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Page 97 text:
Row 1: - -
oan Richards Ernestine Fones
I , . .,
Twyla Peek, Betty Anderson,
lane Brown, Iackie Kulp, Dar-
lene Greenwood, Beverly Grin-
Row 2: 1 -
Carole Watkins, Leola Wood,
Sharon Bruce, Marilyn Sack-
man.. Betty Kerley. Thelma
Stanka, Carole O'Neal, Wanda
Stice. Margaret Twitty, Io
Allen. Margie Meyers.
Row 3: - -
Mr. Ely, Eugene Crouch. Larry
Heaton, Betsy Romine, Shreda
Williams, Larry Eberlin, Ron-
nie Brooks, Sondra Sass, Marta
This is a club composed of students
who receive on-the-job training in the
field of business. They receive double
credit for the subject and attend school
in the morning only. In the afternoon
they work in various offices in Alton.
The group, under the supervision of
Mr. Ely, holds its classes in the Clin
The Distributive Education Club is
composed of a group of students who
work afternoons in various business
houses and receive school credit for their
training. Mr. Ross is their sponsor.
Row l: --
Row 2: - -
Gaither, Mr. Ross.
Row 3: - -
Dave Weber, Bob Heaton
Dick Tyler. Ray Perica, Sue
Chappel, Rowlan Tutt. Ken
Larry Noble, Dorothy Bentley
Ruth Roundcount, Shirley Rid
der. Shirley Huffstutler, m
lim Clayton, Tony Norm in
Sam Norvell, Ronnie Forbes
Page 96 text:
Sue Towse, Ianet Dickerson, Iudy Green.
Doris McCale, Lucia Horn, Linda Cunningham, Christine Alexander Sandra Burris Geraldine
Michael, Georgia Bricker.
Maybelle Wamer, Dorothy Guest, Helen Bowns, Linda Naugle Marilyn Fessler Wanda
Reese, Sandra Storm, Rosemary Goeken, lean Pensinger
Betty Boschert, Carol Cole, Gladys Butler, Mary Lynn Campbell 1m La Marsh Iudy
Cover, Barbara Frohock, Carol Crawford.
Future Business Leaders
The F.B.L.A. is sponsored by the National
Education Association with Miss Tibbetts as
Business people speak at their meetings and
films are shown. Members have participated
in the installation of officers in two new clubs.
Several field trips to Alton businesses have
increased their knowledge of the business
Each spring they attend the State Conven-
tion and a formal banquet and dance are held
at the Y.W.C.A.
Page 98 text:
Pro and Con
This is the second year of Alton
l'ligh's debating club. The organi-
zation is sponsored by Miss Colon-
ius. The members take part in vari-
ous contests and have performed
Row 1: Ann Kuhn, lanet Tyler, Miss
Colcnius, Linda Naugle, Doran Chappee,
Nancy Campbell, Christine Reams.
Row 2: Shirley Nolan., Pat Lindblad, Tina
Stiltz. Carol Cousley. Roger Mathus,
Charles Stcinheimcr, Clifford Wilderman.
This organization consists of girls
interested in Cosmetology as .a ca-
reer. Tlieir class room study is
aided by the practical training re-
ceived through this club. The spon-
sors for the F.C.A. are Mrs. Becker
and Mrs. Thompson.
Row 1: Marsha Gill, Pat Searles, Darlene
Wilson, Daisy Wilson, Miss Thompson,
Row 2: Sally Iansen, Sharon Colston,
Ioyce Parrish. Ruth Herring, Mrs. Becker,
Pat Darnell, Rita Ursch.
Students interested in the Art De-
partment have formed this club.
Their objective is to further their
knowledge of art and its history.
Mr, Boley and Mr. Livengood spon-
sor the Art Club.
Row 1: Gayle Bates, Pat Henson, Pat
Winens, Barbara Strohkirch, Cheryl
Wright, Nancy Scheffle.
Row 2: Ken Harris, Don Lobbig. lohn
Stewart, Charles Blunk, Mr. Boley.
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