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Page 98 text:
, managing editor of the
TIMES for two
. ,, semesters, and
faculty advisor Mrs. Irma S. Allen, have led
the staff in successfully turning out the news
of the school.
Ioyce Schrumpf and Bill Rerkin fol
Associate Editors Marsha Moore and Shirley
Gaghen work diligently on editorials, assemb-
lance. and re-writing of student and teacher
news, as well as taking care of other tasks of
ln the financial department, Shirley Dietschy,
business manager, balances the books and
keeps intact all the material for the mailing
list to exchange journalists and advertisers,
while advertising manager, Susie Elfgen, p'ans
the advertising layout prior to solicitations of
Pat Sco , C ara
King can usually be found at their best be-
tween 3:30 and 5:30 on Tuesday nights when
they meet wi,h the editors and advisor to
make-up the dummy and write h
ggins, Shirley Duelm and Barb
The Al ., C - p ica ion, gives a wide coverage
of all school news as well as amusing features, timely editorials, full sports
coverage, and personality and human interest columns. Every fall dele-
gates are sent to the annual convention of the Illinois State High School
Press Association in Urbana. At this meeting. round-table discussions and
lectures on different phases of journa'ism are attended' by the delegates.
One of the Times Stuff'
. 1 s most outstanding projects this past year was
the 8-page Special Sports Issue put out at the close of football season
and prior to the opening of basketball. The effectiveness of the advertise-
ments which used student photographs was given special citation by Don-
ald E. Brown, Director of ISHSPA and comments and information tribute
to the scheme were found in the April and May issues of SHOLASTIC
EDITQR, the national magazine for all student publications. Other worthy
outside projects were the calling in of scores by Paul Becker and Dwight
Stobbs of all AHS athletic events to the two St. Louis dailies. Another
special project was carried out by Carol Schaefer in connection with the
Ladies Home journal. and the Editor Phyllis Gittlen pictures and comments
of AHS students to the SCHOLASTIC
. ROTO, a two-year old supplement
which is distributed with the TIMES once each month.
ton High Times 'i bi weekly ubli t
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Page 100 text:
First Row: Esau Taylor, Dianne Bosnak, Sally Morrow, Irma Brunnworth, Carmen Fitzhugh, Kathy
Ackerman, Rosellen. Schaffner, Anita Horn, Ioyce Baker, Kathleen Thompson.
Dick York, Terry Bonnell, Marvin Adler, Elaine Foster, Elizabeth Burns, Nancy Hemphill,
Beverly Landiss, Indy Edsall, Ellen Gwillim
Warren Durham, Andrew Northcutt, Wesley Arnold, Pat Grenzeback, Merry Leach, Martha
Lemastas, Gretchen Seig, Betty Calame, Diane Woodman.
Fourth Row: Bob Lofts, Bill Taylor, Phillip Davis, Terry Deterding, Peggy Trogdeu. Iudy Whyte, Donna
March, Lois Campbell, Delores Budde, lack Cvlacser, Edmond Morris, Bill Fabianic.
Lou Ann Yates, Dardanella Smith, "
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The purpose of this club is to en-
courage the study of Latin, promote
friendship among fellow Latin students,
and to increase interest in the Roman
culture, civilization, and form of gov-
Some of the events in which the
group regularly participates are the
Iunior Classical Society meetings, to
which Alton High School played host
last fall, the initiation-potluck for thc
members, the Foreign Language Ban-
quet in the spring, and more recently
Christmas Caroling at hospital and
Terry Bonnell hands out scrolls
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