Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1954

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Yet, dependability is one of those rare and rich iewels of character which contributes greatly, en- abling the individual so possessed to stand out above the average in his community. , Dependability is a trait which a person You who are being graduated this year have demonstrated dependability by your achievement in completing school-may you, in the pathway of lite that stretches before you, blaze a trail that will in the years to come symbolize you as one of those distinct individuals of whom it is said -"He is dependable"-because without it, success cannot be yours. Those industries 'whose business has continued to furnish the life-blood of com- merce' and prosperity to your, community over the years have donea so-not by a miracle, but by constructive hard work and establishing a character-the same char- acteristic which can mean so.much to you -dependability: ' A ' , owens-uLuNols ' ":Alton, Illinois ll Ill I rlll wllHlllllM'l" lbw , Ma lf Ill, '- Hi W' WZEJHA tx l X lr I 4 11 M' ll A sr I O ' Q' Will, -' ,. 4 W ' ."g. f' T1 at if . , -Wig ,, M4 ' 'ffl -- .1 .iv , , . . .u,.:., 'i l V' '5 -L 1 - . ,, '.- rw' ,gg ff- 3 . I I - I .SAMLKFLX .QAM .x . I: I- ..u " L i of' f C 5 K O 1 v RL 31 ' ff X 1,1131 Jq q iv I L ' E i v 1 0 x . 1' ff , f wx. c . 1 .L if I ' ,jl':.4, ,., I Q . - ' Q Pr 5 553.-S,,,,:-,r 51 ,' . f ' 4 QQ, rgujffig " ' 'Q . ' , ' , . . . b 9, - 1 wg i ,uf , ,X ' 2 , .gl-1' . - -1. rsgvsiz W, ,,df'i,,' .' J . 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I 1, I if K , A L' ' f rv'-1""ff""'N"'S V, .VW vw if ""9"' h 4?-5. . .-1. . v A44 I we vi M fw'5Ia-4'-fi: I ':'I,-g,3pIIz'1 4,-,,I I . .1 H,-gf: ig--,+,',,,' Q., . -11?f:,.r::'.?v2?ff.n:f.- .2-Elf, R YY' ifflfwgiffzigg' "'M""'WfWf-Q -- ' 1, 'wa-w , ,I AIIII ' .,I.,,xIIIIhI!-I, . XM- 'J V ' ' Af.n.Hl9oj'Vdllp oarcl of glcluca fion The members of the Board of Education should be congratulated for the work that they have done for Alton. These men relin- quish time and effort without pay to serve Alton. Last spring largely because of the hard work of the Board. Alton voted to spend five million dollars for improvement of our school system. Left to right: Macy Pruitt, In Charge of Iunior and Senior High School Curriculum: Dr. C. Hemphill, Director of Health and Safety: C. R. Freeman, Director of Personnel: Raymond Ready, In 'Charge of Elementary Curriculum: George L. Davis, Secretary: B. Iohnson, Superintendent of Schools: P. L. Woods, Chief Custodian: R. B. Lynn, President: I, I. Middleton, Director of Curriculum: D. A. Keil, School Engineer: R. L. Goulding, Di- rector of Buildings and Grounds: E. P. Waterhiouse, Director of Public Relations. . ....,,-,-.AM . f W Superintendent Mr. Iohnson has been serving Al- ton since 1929 and has been Super- intendent since 1947. Under his di- rection we have grown into one of the best school systems in the state. His pleasing personality and practice of hard work have become his trade- marks. Mr. Leamon as assistant super- intendent has moved into a new post this year. His job is to assist Mr. Iohnson in whatever duties are neces- sary. Mr. Pruitt is the administrative assistant in charge of Iunior and Senior High Curriculum. He is a strong be- liever in firmness, fairness, and fun. Assistant Superintendent Administrative Assistant .7 .xgclminiafrafive SM!! The administrative staff is composed of men and women who are very important to the efficient running of the Alton School Dis- trict, Mr. Ready is in charge of elementary curriculum, Miss Anthony, director of lib- raries: Mr. Wollerman. director of audio- visual education: Miss Williamson, director of art: Mr. Fritz, director of music: Mr. Keil, school engineer: Miss Henry, director of home economics and lunch service: and Mr. Norman, director of special education, counseling, and guidance. RAYMOND READY LOUISE ANTHONY HORACE WOLLERMAN BERNICE WILLIAMSON LEROY FRITZ DONALD KEIL IANE HENRY LLOYD D. NORMAN Assistant Principal Principal Mr. G. C. Davis, serving his sec- ond year as principal of Alton High, is familiar to all the students. He may seem stern to some but has been more than willing to do all he can to help the students. With the addition of the Olin Building last year and a record at- tendance of 14182 students this year he has more responsibility than any other principal has ever had. Mr. Iureziz is in his first year as assistant principal. He is responsible lor assigning the students to classes as well as other duties helpful to Mr. Davis. Administrative Assistant Mr. Wright as administrative as- sistant is very familiar around the Olin Building since he is in charge of vocational education. figvygk fLLf'fA!PVi SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT IOIHN O. BRUNO A.B., Shnrtlcff College: A.M., Uni- versity of Illinois. GEORGE INGLES A.B.. Millikin Univi- lndiana State College. RAY L. IACKSON ' A NI C I A.B., Salem College: rwlt g IVI,A., adn State Collegv, Ed RIITIH BACI-IMAN A.B., Shurtleff Cullvg A.M., Washingtoli U. IULIUS S. MARTI A.B., University of Illinois. A.M., University of Illinol IOSEPH 1. RALLO B.S., Shurtlell College: MARGARETHA ZELT MAN LUTHER MYERS' .1410 21 BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MARGARET1 TIBBETTS I B.l1., Illinois State Normal Univer- sity: IVI.A.. University of Illinois. ETHEI., INGLES A.L3., Urvvtivllli' College. DOROTHY BUERKLE Q Bb.. Southwest Mn. State College: A.IVl.. University of Nlissouri. ELIZABETH FELDEWERTH Bb. in lid., Central Mo. Stan' Cul- lege. HOMER F. ELY B.lvl.t1,, Illinois Wtfslevalii Univer- sity: M.5., in Ed., Illinuis State Normal University. GRACE ELLEN REED A.B., Shnrtlelf College: lVl.A., Ilnif versity of Illinois. RALPH! HENDRIX Q I Bb., Kfrvcnvlllc' Cullegvg Mb. in ELI.. Indiana University: lVI.C.S., ln- diann University. BARBARA ZELLER B.A., Shnrtleff College: IVI.A., Uni- 'tv I Ill' ' versi I U lnols. x .li . n.tl.l -..'41l l HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT MISS SIDWELL BS., Soutlwnst Missouri Stan' Col- lvgu: Iowa Slzitv College. MISS MAXFIELD A.B., lVlzn'Murrziy Cnllvgv: IVI.A., Ctilinnlun Ilnivrrslty. MISS CASEBIER BB., Unlvrrsitv uf Illnnnis. MISS LIEBIG B.Iitl., Illinois Stale Normal Uni- versity: IVI.h.. Iowa hiatt' Cullcge. MRS. BROWNING Wufsterii Illinois State College. MARGARET HALL A,B.. Shurtlefl College, SARAH ROBINSON DOROTI-IA BOSKET MILDRED HENDRIX B.S.. Indiana University. ROY E. BOLEY State College. B. Sch, IVIus,. Oberlin Collrqt' B. Ild.. Eastern Illinois State College: M.A., Colorado LIBRARIANS B. Ed., Southern Illinois U v .'ity: IVI.A. in Erl., Uni- versity of Illinois: Mb., University of Illinois, ART DEPARTMENT VOCATIONAL EDUCATION C. R, WRIGHT Q IAMES C. BANKS PAUL I. GLAESER ELMA BECKER IB. Intl.. VM-stern State C.ollt-gc, B.S.. Bradley University: B. Ed.. Illinois State Normal Uni- Don Lux Beauty Avagleniy, Sm, F,-nu. NLS.. Bradley University. versity: B.S., University of Illinois: cisro: Central and Kitzinillrr Beauty A.M., Washington University. Colleges, Alton. I CELESTIA REIF FRANCIS THOMPSON SHIRLEY WINTERROTH JAMES H. MQDONALD Hb. in Ptilwlit Health Nursing, St. Ct-ntral Illinois Beauty College, Alton B.S. in- Ed.. Illinois State Normal ' ' University. ZAE P. BIRKHEAD DALE LIVENGOOD I'l.lid., Illinois State Normal Uni- B.S.. Indiana University. versity: NLS., University of Illinois. Louis Ilnivcrsitv. DONALD MALONEY IIS., Erzttllex' Ilnivvrslty. THOMAS DOUGHERTY If RHET ENE DAILEY HOMER F. ELY IIS., Southern Illinois University. R.N,, City Hospital, St. Louis. Illinois Wesleyan Unix sity: Illinois State Norml University. ALAN PERRY ARDYTHE BROWNING ROBERT B. WHITE IIS.. Illinois State Normal Univer- l'l.S., Wt'stei'n Illinois State College. B.S.. University of Illinois. sity. lAlist'nt lroni piflnrel. Pb. in Ittl.. Central Mo. State Col- vge. LLOYD C. LEITER IIS.. Bowling lireen University: M.A.. Columbia University. GEORGE ABNER lege: IVI.A., University of Kentiirlsv ROBERT WATSON Au., Sliurtlcll caiifg.-. IIS., Eastern Kentucky State Col' X ENGLISH DEPARTMENT DOROTHY COLONIUS LAURETTA G. PAUL M.A.. Univrrsily of Chicagup A,B., Sliurtleff Collcgcg Ph.B., Shurtleff College, M.A,, Columbia University. OPAL A. RENNER IRIVIA L. ALLEN H.S., University of Missouri, B.S.. Culvvi'-Stucktmi Cullegvz M.A., Wnshingtrmii University. IRENE V. DEGENHARDT MILDRED RUTLEDGE Ph,B., University of Chicago: A.B., Shurtleff College. M.A,, Columbia University, PHYSICAL EDUCATION IULIA C, FOSTER A.B,, Wzlshixigtswri University: A,M., YVasliingtun University MILDRED TUELL Bb., Ursinsu Cmllegv, RALPH MQCLAIN B.S., Murray Stare Collcgr, M.A., Murray Slate College. ELGIE POSEY B.A., Culver-Stnckruvr Collcgc. CHARLES B. STUDLEY BS., University of Illinois. -Q.. 3 E E LOYD 'I', CARR ' 'l qi Uuivrrsu h 1 U i B.A., Wtisliiil on M.A.. Vifais lug on IEWELL D, SUTHEF ' ' B.A,, Slulrllvlf Lollrgvg nivt-iw I M.A., Indmuu Univrrsity. EDGAR A. COOK ELEANOR PERRY A.B., Svl'1u'uw Uuiwl silv. EUNICE I-IARRA ' A.l5., Cullvgv uf ltuipuria. EUGENE BAILEY A.B., Uuivrrsltv uf Nliwuliri IIA., Shurtlrll Cnlirgr' M.A. Uu1xi'1's1tv uf Missouri. M.A,, Wasllirmgtoii Uuivvrs MUSIC DEPARTMENT DORIS RUE B.M , MtuMurruv College. RAY MLIRFIN Niulluuisi Mn. State Colli-qv. M.A,. Uuixersilv uf Michigan. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT ADA KLUMP D 1 Bb., llmvrrsnv nf lllxnuls: Mb.. Universxlv nf lllmms DEWITT A. THOMAS A.I5.. Mlsiunrl Vullev Collvgr, A.M., xV8SlllIlQl0ll Ilmxrrsitv. ALICE M. GATES Ph.B., Shurtlfff College. WALTER W. WILLIS ltd.I!I.. Suuihrxn Illinois Llnnerslly' MS Ilulvmsllv ul Illinois. , A GUAGE DEPARI ENT Fifvml TRNEST RD B.A.. Univrrsi V of Texas: A.M., Univvrsity OI illinois. CLARA BLACKARD. A.M.. Ilnlversitv of Illmcw- A M University of Ill CATHERINE WETTEROTH B.A., NN.1sI1ingum University: M.A.. Washington Ilnl- YVFNIIV. A NNA GOLDSBERRY 1 AIS. Illinois Lullegr: A,M.. Hllllt' Ilniversltv of Iuwax SCIENCE DEPARTMENT I.liO M, NVOQLS 1 Ali., Aik.nnn.1s Lullrgr: Bb., M,A.. Iluiverwitv I l run. XVAIfI'ISR XV. NVILLIS li.I.B.. Suullxrlu llllnuis Llnlverillv' ul llllmnx. FRANK I'I. IIARLAN ITSHEIII lid.. Ilnuruuv uf lklnmum' ir v ii nqan. 1-i1Jw1N W KOERBER1 Bb.. houllwns! Mn. State Lullrgv: U! Afllssourx. RALPH W. KOBER B.hIl. Illinois Stale Nurmal Ilnlversi wrsnv of Michigan. I Mb., II A.M,. ll A.M.. Ilnlver ty: A,M COLINSELORS THQMAS I. FITZGIBBON Bb., VVcstcrn lllnnuls State Collrgv' Ph.B.. VVesu'rn Ill Sl C ll g IYIOIS L HIP .0 4' NEAL SCHMELZEL " B.S. mn lid.. Southern Illinois Llruv FRANK QH. HARLANQ ' LEQNA B. TETER M.h., VVvwlI'ir1 Illinois Skill K ll g It M.A. In hd.. W I A M.. LI Bb. in ltd.. Ilnlxclsllv ul Nlissuuriz . Bb., Nmnlwdsr Nln. brute Cnllvqv: MA Ilnlxrrwllv uf llll JSlllllgI nnwr-:ily nf Mnlnqan num. KENNETH DENISQN 1 Bb., VM-srrrn lllmuls Nutr Lullrqv. Qffice Staff Mrs. Doris Taylor, seat- ed, is in charge of the office work. Standing around her are Mrs. Loretta Edwards, Miss Wilma Bricker, Miss Beverly Landiss, and Mrs. Georgia Curry, Miss Mary Siclwell is the head of the Cafeteria. Much of the success of the Cafe- teria is due to the hard work of Miss Sidwell. lst 2nd 3rd The Cafeteria Staff row: Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Penrose. Mrs. Kuhn, and Mrs. Stader. row: Mrs. Hughson, Mrs. Smith, and Mrs. Cartwright. Row: Mrs. Denitz, Mrs. Whittle- man, and Mrs. Richards. row: Mrs. Ewing, Mrs. Purcell, Mrs. Bruck, Mrs. Lewis, and Mrs. Penrose. Academic Building Custodians WSU Mrs. Lucy Cook, Iohn Bennett, Otto Sheffel, Iames Crawford, and Emil Budde. O. B. Iones is the head of the custodian staff. lohn Brown was not present when the picture was taken. Furnace Room The men who work in the fur- B I'0OII1 Elf? 'rton Watson. Olin Building Custodians Mrs, Maxey Smith, Sam Henson. Lawrence Metzler, and Charles Hunter. Hobert Hadley and fr' en ior Qfhcerri The tradition, is carried on by Iudy and Ken, Ianuary, 1954, SENIOR OFFICERS TOIU MafquiSffadifi0Ha11Y Pfe' The senior class officers serve as a link sents the cane and chain to between the students and faculty, They or- Iudy Edsull, Iune, 1953, ganize the committees for the senior activities and help those committees with their jobs. ln addition it is traditional for the graduating senior class president to present the Cane and Chain to the president of the 4-l class during the Commencement program. une Class Officers are Bill Eidsou, Vice-President: Linda Lingenfelter, Secretary-Treasurer, and Ken Prewitt, President. Q ' f 3, 13.542139 E: - xx , M' ff sg Ss . ff , , i V .3 5:5 Q ml i. , . E53 QQSWSSXWE E Seniors IEANETTE ACORD LARRY ADMIRE, . MARTHA ANCELL French Club: Student Coun- cil: Chorus. THOMAS ANTROBLIS DAVID BACHMAN HARVEY BAcus Spanish Club: Dramatic Club: Thespians: Chorus: Red and Gray. CHARLES BAITY Red and Cvray: Counselors Ass't.: Student Council. IOYCE BAKER Latin Club: Band: F.N.A. Pres.: Tatler Staff: lr. Red Cross. IIM BARKER Student Council: Football 52- 53: Counselors Ass't.: Boys' Cabin-ct: Track 53-54. IANET BARLOW French Club, SCC.: F.T.A.g F.N.A.: Library Ass't. MERLYN BARTH Spanish Club: Red and Gray, Pres.: Rifle Team, Capt: Band: Science Club, Pres.: Track: National Honor So- ciety: Student Council. LELAND BAUSER BIDDIE BECKHAM PAT BISHOP Library Asst.: Girls' Coun- cil: F.B.L.A.g Ir. Red Cross: Office Ass't. BOB BLAIR Track: Art Club. lim Seniors IRMA BOLTON TERRY BONNELL National Honor Society: Thespians, Treas.: Dramatic Club, Pres.. Treas.: Tatler Staff: Latin Club: Band: Pep Club: Quill and Scroll. ROSE BOSOLUKE MYRA BOWERS National Honor S o c ie t y: F.B.L.A.: Office Occupations: Patrol: Main Office Asst DON BRACHT GARY BREITWEISER Band: Spanishtlubg National Honor Society. VIRGINIA BRESSON National Honor S o c i e t y, Spanish Club: F.T.A.: F.N.A.: Counselors Ass't.: Ir. Red Cross: Pep Club. GRACIE BROOKS DOROTHY BROWDER DIXIE BROYLES IRMA BRUNNWORTH National Honor Society: F.T.A.: Gym Office Ass't.: French Club: German Club: V. Pres., Pres.: Tatler Staff, Assoc. Ed.: Quill and Scroll: Chorus: Latin Club: Student iPatrol: Pep Club. LYNDA BUCHANAN Spanish Club: F.T.A.: Tatler Staff: Student Council: Coun- selor's Asst: P-ep Club. ELIZABETH BURNS Latin Club, V. Pres.: Chorus Accompanist: F.N.A.: Tatler Staff: National Honor Soci- ety: Girls' Council, V. Pres.: Quill and Scroll: Library Asslt. DON BUTLER BETTY CALAME National Honor S o c i c t y: Sec.: Thespians: Dramatic Club: Student C o u n c i l: F. N. A.: Chorus: Library Ass't.: Latin Club. Seniors GERTYE CAMPBELL Times: D r am a t i c Club: Chorus: Tatler Staff: Span- ish Club. IOSEPI-I CANNON F.F.A. IAMES CARTWRIGHT RICHARD CARY F. F. A.: Student Council: Track: Spanish Club. ELSIE CATHORALL Olin Office Ass't.: Ir. Red Cross: German Club: Cafe- teria Ass't. SHIRLEY CHADVVICK F.B.L.A.: 0.0. Club. BARBARA CHABPELL Band: Student Councl: Cheer- leader: Maid to Football Queen '54: Pep Club. RONNIE CHESTER MARILYN CHILDERS 0.0.: Office Asst: Student Council: F.B.L.A. IERRY CHIOLERO Football. 5-l-52-53: Baseball. 5753-54: Student Council: Boys' Cabinet: Red and Gray: Counselor's Asst: Pep Club. DALE CLARK MARIORIE COCI-IRAN Spanish Club, Sec.-TreaS.: Student Council: Senior Play: F.N.A.: Pep Club: Prom Theme Com.: Chorus. RONNIE COFFLER Red and Gray Hi-Y: Span- ish Club. IO ANN COLE ALICE COLMAN Times Staff: Senior Play: Student Council: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Office Ass't. Af 'DFW it H Vie Seniors BOB COMBS IEAN CONWAY EUGENE COPE Chorus: Patrol: 0.0g Stu- dent Council. BOB COWSER NANCY COX MAXINE CRABB ANN CRANE Office Ass't.: Cheerleader 50- 5l: Thespians: Dramatic Club: Girls Council: Maid to Dream Girl: Chorus: F.B.L.A. Library Asst: Big A: Stu- dent Council. IIM CRAWFORD FRED CZERNY EDWIN DARE DONALD DAULS IUNE DAVIS .PHILIP DAVIS National Honor S 0 c i e t y Tatler: Band: Latin Club. TERRY DETERDING National Honor S o c i e t y Latip Club: Debating Society Chorus. ROBERT DEUCKER Radio Club: Senior Play. Seniors DORIS DEUCKER National Honor Society: Band: F.T.A.. Sec.: Spanish Club: Science Club: Ir. Red Cross. XVILLIAM DILLY RONNIE DORRIS Senior Play. BEVERLY IEAN DULANEY Chorus: Cwirls' Council: Stu- dent Insurance Sec.g Chair- man. S. Prom. Decorating Committee. BETTY DUNBAR DICK DUNN Band: Red and Gray: Foot- ball: Track: O. O. VVARREN DURHAM Latin Club: Chorus. IUDY EDSALL :Press 4-2 Class. Co-ed. Times: Dramatic Club, Pres.: Thespians: Quill and Scroll, V. Pres.: Latin Club: Chorus: Ir. Red Cross: Student Coun- cilg National Honor Society. MAUREEN EDSALL Student Council: Chorus: Of- fice Asst ESTHER EDWARDS Chorus. BILL EIDSON Band, Pres.: Tatler, Ed. Asst: Boys' Cabinet: Stu- dent Council, V, Pres.: Base- ball, '52-54: Football, '5l: Dramatic Club: Thcspians: National Honor S 0 c i e t yi Quill and Scroll: Spanish Club, V. Pres.: :Pep Club: Red and Gray: Big A: Chair- man. lr. Prom: Pep Band: V. Pres. Senior Class. IIMMY IUSENREICH Boys' Cabinet: Student Coun- cil: Football. All Dist. Team: Baseball: Basketball: Coun- selor's Asst MALCOLM ELFGEN BRUCE ELLIOTT National Honor S o c i e t y: TERRY ELLIOTT Seniors EDWINA EWIN IOAN FAIRLESS SHIRLEY FARMER 0.0.: Main Office Ass't.: Student Council: Chorus. ROBERT FIELDS GEORGE FLOSS Boys' Cabinet: Tatler Staff: Chorus, 52-53: Big A: Red and Gray: Basketball, 51-53. TOM FLYNN F.F.A.: Chorus. DAVID FORD Red and Gray: Football, '5l. BARBARA FREIMAN Chorus: Library Ass't. DOROTHY FROHOCK 0.0.: Chorus: Ir. Red Cross: Switchboard Oper.: Library Ass't. MARTHA GARVIN Ir. Red Cross: Main Office Ass't.: Olin Office Ass't.z Chorus: Patrol. KATHERINE GAVELLAS ELAINE GERARD Band: F.B.L.A.: 0.0. Club, V. Pres.: Ir. Red Cross: Of- fice Ass't. GAIL GERSMAN ILIDY GIBBS Cheerleader, 52-53: Library Ass't.: Office Asst: F.T.A.: Pep Club: Art Club: Ir. Red Cross. MARY GIBSON Seniors IOHN S. GLAESER Latin Club, V. Pres.: Band V. Pres.: Student Council Chorus: Cross Country, '53 Chess Club: Student Patrol Dramatic Club: Thespians National Honor Society Pres.: Pep Club: F.'I".A. Camera Club. RICHARD GLASSEY Thes ians V Pres' Dram- P , - -V atic Club, V. Pres.: Band Sec.. Treas. MARIAN GLENN F.B.L.A.: F.N.A.: Pep Club Chorus. CAROL ANN GOINGS Latin Club: F.B.L.A.: 0.0. Club: Times Staff: Y-Teens. MARIE GOLIKE WILLIAM GOODMAN VIRGINIA GOLIND: 0.0. Club: F.B.L.A. BILL GRAVES Football: Baseball: Boys Cabinet: Student Council: Red and Gray. VIOLA GREELING FRED GREEN PHYLLIS GREENE 0.0. Club: F.B.L.A. WILLIAM GREER PAT GRENZEBACI-I Ir. Red Cross: French Club: Latin Club: Student Council. DON GRIMES IANICE GRISHAM Chorus: French Club: Span- ish Club: F.B.L.A. X v I Seniors EDWARD H. GROSHAN F.F.A.. R e p o r t e r, 53-54: Cross Country, 53: Football, 523 Patrol. DOLORES GLIBSER National Honor S o c i e t y: Quill and Scroll: Tatler Staff: Spanish Club, Pres.: Main Office Ass't.: F.N.A.: Gym Office Ass't.2 Pep Club: Girls' Council. LESLIE HALE MARDELL HALLSTEAD CLEVELAND HAMMONDS GLORIA HANCOCK ZADA HAND Ir. Red Cross: D.E. Clubg FI-I.A. BETTY HATFIELD Chorus: Y-Teens. BETTY HAUSMAN Student Council: Ir. Red Cross: Girls' Council: Switch- board Operator: Insurance Secretary: Maid to Dream Girl: Football Queen. BOB HAUSMAN Football, Sl-53, Capt. 53: Escort to Football Maid: Senior Play: Letterman's Club, NANCY HEMPHILL Band: Times Staff: Latin Club. DICK HENDERSON PAT HENDERSON DON HERRING F.F.A.: Ir. Red Cross. CLARENCE HICKERSON Seniors NANCY ANN HICKERSON Student Council: Ir. Red Cross, Pres.: F.T.A.: F.B.L.A. Reporter: Pep Club: Spanish Club: Chorus. ED HILL Basketball, 51-52: Baseball, 52: Student Council: Boys' Cabinet: Chorus: Pep Club: Patrol. LOUISE HILL DEE HOACLAND National Honor S o c i e t yi ECA.: Ir. R-ed Cross. CLALIDINE HOBBS GENE HOEHN CHARLOTTE HOFFMAN Spanish Club: German Club: F.T.A. ALFREDA HOLMAN MARY HOWARD SHIRLEY A. HOWELL 0.0. Club, Pres: Tatler Stuff: Chorus: Patrol: Office Ass't.: Pep Club: F.B.L.A.: ETA. Jo HLIRLEY 0,0. Club: Times Staff: Main Office Ass't. RICHARD INGRAM Chorus: Football: Baseball: Boys' Cabinet. WAYNE INLOW Red, and Gray: F.B.L:A.: Basketball, Sl. PHYLLIS ISBELL Spanish Club: Clinic Ass't.: CQounselor's Asst: Ir. Red Cross: Library Ass't.: F.N.A.: Pep Club. BILL IVESTER X f ffl C? gklgi Lf gmt X ,fx Lal -M1 X, Seniors 11M JOHNSON. IR. Carver Hi-Y. RONALD IOI-INSON WILBURTA IOI-INSON WILLIAM IOHNSON F.F.A., V. Pres.: Chorus Cross Country. I IIM IONES IOYDELL 'IONES TOM 1oNEs FRIIEDA 1o'YcE F.C.A.. V. Pres. IUNE KAUFMAN Band: Dramatic Club: 0.0 Club. IO ANN KEHR BOB KELLY GEORGIA ANN KENDALL MINNIE KIDWELL FiB.L.A.: Library Ass't. LILLIAN KIRK BOB KOEHNE Tatler Staff: Quill and Scroll Red and Gray: Spanish Club Camera Club. Seniors 11M KOGEL BARBARA KOHLER Pep Club: F.B.L.A.: Chorus: Girls' Council. LOUIS KYLE Football. ANGELA LAFAKIS 0.0. Club. CATHERINE LAFAKIS 0.0. Club: Ir. Red Cross. BEVERLY LANDISS Band: F.N,A., Sec., Treas.: Latin Club: Clinic Ass't.: 0.0. Club: Pep Club: Tat- ler Staff. :PAT LAWSON Times. Circ. Mgr.: Quill and Scroll: French Club: Office Ass't. MERRY LEACH National Honor Society: Girls' Council: F.T.A.: Latin Club: Chorus: Ir. Red Cross: Tatler Staff: Maid to Foot- ball Queen: Maid to Dream Girl: Candidate for Student Council Pres.: Office Ass't. ED. LEAMON RONALD LEE MARTHA LEMASTUS Student Council: C h o r u s: F.N.A.: Latin Club: Clinic Ass't. Pep Club. ILIDY LINDLEY LINDA LINGENFELTER Quill and Scroll: Thespians: National Honor S 0 c i e t Y: Girls' Council: Dramatic Club Sec.: Times Staff, Ad Mgr.: Tatler Staff, Ad. Mgr.: Band: Cheerleader, 52-54: Pep Club: Spanish Club: Maid to Dream Girl: Maid' to Foot- ball Queen. MARY LOGAN DENNY LONG Football, Sl-53: Boys' Cabi- net: Pep Club: Track: Bas- ketball, 5l: Student Council. WP'-5 .111 .Q Seniors SHIRLEY LOOPER DAVID LUFT Rifle Club, V. Pres.: Chorus: Science Club: Track: Red and Gray, Sec.: Senior Play. ALFRED LUMPKINS WiLLIAM MACKEL FELIX MACIAS Football, Sl-53: All District Team, 533 Basketball, Sl: Track, 51153: Escort to Foot- bal Queen: Big A: Times Staff. BETTE MAHON Patrol: F.B.L.A.: Ir. Red. Cross: Chorus. ANN MARMINO EVELYN MASON ECA.: Student Council MAYNARD MASSA Student Council. SAM MASSALONE IOHN MATTHEWS Red and Gray, V. Pres, Of- fice Ass't.g Patrol: Football, 52-53. BOB MCCOY IYHILLIP MQDANIEL RICHARD MCFERRIN MARILYN McINTOSH Band: Art Club: Library Ass't. Seniors MARY MQPI-IERSON 0.0. Club. DAN MERKLE HILL MEYER Student Council: Quill and Scroll: Thespian Play: Tatler Sports Ed.: Times, Sports Staff: Debating Club: Pep Club: Basketball, Sl-53: Dra- matic Club: Football, 51. BERNICE MEYERS F,B,L.A.: F.H,A.: 0.0. Club. RICHARD MEYERS IZEASIE MILLER WANDA MILLER Chorus: F.B,L.A.: Latin Club: 0.0, Club. mos MILLS PHYLLIS MILNER SHIRLEY MITTS Latin Club: F.N.A.: Ir. Red Cross: Switchboard Operator. DARLEEN MONTGOMERY F.B.L.A.: 0.0. Club. SANDRA MOORE Chorus: Lib r a 1' y Ass t.: li.B.I..A.: 0.0. Club. DON MORRIS Chorus: Cafeteria Asst. ED MORRIS Latin Club: Track, 52-53: Band: Basketball Mgr., 52- 53: Red and Gray: Rifle Club. SARA ANN MORROW National Honor S o c i e t y: Thespians: Student Council: Ir. Red Cross: Science Club, Pres.: Latin Club: Dramatic Club: Pep Club: Office Ass't. ,K , fm . ggyffagiyb 5, Seniors BILL MOYER IOAN MOYER F.B.L.A., Treas., V. Pres.: French Club, Pres.: Ir. Red Cross: Patrol: Office Ass't. VIRGINIA MUELLER KAREN LYN MURPHY F.B.L.A.: Chorus: Pep Club: Olin Office Ass't.: Student Council, RICHARD NAPP Red and Gray. ROGER NICHOLS Red and Gray. IAMES NOLAN CHARLES NORMAN YVONNE NORRIS ANDREW LEE NORTI-ICUTT Latin Club. SIDNEY OBANION IACKIE OLDHAM Patrol. EILEEN O'NEAL GARY OSBLIRN LOIS OSTENDORPH F.B.L.A. Seniors HARRY OTEY PEARLIE OWENS KATHRYN PANOUZIA SYLVIA PARNELL 0.0. Club: Olin Office Ass't. HELEN PAYNE PATRICIA PECK 0.0. Club: F.B.L.A, GERALD PEEK Baseball, 51: Student Coun- cil: -Patrol. GALEN PEEL Band: Student Council: Radio Code Club. PRISCILLA PERKINS Band: F.B.L.A.: Ir. Red Cross: Student Council. MARIORIE PHILLIPS 0.0. Club: Chorus. SARA PHILLIPS 0.0. Club: Patrol: Office Ass't.: Pep Club. IOE POINDEXTER IEAN POLLARD SHIRLEY PORTER KENNY PREWITT Pres, Sr. Class: National Honor Society: Boys' Cabi- net: Student Council: Times Staff: Pep Club: Soph. Bas- ketball: Debating Club. pw U1 Seniors BONNIE PRUIETT Cheerleader. 50 - 51: P e p Club: Chorus: 0,0. Club: Library Asst DOROTHY PRELIITT CAROL PRYOR DELMAR PRYOR DICK REID MYRNA REIS fe Lf Spanish Club: Chorus: Dm matic Club: F.'2Qu04jj, 41104 'L REV!! M 4 f jd. IANE R NOLDS F.B.l... .7 0.0, Club. HARRY RHOADES ILINIOR RHOADES Basketball, 51-52: Boys' Cab- inet: Student Council: Pep Club. THOMAS G. RICHARDS MARGARET RINGERING Girls' Council: Thespians, Pres., Hist.: Dramatic Club: Spanish Club: National Hon- or Society: F.N.A. nliep Club: Senior Play: Best Thespian: Chorus: Counselors Asst: Y-Teens. IOIL RITTENHOUSE SANDY ROBERTSON F.N.A.: Dramatic Club: Pep Club: Student Council: Ir. Red Cross: Latin Club: Clin- ic Ass't. CHARLES ROIVIAIN KENNETH ROSACK Baseball, 52-54: Ir. Red Cross. Seniors BILL ROSE NANCY ROSE F.B.L,A.: 0.0. Club. KAYE ROSENBERG IANICE ROUSSEAU National Honor S o c i e t y, Corr. Sec.: Girls' Council: Student Council: Ir. Red Cross: Counselor's Asst.: F.B.L.A.: Library Asst: Of- ' lice Ass't.: Chorus: Pep Club. LEONARD ROWDEN RALPH ROWDEN lots RUYLE Student Council: Counselors Asst: Ir. Red Cross. CHUCK SANDERS Student Council: Baseball, 52-54: Basketball, 54: Coun- sclor's Ass't.: R-ed and Gray. IEAN SALINDERS S p a n i s h Club: F.'I'.A.: F.N.A.: Pep Club: Office Asst: Ir. Red Cross: Science Club. STERLING SCALES ROSELLEN SCHAFFNER Girls' Council: Latin Club, Sec.: F.N.A.: Counselors Asst: Library Ass't.: Office Ass't. RONALD SCHINDEWOLF IEANETTE SCHMIDT SUZANNE SCHREIBER Student Council: Girls' Coun- cil: Office Ass't.g Latin Club. RICHARD D. SCHUEDEL Football, 51: Baseball, Mgr.: Red and Gray: Patrol: Stu- dent Council: 'Pep Club. Seniors SHIRLEY SCHWAAB Chorus: Patrol: Pep Club: Prom Decorating Committee. CIIARLES SI-IIVE MARILYN IO SHOEMAKER Pep Club: F.B.L.A., Treas.: Chorus: Ir. Red Cross: F.H.A. WANDA SIDDENS CRETCHEN SIEG National Honor Society, Sec- retary: Quill and Scroll: French Club, Sec.: F.T.A.. Pres., V. Pres.: Library Asst.: -Patrol: Tatler Staff. Editor: Chorus: Pep Club: Latin Club GRACE SIPES Chorus: F.B.L.A. EDDIE SMITH Student Council: Football: Patrol: Golf: Chorus. IANE SMITH ROXIE SMITH NANCY SPELVER 0.0. Club. BEULAH STAMM LOUIS STAMPER IOYCE STAUFFER 0.0. Club. ALBERTA STEWART GENE STEWART Baseball, 52-54: Pep Club. Pres.: Red and Gray: Science Club: Rifle Club: Football Mgr. 52. Seniors IUDITH KAY STEWART Counselors Asst.: Spanish Club: F.B,L.A. IACK STICE RON STILWELL DON ST. PETERS D.E. Club. WENDELL STITES ARNOLD STIRITZ IIM STONE RHODA STUART Spanish Club: Dramatic Club: Chorus: Girls' Council: Ir. Red Cross. EDNA SVITAK 0.0. Club: F.N.A. IERRIE TAGUE 0.0. Club: Chorus MICHAEL TALLEY Science Club: Spanish Club: Camera Club, Pres.: Patrol, Capt.: Tatl-er Staff: Radio Club: Red and Gray: Art Club: Chorus: Chess Club. ANN TATE Li b r a r y Asst: F.N.A.: Chorus: F.B.L.A.: Ir. Red Cross. BARBARA TAYLOR Counselors Ass't.: Library Ass't.: F.B.L.A. SYLVIA TCHOUKALEFF F. B. L. A.: Library Asst: Counselors Ass't.: Pep Club: Ir. Red Cross. IOHN THIES National Honor Society: De- bating Club: Red and Gray: Rifle Club: Latin Club. ,pw QE., aww Seniors PAT THOMAS National Honor Society: Thespians: Dramatic Club: Tatler Staff: Maid to Foot- ball Queen: Girls' Council: F.FS.L.A.: Office Ass't.: F.H.A.: Counselors Asst: Ir. Red Cross: Gym Office Ass't.: lP-ep Club: Quill and Scroll. KATHLEEN THOMPSON Girls' Council, Sec., Tre:-is.: lr. Red Cross, Pres.: F.N.A.: Latin Club. Sec.. Treas.: National Honor Society: Band: Head Maiorette. RUTH TIDVVELL Chorus: Office Ass't. NANCY TITCHENAL Soanish Club. Pres.: Girls' Council, V. Pres.: National Honor Society. Sec.: Pep Club: F.T.A.: Big A: Student Council: Chorus: Counselor's Asst: Office Ass't. MONICA TODD Cheerleader: Times Staff: Tatler Staff: National Honor Society: Suanish Club, Sec.: F.T.A.: Office Ass't.: Peo Club: Girls' Council: Quill and Scroll. SHIRLEY TOLLE WAN 'rowss Maiorette: F.B.L.A.. Sec.: Ir. Red Cross: Student Coun- cil: Pep Club: Band. SANDRA TROUT MARY ANN TRUITT F.H.A., Pres.: National Dele- nate to F.H.A. Convention: Library Ass't.g Chorus: Tat- ler Staff. RAE TURNBULL National Honor Society: Girls' Council, nPres.: Sci-ence Club, V. Pres.: Ir. Red Cross. V. Pres.: Band: Library Ass't.: Maid to Dream Girl: Student Council: Big A. RUTH TURNBULL Times Staff, Co-Editor: Na- tional Honor Society. Corr. Sec.: Ir. Red Cross, Treas.: Quill and Scroll: Student Council: Latin Club: Big AL Chorus: Girls' Council. CAROLE TURNER Chorus: Gym Office Ass't.: Library Ass't.: Y-Teens. CECIL TURNER Boys' Cabinet: Student Coun- cil: Football, '53: Chorus. DON TURNER IOANNE TURNER Seniors GENE TWITTY Student Council: Red and Gray: Football, Mgr.: Bas- ketball Mgr.: P-ep Club Cross Country. CLAUDETTE TYSON LORETTA TYSON KATHERINE UNDERWOOD RONALD VANATA Student Council, Pres.: Boys' Cabinet: Red and Gray: Big A: Football, 51: Chorus: Pep Club: Patrol. VIVIAN VANAUSDOLL Rifle Club: Student Patrol: 0.0. Club. ROSALEE VICARI GERRY VINYARD Tatler Staff: F.B.L.A.: F.H.A.: Ir. Red Cross: Band. STAN WALKINGTON GENE WARNER Football, 51-53. RUTH WARNER F.N.A.: Latin Club: Helper. DORGTHY WARR FRANK WATROLISg DONALD WEHRMAN KENNETH WEST Clinic E1 We sa 43' I 'Z .- 5 . gk :.".:.:gef .V . J . ,-. ,. .faes:a'-3 . -I' ' II mi! Seniors BOB WIENEKE Chorus: Pep Club. RONNIE WIGHTMAN DORIS WILLIAMS NANCY WILLIAMS Spanish Club: Student Coun- cilp Phyllis Wheatley. NORMAN WILLIAMS ROMA WILLIAMS 0.0. Club. RUTH ANN WILLIAMS F.H.A. BOB WILLIAMSON IUDY WINKLER Band: Dramatic Club? Stu- dent Council: Library Asst.: F.N.A. SHIRLEY WOOD F.N.A.: Patrol: Y-Teens: Pep Club. TED WOODBURY Spanish Club, Pres.: Quill and Scroll, Pres.: National Honor Society, V. Pres.. Parl., Pres.: Thespians. Pres.: Sec., Treas.: Dramatic Clu V. Pres.: Band: Debat' Club: .Pep Club: Tatler we Ed. Ass't.: Pep Band: Op- tomist: Oratorical Contest City Winnerg Voice of De- mocracy. City Winner: Chairman, Student Assembly Planning Com. DIANE WOODMAN V. Pres.: Student C0u DON WOODS D.E. Club. WILLIAM WOOLSEY BOB WORTHY M ee M Wa, yt SCH1OfS ,, uf' DON Y a ' Gray: Chi 0 F S M, I,OL S IE YE QM DICK ORK Band. DOROTHY YOUNG SYLVIA YOUNG CLAUDETTE YOUNGER Student Council: Chorus. DAVE, ZLIMWALT ' DON SAWYER January Alpha Winners ln order to receive a silver alpha, a stu- dent must have a high school grade of 90 or above and an average of 95 or above for a gold al- pha. 5,5 First Row: Marjorie Cochran, Namy Tntchenal Pat Cvrcnz hach amcc Rousseau. Second Row: Iim Nolan, Rosellcn Schaffner Sally Morrow Margaret Ringcring, Sue Schrieber Third Row: Beverly Dulancy, Iudy Edsall Dlck Reld Carol Turner Pat Lawson, Rhoda Stuart Geraldlne Vlnyard 3? at ,M-.- 5 f E QQ I E Q, y, X335 an WM Q- Q my ii? , E i ...M ff ks? ik 125455 6,- 1-4 I II "'-. 6' M Q R E .- is fvk uniors 315612 ' 1 "'- 1 , , ...,. rw 1' .. if rage ' MARVIN ADLER DON ALEXANDER GA1'L ALLEN IO ALLEN BETTY ANDERSON WES ARNOLD DAVID ASH DOROTHY BAILEY CARL BAKER QS - GERALD BAGLEY xi A HAROLD BALL IOAN BALLINGER IANICE BARKELEY GAYLE BATES ILIDY BEAN ANN BEARD MARGARET BEARDSMORE MARLENE BEATTY EMERY BECK VIC BELANGER MARIORIE BELCHER , DOROTHY BENTLEY ROBERT BERGESCH MARTHA BLANKENSHIP IOAN MARLENE BLUNK MARIE BONO ERROL BOSLEY BETTY BOSCHERT DIANN BOSNAK MARY DELL BOTT IOAN BOYER NORA BRADSHAW RUSSELL BRADSHAW GEORGIA BRICKER GENNY BROCKMEYER CORINE BROOKS RONNY BROOKS IACK BROWN IANE BROVVN IEANETTE BROWN IUDY BROWN ROGER BROWN RONALD BRYANT IACKIE BUCKSHOT CAROLYN BUETTEL RAMONA BUHS CAROL BURGOYNE DIXIE BUTLER DICK CALDWELL DON CALHOUN LORETTA CALLAHON DON COMPAGNA CYNTHIA CAMPBELL IOAN CAMPBELL LOIS CAMPBELL RONNIE CAMPBELL RICHARD CASNER CHARLES CHAMBLISS WILLIAM CHAMPLIN IANICE CHAPPELL HAROLD CHAPPELL SUE CHAPIPELL ELEANOR CLARK BEBE CLAYTON IIM CLAYTON ORALE COLE SHARI COLSTON LEONARD CONNORS KAREN COOPER PAT COPE an ,K M PM ,flh Q, C.E.f-: ll . xihi iq ., .Q E 'W' 5 1 .EV . .:.,, : - X 1 ' A ' I ev'afz4s3wLi1s STWSTVIKW 'WK Juniors M., . 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Anderson, Frances Bowman, Yvonne Anton, Ramona lean Abel, Shirley Baldridge, Tom Andrews, Don Alexander. Weiidel Baker, Bob Bollini, Hilbert Allen, Frances Biermacher, Ierry Barnett. Bill Ackerman. Harry Anderson. William Banks, lim Baze. Larry Boatright. Bob Antrobus, Bill Bono. Ronnie Bogart. Row l. Row 2. Row 3. Buckner. Carl Brunn- Nancy Connox, Carol Cole, Evelyn Chanberlain, Charles Cochran, Elsie Butler. worth, Betty Bryant, Ruth Chadwick, Sue Colamn. Norma Boots Boyd. Chiles, Susan Chiles, Allen Connoyer, Hallene Cathorall, Gladys Butler, lane Darlene Brown, Virginia Corwin. Indy Chambers, Nancy Campbell Doris Carney, Catherine Cobbs. Ioe Case, lim Carstens, Kenny Corvett, lack Clark, Dick Claybour, Ierald Broche, William Cannon. Alden Colston, lohn Camp, Iackie Cooper. Bill Colman, Dennis Cartwright, Ronnie Bunse, Dave Green, james Calen. Sophomores Row 1. Row 2. Row 3. Ruth Dial, Connie Doinan. Linda Cunningham, Sain Elfgcn, Paul Ellis, Richard Dodgc, Flor-cncc Duty, Ida Davenport. Frank Dorscy, Billic lillis, Iohn Dickiuann, Miki' Dvwcy, Charlvs Downing, lohn Halt-s. Carole Conslcy, Phyllis Cnrycy, liarhara Divrstvin, l'. Davis, Flora Dalton, Shirlvy Dykcman. Indy Coycr, Mary lant- DcFratvs. Ruth Curry, Ioycc Davis. llatsy Dcnckcr, Barhara Dickinson, Nancy Dotson. loyu-3 lfllis. Inn lfhhlcr. lVlclvin lfdwards, TL-rry Dillon, Dallas Dalton. Willwiii' Dykcinan, Dayv Crawford, Howard Czcrny. Rohvrt Dclnivr, Vernon Duall, Chuck Drvith, Don Crahtrvc, Steve liaton, VVcndcll Cunningham, Iicrry Dorris, Don Duncan. Row l. Row 2. Row 3. Rodncy Forcadc, Iuanita Evans, Mary Extronn, Kay Grccnwood, Ioscph Goodman, Dolores Grccn. Charlotte Gordon, lVlinnic' Fulks, Rohcrra Gucriuh, lohn Gcorg-C, 1l'anl Edwards Gillcspiv. Charlcnc Gibson, Iancll Gadc, Shirlcy Giatras, Rosvinary Goukcn, Pmvvcrly Gihhs, Kath-:rine Fcarno, Nancy Gallahcr, Marcia Gill, lnanita Ewin, Earlcnc Linvillc, Phillip Ford, Victor Ford, Frvd Gearing, Kcnncth Funk. Rolwcrt Gcorgvwitz, Danvll Endicott, Donald Eve-rinan, Terry Flint, Bob lilrod. Larry Evans, Curtis Francis. Robert Glovcr, loc Godwin. VVill'nurn Forrvstcr. Ron Franks, Mika' Frurichs. Sophomores Row 1. Monte Henderson. Lucia Horn, Barbar Hinton, Esther Hendrick, Ioyce Herron, Nancy Haynes. Sally Hamer, Donna Heaton. Diana Hiller, Norma Hessenau-er, Ruth Herring. loan Hazelwonder. Row 2. llhyllis Hartnett, Delorice Griffin, Martha Gunter, Pauline Harpole, Dottie Glatt Alice Gill. Shirley Gottlob, Carol Green, Iudy Green, lanet Grube Sonja Grady, ljat Gravett. Row 3. lid Hollingsworth, Melvin Hotfron, Larry Holmes, Robert Herrick, Harry Hershey, Ioe Keller. Harry Hazelton, Robert Hernandez, Mary Hudwit, Mary Lou Hartley, Maxine Hansel. Row l. Marcheta Keasler, Lloyd Iohnson, Elva Groshan, Kay Hunt. Donna Huebener, Anna Iohnson. Francine Iustice. Sherrie Huffstutter. Ioanet Rae Iarrett. Lorraine Jacobs, Shirley Kirk, Betty Iones. Schardelle Kunz. Norma Kunz, Mary Iohnson. Row 2. Luther Ingram, Roy Hughes, Maurice Isaacs, David Kincade, Charles Kidwell. Bill Iamison, Gary Ienkins, Fred Kirsch, Kenneth Krancher, Frances Kyle, Barbara Klinke, Dee lones, Carol Hyman, Evelyn Ingram. Row 3. Ed Iacobs. Iohn Kasinger, Charles Kelley, Iom Kozatos, Iames Kahney, Harold Kuhn. Ioe Kahney, Wilbtir Iohnson. Clyde Iones. Sam Iones, Don Kohler, lim lenkins, Io Ann Koberts. Dottie Kiefer, Iames Iohnson. Sophomores Row l. Row 2: Row 3. Rachel Leinbach, Ruth Carol Maher, Diane Madr-ey, Marlene Lage-mann, Deanna Lough, Bill McAfoos, Iames McElyea, Bessie McIntosh, Betty McDermatt, Maxine Mcffleery, Milvinia McCann, Melvin McCann, Richard McNealy. VVesley Lohr. Shirley Leathers, lini'lmrn Lyons. Minnie Laird, Diane Lingen- felter, Mickey Mcliride, lim Langford, Holi McQuerry, Dick MacAfee, Bill Little, Bill Nlnrtin, Chris Lnvick. l-'fill Leady, Don Lohhig, Boh Lezidy, Iohn Malone. Barry Malson, Alan l,dllllCI'S, ltlizalwetli Lefler. HarlJ.1ra Lintlsny, lim LaMarsh. Sam Lan-e, Roger Martin, Vic Marquis, Marvin Loftis, Ronnie Lynch. Eldon Newt. Don Leach. ., ,... N... , AU F "U Row 1. Row 2. Row 3. Ioan McKelvey. lane Miller, Sue Miller, Lynn Menard, Marilynn Meyers, Sadie Maze. Ladell Maxey, Russell Nicholson, Ierry Middleton, Dorothy Myers, Helen Nicholas, Harold Neece. Roger Mathus. Dc-wane Myers. Derry Mills. Ronald Myers, Doris Norvell, Norma Minsker, Diane Mercier, Vicki Nottoli. Cynthia Meler, Tom Nalley. Emery Monroe, Tom Monical. Iohn Northcntt, James McDonald, Williaaiii Mayhall. lack Norris, Ir., Martin Metzger, joe Millltello. Dale Mueller, Marion Nirsch, Ed Means, Roger Miller, Iohn Miller, Carl Mellenthin, lim Massey, Tom Moore. Don McElroy, George Moore. Sophomores. Row l. Row 2. Row 3. Ianice Reed, Indy Robertson, Catherine O'Brien, Maxine Roberts, Ianice Richey, Cverry Rousseau, Helen vpetruzza, Shirley Rittenhouse, Ncrma Oldham, Indy OS- borne, Pat Pace, Carol Osborne, Eddie Porter, Iohn Ronio, Herechel Rose, Joyce Raglin, Mary Purcell. Dorothy Roemer, Florence Rowland. Edna Perez, Kay Reno, Pat Romano, David Ridlesperger. Carson Quinn, Don Rintoul, Ierry Phelps, Iames vPeal, Iim Noble, Bill Powers. VVilbur Oulson, Dale Rice, Gary Richards, Russell Rice, Ierry Rogers, Oscar Peal. Carl Radcliff, Iaek Rhoades. Row l. Row 2. Row 3. Ierry Scogqins. Melvyn Shaw, Tom Sandidge, Don Sandidge, Bud Saunders, Mike Sanchey, Wayne Smith, Kenneth Schoeck, George Snyder, Harry Scott. David Scheiter. Sonja Stewart, Barbara Schmidt, Darlene Smith, Ioyce Ruyle. Shirley Shoemaker, Shirley Schumacher. Anemone Smith, Pat Shinn. Sandra Schriner. Bennie Ruedin, Iohn Schenk. Iini Schuetz, Mary lane Schallenberg, Dorothy Sanders, Armenda Smart, Princess Snipes, Coina Stokes, Betty lean Scott, Carl Reed, Neal Schlobohm. Sophomores Row l. Russell Stotlzir, Danny Sokofowski, Mary Sons, Carolyn Stiritz, Szmdru Storm llzirlenc Stitlcy, Ruth Spvight, lVlyrtl0 Stewart, Bzi1'lH:irgi Strohkirch. Mm'gm'vr Stir Iudilh Trump, Anim Tcutrinv. Bzirhu1'ii Tindull, Row 2. Rosalie- Siitlu-rlzind, Saindrai Srohhs, Suzan Stohhs, Izinct Tylcr, Lynuc Sutton f. , Ioycc lliouipsou, lat Taylor, ludy Swiuucy, Rolucrtii Stuulvr. Rnw 3. Ervin Stcclc. Buddy Strzidcr, luck Tungctt, Ed Spzictvr, Bill Turrzint. Allred Tyiii' john Troul, Tvd Tairrzint, Bill Thiclc, John Stuwurt. Icrry Stone. Row l. Row 2. Row 3. Virginizi Wiitt, Rosalie Williaiiiis. Mary Watroiis, Doris Warricr, Beatrice Voumurd Daisy Wilscwii, Durlcnv VzenHoy, lVlurguret Wilsori, Izorzl VVOodniun, Shiilvy Ycmm, Suv Willis. VViu1dz: Yeager. Miirgie Wilsoii, Errol Young, Ed Yingst. Hill Yates. 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Student Council Alton Highs Student Council, sponsored' by Mr. DeWitt Thcmas, is an organization consisting of students from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes who are willing to devote their time to improving our school and our activities. .S7flfL6lQl'lf 6014061 i ACTION This year they sponsored our homecoming. They also puiblished a "Buzz Book" and helped solve the many problems confronting students and faculty alike. The officers, candidates taken from the junior class, are elected in an all-school campaign each spring. The officers for this year have been: Ron Vanata, President: and' Bill Eidson, Vice. President, Row Row Row Row Row Gayle Bates, Sam Lane, Dick Chester, Gene Twitty, Bob Edsall, Tom Penning, Bob Klaus. Ronnie Iones. Lee Massa, Charles Baity, Chuck Sanders, Bill Meyer, Merlyn Barth, Iim Massey. Iudy Bean, Christina Alexander, Iudy Windsor, Sue Miller, Nancy Williams, Betty Calame, Iudy Brown. Bill Graves, Dick Schudel, Denny McAfoos, Ianice Miller, Shirley Nolan, Rose Ruyle, Roberta Generich. Bill Thiele, Ierry Stone, Charles Tosh, Denny Long, Vic Belanger, Ierry Chiolero, Frank Dorsey, Iim McBurney, Barney Marchis, Harold Chappell, Iohn Camp, Bill Weiss, Karen Murphy, Nancy Hickerson, Mr. Thomas, Ianice Barkley, Martha Lemastus, Ted Woodbury, Bill Eidson. M" 2 l . , . Girls Council Row 1: Ann Crane, Pat Bishop, Kathleen Thompson, Ann Geddes, Nancy Tichenal, Bev Dulaney, Betty Hausman, Row 2: Pat Thomas, Linda Lingenlelter, Rae Turnbull, Ianice Rousseau, Indy Edsall, Rose- llen Schaffner, Sue Schreiber, Sue Ehlers. Row 3: Barbara Kohler, Ruth Turnbull, Miss Tet-sr, Iudy Walk, Margaret Ringering, Eliza- beth Burns, Rhoda Stuart, GIRLS' COUNCIL The Girls' Council is a service organiza- tion consisting of girls from the junior and senior classes. lVlembership is determined by recommendation by the English teach-ers and a vote ot the older members of the Council. BOYS' CABINET The Boys' Cabinet is an organization that serves the school in many ways, They an- nounce and work the scoreboard at the foot- ball games, work concessions at basketball games, take tickets at various organizations. and post the large bulletin board in the main entrance. This year the Cabinet bought a large fan for the office help and helped in the pur- chasing of an audiometer for the nurse. Boys' Cabinet Row l: Dave Ash. Iim Barker, lack Brown, Dick Byassee, lerry Chiolero, Ken Prewitt, Ronnie Rain, Tom Penning. Row 2: Bill Eidson, George Floss, Tedd Falukos, Tom Gibson, Bill Graves, Cecil Turner, Ed Hill. Row 3: Zecldie King, lim Leavell, Ronnie Lynch, Bill lVlcAfoos, Bussie Munroe, Butch Tyree, Iunior Rhoad-es. Ronnie Vanata. Row 4: lim Eisenreich, Denny Long, Charlie Tosh. if f 'll SEM , Jluch food and conver- aticn were enjoyed at he first induction banf inet. .eft to right: Pat Lawson 3 r e t c h e n Sieg, Ruth tnnbull, M 3. Pruitt, Ars. Allen, Mr. Bailey, Vlr. Pruitt. Quill and Scroll This national honorary society for high school journalists includes members of the staffs of both our school publications. the TATLER and the TIMES. The Alton High chapter was reactivated this year after lying dormant for quite a few years. Mr, Bailey and Mrs. lrma Allen were the first semester ad- visors, and after Mrs. Allen left, Mrs. Barbara Zeller took her place. This year members attended a convention of the ISHSPA, and they also sponsored a student assembly which featured Beulah Schacht. columnist for the Globe-Democrat. A field trip to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch was taken and en- joyed by the members. Regular meetings are not held, but in- ductions will be presented each fall and spring. N. A real "circus" on the convention trip to Champaign. Iudy had troubles with spaghetti but ma Left to right - Iudy Edsall, "Mom" Allen, "Uncle Gene" Bailey, Ruth Turnbull Gretchen Sieg x f -t A . ct , me Mrs. Allen receives a farewell gift from the Quill and Scroll. Row l: Mrs. Barbara Zeller, Pat Thomas Bob Koehne, Terry Bonnell, Irma Brunnl worth. ROW 2: Dolores Gubser, Nlonicn Todd, l.in- tlu Lingenfelter. Row 3: Lynda Buchanan, Terl Woodlat1l'y, Ioyce Baker. Row 4: Iudy Edsall, Bill Eidson, Elizabeth Burns. Row 5: Merry Leach, Donna Nlarch, Ruth Turnbull. Row 6: Phil Davis, Gretchen Sieg, Bill Meyer. not to starve! Lingenfelter. Future Cosmetologists This club is a newly formed org- anization consisting of girls interested in cosmetology for a career. Practi- cal training through this organiza- tion helps them with their class room study. Row 1: Mrs. Becker. M a r g a r et Beardsmore, Nila Steinman, Mrs. Thompson. Row 2: Jeanne Crawford, Pat Web- ber, Freda Ioyce. Row 3: Betty Hawkins, Ioyce Par' rish, Mary Douglas. Pat Hamilton, Biddie Beckham. Row 4: Evelyn Mason, Dee Hoag- land. Pro and Con This is a debating club of the Alton High School. It was organized and formed largely through the ef- forts of Miss Colonius. The members are all new to debating. but they performed amazingly well in their first contests. Seated: Ted Woodbury, Ken Prewitt, Miss Colonius, Davi Richards, lim Percival. , Standing: Terry D e t e r d i n g, Bill Meyer, Iohn Thies, Bob Denby, Charles Ehlert, lim McBurney, Art Club This newly formed club consists of students interested in the Art De- partment. They try to further their learning of art and its history. Mr, Roy Boley and Mr. Dale Livengood are the advisors. Riow 1: Denise McAfoos, Susie Chappell, Pat Ray, Elva Groshan. Russell Riley, Marilyn Mclntosh, Marcheta Keasler, Lois Campbell, Gayle Bates. Row 2: Don Lobbig, Bob Blair, lim Stone. Wayne Bradshaw. Blowing Bubbles? SCIENCE CLUB Row I: Diann Weaver, Nancy Lovejoy, Diana Bosnak, Karen Kelly. D a v i Richards, Sally Morrow. Row 2: Rae Turnbull, Sue Ehlert, Rachel Lein- bach. Bill Wi-ess. Sherry Siprelle, Grace Rexroat, Ioan Campbell, lim Mc- Burney, Barney Marchis, Dave Luft, Merlyn Barth. Doris Deuck-er. Dave Waltrip, Mr. Wools. Raw 3: Charles Ehlert. Marcella Baldriclge, Car- olyn Peters, Pat Cope, Tom Meyer, Tom Link lay Hiatt. Merry Christmas! Science Club The Science Club is comprised of students interested in supplementary work of the science courses. At their regular meetings they en- gage in various projects. A great many of the members take part in the Science Fair held in St. Louis each year at Washington University. Mr. Leo Wools sponsors this organization. Row l: Ted Woodbury. Miss Rut- ledge, Dick Glassey. Row 2: Karen Kelly, Betty Calame l.inda lfinqenfelter. Pat Thomas, Diann Bosnak. llow 3: Davi Richards, Terry Bon- nell. lack Glaeser, Fred Schaffer. ljil lbiclson, lclarvey Bacus. On top of the Ferris Wheel! On the merry-go-round! National Thespian Society Troupe No. 126 is a group of stu- dents who have passed the require- ments for membership. Members are inducted twice a year at a banquet. At this time the Best Thespian is an- nounced. Later in the year he or she directs a play for a student assembly. This year's Best Thespian was Marg- aret Ringering. Candy sales are held to raise money. Miss Mildred Rut- ledge is the sponsor. The officers are: Ted Woodbury, pres.: Dick Glassey, vice pres.: Karen Kelly, sec.: Bill Eid- son, tres.: and Davi Richards, His- torian. Row I: Davi Waltrip, Betty Calame, Ianice Miller, Barrie Zoll. Hari-et Shele . Diann B . zk. Sill M y osni i y orrow Linda Lingenfelter, Myrna Reis. Row 2: Terry Bonnell, Pat Thomas, Rhoda Stuart. Karen Kelly, Dayi Richards. Ann Geddes, Margaret Ring- ering, Lois Campbell, Iudy Winkler, Gertrudr Campbell. Fred Schafer. Row 3: Harvey Bacus. Iudy Edsall. Karen Cooper, Iagk Glaescr, Dick Glassey, Bill Eidson, Ted VVoodbury Dramatic Club The members of this organization are very interested in furthering their knowledge of the dramatic Arts. They pre- sent a play directed by Miss Mildred Rutledge, their sponsor. in which the members assist with make-up, lights, and props. Their plays are looked forward to with much anticipation and well attended each year. Their latest productions have been A'Father Of The Bride" and 'Alt'S A Great Life." Betty Calame, Diann Bosnak, and Lois Campbell join Miss Rutledge in admiring her gift from the Dramatic Club, Breakfastl with Fatherl gr A "South-of-the-Border" ver- sion of the "Bunny-Hop" com- monly known as the Conga! Row Row Row Row Row Spanish Club The Spanish Club consists of students selected on a scholastic basis. The purpose of the club is to acquaint the students with the customs of Spanish speaking countries. Bi- monthly meetings are held, directed by Mr. Ernest Howard, the sponsor. Members also take part in the Foreign Language Banquet. This year the club gave gifts to the orphans at the Catholic Home at Christmas time. Nancy Titclienal Volar Posey Gayle Bates Lynda Buchanan Virginia Bresson, Monica Todd, Linda 2: Ioan Riggi, Pat Deucker, Don Alexander. 3: lanice Richey, Sue Willis, Louise Henderson. Linda Cunningham, Cynthia Medl-er, Barbara Lindsay Diane Mercier, Ianice Miller, Ann Geddes, Anita uljerez. 4: Sterling Scales, Doris Deucker, Sue Miller, Sue Stobhs, Lynn Menard, Shirley Gottlob, Ianice Bark ley, Nlartha Blankenship, Indy Yancey. 5: Charles Miller, Margaret Ringering, Iudy Bean, Iudy Walk. Karen Cooper, Mr. Howard, Ted Wood bury. Dave Waltrip, Bill Eidson. 1: a 1 , , , , Lingenfelt-er, Dolores Gubser, Norma Davis, Barbara Dickerson, Mike Bresson. Margie Cochran. Alan Sinclair. Nancy Williams, Lillian Kirk, Charlotte Hoffman, Nancy Hickerson, Nancy Haynes, Left to right: Carol Cousley, Mary lane Defrates, Sandra A Stobbs. Merry Leach. Diann Bosnak. Miss Goldsberry. ' iff.. ' .f .tra A A " cg, 'qw rp METIQH: i . ni it gig F Row l: Row 2: ROW 3: Row 4: Row 5: Societas Latina The purpose of this club is to en- courage the study of Latin, and to in- crease interest in Roman culture, civi- lization, and form of government. The members are selected on a scholastic basis. The organization went Christ- mas caroling and took part in the Foreign Language Banquet this past year. Miss Anna Golclsberry sponsors this club. Martha Gunther, Minnie Laird, Miss Goldsberry, Diann Bosnak. Karen Kelly, Barbara Landiss, Davi Richards. Bebe Clayton. Merry Leach, Shirley Nolan. Maybelle Warner. lim McBurney, Ronnie Bogart. Lois Campbell. Marlene Lagemann, Carol Green, Ruth Maher, Ruth Spate, Marilyn Meyers, Mary Extrom, Maxine Crabb. Sandra Stobbs. Iack Glaeser, Terry Detercling, Virginia Adams. Barbara Schmidt. Pat Colston, Savilla Anderson, Rach-el Leinbach. Ianet Tyler, Betty McDermott. Dorothy Roemer, Mary lane Dcfrates. Danny Sokolowski, Roger Mathus, Harry Hazelton, Mike Baker. Carolyn Beuttel, Norma Minsker. Ianet Grube, Gladys Butler. Grace Rexroat, Iaan Campbell, Mary Dell Bott, Carolyn Pet-ers. Betty Calame, Carol Cousley. Barney Marchis, Iim Percival, Bob Shinpaugh, Bob Denby. 3m . w, . Row Row Row Row Row 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: l Marlene Yindrack. Barbara Whetzel, Pat Cope, Gracie Brooks, Barrie Zoll, Mary Ann Truitt, Earleen Linvill, Donna Truitt, Claudette Tyson, Anneal Pierson, Pat Romano, Diane Hiller, Ianice Richey. Mary Lou Hartley, Norma Cochran, Norma Hsssenauer, Theresa Beck, Myrtle Stewart, Carol Osborne, Phyllis Russell, Iudy White, Irma lean Bolton, fPatsy Deucker, Christine Alexander, Ramona Able, Miss Casebier. Miss Liebig, Margie Hartley, Ioyce Davis, Donna Huebner, Sue Willis, Marta Rae Richardson, Iudy Truinpe, Diane Lingenfelter, Gerry Rousseau, Phyllis Hartnett, Darlene Van Hoy, Alice Boedecker, Miss Browning. Pauline Garrett, Frances Bowman, Pat Shinn, Earline Linville. Nancy Gallegher, Ruth Curry. Miss Maxfield, Yvonne Anton, Ieanette Stacle, Ioan McElvey, Sherry Siprelle, Ruth Herring. Sonja 1CIridy,1Rosemary Cvoeken, Mary Lou Myers, Bonnie Stamm, Ann Cross, Evelyn Ingram, Bessie c ntos . Future Homemakers of America This is an organization of girls interested in improving their know- ledge of the home and family care. They meet twice monthly and have speakers or demonstrations for special treats. The girls serve at banquets and at the AEA Christmas Dinner Party. Mary Siclwell is their sponsor. Roses your honor! 'xi Pink lemonade! mu......... -..J . 2 I ' RCW l: Alden Cols ton. Bill Stiritz, Don Manns, IOhn Ealcs Bill Colman Lloyd Iohnson Clinton Hod d ., . . , te orn Harold Hcece, Bill Cannon. Benny Worthy. q Row 2: Russell Stotlar, Bill Dare, Tom Antrobus, Les Hale, Marvin Ringering, lor Cannon, Dc-wane Myers Dennis Cartwright, Virgil Cline. Row 3: Ed Groshan, Don Herring, Dave Bachinan, Iim Tungctt, Marean Nirsch, Bill Yat s, T Fl c om ynn Albert Straube, Kenny Pitchford, Arnold Stiritz, Bill Denathcr. Row 4: Mr. Glaeser, Iamcs Cartwri ht, Ed D B'll W'lI g arc, 1 1 is, Bill lohnscn, Bob lVlcCanley, Darrclc Endicott Future Farmers of America Row I: Don Herring, Mr. Glaeser, Bill Iohnson. Row 2: Tom Antrohus, Dave Bach- man, Les Hale, Ed Groshan. Bill Willis. Albert Straube. Bill Dare. Bill Cannon, Harold Neece, Lloyd lohnson, Bill Denothee, Bill Iohn- son. This is an organization of boys in- terested in learning more about their chosen vocation of farming - the mod' ern way. They have various projects in which they further their learning. Their sponsor is Mr. Paul Glaeser. i Row I: ROW 2. Row 3: Left to right: Priscilla Perkins. Barb- F, . ara Taylor. Kay Stewart, lean T o wse, Sandy Moore, Ioan Moyer, Marilyn Shoemaker, Pat Thomas, Sylvia Tchoukaleff, ljlaine Gerard. Future Business Leaders of America This club is composed of students interested in business education. They take field trips to various places of business in Alton and have outside speakers to increase their knowledge of the business world. Their sponsor is Miss Margaret Tibbetts. Gayle Bates, Barbara Lyons, Pat Pace. Ioyce Ruyle, Marilyn Shoemaker, Ioan Moyer, Sandy Moore, lean Towse. Kay Stewart, Ianice Shaw,kRuth Roundcourt, Barbara Taylor, Sylvia Tchoukaleff. v I - .in .1 ME. T'bb tt.. B tt Anderson. Darlene Greenwood, lean Montgomery. Ioanne Gent. ludy Osborne, Alic. G1 l. iss 1 e s e y Alice Horn. Rosalie Sutherland. Shannon Ledbetter, Minnie Kidwell, Beverly Grinkey, Lillian Kirk. Christine Alex- E ' B rnine Iohnson, Priscilla ander, Patsy Deucker, Ioan McKelvev. Georgia Bricker, Iudy Robertson, Iuanita win. e Perkins, Elaine Gerard, lane Brown. Marian Glenn. Alice Rundall. Marlene Blunk. Pat Tavernier, Nancy Gallagher, Pat Thomas, loam Riqgi Leola Wood, Florence Patterson. Maybelle Wzxrner, Doris McCale, Betty Curley, Katherine Gavellas, Shirley Miller. Shirley Ridder. Dorothy Bailey, lanice Reed, Lois Ostendorph, Iudy Green, Mildred Beech. Ioan Campbell. Barbara Kohler. Carol Witzig. Sue Towse, Don Calhoun. Carol Freeman. ni- - - - OFFICE OCCUPATIONS Row l: Gerald Rhoades, Mr. Ely, Don Bracht. l Row 2: Margie Phillips, Virginia Reynolds, Myra Bowers. Nancy Spelv-sr, Edwina Ewin. Row 3: Roma Williams, Ioyce Staulfer, Shirley Chadwick, Pat Peck, Edna Svitak, Io Hurley, Nancy Rose, Wanda Miller, Bon- nie Pruitt, Marilyn Childers. Distributive Education Club Cwound, Darlene Montgomery, lane KN. gm. -he Row 1: Don Turner, Don St. Peters, Yvonne Row l: Don Woods, Eileen O'neal. Zada Norris, Bob Fields. Row 2: Mr. White, Bob King, Wayne Inlow, Bill Krier, Charles Shive. Row l, seatelz Carol Goings, Ruth Ann Williams, Elaine Gerard. Row 2: Sara Phillips, Helen Payne, Katherine Lafakis, Angela Lafakis, I-:rry Tague, Phyllis Green, Iune Kaufmann, Sandra Moore. Row 3: Sylvia Parnell, B e r nic e Meyers, Vivian Vanausdoll, Dor- othy Frohock, Shirley Howell, Beverly Landiss. Row 4: Eugene Cope, Dick Schaefer, Dick Dunn, Shirley Farmer. Hand, Mary Waters, Bob Cowser. Row 2: Allen Sinclair, Fred Green. Bill Woolsey, George Abel, Larry Smith. OFFICE CCCUPATIONS Future Teachers of America The F.T.A. is a national organ- ization whose purpose is to stimu- late interest in the profession of teaching. This year as a semester project, the club presented shiny, red apples to the teachers at Alton High during National Education Week, They also help at Teachers' Institute, directed by Miss Iewell Sutherland, the sponsor. Row 1: Monica Todd, Diann Bosnak, Gayle Bates, Irina Brunnworth. Row 2: Volar Posey, Lynda Buchanan, Louise Henderson, Merry Leach, Ane- mone Smith. 0 3 ant Barlow Vir inia Bresson, R w : I , Q Barbara Landiss. Donna March. Row 4: Mildred Beech, Sue Miller, Gret- chen Sieg, Marlene Lagemann. Row 5: Gladys Butler, Charlotte Hoffman. Doris Deucker. Radio Club Through practice offered in this club, students can ob- tain amateur radio licenses. The many phases of radio are studied, Morse code, and the building of radios. Mr. Willis sponsors the group. Seated: Mr. Willis. Row 1: Bob Deucker, Derry Mills, Bob Mills, Rosalie Williams, Mar- tha Gunter, Irma Bolton. Row 2: Harry Hazelton, Wes Arn- old, lay Hiatt, Bill Moyer, lack Clark, Tom Iones, Galen Peel. MLA... ,Y r .i Le Cercle Francais This is an organization of students interested in increas- ing their knowledge of the French people, They take part in the Foreign Language Ban- quet each year and are active in and around the school. Miss Clara Blackard sponsors this group. Row 1: Ioan Moyer. Larry Eberlin, Gretchen Sieg, Sherry Siprelle. Row 2: Irma Brunnworth, Margaret Wilson, Iackie Kolesa, Ierri Hogle, Hariet Sheley, Yvonne Anton. Row 3: Clifford Wilderman, Elea- nor Clark, Sam Lane, Dick Clay- bcur, Helen Lancaster, Eric New- berry. German Club This is a newly formed club because German is a new subject at Alton High this year. They hold induction once a year with a potluck for the in- ductees, They, like the other language clubs take part in the Foreign Language Ban- quet: they have other social and money making projects. Miss Catherine Wetteroth is the sponsor. Row l: Ray Perica, Irma Brunn- worth, Peggy Trogden. Row 2: Shirley Schumacher, Dee Moore, Carolyn Buetell, Barbara Dierstein, Ann Kuhn, Shirley Nolan, Gail Hack. Row 3: Kenny West, Errol Bosley. Eric Kassler, Tina Stiltz. Carol Owen, Pat Henderson, Miss Wet- teroth, Big 'A' The Big "A" is a Co-Ed club with an unlimited mem- bership. The purpose of this club is to bring fellowship school spirit, and better under- standing to everyone at Alton High. The Big "A" works hand in hand with charities and also cooperates heartily with the school. The club spon- sors are Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mc1B1'ide. Row l: Arnold Stiritz, Tedd Falu- kos, Ronnie Rain, Bob Edsall, lim McBurney, Harold Chappell. Row 2: Mr. McBride, lack Perez, Sue McAfoos, lane Miller, Ianice Miller, Indy Winsor, Ruth Hoff- man, Denise McAfoos, Sue Stobbs, Hariet Sheley. Row 3: Larry Frohock, Nancy Rust, Io Shake, Iudy Whyte, ludy Yan- cey, Mrs. McBride, Kathleen Mc- Brien, P. l. Davis. Linda Cun- ningham, Sandra Stobbs, Lynn Menard. unior Red Cross The Ir, Red Cross under the leadership of Miss Opal Renner carries out many acts of service dur- ing the year: among these are mak- ing tray decorations for the hospi- tals and filling overseas boxes. ln general they act as an auxiliary to the American Red Cross. Row 1: Karen Kelly, Rae Turnbull, Nancy Hickerson, Gayle Bates, Dee Hoagland. Row 2: Priscilla Perkins, lean Montgom- ery, Carol Draper, Alice Rundall, Sharon Peterson, Shirley Mitts, Marilyn Shoe- maker. Row 3: Steve Ed-en, Betty Bryant, Opal Winson, Ray Hunt, Phyllis Curyey. Katherine liearno, Anemone Smith, Sally Morrow. Row 4: Iames Iohnson, Lois Campbell, Sherry Siprelle, Iudy Brown, Carol Cousley, Elsie Catherol, Tom Cunning- ham, Miss Renner. " ri-rr'Msi.J!lQ!.lH.3eS2.4hcT. A. g Row l: Gail Hack, Iudy Brown, Gayle Bates, Ianice Howell, 'lean Montgomery, Dorothy Stites, Vir- ginia Watt. Row 2: Minnie Laird, Martha Gun- ter, Barbara Dierstein, Pat Colstein, Shirley Baldridge, Anita Perez, lanet Grube. Row 3: Virginia Adams, Beatrice Voumard, Sherry Huffstutler, Phyl- lis Russell, Betty McDurmett, Io Ann Hazelwonder, Ruth Maher, Norma Minsker. Future Nurses of America The F.N.A. consists of girls in'- terested in nursing as a profession. Their purpose is to create an under- standing of the fundamentals of this work and to give assistance to Mrs. Mutz, their sponsor. Regular meet- ings are held each month at which speakers discuss the s u b j e ct of nursing. This year these girls as- sisted in the T.B. program, helped in the clinic, sold chrysanthemums for ,the Homecoming game, and helped buy an audiometer. Row 1: Sandra Sass, Patty Flory, Ioyce Baker, Mrs. Mutz, Rosellen Schaffner, Kathy Thompson. Row 2: Elizabeth Burns, Betty Calame, Marian Glenn, Ruth Warner, Sandra Robertson, Ann Tate. Row 3: Dolores Gubser, Virginia Bresson. Margie Belcher, Donna Huebner, Caro- lyn -Peters, Mary Dell Bott, Bebe Clayton. Row 4: Pat Cope, Anna Kuhn, Sherry Siprelle, Barbara Lindsay, Diane Lingen- felter, Ianet Tyler. S Clinic Assistants Seaiel left to right: Donna Huebner Mrs. Frances Mutz, Ruth Warner Patricia Flory. Standing left to right: Carolyn Peters Sandra Sass, Marjorie Belcher Martha Lemastus. Red and Gray Hi-Y This group consists of boys who are interested in creating and maintaining high standards in their school and community life. They are as- sociated with the YMCA al- though school sponsored, and hold their meetings at the Row I: Bob Koehne, Don Yates, Dick York, Ronnie Vanata, Tedd Falukos. Row 2: Iohn Thies, Richard Napp, Fred Schaeffer, Ronnie Coffler, Merlyn Barth, Dick Schudel. Row 3: Bill Graves, Ed Morris, Dave Weaver, Gene Stewart. Bill Eidson, Ralph Scott, Cafeteria Assistants This service organization carrys out such duties as re- placing food in the cafeteria, helping in the disposal unit, cleaning tables, and assisting at the snack bar. ln return for their work they receive their meals free. Miss Mary Sidwell supervises their work. Row 1: Diane Madre, Christina Kraushaar. Sammy Elfgen, Ierry Stockton, Roberta Stockton, Hel- 'en fla l-' rx-l. Row 2: Elva Groshan, Marlene Blunk. Della Hillar, Mari-3 Golike. Alim- xfV1iil'OllS, Carol Cole, lanet Tyler, Row 3: Elsie Cathorall, Pat Gravett. Darlene Gravett, Kay Mayhall, Emma Rushing, Alda Thompson, Eileen Hess, Phyllis Vvehrinan. Row 4: Elias Smith, lohn Eales, Harold Ball, Marvin Mosby, Don Morris, Lee Frankfort, Tommy Norris, Bob Yackel. Camera Club The camera club, sponsored by Mr. Loyd Carr, is composed of stu- dents interested in photography. It tries to teach the fundamentals to the novice. Composition, printing. developing, and lighting, are dis- cussed to make photography easier. Row 1: Mr. Carr, lim Ehlers, Barney Marchis, Carol Burgoyne. Raul 2: Don A'exancle1', Dick Caldwell, Ralph Gissal, Eric Newberry, lane Free- man, Carolyn Cravens, Schardelle Kuntz, Norma Kunz, Savilla Anderson, Phyllis VVehrman, Icanette Stade, Ianet Tyler. Row 3: Bill Moyer, Fred Schaeffer, Dick York, lack Erwin, lim Turley, Mike Talley. Mr. Schmelzel's Assistants The boys in Mr. Schmelzel's office help him in many ways. They answer the phone, run errands, and look after the affairs when he is away. Seated: Ierry Chiolero, Chuck Sanders. Standing: Butch Tyree, lim Barker, Larry Admire, Dick Byassee, Walt Ridder, Wesley Arnold. M"" 1FF' Iwi I . lVz " 'S "' mimi Library Assistants The library assistants help in the Alton High library dur- ing their study periods. They file cards, return books to shelves, keep the b u l l e t i n boards up to date, and various other things. One of the girls usually takes care of the library dur- ing the summer under the sup- ervision of Miss Louise An- thony, Directorg public school libraries in Alton. Row 1: Ra-2 Turnbull, Iudy Wink- ler, Margaret Beardsmore, Betty Calame, Liz Burns, Iane Brown, Sylvia Tchoukaleff, Row 2: Yvonne Anton, Rosellen, Schaffner, Ianice Rousseau. Opal Winson, Susie Voss, Carol Cous- ley, Marilyn Macintosh, LaVerne Crews, Gayle Bates. Office Assistants Each hour five students assist the office help by run- ning errands and collecting absence slips. Since the switch- board has been installed an extra student is needed to help place the calls to and from Alton High. Row 1: Mary Sons, Pat Bishop, Maureen Edsall, Gayle Bates, Alice Rundell, Iudy Wliyte, Nancy Rust, Ruth Hoffman. Row 2: Merry Leach, Frances Bow- man, Dolores Gubser, Monica Todd, Phyllis Eppel, D C n n a Heaton, Ruth Curry. Row 3: Ioan Moyer, Ruth Tidwell, Barbara Chappell, Pat Thomas. Indy Gibbs, Iudy Yancey, Kath- leen McBrien, Karen Cooper. Student Patrol This service organization is composed of students who volunteer to help maintain or- der in the halls and on the campus, mainly during lunch hours. A student captain for each hour aids Mr. Ralph Kober, the sponsor, in check- ing attendance. Row 1: Rosalie Vicari, Marie Bono, loan Moyer, Shirley Osborne, Margie Hartley, Barbara Dierstein, ludy Bean, Don Calhoun. Row 2: Gretchen Sieg, Grace Brooks, Bette Mahon, Beverly Miller, San- dra Shriner, Iudy Walk, Charles Chambliss. Raw 3: Buddy Saunders, Dick Shi- rack, Francis Biermacher, Alice Boedecker, Pat Henderson. Row 4: Don Hansel, Tom Giatras, lim Massey, loe Godwin, Gary Moyer, Dick Schudel, Iohn Kauf- man, Martha Garvin. Row 5: Sam Norvel. Marvin Mos- by. Bob Elrod, 'l'oni Meyer, Iitn Kogel. Student Patrol Row 1: Shirley Wood, Ruth Dial, Barbara Lions, Irma Brunnworth, Christine Alexander, Pat Deucker, Ieanctte Brown, Ramona Shibe, Ruby Stice. Row 2: Laurin Davis, Buddy Saun- ders, Dick Shirack, Francis Bier- niacher, Bill Champliu, Darlene Greenwood. flow 3: 'loin Raglin, Don Mason, Bill VViess, Gene Vann, lim Cars- tens. Row 4: lVlIllCOllll Elfgen, Richard lliielmner, Tom lVleyers, Eric Kas- sler. Miss Teter's Assistants These girls assist rleter in many ways. Each hour one girl is scheduled to run errands, answer the telephone, and attend to the ef- ficient running of the office when Miss Teter is out of the office. Seated: Cynthia Campbell, Barbara Lind- say, Martha Blankenship. 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SEASON RECORD ALTON ALTON ALTON ALTON ALTON ALTON ALTON ALTON ALTON BLOOMINGTON 12 MCKINLEY 13 MT. VERNON 6 GRANITE CITY 0 EDWARDSVILLE 7 COLLINSVILLE 7 BELLEVILLE 0 EAST ST. LOUIS 33 WOOD RIVER 26 if ' I s f Watching the show from the randstan . , ITSM Izfwgf I J If M BI gi! i. Hi ? W i?" 7 7 Front row, left to right: Don Sanclidgc, Cc-cil Turner, lcrry Chiolcro. Don Wiiisliip, Larry Nicholson, Miko VVult0rs. Ronnie Rain, Bill Cartcr, Allcn Kunz, Phil VVulkcr. Middle row, left to right: lack Perez. Bill Hardin. Dick Shimck. Charles Tosh, Hobby Ioncs, Dick Dunn, Dick liyasscc. Iohn M-bdlock. Ronnie Lynch, Alex Christian, Miko Rr-dd. Back row, left to right: Tom Raglin, Gcne Wziriier, Hob Hausimin, Donny Long, Louis Kyle, Dave Ash, Vic Bclnngc-r, lim Hyman, Enicry Monroe, lim Eiscnrcich. Fclix Mncius. , i . j . ,' l 1 'J I ff A ., 4 Q l 1. A' A iam, 5. Trniiu-rs who crack thc whip. Lfr to right are cud couch Elgic- lloscy, linc and hvnd lfll Chuck Stucllcy, and hackficlcl coach Ralph MCLaiI1 Q A 5 5? R 1 1 1 Q Q :I 5 3 2 E u X x w E E Q 5 E f Z i E 5 fm Mwwwnkxx ' , f -1' -A ' Q , M1 lwm' 4' , ' ii l BOB :,. x Q 1 .wwmrf X 4 1 pysvfk M ,e Q ,fr W wwwff ' ' Olin JOHN 11555 hmm 15, HE-19 oo? E RAI '-eye -:Q 4. SN ,Q x 1 N F525-1 551192255 Big Cats BLOGMINGTON I2 ALTON 14 McKINLEY 13 ALTUN 6 MT. VERNON 6 ALTON 13 GRANITE CITY 0 ALTON 6 EDWARDSVILLE 7 ALTON 20 Top row: left to right: Kenny Vieth, Bill Hardin, Vernon Deal, Claude Wilderman, Bernie Ruedin. Iohn Torrez, Herb Meyenburg, Don Kohler, Mike Dewey. Bottom row: left to right: Coach Willis, Bud Saunders, Sam Wells, lim Icnkins. Bill Banks, Allen Kunz, Ronnie Lynch. TALL GIRAFFES He flies through the air with the greatest of easel iffwt X XX km K3 'fm :N wi an X f X Q if, KY Ai' if Top Row. Tom Nalley, Dick Henderson, Essic Robinson, Dave llch, Bill McAfoos, Larry Holmes, Iohn Taylor. Bottom Row: Russell Bradshaw. Butch Tyree, Cleveland Hammonds, Dick McFerrin. Coach Posey, Gene Velloff. The acrobats and zanies. Alton High Basketball of 1953-54 Alton's record this year was 10-15 during the regular season. The team was composed of three seniors, three juniors, and six sophomores, There were many highlights of the year despite the unimpressive record, Alton played a whale of a game to down the Flyers of East St. Louis, and later on in the season gave highly ranked Wood River many scares be- fore the Redbirds had to bow in de- feat. The team progressed rapidly as the season advanced, and the boys should have gained plenty of experi- ence for future basketball wars. Row l, left to right: Tom Monical, Bud Saunders, Mike Walters, Em-ery Monroe. How 2, left to right: George Moore, Clyde Iones, Dave Ilch, Larry Holmes. Row 3, left to right: Tom Sandidge, Don Sandidge, Ronnie Lynch, Dick Chester. Row 4, left to right: Butch Tyree, Fred Holloway. HOLM ES Q A -1 SMlTH MA LLEY 4 f f -Q 215K Wife? ggi" MW' DICK f ,,yEf""'Nm.. . Ns. A f i DAVE ILCH VELLO FF up-M E e Q E3 sa . Cb., R ., X m,vf.,K ,ia Jwgwa Alton High Track Team Row 1: Bob Blair, Bob Iones, Dick Shirack, Ronnie Rain, Mike Walters, Larry Nicholson, Butch Tyree Row 2: Coach McLain, Rich Carey, Herb Meyenburg, Dick Gleason, Sam Wells, Bill Alexander, Harry Rhoades, Coach Studley. Row 3: Tom Raglin, George Wilson, Les Hale, Vic Belanger, Maurice Kennedy, Iohn Cushman. ROUSTABOUT' AT WORK Last season's track team was greatly hampered by the bad weather during the season but still managed to come out with a fair record. It was the lirst season as track coach for both Mr. Studley and Mr. McLain. The squad was composed mostly of juniors and sophomores. Les Hale and Vic Belanger received the honor of competing in the state tournament. Les ran the long distance races and Vic threw the discus. Over the hurdle. Front Row, left to right: Back Row, left to right: Monical, Ed Groshan. Grand Master of the Big Top Cross Country Team Dick McFerrin, Les l-lnlc, Dick Gleason, Bill Iolmson, lack Glzxeser, Dick Chester, Tom . ' l.x i' 1 L, H I w 3 Rifle Club Since Alton offers no com- petition our rifle club spon- sored by Mr. Wools is entered in the greater St. Louis Rifle League. Mr. Wools sacrifices much time and patience to this organization, Back row, left to right: David Lufts, Al Czerny, Merlyn Barth, Bob Herrick, lay Hiatt. Front row, left to right: Henry Rodgers, Iohn Dickman, Ruth Chadwick, Vivien Vanausdoll. Golf Team Come spring, the golfers of Alton High take to the links, and start mak- ing the little white ball disappear into the blue horizon. The team, headed by Mr. Birkhead work out at the Muni- cipal Golf Course. Back row, left to right: Don Alex- ander, Barrie Maison, Mr. Birkhead. Front row, left to right: Dick York, Gary Hiogget. v- . 4. , Clown capering in a sawdust ring. Alton High Baseball Alton won eight and lost five during their baseball season, lim Bourland pitched a sterling game against Belleville, and won I-0. Bill Graves was instrumental in sinking the Conference Champ- ionship-bound Edwardsville Tigers by hitting a triple and a home run against them. Tom Marquis. Bob Hewitt, and lim Eisenreich carried the brunt of the hitting attack, while Ierry Chiolero, Butch Rosack, and Bill Eidson did their part in scooping up hard-hit grass clippers. Graves and Christian did the bulk of the catching, while lim Bourland, Tom Marquis, and Ioe Rittenhouse pitched. r' Y if Row l: Dick Schudel, Charlie Tosh, Iolin Schenato, Ierry Chiolero, Gene Stewart, lim Eisenreich, Alex Christian, loc Rittenhouse. T-ed l'li'.ibnk. - "' Row 2: Bob Hewitt, Butch Rosack, ,Paul l't-rica, Al Charleston, Marion Puul, 'l-'oin Marquis, Dave Mus- gruves, lim Bourlund, Bill Graves. Row 3: Gene Rainey. Al Lumpkins, Don Twitcliell, Mike Redd. Chuck Sanders, Bill Eidson. 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Advertising Staff hardl?l at work. Uur eager sales staff is look- ick and Bob look as if an as ignment is in the -offing. ing for another sale. Our staff consists principally of seniors on a voluntary basis. Names are chosen from the 3-2's who sign up in the spring. Although a lot of work is involved, we do have lots of fun too. The staff is divided into three main parts - - editorial, sales, and advertising, plus photographers. Membership on the TATLER staff or the TIMES is the first step towards Quill and Scroll. Crganized in the year 1904, the TATLER has attempted to present a pictorial history of life at Alton High. The budget of such a huge operation is overwhelming sometimes. To augment our income we sell pictures, sen- ior name cards, advertising, and of course the books themselves. Upper picture: A typical 7th hour work ses- sion in the office. Yes they really are busy! Lower picture: Merry, George, and Pat are having difficulty choosing a suitable picture. . as Betts Fridia ,....-- iii AHS 1129! YS Avi? the 9 'Fudd- V1 DIY, YYYOYY and sw 0 i EV tu 'ni ce TQQQ entrws m ay the in M1531 X954 v, February 5, . Girls lnited t Crmtest Yrizes are ixwkxcd 'Hx 19 an gut QGRXKCSK wk f 1, :QSM Qpoxxeorvfi 9. be the f.oX!owA in any ot mixer amor, 2335101 drawing, csv graphic A S151 cash prize wiik awardvd for the mst work in medSumg'5E1G each im' ax wink water com: or pas-ml, SCLUD' alraxdmg, and gragmic draw- ers win Mao be fi-ff: 525 emenn h 0 n o r 3 oi S10 each, ur girls, should do make oi me ICG 1510? wifi hwuses deiemed shoes and SSX of what varsity 986243113 time this detamesi of 54 50 'J .W edeaders have SV che Q le, but sxmikar sry skins. emits re W Up: 11, 3, le nrt' 8234118 eats of blouses elm l mf-wrt-ear TU www rum A W uint neiogy pmt the WPT? Lhenmhill Ffffl Kurs Editor 'umfmmw Wuawxml mm aww 2 'W'-'tf' fd ' wer fx. MKXX ff, uni- Y' ax. M., mgyvbb' kxriivzred. in institute oi' Emiiorxjs ward echo! will a LB 511 ifiifigini fww 5300 A ,laxs a year to about om of their Freshman if-ass A came must take the Jax xi E: Goilmage Boat f March hxriiue Urxbmrstiy, 1 Indiana, fxifers a numb uniiies im tinancls of schiolarshig fee exemption - time eff: ex e away' Xmracier, and Ship, cz L . A Li :min L,1Tzffviff:1t.efK' ffm vf 9- Sclxamfihiv M W i ww ,Gr ay be,fag1r'e11nisYeIv: MJf'M"3A ' A 5 " fschonx bei-ass: T-'em-ua appezxramee for mis? iy Miss 'Yeter Si you iourneyea to Bigmami ofsiered fm you. 'YHSKCYMH game law' Seninrs in the up im me 'eat cf the home cent ot their Qmss are on than future to apply forhnanci M Drury Cmlcge, ciarirwt quarwt SWK' Missmxri, wx emma wuwww. awww ,, M swam cam emu. me frm Ogg 'Bastien played im anrfllqgft 4 cmmciis uf PTA from tmsgrggirix , mmf' mas: be mms by E wmert agenda for rs an asesembxy for WWNYKEHOU UG on the Yiih, and sx at mme Ame' 5 they senior high nuances that FW time this mornin, viii? i ' H S. -sa Simi Sight EDA A vracti-ning im the iggagxdmiii h, at at Madis-sm gee pmifl ,mjegf band QOYNIEL ' ' Matrix tt us' Saturday, R at the dislrict will- in me mme Mr- Bvwrswn, mais, gm K tem X5 niversitg H1 be 1: inois w Homemaker Degree Given To 17 Mmm mme Theater mn pre-Eg Q sent Bom Yewferday Pvbmavy Q the high -whim audi- at 8 15 9 xx Acimmsiorx 1' mice Horr poxfrms ttw lead- ing chnractvr Bmy Dawn. aj 01.14 5,114 Edmond 'Zoungi of Godfrey wahoo ' X A aqapustm Misa Horn 'Iwo ou:-zrmdsng parts are lhQ1, piaymi by Edward dur stake represent' may be purchased Qakbfmxs or Mr Baiiey. ' J1,'-- .Hn . ',g f Y ,,.1+wm,.,x won an nmes Ll mms FRLDYYQ?EEfi1fiEQAA'5fY5?T WA 1.,,,m Q lfiiiilfiiiiii, Cfwffmg Wm H?3'2?,'u2'?'?5hff?.1X2ardWurnbull, March Named C6110 rm. Tl oimmg Weeks 1 H H 0 B0 0 7f'fQt,'lLt3eIcl gg mx schumle tm Miers High ,,,,..,W-- 'S , 1 NOTICE.: 'mass ormn nas anus novrsn -'co noon nu At 'Family Night' E evening of February, purpasv of conferring Homemaxkvr Wgriw fzevemtevn md timing 23 new members, on -th or mvmheris. and ixarenta and Yacuhy rr! wiih im FHA girls ai in the cafeteria where mfgeting Wai opemfsi by me president Mary Tniitt. Miss Jane Henry and B. Johnson BQQETXDYPXXIQPUI are ihtr iueffx Minn 1 to achicwfe this rank Klgxamder. Mice Bodekff! yoyoe paviif P6151 Dicginaon. Bmw Iam Mcxexvey. Richardson. Iardee siypwme. Sue Wikis. Wheiael. Baffin ZOYL Dimm Riley Girls Ww- Check How You 35 " . raw wiih iw: iezmsww? in girls.. if :ix . Q, ,. QM x 6 1 E ' 2 4 1 5 2, ' 51-2 3 if lmwyeiky Q Qi V A 'i xg , 1 W Dimm Hmmm? , , Qmrcial Plerxoxvtm C I' 1 FHA Family Night was held ' was held. AX 1:00 p, xxx Folkzwing wckcome mms 1-kg hx M the ixiitmtiun wma held Durmg this timv Mary mm aasistnd by Kimi' vhagxiifr mfgthu Mrs. Huwami '1"ruU1. c-smfem 1 the Cwgrvi' uf Jamim HDi'R9lI'3iS3ifY X K X upon the fadlfxwiug yzirlfa ww lm 1 Pm Lgwwn qyuxgkxqgy ' 'A FH-X mG1.uEsevN igemeliser, :md itariine Lmvills With the Fvllovm f :Xa want to know how vs YRYGXI5' living Qmsasvs mmimxfi A 3 smrvvy rvcmmg, in Kiwi out x Derma Nfarch uni what waits Mya hw fm - A Ut EM 1 xxvsnimu A Of lkw 130 buys: 1, A percent of mem iikvd Tm' Hx x K K mm SN M K K mm mzalvs in iw 4u.r.n,i1u. uhm 8 wt Um ld Rue ,mmhu ! ih Bu is . . , 36 perwm waxxwd Qlwm hx 1 W I 3 gland persc-mxiSiy. Txy mai Our eminent drum major, OBOE Bob Shinpaugh. Ted Woodbury FLUTES Linda Lingenfelter Shirley Porter Rae Turnbull Grace Rexroat Leon Iohnson Martha Gunter Rodney Forcade lane Mill-er B-FLAT CLARINETS Philip Davis Dick York lidmond Morris Barbara Landiss Clifford Wilderman Lois Campbell Marilyn Mclntosh Beverly Landiss Harriett Sheley Patricia Flory Carole Watkins Carol Witzig Bebe Clayton Barrie Zoll Mary Logan Bm. Dorothy Young Carolyn Peters Louis Stamper Ioan Richards Ioan Ballinger Carol Green Margaret Wilson Sandra Storm Su-e Willis Ruth Speight lim Bailey Norma Minsker lanet Grube Marlene Lageman ALTO CLARINETS Ioyce Baker Mike Walters Carolyn Beuttel BASS CLARINETS Davi Richards Mary Lou Davis Carol Owen Ronald Franke BASSOONS Elaine Gerard Iune Kaufman efif 0 fl fl 0 ALTO SAXOPHONES Iudy Winkler lanet Stade Don Crabtree FENOR SAXOPHONES Fred Schaefer Barney Marchis 'RUMPETS IORNETS Richard Glassey Merlyn Barth Harold Chappell Frank Dorsey lean Montgomery Nancy Hemphill Larry Frohock Larry Eberlin Ken Shoeck 'RENCH HORNS Doris Deucker Kathleen Thompson Ierry Stone Robert Denby Dick Dunn Diane Mercier Tom Andrews TROMBONES Ronnie Brooks jim McBurney Priscilla Perkins Tom Monical Kenneth Krancher BARITONES Terry Bonn-ell Ronald Rain Gladys Butler BASSES Galen Peel Gary Breitweiser Herschel Rose Iim LaMarsh PERCUSSION lack Glaeser Bill Eidson Sherry Sipprelle Ioan McKelvey Dick Caldwell Carson Quinn TYMPANI Bob Shinpaugh BELLS Iudy Cover - -V3 .5 5' F? 9 :gsm -3x i D0 , ' 'W - 9 - 1 ry . X M166-H BATON TWIRLERS Iean Towse, Sally Iansen, Martha Blankenship Bob Shinpaugh, Ruth Curry, Delores Griffin, Sue Towse and Kathy Thompson, kneeling. ALTON HIGH BAND Hats off to Mr. Murfin and the Alton High Band for the wonderful job they have done this year. They presented two concerts during the school year, one before mid-year grad- uation and one in the spring, as well as playing for graduation, plays, and assemblies. The football games would not be the same if the band did not always put on its performances at half-time, and who can imagine a basketball game without the pep band there to help stir up the spirit? This year the band went on a two day concert tour to Illinois Wes- lyn College in Bloomington and Wes- tern State College in Macomb. It was quite a thrill for all the members of the band as well as an honor to be able to perform to college audiences. The band members selected Bill Eidson, President: lack Glaeser, Vice President: and Dick Glassey, secre- tary-treasurer. i can .Ek TSX.. N--N, - ? E ? E 5 2 s E X :QF An..-.ia-x Iriiellle es1 e eiflfvsxaf-:fe 'AA': -4 '. x1 1 1 11A1 , C., 5 .' F1 Y 11.6 A,:X9,1! if . ,Q X. H X K 1, ,. I.. F A v ,, se e e s 1 e e 1 Vffiebf SM' sF2Sf1v"f e1m',ll,lfhs iswwww lliifibie 1 e iii? 1?3fffFf','f3i?'11'f3?1?4'1'+??? 7fGC??iYe1-111595, f ,Z',b Q' V.A , www elee ,,eeH eee This makes the chorus one of the first public relation agents in our scbool sys- tem. We should tip our hats to them. OCCL RJ1111111111 Abel. V1rg111111 Adanw, M:1rtl111 Anwll. S111'1lla1 A111lc1'w11. Yxnn11r Anton. Curl Bakrxy VV.1l1v1' Bnlllngvr, Inniw l'1.11klcy. Milllrml Bc11cl1. A111111 B1'.11'nl, M.1rle11v livnttv, lVl:11'1u1'1c B1-Ixlwr, Aliu- Bowls-kr1', lidwnul Bm-sc wv11r1'. D1z1n11 Bnsnuk, Marv Dvll Butt, llvlvn Bnwns, lirln Buvd, Num Ic.1n Hr.11lsl111w, W.1y'11e Bxxunlshuw, Dar, lvnc Brown. 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K.1tl1rr1111- l3v.1111u Rnbrrt Fxelds, 'l'rr1'v Flux: l7l11ll1p Ford. lame Freeland, Dorothy' Frohock, Kevan Frye, Rosie Q " H 3 +85 jlte Cjltoir 8495 flte nferfainmenf Summary of the 1953-1954 Season 8:00 a.m. - - The circus has begun! MJ,-w.',.N. cw., This year the chorus began the season with the sixth annual Christ- mas Concert, December 8 at the High School Auditorium. Max Steindel at the cello and his brother Walter, at the piano added much to the success of this presentation. A musical program was presented at the mid-term gradu- ation with such favorites as "Heaven- ly Light" and "Sleigh Ride." The March Civic Orchestra Concert was a big event of the year. "I Hear Am- erica Singing," a cantata under the direction of Mrs. Rue, was especially featured. For an encore the 150 voice chorus responded with the stirring, ever-beautiful "Battle Hymn of the Republic," which created many lumps in many throats, The Iunior-Senior High Festival, held March 23, was just as enjoyable this year as it has proven to be in past years. Somehow there is nothing more thrilling than a large group of voices well blended in song. 4 f...- 1 1-N was , Fi f OIOQI1 01158 A rest for the altos in Girls' Chorus Mrs. Doris Sights Rue. The Calliope reaching for a high one. f 5'?'E,:?l is ' Dream Girl Davi Richards was crowned Dream Girl of the 1953 Iunior Prom. Her maids of honor were Linda Lingenlelter, Merry Leach, Rae Turnbull, and Ann Crane. The Prom was a huge success with an overflowing crowd of more than three hun- dred students packed into the gym. Merry Leach sang A'Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and a boys' ensemble sang during the inter- mission which featured the crowning of the Dream Girl. Linda Lingenfelter escorted by Ron Vanata. Davi Richards, D r e a m Girl, escorted by Bill Eid- son, Chairman of th e Prom, Merry Leach escorted by Dick Dunn Ann Crane escorted by George Floss ' l A large rainbow decorated in l52ilUflf1ll pastel colors crossed the far end of the gym and depicted the theme of the prom which was. "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Ronnie Klaus and his orches- tra furnished the music. Rae rlvllflllillll escorted by Ed Hill 3 i Between performances. The circus lncautics. Homecoming attractions The circus parade. Redbird Antics. HOMECOMING This season for the first time Alton lligh had a Homecoming football game. It was made pos- sible mainly through the hard work of the Student Council and various other clubs. Graduated letter- men were admitted free to the game with the old- est letterman being honored by having his name announced over the public address system. Dur-1 ing the half-time the Band performed and saluted the football Queen and her Special Maids as they drove around the field in shiny convertibles, After the game a dance was held in the gymnasium with the Dehflolay Dance Band furnishing the music. The big show comes to town. - .. .w -. .- :.s,s-:.- h 1e+SiiwX'sQ" . FOOTBALL QUEEN Betty Hausman was crowned the 1953 Football Queen of Alton High on the Wednes- day prior to the Homecoming game. She was escorted to the th r o n e by lim Eisenreich, quarterback on this year's foot- ball squacl. The special maids were: Linda Lingenlelter, es- corted by Bob Hausmang Pat Thomas, escorted by Louis Kyle: Merry Leach, escorted by Felix Macias: and Barbara Chappell, escorted by Gene Warner. This year for the lirst time the maids were not seated according to the number ol votes they received in the all school election. Iohn Buerkle was the crown bearer and Vicki S c li m e l z el and Nlarsha Long were train bear- ers. Bob Denby sang "Hail To the Queen," and Betty Calame played a piano solo as a salute to the newly crowned queen. im Eisenreich crowns the lovely queen. lc In - W' wigs Queen, Betty l-lausman I 3, Pat Thomas ? Sv Linda Lmgenfcltcr Merry Leach Homecoming Court Barbara Chappell 3. if wi x41 Q 9 Q Pall Waxitillg for thc main event. Center of Attraction? Putting 'on the act. ln, a fe The Ringmaster lays down the law. I "THE FATHER OF THE BRIDE" - - IN THREE ACTS "Father of the Bride," a play in three acts, was presented by the Dra- matic Club this year. Ted Woodbury played Mr. Banks, a distraught father who tore his hair out over the expenses of his fair twenty-year-old daughters fabulous wedding. Davi Richards portrayed the part of Kay, his daughter. Bill Eidson, as Buckley Dunstan, was just a stand-by to the whole fracas even though he was the groom-to-be. Everyone including Karen Kelly, Mrs. Banks, Kay's socialite mother, engaged lack Glaeser fBen Banksj and his fiancee, flanice Millerl and teen-age brother, Tommy tFred Scha- efferl added their friends to the ever- growing guest list. By the time all the tampering with the card files is over, the house wouldn't hold the guests. Others in the cast were Myrna Reis, Ann Geddes, Karen Cooper, Lois C a m p b e l l, Diann Bosnak, Dick Glassey, Terry Bonnell, and Harvey Bacus. The taming of the lion Grease paint on the mid-way. On with the mud. Clowns at work. Ten Little Indians - - Perform In january 1 Cast, in the order of their appearance Rogers ....t.........,t..,.........,. Iames Nolan Mrs. Rogers .........e Marjorie Cochran Fred Narracott ........,.....,... David Luft Vera Claythorne .. Alice lean Coleman Philip Lombard .,r........... Richard Reid Anthony Marston ......., Bob I-lausman William Blore ................ Bob Deucker General Mackenzie .. Iames W. Kogel Emily Brent ..v..... Margaret Ringering Lawrence Wargrave .... Ronnie Dorris Dr. Armstrong ,,........ Donald Herring Tlzc Circus Kings - l.f1. lr w Watcli the 'Atight rope!" Sword swallower? Looking at the big top Seated, left to right: Marjorie Cochran, Alice Coleman, Margaret Ringering. Standing, left to right: Bob Hausman, lim Kogel, Dick Reid, Bob Deucker, Donald Herring, Iim Nolan, Dave Lufts, Ronnie Dorris. is! '05 53 ,si- in l. Making mud pies in Ceramics. 2. Lining up for Sophomore pictures. 3. A Pep Meeting breaking up. gb.. i gy. if i wil sw? 4. Home nurses with their guinea pig. 5. Is this a mga? 6. A bird in il guildcd cage. sw fs W an A . i A 5, V gg, 1.-N mm 5 Fry. x ,RV HM., su X2 'SI s 5 if if . .f'3 2 A .V , 3 s 5' ' m' - 'I T. Dealers Ass n. ............... . Acme Bowling Alleys ............ Adams Printing Company .... Allen and Nimmons Insurance Alton Assembly Rainbow for Girls ............................ Alton Automobile Index To Advertisers Firestone Stores ...................... First National Bank ....... ...... Florentine Fair 'Ese Beauty Studio ......... ,,.... Gent Funeral Home ......,,........ Germania Savings and Loan .. Ghent Sandwich Shop ............ Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Banking and Trust .,.. Box Board Co. ,...... . Brake Service ...l.......... Brick Company ............ Chapter Order of De Molay .........,.......... Alton Alton Evening Telegraph ...... Plumbing and Heating Alton Refrigeration Co. ....... . Alton Skelgas .......................... Alton Tire Sales ....,............... Alton Water Works ........ Alton Y.M.C.A. ,,.......... ..... . Alton Y.W.C.A. ,..,.....,.. .. American Reprint Co. .. .. Auerbach s .....,,......,..,. B. F. Goodrich Co. ....,. .. Bil1's Hobby Center .... .. Block's Ice Cream ......,. .. Blair Agency .................,...... Brown Motor Lines, Inc. Bob and De1's Sinclair Service Station ............ Bonnie's Beauty Salon ..,.,,,. Boyd's Sandwich Shop ...... Bramhall Press ...........,........ Gibson Furniture, Inc. Ralph E. Gissal Heating Service .............. Godfrey Food Shop .............. E. H. Gou1ding's and Sons Co. Gould Music Co. .................... Greater Alton Association of Commerce .................... Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. ..................... . Eli M. Greer, Realtor ...... Iohn A. Greer, Real Estate Hanlon and Haegele ......... ..... Haper's Towing Service .. Harry F. Hemphill Agency Hughson Ins. Agency ...... Iohn H. Hellrung Agency Hildebrand Fashion In Flowers .................. Hi-Way Grill .............l...... Hoffman Feed and Supply Iack's Standard Service .. Iessen Conservatory of Music Iohnson Ins. Agency ........ Iones Confectionery ...... Kelly 8 Mayer ...,..... Brandenberger's Iewelry Co. .. Ioe Brandt Hardware ............ Broadway and Main Drive-In Produce Market .............. Broadway Malt Shop ............ Brown-Hornsey Printing Co. .. Buchanan Popcorn Distributors Buck's Paint and Floor Covering ............................ Burns and Company .............. Bushell's Market .......... ....... Carl's Shoe Store ........ ....... Carson Iewelers ...................... Challacombe, N. N. Co. ....... . Citizen's Coach Co., Inc. .,.. .. Community Coal and Ice Co. Community Music Center .... Cordes Motor CO. ............... . Crown Fixture and Supply Co. ............ ..... . Dan's Brake Service .............. Dee Floral Co. ........ ..... . Deluxe Cafe ........,.. ...... Dennis Brothers .......,.............. Don Leach Market ................ Dottie's Gifts 'N Gadgets .... Drescher Drapery Co. ...,....... . Edelman's Ben Franklin Store Edward Ott .............................. Evans Pastries ........................ Evers Paint and Wall- paper Store .......... ...... Kerr's Drug Store ..... ...... Kraft Korner ........... ------ Kramer Electric ......... ...... Laclede Steel Co. ..... ..... . C. H. Lee Co. .............- .---- - L 63 L Refrigeration ...... ...... Logan s ,... .....,............... ....-- Luddek-e's .......l......... ...... Luken Agency ....... ...... Lytton s .................. ...... Maneke Iewelry ..... ....,, McKee's Market ..... ...... Merle Norman ....... ...,.. Metcalfe-Miller .... ....... ...... Meyer-Hurwitz ........................ Mid-States Finance Co. ,...... . Milton Pharmacy .................... Milton Road Cleaners Mineral Springs Hotel ............ Modern Welded Products ...... Monticello College .................. Motel Redwood .....,................ National Printing Co. ........... . H. A. Nevlin Moving and Storage ...................... Home Building and Loan ....,. Noll's Baking Co. ................. . Olin Industries, Inc. ..... ..... . Owens-Illinois Glass Co. .......... ...... f ly Paul's Fabrics .... .-..--.--- 173 139 150 169 157 170 164 172 173 155 175 155 165 169 158 164 162 144 160 167 171 161 170 169 168 154 168 171 160 161 171 159 161 164 162 168 168 151 174 168 175 163 163 172 170 173 153 153 140 160 155 171 155 157 143 leaf 174 Peoria Engraving Co. .... . Peters Gift Shop .........., .Phil Reilley Buick Co. Rain Grocery .......,....... Record Center .....,............. W. I. Reeder and Son ..... Retail Clerks Local No. 344 Riverview Hat Shop .1,.... Riverview Nursing Home Rock Poole Pharmacy Russell Venetian Blind Mfg. Co. .............. . Russell's Shoe Store , Sager Pharmacy ...... .... f Sapot s ......................,.,....,. Schaffner Music Co., Inc Schiff Shoe Store ............. Schwegel's Market ,.......,,, Shearburn Ice Cream Co Shurtleff College ............. Smith's Service Station Spieth Studio .............,......, Springman Lumber Co. . Square Deal Shop ............. I. B. Steck Agency ....... C. A. Stickler Insurance Stone Bros. ............. . St. Peters Electric and Hardware ......... Stratford Hotel ................. Streeper Funeral Home . Superior Carpet Co. ...... . Tate Hardware .............. Tayst-ee Restaurant ......... Temple Cleaners and Hatters Thrifty Drug Co. ............ . Todd's Cleaners ............... Towne Shop, Inc. Trentsch, Gubser, Feldwisch Agency ...,. Tru-Value Dress Shop Try Finer Cleaners ......... Uptown Barber Shop ....... Vogue ........................... Veith's North Side Sweet Shop ......... I. B. Walter's Service Station ....................... Walters Tomboy Store Wardein Pharmacy ......... Fred C. Weber Agency . Wedge Bank ..................... Wedge Pharmacy ......... Williamson Pharmacy ..... Windmill Cafe ............... Wiseman, Inc. ............. Wiseman Studio ...... WOKZ .................. Woolworth's ........ Byron F. Yancey Real Estate Agency . Yolton's ............................. Young's Dry Goods Co. . 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Chances are that something you ate, wore or bought this very week came to you packaged in Alton Board, made right here in your own neighborhood. 335 i Annu aux Hamm cumrnnv Q53 Alton, Illinois ap 145 fee, f K X, 14. 465, , I 2721, L , I tim tu I j ffl , g , , E or x Q KX , ' V X X ik fx'-'fr la xvf .1 I I i rows I I J , - lx EI ly Us J E Q vi S lf Congratulations to the 1954 graduating class from members of the S 1953 graduating class who are now in attendance at Shurtleff College. S I Members of the Shurtlell freshman class pictured are Beverly Gumm. E Marianne Paul, Ieannette Sutherland, George Priest, Donald Coleman, X Q5 Bernie Malson, Paul Perica, Steven Velloff, VVayne Cook, Dave Musgrave, Q lg Clifton Newcomb, Reid Childers, Donald Luddeke, Charles Connors, Iohn Q but Cushman, Ierry Lantz, Gordon Early, Tom Marquis, Robert Eahrig, and Q ' Iiinmie Blake. 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Y 1 I Q," . f I, I Compliments of the Comphments of J essen Conservatory of Music Jones Confectionery PIANO AND ORGAN For Students of All Ages 519 RIDGE ALTON ALTON, ILL. 2 - --, , - .!.7'.A7' .!.'7'J.7".!.7'J.7'.f.7".A'f'.f.7' LUDDEKE'S coMPL1MENTs Standard Service OF GODFREY ROAD U S HIGHWAY 67 ONE MILE -I LUKEN AGENCY Inc OF ALTON ..A'!".!'.7'.A7'.f7'.A7'..A'!'.A'f'.f:f'.A7' .A'7'.AJ'.l' .f RAIN OR SHINE FOR QUALITY RAIN GROCERY 2514 C ll Q E B d ph ALTON ILL V71 .A'f'.A7'.!' .A'f!.77' pv. - Scenes from the Christmas assembly: Hep Catsl: Gab Scssiong Two more scenes from the Christmas assembly. -K-K-h-- 11531 Ci Cf 15 Y I Q . 'HALF SOLES RUBBER HEELS 144 Complimms of W. J. REEDER SLJSQN A RETAIL CLERKS You WILL'NO:I' BE ASHAMEQ P LOCAL NO, 344 TO'WEAR SHOES WE REPAIR Complilllffnfs of Riverview Hat Shop . . zo EAST BROADWAY Rldge Street Confectlonery PHONE 2-5021 518 RIDGE STREET IOHN ORAMATES, mop. 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Broadway sexi, N N 1 HAMILTON, ELGIN WATCHES A 1 . . . Specializing In .x 1 DIAMONDS YI 1 rl., 5, I I ALL TYPES OF BE WORK , STRATPORD HOTEL BLlILDING 1 f E EXPER1ENCE1?QPER1B'i' ,LQIIF1 I 5,1 lf I Ph 2,2 UK Alton, Ill. afvfd yi Q4 , T111 . , . r l -N jj . ' KJ 'C XJ Y f .QM 4, I : A X My ' 1 f 1 ' ' 1 ' YG ' lg M ,S 1 1 en an ln Sto ' 1 1 5 1 5 "Disc t G To All chool 1 1 Tonka Clubs" 1 1 1 1 f- 1 1 Xlflj PPER ALTON 1 1 2528 C011 Alton, Illinois 1 1 "ALTON'S FASHION CORNER" 1 1 E 1 1 3 Compliments of Compliments from 1 1 1 1 JACK'S ELI M. GREER, Realtor 113 1 STANDARD SERVICE REAL ESTATE AGENCY 1 ' ROAD SERVICE 1106 Milton Road 1 1 1 1 Phone 2-8813 M1 OH. x U Al Off., 1 3 lack Turner Night Phone 3-3204 QZ3755 ICQ pper 3-7?5t1 me E 1 I STATE S BELLE ALTON, ILL. ALTON' ILL' 1 E + H A : 1 V' . 1 1 Compliments of A ' x :wb 1 1 MH- Compllmlifgilf L' JI! '1 1-M 1- . 1' A 15 Uptown Barber Shop :PF U ,J - PJ, I K :N li J H . 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X 1 1 I 7 X K' Q 1 T , 1 Q Q Comvlimwraw Demonstration an Q I 3-4' TRICKS, IOKE IAND GIFTS Q Q Free Instruction In Q Q S l , I 6 , . Q COMPLEXION CARE AND INDIVIQ1 L If ottle S Gif Gadgets Q Q MAKE-up AND COLOR CHAR. gl SHOP Q Q MERLE NORMA 1 I fm Emi ay Am 1"- Q Q COSMETIC STU in ' CIGARETTE LOADS IEWELRY Q Q - A 9 EXPLOSIVE MATCHES NOVELTIES X Q VENITA M. HA JWQ 8 CAR BOMBS CARDS Q Q Room 310 Q. W. li d GIFTS FOR EVERYONE TOYS Q Q Phone 2- 21 ' 0 OPEN NITES Q 6 .771 'ffIf.f'.f'.f2 ':f'.f:f:!:f:f'.f'..!:f".f'.f " :!'J'.f'.!'.f'.!'.f '.!'.f7:f".!'.!'J'.f'.f'..f'.!'.f'.f'.!'..fIZTC'fC '7'!J7:A7' SC7'.!'.f'.fJ'.!'.!'.f'.!'.f'.f'.J' 6 175 Maw L W W JA wwfwwgm y f ff WA WW Wf'24WA,,?"wM MW EQ? Mg Lix LJ!- yqfg www f' LQ M WKV H L KWNTLV LL rw Sxfwxmlfgiqfh XM M M www Q my MX MW A 100k JL LJVQX FW' M.,xfw? f C . : C! iy' - -MEX! A - V X . ,N 1 WW Q , Jfwf' W4 . U wh V J, ,4 Y ' ' 1 ' ' I -- V " ' ' ' M YI ' ur 1 E. , V 416, A I-it ,H Y: , ,- 'n - L 4 7 ' . 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You who are being graduated this year ve demonstrated dependability by your hievement in completing school-may J, in the pathway of life that stretches :ore you, blaze a trail that will in the ars,to come symbolize you as one of use distinct individuals of whom it is said 'He .is dependable"-becuause without it, :cess cannot be yours. Those industries whose business has 1tinued to furnish the life-blood of com- rrce and prosperity to your community er the years have done so-not by a racle, but by constructive hard work and 'ablishing a, character-the same char- teristic which can mean so much to you lependability. . 3 owens-lLuNois Alton, Illinois f l!ml'llll'lllvllI 1 fmt


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