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Circulation Manager Donna March instructs a few
of the staff members before they start out on their
rounds to distribute and sell the TIMES. Right to left
are: Willie Hearn, Bill Porter, Earl Hazelwonder, Dick
Strebel, Alice Daniel, Carol Goings, Marianne Paul,
and Io Hurley.
Cox have other matters to discuss.
ALTON HIGH TIMES, a bi-weekly publication, gives the students of AHS a full
coverage of what is going on in the school. The TIMES carries not only the news but
offers reader interest through features, editorials, and a full coverage on. sports. In eight of
the TIMES sixteen issues, the SCI-IOLASTIC ROTO is a pictorial supplement.
The TIMES, a self-supporting, nonfprofit organization is financed through advertisers.
whom staff members solicit at the first of the semesters, and through single copy sales, not
only at Alton High but also at East and West Iuniors.
Outside money-making projects for the year include the calling in of athletic scores to
the St. Louis daily papers by Harry Gustine, Charles Mathers, and Orville Brown. A com-
mittee, headed by Ruth Turnbull has reported to the LADIES' HOME IOURNAL what
Alton High's reaction is to dating, teen-age driving, parental attitudes and manners. This
information compiled with data from other schools is featured on the Sub-Deb page of the
Some first semester staff members check last min-
te make-up details before the TIMES goes to press.
eft to right are: Frank Campbell, Kay Travis, fmake-
p editor,J Barbara Thompson, Shirley Zimmer fasso-
iate editorj, Mrs. Irma Allen fsponsorl, Linda Aldridge
editorl and Donna Newt.
Charles Connour. freportersj.
Like practically every business organization, the
TIMES has the problem of making financial ends
meet. Linda Lingenfelter, reporter, seems interested in
what Business Manager Barbara Nave and Advertising
Manager Iim Heil are doing, but Sports Writers,
Harry Gustine and Sherry Heaton, and Reporter Iim
While waiting for the TIMES to come off the
press, staff members relax and visit. Left to right are:
Orville Brown, fphotographerj, Ted Hrabak, lim Dun-
away, Dale Dick, Ken Prewitt, Charles Mathers, and
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