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Page 184 text:
Student Assistants Help
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-
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.
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.
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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.
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
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
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
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.
Row ls Sharon Shienen, lo Ann Wbetzel,
Marie Goodman, Pat Stiritz.
Row 2: Carol Briggenmn, Sharon Mill-
ering, Sharon Butler, Shirley Davis,
Row 3: Mark Patterson, Ierry Elhoffa,
Harold Welling, Frank Selbold.
Row 4: lim Tuetken, Gary Hargraves,
Don Hamilton, Bob Lawrence, Leo
And Push Us Toward The Open Door
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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
Row 2: Marsha Bruceg Nellie Clowers:
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
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,
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