Alva High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Alva, OK)

 - Class of 1949

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Once again we as school mates assemble. PV: fain would lift our hearts in song. To our high school, our dear Alma Mater, M glldnfilf lht fnofnfnlf Pfolong. VVe are proud of our lads and our lasses Of honors won in days gone hy, So here's a cheer for Alva High School, For Alva High School, for Alva High. CHORUS Here's to our classes, here's to our lasses. Here's to the lads they adore, Here's to the Seniors so mighty, Iuniors so flighty, Freshies and Sophomores. Let mirth and gladness hanish all sadness, And as the days go hy You'll find us ready and steady Boosting for Alva High. Soon for us will our school days he ended, And joys of youth that fade so fast. But we know that our hearts often ponder On memories of scenes that are past. There are joys that will long he remembered And friendships too, that ne'er shall die. So here's a cheer for Alva High School, For Alva High School, for Alva High. ff' L A Tv :iff .. ,EQ I ?:???1rf,d L, , Sgr? - :MTW fix V I Jamtaon Q The ideaiisni and inspiration of our in- tors is aiways an incentive to hetter happier hte. Because oi naturai use of nd. strue ' ' hip and a ' acy, your ' ' dgrnent, a to citizens your gift of dipionn iriendiiness, your very fair iu t' on for aii you have rneant ' h Schooinwe dedi s. ' apprecia i fi Aiya Hig Mr. Gei 4 in the students o cate this Goidbug to you, Editor ,...,,,vA,,,..A,., .... Associate Editor .. Y ,V flnuaf gag , , ,MARVEL MUNDELL ,BILLY FAE FISHER Business Manager ,....,.,Y. .,,,,,,.... , , HAROLD BUTLER Assistant Business Manager .VoV,Voo ..o.,,wo,,...., . BOB SIMON Class Representatives .....,7,,A.,. ....., E ARLENE HEATON MOLLIE WEAVER JEANETTE SCHAEFER BARBARA GASKILL Class Editor .......,......,,.7. ....... . CLARIDE WOODWARD Class Representatives .,Y,..,... v..,....,7...... D . J. HANKINS PHILIP WALTERS MYRNA JO SHELBY CHARLENE GARDNER Activities Editor ...7,.,,,.. .......,,,.,......,....., B ILL MEIXNER Activities Assistants t.,,.., Y,...........,....o,, N ANCY MQGINLEY SHIRLEY ANN MCARTHUR Sports Editor ....7,.,, Sports Assistants .i.,7 Photography Editor .,., ,, ,. Class Representatives Art Work ..r...... Typists ssssss.... Goldbug Sponsors ...,.,. . ROBERT WIEBENER HHARLENE LORD TOM DENNER . ..,, WILLIAM TRUESDA LE . ,TOMMY DEAN DONNA LEE ARMSTRONG WAYNELL MALLORY JANICE BRUNSTETER ,, ,,.. .,.....,, L EE DENNER ,,,s.... CAROL MELTON BE'I'I'IE DEAN WANDA JEAN JONES MISS EDNA DONLEY MRS. MARGERY CLYNE MR. ROBERT MANNING WWII H W Eh- T 3-,gnu-in-6' ' 'Q QV.-' Q-4 Q. H-. ' , 4 X 'su . g':xeflf"v NR Q. sg ' . v Q, m.Q'a4f:'?'U"2Qf- .2-i'S,."'i ' '. -. - A jf +1 - 1 f 3 "' 1- Effsg-k""', P N" fli- 41' VERSE. l'xXT.1.5P'H '3iB -lf I frafion Orvifh .ku-n, principaf Ever since Orville Korn came to Alva High, he has proved himself to be a true friend to the students of our school. KX Mr. Korn became associated with our school in 1933 as the teacher of industrial arts. Previous to his association with Alva High School, he taught industrial art at both Hooker and Gage, Oklahoma. Mr. Korn attended college at Northwestern State College and received his masters degree from A. 8z M. at Stillwater. He became principal in 1941. As principal and friend, Mr. Korn is constantly be- sieged by students wanting counsel and advice about problems both in and out of school. Mr. Korn is a strong advocate of school government and has an unwavering faith in the students of Alva High School. RUTH BRADLEY Office Secretary LUELLA HARZMAN, A.B. Northwestern State College, Alva GRESHAM ELKINS, A.B., M.A. University of New Mexico JOE STITH, B.S. Northwestern St. College, Alva Q' Yi. 1' N MARGUERITE ELLIOTT, A.B. Northwestern St. College, Alva NOEL TAYLOR, B.S. Northwestern St. College, Alva JAMES BRAKEBILL, B.M. Southwestern, Winfield, Kansas EDNA DONLEY, B.S., M.A. , University of Colorado I, X, .li .xf N lf l l DEAN SIMON, B.S. Northwestern St. College, Alva BYRON ROBERTS, A.B. Northwestern St. College, Alva LELAND WALKER, B.S. Oklahoma A. 8: M. College HARRY FORD, A.B. University of Oklahoma MARY IDELLE COX, A.B., M.A. University of New Mexico ROBERT MANNING, B.S. Northwestern St. College, Alva MARTHA FRIZZELL, B.S. Northwestern St. College, Alva LESTER GALLON, B.S., M.A. Oklahoma A. Sz M. College JEAN JORDAN, A.B. Southeastern St. College, Durant MARGERY CLYNE, B.S. Northwestem St. College, Alva IIIIWWII is 'S eniord BILL MEIXNER President D. J. HANKINS Vice-President WAY BACK IN THE YEAR nineteen hundred and forty-five a battalion of eighty- seven soldiers, males and females alike, under the able leadership of General Lee Denner, established a beachhead at "Freshmen Beach". They won this battle without much trouble and proceeded on to "Sophomore Hill" under Gen- eral Bob Schmitt, who now had increased his army to ninety-six. During this operation some of the soldiers were transferred to other battle stations and some were left behind as casualties of the "Planegeom Tree", so at the beginning of the "Junior River Battle" Gen- eral Earlene Heaton had only eighty-two com- rades in her army. After much wear, tear, and struggle they came to the last stand of the battle. During the fight for "Senior City" they were led by General Bill Meixner, who started the battle with eighty-four soldiers. During this campaign several of the Gen- JI' 5 A EARLENE HEATOI Treasurer eral's men and women were transferred to the "Battle of Matrimonyng however, the Spring of '49 should find seventy-nine soldiers ready for promotion, in high standing, after win- ning the long, hard "Battle of Education at Alva High." BILL NEEDHAM MARVEL MUNDELL Yell Leader Secretary 4 if R 45 ai, 0 LEE DENNER BETTIE DEAN DAN TREECE JERRY BROWN DONNA LEE ARMSTRONG SHIRLEY MCARTHUR BILL ROBINSON HARLENE LORD x wax U 0 0 0 ii 0 '1 It 13' f-N '57 ,aff 1 jf! DON JOHNSON EMMA JEAN FULLERTON MAX RITTER KENNETH Mc0SKER CAROL MELTON LYNN HEASLEY Q , Am.. .. T2 GL. 1 2 nARL MEYER ELAINE JOHNSON GENE MYERS , llW'??:"'X'W 9383219 x iZE,,'x-ki! N '11i"5f?42"""' ' V , - IO ANN SCRIBNER .., L? 'Q 7 rx i . 5 X , 3, 5 X x ' ,LEP 't X ,-,M 3 1: f" Vlfe' A.: 5 L BARKER RGARET HARDGROVE IOY ARMSTRONG DOROTHY BALLARD ROBERT WIEBENER ,E HAROLD BUTLER PAT GASKILL BILL TRUESDALE A ' 'Q X-1' MARILYN HORT NEAL HASSINGER WANDA JONES DONNA MALLORY HERBERT PETERMANN DORLA CURRY QQ ibn g, , i 'x"'d I K , A KENNITH REED PATTI JOHNSON DONALD PETERMA1' WANDA BRICKMAN -fam, . 'Y' c . If W ' , 33"QQ"f 9' X ,EK -4 8' u AGNES DAILING LOREN PERFECT LAHOMA BABCOCK E. J. PARIS FORREST NELSON -ff' 1 A wb vm 'N Q l' AARON MUNDY DOROTHY REYNOLDS LEON PERFECT nf X. f -4 .ei iT '-7 x nr alll Y 5 Jkt Z, A Ns 1, A, MARGARET ASHPAUGH WILFRED BATES ANN GILL GEORGIE DUNHAM mssm HADA JOHN FOX . V -Q Ill - MARJORIE FRANZ DON ERSKINE GLENDA JACKSON NILDA SHERMAN BILL BIRCHER IVA JANE RICHEY Iv' -1:5 T r 21 4, I N ROYCE BENDER ELMA CARDEY JAMES ASHTON DONNA FAILES HENRY FRANZ TOM MOCK Q el -. .F cs. . fr -'UN' RAYMOND BLAKELY ELNA LITTEL DARREL ARNDT RUSSE Ll. M ELTON A X . - an 'Q 55" LOWELI. ARNDT GLADYS BEVIS 1 1 :Ki I HARRIETTE WILSON KENNETH CARTE 'QL A 1' Q 'Q' 'P -, 1. Q ., V A , ,. ' 3- r ' 'W X - 4A it ,I 'ix-Q .IQ 5 9' Jq N 5 Ba . .R fy: 1 . M 'EL ' PY r sffgibh , Af? , .35iL.l'ff,J. ' :SY '-' ' me 95' 3' EF l , in I tw: ' if - -- . 'Q A 1 344' 'I 5 A.. JM.. .. 1 V, --.4 3 YT X . 2 . -8 :f ' .' - A 31 459'-r 1 .4 m 453: m Q4 4 ,Liv .4-:si iz yxx , J A A .gk , m -'-V 'V' X 'W ,A .. xf r xx' N? I A 1 W: L - 'f,f"'i-gw' , , sg., gg 5 T' 'xx vw J gg-if .AN A Q o ii x.A.:.. ' ' gf ef' J vi 55, ,v 41 ,haf I L 4 . ,L , gr , uniord CLARIDE WOODWARD President BOB SIMON 9 , Vice-President vt . '71 :L 4" S' 1 A MOLLIE WEAVER Secretary-Treasurer 5 J Si 'J gmail' :li BARBARA TURNER Yell Leader WE STARTED THIS YEAR as flighty Juniors. Claride Wood- ward was chosen president. After two years of having our lockers upstairs, we were promoted to the main floor and have gained the title of upper classmen. We presented Strictly Formal as our Junior play. It was a big day in the life of every Junior when we received our class rings. We have been selling at ball games to raise money for the Junior-Senior Banquet. We are looking forward to being mighty Seniors of Alva High School next year. 'B KATIE PAUL JACK ANDERSON NELDA QUAST PAUL FE'I'I'KE 9 WILLIS JACKSON PATTY HIGHFILL JACK GING - ELAINE BROWN RUTH ALICE MORE FIE LD DE VERL PARIS BETTY ZAI-IORSKY BOB BARR JOHN ECKELS v x X. X ff ' . ff 1 JO, is w H I ff 8 ,ff A 1 F! Www A ,...-I Q , R A "'- A K. Iv- " ag R Jw: , J ... ' 4' t U , . . x ,w i .V 'I ' ' w M:'X , I if 1124 I 1 2 . ' YQ ' ,V '-:QQ 5 ., 3114 i- I 7 DARREL PEARSON NIX ANDERSON JOYCE McMURPHY ,. VERNON LIEURANCE JOE COX RUBY BARKER ,xr X LAVONA BURROWS ROBERT MURROW JOY ANN CAMERON A. f KIM GILL DOROTHY KING ELDON WIERSIG LAVERNA STITES .' , .o',' .' e'p ' . for--0 , ,...-'f,... . . 0 - I. Sm- M My? -. GEORGIA LENZ HARLAND HINTERGARDT GLENN CI INE CARL PETERMANN v ,,, ,. ... -,,. , ..:-. ..p,.,. WAYNELL MALLORY DONALD FAILES BERTHA BOHAM NORRIS SMITH NELDA ELMORE RONALD BOSWELL MARJORIE WATSON VERNA LEE WILSON KENNETH WOODS -44. PX k N. 'L gy u J ACK FRIEZE BE'I"I'Y BURKET JIM JACKSON DICK KOPPITZ Q. 1 'VVS VIRGII. CHANCE KATHERINE STERBA H .uf 9 L A gba 'Q C e ,I IVA JEAN ROSE RICHARD HARRISON MARILYN JACKSON HARRY KERNS NORMA SHOEMAKER HARRY VENOSDEI. MARY LUE JACKSON .I JIM MORELAND JULIA BURNETT HAROLD STITES DOROTHY YOUNG LOWELL REDFERN CHARLES BINDRUMN SADIE OSBURN GENE LYONS CAROLYN MASON DARREL SERVIS LAVONNE LIEURANCE BRUCE GRAVES 'W' I li H 9. BILL TH ROCKMORTON MARVIN MARSH JUANITA LEDESMA ma- 'X' if STANLEY VAUGHN PHILIP WALTERS BILLY FISHER WILLIS EALEY MW-f I R Q n 9 -. 1 fn I W yr ml 4' E0 I 4 ' I A I al ' K CONNIE BURDICK PHYLLIS BREWER DONALD LIESWALD MILDRED HADA lv - ' 1 AA-f .. ffl! wg-333 ,. -v--7' .Af sm.. k, .,, ,X , , Y rt 1 K 1 YZ: 'L 1 . WN X fi 'U ,gnu +354 ,Q Q 11 . , . , ...,mXyX , , qw- . .,., A . . " ww- A unix' I. . ,, ,, .. . - ,yi - W......2Ei?g'f5-1113+ 'm lm ' mx bw - 1 1 I VH i ,gjalalzomored X 1 X 1 1 1 37 o RONALD APPLEMQN TOM DEAN y ' Vice-President fW"L2.J VELYN ENSOR ORVILLE CANAAN Treasurer Yell Leader Last year as Freshmen, we romped through Alva High's halls. The walls echoed often our loud and cheerful calls. We were thrilled to be in high school, it had been our hope for years fThat's the reason our entrance nearly deafened the school's ears.J We were proud of our Alva High School land still are to be exactl We were glad to say, "We're Freshmen!" ithat was certainly a fact.J Our scholastic record really is supreme. We also have top players on the Goldbug team. This year, as the Sophomores, we've tried to be more dignified, But somehow it hasn't worked, no matter how hard we've tried. So maybe in the next two years they won't ask, "what's the fuss?" They'll realize, without a doubt, that it is only us. 174 MARLENE CRISWELL KENNETH RICHARDSON MYRNA JO SHELBY LARRY HELLMAN RITA MAXWELL PHIL STEPHENSON NANCY JOACHIM HAROLD LOHMANN HELEN ECKELS MARLENE GREER BRYCE HILL DOROTHY Rl'I'I'ER TOM DENNER NANCY McGlNLEY BRAD CAMPBELL CAROLYN EDWARDS ALVIN GEIS PAULA ROBINSON BILL PEASTER ROBERTA GASKILL JACK METCALF 41 J 1 yi if-'R ,fa ,7 , QMMN ny 9x - 'I 3 A 'X' ,, N, ,4 , -Af QU, in 'K T77 i 'fl ff' PEGGY HARDGROVE EUGENE HUFFORD MARY TANNER HAROLD CALHOON BARBARA DAILING BILL GRO!-I SUE ELLIUFT RAY METCALF IMOGENE REIMAN MARY WADLEY BILL McDOWELL NANCY ZAIIORSKY LYLE WILSON BETTY SHALLOUP CARL SHAFER HENRIANNA ALEXANDER DONALD PEASTER LEONA MORRIS MAVABELLE TOLLE HAROLD CELLAN PEGGY KRAUS HARVARD LI'l'I'0N WINONA NELSON LEE I-IADWIGER .HQM LEOTA JARRED BILL MUNDY MARY THILSTED JAMES GROH GARNET WILSON JIMMY FRIEZE Q,- W, 1 X Q '- X ax Q J I x A Ki 5.4 11 'Ur 'Q GLENDA ARNDT DARREL PFLEIDER LAVELLE JOHNSON WAYNE KINZIE LADONNA WILKINSI PAUL ICKE ELAINE I-IADA JACK BUTLER VIRGINIA MYERS ,Y GLORIA RING DEWEY MAJOR JOAN McMULLEN ANN HOLFORD ANNA SHARP NINA MAE ASHTON MARVIN GRAYSON pix jg. 'TQ 'K gan Nur if 8' FI I 5,5 W A" X WANDA HOUSTON GERALD DOCTOR EULALIA KUR'I'I'I SHIRLEY McDONALD PAULA GRAY NORMADEAN WILLIAMS Q-9 H ' 13' Al ' 1 x -, .Z 6 5 5 -110 N41 ... FIN!! -L ' .ur .' .' "X ' 'L E 5272 - J""f X H , w 'L 1 I'e5Al'Ylefl f"SN ping. A o m y iz fs Z" . . Ili , 9 nw 0.154 X . ASW' RB ARA Ge85' BA Seam A BR ATQHER w N21 an wade The Freshmen of ,49 are really up to time With bright socks or how ties, Long skirts that swish hy. Alt school- they're quite hright, But have more fun at night lVith a dance, a party, or wiener roast, A picnic or sledding-anything most. The Goldhug Press, would he a page less, If it were not for the lines VVritten on Freshmen times. In Bugettes yvu'll see A majority haue we, And we're also on the beam VVhen it comes to the Freshmen team. For our boys fthough some are short, Are outstanding in any sport. When seeking actors, musicians or artists. Leaders waste no time For there, too, the Freshmen shine. Alva High is proud of each lad and lass ln the up and coming Freshman Class. DUTY ch M011 AY'-guaeni Conn L G ASKXL Rogliigreikdent YYTER NEB XRVXN B5 nt GAY'-9 Presx e HARg,E?EaW1es EB- C geilfese .. I. .:'v 4, ya' 41' 1 x b - , 5-X. x ..7 5 KENNETH DIME ICK. Bl' PEGGY JAG -53 177' Y M KSON, I cf'l.UNf .ARRY P r, f 'HA RLES SMIT EA RSON. HAZE' H. PHYLLIS Dl I. SCHICK. JE ,. 'Q X X-Jw' Q Ig IBBEN RR Y K . HARRY CLINE ORN, BE'I"I'Y R AUH DOROTHY KELTCH, GENE JOHNSON. JANIGE BRUNSTETER, JAMES GEIS. NORMA PETERMANN DALE ZEHR, I-JIDONNA WHITE. ROY PELEIDER, KATHY CHILDERS. PAUL HAMMON ,Za 3 .Q V , Q 4 ...., , lx , 7 W if N w Q R N b ' N "ivy K A 1. 1 3 , U , viii, , N gf 'Gifs o..,,! 'Y 415 V1 'S-'I .E WR .L S V A 1 r '5 if X V AT ON ALD, FRED FUSSEL 1. QON. R. S. Md! iv' ,f xg J' R A CELL, LOUIS 'Y PUR KLXNE, W AGNER, KEN ROSE MARKE ,I HADA, LYNN BEEFORD - AN, ARLENE WBYYELY ESTHER HOFFM 'YRXCXA 'N GODS VAS 0. SAN 1 ANXCE W AT, AN PAT McALX'5'YER, WKLLXS Y-RAMP, YA BKCKEL WY. LeROY ALLEN, LUCY KXNG, ROBERT Q NW'-M , TEV-W0 ODDY . N , REV: 'YY SN DER50 I' 3 DENNL ECCA W X SIGGAR BATES, LEONA RA ZITA RING. JAY DEE Z DWI GHT REED, DELI EHR, JUNE WA :-'ix C ' ir ll - I .A NOR mom Ig' DYKIZ AUGUSTINE LEDESMA ROHRY EALEK BARBARA r:AL1.o1v CHARLOTTE TRUHSDALE, CHARLES M RICHARD KUNTZ CHLIA TA YLoR, ILLER CHAR it , RILLIE P LES RIT ARKER, GILBERT CHEX ESTHER HINTERGARD "' 1 OR Y T LEE BREWER v iw K f', V 1. af' qv J , av. h UDLUM Y ALL EK GLENN MA E ,S , ms L , Yam lv RELL, SACK ROSWEL n A BXNDRUM, HARRY 'Y A CLETYA MUR DDOX, Y ATRKCX if RLY BORN CRXCR APR Y LAR , MARY Y X Y ATT YREE. D . RETY KN LORMANN, BETTY GALE CURRY ARTHUR OLD R VID RO E YAYR, RAR VKD EARL, DA LOUY5 D A M ARV COLE, RF-W ER, BILLY MAN B FRXWLE , ENDRXCR, NOR U XDEN, RXLLY Q92 'n Y1 in " .ug . A 1 z. '1' wi M 'Q 1 7 X! R? ' Q? uff. iv ffgfx H You 4. 50' N 3 W-4 'lfmultl lv' hi ' ,..., H, A., f 'ok Yea. 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'LM w ig -Y ' 4. , ' H3 .fig . i2Lif?25'w 4 Q .-..,,,..,.-6 ,pvj T 55 4 W I I 'WW ,auf- --ff BETTY ZAHORSKY Junior R X' 0825734 G4 THE ANNUAL QUEEN was crowned at a semi-formal dance held at the American Legion Hut on Saturday evening, January 15. Music was furnished by Rex Benedict's band. .ldflnuaf Queen .Altfndanld FV' up u s vs Mx ' O 'F orb .Ms 6 9 Q iff!-4 0 W4 I x rI lmHNsnN .fi 3 ,ff V ' 1 . , en ey BILL MEIXNER, Sec'y IN ORDER TO PROVIDE for the interests of the boys in Alva High School, the Key Club was formed in the Spring of 1948 under the sponsorship of the local Kiwanis Club. The Key Club is a school and community service organization. The local Key Club was the third to be founded in the State of Oklahoma. This organization is international and is under the auspices of Kiwanis International. The club this year is under the leadership of Jerry Brown, president, Gene Myers, vice-president, Bill Meixner, secretary, and Jack Ging, treasurer. The faculty sponsors are Gresham Elkins and Noel Taylor. 5 ii wi' """' ,fbi I 'C' JERRY BROWN, Pres. af J 2' X3 lr, Q nooly GENE MYERS, Vice-Pres. ,uyvmss , I fi p : , GRESHAM ELKINS, Sponsor NOEL TAYLOR, Sponsor .ggucknf Counci if .ji smnu-:Y MCARTHUR, Sec'y , I xx, 'V My 'f yi, .. HARRY FORD EDNA DONLEY EARLENE HEATON. Pres. THE STUDENT COUNCIL of Alva High was revised in 1943, and since that time has been a very active part of the stu- dent life of our school. It is a student representative group with all classes and organizations electing delegates to the council. This eighteen member group sponsors one or more major projects each year. This year they placed black-out curtains in the balcony, put coke machines in the hall, and have presented two assembly pro- grams. The Student Council helps with the intramural program carried on in volley ball, basketball, and tennis. The State Student Council meeting held in Cushing was at- tended by Earlene Heaton, Jerry Brown, Bill Needham, Dorothy Ballard, Tom Dean, Tom Denner, Charlene Gardner, and Kenneth Richardson. Earlene served as Chairman for one of the discus- sion groups. This year the Student Coun- cil is under the able leadership of Earlene Heaton, president. Other officers are Dorothy Ballard, vice- presidentp Shirley McArthur, sec- , Z retary-treasurer. Sponsors are: D ' ' 'i 4 Edna Donley, Gresham Elkins, . A ' i and Harry Ford. GRESHAM ELKINS Urcdealra ALVA HIGH SCHOOL is proud of it twenty-one piece string orchestra, which i under the direction of Mr. James Brakebil There was only one other Class "B" orches tra competing for ratings at the Tri-Stat Band Festival in 1948, at which time the Alvl orchestra won an excellent rating. They als won a superior rating at the district contes in 1948. i--- lil F ZZMJ FOR THE PAST TWO YEARS the Alva High Band has earned one excellent and one superior rating at district contests and they have also won sweepstakes both years. They have won excellent ratings at Tri-State Band Festival both years. This year, the sixty members under their direc- tor, Mr. James Brakebill, presented two as- sembly programs, and have played for many football and basketball games. fi ,ali "'i' Qiixffll no ge '35 gg ir T r ii T E l k,.w .' J- V ,. , J, - A , ,....1es- N t , . K ,.,V -r I T I i in ,L .I- l:,I. H N 1,.,.!.vfA I, , 31 3111 lun-u--S ---as fell "The purpose of the organization shall be to promote pep and enthusiasm among the students of Alva High School and wholeheartedly support the athletic activities." Bugettes was organized in 1938, with thirty members. Now the membership is ninety-three. Miss Marguerite Elliott is the sponsor of the group. 3 V f , 1 as 2 W Q' jeenfn THE Y-TEENS OF ALVA HIGH is a part of an international organization of teen- age girls. These girls are the younger group of the Y. W. C. A. Each year the Y-Teens sponsors some service project. This year a Christmas basket was sent to a needy fam- ily. Also, the annual boy-girl party was given at the Elks Hall November 22, 1948. Officers are: Shirley Ann McArthur, presidentg Joy Ann Cameron, vice-presidentg Barbara Turner, secretaryg Waynell Mallory, treasurerg Earlene Heaton, student coun- cil representative. The three aims of Y-Teens are to improve spiritual, physical and the mental needs of the girls. The organization is very ably sponsored by Miss Luella Harzman. , ,,,.. n-A J. or - o f av 3 f ?.iW'5iY? 151 -1' 1 ' WHERE. F F L4?i"Z.l:f': H .5 . ,-new lv' E .i'-:EE A 'AM s , f W ' . A .........a-r X' ju fare armerd o!.x4merica THE ALVA CHAPTER of Future Farmers of America is a very recent addition to Alva High School. It was organized at the beginning of this school year, and is composed of the 44 students enrolled in the vocational agriculture classes. The objective of F.F.A. is "to teach by doing". The organization is under the very able leadership of Mr. Leland Walker, our vocational agriculture instructor. Officers elected for the year include Bill Robinson as presidentg Dick Koppitz, vice-presidentg Jim Jackson, secretaryg Leroy Armstrong, treasurerg and E. J. Paris, reporter. The club has participated in stock judging contests and various other contests. The local chapter also won the sweepstakes prize on the float which they entered in the Homecoming parade. gblfufe 0l'YlQl'l'l6t QP5 THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS of America is a national organiza- tion of junior and senior high schools of the United States and territories. The Alva Chapter of the Future Homemakers was organized in 1945. Officers for this year are: Betty Zahorsky, presidentg Dorothy King, vice-presidentg Iva Jean Rose, sec- retaryg Betty Burket, treasurer, Jo Ann Scribner, song leaderg Bettie Dean, pianistg Dorothy Ballard, historiang Roberta Gaskill, parliamentariang Ann Gill, student council representativeg and Earlene Heaton, reporter. The club mother is Mrs. Harold Zahorsky. The motto of F.H.A. is "Toward New Horizons". Its official colors are red and white with the red rose as its flower. One of the events looked forward to by the Alva Chapter is the State Convention at Oklahoma City. Girls are then given a chance to compare their chap- ter to those over the state. F.H.A. carries out several projects each year. This year the girls have taken part in two national projects. Three boxes were sent to the World Christ- mas Festival and one box was sent to a German home economics class. Girls receive many benefits from this helpful organization sponsored by Martha Frizzell and Margery Clyne. ,HN '6 . . The Girl from Brazil l Heads He Burns Rich Man, Poor Man ' Geraldine and the White Robe A - .l' b ix 22 5 1' i 2 Q 5 A ' l, A 1 P I l I ,Ei V Q T .eg u 1 a I l + ' g . ' ' I ' i Q f I 1 N . . . , A Z 3 ' as lil nga orendicd THE DEBATE SQUAD constitutes an important part of the speech department in Alva High School. The squad consists of eight members, who at the first of the year designated that they were interested in the debating part of forensics. Debating was renewed in Alva High in '47, and this year there has been much in- terest in debate. Some very fine work was also done in the other phases of speech work . . . oratory, interpretation, public address, and radio speaking. Alva High was well represented at the following speech tournaments: Phillips Uni- versity, the Northwest Speech Conference Meet at Woodward, the Northwest District Tournament, and at the invitational Speech Tournament at Edmond. Those partici- pating did themselves proud as well as their director, Miss Edna Donley, by qualifying for the State Meet to be held in Norman. F 5 unior 644:55 pfag Jane Cutler , , .,,4..v, Sally, her friend ,,,..,,,, Agnes, the maid .,,,. Andrew Cutler .l..lVl .lrlll Nettie Cutler ...,,,.,..f,.f-f. CAST GRESHHIQREYKINS KATIE PAUL Mrs. 'ri1terLr..,,,e.e.,..eA RUBY BARKER A,--WBILLY FISHER Josie Tilton, the brat ., C ,WJOY CAMERON A eeeeee NELDA ELMORE Elroy, who puts the shot iiii ...i4.......i..i.i B RUCE GRAVES ., , ...,i.ii4...,. ..vv..Aii B OB SIMON George Ahern rrrr,... r,rrrrrrrr. A . r.rr..r.. BILL THROCKMORTON 'CI-'AR-IDE WOODWARD Marcia, from New York,,,,,,,, MOLLIE WEAVER Jim, sanyqr boy friend ..eeeeeee eeeeeee , . PHILIP WALTERS Mr. Ahern, a neighbor Rose Tilton .,.,.... - .e.fe,-,,,-e,,,f V - ., A, JACK ANDERSON LAVONNE LIEURANCE Cindy Collins, Miss Fixit, ....,,,.......,,, WAYNELL MALLORY Marilyn, chases Elroy .......,.. .......... L AVERNA STITES Lt. Bob Cunningham ....,,.... ,,.......,,.,... J IM JACKSON O Sniof Cfaad MAY 13, 1949 W ODDS ON TOMORROW A NNQM , sv' N Charles Quimby Burde-He THE HEALTH PROGRAM, which is a part of the Alva City Schools curriculum, had its inception six years ago. In the beginning the Business and Profes- sional Women of Alva undertook the project by plac- ing a full-time nurse in the city schools. They financed the entire program the first four years with the aid of other civic organizations. For the last two years the Board of Education has financed the school nurse. Alva City Schools are one of the very few schools in Oklahoma that has the advantage of a full-time nurse. The school nurse has an equipped office in each of the schools in Alva and spends her time at various intervals in the different schools. Her work includes physicals for all students and immunizations for both students and pre-school children. Mrs. Johnson re- ceived her training at the University Hospital at Enid, Oklahoma. Each year in co-operation with the Vocational Home Economics department, the school nurse con- ducts a home nursing course for the high school girls. She has also conducted some adult classes in home nursing in Alva and adjoining towns. 'N""wa.....,., Q Qu- I . yn j J' XO Q, fi J 4 f WW ww X X f Snior 661.45 PL? MAY 13, 1949 CDDS 0N TOMORRQVU ,gi XX Charles Quimby Burdeffe The Goldbu Press Volume XI ALYA, OKLZX., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1948 NUMBER 8 7 ' S i, ' ff X SP-mf 1'X"ltlCh't P WS' iw ll l Assembly .o or u ns mas r rams NN' -I9 s l 5 onors National 'A . 0 0 0 . du ' ' ' ' axatgroooisgf A., .,,Qfjf'0" Week At Alva Hi Precedo Holidays x 50 or go or -- 1+ 5, , M se. so 93- QQQQQQ- to 59634 of N Y 12, at 2:00 p, m day. No-I, ag I ecflo Q were K 6' 95 eo 1' 'oziofodab J Cnstmnal Education wdm honor ' S n T -yt. 'N 49' vi" .vb ,Je . -1 -r . Fles Ruud... .... N ek., q A 0 I I my' ' Wm., . f' A - Eight Alva High School Students Attend :sf fp Be pr Program , 'haLH.S, l I I I K J' State Wide Meetmg Ol Student Councils Seniors oesenled By lif""l6 2 Eefijifitffff Eight members of the Aus. First ci--' un church. 7 gr The tm ,U n Ffldp-VQQHQZQ 'QP QP. "ho :hmm Smdent Council attended the an- "I" eneral discussion was am giv 'dlflonal Y 'G' 9,0 0 393 Qt, oy Q 'Verso nual meeting of the Federation ,of 6 m. Friday, and the yefil' W1 en by g oil!-,fge QQ? 9- Q ff 5' 3 ,Q acer D' Oklahoma Hrgh School Sf! W . rvnnf- rf-wirfl-we-L Fnddr H b"sQrff1e 'Ex QSC- gi 'Z' ag J. 0 'or Mig i.i,rL.i1'ic25.,'gnri:1:ine,f"! 0165 D 9 t Group Pictures Are ri Q2 ' was the 'heme IQ TUkel1 FOI' ATIIIUGI P w,.?!q3'?1'Q wudfgn 4 C9 Etta: nual " 6,5597 06615 Group pictures were taken for res 0101. A 'iqsgsw 55? fha Thursr 0 - Q 019 Wai lthe Gflldbug annual Tuesday, Nov- f 'So 0 in Q -I.. dent .p Cl 'lxqmowvoalc gram' iember 16, by Mr. Fred sruppie a S USS Q fs Q were Th 01360, 035-es 50-9 .gem S dlocgl photographer. ' Ngo, 3- 2 C24 dm, TQ 8 9 4394 9 9 " .,lw,sg,b0 P,..lIs-J, 64 s, "' 1 'On The bo befo edt 'V' in V fl' 6 J the theb, 'PS 1 AX O 4 ,f 0 "1 Su' I -Ill 1 hijst I-Or Q Q xzfqbhfiqalbg? Q Q Q N ,Mr daksa, . 46 90' 'Wiki ties: AQ? 2 I here!!! 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They financed the entire program the first four years with the aid of other civic organizations. For the last two years the Board of Education has financed the school nurse. Alva City Schools are one of the very few schools in Oklahoma that has the advantage of a full-time nurse. The school nurse has an equipped office in each of the schools in Alva and spends her time at various intervals in the different schools. Her work includes physicals for all students and immunizations for both students and pre-school children. Mrs. Johnson re- ceived her training at the University Hospital at Enid, Oklahoma. Each year in co-operation with the Vocational Home Economics department, the school nurse con- ducts a home nursing course for the high school girls. She has also conducted some adult classes in home nursing in Alva and adjoining towns. "iii-....,,,., I W lb- . I 1 .4 ff J 1 if-M 2 if 2 '5 LESTER COX, our school custodian, is a person in which we can be justly proud. He includes with his work a note of cheer for those who are in need of "sympathy," and is always ready to lend a helping hand to students who might need his help. it-I """' JOHN MARTIN is the capable helper of Mr. The cameraman caught him going about one o regular duties of the day. The students of Alva School appreciate his help in keeping our buildil an orderly fashion. X A1 55- I 1 EW X 9 50 'Wi nl '? 'fs 'Q Y CL ID A05 L, 52 5 8 DAWGPATCPEREQ .s - lk. -. ,Q 'YW- i '4' f. .. ' 1 N ..:3,ff, "4-v-...g . 'V ' ' .gint -, .. 1-1:rrf+..g,, ,'-- w . N '-s.-i""f-- 1- , p . , ' V xl' v l ... XF kg. W , '4-Q.. - ' . ' ' X-4. ,Q Q 1 -wg! , ' .-, "'Nr-f-.,.'N"'-L"N- - . k -- . .. -'-....,1-Q Q'--A-.- -f-H N. T'N-4. 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