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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
One three act play is presented
each semester, and everyone in the
club participates in some Way or an-
Tryouts are held once a yearg and
the candidates are chosen by Mr. Clif-
ford Davenport, the club sponsor, and
the club members.
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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
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-
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Birds of a feather
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
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