Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1952

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Page 95 text:

Girls' Council First Row: Shirley Gaghen, Pat Scog- gins, Mary Tuetken, Shir- ley Dietschy. Second Row: Bev Burger, Phyllis Gitt- len, lo Ann Leonard, Ann Weaxfer, loan Goldsby, Patsy Becker, Indy Hast- ings, Marsha Moore. Third Row: Ann Prewitt, B a r b a r a King. Dotty Kaus, loyce Schrumpf. Fourth Row: C a r ol e Stevenson, Miss T e t e r, Florence Kodros, Kay Stobbs. Boys' Cabinet F'rst Row: Dave Musgraves, lim lleil, Louis Dreith, Tom Strom- ske, Virgil Hook. lim Blake. Second Row: Buddy Hook, lim Eisen- reich, Dan Lures. Sherry Heaton. Denny Long, Ed Hill. Third Row: lack Hill, Tom Marquis, Ralph Nash, Bob McMil- lan, Don Harrison, Bob Hamer, Bob Edgell. M-vm Tv? 1:-wr Girls' Council The Girls' Council is composed of girls from the Iunior and Senior classes who stand ready to do service for the school. Membership is deter- mined by recommendations from the English teachers and a vote of the older members of the club. This year the project of the organization was to provide glass table tops and lamps for the office of the Dean of Girls. As a money-raising project the girls sold small booklets called "School Daze." Other activ- ities included cleaning the trophies and ushering at school functions. The council meets twice monthly and new members are elected each semester. This active organization is sponsored by the Dean of Girls, Miss Leona Teter. Boys' Cabinet The Boys' Cabinet is a service organization of 25 male students. The Cabinet serves the school by announcing football games, working at basketball games, and posting the bulletin board. The cabinet often spon- sors or contributes to other activities that serve the school. The approximate membership of 25 is sustained by accepting members to fill the ranks of graduate members. New members are elected to the Cabinet on the basis of character, service and leadership. The social activities of the Boys' Cabinet include various trips to sports events and an annual spring steak fry. Officers are Virgil Hook, president: lim Rowse, vice-president, Bob Edgell, secretary-treasurer. The sponsor of the Boys' Cabinet is Mr. G. C. Davis, Assistant Principal. 40" pb? KH E k

Page 94 text:

lack Hill Presides in an Assembly First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Standing: Student Council Alton Highs form of student government is the Student Council Representatives from each home room meet in parlimentary manner and discuss problems and improvements for students and school. ln this way students and faculty leach agreements on many of the problems presented. Mr. DeWitt Thomas is the sponsor. This organization performs many regular services around school, plus others for bene- fits of students, such as concessions at sports activities and promoting school spirit through pep rallies. The President and Vice President are elected once each year from the Iunior classes. The whole school enters into the campaign and election, with the outcome unknown until announced, usually by the Alton High Times on Friday following the election, This year the victors were: Presicient, lack Hill, Vice- President, Oliver McAfoos. Officers elected for next year, following a colorful campaign, are: Buddy Hook. Presi- dent: and Tom Marquis, Vice-President. Oliver McAfoos, lack Glaeser, Charles Ford, lerry Fessler, Dana Eastman, Richard Cary, Terry Keshner, Ioyce Vieth. Sherry Heaton, Carcl Iones, Elizabeth Green, Iudy Edsall, Maureen Edsall, Shirley Farmer, Helen Paine, Dorothy Norman. Denise McAfoos, IoAnn Leonard. Pat Scoggins, Sally Penning, Marjorie Sandin, Sandra Roberts, Emma Riley, Claudette Younger. Kenny Prewitt, Louie Dreith, Ronny Vanata, Gene Kuhn, Steve Veloff, Priscilla Wildinan, ludy Yancey. Buddy Hook, Ichn Scoggins. Cecil Turner, Ronnie Wiglitiriaii, Marshall Tudor, Charlie Traitor, Eddie Smith. lack Hill, Bob Edgell, Fred Shuefz, Mr. Thomas, Barbara Nave, liddie Hill, Millie Chappell, Dave Murdock.



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The Staff Picnic Last Fall hixilril: lane Slounler. Shirley l.owl'ry. Bob Lofts. Ian Nlarsli, Charlotte Myers. Mel Capeharl, lcvyne Srliruinpf. Ann Lageman, Gene Kuhn. Don Harrison, Paul Becker, Kay Stubbs, Mary Tut-rkin, Susie Elfgen, Cynthia Hopkins. Marsha Moore. landing: Kaye VVightnian. Nancy Gabriel, Ronnie Lawsin Dwight Stubbs, Dirk Nlassev. lim Solcolrswski. 7952 flaky High. photog The editorial staff supervises all the phases 'of the Siu! The TATLER is the official yearbook of Alton The staff is made up almost entirely of Seniors which numbers about thirty students. Mr. Don Lewis is faculty adviser to the staff. There are four main divisions of the staffg namely, editorial, advertising, sales, and raphy. yearbook production. They recheck work done and try to keep things run, ning smoothly. The advertising staff solicits ads from business, industry, and some professional men and women of the community. The sales staff has charge of the campaign to obtain the sub- scriptions of the student body to buy TATLERS. The photographers take all of the group and snap pictures for the yearbook. All of these differ- ent groups work together when there is special pressure of work on one group, Mr, Don Lewis, sponsor, Iane Stouder and Mel Capehart, Co-Editors. Photographers: Don Hayes, Bob Lofts, Iim Sokolowski.

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