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Page 105 text:
Row l: Larry Smith, Merlin Barth, David Luft. Sally Morroxv, Nancy Lovejoy, Diana VVeaver,
Karen Kelly, Diann Bosnak, Rae Turnbull, Susan Ehlcrt, Betty Calame.
Row 2: Charles Norman, Maurice Kennedy, Bob Travis, Bill Fabianic, Doris Deucker, Bill Rubright,
George Morrison, lim Sokolowski, Mr. Leo Wools, sponsor.
The Science Club is an organization for
students who have special interests in science.
At the meetings of this club members work
on projects for the Greater St. Louis Science
Fair and other experiments.
ln Ianuary, the Science Club went to a
"How to do it" meeting in Edwardsville. The
purpose of this meeting was to give the stu-
c'ents ideas on what projects they could make
for the Science Fair. Alton students always
make a good showing at the Science Fair,
which is held every spring in St. Louis.
The club sponsor is Mr. Leo Wools.
chairman of the science department.
Mr. Wools igniting zinc and sulfur
Page 104 text:
Row 1: Shirley Wahle, Carol Stillwell, Linda Aldridge, lim Sokolowski, George Morrison, Betty
Hendrix, Ianice Rousseau.
Row 2: Dardanella Smith, Sandra Wildersnan, Wallda Dunaway, Carmen Fitzhugh, Shirley Zimmer,
De'ores Laurciella, Kay Travis, Barbara Nave, Nancy Titchenal, Sandra Ingles,
Anita Horn. Ianice Bonnell, Norma Philips, Delores Budde.
Row 3: Ken Mills, Marion Paul, Bob Lofts, Robert Barnwell, lim Dunaway, Bill Fabianic, lim Heil,
Dale Neudecker, Dale Dick, Charles Mathers, lim Wilson, lohn Purnell, Bill
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society is not only an hrnorary scciety, but also a service club,
Membership is based upon four basic principles: scholarship, character, leadership, and
service. The scholarship requirement is a high school average of 90 or above.
Admission to National Honor Society is one of the highest distinctions a student can
win at Alton High and one for which every student should strive, Miss Alice Gates and
Miss Margaret Hall are co-sponsors.
Retiring president Dana Eastman presenting the gavel New Officers: Ianice Rousseau, Corresponding Secree
to incoming president lim Sokolowski. tary: George Morrison, Vice-President: lim Sokolowski
President: Betty Hendrix, Secretary.
Page 106 text:
Row lx Miss Casebier, Marianne Paul, Alice Ballard, Barry Zoll, Patience Scales, Ruth Ann Grav
Denise McAfoos, Donna Truitt.
Row 2: Miss Liebig, Mary Ann Truitt, Beverly Grinkey, Iean Bornes, Ianet Dickerson Sally ans4
Gladys Schumacher, Nila Steinman.
Row 3: Miss Sidwell, Mrs. Truitt. Melba Morris, Elba Maher, Pat Cope, Ieanette Stade Ada K11
Row 4: Miss Maxfield, Karen Cooper, Betty Calame, Sue McAfoos, Margaret Twitty Shirl
Miller, Anneal Pierson. Claudetta Tyson.
Row 5g Mrs. Hopper, Iune Mellenthin, Berneice Meyers, Velma Brown, Pauline Brockmeyer Gei
Future Homemakers of America
Superintendent Iohnson does the spade work for the
Rose Planting Ceremony in connection with
the celebration of F.H.A. Week.
The Future Homemakers of America is a club
whose main purpose is to further girls' interests in
home economics, and for the improvement in homes
and family living. The club meets every first and
third Monday of the month. The national organiza-
tion was organized in 1936, while the club started
at Alton High School in 1948.
The officers for 1952-53 are: President, Mari-
anne Paulz Vice-President, Mary Ann Truitt: Sec-
retary, Patience Scales: Treasurer, Ruth Graves. The
chapter mother is Mrs. Howard Truitt. The ad-
visor of the club is Miss Irene Liebig.
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