Altus Senior High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Altus, OK)

 - Class of 1923

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NVe wish to make this a history of the year, an inseparable friend, and an invaluable treasure. There have been lessons-heed themg ther: have been pleasant memories-cherish them: there may have been mistakes-profit by them. lf these pages luring to you that spirit of sunshine. the spirit of eternal youth: thit spirit of the Southwest, the spirit of Altus-Q then we are richly rewarded. w' '2?'1T,, A,-wit, "t"r'llugaifiw J fr Kuff A i. A-t 'Q ld Q E" 'V 'W Y' Fl Dedication TO MISS NELLIE WATERMAN, A. B. ENGLISH Sympathetic teacherg kind advisorg effici- ent managerg a true blue sport, marked for unbounded future successg we sincerely dedi- cate this volume of the Alto. 0 s Order of Books Book L Book 11. Book Ill. Book ID. Book D. Book Di. Administration Classes Junior High Organizations Athletics School Life .l f f' l l. ll - ' A .1 .,.,, 1- n J lv 1 ,u " + l .gl- Q U l C-Dpportunitq . K, K- ' This I behold, of rammed if in 4 dream 1+ yyfflfhere spread a cloud of dust along a plainug ,T underneath the cloud, or in 'itg raged glxqfuriqus battle, and men yelled, ,and swords ' . , Shocked upon swords and shields. A prince's banner fi' -lwngafered, then staggered backward, hemmed by foes. l 'WA-dfgven hung along the battle'9 edge," ' jhgyndjlihogght, "Had I a swordof keener steel-2- 'rhggnme blade that me kingfsq mn bears-but' this 11, Bl Axtxdning-F' he snipt ond fhini it from his hand, A3 lowering crept away and left the field. Then came the king's son, wounded, sore bestead, ,Amd weaponless, and new the broken sword, I-Iilt buried in the dry and trodden sand, And ran and sngtched it, and vrilh a battle-shout Lifted afreah he hewed hit enemy down, And saved a great cause that heroic day. ,,, I, ' . ha ar 1 Rel: A Si" . ,, , 4 ,3 .I ,M , rw! A I pp W J X. 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V, ' w 4 , 'lm lv 'I 1' wmv 'lllll' 'lqlr wmv nlllw 'mv lump alms :mp qw- m -uqp VKSWA .1 'G 51 P - s .1 -.-llllIv..u Ill. .ullllt-. .lllh nllll- .qlluh ulillluuuilll. .ullll-,Allin alll! .llllll...lll-. - ' - 4 , ,V PAGE H O SQ fi Qs F E 9: - 5 31 ' z 3 2 1 'pf 1 ' a ' a ': 'Q ' """' -' 'A' f ' l .1 f 1 Q Ei.:-4l '-1 ' ---ll-4-, is if - 2 5 l .'.1T"W1T' KT'WLZT'Wlf7"KJ.T"Kf'f" 5W,""W.1"'WI"'WJ"'W""WJI"' Z ! x I I ' X - - .- .. - u-. .1 ll, .u a., .e 1. gli El' ? 5.5 '55 sl' 7 5 ' gi .i g 54 l 53 if . ' 1 9 i f Z f ?e ? - 2 a. - . 5, Awrv H. smrrufn. S. in lf:-1. . S11iwrint1-mlm-m of l'1ty Svhools. fi For his intellect, we honor hlmg for his ability- we L . mlniirl- him: for his justice, we revere him: for his kind- F' nf-ss, wi- love him: for his square dealing, we respect , ' " him: fur his interest. we thank him. i , ll 1 I 5 4 ,,,.. g 154 3435 QI 3 PAGE 12 1 v1 Nmw x 1 X .K 5 . ' 'X 1 : 'X X , a tv, 1 Q gf-X ' - ' xr xl T 2 5 . 'D 1' 1" ".. m ln' 'nir frm uuum ""'u "MQ 40 A L. T G FH" ""lw"' "Nw" ""-w"' ""llll"""'lllll"' --lu I F ' ' " " 1 H54 4' h'- -"I 'lil 4 X X i Y V Tnllmllu. .nllmlh.1llm'lh..lIlmllh. mllllllll.,-Illllllh. A. 4-1' l-fx. W 1... -iff 14 - u ' E 7 A f 5 " 1 a . g T .2 q 5 La - 1 E .5 , is S z 1 E 2 422 5 iik si : QP . 5 , ' f., 5? E Fi F: , E :ii F 1 E . F 5 5 3- lff is i E 1 ?: lx 53? -3 5 r 5 , 5 F E i 5: V - 5: E MISS MAl'lD HOPKINS, B. S. R. E. BERRY. A. ll.. ll. S. ?: 4 Uliluliomu A und M. Ukla. University Okla. A. M N . if W7 lleuzinse of her extrznordinawy The science department of the gs -5 ulvility. the work of her domestic Altus High School has pro- L E , suienvp students is especially gressed rapidly under his guid- Q , worth of notice. As sponsor ance. He has assisted in Foot- 5 of the Junior vlass and manager bull and has been very helpful , Q' of tha- Glrl's Basketball team as sponsor of the Sophomore 5 ' Shu- has ln-on very successful. i'lnSs. E IQ? MRS. XV. R. LIVERMORE MISS VERGI KOONS. A. 12. Q-,E ' f As study hall supervisor and S NV- T- l'. E f, lihrnrialn, she has held one of . . U n F' 5 fj',. the most trying positions of Altho this is the first time in 5-E '. -1 the entire Faculty. but despite theklurt tlgrvv years thntl :UIY E. T ' this. sh- is well liked by facul- wor las wen given in HHH- ,, ty umfgtudgnts alike. Shg ig uages, she has instilled into her i5 1 .. allways willing to lend her abill- TllLl4lr'H5SI-fl Will llkllf ffil' Silas' E' - ' ty toward any line of school si an atin. as wen t 0 E- ' ,.m1,.nVm4, guphnmore class invzilnnhle sp sur of the .lnnlm F5 sponsor. ' 1-lass. 5 Q 9- - ff - ' ' E 7? x ' - : ' 'L i 1 . , y X .6 . J f hx ?s X- 1 f : E .. 5 O. N f g' ,Z sv J 'i , ' w :.. : ...e.....-'7 V uw ' gi ,dv ' ' ,S 'L 53 - . ''lIll"'"'lIl"""llll""llIll""lllll"'llllllnuqw'"emur'lllun--nun'-uulv'-neun"-sup' --'qw .-vfiyf: ' 1 f ' - a - . , 5,--, " :", .1 , .. .L--... bb... - --, All.. ..lIllu..-lIllh..1lllh. .-still.. -llh.. .lll. .nllll ..ullln. alll' ..lllu...-alll. .ulh-. .alla-...ill..1..,. .i -X . f . - l-Q-Q - 7 PFXLT' MRS. ALPHA l'l'l'T SNYDER, Il. ll. PERKINSON, B. S. A. ll.. William VVood Collegi- Itlrs. Suytlvr. as llead of the Normal 'l'rain'1ng mlepartnu-ul, has prov:-ml hi-r worth as a vapalllt- instructor. Altus is vm-ry fortun- uto in having an instructor of lhis typo. MISS Nl'Il.LllC XVATICRMAN. A. If Uolumhia Vnivvrsity, 0. C. VV. As he-:ul of tht- English depart- mr-nt she- has done wonders for tho school. She has always help- .-cl in any school activity. As advisor on the Alto staff and Sm-nior sponsor, she has vxvrwll e-vt-ry effort for a successful your. , Oklahoma University From his natural timidity and :quietness one scarcvly realizes he is around. hut when it comes to Math. or Physics, "O, boy, he sure is there." J. N. SNYDFIR. A. B. Culver Stockton College. A most capable head for the history departms-nt. Besides hav- lng more classes than any other Instructor, he took charge of the football squad and turned out It winning team. It has been said of him, "llc cm-tainly knows fooll1:l.ll." ,f PAGE 15 f gfxyd ' 9 :x-.zlva--..l,ill V... X' IE"lun,-fb---.luv--'f--'un--1 "Illll" "lIlll" "'llll-' "Ill ,Il-.. .lllllt.. ..lllll.. ..lllln., ,llllll. .llIlll. ..lllh.- . .A .. I -A,-,........,.:,x.::,i,5..,.:4,:xfjf A l .': EU' 4 A an-, - CAN YOU IMAGINE? a 5 5' 5 Afvrv 11. E ' S-treet car conductor? f 1 M-atc-hing nickles? I - gnorant? 'I' -imld 7 H -ullling hands? if MR. and MRS. H-lnging 21 duet? gf N-elrll-cling their work? F5 Y-outhflll? L D-nncing? E D 141--xtrslvngalnt? R--ehl-zlrslng the wodlling? E1 7 J 5 Mus. w. ll. :. T J L -onfinq? I 5 1- mnolill-1' -IOIZI Illlllil '? L? V 4!!l x .Q E'-asy going? E 1 R -eadlnlz a Whiz Bang? 7 3 M-ad at "Daughta"? E 0-fflclal Stake holder? Il -egrettlng being tyrant? :E E -nteltalning the study hull? 'll Nglni' - '-nw' 5 Miss vlfmcl 151' K-ee-ping late- hours? 7 O--pposed to woman's rights? 5,51 O-nly a village vamp? fi N-evdlng Il huslu-lnrl? S-muking ll cig'nl'0tte-'I L 5 11. lc. 55 ll--elm: ll jelly-be-nn? ai E-may to bluff? Q R-egzlrdlng our rights? R-:lining al lough house? if Y-oung' and elllshlng? 2? Z ff. 55 2 E 'F H af -.. j PAGE 16 if-f ! -.N--lp pn yqlll' "'llull" "'llII" '-null-' 'lllmll' f-qmglr -qt, .,nllll.. ..llIll-. ..llllll... .lllllll-., ,..ullll... ..nlllll.. 2 MISS NELLIE -earing bnbbed hair? -ppreciatlng the men? T -thln ? --ating only one meal a day? -eadlng the "True Story"? M-arrled? -ntlng as Juliet? -ot smiling? MISS' MAUD H-aving beaux? 0--ver-fed? I'-ernxide blonde? -illing time-? I -ntoxicated ? IN-ever serious? vlllngllfe insurance- B. 0. C-usslng? O-rnamental? R-alsing' l-llickens? Il-eing kidded? I-n a map game? IN-ot in a hurry? ll. II. I'-laying poker? .-nts-ring matrlmlmy? R-udolph Valentino? K-issing a girl? I-n a carbaret? -otlcing the styles? owing wild oats ? 5- 0-ptomistlc? N-ot knowing Math 'T My llllh. ..lllIl.. lll.. 'T in! -f-L... E , 'L' F 2 .- 2 C 52 A E .lul- 5 .X 3Q'f'YQQ.lL1f7"fflf..Q '7"'f,1..ILff"'f1f..I ff"'fH.nQlf"ff..uQQf"''.f.'.u1nl'.5"" f.mQLQff"'fIIQi..Iff ' 'QI.1i.f.'.'." f.1.Qf.'f"ffQ. Il f"ffQQ.1..Iff'flf1IQl., .'."'ff".' ff' ln .'ff ...M f"A.Q..QQf'?"Q Ql.Q.f' ',f.l....f""' "L i . 4. Y. .,, 7 5 jf Q 2 fa E fi i2:if1i ' X F- iq - , V .-22 bi W S Q 2 W S Z f , f 2 Q Q 25 , Y M : -53355 X C ' ii? 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That I see once morehthrgughda distant door 2: ? Q The dreams that t e ay enies. ?j 'Q Hcw the hot tears start. and my harrowed heart gf Is pierced with a poignant pang-, 5 'E As l backward gaze on my boyhood days. I gli And I dream of the old school gang! in sf There were Joe and me, and Stumpy and Lee A -- EX And Freddy and freckled Bi L a :E A feller named Dick that I wanted to lick- X L . I'm longin' to lick him still? 5 5.2 Oh. the pranks we played, and the plots we laid, 1? Q ' ln our new-discovered slangll T f And the time we smoked till we coughed and choked f' In the cave of the old school gang. , QE ga ln the cave at night where, pale, with fright, We planned under pirate sails, ' gl That we'd', drop our dead till the waves ran red-- . ,I For dead men tell no tales! , E 5 1 Yet the tales we told while our blood ran cold, fi And the artless songs we sang. t-X And the bamboo poles by the fishin' holes 7- ' Where I sat with the old school gangl' H And the tryst I kept where the willows wept, f ' And I sued for my sweetheart's kissg But me and 'my pup had to give her up 'Cause the fellers called me "Sis" f Ah, lads that I knew! You were tried and true, F: And I min-d how your glad cries rangg ' 1 But your lips are dumb, and the words won't come- E , For gone is the old school gangi -2 5 r . V, Could my eyes behold, and my arms enfold .vi , 3 Those childhood chums of mine, I E5 5 ': I would give my all, and I'd call it small, il I As pay for such joy divineg I. But those chums have flowng so I muse alone yr E f Where mem'ry's portraits hangg gi t ' And I'd sell my soul if my lips could roll 9 A call to the old school gang! Ei I issue 5 Three 5 S I by the Consolidated Magazines Corporationg 5 - fReprlnted by special permission from the March, 1923, of the Red Book Magazine, copyright Nineteen Twenty ,fs 9 1 5 if i'5'fs, 17 Y QC lllV"lll PAGE 18 -sw, X Axxlxx, 4, Qixxxx 5' 1 3 I X ,. , . E SENl""" ': X!! ..l - ,111 1 ,AH if K, x X - 5' 3- T ,if-'Q ..-f?' XX '11 ?fx My 64,5 Q? I -4 ,D 5 x Q A ,LTL 4" 0 , X ff 'W w Q ' Mk E K f ' 5 K ' eff! . 'A ffl Qt Sf xx R mn X ' I x ,.,.- . I gi W m J C A N J L' A - 1 T A 4 x I Q-. xx 5 Ni X .W f ,..',X V 2 I U wi Q7 . I JEX , ! A' H' 'Z - -, ' , .. I 531: M Igri, ' ' WP ' , ' f --R Y ,- J ' gf"? 5, ' iq Q L ii E K 6 K L- k - .-SIP" - .. I H Y f, ff ,LIZ ssias E NQBBLQL.. ' A"---S!-1-ali: ,-sag. "-- 2 5 lfHmm1IIIMxUHrMHIHhm L ,-...nu... ..mln....lll ...nllmh Munn.. .nlllh W 4 zr4wzr:4fsaz4f::m::11zq,.15., . A " ' 5 HSL ., ' Q ' 'rf H ' " K ' ' 'W' LumpF:uHUmq1UYUWqillUl"4fIHl1WUlllIW ' P PN L T Q Y" " ' "'ll"" """"" ""llll""""llll"' "vu fa F I I J J V 2 4 1 L Q . gl , A E S ' 5 bi ? 5 B L ? f E QR 5 his V W. 5' E 5 .,N F 1 r w L L A H4ff-- B W ? X XXV' INIULZIA 5 ll 'WJ'-UK ER GLENN Rl SFLLL HAZEL XVALKER E SI'IC1il'I"l'fAliXi '23: PHICSII Vl-INT 'YZSZ VIl'E-PRPISIITENT '23: ? -. , PLGXI 6.22. i232 Sll'lCRlC'T'AliY '223 MANAGER ALTO '23 L 3 fy .f X' 'II I CIF. ALTO '23: FOOTBALL '21. H123 ,fl PI IM-POM '231 PLA Y '22, '23: IIPZHATE '22: f' 'I'I'I.-Xf'HlGliS 22. '23. lrl4IIfA'I'E '221 PLA Y 2232 ' I "'l'hinlcs what sln- says and V11-1.52" ff- If-X233 "B" CLVB. L Q says what shf- thinks." M I-I 1 Ll I. h k ..Hl. agreps that it pays to gl H. xvaNS rusyz t in'ing, Qulv rhsef' - talking dreaming Alta- Y . ,I that's Glenn." , af-,4 n15sgTl5H1kQ2 Mu. J. x. sxvmm . H , ?PONSf,jR , L ' ' ' - mas ' ways ea x" ' f - -. jim' advice in imv of 'nf-ed w 5 mt hel ulve n Q ny x lllizig V ,1 nas In-vn o uf the HPHHI- Ap - O that we avr- ad tb 1171- yxtf ,aft assets of the class. WQ- :gg C k fr, I He ha- he vt.,-y tink.-1: adxianta P of pnlgvand ntiriy?-lin his I 1 za - na urgl nu-r. lp. as Q54 -.. --Qgr wir ., and we share jf' fllfwiei 0 Pla 'S. gf X J with hir? the success of the ' , and also lll":'H tiaf L-ry Pg, Se-mor L ass. f 3. 0 le . ll- .5 Y the- Staff f-5 ' c Q Q? pruning the -L-j ga ,A -X QQ Xt S 'i if - 4 xx i .. Ei Q ai V ? E ,A wk Ai,--Tx Y A i L 'L' mn I lu. null il' x x LAK' ' W X XA , ..g,,'L. . 'L " ' llwlllwv-qmp--qmp-qi' pr-ul 'P .Q .ql W N. ...I , V Y ,I ,,. ll" - 'Q - ,N . at ,y V, . I I I Ill , llll llll I Ill 4 J. g- I, :W - K' jfs- -5- HHH . . I . . 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E1 ' 5 Q NAIPINI-I GUSSICLIN .llllfl MINUH jg1,ANq'H1.j GARNIQR 5, vom-mm '23, wmcs'1'I,1xu -22. ,.0M,,,0M .23 -23 E. f v ,- .- - v , --1 M., , . ... 5 5 I MIAA' 1 Ll I 'I' "" "XYlu-re hm- finds mnw to HDMI' hc' Zz' I 5 f-5 "Pam ilu- wo.1d huy sum-h :l study so muvh we czm't "Hl.p Uium, is her play- 5? ,ff-1 ju-wa-IT" dn-cilh-." thing." E A 2 'L fq O E 1 "rf F Giga f Q "k.,, f 5 5 X ' - I ,--f . 5 ' 'X., L S . 2' 1 ' X l 4 2 . ' w P R X 1 ' 5 4 Q. , a 1 1.J 3 : .X f""-" Fi am .- if 2 ? , ' A , E 5, X xi- R 'Ai 2 'Q R L, L1 aw a 'Y ' h' m i' - v -.mv -qwu' -wmv -ql lp- -q lv -ug v -, 1 -n lv .l g--1 lr -1 r 1 ll' 'q la' 'lg lv 'llqgv' 'iffy-3 ' ' 'E' I V N . 1 . l Ill un um' 'Ill ill' 'Ill llll Ill il ll Y A, x lr, 4.' , -, - -'- N' -- ' nllli. .nllul-.ullllln .lllhh nlluh, .llllln ,llllh .nllulls .cllllln Allin. .llllh. .lllllm .llllln .lll.Ih. All.. ' -. " ... ' ' PAGE 21 I9 A M' 'dfiifszs PALTO VIIUIII, HKUNK VARI, UOXVAN VERA ANGVLAXIJ l'l'Zl'-0-l.Alb '22 VLASS PLAY '22. '233 II. H. '20, '21, '22, '2K: l"I,IfIA f'I,l'l! '23 MAYAGICR SENIOR EN- POM-POM '22 '23 .A I. 1 Q U, TlflR'I'AlNMlfZN'T'S '22i: VIQP '22, '23 A h'mh"f1 ""'nf'U'- I.Y1Tl41l'N I'l'HI.I1'l'l'Y '2I1. 'l'l'Z.-XK'Hl'IR'S TRAINING '22. '231 'I llt'V6-'l' miss my In-uuty 1'l4ASS pl,AY -gg, -gg- SIUUD' "Yun Vvra has 21 vanquish 'l'Hlf:l.:x1,fx v,xvr:Nm: ""'k"' l:.-xsKlc'l'1:,x1,l, '22, -23. 'WY RAUAWY b li I l'UM-I om -L2 1:1 ,wlzlu-:Y c'H1s1'M F00T,',AL, A .mb -22: f:,xsK1f:1'1:,xu.1. -zo, -21, -zz. :zz 'rmxxls -zu. ':11 "l'l'm-ttyzlnlal r'h:n'ming' wlu-rv- ALTO STAFF '2l: 'V"" SW' 'H-" rl IYl'FI'N1 I'l'HI Il'I'I'Y ""! N UW, VIAVH . 1 . ,N , ,. . "I czsivlwg. Ilzyv. I L'0'Ilillll'l'Pll1 j"Nuw ju. t me 1' emu!" 40 um l 0 vu Lhe X' 3 - ' xL:'lI." A t'uth'u i'1'. as ' T U'-3 .Al 'Nd li., A A 5 '11 : 'X-f .: '. 'gl sf 1 gg: - " '1.J NX 7 PAGE 22 N IQ Z" -- ' ' ' , --4 25 4, . lmquullxqluult 1 ,W . .,, V Q I -1- O QW.. ...,m,,.. .. ,.. ..,u,..- '..,Im,,,-..,,m,,. ,il I Ill nII1lllI1x..f1l1UlInx.l1lll'llbl,..1lllIlln..lxllllh1.411l I I A ,Y 1..nllIl-. .nlllll...ulllllll...nllllln...-llllln....-IIll... ' I - - - ll X 4 -E -' 4 f3ff:.ug:?.41p:qys4:Qp' 1.----X-gn I . 5 ' -1 4 Li 5 g 1 ? 1 is 5 f 2 Q 5 5 ' - ?5 Ei QE arf 2 L 5 fi 5' 3 a gi F. r L r .. L Q 5 fi F' X E. L E L Q W 5 l as 2 1 -E E-.E f 34 .2 E ' il 521: a if ANNA IHCLL UOUH RAN JOHN ll0Rl'HES"l'ER LOVVRY DOUGLAS vulxl-l'o1x1 '22 '23 mf:1:A'rr: '23, FOCYIVI Bilil, 321, Z3 gg "A !.."I' 4111. 2' - i "Her friends best know her "I'll tell the world its nice I A?-lfbv -- - r ' I PAIN X15 21. ZZ, 23 'j truv worth," to be mitted." HASE BALL '22, r- "Oh. what's your hurry, we 54 7-VE. havvi all the time in the QQ Ll 1 worla ." S , . . . , 5 ' 11- 4- 'WN MN omzx vnxlwllcrlmzl. gf I - ""7UA""'7 'Y34 POM-POM '22 '23 Gm' Holvrox V --I nl -f I - I -Il 'PWACHFRQ '02 "'3' 3 ' - -. , ,. , . . b. . . . - , .. , , - we,f"m1,Q' H16 fxjtifji ' 'H cmgxsg xI35sKb:'rpALll,l '22: CLASS 'B:A5Kr1:'rnAl,I, 22, 23 gl lmllhfu C LUB 21, 2.2. HAbIxluTHALL 23. I -E "Has 21 mind of her own :md "Never let your Studies ln- 2' rg, ', uses it. G ing to be a school terferv with your high sch l Eg fx xx X LeaLQ9g" X w work." 5 Y 49 ' . rw 5 ' :RQ X 0- k K-Lx., X 5 - EN xx ' F. F5 Vt 3, H 'x, Lg K X I I Q . if ,,'Q X I 7: f--5 'T' x. L if ,,"L.f . I. SE rx ,uxxx BQ L, fi 5,3 if A' " 5 j 5 X ll U-il " ' X' - V' I Aj ! ' j- 1. . . ' 'lll"' "l ' " ' 'lll I" llllv' llll"'llIll "Illlv"'llll' 'Ill I llll' 'um' "llll" "'lll"' 9 ' Q Yi, XT? ,r3P--, , 12519 . L g. I I. 1 ll lllll 'ln Amin. Allin. nl hqnllullu lllllunllml-.1 lh. .1llllr..1lllll. .slllli-.All-.", -'ia' 1, A Lil-' PAGE 28 'A SL--1.x-MVP-naw--QLL-'Air --Qizjf-' f 2 5 Z 555' ' V2 wi 1' 1 xv-11, ' ' 1- Y f f ' ZQQAJILQC O 1 my 'W f Y ' W ' V Q1 X2 X . vf h fi J 1 EX 1 K mf fix g 2, if j f, P1 X, gfp, is ff 'R ' ANNA PULLEY ANNA GRPIPIK IlAli0l,l1 HI'FFLl'IIi GLIGIC l'Ll'Il '21, '22, VOM l'0M '23. "H" 1'l.l'lI I D - 3 -.pq My ty, H IOM 'OM ""' "Q, ' "I'le-uszmt, agrw-able, goufl- "I 21111 young and innmw-wut. , ' 011101 2-H11 Unf'S"U"Nng- nulurm-rl und capallrle-." --ut yvt lmw- n wh-Sirv to In- EX? 1 de-vllishf' ff VANNA liolw-11:11 KX l:,xsKlf:'1'1:A1.r. -21. '22.'z::. llUI'S'I'0N HOWAIU' ff POM-Polvl '22 '23 Y U V LICXVIS HAM R 1 'l'lf:Ac'Hl-:ws TRAINING WRESTLING 22- 3-32 . ,XA '22, '23. KALL s'rA'rr: '22J, IFEHATE '23. 5 "If shv If-:whey like she plays "Did you say Shu livud m "God made- him, there-fore i 1 kg, du-'ll ln- ax XVlYlllt'!'.", Hukf-'?" V ,V lot him pass for u mam." wee 5 'eg 3 W J 1 L' Z 45 ' ' , rw ,-,im r V k 'Kar' K, i ,. ,.. E54 My Pi In . I 2 . ,, 1' f- ,,,,.,, 'XX PAGE 24 ' :cp ' ' '-if In nlh UTIn.,n' Illl alll. nllh nllllh nlllilu ntllllh IM 1.-nl: ::1i.11p 4 X -4 v u 4 25 FA 4 W WTWLT H ':f'2'a"i 7010 A I- T O ' -I ' . , 5 ' X X ' ,., .ttf , ..i ANNA Il.Xll'l'l.l-EY l'ISI'lCIi.XXl'lC KIZZIAIL YIOL. llXlix lH.l'Il'l '21, 'ZIQ l'lllXl-l'UM '22, 'ZSSZ GI lYl'Il!A'l'l4I '23' l'l XX U 'S VOM I'UlXI-POM 'ffl " ,XI "Nl'X't'l' haul :1 cum- in 'ny XYllll111lll lil'c'. su hvlp mv." "Uh, ww- In you Hxhl sln- lhmks 1 wumnu " IGIrW.XIiI1 lilxllll-2l,l. IIIGNHY llAIi'l'l.l'ZY l,l'l'Y IXRII Xl CLASS IZ. lr. '23 NVKlCS'l'I.ING '22: l'UM-VOM , I V. 1 . ,.,., "Il.- lulu-s his nxvn gait Im! UR'xM'Xlll S "' "I likv your slmnu ll hu- gw-ls mln-rv." "Quin hut 1-ffiuil-nt." umm- shows xuux uonmu f A n ,.... q if y mf X-I i 15-3 , -1 . W . ,-.SH If ,--. Z,-Q XX ',MMf1?.'4M12A-ln? ' -f 'wax v. ". -.w. . t'1l "ill" "" v ' ""mI""l ""'Il "mln"-lmv' Q uwmw lll"' 'WVWQ 'F' .sr 'EA A' -Y ,ff-' - .4 .... JL. M nn .dll , L .. - LL Il.. .I h nl . li ..nI.. p 9 i K ' 'O P MORRIS JOHNSON EX mf:lzA'1w: 'zzz ' ALTO: PLAY 23: - CLUB '23, 7 PALTO Nl "Has a copious supply ul' , 1: smiles and swevtness ready 2,7 to bestow on some fair ? Indy." V V RVSSELL LONG FOOT BALL '22Z l-A lu-:rsA'1'r: -23: ly. vl.,w -23, 3' "Hu niorn-iful to lIlt5,.21 , Q ,pp in H foul." VIRGINIA JACKSON POM-POM '23g GLEE '22, "With down vast eyes and modest grace." LICONARD NFJVVFOMIZ STUDENT COUNCIL. "lf yuu want a thing done- well ask someone else to do it-and rest as often as 1mossihll:.", , V l JOE MCCLEAREN TENNIS '23g BASKETBALL '233 CLASS B. B. '23. 'Does notlxing and does it Weill." NVINIFREII Ll VERMOR IC DEBATE '22, '23: POM-POM '22, '235 SPANISH '23, "She is a friend both tu wurk and tn sport." agp N-N 1 Q Wi, L J, if l -X 'uw O f 4 3 O fp A in Cf S xr, f X , I ,,5n'f - N 1 fx PAGE 26 F ,,,d.! if 1 xl, 34 a f . gi 5. 2 5 3 Q5 'E is Q T LE f .- . r i - : F 1 ." l 1 l!,-- , I CL i 1WuU1W'W1Uwwqu31ll"QHlUV'lUHIUf I. nllllllu. fIX1HIIb,,,1ilUIhhAL1mhg,A wQAL+6wwW -I' ?14 ?-iJz1: 12r:'L I.-- . I : J X " 2 .5 f n ll 'll ' 'I ' Ill W fi.. lll....1llll . -ll lllln..llllllh.,..nIllln....nll In ' 2 1 2 l.RXlIS'l INI' Mvl EMORI ' M-IOM '1.'1 P1 AY L3. "NVhr-n She will. she will and you can depend on lt. Wh--n ei e won t, she wont a nts the end of it," IRAVIS I FAC OL K F0O'l RAI I " '.1 II RF STI ING 22. "He is useless to us because hls mlnd ls far 'lwayf if-'A- i 1 l INTON MORRIII OPAI MCGRFGOR XVI IS'l LING '-'. 1.32 PUIVI-PONI .ZZ '23' POOTBALI 'ZLC PLAY 23: IIFBATF 22. SPANISH 23. "Who but mu'-xt laugh that Good to look at- good to . . ' be with, good to talk to and Sugh .1 mm there be. good for everythmgf, PHIN 'NIEY MORRII I NAIHINF Rl-Anon DEBATE .23. PUM-POM 22 -23, V?-QEESELIEGBZZ 2323 PEP 22. ' ' ' ' "I van't help It because I "blame are wise and some am a favorite among the 'rl t er "S .' ladies. .- I K Q .-kd, ,iii-f' K fx' ,..s 1' ,NNI ,R ll SA nfl wk E : I 1 5 5 E 2 5 Z T! 'fi g4 i: 51 F: ... g-: EY . if 2. - I . - . ln 1 .u .ul 1... n ln ln.. ..m..m... .u. .n.. ? Y Q 5 E' l T' F r l K 1' ' 1. . . 1: ' . , . , . f Nix IU x A rx 13 tc w 02 5, 1. . ' ' E A - 1 1 A J - 2 V . 4 H E f n ' ' nd ' 1 " ' - Q llu ' 'I , 5 , . . , v I . I E . I A 1, . V 1 .A , , lx! . ' .1 1 h e' " S QI "1 KS ij Q , .f- -I K G T G-fix F1 E X bk 9 i '-N' If - E ., : 2 jh ' P J ' E: r , - F ! ' Q N sl DX 2. XX : ' S ' 5 , X I ' l - gi Q Q Q 5 1 ' fs Q. ' ' E rn :lf c Q 5 2 X li J Y X x -1 1' A '-L..'L ."! ' 'llll" "'ll"" " ' "'lll""" Ill""llIl""'lIlll" "llll "'lllll""llll"'llll""'lll " 'llll' ' 'lIl"' 3,1 X Q ' lhbw l ll . ll ell .u . - I . . U. lllu..l I.. ll. All..-, 5. Aiffff ' JY-- PAGE 27 M in 1 5 Q 2 5 ' Vlwriifffffuifiwiuiiii M7010 A L.T CJ 3 ! I 5. A-, I J 3115 5.9 Q R 5? fe A R5 i, V61 Ixxxj gi Z 5 ,J 4 1'l.,xl'1rlc VVAI.KEIl PIQHHY STAHKHX' I-HQRMAN I'l+IAl'l'I V341 ' J ss :, z. '22, -2-1 wma '1'L1.' '22, FOOTBALL '19- '20- '21, '22 FQ l1lf,Qs.2F:E1'BEx1,1, 'zadq S XG HAS? B,Ag.,L '20. "' A SPANQSH -231 --A 1-ushful una rm-.ing bASPlg,E:,f?1EIFI1 0322 Hu" 4'Ll'1-z 23. lad." 1 A f -- sl "A EINNI Spllri lblli d0E"SXl'f. I-PIP makes a July' day Ll muh the girly, sl.orl .as llecemherl PASC0 SWIFT LOVISE V1-JNTRESS' ,, , . B. B. '21, '23g rf!! If UNA W HVFM m'1.As's BASKETBALL '23. IQEIQATE 9-22,9 X - ' '..', 2. : - Ax POM-POM '22, '231 "As mrid as his name SDLT- 1h0.M -5- -03 -F ,, . ,, 'IEACHERS zz. .3 , mig,'fQ?Qu"5,-ill' f"S'SA" Alxro: PLAY '23. i f ini I Y: A L 35 , QX 1. "Girls, take the advice 'if "lfri1-mls sho :flakes and 5 3 un, old e d and lgavexfthe ' Q fru-nd:-4 she kxephf' A .1 . men alo e ' ,, ' N5 f an U' 1 .. I "' K i ., v-'N-' F," I R , 'Qy 'X, wi ,Q 'X f 1 . ij' X- ,-.543 , , 1' ix 1 ' K .Jag ,f""""" M-xx 1' 5 ,uh Xi: X.: :,' PAGE 28 Q , Q V Y W W .V J A 1 I! IQ -. f i x 'if- g "lllI"' " I ' "' ' ' 'lu "'mI"' "' mn-' "'llIll"' "nw ""uu--- 'lIlllIl""'lIllll"' ' ll Q : Ill ...nllllllh ull - cllmh- -all H147 l . ln I if.-llmlln. ..nlImll..alllmllmlllmlll-. ..nlllllIn....nlllIll .. I ' - ..-5 '..-. Y ,,:.- , 1 .,...-. --5. L, jk L 3 ' E 22 T! 5 is is F- dai 3 5 L " 3 A F' 3 f : ai E3 :. ' :: L 3 . E' ?f 5- L Q F E a :. - s 5 32 5 2-E L E is E3 5 A 5:5 if E' E 4 E' . F If f Q 4 MINNIE NELL YELDELL ROY WARE CLAUDIA WILLIAMS gif ,g T'OMSPtaMi'22.,l12?z WRESTLING '22, '23- POM-POM '22, '23. fs . . CLAS . 4. 'L 3: .. - ' ,, . . . E up "QfEfQ1Q'QfS,g2' AiaJ2e'is 'ninboihhihi She 'md and She 5: F 'Z " ' ' L ' hulls." F: "There is no better every- Q-T1 2 day virture than cheerful- ' . Q ne-ss." 55 5 'f t'. CLASS COLORS CLA SS MOTTO CLAS? q FLOVV!'lli 5 GN IV'Ulu,l'E ANT' GOIN "When the one ffft-x11f Score Rohm Buns ' ' b comes to write against your 1 L? I' , name, he writes not that UJASS MOTHER E qu C LASS FATHER you ' V nw lost, but 110W 43 MI? STANSELL J E5 S Mu. Fm-111 ANNA youggiyed me game." QITICSI . LE - fi ' ' K, O :E 1 xx 'X 1 ' , it L ' 5 X f fi 3' f ,-s - 'i - - L 1: ig ' w-J EI . F 5 7 f. g E r 3 55' Fi a ' gf 5 52 a 'X :E ?Q 2 I' E 5-E ?f FQ A Q V,--T ' H -Q .A x H. 2 12. ..1.1a... "f w mu W W um' N -Q71 .g a A-L x I ,-.4 U: 11. Y, A fb N V , - p-. v- I- .uqnpf .qullp .l.'nl..-lilnw ...'uv.N,l'Ill,- -lm'...l'lll,-..u'l,. -.Imp -qupr . V -4, in ,bi V, ' :- -- -Lx -- V Ulf. f nlllh. .nlllll..nlllllr..nlnll. nilllh. Alllln. .llllls .ullu A Alllllrnalmlf .llllln..1Illh. Alllll- .llllll-. Alt. 'I --.- L' 'fix A, N - ' ' I PAGE 29 Q 0 - --X lx.-lx., ,.-, .....1, V 1 X".- vf I9 1' """"' " W-. 25 If -...pw -amp.. ...mm -.milpa qmn.. ...ww --.ln my -...Hcp ...lvl -...My .qmwy .,,m.,d,,...,n Fill.. ..nlln., nlllln- ..-lllh.. .illlln .illllut ..illli..' A I .illllln ..uIlIli. .illllln ..iIlllli. ..illIn. ..iIlIu. --I ..-- -f 4' -:S 2-. - '-wx' 7. fv"l V1 x?-I I .Ill C -V .3 ' il' . Three Uears of Struqqle ' .li if Out on the plains of Jackson county in the summer of 1919, many boys and girls . 'qs were deciding whether to continue their education or stop without a High School - : diploma. This was before the vast educational system of the present was in operation. There were few consolidated schools, so they came to Altus High School.. . 2 f At the opening of the doors in September, we enrolled. How different it seems now. We were forced to wait until the entire student body had made out E their class list and then "Will the Freshmen enroll tomorrow?" It seemed as tho 5 . there were more Freshmen than any others. After enrollment the figures showed 1 LE that there were seventy-five of us. -: This first year was the hardest of all. Of course we were not burdened with f 5: the terrible responsibilities of the upper classmen, but owing to the size of our class, . gf the Juniors and Sophomores frequently got together and then they would pull some f : good stunt on us. However, after we relieved them of their class colors one day the principal stopped this and personally saw after our class. This year Toney :. Baucum was President, Guy Bailey was Vice-President and Frances Henry was Secretary. l Q . , Many members of our class were going in for athletics. Herman Peace and ' 5 Ross Jackman made their first letters in football. Lowry Douglas and Guy Bailey made basketball letters as did Texie Hunter and Vera Anglund. Fi In l920, we came back to the old High School to meet a new Faculty and . 3 Principal. We came wise in the experiences of the past year but we still had lots , to learn. Our numbers were reduced to fifty owing to the consolidation of many , Qi of the rural schools. In this year came the usual round of social and literary 21 activities. We were always to be counted on for our part of everything. This Year E L? 3 fi Raymond Kimbell was President, Kezzia Studebaker, Vice-President and Vera L? Anglund. Secretary. fs? ln athletics, we were placing more men on the teams. Herman Peace, Ross , Jackman and Toney Baucum made their letters in football. Guy Bailey, Lowry gf Douglas. Vera Anglund, Texie Hunter and Lydia Rogers made basketball letters. Fi It was this year that Class Basketball was started in Altus High School. Altho - : we failed to win either cup we put out strong teams. Our defeats and trials of 3 this year helped us along and greatly strengthened the class spirit. This was to he our last care-free year for we were to be Juniors with more burdens than ever before. gg As Juniors our class was quickly organized. Frances Henry was President, Vera Anglund, Vice-President and Glenn Russell, Secretary. Altho as Juniors L If: we did not have' the usual round of parties and entertainments that so characterize Li this class. we did have a real spirit of co-operation in everything. 5 ' This year found us stronger than ever in athletics. Herman Peace, Guy Bailey, L f 5 Lowry Douglas and Ross Jackman were on the pigskin squad. Guy and Lowry again gi made letters in Basketball as did Sam Day and Herman Peace, 1 5 We also carried off the boys' High School championship and lost the girls' cup L by an upset of dope. The Junior girls again made letters with the addition of , :gi Vanna Hopper. - Q ff We were well represented in debate this year. Louise Ventress and Winnifred - E Livermore were on the girls' team. Glenn Russell and Hjazel Walker were on the : gn boys' team which won the Southern Conference cup. L Lg In wrestling both Clinton Morrill and Houston Howard made All State. There ' ' ' were no entries in Phinney Morrill's class or no doubt he would have done as well 5 Q 5 as the other two Juniors. The Southern Conference tennis championship team 5. E . gr was composed of Lowry Douglas and Joe McClearen. They went to the finals in ? gi the State Meet. ' As juniors we had the responsibility of providing for the Junior-Senior banquetl ' " N After many sleepless t?J nightsiwe decideduto give a play and make the money in - Q this way. This was the first time the Junior class had ever tried a play but with . 3- the wonderful coaching of Mrs. Corbin we were able to produce "The Arrival of fi Kittvf' This solved the problem of the "Big Feed" which was given the Seniors , E at the Orient Hotel. 3 Then came September of 1922. when the Class of 1923 enrolled for the final f 1 time. It seemed as tho we would be proud and mighty as we had dreamed when li we started our journeyg but we really felt very humble and serious. We had ?5 accepted- the responsibilities of Seniors and were to live up to them. We have tried 1 E to do this thru the entire year. To leave a better spirit behind us3 a better school 5 I and better traditions has been the purpose of the Class of 1923, I, "ll" "IMI" "lllll' Null" 'uw' 'uw' uma- 'Imp' 'tmp wmv' alms'-imp 'mp imp IU - . .mu .-llh....ulll.. ..llllv. ..n1l... ,.llll. ,-ills. ..4llln. .nlli....ntlh. ..nIh. ,lllllr ,.elIn. .-lllln. .ull PAGE 30 ' 9 -K:.x-:J-- -f-vw--1.- -if w l-c'.- 2 5 , L- " -V n I muy 'linugy'-qluyf "lIlll!!f 'Huy' --In MV 'llllyf 'WIEV' "'lll!V' 'WIIIQLV 'llll'f ' ll I nlllh.. ..1llihi. .nlllln rlllll- .llllo-1 J" vvllllh. ..nIlllu. nllllll.. .nllllllr .il -yx..,.'2-..:'.,.-sm.-4-1 A-V,-'Smal ,- . o o s o I Y .- . . , - , i . . , , - I ' 1 ' : 1 . ,Q . Q , - 1 y , u ' 14 - - - . . , . A 1 I ' I .' , . , 1 I r I I I 9 I-51 Semor Class Aclwlhes The Semor Class of 1923 of the Altus High School has the hard won reputa tion of being the class which accomplishes what it sets out to do The Semor year has been taken up with a series of financial responsibillties slightly mtersperced with social functions The class has been very successful in all of its ventures Throughout the year they have cherished a spirit of co operation in all things It has been only thru this splendid co operation that they have been able to accomplish what they have done One of the frrst and most important features of the years work, was the success ful promotion of the annual Lyceum course For the first time m several years a financial success was made of the Lvceum This was only possible thru the un tiring work of Carl Cowan the advertising manager Thru his efforts the class was able to realize a small margin on the course The Class of 1923 has seen its best athletic year as Semors Of course the Semor Class is looked upon to furnish the backbone for all the teams and this it certainly did In football we were represented by Guy Bailey who made a South ern Conference Mention Lowry Douglas regarded as one of the best halves in the Southwest Herman Peace Captain and All State end James Craddock the flashy quarter and Travis Peacock one of our stonewall hnemen Our football season was a great success and much of the credit must go to the letter men who are claimed by graduation The class as a whole is very interested in dramatic work On December twenty first under the coaching of Miss Waterman they produced the three act comedy Nothing but the Truth by james Montgomery This met with mstant approval and is conceded to have been one of the best plays ever staged by amateurs in the city of Altus They are looking forward with much pleasure to their Com mencement play which is to be given during April They expect to give to the people of Altus a play that is really worth while and a credit to the community During the Oklahoma Baptist State Convention held in this city in November the Senior Class assisted by their mothers served a chicken dmner in the gymnasium of the High School They cleared a nice sum of money but few of the boys would tell where the chickens came from One fellows brother is reported to have lost several the night before. In Basketball the majority of the players were Seniors. Cuy Bailey and Lowry Douglas made their letters for the third time. This season saw Guy Horton Claude Walker and joe McClearen as new letter men from the Senior Class. They were products of the Senior Class team which won the High School championship for the second consecutive time. ln girls basketball Vanna Hopper at center Thelma Cavenor at forward Louise Ventress and Vera Anglund at guards, were the mainstays of the team. Thre- of them made the All Southwestern and the other was given an Honorable Mention. One of the most enjoyable events of the year was a Valentine party at the home of Mrs. Henry Kimbell The house was artistically decorated in appropriate decorations. Mrs. Kimbell was assisted by Mesdames john D. Horton and Tom. jackson The majority of the class was present and had one of the best times of their school lives. ' Throughout the year at different times, the managers of the Wigwam and Em- pire Theaters have very kindly given the Class benefit shows. Thru their generosity it has been posible to finance the Alto. The Senior Class has been well represented in the debate teams. The Affirma- tive team was entirely composed of Seniors, who were: Phinney Morrill, john Dorchester and Russell Long. The Negative team had two Seniors on it, Winni- fred Livermore and Morris jolsnson. In tennis our two letter men show all their form of last year and should he able to repeat their record and win the Southern Conference cup again. With the acquistion of Horton and Kimbell the entire team will more than likely be Seniors. As the Alto goes to press, the Seniors have many plans to perfect for the re- maining few weeks. One week is to be designated as Senior week, with something for the Seniors every night. They are also working hard on the idea of the second annual carnival which they will manage this year. This brings to the close one of the most brilliant, both from an athletic point of view as well as scholastic, records that has ever been written on the halls of Altus High School. ""'7"'II!!!f'"lll!V"llllV"1lll!1' "'lllQv''1lll'P"'IIll"' ''HIV''my''ltl!V"ll!P"lll!V"UW ""ll" ' ..u.. .u1lu..ullht ann. ..uh., alll. .fills ..1llli.-..slIn. ..uh. .-Ill. ..m,, .rllh. nm.. .-I.. , PAGE 31 25 """' lurr urrrlnrr Senior Class lD1ll Know All Men Bu These Presents but chsrrots of nrakrng drsposrt on of all of our propertv and effects do hereby make p blush ncl d clare thrs to be our last Wrll and Testament I Houston Howard bequeath mv trcklrsh art of attracting members of the farr sax to Homer Stout and grve my place on the wrestling team to Zybrsco provided ht ccmes to sclool here next rear I Lourse Vcntress do herely grve my delrcate art of tamrng cave men to Iiessre Earls I Guy Barley do bequeath my seat upon the ped stal of supreme knowledge to Harold Cl rk I Lowrr Douglas hereby grant all mv bad debts and hens to Drck Barley I John Dorchester do herebv leave my key to knowledge and superior learrrrvrg to Harry Putman I loc Ab Minor leave my wrld western personal tv to Jesse McWherter I Esperance Krzzrar do bequeath the frrvol ty rn mv nature to Beva Mae Hoover I N a Anglurrd do bequeath my sly wnks and secret flrrtatrons to Norma hrdwurm I Opal McGregor do bequeath that persuasive adrortrress by manipulation of which I have acquired my justly earned renown to Wilma Sanderson I Vrrgrl Brunk do herebv bequeath forty frve dollars to Vrrg nra Doan to care or Fverett jolsnson rn hrs old age Said amount to be secured by public sale of re numerous lov ng cups and other trophies bestowed upon me rn appreciation of m supererccellence rrr mental and phvsrcal contests of every kmd and character I Phrnny Morrill do bequeath to Richard Iudwrck frve dollars rn cash lrmrted rn the use however solely and only to the purchase of some standard recognized book on How to Retarn a Girl s Love I Guy Horton do bequeath that frozen smrle and strff personality by the us of which I have so notablv and often won the most hearty cooperation of those rn tlrned to oppose me to Brll Hale I Carl Cowan do bequeath that splendid balance of mrnd and heroic courage which has enabled me instead of fearing work to at all times peacefully slumber be- side it to Pete Ford. I Pasco Swift do hereby grant that charming and cultivated habit of mine of disarranging wearing apparel and hair of my fellow schoolmates which has always endeared me to them. to Eldridge Ingram. I Clinton Morrill hereby give those remarkable mental qualities by which I have successfully proved that it is always true that the shortest way home is the longest way round to Roy Pitts. H I Claude Walker do hereby grant my lost in the jungle appearance to Dale ogsett. I Travis Bailey do hereby give my splendid athletic record and witty remarks to Harry Putman. I Thelma Cavenar bequeath my captivating smile and irrestible demeanor to Elizabeth Ingram. I, Kezzia Studebaker, do grant my superflous vitality ond energy to Georgia Mae Wright. I, Winnifred Livermore, give my pulse quickening grin and "I should worry" attitude to Cordia Newcomb. I, L. Z. DeSpain, bequeath my mean oratorical ability and serious disposition toward all things to Elzie Banks, I, Herman Peace, cheerfully bequeath the direction of the 7th hour History class to Mr. Snyder. Mnnl, joe Agee, sincerely bequeath by devotion for the Farmers cause to George I er. Chnl, Virginia jackson, give my silent prudence and pensive grace to Charlene rsm. We, Glenn Russell and Hazel Walker, do bequeath the use of the Alto Rogm and keys of a successful Alto to Horace Sessions and Glen Morrow. In tcstrnrr-nv when-of l .rave hereunto set mv seal tr. the form-gorrrg instrument. THE CLASS UF 1923. P. M. """"'l'I"' "'llI" "IW" 'llIIl" "Imp 'wmv null" 'l1nU"rl'llr ru pr-q W -ru I. -rn rv -nur- I 1 Q -azvsgr--Q4 A---rr rr r I ig.- U 'llllt' "Null" "IllllI' -vrmlv 'num -nl fm., ',,'l',. -.,m,.. .,Imu,. ,xl H ' I:rr rr' ..rnr.. ..nlr.. .rll .. .llI.. .ullr.g, A it ..lIIr..I..rlll.. ..rllll.. ..lllllr.ml. I , -if.-r- -'-r-:fv:.r-irlraris -I Q l That we, the St-n'or Class, now in good health and strength of 'rriud "nd borlv, ' ' '. , z' f ' ' . D ' ' - . . . ' .' I - i I r . . , . ' . K I Z . . . - 1' . r ' I . ' - I I ' I t ' 'I rr Y I . , 1 ' , , ' . f , . , 'er , . I . ' ' . . , a I 4 I I s ' ' - . n I f L . . . . tl ' ' ' 4 Q ' I I . . . . . .. - - . .. . . . A ' . ' i ' . . P h l S I . . 1 - u . . I Q I . , . . . , V if KK . . , , r r t I 1 r r 1 r rl rr .rl ln. .rllll-. .nlIlf. ,-rlllr. ,rrIh. .rrIh. .rrlllht .-llllrrualllr. Alla. 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Walking into the lobby, I saw ? 1 Aubrey Chisum and Clinton Morrill playing checkers. : The next day. while exploring the city, I heard a familiar voice saying "Say 15s ?j Mister, I didn't really mean to smash into your car, I didn't know the rules, you see-." Looking around I saw the famous High School excuse maker, Guy Bailey. 5 ff I asked him about Lowry Douglas and was told, that owing to his wonderful training in the Civics class in 1923, Lowry had become a Congressman from Oklahoma. gf 5 , A few days later, I went to Hollywood. Here I found Carl Cowan, the president gs Xi of a large film company. with Phinny Morril and Guy Horton as his lawyers. Her- man Peace, his leading man, had far surpassed the glory of Rodolph Valentino. gi ' - Min'-ic Nell Yeldell was the leading lady but I heard that Claudia Williams was I 1 Q? running a close second. Anna Dell Cochran. Olcn Carmichael, Anna Folley, Blanche ?5 Garner, Viola Harris and Vanna Hopper were the company's six bathing beauties. in A1 The director was joe Agee and his assistant was joe Minor. The camera men if, were: joe McClearen, Travis Peacock, Claude Walker and Lewis Ham. Esperance Kizziar was the costume woman. Lucy jarbeau and Vera Anglund were the LE: QQ scenario writers. It was strange to find that all of this company were from the Q if 1923 class. Back in Los Angeles, on my way to 'visit the High School, I saw a ix' gi great crowd on the street corner. Hearing someone saying in a loud tone, "Ladies and Gentlemen," I stopped. I Here I found.Morris johnson and Russell Long speaking in behalf of the California Labor Union. asking f-or more pay and shorter 5 5 A hours. , 5 : 'I : ,Going on to the High School, I found Anna Hartley, Nadine Gosselin and Anna gl Greer teaching, Thelma Cavenor was the director of Physical Education and 5, Virginia jackson was the Art teacher. - gf The red front of a Woolworth store attracted my attention and here I found 2 gs john Dorcl ester the able manager. 'Q X5 On a signboard I saw a familiar face and underneath, in big letters were the 31 words, "Houston Howard, wrestling champion of the world." ?5 I decided to return home and was overjoyed to find that Pasco Swift was the LX? Q i engineer and Roy Ware the fireman of the train I was taking. E F5 On my way home, I stopped in Salt Lake City. Having nothing else to do, I 3: 5 I attt-ndccl a Redpath-Horner Chautauqua number. Imagine my surprise to find 3 D'Esta White the violinist and Opal McGregor the pianist. 5- f if Several days later I went to Phoenix, Arizona, to visit a friend who was in a 55 : hospital there. I found Kezzia Studebaker and Ernestine McLemore as nurses L I ? They t-old me that Virgil Brunk hadtaken over the management of the Commercial Q mf :- 2 5: Hotel in Altus and that it had become famous for its checker and solitaire games. ' 5 2 5 A They also told me that Perry Starkey was the pastor of the First Baptist church and L 5 that L. Z. DeSpam played the pipe organ. QF, 5 When we stopped in Dallas, two men got on the train whom I remembered l 5 They were Travis Bailey and Leonard Newcomb. I found that they were traveling E salesmen for the Black jack Chewing Gum Company. I remembered their High ' 4 3: if School fondness for this luxury. 5 5? While passing thru Altus, I found that Edward Kimbell was managing his EX 15 father's gins. Glenn Russell was the present owner of the Times Democrat havin : f f succeeded -jack Bonner and- that Louise Ventress was his editor. -They toldime thai ai E they had just heard from Hazel Walker, who was serving as private secretary to 5 , 4 the United States Ambassador to France. - 5 After hearing of or seeing most of the 1923 class and finding that the majority gy of them were associated in-the same work in California, I knew that their ld H h I Y School spirit of co operation and loyalty 10 each gther had ,-emamed wiith tlfgm 5 thru these years. I, ,. .im ..iim..nim...iim..-ummm..iiib...i1Im.rum..1iim..uim..inlIs..iim..i PAGE 33 li m.: 'I " n .. . 1 ' - q"""."' 766' A L. T CD inf' .""""" """"' """""' ""llll""""lIl"" "w 1 4 2 ? gi 5.3 ii 5. ?.a L? E 1 5 5.4 fx 7- ': 1 :I 55 V1 K2 if ii ': K2 32 2: 7: 2 L2 2.1 2. F5 ,S gf -Q : 3. 'E :E 5, Q1 Fi E. F: Li ?L 'P' F Qt .S ' E'E u IQ E N N ' " ' ' ,525 I llllh .nlllh . 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H, S. to mm- .lla ig up hm' role 1-lst-xx'l1l-l'1-. f A 7 5' ,llllf KlMlllil.l, - .X sph-mlill fn-llow with n um E7 A 'sf ning' wny. 1 Avg El IQ l 'Z 5 5 , f Il.-XISY l.l'l'Tl.l2 qv Pi lln-1' lmlws ill'4' not in tlu- pres- '- ix 1-nl lnlll in llxv Mun-mx'. RlL'llARlJ I.l'm:ICK 3 fag lfuint lu-nrt m-'Q-1' wun ul 'A lauly. 5 4 , 95,1 L'llRlll.X xliwvcmxz f Slw is il singularly nttr:u-liv-- pl-rs: n -, 4 ffl F., HQ lmzl-31. XM-L'Ol.l,Ol'Gll sx N .mv llllglllll, sunxu rimlsllv. A 1 IRICNIC Xlcl.liMORli f' 'l'ln-rv url- l':ns4-inallimms for :Ill E lx- mimls. ' ,ff I , 5 can-:emma RlIl.l.lER Q l -x ffl .X vzllulixlzlll- fm' tlw pl1yvlm!ln-l'- ? XX, um-uliv 4-liniv. 5 fj if af RX ORA NAIC MAR'l'lN r .s Ay IZ:-nil llu- lumli wvll. ilu- l'l-:ll XS mn mu.. Ev ,ff 1.1-312 xmsux lll- is null ul' ilu- oonswlm-:mm-A l iq fgxj ni' gn-llim.: into gmul smioly. l " E A . 1 ,X 1 .IIN g I fm-Kg Q a lvl?ll.fMgEL- , I W. LA , , , A, Q Q .- V , V . 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J- ,,x I I I If It , I9 +-e---- C- .I as IIHIUIP' Hmtyf- '-lmnr 'Hllllli' 'Hllll' '-'II new -:I puff "Ill" ' -lung, -I n' ll llll Im ' Ill th in Ili ' :III fill lllynf 'H W ' ' -' " J' U- -I It -I D I PI I. ml It ,tl ln . - ....-f' .:.. 4,-..,-. 1 -1' Z.- Jumor Class Hlstorq On the sncth of btptember 1920 there was an tmportant addttnon to the Altu Hugh School It was not El new hbrarv or some shade trees but a Ierv large class of boys and gtrls whose knowledge of souety ampls repaxd for the loss of a library and whose greeness In ltterature suffnuentlv tcok the place of the tre s to leave the other Llasses Ill the shade W hen the bell lang for the flrst tnne In the fIll of l920 a nnghty band of pu? fled In txpenenced lfrtshmen stood on the portals of Altus Htgh School wattmg for the encouragement of the faculty before begnmmg the conquest of the terrlble mensttr Ignorance Remember classmates how scared we were that fnrst mornmg In Chapel and how wt wondered whv wt should be made the target of the Jokes of the entire Hrgh School vtlnn wc lost our wav gomg to classes? Of tourse our Ignorantt was a source of much amusement to the lngher classes Hou ever they 'assumed I dtfftrtnt look when our flrst month s grades were recorded Aft r lla flrst Inonths txpertence had passed we then entered upon a career which would be dxfftcult for anv other freshman class to equal We succeeded In pl lung one man on the lsootball team and havmg several others as subs lhe second tt un was almost entnrely made up of lreshmtn When wt bu Inn Sophomorts thtrc were some of our elassmates who had fllltll nnder the hnrdtn of thelr studtes These were replaced lv new students some of whom Ire stall domg credxt to thetr class We had bs tlns tune assumed the dngnlty of settmg an example for the Freshmen but we would not accept any ltr tllss s I ll fo ns to ft 4 s Sophomores wt pl mud flve nun In the loothall hneun lhus year e lxnnbell was chosen All Qtate fullback ln Basketball loe lxnmhell and Harold fllflx made ltttmrs In wrestlmg we were represented by fxve of the best grapple-rs of the squad We are at the present strugplnng Ill the Irms of junxordom who hates to sec snth an tvullent class leave her standard The jumors are well known for then love of a good tlme Some of our fun lovmg boys are the only persons who keep Mrs llvcrmorc from havmg 'I perfect study hall We as lumors of 1973 have a record wlneh we feel that the school med never he ashamed of In lsootball the lumor tlass furnxshed seven letter men ohn Read Laptaln Fleet joe lumbell Howard Qmtth Harold Clark Glenn Morrow Bull Hale and Perrv lackson There were several more lumors on the squad thns year who are sure to make the team next year 'lhe lettermen In Basketball were Robert Boxes Laptatn and Harold Clark In Gtrls Basketball the lumors furmsh ed Bessle harls All Southwestern Slde Center ln debatmg we were represented by Horace Sessnons who was successful last year In making the team Thus kmd readers lb a brief hxstory of the orxgnn scope and work of the Cla s of 1924 H O I I I U I P I l l l Il nl I It Ill Il III In In In ull I . . . , , - ..... 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In lp -lm 1 I Q I v HI. -null' 'lit I uIllIat.....nllI1:s ..IIllIi.x .Inline ..IIlIir,,, X X k su 1 h"..IIllm..IIlIM,.IlIllhs..I1lImm..uIllMl.IIIlh l -gs.,.2I'.e.t-.Sfv-.2."q:s:g:I,'S1tX.X - i' Remew of Juruor Achvlhes In the followmg paragraphs have been collected the Jumor class 3CtlVltlCS be gmnmg with the Freshman year We wrlte thus revxew for the purpose of gwmg you 3 glxmpse of our class lxfe At the fxrst meetmg of the class when we were Freshmen Tony Baucum was elected Presldent Georgia Mae Wrrght Vrce Presldent and Texle Hunter was elected Secretary Treasurer Red and Whxte were chosen as the class colors Every meetmg of the class was full of pep and enthusrasm In class basketball we flmshed second the ,Tumors wmmng the class champronshrp One of the at tamments of the Freshman class of 1921 was the selectxon of Nadme Gosselm as I-Irgh School Beauty Queen In clubs we were represented by the Sons of Rest Club whlch wxll long be rtmembered xn the hxstory of the school As Sophomores of 1922 we elected as our class offlcers Joe Krmbell Presr dent Nadme Gosselm Vnce Presxdent and Vlrgmxa Jackson Secretary Treasure bor our class Sponsors we chose Mr Hatfxeld and Mnss Hopkms who had been our Sponsors the vear before The Sophomore Glrls club was a worthy representatlve of our class m the social lxfe of the school rt bemg one of the leadmg clubs Under the leadershlp of Georgla Mae Wrnght as Presndent and Mrss Hopkms as Sponsor xt became one of the lxvlrest clubs rn the school The Sophomores were also well represented In such clubs as Debatmg and the Gxrls Glee club As the Jumor Class of 1923 we elected Horace Sesslons as Presmdent of the class Thelma Studebaker as Vice Presxdent and Julxa Mxnor as Secretary Treasur er For the Sponsors of the class we selected M1ss Hopkms and M1ss Koons T The greatest success of our Jumor year has been our class play Come Out of the KItchen whxch was a comedy In three acts wtth three dlfferent scens Every mmute of the play was filled with entertaInment whxch held the perfect attention of the audrence for two hours and thxrty mmutes Thxs play xllustrates the talent whnch our class possesses Every Jumor and Sensor IS lookxng forward to the Jumor Semor banquet as the aeme of his school year We purpose to glve the Semors a banquet whIch they shall always remember as one of the most pleasant occaslons that they have ever attended Horace Sessxons has been chosen EdItor rn Chxef of the 1924 Alto and Glenn Morrow has been chosen as Busmess Manager Concernmg the prospects of the 1924 Alto we purpose to put forth every effort to make thxs one of the best annuals ever publxshed for the Altus Hxgh School We Jumors are lookmg forward to the begmmng of the next school year when wi will be Semors for xt promises to be one of the greatest years for us and the sc oo I III! ll I 1 I I , g o 0 0 lu . . , E I I ' ' I ll 7, ' S , - ' :5 I ' , . : . I .- 3 v l 1 ' l I ' r' ' 1 - ' r - - E' ! L , , . - . . . u - G , . . . . O 95 our capabl--e and uch appreciated Sponsors, we owe much of our success as Juniors. a - .1 5 I ' DY ' 1 s s 1 1 ' . it , T 'In l7'." ,U-' 'luv -' 'slug' -Iup' ' -Iqpy' Ilmy qup-f -I .ur - I v - I Ly'-1 ny I, ly- -A ly -Ig ny' .r u. JI l....u u. ..I I. .I I ,.I . .1 . ,nl I. ..1 v. ..n 1. .an - ,lf a . ,a I. ,.1 I.. .Il I. . .?1.. g IIN IIX IIN IIIX nh IIN IIN IIN :IIN MN IIN nh :IN IIN I'- PAGE 43 ' lu N, v L r , . Y M, 1 5 Q, QEx+-LM A,'-- --Qiyf-age.,--QQL5-T-siyy -V-Vinyl--'Qzg -Q, -:, 1 .,,,,, ,,,.,. ., ,, , U W W, , xg Ii ' m 4 QF E E 5 Q 4 Vi l Ii v Q g Q he if YN 1'?. : In Q . P' flff C ' .xx U rgfi L j Y, if . 5 5 Q Q L5 ,S QL? A? f g1 .Q If?-' f 1 '1 t iq , iw X--i ' it 2:1 f L-ximryxull u L iw ' Q -uv "Ii l" "IU ' ll" "'ll lV""lllll" In iIhbdHlHhmlill 1?al ll Q' ZFFX A Ll '?Ll mllujqullm llulllmlmlllmlln Lallnllllalllllu-. 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F-gin? it x t U M i ii' , Q sag 1 t " " "if .':: L:1:::" ':1Q: 't .:.i::" 4.. gpg ' l'.-VIE ll 1 1 3:-:J-2: '24-115.141-' ., 'Y'- !""l!Q"'llW "lly"lllyf"ltty 'HIIVWVIDD ,ty -my my 'WIIWFIIHV any 4 ilk 'l I I lm llll I 'IJ 4 5 ly, ..m. .nun .nun .-mln. nth. ut, I ,,uu., alll., null., ,,gIt., -31x.,.:.....:....., -a ...I-. .., X-,- Jumor Class Hlstorq On the snxth of September l920 there was an nmportant addxtnon to the Altu Hugh School It was not a new ltbrarv or some shade trees but a verv large class of boys and gurls whose knowledge of society amply repatd for the loss of a lubrary and whose greeness In literature suffxclently took the place of the tre s to leave the other Llasses Ill the shade When the bell rang for the fnrst time m the fall of vled m cxpenenced Freshmen stood on the portals of for the encouragement of the faculty before begmnmg menster Ignorance Remember classmates how l920 a mtghty band of pu7 Altus High School waltmg the conquest of the terrtble scared we were that first mornmg tn Chapel and how we wondered whv we should be made the target of the jokes of the entlre Htgh School when we lost our wav gomg to classes? Of course our xgnoranee was a source of much amusement to the hngher classes How ever they assumed 1 dtffertnt look when our ftrst months grades were recorded Aft r tle fnrst months expertence had passed we then entered upon a career which would be dxfftcult for anv other Freshman class to equal We succeeded ll'l placmg one man on the Football team and having several others as subs lhe second team was almost entirely made up of lreshmen When we became Sophomores there were some of our classmates who had fnllcu under the burden of theur studies These were replaced bv new students some of whom are stlll domg crednt to thetr class We had bv thus time assumed the dngmty of setttng an example for the Freshmen but we would not accept any other class as suttablt for us to follow As Sophomores we placed ftve men lll the Football lxneup lhns year he lxunbell was chosen All State Fullhack ln Basketball loe Ktmbell and Harold Clark made letters In wrestling we were rtpresented bv five of the best grapplers of the squad We are at the present strugglmg m the trms of Junlordom who hates to see such an excellent class leave her standard The jumors are well known for thenr love of 1 good ttme Some of our fun lovmg boys are the only persons who keep Mrs Itvtrmore from havmg a perfect study hall We as jumors of 1923 have a record whnch we feel that the school need never be ashamed of In Football the lumor class furmshed seven letter men john Rexd Captam Elect Joe Ixnmbell Howard Smtth Harold Clark Glenn Morrow Bull Hale and Perry jackson There were several more lumors on the squad thus year who are sure to make the team next year The lettermen m Basketball were Robert Bones Captain .md Harold Clark In Girls Basketball the junnors furnish ed Bessne Farls All Southwestern Sxde Center In debatmg we were represented by Horace Sessuons who was successful last year m makmg the team This kmd readers ns a brlef history of the orxgm scope and work of the Cla ts of 1924 H "1 ily lllf 'ly 'ily my my my my guy my any My tp! Ulf . 1 - l ' if QU: . it - - SIV ' Elf f 5 - . . . A - ' . ' ' ' - f ' 4- ul ' W - . F gt' . ' ,, ' ,, . . . . QQ - I I ' e. i , .- Q s . 55 V . c 1 ' . , .' ' ' , i n . ' r n - . ' ' 3. ' ' , . I D . ?5 V . 5, . y . Q . ' . '. - , i l , V . ' . 3 r . . , , it . S. Y . .t.. ..n. ..n.. .no-. ,.tu. .u. ..n. .-Ill. .-In-. ..m. .nllt Jn. aut. .mn .e.' - . PAGE 42 FA '. L' V J , I Q ' 3, 2 5 I n. Hllnmul I .. lIll,.nl h. A A Q 'T .nl .,.1lIln .ull llu.nll lla.. ullIh..u ln.: , R-, F E '-sT-1z6,1uL-1' R If--12' r .a-- FRA BRUNSON ELZIE BANKS LOIS BURDEN WIIIIIIV E -nu-P fulplmx :G '- I 1 3 ai 51 9:5 2 R F HDTWi,iw ,aT R' . YW' A I- T O i'!"nIif'WI"1"?'I"'n""f'!"'in""3"?!"''Tf"'f"u""' 4 A I 3 , E 3 in ss 3 3 ICRN ESTIN E BAUCUM ia L R if -L A RERYL BAKER F5 , EE 1 E Q . H 1 -V ' si l'AUI.INE BAILEY PAULINE BALL :, g 5 R L Ui Ng WILLIAM BARRETT EE moms CRVTCHFIELD ,-X c"rmR1.1-:NE CHISUM fag jj Q Mlil.X'lN moss j om. CARTER 4' 5 ' 1535 LETA CARTER 5 xi r ' . ,X . 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GOODWIN QV OCIIC 111'N'1'1a11 D., Vai El'NICli 11o1.1.ANn X Efjfl v v . 1.12m HOI.I.l5 aff 11o111c1e'1' rmmssux I DALE HUtiSli'I"l' ff? 51 fi ORA NAIC Illl.I. if t, 1151 cHA1u.1cs ,lmmsox 1 H iff ggi ALT.-X 1NK1.1:1-:Am :1-i 1: .ffj 111114: ,I M14 sox ff ' IiVIiRE'l"l' ,IUIINSTUN ELIZAIEETI-I INC-IHXM Xi X lj r 2.1 E - A My L T'3M311 4 .1 .d111M111, 1 IHXHIC IX '71 RAYMOND SOUTIIALI. mUJ11 1mH1.1 1 I ' A 1 ' . L 1 1 t x Q A L 4 ,1 1 Q ? 1 1, Q L Q 5 5 'Q 5 I X Q? 1 ? E Q P- J 115 V .,, ' . .mLe.'fR.x1L-jxrah A3 " ' - I nlllll 5lX1HIIh..xHUIIl X. J L ,ly :R , , nllll lllla I In J HSSP MCVVHERTER IiI.IZ.-XllE'l'H MYERS JOHN T. MCDANIFI. HARRY I'l"l'M.'XN 12.1211 I-A lg NPL IMT!! 'ull :nun N nfU11sWWv ' I 3 70? A '- T Q ,-,, Y 3 si . - s J 15 A. f ROY l'I'I"l' VI..-XR .-X ROAFH ll " fl ln- 11 my u QI 'll ' uln'-fqpv 'I "llllv---mms" mln- mm- p-'Inq ' UP' " M u "um "Wulf-r .4 n. null! ll . 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L1 5 ii Sophomore Class Hlstoru That September morning in 1921 as we seated ourselves in the Auditorium of the old High School building we were happy Of course we were glad to be back in school but what pleased us most was that we were beginning our High School career We did our Freshman years work m the Junior High School The class was organized and Lonnie Voorhies was elected President Miss Scott and MISS Henderson were chosen as Soponsors Many parties and picnics were enioyed while we were Freshmen About seventy of us received our junior High School diplomas and enter cl upon our Sophomore year in the Senior High School September 4th 1922 When the class was organized we numbered seventy five Ivan Stout was chosen President, Pat Wims Vice President Eula Mae Fears Secretary and Eunice Holland Treasurer This year it has been necessary for us to do real work It is needless to say that the class gives a hearty response to every call Under the guidance of our good Sponsors Mrs Livermore and Mr Berry we find ourselves in exceptionallv good financial condition We are well represented in every way Three men on the Football squad Robert Sumrall and Harry Putman and Willie Fulton were Sophomores The girls basketball team is something to be proud of. Five of the nine girls who won the Southwestern championship and brought back the two beautiful loving cups were Sophomores. They were: Elizabeth Ingram Doris Crutchfield Mae Jackson Virginia.Doan and Charlene Chisum. The Sophomore girls have organized a club. 'The good work of the Laugh- A-Lot girls is certainly worthy of mention. They have supported their class and its work loyally Officers who were elected for the year were: Martha Thomas I-'residentg Edith McBee, Vice-President, and Elizabeth Ingram, Secretary. Another act that clearly showed the class spirit was the Popularity contest. We chose candidates and by valiant voting succeeded in electing them. They were: Elizabeth Ingram, as the High School Beautyg and Jodie Willoughby, as the most Popular Boy. Among the notablefevents of the school year was the way the Sophomores put over a benefit show at the Empire Theater, With their remarkable efficiency they made this a real success. 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He is a graduate o Southwesten State Normal ff He lacks only a fewhours having his A. li. degree. During this year he has .Syn directed the work of the Debate club and assisted in Track. . Q , ii: ' Miss KATE BURRIS History ' Miss Burris has had eleven vears teaching exeprience, all in the State of Okla- . 5' hcma. She is a graduate of Central State Noral. She has had charge of the 'fe Book club this year. L w S Miss iimnncts naiem' gg Science for Girls .1 Miss Berry holds the B. S. degree from the Texas College of Industrial Arts. She has taught five years, this being her first in Oklahoma. Besides her regular class work, she has had charge of the Needleeraft club. ' 3 li CHARLES I-IATFIELD 4 Q Principal. Study Hall ?, He is teaching his third year in Oklahoma, coming to Altus two years ago as BQ iteache-6 of Mathcemlsitics m Zlhilbenior dHLgh giehool. He dholds thekA. B11 degree rom arson an ewman o ege, an as one post gra uate or in t Un'- versities of Tennessee and Oklahoma. He has been in the profession for ffsurteln E11 years. ?7.s M. H. man Mathematics E: ' He is also a.graduate of the Southwestern State Teachers College. This makes ii lgis foxgrtllc ygarl in the schoolroom. He was assistant football coach and coach of 3 oys as e a . Y 4 ki IQQWX up A I-1 .alba IQWIF ' evnfff' v' N7 .may . F I 5 L- r nlln. ..1 1-.1 frrlrw-A.i, -Q tg.. ii 9--1-i,.. 1, W, :,.ls3y1i4yp.t1'smnw,1r3':1,m!'g aligixmwi time-Y 4., . ..--'Z PAGE 56 ' I Q :x-:qi-.1...-1...-:.v V... l la' 2 5 i "'nm-f-- ,mini-we-ills' ' 'Q'lll"' srsullu- ' --riuv"s"ui 4x"I"'xf"IlII"' '-'t'!lilv"r-'--giuI"'sf"lIl "WNV 'i""! ' xi., ...nu Il.. alll... .illlh. mln. ..nn..'L l .nllm ..nlh.. .nllh.. ..illlIn. ..nlln.. ..ulllu.. i if ' ..,N,,..-1-.....:,.l:..,x..-2. ,s.,f,-rising:-ax.Q - mai ' :' ..- .Yi it 5 is 5 3 - nv' X 1 -4-llln. ' ' h h ir 1 it Junior Hiq Sc OO acu tq IE Miss WYNNELL HENDERSON QE English Miss Henderson holds the A. B. degree from the Southern Methodist University 33 ' of Texas. She began her career as a teacher, in the junior High School two years "5 ago. She has directed Dramatics and assisted in girls' athletics. f MRS. c. D. HENDERSON 4 X5 English Fig ' 'lll" lmdi She is a Texan by nativity, an Oklahoman by adoption, this being her first year in Oklahoma schools. She is a graduate of the North Texas State Normal. She Q 23.5 has directed girls athletics this year. F 5 p : 1. J. MYERS Science fur Boys ri: Mr. Mvers is a graduate of the Kansas Normal College and of Southwestern , Normal. He has had one summer in the Chicago University. He has given thirty ' -2 ' years of his life to the teaching profession. He coached football, volley ball and - track. 5 .5 ': la ' E T' kin.i..Zam MISS BESSIE WEBB Mathematics A Miss Webb is another member of the faculty who began her teaching career in 7 ri gQ Altus, this being her third year. She is a graduate of the Central State Normal if E. and has done further work in the Oklahoma University. She helped direct ' 7 . - . - I, .. - dramatics and girls' athletics. A X an :Xi Fi ?i Miss RUTH YORK Drawing and Penmanship 3 ' Miss York came to the Junior High School two years ago. She, too, is a holder ag FX ' of a Central State Normal diploma., Besides her class work she has di- ' 5 rected the penmanship club and assisted as study hall supervisor. ' 5 S F A LX " F 1 Y sf 5 t is 5 Tag' 5 ' - PAGE 57 ,A , 1 Q ' 1 'J J -,-arg .2 1 5EEIQKWFUIUW'll1l1U"'l1ilii1ml1lI1SV'gillHl'y 7040 A 1. T O ' W111115 M mn11Hmq1mmfn1m1m --,, -5 J, ,-..nlln.....mln...n h-.alll'Ill-.,.nlllllln....nlllll . ' L: g.-vi-9-Q -' ' .xc:.11zA.-glgqg-L- Q ' 1, Y, ' D QS Us 5 if ' if .Y -'f A, W xbzt ! 'Q R wk' 1533 wf v' 1 61 Sw 1 , rr' . 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I 5 4 ,, P3 5 ii 5 , I V E Q s 1 E.: E Zi , 5, Ti :ff 7 .5 .X i ai Qi 1.55 Q?-5 XX 5: Q7,-4 vi E5 I Z ,, RN 2 flfh I E T151 ff f i ai -IVNIOR HIGH SVIIOUI, GR.-XUl'A'I'IiS ' 1 zfriiiii ?,, fi", Mlwmkwz- Q , ,, , 1' VIH LU A fn., ,A . .H ' , , xl I fx xr, -,K 'V-fx XA .w,':I. 17,91 I' P+- -.,,,? 14" . fy up ,l I '- II '- '- ,HI 971 " 'f 1- , ,z'C1'ITf' ' , YI if ' .nn I f Y 5 .Q f 'I YA I IQIIIIIIII ILRQXIJIC GIRLS. SICLTION I Imp R4-w: Ilrmxu. Hamm, Pair, II:1rrIwick, Iizlnks, SIIIIIII, IiIrIcr, Ilaucum, Kiln-j., 'ml Huw: XN'm'r1-II, .XngIunsI, .Xxmfll-rsmm. XNRWI, Iiillmzm. IIIUII, thx. Ymmghlmul, XXRWI, ml lbw: I.IlllIAk'IIVVk'II, I.ittIc, Stu-Iv, Ilasluzuxg Murray, Ilmxglzxs, Iluilm-3. -III1 Huw: lluulsl, Ray. I.uwr3, Iilwn, IIm'tun. IilliII'I'H K'-RAIDIC GIRLS. SICUILION II X Iup Ihmwi IQm'Ic111zIl1, Ilnrris. IM-Spain, Klaullcrurl, Khupm-r, Ifux, Starkcy, Mmmillgu, Qignwg 4 'IMI K1-xx: Smith. XIIXUII. I.IwyrI. Ym111gI1Im-1I. Ilunglmly. Ih-al, SIIIIIIIUII54 II21I"x'm'y, II:mIn. ml Run: Iiizzizxr. Iimmlas. I-UXVHII. Ilciul, lJzn'naII, VIZKCI-isull. IiI1-y, IQiIIw1'1. 4111 Huw: tiihlwns. IXustm, tinwiwilu. XYUIHI, Iiugcrn. Sturm-s. I I I J 4 Iii 'I' I z' 1 I S I-If .AI xg g . K . .-Ig ISN iff? IIN fig IM Iflixl E rf 1 ew 1 I x ! i-ga W I ,',I f A52 I :'!.I sf -f E- I IINXI .KI 'f Q 1 W I -E ' ,' 1 1 Iixg Qi 1 I III , , Y qw. X M-,I -I - wx 'f' ,f,,'f" J, -I f"'4l:-WN . g.X1,k.IxI9'- V ' f' .f I Y"v'1w - 1, - -V V1 H ,Y V .- v, ., ,,.. , ,. ,. .... . ,,, ,. ., , , . -'---111'-1 Iv' ' - ', f. lxILv,,,- wi V - Q 'Y v'yNjM A. ,f u N, ,KA ' 'MA ,f ' , A4'1.,,43,,f,,!"'I 7, 'I ', ,-,., I 'Y ff ' A ' T: Tit I I'.X1 I l'I JIU liltilllll HR.-Xllli BOYS. SliL"l'lON I tp Huw: Xlltgttutt. lfux, tlritlcr, llyrlv, Jxllgllllltl, 'll'lftn'fl, Yztltrvy. SlIIlll'tlXV, lq2llllW2lll'l llzmstm, tlilmlunts. 'ml Kms: Svtttltall, l4'l'UYl'S, llL'I'I'lllg1', tire-ct-tt, Smitlt, A-Xlcxzttltlw, Slllllwllll. 'linttt-5 lflmvcrs, Sllllllllilli. Xllrigltt. . . mul lxmvg liinmty. l':1rtcr, ltztrrt-tt, 'llinm-y, Smith, lfttrtl, Shit-ltls. l-Qltill'l'H tiR.vXlJli IZUYS. SliL"I'lOX ll lttp Huw: .'Xmlcr-tm, liusst-ll, llztrtlcy, lla-nry. lfztil, lilztvk, llullzmel, Stallings, St-axiom 'ml Nun: Nl,-Vritt, lQtlllll1SL'lI. lfullcfy, Klztrtitl, l'lkH'l'lStil1, Szulmlcrs. Stunt. liizziur, Strom ml Rtw: llatkur, lhttltcr, Iirzmu, xylllliillli. ltultttstm, Vtztrrl. linlwt-ll, llurnvtt. 1 Nun: Nlclxtttmv. lllgllilllllll, Nlul arty, iiilvlmmls. l',Ktll'I lil j CD "'fifQS43:'+-C-f+f--gf:-4l,,F------51 ---, - ik Jig: il Qc 3? Q . 1 -l l 5 5 O 25 23 E 'LQ il E. Ri CN ff f-if 5 ig 1 1 1 i AA G. 4 li' l l f lk l--Pia ya EQ Ll' iwwm A. SliYliN'l'll CQRADE GIRLS. SlfC'l'lON l i X Twp Huw: Stugsrlill, Stuvcr, llruwu, lluyrc, Harrison, Staytmm, llakvr, Mcllnwvll. , 3 .lull liww: lil-llcy. Stow-r, Glissun, Ram-y. Lawson, lQipsmu1. Huclsun. Q'lllSlH!l, lsalxvl, V12 Vi' liurrm-ll, ' i .lnl Nmv: Muwu. M1-all, llyrfl, Millcr, lluuicr, Rsmclm, Sn-arry. -bi 3 1? SliYlifN I ll hIQ.XIJl'. hllllh. Slat l IUIN ll f 1 Twp Row: lvcy. Rngm-rs, VVcatl10ru1au, Southall Fuqua. Q.l1lSll1ll. Fail, Parlwr. 5 ' lull liuw: llk'llll'lj.LL'l': Purvmuc, llurush, Harm-tt. Ray, Xoorluus, Houuslmcll. Cox, S81ll1flk'I'S. V ljffl .lrml Ruw: l'llblll'l11l'llllll. Mn-rulitll, liclmllcmau, llluorc, Austin, lXliul.r, Hill. -llll Row: Russcll, R1-irl. Pair, L'aclm-ul1vacl. l.uwry. , 2 ljlr lf: . 4 l 3 5. V 5' 4 X . XX L ,' I ? ? f ip, , . Qs, Fi . lf? Y . ,fy -: . ' . Y X Cya, 1 5 4 1. ' 5 E xv 4 V .q' f l ' A l v 'qxl'-1 gr . FT' ,.... ..-Q . ,. rw ,gi H '55 +L.-.462 llll.AlllllMflllll:.f1lllll'. . 1' l u .L ., , - mf, l'.Xlll'1 li'! H W1 xg, H1 Nxx J A R'1 5,4 l 1 Lui M ul xfg' wi N T 13,4 4 W iff? X I Aj " i5S-uc:ul- 1.,1'f.5":1L3LE' :tl 7493? ' ,A fawe:1 -411:-'Q-K--vw:qvaw-vuw: ww 'f ' I A ' O ' Y'wwv'f41111W111Wrfuu1Wdw1f'ff1 f 1 l'YTTL'1fN 'w,.-- Fling.11T'T"iJ-a1Hi'xL1.3WR?'lf.11'WUQ-Ak '17 xffiy. , JT , A E' Jlmmiim!Ir,1iImY?trf1iiUlM:f4i1mT3:vA4fW?fi ' A: aP.,mf.4n1r -:11-.ibJS J , ,i . T Ki Y n if .3 7 M E , yt ' I K ' E fs 1 : 1 Lg, D! Q' q Rv XX? f i1 .1 , 1 X fi ' 'vf1 1 ,1 N 1' 'Q F24 x f' . :Xxx- SliX'liN'l'Il 1'-IQKIJIC lllRl.S. SlfK"l'lUN lll. I' 'lhp Row: llzwum, 'll-lcfunl. Scott, -lum-S, ljlllcficlrl, L'Izu1t1m, Ramlzxll, Klihlmll-a, XS-X ,I Juni lun: 'l'--niwn, llurlmn, Stuck, Ihmmls. khlv, l'ur1flvl'gl':1ss, Muffin, lhwlzm. JU '- .Hal linux: Vulfln, IH-In-1-, Huh: rtwn, Iinstm-r, 'lLurm-r, lizutllvr, l'rmlvrg1':uN, 1 YA, , SliX'liN'I'Il l1lQ.XllIC IHIYS. SICKVIKIHN I. RSX fi 'lxup Row: lhllixlllll, lluilvy. I2::rrm1, Mzwliu, l.IliSllHI. Nll1llk'I'fllI'li. lilljllilllll, l':l'lj.1Iii11ll, lllukv, "A - Jml Huw: liriuxw-s, liwws, Km-llcy, lim-ylmlmlx, Ilmlsml, Rkjlllbllli Ilriwm-, liillingtun, Tinnvy. xi ' .SHI Huw: K Impmzm. llcv. Nay, Nl1CkllIll!l, Wmul, K14.N'l.l'1lll, Sullmmx Sm-val. :fri -Ill: Huw: Yanrm-ll, lilfkwmrll, liilv, S1t'NV1ll'l, XYiIli:u11s. gf ,4 ' YS .Af f 5 XX . ,Tig lxxx X! 7. I A1 i ., XX QS? ,Q iw: X xy X 1 X4 Qi. Ii l' f A . ff! ,-1 11-fd: ,L 1 ,, . Hi an A 'ffm 5-M551-. , .W , ' v 'S ,x'lk,'Q,,'Nl Nxlgkufp fu 'ww NH suwfuwwu, ' ,Nw XL He-Ja.: "' 'X A' W ' --. . , ,Q 'Mg 'di-,1,A',, .. V7 f ' L1 ' L' ,"wY'1,v N "vv1iv',w1,1fi1 'Y 'H1""' 1r11I1,1lY"' "' ' 3- V1.7 illha Sf:"'3,L ..,., +5-:xg"f1YTNL'1fT'TTv.1ffVTr,x m.ffTTTYTSnT"FfQfff'?l3f'TTb.44'5M1fTfT?xffff"'f,.1Q1lm..,-M z ,, -A , ' HF I'.1l.ll:' 5-5 , I Q ' 'W ,fm - 5 X 1 --mn-f 1 n "- un- "lllln- -tt X 4 ' 5 I CD QW' 4"lllll" "luv" A"'nll"' "'llll"""'lIIIl"' "Nl I I lln.....ullh.. ..nlIln.. . mlm.. .nlllut ..ntllu.. .MIIIA7 '7 A 57 V V V h- .nlllh.. ..nllIa....nlllln.....ulIllln.. ,..ulllm.....nlIlh... I A X , V 1:34-2 .2-Q.-A , A- . f I I.---rv 2','- 5 5 E . a 1 f 5 Sa ti f it 7:5 L 'TE : S E 5 r 3 L : . 'E 5.3 5' gg 55 fri L E ii E 5.5 55 5 FE Li 5 5 ?2 5 1 - SICYICNTII CIR.-UNC BOYS. SICCTIUN Il. f Twp llwwt Kiln-y, Stunt, Sims, Curtcr. Southall, tlurc, Stzwm-S, limit-5, .-Xtlzum, lluilt-y. 4' .fml Huw: .'Xngl11mi, Hullunml, links, liwing. Kimhull, llwlcllvy. xYlIl'k'lt'l', tin-cn, Killmun. Q- E livztlls, Nt-shit, y .irnl Huw: l.ung, Higgs. Cuwzut, liruwn, liruvt-s, lhycv, I'tmlv, Stvwnrt, if i -Itll Huw: l'Ivt-rw, Iiilu, llcnry, l,l'lL'I'S, 'I'urucr. 5 is Q mmol: t'l.L'l: Q? B . , . , . . . if A 'lhp Knw: Xlilfllll. XN'nlIt:uns, lluntcr, llluvlns, iron, llnrm-tt, liulwcll, llmca. XYIu-m-It-r, Qi 5 Stztrmfa. if 5 .Intl Row: ,ltt1-r, link-N, lilzukstmw. Ilurris, SIMPIISIIIY f .tml Huw: llt-nry. f4lll'lk'l'. llmwu, Sta-vvxtrt, Stunt, llrztnml, Wzuwl, tlilwlmm, L'It-t-rv, livntu, ii 5, 'IqllIAl1k'l'. 5 I , 5 -ith Rttw: Stout. Kizziztr, lfitzgt-1'ztltt. NYrig.gIxt, -lucksvn, VX'uml, Rtngcrs. llalwcy. F5 - L 2 2 T A 5-.5 ' J F -ft 5.3 1 . S l L 23: s v : F ' if 1 ' 5? 5 A Fi if EE 5' - 55 E ? 4 fi , T5 ai I , ii 5' E 4 f .- - j Q - " 5 5. M 013, ,' t:" xN 1?' , A -1 1" ' ": ' fV - S: .,.,,,. . un, ,n,.. .Iv ,ul ,, , ,, , , , ,. . ,. .,, ,,.. v , - , - M . .. nl' lu' un 'uv nu Ill' 'lm' l 'lll 'll 'I V 7 92 1 . L.. 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" ' ' ' " 'l'l1- l':1t1'1111s Club f 1l111 ,Illl '1' llig J ,'111'111l is 11v11 'nl e 1'11lt that 'lm' 1 lligh lm: ' " - 'L 1, ' 1' ' 1 1 A 1 1' 'Il1S. 1 Y ---11--11111111 '11l1l" 1111111 "l11lI' "'lIll' "llll""Illl" 'fllll "." lm "'1l1I "'lllI' "Nil "'lll" "l"' 4 .1111 ..11l1 ...lllI. ..1111-. .1Ill. .1l1 . ..1l11. ..1llI1...11ll11...1Il11.,.1l11. .lll. .1l11.. ,.1ll1. .11l. -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l',Xf-llC 111 , Q b4Qyxe--qfzw --1J,L--aan-an'-f-'4irkf4ej" 'Q' 5 A x u J l Y If mflflf''9'L"1llilV"w'1lll'VI f A L.. T O lu31W1f ' 'Q1ni1W1rHmwnfwm1 flllffwM.1UfffIn..11,..1I.:ff4x1l11:!m,nlmTn.xiIlLg K s - 4 V Y W Ikmkmmmmmwhviilimhimlmmmdlmng l' ,Rf f.g,.1kC.1Jr atrnv- sr.-11: -111 M7195 N NlililJl.lil'Ii,Xl"'I' i'I.l'Il 'I up ll-vw: I"m1r1m-min, Mrlhmvll, ,Iumw, tim-zuw, S2lUll1ll'l'N, X1-xxtml. I-I x. Siznrlwx. QXI1-Iill, .'mI N-mx: I11'l'I'j. SIIIIIINUY, lancla-llllnzul. Rnxwll, flllllhlll, Ngnlnlzall. Milk-11 llL'llll'I', fllllffl llll ull l'llIAl't'l', Nllflxlllllll, Nun J .ini ll-m: NIA-.-,IL lumln, llmxguni. Rulwmlv,-ul, killl'I'iN. lhrfl, li-1w:'. l,zm ml, I7ul,vr l'l"YXl XYFRIIII' l'I,l'lZ 'I'-11: Huw: lliflxwll, Sllliill. xlllflill, QQIDVIIYILII, Slllmmm, Xlvl'--flilll ,flhl lxuxx: Nwrk. Nlmllwr. liurlrll, Ilgmlxx.-lx, Illlllill, Xln-rl1.1Il1x', lmull, I'll4QllLL f.lll'Ulll. lux-1 I , , . . . .. I ,ml lx-mi I'I4 xxvrx, Nmllmll, XX:ml,t.1In-I-n. llutl. l u1l1ll'l'. I.:mLw in-fx" 'faff-in V X xx' it 1 Rx' ' as Q12 .WX 'af 11' f E. NI fx! J Al ug-1 5 w X ji x wxxxl x ,ff ills 1 XX I 'K V LW r XJT sf! M F N if ' fir E 5 k , ,P V fg, k 3 Q 4 93 k 1 fi? I I , 1 ? Ek eif Y x s if PN Q V1 A! A SX W i 5 N . ,M nw , , 5?++Aggi1LB,,f' i-S 5- ' I , , . 1 .-c4:w"W1fWnuv""W4vW 'U' ' f WW 1 'N K--aim. M- is P.'.12l" E6 , 24,1 ,S-gg lDK.XNl.X'I'lL S l l.l'li Imp Kun: 1.1--ulwixm, Hklllflllll. IM-S1mil1, Mzuml. Ilvllillgvr. llanrris. liuiml. 'ml Run: llvmlvrwn, SINIIISUIQ Ruul, lsqdwl, Sum, lflvy. l1iHhl'I'l, llulgm, llillf, Nlmmngu nal Kun l,I.1ynI, lk-11111-l4g1':n-5, Slilylull, Nlmwu, lvvy, Miuur, llill. Rm, IlKXNl,X'll1S t'l.ll1 y Nun 1 kllnuuxn. Iflwn, llllfrl-ill, Iiilnln-Il, llnrrmu. I-'ullq-5, 'lkvli-l'411'1l, liullrulu. Iiulw, 1'-,wgw Suu. XYclnlv, Syn-luxury turn: Slogmlill, .Xllalx-lwull, .xllllK'l'54lll, XYU4-sl, XY4lI'I'k'Il, Minn: liulmwmm, liznlrm-ll, Slznmw, liilln'-mx mul K1 xx UiNH'llf, l.1'HI'y. Vublu, l'gnim', l'lll'YilIk', lielmllvvllam, ll-ruusllrll. liugvxw, 'li-Iclunl, XXt'AlllhlllI.1ll, llnlrlmrmx. IZUHAI HT vi, ,,.,Y , ,, ,, - . Ir, IIIINIOR HIGH IfOUTI3AI-I. SQUAD IIIHII Rnwg INIIII-rg Ifnaelil, IXIIIINI-ill, Vkfagnon, Herring, Alexander. Carey, Reid. Stanifvr, IIIIIIIJ5, .Illtl RIIWZ Rnnker, Young, Ii-i'icII-r, Hyde. rI'I1IIInas, Urirler. IUNIOR HIGH l"OO'I'HAl.L s., The results nf the seeunrl season of junior High Ifuothall as shown below. do not 1 seein at the first I.flzmee so very iinpressive, but when we consider the heavy orlcls the team 3 was fnreecl lo encounter in meeting Senior High Schools in all but two of the frays, the E scores hmk a gr?at deal better. I'I'heIteam gave a good account of itself in the Ilnniur lligh ganies. IN neh of this erec it he lungs to the Coach, Mit Myers. , GAINIHS II'2II:II IIIIIII I I'IIIfI': IIIEIII az 5 . 'Ht 1 I ...A...... I ' C I Sl' , ......... - I AI.'I'I'S JVNIOR HIGH ....,,..,. 0 OLl?S'l"ICl'I HIGH SCHOOL ...... 25 EI I3 If: 2 I 1 1 ........,.- 4 X 1 .' ..- . F AII,II:g'Q'IIHhI Iilli HIGH ...,...... 18 HOBART JUNIOR HIC' I Z4 I I I AII, 'H .I III? HIGH ..... I, ,.... 3 LAVVTUN JUNIOR III .... '.I: GI I I 2 III II I II IIIII I , II I'I I II I If II I III I 'II dj I I ,IIIIW II I III IIIIIIIIIIII IIIII III I IIIII III g ' II II I -Q . I I' ' ,., III J III II II! 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X' ---J" W "U" W" 'f' ' W " ' mf' 'Iqltfwlllff "UV "' 'iff 'UAW' ' PAGE 69 IQG ' I I TA25 U - - JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS' BASKETBALL Top Row: Douglas, Henderson fCoachJ, Horton. .Zncl Row: Little. Steele, Douglas, Bailey. Steele. BASKETBALL Both Boys' and Girls' Basketball was very sticeessful this year. Out of twenty-one games played, we won eleven. A new departure for this season was the fact that we ar- ranged the games with other junior High Schools as far as possible. This injected a great deal more interest into this phase of our school life. GIRLS' BASKETBALL RESULTS R HK: ........ F1 1, D IP --AA--- - OW it1,xilil'l' illli 'llfllllll ml UWM? ivlw ,tix wii,iLlllliixW,11W :il llllmii W ii, S lb ---F' -X I r ' llillwl I 'HW ll E lifll , I X it lwlllllU,l1lmlliW willilwllillllllllllllllktrx illmmmwtlurlmllmllin lillmhl' Ili A All ll ' ll W U xii , ,, Iimirpllwullmll 'f 1 4 alll' I pjglumlll 'Ill' W' ist ffff WUWI' it W R ST ! 1 q I ssssi ' 4 n Tj 3 I f - ' ,f 1 ass -J-f-gi! 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W 13 N s 1 Q, A ,Aj 5 , , fgggbgl X 61 2 W ' r'if2mg1-N,ia' E52 Amy, '- -1' ,,,'g ' L. ,. .f fum. ,Y-X off .Q x 1 y A in C7 K! Wy - L' L .. .J ,-'fc f-- i.f.:.,,,.f:-k.1..R1.A1...11:if,..m1.1. MLMHUQw.xrHI:M11UTmm.n1.mm1hxzjzmfix-f:'lLg.AIhb:fi H- ,.,!"fW PAGE T3 , - -1, f,,. M, - - HX' '2,- -.1 ' 6 .. 4 ,4 . M. .fi ?'7'7 A I-T0 ' X X, J, . , mf Y . N..- 1 K. iii 1 ,ll QII1 ll 4 551 l ,, 4 Q1 , xl if ff I M 2 P' L1 54 ,X k RN 5 X1 4 ,N qs 5 X3 ? fi' XM V? fx ff- ' K ' ,XZ . XX ' X J", 1 Q -g . 5x2 2" , Cx ' pp Yr 'x, L.. !,i s,.' l. V ,Y 'f Yi 5 vi Ffa! xN' ff' V 9, Q6 E f nik' Yf 1 rx 5 E S I fl V. Ki ff, 'FHM l.Al'GH-A-LOT ULVI! iff, Slll'll0NUlilC GIRLS' K'l.l'll vX I g, Slmmxsnr, Mrs. I.1vm-rmorv: l,l'1'Sill0I1t, Mzlrthzl 'Phomusz Vivo-I'l'c-Sillvlxt, Edith M0131 ' ' S-'m-vretziry, ldlizuln-th lngrunm. M- UOIurs-1,:1Vvmlz1r :md XVhitr'. XX Flower-Swvvt l,t'2l Molto:-"I,:1ug'h und tlw XVm'ld I.:1ug'hs with Yuu, VVve1m and You XV1-vp Almw," ,fb- .'R'-Qf, Y'i'X lk, Kip V., v J X f Q' , , , 4'-'A , ,-X jf, rn, W ,WA , f, , -, ,Au :N 2 I .M 1 ,M,g4, , A-.15 -- 3 .-., mv- .uw - -V -, 'W . -. ., -' -,-,Q-,-X aL "-3 ' , x X X '- , . .sky x,.....JwA,,.f PAGE T5 X I LL! .ik-.NZ ...,. , .... zur, .,., -..uw ,., , ij., -li X J, ft? 4 1, .1 Lf 45 l 'T Q Vjyf-Y. " p":QQ,z1"HQjq11j-l 1?-L: Mi:-faiji 4 '1 z9gi.l'init.wi4gQ L, UQ. a ' 5'f?1.rT7hwnfTw.1.1:fTt-fain"IY'l111bgy.f1lfiv , em-,mowed fa.-.sm .t fit.--JH -.131 fb.iR?,ga l l '4 ll C P5 :J 9, ,v .. ': Ki 'PHE TEACHERS' TRAINING CLUB " K! ' Top Row: Anglund, Baker, Brunk. Carmichael. lil Sf-cond Row: Dorchester, Gramling. ,' Third Row: Guffln, Hopper, L. Hopper, Harris. 'ix Fourth How: McKinley, Studebaker, Harp. M. Harp, Ventre-ss. X4 Sponsor, Mis. J. N. Snyder: President, Jessie McKinley: Vice- President, Vera Anglund: Secretary. Louise Ventressg Reporter, LN. Kezzia Studehakvr. 15 ffl, l i This is an organization of graduates and post-graduates, who are taking the Normal Training 'K 4-oursv offered by Altus High School. Ry taking this special vourse and with their observa- tion of the methods used in the City Schools, they are granted the two years certificate to '1 ' x tvavh in Oklahoma. ', I X xx X V f LJ.- I .. ' 'Il A V fp -N Vila HP-HK"'t-fax .,, , QeAgmJ'Ii,JlQ'1,fxJ5-".w " WY " ' J" ""' 1:fl'l'7'w ""v'vv 'M ru 'iv 1" 'ww' f' v 1- rw lv --'-l' ww:-"-' "w'-1'-nw--g,x v-- vvr-:'v'-RIN" ':' '-'K'-LY 7 V -'f "' k' .1 ,. IN. - . if 1. I , rw wi - , Q M, 4-inf , f"'-I ,..bpfeimsri.:.f1FT'fw5W.ff:iV,.?'T5fiTMviflrzritffbfiflvnfmfFL11trf,,,fz1m.. ' 'H 'Q-L dia PAGE 76 ' ' Y-" H l1l,1 TX' ill df l X . Xl ' .XX 1" X XXX iw wi 'H X C R fl '3 'Q 15 X l .7 Yfq IX' lb 1 jf r v t, A -I .. 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" 2 ,A 'x ,W 1, Mp' -H F 1 jim ,.- K w 'Q' .M -. fv, ' ' A-,, :f2- -4 J,..1.,,, .L Mg, THE lllCIlA'l'l'l l'Ll'1! Spmxsur, Miss NX':utw-rrmmg T're-simlf-nt. Morris .Iolmsum View--I'1'vsi1lvl1t, llmwuw S.-ssiunsg . Sf-clwmxw, Gvufgv Miller. . ,.f 4 5' 0 ' 'x I E151 FIV? , I Ni f, f . ' ,-'ui 5- J' w. -",,fX x'.' f"C-A -,L...,:. .:..,i., .11 3, xxx' . i f' Q 1 ff? 5 1 ,Si RQ Q55 S4 ixg 1 Q Xi ,Pl I r 4 "A' f "i yt" QQ? r AN f ? H 3 X 4 "xg, 1 3 ,Zi 1 1 f 1 1 X Xi ffl X1 Y. xy M-Y - Jgwbs .5131 2. ,vw - - ...W ,.... ,..,. U1 , ,, ,, Y ,,.--- 41 .4 4. -M , ,., X, M ,X Vx V ,,,, f-N.,.,w U ff:-mf Eff?fmm v,f15wC31:11,.+ W ' I ff-'-fd PAGE T8 -v l A. i 1 K V . , , r, I iq X -- F-- W H2 5 fl 3 W-qululefqlluuiy-,qlmwi-QQIIBI 1 A O mn.. mm' iv q I 1 -filHlm.mlllTr:f.,i 1 MI X ,lo L ,H Xg7..m1ln.....uliln...nlllln...slllllu.....nllu......ulIIin . ,!RQAh- ' - ,lik -- 11' JL -ig: X . , i 4 A 5 i 4 43 Sr 1 1 - 1 3 al L ' E i 2 ' -V: Y E . fl 5-'I .ffl - :LX , ,Q . s -3 ? 3 11 1 ? I ff i Fi ,."I L ai l. .M ff - A- E 5. 1 A T Y SAX 3 , - 1' r : FJ: . 3 , 'E f. '- 'E 5,52 ?5 7 ' 3 1 ai gk ,, 'V ' E A f' ?.-5 ik' LE! 535 Q. 5: if 55 ,jf r I if Y ii xi 33 ffl 'Pop Row: Ulnrk, llnih-y. Socoml Huw: Hahn Douglas, T. Hailey, Huzsett. Cenivr: Tlovn. rg XXX Guy Hamill-y. 'Fhirml Row: llorton. llnmlrick, Russell, Johnson. Holton Row: xV2Llk0l', C. ,E Q71 VV:llkl-r, l'u-ucv. Swift. 1.. 1 5' 'lxillfl "H" Cllllll. BOYS' "S0i'1Al." ULUIL g E Sponsor: tNunn- uf the Faculty would culisl-110. Chief Slings-r, lionoruble Guy "S'l,0acly" 1. 'Q Q lizxiluy. Axsislainl Uhivf Slingvr, "Miss" Hum-l "Auplvhezul" Walkf-r. llnkum Kinir, Travis ff "'l'rzLbo" liuilvy. l'e-mldlvrs ui' Lhe "Siui't':" Lei- Arthur "lD1vk" Bailey. Guv Horton, lilll . 5 iluh-, llvrmun I'--:ici-. hong Rangv 'l'ussvrs, Glenn Russell, llulv Iiogsett, Morris Johnson, ' Rh-hard Liulrlvk, Lowry lluuglus. ,liee1n-rs nf the "Hz" llurrvld Clnrk, Clzulde Walker, Russ 5' ,f -' V Swift. '- ? 'X x M.UT'l'U: - "'l'IlE BULL IS MIGUTIER THAN TUE I.IULL.15'1'." , 'J' it in lnalinffimfff, U ' N J I-uwgm, 'WIP 'lll"' l I 1 av up-' 'Il ' 'sq v"'q v in ' ' -. ... 37 If 'wil 'A-25: -- . .fi r1lWhx.fiilII12i1iIlirl.-nlln..-e ll Allin. .nlu.,..ulll .mlln..allh..1ullu...nllu..nlll-..nlllu..nl..-.. V J?-ff 4i."!1Tx . ,Fl PAGE T9 ' EEQPQS hong. Studelutker, Johnson, Anulund, lwlelit-more, Russell, Itletlrtgo., liizvinr. Walker, l:gu.t-.3 "Nothing B l the I ruth" lly ,lnnies Klontgoniery. SENIOR CIASS PLAY The Senior Class put on the first lligh School play of the season, Miss Nellie Water- man, :is eoaeh, sueeeeded in putting on one of the best amateur plays ever staged in Altus. The play was given during the holiday season and greatly helped the Alto Staff in flllfflllff- ing the Annual. The characters were all well chosen and played their parts exeeptitn- ally well. if-lenn Russell and Opal Mctiregor. :ts lenders. were worthy uf professional eommendzition. CAST Ol' CIIARACVFERS Rqihert lit-nnett, n yU1lllf.1'lll'0liK'I', in love with Gwen ................... .--- Glenn Russell lik M, Ralston, a shrewd partner of Uennett's ..... . ................,.. Ixlpirris johnson Dick Donnelly, the third partner ..................................... --- Hazel Walker Qlarence Van Duseu. a customer at the office .....,.................. --- Russell Long llishup Doran, mueh interested in charity ...........,...... .....,,,. - - Travis Hailey Gwendolyn Ralston, daughter of li. M. ............. ................... - - Opal Metiregor Mrs. li. M, Ralston, liwen's mother ........... ..................,. , - -,, Louise Ventress lithel Clark. a friend of liwen's ---- ....................... . ........... Esperance Kizziar Mabel jackson. a chorus girl ....... ........................ . ,- .......... ..,. X, 'era Anglnnd Sable Jackson, Ill:-1ble's sister ......... ................ ..... - . . .... ....... K ezzia Studebaker Martha, Mrs. Ralstoifs maid ...... ,.,,.,..,,,,,,-,,,.,-,,, , ,.,...,. E rnestine Melxmore 9. 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Y' : W fm'-LQSQTf1'w,f'mT-' Vx 'W1WLL 'mf"',f w'f,, 2 A -1 I--' -1. w-. ----Q ,I----I-Q ..-- --.. .-- , .. lallfflgl vffif A w.. ...ulvlu.. .-utlllllu-lmmllllimlu..mllll'l:Ill.lellllln:II.1lllllilnmlI.-ulxlllw3nLa4IIllI7!u!'. 1 FIN 'I WW ff WF H '-! E P 5 LH FJL l,W1 TL,TULH5Ui 6.,9 limi UJMHUMMM1 I,nPULVd1lL MM VM. 3 S 'Q S5.,x ,s.. v...t v ' T J 2 5 I-'s-on ll"""l I"' "Il III' "II Iv'--IIII" 'H l'Il"' i "'lll"" "'ll"" ""ll"" "'llIl"" " III' Ln ...m..'n..nII.. u..nln.. '..Illlu.u.1lllIn.l .mIu..:, 'I ..nllIu.. ..uIIlIh. ..IIItII.. .IIIllIII. ..-IIIII I I lg -zvqlf i Vivi 1-it 5-1, LTA-f 3 3' Season of 1923 Football Coaches ,-- ... . . s..-F.-bswnvmsiwvfr l I I l I- i l ,l. N. SNYDER, COACH. R. BERRY, LINE COACH. The Season of 1923 was a great success in Football for Altus High School. The School Board, handicapped by lack of funds, was unable to have a fulltime coach for the High School this year. Consequently some of the Faculty had to take charge of the different Athletics that Altus was represented in this year. Coach J. N. Snyder. in his first year at Altus, turned out a winning team and came very near taking the Southern Conference championship. Altho the Bulldogs lost the crucial game of the year they made a record that the school and town is proud of. Coach Snyder won his three letters in Foot- ball at Culver-Stockton College, in Missouri. He came here highly recommended from Colo- rado, where he won the Eastern Colorado championship last year. His almost unexcell- ed knowledge of the game coupled with his fairness and impartiality won the members of the team to him and made friends for him wherever he went. 1 Coach R. E. Berry, as line coach, made one of the best lines that Altus has ever known. He made his letters as a lineman at the Oklahoma University and was also Assistant Freshman coach at the Oklahoma A. and MI. when he at- tended there. It was his consistent work and advice that turned out our wonderful line which held like a stone wall at critical times. Too much cannot be said of these two men who besides having full classroom schedules, volunteered to coach the Football team. This was entirely extra work with them but they came forward and turned out a team that Altus will always be proud of. f. '''IIV'Ill,!!Lf"lllI!"""Illl""'lIlll'A "lIllI'f1IllIl' "Ima" 'nun'"Iml'f'"IIll""IIlll' "ull" 'IIIIV' "'lIl" I I Ill Ill: III: :III III III III: ll ,.n. ..III. .Illln .-IIII. .-IIIIL ,nllls .IIII. .II I. .I I. .1 . .. .. .I . .I I. ..u .. .I .. .,, PAGE 84 f - , f--' A H ' l ui- 5 lla.. nlllh ffllllumllla Mlm. Alllltwllu- Q A A 4llIl.AIlllliKulllllladtlllllll Mlllntmlln. I 1 yqii.xl:,Vi'q.s1,.....vI'a , X , -. 'I I Q Q l Q I ll I N 2 l' -qpv' wmv' "lull" "IMI" 'wmv' 'llll" '-gl' lvl" "lll"', "'l"Q """'Q "'lll"' "'lll"' "'ll I Ig I 4 h I s I I I Z '- .lin I I 5 I l I ll I I I7 D - I 1 ft- ,Q ll ' 4 SlCl"I'lGlN'll!lCR 129, 1922, A'l' QVANN.-Xll. AI.'I'l'S 7, QUANNAH 0. ' 'l'ht- Iiulldogs wi-nt into this gannr with st-voral in-w men lll tho line-un. and only ri ft-w days scriininago to tholr crm-dit. hut dt-spite tht-so handle-aus they' showed thvy had tho stuff for at winning' tvam. The Altus bac-ks drove thru tlw Quannah line for ronsistent trains, but duo to poor want work and funilulvs wart- unable to Storm- until the last fluartvr. ? .rln-n Hear Smith, tht- mighty Altus guard, grabbed a fumble and raced thirty-fivv yards for tha only tout-hdown of the ganw. 'Pho entire- lim- playt-d a Stellar :annie as was shown 5 : Q I' hy the fat-t that Quannah did not mailto a singrlt- first down thru the lint-. lil: Hill Hale, at ' Q ' tackle, was the star of tho frnmv. c'lm.rglng thru and getting the Quztnnnh hacks he-hind the 'I lint- tinw :tftvr limo, f - f 5 ' tN"I'Ol!lGll tl, A'l' ll0l.l.lS. Al.'l'l'S 6, ll0l.LIS 7 ?, In a gann- fi-atnrt-d hy the- cimsistt-nt fumbling of tho Altus hacltfit-ld tht- Hollis ti-nm A won ovt-r tht- llulldog:-1 hy onv point. ln tht- -first half tho Bulldogs tort- thru Hollis almost Q ' I at will. hut wlu-n a fe-w yards wort- not-dt-tl to scoro the- hacks could lint hold thu hall, Hollis 76 ,A 1 e-wort-d in the st-cond quartt-r on at fakv play and kim-kt-il goal that eventually won the ganna. Ev, In tho si-cond half the Bulldogs came havk fiughting and tore thru tht- llollis line for more 71 gains. hut due to funihlvs vould not :wort-, until the last quarter when a long pass to Capt. h :E g -2 l'i-acv nt-ttt-tl at touchdown. The goal was missvd giving Hollis a one point margin whivh was I3 7 if nvve-r ovt-rt-oint-. Anothvr dt-sw-ratv vffort was niadt- whun the Bulldogs carried the ball 5' the entire length of the field only to lose it on fumbles. , I l ' 1 l I . - - is l'lIl.IUI II' I II- ' - l ll "H 2? 3 . l ll I Il , 5 ' 'A lil X-l l I ll'Il I if ' ll iw IMI II IIIII I 'E I l ll ill III lII II I I I IIIII 'I l 5? 4 7: I I I l I I I I 3 V. , Ng u -tI 1 I 'l -l la I Illlllllll X 2 I 1, il lII WI lI llIil III , IIIN II 1 I I I l l I I I I ' l I g I , l LI II l I , Ig I I , I f ,- a I ll 1 'IIIIIIIIllIl llllif ll ll lllllllw ll l M ll' K I XlIl ix llIIN I I I 'IHUL ll 'JIM III I I my ' I ll I ll -M li '-III ' f vi! 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The stubborn f 5 11-sistuncv ul' tht- Clinton line vould nut stop tht- pnwerful smashes uf the Bulldogs, nur vuuld L -Y tht- S4'0UlI1lH,ly ll1'ft'llSE' mum with the uvrlztl gzunv. 'Phe Bulldog lint- lu-ld likt- at stunt- wull. Many UIIIFS lu-id and Smith duwm-11 the enemy hacks for lm-use-s. 'Fha whole twnn work:-tl : 5 lu-tae-1' in thisl prunw thu? ill any uthr-r uf the se-ztsmm. 'l'lw work ot' IX:-ur Smith ut Euzirxl und I J Hui n-y :lt Ulll was thv Q-nture ul' thu- ganna-. 5 1X 5 lN"l'tlI!l'Ill 20. 11922, AT Al,'l'l'S. SNYIDICIC ll, AI.'l'l'S Ill. -X 'l'he- l!ull1Iup.:'s we-rv in an cripple-tl 4-umlitlnm for this guunv, Ilnwwrlln-It-ss, thx-y nruvt-cl I0 the- I xg Snyalvr lvuyx that tha-y wc-ru mush-rs ol' tht- g':lnn- :Lt ull lima-S. 'l'hv visitors wt-W mln-uisivvly 7 Q ulllplzlye-ml tlllmllgllurlll the' gzunu and only UHCQ' wore- they in striking clistzuu-v ut' ilu- Altus E goal, hut lln-y vould not m'llvlr:xtv.- tha- slum- wall defense ul' ilu' Altus lilltf. 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They got it. as can be seen hy the score. Hobart scored in tle first few minutes of play but were never in striking distance of the Altus goal again. With a smasling attack and an air-tight defense the Bulldogs had their oiptntnts completely outclasscd running the ends, plowing the line or passing almost at will. Moriow celebrated his return to the game by scoring four touchdowns ln the first half. NOVEMBER 17, 1922, AT DUNCAN. ALTUS 7. DUNCAN 2. Playing in a sea of mud, against a heavier team, away from home and against a team coached hy Dutch Voyles were the odds faced by the Bulldogs in this game. From start to 'finish this was one of the haxdest fought games ever staged on a High School gridiron. The same old unconouerable Bulldog fight which has saved the Blue and White many timns saved us once more. Duncan got off to a two point lead early in the game and were never headed until a final desperate rally in the fourth quarter netted the Bulldogs a touchdown. The game was featured by the line plunging of Kimbell, the defensive work of Hale at center and the long returning of punts by Clark. NOVEMBER 24, 1922, AT ALTUS. FORT WORTH 6. ALTUS 13. This was :1 fast, exciting game from start to finish, especially at the flmsh, when the Bulldogs were successfully checking the opponents' attack on our ten yard line. The locals started off with a rush and scored in the first few minutes of play, when Sumrall picked up a fumble and ran for a touchdown By a series of passes and line plunges the Bulldogs battered their way the entire length of the field and scored again in the first half In the second half Fort Worth came back and with baffling attack of fakes and passes scored their only touchdown in the third quarter After a, short period of confusion caused bv this un expected attack the Bulldogs settled down and held the vlsltors for the remainder of the game I xi! ,HX mum 1 num My i, itixtiiiimiiwiii t limit., li P l i iii J Mimi' A f mg? ilmol PV' ZW X of? 1 v ,I IDHDV 'Ill I llnli I' II ll' III ll. 'I Q'I 'I lu Il l.'0 Illlll llll I lalllll :insult got lazy A A " if .li .2 H ll 1 J I il 12111111 rigx Nwwiiuiiilmwn M '1'lllu.l wiv 'J Q! .I imginmiwimii ,ml -iw N , WWW W sl WX IWW U iii il p A all - un nh Ji . H 1 I., ll WWE V IU lv 11- Q Wy! lui. it itl Q, -.44 Q:e1-Qji ,.-.,4 I 'f f J ,,L. 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'Phe game was featured by the slashing' :tttiwk ot' thv Bulldogs which kept Lawton on the defense the entire last half. The lnwala L Q' tori- tlrn the Lawton linv, around thi- t-mls and passed almost at will, while the Lawton QE ultack was helpless against the stone wall defense of the Altus line. 5 D FE ?3 PEACP:-C,xP'l'AlN-END Captain Ike, playing his fourth year for A. H. S.. was one of the most dependable ends in the State. Fast :tml ai-tart-s 'vt'. it was almost im- possible for opponents to get around his end and wht-n it camo to snatching passes he was if in a Class by himself. Ike played in c-vt-ry X minute' of every game during past Season it and his natural disposition time Coupled his y N id:-al captain, wi lllllllll ll xl 1 I playing 955 lu' the given a berth on the 53 W x and -Wtate Qs, i ll llfl I : . f F5 a --if .X A il .FIA 'I S 1397 PAGE 89 . ., Y, h,,.,, -, ,..-I Eli , -1-0 IX 1 I 'Sl fs- ?: - fjl Liu l Q " "' -- ' M- ' FLN2. 5 wx 11 u ' r - 1 v --n - - v- --u nf- A-u nv'--u 1- -1 . 11 ., .. .. ..., .. :QQ zf' A 121 9 xg1.......:f'1.......r:2......l'f:...11..::'!!:......1'.:.......:r: ts 4-4 ' l- .w - ilsf-115421:-i'!iL E' - L- 4 5 12 45 1 ii 5 4 5 i 4: sp z 3 5 3 QE 5:5 as 5? if as 1: ' E , 3 'g if ij ' E: 1 5 1' . E 7 21,3 ' 3: 1: 3.3 H 5 v I E 1 5' f Eg z Elf. 5.3 111 , V RICIQ-TAIEIFIEZEJT DOUGLAS-HALF BACK SMITH-GUARD CAPVIAIN- A A U "Rip" started the season If the fame and glory on Reid played his second at end but was shifted to the gridiron were to be fi year fur the Bulldogs dur- half. It was While playing gained by consistency, ag- 'ig ing the vast season and this position that he dem- Eresslxgsglesisi lxalgiawggrknsrgg gi mf? figgfgsgc-sndegtrryfe glsrgffltelgle hi? aw:-like ggolfng vxnild appeai' in box car L 5 On the offense John ?.1lWEa!'S gainer, ruins gocid lelttzzlxlse cgai-veryTIs23gt 315254: ? . e- , 1. a " , - lllehgle nd Oni tositlon ggcepasses eaarnd a. mlghty ing flllalili l' Sie? 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He could alwavs team is composed of a num- use Slgngerg :sd avoxglgr I 5 find the npuonents' weak ber of just such men. He defense mad. HQ, hits .em -:pots fur ans, He is one has no visible weakness. hard and 6,-any ta es I QQ, uf the pl it-l wwswl uf the either rm offense. or ldefensv. more tha ng to b i ,gk Stujgy lxenmh I Q N ? good His regular Dosition lS tackle him dm ll - N el i . ig VJ, ll sua chflnz thii. ,ham from bl' when Phe need' HWS? for line s shine 'p aye , W c 55 Q5 lhe pzu P. Ram isrtilil kind Wi enter B12 Hill was Shifted!! ,I ,' s he s. shuuldy ag J ?J , crufuneriback who lways lil 135 C mm: ima Where ,Il QM 1. Sta honor Y n I la , 5 ISE ,xggiwlifikfes personal h xv rs to M imap, ly tale 1 Ai - ii ,, A' H' -Ni l 2 V' ' tiles Ateam mates. l-ii hard ,Q Vhainagdme ' ,Har Tig ' D gy ii 1, Nl' 5 Q k and vyqnderful field Mwl1,,w,ith ther-jg' ' ,YM MH M, W1 ' fi . V4 Qmlsniplkgymvmhimx Allltf wx ll iilgpl I X l. 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RI EI llox pllvul hl flrst year nf footlmllthw year b t h url Q ININAKIOII kc weterxn IE md fmt on hw feet ln was: a tower nf strength ln tht line He p1'1y ed hird all the time and gave -L good account of himuelf lil 6 g me but e 1 wtf Y l I. game at ukm 1124 h l ton thru aln downed L ThDDOS nn a. s for los e n , oaches mcked Bob f ll Qouthern Co ilrence Q ru and we exnec 0 wee im mike '1 wtronz b for 1 I ARK HAI FRA! Ix vs om o the but moknn fuld rurmerk that ner more the moleskins for A H S Although hdndl capped by henng small h new a Euod :round gfumr md when lt rftme to turnmg puntfa he had no qull ln the Southern lon ference In urew kept hlm out uf unes thls season but IAQ lx'-l JN-l l Allll Qalldpln 'ls he IS knuvxn Kohn'-a team mites gut off to 1 bad Qtart but .after hm hut hls wtrlde he held lllk :mn xuth the he-St of em Not ft flaehv nlfner but Just Lug rangy fellow who .al was mak A hole on thc offense s one l on the leve 1 e la w dm i tue oou trv Q ,I I I "t"JfL.12LN l I WNW will l 3 f J St te h x ear , ll ' ll ll l ' ww' If l H11 2 2 em S 19? ip ? ' x i ,Z ,-- "D'D?07Y , . 7. , .. . ..' '..rfd Ybf' A 1- T O v A Sl li :V 5. 5:1 2 z 5 1 E ... . 1 L E. 'S 3 S fs gi f-E 5? E. 5'-1 I5 .- L1 :V ?i ES -- LE 1 EY allu- In lllll ' Alf' Ill lllll :lull llllll lllll lllll nllull mlm!! mlm! .ollll ollll llllll lllllt I PAGE 92 -iff! D ' l f tru .- ' cf 1 .fa 1 r 5' 'g ,T,3- Eff. 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N ' 3 f E NA 5- ' PPIACOCK-GUARD MORROW-HALFBACK BAILEY-END "Bum-k." came out for Foot- "Uutch." playing his second "Steady," playing his first ball for the first time this year of football. played in year as a regular, lived un season. but his lavk of ex- hard luck throuzhout the to his name in Q-very re- ue-rwnce did not hinder him. season. He received iniur- spevt. Steady never had for he. curno out with the ies in the seonnd zame which any off days and his spec- determlnation tn make food hindered hum for the re- Lacular catches, gf long pass- :mid he dm. Nikola was n. xgmalnder of the season. When es and 11 , im-Q9 tagkling' ar me-1 , l ut f 2 was in shane. he w s f t d f ' Dlay a Qimllhli-1' ,d ento ali one of the fastest men gn 822513: I 'Kg 0 eng waysl - ,sw that' ligiiearn- thg suuad and zained many made mm ' gn ed v yaid li Hlmadv ygnds through the line and l, hen tackled ,I 4 nf! . . . r , l 1 . . . - Uilh v, M 1 m. . This xskguclcs .zhoizmld nd. 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If I9 'Q :X 33-- 'rf'-lf' U 1 - ii... 2 5 - . if "'llll"Q'lllIl" ' 'wmv' '-nm.-V -qmw -.,w.- VH, ' , , ,. , , . , l , , I If 'l.. ..nIll. .nllll-. .nlllln nlllln. nllll.. .nlllh NI. Ill tum' Ill 'Im' ll Huw ll Hmm If -5 'L 'A KL I.. 'Q V 1-be .n n. ..ul ol, .dl ln. .ull lu. ullllu., ,. 7 H- -'-' - -u -il -i 1 Ai -. The Games 1 z AT SENTINEL. ALTUS 21. SENTINEL 46 The basketball season opened at Sentinel. The Southwesten Champuons had already ,- won six games and the odds were agalnst Altus. The game was fast and the end of the 1 , flrst half found Altus leading by two pomts. but in the second half the superior condition - 5 of the Sentinel team caused them to take the lead and keep it the remainder of the game, W 'E A'l' ALTUS. RAINY MOUNTAIN ll. ALTUS 33. E A default in the schedule caused us to accept a challenge from the undefeated Indians. - This was the only game of the season when Altus was represented by her complete line-un. ' 2 The Bulldogs played airtight ball, the Indians getting only one fleld goal. I AT ALTUS. CLINTON 22. ALTUS 20. if 2. fi Altus faced the Clinton team with a crippled squad, only one letter man playing. The , 5 4 old fight was predomlnate and Altus took an early lead. The game was 'fast and furious. gf Clinton finally ovrcomlng our lead and noslng us out by two points. ri , AT ALTUS. DUNCAN 21. ALTUS 20. The Volyesmen came flushed with eight stralght victories, defeatlng-the best teams in I 5 the Southern Conference. "Dutch," our former coach, felt very confident when he saw the 1 L 3 crippled line-up of the Bulldogs. The game was the hardest fought of the entire season. 3 : At the end of the flrst half we were leading by two polnts. The Altus fans were simply bi wlld At the end. of the game the score was tied. In the extra period Duncan scratched is out by one polnt. 52 V AT LAWTON. ALTUS' 9. LAWTON 21. ? 1 Again Altus had to start with a crippled line-up, ln fact the worst of the year. Two 2 lettermen were out and the rest of the squad being unfamiliar with Lawton's court had a - L? hard time of lt. The game was very rough, Boies and Sumrall being forced out by mjurles. . - " Lawton treated us mighty nlce. T: '.1 . .-. . ,.- .-3 2- AT ALTUS. ANADARKO 21. ALTUS 18. - 4 AT ALTUS. ANADARKO 20. ALTUS 24. 'A QE The flrst night the Bulldogs could not get together and the result was 9. defeat. The next night they came back with the old line-up and poured lt on 'em. They were playing ' 1 real ball. This rolled down the curtain for the season of 1923. E ..lllll:.l:. ,. lf""Mwf,nl1'lf d 9? 1 j WW' W" xlmlllllllunlxt '!UW"UU11lb All 'll ' 'mill' . any rl"l'l .ll,l'l'l"l f. I, f Im mall' 'mlm Nlllllllxllwllllllmlll 'mx dllWI1l1,lfU1lT7ufm"V3f' i HW M W4 y-MW! ll. all y WU M W l I'Wg?fj2llln19' . Hlmlwlml W 3 . .rl-I1 .. 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He is the kind who plays 't 1 :una worker. lie will by lt him lv graduation. glzliggsirtgamgsSE3?g,tg1llxg.:gg l it gi asm - fa: bs Qt N 1iL,.lU1lU!lf,',fll'Hl, rl it M0101-ig' , GM yi 5,l'V'LW1lmulm iw M Llllumgllld t7 -Wx 'Will' will lily NlllfUl'1Uf", K . Y . ' fljfjmll' ' xiii llg L -W H 'fi g t .lll!l.3ll' ll ll-illiilllllll lil itliilii-iiiffaW"ll' i ill :Wl'sW'lMA' ,ill if 'lil l W' ll' 'iifiwl' i ,fffifxgvt f if 1 ? ff' , 1-,gli , t ,Xi ' 2 it ' ' XM W x'l' A fl iiii 1 ' 'Y-an 1.21, ff.1".QfI'f'f?ff..TS1,f'L:ff'till?-V.1fTYLw.lfi'TTr'.ffTl5?f21'V'rffffQfilififfffkifl?:51fjt:fZflLZm.,4.f:!Ei2ifg W-1 A -, PAGE 97 ,y K 1 Q . ' , b---yr--me--1-iff?-rslb 'ir A Q. 5 5' f L 74168 P1 'f T O7 ' 1",.":.."1!'r::'4 axe' l7 1 5 4112, ik:-nfpdlru 112 'ill llsu .4 yi lf? Q i b Q! A fi . ' ' x l 3, l 4- 4 Fi 23 xx all 4' ' Z YV 555 f ESE Sig F' l lxql is be ll l f xl xy. ' xil'Y l1AIl.l'IYflll',Xllll JOE Mx't'l.lCAlil'lN f'I.Al'll XVALKHR 13 FUNKY.-Xlill GVARIV ANI? 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O. ul .Ml l IAPXYHY IYOIKILAS ll.XlUlLll t'l,ARKftil'Alill Iitll-llCli'l' S'l'lX'lliAl.l, kylil FUIUV.-Xlill GV.-Xlill " Huis small stzttutt- t'I1Hlrlf'Q Q- lv--tix. was always rvliulfle. i-im tu lbl't'Zlk thru tht- ftp- lltflfs st-nszttiunstl gtutrtling '-X llis t-tml, st--mly playing was ionttiits tle-t'vi1st- with t-use snvvtl us many points. :ts no li tht- stimulus that ht-ld thv :tml atlthn at f.'Illlll'tl ht- was ttqnn was glhll. 10 yvqrk 1119 'K' tt-aim twpit-tlit-i' in tht' most 1-nv of the high point mt-n lmll past him. lh- 1112131-tl ' t-xviting' gzum-s ut' tht- yvair. ut' tht' tvzmi. llis wuntltfr- zt clt-un. stt-zuly gunit- with Jlt- plug' tl iv t-uurt :tml ful Klum' wurk coupled with ph-nty of fight. XXX- lust ' shut luisvxu- llryl as wt-ll. his kilowlf-clg.rv of tht' gaunv Rolfe-rt H 4 iltllv- tif thc - Aimtln-rl Q u is lust, wi'l ttimhle him lu pilot thv smstni l l V lily ll wtilvrs to at 1'lmmpiunship K I , N WY, ll :W-xit yt-nr. A . R . jj ' ll Viv J llllllll :ll 'lllllllllllll l 'Q l l "' wi 'll llllll if tl "ll il 'I l y. l ill l i l ,mt ,lu A 1 llllb l l t ' I l tl l It , X X t X N tl ll :xi 'W Wlilillqmwl ll M ld W Il I 5. MMWl"l" ill lllllllllllml ll ll ll lm llTflllil,lfii1lHllllll"llll' "'-1 W V W S I l ll, it ilmlllllllllmlll ,lll i lxlixi xxxfv 1YW4i-,Q i Qf" H' ,lf ,f'AK-T! ' g ' 't" Xi i' A U mmf .5,f-vggfgggwmq Egg-- .qigiifl t", ,. PAGE 99 Nt ff ix Y , I ty, FN l , lil lie Fill W lffa M :jfs 2 X3 lffl he if 1 4 xx li-gi 4 iqti Q T iff l lit lffs UN iff-9 lx it i 15.2 K' i ill We Vit It . lf' l all if 1 i Xl' 1 - l f -i1Ag,h:t3QQ-,1fgzifAit-Q- --fir rf'-6 1 11 ,. '4 'A iw f?'V'r " A tw eta, its - tv. ' w'fi"-,,. .I 'i' Q' ' W 'W' ' "9 N7 ' ' K 1 'i"1'Ti" ' ' r V ' " ' "1 'Q' l 1 i ' ' 1 V1-?i1f5ij'Q5 1 ,j-gif fffl ,ti.,,.,. m . . il : A.-f-E, g,.4.,.jg.g IZ-X" kit. fr? L1 , 1 SN L 3 iii L' ' -2 it Q gt 1 fi :lf 5 I , - gl 24 'E Ci F 2 fig E? , X V t, it t Q5 f ti 9 'l'Bk'tbllS it if ll' S C15 C El CCISOH A- 5 tSL'MMARY Ulf Sli.-XSONJ t The llaskctluill seasmi upvin-cl with much interest manifested both from the girls 1 Qi!-5 :intl frnm the sclitnl as well. Coaflt lVlcIJm1iel'S call for candidates was speedilv i Ffh zamwerecl. The girls atartecl practicing in earnest. There were several positions X tg tn he tillt-fl and' Ml-ss McDaniel used rare judgment iii her Selections. Proof of her .A f I work 'I'ltl,lVilUlI1g is to he had in the fact that her team repeated their record of the . 1 ' peut yqilrw, Kl"iYilii1 thu cup for the third cnnseciitlve year. rhwwli' I I ' l- , Y "l va lg?-alrtecl ,off fine. winning every gvame until they C' ilidnllaw n' XX! V3 llcrp ll1e'?'-llilit first dc-matt due to the "flu and t e 'ourt. Fhfhe o y QW I r , gx W ww-teat inn .ulml lstered -by , alilarko where the tea, dl the wo gay 5 fi 5, 5 5, lim. ltfus pmt-Url l1..El.,?111wL-riinrity'ldvllqjlwwwrlcusn the T A NUM ,ll If I 'gl " "1 - ' , . W l 5 i ii! i Milli l, l' lll l A 'iiitMitliliiiiil W i tt illffllll il A l 'W "ill il- f Qi 1 f ,Iwi ilhliiiim hill Wiiltrlpllllmlillilllll lllll it X lllmllllili. lllnluplnmllil 'Q' 'Ili -lililfb rl ' H ' 'W li El ' i' i 1 , ,g Vt, ,l, , in . I I if l' li M' . f if t fy l lk 'UU fi PM 1 WN' ii li' l e 2 Qfff :Kiwi QQ if-it 1 girl l e x f, f :E rf i ' l l ll -714 72. V - .-:Fi-1 Militia i l . tt fl Yi l l' f t V15-yi ft X 5 - i' 1 H 2 fi ""i!,v X in . A ' I f - 1 I! X -'4 X F il If 4 7 y 9' fl--Qi Y ' My rr H ,Xi Q9 f ,A fxgf ' A 1 ,V ,A jy 4 A- lf X, A W-, , fu, l 1 viii! ' " K wif I 'xg' -' -vi A i' 'J " J "" "Z ui yrr tp ' 4 ' 2 F' li 1 , 1 PAGE 100 Girls' Basketball Season QSUMMARY CUNTI NUICDJ The- team was made up of nine good players, lt was not rt one girl team, as 1 f., flwil' l"U't'l'Y11n2zil teamwork showed. Their coaching made them one of the strongest Q teams of the state. - 'l'he.featl of winning the Southwestern Teachers' College Cup for the third eonseeutive time was the result of hard work and plenty of fight, Altus was not ' q lucky in the drawing as they had to eliminate the four strongest teams there, Our 5 opponents in th finals, Anadarko, had not inet a strong team until they played Altus. Li V The girls went into the game tired with the strain of winning four games, but they gt 1 I arose to IDEM' F-Psion and gave the Indians a severe trouncing. g . Jawa . Rh re of thc team's success goes to Miss Elsie Mc ,U-Lg m Lg , 4 ht-rle ters in' I9 20, and Zl, S ie was Captain and Cent i her st year d 4 1 qllC5Z5l'lll'tl in m ig the Alll-lx te Team one ygarl pro ed tha he n ,5 , lmhnuyyliu as well as R ay liallg fart 0 rs herlt the eu1 H tow I aa it It ,llllllllll at it it T The 1-Etire selwol reg,1l"t-S that Rh 1 kent the team from going X fi ufrgrtniiieglillas we feel sure tha . would have annexed th lvitle. 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As Clinton had the same team as last year, the Altus girls were a little worried but after the game had 5. 5 started it was easy to see who was going to win. Every girl on the team fought to 5 the very Isa' and Altus won again. 2 ' u 1 FEB. 2 AT DUKE, ALTUS 30, DUKE 17. L E The girls played with the same old determination thruout the game and won 'Q by an easy score. F5 FEBRUARY 3, 1923, AT FREDERICK. ALTUS 31, FREDERICK 16 . 5 . The girls jonfrneved to Frederick on one of the coldest days of the year. r ' They managed to make things hot fo-r Frederick and hung ,up another victory. F FEBRUARY 7, 1923, AT LAWTON. ALTUS 23, LAWTON 28. "T They left the "L" in Lawton because they didn't know how to play peek-a- p- 5 around the posts on the court. This was our first loss of the season, E. 4 J-5 FEB. 15 and 16 AT ANADARKO, ALTUS 23. ANADARKO 27. L 5 ii - ' ALTUS 24, ANADARKO 22. E, Our teams had to ride all day and were tired out for the game the first gg . night. 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She- was the tvam had someone they har first year. she was fm'- I " so fast her forward never could alwavs rely un. She- of the hulwarks on the de- XX flvl louse- and sm-ldom Ent a. m-ver lost her hwad and al- fense. Mae has two more ,J If shut. She made the All ways HRV? a :road account years. and 5 the rate She ' Q Southwesfv X11 fb-am. An- Qf herself. This In-ine her is advanc i i,Iw make a irsln-lg Sf-gtfrg KHQQX' agl Wloss to fl-PSI! Yfil? she- has a berth All Stat Fx ,H Ji J! J 11- earn. 3 W, , ' 1. 1 I CITIC le-L or Dex ye-ar. F' ' ' ,sq 1' ww M h K W! r 1, 1 , 4 , ,Q 1 5:1 X X If ,IMI UNM! M1 , H Wm 'N Q 2 H,-I hx lui wk! ul "N 'QW HXUN1, Qu NW' wtf " ,NNE yydlg, JN! ,'My:f,wH! Nw i N 211.4 ' ,YR WN J Qfwffxll W HQ ff' ,T K N 2' ' 4 l 1' X W H 'XMWH1 Nh-Q N W' f wa NWN! f 1. 1 MQ! N MSDN .ww lwlgkf px M :Q I NK MN XM ' N 1 5 I l A um u Y Yfffw, X w 1 fi rl A W W X hm! 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The- easv with 5 ' ff 4-umm-tl hy hvr short stutut-1. size enalvlml ht-r to ruu whivh sho shot lmskvts with 2: llvr suv:-tl on the court. :mtl Ul'IY'C'lk'S-A urounzl ht-r mation- either hand was unvztnnv. fi in-r uhllitv In fifrlit to the ents. Altho her first year The "flu" ture-vented her 'E ' . last whlsllq' numle her ri she nmde tht- st-vnntl All from froin ' o the- Tourna- A f' urvat cnmitlut. jxll-She is lost Smtthwvstvrn 'l'e:4m. She- mt-nt. flrw haf-k :Text , g XX by rrratlhltlksh' Sud hor plat-.A will lw hawk tu-xt vvar to year t", 'prmluqf fa Q '5 E551 will lciartninlv by lgllfdrll to hqlp win another Pup. winnittgkx tea . H' X15 QJ lr 5 5 VII.. it li t, ,, Q I, ' rl ,Es it xl, X AH th' "1 tr F - 1 l , ,, 'l A ,J ' L 'T 1 3 ' "' XZ JUAN. x W my tt Nl X Yu W, lv . - tt , , 1 lt , 1 tg 2 , gm N ,lst I, ,',44!lxjtt H 1 ,5 ' gt' ,.x ' t Wt My 1, . I l it ,, , , f 1 -- . t. - - ': VV, -,t tl ,tl N" Mtv" ll 57 X l "Wm in N tw "N z.' 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V, - h - '59 rr rr xii 4:5 fy' - 52 , 'i 1 1-, - 7'----ut ' f li t- t f WW , Nw fi' N23 "-1.321 fig LJ Nt X f.l',fQ"9g1c-113' LF,Q'gLfQ,AQ trqwyvxgl'yuLtlyxqwiN,tUy1ugpfgA,,4 1' 5 I if "H -N K -gfifigt 1-fgxfft .b,f3tm:ulbtw Rb.4HllTr,,f1tltxw.,1tTltMtYlTlimntLHmfrHTht1ilh-.fihmtTTnyatiIDmtTlsxSt+-- 1.,,g:4::g1'9" PAGE 105 ,f IQ -ga'-:f:1i'faEL- u-3' " IQ? 1 7 xx 5 E iiffmw?-.l..'Vil.."Vi""W""lW ""lW""1i TV ""lW"'llY ""lW"lllly"'l1w""'l 31. gi: . -,Z S 'th ' 1 T 1 'L gn' O11 IDCS CITI OllITldfflCIl Yi? We left Altus early Tuesday morning, taking our cup up to the Tournament. L 1 We were determined that we would bring it back -again and so informed everyone fl' we met. ai' There were so many teams entered it was very hard to find a place to stay, 5? but fit. didn't bother the bunch any. The drawing was at 11:00 o'clock and our liji iucky. coach drew No. I, being Tipton. This was the first and only easy game of the gf tournament: The' final score was Altus 40, Tipton 13. F - Thursday at 2:30 A. M., we met the strong team of Independence, which was Z' ' considered the strongest: team there, but' we soon convinced them that they were not, Q Q because they were' "dependent" when we got through with them. Altus 13. Inde- gj pendent 12. Friday everyone was feeling fine and was ready to meet the strong Clinton team. Before going onthe court "Dutch" Voyles talked to the team and gave them e. 1 the old determination- to win. The final score was Altus N, Clinton 19. Clinton treated us mighty fine and boosted us on after thergame. ve . 3 S1 As there were three winning teams, we had to draw for' a bye game. "Old ' A l ?i Steady Sailor," Ruby drew the bye game for us. E. : ?-4 Saturday at 12:00 o'clock weplayed. Elk -City and won 36 to 10. F Th - th f'l 1-egso 'nina k. , f' 'h d- j' terminsfioliialffiiy liadmriexiev: had' bgfiire. n?l'l1ad.y?pi1t" uyitiiznitiiihzesinflift oi the ' 2. I season and poured it'on thef"T11dians""t0 the tu1tefdfJ'37 'to 31. 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Enrollment Day new students and Faculty too. The class of 1923 is there 'A 5 good and strong. R i . Football call. Big bunch of promising candidates out. Lots of pep and action jg Thompson shows the squad how to boot the pigskin. E37 . First Pep-Meeting Powder River Let s go. Louise Ventress elected yell leader l U E . Mr. Snyder says he has one of the best American History classes he has ever 5 5 5:1 taught. OJ. . 2 f . Football squad going strong. : 5 . Classes organize. Glenn and Hazel Senior Presidents' Horace for the jun- 2' 55 iors' and Ivan for the Sophomores. 5 . 55 . Big Senior Class meeting. Committees are appointed for rings and mottoes e c. ff . Assembly. The annual search for books is begun. Mr. Corbin I have lost 5 my Geometry. F5 . Seniors select their rings. gi . Alto Staff is selected. Senior Class decides to sponsor Redpath-Horner - i 5 4 Ceum. E 21 . Mr. Perkinson new Math. teacher arrives. 55 FE . Our first Football game at Quannah. We have the long end of the score 7 to 0 : OCTOBER r r fi 3 . 2 ,E . It is rumored that the Juniors had a class meeting this afternoon. if 5 1 6. We met Hollis. We went confident but came back with our spirits fallen. We F 5 Li had the best team but the score says we lost 7 to 6. ii E-'Q 9. Seniors select invitations and cards. ?g if 10. Sophs. had a big party in the Gym. Mrs Livermore had some Senior guests 5 5 5' who helped serve the refreshments. E- 25 7 F: 13. Our team tangled with Clinton. Altus 31, Clinton 6. We sure played ball. A 5 5? Seniors entertain Clinton. P gf 5g 16. Mr. Snyder apologizes before his American History class, "For using the slang 2: 5 'E expression. etc." 5 E g 20. Snyder comes over to play Football. They see a real scoring machine in action. E L1 Altus 33, Snyder 0. Snyder sure had us outclassed in pep tho. : : 24. Clubs begin to organize. Pom-Pom, Laugh-A-Lot, "B" Club, Teachers Train- 5 1 ing, Debate Club and Spanish Club. E5 26. Pictures for the Alto are started. gig . A V L! 30. Boys announce that Virgil Brunk is their candidate for Assistant Yell Leader. E-' J NOVEMBER gi a 5 5 , gf 3. Teachers' Convention at Mangum. Most of the Faculty and fans accompanied 7 5 the team to Chickasha. We put up a real fight and had Chickasha scared stiff 51 with our brilliant aerial attack. However, we lost at the last minute by 25 to 13. -i . ? Chickasha had a real team and were sure good sports. They gave us a big ' : A a 5, "party" after the game. Guy and Lowry say that Mr. Snyder was up all night Eg? : A in Room 43. "I beg your sincere pardon, sir." "I am sure you have the 0 i ' - wrong room. I am the coach." A 5 5- 9. Seniors present the first number of their Lyceum. The lights went off and 5' the house walked out. 15. Several farm houses visited in securing GJ donations for tomorrow. I6. Seniors serve a chicken dinner for the delegates to the Baptist State Convention. The Bulldogs met the Volyesmen at Duncan on a field that was so muddy, that the ball was lost twice in the ooze. We licked them to the tune of 7 to 2. Mr. Carl Cowan made fifty cents on this trip. Dr. Ghent speaks to the Seniors in Assembly. R I Q ' it-gin ,,,u-,gn-,,,44:X " I' ' ' lll"' "IIN ' ' Ill' ' Ill ' "Ill ' "l, U 1' ' Ill' ' "Ulf ' " ' IQV ' 'III' 'lll i Iain.. ..-lllh.. ..uIh.. ..nlh-.. ..nlll.. .-lllh. ..un.lf A Ll I I .sllllt-. ..illll.. ..nlIh.. ..1llIlh. ..nln.. ..nIln. i 7 1.-1 ' t-f.-- -- - -1 ' l 1' a . '+ Calendar ' - i 4 . , ' A 1 5 , W 3 . , ' . 9 I ll 13 I Y I 19 ' ' , t 22 I! it 7 I 25 :Q 28 . , .. 29 , I I' I ll I n 1 I In lllll 1 PAGE 111. ' I 9 iZY'JJ.l'..:.:' -'-lf v w ' i r- 2 5 f L' I ,'5!'llug,.- qunlir -quw' -qnlu. .qm,,. .qwp -mlm NU., -lump uw.. ..uu,,,. umm... -,'mI,. -,H A in... ...tu-. ...mn ,..nn.. ...nut ..mu.. ..un.f 1 .ilIIIl.. ..ullllt...1lllln. .nlllllt ..nm.,, .. .. Calendar Lx 20 ,. . Popularity Contest forthe Alto starts. ' 23. Nine prominent Seniors and Football men were caught shooting craps on the - steps of the High School building at noon. judge Gilliland is very lenient and - turns them all oose. It is thought that "Paradise" Ferris was the leader of JE the gang. F. 24. Arlington Heights, Fort Worth, came upto see a real team in action. With 5 1 a smashing line attack and wonderful aerial work, we were able to defeat 'the 5 visitors from the Longhorn State, I3 to 6. They had a real squad and it was L - ' a hard fought game. ii, 28. "All-of-a Sudden Peggy," Hobart class play, is sponsored by the Altus Seniors at the Auditorium. A big hit. 30. Turkey Day. Altus romps all over Lawton, our old enemy. The score of 2l L . to 6 marked the close of a successful Football Season. h gi DECEMBER gi 3. Cast starts practice on Senior play, "Nothing But The Truth." 4. Senior Class meeting. They accept an offer to sell insurance. 5. Insurance Day. Seniors clear about 50 dollars. L -'E 9. Class rings arrive. Several were missing after the "date" to-night. IZ Parent-Teachers' special meeting. We are given a half-day holiday. L IS. Second number of the Senior Lyceum. "The Milburn Trio" is a great success. at s ' E- : . 18. Class Basketball starts. g "E 2 20. Senior Team clinches the championship. gi 21. Senior Class Play, "Nothing But The Truth," presented to a large and ap- ff preciative audience at the Auditorium. Q 31. Christmas Holidays. . :Q 25. Altus All-Stars play Hollis Legion team. The money from this game was if used to pay for sweaters for the Altus and Hollis Highschool teams. Things Q f : looked bad for the All-Stars until Hickman saved the day by making two spec- , , tacular touchdowns from long passes. We got it back at Hollis, I3 to 10. 1 26 The Editor and Manager have started really working on the Alto. E is r 4 ' F if JANUARY a 28. Mr. and Mfrs. Corbin, entertain the W. T. N. Girls, 5' E. 1. School started a ain. Most of the Faculty look like they have had too much g . 5,1 Christmas. We are introduced to Mr. and 'Mrs. Snyder, the newlyweds. gg gi 2. History classes quit kidding Mr. Snyder about being married.. A 4 C-uy Bailey is late to school. He made an excuse as usual. iw 8. Review week is here. The Faculty advised us to burn the midnight oil. Most gi FQ of the Seniors and a few junior girls burned midnight gasoline instead. Seniors 5 sei present the third number of their Lyceum, "The Bubble." ' ll. Miss Koons "may exempt" the entire Spanish Class. Q 15. The exams. are with us. Notes and notebooks are much in sight. if 19. Teachers' Training Club visits the County Teachers' Convention. They talk if about it all week. Q ai 22. New Semester starts. is 25. Senior High attends church in a body. L 574 FEBRUARY 5. 7-8-9. State Teachers' Convention, Oklahoma City. Our Faculty did not attend. W- just taught right on. b 7. Basketball teams to Lawton. l4. Seniors are entertained by Mrs. Kimbell. Valentine party. Everyone had L a big time. . , ..nt. nth. nm.. .till-. null. .iIli. nm. ..alth. .tilts-. .-ith. .ilh. .tlht .itll PAGE 112 I ir -L. s -. . ',' i x 4 lS-l6. We play Anadarko. Girls there and boys here. The Indians won the E games the first night. We came back and won the last two. 2 ' . Teachers,Training girls are entertained by the Business Wchiens club of the ii' ciy. ' i : s . The Flu is getting worse about fifty out of school to-day. . N 1 . Schools are dismissed for the week.' 3 3 2 I cough I sneeze - , 1 I snort I wheeze 5 I I am a perfect frenzy , Q 5 My head is dough L .5 53 1 My nose wont go : T . l've got the Influenzy. . , b 1 f . Girls Basketball team goes to Weatherford 'lournament defeat Tipton. 5-. : 5 . Girls dx feat Independence and Clinton. - 1 1 Girls beat Elk City and go into the finals with Anadarko. Defeat Anadarko : and win the Cup. , , . Girls Team returns home. They are met at Blair by the Captains friends A E I The Band was out but met the wrong train. 5 ' - : MARCH. . , E: 5. School starts again. ?s 715 l3. junior Class Play Come Out Of The Kitchen. . 1 2 IS-l7. County Basketball Tournament is held in our Gym. Basketball girls sell gi ,: sandwiches etc. - : 5? 22 Empire Theatre gives a benefit show for the Seniors, "The Cave Girls." All the T 5 cave men of the class were present with their squaws, according to Mr. Volk. Q 1 it 27 Mrs. Livei-more was caught in the office singing, "I wish I could shimmy 2 V: like my Sister Kate." A E 5? 28 Someone puts an odorless CFD powder in the halls. Everyone gets sick. : ': 29 Mr. Snyder is forced to move his classes into the Mechanical drawing room. : 5 : ' The odor is everywhere. 5 5 APRIL . f 2-8. SENIOR CLASS WEEK. 55 CE: 2. Colors day. Seniors place their colors on top of the flagpole. 33 ' 1 3 Class fights start as the Juniors and Sophs. remove the Senior colors. Seniors 17 see Valentino at the Wigwam. Dance afterwards. Qi 4. Apron and Overall day. The fights are going strong. The Seniors succeed 5 in placing their colors and H1923 Seniors" on the standpipe. , ff 5. Hobo day. Hay ride and weinnie roast afterwards. Were Jack and Richard 5 f Q 1 tied. g i 6. Seniors are given an all day trip to the mountains. SEE KODAKS. ii 5 ' Ye Editor returns from Norman. Did he visit that well-known East Side In- :- E 8. :- F g stitution? No, he escaped. : s? IO. Clvde and Robert were seen walking to school together. ALSO SEE KO- 5- 5 DAKS. - V- R I 9 1 x 1 1 .f 2 5 iff 'Inv' 'nv' 'ln ' 'luv' 'Ill' -nw gl iv- 'nu' 'Inv 'uw 'llll' 'lllll' -rl gill.. ..nlIu. ..nIllv.. ...ullln-.. .-nlln.. ntlht. ..nIll.g. i Y .V ,inlIn.. ..nIlh.. .nIllh.....nllIln. ..nlIu.. ..nlIIli.. l 1.4 ..".':n:.-.l:.,q.e."12-ag:-.i,':1,tX V L ' 4 15 ' ' t I 20 , N 21 22 ' ' , 23 f 24 25 ' ' , ll. Seniors start practice on their Commencement Play, "Sick Abed." l2. Mr. Smith brings tears to the Psychology class with his touching stories. Es- pecially Pasco. 13. Ike and Wilma motor to school in the Doctor's Paige. 14. Farewell, Gentle readers, I am claimed by the press. 1 a I PAGE' 118 . l 9 'e2' l " "'1 'f1 " i' A do 2 5 S. 1 - - ' I xx , if4"!!ll"'wll""x'fJ,Ull"'NIlI"' QM!" "'llIll' NWI' ill" "Illll'53 "llllI'- "illlll"' 'nl 'gl' -iq luv-all l. ...u.. ' ..m... ,.-nu.. ' am... .-ni.. .1lIll.L .I ,R ..lm., IZ -33,2-..A,.....,x.a,.-..,,...,.,,-,,', Q .fi Senior Class lllcck, April 2-8 li ?1 : The Class of 1923 declared the week of April 2-8 to be designated as their class y 5 week ln which they were to celebrate and have a general good tlme. L A v 1 5 E The week was opened with Colors day. Monday. Every Senior came to school with ' , 5 their colors on, some as ties, others as bands, and one fellow came with blue overalls 1 L -f on. on which he had gold stripes painted. This was a day of real fun. The splrlt 5 ' 4 of the class had be un to ermeate the whole chool and lt was to be easily seen that ' E IJ .5 the week was to be a huge success. L :Q Monday afternoon after school, the Seniors placed their flag on the flagpole of F the High School. There was a great burst of applause when this was seen. and indeed . 3 made a beautiful sight: the purple and gold floating so serenly above the High School - Fi Bulldlng. As the rays of the sunset fell upon the flag, lt made a picture that will :- Xi always be remembered by the Seniors and their cla s-mates. ' a Q ' 1 53 Tuesday saw the beginning of the class fights that were to last for three days. 9- : The Senior boys were on hand unusually eaxly and proceeded to make the Junlors and Sophs. take off their hats to the flag above. It was soon seen that the Juniors , 7 4 and Sophs were going to unite and oppose the Seniors ln thls. Before the nlne o'clock 3 -E bell sounded. quite a few 'fights had started. The spirit was entirely friendly and 5 ik caused much amusement for the Faculty spectators. , Q At noon the Juniors and Sophs had united. The two classes. numbered about L Q three to one, to the Seniors, and so of course had the best of the fights. Either class ' Fi would have found it impossible to have held thelr own with the Seniors but as it was , E they managed to do so. They secured a ladder and cut down the Senior flag, while the 1 Seniors had gone for lunch. As the Seniors returned, they began to plan wavs of : 3 ' getting the Junior and Sophomore flag down. A bunch of brave hearted and loyal, 'E red-blooded Senior boys obtained a gun and shot the flag into pieces. Immediately L QE the "Law" came upon the scene but the boys had made their escape amld much excite- 1 ? , ment and cheering. r WEE Tuesday night the Class had a line party at the Wigwam. seeing Rudolph Valentino. Q EX: After the show, Carl Cowan gave the class a party at his home. Just as the party j F 5 broke up, there was a call for assistance fiom some members of the class who were 7 E painting a sign on the High School Building. The boys all rushed to the School and PX: helped flnlsh the sign. Then they all journeyed out to the standpipe, where a ladder 1 ? J was pulled to the top and a sign was painted, H1923 Senlors." This is still to be seen g ' E and is easily read altho it was painted about twelve o'clock by moonlight. After this ' :YI they all went back to town and painted "23" all over the sidewalks around the School. 5 55 When the party finally "busted up" there was still to be seen a light in the School F ? where the 'frightened Juniors were still keeping watch over their flag. The next 'morning they all looked ce estfallen when they found that the Seniors had placed a sign 5 F .1 s n th stand l e Wednesda wa A ron and Overall day This was 5 - and their color o e D D - Y D . 1 - : the day of the real fights. hven the faire. sex took part and especially a certain ' Junior Sponsor who was nearly mobbed by the Senior girls when she trled to remove . gi some of their colors. Most of the class came attl.ed ln the blue denim and gingham 5 E or percale. A hay ride had been planned for Wednesday night but this was postponed 9 'E until Thursday. Wednesday. the Seniors again succeeded in getting their flag upon the E. High School. They sure were staying with the other classes. It was a con- , ' 2 slsu-nt fight for both sldes. 2: Thursday was to be Hobo day, and judging from the snapshots secured, it surely ' f A was. Lobos, tall and short, dressed and und.essed, paraded the streets and the 5 E walks 'around the school. Several oz the girls came dressed as tacklly as possible and 2 ik are to be greatly commended for this. However, lt must be admitted that the majority f 5 5 of the girls wele afraid of what their fellows would think orr else wele too mode t HJ E tof come dressed that way. Thursday night the class journeyed to the river where a 2 real welnnle roast was held. The Senior boys were very firm in their determination ? : 3 that two Junlors who came along should not eat, and tled them up while the lunch E was eaten. Thls was a very enjoyable day for everyone, especially CarL i Friday was the day of all days. We were to be free for the entire day. The F ' i Faculty hadfrecognlzed the hardships the Class had gone thru during the week and excused us from all classes for a trip to the mountains. The Class left about nine 5 o'clocld and-immediately upon their arrival at the Navajos began to climb like real I Fi i n rs fter the mornin had been s ent in this manner the all came down - niotntal ee .. A' , 2 D - Y - X5 and dis osed of a huge lunch. Then everyone decided that they should rest their L E1 Q weary lrmbsf and stomachs for awhile. During the afternoon they played games and 5. ' ' climbed to the summit of the mountain. As some paint and a brush had been brought ' along, signs were painted all over the most conspiclous rocks. A-iter this cllmb they all returned home before the day was over. Some of the girls decided they would rather walk but changed their minds when a Jackson County ralnstorm t?J was en- countered. This marked the close of one ot' the most enjoyable, and pepplest weeks ever known ln the High School. This was the flrst time that Senior week was celebrated in such an elabolate manner, and is certainly a credlt to the Class of 1923. iw' ww' Qui' -uw" ww' XMll"'Qll"'Qll" ww' ' .ulll-. Alu.. .nh .nlln .allh. .mln .mln .1ll. .nllu. PAGE 114 I9 'f'iillmnliiiuhW3-'111EELBT131m,uLu,i3n1w1hmU'1 X030 A 1- T O fm :'. ..."" W H? 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A. f 3 ' W W- f ' , . ,l I I. , ""Vl131U"4L1llD EU 'W "'Uf ,r' xml- ugyvn up: my 'Q ' 'vw' K VC M ' :T , svQ4QEmmJMWWWmHMmjkWTfMTTKf' Aamii PAGE 116 Q , 1 :1 N Ln 4 Lump I 171 "--3? 1'-vfnfxx ,:f'- ::,i,Lg'if,"Ke- 4." gif-':::,fAc-A ,xkrj il' 2 5 In 5 .,,L , ,, , ,, , ,71,,, , , ,?N, W , A rfj, 53j'mCg f 1 ,Zi ar , A.L..::Q:f A 'giyk' 3 L- - ' ' ' il Q r A A A E 2 T 'ia A . 5 " Q N X 'S , 1 -Q3 5 4 1 Q . N 1 Y 3 xg 1 Y X 45 R 5' X Wiz 25 lj x H E2 x iff! Q . Q1 f PANIC 117 5 if . ' 4 5 , A I Q ?-3"S,5N:'-ivilk a in A as 2 5 if -pipqlfr-xi, il-s,,'a.,5,,gN', id! fiqf ir Sul' V22 . . . auf There IS a reason for Vlctrola supremacy in homes if and schools K Let us explain it to you. 7: 52 School children should not be condemned because they are not bright students, when possibly, eye strain is consuming too much energy-causing headaches, bad vision, and other Z5 troubles that prohibit concentration. l Our Optical Department is thoroughly equipped to take care of all cases, regardless of how complicated they may be, and is at the service of every student, of all ages. 5 l We have over 8200 satisfied patients. - Established 1890 E iv- 7 .4 - E x ' ,f. RUSSE.LL'S .- -, -, .I- I! 3 7 af JEWELRY at OPTICAL We grind any lense while you wait, 5: Altus, Oklahoma l ll U Ill Ill lll llll Ill Ill Ill ml in qu nu u PAGE 118 - .. . "'A - . - . Y 1 "I - . - . . - '5 . . - -2 .1 .- 'S -s - . J -5 ol - vs 5' -E .. I -. O 3 W - i, LL- , ull .,f,..-..Y..g,-.-,,A....- . 4..v-A-v-jugs.- A . V x gi ?g 5: WhO's Your Tailor 'D .V PHONE 603 FOR CLEANING AND PRESSING OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Your next Suit should be an Ed V. Price, All Wool,' Hand Talloreu g.- WE MAKE OLD CLOTHES NEW WE MAKE NEW CLOTHES, TOO ' I-I X' d"' ' lln. """" .nnu. ""' . n 1 u """ nmf """' 1uul """' usln ' ' ' A AUStlH 8: Nall , TAILORS PHONE 603 PAGE 115 I I Q 'S Q'3LQI'-'E -'2',.-- ,4-' ' '.Q"1 2 5 6 21 r- A I L Nl I' 'lu ln- '-u v -- - -- - -- r -+4 r --imp" -nun-' W lv Q 5 U 1.512 "f 'f ', -7Ka,3---1,52 L1,-512,154 Sv' ,L YI: ell 5 5 gil in I r il ii a . if . 2 ""F'LZ.b TYN - 1 "'f2Q?""QN"'3"'Z1IW'fN' i Qi E: F .6 X, E1 . , Commercia Printinq We Specialize on high grade job printing School programs, Announcements, Invitations and Supplies Office Stationery, Ruled forms, Legal Blanks, and job Printing of all Kinds Peerless Printing Shop "Quality and Service" A i ALTUS, OKLA. , Phone 607 207 N. Hudson PAGE 120 5 Herman-Say who is that swell dame you just said hello to? : 5 fi Heal' the children gayly shout, Four O'Clock and school is out. See them as E West Side Square ' 9 "g:.x:1li.T.'::l"'lV-1" IQ?" 2 5 X ii' Q, ll -ml Ill ul' lllll 'III' lu Y rump., .,uml,. .,,'m,,. .,,w,,. ..,m',. .,.w,., .,, r- -. 'pi -., 9-in 5: -rl l:,..l l.,.. l lll ll nllh lll I I Y , 1. .ull I., ,. l. ,-1 ll.. ..uIlh. Jlllll. ,fllllln .llllIl.. ,.lIllIu. .lllllln .nllilln ..lIllll. .lllllln 1 If l l l I l 0 X - l -L .1 4. ...QL I -y,- . ....1...... .-. -1 F- 1.1 f , . cf - u 2 if 1 7 : E REDPATH EVERYWHERE Here's to the Class of 1923! We join hand and heart in wishing you every good thing! Mlay your influence if 3 be felt throughout the world-and it will be. We shall be happy indeed if if : at sometime, somewhere, some of our talent have helped point out to some of you the latent possibilities that are yours. 2 REDPATH-HORNER LYCEUM BUREAU 5 3000 Troost Avenue Kansas City, Mo. L 'i NORTH SIDE BARBER SHOP f Come in and get a shave at Grady's. 'E GRADY GLAZN ER. Prop. E i E -5 . 2 Y 1 Paul Fox-Why, she's the girl who lives across the street from us. J Herman-Huh, I didn't recognize her all dressed up that way. F 5 . Mr. smith-1 started in life a barefoot boy. if , Travis-Well I wasn't born with my shoes-on either. ? ' 3 L 'E ' Walking sticks were invented when Eve presented Adam with a little Cain. Q' Q Hazel says, "Experience is a school where a fellow learns what a big chump he ' has been." ' ' , Mr. Snyder fin civics classy-"What is the best way to destroy disease germs?" Guy Bailey-"Perfumigate." 5 1 i .. 1 they run along, to get their shoes made good and strong, at the gt Nobbq Shoe Shop 1 l 'Ill' lml- 'lllll' wmv' llllll' 'lllll' 'llnl""lIIIl"' 'lIll'V"llll' 'lllll' "llll nth. .4lIll. alll.. .ulltn .ullln .llll. alll. nlllh. idlll., .ullln alll. .1lh. .1llll. PAGE 121 ll I9 3-12...-g, ' x ' 25 1 'llnnv'-'-lnllli' "'lIlliU 'uma' 'wmv' 'Huw' 'I-4, pu-' --qlnv' -uqlw' "'llll"' 'llmlll' Wnmuv- --1 Pu.. ...m.. ..mn. ...mu ann.. nm.. .mug I .-nm.. ..n1lu..,..lIlh., ..ullIIu. ..nln.., mln. -tl.-211.2--T-,4-431-i-inlzqu iltx' Z 1-R 1 I X l A si? BUSINESS ASA LIFE WORK 5 No matter what you select as a life vocation you must transact business and Q 1 - deal wlthbusiness men. Therefore, you need a busness tralnlng. About eighty f Q ner centlot the High. School graduates of the country eventually go into business. , . Would you think of trying to become a lawyer or a doctor without taking a law . or medical course? Certainly not. Then, is lt not just as important that you 'E have a business training? No matter what you do you must meet business 5 , men and transact buslness. IV ENTER THE WICHITA BUSINESS Q , COLLEGE X We emphatically declare and confidently believe we can prove to you, that ii we offer you the highest grade business course to be secured ln the west and 5' Q that a W. B. C. training will be ol' lnestimable value to you, regardless of what 7 :j . you do ln the future. ' You can enter any time. No summer vacation. Electric fans keep our A -Q rooms cool and comfortable. Places secured to earn expenses. If finances Q f bother we will help you. L af 'Write us frankly and fully and tell us if any difficulties confront you. WICHITA BUSINESS COLLEGE f 4 ,. Proud to be known as I Q "The High-Grade Business College of the West." 5,1 ' 114-116 N. Market, Wichita, Kansas PERKINS-WATKINS CO. ? 5 Associated Stores 5: L Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings gg Buying-lfor a number of stores ln large Quantities for spot cash-Ilets the m-lce 13 A rlght Li E. F.- L5 2 I EWING 81 WRIGHT CASH AND CARRY GROCERY STORE , SAVES EVERYBODY MONEY Phone 32 218 N. Main Street Altus, Oklahoma PAGE 122 1 I 'lll1!V"lll!f-"Illl!1P"'lll!r' "llll!,!"'Illll' "llll4"' 'UIIIUI''lIlll!5"'llll'9"lllI' '-up-' 'lllll' "'lll" ' 1 1. ..nln.. ..m. Am. ..-Ill.. lull.. ..1lh. .lun .am .-un. mn.. al., ,. - .L fi, IQ 'f Q-J NY X' 'fu u' 1 'vw "' u lv il -Q , "ll ' 'U if f YW' 51: T O H' p S M - TIIEJQ6- HL-wif'--Ui YF: fd if S Q J y 5 7 S A SQ ei X fr 1 5 wr ' i .s ' yt E Qoodmelnffirooms l I . I W 3 Furniture Compemq 1 'Y NX l i S - iid I Sellers of lifetime furniture 1 Our eighteen years of service in Altus better prepares us to ei F care for your needs in the Furniture line. 4 7 ' XS l SELLER'S KITCHEN CABINETS, GLOBE WERNICKE fi If 3 BOOK CASES, DE LUXE BED SPRINGS, C'OLE'S 5 i HOT BLAST sTovEs ,S fx X AW X V FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING 772 K 4 i ,- 212-214 North Main Street - rf - git PHONES-DAY 129 NIGHT 102 f , 7 , , ,,,,,, ,Y S S, , S PAGE H3 it ' 9 ?..X ,NL-.'f.-V i -1' 2 5 I Q!ll""wlIl"Y1lllIl" wmv' wsu--"--mw -'ly .e..-- X:-4. lf- x- 2 . 4 . 1 ji X .,- ' 'I I 5 32'-. ..-cu.. ...ull ..-un.. .nllll-. .uhh ...mtg-A-A:-ugmr, ,1-.,.:.,g,,!-1l?-tv: fnlh,'.l'4.nlh, ' Ill ' lllh Nll ll Ill lily Il Ili 22 Fl. ll? We carry a Full Line of Kerosene, Gasoline flfg Lubricating Oils and Greases Y Our Motto Is: "QUALITY AND SERVICE" fi WE THANK You R. C. Holt Oil Co. 5 - Phone 284 PAGE 124 , l I 9 i'X1:.,y ,.4.1!, 34-lr ' , , I :QTY ...ull Huw' It IH II Sri. " .m "' 1'I.LIT'''TIL'JIT''f.'.'.uQIT'''12'.n.'.1"7'.lln.Q'fP l ffl...m...."'....m... ..mn.......mn.. ' lll .ni I -15,-.--P-V-tmzfi-1' l'-'3l':"13 if . - - YOURS FOR - Best of Service, Courteous Treatment Good Quality and Satisfaction WHITES CAFE East Broadway Altus, Oklahoma Proud as you are of the daughter and proud as she is of graduation honors-There is soon but a memory of such events unless a portrait keeps the record of each mile- stone of youth. Conwell Studio l "For Portraits that Please" h l V W. O. HILL LUMBER COMPANY Everything for the Builder Telephone 89 Yard corner Hudson Sz Live Oak, Altus, Okla, 1 """ WUI" "'ll" ' ll ' ' I ' ' ll Ill' "lII"' "lII"' "lll"' "Ill" "'ll ll ' ' ll' ' ' I Alu, ..1lIh...nll .. ll . . Ill ., ll. Allin. ..ullIh. .mils-.,.ellli..-xlli. , II .. ll , . lll .,ll. ., H+. PAGE 125 . -' - ,?, ,,,,- ,-,,- , A I 'E I Q 3-.X .,amc....f...!n..v..I , .QL'- 2 5 "llll!" llll Ill Ill "' "llll!!!" "lIlljV"'I Il wmv' 'Ilmgv' 'Hwy' "llllHL7 'iIuullV"lll'j glam., ...a n 1 n .. ..nm. .unix :B h A W Y- V A It ..um.. '..nla.. ..um.. Zulu.. Gm... 7 -,-,-, - ,..., .-,-1,,- .-4,-mb., gi 19' 32 nion Lunch Room E E. QA Eat at the Union Lunch, where price and quality meet. if Regular Meals, Short Orders, Cold Drinks and Cigars 75 gt E' r , 5 5 L. F: 7-5 LE al. E: . F: 5: ?' .: 5.5 DeSpain Hager Headquarters for a Nice Up-to-Date Line of F . P is STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 5 FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ?5 We are for you, A. H. S., and when you are ig married and have a family don't forget us. fi PHONE 3. 112 SOUTH MAIN 2. fe .5 fi "2 5. 5 2 . E 9. L 3 . -uwgfl gn fu p I, F-V.. I.--.I V .I .,.,' P. .I ',..,' ,, .1 V., I, .N lr. I ml In lu nu m up m m mu mn vu n nu a A ' llllu. ..1lh. .nlll-. .sllh. .ulllxu .nlln .-nlh. ..-tllh. .ullh-...nllh. .fllln ..nlh. Ill I I . ,, PAGE 123 if 1 , . -. I 3' 1 Xf"'rnfil'""'whlu'"u"QefuQm'Wlullf"""''lnnf""""un1n"" 1 1121:-vi J - MILLINERY KLOSE FIT HOSE . E Th cl Mrs. R, B. Kizziar 1 Ladies Ready-to-Wear Novelties ALTUS, OKLAHOMA 5 'A' A QE 0 0 Ti llhlllams F ' ?s 5 C f 1' on ec lonc-:rg -for- 3 53 5? gf Confections, Quality C-hocolates Cigars and Hot Lunches NORTH SIDE SQUARE PHONE 400 I PAGE 5127 ':':.- --f - ..-Q ..-A 'i s'- ., IQ bl E' '-' ' W.: 25 I .,m,,,- ..,m,,.- .,.m,,. ..,m,,. .,,m',. .,,n,,.. ..,,.j .mr ..,Iw,.- .,u,,.. ..,m,..- ..,mn,, .,,m,,. .ul glh.. ...m... ..nm.. ..mn.. ..nllll-. nth.. ...lung If .uIllu.. ..ullu....nllh... ..ulllh.. ..nlln.. mln.. -pr,-.A2.u1'-x,E,filly?--JZUZXI' -I sis 5' 5 . L' 7 f I it x.: , . . , . . 2- ' Degree. 'Special two-year course for teachers. Excellent courses in Art . . . , . . . . . . 6' I I Y I V - 7 I EAT MORE SCHULZE BREAD - 5 Made by 3 ' 5 SCHULZE BREAD COMPANY f i Phone 795 ' Altus, Oklahoma F Central Colleqe - s A Standard jumor College , ' -' Fully 'accredited work in first two years of college work leading to the A A 5 Expression Home Economics and Music lt Flnest Dormltorg ln the Southwest . 3 Limited enrollment. Reservations now open for next term. L gt ' For further information address DOAK S. CAMPBELL President Conway Arkansas H "F OR THE GIRL WHO CARES' s ?Q THROUGH HILL S TO SUCCESS T This is the name of our new book. You will find it interesting and instruct- F. I ' ive. Send for a copy-there is no cost and no obligation. A postal will do. 5 1 Grand and Hudson E HlLL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Oklahoma City, Oklahoma PAGE 128 iq - .-lr ,,- H., -1 ,-f wlvzrb -mw' "'l111H11' - ' -lm-' '-uw' " 4 fx I rw' '--naw' "luv" "'llI"" "fn Il"""llll"' -lu I Illa-...ullllu....nllln. .lI'llIn.l.lmll.l.alllllln.l.nllllll!E7 9, 6, A I' O :'J..ullllu-.l.nlllll-...ulIlIln...-ulllllu..'!..nlllnn...'..-nllll... A v.-fa-if gh Nt- gs 3 E r 54 gn ga 5 5 5 2 E 2 5:5 F5 ?s ai ET 5: ?Q 5 gi El' A - 'Jw"f- , WI- ' 1 V, 1 5. -L , fig . MX if A fl - :N I ry 1 -I 1 Hqlfx,-w al C, 5-'SL'-' ' . , 1553 .alll-. .allu...u lnnnlln. .ullh.. ,nl n.. .nllu...nlllm.nllln-..nllln..-nlll...-ills. .alll-. .nllu...nll..1 -N J - PAKJIC li!! 4 . 9 1-X25.l':.:::f.:l'i'4'-iv--5' J 5:7 2 5 Y . , il!.."""i". 'Wh"""fi"."""'fi.1 ""'51.J""'5i""' l'V.""W""'V ""'Wi""V""'Wi"" ie - e ALTUS DRUG STORE 1 Bert C. Holt, Proprietor. f I 1 Our Motto: : I . i "Accuracy and Purity" ' PHONE NUMBER 2. ALTUS, OKLA. rue to an Ideal fi An ideal established long ago and the best efforts 5 -5 of our complete organization to maintain it by giv- -? ing the best quality merchandise when you want it and the lowest possible prices. iq Try our service-we know you will like it. Gosselin's 1 Variety Store . Altus, , Oklahoma , as - ? is CITY MEAT MARKET 2 Frank Yeldell, Proprietor. MEATS OF ALL KINDS FISH AND OYSTERS IN SEASON 117 E. Broadway PHONE 827 ' 5 ii Ill "WI" "lIl"' 'Wllll' 'lllll' "llll""'IIIl" 'lllll' "lllll" Ill Ill ll Ill" ' I . I .nllll-. .nllh llh. ..mIh. .nIh. ..nIIh. mln. ..1II I I .uh PAGE. 130 1 -W r' " ?: I L 1 2 lil .'..' llllll lll,, nlllllll. nf if al: sl? ll tl, I Q f . , u runs , 1 K F.,-jldliai..Alln..4lln.,.4nllln.. 4mmi...'.mllu1.1. l 7 f. a .- J, Southwestern State Teachers f COllCqC FE WEATHERFORD, OKLAHOMA FA ?f'd :T A STANDARD TEACHERS COLLEGE. ff A MEMBER OF THE NORTH CENTRAL 1 ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND 75 UNIVERSITIES 3 i A MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION ,E OF TEACHERS C-OLLEGES - Ii Prepares for All State Teachers' Certificatesg trains teachers for every department of school workg grants the life diploma F : at the end of the second year of college Grants the degrees A. B. and B. S. at the end of the four years college work. These degrees are standard and good through- 5 out the nation. For further information address 5 Q ' A. H. BURRIS, President. PAGE 131 O' 1 9 "gQTi' 'fQ-..-f.U1Ti,l3:-.Q"z'Qx:"' 2 5 y iii'-'.2''V.1"'w1..''"V,.'."'W1.g2"'M.""?g1"'l Wil''"V.'.l"wf.f"'xiffukl'"Wi"l .lar ,.. ,.. ... o. . . . ...Zuni-bd.-N-V-I-A-h-M,-.. . . . . . . l.. el f'f al' Elf A. R. Schulze Andrew R. Schulze P35 A - . SCHULZE BFREAD COMPANY E fig Wholesale Bread Shippers Phone- 795 amuse. fe. QKLAHOMA ALTUS TIN SHQP M. B. Fmley, Mgr. 212 W. Commerce St. TIN A-ND SHEET METAL WORK OF ALL-KINDS AUTO BODIES. FENDERS AND RAD-IATORS REPAIRED - 1391.5 " ,fs v-.- Li' QE: l , 1 T' 1 , , , :Xi Travis-Marriage may be more expensive than keeping single-nobody believes 27, nowf, in that coldblooded lie. about enough for one being enoggh for two-hut, all Z the same, it's a darn sight cheaper than rushing a 'gal."' "A young lady with a poem wishes to submit it-to' the editor," announced Mr. Q Corbin. F "I'l1 be glad to look over her lines," replied, Glenn, who was using the editorial 7 chair as a loafing place. . -J Guy says--"No girl likes the dark unless there is something in it besides soli- A Q, tude. E, Rates S-1.00, up per day All Nicely Furnished 1 Hot and Cold Water. Steam Heat Outside Fireproof E i Best of Rooms and Best of Meals Rooms. Sample Room :N COMMERCIAL HOTEL E. E, Thompson, Prop. European Plan. PAGE 132 Us -- -I W-1' " 'f'fm""'H7rfHeT41f'f'+i- .i .I W W., Wx n, no ' I-if , , I, , y , , , n IISii.f"'ffQ.m1f"ff.'.liI.Li'''filmlil"'.'Q..nLIf"'f'..nJ.'i"'i'.'.mQI"I ,f"fin...'."'.'...m..'f'f..im..f'ff.nnnf"'f..i1...'"'f...m. ' -32x-,..-244'-.:.g:fqg'1:42-,:1:N. I- 5 U5 MOORE STUDIO 'Hg "For Better Photographs" TO SENIOR HIGH: mi 'Our work with you this year has been very pleasant. g j We thank iyou. if , . 209 N, Hudson Phone 139 Altus, Ofkll. HUDSON GROCERY I The quality store North Side of Square Altus, Oklahoma I A , THE HEART OF THE HOME IS MUSIC i gi Music provides wholesome diversion, for periods of relaxation, entertainment, ' :Q and inspiration. It is economical, because it can be enjoyed in the home. It gf is a source of education and culture, as well as enjoyment. Music in the Fi home put: sunshine in the heart. V Our terms make it easy for you to play as you pay E. M. CURRY MUSIC CO. Home of quality pianos, Player Pianos and Phonographs 209 N. Main Telephone 245 Altus, Oklahoma D'RY CLEANING - STEAM DYEING Parcel Post Packages Given Attention. , C. L. JOHNSON Selz and Douglas Shoes Phone S09 Altus, Oklahoma I , PAGE na I.. .,,. I, -, .,,, ,r 5 Pzfjf ,AX Q, 'T' 67212 i PAIZIC H1 D , , W 1 JI ' x ,l .x ' L I xx 4 fuk yn Ill g c' :XX V , .Q , 'Y Sa x! 1 X, H Q W .H . R. xr 5,1 .fi E1 ARK YN n N XX 1, MX' W M iuxxi : U M, Ny N 'ff' :ff 1 , X 1 A '.v. W WK, 1 Asxi , , 'I ,Q .9 -?:.xr-:rv-L-g'2'I-iI1.4I 15:-r V Q V 1' It III. ""III.Il'"'fff.1IJ.'.f"'.'.'.1IILIT"'fluI.'II"','.Z1IIJI'fr' ,fil'ff.IIIII.'."'.'.'..III.ff'ffIIIII.ff'ffIIIIII..."'ff.III..e5I'9f...IIi ' --:x-t...'?.I.-:.I..':,,:iIzgiyzltl,- Q EAT MORE SCHULZE BREAD Made by the SCHULZE BREAD COMPANY 1 Phone 795 3" Altus, Q .Oklahoma The Home Of Amusement ' MOORE STUDIO "For Better Photographs" . TO JUNIOR HIGH: ' We desire to thank all concerned for their united effort in making our work so pleasant. ' 1 I ' Mr. and Mrs. Moore l ,, 209 N. Hudson - V, ,, ...- f -- - , ' Phone 139 0 0 I ' , f 5 l - '''"fifT'''ff..L'.'.''7f21.1f'''Tii.'.'f."'fiQQ"'fiZiff'''fLili'''fflLIiff''ff.JI.'.l"im"'If''IIf''-lfl.f.f"'ff..If."'f. I .. - S, PAGE 135 ' C it III l , M gg T1 Q , g o "-sgffsg -.L' lQt," 2 5 ff -uwwuw 'Huy 'HIV "llW"llw"'l,I V "'lV""W' "'lV""lW"'lW n p,, ,,,,,, dm, Mm., Am., ,,ln.. Jin.. I .-lm. .1lln. .llll-. .nllln ...nn .lull n -,Q ,....:....:- ..... -3,--.--1 1.-H . Qi y - , CITY ELECTRIC SHOP All Kmds of Electrncal Goods for the Home ll7 W Commerce TelPDl10n0 73" Altus Oklahoma The best thmg for you said the doctor ns to grve up c1gars whlskey lan hours Hold on doctor mterrupted Carl whats the n xt best thmg Mr Berry How do you tell a female tree from a male tree Pete By the shape of the hmbs I dont want to keep that schoolgirl complexron sand Dale as he brushed the powder from hrs coat lapel The following motto has been adopted by Mr Snyder s second hour Cwncs class The cows may eome the cows mav go but the bull goes on forever j B CASH TAILOR WE MAKE LADU S AND MEN S LLOTHING Alteratxon Remodelmg Rclmmg Repalrmg and Cleanmg Hats cleaned and rebloeked Work called for and dehvered Altus Phone 255 Oklahoma SOUTH MAIN SHOE SHOP All repaxr work gxven Immedrate Attentnon WORK GUARANTEED ll8 S Mann Altus Oklahoma Q . - Q X: f!i H . ., . ,,. . . . i fi . , . . . ., , W 5 ,. -' ,, . 1 - -vs Xi sr Y I u Q r f' ' - E 7: ,, , , . . ., . E t ' , , . . : , nn , an 5 - . . - .. f 5 If - f' ----- :I . Q . . , A 5. J . : 7 . , 1 5 . , , . 5 i . . E . . f ,e 5 1 2 . . 3, f 5 . -- .. , ,, - 5. ' 7: Ex. f 5 Q . ' 1 - . . f 5 , - 1 - , , 51 1 5, ' ' 1 if, . 9 ' I' "lull-'lljli' "Ill" olml' 'Ami' 'uma' 'gmt -wmv' tml' 'llllll' uma 'lllll' "NIP ull!" "III" , A ..n., .mr .vlll. .rlh-. .nm Jun. ..ln. ..nll.. .-mln.. .1llh...lllt. .nm .nll.. .-un. ..n. -, L .L . W PAGE 185 l Q . Q . Q L : UR sincere wish is that each of you are happy 2 E3 health and strength to' finish high school. We I , training, and that the vast majority of you are steel- ggHf:::,.pM'j,l,1l1g,,,. I I.-MIM.nlllmnlllmnulllm .nlllwfulllh , 7 X.. ' -v' '7v . 5 Z Elf, To the Class of I 923 ,f E - f 5 in the thought that you have been blessed with V 2 5.2 trust you fully appreciate the efforts put forth by if si the various teachers who have had a part in your S04 7g ed and determined to add to the splendid founda- :. tio'n you have received while in the old Altus High 32 If El. 5 Q School, by continuing to dig for a University or Col- f 5 fg lege course, which will make your life work worth 55 5 so much more to you, aside from the enjoyment it ri - will be to you. E' l No better endowment policy could ever be bestow- ed on a boy or girl who has finished high school gg than the determination and stickability to continue 2 to dig until they have completed their education '- You might as well try to dam the Niagara with is a shingle as to- try to stop the progress of a boy or ' E: girl who has the above determination if 53 This better store of yours is ready to take care of . ai f rf your every want in Wearables for both young Wo'men E . 5' and Men. The things you will need to complete . your wardrobe for your graduation socials. Put us to the test. We want to serve you better than we 5 531 ever have before. ' 4 PAGE 137 ' . - l Q F im. re- . I9 -X :xQ1" T" ""'!"" "1f Q ' ,lQ':7" 2 5 , is ' '! , , . . ,, ,. . . t. , ., ,V-. In -. -- -. .- - T- - v --T . V. .y-:mu 'wwf 'Ilylllllll' 'lllll' '11 iiglh,,Iumhi"my,,u.mII:i'?illlni'n'ZlDnTumluin I mln. 4h-. .nlllh nlllh. Am. mln-Q 312 :ll gr: if THE BEST IN PAINTS AND WALL 5 PAPER S52 ' El. Let us beautify your home Mirror refinishing a specialty in Chlsm Pamt and Paper Store Hugh Chism, Prop. ' 31 Phones: Office 245, Anno, f Residence 581 Oklahoma A Y Kizziar 81. Rama-:s 51 Fresh and cured meats. Staple and fancy groceries ge ff Our Motto "Service and Quality" L Q2 Phone 11 of 48 ALTUS OKLAHOMA ! - 2 2 ' A. R. SCHULZE ANDREW R. SCHULZE 5 F: SCHULZE BREAD COMPANY Wholesale Bread Shippers ALTUS, ' Phone 795 OKLAHOMA PAGE 1313: I ' 9 's -:gfgll vi 'K 2 5 X l ., l,. -.I ,.- ., ,. -. ,, ., ,., -,, I., ,, ,II li 1' '-1 I' 'll rr" "l I' 'll IV' "1 ' liln..ln,,,nn.,m..1lln.llH..illln.lm..'illmim.nlhnU..-ills.I, 'll..nllli..mlnllllnill-nlllln..llnllllli..mlliilInr.,m.,-1lIn..l l 1 -3Ex..,..-t.a'e..i:,g..12qa'.g 3-'lzltl f- i if, Us -A .Hg . 2 K1RBY HOTEL if , A nice place, for nice people flli : L E E Rates reasonable. ALL MODERN 5A r 52 ! . , 7 - i A , H. B. Creed The home of good things to eat The students' friend PHONE 77 210 N. MAIN ST. ALTUS, OKLAHOMA gi - Lowry-"Mr, Snyder, may I get a drink so I won't rattle so much?" Louise-"Let's drown him." Bo-"White-mice, what would you do if you should receive a letter from the Ku Klux Klan?" Bill-"I'd read that letter on the train." "He is a fool. who thinks by force or skill, To turn the current of a woman's will." But he is doubly foolish, who tries by man-made laws, To stop the flow of scandal from an old maid's jaws. I I PAGE 139 ,w-V-f -we gf P1 "'q2lfT"-fe" "W 'I MH-p':rW"f HNF' 115- 11 -u. , ' 1 ICJ 'SQPQTY-L15-"aE"r-3,14--i" Q'." 2 5 T ll? "'lllUl""lllW "Inv "-nur "may '--uywll 'V""llD7""W""W"'llw"lIW"'lI! ilgllu.. '..-an. ..lllh. ..mn.. ..nnn. .lm-. nm., I ..nu. ..m., ..m.., ...slut um.. ,..m.. I eu -15. .-1-1A.-ft-:-.--.-,- .-- f- 4' 5' Plff T T A 3 Ellg GIFTS THAT LAST gf T lDilliams' 5 EUJELR EIQ T sroxe 3 T GIFTS mms E :' ' U 1 THAT THAT A LAST LA ST ? Quality, dependability, eeonomy in Jewelry Amos C. Williams 5 31 S f 5 5 T H.d1"lf'1S Bros. Sales and Service 5 7 a gf : , ' Buick Automobiles, Tires and Tubes 5 When better Automobiles are built, Buick will build them. 200 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 128 ALTUS, OKLA. Ginncr and Cotton Buyer F Altus, Oklahoma 5 i W V x "'lIl' 'lluk' 'llllll' Ulu!" 'lull' "lIul' 'Hull' 'lllllll' 'Ilull' 'quill' 'llullnllull 'qull "ll'll' "llIIO' , -- 7 -- is A nn.. .-all-...mlu....elm. ..ulli. ,im-. .nIll. .ullll-. Julia.. .alll-. .-ml. ..lIh. .nlnt Ann.. ull. . , , PAGE 140 I? s -T -y---Y.. -vg-f- ,-1 w I N I9 1: 7.5 --nv" "'u..- ---uw '-nw -'ll lvl',' "IIN" "ll"'l "uw'm"'Illl Ill N I f u ,Jf - ..nlln.. .ulllll..alllh,..u1 ln llll I I nllln.Alln..Alu..MIlu ..-:IE-QA, X'.Qti:wLi'r,::-liNitwxgitxhll . . . . A Spokinq Gfborward A great cxty de erves great men women and mstltutlons The girls and bovs of the 1923 graduatlon class of the Altus High School are a trlbute not only to the Altus of the present but to the Altus of tomorrow a blgger fmer c1ty We are ccrtam that these glrls and boys w1ll grow mto woman hood md manhood carrymg wlth them the same high stand uds of CltlZ8Yl9hlD set before them by their Mothers and Fathers the one thlng that has always characterlzed Altus 'md alded m ltS growth and progress Everv department of the Baker Sz Hanna Brothers store re fleets to broad v1s1on and :deals of an 1l'lStltUtl0l'l that IS keep mg abreast of the growth and progress of thls clty Baker Hanna Brothers Econommsl s for the P ople S . . ' , ' . K . L l 7 o I . . . - 1 . . . c . L K 4 . . ' . , .. , K 1 . ,.a . . e I '- u ' ' ll ' ll ' ' lll""lIIl" "llll""1IlI" "Ill" "llIl"' "lllI"'lm" ' ll' A Ill' ' I ' .fn ,. ll ., n. q ll: ,uhh ..uh., ,,.1u. hulls.. .ullh...-llll-,.1lllu .ull . ll. . ll , .I ,, PAGE A141 ex ' X.. In , N U an V 'I " D-T391-:a i-,:.!':.f,g.-,lc-gw uigf V W up W W in H in . .I i A 1fM...!fi? 6 'Zyl ""'?l""x4'5l'1'l?'l l-"'l',"' E x g ' 5 ii Il e Q ,, 'L w e luv 3 . 1 'J nfs? A ' X ' 'B -- :L gal 1 Wi: ,T T is X S i I Z 2 Amous on Lnvoa. p Asa ma New smre fooo lmooucrs 3 4 T l f r T A y To You-U T e s L ' , of the Class of 23 J A I ' 1 , Altus H1 ' You have done a fine thing for your school and 'l 1 your community. Your diploma is the seal ot' g ,j i approval for your efforts. si There is a responsibility resting on us as dis- l tributors of Food Products. Our aim has Q gr l been to place Quality above everything else. T . We believe that you, as the buyers of the future, ' if will find no foods superior to our NEW STATE 2, - and LOUIS brands. Place your seal of ap- y p Q proval on our efforts bv your preference for l 5 y r l hese brands. ' 1. l l yi 1 -s-m-..sm M, ,. .s 3 5 oUR AIM l I - . l To be not :L mere wholesale grocery, but l i l l an institution ior Quality and Service. l l g X l l f Q W O O I . Q l The W llllamson l-lalsell Frasler Co. S 5 I . Q: 1 Nine Houses in the Southwest l 2 i , 1 l'.-XG E 142 .X .,,- 4 'if' I9 Q Q:-6 ,, A 7. 7 "ffIm.1f"'f1n'. ''fff.m.'.f'"Im.LIT"'Z'.mJ.',"'.'.'.1ml"' D A"Q..inu.'.'."'f..Jn.'..'f'ff.lm.ff'fI.mn "".... "' .nl ' -2x.,2.u-:.i:-.,g..2.qu-:4-:.i.-gg-.:Xff- HARRIS TAILOR SHOP Tailoring, C-leaning, Pressing and Repairing - Suits Made To Measure TELEPHONE 376 ' I 111 South Altus Main V Okla. is seldom climbed without a bank account. OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US TO-DAY It will help you in many ways. Give it a Trial. C1113 National Bank Altus, Oklahoma OZARK AUTO SUPPLY CO. "If it's for an autoLwe have it" SEIBERLING TIRES AND TUBES The tire that quality and price meet on We do vulcanizing as it should be done REAL TIRE SERVICE - PHONE 772 ALTUS. OKLAHOMA S is P q I H" ' .ll I' I ' ll '. ill ' "lIl' "" 'lIl""'IIl"" "llll""lllll '?" lll"""'ll" "llll"' Ill-" ' lf" 1 . . , .. . . -. . I. .1lln. mln. .-lllh. ielllu. .nIih. ,nllu nlln. . I. . ll. . .. PAGE 143 ' 9 Q 'fri u nu an nu n ll Tr The Drug Q Store 1 First I We invite all our friends to continue to use this store as headquarters for athletic meetings and all other school activities--assuring you of a cordial Welcome at all times.- 1, Roqfil Druq I II I I Ill I IlI""'III IIIII' III ll ll Il III"'f'!I"I I I Il II I fllin. alll.. .nlIll- ..llIh. I I I 1. .ull PAGE' ,144 1. 7 12 V D . Q ,iw , .U-V - -YW 7 -N -f -.F-W ' muh MW mlm' Will", WK 'auf' l'g,l"':"m...l 'V ml H ,gi,.:n'.',',i1.,Zinl:.,jlh,,.w,',,ln,uf NV V 1 F-V Q J -.A min, ,.nIlh., .nl!lh.. .mllbht , .nlhT: ...HIM --L-'4.'f.1lfet-:- --21-1 - -A -t - I 4 t Better Homes 2 le Eg X 2 ?? pq I-Q J, ,.-- --'A' X "',' lu -"' '-,. N4 W g 't ' You.Can Do Better W rn. Cameron 8: Co., Inc. Altus' Greatest Building Material Store i 2 " ' '. .pf'ft.p'f 4. t e ,J ' 2. f PAGE H5 I - O c 3 a f n y. Q s ,Q L . ij 1 in Y Q 4 " Klxx' A, ,O o Q ' It '. i I9 'Elf-2-'Eg'-Q1lf2'f-5' -Q17 . . A l . !lfif.1f"Kilff"K..1f"'ufIi.'.ff'K.LIf"W.I.f"'KiI'fli A - - yf7m.f.'."K..'.'fuf.fff "V "Lf itll K CE - ill. . 5 - ' y Eikner-l'lenru Motor ' v Sales Co. ' I Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicles i Diamond Tires and Tubes ' Lubricating Oils and Greases Block East of Square Phone 286 The Keunote of Success lS - Confidence l Every student should have confidence in themselves in order Q51 ' ' to' make a success in their School Days: also in the later years of life. This bank has confidence in the Altus School Board, its Faculty and the entire student body and we appreciate the confidence shown us by them. First National Bank of Altus, Oklahoma -A Oldest Bank in Jackson Countq Fi E w ' ' l, -4 l..". I .7 Il .'. it.'fIt'f"fZI.iff"ffl..If"7fIi1'iff'ff2lI.'.f'f..li...".LI,'f'.5'.'f ll.n. .I . i. PAGE 146 . 'o .,. g c 1 1 '-4 1?-3 --t.. ', 5," 2 5 : u n un un !1nigufc" .1" 'J I I alll. ..m. .nln ull.. nm.. ..lIIl.. .-m. - . -L.,.......'..-k.i..V-l1.1 --- . J. T. HOovER Fresh Meats Staple and Fancy Groceries For Quick SCYYICC call 88 or 94 M 2 I 6 WEST BROADWAY ALTUS OKLAHOMA SOON THE TIME WILL BE WHEN YOU NEED A HOME OU graduates are now reaching the years of manhood and womanhood It is the time when you should consider your future Therefore there is nothing more important than first having a home and be satisfied Equipping the home IS very easily done by getting the best patterns of Furniture. We have just what IS most needed the prettiest art work molded into each piece We will be more than glad to have you call and look at oul merchandise We think there is none will compare ALTUS FURNITURE STORE The Home of Quality Furniture West Side Square Phone 409 PAGE 154 A in X 'v 'Q --i,:x I-1:4 ',4gJI-- ..:' I 2 5 I ll ll ll ll Ill I If III' "IIN" "ll"' "'ll' Ml! gsm... ..nlln. IIIIII, ..nllln. ..ulllu.. nlllh. ..nIh, " mllh.. ..n!lln. mlllln.. ..lIl!l ll I I I I 5 -,5x.,2.uge.3,g,-3 ..-g..:,a.-. :VL , . 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