Alto High School - Stinger Yearbook (Alto, TX)

 - Class of 1959

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buasf anfyesfamenf Qsenzbr GQSS 1959 We, the Senior Class of 1959, being of good health and sound of mind, do declare, that on this day as we leave the halls of A,H.S,, this is to be our last will and testament. We do solemnly declare that the sole heirs and benefactors of our last written words are the Junior Class of 1959. The president of the Senior Class, Marshall Ray Bynum leaves his outstanding ability never to be heard in class to Carlton Jones and Tony Tullis, in hopes that they will take heed. Hallene Allen leaves her witty remarks and winning smile to Pansy Ruth King and Joyce McGaughey, so that they might brighten the paths of those around them. Jerry Corbin leaves his ability to forget many important figures concerning the business part of the Annual to Mike Felder in hopes he might profit by Jerry's mistakes. To Renna Todd and Barbara Harris, Melvin Hahn leaves his skillful management of conducting his own classes in the office. To Jimmy Brunt, he leaves his position at the Humble Station so that Jimmy might attract many new customers. Jo Ann Findley leaves the problem of editing the Annual to Carolyn Jeter so that Carolyn might heed Jo's advice in compiling the yearbook next year. Io also leaves her ability to have a cluttered locker to Birda Dixon, with best wishes on finding anything in her locker. Martha Moses leaves her ability never to say the right thing or to talk at the proper time to Jalna Whiteman in hopes she will profit by Martha's bungles. To Ethelda Black and La Verne lvie, she leaves her job as study hall keeper and school librarian. J To Robbie Robinson and Linda Collins, Shirley Derrett, leaves the facts, formulas, and figures of Algebra, which she never knew or has since forgotten, David Rice leaves his ability to always get in trouble with Mr. Williams to Tommy Cummings and Billy Doyle Lindsey, with the old motto, "Three Days or Three Licks. " Sonja Bauman leaves her skillful management as Head Cheerleader in backing the Jackets, to Nancy Boyd in hopes she will receive as much enjoyment as Sonja has experienced. Granville Adams leaves his quiet shy personality to Jerry Felder and Kenneth Ratliff. He hopes that the people arotmd them may have peace. Bennie Ross Lloyd leaves the worries of the Jacket's Buzz to Merry Cosper with the instructions to think of her own by-line. He adds his ability to make wise -cracks in Civics. June Jones leaves her ability to be the perfect housewife to Ida Pearl Haney with expectations that it might be put to use in the near future, Tommy Williams leaves to Gale Baugh his skillful thinking to outmaneuver his opponents in the athletic field. To Foster McClain, Billy Don Maddux leaves his skill in basketball. He also leaves his ability to always have a secret romance, Dannie Felder leaves his ability to laugh and make light of any situation he may face in life. To Ronnie Hendricks is given this honor. - E. J. Holcomb leaves his knowledge of music of the trombone to Barbara French, in hopes she will join the band and go to state. To Lee Rushing, he leaves his ability to charm the girls and keep them in a stew. Mary Jane Grogan leaves her position of paper reporter to Peggy Sue Selman, with the instructions to always have the best gossip. To Dorothy Dover, Ray Covington leaves his ability to always disagree on any subject in hopes she will cause as many disturbances as he has. As the years go by, we, the Senior Class of 1959, hope that the Juniors will treasure these gifts and we sincerely hope we will be remembered at A. H. S. always and forever. ' Signed: The Senior Class



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