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Page 116 text:
5 ,9l'E.L.' ' MVK. L51
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,
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.
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
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
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
'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
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,
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
. 1 .. ' , y
Page 117 text:
This group of students has provided
J valuable assistance to the efficient op-
eration of the main office. Four students
are assigned each period by the National
Honor Society for the purpose of collect-
ing absence slips, running errands, and
assisting in any way possible.
First Row: Marjorie Sandin. S h i r l e y
Lowery, Elaine Foster, Patsy Becker,
Cynthia Hopkins, Ann VVeavcr, Pat
Srcomi Rumi Guido Wilhelm, Sue Schrie-
ber. IoAn-1 VVebb. Phyllis Clayton, Car-
men Fitzhugh, Shirley VVahle, Suzie
Elfgen, Marilyn Brooks, Marsha Moore,
Tfrrzl Row: Dale Dick. Don Luddeke,
Bill Carver, Paul Norris. Morris Manns,
Emma Riley, Georgia Tarrant, Louella
The assistants to Miss Leona 'lvetcr
are assigned, at their request, to serve
during certain periods in the day in thc
dean's office. They assist in several ways
in the work of thc office: running errands,
filing, receiving visitors to the office, and
attending to any duties delegated to them
during the time she might be absent from
First Row: Helen Priedecker, Margaret
Ringering, Pat Meisenheimer, Loretta
Thompson, lane Adams.
Second Row: IoAnn Leonard, Phyllis
Isabelle, Miss Tctcr. Eunice Malson,
Each year Mr. Ray Iackson, Dean of
Boys. selects a group of boys who are
willing to give their time to help him in
his office. Their job is to answer the
telephone, run errands, take care of busi-
ness when he is away, and to do general
office work. The boys must be depend'
able, accurate in their work, and of good
standing in the student body.
Mr. Iackson with Iim Eisenreich, Bob
Darr. lack Hill, Bob lVlcMillan, and
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