Alto High School - Stinger Yearbook (Alto, TX)

 - Class of 1950

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May you cherish its pages throughout the years as it recalls memories of the activities of the Alto High School during the year 1949-1950. The Staff THE STAFF edicdldaa This,the 1950 Stinger is proudly dedicatedto our School Board of Trus- tees. The Board has spent many hours and dollars serving the student body, faculty, and the community. It has done a great job in the responsibility of guiding our school. In appreciation of their efforts we want to present to them this volume of the Stinger. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES MR. J. D. BOONE MR. LEWIS THOMAS S'-IPL Vice Pres. MR. PETE JAMES MR. GLENN DOMINEY MR. L. 0. CAMPBELL MR. TOM BLACK President MR. OSCAR ALLEN MR. O. T. ALLEN ' Treasurer MR. FISHER HARRISON Secretary , f,f ,rf V, I 1 1 l, uw fg if l'6f5 ' f X, Ex ii Rx , ' be - A O If ,W ff -V ,Srl :IX dmlm 3 YT CTT? Q5 QQ ' C N is X 1 R N ft R7 if 4 li Q. 5 wa I is, N gf 1'-7 0 ix' Q. My CC Qi 'QW CU Cas 5 X 20 6, ' x r Q 5 . ation dm! 2177! My dear Student Body: Someone has said, Ult is better to light one small candle than to curse in the darkness.U How right they are! One can complain about his situation in life and never better it, but he who lights the candle, whether small or great, brings cheer and warmth to those about him. The smallest person can complain or quit. It takes a man to dare to brave cheerfully obstacles in his path. we are living in a glorious era during which more progress has been made in fifty years than in all the other preceding ages. How happy we should be to live in this period of enlightenment and under standing. As you participate in the fine art of living during this glor- ious era, light your candle so that you may contribute in service to those about you, and finally, to those who follow in your wake. The candle light in the Alto Public Schools has burned bright- ly. Your efforts produced the light. we are genuinely grateful to each of you who helped to keep the light burning. Let it grow. Sincerely, S C H F o A o C L U L T Y .Tack Nicar Virginia Ener Ted Moore .Tosie A. Watters Earl Cummings Ada Banks Ben Branch Anola Martin .Tim Thorne Nellie Singletary Allene Murchison Helen Quarles Delia Bowen Johnnie Hargrove Irene Ramsey Ruth Williams Edith Hendrick Verline Danhein Erna Merriwether N , ff W N X11 K2 ,, rx R S N J N M 0 j f A: A? 'O Ny w X X ' f Q iw ' vffgx . ,-.A T. M V .L . enior , wg X ,JT CTW Q? Q49 KCN . f I, YN X! 55: K-4 .fi C4 SN it S913 Kc S 'Q Cd aft-Xf .. N Tx Lg I D fy Q Q ?-f XX ws NVQ g-X7 1 Cf lb Class Motto "To be alive in such an Age" Class Flowery Class Colors: Sweetpea Green and White We, the Senior Class of 1949-1950, are glad "to be alive in such an age." As we leave highschool and a happy past to step into our unknown future, we believe we have not reached the end but the commencement of our lives. What these are to be depends in a large measure upon the foundations we have been building in our high school years. We expectgreatthings of ourselves, and in the years to come may our names reflect credit upon dear old Alto High. CLASS OFFICERS Billy Cat8S J. D. Henderson Vice Pres. President .Toe Cruseturner Gerald Maddux Student Council Secretary-Treas. Stinger. Editor Student Council SENIORS R. L. Brooks Zylvia N. Byrd Billy Cates Curtis Choate J. M. Crawford Joe Cruseturner James Dover Genine Felder Sylvia Felder Bernie M. Fults Denvil Harrison J. D. Henderson Avon Hendricks Bill Johnson Earnest Jones 53 it - ,vim Peggy Kelly Geraldine Maddux Robert Miller Terry Ted Moore Kathryn Powell Thomas Power Anita Ramsey Jack Richardson Margie Singletary Ruth Singletary John Bill Smith Herland Steed Gerald Steed Joyce Vann Bill Williams Fifi ! ' S' X 7' vo is R 'N QW, x aff' kv' ' . A N Q ,X XJ, N wwf' .k Nf "' f K f u 9 Q S KX' if qxlvll 4 kd' , QF Q Q, J ,,f' W yifsj- I di JA? unior , ri. V7 Q3 Kg-I 'Q w 55: if 0 x U ,Tw it at P5 :Fw Q 'fw Cd T5 lg? ics x W Ut Xi. X W 7-g' 4 Lb JU ICR CLASS CJFFICERS Edwin Garner Pre s ident James G. McIntyre Student Council Grace Miller Vice-Pres. Patsy Landrum J. and S. Prom Chairman JUNIOR CLASS OF 1949-50 Charles Cooper Sec. -Treas. Janet Rogers Student Council We have set our course "to do every day the best we can" in class and extra curricula activities. We hope to reach the highest standards in this, the glorious Atomic Age. JUNIOR CLASS Edwin Charles Grace Janet James G. Patsy Garner Cooper Miller Rogers' McIntyre Landrum Harold Heath Ioan Helton Bobby Holcomb Jewel Ray Jones Rawls Maddux Edna Maynard James Mason Wanda McClain Jimmie Moses Harold Parker Patty Sue Parker Maxine Parrish Claude Rice J'erry Glenn Rice David Roark Thomas Rogers J. C. Selman La Verne Thrash Sonnie Wallace James Worley Ear Pau Mir Cha Aar Car , N Betty Brooks Donald Burt 1 C lark line Covington Ralph Cumby He llen Cummings ian Faye Dover rles Dean Felder on Fletcher rol Lee Glenn f" f y E92 'I nw R-1 V x, .ex Q , ' S 5 f X Xi: QD? Y 'A, N 2 4 1 , 19 opho Q qsw N QQ L24 F25 'Q , 'NN 5' 23,9 U QIQTAX .F I ' vw Q V 6,6 3 'if CU 1 Elf WC 5 Xa x NN 2-w XXi'j 7-37 Q1 b i' SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Charles R. Wood, Pres. Mary L. Allen, V. Pres. James C. Crenshaw, Sec. Lottie Allen, S. Council Roy Cumby, S. Council Ruby Hanvy Marvin H. Hester Tommie J. Hester Frankie J. James Charles A. Jeter Larry R. Marshman Joseph R. Miller Edna L. Phillips Harold Max Rice Jimmie T. Rogers James W. Selman Anola Smith Patricia L. Smith Ginger A. Stevens Marie Adams Robert Andrews Billy Carl Ball James W. Bland Carol E. Blanton Harold B. Blanton Kathryn Ann Brooks Kenneth O. Collins Kenneth R. Corley Sarah O. Covington .Teannean Cummings Teddy Crosby Elbert Ray Fults Bennie F. Gardiner Mona L. Germany 2 fan I A .,xQf?:'f X Q wi' ii N Q. f . .J n ,, , L :,,lj:1 V ' K K, Wm KA ', , , sg pr 4 Y , X XX 5 K Ky E Q- S X 4 X 90 fb mit INF 3 V95 4 5 C'5 w if ,A- J . gsgfw ii fc j .S I 14 , C4 CR its 3 Q M' ff' 4:55 , . aw K? fc 5 YW " 'N 'aa fd 5 f MF X 5 ff NCQ Q - XXX wi wap 777 ' --x y FRESHMEN Patsy David Tracie D. Doris Billy J' Rogers Felder Pearman Swann Power .tn s,l.5,rw:v-iw ' fiiiffiif sf 2. ---f-- wmgfrizwr 'ff 4, .. . sf' 1, Doris Allen Jane Andrews Garvin Baugh Harold Bostick Shirley Brooks Billy Burrows Dan Cates Perry Chapman Juanita Choate Audine Collins Robert L. Cosper Evelyn Crippen Glen R. Dominey Dovie Dover Johnnie Felder Robert Gayle Bobby Germany Annie L. Haney Alton Hicks Virgil Jackson Jerry Jones Frances Kolb Sue Lloyd wa. V C Lee Mize Nell Mize . Q,-.5 -, . -W Harlene Maddux Pauline Muc kleroy Robert M. McClure Dolores McGaughey Frances McGaughey Charles L. Page Eva Person Joe L. Pyle Annie Lee Reece Billy G. Reynolds Virginia Schochler June Stevens Henry M. Tullis Annie B. Wilson D 4 A if 4 we M L ..S Q. " 252. .r f xiii .. ...Q-, J..-' a Z -M l.. Lx if r ,vb , 9-J. l if x . , 1-f m, - I 1 f. J . "gf ginger. ,try J . ' V, we 133, , A A. . f- ,fi SHHQQQMNMWH 'kwiidqfkqgl lan.. "i'::'j'5:, :N gm Kfiijx Q ig X . le m e n ,Q 'ji I X X ff if ' ,M 5, N' 'R NX ' ig 4 9 DQ, HS Q fi P if wg? XX ',6 0 rgx I 'nl' :J !" M Kg I N1 O D, ,Z ww QCD X X, I my 1 vi A x I fs. L-,D W, ,,, x -PA 4 xx 55. ,J K g I' SIXTH GRADE MRS. HELEN QUARLES FIFTH GRADE MRS. DELIA BOWEN FOURTH GRADE MISS RUTH WILLIAMS THIRD GRADE MISS EDITH HENDRICK Rf ' . ' mauvreusvi FIRST GRADE MRS. ERNA MERRIWETHER FIRST GRADE MRS. A. E. DANHEIM 41' Qc' . 1 4 T f K , ,V X Qu X L Z , X 1 t Xflfw ik! 7 I " F3114 I W CIUOH X , , D Q, k?'1 CW Q? C39 C 5 'Q M ,X 0 N K ,N ,fx X W- 5, -, 'O N Y :TN 92 C65 'W Cd Ui f fl N U 213 M X it 'L:Nti X315 H ALL SC HOO L FAVO ITES I -r TERRYIWOORE PEGGY K ELLY I2 L, BROCDK5 X SENIOR FAVORITES T. ng A 55N1on2 Ls 5 I Hanoi XR p Q wi IVIAKEGIA SINCJLETARY , X Psoov KELLV 45 4 un. HENDERSON HAROLD HEATH JUNIQQ FAVOE11-E5 QJANET ROGERS JUNIOR GRACE MILLER ONOR. JIMMIE MOSES .JT EE FRANKIE JAMES BUDDY WQQD DAVID FELDEI2 BETH WILSON 1950 ELEMENTARY FAVORITES By popular vote these students, representing the first through the eighth grades, were elected 1950 favorites. .Tack Floyce Betty R. L. Martha Holder Lindsey Moses Cherry Payne .Terry Mary C. William D. Wallace Sue Moore Decker James Gayle Boyd Robert Sonja Rena Sue Hermes E. Jalna Marshman Bauman Brunt Payne Whiteman Jimmie Gerald Sara Lee Richard Sandra Brunt West Lindsey Bearden Simmons ffl' , JI ,g ux Q F , Q W w- ,X li fx 2 Q I A K x ' V my u Qg ' M ' l v thleti Q k?'1 iw 0 W .'-'iz Eg? I O Kfj Q5 , N Nw YQ: ff ,Tx 5 lt x wa :K V an N H 1, fi' s EQ CU Ti f c 5 X4 U ew Xki'j 'SI X V Gb S Ted Moore Coach Sonnie Wallace Avon Hendrick Manager Manager .Tones Worley Fletcher Power Bostick Fults Rogers THE YELLOW JACKETS OF 1949-1950 Cumby Maddux, Sponsor Brooks Power, Captain Hendrick, Mgr. Glenn McIntyre Cates Cooper Wallace, Mgr. Maddux Moore Henderson Collins Steed Cruseturner Johnson Rice Blanton Selman Coach Moore m K I Co Captams Blister-H The Yellow Jackets of 1949 had a very successful season, havmg won 4 out Alto 7 Groveton ZZ Alto 25 Corngan 0 Alto 7 Crockett 33 Alto 6 Grapeland 0 J Alto 0 Huntsville 47 Alto 7 Madisonvllle Z1 I Alto Z0 Tr1n1ty 7 Four Year Letterman Joe Cruseturner One Year Rawls Maddux R. L. Brooks Bernie Fults James Oswalt Kenneth Collins James Selman Presentation of Gifts ddux V 1 3wMaM Q5 fc9'7b0c9'ZJ 12, av? 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Q 'KV X Q 5 ' ' -A ..,.ms.-,ui , , .iff . wi wfffr , nw .-Q13 uw 2,4 1 gg ,. wie, ww Pictured above fLeft to Rightfz Janet Rogers, Billy Powers, Lottie Allen, J'oe Cruseturner, Terry Moore, Geraldine Maddux, Jack Nicar, Charles Cooper, James Mclntyre, Doris Swann, Roy Cumby. President Terry Moore V. President Charles Cooper Reporter Doris Swann Sec. Treasurer .Terry Maddux STUDENT COUNCIL The only life goal really worth while is a group goal-that of service-of contri- buting to the welfare of those about us. Working in groups, being able to meet de- feat, accepting responsibilities, being able to appreciate the problems of a group, and learning to cooperate are examples of citizenship training and democratic living experienced by and through the Student Council. .Uma The Student Council met in r session, Thursday, January 19, es were read and The minut JACKETS 1 la 23652 4 1111 appr QQUET 30181 The sponsor of the footbal nvites the nigh school to the ' mnaghf at the S C Lion ' f IN "9 REG! 1 H rla Y F- 3122 Sieed Cie gf' ssszo nom. QUE: ?ficia1 swe ' - 2' 'U U9 rv 1 :was nq the ww 'EE "3"Jf,' is-ig crownre F1 Af Q1 Es.. 2 E, gig .eed will b ' Q SS gig C2 an Gfapelafld he A1' as wo1 gg QLUQQ XMINATIONS 1I'St hc ' s " ue sea mln Lb gfycg.-CI 4- someone Dlto QC Edlfor the E ' QED +6u"5:f TS' BUZZ , lab e to score. " ,. 60 EE will Know Gliczjftiier METHODIST? CHURCHF Robert Miller HE discussion L GKUW fO APPEAR AT N Outh C Typist ,ui-jg her classes ORA QA' 5, "-1 R C 912: NH 15" -,U lug o WSU! Ov?-Um Q7 QHL, Q 61-S 012693 5 Q ,UQ BAND T0 G0 To GR M? fs 3 Us F1255 000. emo, 5 S022 mf-US AND FAS ig .N sg' On Uden T CO 'mia ,Sq-5' w VJ sting discusf' lags- . fwmg' 13 Q,..fZ'UJ Ifldients bee A1220 Q 310, EE Sr Foot came 1' ALP i+c.J1f 53' ffw 3? YS' Much 8' or inn r5'gA'3f' . 'D-5, The typing class is sweatsfqv Q' ,inf ,Ops bett hier elm' Q wgglg Constitution. Poor Kids.N 3 Eg' P153 to gi el' te Dfgfgcwgg S-. 'S Alto scored when Moo?-e gf .Su gl, 'V 1V16,,2Ve the-'12 tb '15, gl-fqgglbnpg 0 letcher after a long pasgy Qc: 'ffl-,ed He 4 t wjlem oo an Ou :ffm A 'Q W3 Q m w QF. F. A. BOYS Go? 01:15 B' Al Oo,-6 012 me 1 nf, Iwo: E'ul J is 5' 2,0 Q ' Eg'-1 1-n.. Gnd ken e atm 1 :mg UI Q 0 ta 0-I JD' cd ,D 59 m J- co cv :I S v-x o ff 3 'HF 5 5 S F5141 4 N UQ 2 99 'W 0 N Q q Pj . 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