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

 - Class of 1942

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Qu- Q6 Q0 Ahnizud Uzffef Arun bvegg Mre Avpv-y M Lurman M159 Ken 'key Mrs Snyder Mrs Peferson M uodlev M135 Klndrpd Mrs Reld v5 B31 P Wv Avery M Q9 Brogan Mrs Crow: D fbp M Upshaw Mrs Fuller Mrs Lovkaf+ M Dempsey F A C U L T Y Mr Steele Altus Hxgh School 1S second to none Steele lS the Super1ntendent of the Altus sthools tact 1S famlllar to everyone who attends an Altus sthool M Peterson Too bad you re late agazn I m afraid we Wlll have to see you 1n the 7th hour study hall Thls tamllla phrase of course comes from the Prlnclpal ot ou hrgh school he organlzes the currlculum and supervlses all the dlsclpllne He IS the students frlend and advlser M Upshaw That S f1ne boys I l1ke em on tlme nevez more than 30 mrnutes late If you don t krow youx muslc very well before you start tak1ng those Vl0lln ov claxlnet lessons just wa1L untll you have flnlshed under Mr Upshaw and vou ll be brlnglng home prlzes llke the band members I1 addition M Upshaw lnstructs the hlgh school band orchestra Junlor hlgh band and the Junlor hlgh orchestra Ee also 10 tructs violin classes That Ipana Tooth paste smlle wows them' The blg sllent tvpe that women swoon for Why lS lt that glrls ltke to oll in h1s classes? Hmmmm9 As you know uxegg rs our Coach em man teaches democracy classes 15 our Coach senlor class sponsor lS our Coach teaches economlcs and lS our Coach Ch yes' Almost forgot to say hc s our Coach Norman So much for that you l1ke to blsect frogs and dissect trlangles QI believe s the other way aroundj Just take either geometry treason why so many grey headed students g to A H S 3 or even blology Qlf you can t take lt, M Peterson What? No speech today? Th1s lS one of the sen1or class sponsors She teaches Engllsh IV speeth college debate and college English M1ss Brogan Would you all please shut th w1ndah9 Yes lt s that Southehn accent Mlss Brogan teaches t e juniors thelr Engllsh III and lS thelr class sponso M1 Avery Thls doesn t mean that hls mlnd lS blank but lt just takes that long for h1m to glve you an answer He teaches modern history and anclent h1story Mr, A ' ' as '4 His I -- ' I , ' 2 , , 3 2 W ' , V , - "' A v 1, I My ' I -' 1 ' 'T ' Y ' ' ' ' ' .. 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W ' Q as .9 - s 1 S - I Q W h . . . , , . t V N A f MBS Qsefwf' NNMNQXQLB Cl-,Ya MISS KINDRFD awi vou u w a+ tvmn vo That s not as bad as lf sounds Mlss Klndred 1usl llkes fo hrow a seare IHIO thf 5 7Y pupils What would lf be llke lf we dldn t ha e Engllsh II and Lafln TO lake under her + + Sfuden She also has ehargf of debafe MRS AVEBY m effa u Does fha' sound tamllwal to the Spanlsh srudents Une would almosi bel1e e 1har M s Avery lS part Spanl h herself, The wav shf fan read 1T att and she also flHdS tnme ll keep hol MR PARKFY a P gan If you want if know anythlng abfut the waz and plopaganda, ask Mr Parkey Affer all b eaehes AMGII an hlsfory and not only rhaf but he lx th wrestllng lHSLfU tor, so don t get hlm angry MISS KENT Thls IS our vopal lHStPuClOT and MUSIL teacher Mlss Kent has harge of the glF1S glee elub, mlX9d Lhorus, girls QUHFTLTYG, boys quartette, glrls trlo, ollege chorus, and tealhe mU91C theory roflu-asplrlng musl al g9H1UQ8S of IRS FUIIIR H a JG w u tv ' To he typ1ng sfudents thi sounds fam1llal M13 Bul er Ieaehes hlgh sehool Lvplng and also college typlng and shorthand MRQ 6 hgw She RFID How d P g1TIS who axe Lnrendlng o be hou ewlves or want LO lealn to bill watel wlfh ur bufnlng 11 enroll under Mrs Re1d makes gofd ooks fur or lhen ln home 910H0m1CS ala s BAILFY 76 v 4 a a 1 dlrelts lhe SbUl0 and JUHIOF plays It you have asprratlon along th l1HF ot aetlng, Just see Mrs Balley she lPdLhCS dramatl all the ponentlal aefors and aatresses JH our slhool MR GODLEY W a sa name was Too bad glfls don t go 1U tol many of these shop ourses 1S the JUDlOF sponsor, and also feafhes me hanlcal drawlng and 9Hg1Hr9PlHg drawlng L . l lf Ll box ysuf j N af ,f don f time p -ifh th , ?es5cn ,l .f wfd , a L, C . 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MR DFHPSFY 5 Q M1 Dempsfv is one of our new ffm hers He teaehes agrleulrure fo all our future farmers MISS KMIIY SMITH w e A tus C0170 e D an oi Altus College and a most 9HthUS1dSt1P supporter Altus Hlgh School VH MADDUY u 76 v a n ol urs 5 or f J He 1s our eommerrldl fed her, and he really knows ll? .A DEIBEL D A plu s He gets1lK2answerstxJthose dlffl ult algebra and math problems Irom hls pockets MRS SNYDER au ue Thls lS the pet phrase of our competent llbrarlan She 1G thc person who keeps us deprlved of coke money by rememberlng only too well our llbrary f1n9S MHS CHOSb ou want f hav mf me money Al1hough she doesn t teaoha,s1ngle elass, everyone 1U A H knows and llkes our hlgh school seeretary MRS IOCKHART QSO, P NaOH has T0 keep the students from f1UHklHg ohemlstry so they don f blow up the bulldlng F N 45 55 he re W ,f1,fDL" 5Q W MTI? Q Q f 1, ,1 'kj l V 11 'sf . 1 -. ,, fu 'N ' - ,' A, vig, . , ' , ,i' ' " , , 1' xxx 'lx .1 Sl HAVU ' L'f"5 ' 7' L l , v, V HZ. v V' . , ,, 1 , , . 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"f1":n.,g'f-n Uqfrv V- f, rv 11111 R:-v T-+ K .,U"V' W'4gbf I 1 i+a B +afi fi'!1i9 L B1g' J B H211 Ne,m' KH'bV I 139 QQ- na R 4h w U L 10 Tvnw W Bx'l:P uue 01 4 nn Ande' 'Tl gE!'J Han n Waynp qmxfh joa Sampler Ieannp Parr Lb r+ Bai ns1 Do o+hv V uyhau 2 Q W Marfa L a LJ n 3 Johnson R hPf+ liver NN aw 7 MP' Mx, ff' Student COUHCl1, football .3 years basketball 3 years, captaln of 1911 Bulldog football team, eenter on All State Football team, 1941 CHARLES HAMILTON Edltor 1U chlef of 942 annual VICG presldent of Senlor Class, Student Councll, debate 3 years, JuHlOP play cast, Boys State DORRIS SPFCM Secretary of S6H1OP Class secretary of Student Councll, staff of '42 Annual, 1un1or play cast JUNIOR HOWARD Buslness Manager of 1941 football team EVELYN LLNNINGMAM Staff of the school paper 1 year MARIELIA LINEYARD Young AFtlStS Club, pep elub, glee club mlXGd chorus TOMMY BRADDOCM Band 8 years, asslstant band dlrector BUSINESS Manager of L42 Annual, Moonshlners C1ub RAY HUMPHRIES Orchestra 2 years ANNA LOUISE RUTHERFORD Young Artlst Club glrls tI1O, glP1S, quartette, mlxed chorus, glee club MORRIS SPECR ROMA LEE POLN Mlxed chorus, JUD1OT play east. I M! - Q 5 CHMMNI .. vt :fea- ...,.--.,...,,,..... J , 1 L, 3 JEAN FITTER -- President of Senior Class, vice president of J 1 I 5 L 1 if 0 W . -. - . , 3 ,. 1 -- ' 9 I 1 1 7 7 ' -1- , l , . I mm , ' . . . I , ,,, , ..J , , , . , . 5 f -W V . 3 g. D. u YI IY 11111 l 1 x LH L L 51' P L, i 1 W I LII 1 C I xii w'1 ff It uma play HL., X fml 4 J-, mpuxu f ul 9 1 Hoon I L 'U' u- Lf of 42 Xnnua L N1 years 1 l Ihwll Q N S H1401 r 1 L ll 1 lf q UIQ f Q '. VV? Mi A 1 !f!1'Q" ,"N.V F ',"E'5,'f: .'f'7 fl' - fllful Club' If. l, U V lub, V V-5 .'V'-3.'r'f1' .N'L,U' J il pfff' 55,1 I H, fs' 1 T'5'!f1' Vr'f+,i4l4-rx! fvi' Sflulflni C1-ullvi I3 iiflllli llliijfvl' uf Ev: vi :J:1t'!' fri' IL! Xrxrnml L, wr'wk.llil1g3,: lm ioreif, I-wrlmllq wwf lf' Viirxnimr' play, I' W- Sfxuff' 111' lil .-'ml ' I: S1 mir-11? f'OIl,I1i.3lf 5 ' " ff' iff! 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Hrrrni 1 xwzrfi I FL' , if l - 1111+ iixxiwi Iryzxwi 1-he 'NSI fx. IA. IJ. f 2' IM-rp Vlnebn. ' IJ MN I w-fre ll-mkzsg Wfl'?wiliIlL1: t'mt.b-LII. 1 ii:-f Vlluw. if. I- IJ. fl ul: Girls 51.4111 EH-51 'l!1il. ffff' liamli 1 yw:1,r'a: lx. L. ll. Club. - z.. I. ll, fimb- ' Y L11 'I' E' .YT44 S 2199 L ' 71' Q Ill IL ouuf S S K 1 Ioofbd 1 I 00 J hor I x xvd horuQ uv X 1 ' lxcwl clnwrus Lf w l X prvwldmu 1 lN S m in 1 nb and mlkfd QU? 1 Y LLLA Band 5 Nfars UI hfstld boys luamrcrto mlX9d an IS fdqf of Juruor plm Ninon-sb111e1s Llub Sl Basketball pcp Club mlxrd LUOIIS w Tv 1406 N Pep Club V L or 0 S oo vdmfr, KO a c Nedrw B0 S tL Mo0nSh1nOrs C u I 6 J 1 L1 if Q4 ll! IIIIXGK 1 IUIIIS Jlllllflf J X WL faff wt 49 Annual 4 00 vlub P D C u mlxfd borus O LAY loofbdll U Habkttball 9 XFHIQ Wreahllnq footbill Lal 4 R H"ffE FTE YWLT M4f Y , Artiiij 'lub. AAPPR ANDERSON H1w 4, b,2ll 3 YUUTF. lMNUEAk N!NGLHTAHY-- UI-, flul: mixvd . 'Us edal wt'juulQr pluyg H. L.IJ. Zhd. VEYMA NHfELDS -- Mi ,' f b 5: pop ul I. V W fJ'JUJA Nw- Ruud H yvufsi wrwshling, Nikki CVJTH JWAN NAMIIEH --- M",b 2 g' gg ulvw nlub. ffillf VVQRW- Hr? T'wf'suhc0 papcri Uirlx Bimini ',f' 7'f Ot'Yf+11r'1g A1'f,,'5f,: Club: fi,tj1v'!xpZ iii! Vw' glwo ul 1 ' , mxrs. A BERT BAILEY H-W Hand 5 years: mixwdlchorus. DEL3' "7lSm- f K ja' ' .'c fS.": ti 1 " ?f,,2 ' f cbb'1:g 5-., ' ' A nj: ,K Q ' 'Q 'l 4. 1,1375 TM'.l",!:'Y g f , bg ' ' v v bw DOF7 Fl 'g' HA N-v . CHARLES WEQCH--Hdft ' f -Qbb l f'yz-' i b'L: 3 jw'H.: y. S Cro: l . ' ,': ll b. N b EAFTfN LALE7 l lfbdl--lbqb :l b: blerifil l. '.',l Tl '.'1 f ' ' glaj 03151, SYS JJHNf'NMv S, cl 'L b , l glv, , ' l. L. . l b R'BQ,' J!fVER fn- f J' bv PAVL MANY Q-- ,w e. - j:.Ql. TED MYERS ---- '4N' ',4: 5 l 2 . CH Aww V HJWAN 7 Ll .VQXRAY HlM 0 E X Hlafoeq The history of the Senior Class began about twelve ye rs ago when most of what is now the class of 1942 enrolled th Altus school system and the relations between class and teachers have been somewhat strained ever since It was when we were still in grade school that we took on as our pilot M Peterson in his official capacity as principal During 011 grade schaol uays we were an ordinary class CIt was nor until Junior high that we really came into our own When we entered the portals of Altus junior High School after bidding Mr Peterson and grade school farewell we were greeted by the beaming face of Mr Peterson When we got all our txght straightened out and were used to living together we sett ri down to work As freshmen we athreved great fame whrn we fostered thi development and manufaeture of a new more a eurate blow pipe for okra seed When we entered that great institution of learning? Altus High School, after bidding farewell to Mr Peterson and junior highs we were greeted by the somewhat harassed, but still beam- ing. face of Mr Peterson Once again the class of' 42 achieved distinction whey in our sophomore year, we introduced aenial warfare into class fights by dropping propaganda leaflets boosting our candidate for student council president 'indm an airplane which would zoom over the campus at opportune times When. years ago Mr Peterson took us, a bunch of squalling kids he resolved to do something with us: but after years of effort he has given up all hopes of civilizing us We don't mind though we shall still endeavor to carry on in our true tradition R ght now the burning question in our mindsaxs What follege will have us? llllll SOCK EM wi.:-" fr 'N' M144 4nllQ10"' pdifu' 1197 Dm M41 1942 N4 WVXVE J!! Jo-wnffylwf-f 452 O-1525:-I-fvfe' Jm"ff.,2fjf,,f"'r' if 5 .. 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J? 1 gig? f27Xl'fl of 0 T 0 class of '44 made lts i1rsf appf nf In Xl Q H1gh 1h1S ear er QIH e our dqyk of Pl krf breecheq we hdvo looked forward fo affxlnln k 1 IO goal hlgh sfhool ow fha? ww have affalnfd our godl w tiri S 1 fffmfd lH evory lnsfanfe ao if down upon IH Qvery Case owevcr are n worrlod abouf these fh1ngQ w aro Y 11l11nf f aQQ hy our progroqs f om Thr flTSf fur p Pnf poslflon as sophomoleq has boon QU h fhi dHfOH19h0d fo flnd ourselveQ who Q we dro All ln all, The Sophomoro Claqs of 194' h ough If alorfnpqq, Congenlallty, and progreqsxvfncxg Ll go xo fa' now and 1U days fo come 4 arp N or r 'hp maklngl .. Q Q f f If ' -7- x if 'N , 1 ' V X o o Q A . , 1 .- H A x f x.-- ., CD i I C f, LJ 1 1, IW X 't Q, .X ' ' 5 n W ' , , ' if ' i 'ff if 3 '-2 1 'a I Q ' ' C if l ' "" A L 'J V J J O E K A . I K I I ,kiwi .f la, . Y Q 2 gs? I f o. .A - .. . 3 - V. . , .cs ,' , X I , ,A 'V , ,V- gil 2? 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WW Y, in Vav1, hifi y il XQNX 1 :W A ffb f W' , -4, L QXXTRXKD Vht Altus Bulldogs opened the 1011 football sf1son1m1it1end tng Ch1mplOHS oi the Southwestern Fonferenre and wcre fexo11tts to repfat Phe Bulldogs tamc through LH grttt stvlc and w If 1 11n the thamptons IH 1911 Utf thls champ1onsh1p team came one A11 State and four X11 tonferenee plaxers Captaln Jean bltter s great offenslxt 1nd dttens1we worka1Lcenter earned hlm that posltlon on the All Qtite tetm tordon Crone, Mae CUmm1HHb and lack Alltn togethtr with lftn lltter galned plaeescnlthe A11 bouthmestcxn Conference team M Q CUMMIHQS was che en as the most valuable mancmtthc 1911 Bull ch sfplaxi Colthes brew and W111 PPPt3lH1S deserve 11 thc credlt th t fnt tan g1NO them bteause they are two of th flHPS+ co1rhes LH thf state Thex produced a swell team wr ch was cven bettcr than wc had expected, but 1et's let the retord speak for 1tse1t ALTUS 12 CLASNFN I2 Th1s was the tlrst game of the season fo1 both teams, and the Bulldogs planed a good brand of football J C LuFflS 11ved up to rumors and proved hlmself to be a human jack rabblt, and XUJJG Derryberry was a human batter1ng ram It was a hard fough gtme, and classen was lucky to get off wlth a t1e AL'05 13 CLTATON O After belnv outplayed bx the C11nton team lH the flrst quar ter, the Bulldogs h1t thelr Stf1dG LH the econd quarter and came through to w1n by a two touchdown margln James Plke played a Qood game at end, and the rest of the llne was blOfk1HQ w1th n 1110 preclslon Q VAAWL 11 tordon Lrone pelsonallx accounted for sextn ot the fh1rtfen p Lnts sfored by the Bulldogs He place klckcd an extrt POIHL ind made two perfect fleld goals Gene CP1nkx1 Frenfh s 11n bf 1 ot a pass lnterceptlon lH the f1H3l mlnutcs of plxy showed his ea1 ab111ty Thls was the flrst conference game of the s son 41718 KSAYRI' 1 Thts game turned out to be one ot the serewlest of the sea son What wlth the players runnlng he wronf wax and passes OIUQ hLyw1re, almost CVLP5Th1Hg tappened Iean pltter 5 pass dtfcnse was just about perfect IH th1 Game fx 1 ' ' ' rw 71 re I v A .I V 1 .- . , Y. 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CHI' is "LQ 511111-'1-11,1211 1' vj. wa 1 1 :e 1 4? . 'ee .3 'A 1 1 .p' 1. , f1111'1f 11151154 bw' L' 2 Q.. 1 ' 13, ' ', , 11111 1.11 1.6111 gf11'-. I -1 f ,F .-, JL1 .LJ ul. K 1 fe .g ' ' 1 F 1' , ve ' w 'Il 1 11114 '. .5 K ,. Ly o, . . , . '1" 1 11- VIH' Iflg '. N ,' ', 1 , ' , , 1 ' 1 1 ' 1- 1111.-.11- :g:1 1, f 1: 1 f 1-.. 1- 1' ' 1 1 I 1 I-' um. 1, f1111 I M 'S ' ' 1,.. i". W 1 I 1. L f il' ' T lv 7 ' Q C11 1' , A' ,. B h If fl I i - ' 1 1111111211 hu 2 '. 2. 'e .' . Thu' Alt ,h. go tklf' Iij .' 111111 1 ' K' 3' '1 Q ' I "' , ' ' 1 , 1 -' ' " 101 '1 MWi"W Oyzf ,1 Q50 Zcffafyfdwa I 'VU Q 3074 Off! CQXLQUW7- 3wLkeZ6alZ The glrls basketball team played three games thls season lncludlng two agalnst Bla1r and one agalnst Hollls The glrls defeated the Hollls team by thlrty flve po1nts, but they lost to Blalr ln both encounters wlth that team The glrls who reported for practlce to thelr coach, Mr Peterson, were Lols Tlnsley, Audrey Sorrels, Sue Craln, Joyce Davls, Naoml Earls, Joyce Chenault, Jan Black, Lucllle Tlger, Reba Roberts, lane Ivey, Betty Cole, Frances Reynolds Daun Maynard, and Betty Tom Rlddle U ,f' 4 ' ff 64 'Q i7'3-"VE MwmamQ "",...'f'n"'..-'T Q The boys basketball team had rather an off and on season th1s year Wh1le they were on, they won the Jackson County Basketball Tournament by defeatlng Eldorado, Olustee, and that team of teams, Erlendshlp Incldentally, the Frlendshlp Eagles won the state tournament ln thelr class, and the Bulldogs have been the only team to defeat the mlghty Eagles th1s year Th1s year s team had no lHdlV1dUal stars, all the boys worked together to make a perfect team as far as COOp9Tat1OH was loncerned Of the flV9 startlng boys, three of them Gordon Crone, Paul Mann, and Gean Fitter played thelr last season tor A H S The two remalnlng starters -J C Curtls and Don Scarbrough w1ll FSCG1V9 a great deal of help from Robert Thompon, T L Gramllng, Harold CSlatsD Ellls, James G1ll1sp1e, Eugene CP1nkyD French, and the boys who w1ll come up from that flH9 JUHlOP h1gh team of thls past season The man who was responslble for the team work of the players and who made them show up so well was none other than our coach, John H Gregg Coach Gregg was the leadlng scorer 1n the Southwest Conference when he played for the Hardln Slmmons Cowboys, as long as he 1S around Altus Hlgh School w1l1 be assured of a Wlnnlng team I . fy . , . 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Qr PAT M Hyq fp phawfofyrfi wg, wwf 4 JQRY ,451-7 oyfk x QQ EDVTHECBOOZ1 EQ HOWARTJ QQ Q3 xXWX X I I 6 WW f3'M-5--N'-'U-fl. wwf 9412121 KW J A fwpf H13 afnaf Here omes that Altus Band'n For n1ne years people 1ll over Oklahoma and the Southwest have thrllled to the sflrrang musit oi the Altus Hlgh School Band The hlSfOFy of the Altus Band began back ln 1933 when Mr Dlck Jewell formed a hlgh school band 1n Altus Therc were only ten members 1n that first organ1zat1on, but from that meager be 1HH1H the Altus Band grew to a mammoth or dHlZ3flOD of one hundrnd thlrty one mus1r1ans whlch lncluded the band and the 51115 drum and bugle corps It wa only a matter of three or four years untll the Altus Band possessed a reputatlon that no other hlgh school muslcal OPgaHlZaC1OH 1n Oklahoma could bomst of haxlng Fxerce competltlon soon developed among the better bands of the state, and always rlght ln the mlddle of FIFSL place wlnners was that Altus Band At the bnld Trl State Band H9St1Vdl the band held a marchlng trophy for tour out of ten years, at the National Reglonal Contest the Altus Band held f1PSt place 1D marchlng for two years 1U SUFC6SSlOn In 1937 the band was chosen by the governor of Oklahoma to represent the state at the Texas Pan Amerlcan EXpOSif1OH ln In 1939 Dlck Jewell became band dlrector at the South eastern College ot Technology at Weatherford, Oklahoma I h1s place Altus Hlgh School was fortunate 1H securing Lyle Upshaw, who came from W11SOH Oklahoma Under the d1P9Ct1OH of Mr Upshaw the band has contlnued to br1ng honoz and recognltlon to our fnool The tudents of Altus H1 h School and the ClfiZGDS of Altu ire proud of our Altu. 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CZQL5- CSM Ohm asia There lS one organlzatlon ln Altus Hlgh School that really deserves all the credlt you can 5lV9 lt That organi zatlon lS none other than our hlfh school orchestra The members of the orchestra have to get up wlth the chlckens 1n order to get to practlce on tlme, but they don t mlnd be1n one Jump ahead of dayllght savln tlme because they are get tlng plenty of valuable experlence and are learnlng much about muslc under the d1F9Cf1OH ot Mr Upshaw The orchestra 1S a comparatlvely new organlzatlonbuf ln the short tlme that lt has been formed lt has made much progress The membershlp of thls organlzatlon lS composed of several band members and a group of v1ol1n students lts f1PSt year lt attended the dlStFlCt contest held at Weatherford where lt won flFST place, then lt went to the reglonal contest at Stlllwater where lt won second place Thls year thls group lS plannlng to enter the diSTP1Ct contest once more So keep your eyecnlthat orchestra U VS J Q We arg Pepper ,Qpper peppe ratlon , We re the Altus delegatlon We create a great sensatlon, Pepper pepper pepperatlon' Q Yes, and the thirty members of the Altus Hlgh School Pep Squad d1d create a great sensatlon thls year On the sldellnes at every game thls season there were thlrty glFlS 1D new navy blue and whlte corduroy UHlfOPmS who boosted our team to V1CtOPy A+ the flrst of the year two new pep leaders, V1rg1n1a Mock and Sue Craln, were elected to asslst Jeanne Starks, Betty Tom Rlddle was elected presldent of th1s organ1zat1on Other oiflcers include Lols Tlnsley, v1ce presldent, B1l11e Sue Frances, secretary Arleta Woods Anstead, buslness manager The pep club attended all the football games, and the glrls played an lmpoftant part ln the success of our team thls year. 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Q1 v' Z A ' '. 1 :ZR QMLQA 7566 Ziff if 5362005 WW ff4G7z4i Qicc The Glrls' Glee Club of the Altus Hlgh School lS an organlzatlon composed of senlor, Junlor, and sophomore glrls The glrls are d1v1ded 1nto three parts accordlng to fhelr volces The flFSt sopranos are Audrey Bender, Bllllleah Blackstone, Bettle Brlstol, Sue Craln, Joyce Chenault, Sue Johnson, Mar1sue Mount, Vlrglnld Mock, Mary Shleld, Beth Stoner, and Lols Tensley The second sopranos are Alma Ruth Cawley Betty Fourmentln, La Veta Llgon, Anna Louls Rutherford, and Imogene Slngletary The altos are Joan Covlngton, Peggy McCalman, Bobble Natlon, Laura Lee Starkey, Jacquetta Swallow, and Grace Talklngton Thls organ1zat1on lS plannlng to enter the dlstrlct rontest at Weatherford and the reglonal contest at St1ll witer th1S sprlng unless these meetlngs are cancelled befause ot the war S1tUHt10H Thls group lS also scheduled to present a sprlng concert to the c1t1zens of Jackson County Our hlgh school has a pollcy of exohanglng a semblg programs w1th nelghborlng towns, and the glee club has appeared on several of these programs MISS Ruth Kent, muslcal dlrector of the hlgh school, upon the success of thls group Those outbursts of muslc you hear the second hour ln the afternoon donlt mean that someone lS tamperlng wlth the publlc address system That s Just the mlxed chorus snnglng scales The mlxed cnorus 1S an Altus Hlgh School organlzatlon that we are all proud of fhlS group has appeared on many programs and 1S always COm1HU up wlth ood arrangements of both popular and classlcal selectlons The energetlc dlrector who lb responslble for all thls of course, Mlss Kent Under her directlon the chorus gets blgger and better all the t1me The presldent of the mlxed chorus for thls year 1S Anna Loulse Rutherford Deloy lucas 1S the vlce president Other Off1C9PS are Jlm Stroud, llbrarlan, Bettle Bristol, reporter, and Donald Frye, buslness manager Jeanne Porr 1C the accompanlst for th1s group If you ever want to hear some good slnglng, just wander down by room 1 wh1le the mlxed chorus 1S practiclng Go Down Moses NPatr1ot1c Fantasy J g , 1 .n . . ., A K, . . .L 0 , I A . ,S 7 . . . is in charge of the gless club, and she is Uobe congratulated . . , . 3 . . . 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T ' , ' 11 ' N OI., ' ' H 3 The LIFIS Quartet and the 0111 TFIO hlvf made qu1tf 1 vfpuiatlan fo them fixes thls yfar +y hwxf smm on number of pro rams 1 1 IL o rf and Port S111 Q Jr ax 6 ff lOH su1table for 1 most ry 1 e en1 '1me 'hey arf WOFk1Hg on rntest mu 1 fhif fhere Wlll sflll b eonff ts de p1tt h x s lufv Ihf m mbers of the quartet arf Mary Shlmld Kuna Hufherfoul Peggy MrCaJman and Grave Talkln ton Tkf 1r1o 15 rompo d wf Mixy Sh1 ld Anna LOUIQQ Rutherford 1 d P W Czlngr BQYS earns TRNO CQUAQTQT M M ..,,.,Q?'iQ1 Q X, Kgjwireaffx 0 X 'iffvlgf wr X ffffflfi fi-Sami, me K Y 'N f7"RfJ 'l we ,MQ K N fm K N The Alfus Hlgh School Boys Quartet 1 tompc Pd of Bob Chlsum Charles Clark Deloy Lufa and Donald Prxf Thflr ery captble instructor 1Q Mlss Ruth Kenf Th1s popular quarfef ls called on for more PH+9Yf31HmQHt than any othtr mUS1f81 ofvan17a+1on ln the school All of these boys engov good mUS1f and they always do Ju flCP to the music wh1fh they ing They sing both pfpular'amiclass1cal MUSLC buf fhey se m to have a partlallfv fo 1lass1fal numbers When there ls a FOut1H9 TC be worked put the boys sugge f TO MlSQ Kent the thlngs thew th1nk should go 1HfO lt to m3kPE1b9ttSF arrangement Bob Chlsum and Delcy Lu ave mGmb9FSFP'1l raduaflng a s Charles ark i a JUHIC an Don Erv o more Fxeryone 1s proud Cf fh1s swell quartet nd w are so ry fhaf thls 1S hhe last year that the hey w1'l be 1ng1ng together .1 1' f f 1 , . 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Swan KWWL HJZMCQ6 WW-f Slfzfefai' If 11 lS possl le to mtk l good fh1n any be rex Altus Hlgh 1S gOlHg to be a beffer school because ot a new organ1zat1on that we hate fh1s year Thls new organlzatton ts 'he Altus Hlgh School Student Councll and 1t pulpose 15 to brlng about a closer connectlon between the faculty and the student body 1n order fo improve the school Two representatlves ele ffd from each class together wlth the Off1C8Fb of the three flasses compose the membcx shlp of the student councll Warren Austln was che en presldent of 'h1 CFg3H1Z3TlOH for thls year Jean Fl' e was elected vlce presldent and Dorrls Speck serxes a the secretary treasurer Delegates from the student COHDCII attended the dts +FlCt onvention held at Walters, Oklahoma they alsc YlS1t6d surrounding schools to lnspert the work of fhr student counclls ln those COmmuH1t19S The student councll has undertaken many COHStFUCf1X6 progects and Altus Hlgh School can be proud of thls actlve organl7at1on CIZ . 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A Q H 1SSU9 from MISS Klndred s class durlng home room perlodf That my dear people, is the Altus Hlgh School debate class' Please don t mlsunderstand me the debaters aren t Just maklng HOISGS Oh no, we are hawlng very serious d1qLUaS1OH. about the war S1tU3fiOH In fic' the questlmuwearf debaflng thls year lS Resolved That E'ery Able bodled Half fltlzen of the Unlted States Should Hays One Full Year of Fompulsory Mllltary Tralning before Atfalnlng the Age of Tw nty Thls has been a very lnteresflng quesflon and one wh h has made a vital and llving debate But the debate class 1sn t fllled with a group of old fGQ18S who spend all thelr tlme trylng to correct the Q 11s of fh1S cruel world We have our lighter moments when we dlscuss such burnlng issues as 'Resolved That Men are More Important to Mankind than Women Ah ves, almost anyth1ng can happen 1n dear old debate but we really arez llntelllgent and lntellectual group Why jus look at our picture The debaters are verv patrlotle too Why JH the interest of nat1onal defense and S3X1Hg TIFBS we aren t going to attend any debate tournaments th' veaf ronsequently we shall have to suffer LH Sllen Q because we can t make our bld fox fame 1D Altu. Hlgh School Zalcf zfzzfm Q fiffff fH ,fN ,S Uflffif Pnqzefl if Q5 GDAPERJ When you have the four o floek blues and your ner 3 1s almost gone 1f you are an Altus H1 h behool student ycL Jon t have to drlnk a Dr Pepper or eat a bowl of Wheafle to vet your pep back No slr all you have to lo 1s ro look at an 1SbU8 of our school paper, the Bu 'd g The B 1 d g 1s a prlnted publlcatlon 1SSH9d free of charge to every studenf ln school It comes out fWlFP eafh month and rontalns the latest news of happenlnps around A H S Q'sfatf pend about fhlffy 4 69 Qc 65 Q X 6 21.432 X39 Thr members Oi the f1VP mlnutes together each day iurxne home room pfr1od to wrlte nd or dH179 the copy Whlnh you see 10 fhe form oi our school paper or the Oklahoma Inters choolast1c Press ASSOC13t lOH, whlcn 13 an organ lZatlOH composed of papers from schools 1n every parf of the stare Hrs Avery 15 the 3dV1bOF of the staff fi and she 1 certa1nly to be con ratulated upon the fine 1ob that she QQQLJX 6 00' every 1Squ9 of our school paper and we are glad we have a faff fha+ can turn out a flrst alas paper STAFF' Ed t Ass stant ed t H mor ed t s Feature wr ters Sp rts ed ter Cartoonzst Exchange ed tors Beth L1 Spec1a1 reporter has done The enflre rudenf body enjoys Charles Velch Marlsue Mount Jeanne Porr Edythe Joy Howard Carol RObblHS Jo Anne K1mberl1n Marie D3FWlH Nesley Bradley Bruce Page eurance Va Mork Evelyn Cunn1ngham r 3 ' 'x V me f 6 ge! 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GEOMETRY AL AMODE N SPANISH CON CARRY HUTORY FRENCH FRY Q eneusu STYLE ,ls XG' I Thls year of 1949 wlll go down in tht hlstory ot ol: country as one of the most ementful of all tlme but the hlQfOTY of Altus Hlgh School lt lS the year of all yeax ecau e in 1949 the flrst lssue of the A B g publ1shed Thls 1s the flrst annual our school ha had since 1994 and exen though there lo a reat dlfferen between the m9Ch3H1F and contents of the annual CI 4 4 know that the me Bulldog Splflf that there 1U 1094 stlll prexall 1n Altus Hlgh Sfhool and we hope that the B d g of 49 wlll help you keep the Splr t of A H S Wlth you 1D thf future In fomplling Th1S publlrafton our one alm has been ff glve you a book that w1ll dep1ct ln story and plcture th true splrlt of our school We feel that we haxe sutfeedel but our effort has been u Ft sful only berause you studen were lnferested enough te co operate ln every Wag bo f all of you who have helped make our book a success we ex pre s our slncere thanks end gratltude We are especially grateful to Mr Peter cn whose lnterest has made th1 publicatlon pOSSlble We hope that the 1949 B i g 15 only the f1FSf of many flne annuals that W111 come from Altus High School 1D the future K ,,.. ,f ,M 11 Q L ,ues 9 - W 'le 'f -M 1 ' . 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N mm Ml .wa ED HUDUINB Wish to express their appreciation to the citizens of Altus for the prixiled ofservinp as Architects on the followin proiects kltus Junior iilh School Washin ton hridp bchool Altus Ed hud IHS Ralph Hall Poster hxatt U11 Cotton lxehanLP ll oklahoma Lltx Oklaroma wilson urado bchool Altus boporate School tltx Auditorium B Hilton Small M Maxwell Anna Brown Phone 3 Jo68 THEY DESERVE AND WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE T I A T T F I A - A o f"f'f', lm , QL- 4 'cf ' , , in , 1J,., ' ',4.,A.,.Qm .E . 'e.. J":fg Y: ,JN '?"" :QU iii ff if ' .5 31 Q . gd.,-' V . fel .', V- it f "f. 2' 'R . 10.-' X- . , 'V ' 4- . Qian A f - AJ 'i' F -Lf?s'fQ tal ,. 0 . ' 5. ' 5.-' -N? xwk twm- 4 W Rig.. Q Nwfxm, .,f, L ,fl N6'Q .-ff: bf fl 1 w V- 1' " 0 , Qs f 1 l ' rff'E'5 ?53g3ff:'jQw ' ' wwfnt V -Q5 t . U W 1 A I Z: Af , 1 Qfagi Q. 5 "Au-41, ' , : 7 f- A . 1 Y'-J K ,3."'4.- K . lkf 'QTL5 ,h.J 4 'A,4.,a,, gif if-2 ' , . . f. J' -lil, I I N , . . r ' 1 ' x . 4 . 4 ' z . ' '- . ' , en . . 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