Alto High School - Stinger Yearbook (Alto, TX)

 - Class of 1951

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Ener this 1951 edition of the STINGER. - 2 X X .5- Srl 2:0 0zz'2'x - . Z N- . .WX 'Lf -b 51-- ,1"' - 'll " 5 N 111 ' ' "N Z' if V l 1 ',,,i,l,,,,, , Dear student body: In this half-way mark of the nineteenth century, we glance back- ward and marvel at the almost incredulous progress made since the turn of the century. Where do you come into this retrospection? How does it affect you? It is your task to take these contributions and use them to benefit humanity. In completing the next half of this glorious age, you will determine how effective these contributions shall be. You will meaf sure the worth of the United Nations, the A-Bomb, the H-Bomb, and numerous other scientific discoveries. If these instruments are used for peace and progress, you will have been a successful generation. If you dispel hatred with love, fear with confidence, force with rea- son. and distrust with faith in the eternal God, then you will have met the challenge and solved the problem. You will have bequeathed to posterity a heritage dedicated to the principle of understanding, loving, and appreciating each other in a world of change and adjust- ments. May all of you, my student friends, in your sphere of life's acti- vities, wherever it may be, dedicate yourselves to this principle of worthy and useful living. Sincerely, FACULTY N u . EARL CUMMINGS BEN BRANCH HELEN QUARLES IRENE RA MSEY MISS WATTERS ANOLA MARTIN NELLIE SINGLETARY JOHNNIE HARGROVE ,gy S ? TED MOORE JO ROBERSON DELIA BOWEN ERNA MERRIWETHER v-as ge 'vi VIRGINIA ENER JIM THORN RUTH WILLIAMS VERLINE DA NHEIM Aiif nl 'E ,- +4 N 151,71 A y ,V 'i xv ll SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ill CLASS MOTTO "Here We Launch, Where Shall We Anchor?" CLASS FLOWER: CLASS COLORS: Sweetpea Green and White We, the Senior Class of 1951, would like to say "Thank You" to Alto High School Thinking back, it hardly se e ms possible that our four years of high school have passed so quickly, that this is our commencement year and our turn to receive a diploma. It is with mingled pride and sentiment that at la st we find our names and pictures in the senior section of THE STINGER, and that, as seniors, we may enjoy all the privi- leges and responsibilities which are ours. With deepest appreciation for our school, we, after this year, bid Alto High School goodbye and begin a new chapter in our live s by becoming good citizens in the World of Tomorrow. BILLY DONALD EA RL CHARLES PAULINE RALPH BALL BURT CLARK COOPER COVINGTON DORIS CHARLES AARON EDWIN CAROL LEE FELDER FLETCHER G RNER GLENN EVANS I BOBBY I-IOIJC OMB I Mi. 'Y' :B nnli 'X 0 - f' ...Q f 3 . f , 1 JIMMY MOSES NJ i I MAXINE PARRISI-I -.. 1 f g 55' A -,,-o , ...f .-M, I 14 . ' In "ei . - 9 Buddy Woods Reporter s Kenneth Collins Ginger Stevens Vice-Pres. Secretary Junior Class of 1950-51 Class Motto: "Rowing, not Drifting" Class Flower: Yellow Rose Class Colors: Blue and Gold We, the Juniors of Alto High School, have worked hard these eleven years to maintain our positions in high school. Hard workers prosper by their efforts. Carol Blanton President Marie Adams Lottie Allen Mary Lee Allen James Bland Carol Blanton Harold Blanton Ann Brooks Kenneth Collins Kenneth Corley Sara Covington Cleo Crenshaw Teddy Crosby Roy Cumby Jeanean C ummings Faye Dover Elbert Ray Fults Bennie Gardiner Mona Germany Carol Lee Glenn Ruby Hanvy Tommie Hester Marvin Hester Frankie James Charles Jeter Larry Marshman Joe Miller Edna Phillips Harold Max Rice Patricia Smith Anola Smith Ginger Stevens James Worley Buddy Wood Doyle Hanvy fSoph.J JU ICJRS 1,15 l li r if i lf E J, .., S.. E - .2 .,z.i , f' xx. I f . 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' , .V 1 Q E Q r ,L .r K-f XP . ,Q 3 Y ' X . .- A X I " ' 4. ' X, l 5 N. A : ' , V 1 U Xl l .i:i,. A I , - ' " ' " :L f' .. -5 nfnnis 'S it Q' , 1 A . N 'es .il' L' S 'P A . in 1 M , sg V. Q , x- . I I'l"'P., my X Robert McClure Frances McGaughey Nell Mize Lee Mize Pauline Muckleroy Charles Page Edwina Powell Tracie D. Pearman Eva Person Billy Joe Power J. L. Pyle Annie Lee Reese Joseph Roark Patsy Rogers James Selman Virginia Schochler June Stevens Glenda Turner Beth Wilson Henry M. Tullis ff v ivf l T7 7 Motto: "Finish what you attempt. " Colors: Blue and Yellow Flower: Yellow Rose CLASS OFFICERS x-'fy--f Terry Koraska-Vice President Shirley Lenard -Reporter Mary Evelyn Payne-Secretary James Daniels-President John Ellis Allen Thomas Allen Dorothea Baugh Evaline Black Shirley Black John Blank Charley Bridges Bobby Chapman La Vonne Collins June Cooper Leroy Corbin Nellie Cornwell Bruce Cumby Patsy Ann Cummings James A. Daniels Earl Dover Kenneth Dover David A. Engledow Syble Marie Fitts Frances Foreman Glenda Gayle Marjorie Hahn Maggie Hardy Harlen Harrison Leo Hicks James E. Holcomb Jay Nita Holcomb Larry Holcomb Ay Q'Y'V.f NOT - SHOyg,'N 'A' 1 SFX Mm k I f f s mx, -E ff' J Y ' sr 4 V . 1 . 1 VN ,O a g, lp, if xh'n'.' Jack Holder Ouida Jo James Don Koraska Terry Koraska Jo Lawson Shirley Lenard Floyce Lindsey Don Mart Love Carrol Maddux Truett Maddux Ruthie Pearl Manier Bobby Martin Joyce Miller Jimmie Morgan Elmina Mynard Billie McCullough Kent McCullough Mary Evelyn Payne Dorothy Perkins Zelma Price Albertine Quarles Ruth Mary Ramsey Mildred Rice Patricia Schochler Glenda Smith Joy Ann Smith Sunny Terrell Z W 5259? wus, r N 'S v A E 4 I ,WP I YQ ' ' 'k 5 EIGHTH GRADE Mr. .lim Thorn ,fy , ltifl. v'-'P'f'k1'H-'v.4. .1 WK I Y - SEVENTH GRADE Mr. J. T. Grammar l ll Y X x is-. N-'X ' . .w l .j-,QWPL xx-- 'Aq- .-. s . ,SN 1.2.3, X-fr. V X: 4 Ka s.. K- mp 31, 'll Ill n a- l x K 0 'l J l :Y ' 442- .. P' v,5xx:..,:.f,.f yxmggg.-af ' - V .. ,.. , - ,, , fulfil,-X - -' , f' - l 'X SIXTH GRADE Miss Nellie Singletary -W v ,, SIXTH GRADE Mrs. Helen Quarles 11 ,ff FIFTH GRADE Mrs. Delia Bowen Fill 4 ll Sri' g I FOURTH GRADE Miss Ruth Williams THIRD GRADE Mrs. Irene Ramsey f Q 1 5 1 Qin. 5 THIRD GRADE Miss Edith Hendric ks Rx "Qi Qilj -Pg. X- ' . 'f.C"':- T., ,g -1 X I . .. - mtfjirx ..........u.....-.... ..-4, .Qw- If Q M 51 Q i be I A , - -a y X k 'f a X Q Having Lunch THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES l 2 ll- I - , ll , ga QT V i Ma i . M ffl? iff g 1 l -. - - Q M D 'K - , if i l E . - f - 'A 1 ' 1 . . . l Q . K x, , . ,, . b ,S , ' , ' W c Q u 'N B s wi ' W Q 5 A X '-:U-AWA" - -vp.. SECOND GRADE Mrs. Jim Hargroves -,V-S -.4 fin A .- , 15. 4- . I FIRST GRADE Mrs. Ema Merriwether 'ir ', . ,n,, 'K .494 1. V . 1 -Y. . I, I FIRST GRADE Mrs. A. E. Danheim Q 9! 3 SCHOOL 0. IIYWIUITVRB 9 P94096 QV o sl F X I X f X 'N- PN 1, PX 6 vw N9 vc' 6 F2046 535 Q-Q. fa, fb 'fm----W' 15 l 9 ! CHARLES COOPER R M 1-LQ M fs-...E ' W if fr O I Q U 0.1: ' N .I i -M J U NIO L AARON FLETCHER UNIO 3 GINGER STEVENS af? ll 'HER' is' HARLEAN MADDUX , ...l 1- - 3-5. So no mane- Fnvomrss ffsjx 'Q 'Q .Mn Q E, M, , , K M. ,Q LW' X JOHNNIE FELDER mf ,912 ,' ii S-fi nw nl ITI9 sHuu.EY LENARD I I wr TERRY KORASKA 'Q 5 sa as Q ' A ?V.x4 X 6 lv ?"' ,5- ANZ .f J f Y ' 4' ln? ,,,, xg' .3 W. K I ,.y,,,, JM X .XX , x Us 'Q ' 1 3 COMING FAVORITES Clyde Arden Weaver Donna Sammons Donny Wood Sammy Harrison Sara Lee Lindsey Gerald West Sonja Bauman Billy Brooks Nancy Boyd Billy Ousley Georgia Terrell Jim Ousley Io Marie Ash Wallace Gayle Richard Townley Edna Ruth Morgan Mary C. Decker William Donald James Ford Johnson Alle ne Van Q I., Q' fl 1+ s A s M 2114 W' l la . J. as N. A N. G 'vu fs :L , I Q B - is i Q , 'F .f ' sg . wi 5 if K Y: g. s I n',,-iii, y H Q.l:,. ' Vu d"r if i I f'- ri my 1 m .1 l' 1 ' ' ' fiwrfs '-6.11H.kf',1if 931-:I - +R. I. imra, ..v. F . -f-. 4 N' r ,9,.. 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' :f 1 251.11 Q. 1 ij ..L., 1 .,,47 'E-11552 I ri '-:'ffQr1'?pg , 1 "' 1 7 '-3, ii! :TGI ' V 1 -f-VL., ,Q-1- ,. . -W, 1, ,..g1q-3 Us . 1' 1 --1 'fkiw' gt, 4 1-' - " .if 1: 5 TED MOORE Coach Elkhart Rusk Crockett Huntsville Fairfield Grapcland Livingston Madisonville 'I Arp 6 Q, CHARLES COOPER I Law Y 1 P lb P-1 1 Alto Alto Alto Alto Alto Alto Alto Alto Alto E. R. R, T R. G. C G. L L L Q. R. H " L-wr F .T. .Ee B. QB: atcfu .,-K .J V- "' L H. Qfmfwf I I I . ,M I '-as-a-rv 4a..,,- . 3 W I X, K 2' N- 8 W' K IL ' W '- L: 'nw -Z.. " .ma QIQHQ- T' '1 ."H"'E'?C.1-A-viffv 'fxvyf 5 'M' I' .M " 'I -- .91-xx . N, U.: W... 1 Wsiikhs FLETCHER RICE COOPER DANIELS ROGERS COLLINS MADDUX MCINTYRE BLANTON ALLEN KORASKA L L . O W I I W' '?'W L?"l'1 'I ,a,a,W, ,I 'AM' . 1 i 6 B LV.. ., V' an - ' ,ig wx ,WG - M-L V.::Hi'nri'aV ., Q - ' I.. . -Q I X - Xsggg-' f, ki '1 '1rf4i... ,. In - A ,.... .i.1 ., sq .-in R,E, WORLEY R.T. SELMAN R. G. HESTER C, BLAND L,G. BALL L T. ROARK L,E. CUMBY Q.B, Powsk R.H. FELDER F B. HOLDER L.H, PERMAN 4 Ai' Z LOTTIE ALLEN FootbaH Sponsor CHEERLEADERS ll 4. WEST SIDE PANTHERS E ' ,. it " T .i N4 ,f - L ',aa21,a2Si2i'LES": X ALLENE PHOEBE JERRY BILLY LEE VAN QUARLES Moons BLACK ll? 'x .,54,,a 0 0 8 a- p' Q .ts -- ..- XL ph s V L fltd .X . S DOYLE OLAN LUSK BLACK E 'gg 0 I . qv- . I . ' "'f'?,' LL, 1' 'S' .. N -,N Q. ,. L 'fx' .f af WSH"-.Wie 4,-L-, x"L' . M "aiu ,ky S2 Lf' EAST SIDE BULLDOGS b...,5f 7 ,Wf-s SBA fg 41,51 X Z 2 villas STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: President--Charles Cooper Vice President--Buddy Wood Secretary-Treasurer--Lottie Allen Reporter--Grace Miller Seated: Tracie D. Pearman, Grace Miller, Charles Cooper, Lottie Allen, Buddy Wood. Standing: Cleo Crenshaw, J. C. Selman, Beth Wilson, Ruth Mary Ramsey, Leroy Corbin. DEMOCRACY IN ACTION C Yl r Dickey l 'lmmie r bl oinsr to that e would get 5 'G Ann too- d Hoods Q., 9 'U' eflj D G v""' J, 01, K at 06 O 9 t ofa 'C '70 Jae yle Ie nn 'S 7.590 -:Af in -I 'S' X o 2 3 S 'J n 3 gg in Z Mus. B. N. ENER EARL FILARK .T HMMIE MOSES 5 S rd 2 p m Spgngor Ed1IOI Editor O E O an . 'c.. se - 5 Cm' Q ooanullol EJ, Q Q' :asf +1 Patsy Landrum H . pa ,ffm QQ Q Robert N1cClure vp 3 o gs, 3 QP 6 o Charles D. Feldersf 3 '54 Q 'L' cn Ep Harold D. Heath ' 2- f-4 M- cn au o :J " "J W9 '3 73 H mdzp Buddy vvoodgwvggn rn 8 Sq-'mm Vho' Who...............Ginger StevenQ,,,,.,,..f, ,H . ms-.-H ?ads and Fashions.Virginia Schochler'-g gd Em 'SBSH ieportersn..............Uoris Allen c.: QQ o lv 3 ,Q U7 Mary L. Allen Beth wilson 15? QC-Ea 8 13 cn "f-4 od Glenda Gayle Lottie Allen ' m F3 .2232 Q, Hrt Editor.. .. .. .Marie Adams : rf org E255 0 'm an 'g tf'F.u Reporter. . . . . . .Billy Ball . md 'If ln gl Q1 LQ Q 'O o o c u 0 s u u o 0 :H-Ilby E if 3.5 'S 2,2 hxchange hLditors.......5nirley Brooks ,.b"-ion nmie says he is definitely no+ HOV C'm'n" 'Q' '32 going to be a woman-hater. He thinldarlean, was the C813 3 5 he would miss half of the fun of bin or dig go! wa t sos 28 The Future Homemakers Carol wore a ood' 0 K ng QOY' W f'me1'S enjoyed 3 Chili Tl-IGSGHY. Vohnny Felders who was lunch room Fridstddsv while Thomas 'sday night, could 2 teacher indly' 'P1 school Q is gkgoyg 5 M' F THE wJ -Hn Jag mV lcsts w. cv Q O E vo of 01. 9,043 r-1 F1 bit-'UG gag gg ey are gi.-ii 32 nfs S bf C' bf XJ, Q ts oi 'NIJ DW, 5 ,,, s to KD Ui' , 'Z Q E 'D SP4 3 ' Uzz STAFF ' v - Q O ,, JACKETSB .ottle and Jomq E111 'SES tie egltoxuof O , . are alwoys seen arour 374 S, he Jeoxet s Buzz. Thls 1S con- toward lunch time. ALTO HIGH SCHOOL BAND BEN BRANCH The Alto School Band became an established part of the activities of Alto High School in 1950. Uniforms came a bit late for a good 1951 band year--but they camel V A 6-Af t W. SUE LLOYD X . - Lf x X iw W ' 2 R ,,-, . f , U ly 'ELI M I M fi A J O GLENDA SMITH HARLEAN MADDUX ANN BROOKS 066,-4 ' M if-jfirgi . ..', JW I b.',.V A f g V. ..:, - AVP' ' X 'N 5 3, .W f I 5 'E g '. Xx x ' n Ag , JAMES G. MCINTYRE . 2 .1 1 1. A Ar , ' f CHARLES L. PAGE DON KoRosKA 'I ' 1 -I .-- 5 Q'o'Os:x4 my X W' Z-gf-sf" " MOTTO" Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve X WA 1 X X all ' ta ' fa Q? f , 4- 'TI-1' Q T BOBBY HOLCOMB 10 9 :FFA ' ' ep .. 5 WX DORIS EVANS 493 ' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Q 5 lex 1: W K . Q 116.355-,'i1e Q F .. R x .mf R gflim f . .-wg OFFICERS ALTO HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY STAFF I. ff:-., . . M f g if Yi i . s 555 ALTO PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION fi, 4 Fi? -ei 1 Lf' 'J NT vsgsq, 1:5 af 'N i'O 1 '., il'-1' E 52 A J pup M' ff 'W w'K3 ,Ma Qi, aj! E X2 Q .,.. , A V N-3 .4 504 AX fxj, E '15' '75 ifsm: gf' -ffl CAFETERIA AGRICULTURE BUILDING I -ws, . AL S UNC LE TOM .l v"""'q w Q M CAFETERIA x ... , 5-47 1 1 5 . ip-14, 0 C: 'UD , HAGAZI M hz. 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