Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1953

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IUNIOR RED CRGSS The lunior Red Cross. under the ahle leadership of Miss Margaretha Zeltman. has accomplished many things this year. They have filled about 48 Red Cross boxes which were sent to other countries. macle nut cups and tray covers for Scott Air Base. and supported other Red Cross activities. ROW I: Volar Posey. Rae Turnhull, Pat Lind- hlad, Kathleen Thompson, Ruth Turnhull. ROW 2: Ieanette Schmidt, Tina Stiltz, Gerry Vineyard. Bette Calame. Patty Hory. Sandra Wiltler- man. ROW 31 Bill Tucker. Eileen lless. Marcella McCauley. Ann Beard, Carol Freeman, llelen Prei- decker. CAMERA CLUB The Camera Club was organized to henefit all the students interested in photography, ln the past year the cluh had a program which included n num- her of very interesting lectures on how to take better pictures with your present camera. The cluh teaches the new enthusiast the funclanientals of taking good pictures. Photography is an ever-growing hobby of students all over the country. Mr. Koher sponsors this organization. ROW l: Ken Mills. Boh Lofts. lim Snkolowslci. ROW Z: Barney Marchis. lack Erwin. Orville Brown. CHESS CLUB The Chess Club is the place where hcginners learn to play chess and members improve their ability. All classes of players enjoy themselves hecause they can find competition in their own class. Mr. Ralph Koher. the club sponsor. arranges matches and has helped make the club a success. ROW l: Karen Kelly. Eric Newberry. lack Kauffel, Bill Fahianic. ROW 2: lack Erwin, Dale Dick, lohn Kolditz. Ken Mills. Bob Lofts.

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RADIO CODE The Radio Club was organized to give the stu- dents at Alton High the opportunity to become licensed amateur radio operators. The members are able to become familiar with the fundamentals of the radio. To receive a license the operator inust receive at least fifteen words a minute and pass an exami- nation. Mr. Willis is the adviser. Left to righti Ronald Bryant. lay Hiatt, Mr. Willis, Tom Link, Delores Budde, Tommy Iones, Galen Peel. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS The purpose of Le Cercle Francais is to create an interest for those students who have taken French and who are interested in the French people and their customs. Miss Blackard is the club sponsor. ROW l: Harriet Sheley, Elizabeth Cvreen. Bar- hara Nave, loan Moyer. lanet Barlow. Iackie Kolesa. ROW 2: Alice Ballard, Kenny West, Sherry Sipprelle, Dardanella Smith. Pat Grenzebach, Larry Eberlin. Cynthia Campbell, Doris McCabe. Helen Lancaster. Geraldine Hogle. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The F.T.A., sponsored by Miss Iewell Suther- land, was organized for the purpose of promoting and encouraging the interests of students along the lines of teaching. These students, visited schools. teachers' Special Education courses, and acted as ushers of the Math Convention. The interest stimulated by this organization has resulted in many Alton High Students taking up the teaching profession. ROW l: Gail Bates. loan Ballinger, Monica Todd, Lillian Kirk. Irma Brunnworth, Marianne Paul, Shirley Nolan. Carol Stilwell, Miss Sutherland, spon- sor. ROW Z: Donna March, Ruth Hoffman, Harriet Sheley. Ianette Stade, lean Saunders. Iudy Gibbs, Dolores Budde. ROW 3: Myrna Reis, Dorothy Kenig, lune Moore. Alice Daniel. Carolyn Worthy. loAnn Shake. Dardanella Smith. ROW 4: Louise Henderson, Ioyce Isaacs. Gretchen Seig, Doris Deucker. Virginia Bresson. Members not in picture: Reasie Miller, Merry Leach, Volar Posey. Marjorie Cochran, Sandra lngels. Margaret Ringering, Nancy Titchenal. Nora Brad- shaw. lack Glaeser, Diann Bosnak, Karen Kelly, Carol Richards.



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RED AND GRAY HI-Y The purpose of the Red and Gray Hi-Y Club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school, high standards of christian character, The officers are: Bill Eidson, president: Iohn Matthews, vice presidentg Ronny Vanata, secretary: David Loft, chaplain: and Bill Graves, sergeant at arms. FIRST ROW: Ierry Chiolero, Dick Dunn, Bob Edsall, Merlyn Barth, and Gene Stewart. SECOND ROW: Bob Travis, Ron Rain. lack Miller, Chuck Saunders, Wayne lnlow, lohn Mat- thews, Bill Eidson, and Bill Graves. THlRD ROW: lim Meisenheimer, Tony Nor- man, Bill Fabianic. Dave Loft, Don Yates, Dick Schudel. Bob Koehne, and Dave Ford. CARVER HI-Y The George Washington Carver Hi-Y is a group of boys gathered together to develop a sense of community responsibility and to better their know- ledge of civic problems and the christian ways of life. As well as having varied social activities the group takes part in such Hi-Y activities as the youth congress and student government programs. FIRST ROW: Floyd Thacker, Iohn McSwain. Tillmon Nelson, Everett Wilson, Alfred Lumpkins. SECOND ROW: Robert Davis, Albert Charles- ton, Rodger Cross. William Rollins, Charles Miller. CAFETERIA ASSISTANTS These students are assigned to different tasks such as food replacement, snack bar, and the dis- posal unit. ln return they receive free lunches. Miss Mary Sidwell is their director. FlRST ROW: Edith Zumwalt, Elsie Cathorall, Ethel Stone, Shirley Delehanty. Anna Mae Marmino. Carol Pryor, Dorothy Pruitt. SECOND ROW: Marie Golike. Aldyth Thomp- son, Iuanita Sodens. Marlene Blunk, lean Bornes. Darlene Gravett, Harold Ball. THIRD ROW: Emma Rushing, Mary Waters. Iudith Butler, Florence Llrsh, lim Ingram, Harry Gustine, Don Morris, Sam Wells. FOURTH ROW: Roberta Stockton. Marion Oulson. Shirley Lewis, Gene Gvillo, Paul Norris, Ronald Gustine, Clarence Stoner, Gary Hanlon, Charles Taylor. Cafeteria workers not in picture: Wanda Duna- way, Lelia Mae Welling, Virginia Mueller, Dick Henderson. Kay Mayhall, Della Hillar, Ann Whorl. Delle Wood, Ella Wood, Frank Frankfort, Tom Morris, Rose Bosoluke, Iack Stice.

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