Alton High School - Tatler Yearbook (Alton, IL)

 - Class of 1955

Page 88 of 192

 

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Page 88 text:

National Honor Society The National Honor Society is a group of honor students who are selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. The scholarship requirement is an average of 90 or above. Dnly 59? of the 3-2 class, 107? of the 4-l class, and 1554 of the 4-2 class can be selected each year. Admission to National Honor So- ciety is one of the highest distinc- tions a student can win at Alton High and one for which every stu- dent should strive. Miss Gates and Miss Hall are co-sponsors. First Semester Officers: Donna March, Corresponding Secre- taryg Davi Richards, Secretary: Diann Bosnak, Vice Pres- ident: Karen Kelly, President. Second Semester Officers: Bob Denby, President: Susan Ehlert, Vice President: Diana Weaver, Secretary, Barrie Zoll, Corresponding Secretary. Row Row Row Row David Waltrip. Donna March, Davi Richards, Diann Bosnak, Karen Kelly Bob Denby, Susan Ehlert, Diana Weaver, Barrie Zoll, Gayle Bates. Bebe Clayton. lim McBurn-ey, Lois Campbell, Tom Haynes, Iean Montgomery, Phyllis Eppel, Thelma Paul, Sherry Sipprelle, Patty Flory. lay Hiatt. Deanna Lough, Norma Minsker, Helen Lancaster, Cynthia Campbell, Peggy Trodgen, Mary Dell Bott, Ianice Turley. lim Percival, Grace Rexroat, Pat Lindblad, Karen Cooper. Iudy Brown, Ioan Campbell, Marta Richardson.

Page 87 text:

Row 1: Ann Geddes, Phyllis Eppcl, Carol Draper, Sue Miller, Row 2: Pat Lindblad, Gayle Bates, Davi Richards, Karen Kelly. lean Montgomery. Barbara Dickinson. Row 3: Iudy Walk, Sue Willis, Barbara Landiss, Grace Rex- roat, Pat Flory, Donna March, Bernean johnson. Miss Tcter. lane Chiles, Peggy Trodgcn, Carole Cous- Turley, Judy Bean. Girls' Council Boys' Cabinet The Girls' Council is a service organi- zation composed of 25 junior and senior girls. Members are nominated by the Eng- lish teachers and voted upon by the pre- sent Council members on the basis of character, leadership, and service. Miss Teter is the sponsor of the Girls' Council. The Boys' Cabinet, sponsored by Mr. Iureziz and with a membership of about 25 boys, serves the school in many ways. The members announce and work the scoreboard at the football games, run concessions at basketball games, take tickets at various school functions and keep the large bulletin board in the Col- lege Avenue entrance up to date. This year the Cabinet financed the purchase of a tape recorder. Row 1: Bill McAfoos, Tom Nalley, Iohn Camp, Bob Diaz, Mike Frerichs, Tom Gibson, Bob Ianson. Row 2: Zcddie King, Tom Monical, Ronnie Rain, Ed' Stromske. Danny Weeks, Mike Walters, lack Rhoades. Row 3: Icrry Dorris, Charles Tosh, Butch Tyree, lim Leavell, jerry Scoggins, Tom Pcnning. ley, Lynn Menard, Ianice



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Row l: Diana Wveziver. Ann Kuhn, Cynthia Campbell, Miss Zeltman. Row 2: Tom Leonard, Toni Andrews, Ronald Bogart, Ervin Steele. Current Events Club The purpose of the Crackerbarrel Club is to pro- mote understanding of government, other nations, and social affairs. The club is open to all students who are interested in its aims. Activities include movies, guest speakers, panel discussions, and an annual picnic. The sponsor is Miss Zeltman. "Herd In this Enchanted Place" H954-55 lil! nur '--'--"""' gg . t st' i tt. X RN? 'NK X Q ' ' . .',s.,fi Temper! Temper!

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