Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1952

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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society is not only an active service club of Alton lligh School, but also represents a high goal attained by only a few. Although grades are one main factor in selecting members. service about school. character, and leader- ship are other important principles con- sidered by the faculty members. To be- come eligible a student must have a grad: average of 90 or above. and no grade of any course. A grade of "D" eli- tninates membership until one is a 4-Z. Only fue percent of the 3-2 class, ten percent of the 4-I class, and fifteen per- cent of the fl-Z class are selected each sem- ester. Assistants for the ntain office, Deanls offices, and the clinic are chosen from honor students and consequently one was a chance to render service to his school by holding one of these offices. Miss Alice Gates and Miss Margaret Hall are Co-Sponsors. "F" in First Ron: Billie Lafikes, Kay Stobbs. Bob Edgell, Shirley Gaghen, ludy VVilskc. Second Rout: Carol Schaefer, Doris Rigas, M a r g o r i e Sandin. loyce Schrumpf, Shirley Lowery, Carol Stillwell, Elaine Foster, Barbara King, loan Goldsby, Ann VVeaver. Third Rout: Pat Scoggins. Carole Steven- son, Shirley Brxetweiser. Pat Davis, Gloria Krinard. Phyllis Gittlen, Cynthia Hopkins, Nancy Gabriel, Shirley Duelm, Fourth Row: Patil Becker, Suzanne Elf- gen, Patsy Becker, Veronica Elder, Pat Vtfeaver, Marsha Moore, Mary llluetkin, Shirley Dietschy, lanice Bushnell, Mary Meeden. Fifth Row: IoAnn Leonard, Dottie Kaus, lane Stourler, Charles Lltcht. Melvin Capehart, Guido Vlflilhelm, Larry Beck- ert. Maurice Paul, David VVeaver, Marshall Tudor, David Murdoch. Bob Lofts snaps a football perspective. CAMERA CLUB The Camera Club was formed many years ago to further the interests of the students of AHS in photography. The club teaches students newly interested in photography the fundamentals of this pop- ular national hobby, Composition, print- ing, developing, slntple portraiturc, and lighting are discussed to make picture tak- ing for the beginning photographers easier. Mr, Kober is the sponsor. First Row: Dick York. Bob Coney, Carlo Schaefer, Kay McCarty, Alberta Clarke, Elizabeth Smith, lim Sokolowski. Second Row: loyce lsaacs, Shirley Bob- ley, Orville Brown, Linda Aldridge. Third Rout: Bob Lofts. Bill Moyer, Kenny Mills, Mike Talley. Iohn Koldttz,

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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 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 presented. 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- bers are: 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 Lafikes. Third Row: Reasie Miller. Barbara King, Kay Stobbs, Bev Carson. Merry Leach, Carolyn Miller, Alberta Clarke, Barb- ara Kortkamp. RADIO CLUB 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 radio work. 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. THE AMERICAN 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 Sandin. 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 Stamm.



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IUFLE CLUB Alton has no local competition, but is entered in the greater St. Louis Rifle League, Since rifle shooting is not a spectator sport, the majority of the matches are fired in St. Louis. Alton has been holding its own and has shown much imf provement over the years. Mr. Leo Wools gives much time and effort to the spon- sorship of the club. Members are: First Row: Iohn Dickman, Bill Rubright. Melvin Capchart, Bob Travis, lack Young, lohn Thies, and Merlin Barth. Second Row: Larry Beclcert, Ed Black, Bill Taylor, Gene Ste W a r t, Fred Czerny, Bill Fabianic, David Sm th, David Luft, and the sponsor, Mr. Wools, Those not present for the picture are: Bob Bull and Richard Herring. Mel Capehart, President of the Rifle Team, reloads during a practice session. RED AND GRAY HLY The Red and Gray Hi-Y clubs are affiliated with the Southern Illinois Hi-Y Council, the Area Council, and with the National Hi-Y Fellowship of the Young men's Christian Association of America. The purpose of this organization is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards tsl Christian character. Any male student of Alton High School who subscribes to the stated pur- pose of this organization is eligible to membership. Officers are Don Tutt, President: Tom Nlarquis, Vice President: Dale Nue- decker, Treasurerg Ralph Nash, Secretary: antl Don Harrison, Chaplain. Members are: Merlin Barth, lack Fishman. lack Hill, Dale Neudecker, Don Tutt, Tom Marquis, Don Harrison, Dick Massey, Bucky Hord, Bill Taylor.

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