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Alton a4icfit School Alton, DUinoUDedication
To every graduate, former student, and teacher of Alton High School who is in the service of his and our Country, The 1943 Tatler is dedicated.In M-emoriam
Miss Jennie Cates, teaching her twenty-fifth year in Alton High School, was called to the great beyond on March 14, 1943 after an illness lasting nearly three months.
Jennie Cates was a friend to her pupils and fellow faculty members. Her life was an example of devotion to duty and service to her friends. Miss Cates served as sponsor of The National Honor Society and The Student Forum with the deepest sincerity of purpose any one could expect. A beautiful example of a Christian life has been brought to an early close, but the many good deeds of Miss Jennie Cates shall live in the hearts of her legion of friends as long as they shall live.The 1943 Tatler Staff
1st row: Jan Sparks, editor-in-chiej; Luther L. Myers, adviser; Werner Soltermann, business manager; Vera Watson, typist and assistant editor.
2nd row: Keith Robertson, advertising manager; Gerry Barnett, assistant editor; Rosemary Doyle, typist and assistant editor; Bill Dick, staff photographer.
hd row: Don Breyfogle, advertising; Alice Staehle, assistant editor; Jack Jacoby, staff photographer; Marcella Wickcnhauser, art editor.
4th row: Bob Fox, advertising; Virginia Hatfield, assistant editor; Maurice Roberts, advertising; Kenneth Whiting, advertising.BOARD OF EDUCATION Walter Wood, L. J. Miscgades, J. J. Beeby, R. H. Richards, President, M. W. Acker, Dr. H. E. Middleton, P. L. Ewing, Superintendent, Hugh Horstman, Secretary.
PARMER L. EWING
Mr. Ewing came to Alton as Superintendent of Schools last August after 11 years as Superintendent of Schools at Highland. Mr. Ewing has had a very busy year of school work in addition to conquering a round of ill health. Many faculty changes have been made this year due to death of teachers in the system and changes brought about by the exigencies of a nation at war. Mr. Ewing was able to visit high school often enough that all of us were able to get acquainted with him. In his first year with us Mr. Ewing has shown a deep interest in the welfare of those
in school. We arc glad to know that the Board of Education has renewed Mr. Ewing's contract for next school year.C. C. HANNA Principal
This school year Mr. Hanna has found many problems to occupy his time. The problems of war have been many— changes in office help, faculty, and student body have been frequent. Each change has required Mr. Hanna to give some time to its solution, and this he has done. No one has heard Mr. Hanna complain, in fact the cooperation of faculty and student body shows appreciation for his work.
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Ralph Kober Assistant Principal Biology
Marguerite Huebner Dean of Girls English
Macy Pruitt Dean of Boys History
All three of the faculty administrative force pictured here are serving their first year in their respective positions. They have been busy yet helpful to all those with whom they have come in contact. Their work has been made more difficult by the fact that they succeeded two experienced and successful workers— Dinsmorc Wood and Miss Carolyn Wempen. Congratulations upon a good start in vour new work.Louise Wiseman Gym
C. S. Porter Music
Harold Shapiro Gym
Florence Galley English Sponsor of Alton High Times
Ray L. Jackson Football Coach Athletic Director Gym
Mrs. Brazel History Commercial Geography Completed Mr. Bruno's work
George C. Ritcher Mechanical and Machine Drawing Supervisor—Industrial Arts
John O. Bruno History Commercial Geography U. S. Army in April
Maybelle Sheppard English Commercial Married Lt. W. L. Bailey—April 4
Mildred Rutledge English
George Ingles History Gym
Mrs. Rodgers Spanish
Ada Klump Math
Mrs. Doris Rue MusicI atin
L. M. Hackman
Ann Goldsberry Latin English
Nancy.Lowry _ -English
Luther L. Myers History Sociology-Sponsor—The Tatler
Marie Tucker BiologyBernice Williamson Art
Mrs. Wimmer English
Completed Miss Sheppard's work
Alexander Grammaticofe Spanish
L. K. Freeman Chemistry
B. B. Campbell Math
Horace M. Wollerman Civics
Jane Henry Personal Regimen Supervisor of Cafeterias
Clara Blackard French Spanish
Jewell Sutherland English
Ruth Von der Ahe History Civics
Margaret Tibbetts Commercial
Betty Ann Guller Commercial
Dolores Mundell Registrar Resigned April 1
Ellen Julia Denzer Assistant Registrar Registrar after April 1
Dorothy Fay ClerkSalvatore Santoro Spanish
Marie Brennecke Math
Mrs. Smith Study Halls
James F. Stage Physics Aeronautics
Ward P. Stallings Math
Vernon O. Hainline Woodwork
Olga Bartholomew Commercial
Millard Berry General Mechanics
Robert E. Vasey History
Antone Jureziz Woodwork East Junior Basketball Track Coach
Alice M. Gates Math
Mrs. Letha Harlan History Social Science
Bon O. Brown Commercial
Julius Marti Mechanical and Architectural Drawing Economics
James Schmitt President
Janet Williams Vice-President
Dorothy Fay Secretary-Tre a surer
Lewis Oden President
Marion Willis Vice-President
Don Foster Secretary-Treasurer
Hilda Alexander Janice Applegate Mary Lou Armstrong Gale Aulabaugh
Ru'nr'TVULABAUGH Gene Bailey James Baker
Doris Ballinger Geraldine Barnett Pete Baron Bill Baum
Tracy Beck Dave Bland
Gene Bockhorst Clinton Bonnell
Jack Bowman Don Breyfogle Mary Jean Bryant Phyllis Butler
Pete Caires Mary Cairns Lewis Calame Walter W. CaldwellSeniors
Carl Campbell Dan Carhart Norma Chappell Mary Lucile Chism
Dorothy Corey Edward Cornell Juanita Crosnoe Zelma Cummings
Laverne Cunningham Ruth Davis
Marilyn DeSherlia Maye Dial
Mildred Doerr Tom Donahue Sandra Downey
Rosemary Doyle June Dunn
Drew Dunnegan Naomia Durborow
Betty Jo Echols Pony Eagle Calvin Ennis Dorothy EwenSeniors
Kathleen Fahrig Dorothy Fairless Jack Ferguson
Margaret Fiola Gordon Fischer Norma Ford
Jack Foster Bob Fox
Eva Gabriel Dolly Gaines
Virginia Garver Marvin Gaston Eileen Georgeoff
Richard Gerber Guida Gilbert Bill Glass
Dixie Lee Glazebrooks
Betty Lou Gleiber Laverne Golike Pauletta Golike Norman GordonSeniors
Ruth Gordon Francis Gotay, Jr. Gene Gould Ada Graul
Marjorie Graul Toi Griffin
Ralph Halliburton Peggy Hamby
Ruth Hargiss Earlene Harper Franklin Harrison Jack Harting
Edward Harvey Virginia Hatfield Herman Hechler Betty Jeanne Hellrung
Rosemary Hendy Richard Herbst Bob Herrmann Wilbur Hertenstein
Marjorie Herzberger Alice Hesse Norma Hill Clara HockSeniors
James Holman Herbert Hoover Margaret Horstman Jessie Hosey
Barbara Hovda Betty Jane Hovey Phyllis Ann Hull Wilda Hyndman
Audrey Igo Jack Jacoby
Arleen Jarrett Verna Jeffery
Bettie Johnson Carl Johnson
Dorothy Johnson Helen Johnson
Robert Johnson Carroll Jones Eloise Jones Phil Kaeser
Kenneth Kasten Edna Keen
Lorena Kemmery Barbara KlauserSeniors
Virginia Kohler Dorothy Korte Kenneth Korte Gene Kratschmer
Melvin Kruse Egon Kuhn Anita Kunz Lorraine Lamm
Tom Laniiam Sam Laughland Betty Lawless Rita Leady
Stanley Leonard Lorraine Lodge Charlene Long Mary Ellen Lorch
Kenneth Love Lois Lutz Naomi Mason Howard Mathus
Marcella McCann Jean McCi,anahan Dorothy McCoy Betty McDaniel Seniors
Virginia Meszaros Bob Metz
Miriam Meyer Josephine Mickoff
Harold Miller Thelma Miller Alic Misegades Bob Mitchell
Maydonna Mitchell Roger Mitchell Thelma Mitchell George Montgomery
Dave Morgenroth Jean Myers Tom Nekola
Edgar L. NewellSeniors
Lois Paul Helen Pelot Rosie Perica Paul Perrin
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Mildred Phillips Rollie Phipps Dorothy Plogger Charis Poole
Tommy Ready Lois Redman James Reinhardt Don Reining
Marjorie Rice Robert Ridenour Frances Robeen
Maurice Roberts Keith Robertson Jane Rodgers Marilyn Rosin
Joanne Rouleau Don Russell Bob Saunders Victor Saunders
Eileen Sawyer Eileen Schneider Emil Schneider Jack Schuricht
Jim Schuricht Kenneth Scott Bettye Searles Rennel Searles
Mary Segraves Nell Shine Dorothy Sims Mary Skinner
Martha Smalley Janet Smallwood Harold Smith Harriet Sneeringer
Werner Soltermann Jan Sparks Freda Spence Alice StaehleSeniors
Fred Stephenson Alberta Storm Wayne Sullivan Milford Tallyn
■ V Betjy Taye m Wa Be'Ay ea j Thompson Bill Thompson Zera Thompson
Virginia Tomlinson Bob Tucker Bill Turner Jean Turner
Eva Waggoner Bob Wallace Nina Wallace
George Warner Kenneth Warner Margaret Warner Nicholas Warner
Mary Watson Vera Watson Bob Watts
Dale Werts Jeane Whitak Bon Wirf
John White I Kenneth
.DriLPH NE Wilson it AT R Y Wl I SO
Jo Ann Wings r Bill Winkler
Norma Winterrowd Lois Wiseman
Ralph Woolard Naeoma Wooldridge Clarence Woolf Jean Yungck Louis Zimmerman.Seniors Without Pictures.
Waverly Bower Jack Bloomer
Lucille Bradshaw Melvin Bolton
Helen Byrd Joe Borman
Bill Connerly Dixie Calame
Ted Cruzat Milicent Chappee
Charlotte Dilling Bill Collins
Carl Embree Russell Eaton
Frances Fleming George Edwards
Alvin Franz Norma Elliott
Robert Hanei Curtis Frye
Raymond Henry Carl Grossheim
Alvin Holman John Kennedy Eugene Jacobson
Ward King Everett Johnson
Cletis Kreider Kenneth Johnson
Laurence Legg Eugene Lane
Shirley Lengacher Frances Langevin
James Lewis Dorothy Larrison
John McCourtney Lee Lumpkin
William Means Charles Mason
John Meisenheimer Wilbur March
John Norris Tom Mitchell
Roy Ray Lorena Murray
Ray Raymond Harry Nickel
Gerald Roberson Wayne Ridenhower
Alfred Robinson Eleanore Riley
Lathy Roloff Maxine Riley
Janet Smallwood George Sancamper
George Smith Nicholas Scortia
Roy Staples Juanita Sheets
James Titchenal June Stout
John Traunecker Edward Swanson
Bill Winkler Louis Taylor
Lowell Wonnacotta a ft n » June Senior Activities »
ALEXANDER, HILDA—Spanish Club.
ARMSTRONG, MARY LOU—French Club.
BAILEY, GENE—Band, Orchestra, French Club.
BARNETT, GERALDINE—Student Forum, Dramatic Club, Latin Club, Thespians, Tatler Staff.
BECK, TRACY Track, Basketball, Boys'Cabinet, Student Forum, Smiley Hi-Y, Thespians, Dramatic Club.
BLAND, DAVE—German Club, Dramatic Club, Smiley Hi-Y.
BOCKHORST, GENE—Student Council.
BONNELL, CLINTON—National Honor Society, Latin Club, Camera Club.
BREYFOGLE, DON—Student Patrol, Tatler Staff.
CROSNOE, JUANITA—French Club.
CUMMINGS, ZELMA—Student Forum.
DE SHERL1A, MARILYN—Spanish Club, Scribblers Club.
DOWNEY, SANDRA—French Club, Scribblers Club, Choir.
DOYLE, ROSEMARY—Tatler Staff, Quill and Scroll, Girl Reserves.
DUNN, JUNE—Times Staff, Student Forum.
DURBOROW, NAOMIA—Glee Club,Co-Ettes, Book Club, Student Forum.
ECHOLS, BETTY JO—Student Council.
EAGLE, PONY—Student Council.
EWEN, DOROTHY—Student Forum.
EYLER, BOB—Red and Gray Hi-Y, Student Council, Big A.
FAHRIG, KATHLEEN—Spanish Club, French Club.
FOX, BOB Smiley Hi-Y, French Club, Tatler Staff, Student Council.
GABRIEL, EVA—Minute Maids Club.
GAINES, DOLLY Band, DramaticClub, Thcs-ians, Student Forum, Student Council, Times taff, French Club, Scribblers Club, Big A.
GANTER, BILL—Red and Gray Hi-Y.
GARVER, VIRGINIA—Student Council, National Honor Society, Spanish Club.
GEORGEOFF, EILEEN—German Club, Spanish Club.
GILBERT, GUIDA—Quill and Scroll, Times Staff.
GLASS, BILL—Student Council, Track.
GLAZEBROOKS, DIXIE LEE—Student Forum, Book Club.
GLEIBER, BETTY LOU—Student Council.
GOLIKE, PAULETTA—Minute Maids Club.
GORDON, NORMAN—German Club, Scribblers Club.
GORDON, RUTH—French Club, Spanish Club.
GRAUL, ADA—National Honor Society, Student Council.
GRAUL, MARJORIE—Latin Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, Times Staff, Quill and Scroll.
HAMBY, PEGGY—French Club.
HECHLER, HERMAN Football, Basketball, Track, Boys' Cabinet, Smiley Hi-Y.
HERRMANN, BOB Big A, Red and Gray Hi-Y.
HERZBERGER, MARJORIE—Glee Club, Student Council.
HOSEY, JESSIE—Phyllis Wheatly Girl Reserve.
HOVDA, BARBARA—National Honor Society, Minute Maids Club.
JACOBY, JACK—Camera Club, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Big A, Band,Tatler Staff.
JOHNSON, DOROTHY—Latin Club.
JONES, ELOISE Book Club, Art Club, Scribblers Club.
KAESER, PHIL—Rifle Club.
KEMMERY, LORENA—Latin Club.
KLAUSER, BARBARA—Band, Spanish Club, Student Council.
KORTE, DOROTHY—Times Staff, Quill and Scroll, Dramatic Club, Thespians, Student Forum, Band.
KRATSCHMER, GENE—Red and Gray Hi-Y.
KUHN, EGON—Smiley Hi-Y.
KUNZ, ANITA—Student Council.
LAWLESS, BETTY—Spanish Club.
LOVE, KENNETH—Red and Gray Hi-Y, Band.
McCOY, DOROTHY—Latin Club, Spanish
McDANIELS, BETTY—Latin Club, Spanish Club, Student Forum, Times Staff, Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, Scribblers Club, Book Club.
MESZAROS, VIRGINIA—Student Forum, Scribblers, Book Club, National Honor Society, Latin Club, Glee Club.
METZ, BOB—Football, Bovs' Cabinet, Student Council.
MEYER, MIRIAM—Times Staff, Student Council, Spanish Club, Student Forum, Scribblers Club.ft h i ft ft m June Senior Activities » ft h ft ft
MILLER, HAROLD—Band, Student Patrol, Hi-Y.
MISEGADES, ALICE—Girls' Council, National Honor Society, Times Staff, Quill and Scroll, Dramatic Club, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Scribblers Club, Student Forum, Band, Student Council.
MORGENROTH, DAVE—National Honor Society.
MYERS, JEAN—French Club, Latin Club, Student Council.
NEKOLA, TOM Red and Gray Hi-Y, Student Council, Movie Operator, Track.
NEWELL, EDGAR—Radio Club.
O’NEIL, GENE—Red and Gray Hi-Y, Art Club.
OSTERMAN, MARGARET—Student Forum, Art Club, Times Staff.
OVERATH, NORMA—Minute Maids Club.
PARKER, MARIAN—Spanish Club.
PARKER, SONNA LOU—Latin Club, Student Forum, Book Club.
PAUL, LOIS—French Club, Minute Maids Club, Student Council.
PELOT, HELEN—Student Forum.
PERRIN, PAUL Student Patrol, Spanish Club, Scribblers Club.
PETERSON, LILA—French Club, Art Club, Student Council, Scribblers Club.
READY, TOMMY—Student Council.
REDMAN, LOIS—Glee Club, Girl Reserves.
REINHARDT, JAMES—German Club.
ROBERTS, JO—French Club.
ROBERTS, MAURICE—Football, Track, Hi-Y, Boys' Cabinet, Tatler Staff.
RODGERS, JANE—Student Council.
ROULEAU, JOANNE—Spanish Club, Latin Club, Student Forum, National Honor Society, Big A, Band.
SAUNDERS, BOB- Hi-Y.
SCHNEIDER, EILEEN—Spanish Club.
SCHURICHT, JACK—Dramatic Club, Thespians.
SCHURICHT, JIM—Band, Times Staff, Dramatic Club, Thespians.
SEARLES, RENNEL—Track, Band, Orchestra.
SHINE, NELL—Girls' Council, Spanish Club, Student Council, Choir, Student Forum.
SKINNER, MARY—Phyllis Wheatley Girl Reserves.
SMITH, HAROLD Student Forum.
SOLTERMANN, WERNER Student Patrol, Tatler Staff, Movie Operator, Camera Club.
SPARKS, JAN—Tatler Staff, French Club, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Student Council.
SPENCE, FREDA French Club, Spanish Club.
STAEHLE, ALICE—Tatler Staff, Student Council, Band, Big A, Student Forum.
SULLIVAN, WAYNE—Art Club, Red and Gray Hi-Y.
TALLYN, MILFORD—Latin Club, Movie Operator, National Honor Society.
THOMPSON, BETTY—French Club, Spanish Club.
THOMPSON, ZERA—Student Forum.
TUCKER, BOB—Red and Gray Hi-Y, Boys’ Cabinet.
TURNER, JEAN Student Forum, Dramatic Club, Times Staff, Quill and Scroll.
WALLACE, NINA—French Club.
WALTRIP, MATHER Latin Club, Spanish Club, Scribblers Club, National Honor Society, Student Council.
WATSON, MARY- Dramatic Club, Thespians, Times Staff, Quill and Scroll, Student Forum, French Club, Student Council.
WATSON, VERA—Tatler Staff.
WATTS, BOB Red and Gray Hi-Y, Football, Track.
WERTS, DALE Latin Club, Dramatic Club "Young April," "His First Shave," "Smilin’ Through," Track.
WICKENHAUSER, MARCELLA—Art Club, Tatler Staff.
WIELAND, EUGENE—Basketball, Red and Gray Hi-Y.
WIGHTMAN, SHIRLEY—Times Staff, Spanish Club, Student Forum.
WILLIAMS, DOROTHY—Art Club, Co-Ettcs.
WILSON, KATHRYN—Band, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Art Club, Student Forum, Times Staff, Quill and Scroll, Scribblers Club.
WILTON, JOYCE—French Club, Spanish Club, Times Staff, Choir, Co-Ettcs, Minute Maids Club.
WINKLER, BILL—Red and Gray Hi-Y, Art Club.
WINTERROWD, NORMA GENE —Dramatic Club, Cheerleader.
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1st row: Nancy. Acker,
Ashmore Earl, HaiUey. iaJ
2nd row: Virginia Barton, fc c NIA NtahGAREH iwroN, Helen Bean, Betty Beck, Margie Begnel, ImOGWE BEiyNGEBj 'lLITOR |fi ERWWt Tj
} d row: Dh mr (P ch»tiE' r, EAfL MckJ [ruck Georgia Bonnell, Rolland Brown, Wanda B n, BARnARAfBRLNsc j iLV Bry jct.
4th row: Russell BushnCvl, RJae Sutler, Em£a Buttle, Dorothy Cairns, Roy Cannon, Mary Carter, P) -CZasey. (y
5th row: Paul Ch W ess, rnk d Cniw IjkvARD Clark, Maurice Clark, George Clausen,
1st row: Maxine Ccchran, Jane Combs,'"Roger Cooper!, Bill Copley, Maxine Cundall, Doris Cunningham, Irene Davis.
2ml row: Paul Deem, Mary Louise Dennis, Faye Dial, Bill Dick, Marjorie Dickerson, Bob Diez, Jean Dillon.
3rd row: Francis Duty, Shirley Duval, Reinder Duvall, Wilmer Duvall, Nadine Edwards, Betty Eilers, Joe Emons.
4tb row: Kenneth Fessler, Bill Flippo, Ella June Frederick, Shirley Frohock, Vera Gabriel, Mary Jane Gaghen, Alliene Galloway.
5th row: Lucille Georgeoff, Marjorie Gent, Patty Goff, Elizabeth Goldman, Don Graul, Beatrice Greil, Alvin Tyler Griffin.
1st row: Wanda Griffin, Cathryn Grohnke, Alfred Gross, Felicia Hale, Imogene Hall, Donna Hamilton, Eunice Hanbaum.
2nd row: Karl Hanna, Doris Harper, Juanita Haynes, Judy Lucille Hazen, LaVerne Hazen, Juanita Healey, Erwin Hebner.
3rd row: Francis Heinemann, Kermit Hellrung, Phyllis Henderson, Bob Hendricks, Roderick Herman, Junior Hermes, Grace Herrmann.
4th row: Sally Hibberd, Mary Kathryn Hinton, Imogene Hochstuhl, Mary Lou Hoffman, .Charlotte Holland, Dorothy Holland, Alice Horn.
Beverly Howard, Jean Howard, Lily Belle Howes, Eileen Huebner, Donald Humphrey, Eileen Jennings, Winifred Jennings.
1st row: Emii.y Johnson, Willie Bea Johnson, Grace Johnston, Jeane Jourdain, Otis Keener, Donald Killam, Marie Kilmer.
2nd row: June Kimmel, Stanley Ketchum, Wilma Kittinger, Anne Kramer, Marion Kurz, Doris Lambert, Marvin Langford.
3rd row: Maxine Laux, Beverly Leonard, Richard Lock, Warren Lodge, Edith Lucille Loy, Virginia Luft, Marie Maguire.
4tb row: Sarah Anne Malone, Ruth Mans, Bernice Martin, Harold Maxwell, Marie Mayhall, Gene McCoy, Mary McDonald.
5tb row: Elinor McKee, James McKee, Barbara Megowan, Eleanor Middleton, Andrew Millas, Nadean Mitchell, Veva Mohler.
6th row: Jim Moore, Pat Moore, Mary Morwood, Ann Moylan, Patty Myers, James Nelder, Betty Nichols.
1st row: Bob Niedernhofer, Alberta Ogden, Marion O'Haver, Wallace Oller, Mary O'Neill, Charles Otstot, Ralph Parrish.
2nd row: Dino Pars, Mary Louise Patterson, Georgia Penning, Mark Pf.rrin, Jim Poore, Lillian Porter, Lucille Potts.
3jId-taw: Howard Price, Alice Purcell, Hazel Rawson, Betty Ready, Martha Reid, Eunice Reis, Edgar Richardson.
4th rowr June Rister, Marjorie Roady, Bill Roberts, Eileen Roberts, June Robertson, Audrey Roos, Ann Rosack.
5th row: Bill Ross, Jerry Rowland, Richard Russell, Betty Savage, Virginia Scott, Marjorie
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611 row: Robert Segraves, Lois June Selkirk, Don Shearburn, Joy Show, Norman Showers, Norma Simpson, Marcella Sinclair..
Eli: fimyTuh With, Michael Smith, Patty Sober, Bill Sonntag, LucJle Sjeein Howell Sumner.
©ET'n IjniELE, LaVbrne Swaim, Rose Mary Terlesner, Frank Richard Usinger, Dixie Lee Vann.
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t)avid Whyte, Betty Wiegand, Thelma Wilken, Betty Wilkey, Patty Willis, Bettyjo Wilson, Charlotte Winters. V ' T , ’
Alvin Wiseman, Cecelia Wood, Polly Worthy, Eileen Yaeger, Roy Yeaket, Mary Jane Yenny, Edmond Young.
Johnie Young, Kathrene Young, Priscilla Young, Joann Yungck.
Lottio Balaco Margaret Butler John Beard
Marcella Calame Marjorie Bishop
Betty Calhoon Anita Brown
Betty Jean Chambers Elma Brown
Imogene Chappell Jackie Brown
Etta Mae Conley Robert Chappell Mabel Brown
Merrill Cox Eunice Character
Betty Cresswell June Rose Clarke
Eunice Cruzat Duane Clayton
CHARiioTTE Culp Dorothy Collins
Maxine Eisenreich BetVw Daniels Orville Combs
Donald Emmons Mary Margaret Darr
Marilyn Ewing Mary Catherine Devine
Edna £ay Elsie Dunn
Hazel Fines Floyb Eberlin
Conway Graves Annie Freeman Eunice Elaine Edwards
Bernice Greeding Oran Fuller
Bob Greeding Betty Garvin
Joe Halliday LaVerne Gelzinnis
George Harvey Rae Jean Gent
Virginia Hughson Shirley Hawk Marian Gould
Don Jacoby Dorothy Helmkamp
Don Jansen Bessie Herren
Loretta Jennings Marjorie Hertenstein
Betty Johnson Phyllis Howard
Jim Koenig Vera Johnson Alice Hubbs
Bill Kramer Wardell Johnson
Doris Krug Kenneth Jones
Patty Jo Lee Dorthea Joy
Carl Legate Allen Kirgan
Robert Leonard Dorothy Knight
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'Mary Ann McCaskill Nancy McDow M RprtALL‘Morris Paul McGarvey
Charles Neudecker Joan McGinnis
Gloria Newcome Peggy McOwan
Jane Newcomer Carolyn Miles
Jackie Olsby Ted Millas
Revella Peafe William O’Neill Mildred Milliff
Elizabeth Phipps Wilma Paynter
James Pollard Herbert Peel
Dick Potter Lois Pendleton
Evelyn Reinhardt Rodger Penning
Delores Seago Norma Roberson Allan Perry
Fred Seavey Phyllis Robertson
Esther Shannon Glenda Rush
Betty Sheff Bill Sanders
Madelon Shepherd Bob Schmitt
Bill Suhre Marilyn Sheppard Betty Schrumpf
Nathan Sutton Joe Smitij
Virdia Mae Tate (Lynda : Mith-
Charles Taylor Paul Smith
Charles Taynor Dorothy SpearmwjT
Julia Urban Chrisanty Tchoukaleff Hortense Stiritz
Marceta Vaughn Bob Thayer
Pat Vine Gene Theison
Carl Vollmer Mary Thompson
Harold VonBergen June Turner
Martha Weiss Ann Vose Noel Turner
Charles Wenzel George Walker
Harold Wilken Tom Ward
Alice Williamson Alice Waterbury
Flora Wimmer Glendola Watson
• Gould Winn Jack Webber
Mary Elizabeth Yost Bob Yunc.ck
1942 Football Squads
SECOND TEAM SQUAD -Top 1st row: Don Foster, Ray Robinson, Frank Doris, Neal Petit.
1ml row: Paul Wade, Bob Allen, Paul McGarvey, Kenneth March.
3rd row: Jim Mann, Fred Stevenson, Richard Usingcr, Don Russell, Jim Schmidt, Bill Thompson.
FIRST TEAM SQUAD—Bottom
1st row: Lee Lumpkin, Bill Bryant, Boh Metz, Gale Aulabaugh, Bob Watts, Don Graul, Henry Tackwell.
2nd row: Eldon Smith, Dino Pars, John Kennedy, Tom Beall, Paul Chamness, Herman Hechlcr, Wilbur Hcrtcnstein, Don Jansen, Harvey Veit.
3rd row: Jack Dick, Cletis Kreider, Drew Dunnagan, Lewis Oden, Jim Moore, Franklin Harrison, Don Reining, Bill Conncrly, Bob McCarroll.
F°otball Lettermen .
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Cl.ETIS KrEIDER Paul Cham ness Harvey Veit i
Henry Tackwell Bob Metz Jim Moore
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Herman Hechler Gale Aulabaugh Tom Beall
Lee Lumpkin Franklin Harrison Bill Bryant Frank Dunphy
Don Jansen Bob McCarroll Wilbur HertensteinFootball Season of 1942
Ray L. Jackson, Coach ☆ Harold Shapiro, Assistant Couch
Football practice pushed up steam in a hurry this fall. Coach Jackson found a new assistant in the person of Harold Shapiro—a graduate of Illinois—who replaced R. P. Geddes. Geddes left Alton High for Western Military on September I.
Despite the fact that Metz, Lumpkin and Harrison made up the total of lettermen returning to the squad, Coach Jackson found Hertenstcin, Veit, Roberts, Moore, McCarroll and Aulabaugh—six boys with considerable experience. By the time of our first game at Benld on September 25, eight of these boys were in the starting line-up and Roberts was out of play for the season with a broken arm. The three who had cOtne to the front to win starting positions with the seven above were Chamness, Gould and Beall. The first half looked as if the Redbirds might lose since they trailed 6-0. Late in the third quarter Tom Beall scooped in a pass from Jim Moore and twisted his way 28 yards for a touchdown. In the fourth quarter McCarroll ran a Benld punt from our 25 to their 20 and a few plays later McCarroll scored. Alton 12, Benld 6.
October 2, opened conference play at home with the East St. Louis Flyers, who wound up the season again conference winners. The Red-birds held their opponents the first half but gave up a touchdown in the third quarter when East Side connected on a good pass. The final East Side marker in the fourth quarter came after they intercepted an Alron pass. The Redbirds kept East Side worried most of the game and once in the first half lost the ball on East Side’s 3 yard line. Alton 0, East St. Louis 13.
October 9 found the Redbirds at Belleville— the team who was looked upon at this time as having first chance at Conference honors. The Maroons crashed through in the first half for 26 points. The half ended just in time to cost the Redbirds a touchdown as they had driven from Belleville’s 47 yard line to their 2 foot line in two plays. This drive gave the Redbirds confidence and in the second half McCarroll and Beall each completed a touchdown drive but Belleville also scored twice to leave the final count Alton 12, Belleville 39-
October 16 found Collinsville's Kahoks in Alton and intent on giving the Redbirds another conference loss. The local squad felt otherwise about it and went to work early in the game after Collinsville drove to the Red-bird 25- Scoring started in the second quarter after Lumpkin and Aulabaugh recovered an Alton punt when the Kahoks fumbled on their 15- A pass from Moore to Beall, in the end zone, was good. Collinsville threatened several times with a passing attack and it looked to be headed for a touchdown late in the second quarter. Harvey Veit spoiled the Kahok fun when he grabbed a Collinsville pass and ran 92 yards to score. In the third quarter Tom Beall got a spot of grand assistance from the line and reeled off a 72 yard touchdown run. Alton 19, Collinsville 0.
October 22 found the Redbirds at Granite City. The game started with a Redbird rush and before Granite's Warriors suspected what was up a long pass from McCarroll to Harrison was good for a touchdown and extra point was place-kicked by McCarroll. At this point the sad Warriors took over and they had made themselves Happy Warriors by the end of the half when they led 19-7 although Alton was in possession of the ball on Granite’s 6 yard line as the half ended. Play was about even in the second half but Granite got away with one end run touchdown play to give a final score of Alton 7, Granite City 25-
October 30 found Madison’s Trojans on the local field and although Coach Jackson used 36 players the Redbirds scored six touchdowns and extra point on five of them. Touchdowns scored by Beall, Moore, Aulabaugh, Robinson, Goss, and Jansen. The final score read Alton 41, Madison 7.
November 6 found Edwardsvillc's Tigers in Alton and fully determined to win. However, good defensive play by the Redbirds including grand punting by Harrison stopped the Tigers until late in the fourth quarter. In the meantime Beall and Jansen had scored for Alton. The final read Alton 12, Edwardsville 6.
November 13 found the Redbirds in the Oilers’ den. Season records forecast an even chance for Wood River. Before the first quarterended Smith had connected with Aulabaugh for a touchdown pass. The backficld had used ground football from the Alton 4 to the the Wood River 42 when all of a sudden the touchdown pass whizzed by the Oilers. No further scoring occurred until early in the fourth quarter when Jansen sneaked through for a touchdown. Only a few minutes later Eldon Smith scored for Alton. Now the Oilers put over their lone touchdown, but enough time remained in the game for Alton to carry the ball to the Oilers ten and here again the Smith to Aulabaugh pass combination clicked. The score: Alton 24, Wood River 7.
Thanksgiving Day renewed the contest between Western Military and the Redbirds. Alton had enjoyed a better season than Western but it looked like a good game was in store for the fans. When the first half ended 0-0 it appeared that this might be the final score. The Redbird players felt otherwise and late in the third quarter McCarroll spun around on the 70 yard line until he had Western groggy. Then
Bob started south and ended his run in Western's end zone with Alton's first six points. All this set-up was made possible after Harrison intercepted a Western pass. Following the touchdown, Western drove to Alton's 1 foot line. Trying a line buck on fourth down, Western found Beall and Harrison had stopped them 2 feet farther away on the 1 yard line. In a brief period of time the crowd was surprised to sec McCarroll score again. Western fumbled on their 33 on the first play following out punt. In three line plays, McCarroll Jansen—McCarroll and Bob scored touchdown number 3 for his credit and Alton's glory. Western received the Alton punt and returned to their 28. Hcte they elected to pass but Hcchler intercepted. Five plays and McCarroll scored his and Alton's fourth touchdown. Western was having a hard time getting beyond their 40 yard line. A punt of Western was blocked and Harrison scooped it up. He reached pay dirt ahead of Western for their fight was gone. Now the army had been licked 12 times straight by Alton High. Final score: Alton 33, Western 0.
Alton 12....................Benld 6
Alton 0.....................East St. Louis 13
Alton 12....................Belleville 39
Alton 19....................Collinsville 0
Alton 7.....................Granite City 25
Alton 41....................Madison 7
Alton 12....................Edwardsvillc 6
Alton 24....................Wood River 7
Alton 33....................Western 0
103SECOND BASKETBALL SQUAD 1st row: Frank Goss, Paul McGarvcy, LcRoy Chappell, Neal Petit, Orville Combs.
2nd row: Kenneth Dickerson, Paul Chamness, James McGhee, Eugene Wieland, Joe Smith.
FIRST BASKETBALL SQUAD 1st row: Bob Astroth, Tom Beall, Phillip Eaton, Otis Keener, Bob McCarroll, Henry Tackwell, Tracy Beck, Harvey Veit, Joe Naughton, Jim Schotters, Harold Shapiro, coach.
Basketball - 1942-1943
Harold Shapiro, Coach
The 1942- 43 basketball season found Harold Shapiro as head basketball coach. Shapiro had played college basketball at Illinois and after graduating there had coached for a year at Potomac, Illinois, where he had made a successful start in coaching.
The Redbirds journeyed to Jerseyvillc for the first game of the season. It was a 44-31 win for Alton and an early season optimism for basketball sprang up. This hope began to fade when Gillespie opened the Redbird home basketball season by pulling away to a safe lead in the fourth quarter and we lost 39-28. This was the first in a series of seven losses before the Redbirds crashed through for a win. Following the loss to Gillespie the Belleville quintet furnished the next opposition and after a close first half score the Maroons pulled away for a 41-28 win. East St. Louis closed the basketball plav before Christmas by defeating the Redbirds 40-26 in a game that lost its closeness in the final quarter.
The Redbirds opened conference play after the holidays at Granite City and held a 9 point margin at the start of the final quarter. The score stood 28-28 at the end of 32 minutes of play and Granite outscored us 7 to 3 in the overtime play and won 35-31- Wood River was next on the schedule and although played at Alton the Redbirds lost 37-25- Collinsville proved to be too strong for Alton and defeated us 38-22. At Edwardsville our boys scored enough to win an average ball game but the Tigers clawed away to a 54-41 win over the Redbirds.
Madison was our victim at home in our next game and every Redbird combination scored and the final score gave Alton a 59-22 win. The long looked for trip to Decatur was next in line for the Redbirds. Decatur was rated among the first ten teams in the State and it appeared as if a Redbird slaughter was at hand. However, the Alton boys played one of the best games of the season and Decatur was glad to get off with a 32-29 win in a game which was either ream's meat until the last 20 seconds of the game. However, it started the Redbirds on an eight game losing streak and Belleville put on the second stinger of this series of losses by a 44-21 count. Another nonconference game rolled along when Greenville kept to her winning ways and defeated us 48-28.
In our return game with East St. Louis they never gave us a chance and led by a comfortable margin all the way. Final count gave us 35 to East Side's 60. In our return game with Wood River the Redbirds gave the Oilers a
fast game and were on the Oilers heels for the first half—but Wood River couldn’t be stopped in the second half and won 54-38. Granite City dropped into the Redbird den and were supposed to have an easy time of it. However, the Redbirds went to work and led until the final minute of regulation time when Granite tied the score. We missed a foul shot after the gong which let Granite into an overtime game where they won by scoring 6 points in the overtime to Alton's 0. The return game with Collinsville, who now led and eventually won the conference crown, was too much for Alton and we lost 52-22. Edwardsville Tigers came to Alton intent on winning a game on our floor—something they had not been able to do in more than ten years. They "done it" this time 53-34. The final game of the regular season was played at Madison and for 3 quarters Madison led. Late in the fourth quarter the Redbirds gained a one point advantage which thev held and won 40-39.
Redbird chances in conference play were choked off when we drew the Oilers. The Redbirds led scoring for the first 12 minutes of play but then the Oilers took over command and won 58-25. This loss is somewhat reduced in sting by the fact that the Oilers went into the second round of play in the State finals.
Alton 44.....................Jerseyvillc 31
Alton 28.....................Gillespie 39
Alton 28.....................Belleville 41
Alton 26.....................East St. Louis 40
Alton 31.....................Granite City 35
Alton 25.....................Wood River 37
Alton 22.....................Collinsville 38
Alton 41.....................Edwardsville 54
Alton 29.....................Madison 22
Alton 59.....................Decatur 32
Alton 21.....................Belleville 44
Alton 28.....................Greenville 48
Alton 35.....................East St. Louis 60
Alton 38.....................Wood River 54
Alton 30.....................Granite City 36
Alton 22.....................Collinsville 52
Alton 34.....................Edwardsville 53
Alton 40.....................Madison 39
Alton 25..................... Wood River 58
Tournament game. Won 3
1st row: Charles Neudcckcr, Charles Otstot, Fred Fay, Homer Mathus, Bob McGhee, Norman Showers.
2nd row: George Warner, Joe Naughton, Jim Mann, Delmar Blodgett, George Smith.
3rd row: Orville Combs, Duward Worley, Harvey Veit, Garland Hopper.
4th row: Clyde Searles, Manager.
Not in picture: Lee Lumpkin, A1 White, Raymond Hughes, Don Jansen, Tom Nekola. Maui ice Roberts, Don Foster, William Reinhardt.
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Antone Jureziz, Coach
This year's track picture happened to be taken when the number at practice was not large.
While this article is written long in advance of the completion of the track season, yet enough has happened for us to give some recognition to the boys who have won various events.
Due to restrictions on travel the Redbird Cinder masters will not participate in more than six or seven meets.
Those who have won most points are: Lumpkin in the shot put; Veit in 440, high jump and broad jump; Combs in 880 and one mile; Naughton in 440, high jump, shot put and relay; Fay in 100, 220, hurdles and relay; Mathus in 100, 200, and relay; Jansen in 440, shot put and relay; Otstot in relay; Worley in pole vault; Warner in pole vault; Hughes in discus and pole vault; Nekola in 880; Roberts in 880; Showers in 880 and mile; Mann in shot put; Tickner in pole vault and hurdles.
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1st row: Tom Beall, Herman Hechler, Tracy Beck, Earl Bailey, Lewis Oden, Jim Schmidt, Karl Hanna, Donald Humphrey.
2ml row: Don Shearburn, Frank Goss, Dave Bland, Jack Foster, Gale Aulabaugh, Henry Tackwell, Bob Watkins, Bill Bryant, Roy Cannon, Egon Kuhn.
3rd row: Earl Bockstruck, Allen Kirgan, Don Foster, Bill Connerly, Dino Pars, Don Jansen, Jim Schotters, Bob McCarroll, Bob Fox, Phil Eaton, Paul McGarvey.
RED GRAY HI-Y
1st row: Bob Ridenour, Tom Nckola, Lee Lumpkin, Maurice Roberts, Bob Watts, Don Russell, Bob Eyler, Roger Cooper, Howell Sumner.
2nd row: Jim Mann, Otis Keener, Johnny Hickey, Bill Winkler, Bob Tucker, Marion Willis, Don Reining, Jack Dick, Bob Diez, Keith Robertson, Duward Worley.
3rd row: Vic Saunders, Ernest Chew, Paul Chainness, Bill Ganter, Kenneth March, Eugene Wieland, Bob Yungck, John Beard, Dclmar Blodgett.
RED GRAY OFFICERS First Semester
The purpose of Hi-Y is: "To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character." The four square side of Hi-Y is: clean speech, clean scholarship, clean sports, and clean living. The Hi-Y, a national organization, is a group
of high school boys who are seeking for themselves and their fellow students the highest standards of conduct for life. This affords an opportunity for developing leadership among its members, emphasizes things worth while, and aids in formation of friendships.
SMILEY OFFICERS First Semester
1st row: Imogene Hall, Charlotte Long, Marie Mayhall, Kathryn Wilson, Lila Peterson, Margaret Osterman, Eleanor Middleton, Virginia Hatfield, Marcella Wickenhauser.
2nd row: Lois Wiseman, Flora Wimmer, Jean McClanahan, Emma Buttle, Eloise Jones, Toi Griffin, Marjorie Schlueter, Betty Cresswell, Dorothy Williams, Shirley Lengacher.
3rd row: Bill Sanders, Bill O'Neil, Wayne Sullivan, Calvin Ennis, Earl Bailey, George Montgomery, Bill Winkler, John Hickey, Erwin Hebner, Eugene Kochnc, Keith Robertson.
1st row: Hilda Alexander, Miriam Meyer, Barbara Klauser, Ruth Aulabaugh, Elinor McKee, Mary Jane Yenny, Sarah Malone, Virginia Hatfield, Betty Hovey, Ruth Gordon.
2nd row: Mr. Grammaticoff, Marjorie Graul, Glendola Watson, Martha Weiss, Martha Reid, Kathryn Wilson, Joanne Rouleau, Betty McDaniels, Joyce Wilton, Imogene Belangee, Imogene Hall, Charlotte Winters, Mr. Santoro.
3rd row: Dclphcne Wilson, Revclla PfafF, Lois Wiseman, Norma Ford, Janet Williams, Alice Mise-gades, Martha Smalley, Irene Nisbett, Marilyn DeShcrlia, Betty Lawless, Dorothy McCoy, Lois Selkirk, Marjorie Hertcnstein, Lois Lutz.
4th row: Thelma Miller, Shirley Wightman, Marian Parker, Marjorie Schlueter, Don Russell, Bill Baum, Mather Waltrip, Ernest Chew, Bill Sonntag, Everett Johnson, Lewis Oden, Dixie Calame, Drew Dunnagan, A1 White.
President. ... ........
The Art Club was organized October 31,1931, by nineteen members. It was believed that strict admission requirements would make a better working organization. The purpose was to bring art into the school and a closer connection between the students and the field of art. The following rules were adopted:
1. All candidates must have had one year of Art in high school.
2. All candidates must have a grade of B. 3- All candidates must receive a majority vote
in the Art Club.
The pin is in the shape of an artist's palette and has three colored stones on it.
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El Circulo Espanol
OFFICERS First Semester
S ecretary - Treasnr. r.............Betty Hovcy
El Circulo Espanol is one of the newest clubs in the school, and because of the immense popularity of Spanish among the students, one of the largest and most popular. It was organized in 1942, and is now sponsored by Mr. Santoro.
Even though it is a comparatively new organization, the Spanish Club has proved to be a very active one. It has carried on many activities in the past year, some of which were dances, a bowling party, and a gala premiere
of an all-Spanish moving picture. Among speakers to address the Club were Dr. Young of Monticello and Captain Gage of Western Military Academy.
The purpose of the club is to further the aim of the Good Neighbor Policy; to arouse interest in our South American neighbor activities; to aid, by extra-curricular activities, the teaching of Spanish in the classroom; and to bring about greater friendship among the students of Spanish.
• FRENCH CLUB
1st rou - Jo Roberts, Patty Sober, Jean Loellkc, Marilyn Sheppard, Mary Ann McCaskill, Pat Vine, Thelma Wilken, Jean Howard, Elizabeth Smith, Virginia Huston.
2nd row: Georgia Bonne! 1, Jan Snarks, Dixie Lee Vann, Flora Wimmcr, Marie Mayhall, Mary Watson, Lila Peterson, Joyce Wilton, Nancy Acker, Imogcnc Bclangcc, Eileen Yacgcr, Virginia Moody.
3rdrow: Donald Humphrey, Betty Ready, Dolly Gaines, Dorothy Fay, Mildred Docrr, Sandra Downey, Betty Beck, Kay Clifton, Irene Davis, Miriam Meyer, Freda Spence, Mable Brown, Marion Tuck, Elvcrn McElrath, Betty Landis, Marcella Butler.
4th row: Wallv Oiler, Gerald Meyers, Dick Russell, Bob Fox, Tom Beall. Roger Cooper, Paul Chamncss, Betty Thompson, Peggy Hamby, Juanita Crosnoc, Karl Hanna, Fred Scavcy, Harold Wilkcn, Jim Koenig, Bobjohnk.
1st row: Phyllis Howard, Juanita Haynes, Mary Morwood, Jean Crayton, Doris Cunningham, Chrisantv Tchoukalcff, Joy Show, Wilma Paynter, Carolyn Miles, Sylvia Andrews.
2nd row: Dcloricc Armbrustcr, Betty Wilkcy, Maxine Cundall, Jane Linkoglc, Shirley Hawk, Georgia BonncII, Cecelia Wood, Betty McDaniels, Virginia Luft, Lucille Steiner, Marjorie Thciscn, Dorothy Alexander, Eunice Hanbaum.
3rd row: Ann Vosc, Kathryn Wilson, Joanne Rouleau, Eileen Huebncr, Dciores Scago, Margaret Butler, Patsy Marshall, Noel Turner, Ella June Fredericks, Eleanor Middleton, Alice Miscgadcs, Martha Smalley, Vera Tittle, Barbara Mcgowcn, Dixie Glazcbrooks, Dorothy Cairns, Gwen Huish, Marjorie Gent, Margaret Carrigcr, Jean Myers, Dorothy Voumard. 4th row: Frances Duty, Bill Sanders, Charles Otstot, Stanley Leonard, Mather Waltrip, Allen Kirgan, Cora Legate, Nicholas Scortia, Francis Gotay, Clinton Bonncll, Bill Jackson, Alice Waterburv, Meril Davis, Mark Perrin.
Le Cercle Francais
OFFICERS First Semester
President Elizabeth Smith
Vice-President. Irene Davis
Secretary Eileen Yaeger
Treasurer Kay Clifton
President Eileen Yaeger
Vice-President Gerald Mevcrs
Secretary Patty Mvers
Le Ccrcle Francais is open to students of 2nd semester French who have grades of A or B and to 3rd semester students with grades of C. Inductions arc held in September and January. Le Cercle Francais tries to present programs
related to France and the French language, and to offer more than is available in the classroom. We usually have one party during the semester, and in the spring participate in the annual Language Club Banquet.
President. . . . Vice-President Secretary.....
OFFICERS First Semester
Georgia Bonnel Charles Otstot . .Virginia Luft
President. . . .
Societas Latina scholac nostrae in MCMXXIX constituta cst. Ea cst non prima sui generis in historia scholae nostrae, nam olim erat societas multos annos. Lingua, vita, nioresque populi Romani aguntur in conventibus. Consilium socictatis cst amicitiam inter discipulos Latinos adjuvare, et majorem aestimationem Linguae Latinae colere.
Cecelia Wood Bill Sanders Barbara Mcgowcn
The Latin Club of our school was organized in 1939. It is not the first of its kind in the history of our school, for lone ago there was a society for many years. The language, life and customs of the Roman people are discussed at the meetings. The purpose of the society is to promote friendship among the Latin students, and to promote a greater appreciation of the Latin language.
The sponsors are Ann Goldsberrv and Ellen Machin.
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1st row: Mary Watson, Dorothy Kortc, Marjorie Graul, Kathryn Wilson, Jean Turner, Miriam Meyer, Lois Lutz, Betty McDaniels.
2nd row: Rosemary Doyle, Toi Griffin, Lois Wiseman, Alice Misegades, Martha Smalley, Janet Williams, Norma Lee Simpson, Jan Sparks.
3rd row: Guida Gilbert, Jack Jacoby, Don Russell, Earl Bailey, Henry Tackwcll, Roy Cannon, Bill Dick.
1st row: Toi Griffin, Mary Watson, Dorothy Korte, Marjorie Graul, Ruth Henry, Jean Turner, Miriam Meyer, Lois Lutz, Betty McDaniels.
2nd row: Roger Cooper, Gene Bailey, Margaret Osterman, Lois Wiseman, Alice Misegades, Martha Smalley, Ruth Aulabaugh, Norma Lee Simpson, Janet Williams, Shirley Wightman, Kathryn Wilson.
3rd row: Richard Russell, Howard Mathus, Don Russell, Don Reining, Earl Bailey, Henry Tackwcll, Roy Cannon, Don Jansen, Edmond Young.
Quill and Scroll
President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer
President Vice-President Secretary-Tre a surer
The Quill and Scroll is a journalistic honor society, international in scope. The Lovejoy Chapter, a charter member of the organization, was established April 4, 1927-Students eligible for membership must have done creditable work on cither of the school publications, The Times or Tatlcr. The purpose of the Quill and Scroll is to instill in the students the ideal of scholarship; to advance the stand-
Lois Lutz . Lois Wiseman Jack Jacoby
Bill Dick . Roy Cannon Kathryn Wilson
ards of the profession of journalism by developing better journalism; to develop better journalists by developing a high code of ethics; to promote exact and dispassionate thinking, clear and forceful writing. Further, it has been the purpose of this chapter to take on some school project each year.
This year induction exercises for new members were combined with the annual banquet and was held at the Maple Inn in Godfrey.
OFFICERS First Semester
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Alton High Times
Editor, first semester....
Editor, second semester. . .
The Alton High Times is published bi-weekly by students of Alton High School, with the aid of their faculty adviser, Miss Galley. It was first published in 1923, and is supported by subscriptions and advertising.
The purpose of the paper is: "To promote scholarship; to preserve school tradition; to encourage sportsmanship; to support school activities; to provide practical experience in journalism; and to increase loyalty to our school."THESPIANS
1st row: Georgia Bonnell, Mary Watson, Winnie Jennings, Dorothy Korte, Ella June Fredericks, Gerry Barnett.
2nd row: Stanley Leonard, Edmond Young, Tracey Beck, Keith Robertson, Jim Schuricht, Dolly Gaines.
1st row: Georgia Bonnell, Mary Watson, Janice Catt, Vera Tittle, Charlotte Holland, Dorothy Korte, Ella June Fredericks, Gerry Barnett, Dolly Gaines, Winnie Jennings.
2nd row: Jean Turner, Eleanor Middleton, Eileen Huebner, Martha Reid, Naomi Mason, Martha Smalley, Alice Misegades, Juanita Haynes, Pat Myers, Alice Horn, Irene Davis, Dorothy Cairns, Imogcnc Trout.
3rd row: Elizabeth Smith, Cecelia Wood, Bill Ross, Vic Saunders, Don Reining, Stanley Leonard, Edmond Young, Jim Schuricht, Tracy Beck, Ralph Parish, Keith Robertson, Irene Nisbett.
President Vice-President Secretary....
Sponsored by the Alton High Dramatic Club the National Thespians is an honor society for high school dramatics. To become a member . one must have performed creditably seventy lines or more in a play or have taken active part back-stage.
Otjr chapter was organized in 1932 with eight members.
The aims of the society are to develop a Spirit of active and intelligent interest in dramatics; to assist directors and students in Ahe presentation of plays; to stand as a reward
Mary Watson Dolly Gaines . Winifred Jennings
Gerry Barnett .Edmond Young Winifred Jennings
for excellence in high school dramatics; to acquaint directors and students with progress of dramatics in other high schools; and to bring about a close relationship between the troupe.
The club members directed two one-act plays for assembly and gave one play before the East Junior High Assembly. They had two induction ceremonies taking in 18 members. One one-act assembly play was given to make money for their contribution to the Stage Door Canteen and more than $54.00 was collected.
President Vtce-Prestdcnt Secretary....
OFFICERS First Semester
President....................Winifred Jenn l ngs
The Dramatic Club, one of the oldest clubs in Alton High, is for those students who are interested in taking part in plays and similar activities about school. Each year this club presents two three-act plays and two one-act assembly plays.
This year the Dramatic Club celebrated its
twentieth anniversary. Miss Rutledge, sponsor of the organization, and the members gave a banquet celebrating the event and invited those who have taken an interest in the activities of the organization during the past.
The three-act plays given were: "Young April" and "Smilin’ Through."
1st row: Kathryn Wilson, Dorothy Ewcn, Alice Staehle, Jean Turner, Miriam Meyer, Mary Watson, Ruth Aulabaugh, Virginia Meszaros, Margaret Fiola, Betty Beck.
2nd row: Betty McDaniels, Joanne Rouleau, Dorothy Korte, Alice Misegades, Gerry Barnett, Dolly Gaines, Martha Smalley, Lois Wiseman, Naomia Durborow, Norma Ford.
3rd row: Margaret Osterman, Don Foster, Vic Saunders, Ed Young, Maurice Roberts, Tracy Beck, Don Reining, Irene Nisbctt.
1st row: Mildred Perica, Wilia Mae Gray, Virginia Massalone, Dorothy Howard, Wilma Graves, Georgia Frye, Dorothy Cairns, Norma Jean Fischer, Betty Watkins.
2nd row: Mary Lou Sherman, Nelda Filkins, Pete Georgevits, George Clausen, Jack Champlain, Bob Kieninger, Rose Ann Manor, Grace Johnston, Wilma Jean Mosely.
3rd row: Bob McCannon, Everett Johnson, Gerald Meyers, Curtis Frye, Duane Clayton, Richard O'Hara, James Webb, Myron Cross.
OFFICERS First Semester
The purpose of the Student Forum is to create the interest of students in local, national, and international affairs, and in social, political, and economic problems.
Any student is eligible for membership in
the Student Forum, but good scholarship is desired.
Until her death on March 14, 1941, Miss Jennie Cates was the sponsor. Mr. Wollerman is now the sponsor.
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The Student Patrol was organized shortly •after our school was established.
The purpose of this organization is to keep the corridors clear and free from confusion which would disturb the classes in session during the lunch hours. The students volunteer and after
two semesters they arc awarded a letter for their services.
Mr. Ihne was the sponsor until he resigned and took his new position as principal at the East Junior High School. Mr. Wollerman is now the sponsor.
1st row: Ora Mason, Glenda Rush, Barbara Megowen, Jane Newcomer, Dorothy Stockdale, Marjorie Bishop.
2nd row: Jack Jacoby, Bill Dick, Bill Sonntag, Clinton Bonnell, David McKee, Walter Caldwell, Bernard Titchcnal.
1st row: Bob Fox, Tom Nckola, Bill Winkler, Bill Dick, Paul Smith, Don Davis.
2nd row: Richard Milford, Glenn Allen, Fred Seavey, Edgar Richardson, Milford Tallyn.
}rd row: Raymond Henry, Bob Yungck, Richard Russell, Bob Thayer, Werner Soltermann, Richard O'Hara.
The Camera Club is a club organized to help students that arc interested in photography and to provide an interesting sidelight on school life. The programs are presented in an interesting manner, all the while, however, teaching the fundamentals of photography. Many students who have attended these programs, find the knowledge they have gained helpful
in their hobbv and even’in their life’s work.
Besides the interesting meetings, the club provides a dark-room and equipment for developing, printing, and enlarging one's own pictures.
The onlv requirement for membership is an active interest in photography.
Miss Tucker and Mr. Kober act as sponsors.
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In order that any teacher and any class might have the privilege of viewing a movie at any period in the day, a group of boys were selected who were willing to give up one of their study periods to assist in operating the projector in the balcony. For each period of the day two
boys were available, and during the school year the boys who are pictured here have made our extensive movie program possible. The school and the Tatler are glad to cooperate in giving these operators the recognition due them.
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2nd row: Ted Cruzat, Arthur Watson, James Holman, Alvin Holman, Harry Ballinger, Jr.
PHYLLIS WHEATLY GIRL RESERVES
1st row: Juanita Edwards, Edna Skinner, Bernice Allen, Clida May Phillips, Jesse Warren, Doris Ballinger, Mary Johnson, Mary Skinner, Dorothy Alexander.
2nd row: Ruth Davis, Mary Davis, Lois Pedleton, Mildred Williams, Maydonna Mitchell, Charleen Moss, Dorothy Knight, Betty Searles, Lois Logan, Alene Galloway, Eva Nell Johnson, Eunice Cruzat.
3rd row: Edna Keen, Flora Mae Hollaway, Jessie Hoscy, Nadean Mitchell, Eunice Character, Helen Stewart, Madora Phillips, Marcetta Vaughn, Verta May Tate, Mary Lois Dennis, Vivian Wilson.
George Washington Carver Hi-Y
The George Washington Carver Hi-Y has been active again this year. Probably the most successful of the year's projects has been that of successfully co-operating with the Phyllis
Wheatley Girl Reserve Club in promoting Saturday night dances at the Booker T. Washington recreation center.
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Phyllis Wheatly Girl Reserve
Treasurer....................Flora Mae Holloway
Treasurer....................Flora Mac Holloway
The Phyllis Wheatly Girl Reserve Club is named after a colored woman who was a poet. The club was founded in Alton about six years ago at the Y.W.C.A. The club was organized for girls of the senior high school. The club advisors have been Miss Eddie Mac Mitchell, Miss Marie Cruzat, Mrs. Greta Poindexter, and Miss Jewell Sutherland. Our present advisor is Mrs. C. P. Harton, the wife of Dr. C. P. Harton. The club was started for the fall term at the Y.W.C.A. with the election of officers.
The club has done much during the year,
such as meeting with the Carver Hi-Y, helping with the Alton Youth Conference in January, having Guest Speakers and also helping plan the Tri-City Girl Reserve Conference, which met in Alton in February. We cooperated with the Carver Hi-Y in giving Saturday night dances at the Booker T. Washington Center. Spring activities included a fashion revue and a Senior Prom for the Crowning of Miss Phyllis Wheatly of 1943- The proceeds raised from Queen Contest are being used to send girls to camp this summer.SCRIBBLERS
1st row: Norma Lee Simpson, Betty McDaniels, Joyce Wilton, Kathryn Wilson, Dolly Gaines, Ruth Henry, Mary Katherine Hinton.
2nd row: Fern Elliot, Marilyn DeSherlia, Miriam Meyer, Lila Peterson, Alice Misegades, Edna Wagoner, Virginia Meszaros, Dorothy Cairns.
Ird row: Francis Duty, Raymond Henry, Paul Perrin, Stanley Leonard, Mather Waltnp, Nicholas Scortia, Norman Gordon.
1st row: Eileen Jennings, Joyce Wilton, Martha Reid, Eileen Huebner, Cecelia Wood, Mary Seagraves, Ruth Aulabaugh, Naomia Durborow, Margaret Fiola.
2nd row: Joy Show, Dorothy Fay, Vivian Whitlock, Mildred Phillips, Marilyn Ewing, Dorothy Collins, Betty Wilkey, June Rister, Ruth Henry.
Ird row: Doris Harper, June Rose Clark, Marion Tucker, George Frye, Beatrice Greil, Shirley Hendricks, Loretta Jennings, Marion Kurz, Rosalie Dorsey, Miss Edwards, Sponsor.
President Bcttv McDaniels
Treasurer . Mather Waltrip
President Betty McDaniels
Treat ur r Nicholas Scortia
The Scribblers Club, under the sponsorship sponsor. A majority vote of the Club will
of Miss Sutherland, was organized in October, then provide acceptance for the candidate.
1942. Its purpose is to promote fellowship, Sophomores may be admitted only by a two-
to develop ability in creative writing, and to thirds vote.
stimulate interest in literature of all kinds. A minimum of two personal contributions
At the meetings contributions are read, dis- each semester is expected of every member.
cussed, and suggestions for improvement are These contributions may include essays, poetry,
made. short stories, or book reviews.
Any junior or senior interested in joining is Now and then time is taken off for some social
invited to apply to the Scribblers' president or affair which is usually a party.
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President Mary Segravcs
Vice-President Cecelia Wood
Secretary . Naomia Durborow
Treasurer . . .Eileen Jennings
President Bcttv Wilkey
Vice-President .Eileen Jennings
Secretary-Treasurer. . . Marion Kurz
Program Chairman. . Marilyn Ewing
Committee Chairman. . Jov Show
We Co-Ettes don’t have to write a long article helped at the Red Cross blood bank last fall.
telling about ourselves. It's common knowledge They were with us when we selected the com-
that we are a girls' club affiliated with the mittee who worked out our idea of Saturday
Y.W.C.A. and eager to be helpful to our school night recreation. We aided in planning the
and community. Although only a year old, the Alton Youth Conference and the Girl Reserve
Co-Ettes are remarkably active. We wear red Tri-City Conference. We took off our caps,
and gray skullcaps when we attend school games though, when we offered our much needed
in a body. Out caps went with us when we services at Alton Memorial Hospital.
ftAftftftAftAftAftMftftftAftftAMAAAAAAftftAftftAAftftAAAAAAAAAAftAftftftAAAA GIRLS' COUNCIL
1st row: Nancy Acker, Eileen Huebner, Georgia Bonneli, Virginia Luft, Jane Linkogle, Lois Lutz.
2nd row: Elizabeth Smith, Pat Mvcrs, La Verne Swaim, Beverly Howard, Eleanor Middleton, Alice Misegades.
3rd row: Marilyn Sheppard, Winifred Jennings, La Verne Gelzinnis, Cecelia Wood.
1st row: Don Jansen, Maurice Roberts, Herman Hechlcr, Bob McCarroll, Tracy Beck, Bob Tucker. 2nd row: Bill Bryant, Marion Willis, Bob Metz, Lewis Oden, Henry Tackwell.
3rd row: Erwin Hcbner, Paul McGarvcy, Frank Goss, Earl Bailey, Jim Koenig, Roy Cannon.
Girts’ Auxiliary Council
F rst Semester
Vice-President. . Secretary-Treasurer
Georgia Bonnell . . Virginia Tu7£ ■f? 1 i l Tim (TSm lth
The Girls' Council was founded in 1928 by Miss Wcmpen, who was sponsor until this year, when Miss Huebner assumed her duties. The purpose and motto of the club is "Service for the School," and its members strive to carry this out by acting as big sisters to new students, serving as office hostesses, and performing many
other important duties around school. The membership is limited to sixteen girls, chosen for their qualities of leadership, service, character, and scholarship upon recommendation of the faculty and approval and election by the Council members.
OFFICERS First Semester
The cabinet was formed in 1928 with Mr. Wood as the sponsor. It continued that way until this year when it came under the sponsorship of Mr. Pruitt. It is the oldest organization in school and its purpose is to be a service
club around school. It is limited to a membership of 20 members. They act as ushers and ticket takers or any other work to be done around school.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY—NEW MEMBERS 1st row: Virginia Garvcr, Lois Selkirk, Jan Sparks, Pat Myers.
2nd row: Georgia Bonnell, Milford Tallyn, Virginia Meszaros, Dave Morgenroth, Betty McDaniels.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY—OLD MEMBERS 1st row: Martha Smalley, Betty Hovey, Joanne Rouleau, Ruth Aulabaugh, Lois Lutz.
2nd row: Barbara Hovda, Lois Wiseman, Alice Misegades, Janet Williams, Ada Graul, Delphene Wilson, Herbert Hoover.
3rd row: Jack Jacoby, Lewis Oden, Mather Waltrip, Stanley Leonard, Clinton Bonnell.
National Honor Society
OFFICERS First Semester
Lois Lutz Roy Staples Lewis Oden
The Alton Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in 1927. Since this time it has become one of the most prominent of the school. A great deal of this success is due to Miss Cates, a sponsor since the founding of the society, who worked unceasingly for the club until the time of her death.
When Miss Cates was forced to leave school in November, her substitute, Mrs. Mitchell, temporarily assumed the sponsorship of the society. In February, two new sponsors. Miss Gates and Miss Voss, were chosen by the organization.
The four cardinal virtues on which the organization is founded and membership is based arc scholarship, leadership, character, and service. To fulfill the scholarship requirement, a prospective member must rank in the upper one-third of the 4-1 class. There is a list made of these students who arc then rated by the faculty on the other three virtues. Under leadership is considered the initiative, the
executive ability, and the influence of the candidate; under character are the dependability, industry, honesty, and personality; under service, the service to other organizations, to the school, and to the teachers is considered. The students receiving the highest number of points are then installed as members at a public ceremony. However, not more than fifteen per cent of the class may be inducted.
The main project of the National Honor Society this year was the sponsoring of rhe Penny Campaign. Over fifty dollars was collected and was used in purchasing books for service men. These books were then sent to Adak Island, Alaska, where one of our alumni, Enos Campbell, is stationed. During the first semester, a list of the former Alton High students now in the armed forces was compiled, in preparation for making up an Honor Roll similar to the one compiled after World War I.
1st row: Marilyn Ewing, Thelma Wilken, Lois Paul, Barbara Hovda, Betty Beck, Jean Stroud, Kay Clifton, Donna Hamilton, Norma Overath, La Verne Gelzinnis.
2nd row: Miss Sidwcll, Ann Voss, Paulctta Golike, Eva Gabriel, June Joyce Phillips, June Rose Clark, Alice Purcell, Alice Horn, Dorothy Cairns, Veva Mohler, Maxine Cochran.
1st row: Mary Hiller, Eva Jean Hickerson, Doris Cunningham, Martha Weiss, Martha Reid, Naomi Mason, Eileen Huebner, Mary Thompson, Joyce Wilton, Darlene Cundall, Charlene Nash, Sylvia Andrews.
2nd row: Wilma Dykeman, Bessie Lee Harron, Loretta Jennings, Phyllis Butler, Delorice Armbruster, Jackie Olsbv, Kathryn Riley, Ellen Mathews, Mc'via Franklin, Ellen Thompson, Vivian Reid, Rosalie Dorsey, Nell Shine.
3rd row: Betty Johnson, Lenora Graham, Janis Tillman, Marilyn Roberts, Joan McGinnis, Charles Burk, Louis Oehler, Jean Whitaker, Della Huck, Marilyn Ewing, Jean Weld, Mary Louise Kelley, Jean Igo, Phyllis Howard, Marcella Clayton, Geraldine Baker.
4th row: Mr. Porter, Shirley Hendricks, Betty Shelf, Nathan Sutton, Wallace Oiler, Harold Wilhelm, Kenneth Whiting, Nicky Bogdan, John Beard, Carolyn Myles, Sandra Downey.
The "Minute Maids" is a patriotic society, organized in 1942, during the great emergency. The girls in this group are chosen for their outstanding traits in scholarship, service, and cooperation.
The purpose of this club is to aid the war effort. This aim is carried out by the cncourage-
Eileen Roberts .... Alice Horn Jane Rodgers Barbara Hovda . Maxine Cochran
ment of the sale of War Bonds and Stamps, and by the cooperation with the Junior Red Cross. One of this year's features was the making of portfolios to be sent to young people in England.
The sponsor is Miss Sidwcll.
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The Choir this year has been very active in class work and in outside activities. They have taken part in assembly programs, commencement exercises, appearances at churches and other schools in the city as well as their
regular school work.
The main purposes of the Choir work are: To develop skill in reading and singing; To discover and develop individual voices possessing outstanding ability.
,ftftftftftLIBRARY ASSISTANTS 1st row: Martha Wilhelm, Shirley Wightman, Delphene Wilson, Martha Reid.
2nd row: Miss Voss, Ruth Aulabaugh, Josephine MickolF, Eva Gabriel.
3rd row: Beverly Howard, Eileen Jennings.
1st row: Pat Smith, Eugene Koehne, Ruth Horstman, Maxine Eiscnreich.
2nd row: Roderick Herman, George Clausen, Jim Mann, Bill Nixon, Tom Armstrong.
The Tatlcr is glad of the opportunity to pay tribute to this group for their assistance to the school and to Miss Voss in conducting the library. Since our enrollment is large and we must use the library as a study hall, and in view of the many calls for books and magazines.
it has become impossible for Miss Voss to do the work of a librarian. This group of girls has made possible the use of our library as a combined study hall and library as well as permitting Miss Voss to keep up the library records.
The Piasa Junior Rifle Club Association assumes responsibility for furnishing a firing range, ammunition, and technical instruction for the members of Alton High's rifle team. This season, and for the "duration," all matches arc by mail. Each team fires its round on the home range and targets are mailed to the officers of the St. Louis Metropolitan Rifle Club in St. Louis. Scores of all teams arc totaled and re-
turned in bulletins issued weekly. There arc usually ten teams in the league but only eight this season. Alton High finished in fifth place. The best Alton score was 713 out of a possible 800. The best league score was turned in by C.B.C. with 738. Captain of the Alton team for the year was Eugene Koehne and Mr. Myers served as faculty coach.
STUDENT COUNCIL—FIRST SEMESTER
Ist row: Jean Myers, Betty Eilers, Noel Turner, Sarah Malone, Georgia Ronnell, La Verne Gelzinnis, Jan Sparks, Grace Herrmann, Marvel Mayhall, Miriam Meyer, Marjorie Begnel, Nancy Acker.
2nd row: Phyllis Howard, Wilbur March, Otis Keener, Nathan Sutton, Marion Willis, Frank Goss, Roy Cannon, Boh Metz, Don Russell, Erwin Hebner, Tom Ready, Wayne Ridenhower, Mary Scgraves, Charis Poole, Betty Lou Gleiber.
3rd row: Ozzic McManus, Bob Astroth, Dick Russell, Allen Kirgan, Glenn Allen, Lewis Oden, Bob Eyler, Don Jansen, Jim Mann, Bob White, Wilbur Hcrtenstein, Francis Gotay, Bob Fox, Pete Baron, Leo Green.
STUDENT COUNCIL—SECOND SEMESTER
1st row: Mary Ann McCaskill, Charlene Ash, Cecelia Wood, Alice Staehle, Ann Kramer, Lucy Walker, Patty Sober, Betty Sue Russell, Christcna Rincr, Eileen Huebncr, Virginia Scott, Gerry Barnett, Betty Jo Echols, Mary Louise Kelley, Bob Astroth.
2nd row: Bob Eyler, Lewis Oden, Don Foster, Bob Ncidernhofer, Don Jansen, Dick Long, Roy Cannon, Glenn Allen, Fred Scavey, Richard Voss, Bill Jackson, Roderick Hermann, Bob Yungck, Rodger McManus, Kenneth Mihill.
OFFICERS First Semester
Roy Cannon Georgia Bonncl! .. Lewis Oden ..................Nell Shine
Vice-President Cecelia Wood
Secretary... Lewis Oden
Treasurer................ Don Foster
Vice-President Secretary. . . Treasurer. .
The Student Council is unique in being a school-wide organization. It is composed of representatives from all ranks from freshmen to senior.
The Council serves as a vehicle of public opinion within the high school. As a result of suggestions from the group, several dances
have been held. The Council sponsored a highly successful project in the Donkey Basketball game April 5-
It has become customary to send Council officers to the annual state convention. This was done this year, five people making the trip.
During the second semester a primary vote was taken by the junior class and six candidates were presented to the school as candidates for president. Second highest vote automatically became vice-president. Each candidate was represented by a campaign manager who introduced his candidate at a special assembly.
. Don Jansen Cecelia Wood
Candidates were Don Jansen, Cecelia Wood, Irene Davis, Erwin Hebncr, Beverly Howard and Eileen Huebner. The first two named were elected president and vice-president, respectively. The offices of secretary and treasurer are filled at the beginning of each semester.
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Bernard Tailoring Company.............
Block Ice Cream Company...............
Boyd's Sandwich Shop..................
Brown, John T., Motor Co..............
Buck's Paint and Floor Covering Store. . . .
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Carl's Shoe Store.....................
Carter Bros. Motor Co.................
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Lind ley Service Station. . 95
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Modern Welded Products Company..........110
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Reininger Dyeing and Cleaning Company 94
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80June Class Will
All members of the June, 1943, Graduating
Class of Alton High School having not been
adjudged to be of unsound mind, do submit
the following wills:—
I, Hilda Alexander, do hereby will my long hair to any one with the ambition to put it up every night.
I, Janice Applegate, will all my ability that I have of eating anything and everything without having to worry about weight, to "Pop."
I, Mary Lou Armstrong, will my natural curly hair to Penny Cunningham for rainy days.
I, Gene Bailey, will all my idiosyncracies on teachers to whomever else may enjoy picking them apart.
1, Gerry Barnett, will all my book reports to Niedernhofer so he can use them next year— with the hopes that he gets better grades than I did.
I, Tracy Beck, will all the breaks we didn’t have in basketball this year to next year's team. They will need them.
I, Dave Bland, will back to Mr. Pruitt all the so-called privileges I have had this year. Also to one of the juniors all the good times I had going steady with Nancy.
I, Jack Bloomer, will my job from 4 to 12 at Laclede Steel to some other unlucky individual
I, Clinton Bonnell, will my 8 o'clock gym class to any Senior who is slightly on the plump side.
I, Don Brcyfogle, will my ow-oo-oo-o-o to the other up and coming wolves.
1, Mary Jean Bryant, will all my fun in clothing class to Gracie Hermann.
I, Rac Butler, will my typewriter to the next one, and hope he can type faster than I can.
I, Mary Cairnes, will my shorthand notes to anyone who can read them. And all the fun I had in fourth hour lunch to a backward sophomore.
I, Carl Campbell, will Norma to no one for she belongs to me.
I, Norma Chappell, will my grades in Shorthand and my speed in typing to anyone who wants them.
I, Bill Conncrly, will my ability to get in and out of trouble with the faculty to anyone who will accept it and keep up the high standards.
I, Dorothy Corey, will nothing to no one because what I have got no one else wants.
I, Juanita Crosnoc, will to Phyllis Henderson, my seat in S. H. 4-1 if she's droop enough to accept it.
I, Ted Cruzat, will my tact and success to my little sister.
I, Zelma Cummings, will to Homer and Cliff Mathus the one and only tenth hour I received from Mr. Pruitt.
1, Laverne Cunningham, will all my extra gas tickets to anyone that wants them.
I, Ruth Davis, will nothing. I'll need everything I have.
I, Marilyn DeShcrlia, will the Scribblers Club to any student who has hopes of a writing career, and I do hope that after we leave, it will become a much saner club.
I, Jack Dick, will the underclassmen a good time and many happy hours at A. H. S. Also I wish the Seniors the best of luck. Victory in '43.
I, Sandra Downey, will all my hard earned knowledge of Alton High to some newcomer next year who is as bewildered as I was this year.
I, Rosemarv Doyle, will my fourth hour lunch table and all the fun I had to anvone who is lucky enough to get there first.
I, June Dunn, will to Betty Lawless the ability to join the Navy Air Corps.
I, Naomia Durborow, will the mirror in my locker to any girl who thinks she needs it.
I, Ponv Eagle, will my tomahawk and scalping knife to anyone that might need them. P. S. My Ford to the scrap drive.
I, Betty Jo Echols, will all the fun I've had in high school to Billie Lou, who probably won't need it.
I, George Edwards, will, I will, I will, I will not; I'll keep her.
I, Fern Elliott, will to some unlucky juniorwith a lot of work to do, my ability (?) to miss school on gym days.
I, Dorothy Ewen, will my three years of hard labor and fun to the future freshmen.
I, Robert Henry Eyler, will Phvllis Howard to no one as I want her myself. I do will mv curly hair to Don "Earl"Shearburn. He needs something to draw the girls.
I, Kathleen Fahrig, will all my crazy pins to no one, but I do will all my good times in Modern Drama to everyone.
I, Jack Fields, will to anyone who wants it, my ability to get along with the girls of the student body.
I, Don Foster, do hereby sadly leave my high position in the Traviche club to Forest Austin.
I, Jack Foster, will Mr. Claude Columbus Hanna a copy of "How to Win Friends and Influence people.”
I, Bob Fox, will the hair I shall get cut off my head in Boot Camp to C. C. Hanna.
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81Prepare for the New World
A College education is now possible to every young person desiring it.
Attend school at Shurtleff
Work at Western Cartridge Company
For full particulars on the new cooperative plan
Write or Call DR. GUY WIMMER, President
Shurtleff CollegeJune Class Will - - co?itinued
1, Eva Gabriel, will mv little sister’s "charming" company to anyone who likes to laugh. Do your stuff, Vera!
I, Bill Gantcr, will my mathematical ability to count third finger left hand to Bob Yungck.
I, Virginia Garvcr, will all my accumulated Aeronautical knowledge and fun in that class to some swoozy soppie.
I, Marvin Gaston, leave my ability to get my self out of any trouble to no one, I need it myself.
I, Eileen Georgeoff, will my locker to any future junk collector, who else would want it?
I, Richard Gerber, will my locker 1-271 to anyone who wants it.
I, Bill Glass, will my ability to read in English Class and still keep track of the discussion to any unpromising junior who feels that he can stand the strain.
I, LaVernc Golike, will my ability to take shorthand fast, to anyone who wants it.
I, Pauletta Golike, will my locker because of its convenient location near bookkeeping room, to Gene Hovda so Mr. Brown can keep an eye on him for me.
I, Betty Lou Gleiber, will my good times at Western Military Academy to anyone who wants them.
1, Norman Gordon, will my absent mindedness to the next poor absent-minded student.
I, Ruth Gordon, will the Alton High stage to Miss Colonius to be improved to satisfaction of the speech classes.
I, Ada Graul, will my A's to my cousin, Don Graul. But my interest in the Marines goes to no one—he remains solely mine.
I, Marjorie Graul, will my ability to get sunburned but never tan to Marian O'Haver.
I, Peggy Hamby, will nothing to no one, because nobody needs what I've got.
I, Bob Hanei, turn my belongings to future suckers who even look at an Alton High girl.
I, Ruth Hargiss, wish I had a will to will to someone.
I, Earlene Harper, will my ability to be quiet to Frances Langevin. However, I sincerely hope she doesn't use it.
I, Richard Herbst, will my Physical Geography book to anybody who is sap enough to take it.
I, Bob Herrmann, will all the Monticello girls (265) to the upperclass-mcn and hope they will have as much fun as I have had.
I, Alice Marie Hesse, will shorthand knowledge to all 4-2 girls but I will Jimmie to no one, he’s mine.
I, Marjorie Herzberger, will my jumpy walk to any poor Junior who is unfortunate enough to adopt it.
I, Norma Hill, will nothing as I will need everything I have for future dates.
I, Jessie Hosey, will my presidency in the Phyllis Wheatly Girl Reserves to Nadean Mitchell, the jerk.
I, James Holman, leave my good record and quiet ways to the new freshmen.
I, Barbara Hovda, will to my two brothers, Gene and Phil, all my girl friends and my spinster traits.
I, Jack Jacoby, being of unsound mind and weak body as a result of my many years work on the Tatler staff, will to Bill Dick and to any and all future staff phooeyographers, all of the fun and other things I have had here at Alton Hi with the exception of one Joanne Rouleau, whom I intend to keep.
I, Carl Johnson, will my ability to have lunch 5th hour but still cat 4th hour, to any other hungry boy who wants it.
I, Dorothy Johnson, will my gym classes to anyone who can stand the strain and thereafter survive.
I, Bettie Johnson, will my good times at Alton Hi to Dorothy Hayes.
I, Everett Earl Johnson, will to any poor sucker who will accept them, my wolfish tactics and lack of success.
I, Eloese Jones, will my hair style to Christena Riner, and may she never be caught in a rainstorm.
I, Phil Kaeser, will my locker to the younger generation.
I, Lorena Kemmery, will everything I've got, which isn’t much, to Noel Turner who has even less.
I, Barbara Klauser, will all my good times in Spanish to the next Spanish 4 class.
I, Virginia Lee Kohler, will my locker to anyone who is willing to clean it up.
I, Dorothy Korte, will my part in the senior play, of Harriet Stanley, to Miss Degenhardt.
I, Gene Kratschmer, will my rule of never daring a girl more than 3 times to anyone who is smart enought to keep it. I shall not need it anymore.
I, Egon Kuhn, will my ability to get along with the principal of this great institution to anyone who wants it.
I, Anita Kunz, will nothing to no one. I’m a bit Scotch.
I, Lorraine Lamm, will my perfect attendance and my locker to Juanita Ross.
I, Eugene Lane, will my big mouth and old 10th hour slips to Meryl Cox and I hope he uses them.
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I, Frances Langevin, will my ability to get up early to Earlene Harper.
I, Tom Lanham, will —to— —.
(Hch! Hch! That'll keep 'em. guessing)
I, Betty Lawless, will all my domestic interests to (she knows whom). I doubt that I'll need them for some time to come; however, I'm sure she will.
I, Rita Lcadv, will all my "good" grades and "studious ability" to my sister Marylou. She'll need them.
I, Lawrence Legg, will my complete misunderstanding of History to Ray Lukcn.
I, Lorraine Lodge, will my love of Modern Dance to any frcshic that's dumb enough to sign up for it.
I, Mary Ellen Lorch, will my Art Classes to Bernice Martin and hope she likes them as well as I did.
I, Kcnntj Love, will my ability to sec both sides of the question to Miss Rutledge.
I, Dot McCoy, will the lunch table with all the kids to Freida Wisdom, my ability to eat candy in study hall without getting caught to Mrs. Smith, and my knowledge of how to lose friends and underestimate people to Ed Young.
I, Betty McDaniels, will all the exercises I've endured in gym to Tarzan.
I, John McCourtney, will my door boy job at the Steel Mill, and my power to stay away from girls to Robert Watts.
I, Bob Metz, will all my knowledge and personal experience to Paul McGarvcy.
I, Miriam Meyer, will this whole school and all the good times (and bad times) I've had in it to the poor little freshies.
I, Jo Mickoff, will my ability (which was through a struggle) to get enough Vergil to anyone attempting the "delightful" course.
I, Harold Miller, will this bed of thorns to anyone who can lie in it and I'll go on to happier days with Jerry.
I, Alice Misegades, will my seat in Spanish Class to anyone who would like ro know the private life of Mr. Santoro. (And is it interesting!)
I, Tom Mitchell, will all my knowledge to any freshman who needs it.
I, Roger Mitchell, will my good looks and manners to Wade Jones, Esq.
I, Virginia Meszaros, will to the Chemistry lab all the glass tubing that I wish I had.
I, Dave Morgenroth, will "all" my dates with Nell Shine to someone who really appreciates them. (Where did I get that "all" stuff). I hope Bill reads this (not Bill Bryant cither).
I, Lorcne Murray, will my sweet, friendly, locker partner to Marvin Langford.
I, Jean Myers, will my desire to be a Navy Nurse to any other girl willing to take the chance of the 3 years in exile.
I, L. Edgar Newell, will my radio ham knowledge to Jim Webb and my commercial radio to Mr. Stage, W9MNB.
I, Harry Nickel, will my ability to leave all the shc-wolves alone to all shy and bashful fellows.
I, John Norris, do will to who ever it may concern my chewed up pencil vfhich is in my locker.
I, Esther Northcutt, will nothing because I have nothing left to will after three vears of high school, except my books, which I do gladly bequeath to some freshman.
I, Lewis Oden, willingly will my many lockers, my meekness, bashfulncss, and pleasing technique to anyone who is crazy enough and smart enough to figure them out. All the rest I keep for myself.
I, Gene O'Neill, will my red hair to any member of the community that may need it.
I, Margaret Ostcrman, will my love for Art to someone who knows how to draw and my swell times in Art Club to the new members.
I, Norma Overath, will all my good-times to Jean McClanahan but Carl to no one.
I, Sonna Lou Parker, will all my advice to Martha S. and Eva Mac Strccpcr to pass on to some other needy one. I will all Aunt Sona advice to those who need it.
I, Lois Paul, will my hours of cutting asparagus to Ed Young. He is so anxious to learn how!
I, Helen Pelot, will my shorthand to anyone who needs it. I am sure that I don't.
I, Rose Pcrica, will all my love for Wayne to who ever thinks they can get him.
I, Paul Perrin, will my handsome face and figure to any sucker, oh well take anything I've got, I'm leaving.
I, Lila Peterson, do will my love for Senor Santoro to anybody with a handy slingshot.
I, James Edward Phillips, upon this day of graduation do hereby will my heart to Alice Hesse, and my brains to Ray Raymond. He needs them!
I, Dorothy Phillips, will my senior year to Norma Royse, my excellent chemistry grades to June Darr, and loads of luck to all coming senior students.
I, Dorothy Ploggcr, will to Juanita Hcaly all my interest in Edwardsville.
I, Ray Raymond, do will my address book including all California addresses to Bob Dicz, may he do it justice.
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86June Class Will - - continued
I, Lois Redman, will all my good times and memories to the girls who will be Seniors next semester.
I, Wayne Ridenhower, will my corner locker and Esquire Calendar to all future wolves.
I, James Reinhardt, will my ability to drive a car and to get it from my dad for dates to George Walker for his dates. (If he has any).
I, Maxine Riley, will my ability for getting up early, to Jean Kcnnington, although she doesn’t need it.
I, Jane Rodgers, will my chair in 303 to any brave heart who will stay as long as I did.
I, Jo Roberts, will all my tears in the show to Pat Sober providing she doesn't have a hand to hang on to, and my ability to remain faithful to the Air Corps no matter what, to Dodie Lambert.
I, Maurice Roberts, will my football uniform I didn’t wear to Bob Astroth, if he needs one.
I, Joanne Rouleau, will all my moron jokes to Willy Dick. I will Jack Jacoby to no one, he is mine.
I, George Sancamper, will my ability to get along without studying to Bob Myers.
I, Eileen Schneider, will my Chemistry intelligence to Dave Bland's notebook.
I, Jack Schuricht, will my ability toacttoMiss Rutledge who needs even what little I can give her.
I, Jim Schuricht, will my willingness to cooperate and my ability to remember to Janice Catt, the "student" who needs them most.
I, Nicholas Scortia, will my brain to the Smithsonian Institute of Technology for all future generations to come to, a shrine to worship and admire. I also bequeath my sunny disposition to Howell Sumner who certainly needs it.
I, Nell Shine, will my locker to some nice person but I hope there won’t be as many in it then as there arc now.
I, Dorothy Sims, will to Dody Lampert everything that I have learned and she hasn't and also my good record for not missing school.
I, Mary Skinner, will my ability to keep out of other people's business to who ever needs it.
I, George M. Smith, will my job setting pins from 6-12 P.M.?, to anyone that is willing to work so long and so hard for so little.
I, Harold Smith, will Betty McDaniels one dozen handkerchiefs to remove lipstick.
I, Werner Soltermann, will all my good times and hard work on the Tatler to the next business manager.
I, Jan Sparks, will nothing to Bev Howard, she doesn’t need any help from me.
I, Alice Staehlc, will all except one of my kisses to Bill Dick who says he is "Sweet Sixteen and has never been kissed," and all the fun I had on the Tatler staff. To Pop, all the empty coke bottles.
I, Roy M. Staples, will the hallowed spot beneath the corner booth at Stratford Hotel to the most dishonorable William "Old Taylor” Ross.
I, Fred Stephenson, will my great ability to whistle to anvone, and all the girl trouble I have ever had to Rich Usinger.
I, Alberta Storm, will to PeggyStorm anything she wants of my school career.
I, Wayne Sullivan, will my cartooning to all who can't find anything to do in classes and will Betty to no one.
I, Milford Tallyn, will my good times in school to anyone else who needs an education.
I, Betty Taylor, will my emotional control to Ann Freeman.
I, Betty Jean Thompson, will my 2 years of "watchful waiting" to Noel Turner.
I,ZeraThompson,dohereby will to anyone who wants them all the moron jokes I have heard at Alton High, but there arc other things which I will will to no one.
I, Virginia Tomlinson, will my part of the Senior play to the next person to undertake such a headache.
I, Bob Tucker, will nothing to nobody, I don’t have anything or anybody.
I, Jean Turner, do hereby will all my Shorthand classes to anyone that wants them, but I will the Times staff to no one.
I, Eva Waggoner, will my alarm clock and my ride to school to my sister, Earlene, and hope and pray she makes it on time once in a while.
I, Bob Wallace, will my ability to stay sober to Bill Ross. Do you think he needs it?
I, Nina Wallace, will all my three years of High School to the new students that are coming here next September. Good Luck kids!
I, Mather Waltrip, will my torso to Senor Santoro, or Betty McDaniels, or whoever will bid for it. The proceeds are to be donated to buy honey for Mr. Hanna.
I, George Warner, will all play reports to Bob Astroth.
I, Kenneth Warner, do hereby will my plain ignorance and shorthand class with 33 girls to whoever is dumb enough to take it.
I, Margaret Warner, will my books, teachers, classes and everything to whoever is sucker enough to take them.
(Continued on page 120)
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88January Class Prophecy
GALE AULABAUGH is selling felt hats in Panama. RUTH AULABAUGH is Martha Raye in Hollywood. ROGER BAKER is a married man. DORIS BALDRIDGE is a cigarette girl for the baseball games in Chicago. PETE BARON is a famous dancer. WILLIAM BAUM is Vice-President of Owens-Illinois Glass Co. JOE BORMAN is running a Dog Store in Kentucky. WAVERLY BOWER is a torch singer in London. LUCILLE BRADSHAW is an old maid. PETE CAIRES is a dentist in Chinatown in San Francisco. DIXIE CALAME is a big time stock market operator. MILLICENT CHAPPEE is molding biscuits at the Sunshine Biscuit Co. MARY LUCILLE CHISM is a night club singer. WILLIAM COLLINS is the man on the flying trapese in the Barnum Bailey circus. CHARLOTTE DILLING is in charge of a hospital for cats and dogs. MILDRED DOERR is living in a Pent House in New York. DREW DUNNA-GAN is a General in the U. S. Army. RUSSELL EATON is running an electrical show. EARL EMBREE owns a bedding company. DOROTHY FAIRLESS is teaching baby taik to babies. DOROTHY FAY is champion bicycle racer in California. JACK FERGUSON is "Cheese of Police" in Dog Town. MARGARET FIOLA is a Greek Goddess living near the Mediterranian. FRANCES FLEMING is the soup taster in a large cafeteria. GORDON FISCHER is raking care of dumb animals. NORMA FORD is hash slinger at the East End Coney Island. ALVIN FRANZ is duck salesman for The Pied Piper. CURTIS FRYE is eating twenty cakes of Fleichman's yeast per day. GUIDA GILBERT is a night club singer in Philadelphia. DIXIE LEE GLAZEBROOKS is looking for chance to smile. FRANCIS GOTAY is touring the world to find a pair of shoes to fit his feet. GENE GOULD is the famous villi an in the Little Theatre Movement. TOI GRIFFIN is a nice quiet wife in the country. EDWARD HARVEY is teaching the feebleminded in Jacksonville. VIRGINIA HATFIELD is a successful music teacher in Moscow. CLARA HOCK has her ideal home. HERBERT HOOVER has just refused the position of President of U. S. because there is no chance for advancement. MARGARET HORSTMAN is still waiting for Drew Dunnagan to ask her. BETTY JANE HOVEY is pianist for an opera singer in California. PHYLLIS HULL is check girl at the Acme Bowling Alley. KENNETH JOHNSON us still going to school. EDNA KEEN is governess in a Mexican family of twelve. JOHN KENNEDY is Chief of the Godfrey fire department. WARD KING is a famous artist in Poland. KENNETH KORTE is rapidly growing famous as a tester of Beauty
Rest Mattresses. CLETIS KREIDER is milking cows in Kentucky. MELVIN KRUSE is champion high diver who will land on anything. DOROTHY LARRISON is getting the Sea-Breeze on the Pacific Coast. SAMUEL LAUGH-LAND owns a shoe factory. SHIRLEY LENG-ACHER is star reporter on the "Shipman Daily News." LOIS LUTZ is an understudy for Veronica Lake. MARCELLA McCANN is a tap dancer at the Fox Theatre. WILBUR MARCH is an Ensign in the Navy. HOWARD MATHUS is a highly respected doctor at an Insane Asylum. WILLIAM MEANS is passing out Wrigleys to his friends. JOHN MEISEN-HEIMER is taking dancing lessons from Martha Reid. THELMA MILLER is a famous hair dresser in New York. GEORGE MONTGOMERY is Editor of the Jerseyvlle Daily. IRENE NISBETT is selling reducing machines. CALVIN OBERMILLER is a ball player wih the Browns. LA VEDA PERRY is a scenario writer in Hollywood. MILDRED PHILLIPS loves the sea breezes. ROLLIE PHIPPS is married to the best cook in Alton. CHARIS POOLE is Stewardess on an ocean liner. DONALD REINING is newspaper boy at Sixth and Locust in St. Louis. MARJORIE RICE is modeling in Young’s Dry Goods Store. ELEA-NORE RILEY is a nurse in a St. Louis Hospital. GERALD ROBERSON is directing the Am-bassadorables. KEITH ROBERTSON is owner of Harmony Hall. ALFRED ROBINSON is making larger Holloway suckers for 5 cents. LATHY ROLOFF is Ambassador to Russia. MARILYN ROSIN is on the road to success as a writer of Pantomincs. GEORGE DON RUSSELL is head of the School of Agriculture at Illinois U. VICTOR SAUNDERS is a famous band leader. JAMES SCHMITT is showing West Point what Alton did for him. BETTYE JEWELL SEARLES is a stenographer for Morning Star Dairy. MARY SEGRAVES is a comedian in Hollywood. JUANITA SHEETS is a famous hairdresser in East Alton. MARTHA SMALLEY is on a rest cure in Florida. JANET SMALLWOOD is running the Chautauqua Hotel. LOUIS TAYLOR is a school teacher in Ohio. JAMES TITCHENAL is a curb service boy at Bright Spot. ROBERT WHITE is secretary for the Vice-President of the Loafer’s Club. DOROTHY WILLIAMS is now head cook at A.H.S. JANET WILLIAMS has caught that Man. MILDRED WILLIAMS is a noted dramatic actress. WILLIAM WILSON sleeps with the night and lives with the day. LOIS WISEMAN is an opera singer at Shubcrt Rialto. RALPH WOOLARD is a successful doctor. JEAN YUNGCK is making Tee's for dumb golfers.
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92“When Quality Counts We Get The Work"
Phone . . . 3-3457 Melling Gaskins Printing Co.
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96Janet Willaims, Mary Watson, Gerry Barnett, football queen, Nell Shine, Jo Echols
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When Purchasing Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry or Silverware
—SINCE 1852 ALTON’S LEADING JEWELERS
For New Cars and a good deal EMIL H. DICK EVERYTHING IN DRUGS
JOHN T. BROWN, Inc. 1610 E. Broadway Alton, 111. Broadway and Washington Phone 3-9231
DON A. KELLY
We have it; we’ll get it huUADLOUU’S I »»® com ! avinui SHOi STORi
or it isn’t in town. ”Peters”--Better Shoes
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ALTON CHAPTER ORDER OF DeMOLAY
WHO ARE SERVING IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THESE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
MAY ALL THEY GIVE AND SACRIFICE HELP TO BRING TO THIS NATION AND TO ALL THE WORLD—“A JUST AND LASTING PEACE”—BLESSED BY AN "ALMIGHTY GOD”
"What we have done for ourselves alone—dies with us What we have done for others—remains and is immortal.”
101CITIZENS COACH CO.
THE PATRONAGE OF THE STUDENTS.
MAY WE CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU BETTER AND WITH MORE SERVICE.
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Office 2-3132—Phones—Res. 2-2261 “SAY IT WITH FLOWERS”
Dee Floral Co.
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PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Phone 2-1831
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The Tatlcr gave the members of the June graduating class an opportunity to select the outstanding members of their class. The results arc as follows:
"All-round" girl.......................Gerry Barnett
"All-round" boy...................Lewis Oden
Most intelligent student.....Alice Miscgadcs
Class orator.............................Tom Nckola
Class pest..........................Nicholas Scortia
Outstanding athlete......................Lee Lumpkin
Champion gum-chewer.........Frances Langevin
Sleepiest classroom senior..............Bill Winkler
Tenth hour champion......................Lee Lumpkin
"lovebugs”.........Dolly Gaines—Tracy Beck
Boldest boy.............................Bill Winkler
[Girl—Joanne Rouleau Neatest m appearance. Boy-Jack Jacoby
Biggest "wolf”...........................Bob Watts
Boy with "smoothest" line..............Tracy Beck
Most faithful to Western Military Academy....................Betty Lou Gleiber
Most faithful to Monticello College........................Bob Herrmann
Favorite senior Woman Miss Colonius
teachers...........1 Man—Mr. Freeman
Most averaged dressed
Cutest junior classmen............
The most likely to succeed .............
... Girl—Nell Shine i Boy—Lewis Oden
Girl—Beverly Howard Boy—Don Jansen
f Girl—Mary Watson . Boy—Lewis Oden
GIRLS' SENIOR POLL
Fellas, the senior girls have decided that you should meet these standards, "or else"—
Length of hair............Regular (NO burrs)
Color of hair...........................Black
Color of eyes...........................Brown
Type..........Considerate, Polite and Jealous
Handsome or nice looking......Nice looking
Extravagant on dates....................No
"Man-about-town" or quiet..................."Man-about-town"
Intelligent or average knowledge.........Average
THE IDEAL BOY
Best looking hair.................Dave Bland
Nicest eyes.......................Bob Tucker
Best technique....................Tracy Beck
Best features...........................George Edwards
Best physique..............................Lee Lumpkin
Best smile.............................Maurice Roberts
Most pleasing personality..................Tom Nekola
Good sport...........................Bob Metz
Best dresser.......................Jack Jacoby
Best dancer............................Maurice Roberts
Best sense of humor.......................Tom Nekola
BOYS' SENIOR POLL
Girls, you’ll have to meet the following
qualifications in order to satisfy the senior boys.
Length of hair...........................Long
Color of hair...........................Brown
Type......Fun-loving, Natural and Independent
Color of eyes............................Blue
Type of dress.....Skirts, sweaters and Saddles
Amount of make-up.......................Light
Intelligent or average knowledge......Average
THE IDEAL GIRL
Most pleasing personality
Best sense of humor........
. .BettyJo Echols
.Dolly Gaines ... Gerry Barnett
. . Gerry Barnett . . .Gerry Barnett Betty Lou Gleiber . . Gerry BarnettHenry L. Berger JEWELER Luer Building KLINKE ICE FUEL COMPANY 6th Oak Streets Phone 3-8841
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Imported and Domestic Woolens “Clothes built to fit and fit to wear” 1635 Washington Avenue
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MERCURY - FORD Restaurant
LINCOLN ZEPHYR JUST GOOD FOOD
Phone 3-5531 14C0 East Broadway Alton, 111. John A. Greer, Manager 2519 College Avenue
Bread and Ice Cream ALTON BAKING ICE CREAM CO.
ALTON TIRE SALES
F. J. STOBBS' SONS 435-37 E. BROADWAY PHONE 3-8868
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106City Fuel Supply Co. High Grade COAL and COKE FUEL OIL SAND - CEMENT - STONE Wholesale and Retail Alton Illinois WM. F. BUND BILLIARDS ••••• • ••• ••• •• • Phone 3-9422 648 E. Broadway Alton, 111.
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107TRAIN FOR VICTORY
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young men and women.
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Telephone: 3-7141 Lumber - Millwork - Glass
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111Get It At . . .
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114Wes Percival, Mr. Foval, Charles Bryant Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Hughson, Mrs. Jewel, Mrs. Penrose Henry Gerdt, Frank Dehne, Mrs. McCormick, Ed Koehle
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115A Resume of 1942-43
When wc students arrived at school on September 2, 1942, we found many new faces among the faculty as well as the student body. We found Messrs., Santoro and Grammaticoff ready to teach us our Spanish day by day. The Social Science field gave us Mr. Wollerman and Miss Ahc. Miss Brcnnccke and Mr. Campbell were on hand to teach us the new X2—Y=4 or Math. Miss Tibbctts-and Miss Gullcr were on hand to bolster the commercial department. Miss Tucker was the new biology teacher and the tenth new faculty member was Mr. Shapiro. Shapiro had classes in gym and assisted in coaching football and coached basketball.
We soon noted many absentees among the faculty and inquiry disclosed the following bits of information. Mr. Wood was principal at Edwardsvillc and Miss Wcmpcn was taking care of a sister in California who was very ill. Messrs. Ihnc and Walraven were over on the hill at East Junior High with Mr. Ihne as principal. Mr. Vasey was in the army in Colorado and Mr. Thompson was working at Western Cartridge Co. Mr. Gcddes was with the future army at Western Military Academy. Mr. Rich was now teaching shorthand and typing in a Naval Training School in Indian-
apolis, Indiana. Miss Lodge was teaching her Spanish at Northwestern University.
As the school year progressed death claimed Miss Jennie Cates. The army called Mr. Bruno in April while Miss Sheppard left us in March and became the bride of a former teacher when she married Lt. W. L. Bailey, April 4. Mr. Deason secured a position in Southwest High in Detroit and Mr. Shapiro became athletic director of the Y.M.H.A. in St. Louis. At the end of the first semester Mr. Grammaticoff returned to Normandy, St. Louis County, Missouri, to teach Spanish in his home high school—only two blocks from home.
Mr. Ingles came to us from Mulberry Grove in Bond County to the place left vacant by the death of Miss Cates. He moved on to the gym and coaching work vacated by Mr. Shapiro. Mr. Vasey returned and took over the history classes vacated by Mr. Ingles. Mrs. Klaas took over Mr. Deason's classes in general science; Mrs. Brazel completed Mr. Bruno's work; Mrs. Guy Wiminer finished the year for Miss Sheppard; Mrs. Rodgers took a part of the Spanish classes left by Mr. Grammaticoff (and Miss Blackard the others).
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116THE 1943 TATLER
Indianapolis Engraving Co., Inc.
222 East Ohio Street
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Office Phone 2-3131 610 East Broadway
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Walnut Grove Dairy Dial 3-3581 Dial 3-3582
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Dairy and Office: 809-11 E. Broadway 100 Alby Street
Alton, Illinois Alton, Illinois
117ft ft ft h January Senior Activities ft ft »
AULABAUGH, GALE -Football, Basketball.
AULABAUGH, RUTH—Cheerleader, Co-ettes, National Honor Society, Times Staff, Spanish Club, Student Forum, January Sr. Play “Our Town.”
BAKER, ROGER—Times Staff.
BALDRIDGE, DORIS—Art Club.
BAUM, WILLIAM—Choir, Student Council, Spanish Club, Latin Club, January Sr. Play “Our Town."
CAIRES, PETE—Band, “Our Town.”
CALAME, DIXIE—Spanish Club.
CHISM, MARY LUCILLE—French Club.
COLLINS, WILLIAM—Honor Society, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, January Sr. Play “Our Town.”
DOERR, MILDRED French Club, Co-ettes.
DUNN AG AN, DREW—Football.
EATON, RUSSELL—Radio Club.
EMBREE, EARL—Carver Hi-Y.
FAY, DOROTHY -Secretary-Treasurer January Class, French Club, Co-Ettes, Student Council, Girl Reserves.
FERGUSON, JACK—Student Council.
FIOLA, MARGARET—Book Club, Girl Reserves, Student Forum, Co-Ettes.
FORD, NORMA—Spanish Club, Student Forum.
FRYE, CURTIS—Honor Society, Student Patrol.
HARVEY, EDWARD—Tatler Staff, January Sr. Play “Our Town.”
HATFIELD, VIRGINIA—Tatler Staff, French Club, Art Club, Spanish Club, Quill and Scroll.
HOOVER, HERBERT—National Honor Society, Band.
HORSTMAN, MARGARET—Student Council.
HOVEY, BETTY JANE—Sec.-Treas. Spanish Club, Sec. Book Club, Library Assistant, National Honor Society.
KEEN, EDNA—Girl Reserve.
KENNEDY, JOHN—Football, Basketball.
LAUGHLAND, SAM Smiley Hi-Y.
LENGACKER, SHIRLEY—Art Club.
LUTZ, LOIS—Pres. Nat. Hon. Society, Pres. Quill and Scroll, Times Staff, Girls' Council, Student Forum, Spanish Club, Latin Club, January Senior Play, "Our Town.”
MARCH, WILBUR—Student Council.
McCANN, MARCELLA—Girl Reserve, French Club, January Senior Play “Our Town.”
MONTGOMERY, GEORGE—Art Club, January Senior Play “Our Town.”
NISBETT, IRENE—Dramatic Club, Student Forum, Spanish Club, January Senior Play “Our Town."
PHILLIPS, MILDRED—Co-Ettes, January Sr. Play "Our Town.”
POOLE, CHARIS—Student Council, Girl Reserves.
RILEY, ELEANORE Glee Club, Choir.
RUSSELL, GEORGE DON—Track, Football, Red and Grey Hi-Y, Quill and Scroll, Times Staff, Spanish Club.
SAUNDERS, VICTOR—Student Forum, Latin Club, Red and Grey Hi-Y, Dramatic Club (Hatfields and McCoys) January Sr. Play “Our Town.”
SCHMITT, JIM—Student Council, Smiley HiY, Band, Track, Football, President of Jan. Sr. Class.
SEARLF.S, BETTYE JEWELL—Girl Reserve.
SEGRAVES, MARY—Co-Ettes (Pres.), Choir, Book Club.
SMALLEY, MARTHA—Editor of Times, Spanish Club, Latin Club, Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, Student Forum, Dramatic Club (Young April) January Sr. Play “Our Town.”
WILLIAMS, JANET—French Club, Spanish Club, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Times Staff, January Sr. Play “Our Town.”
WILLIAMS, MILDRED—Girl Reserve.
WILSON, WILLIAM—Student Forum.
WISEMAN, LOIS-—Times Staff, Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, Student Forum, Spanish Club, French Club, Art Club, Student Council, Girl Reserves, January Sr. Play "Our Town.”
WOOLARD, RALPH—Camera Club.
119June Class Will - - continued
I, Nick Warner, will all my speech knowledge to anyone who will accept it. If Colonius will permit?
I, Mary Watson, will to Bernice Martin all the trials and tribulations of being an overworked, tormented senior girl suffering from the draft and everything that goes with it.
I, Vera Watson, will all my falls up and down the steps and in the halls of Alton High to some unlucky freshman.
I, Marilyn Weber, will my ability to wait to Peggy Green.
I, Dale Werts, do will my good times at Rock Poole’s to Bill Flippo.
I, Jcane Whitaker, will my ability to get my man to Eleanor Schlobohm and hope she can do more with it than I was able to.
I, Isabelle White, will to Annie Freeman's boyfriend the ability to answer all her foolish questions.
I, John White, will my ability to get out of class first and into the cafeteria line last to Bing Scott.
I, Marcella Wickcnhauser, will Mr. Freeman and "Pop” Myers to no one, not even their wives.
I, Eugene Wieland, will my place on the second basketball team to Joe Smith.
I, Shirley Wightman, will my ability for writing to soldiers, sailors, and marines to any girl who wants to keep up the morale.
I, Marion Willis, will all the shoe leather I have wasted walking the halls before school to Henry Tackwell and Donjansen, Inc. I also will my place in Red Gray Hi-Y to any student who wants the best of everything.
I, Delphene Wilson, will my excess weight to "mother Walldrip."
I, Kass Wilson, leave to my DEAR brother Stu, the Wilson’s name; providing he doesn’t disgrace it anymore than necessary to have fun.
I, Joyce Wilton, will my stupendous height of 5 feet to Ed Young-—for obvious reasons.
I, William Winkler, will my long hair and ability to get into trouble at school to anybody.
I, Norma Gene Winterrowd, will my place in sewing class to anyone who will accept it.
I, Lowell "Daddy" Wonnacott, do will my power over the Alton Hi School "Profs” to my little six-foot brother as I don’t think it will do me much good where I’m going.
I, Clarence O. WoofT, will all my best sleeping chairs in Alton Hi to Ray Robinson.
I, Naeoma Wooldridge, will my sleepy days in study hall to Dotty Gilmore, or to anyone who needs the sleep.
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