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Culver-Stockton College GRACE REED M.A., University of Illinois HERBERT ROSS B.S.. Western Illinois State College DORIS RUE B.A.. MacMurray College MILDRED RUTLEDGE A.B.. Shurtleff College NEAL SCHMELZEL M.A. in Ed.. Washington University MARY SIDWELL M.S.. Iowa State College CYRIL STUCHLIK M.A., University of Nebraska IEWELL SUTHERLAND M.A., Indiana University DEAN TAYLOR M.S. in Ed.. Southern Illlnois University DORIS TAYLOR M.S.. Western Illinois State College LEONA TETER M.A., University of Illinois DEWI'I'I' THOMAS A.M.. Washington University FRANCES THOMPSON Central Illinois Beauty College MARGARET TIBBETTS M.A., University ol Illlnois BETTY IO WALKER B.S.. Arkansas State Teachers College ROBERT WATSON A.B.. Shurllelf College CATHERINE WETTEROTH M.A,, Washington University WALTER WILLIS M.S.. University of Illinois FLORENCE WOLLERMAN M.A., University of Illinois LEO WOOLS M.S.. University of Texas MARGARETTIA ZELTMAN B.S.. 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DON Sl-IERER DEE SHOCKLEY DON SINGLETON SANDY SITTON ORVILLE SITZE BERNARD SLAUGHTER BARBARA SMITH BILL SMITH CAROLYN SMITH GEORGIA SMITH IUDY SMITH ROB SMITH I RJ Il I P . , 'x x f .xg ' f . I- if ,Q Q , ,Ar .,,,. Q W 11 2 M I ' 3 f F f X 'ws ,,1"' 3, ,if fy 1 if 41 3 Ra ! fl.. x X'-Q... N- .ffl Q " T! A 40- - IQ S X J 'Rm fb . '2 2 E 3 , f ask , -fm A F'b' .. 3, I ui af ix T 'lf A S J 199' 5 I V' 15 X Sw? 96 4 6 A Qi Af - 1 z QE ggi v , .lk 5 5. X ,Q a r , .ri S . 6 fd J , 'fd r-7. ...I ,Jr - -9, 1 fi nv'-"QV 1:7 .J X, lf J, f ..: uf-4 A X ., Q- -ups' , A A ffif nf f 9 ,Q lf. 1, vs , f V ,4 Ns., zzv P Qi 3 X Q 5 xg K ,lv Q wwf M , I ,X f 2:5 -gg we x rv: Qu' ff? C' A 4 ,af ,, f 8 . z -ff , -4 ,. 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And One To Go Putting their hearts in all their undertakings . . . the midnight task of chemistry . . . the exciting moments of student body elections . . . the tedious job of prom decorating . . . the juniors lived their most impressive year on the threshold of leadership. Their loyalty to A.H.S. sank in, unnoticed, with each burden they loaded on their shoulders. Who could blame them for the glee they felt when their class athletes were added to the varsity squads . . . or when junior beauties were placed in the Dream Girl Court. It seemed a long, tough road back through the grades: but with one year left and the open door in sight, the IUNIORS caught a second wind . . . to go on. W .M , We G .. ' 2? Q xx W . 2 MW as Q 1,1 A, Q N , 0, Ng X U, W im . - M ,X n A X x 7 I K X r AQ,S o , , X f ' 3 a X R S Y lk 2 E 1 s 4 W , ,, , X , X 4 U 3 f S xx 'rx f 5 ' f Q g,. XV, ' W2 s MN U 5 N D R4 4 f -Q 'Qi xg 'w 7 f A Sw? 0 Q dnl- xl I5 X Q 'A EN Q 41, ' i 4-A lb O' ,WMM .1 0 Wa 1 M 1 f y 1 1 1 . aff 4.-1 .ALM -1 " ,yang E Q iilitii --....i..........,,....,,,,.,.i. -- 1 "Through These Portal " When we, the students, entered Alton High, the doors of opportunities were unlocked for us. We grew in those opportunities, mak- ing friends and attaching to ourselves new abilities. We progressed each day . . . each class . . . and, as we did so, we began to see the key fit its notches and prepare to turn again to throw open wide the door of a bigger and older world. iw-W f 'Wim . ul X I ax1R,X: S XX 9 ,lg 2 ww ' W . 1 .,'ix'f 9 , s 'Q 49' ff , W gf 'X f it .N 'Zig "1 .,. V' 1' iq l 5, X x , A was an -'K fn .qw-9 i .unlu- W Xxx X s X X S. CAROLYN AFFLACK MARLENE ALEXANDER VIRGIL ALEXANDER BEN ALLEN ROBERT ALLEN DOROTHY ALRED LINDA AMBROSE CARL ARNOLD ROBERT AUSTIN LINDA AVANTS SHERAIN BAKER BARBARA BALLENGER WILLIE BARBEE MARGIE BARON ALICE BARTH STAN BARTH JAMES BEAN JIM BEATTY MERLE BEUTTEL IESSE BILLINGS IOHN BLACKMORE IUDY BLAKE BECKY BOEDEKER PAUL BORMAN ROBERT BOSCHERT IUDITH BOWERS DARLENE BOYD CARL BRACHT IERE BRADEN HUGH BRAMHALL GERALD BRANDT SUE BRANNAN ROBERT BRITTS FRANCES BROWN JAMES BROWN PATRICIA BROWN RUTH BRUCE RICHARD BUCHANAN DONALD BURGER IANE BURNS MARILYN BUTLER DAVID BYRNES EDNA CALDWELL ROMA CALHOUN KAY CALVEY NANCY 'CAMPBELL WALLACE CAMPBELL IIOANN CARPENTER ANNE CARRIOLL KIENNETH CARTER PATRICIA CARTER SALULY CARTER MARY CARVER ROSE CELIZ ALBERTA CHAPMAN TERRILL CHAPMAN MAURICE CHAPPELL TERRIE CHESTER STEPHEN CHILDERS JOAN OHIOLERO JuDY Cl-IIOLERO ROBERT CLEVELAND NELLIE CLOWERS The Juniors Were Much Braver Now . . . But U. S. History And American Literature Meant Midnight Oil Chalkdust and Brainpower we ,af X QQ if v -s Q 4 6 N-7 I v. , ,Q 5 X1 X 4 r g I-.W 'A x gr-N e-'JAH Q X1 xv r J 1 I DELLA OOCHRAN RONNIE CONWAY LINDA OORBY STEVE COUSLEY IERRY COVER BOBBYE COWGILL SANDY COX IOHN CRAIG DONNA CRANDALL DON CRANE DONNIE CRAVENS CAROL CRAWFORD DONNA CRIVELLO LAURA CUNNINGHAM DAVID DABBS DALE DANIEL PHILLIS DARR CAROL DAVIS DONNA DAVIS GEORGE DAVIS ROBERT KEITH DAVIS ROBERT LEE DAVIS MICHAEL DAY SHIRLEY DAY LINDA DeHART BARBARA DELEHANTY IANICE DENNIS WALTER DICK SANDRA DIDDLEBACK EMILY DIEERSTEIN DALE DINTELMANN FLORENCE DODD GRACIE DOERR IUDITH DOERR NANCY DOOLY ELEANOR DRAKE SUE DULEY NANCY DUNBAR RONNIE DUNBAR IOYCE DUNSTON LOIS EADES LLOYD EAKEN BEVERLY EDWARDS IUDITH EGGLEY IOANN ELKINS BARBARA EMMONS IDA MAE ELLLIOT CAROL ENDIOOTT LOIS ERDMANN ROGERS FARLEY MARTHA FEHRENBACKER MAUREEN FERGUSON RICHARD FIELDS IJOUIS FIN IAMES FISHER ELAINE FONES PATRICIA FORRESTER BETTY FOSS SHANE FOX FREDDIE FRANCIS IUDY FRANCIS IUDY FRANKLIN IOEL FRAZER 322 563 '?' 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A A A :b : E A if P", ' Iz' A Q' 1, X X K 3: ',,A fsvfi' ' A -.. .X 1 A , ' 7 Q '- I 1 Levy , gift., fi ,V Q- W A , S I BARBARA FREEMAN SARA FREEMAN IOHN FULK GLENNA FULKS IUDY FULLER IUDY GAGHEN NANCY GALLAGHER PEGGY GALLAGHER GARY GALLIHER GARY GANTZ HENRY GATER MARIE GOODMAN MICHAEL GOODWIN JIM GORMLEY GARY GRAHAM CAROL GREEN DONALD GREEN GAYNELL GREEN JACKIE GRIESBAUM IUDITH GUSTINE TARA GWILLIM IUDY HAAG SYLVIA HACK FRANKLIN HAFFORD PAT HAGEDORN KAY HAGEN DAVID HANDLER SHIRLEY HARMON JOAN HARPER JAMES HARRIS ROBERT HARRIS SHIRLEY HARRIS BRENDA HARTLEY RANDY HARTNETT DON HAUSMAN IOHN HAYES IOYCE HAYES IERRY HEIDLER RICHARD HEIENS 'LINDA HERREID MARTHA HESSENAUER TOM HIATT OONNIE HICKMAN DOROTHY HINTON BILL HOAGLAND FRANCIS HOGAN SANDRA HOGGATT HAROLD HOKENSON GEORGE HOWELL NORMAN HOWELL LINDA I-IUEBENER IACQUELINE HUGHSON CAROL HUMENICK NORMAN HUNT ADDIE IDCH BRADY IVESTER BILL IACKSON RICH IAMISON CAROL IARDEN ELAINE IENKINS DICK IEWBLL EUGENE IOHNSON WILLIAM EUNKHOUSER And leddel'S Now Ready To Put Growing Feet In Seniors' Shoes For The Lost Step 1 W- w""""""' E. ,E . is . di , 9 3 f E , 7 3 s- "W N-W4 , X wx ,A::2,2: A,A:,2 A Swxff 1,, , 4:1 sf ,,,,,. 5 ff 1' Q K J 5 .P W, , V x NY' .,,,. 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J 'I Ekf ' rf , 9 if f R Q 1 I 'X 0 f"" if ' x is 1 X' 'S GUN 'CSV FRANCES IONES HARRY IORDON IAN IUENGER DAVID KEASLER PAULINE KEHR CAROL KEITH BILL KELLER IUDITI-I KERWIN BARBARA KNIGHT CAROL KOCHERSPERGER TOMMIE KODROS ROCHELLE KRESS ROSALIE KRO'EGER GERHARD KUNCAR IJOWELL KUNZ IEROME LACEY IERRY LAGEMANN IAMES LAYTON ILIDY LENHARDT SHARON LEWIS DONNA LITTLE NORNIAN LOHR BETTY LOOKIEBILL KEITH LONG SHARON DOOPER DON LOVELL VERA LOWE CRYSTAL LULY IANE LUSK PETE McADAMS SUE McBRIEN IIM McBRIEN BOB McCORD IUDY McGOWAN IIM McNEAL MIKE McOWAN BARBARA MALCOLM BERNICE MALONE SANDRA MADONEY LARRY MANNS VIRGINIA MARKEL CONNIIE MARKLEY DAVID MARSHALL ILIDY MASSEY ELBERT MELETTI ROCCO MELETTI IOE MELOW GEORGE MENDELSOHN DAN MICHAEL ED MIDDLETON BOYD MILFORD CAR'OLE MILLER DICK MILLER MARY MILLER WELSON MILLER O. I. MILLER SHIRLEY MILLERING TERRY MITCHELL RECKEY MONKS PAT MOORE STEVE MOTTAZ IANE MOYER MARIE MUELLER As They Close This Chapter In This Volume Of Life At A.H.S., They Remember The Precedlng Years And Look Forward To The Future Years For What They Will Bring 1 - xi - x , ,. , X . T, N N France, here we come! 'W 3 V 'f:, .-l ,Mi 5 5 f f ::.,,5 . If W m Q 1' . F Q j KS ,AWGN A auf. 1' 'N 16 Y ff . ,,,,,,. .QW REM K fits.. .Q . ,.-W , ff, 45:3 nf 1 f M I hm X fih N z X 18 QX S I . ,J ,,...-. 1 if . fav. umwxxmkggg 'Q E , ,..,,,., ff fy 4 ' xml., ' in . ' , J-A r ,f T '53 yrtiy. . ,W Hs. ,wan 'Y S W. Q X ' x X "' as X x J Q,-9-1' Nur' ii X x Q5 S N 1 XX M X SX Xb X 'N , ...zn Alix .Q Q I. SQ' X , ,.,,,.,1 .iw ,Q ---. 1 11- ,'.. . .:- A :::... 3? -fa, .2 5, Ii, N. GARY MURRAY CARL NASELLO KENNETH NELSON DON NOBLE TOM NOBLE IUDY Ofl-ILEY IACK ORRILL BOB OUIJSON IERRY OVERBY DIA PANOUZIS HELEN PANOUZIS PHIL PARKER IIM PAYNTER NANCY PELO'T IERRY PERICA BARBARA PHELPS EARL PHILLIPS RONALD POINDEXTER LOUISE POPE BILL POWELL TOM POWERS ANNETTA RAGSDALE DON RAMAGE LARRY REA IOHN REED HARRIETTE RENKEN IIM RENO EDNA REYNE HAROLD RHOADS JUDY RICHARD BILL ROBINSON GRETTA RIIDLESPRINGER ALVINA RILEY DICK RINTOUL IIM ROBERTSON IOELLA ROBINSON IOAN ROBINSON TED ROCK SIS RODGERS GALE ROGERS MARGARET ROLLA STEPHANY ROLLER FRANK ROMANO PAUL ROWE GARY RUEDIN LARRY RUSH GARY RUST ANITA SANDERS IACK SCHMIDT IOE SCHROEDER IANICE SCOTT IUDITH SEARLES IO ANN SEJCOR JUDY SHACKELFORD LARRY SCI-IENKEL PAT SHINPAUGH RICHARD SIMPSON SANDRA SIEMPSON PAULA SIMS SHIRLEY SKATES BOB SMITH RICHARD STAMM BARBARA STAMPER Their Next And Last Year Here At A.H.S., Will, We Know, Be The Best . . . Bones, bones, bones 125 A a ix , Nj A3141 X354 ' A . f gifs, MA I . A , .iq ffl' we 'UT' ...gunna 1 W mfg' , , - ,., w I xxx A X x" x' X I ff, X Y 1 X S X ? ,Eg :iff " ' WW iii :R J it JQM ff P-XXX , ,,,,, . -I Q 'V" 5? RXNSM 126 ff f f f , ' 'Y ji :' . ff iv X, X ! N ASXXQ i Q?'K? XZ ,,.. -us- ,Mss ,M N 4 A MQ .X , ' S', Xa' 5 , v W ff X 3 QW 9 Ffa W' ..::5'L X . WA' X 1-... A -uf' X X. ,, x W XX -' A ,: ' -.lxv A, X S 'X :,u-Q R X we QP X --, XX.J X S' C? I , ,,,, , "MH f"wT fx ' N H .. x , 1 Zuu ...,.. V ..,. .:- f ' hm vw s'5 X ..z ,X I E:-I v. wwwr ,ff-seg w f 9 XX S fX X., ff fx X 4 5 ' NX ,ab 1 XX '34, ML, fx Q X-.Q M Z ZQX f f ,, 4 , Qs ,-.., f ,3,X K. Q f Q' ff X X X X QN F XX XXV , X Vg X SQQX QX N X Xb X if X Xi? X X in ff l if x " X N X A-:db W X X x f X X N X , f x S X A 1 x X S Y Xsx Q 7 KX k 1 ACK . if J, N X Q X X nh we SANDRA STARKEY BILL ST. CLAIR BO'B STEINMANN POHN STILLEY ILIDY STIRITZ BOB STOCKARD HELEN STONE DEBBIE STREEPER BETTY TALLEY ROSALIE TATE RICHARD TAVERNIER GENE TAYLOR NORMAN TAYLOR ANITA TCHOUKALEFF MIKE THIELE IOHN THOMPSON ILIDITH TOWWATER NANCY TWITTY IRMA VAN HOY IEANNE VINE NANCY WAHL suE WALKER EUGENE WARD 1uL1ANNE WARD DAVID WARNER BETTY WARREN DON WATKINS TOM WATKINS RICHARD WATSEK WALT WEAVER STERLING WEBB TRLIDI WEBER DONNA WELCH IIM WESTBROOK LINDA WETZEL LARRY WHITEHEAD IUDY WHITTLEMAN WARREN WIDDOWS HOWARD WILDERMAN RUTH WILDERMAN RICHARD WILKEN IOLA WILLIAMS ROBIN WILLIAMS IAY WILLIS LORETTA WILSON NANCY WILSON YVONNE WINGERT GERALD WITTMAN HAROLD WITTMAN BIOB WOOFF CAROL WOLFFBRANDT NANCY WOOD WARREN WOOD DELDCINIIS WOODER ETHEL WOODS 7 MARY YACKEL .,., -Y iv. ..,,, ....Y.,,- ,, .,,, , --- V THE TOP - - - For Awhile Coming up through the ranks these mighty four hundred have reached the top. For two scrambling years they have struggled forward under the eyes and feet of their honored upperclassmen, never daring to fly too high or say too much. And finally, their turn has come. Peers have moved on above, and echelons are coming up below: but the high command, the dignified and all powerful place toward which all Alton Highians strive is theirss their time to lord over the pep assemblies and be the ones to give vocal vent to their feelings with a booming "Pipe down, sophomores!" They can heartily, rightfully claim the honor and glory found only in a senior class. And yet, in truth, they have not reached the top. Their berth at the peak of a twelve-year climb is only another step. In a few short weeks they will put on the cap and gown, and walk on, out the opendoor. .. . , ., fe 5' an 2 5 R A 5 i Q! . f 3 ' N 1 ' 1 Y X ,L Q Q 1 X, S X E5 ff , W 1 A , Q f S w it? 45 , W, If it Q , , M ' ii! N R 4 4 . I Y 1 ggi: ' I I 'K ,.' 'J in T I I 4 ' T'i"5M . I I fr, .S , If , .I A M y C XX Q V, X X' 'I I f fa: fx Q, A kfx - -1 W. .g L 1 - , I ' ' !v2'4"""' Q Sf? I W 'Ii 5 ,. " : kj M? aff'-.,X'N, Return of the Piasa Bird. Wiz- af' I - 51 I f I fa Three Long Years Ago A Band Cf Immigrants Come From The Land Of Junior High To A New Country Called High School. My, my, my! I 30 DAVID RALPH ACKERMAN CHARLES THOMAS ADAMS IANET MARION ALLEN RAYMOND IEWELL ANDERSON VELMA MARIE ANDERSON TERESA CAROL AUBREY GLEN EVERETT BACUS HARLAN WILLIAM BACUS MARTHA DARLENE BAILEY ROBERT GENE BAILEY LILY LAVINA BAKER EVELYN WILMA BALDRIDGE VINCENT M. BALLESTEROZ WALLACE 'H. BALLINGER CONWAY C. BARLOW, IR. MARGARET ANNE BARROW IUDITH CAROL BARTON ANITA IEAN BAYLEY IUDITI-I KAY BAYLEY NORMAN DAVIS BEALS ROBERT HIRONS BEAN GWENDOLYN MARIE BELLE M'ORA LUELLEN BENEZE MARY DOU BENTLEY NANCY IEANETTE BLUNK EMMA LOUISE BOCK IAMES W. BODENSTEIN IOHN IOSEPH BOHN WILLIAM IOSEPH BONO SANDRA LOUISE BORKO IUDY RUTH BOWMAN MARY EILENE BRADSHAW NANCY DEE BRAUN PATRICIA LOUISE BREMER BARBARA ANN BREWNER CAROL G. B-RIDGEMAEN f',:.,.m if Ji -sir vm' 4" , N""-sw 'Q W me-5 ,, Wa, Y "H-bf! 9 en , Q: fm if? r xi'- Nu V 7 W ,v Y w--.... xxx 0 X? :V Z 4 fs, 9 9 Q2 I I W V , .W , K W 44' , f ,E ,W .. WGN' J f2- TG. i Ywl' tx. k . if . ,Aw A f,f,.g1'-ww v XJ, bf ,Nwjw s I MN., I Tvgx :M Q, , f' SEM 1 fy L X, 4 f , 1 X f, , 4 Q X 'W' N--abs. I ,Xi nik -1145" ,999 X5 X! ,-, i 'W NW un W? ' 'w,.,.. , 2 . J , vlfa l x 3 f C W 4+--w..,, A wx, we . , mmm I 'F' X mf Nvbb 'W' A X gr 'U' s xxx - , RJ REX ,fJxN iff ROBERT CRAWFORD BROWN DOUGLAS LESLIE BRUCE GARY FORREST BRUNNWORTH MARILYN KAYE BRYANT IAMES IOSEPH BURGOYNE IUDITH BELLE BURGOYNE SANDRA IEAN BURRIS RALPH WILSON BUTLER SHARON DELL BU'I'LER IDELLA CALHOUN CHARLES ROBERT CAMP MARY LYNNE CAMPBELL RUDOLPH V. CANNON RONALD HERMAN CARTER BETTY IEAN CASTELLI AUGUST CATANZARO PAUL DON CHADWICK DORAN BARNES CHAPPEE SANDRA LEE CHAPPELL MARY ELIZABETH CI-IILDERS ROBERT LOGAN CHRISTESON EDWARD IOSEPH CLARK HOWARD LYNDAL COLBURN DONALD WARREN COLLEY PHYLLIS KATHLEEN COOPER HAROLD R. COVINGTON ROBERT ARDEN COX PAYE EVELYN COY BARBARA ANN CRAVENS CAROL SUE CRAWFORD KARI IUNE CRIVELLO ERLENE I. CUNNINGI-IAM SALLY RAE CURVEY CAROLYN SUE CUSHMAN CAROL IEAN DALTON IANICE KENT DALTON i Popular concession booth. Things Seemed Very Strange, But Soon They Became Acgcustomed To The Habits Of The Land Of A.H.S And Were Recognized As Residents Of The Sophomore State. Oli pBl.'8d2. 1 33 Teamwork. They Were Busy With School Work, Clubs, And Social Affairs. It Had Been .lust A Year Since They Had Come Through The Doors Of This New World. N 134 Help from the sidelines. IUDY KAYE DALTON DOROTHY LOUISE DARNELL IO ANN DARNELL GARY THOMAS DAVIS KATHLEEN DAVIS MILDRED PATSY ANN DAVIS SHIRLYE IEAN DAVIS TARRIE ALICE DAVIS CONNIE GENEVA DAVISON IANET PEARL DEHNER DONALD IOHN DENBY VALERIE LOUISE DENNIS BARBARA ANN DEPPER ROBERT HARLAN DIAZ, IR. MILDRED ANN DIETZMAN CAROL IEAN DONELSON SHIRLEY ANN DUNCAN NANCY DRUCILLA DYKEMAN ALLEN DALE EARLY CHARMAYNE M. ENGSTROM IOYCE ARDELL EVANS PATRICIA DEAN EVERETT DAVID ANDERSON FABIANIC IUDITH ANN PARNBACH GERALD EDWARD BAULIGVER MARILYN LINDA FESSLER CHARLES SYLVESTER FISCHER LOUELLA IEAN FLAMM DEDORES IUNE FLOWERS ZADA NELL FOLEY SHIRLEY LOU FORLEMAN CARL ALEXANDER FOSTER DEE ANN FOWLER GEORGE WAYNE FRANCIS SYLVESTER PRISON BARBARA KAYE FROHOCIK ,40- " . " ' 2, 1:3 uf.. ,N ,-Mila, E : 5 6 Y'-IT? NN if t 4 X H 'M .ff-nf' ' ,, ,. si X X E X X x , . xx 1. X . 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MERLIN ANSEL GRAVES BILLY GALE GREENE ELIZABETH ANN GRIGSBY KENNETH KEEN GRINKEY BETTY IEAN GRIZZLE MABEL HELEN GROSHAN IRENE NATHALIE GVILLO MARGY LOUISE GWILLIM MINARD DAVIID HACIGETT IOHN LAYMAN HALEY TOM WHITTEN HALFORD DAVID RICHARD HAM CAROL ANN 'HAMER CAROL SUE HANSEL GARY ARNOLD HARGRAVE IACK LEE HARPOLE IOHN ROBERT HARPOLE MELVIN WARD HARRIS VELMA IANE HARTMAN Hoppin' in their socks. Another Year Flew By, And All Earmarks Of Being Strangers Had Vanished. I 3' CQ- B X I Q flpfgf li? The ups and downs of school life. 137 Singing Strings Some Started Planning For The Future, But Others Were Engaged In Too Many Activities To Think About Making Any Plans. X ,wf-wwf' 138 Make-up artists CHARLES RONALD I-IATCHER RONALD GENE HAWKINS STEPHEN ANDERSON HEAD MADELEINE C. HECKMAN CHARLES R. HENDERSON INETA IO ANN HENDERSON MELVIN LEE HENDERSON ROBERT EARL HENDERSON IAMES R. HENDRICKSON PATRICIA ANN HENSON RO'SIE LEE HERD GARY PAUL HESTER GAIL S. HILDEBRAND GLORIA SYLVESTER HINE SHERIDAN KAY HOGGATT IOAN KAY HOLLAND IOHN WILLIAM HOLLAND NANCY MAXINE HOLLOWAY HAROLD EUGENE HORSLEY NANCY LEE HOWARD WAYNE CARL HOWARD LYNDA HOWSER NANCY ANN HUEBENER SANDRA STEEDE HUFF FRED LEWIS HUNT CURTIS S. HUNTER, IR. IUDY HURLEY LILIJIAN KAY HUSSONG EVELYN EVAMAE INGRAM MARLENE E. IACKSON IOAN IACOBS CAROL FRANCES IACOBSON WILLIAM MELVIN IAMES ROBERT STEWART IANSEN EVERETT IEFFERSON SHARON ELAINE IENKINS 1 ', , 4' 'A fur ,Y wr "' K F F, x 'N we 'O 1:7 N r Y' 1 NGC' xX ima? VFR? 'QIHV 1 im- f-- P rw. , Q W 1 XX , Z X X RS RSM' Z' 'Ulf R f, , mf f 1 M X 3 , fffnm lf' 'Ui' iii' f new-., ' Wvbv' 1 QNB-wg. ml: if SFF V- Q mv, Y 'N ' 'L is X CL ww! Vs. ' f 'Aj - :V Zqiisifig, , K A . , x .Fi X N w .Fi , Q ' -Q X ..., "' 'Qu W N .:,.., , .':c. ..'.. . ., ."' i X K 2 3 Q 41 5 W of 'Oil K: , MU ml 2 f-' . vc I J. 7 b A A .. , ?"-"Hr lx. ,i , cf? 'A i x S- as 'S X j , W" an A .ax , SN 'Nm Rxgfx 90 X Qs. gi K :EQ S R X .- Q A? Q W f f X X QN A N DOROTHY E. IERASHEN CAROL ANNEKA IOHNSON IEAN LOUTSE IONES LARRY IOE IONES WAYLAND RAY IONES NANCY LOU KANYO ANTHONY F. KARDIS HAROLD GLEN KASINGER WALTER ERICH KASSLER IAMES HOWARD KEELING THERESA ANN KEENE IANET MARIE KEIRN BARBARA IO KELLY MARILYN IEAN KENYON IAMES LEE KIRSCH LESTER ALLEN KLOPE KATHRYN IRENE KLUNK BARBARA A. KOCHERSPERGER MARGARET IRENE KODROS KAY KORTE HENRIETTA M. KREITZER GERHARD KUNCOR MARY LOUISE LAMBIE IANETT SUZANNE LANDISS LEO EMANUEL LANHAM RONALD IOSEPH LAPELLE BOBBY GENE LAWRENCE BARBARA IEAN LEONARD DARRELL LEE LEONARD IUDITH KAY LEONARD RANDOLPH M. LIJNDBLAD WILLIAM I. LIVINGSTON IIMMIE LEE LOGAN RICHARD ALLEN LOVEIOY GEORGE WESLEY LOVELESS ROBERT GENE LOWE E What goes on in study hall Step By Step They Traveled Toward The Grand And Glorious Title . . . "Seniors". I Up goes the star. Nl Now, this is how it's done. Y E Al' Last - - - They Became Seniors. Reading on the debate problem. 142 WNW' S DAVID EUGENE LYNCH SHERMAN ORWIIG LYON IAMES MARION McADAMS CAROLYN FERNE McCREA IANE DARLENE MCDONALD IOHN LYTLE McELROY IAMES ROBERT MCCIEEEN IAMES C. B. McKINLEY DIANE 1oYCE MAGGOS DANIEL EPHRAIM MANNS ALICE ELAINE MANSHOLT CAROL IEAN MARSH IAMES R. RAY MARSHALL AUDREY DEVERE MARTIN PAUL DAVID MARTIN MILDRED EILEEN MAYER RONALD EUGENE MEAD KAREN BARBARA MERCIIER GORDON ALLEN MILFORD ANDREW THEODORE MILLER NORMA MAE MILLER OPAL FAY MILLER ROBERT W. MILLERING IOHN ALLEN MITCHELL GILBERT MOODY CHARLES EDWARD MOORE DONA IEAN MORGAN GORDON THEODORE MORKEL ROSEMARIEE MULLIKIN CAROL SUE MUSGRAVE SAMUEL O. MUSGRAVE, IR. CHARLES DELANO NASELLO LINDA KAY NAUGLE NANCEE IANE NEEDHAM HARRY RICHARD NICKENS SALLY ANN NOBLE 45' I 3 'hw YQ? J x L, , Ah ,L X 1- -X Q f' xi x q A4-fl X A fra-KW 'QM .,a-vw' , hy, Q, fr Fl-...Q -I x., 'Af 1P""!' E N i ii 25, :WS S W 2,1 J ,1 HV? f 3 "H-wang. mums -gxzwuf: ' X X X Na- K , if x W y X .. X5"""""'w 'QS ' ,,,. if , 1 Qu ,N N by-Mr X I '-F , an , . . Q H ,,,, , I ,,,',"' H In Y bwbb . .,,,.,,,, I v tx -"- 1 35,3 Q , Q5 Q "' Q5 2 "I if N x X ' S. Q , X S fl ii Qf w J 1 , .,., 7 N A :ik -s Y as- ,,,, Hflv 3 . 'D' ' T5- X NORMA LOUISE NOLAN BARBARA EILEEN NOLES PAUL THEODORE NORMAN FRANK IOSEPH NOTTOLI BEVERLY ANN O'CONNOR VELMA THEADELL OLDEN RUTH ELIZABETH OLESON PAUL EDWARD OSBORNE BRENDA ANN OWENS THOMAS WAYNE PARKER ELOIISE PARTON ALBERTA PATTERSON RICHARD BRIAN PATTERSON WILLIE MAE PATTERSON EDWIN WILLIAM PELOT RONNIE VICTOR PENDT IEANNIE K. PENSINGER RUTH ESTHER PETERSON STANLEY GERALD PHILLIPS MYRNA KAY PHIPPS BARBARA ANN PIERCE CAROL ANN PIERSON BARNEY MICHAEL PITCHFORD DOROTHY VERNA PLEGGE TRUDI ANN PLLIMMER DONNA MARIE POINTER WALTER NATHANIEL PORTER WILLIAM HENRY POWERS T. IEFFERSON PREWITT CHRISTINE REAMS WANDA LOU REESE GARY DALE REID SANDRA IEAN RENCH GENE HAROLD RICHARDS IAMES DAVID RIDDER STEVE FRANK RIGAS Gosh! Do I have enough? Seniors Cram Days With Classes As A Few Forgotten Subiects A Turn Up Missing. Swing and sway with golf. 145 ' 1 M Q- ,,. :W-V 'v Q "" Y , X v , ra'Y . F f":,, ,'1ffJ Ka ' V , - 1 ak' ff' -MF, X vw. in 15 xx , Y Xt .N G . ap- n ,N 341' Wa., F-'H x. .. ii N 5 .fwvz i ,A X? 'ir' 14, ' Xu Q1-Q Ar!! ,3.mLH,4, ,V33:mmwW,,,, , A, , ,,,,,,,, .,,,, , ,m, Mamma WWW- H ---gggggam 51114:-vw--w-ww Patrols on duty. Late Into The Night, Lights Burn On As Seniors Struggle With Term Papers. Blow, Gabriel, blow! I 46 EDITH MAXIINE RILEY VERNDA DORIS RILEY IR'MA IEAN RIZZOTTO MARY LOUISE ROADES IOHN LEROY ROBBINS LOIS DORETTA ROBERTS CHARLES RAY ROBERTSON CHARLES RAY ROBIINSON CAROL IO ROGERS ANNA IEAN ROMANO DONNA RAE ROSENBERG PAUL ROIISSEFF WAYNE ROBERT ROWLAND ANNETTA W. RUEBLING DELORES EVELYN RUEBLING LEWIS EVERARD RUSSELL I7SSIE LAVONNE SANDERS KAREN WAY SANNER CLARA LEOTA SAULS STEPHEN HAROLD SCI-IAEPER SUZANNE RAE SCHAFFNER NANCY ROSE SCHEFFEL IOHN ROBERT SCI-IILDROTH EDGAR WILLIAM SCHMIDT RONALD EUGENE SCI-IMIDT SHEILA CLARE SCHMIDT ' RUTH ANN SCHIIELER KAY LOUISE SCI-IWAAB DONNA RUTH SCHWARTZ SYLVIA CI-IARLENE SCHWARTZ IERRY LEE SCOGGINS ROBERT F. SCOGGINS HELEN ANN SEAGO ROBERT EUGENE SEARLES SHARON CAROL SELKIRK DELORES A. SHUTTLEWORTH 'TF' Xi tn -Q--5, C.Z'1!."'., -mmm, iam X 1 5' 'H X I Q-I ga ,Eh 9' , ,, za, N' 2 4 .' wr ,, 1 H10 .Q-Q ,pn M , ' 41 W V x ji Q XM ,' ff 04 MN? Q . if w 5 fy, , f 'li Q ,mv N INN fax, x wu- 'QV 'Z- 1'-45' 'QT' Nagy ....,. .,4.., TM, N wg x , fix A5 . if, f iv W X Q -Q Ay px Wm 4ff 5 , Z9 jwfrff 'W--L f I. Q 2 apnaq., w V., r W-wx., 'wf X e : -,wwf Q .-I., ,gi N 515 ' 1 x. ', . f . f X' x 9 x S W "f::.':fv X f,,x.w , f 3 f X X K muwx ,.:. 4 Q f, WM w f"'x A il , , X 2 N5 4 fx Mfg 'i 'Gigi' ' 'LH ,. ' J' 'ax Sk '1-Q ' I 'Wg '1 ' . P 5 Q J fi uk az, Yi qu M ff X fx Yi: f 13? .Arriba . 'VAS NN X wx ' f X yu 5 , X .1 j5..,U Y 5 WNW ' wb. N: ml , ,Q Q gfv 'Q' Xsx V , ,'.L.4,4 fm, N: t L. RX x xx . W. X 1 wax. gif Xx ' W x AMW' adv" Q VW ? Z ,y 44 , x .x N WX X Q 0 - 5 is QQ x mx ' v,,f 1 Qi? I V ,, , S Iliff fx X ' A , s F 'e , SQ 0 ,V wk., X X QNH, Zi' ak S N 3 .. A X XN S i i iss? ' " ,J -A5 X9 1 N NX BEVERLY ANN SIMPSON ESSIE ADELLA SIMS ROBERT GARY SITTON DONALD DAVID SLOAN SHIRLEY IRENE SLOAN WILLIAM CLIFTON SNIDER LOIS IEAN SPAETER EDWIN WILLIAM STEFFEN SONIA MARIE STEWART ROY EDWARD STILLWELL IOYCE OVA STOCKTON RAYMOND E. STOCKTON CHARLES ROBERT STREEPER EDWARD DALE STR'OMSKE GLORIA STUART STUPPERICH WALTER RAYMOND SULLIVAN IOHN CURTIS SYKES ANNETTE ESTHER THEISON DAVID RICHARD THIES BENNIE LOU THOMPSON IUDITH THOMPSON SHERRYL ANN TIERNEY CHARLES BYRON TOWSE DONALD RAY TROWBRIDGE GERALD LEROY TUCKER MARCELLA UNTERBRINK ROBERT E. UNTERBRINK IOSEPH AUGUSTO URBANI ROBERT CARL USHER DOROTHY HAZEL VANZANDT LEWIS WALLACE VANZANDT MARILYN IOAN VOGT IANICE KAY VOLZ IEROME T. VONDERHEIDT ALICE DARLENE VOORHEES CAROL IANE VORACEK .. ---h. , ,. . ,E ,, S ,,,, Working on the space shnp Final Singing Of Alma Mater Brings Lumpy Throats 553325 CLUUNQH, I E UDILAD ' niii J Mmm i FI X f' 1-. 1 N ...fw- Wonder what they're thinking! Seniors Take Final Step That Leads Toward The Open Door Of Opportunity. Do you feel as old as you look? 150 RONNIE GENE WADE WILLIAM ROBERT WALK LOIS ANN WARNER ALICE WATERHOUSE PATRICIA ANNE WATKINS ROBERT R. WATKINS, IR. GEORGE DANIEL WEEKS OLIVER LEO WENZEL KAY KAREN WHITESIDE ALICE MARIE WHYERS DORENE ELAINE WILDERMAN SHIRLEY IEANNE WILLIAMS KENDALL LEE WILLMAN DAVID MELVIN WILSON NAOMI ROBERTA WILSON PATRICIA ANN WINANS IRENE MARIE WOODMAN PEGGY LOU WOODMAN RONALD EUGENE WOOFF WILLIAM WAYNE WOOFF IANET SUE WOOLS CHERYL EILEEN WRIGHT WANDA SUE WRIGHT DORIS BEATRICE WYATT CAROLE KATHLEEN YEMM LARRY A. YOST IENECE MARIE ZERKOWSKY MARY ELAINE ZIGRANG N if ,ww f .u s f ' 1, is 5 ku, I. . L -rv .1 . I :as 4 aw FA XM ya 'E: X K K . X X f S as A at XS S? K x X v X , Q: XQ V 3 " I ,ti-I1 I rw., ii F ,wa l-0' I .. ff 4' 4,1 1 N ,. Hn, K A G ACKERMAN, DAVID RALPH Basketball Mgr. Baseball Mgr. ADAMS. CHARLES THOMAS ALLEN, IANET MARION Cheerleader National Honor Society Pep Club Latin Club Homecoming Queen Maid Chorus ALLSMAN. IERRY ARTHUR Baseball ALLSMAN, LARRY EUGENE Baseball ANDERSON, RAYMOND IEWELL Radio Club Basketball AUBREY, TERESA CAROL Office Helper Clinic Assistant Latin Club Pep Club F.N.A. Patrol Science Club ANDERSON, VELMA MARIE F.C.A. BACUS, GLEN EVERETT Student Council Chorus Co-Editor Tatler Alton High Times Staff Drama Club Thespians Boys' Ensemble Latin Club Camera Club Pep Club BACUS, HARLAN WILLIAM German Club Patrol BALDRIDGE, EVELYN WILMA F.H.A. Chorus Girls' Ensemble D.E. Club BALLESTEROZ. VINCENT MANUEL BALLINGER, WALLACE HOWARD Band Chorus Patrol Library Assistant BAILEY, MARTHA DARLENE F.H.A. F.B.L.A. Girls' Council Pep Club Office Helper BAILEY, ROBERT GENE Drama Club Art Club Chorus Boys' Ensemble BAKER, LILY LAVINA F.H.A. Office Helper BARLOW, CONXVAY CLIFTON. IR. Spanish Club Pep Club Patrol BARROW, MARGARET ANNE Spanish Club Office Helper Gym Assistant BARTON, IUDITH CAROL F.H.A. Chorus Pep Club BAYLEY, ANITA IEAN Pep Club Office Helper F.H.A. 152 BAYIEY. IUDITH KAY Chorus Pep Club Comercial Art Club Library Assistant 0.0. Club BEALS, NORMAN DAVIS BEAN, ROBERT HIRONS Band Rifle Club Science Club BELLE, GWENDOLYN MARIE F.H.A. Pep Club Chorus Library Assistant BENEZE, MORA LUELLEN F.T.A. Band Drama Club F.H.A. Pep Club Latin Club Library Assistant BENTLEY, MARY LOU Art Club D.E. Club BLUNK. NANCY IEANETTE F.C.A., Pres. F.H.A. Patrol Pep Club BOCK. EMMA LOUISE Pep Club Office Helper F.N.A. Councilors' Assistant BODENSTEIN, IAMES WILLIAM Patrol Orchestra Band Pep Band Latin Club Science Club Tatler Staff BOHN. IOHN IOSEPH D.E. Club BONO. WILLIAM IOSEPH BORKO, SANDRA LOUISE Pep Club F.B.L.A. Chorus Girls' Council BORNES. SANDRA IOAN Chorus Art Club ROTTERRIISH, WILFRED EUGENE Patrol Latin Club BOWMAN, IUDY RUTH F.H.A. F.C.A. BRADSHAW. MARY EILENE Office Helper Councilors' Assistant Chorus Girls' Ensemble F.C.A. BRAUN. NANCY LEE G.A.A. Chorus Patrol National Honor Society Gym Assistant Tatler Staff Pep Club Girls' Council Dramatic Club Delegate State P.E. and Health Conv. Library Assistant BREMER, PATRICIA LOUISE Pep Club F.B.L.A. F.H.A. BREWNER. BARBARA ANN Chorus Pep Club 0.0. Club BRIDGEMAN, CAROL GEORGINE Cafeteria BROWN. ROBERT CRAWFORD Student Patrol Pep Club BRUCE. DOUGLAS LESLIE D.E. Club BRUNNWORTH, GARY FORREST BRYANT. MARILYN KAYE F.H.A. Spanish Club Dist. Ed. Club Pep Club Cafeteria BURGOYNE. IAMES IOSEPH I.V. Basketball D.E. Club BURGOYNE. IUDITH BELLE F.B.L.A. Chorus Student Council 0.0. Club Pep Club BURRIS. SANDRA IEAN Girls' Council Future Nurse F.N.A. French Club F.H.A. Chorus F.B.L.A. Science Club Pep Club BUTLER, RALPH WILSON Track Football Patrol BUTLER, SHARON DELL P.E. Office Pep Club Cafeteria CALHOUN. IDELLA Pep Club Science Club CAMP, CHARLES ROBERT Patrol D.E. Club Football CAMPBELL, MARY LYNNE French Club National Honor Society Latin Club Science Club Dramatic Club Thespians Library Asst. Times Tatler Chorus Pep Club Careers Night Committee CANNON, RUDOLPH VALENTINO Chorus Library Asst. Student Patrol Pep Club CARTER, RONALD HERMAN Chorus Com. Art Club Track CASTELLI, BETTY IEAN F.B.L.A. Pep Club Chorus CATANZARO. AUGUST Track Pep Club CHADWICK. PAUL DON Student Council Dramatic Club Patrol CHAMBERS. IULIA FAYE Chorus CHAPPEE. DORAN BARNES Chorus Girls' Ensemble Pep Club Spanish Club F.H.A. Library Asst. CHAPPELL. SANDRA LEE CHILDERS. MARY ELIZABETH Pep Club F.N.A. Times Staff Tatler Staff Latin Club Gym Assistant Library Assistant Patrol Careers Night CHONTOFALSKY, THERESA ANN F.C.A. CHRISTESON. ROBERT LOGAN Student Council Spanish Club Student Patrol CLARK. EDWARD IOSEPH Pep Club 0.0. Club, Pres. COLBURN, HOWARD LYNDAL Band Orchestra F.F.A. Spanish Club COLLEY, DONALD WARREN COOPER, PHYLLIS KATHLEEN Pep Club French Club F.B.L.A. F.H.A. Dramatic Club Chorus COVINGTON, HAROLD RICHARD COX. ROBERT ARDEN Spanish Club Patrol Basketball Pep Club Student Council Cross Country COY. FAYE EVELYN F.C.A. CRAVENS. BARBARA ANN Pep Club Future Homemakers Future Cosmetalogists Chorus CRAWFORD. CAROL SUE Girls' Council F.B.L.A. Times Staff Dramatics Club Maid to Dream Girl Chorus Pep Club Ir. Prom Comm. CRIVELLO. KARI IUNE Pep Club CUNNINGHAM, ERLENE IOYCE Pep Club CURRY RONALD IAMES CLIRVEY. SALLY RAE Chorus Latin Club Girls' Council Debate F.H.A. Pep Club CUSHMAN, CAROLYN SUE Patrol Science Chorus Spanish Club Pep Club Girls' Council G.A.A. Library Asst. Latin Club DALTON, CAROL IEAN Latin Club Science Club DALTON, IANICE KENT DALTON, IUDY KAYE Pep Club G.A.A. Chorus DARNELL, DOROTHY LOUISE Pep Club DARNELL, IOANN F.H.A. Chorus DAVIS. GARY THOMAS Pep Club DAVIS, KATHLEEN Band Spanish Club Comm. Art Club Rifle Club Camera Club Orchestra G.A.A. Pep Club Librarian DAVIS. MILDRED PATSY ANN F.N.A. DAVIS. SHIRLEY IEAN Library Asst. DAVIS, TARRIE ALICE Latin Club French Club Band Orchestra National Honor Society DAVISON, CONNIE GENEVA Spanish Club Pep Club Band Office Worker G.A.A. DEHNER, IANET PEARL Library Asst. Chorus Latin Club F.H.A. F.N.A. Pep Club 0.0. Club Debate Club F.B.L.A. DENBY. DONALD IOHN Student Council Patrol Times Staff Spanish Club Band Chorus National Honor Society DENNIS, VALERIE LOUISE Chorus Pep Club F.B.L.A. Dramatic Club Times Staff G.A.A. DEPPER, BARBARA ANN Camera Club Gym Office Patrol DIAZ, ROBERT HARLEN Football . Basketball Baseball Student Council Boys' Cabinet Latin Club Pep Club Orchestra Times Staff National Honor Society DIETZMAN, MILDRED ANN Spanish Club F.H.A. F.B.L.A. Gym Asst. DONELSON, CAROL IEAN F.H.A. F.B.L.A. Chorus Latin Club Debate Club Pep Club DUNCAN. SHIRLEY ANN DYKEMAN, NANCY DRUCILLA EARLY. ALLEN DALE Football Basketball Track Letterman's Club Pep Club Band Science Club Patrol Chorus ENGSTROM, CHARMAYNE MARIE Dramatic Club Office Asst. Chorus Pep Club EUBANKS, RICHARD EUGENE Patrol EVANS. ioYCE ARDELL National Honor Society 0.0. Club EVERETT, PATRICIA DEAN Student Council Girls' Council Pep Club F.H.A. F.B.L.A. G.A.A. Chorus Tatler Stuff Office Asst. Clinic Asst. Football Maid Dream Girl Maid Ir. Prom Committee FABIANIC. DAVID ANDERSON National Honor Society Latin Club Basketball Cross Country Student Council Times Staff Pep Club Letterman's Club FARNBACK. IUDITH ANN Band F.N.A. F.T.A. G.A.A. Science Club Pep Club FATCHETT. LARRY NEWTON FAULKNER. GERALD EDWARD Cross Country FESSLER, MARILYN LINDA Chorus F.B.L.A. Tatler Staff Girls' Council Office Asst. Ir. Prom Comm. Pep Club FISHER. CHARLES SYLVESTER Football FLAMM. LOUELLA IEAN FLOWERS. DELORES IUNE FOLEY. ZADA NEIL 0.0. Club F.H.A. FOREMAN. SHIRLEY LOU F.H.A. F.B.L.A. 153 FOSTER. CARL ALEXANDER FOWLER. DEE ANN Pep Club FRANCIS. GEORGE WAYNE Patrol FRISON. SYLVESTER Baseball FROHOCK. BARBARA KAYE Girls' Council Pep Club F.B.L.A. F.H.A. Art Club GABRIEL, NINA LEE F.N.A. Gym Asst. 0.0. Club Clinic Asst. GABRIEL. SUSAN IANE Iunior Prom Comm. Chorus F.B.L.A. Pep Club Cheerleader Times Latin Club Dream Girl Football Mtid F.H.A. Girls' Council .GARVEY, GERALD IOSEPH Golf Pep Club GAYLORD. IILL ELISABETH Latin Club Pep Club Brush 8 Palette Comm. Art Club Dramatics Club Tatler Staff Office Helper Chorus Iunior Prom. Comm. Gym Assistant GENT, NANCY ANN Pep Club Latin Club Comm. Art Club Brush 5 Palette Office Helper Chorus lunior Prom. Comm. Tatler Staff Patrol GERHARDT, PEARL ANN Chorus Majorette F.H.A. GILL, IOYCE LAURETTA Band Latin Club F.H.A. Chorus F.T.A. GILLESPIE. HENRIETTA IEAN Pep Club Home Ec. Club Chorus GILLIS. CHARLOTT LAVON Cheerleader Chorus 0.0. Club Girls' Ensemble GLAESER. CHARLES PAUL Basketball Football Cross Country Track Boys' Cabinet Patrol Student Council Chorus Boys' Chorus Orchestra GLASSEY. KATHRYN VERNICE Pep Club Tatler Staff Asst. Librarian Chorus Girls' Ensemble Latin Club Patrol Girls' Council GLEN. ELIZABETH LOUISE Chorus Science Club French Club F.H.A. Debate Club F.T.A. Gym Asst. G.A.A. National Honor Society GLOSS. KAY LOUISE Spanish Club Girls' Council Band Pep Club F.B.L.A. Chorus GOINGS. BETTY LOUELLA Chorus Pep Club F.B.L.A. GONZALES, FELIX PETER GONZALES, IUANITA GOWAN, LOU ANN F.H.A. F.N.A. Chorus GRAHAM, IUDITH MARIE Chorus Girls' Council Tatler Staff Pep Club F.B.L.A. GRAMATES. EFFIE Latin Club Pep Club F.N.A. Chorus Student Council Times Staff Tatler Staff F.H.A. Clinic Asst. GRANT, MAY ELIZABETH Patrol GRAVEMAN. EDWARD EMAN Tatler Photographer Times Photographer Student Council Photographer Track Manager Camera Club Pep Club GRAVES. MERLIN ANSEL Baseball Letterman's Club Boys' Cabinet Pep Club Football Cross Country GREENE. BILLY GALE Student Council Baseball GRIGSBY, ELIZABETH ANN Pep Club Chorus Brush E1 Palette Science Club GRINKEY, KENNETH KEEN Pep Club Baseball Manager GRIZZLE, BETTY IEAN Band F.N.A. Office Helper Science Fair 0.0. Club GROSIIAN. MABEL HELEN F.H.A. D.E. Club Pep Club GROSS, PAUL IOHN GVILLO, IRENE NATHALIS F.H.A. Office Helper Cafeteria Helper Councilors' Asst. GWILLIM. MARGY LOUISE 0.0. Club UAL. HACKETT. MINARD DAVID Baseball Manager Spanish Club HALEY. IOHN LAYMAN D.E. Club Baseball Basketball Softball HALFORD, TOM WHITTEN Football HAM. DAVID RICHARD HAMER, CAROL ANN Pep Club Spanish Club HANSEL, CAROL SUE Chorus 0.0. Club HARGRAVE. GARY ARNOLD Latin Club Pep Club Pep Band Band Baseball HARPOLE, IACK LEE HARPOLE. youu ROBERT National Honor Society HARRIS. MELVIN WARD Football Pep Club HARTMAN. VELMA IANE Girls' Council Pep Club F.H.A. Latin Club F.B.L.A. Chorus Iunior Prom Comm. HATCHER. CHARLES RONALD French Club HOWARD. NANCY LEE Chorus Spanish Club 0.0. Club HOWARD. WAYNE CARL Band Pep Band HOWSER, LYNDA Tatler Staff HUEBENER, NANCY ANN Chorus F.H.A. Tatler Staff Times Staff Debate Club Pep Club National Honor Society HUFF. SANDRA STEEDE Times Staff Tatler Staff Student Council Spanish Club Pep Club Patrol HUNT. FRED LEWIS F.F.A. HUNTER. CURTIS STANLEY. Latin Club Band Library Staff Times Staff National Honor Society HAUSAFUS. NANCY MAE HAWKINS. RONALD GENE Football Baseball Boys' Cabinet Letterman's Club Pep Club HAYES, DAVID WITT Football HEAD. STEPHEN ANDERSON Student Council Band German Club IR Science Club Chorus Pep Band Pep Club Boys' Chorus HECKMAN, MADELEINE CAROLE D.E. Club Pep Club HENDERSON, CHARLES RANDOLPH D.E. Club Spanish Club HENDERSON, INETA IO ANN F.H.A Chorus Pep Club G.A.A. HENDERSON. MELVIN LEE HENDERSON. ROBERT EARI5 Band Pep Band Spanish Club Science Club Camera Club Orchestra HENDRICKSON, IAMES RUDOLPH Basketball Chorus Pep Club Band Football Student Council Cross Country Science Club I-IENSON, PATRICIA ANN Chorus Office Helper Brush 8 Palette Club Comm. Art Club Student Council F.H.A. Gym Helper HERD. ROSIE LEE F.H.A. Chorus Girls' Ensemble Pep Club HESTER, GARY PAUL Times Staff Pep Club Football HILDEBRAND. GAIL SHERWOOD Library Assistant Clinic Assistant Office Assistant Patrol Girls' Council Chorus Tatler Staff Times Staff Latin Club Spanish Club Pep Club F.N.A. Iunior Prom Comm. Student Council HINE, GLORIA Clinic Helper Office Assistant Band Tatler Staff F.N.A. Science Club National Honor Society Pep Club French Club Girls' Council HOGGATT, SHERIDAN KEY F.H.A. Pep Club Chorus Band HOLLAND, IOAN KAY F.H.A. Pep Club Student Council Times Editor Dramatics Club Cheerleader - Alternate Tatler Staff Library Assistant HOLLAND. IOHN WILLIAM Pep Club Basketball Baseball Chorus Cross Country HOLLOWAY. NANCY MAXINE Chorus Library Assistant Pep Club HORSLEY, HAROLD EUGENE Football Basketball Track National Honor Society Spanish Club Cafeteria Worker Pep Club HLISSONG, LILLIAN KAY Chorus F.N.A. Science Club Latin Club Drama Club Thespians Tatler Staff Times Staff Library Assistant Office Assistant Pep Club Science Fair INGRAM. EVELYN EVAMAE F.H.A. Chorus Pep Club IACKSON. MARLENE ELIZABETH Chorus IACOBS. IOAN Pep Club 0.0. Club F.H.A. , IACOBSON. CAROL FRANCES Band Orchestra Pep Club F.H.A. F.T.A. Tatler Staff Librarian Assistant Girls' Council French Club IAMES, WILLIAM MELVIN Football Track D.E. Club Patrol IANSEN. ROBERT STEWART Football Basketball Track Student Council Boys Cabinet Pep Club Letterman's Club IENKINS, SHARON ELAINE Office Helper Chorus Art Club Pep Club Brush 6 Palette Club French Club IARASHEN. DOROTHY ELIZABETH Pep Club F.H.A. Gym Helper G.A.A. Spanish Club Office Helper IOHNSON. CAROL ANNEKA National Honor Society Latin Club Spanish Club Pep Club Band Orchestra Library Assistant F.N.A. Science Club Science Fair Times Staff Co-Editor Tatler Girls' Council IOHNSON. witrmivi FRANCIS iomzs. IEAN LOUISE G.A.A. Chorus F.H.A. Pep Club IONES. LARRY IOE Baseball Basketball Boys' Cabinet Pep Club French Club IONES. WAYLAND RAY Chorus Boys' Ensemble Tatler Staff Councilor's Assistant Dramatic Club Com. Art Club Student Council Pep Club Iunior Prom Committee National Thespians Football Art Club KANYO, NANCY LOU 0.0. Club F.B.L.A. Camera Club Councilors' Assistant KARDIS. ANTHONY FREDERICK Patrol Spanish Club Cafeteria Worker Band Pep Band Science Club National Honor Society Orchestra KASINGER. HAROLD GLEN Cafeteria Worker Basketball Manager KASSLERA WALTER ERICH Cross Country Baseball Patrol Track Councilors' Assistant Chorus Spanish Club Football Manager KEELING. IAMES HOWARD French Club KEENF. THEREAS ANN Office Helper 0.0. Club Cafeteria Helper KEIRN. IANET MARIE Chorus D.E. Club F.H.A. Gvm Assistant Office Assistant KELLV, BARBARA IO G.A.A. F.H.A. Pep Club KENVON. MARILYN IEAN F.H.A. F',B.L.A. Pep Club 0.0. Club KIRSCH. JAMES LEE KLOPE. LESTER ALLEN Tatler Photographer Times Photographer Student Council Patrol Camera Club Careers Niuht Committee Science Fair KLLINK, KATHRYN IRENE F.H.A. F.C.A. KOCHERSPERGER. BARBARA Com. Art Club Brush 8 Palette Office Helper Patrol KODROS, MARGARET IRENE Office Helper Cheerleader Spanish Club F.H.A. ANN I5 5 School Life In presenting this edition of the Tatler, it has been the purpose Of the Staff to make the book a true picture of high school life - - - its work, its play, its serious effort, and its harmless fun. Q 4 91 ..,.,. . W. ...,... ,..w.Q..t....,.---.-Q-.---Q-ox-' -ANNA . -.Low X I rl Yom -.,1 ss 613, ' 'H si N "' 1' :ff,',M - - A f x ., "F-.,.s,is. , s I , I ,WQ4xm,., A I ,,yyfp1:.fXX RS x x'+...,-,h.M-Nxvws.s,.,i g M XXX . . x MXNXKY , ,Mm .... ... 'W-1-. ""1"w1m E X X ox XXX ... in News X .,, , S-wk-. National Honor Society Football Queen Times Staff Patrol Art Club Comm. Art Maid to Dream Girl Chorus Pep Club Science Club KORTE. KAY Band Orchestra Pep Band KREITZER. HENRIETTA MARTHA F.H.A. LAMBIE, MARY LOUISE F.H.A. Latin Club F.N.A. Girls' Council Chorus Pep Club National Honor Society LANDISS. IANETT SUZANNE Band Chorus French Club Latin Club Dramatic Club Pep Club LANHAM, LEO EMANUEL Camera Club Cafeteria Helper LaPELLE. RONALD IOSEPH Football Basketball LAWRENCE. BOBBY GENE Camera Club Pep Club Cafeteria Helper LEONARD, BARBARA IEAN Chorus F.B.L.A. F.N.A. Pep Club Clinic Helper Latin Club Gym Helper LEONARD. DARRELL LEE Pep Club Football Office Helper LEONARD, IUDITH KAY Iunior Prom Committee Latin Club F.B.L.A. Girls' Council Student Council Chorus Pep Club LEWIS. FERN ALVINA GYM Helper LINDBLAD. RANDOLPH MYRON Student Council Patrol Times Staff Spanish Club German Club Tatler Staff Pep Club Chorus Rifle Club LIVINGSTON. WILLIAM IAMES LOGAN. IIMMIE LEE Basketball Football LOPEZ. ROBERT EUGENE LOVEIOY. RICHARD ALLEN LOVELESS, GEORGE WESLEY Band Pep Band Science Club Cross Country Pep Club LOWE, ROBERT GENE Student Council Iunior Prom Committee 56 Cross Country Basketball Baseball Comm. Art Club Times Staff Pep Club LYNCH. DAVID EUGENE D.E. Club Patrol LYON. SHERMAN Track Stu-:lent Council German Club Science Club Tatler Staff Times Staff Boys' Chorus Pep Club National Honor Society McADAMS, IAMES MARION Student Council Cross Country Baseball Basketball McCANN. PAUL MARRIS Baseball D.E. Club McCREA, CAROLYN FERNE Office Helper D.E. Club McDONALD, IANE DARLENE F.H.A. McELROY, DONALD LEE McELROY. IOI-IN LYTLE Football McGIFFEN. IAMES ROBERT McKlNLEY IAMES CHRISTIAN FREDERIC D.E. Club Band Chorus Patrol Latin Club MAGGOS, DIANE IOYCE F.N.A. Latin Club Pep Club Girls' Council F.H.A. Science Club Clinic Helper MANNS. DANIEL EPHRAIM F.F.A. Track MANSHOLT, ALICE ELAINE Spanish Club Library Helper Student Council Current Events Club MARSH. CAROL IEAN Times Staff Pep Club Chorus Iunior Prom Comm. MARSHALL, IAMES RONALD RAY Camera Club National Honor Society Patrol Science Club Cafeteria Worker MARTIN, AUDREY DE VERE G.A.A. F.H.A. Chorus F.N.A. Pep Club MAYER. MILDRED EILEEN Pep Club Spanish Club 0.0. Club Chorus F.H.A. MEAD, RONALD EUGENE Football MERCIER, KAREN BARBARA Camera Club Brush C1 Palette Club Commercial Art Club Band Orchestra Spanish Club Rifle Club Science Club G.A.A. Pep Club Patrol National Honor Society MEYER, MELVIN RUSSELL Baseball IVIIDDLECOFIF, SPENCER LEE Basketball Cross Country MILFORD. GORDON ALLEN D.E. Club MILLER. ANDREW THEODORE Basketball Football Spanish Club Science Club Pep Club Chorus Track Cross Country MILLER, NORMA MAE Band Orchestra F.N.A. F.H.A. Latin Club Girls' Council Science Fair Patrol Science Club Pep Club Chorus Library Assistant MILLER, OPAL FAY Band MILLER. PHILIP EARL MILLERING. ROBERT WILLIAM Band Pep Club Football Cafeteria Worker MITCHELL. IOHN ALLEN Pep Club D.E. Club MONDY, MARVIN DEWANE Spanish Club 0.0. Club MOODY, GILBERT Football Track Baseball MOORE. CHARLES EDWARD Student Patrol D.E. Club MOORE, RICHARD LEE Track MORGAN, DONA IEAN Band Orchestra Latin Club F.T.A. Patrol Office Helper Times Staff Chorus Library Assistant National Honor Society MORKEL. GORDON THEODORE Student Council Football Track Boys' Cabinet Pep Club Basketball MULLIKIN. ROSEMARIE Pep Club F.C.A. Chorus Student Council Office Helper Latin Club Clinic Helper MUSGRAVE. CAROL SUE MUSGROVE. SAMUEL ORVAL Track Patrol Football, Manager MARTIN, PAUL DAVID Camera Club NASELLO, CHARLES DELANO Basketball Manager D.E. Club Pep Club NAUGLE, LINDA KAY National Honor Society Times Staff Dramatic Club Pep Club Latin Club Student Council Girls' Council F.B.L.A. G.A.A. Librarian Helper F.T.A. Debate Club Tatler Staff lunior Prom Comm. NEEDI-IAM. NANCEE IAN F.H.A. Pep Club Chorus NICKENS. HARRY RICHARD Rifle Club Radio Club Band Olin Office Helper NOBLE. SALLY ANN Chorus Spanish Club Pep Club 0.0. Club Gym Assistant NOLAN. NORMA LOUISE Science Fair Spanish Club F.H.A. F.N.A. Chorus Pep Club Girls' Ensemble National Honor Society NOLES. BARBARA EILEEN F.H.A. F.B.L.A. Pep Club Patrol NORMAN, PAUL THEODORE German Club Councilors' Assistant Cross Country, Manager NOTTOLI. FRANK IOSEPH O'CONNOR. BEVERLY ANN Pep Club F.B.L.A. OLDEN. VELMA THEADELL F.C.A. F.H.A. Pep Club Band Chorus OLESON, RUTH ELIZABETH F.H.A. D.E. Club F.N.A. Chorus Science Fair OSBORNE, PAUL EDWARD Baseball Student Council Lettermans' Club OWENS. BRENDA ANN Times Staff Chorus F.B.L.A. Pep Club F.H.A. PARKER, THOMAS WAYNE Football PARTON, ELOISE F.H.A. F.B.L.A. Band Pep Club PATCHET. WILLIAM EDWARD PATTERSON. ALBERTA Chorus Pep Club F.H.A. PATTERSON, BRIAN Boys' Encemble Times Staff Tatler Staff Pep Club Chorus Delegate to State P.E. and Health Conventions Football Manager Track Manager Science Club Patrol PATTERSON. WILLIE MAE Pep Club Chorus Maiorette F.H.A. PELOT. EDWIN WILLIAM Baseball PENDT, RONNIE VICTOR Baseball Basketball Cross Country Pep Club PENSINGER, IEANNIE K. F.B.L.A. Dramatic Club Thespians Pep Club Chorus Latin Club Science Club Clinic Helper Patrol National Honor Society PETERSON, RUTH ESTER Cafeteria Helper PHILLIPS. STANLEY GERALD French Club Fooball PHIPPS. MYRNA KAY Latin Club Pep Club F.B.L.A. 0.0. Club F.H.A. lunior Prom Committee PIERCE, BARBARA ANN Pep Club French Club F.T.A. F.H.A. Tatler Staff Chorus Patrol Girls' Council PITCHFORD. BARNEY MICHAEL Olin Assistant PIERSON. CAROL ANN F.H.A., National Pres. Student Council Girls' Council Pep Club Drama Club Thespians Chorus National Honor Society Latin Club Band Patrol PLEGGE. DOROTHY VERNA F.N.A. Cafeteria Helper D.E. Club . PLUMMER. TRUDI ANN Pep Club office Helper F.B.L.A. Girls' Council Chorus POINTER. DONNA MARIE F.B.L.A.. Pres. Chorus Student Council F.H.A. Pep Club Office Helper Patrol Library Assistant Clinic Helper PORTER. WALTER NATHANIEL Chorus Band Basketball Football POWERS. WILLIAM HENRY Football Boys' Cabinet Baseball Basketball Pnewrrr. 'rnnnoaus 1ErrsRsoN Cross Cou try Spanish Cllub REAMS, CHRISTINE Spanish Club Pep Club G.A.A. REESE, WANDA LOU F.B.L.A. Office Helper 0.0. Club Pep Club Latin Club REID, GARY DALE Chorus Boys' Chorus French Club Comm. Art Club Latin Club Dramatic Club Science Fair RENCH. SANDRA IEAN F.H.A. F.B.L.A. Chorus 0.0. Club Office Helper RICH, GERRALD LEE RICHARDS. GENE HAROLD RIDDER, IAMES DAVID Band Student Council French Club National Honor Society RIGAS. STEVE FRANK Band Pep Band. Director Student Council Patrol RILEY, EDITH MAXINE Pep Club Office Helper RILEY. VERNDA DORIS F.H.A. Pep Club 0.0. Club F.B.L.A. RIZZONTTO, IRMA IEAN Student Council F.C.A. ROADES, MARY LOUISE Science Club Latin Club F.N.A. Gym Assistant Pep Club ROBBINS. IOHN LEROY ROBERTS. LOIS LORETTA Pep Club F.H.A. F.B.L.A. Office Helper 0.0. Club Cafeteria Helper ROBERTSON. CHARLES LEE Patrol 0.0. Club Basketball ROBINSON, CHARLES RAY Band Orchestra Student Council 157 National Honor Society Pep Band Patrol ROGERS. CAROL-IO Band Orchestra Chorus F.B.L.A. 0.0. Club Spanish Club Student Council ROMANA, ANNA IEAN Pep Club Patrol G.A.A. ROSENBERG, DONNA RAE Chorus Latin Club Band French Club Student Council Tatler Staff Dramatic Club Pep Club Girls' Council Office Helper National Honor Society ROUSSEFF, PAUL Patrol Spanish Club Baseball Cross Country ROWLAND. WAYNE ROBERT RUEBLING, ANNETTA WINFERD Pep Club F.I-I.A. G.A.A. Office Helper Chorus RUEBLING, DELORES EVELYN Pep Club F.H.A. RUSSELL, LEWIS EVERARD SANDERS. IESSIE LaVONNE F.C.A. Chorus French Club SANNER. KAREN WAY Band SAULS, CLARA LEOTA F.C.A. SCHAEFER. STEPHEN HAROLD Art Club Chorus Camera Club Boys' Chorus National Honor Society SCHAFFNER, SUZANNE RAE Pep Club German Club Latin Club Girls' Council Tatler Staff Library Helper Patrol Office Helper Science Fair SCHEFFEL, NANCY ROSE Art Club Comm. Art Club SCHILDROTH, lOl-IN ROBERT Office Helper Chorus Spanish Club D.E. Club SCHMIDT, EDGAR WILLIAM SCHMIDT. SHEILA CLARE Pep Club F.N.A. Chorus Library Assistant Latin Club SCHMITT, RONALD EUGENE Band Times Staff Orchestra Pep Band SCHUELER, RUTH ANN Student Council F.N.A. F.B.L.A. Latin Club 0.0. Club Current Events Club Cafeteria Helper SCHUETZ, MARY MARGARET Chorus SCHWAAB. KAY LOUISE Library Assistant Chorus ' F.B.L.A. French Club F.H.A. F.T.A. Pep Club Tatler Staff Girls' Council SCHWARTZ. DONNA RUTH Iunior Prom. Comm. Latin Club Spanish Club F.N.A. Times Staff Dramatic Club Library Assistant Clinic Helper Office Helper 0.0. Club Pep Club SCHWARTZ. SYLVIA CI-IARLEEN Chorus Pep Club Girls' Council F.H.A. Office Helper Girls' Ensemble SCOGGINS. IERRY LEE Football Basketball Cross Country Baseball Boys' Cabinet SCOGGINS, ROBERT FREDRICK Baseball SEAGO, HELEN ANN Pep Club F.C.A. Office Assistant Clinic Assistant Chorus SEARLES. ROBERT EUGENE Band Pep Band Track SELKIRK, SHARON CAROL Chorus Spanish Club Camera Club Pep Club D.E. Club F.H.A. SHUTTLEWROTH. DELORES ANN Chorus Spanish Club Pep Club F.B.L.A. G.A.A. SIMPSON, BEVERLEY ANN Latin Club F.N.A. Chorus Office Helper Gym Assistant Dramatics Club Girls' Council Pep Club Tatler Staff Careers Night SIMS. ESSIE ADELLA Pep Club Chorus F.H.A. Patrol SITTON. ROBERT GARY SLOAN. DONALD DAVID SLOAN. SHIRLEY IRENE Pep Club D.E. Club Spanish Club F.H.A. Gym Assistant SMITH, CHARLES NOBLE Football Basketball SNIDER, WILLIAM CLIFTON Student Council Cross Country Pep Club SPARTER, LOIS IEAN F.C.A. SPIESS, IUDITH MAE Latin Club Clinic Helper F.N.A. Pep Club Girls' Council Science Club F.B.L.A. National Honor Society STEFFEN, EDWIN WILLIAM Basketball Football Student Council Patrol STEWART. SONIA MARIE Chorus STILLWELL. ROY EDWARD Student Council Band Orchestra National Honor Society STOCKTON, IOYCE OVA F.I'I.A. Chorus Pep Club Cafeteria Helper F.B.L.A. Spanish Club Office Assistant STOCKTON, RAYMOND EDWARD Track Cross Country Latin Club STREEPER. CHARLES ROBERT STROMSKE, EDWARD DALE Basketball Football Boys' Cabinet Pep Club Track STUPPERICH, GLORIA STUART Chorus Latin Club Pep Club Girls' Council F.T.A. Deans' Assistant SULLIVAN, WALTER RAYMOND SYKES. IOHN CURTIS Football Track Pep Club TALBERT, EUGENE BARNETT Football THEISEN, ANNETTE ESTHER F.I-I.A. 0.0. Club THIES, DAVID RICHARD French Club Band Pep Club THOMPSON, BENNIE LOU Chorus THOMPSON, IUDITH French Club Student Council Pep Club Chorus F.I'I.A. TIERNEY. SHERRYL ANN Pep Club F.l'I.A. Band D.E. Club TINSLEY. RUSSELL WAYNE TOWSE, CHARLES BYRON Band Science Club Pep Club Basketball Patrol TROUT. IERRY EARL TROWBRIDGE, DONALD RAY TUCKER. GERALD LEROY UNTERBRINK, MARCELLA LOUISE Library Assistant Chorus Girls' Ensemble Pep Club F.H.A. UNTERBRINK, ROBERT EDWARD Football Basketball URBANI. IOSEPH AUGUSTO USHER. ROBERT CARL Patrol Football VANZANDT, DOROTHY HAZEL Band Chorus Latin Club VANZANDT, LEWIS WALLACE Band VOGT, MARILYN IOAN Science Club Chorus P.N.A. Camera Club Pep Club F.B.L.A. Clinic Helper VOLZ. IANICE KAY F.C.A. F.H.A. Pep Club G.A.A. VONDERHEIDT, IEROME TALFORD VOORHEES, ALICE DARLENE F.H.A. G.A.A. F.C.A Pep Club VORACEK, CAROL IANE Spanish Club Brush 8 Palette Pep Club Girls' Ensemble G.A.A. Dramatics Club Tatler Staff WADE, RONNIE GENE Football Latin Club Track Chorus Boys' Chorus D.E. Club WALK, WILLIAM ROBERT Chorus Comm. Art Club Patrol Track Football Pep Club Science Club Brush 8 Palette WALKER. IIM RAY Track WARNER. LOIS ANN Latin Club Pep Club Tatler Staff P.H.A. F.N.A. Office Helper National Honor Society WATERHOUSE, ALICE Library Assistant Student Council Times Staff Tatler Staff Iunior Prom Comm. Spanish Club Pep Club Comm. Art Club Thespians Dramatic Club Girls' Council Patrol Football Maid VJATKINS, PATRICIA ANNE Cheerleader Pep Club 0.0. Club WATKINS, ROBERT RUSSELL Bancl Pep Club WEBB, BILLY IOE Track WEEKS. GEORGE DANIEL Student Council Football Track Boys' Cabinet Pep Club Comm. Art Club Letterman's Club President of Senior Class WENZEL, OLIVER LEO WILSON. DAISY ROBERTA Cheerleader F.H.A. F.C.A. Chorus G.A.A. Pep Club WHITESIDE, KAY KAREN F.B.L.A. 0.0. CLUB WHYERS, ALICE MARIE 0.0. Club F.H.A. WILDERMAN, DORENE ELAINE G.A.A. Gym Helper WILLIAMS. IESSE DERENDY WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY IEANNE German Club WILLMAN, KENDALL LEE WILSON, DAVID MELVIN Pep Club WILSON, NAOMI ROBERTA Pep Club Times Staff G.A.A. Latin Club F.T.A. F.N.A. Library Assistant Orchestra WINANS, PATRICIA ANN Comm. Art Club Pep Club Tatler Staff Brush 8 Palette F.H.A. Chorus WCODMAN. IRENE MAIRE Patrol Pep Club F.B.L.A. Office Helper WOODMAN. PEGGY Lou D.E. Club WOOFF. RONALD EUGENE Track WOOF. WILLIAM WAYNE D.E. Club ' Chorus WOOLS. IANET SUE F.N.A. F.B.L.A. F.H.A. Science Club Pep Club Patrol WRIGHT, CHERYL EILEEN - Patrol National Honor Society Rifle Club Orchestra Student Council F.H.A. Pep Club Times Staff Tatler Staff Art Club WRIGHT, WANDA SUE Chorus Pep Club F.H.A. WYATT, DORIS BEATRICE Band Chorus Latin Club Pep Club F.H.A. F.N.A. YEMM. CAROLE KATHLEEN YOST, LARRY A. ZERKOWSKY, IENECE MARIE Band Chorus French Club G.A.A. Office Assistant ZIGRANG. MARY ELAINE Student Council Tatler Staff Times Staff Girls' Council F.H.A. F.B.L.A. Pep Club Chorus Latin Club 159 N ME ORIAM The automob11e acc1dent 1n wh1ch two students were mvolved on the week end of March 15 1957 dealt a severe shock to the student body of Alton SCIIIOI' Hlgh bchool N Robers Farley and Ierol T He1d1er members of the unlor Class dxed XV1tl'1111 a day of each other Well known 111 our school because of the1r part1c1pat1on 1n l'11 h school act1v1t1es the boys sportsman l1ke attltudes C1'1l1l1LlS13.S1'I1 and buoyant natures endeared them to the1r fellow teammates and to the student body Our sympathy ,Does out to the f3.H1ll1CS of these boys and we hope that the kmd wlshes of the1r fr1ends w1ll make lt just a httle eas1e1 for them to bear the1r brlef , 1 . . , - r 0' ' 1 I J - 7 . - '. . . . .U . . . , 5 1 - , v O, . . 1 . O, . . WW? 3 N :C-P N. Rogers Farley Ill November 22, 1940-March 15 1931 Jerol T. 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WEDDING C DUKE BAKERY - QUALITY PASTRIES - - We Specialize In AKES and PARTY CAKES Phone 2-2922 For Better Values It's . . 104 WEST THIRD ws PHONE 3-8851 ENRICHED BREAD ALTON ICE CREAM I C mpliment of IN TRIBUTE TO The Public Schools "The Foundation of Our Country's Greatness" Greeting Cards and Gifts Alton Chapter, Order of DeMolay and Alton Ass-embly No. 8 Tel. 2-4611 2510 College Ave. Order of the Rainbow for Girls ALTON, ILL. I7 Downtown Alton, 209 Piasa, Phone 3-8631 APPAREL FOR JUNIORS, MISSES, WOMEN CORDES MOTOR CO. PACKARD 2350 STATE STRE ET ALTON, ILLINOIS 209 Piasa Phone 3-8631 Headquarters for Nurses Uniforms House of Fashions ELM STREET CLEANERS PICK-UP and DELIVERY WM. P. MORRISSEY 8z Co. INSURANCE Phone 2-1922 53 East Elm Street Alton, Illinois Compliments of LACLEDE STEEL COMPANY 0 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE SCHIFF SHOE STORE ' 323 BELLE ST. ALTON, ILLINOIS yk Holly S1 OPENS AN ACCOUNT SAVE WHERE SAVING PAYS sw" 3' N-4 Cermama Savmgs and Loan Assmtzatzon 617 EAST BROADWAY Te1ephO1'1e 2 0058 ALTON ILLINOIS Congratulatlons 3475 HUMBERT ROAD ALTON ILLINOIS Speed B Kerr Gordon C Kerr Comphments of KERR'S DRUG STORE Ga11 P Kerr BOYD'S SANDWICH SHOP 2427 College Avenue 9 Q I 5' mums 2 .. gulll Q 'I fs.':'::::l'T1 Q . . 'Q .r.'.z: 5 'fl Ll C U U O 1 ' ' s ' 1 ' y l 1.. I how to STAND CUT In o crowd, cot You can go wlld on campus dress Or get your name 1n the local press But d1st1nct1on that s f1tt1n Awalts you at Lytton s Rxght style' Rlght pr1ce' No guess' LYTTON S Third and Plasa Alton Q 'lflfaf Ball 7 Q WALT BLACKS 9P0llTllWG 601105 sao us! nomwn mon mums THEEN INSURANCE AGENCY COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE PHONE 2 9238 1703 W3Sh1HgtOH Alton Il11no1s f Zlllllllllll 1. f C Q Q '33 V ' Il fm., Q- A. 1 E, L: Complimcnts of T A T E Hardware 8: Supply Co. 2518 COLLEGE AVE. TELEPHONE 2-5031 Compliments of Russell's Shoe Store 2520 College WHERE ALL THE YOUNGER SET BUY THEIR SHOES DE LUXE CAFE B U C K'S Specializing In Paint Kc Floor Covering Store Good Food and Courfeous Service Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brown, Props. 2519 College Ave. Phone 5-9886 ALTON, ILL. CHARLES M. BUCK ARMSTRONG LINOLEUM and TILE O'BRIEN PAINTS 655 East Broadway Compliments of Jones Confectionery 519 RIDGE ALTON Walter's Tom-Boy Market GROCERIES - - MEATS FRUITS and VEGETABLES 3400 Brown .Street Compliments of HENDERSON BROS. Shell Service Station Elm and Alby PHONE 5-9731 Compliments of THIES DRY GOODS CO. THE CORNER OF COLLEGE and WASHINGTON 17 Eli M. Greer, Compliments of - REALTOR Sherwood Tile Service COMPLETE REAL ESTATE 1110 Milton Road AND INSURANCE SERVICE 11 6 '1 .. Telephone 2-3603 0 M1 ton Road Phone 2 9755 625 E. Broadway Phone 2-0078 CITY FUEL 8z SUPPLY CO. Coal - Fuel Oil - Building Materials - Ready Mix Concrete Timken O11 Burners Stokers Front and Rldge Sts Phone 3 3544 ALTON ILLINOIS GOOD POP MUSIC ALL DAY LONG over WOKZ amg PRINTING COMPANY -Q COMMERCIAL PRINTERS LETTERPRESS oFFsET Lrrl-lo 536 East Broadway Telephone 2 0044 Alton Illmoxs Owned 8z Operated by Adams in Alton for Nearly a Half Century 1570 - - - - 1570 at ,,.... .. XX -wx: ' ' 74 Burtps Lclunclry L t O L Be Your Cloth Line 2517 COLLEGE ALTON, ILLINOIS ALTON REFRIGERATION CO. Authorized FRIGIDAI RE Sales and Service See us about any Household Appl and Commercial Eq ipment 550 East Broadway D' 1 3 7721 CARL PRICE INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY 2508 BROWN PHONE 2-1513 Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1957 Seventy One Years Service To The Nation SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SEARS - 309 Piasa - Alton, Ill Juniors' Big Night N. '- ,, , me XY- f , ' y M -X f -l TNN xx iw i H " 9 : . i - -Q .... T S ich' Whose idea was this? Before Come on slow-poke i -.- A fs' X ' lf ,. . lr i- The Queen in all her glory 'I4 ,?f ff 3 lx .9 l Y fe W BE services. You can get many ideas from our large selection of plans and ALTON MINERAL SPRINGS HOTEL OFFERS ITS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1957 H. J. JUNGK, Manager Whether you are planning the construction of your new home, or the remodeling or repair of your present home, come in and make use of our display of merchandise and materials. SPRINGMAN LUMBER COMPANY 1101 East Broadway Alton, Illinois 6 Wherever You Go HOTELS ARE 0 Your home away from home. O The hub of many community activities Q An impression of the city to outsiders who stop there. WE STAND READY TO SERVE YOU IN MAY WAYS HOTEL STRATFORD ALTON'S BEST Compliments of CARDS SHOE STORE 119 W. Third St. ALTON, ILLINOIS A COMPLETE MODERN DRUG STORE MILTON PHARMACY E. Stewart Willis Registered Pharmacist and Owner Compliments of BRIGHT SPOT DRIVE IN 1309 East Broadway ALTON QUALITY HOME FURNISHINGS SINCE 1883 627 633 EAST BROADWAY ALTON ILLINOIS P i 17 TRY-FIN ER CLEANERS 2501 STATE STREET PHONE 2-1911 EDELMAN'S Ben Franklin Store "Discount Given To All School Authorized CIubs" UPPER ALTON 2 College Alton, Illinois General Bronze Corp. ALWINTITE Paul Schmidt Window C0 Combination Aluminum Storm Windows 8 Doors 705 Royal Alton Ill Paul Schmidt Phone 3 7665 ROCKE POOLE PHARMACY Phone 3 3041 2526 College Avenue WEDGE Prescription Pharmacy ELFGEN BUILDING ALTON ILL Campbell Pharmacy Across From Lincoln Douglas Square BURJES ROBERTS PORTRAIT STUDIO A R BURJES MRS JAUNITA ROBERTS CAFE FOUNTAIN Film Supplies Dairy Products Munson Greeting Cards Alton s Largest Magazine Section VIETH S SWEET SHOP PHONE 2 6214 2604 state Phone 5 9796 25 8 O WE DELIVER PHONE 2-9132 ' A 9 U. S. SHOP Cleaners and Hatters 28 W. Broadway Phone 3-8921 HEAVEN TO SEVEN 2503 COLLEG E AVE. 5-1412 INFANTS AND CHILDRENS WEAR TO SIZE I4 TODD CLEANING TAILORING REPAIRING PHONE 2 1312 1718 W3Sh1Hgt0H Ave ALTON Comphments ACME BOWLING ALLEY Comphments BOB 8: DELS Smclalr SCFVICC Statlon NORTH ALTON FRED C WEBER AGENCY REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE LOANS INSURANCE 624 EAST BROADWAY ALTON Wurlitzer Planos Mlnshall Organs Olds Kmg LeBlanc Artley Band Instruments Glbson Mart1n Fender Gultars and Ampllflers Phonograph Records Sheet Muslc Instrument Repalrmg' Muslcal Instructlon GOULD MUSIC 551 E Broadway 3 3213 RAY WEBER S MID CITY MARKET 1805 CENTRAL A of I . 9 RCA Victor Sz Webcor Hi-Fi Phonographs 3 . 7 9 9 . , . , . - ! . A - I79 American Reprmt SCPVICQ Blueprints Whlfeprlnts Phofostats Engineering and Drafhng Supplies Office 5 1632 1113 Mllton Rd Alton Ill Dletz and Zlmmer Home Improvement Co Venetian Blinds Storm Wlndows 8: Doors Aluminum Flberglass Sz Canvas Awnings 515 Ridge Street Telephone 24336 ALTON ILLINOIS Shrubs Evergreens Ornamental Iron Steve Zlmmer Russell Dletz Phone 2 5569 Carlmville 259J PHONE 3 8951 Melba s Beauty Shop AIR CONDITIONED 307 Ridge St Alton Illmols The Latest In Hair Styles The Newest In Techniques Phone 2 1619 The Florentlne Falr Ese Beauty Studlo 1110 Mxlton Road Alton, I11 Specializing In Cold Waving Contour Halr Shaping J om Our Carson Jewelers Teenage Club For Your Purchase No endorsers No co-slgners Not a Lay Away Pay Only 81.00 a week from your allowance or earnings STUDENTS ELIGIBLE No extra charges of any kmd 215 W. Third ALTON, ILLINOIS NO MONEY DOWN i ' Siding - Insulation - Drapes 9 ' A I , U I , 0 5 - I CC I I ' 97 0 Somethlng From GOULDINGS 104 Years Jewelers In Alton Is Always Something Special "nw" lll'UI1lg yzmlll 206 West Third St Alton Ill Phone 2 2722 316 Belle Alton I11 Altons Most Beautiful Jewelry Store WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS ALTON HIGH CLASS RINGS DIAMONDS WATCHES WHERE PRICES ARE ALWAYS LOWER Jewelry Appliances and Cameras On Easy Terms Home of Bonded Notary Dlamonds MEYER Z JEWELRY COMPANY W 3rd St ALTON Dlstrlbutlng Company WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Phone 5 9347 554 E Broadwav Alton Illmom Novelhes Carnival and Pucmc Supplies Pet and Garden Shop PETS Kc PET SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS POTTED PLANTS GARDEN SUPPLIES 24 East Nmth St Alton Ill1no1s Phone 2 0741 FLOWERS GIFTS J Old! JOHN LOCK Phone 3 8611 2356 State St Alton I111no1s DE LUXE CAFF Sp6C13l1Z1.I1g In Good Food and Courteous Service Mr and Mrs R W Brown Props 2519 College Avo Phone 5 9886 ALTON, ILL ALLEN and NIMMONS COMPANY MORTGAGE LOANS REAL ESTATE INSURANCE 544 E BROADWAY ALTON, ILL PHONE 2 9249 66 ' 9 J ' ' I! JD Al-li 32 QI-ll Y I Og! ,I - , E' , , . Q - - , 0 Famous Diamonds - Watches - Silver J Q B I I 212 . . . ' , . . ' , . . J ' l8l We Feature NARDES OF DALLAS SPORTSWEAR Hack's Lingerie Sz Sportswear 2522 College Ave 622 E Broadway Compliments of McCarroll's Service Station 7th and Central ALTON ILLINOIS BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1957 Morrow Quinn Mortuary COMPLIMENTS Harry F Hemphill Wardeln Pharmacy PRESCRIPTIONS Compliments of Blndler Dept Store DRUGS FURNISHINGS 8z SHOES Phone 5 5313 FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 1656 Washlngton Ave Alton Ill Wiseman, Inc PLUMBING and HEATING SUPPLIES ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES COMPLIMENTS Phone 2 9294 H H Nggner 1128 E Broadway Alton Ill OF 2510 State St. Alton, Illinois . V OF . , , Sid Gent's North Side Floral Sydney Gent, Owner Gladys Chappee, Designer Phone 2-3909 2514 State St. Alton, Illinois WELLS TIRE COMPANY GOODYEAR TIRES AND TUBES ' EXIDE BATTERIES - - VULCANIZING Telephone 3 3131 833 East Broadway CAt Oak! WE SALUTE THE CITIZENS OF TOMORROW L and L FURNITURE and APPLIANCE CO Dial 3 7776 West Fourth at P1383 Alton Illinois LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANEPS RUG CLEANERS Q QOQ lgnoacfcuay Sqfforz, jffifzoif NEWSPAPERS ARE LIVING HISTORIANS Your Telegraph zs Altons current and lzvzng hzstorzan recordzng today what wzll be tomorrow s hzstory What rzcher uture source IS there or the records of LOCAL events of the day than your dazly TELEGRAPH ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Estabhshed 1n 1836 Complxments Alton Hardware 8z Palnt Co FRANK J sAsEK Pres Young s Shell Servlce Phone 2 3641 1301 Mllton Road 2504 06 College Ave Alton Ill ALTON ILLINOIS McDonald S Rockefeller Barber Shop Beauty Salon MILDRED ROCKEFELLER Owner KIRBY BROWN TRAITOR Phone 2 6534 for Appomtment MCDONALD 102 West Thad Alton Ill ! I 1 I ' f ' It V . . - . , V . , 0 - I , O ! 9 Y . . , 4 GRADUATES REMEMBER THE TUNES THAT WERE HITS ON OUR JUKE BOXES DURING 1956 57 Love Me Tender Heartbreak Hotel The Green Door A Sweet Old Fash1oned G1rl Just Walklng In the Ram Canadlan Sunset I-Ionkey Tonk Don t Be Cruel Blueberry H111 The Fool Blue Suede Shoes Smgmg the Blues My Prayer I Almost Lost My M1nd SCHAFFNER MUSIC COMPANY 528 Rldge Street Alton Illlnols Phone 5 5711 Long, Tall Sally - Little Rich Whatever Will Be, Will Be The line up After n r"s THIRD Ano PlAlA'AL'l'ON Hildebrand s Fashions In Flowers 224 East Broadway B 8z W Drug Store The Glberson Insurance Agency DIRECT CORRESPONDENTS LLOYD S LONDON LENS FRAME REPLACE MENTS COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE .zalhcfvl 8g uulfdzd OPTUHURISIS OPTICIANS 623 East Broadway Opposlte the Wedge Bank EYES GLASSES FITTED CHILDER S MARKET MEATS and GROCERIES 701 Serlng Alton Illlnols AND ,"" . , EXAMINED ' 0 9 ALTON -WOOD RIVER AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION First Nuhonul Bunk 8: TRUST COMPANY an Alton THIRD AND BELLE STREETS ALTON ILLINOIS MEMBER FEDERAL DEP sn INSURANCE CORPORATION Capital and Surplus SZ,000,00U O 1 UA ma A of Qmnf, Quallty IS the hallmark of all Ol1n Mathleson products They are made by approxlmately 44 000 employees 1n over 70 plants and 200 Off1C6S throughout the world These products mclude Sportmg Arms and Am munltlon Metals Electrlcal and Forest Products Industrlal and Agrl cultural Chemlcals Pharmaceutlcals Industrlal Exploslves Cellophane and Polyethylene Flne Papers and Powder Actuated Tools Some of the famous Ol1n M3thleSOH brand names you can trust are Western Brass non ferrous alloys and fabmcated metal parts Wmchester papers Ramset powder actuated fastenmg tools Frost Golden Pme and hardwood lumber Mathleson mdustrlal and agrlcultural chemlcals Powell 1nsect1c1des Pyro and Super Pyro ant1 freezes Squlbb Pharm aceutlcals Olln Cellophane and polyethylene packaglng f1lms mdustrlal exploslves and electrlcal products Olln Mathleson Chemlcal Corporatlon East Alton Ill Baltlmore Md New Haven Conn New York N Y O Q I' ! .. Q S . I L . .- . 3 . Q . . 5 s ' - . . 9 ' ' I firearmsg Western and Winchester ammunitiong Ecusta fine specialty 9 - ' A s ' S . . . . . 3 . . . J .- S . - . 5 . . . . : . . O O O I 9 1 . , o 3 o , o e Dee Floral Company Phone 2-3132 2524 College Avenue ALTON, ILLINOIS "Member Florists' Telegraph Association" "Say It With Flowers" 0 Bill's Hobby Center 1636 Washington Avenue - - Alton, Illinois Headquarters for ' H. 0. RAILROADS AIRPLANES HOBBY SUPPLIES andl ACCESSORIES CERTIFIED GULISTAN DEALER DEALERS IN FINE BROADLOOM RUGS AND CARPETS COMPLETE CARPET WORK ROOM McGee Roxbury Art Loom Flrth Downs TACKLESS CARPET LAYING ANCHORS FLOOR CARPET FLUSH TO WALLS VVITH ROBERTS SMOOTH EDGE NO QUARTER ROUND 1636 Ma1n Street D1a1 3 8141 ALTON ILLINOIS I I 5 3 . - ' 0 N. . J Q. 1 I I - - - - Q THE ALTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL The Alton High Student Council is the organization dl rectly elected to represent the student body of Alton Senior High School. The Student Council looks out for, considers and represents, the views, opinions, complaints, and construe tive ideas of any student in the school. The Student Council of Alton High is definitely an organization devoted to service Worthwhile suggestions made by students and backed by the Student Council usually are approved by scho-ol authorities and are put into effect. Students now have a voice in the selection of 'assembly programs. A homecoming game was held this year with a bonfire pep rally before the game and music was enjoyed with your meals in the cafeteria. Much of the Student Counci1's success and influencial prestige IS due to the progressive attitude of our principal, Mr. Gwyn Davis. Mr. DeWitt Thomas is the Student Council's faculty sponsor and the officers for thls year are DANNY WEEKS President PAT EVERETT Vice President LINDA NAUGLE Secretary BOB DIAZ Parllamentarian 2 K 'G 9 1. I A 4 'Jn Li ' 1 ,l.. , 1 1 Q :yi ,.v . 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" - " 'W '-'TL' 1 . .l , ,.,., ,iz ffilw ug. 4 P. ff . w :- 'Mus' .. uw ff W- Vw f A- X Q M? Niall li fw if lifvgiw' l."'sur'x -' . V ' ' 4.1 will 1' :Uv ' R' fl6'lAdf-.fi .- VY ....- t ..- tm... . ., u ' . 1' u ". hy V' 'P' Ili' .M A . ,L M,-g2f5,.!, -,q:,af.ef..w.QgjiQ .K-A Q J-.l 57' .,r,rt,-fl' 5-:gg-, .1Xy7,,f,1' I' AH. 1 ...Af X ...J .gm N -,- 1 .1 , .sw .1 . . 1 .. . ,..-- . ..,.. . . ea. ,,M1.....,.,x, J ' 1 ..,,, ,, f , A ,. ' ,, e.. -X1 v,. ' l' X 1.46-' f' " Z r' ' N. .. X. ','f',".f- , NNN' ',' if -. g - I - wr 1. .. . .J lr: vt -' - 1 ' yr, CHARACTER Character is that quality which distinguishes a person from his fellow man. lt is the sum total of the individual-and all he represents, evidenced by clean living and clear thinking. Like an invisible magnet, character guides one through life's tempta- tions: and once developed, grows steadily to be- come an unfaliling guide for its master. lt is com- posed of intangibles, such as honesty and integrity. It is a quality that makes men famous. Character is not an innate trait: it is a quality man must strive to perfect. He must decide the degree of perfection hewshall attain, and every ac- tion and ,decision in his lite plays a part in develop- ment of his character. . . . An industry, too, must constantly cultivate char- acter-in its name, its product, and its people. ln- dustry shows great pride in its character, and industries in this area take much interest in- the character ot their community, because an indus- try's character can be no 'better than its com- munity's. yr hw' lu! ' .', ' a f I in 1 1 l ' N Mx , . , ,5 . .ha ,il l ,fwf I .r' Owens-Illinois is indeed cognizant of the char- acter of this community, its citizens, and its youth. You who are being graduated can be iustly proud of the' richness of your communityfs character, but you cannot wear such pride without responsibility, because your forthcoming contributions of honesty, integrity and other character-building prerequisites :xl shape the character of your community tor the Ure. WENS- LLINOIS PLANTS - ALTON. ILLINOIS ..-V-.ff V- '- .yi I ' , , X. ,fu - 1 1 .,',- ' fi, . . ' ."""' V f ' u- -.--'v .1-5, -', - A . 'h L A . wi , . . , , I . . 7 1 fi I . lu. .K ",g-Nlfiyvg - ' 3., if ,fl fi A 1, ,,' 'A 1' ..." A ' '- ,. :- 1, .' . , -, . , my rwu ,lui IPI A , . i ..., al., I . -- , , gf ..... g i ! CHARACTER Character is that quality which distinguishes a person from his fellow man. It is the sum total of the individual-and all he represents, evidenced by clean living and clear thinking. Like an invisible magnet, character guides one through Iife's tempta- tions: and once developed, grows steadily to be- come an untailing guide for its master. It is com- posed of intangibles, such as honesty and integrity. It is a quality that makes men famous. Character is not an innate trait, it is a quality man must strive to perfect. He must decide the degree of perfection he shall attain, and every ac- tion nnd decision in his life plays a part in develop- ment of his character. An industry, too, must constantly cultivate char- acter-in its name, its product, and its people. ln- dustry shows great pride in its character, and industries in this area take much interest in the character of their community, because an indus- , 'flu v I ll ll. ,kr ' , I 'lt' fe' if if rl I J ,' S I Q gf 1, "2 , 1. in g I v l ' ' A , l., If 7 2 7. -' lil' If M flflu' I f, ff fa :ic 'I ilk" 1, . ' l-, 7' LH ,Hi 3 iii l!XK7f1h"'7: I- 'Ml 1 I RIVU-'Af -K try's ,character can be no better than its com- . fn 4 Y munity's. A Owens-Illinois is indeed cognizant of the char- , , ' acter of this community, its citizens, and its youth. 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Cheers - - Cheerleaders - - Sports ' mx c , I 1, Q f ' 11-5 s ff. 11,5 H Z Q NV -:qs- . X 'K X. Y: fi f ik ,232 , f 1 1 fgw '51 QW If :ni s Q 5 w 'f xfy 'N 'if s ' 'S x , fimig s, X 5 1 - J v V 5 ' X . xi , Ki ,, g 5 'X , 3 ' 'gf fri x x .. x QL, ' W 355' -Ti ' 'xxswvf - ' 3 A x X Aux V5 Wf ff ,I sv- ' is .... I wx: I ., L xx X 3 .i eff fi? ff ff , N K K Ag, ,J xX?gLy' ss 1 5 5 kt X ' fs . -x - . jf: QR Q V X , I . s .s ., M sf, 4 A we . N K , .X xx 2 Q X X 3 - SS K iw' 1 M 1 X 'f K ax ff ' ' m V 1 N' w. wp 'Y x ',X""'5 A fi V -M KF, QR . ,V SX X s w 'Q X s x - 1 , We S 79 ' is 2 ig? hifi , . 2 S 5 .l Ig A f ,V " D' ff A W 1' M6 Q1 2 5.1 X' ,W -NM? ,E s , Put your shoes on, girls. O-K boys, follow me. Meow! ' V 571 TTMA, '. A POOR PUDD in I ,., . s X n sp. , mx R A 7 ,Qu x x X V GAO I The end of a happy year. I'm bashful. Home-Coming - - - The Queen And Her Court 20 Queen and her court. ,p-mg . fi 4-5 my-cg 2 , ,Q -,Swish-Q L f J . , zgsr ' 4' X m a- E54? ff Q 22-, rl . f w ef f 1 , X A, 1 an 6 .Q gf 3 f W M w -L fx Q 4 .Q fs -l G , yr, Q 1 'nf - . + ' f Q. ' 'x , Q 7 . f 'Q y rf if . :tx 95 i Q ,, 1 ea A, ,. x , X , .- , ,Y ,S V , Y i , V , s r X ff f 1, w fi 1 -L A 4 Q. 'g I' ' sf 1 ' 1: ' ' -f N 'Yfe K ' .iw ' 'H N' '9 Y' ,U 4 l 0 1 A ' in y X 1 Q ag. WX W S -J , I 52 1 x , M , S ,- 1 if s lk . , of if 1 3:4 v V' 1 1 Q Q' - .4 f A:-xp li. . . X YV . . A, f' ,:. rn , Q ,.a.,5. f A1 ft. y 3 .,v.. W' K . 1. f if H V , " QQ. .' 'WT A QQQ2 34, J'-.. Z.. f 'i' X Q. T ' QWWYSR., V' x .QU ,f , f .. -P ,f nw gwf r U ' 3,1 'gf f J .A in . A r : 3 --1:,..,:-?. .f-1 f ' f- X Z Q.. 'bs HL V , ' ..11.. . 7x Q, : , 41' ,"" .,- '51 pf .Kb W W3 ..I lr. N g.,.,x, mi J f , . . X I g ' .RN 4, 7 'nA A , f , .fi +A N? , W ,x,5A,,f-, 1 ,J , N. , V-.f Q-7 i 'D ...- J . ' -, fc as F . 4 v Q 1 X S A mf--, 5,3 8 , " A gi? 2 q... .. we V ,Ry Q, 125: V: I A K . 3 IITVQQIXSX ESBKMSHWMXNW in x x- ' Qf W 'Wx Ng -. 'W u. 'n 1 . a , 2 f 5 f I i :Q 1 , l fs .f . 1 5 :A i x Sm 1 ' ,. ,. , 1 -, -gf . Ns. U v A 'g . s I ' , 3 Q A , nf 1,1 ' yi? ' ff ' 39 if f .- , I fx '-1. . 'W 9, 1 M71 15' af X' 2 yt X Q 5 X ,A 1 'z , , X A ' 152 si 5 as , f ff, N... ff fra' f wp' ,M ' ' ifsivzz E '5 X 'S-. 'x v.. 1 x , n if 1 Christmas at Alton High It's Christmas Again - fy Aw W' Behold that star! FK V ' 4. Q: 4 J as Heavenly music Wanta' help? F I L 1 I 1 f'V F, Santa and his helpers. I want a doll, and a Classroom Scenes At A.H.S. Who needs food? Wm N 2' ' 1 'ii'-" N Hxm, QU 'Rav if v Q . vo-J ,N . ffl' ' " 5, .x+- RSX a,, 1, VJ ' I., 0 0 '51 I ii? . P ,wJ S in fl. 1 " 4 f asf 1 , " N asm! .W-W 1 'fix x " 'N X" V 'ggi 0 . DEPFOQMANGI SUNG ON A gob here and a gob there I know my lines! Out Of The Frying Pan i is 26 Boys? Not in our apartment! Lost Horizons See here, young man. e Ui' Three's a crowd. The Oriental look Part of Robin A Hood's gang? Athletics Play An Important Part At A.H.S. X, , Search for Gold . . i 1 - . ,Q 1 . f 110- W? , V. 6 X , X 2 X4 ff-P3-I-+,,,:a,gr,,f,jS'gjQ fx . f.?FPg""Qf5-N . , 1: Mm ' - K., ,, Q A x x M . Q 4 S 9 ,M - ..,. I .I - ., . '- X ,l R will .mg .iwmgu .U ' , . .Qt u . x z A , my V-,.r,:f:i ,rw gp V - M k , s Q ' - A . S Msg t vi,-'N' 1...-ww . Q 3 SchmeIzel's Harriers are the Tarriers! 'Why xx QRS 1 . 1 w ,glffl 1 fy 5, Vg . NL igev... S 3 1 My . XM- -fxm x- st qs W M .mg ERS? Into the air, junior birdman. Reach for a star. Look Ma - - I'm flying! 29 Pm positive 1 - are you? T.B. Tests Instrument panel Whatcha' lookin' for? 30 X 'x ax Our Marching Band What's behind the Glockenspiel? Baby, its' cold outside. This is a formation? 31 Crowds Who Attend Our Games 5 :RA 1,1 - Lunch hofur lag Pep club Me wanna go back to reservation ,cgi- The lull before the storm. Loyal Redbird fans 33 All because of Alexander Graham Bell! Keel! Your mins Off! Q ,e 4, , W ww Nqx-5 Future Dentists of America And it says here . People . . . Places . . . And Things Miss Patrol of 1957 And she thinks you have the dreamiest eyes! 1 I This better taste good! W, ,,,. a I Q I X X "...the doorway I'0 f0l11Ol'l'OW Athletics ALTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL LOYALTY SONG We're loyal to you, Alton High To the Red and the Gray, Alton High: We'll back you to stand 'gainst the best in the land, For we know you have sand, Alton High, Rah! Rah! So crack out that ball, Alton High, We're backing you all, Alton High: Our team is our fame protector: On, boys, for we expect a victory from you, Alton High. Che-he! Che-ha! Che-ha-ha-ha! Che-he! Che-ha! Che-ha-ha-ha! Alton High, Alton High, Alton High. Fling out that dear old flag of Red and the Gray: Cheer on your sons and daughters, fighting the fray: Like men of old on giants placing reliance, Shouting defiance, Os-key-wow-wow! Amid the broad, green plains that nourish our land, For honest labor and for learning we stand: And unto thee we pledge our heart and hand, Dear Alma Mater - - Alton High! 3 f 1 if , 1 fel, , if - 1 5 3 J - , I f is "" xx A E l ' . g S' z ' t .Q fl 11'-fr 5 i , , I t ,,... S . .. Q V ., K 1 5 V 'Q ' :iii sf A 'f' X N - - ' '1-riff" I 3 'f '- - , 'X 'I W ' N5 17- 'ix S' . 'f f - J . ,gf Q, ' .D 'W - 'NN - ,: vs K' -fi i s ' . .,., . - - - -'fm rx X f- X nw A. Q . X ,,,,.. F ,, , K , X ,QM .wx s - ' iw.. ' 2 X . -" 1. ,, f X K9 , s- ' "Q SE. xf-7 I ' 5"-' em. ' 5 e g, '- M f Ki - , .' 5 L s . f 3 , , Q F 5 I I V e s 2 ' . 2 I , . L if , 5 V. 1 ,V TL, I i .X li A , E Q . S IT .1 A , ,S 5 . gg 5 Q ,' j , v 2 Q 1 l T , ' i g Q 2 ' , e .. L Qi ,1 f' 5 Ev, I ' N, N' ,Zig R ' , IX ,M 5. AL.. fini lr'-I 3 an . .n.,.,.-.-.---v-Y Gif Wgliilif Q ' '9' 3 3:1511 ra it 'Q142E!1l B S.-as-wif Q - ,,., E linulng uw. F124 .Siu Fl NWI IRIX U1 333 - Z'11""'Y8g, M, Wh :anksamrnsw K an mg. age Kiasma gwswmxaz W mmm ig 9 'QI 5 9"""'--.Q 1 "-0--...-M1-Jw 1 3 1 5 -M-m.-..... z Z I 4 l M -V, iii """1--...,,,, 409133 -Q-,-.,- 116- Km-:mu , ,M 1-4, Vasity Football For the past several years, Alton l'ligh's football teams have been of a mediocre quality. The 1956 season, however, as it was presented by the Redbirds, was one of the best in ten years. The Redbirds finished the seaa son with a 6-3 record. ln the opening performance the Redbirds dropped Marquette 19-0 in the second game of the new series. Following this, the Redbirds downed McKinley of St. Louis 12-7. The first road game found Quincy a belligerent host as they topped the Redbirds 13-6 in a hard fought contest. The annual Homecoming classic was celebrated in style as the Redf birds defeated Wood River 19fO. Their winnings ways, however, were stopped cold in the next game by Collinsville, one of the best teams in the conference, who rolled over the Redbirds 19-7. Then the Redbirds started a new streak of three wins as they downed Granite City 20-6, Edwardsville 7-O, and Belleville 26-13, The final game matched the Red- birds against a powerful East St. Louis team. With a chance to tie for the conference title, the Redbirds were un- able to hold back the Flyers and were downed 26-6. The 1956 season was indeed wel- comed by the victory-hungry student body. Returning next year will be a fine nucleus for the Varsity squad. ROW l: Ed Stromski, Andy Miller, Allen Early, Bob Unterbrink, Charles Fischer, Gilbert Moody, Danny Weeks, Bob Diaz, Bob Iansen, Ronnie Hawkins, Harold Horsley, Ierry Scoggins. R'OW 2: Iohni Reed, Carl Bracht, lerome Lacey, Paul Borman, Larry Rea, Bob Davis, Ed Middleton, Harold Wittman, Don Watkins, Lloyd Eakin, Spencer Tyson, Don Crabb. ROW 3: Coach Posey, Ierry Brandt, Elbert Meletti, Iim Wilson, Charles Kyle, Grady Robinson, George Brooks, Bob Richardson, Robert Smith, Mike Hunter, Gary Burmaster, Coach McClain. f Z f Sli i Crowds Roor Coaches and Managers - - Coach McClain, Ierry Brandt, Elbert Meletti, Darrell lenkins, Coach Posey. 1 Redbird In Flight" "Down For The Count" Don Crabb ,ar f-Warsaw W 1 Lx. N.-A "D0n't Be Cruel" Harold Horsley "Qu: ' FW' x After completing the season with a 6-3 record, the Redbirds were able to place six players on the All-District Team. Named to the first offensive squad were Bob Diaz - Senior Tackle, Harold Wittman - Iunior Tackle, Danny Weeks - Senior Halfback, and Don Watkins - Iunior Fullback. Two Redbirds from the fine defensive platoon placed on the defensive squad. They were Bob Iansen - Sen- ior Halfback, and Gilbert Moody - Senior Half- back. Bob Davis Bob Diaz Two other boys received honors because of their playing. Bob Diaz and Danny Weeks were named Co-Captains of the 1956 squad by their team-mates. Bob, a three-year letterf man, was an outstanding lineman and all- round player. Danny, also a three-year letterf man, has been the pillar of the back-field and is regarded as one of the best backs in the area. The 1956 season certainly was one of the best of the last decade. Allen Early Charles Fischer Bob Iansen Ierome Lacey ar fm- If Ed Middleton Andrew Miller 41 As Redbirds Gilbert Moody Bob Richardson Grady Robinson Ierry Scoggms Spencer Tyson Bob Unterbrink Don Watkins Danny Weeks Football In his second year as varsity foot- ball coach, Mr. Posey has done an out- standing job. He has transformed the 2-7 record of the 1955 season into the 6-3 record of the 1956 season, turn- ing the Redbirds into a conference threat and establishing pride and spirit in our grid-iron ranks. Mr. Posey has made the student body take notice of the football program and has given the students something to cheer about. His assistants - Coaches McClain, Luketich, and Washington - are some of the best mentors in the area. To this group goes best wishes for a suc- cessful 1957 season. IUIJIOI' Varslty Coaches Coach Washington Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton IUNIOR VARSITY TEAM .sin Schedules And Scores October 26 - - There Alton 20 Granite City November 2 - - Here Alton 7 Edwardsville November 9 - - There Alton 26 Belleville November 16 - - Here Alton 6 East St. Louis ROW lx Harry Oberkfell, Ierry Rogers, Bruce Lyon, Gary Austwick, Ron Leavell Homer Ruedin, Bob Middleton, Tom Caffey, Mike Thiele. ROW 2: Spencer Tyson Iim Fenster-man, lim Morkel, Iohn Bosnak, Dennis Osborne, Herb Clemons, Roy Holmes, Cleophus Beaman. ROW 3: Iames Washington, Day Rudy, Albert Pat tetson, David McCoy, Clyde Marquis, Don Green, Don Luketich. ccuracy, eight And ...MA Q it .J '32 -Q K SN W X M M xxx V X X , h X 3 f f: jvfxawm L QQQVJ: 4 1 'W ,. J: q..,,LL,,,3: tg . 1 Q - ' .. .,,- .. ,N .A , - 4 " ' - 9 '1 ' " 'f -' W , ff- ' ,A ., Q " was-in Q E i A .. X , A' 4 " H I i- 'Z Eg. - V- ' ff 5 -' - j . - yi1:v3,,,,.s X A " -, ' 1 ,. ' ' 1 'wp' ' ' f ., . , . C V 1 4 ,W-,,,M,.,,,-,W ,, ,W-,sg X , , . ' V..--.-,:,1fE,W , gr-Q' zfgfkmm ff' "V ' E W, -, 4 'f. was' Q --mg? ...- md ,.,.,,,,, , ,,.. N ,L .EN -, , ' - f R Ann 55!e-EJCme,JCi,, "Wg W' X nw.. A f " ' ""' ' ' 'V Hflfwa. if ' Z' .... V .rl 5 EE- Q X H 5 33 E. '53, A E N ' '- 4. -Q y , J- . , E., ,Eff ---- T- , ,lim f : ie- .f Q ' - gg e 1,47 + .W 'W ' ,W A 'N V 1 if ' -' 1. - L J g ' X. , 1 3-K .Z, S fm ' ., ,. 'W S: 3 X E ffv V : 1 ' 'E , .., , :ff ' 1 . A ' -j f ' ,V 1. Q . - Envy, ' M ,,,. 1 , , 4 X ' v- ' MW" .. 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SPENCER MIDDLECOFF IEROME LACEY ALLEN EARLY 1 f n Q , PQ...-, --,iQ ""vn. img KW 1 1 Bs1T S53 li' QSM. 1 ---.,..,..,.5 iQ!! ..x..,,,q wa-sm S5 1 E225 KW! ii Fiitusnq. ' sw Nu l """" imma..-M llvlqg kiln.. V 1 A -K 1 MAR , 'll hx.. , I.. MV H- Wx.--,., . "" '-'W -vm..- X,..,,W fhhufgqi-.-,Q-vnu.. -ww...-v.v.,,, A, -...A M-, 'Nw-...wma M Varsity Basketball 6 The 1956-57 basketball season was filled with many outstanding triumphs. In his first season as varsity coach, Mr. Hanks coached his squad to the Pontiac and Hillsboro Tournament titles. The Redbirds were also able to take third place in the Southwestern Conference with a 7-5 record. The early part of the season found the Redbirds defeating East St. Louis and Roxana, while suffering losses to Gillespie, Mt. Vernon, and Edwards- ville. With the brilliant play of the Pontiac Tournament, however, the Red- birds were able to produce the quality of play of which any team could be proud. After sweeping the Hillsboro Tournament, the Redbirds were downed by Robinson and Paris, but went on to a four game winning streak. The Red- birds finished regular season play with a 10-10 mark and a perfect record in tournament play. ROW lx lerome Lacey. ROW 2: Edward Cramer. Andrew Miller, Mike Hunter, Paul Borman, Glen McPherson, Charles Glaeser, Clyde Marcus, Dave Keasler, Dave Fabianic, Spencer Middleooff, Allen Early, UP FOR TWO 1 I ON TO ANOTHER REDBIRD VICTORY 1 1 I . 45 X. X y f XXX f ff' in 'if ,W X NIS 1 X X Q X' 4' I KN Q Good Coaching After serving one year as junior varsity coach, Mr. Hanks stepped into the varsity position. Coach Hanks brought with him a fine record of the previous season. After coaching the up and coming varsity players, he was better equipped to serve as the varsity coach. In his first season, Mr. Hanks has retained the basketball rank of the school by Winning the Pontiac Tournament and the Hillsboro Tourn- ament. Under his direction, the Red- birds were able to finish third in one of the State's toughest conferences. Mr. Hanks is a good example of the fine coaching staff of Alton High. Iackie Hughson, Pat Staten, Iudy Long, Susan Gabriel. in Champs I ! I Row 1: Charles Gleaserg Ron- nie Dunbar, Coach Schmelzelg Don Trowbridge, Frank Kel' lerg Ted Norman, Mgr. Row 2: Alfred Connors, Nor- man Lohr, Merle Graves, Ed Pierce, Virgil Alexander. Cross-Country They've done it again! Alton's harriers have established a record to be proud of. Not satisfied by winning the Southwestern Conference Title and the District Meet, they went to the State Cross-Country Meet and won fifth place. Charles Glaeser finished seventh, and Ronnie Dunbar took eighth place. Under the able leadership of Coach Schmelzel, the Redbirds turned in one of the best performances of the past three years. The prospects for next season are very good. One senior will be sorely missed. Charles Glaeser, one of the mainstays of last season, will be remembered as an outstanding and hard-working team member, Track Last season's track squad was made up of sophomores and juniors. Only a few senior lettermen returned. Lack of experienced runners greatly hampered the squad's chances. The Redbirds were strongest in the distance events with milers Charles Kidwell, Tom Monical, and Ronnie Dunbar. Lack of experience, especially in the short runs, proved to be too much to overcome. This season the squad appears to be of much better quality. There are many promising sophomores, and last year's members will be much the bet- ter for experience. The team is under the direction of Coaches Posey and McClain. Row lx Brian Patterson, Harold Wittman, George Howell, Dick Iewell, Ray Stockton, Lloyd Akin, George Moore, Tom Monical, Bob Steinman, Bob Iansen, Ken Schoeck, Charles Glaeser, Tom Hiatt, Benny Ruedin. Row 2: Don Crane, Steve Childers, Frank Romano, Ronny Dunbar, Robert Stockard, Charles Kidwell, Fran- cis Hogan, Larry Rea, O. I. Miller, less Billings, Bob Davis, Wesley Lohr, Don LeClaire, Elbert Meletti. Row 3: Coach McClain, lim Wallcer, Harold Horsley, Don Watkins, Dan Weeks, Bob Dehner, Ralph But- ler, Ed Middleton, Steve Eaton, George Rammage, Sherman Lyion, Allen Early, Bill Keller, Keith Brown, Phil Parker, Coach Posey. x Y: z My ,l'.L12.2' ,..,ff,WW4,,aw-,, ,WM,,,,.,,V,,.,, ,W "W A 1' 1.1.- mi? ,Nu A -N--......3 R- , W , af Redbirds Triumph On Colye Civic Memorial Civic Memorial Collinsville Marquette Edwardsville Mt. Olive Collinsville Granite City Granite City East St. Louis Marquette Wood River Western Military Academy Last season's baseball team fin- Alton ished the season with a 9-11 record. Alton Although playing below the .500 mark, the club showed great promise. Coach Alton Hanks, in his first season as baseball Alton coach, did an outstanding job with Alffm five seniors, and sixteen juniors, and QE: sophomores. With last season's squad Alton composed mainly of underclassmen, the Alton '57 team will no doubt come into its Alf0I1 own this year. 213:22 Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Alton Gillespie Belleville Granite City Forfeit Worden 3 Civic Memorial 7 Mt. Olive ROW 1: Carl Radcliff, Ierry Broshe, Ierry Curtis, Dave Ackerman, Dick Chester, Bob Diaz, Paul Borman, Paul Osborn, Larry Allsman, Merle Graves, Coach Hanks. ROW 2: Ierry Overby, jerry Allsman, lack Rhoades, Marion McAdams, Ierry Scoggins, Paul McCann, Tom Powers, Ronnie Hawkins, Gil Moody, Mike McGowan, Iohn Holland. ME 5 Q y H K ,, . ,.-......,...., .,...,, N-.--msgs N ,,t,,,,s .,., . Q , ""'f3Q'5',L:Jtf"f' , at ' 'T A 'WV , iii' if -Rus 1 . xox-Retail'-n,SJf.".xQ i.. .Nu ' . X ,Xi . Rowl-1 Mike Thiele, Barry Mal- soun, Ierry Van Voorhees. Riow2-- lim McBrien, Bill Thiele, Coach Schmelzel. Diamonds And Links Out on the links, Alton High golfers trudge after the elusive white sphere. Only after hours of practice are they ready to take up competition with other teams. Besides Southwestern Conference competition, the Redbirds play many St. Louis area schools. Last year, the Alton High golfers advanced as they won the District Meet: but it was no surprise to the students, for with the fine coaching of Mr. Schmelzel and plenty of practice, the Redbirds are always on top. ,,.,,l"" s'w ,. 53 x Girls' Athletic Association After an absence of five years, the Girls' Athletic Association is once again at Alton High, under the direc- tion of Miss Foster. The president of the organization must be a senior, while the vice-president, who will be president next year, must be a junior. This year's officers are: Valerie Dennis, president: Ieannie Vine, vice-president: Virginia Dude, secretary: and Ioyce Dunnagan, treasurer. Meetings are held on Mon- day, and then the members engage in one of the following sports: basket- ball, archery, bowling, tumbling, hockey, golf, and volleyball. This organization is very valuable in furthering good sportsmanship and gives the members a chance to develop athletic ability. A. Heads Up! B. Miss Foster lnducts Officers C. Tumbling D. The Pyramid E. There It Goes!!! F. Look Out Below! 54 3 g ,...-I" 73'- 'f N .3 I fl ,m.,.-vvfw 'Xe q N ' . 'W l G' .,,, V .. W pk 5 E iQ ,K 2 ssngrx W x 4. MMM, 'WV Q Q X V ..--..., w :arg , .wwf AW MSW ,. ,, mug. e are the people of Alton High . . . the individuals. Like most of the young people of this country, we like our rock-and-roll music, sports, hamburgers, shakes, movies, books, T.V., and dates. We dress alike, cut our hair the same, and wear glasses: but we think differently. Our differences in ideals, tastes, and personalities have made each of us a person. These last years have kept our minds running fast with new know- ledge about life and the world, yet what lies on the other side of the open door is unknown to us. But look closely! Among our friends we can see the doctor, minister, journalist, artist, nurse, and housewife. We are all together now, mixing our own personal- ities with others to make the stu- dent body of Alton High . . . . . . And Are Waiting To Walk Organizations When the students of Alton High walk through the font doors they walk not only into a place o learning but into the LIFE OF OUR SCHOOL. The life of school is activities apply it. We take part in the find ourselves the lead in the major, or president of an a student and his interest whether lt be a language or a sport , . . therefore, the door o interest is opened to all is RI 1 S 'R R Mvwwn. s 1 gl , ,g 3: 5 if 4 'Q E if Q kg f 3? f Iliff f, Zh R , , ,,,,, V. 2-as , s w IQ, .243 W 'fax , ' K ', , 1 l 1 1 ' ' W' ,,,..-mums' X T. 01,7 . COfEDITO'RS - - Carol Iohnson and Glen Bacus. EDITORIAL STAFF ASSISTANTS - - Randy Lindblad, Mary Lynne Campbell, and Sherman Lyon uu...,m,. , xfrs , " "' . 21, . .... ,. ."N' SPORTS EDITOR - - Brian Patterson and STAFF ASSISTANT 1 - Wayland Iones 1957 We of the Alton High Tatler Staff have tried to give you, the Sflldellw of Alton High, what you want in a yearbook. We have tried to be fair to all students, and We hope that we have made this year's Tatler one of which you will be proud. Tatler It is both an honor and a lot of hard work to be a member of the Tatler Staff. From the time that the dummy of the book is sent from the printer until the time that the last page is completed, staff members are kept busy selecting a theme, getting infor- mation about clubs, writing copy, typ- ing copy, and selling subscriptions. These students can also be seen doing anything from soliciting ads from busi- ness men to hanging upside down in a tree to get a good picture. All this work is done under the supervision of Mr. Gene Bailey, faculty sponsor. Yearbook Staff TYPISTS - - Elaine Zigrang and Carol Voracek. PHOTOGRAPHERS - - Iay Willis, Ed Graveman, Allen Klope, Steve Mottaz. BUSINESS AND SALES - 1 Nancy Braun, Pat Everett, Beverly Simpson, Marilyn Fessler, Indy Graham, Donna Rosenberg, Lois Warner, Suzi Schaffner, Cheryl Wright, Pat Winans, Kay Schwaab, Nancy Huebencr, Sandy Huff, Linda Naugle, Gloria Hine, Gail Hildebrand, Mary Beth Childers, Carol Crawford, Alice Waterhouse, Carol Voracek, Kay Hussong, Ioan Holland. . we-J 1,--fr' Alton High Mr. Lewis, Advisor. Times The Alton High Times is pub- lished bi-monthly by the students of Alton High. The publication, under the sponsorship of Mr. Don Lewis, re- ports 'all the latest school news. Editors, Ioan Holland and Carol Marsh, are responsible for the assemb- ling and the publishing of the paper. The staff, which is composed of sophomores, juniors, and seniors, is divided into six groups which gather all the news and assemble it into the finished product. These groups are: News - Carol Iohnson, Ed.: Feature - Alice Waterhouse, Ed.: Sports - Brian Patterson, Ed.: Photography - Ed Gravemang Typists - Carol Crawford, Chief: and Advertising - Stanley Hun- ter, Manager. Editors - - Alo Waterhouse, Carol Marsh, Carol Iohnson, Ioan Hol- land, Brian Patterson. News - - Sitting - Tara Gwillim, Stephany Roller, Sue Duley, Gail Hildebrand. Standing - - Carol Iohnsoin, Steve Voss, Addie llch, Donna Morgan. 60 gy . Wa RN N 'swf Q Nw 1 ""i,.,----, -,Eu-gif '51-5,2 X s...f-"' ,I w- f. Nh QNQMN 5 In Picture And Paragraph Feature - - Cheryl Wright, Sandi Huff, A10 Waterhouse, Linda Naugle, Iess Billings. Sports - - Ed Graveman, Bruce Lyon, Brian Patterson, Valerie Dennis, Sherman Lyon. Typists - - Valerie Dennis, Carol Crawford, Sue Gabriel. Circulation Staff 1 - Mary Beth Childers, Margaret Rolla, Margaret Kodros, Allen Klope, Steve Cousley, Ronnie Schmidt, Harold H-orsley, Edgar Schmidt, Stanley Hunter, Marion McAdams. , F .3 N-,H-A ,. are 'Q if I I 61 Santas visit to the sockfhop. The Council Represents The Students I I I N ROW 1: Donna Rosenberg, Elaine Zigrang, Bob Lowe, Lloyd Ackin, Danny Weeks, Pres., Pat Everett, Vice Pres., Linda Naugle, Bob Diaz, Iudy Chiolero, Ianet Hiller, Mr. Thomas. ROW 2: Allen Klope, Gail Hildebrand, Iudy Leonard, Carol Humenick, Carolyn Stillwell, Sandra Bryden, Ann Bryan, Carol Brewster, Sandy Fansler, Freddy Francis, Eddie Steffen, Ronnie Iones, Bob Cox. ROW 3: Carol Nuzum, Martha Phelps, Effie Gramates, Rose Marie Mullikin, Margaret Rolla, Indy Erb, Anita Tchfoukleff, Linda Edwards, Iudy List, lim Seago, Iolm Bosnak, Bill Snider. ROW 4: Tamara Hoagland, Norma lean Tate, Shirley Lemastus, Lonna Lynn, Ianioe Wasson, Iudy Kerwin, Nancy Wood, Ruth Purcell, Iim Brown, Pete McAdams, Rioy Stillwell, O. I. Miller. ROW 5: Grady Robinson, Shemnan Lyon, Bruce Lyon, Dennis Milford, Don Fritz, Ierry Curtis, Charles Robinson, Don Lahr, Ierome Lacy. Our Student Council is designed so that we, the students, through the combined force of many, may help plan and direct activities at Alton High School. Representatives are chosen each year from the homerooms, while officers are elected after a colorful campaign which is held in February. This year the Cc uncil sponsored Home- coming, offered redbird decals for sale, sold soda and popcorn at football games, and sponsored a sock-hop with Boys' Cabinet and the Girls' Council. Girls' Council Sitting: Kay Hussong, Carol Brewster, Sandy Fansler, Danna Ball, Shirley Stauffer. Charlene Schlueter, Dianne Bowker, ludy Allen Wien- else., Sondra Veilands, Ieanette Walker, Nancy Russell, Linda Fors. Row I: Nancy Braun, lane Lusk, Sall Curvey, Iudy Graham. Io Secor, Carol lllimenick. Anita Tchoukaleff, Iudy Blake, President, Margie Baron, Trudl Plummer, Barbara Phelps, Indy Leonard, Carol Sue Crawford, Sheila Schmidt, Pat Staten, Nancy Iackson. Row 2: Doji Rosenberg, Pat Everett, Bev Simpson, Sandy Burris, Kay Schwaab, leannie Pensinger, Carol Voracek, Carolyn Cushman, Carole Clayton, Ioyce Hayes, Toni Gould, Dee Shockley, Velma Hartman. Kay Gloss, Elaine Zigrang. Ianet Allen. Row 3: Carol Iohnson, Carolyn Wheel- er. Alvina Riley, Doran Chappee, Kenney Chappee, Diane Maggos, Norma Mae Miller, Connie Markley, Iudy Humphrey, Nancy Wil- son, Nancy Dunbar, Phyllis Darr, Valerie Dennis, Sue Gabriel. Ioan Holland, Ann Bryan. Row 4: Suzanne Schaffner, Iudy Doerr, Carol Afflack, Sylvia Schwartz. Barbara Fro- hock, Iudy Gaghen, Missy Ferguson, Iackie Hughson, Carol Keith, Sara Freeman, Betty Foss. Susie Duley. Linda Herreid. Sue Bran- nan, Carol Pierson, Gloria Stupperich. Iudy Callender. Boys' Cabinet Row l: Bruce Montgomery, Ed Middleton, Harold Wittman. Eddie Stromske. Don Wat- kins, Bob Iansen. Dan Weeks, Merle Graves. Row 2: Gilbert Moody, Bob Steinmann, Ierry Scoggins, Bob Diaz, Mike Thiele, Larry Iones. Bob Henderson, Mike McOwan. Row 3: Bill Hoagland. Bob Middleton, Paul Borman, Andy Miller, Tom Powers, Bob Scoggins. Grady Robinson, Alan Bresson. Row 4: lim Bean, Sterling Webb, Don Lowery, Tim Graul. George Mendelsohn, Steve Mottaz, David Handler, Ierome Lacey, Don Crabb. Our Service Clubs Girls' Council, for the first time this year was open to all those inter- ested in joining. It is a service organ- ization, sponsored by Miss Teter. The council meets the second and fourth Mondays of every month. Some of the projects this year were selling beanies and stationery and entertain- ing new girls from out of town, The members of the Boys' Cabinet sell soda, candy, and popcorn at the basketball games, take tickets at school events, and assist at football games. To get this done, Mr. Iureziz, the sponsor, is often seen recruiting "Vol- unteers". 63 So this is acting? The Play's The Thing" With The Dramatic Club Row lx Ioan Holland, Ieanne Vine, Nancy Braun, Kay Hussong, Doji Riosemberg, Ianett Landiss, Ieammie Pensingesr, Carol Sue Crawford, Valerie Dennis, Iudy Kerwin, Barbara Malcolm. Row 2: Bob Bailey, Iudy Allen Wieneke, Naomi Wilson, Phyllis Schlobohn, Carol Voracek, Linda Naugle, Carol Pierson, Alto Waterhouse, Stephany Roller, Sharon Lewis, Iudy Shackelford, Indy Franklin. R-oiw 3: Ted Rock, Penny Ruhe, Beverly Simpson, Gloria Hine, Mary Lynne Campbell, Don Fritz, Sue Seely, Sterling Webb, Glen Bacus, Wayland Iones, Gaynell Green. The Dramatic Club was founded in 1923 for the purpose of learning how to act and the backstage work of lighting, gathering props, prompting, putting on make-up, and building the set. One three act play is presented each semester, and everyone in the club participates in some Way or an- other. , Tryouts are held once a yearg and the candidates are chosen by Mr. Clif- ford Davenport, the club sponsor, and the club members. Experienced Thespians Birds of a feather flock together. Row 1: Sharon Lewis, Kay Hussong, Glen Bacus, Gloria Hine, Linda Naugle. Row 2: Sterling Webb, Gaynell Green, Iudy Shackelford, Spencer Gibbins, lean Pensinger, Wayland Iones, Alice Waterhouse, Carol Pierson, Don Chadwick. In 1932, Thespian Troup 126 of the National Thespian Society was started at Alton High. This year the organization is celebrating its 25th an- niversary: and a summer banquet, with all former members in attendance, is being planned. An induction ceremony is held twice a year, when new mem- bers are taken into the Society. A banquet is also held at that time, and the Best Thespian is announced. Miss Rutledge is faculty advisor of the troupe. 65 Conjugating Irregular Verbs? 2 Le Cercle Francais - - - L'Amour Touiours, l.'Amour Row lx Dolores Wright, Penny Ruhe, Doii Rosenberg, Ted Rock, Ianett Landiss, Tara Gwillim, Stephany Roller, Faye Bemis, Rita Fuller, Sandy Buck, Mary Crabb, Louise Pope. Row 2: Mildred Davis, Tarrie Davis, Io Secor, Indy Eggley, Iudy Humphrey, Kay Schwaab, Nina Eastman, Lucy Zimmerman, Iudy Long, Pat Staten, Barbara Phelps, Sharon Lewis, Patricia Iohnson. Row 3: Dellcinus Woodard, Helen Poindexter, Missy Ferguson, Trude Weber, Alice Mansholt, Mary Lynne Campbell, Gloria I-line, Ioyce Hayes, Iudy Blake, Kenney Chappee, Indy Callender, Dee Shockley, Nancy Iackson, Edith Young. Row 4a Iudy Richard, Elly Drake, Betty Foss, Sandy Diddlebock, Elizabeth Glen, Harriette Renkezn, lim Keeling, Iack Schmidt, Ben Allen, Dave Byrnes, Alan Bresson. French Club is composed of stu- pation in the annual Foreign Language dents who are interested in learning Banquet. The business meetings are more about the French people and conducted in French. Miss Blackard their customs. Their activities include sponsors this group. games in French, picnics, and partici- I Q . 3 1 Wg.: , V v A 4' tfrsftliii Mjyfggf .Q - TQ: 5:-f'i2:f+ .1-fi." Q 2 !".v1Wf' - .,',,+"' ' 1 v,.,.,a,' f.s,,.,,.i, 4,1 3 aiefix Y '.i.g!fhT.A.m3,' A ? 'i QE' X':'l'f"l 'U Q., 3, ,- 5 .-px'-nfyz gin fun' l Q 'Q'-f'1x'I'1 '-v"1r',yLisJl,,,Y .Sigh R-5-,nfs ,fini xuriiljghy P. . I le ' blqzyifvf-wifi 'S mmng on purp - 'Q .1 'na 'iff and the gold. Societas Latina - - - Veni, Vidi, Vici! Row 1: Sally Curvey, Gloria Stupperich, Carole Meyer, Connie Hickman, Dianne Bowker, Stephany Roller- President, Carol Brewster, Ann Bryan, Sandra Alsobrook, Kay 'Hi1l, Iudy Allen Wienieke. Row 2: Lois Weber, Mary Roades, Dianne Maggos, Norma Mae Miller, Wayne Anne Carroll, Tara Gwillim, Ioy Harder, Sandra Veilands, Charlene Schlueter, Kallie Kay Todd, Della Hardwick, Nancy Gillard. Row 3: Mary Beth Childers, Louise Pope, Carol Keith, Susan Seely, Spencer Gibbins, Mary Lynne Campbell, Virginia Frye, Tamara Hoagland, Iudy Franklin, Beverly Miller, Iudye Towwater. Row 4: Terry Iansen, Bob Cleveland, Dick O'Neal, George Mendelsohn, Iim Gormley, Scott Hendrickson, Dennis Milford, Ioyce Hayes, Nancy Wilson, Rose Marie Sacchi, Iwdy Shackelfford. The Latin Club is open to every trips to further their knowledge of the student who is taking Latin. Sponsored Roman- language and civilization. Of by Miss Goldsberryg the Latin Club is ficers are elected twice a year, and one of the most active clubs around meetings are held twice a month. school. Each year the club takes many Latin Americans - - In Costume Only Spanish Club Brings Siesta Land North Row 1: Ieanne Vine, Karen Mercier, Peggy Gallagher, Kathleen Davis, Toni Gould, Shirley Ann Millering, Sharon LewisfPresident, Gail Hildebrand, Madeline Marti, Charlene Bonner, Nancy Iackson, Ianet Hiller. Row 2: Doran Chappee, Carol Voracek, Linda Edwards, Fran Lingenfelter, Iudy Kerwin, Linda Wetzel, Barbara Malcolm, Kay Gloss, Carol Sue Crawford, Indy Willis, Iane Steck, Audrey Mason. Row 3: Margaret Barlow, Ann Bock- struck, Lynn Schaefer, Carol Iohnson, Carolyn Cushman, Rosalie Kroeger, Ruth Donelson, Iudy Green, Iudy Richard, Elly Drake, Mary Yackel. Row 4: Dorn Crabb, Lynn Gray, Tom Shelton, Andy Miller, Sterling Webb, Don Lowery, Steve Voss, Gary Murray, Tom Corwin, Don Gubser. El Circulo cle Espanol is a club South of the Border. New members composed of students interested in are initiated twice a year at a potluck. learning more about the customs and The sponsor of the organization is living habits of our neighbors from Mr. Howard. 68 OFFICERS FOR THE 1956-57 SCHOOL YEAR FIRST SEMESTER - - Mary Lynne Campbell, corresponding ll secretaryg Margy Kodros, re- cording secretaryg Bob Diaz, vice-president, Carol Iohnson, president. SECOND SEMESTER - - Linda Naugle, president: Alice Waterhouse, corresponding sec- retary, Nancy Braun, record- ing secretary, Don Denby, vice- president. Piasa Chapter Of The National Honor Society Row 1: Donna Morgan, Norma Nolan, Mary Lou Lazmbie, Karen Mercier, Margy Kodros, Alice Waterhouse, Linda Naugle, Nancy Braun. Row 2: Donna Rosenberg, Sharon Lewis, Ieannie Pensinger, Iudy Kerwin, Indy Franklin, Margaret Rolla, Rebecca Parkins, Roy Stillwell, Anthony Kardis. Row 3: Cheryl Wright, Tarrie Davis Elizabeth Glen, Lois Erdman, Stephany Roller, George Mendelsohn, Nancy Hueberner, Carol Iohnson, Ianet Allen, Suzanne Schaffner, Stanley Hunter, Bob Diaz, Bob Allen. Row 4: Iudy Speiss, Lois Warner, Mary Lynne Campbell, Gloria Hine, Stephen Schaffer, Bob Harpole, Carol Pierson, lim Ridder, Sherman Lyon, Don Denby, Harold Horsley. Not present: Iames Marshall, Charles Robinson. The National Honor Society is made up of students who have four things in common - - character, scholar- ship, leadership, and service. They meet once a month, under the sponsor- ship of Miss Hall and Miss Gates, to discuss things that they can do to help the school. This year a National Honor Society Week was established for the purpose of letting other stu- dents know more about the organiza- tion. Members of the Society went to all the junior high schools and spoke to the students, encouraging them to work hard in order that they might become members when they reach high school. It is hoped that this week will be set aside in years to follow. A i .XE fivkiz? M' 5,54 Positive electrons? Hmm, how interesting! Science Club Row 1: Shirley Ann Millering, Nellie Clowers, Alice Mansholt, Anthony Kardis, Bob Hen- derson, Iudye Towwater, Karen Mercier, Ieannie Vine. Row 2: Mary Yackel, Sterling Webb, lim Gormley, George Mendelsohn, David Handler, Gary Nlurray, Ianet Wools. Row 3: lim Bodenstein, David Brickley, Richard Fields, Iim Fisher, lack Schmidtt, Steven Mottaz, Leo M. Wools. The Science Club is composed of Many students take projects to the students interested in working on prof science fair in St. Louis in the Spring jects and experiments outside the class- and in past years have come out very room. The club meets every Friday well. after school, and members are free to Mr. Wools is the sponsor. use the equipment in the chemistry room. 70 as -at -s A M Barbara Leonard Mildred Dietzman Donna Pointer Barbara Frohock Phyllis Darr Future Business Leaders Of America Row 1: Iudy Doerr, Wayne Ann Carroll, Brenda Hartley, Glenna Fulks, Sherain Baker, Donna Pointer-President, Ieannie K. Pensinger, Ianett Landiss, Carol Donelson, Emily Dierstein. Row 2: Edna Reyne, Phyllis Darr, Ioyce Lagemann, Martha Rulon, Linda Ambrose, Sandy Burris, Mildred Dietzman, Carole Miller, Betty Goings, Anita Tchoukaleff, Carol Humenick. Row 3: Ianice Korilko, Sandra Storlaey, Rochelle Kress, Marilyn Vogt, Kay Schwaab, Barb Leonard, Barb Frohock, lrenie Woodman, Lynn Gray, Carol Dalton, Iudy Graham, Pat Martin. The Future Business Leaders of Alton area. Aside from their field America is composed of business- trips, they have films and lectures by minded students interested in the func- businessmen. The club is sponsored by tions of the modern business world. the National Education Association, Members of the F.B.L.A. receive first- Miss Tibbetts beting their local ad- hand information by visiting many visor. major industries and businesses in the HOLISEWIVES OF TOMORROW Managers Of The Homes Row 1: Barbara Wardein, Sandy Burris, Norma Mae Miller, Karen Forbes, Bertha Markle, Mary Lou Hauversburk, Sandy Bryden, Noreen Dixon, Nancy Russell, Cindy Kodros, Maureen Gill. Row 2: Diane Dooley, Iudy Atteberry, Ioan Holland, Shirley Millering, Becky Parkins, Carol Pierson, Kay Schwaab, Darlene Northcutt, Shirley Stauffer, Linda Fors, Nancy Hensley. Row 3: Iannie Iones, Mary Kodros, Marsha Bruce, Connie Markiley, Terrill Chapman, Lou Ann Gowan, Iean Ionwes, Doris Wyatt, Dolores Wright. Row 4: Nancy Brown, Sandra Teasley, Dorothy Ull, Barbara Bohannon, Margie Baron, Shelby Roberts, Nancy Wahl, Harriette Renken, Phyllis Darr, Mary Mackelden, Carol Davis. .... F.H.A. is a branch of a national organization which furthers girls' in- terest in home economics. This year our group is honored to have the National President of the Future Home- makers of America, Miss Carol Ann Pierson, as' one of its members. Pro- jects of the F.H.A. are giving roses to the teachers and helping in the an- nual drives of the Salvation Army and the Polio Fund. Wi ? 11 Q ,M ' ., -Mwst sr . s . 'svn X X .,. 3.1 N, Tom Fessler and Richard Kay x X X Q N h iii K point out F.F.A., activities. And Farms Of The Future ,rn 1? 0 Row lx David Schaefer, Albert Oleson, Robert Harris, Richard Kay, Alvin Iohnson, Victor Lohr, Robert Ivmster, Wesley Sanders. Row 2: Fred Hunt, Ioe Schroeder, Arthur Reams, Martin Collins, Bill Broyles, Floyd Raglin, Richard Adams, Dewayne Iohnson. Row 3: Iohn Thompson, Iohn Wrischnik, Robert Yates, Roger Colburn, Harold Byrd, Carl Frankford, Robert Oulson, Paul Titchenal, Robert Cambron. Would you like to learn how to milk cows, breed pigs, or raise chick- ens - - then, join the Future Farmers of America. ' This is an organization of boys who are interested in learning more about their chosen vocation of farm- ing - - the modern way. They have various projects in which they further their learning. Mr. Paul Glaeser is their sponsor. Alton High Pep Club At 3:10 on days of sport events, the bell rings and more than 150 students rush from their last-hour classes to the pep assembly. These Pep Club'members also have regular meetings before and after school and accomplish much to build up school spirit, such as making the posters and banners to hang in the halls before games. On Floor: Ioan Holland. Iacltie Hugh- son, Io Ann Secor, Margy Kodros. Susan Gabriel, Margie Baron, Cindy Kodros. Row 1: Nancy Hullsway. lneta Henderson, Ianice Allen. Iudy Allen Wieneke, Ioyce Heaton, Doji Rosenberg, Toni Gould. leannie Pen- singer, Ianett Landiss, Linda Naugle. President, Carol Sue Crawford, Sheila Schmidt, Linda Edwards, Sandy Bry- den. Fran Lingenfelter. Ianet Hiller. Row 2: Bob Cleveland, lean Romano. Carol Voracek, Carol Iacobson, Karen Mercier, Beverly Simpson. Carolyn Stilwell, Alo Waterhouse. Gail Hilde- brand. Kay Gloss, Elaine Zigrang. Ken- ney Chappee, Pokie Walters. Row 3: Peggy Gallagher, Florence Dodd, Pat Brown, Pat Everett, Norma Nolan. Carolyn Cushman. Kathy Davis, Carol Keith, Iudy Blake, Mary Beth Childers. Marilyn Fessler, Velma Hartman, Martha Phelps, Barbara Frohock, Lucy Zimmerman. Row 4: Rosie Herd, San- dy Burris, Barb Leonard, Kay Schwaab. Sue Duley, Iim Bean, Iay Willis, Ben Allen, Bill Hoagland, Mike McOwan. Gary Ruedin, Chuck Brown. Carole Clayton, Dan Michael, Ioyce Hayes. Row 1: Willie Mae Patterson, Mary Louise Hall, Mary Crabb, Brenda Hart- ley, Glenna Fulks, Linda Herreid, Sue Brannan, Anita Tchoukoleff, Carol Humenick, Alberta Patterson, Iudy Richard, Eleanor Drake. Row 2: Faye Bemis, Phyllis Schlobohm, Beverly Mil- ler. Della Hardwick, Kay Hill, Ioy Harder, lane McFarlane, Naomi Wil- son, Sandy Buck, Lonna Lee Lynn, Norma Mae Miller, Valerie Dennis. Mary Lou Lambie, Iudy Graham. Row 3: Donna Crandall, Dennis Milford. Ann Bockstruck, Marilyn Vogt, Sandra Diddleback, Iudy Doerr, Nancy Dun- bar. Linda Wetzel, Nina Eastman. Vir- ginia Dude, Dorothy ull, Diane Mag- gos, Dianna Campbell, Pat Martin. Row 4: Scott Hendrickson, Carolyn Wheeler. Rita Simpson, Margaret Rol- la, Rosalie Kroeger, ludy Massey. Betty Foss, Georgeanne Sokolowski. Dave Fabianic, Wayne Anne Carroll. Sara Freeman. Sharon Lewis, Iudy Shackelford, Barbara Malcolm. Ste- phany Roller, Iudy Goghen, Missy Ferguson. Row l: Kay Hussong. Sue Schaffner. Nancy Braun, Madeleine Marti, Carole Meyer, Sandra Alsobrook, Ianet Adams. Carol Brewster, Linda Fors, Nancy Russell, Dianne Bowlter. Row 2: Peg- gy Michael, Penny Ruhe, lane Harris, Carol Iohnson, Susan Seely. Iudy Franklin, Iudy Kerwin, Charlene Schlueter. Sondra Veilands. Lois Warn- er, Pat Winans. Row 3: Iudy Atte- berry, Ianice Korilko, Phyllis Darr. Emily Dierstein. Harriette Renken, Carol Wolffbrandt, Tamara Hoagland. Ann Bryan. Row 4: Iudye Towwater. Diane Dooley, Nancy Wahl. Bob Mil- lering, Gary Hargrave, Alan Bresson, Steve Voss, Robert Watkins. Office Occupations Club Row 1: Theresa Keene, Ioyce Ev- ans, Sue Hansel, Mildred Mayer, Ianet Dehner, Pat Watkins, Zada Foley, Iudy Burgoyne. Row 2: Ioan Iacobs, Mora Beneze Nancy Kanyo, Margy Gwillim, Nina Lee Gabriel, Donna Schwartz, Sally Noble, Iudy Bayley, Marvin Mon- dy, Charles Robertson. Row 3: Miss Focht. Kay Whiteside, Lois Roberts. Opal Miller, Alice Why- ers, Carol Io Rogers, Vernda Riley, Sandra Rench, Eloise Parton, Wanda Reese, Barbara Brewner, Ruth Ann Schueler, Betty Grizzle, Ed Clark. Distributive Education Club Row l: Wilma Baldridge, Sherryl Tierney, Charles Moore, Bob Camp. Iohn Haley, Charles Nasello. Peg- gy Woodman, Dorothy Plegge. Row 2: Mr. Ross, Carolyn Mc- Crea, Ronnie Wade, Iohn Schild- roth, Marilyn Bryant, Charles Hen- derson, Ianet Keirn, Mable Gro- shan, Mary Lou Bentley, Shirley Sloan, Bill Wooff, Bill Powers. Row 3: Iames McKinley, Paul Mc- Can. Norman Beals, Allen Milford, Iohn Bohn, Ierry Tucker, Iim Bur- goyne, Doug Bruce. Dave Lynch, Iohn Mitchel. ' or-'mfr Training For The Business World O. O. Office Occupations consists of stu- dents wishing to receive on-the-job training in office work. A The partici- pants receive double credit for the sub- ject and attend classes in the morning only. In the afternoon they Work in various offices in Alton. The club is under the supervision of Miss Focht. D. E. Distributive Education is also com- posed of a group of students who at- tend classes in the morning and work at various businesses in the Alton area in the afternoon, receiving school credit for their training. Mr. Ross is the sponsor of this organization. alton senior high school today Our school was started by men of vision, courage, and faith. Today it is one of the best-looking and most honored schools in the State of Illinois. Alton High consists of three buildings: these three buildings are set on a beautiful five-acre cam- pus Which surrounds a large blacktop parking area. The Main Building is to the east of the parking area, the Annex to west, and the Olin Building to the north. To the rear of the Clin Building is a football field which is now used as a practice field by athletes and by gym classes. South of the Annex and the Main Building are two large semi-circles of grass extending to College Avenue. The lawns in front of all the buildings form very attrac- tive terraces, and a large variety of trees and shrubs is planted around the walks and along the foundations of the buildings to beautify our campus. As can be seen, the Alton High campus is beautiful well-arranged, and adequate for the needs of all students. Aerial View Membership In Clubs Future Cosmetologists of America The Future Cosmetologists of America is an organization com- posed of girls interested in cosme- tology as a career. The knowledge of these students is increased by the practical training received through this club. Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Thompson are the sponsors of F.C.A. F.C,A. Row 1: Ianice Dailey, Rosalie Tate, Bernice Malone, Carol Crawford, Sally Carter, Ian Iuenger, Linda Avants. Row 2: Ianet Schuetz, Velma Anderson, Irma lean Rizzotto, Helen Seago, Clara Sauls, Lois Spaeter, Donna Little. Row 3: Nancy Blunk, Barbara Cravens, Darlene Voorhees, Donna Gallaher, Ianet Moyer, Sue Walker. Future Teachers of America The F.T.A. is an organization composed of students who are planning to make teaching their profession. The main purpose of this organization is to stimulate and encourage the interest of the stu- dents and to make them better ac- quainted with the duties of their chosen profession. Their sponsor is Miss Iewell Sutherland. F.T.A. Row 1: Kay Hill, Kallie Kay Todd, lane Burns, Linda Naugle-President, Steph- any Roller, Sharon Lewis, Carol Brew- ster. Row 2: Ieanne Vine, lane McFarlane, Naomi Wilson, Kay Schwaab, Margie Baron, Ann Bryan, Linda Fors. Row 3: Margaret Barrow, Margaret Rolla, Carolyn Wheeler, Denis Milford, Eliz- abeth Glen, Linda Wetzel, Donna Crandall, Carol Iacobson. Future Nurses of America The F.N.A. consists of girls who are interested in nursing as a profession. The girls help each year with the TB. testing pro- gram and assist in the clinic. This year the club purchased a steam kettle for the clinic. Mrs. Mac- leod is the sponsor. F.N.A, Row 1: Mary Crabb, Patricia Iohnson, Shirley Ann Millering, Mary Roades, Nellie Clowers, Diane Maggos-Presi- dent, Addie Ilch, Dolores Wright, Naomi Wilson, Sandy Burris, Row 2: Barbara Wardein, Doris Wyatt, Marsha Bruce, Marilyn Vogt, Iudy Franklin, Iudy Kerwin, Connie Mark- ley, Norma Mae Miller, Helen Poin- dexter, Iudy Pea, Maureen Gill. Row 3: Iudy Robison, Mildred Davis, Nancy Brown, Teresa Aubrey, Lou Ann Gowan, Elly Drake, Iudy Richard, Barbara Leonard, Iudy Parnbach, Mrs. Evelyn Macleod. German Club Row 1: Iames Hull, Ioyce Dunnagan, Tom Head, Harlan Bacus, Suzanne Schaffner, Curt Meyenburg. Row 2: Don Lowery, Steve Head, Roy Boehler, Randy Lindblad, Bob Richard- son, Tom Hiatt, Bud Hogan, George Mendelsohn. The German Club is composed of twelve herrs and two frauleins who are interested in learning more about German. These students were active in the Christmas as- sembly and attended the Language Banquet. Miss Wetteroth, a Full- bright Scholar who taught in Ger- many last year, is the sponsor of the organization. Lettermen's Club Row 1: Bob Davis, Gilbert Moody, Har- old Wittman, Don Watkins, Dan Weeks, Bob Iansen, Merle Graves. Row 2: Ed Middleton, Charles Fisher, Bob Diaz, Allen Early, Harold Horsley, Bob Unterbrink, lim McBrien, Mike Thiele, Ed Graveman. One of the newer clubs at Al- ton High, the Lettermen's Club, has proved to be very successful. Un- der the leadership of Mr. Posey, the boys who are members meet before school once a week. In order to become a member, one must have earned a letter in a sport. Commercial Art Club Row 1: Karen Mercier, Pat Winans, Nancy Scheffel, Sharon Ienkins, Bonnie Wingert, Margy Kodros, Iudy Clark, Gaynell Green, Pat Henson. Row 2: Kathy Davis, Cheryl Wright, Barb Kochersperger, Carole Clayton, Phyllis Schlobohm, Indy Blake, Susan Gabriel, Dee Shockley. Row 3: Dale Livengood, Iarnes McNeal, Carl Portwood, Tom Watkins, lim Harmon, Dan Weeks, Ronnie Carter, Dick Iewell, Calvin Goolsby, Ioel Frazer. Well-known for the posters and banners they make to tear down conference rivals, advertise T.B. shots, and build up dramatic club plays are the members of the Commercial Art Club. These hard- working students, who are under the leadership of Mr. Livengood, deserve much praise for their ability and effort. Develops Our Leadership Organizations To Fill Our School Life Camera Club As one might guess, the Carn- era Club is composed of those in- terested in photography. Spon- sored by Mr. Carr, the club hears lectures, has discussions, and views slides belonging to the other mem- bers. CAMERA CLUB Row lx Stephen Schaefer, Bob Hender- son, Barbara Wardein, Sterling Webb, Ed Graveman. Row 2: Loyd Carr, George Mendelsolm, Leo Lanham, lim Gormley, David Handler, Steven Mottaz, Allen Klope. Radio Clizb One of the most noticed things the Radio Club did this year was to adorn the roof of the school with a conglomeration of wire and tubes. This is their new aerial which they use while broadcasting from their "shack" on the fourth floor. Mr. Willis is' their sponsor. RADIO CLUB Row 1: Norman Huntg Tom Watkinsp Don Hausman, W9HIMg Warren Wid- dows, K9DUP3 Richard Nicke.ns,K9ANP Row 2: W. W. Willis, W9QNVy Wayne Francis, Bob Allen. Rifle Club Ripping up the gym every Wednesday are the members of the Rifle Club. Sponsored by Mr. Wools, the members compete in tournaments with other schools dur- ing. the school year. RIFLE CLUB Row 1: Bob Bean., Randy Lindblad, Marvin Cook, Karen Mercier, Kathy Davis. Row 2: Mr. Wools, Bob Stanton, lames Hull, Iohn Wedig, jerry Rodgers. Row 3: Bill Peterson, Bob Naugle, Cheryl Wright, Mel Giberson. Patrol The Patrol is composed of those who are strong enough to keep everyone from going up the "down stairs" or down the "up stairs". There is much competition for this club, for everyone wants a chance to play "policeman". Mr. Kober sponsors this organization. PATROL Row la Nancy Braun, Karen Mercier, Kathy Davis, Georgia Smith, Teresa Aubrey, Sherain Baker, Irene Wood- man, Wayne Francis, Iohn Thompson, Bob Usher, Allen Klope. Row 2: Bob Cleveland, lean Romano, Harold Wittman, Dick Rintoul, Don Noble, Bill Powell, Gary Murray, Bob Christwon, Bill St. Clair. Row 3z Sue Duley, lim Brown, lim Bean, Wallace Ballinger, lohn Reed, Iay Wil- lis, Carolyn Cushman, Barb Kochers- perger, Georgeanne Sokolowski, Pat Brown. Girls' Athletic Association The Girls' Athletic Associa- tion is composed of athletic minded girls under the leadership of Miss Foster. These girls devote after school time to their favorite sports and are rewarded for their efforts. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Row 1: Ieanne Vine, Karen Mercier, Dorene Wilderman, Kath Davis, Susan Seeley, Nina Eastman, virginia Dude, Dorothy Ull, Nancy Zimmer, Iudy Al- len Wieneke, Valerie Dennis, Ioyce Dunnagan, Helen Poindexter. Row 2: Penny Rube, Connie Davison, Paula Sims, lenece Zerlnowsky, Carol Voracek, Elizabeth Glen, Carolyn Cush- man, Ianice Korilko, Naomi Wilson, Barb Tyler, Ioy Harder, Mary Crabb, Nancy Wahl, lanet Hagerman, Dolores Wright. Row 3: Miss Foster, Kay Hill, Sandra Teasley, Iudy Patton, Lavetra Clark, Ianie Mayhall, Shelby Roberts, lane Harris, Lynn Schaefer, Viriginia Frye, Iudy Green, Virginia Thornton, Peggy Michael. Cafeteria Assistants Our staggered lunch hours would not function so smoothly without the help of these students. Performing various tasks in the cafeteria, they are of great service to the school. CAFETERIA ASSISTANTS Row ls Sharon Shienen, lo Ann Wbetzel, Marie Goodman, Pat Stiritz. Row 2: Carol Briggenmn, Sharon Mill- ering, Sharon Butler, Shirley Davis, Lucy Frankfort. Row 3: Mark Patterson, Ierry Elhoffa, Harold Welling, Frank Selbold. Row 4: lim Tuetken, Gary Hargraves, Don Hamilton, Bob Lawrence, Leo Lanham. And Push Us Toward The Open Door Student Assistants Help Office Assistants The girl who comes into your class each hour to pick up the ab- sence slip, the girl who brings you a telephone message, and the girl who says "Number, please" when you pick up the phone in the of- fice, are Office Assistants. These students are very helpful to the of- fice clerks and are greatly appre- ciated. Row 1: Carol Schneider, Beverly O'Con- ner, Gaynelle Green, Harriett Rienken, Pat Moore, Pat Forrester, Ianice Dalton. Row 2: Sharon Lewis, Nancy Dunbar, Carol Wolfbrandt, Lucy Frankford, Judith Stiritz, Donna Welch. Familiar school office scene with studmt assistants at work. Library Assistants The Library Assistants are the whispering troup in the libraries. Working during their study hall hours, these students check books in and out, keep the bulletin boards decorated, and assist the librarians in many jobs. Row 1: Ioan Chiolero, Naomi Wilson, Linda Naugle, Kay Hussoang, Alice Mansholt, Gaynelle Green, C arol Bridgeman, Missy Ferguson. Row 2: Carole Miller, Kay Schwaab, Nancy Wilson, Carolyn Cushman, Phylf lis Schlobohm, Carolyn Shaw, Barbara lean Stamper, Barb Phelps. Row 3: Mary Washington, lane Mcf Farland, Shirley Davis, Rex Cress, Stan- ley Hunter, Ierry Fagan, Lynn Schaefer, Patty Cambron, Io Ann Secor. Clinic Assistants The Clinic Assistants are the girls who help prevent sickness and death at Alton High. When the nurse is not at school, thse girls manage the Clinic: and they can be seen every day running errands and answering the Clinic phone. Row 1: Mrs. Evelyn Macleod, R.N.g gheresa Aubreyg Diana Maggosy Addie ch. Row 2: Marsha Bruceg Nellie Clowers: Barbara Leonard. Miss Teter's Assistants Miss Teter is a very busy woman, and these girls volunteer their time to help her with her work. They answer the telephone, run errands, and do various task to be of assistance. Row lz' Iudy Gustine, Ida Mae Elliott, Rosalie Kroeger, Donna Williams. Row 2: Barbara Emmons, Iudy D06I'l'f Miss Teter, Carol Voracek. Mr. Schmelzel's Assistants These boys give up an hour of their time each day to work in Mr. Schmelzels office. They per- form many duties, some of which are running errands, answering the telephone, and taking care of stu- dents who come to the office when Mr. Schmelzel is not there. Row 1: Ronny Dunbar, lay Willis, Boyd Milford, Bemell Dunbar. Row 2: Dan Weeks, Mike Thiele, Ted Norman, Mr. Schmelzel, Stan Phillips, Ioe Flowers. 4 we ...,. 'V ., f X. mln. I Q i 3 fs' . ,, ,.,, W ,,,,, 1 4 L4 Aww Q Ea is '1 ' f In Work Administration 8, FIRST VIOLINS -- lane Burns, Donna Crandall, Cheryl Wright, Edith Young, Loretta Mayfield, Shirley Harmon, Sondra Hoggatt, Sydney Ferguson. SECOND VIOLINS - Sara Freeman, Wayne Ann Carroll, Pat Shinpaugh, lane Stiritz, Iulie Ward, Ioe Schroeder, Marvin Cooke, Ioyce Lageman. VIOLA - Bob Diaz, Barbara Smith, Marjorie Miller, Ianet Maloney, Don Nevins. CORNETS - Iim Bodenstein, Karen Mercie1', Allen Early. TROMBONES - Charles Robinson, Ronald Schmidt, Don Olive. HORNS - Earl Phillips, Carole Iacobson. CELLOS - Roy Stillwell, Sylvia Hack, Tarrie Davis, Ianet Adams, Roger Miller. BASSES - Paul Rowe, Lyndal Colburn, Tom Head, Ierry Medler, Iacquelyn Eyster. OBOE - Tara Gwillim. FLUTES - Kathleen Davis, Crystal Luly, Darlene Boyd. CLARINETS - Donna Morgan, Norma Miller, Tony Henderson, Helen Poin- dextier. BASSOON - Kay Korte. SAXOPHONES - Anthony Kardis, David Byrnes. PERCUSSION - David Marshall, Evelyn Dunn. Alton High School Orchestra From the strains of Rachmaninov to the songs of Rogers and Hammerf stein, the Alton High School Orches- tra renders to the student body a cross section of classical and semi-classical music. The group, under the direction of Mr. Stuchlik is composed of out- standing band members and those stu- dents who play stringed instruments. This year the orchestra presented an assembly to the student body. They also participated in an award program with the band and chorus. At the award program members were presented with letters and pins. For the first time, a senior student, Roy Stillwell, was awarded the Arion award fororchestra work. The stu- dent body should indeed be proud of their fine orchestra. Alton High Marching Band This familiar formation is an example of the football shows which the Marching Band presented during the 1956-57 season. Majorettes lst rowz Diane Meloy, Iudy Sha kelford c . 2nd rowz Iudy Eggley, Carol Wolfbrandt, Fay Bemis. Hats off and give a cheer for the Alton High Band for the wonderful job they have done this year. They presented two concerts during the school year, the Mid-year concert in lanuary and the Campus concert in May. They also participated in the Fall Frolic, High School Music Festi- val, assemblies, plays, and football games. A special group played at all Pep assemblies and basketball games. This year the band went on their annual tour, playing at the Carbondale Community H i gh School, Southern Illinois University, and Murphysboro High School. As a finale to their crowded schedule they played at commencement exercises. Alton Senior High School Concert Bond FLUTES-Kathy Davis, Crystal Luly, Donna Rosenberg, Steve Mottaz, Darlene Boyd, Penny Ruhe, Susan Seely, Sandra Alsobriook. OBOES-Tarrie Davis, Tara Gwillim. CLARINETS-Dona M-organ, Norma Miller, Kay Gloss, Barbara Bohannon, Iudy Shaekel- lord, Margie Baron, Carol Meyer, Tony Henderson, Iudy Kerwin, Merle Buettel, Tom Powers, Gary Hargrave, Ioyce Dunnagan, Ianet Hagerman, Helen Poindexter, Peggy Michaels, Gary Ruedin, Darlene Northcutt, Louis Van Zandt, Iim Fisher, Indy Farnbach, Bob Watkins, Iudy Bowers, Mary Miller. ALTO CLARINETS-Ioyoe Gill, Ieannie Vine, Cynthia Phillips. BASS CLARINETS--Marvin Cook, Bob Stockard, Spencer Gibbins, Wayne Schoelfel. BASSOONS-Kay Korte, Sam Schmidt. ALTO SAXOPHONES- B-ob Henderson, Tony Kardis, David Byrnes, Chas. Towse, Ted Rock, Walter Porter, Ierry 5535 QSFTQ ...gp 50:3-r O-E-rv 'iw-'D' E' if meds'-QQ N ' gmigff. E DOH!! 9' o . Q, -- gm U- ': bs. NQSZNZ' Q. U"Oe-1-nO O NCQO Hn 3 mx Or. UQETSD' E'3"'B" O-gg Ffh 5-M2713 000011 Q21 '- 'Q gi' , n ,Q 5 ,rv A ,X S i, l, AWDF, A .ll 11-ws lx f fi 'B 4 so ,y,f ' E X' ', -M' T u 'fa ff , , M 1, A . , gf, State. 44, ' 5 ' 1 Ba:- Fagan, Donn Hausman. CORNETS-Steve Rigas, Iames Bodenstein, Karen Mercier, Allen Early, Don Denby, Bob Bean, Bob Cleveland, David Dabbs, Wayne Howard, Dale Favre, Dick O'Neal, Bruce Lylon. HORNS-Earl Phillips, Carol Iacobson, Parker Nicholas, Charlene Bonner. TROMBONES-Charles Robinson, Ronnie Schmidt, Don Gubser, Don Olive, Norman Howell, Orville Sitze, Wallace Campbell, Gerald Brandt. BARITONES- George Loveless, Linda Wetzel, Ioe Brewer, George Brooks. BASSES-Steve Head, QR Dale Daniels, Mel Gibferson. STRING BASS - Lyndai Colburn. SNARE DRUMS - David Marshall, David Fischer. BASS DRUM-Allan Bnesson. TYMPANI-Kelly Webb. BELLS-Evelyn Dunn. E , , . -W - an 1 -x , " I in W "' S ' ig , li 4 'X as Kev --in . Q V ,M -xx .w f v ,-' f ,w, f vm .M ,Y bw WW 'bi 'B' - X. . 'Nur- if ' 'em -fgfrfj-2 A 5. mx ,' , Y K' Q, y If vi! ft M fi if 5 ,f X Sw J di -are? .gf H , X " Q he " +5 514 f f jf' v 4..::m, 3 -,,. n. N U Q X x Q, wg. 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Row 4: Barbara Malcolm, Sue Dooley, Nancy Wilson, lane Lusk, Indy Eggley, Barbara Phelps, Margaret Rolla, Ioyce Stockton, Betty Foss. Row 5: Hugh Bramhall, Bill Walk, Danny Travis, Robert Lee, Iohn Thompson. 'Y , . r , V: Row 1: Elaine Zigrang, Marilyn Butler, Terrie Chester, Mary Lou Lambie, Ianett Landiss. Row 2: Iacki Griesbaum, Ieanne Stone, Ianet Kerirn, Mary Carver, Pat Henson, Elizabeth Glen. Row 3: Barbara Fremann, Barbara Tyler, Io Ann Washpun, Betty Lookiebill, Barbara Cravens, Carol Marsh, Phyllis Cooper. Row 4: Ioan Holland, Carol Sue Crawford, Elizabeth Grigsby, Kaye Schwaab, Alice Stevenson, Mary Bradshaw, Sylvia Schwartz, Lucy Zimmerman. Row 1: Sally Curvey, Marcella unter- brink, Marilyn Voget, Sherri Stahl, Linda Naugle. Row 2: Mary Rollins, Dorothy Coving- ton, Sne McBrien, Peg Gallagher, Gail Hildebrand, Connie Markley. Row 3: Betty Goings, Donna Pointer, Florence Dodd, lola Williams, Beverly Simpson, Kathryn Glassey, Becky Parkins. Row 4: Kay Hill, Sally Carter, Nancy Pe' lot, Iackie Hughson, Marilyn Fessler, Barbara Frohock, Evelyn Ingram, Carol Afflack. Row 1: Margy Kodros, Indy Leonard, Doran Chappee, Barbara Pierce, Nancy Braun. Row 2: Charmayne lngstrom, Io Ann Se- cor, Barbara Leonard, Norma Nolan, Brenda Owens, Sandra Barns. Row 3: Eleanor Drake, Effie Gramatis, Indy Graham, Velma Hartman, Trudi Plummer, Carol Keith, Glenna Fulks. Row 4: Sharon Lewis, Carol Nuzum, Carol Humenick, Sherri Hoggatt, lean Iones, Charlene Schlueter, Pat Everett, Phyllis Darr. ' Row 5: Indy Richard, Linda Huebener, Lois Weber, Wilma Baldridge, Emily Dierstein, Paula Sims, Sandy Burris. Row l: Barbara Frohock, Indy Doerr, Donna Crandall, Brenda Hartley, Caro- lyn Clayton. Row 2: ludy Francis, Indy Whittleman, ludy Searles, Pat Bell, Essie Sims, Barbara Knight. Row 3: Carole Miller, Bobbye Cowgill, Pat Brown, LaVon.ne Sanders, Ioyce Dunston, Kay Hussong, Linda DeHart, Edna Caldwell. Row 4: Pat Middleton, Sherain Baker, Ianet Blockbnrger, Ieanette May, Debbie Streeper. Row l: Danna Ball, Harriet Walczat, Indy Green, Noreen Dixon. Row 2: Audrey Mason, Martha Phelps, Pat Leonard, Barbara Klaas, Lynn Davis. Row 3: Ruth Donelson, Sandy Fansler, Tamara Hoagland, Mary lane Fearno, Nancy Russell, Gracie Ryder. Row 4: Carolyn Embry, Verla McCann, Diana Dooley, Margie Belcher, Indy Erb. Row lx Lettie Curtis, Sharon Freeland, Carol Brewster, Ianet Hiller. Row 2: Sandra Little, Della Hardwick, Beverly Miller, Ioy Harder, Frances Lingenfelter. Row 3: Nina Eastman, Kay Hunter, Sharon Wilderman, Nancy Winters. Row 4: lanis Wasson, Ioyce Heaton, Sandy Tripp, Iill Craigmiles, Valerie Dennis, Lois Schnetz, Shirley Roma. Row lx Rex Cress, Mark Patterson, Fred Dykeman, lohn Meeden. Row 2: Mickey Dye, Carrol Holman, lim Hendrickson, Albert Patterson, Emest Wheeler. Row 3: Grady Robinson, Darrel Ienkins, David McCoy, Harold Scheffel, Mike McKelvey, lim Wilson. Row 4: Lance Hausman, Cletus Schmitt- ling, Mike Springman, Dave Heckman. Row l: Faye Bemis, Dianne Bowker, Vir- ginia Dude, Susan Ringering. Row 2: Pokie Walters, Cindy Kodros, Shirley Stanffer, Mary lane Steck, Mary Crab. Row 3: Martha Rulon, Carolyn Wheeler, Arlene Washpun, Freddie Pinkerton, Patty Groves, Mary Wade. Row 4: Carol Ely, Minnie Lee Perry, Brenda Glover, Linda Edwards, Martha Mayhall, Elizabeth Helm, Sharon Griffen. Row lx Kathryn West, Barbara Wardein, Linda Fors, lanet Veeck. Row 2: Shelby Roberts, Nancy Hensley, Helen Burgoyne, Patty Heckman, Glenna Graham. Row 3: Phyllis Schlohohm, Sondra Vei- lands, Barbara Bell, Robbie Walker, Virginia Frye, Kenney Chappee. Row 4: Beverly Cooper, Ianet McGriffen, Betty Martin. 1 f f, ,M kw- C X X " X 1 if X X X ,A , x wx.2. . 4 5 Q . gg ., ,. .4 , Q. Q '49 042, 'Z X if 2 I 1 'J 1 e W4 1 4 T7 4 fy Z gg M, X 9" A 'X ff 1 A M 7 qw 1 1 S 'fi' wif. 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N - M f..m,......M,, f-'PWA ...M . , Alton Board Of Education Our hard-working members of the Board of Education should be com- mended for the work they have done in the past and shall, no doubt, con- tinue to do in the future. They have made the Alton Public School System one of the finest in the State. These seven board members donate their time, without charge, for the develop- ment of the total school program. They determine what is best for the students in the American way of life. New plans are always being made to meet the needs and provide for the poten- tialities of the pupils, the curriculum, the techniques of teaching, the materials, and the classrooms. lt is unpleasant to think of what the community would be like without these citizens who desire to help with any worthwhile enterprise. We wish to thank this Board for their efforts in our behalf. BOARD AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF - - - Don Keil, School Engineer: Pearl Woods, Chief Custodian: B. T. Haynes, Public Relations Directors C. R. Freeman, Person- nel, Directorg Raymond Ready, Elementary Curriculum: Albert Goedde, School Architect: Dr. C. I. Hemphill, Secretaryg Dr. I. B. Iohnsoan, Supt. of Schools, Dr. Robert B. Lynn, President: E. P. Waterhouse, Building and Grounds Directory Edwin Leamon, Asst. Supt. of Schools: C. R. Wright, Vocational Educationg Mary C. Hershey, Health and Safety Director: Macy Pruitt, Secondary Curriculumy C. B. Rippley, Township Treasurerg Lloyd Norman, Special Education, Kenneth Kelly, School Attornieyg.. Robert Minsker, Curriculum Director, absent. f' M '15, 72 is Leading Administrators Since 1947, Dr. B. Iohnson has been serving the Alton School System as Superintendent of Schools. During his administration, advancements have been made in every field of school ac- tivity. How Well he has succeeded with the aid of a co-operative Board of Edu- cation and his administrative assistants in planning for the future may be seen today in the addition of new build- ings, expanded curricula, and services. To Dr. Iohnson we seniors owe much appreciation for his contribution toward our futures. Mr. Leamon serves the school com- munity by aiding the administrators, teach- ers, and pupils. His pleasant personality and his able assistance have made him well-known and admired. Mr. Pruitt helps construct curricula for our high school and chooses new teachers for the system. Because of his many years of experience, he is a valuable member of the staff. DR. IAMES BURRIS IOHNSON Superintendent of Schools MR. EDWIN LEAMON Assistant Superintendent MR. MACY PRUITT Administrative Assistant 91 All students require guidance and proper training if they are to experience normal advancement. The principal of Alton Senior High School, Mr. G. C. Davis, with his assistants - - Mr. An- ton Iureziz, Mr. George Abner, and Mr. C. R. Wright - - and with the System's administrative staff, solves this problem in an efficient manner. During time spent in classes at Alton High, students grow in wisdom because of the praise, criticism, and assistance given by these superior educators. Their interest in the academic, voca- tional, and co-curricular programs has furnished the students of Alton with a wide variety of experiences which will prove beneficial in future years. MR. G. .C DAVIS Principal of Alton Senior High School Guidance Is Their Business . . . l rt MR ANTON IUREZIZ MR. GEORGE ABNER MR. C. RUBEN WRIGHT Assistant Principal Second Assistant Principal Administrative Assistant in Charge of Vocational Education MISS LOUISE ANTHONY Director of Libraries MR. LER'OY FRITZ Director of Music MISS IANE HENRY Director of Home Economics and Lunch Service K.f MR. OVID HUNTER Director of Physical Education MR. DONALD KEIL School Engineer MR. LLOYD NORMAN Director of Special Education, Counseling, and Guidance MR. RAYMOND READY Administrative Assistant in Charge of Elementary Curriculum MISS BERNICE WILLIAMSON Director of Art A MR. HORACE WOLLERMAN Director of Audio-Visual Education KNWW Q2 Q- "Wien-4N""K Because Of Them, We Succeed 93 E : ld , 'N' .3 Q ,Q S, R1 if ' Q Tw E 'X -'NV , 6 is ' Q " ,. VV,,,,..- ,. Z g X T W? E n ,.A- 'A qw np: ' 'y .. .mf-X X' ' X 5 wax F x 'NY W 'MQ . .' of WE iz ' Q N, ff' li - ss- Q Q fb? X? c ,s ' Q " is ga is , ,Q 5 '- ,N ,i,, X ... W f' V if Aw M M A ,.,.. x 35 f f, , Q S , .. W' 'sf V Z wi E1 u 5 Swv in 'Q .A Y 4 X ,gg and ... . -"5 'QQ X383 A Q R MM? av ,J 4. Q ff a 12, v-ww' A M XV! TEES 5: U .QQ Q x YV X . K.-f " K -Q Q 1 ll ,,k, ', X x sw. x .... 1 f if sg X . J, Q E xi X Wx Q


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