Alto High School - Stinger Yearbook (Alto, TX)

 - Class of 1947

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745STlNGER ALTO HIGH SCHOOL ALTO TEXAS FCDREWORD THE STAFF SPONSOR AND STUDENTS ARE HAPPY TO PRESENT THE FIRuT ANNUAL OP ALTO HIGH SCHOOL THF ATTN FR WITH EACH PAGE OF THIS BOOK WE HOPF TO RETAIN SOME OF THE FOND MEMORIES AND WARM YEARHOOK TO HE A SOURCE OF ENJOYMENT NOW AND IN THE FUTURE WE WANT IT TO REFLECT THOSE BRIEF SCHOOL DAYS WHEN THE FOUNDATION FOR FUTURE A CHIEVEMENT WAS LAID TO RETAIN THE SCHOOL DAY MEMORIES AND TO PRESENT A PICTURE OF ALTO HICH SCHOOL AND ITS VARIOUS ACTIVITIES THEN HAS BEEN THE TWO FOLD PURPOSE OF THE STAFF OF TH? SIIFG5? OF 1947 x 15 '! 5? Qi-1 f X V Ji ki I I I VT I I , FRIENDSHIP OF OUR SCHOOL YEARS. WE WISH OUR A I 1 A, T 1 :rx X f E H ,4 , 3 'f xf x I DEDICATIONXX 50 a lad who gave ffnmendimneao oomfuadewhmb cmd 0, QQIYLUAMG abbwecmnfffvofn Une wow he iowa L0 ALO .Mya Sckooffl 30 a bo, who was lfdzed. fb, aff who Fmew hmm and eabecmufffflg by 'Fvuo efflffow memffrefba of 'Uhe uma foofwafcfz new lie Mme Smmnqem vbkoif, dedmcoie 'LMA mm, LVLQYT, ofrmuuii vm mexmom, off owl. 'iO7'LlfTlQfL cfffoaomofie and ffvuemd MAURICE JOE E HENDRICK W 7 XXX, ' - , x , yy , ' If' I I k Oi I 4 - A, ' ' if X K gg 726 ffiywi Sf HARRY MADDIN Edztor LORETTA HEATH LOIS FINDLEY Secretary TYGGSUTGY Buszness Manager if , wi W :W qlllllllilk giiiihr V 'ii N lk X 145 ' ff fgfmm 1 fj XXX'-gff 5 W L L X W I XXQXK XX? ,AM Lf W -...qi 'S-.. SUPERINITENDENT S MESSAGE To the Student Body For the flrst tlme ln the hlstory of the Alto Publlc Schools you are presentlng a record of your school act1v1t1es These act1v1t1es reflect your progress lfl your school hfe Slnce the ObJSCtlV9S of educatlon conslst not of what you Wlll do but how you are l1v1ng toda the extent a.nd lntenslty of your partlclpatlon :Ln all phases of school actlvltles lndlcates your school cltlzenshlp and reflects your future actlvltles In thls atomlc age of changes, ln a perlod of unequaled strlkes and walkouts, ln a perlod of rapld growth toward world cltlzenshlp where we have the Unlted Natlons and lnternatlonal educatlon ln developmental stages, the challenge lS hurled at you to help brmg order to a world of doubt and susplclon We are fully confldent that you, wlth your tralnlng and your falth ln the future, and the growth that you w1ll make can arlse to successfully grapple w1th these dlfflcult problems We trust that your assoclatlons and experlences ln the Alto Publlc Schools w1ll hold only pleasant and Joyous memorles, to be progected lnto a llfe of unselflsh devotlon and servlce to your communlty 1 Slncerely , FACU LTV TED MRS VIRGINIA HATLEY MOORE ENER 1' 'IYIU r,.,,.,...-- ,,.,..,-1' MRS ANOLA MISS IOSIE MISS ADA MRS RUTH EARL MARTIN ALMA WATTERS BANKS SNBED CUMMINGS MRS HELEN P RUTH QUARLES -dl MRS JIM runsaovss lug 3 'L-v 75 ku. MRS DELIA NELLIE HATLEY WILLIAMS SINGLETARY BOWEN EDITH MRS. IRBNE HENDRICK RAMSEY MERRIWETHER DANHEIM MRS. ERNA MRS. VBRLINE 5 we Q' A 5? f ,z if .i P. O. , i X -" A-A A 1,' Q 3, 3 rl :iii . MRS. . O. . 1 . q I .. I V s A ., ffl! ,, , HIFI I A 4' -J S ENICDRS 46 HND47 PPEuID!NT VJ 1 J?ESZU NT 6dTA?Y nfs ,POAbd' POAJQM SPON OR LAS? VOTWO FO THF NTXRw Fd F H Rltdkkbu HARRY bRKNK MXDDIN uARAd JO LRUuBY Sli Mxlir u M u VIRQIWIA PNFR O HAI ROU i DIPPICULTYH O OL , 1+ mu mu h L M51 RO -,,-'W G.W every hlgh hchool the ben1or Class has ltq speclal obllgatlons and respons1b1l1t1es no exceptlon ulors to et t leader5h1p lor the Alto H1gh School 13 t pattern and QfOV1d6 the xcho elxeve dt t Q 58H1O w L operatlon of e Sponsorb 4nd Ro Motherb have dPh1CV8d theso th1nJ5 a h1i our flrit annu l wlll ser as a J monument to the SSHIOYS of 1941 - X x Q F , ,Q 3 ' ..........., :Ania . . ' .L VON if-'. 'E ......... . ' 1' f 3gj,'A , ".'ASURfE ........ H ' C ' 4' .......... Mm. Jo: 1, A1,MA 1 "UR: S. 'P 5 ............ . Rv. Q. , fl S ............. .MR. P. . ,'LEY 2 U A . I 'V 1 5 f 5 " 'W 1' CLAQS C URN! BLUL ,' "ITL CLASS F Q FQ: RED SE In ' 4 , ' ' ' . It is the duty of he Se ' S he ."' ' ' rest of - Q 01. We b A th' h, C rs, 1th he Q A j6f co ' th -' . ' ' om .fi ', . ', ' ,-- ' hs, nd .........-- t -, " . a ' ' ve r SENIORS Hhni KATIE bUE ALLEN WRNA LEE ELANTON EDITR BLAND NELLIE dOhTICK IOE EARL EOYD OLLIVTA ARUNT CLAIRE BELLE CATEb BILL CUOATE EARMON COOPER ,EMEA COOPER RITA CROSBY SARAH JO CRObBY MARFIA CRUbETURNER LOIS EINDLEY BOBBY FRENCH JIMMY HOLCOMB MARVA NELL LUSK HARRY FRANK MADDIN 1RAVIb VERRIWETHER MARY B MORJAN JO ANN MUCKLEROY CHARLCIE REYNOLDQ IAMEb M RICEARDEON IARRY RIX BETTY ROGERE MAXINE SHEFFIELD WANDA DINOLEIARY DOROTHY VININu CHARLED WILbON uERALD WOOD F 3 IN fx li 'I 'X 1 s-A A"" K Q 'I I Q? 5 65' 'X mf W if if Y K X I j! ,ff g' JUNIORS OF 216 AND 47 PRESIDENT ,........... .DAVID DANHEIM V105-PRRSfm',v1A .......... COTTON SPEARS SECWTHY'T-WAURW ....... NELLEVA MORGAN SPUNSOF ........... .MRs. ANOLA MARTIN SPONSOQ . ......... . .MRs. TED MOORE W unlors are hav1ng a hard tlme keeplng up wlth all of our many dlfferent bJects u we o a b tue tlme nool 1n1s e shall ha completed a group of Sat1SfaCt0fy ones W are lO0k1Hg forward to be1ng e to step lnto the present Sen1ors shoes wlth as much d1gn1ty and trlendll ness as they have presented We want t be a credlt to the Qf8CEd1Dg and future benlor Class s E m E GEN 9 313 :min ' E9 I I 5' Z S e J i . . su ' , b t h p, th t y ' l sc' is f' ' hed, w ve E . I . abl ' ' ' '. X ' . o A . rsxeg. 3- 2 Ai I f 2 U - Y 9 EA X ? ,E ' Y E ' 4 . - un N 1 A lquv' 2 fl F1 A A A ' e A 3 A M A ie lei ugh .a.1.111"-f1flA,NwLAA JAMES BLANTON MILBURN BOGGS DIMPLE J. BURROWS MARY R. BUTLER MURIEL CORLEY DAVID DANHEIN EMMA JEAN DARTAR MARIE DUNbMORE FRED FERRIS KENNETH Fox ALLINE GEORGE ZELDA HAMB LORETIA HEATH RAEBURN JONES BILLY JOE JONES HUuHES MADDUX NELLEVA MORGAN DEWEY MCLAIN EDWINA PALMER BETTY PEGUES ALLINE PYLE Honey JEAN RANK! THELMA REED NAURIOE SELMAN DOROTHY SMITH EUGENE SPEARS JOHN SOWELL CHARLES TODD GUY DEAN TULLIS DEWEY WILLIAMS BILLY WILSON NORMA WOODDELL BILLY YOUNG BILLY NELSON NORMA WOODDELL BILLY YOUNG ff'Sx -. ,, 'JUNlORS:'-'- 2 5 'sv ni 69 'N '1 f T' lb il gy s M' W JE Avili X ' Y I a I., , ' E f 1 D i I X, J I I , .fgc H !- I. ' , ' c. A QL r . ' 'V - A . Q A A ' 1 u w I J 'hair , 5 il - 'Q-i'. es,- . ' I! Li, ,El 5 I 2 " 1 I f- , 5 1 ' , I V , 1 ': Q K V , A nuff' 'J v- afdfi 'nm "3Tu!al...,x.r,., ,QL SQPHGMGRES AN 4 PRES1DWN' WARNQR UXILEY VI E P?AS1DfNT CIAKFNLF HUbbIN5 5C?MTARY T? ASU BOBBIP LOU ANDRFWS SPOFSO? M155 XDA BANKQ The bopnomore ClaSs ot 1946 1947 IS 4m01t10US vroup ot J and g1r Q Bes1des our xcademlc tfd1H1HU we are a deflnlte part of all 8XtfdCUFf1CUL3T aCt1V1t1eS me f our ooy5 are on t e football team and we are reprebented 1n the iootball sponsor group W reallze that the next two years of school wlll be our hardest and we are prepar1ng 1 r W hope to follow, graceiully, boththe JUH10fi and bCD10f9 -af Jil AMD 'ami QF 2+ 'D o7 SW. ' - .J EER.. L . ,'S SPONSOR ......... .MR. TED MOORE an ' " ' O ' oys ' ' lx. . 2 . 4. . by . . , I S0 0 Q h e - ' - ' ' ' 'o it. e wx f 'X sf'- 'C9 'F 0- BOBBIE LOU ANDREWS WARNER BAILEY JAMES E BLACK MARY NELL BLACK OTHO BLACK DORIS BLANTON DOROTHA BISHOP BERNICE BOSTICK HELEN BUCKNER DWIGHT CAMPBELL VAN CAMPBELL JACK CRIPPEN JAMES RAY DUNSMORE ELVIS FELDER MARY ELLEN FRENCH BARBARA GROGAN FYRNE HARVEY EARL HICKS CLARENCE HUGGJNS MILTON JACKSON SYBLE SLOYD LETA ms LOWERY BEVERLY MADDUX ZULA MAE MCCLAIN 1051293 MOAKE MAX OWENS MATTIE D PERSONS HARRY ROBBINS GLORIA ROSS CHRISTINE SHOFNER SARA STRIBLING DOROTHY WILSON HOBBY WOODS ROBERT WRIGHT CHESTER YOUNG SGP!-IQMGRES J! XQAVA M f' KLA 1 lu 1. m 1 B . I www 34, A"-1 h etc Avant: bl A pf if ,W ,f"" V f, W , , ,iff I . 2 9 .. -.-N-.Q-an E 1221, , X 'Fw 4:-I I U PRES!-IMEN BILLY mm MLLIAMN mn KF ,mm cxowm W WNI' P the Prebhman Qlass are glad 1D Alto H1Jh bchoo Dur1nJ all our School l1ie we h1ve seen 100k1HJ forward no Freqh en ow hat m 0 th t lmf we are looK1ng forward to great C11CVPm9Ht a d to when we w1ll be t e N H1OTb ot IQOO 5 lecte careful AH hlsely, 1 h as our Frebhman FdV0fl 1 r 11118 our NOI'1lC LZ J' 55 f Q PJ, if f'Ff Q N. P,w.1,'j,'.Q1'k'f ..... . ' 1' 'I " .Af V111 Pf3ffDiiF ....... IJ9" ,LLY 7dIiiTAxQ '... ...... .'.. ' L Q ' .iP7NJ V? ......... MR.1 MOU ,H'CED Q W., 1 ,N ' J , ' , to he . , 'O ' l. ' 5 b .. Y K 1 A . O to the time when we ' uld De , v m . N t we have co e t a t s , ' A er A I , , , n ' , h -we ' X -- . Wu uf d, ly d ' Pe,gy 'elly g 1 ' 'te K1 l and Billy Fred W' ' ms as Fa' ', Hoy. Q CD ,. W 3 x ,ff CO 35,57 h i Sip 4 , ERMA LEE BLACK R L BRO KS ZYLVIA BYRD BILLY CATES CURTIS CHOATE EARL CLARK J M CRAWFORD LAvoN CREEL IIMMY CROSBY ICE CRUSETURNER JAMES DOVER GENENE FELDER BERNIE FULTS DENVIL HARRISON J D HENDERSON AVON RAY HENDRICK PEGGY KELLY JEANETTE KIMBRELL GERALDINE MADDUX ROBERT MILLER TERRY MOORE HELEN POE THOMAS POWER ANITA RAMSEY WALTER REYNOLDS JACK RICHARDSON DAVID ROARK MARGIE SINCLETARY BOBBY SKEETERS WILLIAM E SOWELL GERALD STEED HERLAND STEED BONNIE SWOPE ANN TERRELL JOYCE VANN BILLY FRED WILLIAMS MARLENE SFRICKLAND PRES!-IMEN 1 1. v I 0 . . O X s 'Q 1 ' 5- , A Sql: f . ' W v - 3. .4 fn 9 - 1 l 5 n - y A L A 7 - Y ' BILLY RAY JOHNSON al' Q - IEIHHII Y as K A ' C I , A 1' - .4 ff -1-' f 5 . , 4 ' 4 5 Q 'Y X l U- 9 9. A A lYlx N is ilIIII'Il -D COD -1:4 9 1- nw 11 www fl E Q AMW ihmr WGN Y hw .em Mgtjbdo-057 JERRY YQX WLM QQAUQWY fig 15? JAMES KQHARDSON FAVGRITES av' an N... 31' BILLY GE NE YOUNG' NELLEVA MORGAN 'nd' urs' DORIS BLANTON JAMES IQYDUNSMORE T 1: I BILLY FRED WILLIAMS K PEGGY KE LLY , I """'-' In ur In " , ,, . 4..,. , I ,l I W X Xa Y I 'S - I 'FLT If K 9 X "f" If Q 1- , M t' Q I qi I , A f'-PY' fr Q, 4. 6 1 bl TED MOORE of 1ts coaches, none have excelled or equalled our present coach Ted Moore, ln work, 1nfluenee, and true fr1endl1ness Hrs d1l1gent leadersh1p has produced good teams and clean games Every Yellow acket w1ll test1fy that h1s moral 1HSQ1fat10H encouragement and fr1endsh1p, b th on t fleld of play and off have been a real help 1n develop1ng a good morale and a wholesome team sp1r1t Under ir Moore's leadersh1p, the Alto Yellow Jackets won the D1Stf1Ct LD 1942 and came near belng B1 D1Stf1Ct Champ1ons 1D the same year He 18 t1reless 1n h1s efforts to make each team a better operated and more perfect func t1on Mr Moore teaches Blology and bcrence 1D h1s spare t1me, andeveryone 15 agreed that he 1S as good an rnstructor as coach de w1ll long oe remembered and apprec1ated by those wno Know h1m . 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