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Page 181 text:
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
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
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
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
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
Develops Our Leadership
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Membership In Clubs
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
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.
Row 1: Kay Hill, Kallie Kay Todd, lane
Burns, Linda Naugle-President, Steph-
any Roller, Sharon Lewis, Carol Brew-
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.
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.
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Organizations To Fill Our School Life
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-
Row lx Stephen Schaefer, Bob Hender-
son, Barbara Wardein, Sterling Webb,
Row 2: Loyd Carr, George Mendelsolm,
Leo Lanham, lim Gormley, David
Handler, Steven Mottaz, Allen Klope.
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.
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.
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.
Row 1: Bob Bean., Randy Lindblad,
Marvin Cook, Karen Mercier, Kathy
Row 2: Mr. Wools, Bob Stanton, lames
Hull, Iohn Wedig, jerry Rodgers.
Row 3: Bill Peterson, Bob Naugle,
Cheryl Wright, Mel Giberson.
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