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Page 96 text:
MRS. DORIS RUE, Director
All smiles, Mrs. Rue receives her reward.
VOCAL MUSIC PERSONNEL
Kathy Ackerman. Linda Aldridge. Gail Allen. Rita Ahlemeier, Virgelene
Andrus, Barbara Antrobus, Robert Bateman, Robert Barnwell, Betty Boschert,
Dianne Bosnak, Ianice Barkley, Ianice Bonnell, lean Bradshaw, Indy Brown.
lrma Brunnworth, Robert Ballinger, Marlene Beatty. Gracie Brooks, Harvey
Bacus, Carl Baker. Robert Baker, Ann Beard, Wayne Bradshaw, lrma lean
Balton, Elizabeth Burns. joe Burton, Gertye Campbell. Rita Cannon, Shirley
Chadwick, Maxine Crabbe, Aim Crane, Loretta Callahan, Ioan Campbell,
Richard Cary, Eleanor Clarke. Gary Cruthis, Mariorie Cochran, Richard Crane.
Bette Calame, Carolyn Cravens, Marlene Curry, Ianet Dickerson, Beverly Du-
laney, Warren Durham, Theodore Dennis, Carol Draper, Norma Davis. Terry
Deterding, Esther Edwards, Edwina Ewin, Vera Enos. Phyllis Eppel, Elise
Eyster. lucly Edsall, Ianice Freeland, Robert Fahrig. Carmen Fitzhugh, George
Floss, Dorothy Frohock, Betty Faulkner, Bill Fabianic, Robert Fields, Richard
Poster, Marian Glenn. Patti Io Golenor, Ianice Grisham, Rosie Gater. Richard
Gleason. lanice Glenn, Mary Ann Galloway, Ann Geddes. Elizabeth
Beverly Gumm, Dorothy Guest, Susie Hearn. Betty Hatfield.
Shulee Huffstutler, lohn Harris, Louise Henderson, Nancy H
Hill. Gene Hoehne. Ruth Hoffman. Alfreda Holman, Richard
Ingles, lim lngram, Harold Isaacs, loyce lsaacs, Bill Iohnson.
Lillian Kirk, Maurice Kennedy, Pat Dirkpatrick. Dorothy Kenig, Betty Kerley.
Ada King. Ann Kuhn. Merry Leach, Nancy Leonard, David Luft,
Bette Mahon, Robert Mills, Sandra Moore, Don Morris. Karen
Marias. Iune Moore. George Morrison. Carol McKinney, Shirl
McAfoos. Aurella McCann, lanice McClintock. Carol Maloney,
Beverly Metcalfe, Bobbie Moore, Melba Morris, Mary Myers,
ham. lainie Nichols, lo-Edythe Nisinger, Barbara Nave. Donna
ey Miller, Sue
Norris. Katherine Nordyke. David Oare. Ioyce Parrish. Sharon Patterson,
Sharon Peterson. Gloria Puetz, Anita Perez, Thelma Paul, Helen Payne.
Mariorie Phillips, Volar Mae Posey, Bonnie Pruiett, Carol Richards, Vlada
Rousseff. Alice Rundell, Indy Ruyle, Gene Ramey, Oscar Recd, Dick Reid,
Margaret Ringering, Kenny Ross, Carol Rundell, Ioyce Ruthsatz, Gloria Reeder,
Marta Richardson, loan Riggi, Nancy Rust. Sandra Suss. Marilyn Shoemaker.
Grace Sioer, Earline Smith, Barbara Spring. Alberta Stewart. Laura Stockard.
Shirley Schwaab, ludv Sidner. Gretchen Sicg. Claire Smith. Dardanella Smith,
lames Sokolowski, Dale Spurgeon, Dorothy Stockard. Rhoda Stuart, Frank
Sutton, Gladys Schumacher. lanicc Shearburn, Nancy Spelver. Roberta Stockton,
loAnn Shake. Lois Talbert, Glenda Taylor. Yvonne Thompson. Donna Lee
Truitt, Martha Taul. Norma Thompson, Nancv Titchenal, Peggy Trodgen. Ruth
Turnbull, Carole Turner. Cecil Turner, lerry Tague. Ann Tate, Beatrice Thomp-
son, Loretta Tyson, Delphine Ursnrung, loAnn Voss. Ronnie Vanata. Rosalie
Vicari, Robert Worthey. Retha Wells. Bob Wieneke. Porter Wilson. Queen
Esther Wheeler, luanita Whiteside, George Wilson, Shirley Zimmer.
A. H. S. CHORUS
Alton lligh's "good will ambassadors"
deserve the utmost in praise from the stu-
dents. faculty. and school board. ln the
past year. the members of our choruses
have combined. carrying an important phase
of the public relations of A.H,S. and the
Alton Public School System. Singing for
different clubs, business organizations. and
at dinners, they have carried the name
of our alma mater to a good portion of
the population of Alton. The constant
demand of public organization keeps Mrs.
Ric, the choir, and mired ensemble ion
stantly practicing for performances.
The choir and mixed ensemble are
made up of advanced members of the
chorus. These two groups carry on the
Alton High music tradition, by providing
entertainment for many civic organizations.
Some of the maior performances of
the 1952-Sl season were: Sth Annual
Christmas Concert, G.A.A.C, dinner. Coni-
munity Chest Dinner, and the Olin ln-
dustry Super X Emblem Dinner. Many.
many other minor performances were given
throughout the year.
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Page 97 text:
A SUMMARY OF THE
The chorus hvgnn its wr-asmr of mninr pi-rftwrivmiiccs wnv hnrk on
llvcv1i1l'w1' IO. with .t lun-.nttifnl showing in thc Sth Annual Christmas
Cumrrt, The hurtlcn of this program was mrrtccl hy tht' rhnir, who
produced lwraiutllul trvtr qualities and well Sust.tint'd pitch.
A Sprcttil muitc prograni was pt'cSCntCtl for the mid-tcrm grud-
nntmn on Inmmry 13, nwmhe-rs of thc gracluntmn class participated,
Thr- ncwt important progruin was the G.A.A.C. rlrnnrr on February
l7, This prngram shu"'ml thr xvrsratility of tht- rhorns in prcscnting
A xnricrl prngram. Thr cxtrcmcs of thc beautiful "Dr-cp River"
whtfh affords n1nrx't'lmis tfmnl qtmlllirs .Intl ths rmlsmg gmctv of
thc' hnvs' numhvr, A'Thc-rc is Nothm' Likr n Dame".
Thr chorus nt-wt prcscntcd n program .i' thc Cmnnutnity Chest
rlinnvr, Frhrunry 25. and the Olin lndustrirs Supcr X dinner un
Mnrfh ll, hath of thvsv prngrmns prrscntccl tht- snmr- high qtmlitv
nf musrtfil cniuvinvnt for the .iurlrrm'r'.
'l'hc Spring Clmrlls Frstixnl. which int-lndr-d all Svnmr high
thorns mvinht-rs :intl tht' innmr hrghi. romhinrd sarrcrl, spiritual,
:incl thc lirvht stvlr' of muvfv x--tw .lnotlicr hcuutxftxl progrnni whirh was
presented Ttrcsduv, March 17.
As tht-rr final pcrforrnnncc zu mlmir rtsntposvrl entirely of gradu-
ntrnq srniors prrsentccl thc musirnl portmn of the prngrnni for thc
ALTON HIGH COMBINED CHORLISES
Mitchvll Pctruzzn plays "Ava lVl,irin
nt Cliristnms Conccrt.
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