Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1952

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CARVER HLY "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- ority vote. 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 High. First Row: Albert Charleston. lames Gray, Clarence Thohbs, Orville lohnson, Mr. Richard lohnson. 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, Nlelvin Huff. STUDENT PATROL 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 student hotly. 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, Ronnie Chappell. Third Row: Bolo Bull, Delores Hender- son, Charles Figge, Harry Fessler. Gorden Belcher. LOWER PICTURE f First Row: lune Koulman, Virginia Muel- ler, Phyllis Heath, Nancy Strahan, Betha Kitzmiller, Nancy Leonard, Shirley Wahle. 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 Travis. Fourth Row: Shirley Howe, B a r lm a r a Lemons, lerry Fowler, Ruth Terlisner, Earl Hvelwonder llarr Gustine, Bill . 1 .. ' , y Taylor.

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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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Swv 'V 5 ,9l'E.L.' ' MVK. L51 PHYLLIS WHEATLEY Y-TEENS The Phyllis VVheatley Y-TSC s is a' filiated with thc Y.Vtf.C.7X. Smal ev"'1'1 are planned each mouth. The organization often has ioint tlisrussons with o,hcr Y- gronps, Delegatcs are chosen from thc' group to attriql conferences anri slzmni -' taxnkis. The purpose of this club is to lrarn to live hy living. Service to the rommunity is sircsscd, F rs! Row: loan llCntlcrso'w, Lillian D"v's, Nancy VVilliams, lcwrll llenclcrson. Nell lic Slack, Ur'eifr Lflriitlfm, ratirntt' Sealrs, Eula Taylor. 'ii-i-ond Row: IoAnn Bradshaw, lfvelyn Nlclntosli, Nlaxinr Crabbe, R thy llollif clay, Catherine Mcclentlon, Audrey Dennis. Opal McClc'nclon, Vera lloyd, Loretta Tyson. Tliirtl Rini: Dorothy Furlow, Clautlrtta Tyson, hlary Lo-yan, Norma Iran lVlatl.- son. Caiherean Claris, Lucille Barksclale, ljernire VVilburnn, Dorothy Howarcl, Iran Wilson, Lillian Kirk, Dorothy Young, lrma Ioncs, Fourth Row: Pearlic Mae Owens, Vesta Boyd, Aneal Pierson, Emogrne loncs, lu. a .uicvt-ns. Dorothy Storkaril, Yvonne llolman, Shirley Gowens, luanita Har- rison. Betty Gray, l2cas.e Miller. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS The Library Assistants are those girls wit-rtt-cl by Miss llall to hrlp In tht- toi iligh Library. The girls arc as- signed there during their free hours in- stead ol going to a sturly hall. Duties inclutlr thc' filing ol rartls, returning books to shelxes. keeping thc bulletin boards up to date and iutcrest.ng. anal other relatecl Llutits. Last Christmas the girls sent a box ol clothing and toys to Korea. One of the girls usually takes cart' of the library during the summer under thc supervision of Miss Louisc Anthony, Dir- ector of all the public school libraries in Alton. Fin! Row: Kaye Vvightynan, Merry Leafli. Grctchrii Srig, Dorothy Frohork, Norma Phillips. Ianire Rousseau, Carol Run- zlt-ll, Barbara Kortlcamp. gwtoml Rout: Donna Dunbar, P ll y l l 1 5 llealh, lrancttr Conway, Doris Rigas, lanet Barlow. Sandra Ingles, Ann Lagef man, lane Stonnler, Shirley Zimmer. Ieanrtte Sutherlanxl. Carol Stillwcll, Ann Pu-witt. CAFETERIA ASSISTANTS 'l'he rafetrria assistants are a group of about forty students who serve the school through thc raleteria. During thrir extra tuna' tary Carry out such duties as replacing foocl, helping in the disposal unit, cleaning tables, and assisting at the sna.k bar. lln return for thcir work they gtrt free meals,l Miss Mary Stilwell is thixr clirrctor. First Row: Bonnie Pruiett, lerry 'l'ague, Beverly Mrtcallc, Shirley liowlrr, Donna i.iailu'.vs, lfilern Srhuetz, Geraldine Iulatliews, Slurlry llarris, Scrofiii Row: Wilillzi Bornes. lrannrtts' Miller, Elsie Calhorall, Marie Cathorall, Florence Ursch, Hazel llirkcrson, Doris Mueller, Marie Golike, Altlyih 1'homp- son, Yvonne Morris, Donna Capps. Third Row: Indy Gravett, Margie Will son, lviargic lfvrown, uartauei Cmucii. llelrn Cathorall, Marilyn Kolesa, lim liigrain, Indy liuilrr, Carolyn Pigg. Fourth Row: Barbara Tlioinpson, Virgil Strohhrtk. Dozialtl liull, Harry Gustine, Lronarrl Sheff, Eugene Gvillo, Robert liales, Keith Scheutz, Leroy May, VVantla Dunaway.

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