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Page 114 text:
Due to the fact that we have enlarged our lib-
rary facilities, the assistants have a more responsible
position in the operations that provide quick. court-
eous. and reliable help for all students who are in-
terested in gaining more knowledge through the read-
ing lacilities which our school system offers. They
are under the direct supervision of Miss Hall, our
librarian, They check out the books, keep the library
neat, arrange the bulletin boards so that they are
interesting. and do other jobs to assist the librarian.
ROW ONE: Carol Rundell, ludy Winkler, Io-
Ann Voss, Carole Turner. Ieanette Sutherland,
Shirley Zimmer, lanice Rousseau.
ROW TWO: Norma Phillips, Virginia Buch-
anan, Barbara Taylor, Sylvia Tchntikaleff. Elizabeth
Burns. Betty Calame, Vlada Rousseff. Beulah Stamm.
Dorothy Pruitt, Sondra Moore.
FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Truitt, ludy Brown,
Carol Playez, loyce Wallendorf.
SECOND ROW: ludy Gibbs. Margaret Beards-
more, Marion Paul, Carol Stillwell, luanita Crum.
This group of students has volunteered to spend
part of their time in the office. Their duties con-
s'st of collecting absence slips, running errands, and
helping in any way possible. Four students are as-
signed to each period.
ROW lr Mary Waters, lean Saunders, Delores
Gubser. Myra Bowers, lim Wilson, Kenneth Mills.
ROW 2: Gail Hack. leanette Acord, Mary
Helen Barkley, Barbara Kohler, Patty Osborn. Martha
ROW 3: Shirley Howell. Elaine Gerard, lean
Case. Marilyn Childers. Alice Colman, Pat Lawson.
ROW 4: Karen Cooper. Donna March, Darda-
nella Smith, Shirley Farmer. lo Allen. Betty Haus-
ROW 5: Delores Laurciella, Barbara Thompson.
Bill Graves, Teri Falul-cos, lim Eisenreich.
Page 113 text:
FURTURE NURSES OF
The F.N.A. Consists of girls interested in nurs-
ing as a profession. The purpose of this cluh is to
learn the fundamentals and opportunities in the fields
Our F.N.A. is very active. The girls help each
vear with the T. B. program and assist in the clinic.
This year the girls have heard student nurses and
many other interesting speakers tell about hospital
life and procedures.
Regular meetings are held on the first and third
Tuesday of the month. Mrs. Frances Mutz. the
school nurse, is the sponsor of this organization.
ROW I: Ioyce Baker. Martha Lemastus. Car-
men Fitzhugh. Beverly Landiss. ludy Winkler.
ROW 2: Ann Beard. Susan Liclster. Sally len-
sen. Carol Maloney. Gloria Putz. Ruth Warner.
ROW 3: Margie Belcher. Carolyn Craveus,
Gail Haf". Shannon Ledhetter. Shirley Christopher.
ROW '12 Sandra Sass. Mary Dell lones. Ianive
Rousseau, Phvllis lshel. Rosellen Shaflner. Sandra
Ingles, Betty Calame.
ROW l: ludy Whyte, loan Shake. lean Mont-
gomery, Gayle Bates, Ruth Hoffman.
ROW 2: Tina Stilz, Marjorie Myers. Ilat
Flory, Mary Logan, Charlotte lanes.
ROW 3: Barrie Zoll, Ieanette Sutherland, De-
lores Budde, Ellen Gwillim, Pearlie Owens.
ROW 4: Gloria Reeder, Ann Tate, Sandra
Robertson. Pauline Brocltmeyer, In Ann Wchh. Kathy
ROW l: Carmen Fitzhugh. Mrs. Mutz, Bev-
ROW 2: Shirley Christopher. lo Edith Nis-
i'iger,. Kathy Ackerman, Betty Calame. leanette
Sutherland, loAnn Shake.
Page 115 text:
DEAN OF GIRLS'
At the start of each semester Miss Teter selects
students who have requested upon their schedule a
desire to he of service as her assistants. These
girls take messages to students. act as hostess in the
absence of Miss Teter, and do various other helpful
duties. In recognition ol their fine work Miss Teter
regards these girls highly.
SEATED: Shirley Christopher. Ianice Rousseau.
Pat Thomas, Rosellen Schalfner.
STANDING: Margaret R'ynar, Ioanne Turnsr
DEAN OF BOYS'
Each year Mr. Ray lackson selects a group of
boys to assist him in his office. Their duties con-
sist ol answering the telephone, running errands. and
taking care of business while the dean is out. De-
pendahility. accuracy of work, and good standing in
the student body are the requirements.
ROW I: lerry Farmer, lack Bacus. Ioe Ruyle.
ROW 2: Bob Lofts, Eugene Fisher, Reid'
Childers. Tom Marquis.
The Alton High Student Patrol is a service
organization of over sixty volunteer students. who
seela to help the student body have better order in
the halls and on the campus. Mr. Kober is their
FIRST ROW: llelt to righlj
Earl Hazelwoncler. Ronald Vanata, Ted Hrahak.
Edwin Hill, Bill Yavorski. Richard Byassee, Nancy
Leonard, Gretchen Sieg. Marjorie Golenor.
SECOND ROW: Bill Alexander. Myra Bowers.
Betty Mahon, Gracie Brooks, Wanda Douglas, Tl-tel'
ma Sullivan. ludy Bean, Iackie Oldham,
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