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Page 106 text:
First Row: Nancy Gabriel, Pat Thomas, Mary Ann Truitt, Ierry Vinyard, Iody Webber.
Second Row: Iuanita Crum, Margie Barnett, Louise Connor, Alice Ballard, Marianne Paul, Carol Beneze,
Third Row: Dorothy Markel, Shirley Miller, Wanda Douglas, Geraldine Colley.
Future Homemakers of America
The National Organization of the
Future l-lomemakers of America was
organized in 1936. The local club
started at Alton High School in 1948.
To be eligible a girl must have had
some course in Home Economics. The
purpose of the club is to encourage the
girls to improve their homes for better
living. One of the club's activities is
serving organization banquets in the
school cafeteria. The biggest project
is serving at the A.E.A. Annual Christ-
mas Dinner Party. The meetings are
held on the first and third Thursday
of every month. Miss Dorothy Max-
field is the sponsor.
Two Future Homemakers prepare a meal
Three of the girls pose with dresses they
have made in clothing,
Page 105 text:
1: Iackie Iouett, Shirley Duelm, Bev Carscn, Shirley Ioan Robley, Ioyce Ruthsatz, Ellen
Gwillim, Marsha Moore.
2: Mary jane Myers, IoAnn Webb, Robin Macleod, Elizabeth Smith, Velma Duvall, Veronica
Elder, Darlene Sykes,
3: Florence Kodros, Elizabeth Burns, Martha Lamastus, Charlotte Iones, Sandra Robertson,
Nyla Drutis, Ieanette Sutherland, Norma Harper, Louise Connor, Kathy Ackerman.
4: Shirley Christopher, Alberta Clarke, Beverly Landiss, Kay Swan, Ruth Warner, Claire Smith,
Ioyce Isaacs, Betty Calame, Pauline Brockmeyer, Margie Wilkin, Kay Stobbs.
Kathleen Thompson, Ioyce Baker, Delores Budde, Shirley Lowery, Margie Haley, Iackie
Future Nurses of America
The E.N.A. consists of girls in-
terested in nursing as a profession.
Their purpose is to create an under-
standing of the fundamentals of the
nursing profession and to give assist-
ance to the school during the school
Some of the activities of the org-
anization include assisting in the T. B.
program, helping in the clinic, dental
inspection, first aid, and taking temp-
eratures, The girls take numerous field
trips through local hospitals and have
heard many interesting speakers on the
subject of nursing.
Regular meetings are held each
month with their sponsor, Mrs. Frances
Top Right: A '
Elizabeth Green and Kay Stobbs use the
One of the posters announcing the pend-
ing T.B. skin tests.
Page 107 text:
First Row: Williarn Iohnson, Laurin Davis, Marvin Ringering, Charles Geisler, Harry Gustine, Paul
Norris, Charles Schwaab, Ronald Ballinger, Gerald Wendle.
Second Row: Robert Eales, Tommy Flinn, Paul Rundell, Earl Hazelwonder, Wesley Hale, Clayton Krug,
Don Colburn, Leroy May.
Third Row: Edwin Dare, Toni Antrobus, Gary Hogyatt, Albert Straube, Iames Freeland, Ioseph Cannon,
Robert Chase, Iames Cartwright, David Bachman, Ronald Gustine.
Fourth Row: Crawford Bealon, Albert Miller, Leroy Pace, Richard Cary, Ralph Rowden, VVayn.e Wester-
hold, Ronald Stilwell.
Fifth Row: Donald Herring, Ronald Schindewolf, George Rider, Clarence Stoner, Marion Paul, Ierry
Neimeier, Maurice Paul.
Sixth Row: Iames Cochran, Frank Frankford, Leo Meeden, Dave Musgrave, Leslie Hale, Harold' Olden.
Seventh Row: lim McLaughlin, Virgil Strohbeck, Gene Gvillo, Donald Hull. Ed Groshan.
Future Farmers of America
The Future Farmers of America
is an organization to help young men
of high school age learn more about
their chosen vocation of farming. Club
projects with animals, grain, and build-
ings for animals help further their
knowledge. These projects are often
entered in the FFA. fair held in dif-
ferent cities each year.
Last fall the boys held a pest con-
trol contest. The boys were divided
into two teams, team one was headed
by Bob Tarrant and team two was
headed by Earl Hazelwonder, The
boys received points for different pests
depending upon the difficulty in catch-
ing or killing them. The more diffi-
cult the pest was to kill the more points
Throughout the year, groups of
boys attend judging contests in near-
by communities. Many of the boys
entered these contests.
Mr. Paul Glaeser, the Vocational
Agriculture teacher, sponsors this org-
MCIiil7L'I'f-2 of the Future Farmers pose be-
fore a display of ribbons won by F.F.A.
The Future Farmers receive some practi-
cal experience in class.
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