Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1953

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FIRST ROVV: VVand.i Dunaway, loan Crawlord. Pat Cope, Eugene Cope, Eleanor Clark, Susie Chappell, Richard Cary, Rita Cannon. Gayle Hates. Eddie Hill, Martha Ancell. SECOND ROYV: Gary Hendrix, Lillian Kirk. Zettie King, Karen Kelly. loyce lsaacs, Altreda Holman, Betty Hendrix, Pat Grenzehach, Elizabeth Green. Charles Ford, Carmen Fitzhugh, THIRD ROVVI Franklin Ryder, Ruse Rulye, Thomas Norris, Raymond Newhaus. Karen Murphy, Dee Moore, Denise McAtoos, Carol Stilwell, Evelyn Mason, Francis Layton, Denny Long. STANDING lN BACK: Tillman VVilson, Porter Wllstvn. Everett Wilson, Peggy Trngden, Nancy Titchenal, Ianice Veith. David Waltrip. Bill Eidson. Susan Ehlert, Pat Lindhlad. Dolores Laurcialla. Elizabeth Smith, Don Stliudel. Denny Yost, S'l'ANDlNG AT RlGll'l" lamcs Figge, George lVlcCann. lhlr. Thomas, Tom Nlarquis. Bud Hook. Student Council ll .8 B-st" N 4 Y A een. lx ,Q i " R Q f ,., , -'lwilf ' if " 1 5' af 5251, The Student Council is Alton Higl1's form of student government. Representatives from each home rncum meet once a week to discuss prohlems and im- provements for students and school. lt is the duty of eatli representative to collect ideas for discussion from the members of his home room. The S.C.'s services include: handling the monte:-:sions at foothall games. selling pennants and stickers, sponsoring the homecoming and etc. Each February the llriior Class nominates candi- dates for president and vice president. The entire student hotly enters into a Colorful campaign and election. The 1952-F3 officers are: Buddy Hook, pres'dent. Tom Marquis and Betty Hendrix. vice presidents. Nancy Titchenal and loyce Isaacs sell 'ATiny Timsu to the students.

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GIRLS' AND BOYS' ENSEMBLES UPPER GROUP: Gail Allen, Kathy Ackerman. Linda Aldridge, Rita Ahlemeier, Virgelene Andrus. Barbara Antrobus. Betty Boschert, Dianne Bosnak, Ianice Barkley. lanice Bonnell, lean Bradshaw. Iudy Brown. Irma Brunnworth. Marlene Beatty. Gracie Brooks, Ann Beard, lrma lean Bolton. Elizabeth Burns, Gertye Campbell. Rita Cannon. Shirley Chadwick, Ann Crane, Loretta Callahan. loan Campbell, Eleanor Clarke. Marjorie Cochran, Marlene Curry. Carolyn Cravens, Bette Calame, Ianet Dickerson, Beverly Dulaney. Norma Davis, ludy Edsall. Esther Edwards. Edwina Ewin. Elise Eyster, Phyllis Eppel. Vera Enos, Betty Faulkner, lanicc Freeland, Carmen Fit:- hugh, Dorothy Frohock, Mary Ann Galloway. Ann Geddes. Elizabeth Green. Beverly Gumm, Dorothy Guest, Ianice Grisham. Patti lo Golenor, Marian Glenn. lanice Glenn, Rosie Gates. Shirlee Huftstutler, Ruth Hoffman, Alfreda Holman, Susie Hearn, Betty Hatfield. loyce lsaacs. Sandra lngels, Ruby lacobs, Dorothy Kenig, Betty Kerley. Ada King, Ann Kuhn, Part Kirkpatrick. Lillian Kirk, Nancy Leonard, Susan Lidster, Merry Leach, Carol McKinney, Shirley Miller, Betty Mahon. Sandra Moore, Karen Murphy. Yvonne Morris. Sue McAloos. Aurclla McCann, lanice McClintock, Carol Maloney. Ruth Malson, Beverly Metcalfe, Bobbie Moore, Melba Morris. Mary Myers, Iune Moore. Barbara Nave, Sharon Needham, lanie Nichols, Io-Edythe Nisinger. Yvonne Norris. loyce Parrish. Sharon Patterson, Sharon Peterson. Gloria Puetz. Anita Perez, Bonnie Pruiett, Volar Mae Posey. Marjorie Phillips, Helen Payne. Thelma Paul, Margaret Ringcring. Carol Rundell, loyce Ruthsatz. Carol Richards. Vlada Rousselt, Alice Rundell. ludy Ruyle, Gloria Reeder, Marta Richardson, loan Riggi. Nancy Rust, Sandra Suss, Marilyn Shoemaker, Grace Sipes, Earline Smith. Barbara Spring. Alberta Stewart, Laura Stockard. Shirley Schwaah. ludy Sidner, Gretchen Sieg. Claire Smith. Dardanella Smith. Dorothy Stockard. Rhoda Stuart, Gladys Shumacher. lanice Shearburn. Nancy Spelver. Roberta, Stockton, loAnn Shake. Lois Talbert. Glenda Taylor, Yvonne Thompson. Donna Lee Truitt. Martha Taul. Norma Thompson. Nancy Titchenal, Peggy Trogden, Ruth Turnbull. Carole Turner. lerry Tague. Ann Tate. Beatrice Thompson. Loretta Tvson. Dt-lphine Llrsprucig. loAnn Voss, Rosalie Vicari, Retha Wells. Queen Esther Wheeler. luanita Whiteside. Shirley Zimmer. LOWER GROUP: FIRST ROW: Richard Gleason. Warren Durham. Harvey Bacus, Bob Fields, lim lngram, Gary Cruthis. George Morrison, lim Sokolowski. Don Morris. Wayne Bradshaw. Oscar Reed. SECOND ROW: Terry Deterding, George Wilson, Eddie Hill, Dick Crane, Porter Wilson. lohn Harris. Dick Reid. Gene Ramey, Felix Macias. THlRD ROW: Ted Dennis. Bob Vvieneke. Bill lohnson. Bill Fabianic, Malirice Kennedy, David Luft, David Oare. Bob Barnwell, George Floss. Bob Fahrig, Richard Ingram.



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Bishop, ludy Sidner, Shirley Zimmer. SECOND ROW: Sandra Ingles, n , o , v Girls Council The Girls' Council is a service organization comprised of 25 Iunior and Senior girls. Members are nominated by the English teachers and voted upon by the present Council membership on the basis of character, leadership, and service. Projects of the Girls' Council this year were as follows: a dinner for the new out-of-town-girls starting school at AHS, selling pom poms at foot- ball games, presenting baskets at Christmas time for needy families, selling Alton High caps, usher- ing at different functions around school, polishing the trophies, and purchasing material for bulletin boards for the school. Boys Cabinet The Boys' Cabinet is a service organization composed of 25 boys. Services performed for the school, include the following: Announcing and keep- ing score at football games, taking tickets at various school activities, and selling concessions at basket- ball games. The cabinet also holds social events each year, including the annual Steak Fry. Presi- dent for first semester: Iim Heil: Second semester: Louie Drieth. The Sponsor is Mr. Davis. GIRLS' COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Ann Geddes. Pat Nancy Titchenal, Dardanella Smith. Linda Aldridge, Barbara Nave, Eliza- beth Smith. Kay Travis, Betty Hen- drix. THIRD ROWS Linda Lingen- felter. Carmen Fitzhugh. Margaret Ringering, Edwyna Baker, Elizabeth Green, ludy Eclsall, Miss Teter. Pat Thomas, Kathleen Thompson, Merry Leech. BOYS' CABINET FIRST ROW: Cecil Turner, Butch Tyree, Ronnie Vanata. Zettie King. SECOND ROW: lim Sokolow- ski, Buddy Hook, Dave Musgraves. Dale Neudecker, Louie Drieth. Ted Hrabak. lim Eisenreich. THIRD ROW: Ralph Nash, Reid Childers, Dick Byassee, Iim lit-il, Denny Long. lohn Scoggins, Alex Christian. l

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