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Page 114 text:
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.
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.
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
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.
Page 113 text:
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
First Ron: Billie Lafikes, Kay Stobbs.
Bob Edgell, Shirley Gaghen, ludy
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,
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
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.
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,
Page 115 text:
"The purpose of the Carver Hi-Y is
to promote, maintain and extend through-
out the community the ways of christian
character," This motto constitutes the
organization, Like every successful organ-
ization, Carver has its president, vice
president, secretary, treasurer and other
branch leader, who are nominated by maj-
Some of its functions are taking part
in all Hi-Y activities, such as the youth
congress and other useful activities. The
lighter functions of Carver are recreation,
which consists of parties, dances, table
tennis, basketball, and swimming. To be
eligihle for this enjoyahle and entertain-
ing program there is only one require-
ment, which is to be a student of Alton
First Row: Albert Charleston. lames Gray,
Clarence Thohbs, Orville lohnson, Mr.
Shrcomi' Row: Iames Alexander, Esau Tay-
lor, lolln Davis. Roy Porter, Cvuyland
Terrell, Alfred Lumpkin, Spencer Flem-
ing, Robert lohnson.
Third Row: Cleveland Hammonds, Rich-
ard McFerrin, Harry Otey, Lloyd Wil-
liams, Carl Soloman, Simeon Miller,
The Alton l-ligh Student Patrol is an
organization of students who are willing
to give up their time to be of service to
the school. Their job is to be at regular
stations during the five noon periods and
assist in maintaining order in the halls
and auditorium. Over sixty students he-
long to this organization. A captain is
in charge of each one of the five groups,
Mr. Kober is the sponsor. These people
have responsible jobs and really appreciate
the fine cooperation they get from the
CENTER PICTURE -
First Row: Romenell Williams, Carol
Rundell, Cynthia Thompson, Frank Mal-
oney, George lVlcCann.
Second Rom: lohn Kolditz, lo Voss, Ann
Mayhall, Fred Selhime, Bob Baker,
Third Row: Bolo Bull, Delores Hender-
son, Charles Figge, Harry Fessler.
LOWER PICTURE f
First Row: lune Koulman, Virginia Muel-
ler, Phyllis Heath, Nancy Strahan,
Betha Kitzmiller, Nancy Leonard, Shirley
Second Row: Iackie Oldham, Every Ed-
wards, Ronnie Stillwell, Ierry O'Brien,
Eugene Fisher, Velma Duvall.
Third Row: Tom Stutheit, lim Dunaway,
Michall Talley, Margie Golenor, Bob
Fourth Row: Shirley Howe, B a r lm a r a
Lemons, lerry Fowler, Ruth Terlisner,
Earl Hvelwonder llarr Gustine, Bill
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