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Page 111 text:
Mr. Homer Ely and members of the Future Distributors
First Row Elsie Pruett, Shirley Deucker, Virginia Ruyle Carol Reinha dt
Second Row: Emily Crowe, Betty Iohnson, Ruby Keene Russel Oldham George Hobel
Third Row Bob Henderson, Dale Furtwengler, Clarence Gwillim Dick Finley Roni eMedler Dick Temple
Fourth Rowz Dick Massey, Ronnie Evans, Pat Dunkel Dale Lenhardt
Future Distributors of America
The Future Distributors Club is
composed of members of the Distribu-
tive Education Class all of whom are
employed 'part-time in business or in
professional men's offices.
The purposes of the club are to
provide both social and educational
benefits to its members. Club meetings
are held in the classroom with several
outside social events during the year.
Field trips to various wholesale
and retail establishments in the area
are arranged including one all-day
trip to St. Louis each year. Outside
speakers are featured at regular club
meetings. Dick Massey and Ronnie
Evans were presidents of the organizaf
tion for the two semesters this ear
Mr. Homer F. Ely is sponsor of the
Mr. Ely. Shirley Brietweiser, Mildred Chap-
pel, Steve Rogers. Delores Cope, Mary
Meeden, Betsy Allen, Ruth Graveman, Nina
Burch, and Ianice Bushnell.
Ioyce Hoff, David Haggard, and Pat Davis
give a demonstration which doesnt seem to
Page 110 text:
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Glenda Prueitt, Edna Webb, Barbara Bazzell, Sarah Wetstein, Loretta Medlotk Nancy
Leonard, Margie Haley, Doris Rigas, Dottie Kaus, Peggy Clayton, Donna Dunbar
Ani.a Horn, luanita Crum.
Bev Burger, IoAnn Leonard, Nancy Harlow, Virginia Eubanks, lody Webber, lane Burmester
Beverly Gufnm, Ioan Fleming, Helen Maggos, Frances Layton, Ellen Gwillim
Miss Tibbetts, Sancra Wilderman, Mary Helen Barkley, Shirley Enos, Doris Harmon
Edwynna Baker, Grace Sipes, Carol Newton, Bertha Kitzmiller, Cynthia Thompson
Carol Simmons, Lois Goebel, Iudy Butler, Wanda Dunaway, Velma Brown, Shirley Wahle
Iackie Iouetl, Ioan Hughson, Rosalie Stamm, Shirley Woodman, Norma Thompson
Future Business Leaders of America
The Future Business Leaders of
America comprises a group of students
business education. The
program this year included demonstra-
electric mimeograph and
tions of the
comptometer. A trip to the business
schools of Alton and St. Louis was
taken to acquaint students with the
educational facilities in the area. Talks
on good grooming and business psy-
chology were given at two of the meet-
ings. The project for the year was
the purchase of a record player for the
business education classes. A candy
sale was held to make money for this
project. Miss Margaret Tibbetts is
faculty adviser of this organization.
Several of the F.B.L.A. members are
shown operating the mimeograph machine.
luanita Crum and Carol Ann Newton are
Page 112 text:
The Future Teachers of America is a
national organization which is devoted to
the purpose of stimulating interest in the
profession of teaching. ln the Alton club,
meetings are held the second Thursday of
the month and a program explanatory of
some phase of the teaching profession is
Through the help of Mr. Raymond
Ready, Administrative Assistant in Charge
ot Curriculum, the iuuior and senior mem-
bers of the club were able to spend one
day in different elementary schools in
order to learn something about teaching
at first hand.
The officers this year are as follows:
President, lane Stouder: Vice President.
Evelyn Mclntoshi Secretary, Pat Scoggins:
Treasurer, Elaine Foster: Librarian, Shirley
Gaghen. Miss Iewell Sutherland is the
sponsor of the organization. The mem-
First Row: Irma Iones, Pat Scoggins,
Elaine Foster, Irma Brunworth, uloria
Krinard, lane Stouder, Evelyn Mclntosh,
Seeonzl Row: Ioyce Isaacs, Veronica Eld-
er. Doris Deuclter, Iocelyn Parker,
Cvretchen Seig, Shirley Howe, Billie
Third Row: Reasie Miller. Barbara King,
Kay Stobbs, Bev Carson. Merry Leach,
Carolyn Miller, Alberta Clarke, Barb-
The Radio Club has grown consider-
ably in the last three years. It is Com-
prised of students who are sufficiently in-
terested in radio to spend time after
school. Mr. Willis, the sponsor, conducts
the club much as a class except that it is
more informal, ln the past, membership
has been limited, but tliis year less equip-
ment is being built and more time is
spent in siudying the many phases of
The members are from left to right:
Al Czerny, Merlin Barth, Bill Taylor.
lim Wilson. Roy Kaufman, Bob Deucker,
Iohn Koldttz. Bill Fabianic. Nlr. VVill.s.
Dale Wyatt, Donny Weber, Bob Travis,
and David Luft.
IUNIOR RED CROSS
The American Iunior Red Cross org-
anization of Alton High is made up of a
representative from every home room.
These representatives are chosen at the be-
ginning of the year. Officers are elected
,ind committees are appointed.
The proieft around Alton High is the
Red Cross campaign. The Iunior Red
Cross takes charge of this at Alton Ilieh
and collects the money and distributes the
Red Cross pins and membership cards,
Some projects for the year were as fol-
lows: making favors for the State Hosf
pital at Christmas. and making scraphoolas
of Alton, Miss Margairetha Zeltman is
faculty adviser to this organization.
The members are as follows:
First Row: Sandra Robertson, S y l v i a
Tchoulaleff. Betty Dunbar, Barbara
Nave, El.:abeth Smith, and Marjorie
Second Row: Kathleen Thompson, Ianice
Marsh, Sarah Wetstein, Carol Schaefer,
Albert Straube. lim Ruwse, Miss Zelt-
man, and Donna Dunbar.
Thirtl Row: Doris Deucker. Pat Grenze-
hach. Alice Colman, Pat Voumarcl.
Shirley Bopp, Donna Matthews, Billie
Iune Lafikes, Norma Thompson, Bev-
erly Carson, Iaekie Iouett, and Rosalie
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