Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1954

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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

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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.



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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.

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