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PROPHECY OF SENICR
CLASS OF 1957-58
The future looks bright for the '58 graduates of Alto High. Upon one glance into tomorrow, we see
that each member of this class has done well for himself. If you would like to have a quick view of
these prosperous looking citizens, come with me, and I will give you a glimpse of tomorrow---
Upon walking down the streets of Alto, which has grown in size to 30, 000 people, the first thing that
meets our eye is a great scientific laboratory. Upon coming closer, we see C. H. and Louie, both wear-
ing long white aprons and glasses, trying to invent something which will bring back that Part of the world
Charles Cummings so willingly destroyed. Sue Tullis is their secretary.
Walking on, we see one of a great number of Lyon's Chain Stores. Dwight has taken over his father's
business, and he and Glenda are trying to decide which of their sons should get it after their death.
Gloria, the class beauty, now owns a beauty shop, famous the world over. However, this shop is run
by Mildred Mason because Gloria feels that she is needed at home with the children.
As we go on, we see a Radio and TV Shop, and we soon discover that Carroll Todd's life-long dream
came true as he now owns his own shop.
The next thing to catch our eye is a huge, modern office building. Inside, with his feet on the desk,
we find Jerry McCarty, Mayor of Alto. ln the adjoining office is his private secretary, Jo Marie Ash. Io
has become one of Alto's most prominent career women, but it looks as if she may give this up to become
the wife of the famous baseball player, Kenny Williams. Kenny is now playing with the Big League Alto
Jackets, a team which has won the World Series for the past five years.
Pam and Hazel, the class wits, now live side by side in little vine covered cottages. Pam is still
trying to learn Plane Geometry in her spare time, and Hazel is busy taking care of their children.
As we go on, we see a large dress shop owned by the famous dress designers, Patsy Todd and Alva
Black. At the colmter, buying a Todd-Black original is Mary Ann. She rnust be well-dressed if she is to
keep up with her employer, Bobby Wallace. Bobby always liked to hunt, and now he guides many tourists
over East Texas hills. Mary Ann takes care of the business end of the deal.
A theatre now catches our eye. Printed on the front is NOW SHOWING---MARY CARPENTER. Mary
is the idol of teen-age boys the world over with her singing.
Now we reach the outskirts of Alto and see many beautiful homes. Glenda lives in the first one and
has settled down to a happy married life. Upon asking who built these homes, we find that it is Doug
Smith. He has been offered large sums to work in London, but he feels that he is needed at home.
Now we see a crowd of teen-age girls. A closer look tells us that they are after Wallace Gayle, the
world's most handsome man.
Driving on we see a race track owned by David Scott who always loved racing. Upon a hillside there
is a huge ranch house owned by Gary Dominy, the richest man in the world. Jo Ann, his wife, is Alto's
most important society woman.
We leave Alto now, but as we leave the radio announces that Jerry Gilcrease has just been named All-
American, and he will soon honor his home town with a visit.
So you can easily see that never before has there been a more successful group than these 1958 Seniors.
They have really put Alto on the map and made it one of America's leading cities. Now we come back
to the present, but with happy thoughts because we need not worry about the future of this class.
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JO MARIE ASH
Class Favorite 4
Class Officer 3
Student Council 2,3
Annual Staff 1, 2,3, 4
Assistant Drum Major 2
Majorette 2, 3, 4
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Homemaking Officer 2
Hornemaking 1, 2, 3, 4
CON NIE BLACK
Homernaking 1, 2
Homernaking Officer 1
Library Staff 3
FREDDY GENE CHOATE
Choir 2, 3
FFA 1, 2,3
FFA Officer 2
Football 1, 2, 3, 4
Football All-District 4
Track 1, 2
ALVA JOY BLACK
Annual Staff 1, 2, 3, 4
Band 1, 2, 3
Band Officer 1
Flag Bearer 2, 3
Hornemaking 1, 2
Class Favorite 2
Most Popular 3
Miss A. H. S. 4
Class President 1
Head Cheerleader 4
Band 3, 4
Paper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4
Class President 2, 4
Class Vice President 3
Student Council 1-4
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Football 1,2, 3, 4
Track 1, 2,3,4
FFA Officer 1
FFA 1, 2, 3
FFA Officer 1, 2, 3
Football 2, 3, 4
Track 2, 3
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