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Page 31 text:
Row One: Kelly Webb, Spencer Gibbins, Sam Schmidt,
Row Tzro: Penny Ruhe, Ralpha Echols, Betty Lookie-
bill, Sharon Lewis.
Ron' Three: Steve Wenzel, Sue Seely, Don Fritz, Sam
Page 30 text:
lll.TOIl HIGH TIMES
me127 , V A Alton High School v, January 17, i958 Numbe
ld '33 Alton High Times l lr Teachers and Students Discuss High
lce an, ' Student Voice of the I --., , V1 -
' ALTON SENIOR HIGH scnool U ,QW X ,m chool SCICIICO Ellld C0lll'SBS
5 Alton High School Concert Alton, Illinois W mg , . , , ,
-will PM-'f fe BMI PM- 'I me .. 'l""St""" To wha' r"e"' .do You "mf Mau' and Se
concert on Monday night, Member Illinois High School of - 't and 'mfrsfs should be Stepped up smce our awareness Of the S0
my 27, ml the East Junior press Assogiatign a de. w .students Jmons development in those fields?
nrium at 8 pm. For the first ' ----- who ben.. J -'-'l 'lub are dis- Miss Gates - "A.H.S. for thel ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,.
the concert must be moved FIRST ssmssrsn STAFF missed a few minutes earlier from ast 30 years has haf' ' --Q ofi
from the high school audi- S1 L their seventh hour classes for the mathematics. Al M Roller and Cousley
-wi im. :sion owls - . . Q , ,. 'gsjvzi ,V M,
n because of the increas' -in ff1jifjjZnltlffIfhfiutbiu.ch ansil' fjlecollffifhfe r- V 'cad Tatler Staff
of the band. Last year , D liver: A.lu.f llrh. ' 3 K U E lmllos 1 9 lg? " '
school was crowded an KWHA, . A .lmml 5-,m,,,, to have an indoor pep session for ersities ar th Stephany Roller and S
Y-no players, and iiifliifrweszifg the Studentlbody' A in l cf--QMS' the i
1-seven present memb ,gg Y CWI Ann Inwcased numbers of Students :ge Prep 1 iok staff has started li
llbe Impossible- to ag it LS' lime ioined the Alton High Pep idered by ' w.W,,f I 'mf Hlgh School' MF' G
in the auditorium. 1 -,'-- 1' Efmef, l...1,-lljlul, ,MS year, and, judging bylb Wm im f,-, ' ' ,V IS The faculty advlsffl'
ly, this C0UCe1't Wlu be 1 ' ' i'ifW'l Clmitlxm fm enthusiasm and volume in yelling, ulus and a .group Robert R' Lee ls
e ools . QZILQSIQCSQQQQ. to a good Mage 2122 Ge'
est Junior High School K' ,me Carole' Kober, Start- 5-H-S. are - fdenKe icldljenllih JuZlr.'l
IHEWU Avenue- ul. Nancy lesson, lan hath courses than .., ce on L' ' y
z program will contain some
ard marches, ovei-tures, novel-
mbers, descriptive pieces, and
rn selections. Baton twirlers
ne featured in a flag routine
g the closing march.
ze of admission is 25 cents.
Anuerson, Dee Shockley.
Sporui .... Bruce Lyons, Editor. Richard
Fields. Don Lahr, Sieve Voss, lin'
Brown, Ioel Frazer.
Photographer ........ , . .......... lon Hay
Debaters Win At
St. Louis Tourney
Alton dehaters, directed by Miss
is-othy Colonius returned from
ond Se' dreis High School, si. Louis,
ers V L ' K, January 13, with 4 vie-3
J ' L3 'n the invitational debatei
ny stu QQ Sill- l
- . i: -:- . . , . l
greek fg ff-, V ,ting against Rosati - Kam,
ion hal ty City, Fairview, and
ow the n. High Schools in the 19-
t to be . lf- I ' 1 "" tourney, Alton students won
gl the sect 2' 'Magi glial
'e is a chronolo! ' '
no school days" lor nigh
l students: The first day in
vffing is Lincoln's birthday,
esday, February 12. A one-
ession of the Madison County
ers' Institute will be held
esday, March 5. The one-day
ug of the Southwestern Di-
. of the Illinois Teacher As-
ion is set for Friday, Marci-
'his meeting will not be h
St. Louis as informer y
ters will be assigned to
ities, in the Division as
lter vacation provide:
cutive days, beginning
.he affirmative team composed
of Phyllis Schlobohm and Toni
Gould and the negative team corn-
posed of Judy Allen and David
Whiteside debated on the subject:
"Resolved, that the United States
Foreign Aid Should B0 Substan-
tially l'ncreased." L
The next debate will be a con-
test debate to be held at Washing-
ff' A Sat., Feb. 8. The
A a debate, Feb.
, A 1-fl 'stress Club.
1, 'j hate will be
1 State Sec-
Vlf ent to be
, M . March 8
Friday, April 4, and cl 4 ,vvh I Q.
to Tuesday, April 8. Fri f -
so, the schools win be clos jshllls
servance of Memorial Day. Jemors
me College' Boards
students from St. Louis and
'ban areas were present at
on High School at Clayton,
Saturday, January 11 to take
Iollege Board Scholastic Apti-
these soo students, ui? 10
attended from Alton High
as follows: Kelly Webb,
l, 'George Mendelsohn, Rich-
Pields, Stephelkxlioller, Jerry
it, Sharon Lewis, Nancy Wil-
la-rn 'Prnomnnr 'flhmirn 1i'l'nna--
Illinois high-school seniors will
compete on Feb. 1 for S600,000 in
.first-year scholarships to Illinois
colleges and universities. Science
Research Associates of Chicago will
construct, administer, and score
the examinations. Test results and
students' high-school records will
be used to determine capacity to
profit from higher education.
House Bill 380 enacted by the
Illinois General Assembly provides
scholarships for any Illinois resi-
dent of good character who will
have completed high school by the
end of this school year, is in the
upper half of his class, demon-
strates superior capacity to profit:
from college work, and is unablel
"" a valuable
' l display-
, -h game
schools in Illinois. The courses al-
'eady in the curriculum are avail-
able to all students, not to just a
select few as in Russia. The stu-
ilent should become aware of his
water are editorial staff as
The remainder of the stef
composed of the following
dents: Trudi Weber, Jay W
opportunity to get all the math Elsle 'Du'ncaY1, Lois Erdlil
W I' and science pgsgible in his four Louise Pope, Carol Nuzum, .
're years of high sghoglj' Humphrey, Barbara Malcolm, 1
,V M Iv H , Gwm' Tana Burns, Marg
A M i'i' ,e offered tx iff Hilrden, "' I fhmk lhhf' 'une Caroll, S
the .interior Dec- tlanlgli m Sfisnees Should be 1 Mottaz,
ovation , , will be taught cnsllu? ' Wblfgummg In the 9, Sue D1
by Miss Sidwell, .and Gx'eativcl1gF?wly be 0918- BY the 1 bars. Ste
wa-lung, which will he taught by fx lid inlets high M091 he ,H lreie B2
Miss Rutledge. Harmony will re- F'Z.St?'d1ed enough UI ht J! Zh Sha:
place Music Appreciation. bf? is lmterestsv hls ablhl fa gl T", tty Loc
his aptltudes for a study o gf" " 3 yl
All students schedules are com- ical 303011095 Call be delle. 1
melee. Changing of nv For those who have strong . " Jean mee
. , ., . - - - - 3 school and
tel pl-Dgl-am Garda xn Physical bczences and K Qi , ,B V i , , f
will almggt bg 3 wt promises success in mo. f ' effing 'Ia'
because of the l Sflldy perhaps the high "K.w' 9 lm e'
the fact thai 3 lflould ,offer 4 years in the"'1 alter-llollegiate Press,.Inc
ferred with Sciences terminating in Kansas Cxtyf ,Vincent Price
dents might ,WL I i year with a course com- take the portrmts Sept' 30 um
the lunch ho at gg? f' .o the present General oct' 4'
of their par, , ' ly X qlwfll 1 College course. These .
subjects. And Q would then be able to de- Ngtlce Studen
have to be bale neil' college study to more Tatlel. pictures will be tal
extent fo have 'X f duced work and fs fhe research September 30 October I
number of students V Ufbadll' needed' Seniors will haye their Pictui
Cafeteria' Stan Ba,-th H. R V f taken on Monday, Tuesday 2
Semester programs will be bick- mzesem time' W' qdnesdayl Juniors on 'Blu
ed up in the first hour class of Sclence and ? " and sophomores on Frmd
the previous semester. Changes fafiss it EP' A Chgsen
will be in the auditorium. Conn- Coll get U f,,, y ll ,, ' 1
selors and Assistant Principals SYS we C01-ll 3 'M 'lN. l of Jan' -1
feel that there will be need for Lois END l ts were held Thursday
very few changes. Changes will Math and S uni-.u-ef January 9 and 10 for
be inade only in study halls, never be required' , N -The Night of January
during Classes' jects provide g. 1' the direction of Mr. Clif
- mind and I believe '-VenP0l"9-
Cheerleaders' such activities will res., ..t- Boasting 8 large Cast: this 1
V er prog'ress.'l tery thriller promises to be
Squad U' - , c 'me of outstanding dramatic productio
the Cr l X in Dave Handler - "I think that lhe School year.
Altm. , A 'he our standards in Math and Science The following cast has beer
hosv mf, P ,5 courses are high and that there legged: Mau-on, Marty We
Va- , ,A ,H . should be more encouragement Eailjff . ' - .
, , V,,, i 1 , Dale Whiteside, Ji
lea , . I ' Y . provided for the students to arouse Heath, Steve Wenzel: D. A' 5
ite 1 mlfefesli In them- Kelly Webbg Secretary, Mary .
159' 4 ' A 'rm Gwillim - --1 think that Sfe?k1Aff0meY Stevens' Ted 1
W' T' ff' our Math and Science programs ser, -Sec1etqry',Barbanf Maki
Ga- Vg -013 are very good. We, in this coun- Clefkf genius Milford? karen,-
and all A ' i it gave try, have the right to choose our Gfvllllm' Dr' Klrklandf. SP5
8 talk abs- -11 same. vocation in school, whereas in G1bbmS3'MrS' John Hutchumf E
which Iowa won and demonstra-
tions of college cheerleading. Mr.
Davis, Mr. Thomas, Mr. Posey,
Mr. Hanks, and Susan Ringer-ing
gave talks on selected subjects.
Russia the students who are in-
telligent have no choice. In our
'science and Math programs we
have persons who are interested
in it and will work."
'Fha Vnmvtv nhnn:-lnnAA1-. 'M'a..,.:- , ,
Lookiebillg Homer Van Fleet, l
colin McLaing Elmer Swee
'Carl Brachtg Nancy Faulkner,
McNeillyg Magda Svenson, Ph
Schlobohm: John Whitfield,
Schmidtg Jane Chandler, N:
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Row One: Nancy Kerwin, Marilyn Thomp-
son, Pat Barton, Lana Economides, Sandy
Camp, Ed Schaefer, Jo Ann Almonroeder,
Carol Keith, Georgeanne Sokolowski, Jean
Row Two: Judy Logan, Hope Cousley, Ann
McBride, Bonnie Batchelor, Nancy Conour,
Nancy Wilson, Barbara Malcom, Carol
Nuzum, Margaret Childers, Judy Boyd, Joy
Row Three: Dennis Milford, Jim Fisher,
Beverly Pybas, Judy Kistner, Donna Lindsay,
Myra Ingram, Cecelia Diaz, Priscilla Peter-
sen, Richard Fields, Barbara Burris, Mary Jo
Moore, Nancy Bock.
Row One: Carole Meyer, Mary Jane Steck,
Elsie Duncan, Ralpha Echols, Sue Seely,
Spencer Gibbins, Sam Schmidt, Kelly Webb.
Penny Ruhe, Judy Shackelford, Sharon Lewis,
Row Two: Carol Humenick, Barbara Phelps,
Faye Bemis, Carole Kober, Marilyn Waide,
Judy Kerwin, Judy Franklin, Cindy Phillips,
Fran Lingenfelter, Nancy Jackson, Linda
Whetzel, Connie Hickman.
Row Three: Sandy Buck, Lois Weber, Nina
Eastman, Steve Wenzel, Don Fritz, Jay Willis,
Larry Beasly, Tara Gwillim, Lois Erdmann,
Donna Browning, Janice Korilko, Anita
Tchoukaleff, B. J. Tyler, Rose Marie Sacchi.
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