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Page 99 text:
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Watch the sparks fly!
The Science Club includes those
students who have interest in outside
work in the science courses. Many
students take projects to the annual
Science Fair held at Washington Uni-
versity in St. Louis. Mr. Wools is
the sponsor of the club.
Iucly Bailey, Norma Minsker, Nancy Lovejoy, Diana Weaver, Carol Green Gretchen Wa
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ner, Pat Cope, Sherry Sipprelle.
Bill Wiess, Helen Lancaster, Marilyn Vogt. Mary Rhoads, Ruth Waller, Marlene Lageman.
Ann Kuhn. Donna Huebner, Gladys Butler, Rachel Leimback, Savilla Anderson, Sue Willis,
Don Rintoul, Mr. Wools, David Shieter, Ianet Grube, Steve Eaton, Bob Shinpaugh, Roger
Mathus, Alan Landers.
Bob Yackel, Barney Machis, Bob Erclmann, Clifford YVilclerman.
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.
Page 100 text:
The German Club, sponsored by
Miss Wetteroth, is an organization
composed of students taking Ger-
man who are interested in learning
more about German culture. They
hold an induction once a year.
Row 1: Shirley Nolan, Errol Bosley, Caro-
Riow 2: Margie Belcher, Ann Kuhn, Tina
Stiltz, Ruth Waller, Barbara Dierstcin,
Shirley Schumacher, Steve Head, Ronald
Bogart. Susan Schwaffner. :
Row 3: Carol Owen, Paul Norman, Al-
vin Holloway, Don Mason, Peggy Trog-
don, Miss Wetteroth.
The purpose of this club is to
stimulate interest in the profession
of teaching. Miss Sutherland is the
sponsor of this national organiza-
tion. The officers are: Louise Hen-
derson, Pres.g Pat Flory, vice Presi-
dent: Sue Miller, Sec.: Barbara
Wlietzel, Treas.: Nora Bradshaw,
Row 1: Louise Henderson. Donna March,
Karen Kelly, Diann Bosnak, Miss Suth-
Row 2: Gayle Bates, Ann Kuhn, Ann
Geddes, Mary Extrom, Barbara Landiss.
Row 3: Marlene Lagemann, Nora Brashaw,
Carol Iacobson, Barbara Pierce, Mora
Row 4: Carol Green, Don n a Morgan,
Ianice Richey, Pat Flory, Mary Lou Davis
Row 5: Sonja Grady, Barbara Whetzel,
Ervin Steele, Anemone Smith.
LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS
This organization is composed of
students who are interested in in-
creasing their knowledge of th e
French people and their customs.
ln order to be in Le Circle Francais,
students must maintain a high scho-
lastic average. Miss Blackard is the
Row 1: Barbara Pierce, Carol Iacobson,
Row 2: .,,. Pat Lindblad, Kay Schwaab,
Margaret Wilson, Margie Springer, Phyl-
lis Young, Carol Playez.
Row 3: Clifford Wildermzin, Indy Thomp-
son, Elizabeth Glen, Sherry Sipprelle
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