Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1952

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Page 108 text:

Row 1 Row 2 Row 3: Carol Schaefer, Anita Horn, Sally Morrow. Linda Lingenfelter, Gloria Krinard, Shirley Robley, Shirley Lowery, Marjorie Sandin, Dottie Kaus, Ioan Fleming, Ioan jenkins, Billie Lafikes. Margaret Ringering, Dardanella Smith, Io Ann Webb, Bev Burger, Patsy Becker, Ann Crane, Pat Scoggins, Iocelyn Parker, Melvin Capehart, Terry Bonnell, George Morrison. Kay Travis, Bill Taylor, Merlin Barth, Bill Fabianic, Dana Eastman, Bill Garver. Dramatic Club Tryouts are held once or twice a year for Dramatic Club. Candidates who are chosen for membership are selected for interpretations of roles, enunciation, and diction. One play is presented each semes- ter by the Dramatic Club. Members help with lighting, props, make-up, and prompting in addition to acting in plays. This club was founded in 1923 for the purpose of creating and ex- pressing the interests in drama and its i function. A lf 'Q Miss Mildred Rutledge is spon- 3 , sor of the Dramatic Club. Cast of "Ghost Wanted", a three act comedy- mystery play presented by the Dramatic Club last October. Row l: Gloria Krinard, Dana Eastman, Shir- ley Lowery, Billie Lafikes, and Ann Crane. Row 2: Miss Mildred' Rutledge, director, Marj- orie Sandin, Ioan Ienkins, Iudy Iordan, and Terry Bonnell. Row 3: Bill Taylor, lim Heil, Bill Fabianic, Melvin Capehart, George Morrison, and Bill Garver,

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 were given. 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- anization. Upper Picture: MCIiil7L'I'f-2 of the Future Farmers pose be- fore a display of ribbons won by F.F.A. nienibers. Lower Picture: The Future Farmers receive some practi- cal experience in class. gp' s ' MX M..



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Row 1: Billie Lafikes, Shirley Lowery, Ioan enkins oan Fleming Dottie Kaus Patsy Becker Pit Scoggins. Row 2: Larry Keller, Dana Eastman, Terry Bronnell Bill Gxrvei Ann Crane im Heil Melvin Capehart, George Morrison National Thespian Society The National Thespian Society was started in Alton High in 1932: the Alton troupe number is 126. Those who have done the required amount of dramatic work are eligible for mem- bership. New members are inducted twice yearly at a banquet at which time the Best Thespian is announced. Each year two Thespians pick a cast and direct a one act play for as- sembly. They also hold a faculty candy sale to raise money for their treasury, Miss Mildred Rutledge is the troupe sponsor. Upper Group: The induction ceremony of the National Thespians. Lower Group: The newly inducted members are as fol- lows: Seated: Bill Garver, Dana Eastman. Ann Crane, Melvin Capehart, and Iim Heil. Standing: George Morrison, Shirley Low- ery, Billie Lafikes, Ioan Ienkins, and Terry Bonnell.

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