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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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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,
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d f'ne roi of sin ers each year. Besides having different
Mrs Doris Rue director of Alton High School s chorus is consistent in pro ucing a 1 g up - g
groups that sing for various organi ations around the city of Alton the chorus gives several concerts a year, The first concert they give was the
Christmas concert at which they sing old and new Christmas carols The chorus also sings for assemblies and at graduations.
One of the r most outstanding public appearances was on the nigtt of March 18 when the high school chorus participated with other choruses
ALTON IUSTLY BOASTS OF HER WELL-TRAINED WARBLERS
Kathy Ackerman, Linda Aldridge, Barbara Antrobus, Iune Bacon. Harvey
Bacus,, Robert Baker, Robert Bateman, Crawford Bealon, Paul Becker.
Nlartha Blankenship, Diane Bosnak, lanice Bonnell, Ioe Burton, Marilyn
Borman, Vesta Boyd, Patricia Bryles. Gracie Brooks, Dorothy Bowder, Irma
Brunworth, Elizabeth Burns, Robert Barnwell, Dean Brown, Gertrude Camp-
bell, Alberta Clarke, Alice Colman, Ann Crane. Betty Calame, Shirley Chad-
wick, Margie Cochran, Maxine Crabbe, Ieanette Conway, Eugene Cope, Rita
Cannon, Peggy Clayton, Richard Crane, Marlene Curry, Lillian Davis,
Warren Durham, Evalena Davis, Terry Deterding, Beverly Dulaney, Doris
Depper, Ronnie Dilks. lune Davis, Nyla Drutis, Velma Duvall, Barbara
Dykeman, Esther Edwards, lean Emmons, Edwina Ewin, Maurine Edsall,
lack East, Iudy Edsall, Bob Fahrig, Robert Fields, Tommy Flynn, Bob Free-
man, Carol Grye, Bill Fabianic, Richard Foster. Dorothy Frohock, Shirley
Farmer, Paul Fluck, Donna Finch, George Floss, Shirley Gillis, Marion
Glenn, Elizabeth Green, Margie Golenor, Shirley Gowens, Don Grimes.
lanice, Grisham, Beverly Gumm, Mary All Galloway, Bill Garner, Ioan
Henderson, Gene Hoehn, loan Hughson, Betty Hatfield, Shirley Howell,
Marjorie Harris, Nancy Hickerson, Alfreda Holman, Bob Hamer, Ed llummel,
Sandra Ingles, Charlotte lsaacs, loyce lsaacs, Archie Ingram, Richard ln-
gram, Iackie Iouett. Kathleen Iohnson, Robert lohnson, Ruby Iacobs, loan
Ienkins, Nancy Kasinger, Lillian Kirk, Pat Kirkpatrick, Maurice Kennedy,
Frances Layton, Ruby Lewis, Ann Lvnn, Martha Lemaster, Nancy Leonard,
Billie Iune Lafikes. Merry Leach, David Luft, Kathleen McBrien, Donna
March, Dick Massey, lune Moore, Karen Murphy, Alma Mason, Sara
Mitchell. Don Morris, Opal McClendon, Bette Mahon, lerrie Means, Wanda
Miller, Robert Mills. Sandra Moore, Carol McKinney, Felis Macias, Mike
Macias, lanice Marsh, Alice Nleisenheimer, Carolyn Miller, George Morrison,
Barbara Nave, Carol Ann Newton, Dorthy Norman, Yvonne Norris, Peralie
Owens, David Oare, Gerald O'Brien, Ann Prewitt, Robert Parker, Anita
Perez. Norma Phillips, Iocelyn Parker, Helen Payne, Roy Porter, Bonnie
Pruiett, Diana Parker, Thelma Paul, Io Ann Pfeiffer, Marjorie Phillips,
Gene Ramcy Doris Rigas, Rosetta Rav, Gloria Reeder. loc Rain, Dick Reid,
Myrna Reis. Ianice Rousseau, Carol Rundell, Oscar Reed. Margaret Ringer-
ing, lim Rowse, Patience Scales. Ieanette Schmidt, ludy Sidner, Claire Smith,
Dardanella Smith, lim Sokolowski, lane Stouder, Dale Spurgeon, Kay Stobbs,
Frank Sutton, Gretchen Seig, Connie Silveus, loyce Stewart, Ruby Stice,
Dorothy, Stockard, Robert Stockton, Edna Svitak, Kay Swan, Shirley
Schwaab, Lorraine Scott, Grace Sipes, Nancy Spelner. Dorothy Stanka, Al-
berta Stewart, Roberta Stockton, Rhoda Stuart, lerry Togue, Eula Taylor.
Willie Thompson. Peggy Trogelon, Louise Tarrant, Guylan Terrell, Norma
Thompson, Ruth Tidwell, Mary Ann Truitt, Carole Turner, Loretta Tyson,
Martha Taul, Nancy Titchenal. Dick Temple, Iackie Temple, Delphine Urs-
prung, lo Ann Voss, Rosalie Vucarrie, Ioyce Wallendorf, Retha Wells,
Sarah Wetstein, Bill Wieneke. Bob Wieneke, Roger Vtfillis, Porter Wilson,
Dan Wood, Shirley Woodman, Robert Worthey, Iutly VVhyte, Pat Webber,
Shirley Zimmer, Edith Zumwalt.
This chorus in a finale number with the photographer stationed in the upper
wings on the stage in the auditorium.
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