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Page 103 text:
The F.N.A. consists of girls in-
terested in nursing as a profession.
The purpose of this club is to learn
the fundamentals and opportunities
in the fields of nursing. Mrs. Mutz,
the school nurse, is the sponsor of
Row l: Virginia Adams, Diane Lingenfel-
ter. Donna l-lucbner, Barbara Lindsey.
Row 2: Gayle Bates, Pat Flory, Ioanne
Gent, Carolyn Peters, Diane Maggos.
Row 3: Ann Kuhn, Ianet Grube, IoAnn
Shake. Indy Whyte, Barrie Zoll, Sherry
Sipprelle, Pat Cope.
Row 4: Bebe Clayton, Volar Posey, Mari-
lyn Vogt, Indy Spiess, Gretchen Wagner,
Indy Brown, Gerry Michael, Mary Dell
Row I: Kathy Fearno, Phyllis Hartnett,
Ruth Speight, Barbara Schmidt.
Row 2: Minnie Laird, Norma Minsker,
Ruth Maher, Barbara Dierstine, Earline
Row 3: lean Iones, Naomi Wilson, Elva
Groshan, Ruth Schuler, Mary Beth Chile
ders, Gail Hildebrand, Ianet Tyler.
Row 4: Barbara Leonard, Norma Nolan,
Mary Lon Lambie, Carol Dalton. Mary
Roades. Betty Grizzle, Nina Gabriel,
These girls assist Mrs. Mutz in
the Clinic. They run errands, ans-
wer the phone and look after things
while she is away.
Row 1: Virginia Adams, Emma Webb,
Diane Maggos, Indy Wliyte.
Row 2: Pat Flory, Carolyn Peters, lganet
Grubc. Donna Huebcner, Ann uhn,
Page 102 text:
Row lz David Koshinski. Dick Shirack, Nlarf
uin Mosby, Francis Bierniacher. lorry Bag-
ley, Ierry Middleton, Iames Allensworth,
Sain Elfgen, Leon Iohnson.
Row 2: Mary Lou Hartley, Dorothy Bailey,
Carol Iacobson, Evelyn Butler, Ianet Bolen,
Bennie Ruedin, Bob Cox, Bill Thiele, Wal-
Row 3: Don Mason, Bob Brown, Terry Flint,
Marvin Loftis, Bob Erdmann, lim Carstens,
Larry Hill, Don Rintoul, Erich Kassler.
Row 4: Bob Elrod, Dick Chester. lim Mas-
sey, Ralph Gissal, Dick Caldwell.
Raw 1: Sharon Maguire, Iuanita Evans,
Christine Alexander, Pat Deucker, Shirley
Nolan., Shirley Osborn.
Row 2: Georgie Bricker, Barbara Depper
Bonnie Stamm, Sandra Schriner, Alice Boe-
Clecker, Kathy Fcarno.
Row 3: Tom Leonard, Richard Dodge, Nancy
Blunk, Ianet Tyler, Elizabeth Glen, Myrtlz
Row 4: Don Lobbig, Dave Crawford, Lorei
McDonald, Terry Flint, George Wilson
Mildred Beach, Bob Elrod, Ken Harris
This service organization perf-
forms different ,tasks such as food
replacement, snack bar and disposal
unit. In return for their services
they receive free lunches. Miss Sid-
well is their director.
Row 1: Theresa Keene, Dorothy Bell, Ieai
ette Tague, Christina Kraushaar, loyi
Stockton, Della Wood.
Row 2: Ruby Catheorall, Eileen Hess, Shar:
Butler, Dorothy Plegge, Irene Gvillo, Shirli
Davis, Helene Cathorall, Patsy Gravett.
Row 3: Iaines Marshall, Conway Barlow, B1
Millering, Bob Lawrence. Torn Norris, Da
Ash, Dave Schaeffer, Marvin Mosby, Ric
Page 104 text:
Miss Teter's Assistants
These girls assist Miss Teter in
various 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.
Row 1: Cynthia C am p b ell, Marilyn
Meyers, I e a n Montgomery, Carolyn
Cravens, Barbara Lindsay.
Row 2: Margaret Wilson, Della Cope,
Bernean Iohnson, Martha Blankenship,
The boys in Mr. Schmelzel's of-
fice help him in many ways. De-
pendability, accuracy of work, and
good standing in the student body
are the requirements.
Seated: Wesley Arnold, Iohn Medlock,
Standing: Ierry Farmer, Harmon Iones,
These students assist the office
by running errands, collecting ab-
sence slips, and helping in any pos-
sible way. One student works at the
switchboard to place the calls to
and from Alton High.
Row 1: Iudy Brown, Betty Boschert, Fran-
ces Bowman, Margaret Martin, Gerry
Rousseau, Io Ann Shake, Sue McAfoos.
Row 2: Margaret Beardsmore, Iudy Yan-
cey, Charmayne lngstrom, Ierri Hogle
Iackie Kolesa, Ianet Dickerson.
Row 3: Norma Kunz, Sandra Schriner
Beverly Miller, Mary Sons, Phyllis Cur-
vey, Ruth Hoffman. Karen Cooper, Iudy
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