elected from the home rooms. The reason for the change was to make it possible for the representatives to report more readily to the groups which they represented, and to make 0 O it possible for all representatives to be present. Officers for the year, March, 1939, to March, 1940, were: president, Betty Ash, vicefpresident, jim Stallings, secretary, first semester, Bette Hart, second semester, Audrey Bernard. The aims of the Student Council are expressed in the pledge taken by its members: I will strive for better government ideals and for the uplift of the association and school, both alone and with others. I will obey and respect the laws and do my best to incite a like obedience and respect in others. I will strive to quicken the sense of responsibility among the students at large, so that we may transmit our student government inheritance, not less and worse, but greater and more beautiful than it was transmitted to us. And this I promise. OFFICERS Bill Ash ...................,.....,.. President Lois Watkins ............ .... V icefPresident Anita Faye Cartwright ............... Secretary Moreland Voss .....,............... Treasurer The Alton High School Student Council is a member of both the State and National Student Selffgovernment organizations. Five delegates were sent to the State Convention in Carbondale, April 26f2'7. Bill Ash, the president, is planning to attend the National Convention which meets in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in july, 1940. The SponsorfAdvisor of the Council is Miss Paul. 0 Q

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CAMERA GLUBfFi'rst row: Ed Haley, Edward Cornell, Bob Emmons, Frances Gadman, William Wells, Allan Miller, Bob Hovey. Second row: Ed Yungck, John Mathus, Dick Schenke, Wesley Roberts, Mr. Kober, Robert Nichols, Bill Godwin, Don Reining, Gordon Bauer. ART GLUBfFirst row: Eileen Mohler, Reva Foulks, Lora Jean Paris, Minnie Mae Hogan, Ettamae Boyce, Ruth Waggoner, Mable Hechler, Betty Jane Sanders, Margaret Radcliff. Second row: Alice Kolk, Gay Storner, Wilma Gollins, Helen Wuellner, Edward Buckshot, Anna Kodros, Pat Sheppard, Donald Durburow, Bob Hovey. Third row: Bud Ward, William Snyder, Bill Schmitt. O O O O 1



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First Row: Rosemary Wild, Marjorie Hermann, Betty Goodrich, Betty Jane Smith, Audrey Bernard, Bernard Fishman, Oliver VVimmer, Jack Bower, Donald Pruiett, Glen Mary, Elwood Reinhardt, Loren Carothers, Virginia Harmon, Mae Sutton, Mary Alma Mueller, Betty Griesbaum, Helen Johnson. Second Row: Mr. Hogan, Joyce Wilton, Virginia Tomlinson, Peggy Chappell, Barbara Sweikert, Hope Heather, Lois Lowrance, James Lefler, Dave Landgraf, Bill Alberts, Gene Dial, Keith Robertson, Marg' uerite Herrin, Wiliiua Ford, Nell Shine, Winifred Grey. Third Row: Doris Thomas, Peggy Fones, Mary Lou Klinke, Betty Funk, Norma Caswell, Bonnie Oden, Dan Blodgett, Bill Reed, Harold Ready, Therold Rathgeb, Earl Gilbert, Marguerite Weese, Roberta Coates, Ruth Harmon, Kathryn Mitchell, Arlene Renken, Anna Kohler, Antonia Lenhardt. Fourth Row: Bernadine Thompson, Eileen Mohler, Jeanette Schnell, Helen Wuellner, Dolores Tickner, Glen Eilers, Sam Moore, Eugene Wirdlow, Kenneth Walkington, Carl Belcher, Ettamae Boyce, Alma Stevens, Dorothy Gesch, Margaret Hersman, Mary Ellen Nickel, Ann Dean, Edith Schenk, Juanita Hechler. Glee Club The purpose of the Glee Club is to give an opportunity for training in four part choral music, sight reading, tone placement, and to develop inf dividual skill in singing. The Glee Club makes numerous appearances both here and at other schools. Among schools visited this year have been Shurtleff and Monticello Colleges. The Glee Club also appears at many churches. They present a Christmas program and usually take part in the program for the baccalaureate and commencement exercises. The Glee Club is a member of the State High School Choral Association and may enter competif tion sponsored by this association. This year the Glee Club entered five soloists and two ensembles in the state solo and ensemble contest on April 6, at West Frankfort. Of these, three soloists and one ensemble emerged with iirsts. There were two seconds and one third, also. Those rating hrst were: Alma Gallinot, alto, Bill O 0 Reed, baritone, and Carl Belcher, bass. The girls, ensemble was the only ensemble to rank first. Members of this ensemble were: Marjorie Her' mann, Eileen Mohler, Mary Mueller, Lois Lowre ance, Alma Gallinot, Bonnie Cden, Ettamae Boyce, and Jeanette Schnell. The mixed ensemble, which rated second, was composed of Marjorie Hermann, Margaret Hersman, Ettamae Boyce, Bonnie Oden, Jim Lefler, Oliver Wiinnuer, Bill Reed, and Carl Belcher. Jeanette Schnell and Marjorie Hermann, mezzofsopranos, ranked second and third respective' ly. Those who rated first in the state contest were eligible to attend the National Regional Contest at Springfield, Illinois. The director this year was Mr. Hogan. He obtained the risers for the Glee Club to stand on. He also obtained permission for the Glee Club to use the senior graduation robes for their numerf ous apperances. O O

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