Almo High School - Warrior Yearbook (Almo, KY)

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1- X 0 I I i 1 I n 3 v B I 4 1 ! 5 V I n 1 547 26257. g L? lA 'N- hx S ETB e Q6 ,, : i CONTENTS Foreword Dedication Staff Administration Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Grades Athletics Activities Advertising sz-:mx '. zz . . -ze: warrior :-::-: .::-' O'ZE,MJ'O'Z The Senior Class of 1954-55 proudly present to you this Yearbook, which We hope will bring back memories of the past. We are deeply grateful to the teachers, parents and succeeding students who have assisted us in our accom- plishments. I-'-. zz-zz-as :-'z-'zfmzszz-z z-zz-zz-: wappigp :-zz-2 z medication To Mrs. CCleoJ Redden, our adviser and counselor for the past eight years, We proudly dedicate this Yearbook. We, the Senior Class, were her students in the fourth grade When she began teaching here. We learned to love her that year and that love has grown With each passing year. Her Winning smile, her understanding disposition and pleasing personality will bring back many fond memories in future years. ffl Y- H., V i I MY I WEEKLY 1 READER L -24. Lf fs .'7,7Zz1e: Um .avizkzz oo u,u,o OO 00000 Zlte warrior O 0000009000 :-zz-:za - - - THE WARRIOR STAFF Editor-in-Chief .........,......,....,,.,..,....,,..,..,......,................ Daphene Herndon Associate Editor ............ Business Manager ..........,. Assistant Manager Sports Editor ..........,.....,,. Sports Editor .............. Snapshot Editor Snapshot Editor Typist ..,............,............ Typist .....4.. Typist ........ Typist .................. Historian .......,.. Historian .......... Prophet ......... Prophet ......... Poet ......,....................,..... Willie Jackson Henry Towery ...,. Ronald Pace Jackie Thorn Dwain McClard Sue Mathis I ...'.' .'...'.'.. lHFan11ie Scott Ruth Bagwell Brooks Duncan Jerry Edwards Gerald Smith Martha Sheppard Geraldine Wilson Betty Cope Allene Miller Peggy Wilson Poet .........................,....,........,,... ,...l......,..,...... L arry Dumas Nonsense Editor ,.......... ........,............... G ene Ernstberger Nonsense Editor ........... .,.....,....,.,...,,.............,..,............ A sher Jones Dedication Staff ........... .............. P at Thweatt, Kelsie Hooks Class Will ..............,... Class Will ........ Adviser .......... Marvin Scott, Darrell Mitchell Bobbie Faye Clark Harold Jones Mr. W. B. Miller ff , ff o cs' if ut' 5 1 v' ' QSIQ . , , lil D' . Iv!! I mv , -:am -:azz-::-z wappigp z-z zz-: ez: Faculty WILLIAM B. MILLER - Principal and History. Graduate of Trigg County High School and Murray State Col- lege. Has a B. S. Degree with area in Social Science. Nine years teaching experience. Basketball Coach, Adviser to Warrior Staff and Sponsor of Senior Class. D. J. MILLER - Mathematics. Graduate of Western Kentucky State College, with graduate Work at the University of Kentucky, University of Maryland and George Washington University. Teacher and school administrator for several years. MRS. T. P. JONES - English. Graduate of Almo High School. Holds a B. S. Degree from Murray State Col- lege, with Major in English and Minor in Social Science. Twenty-one years teaching experience. Sponsor of the Seventh Grade. MILTON WALSTON - Vocational Agriculture. Graduate of Almo High School. B. S. Degree from Western Kentucky Teachers College, With Minors in Biology and Chemistry. Twenty years teaching experience in Calloway County. Sponsor of Junior Class and F. F. A. Adviser. MRS. G. T. LILLY - Home Economics. Graduate of Franklin High School, Franklin, Kentucky. B. S. De- gree from Western Kentucky Teachers College. Three years teaching experience. Co-Sponsor of Senior Class and F. H. A. Adviser. N. P. PASCHELL -- Commerce. Graduate of Murray Training School. Holds a B. S. Degree from Murray State College. He is Sponsor of the Freshman Class. MRS. E. B. HOWTON - Grades Seven and Eight. Grad- uate of Henderson High School, Henderson, Kentucky. Bethel Woman's College, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, with graduate Work from University of Kentucky. Fifteen years teaching experience. Sponsor of Eighth Grade. I 1 'Ill 5 .mlfflfr s V . Q2 .ffazkf mfg pm 27171912 2141.-ffm .7 .'7Z72'.6i 127511 FACULTY 1954 55 .9722 Hyde!! first .wzufazz .:7,7f'.S2 Zlzfdrgv .'7?Zz'.s .Zfzzfz 322:14 Zfnzififgf .Wim .WZ!Waz,yaZ .'7Z7z'.4: Mddfa fjfffitfg-4125512 .QZ4'3:s' .'7a!.w.4! . Qffff QOQQQU .OO 5 Q50 O .lf 19 b:'-.-..-.:-.- -.azz-:eases-..-.:-.:-zz-:me waprtop ..v:::.- aio Facultg MRS. NED NANCE - Fifth Grade. Graduate of Almo High School. Holds a B. S. Degree from Murray State College. Seventeen years teaching experience. MRS. RAYMOND WRATHER - Grade One. Graduate of Murray High School. Attended Murray State College and holds a Standard Life Certificate. Twenty-one years teaching experience. MRS. TELLUS MCDOUGAL - Grade Two. Graduate of Murray High School. Attended Murray State College and holds a Standard Life Certificate. Twenty-one years teaching experience. MRS. BURR WALDROP - Grade Three. Attended Mur- ray State College. Holds a Standard Life Certificate. Nineteen years teaching experience. MRS. HURON REDDEN -- Grade Four. Graduate of Wingo High School and attended Murray State Col- lege. Holds a Standard Life Certificate. Nineteen years teaching experience. MRS. R. A. JOHNSTON - Grade Six. Graduate of May- field High School, Mayfield, Kentucky. A. B. and M. A. Degree from Murray State College. Seventeen years teaching experience in elementary school, high school and college. LORENE FALWELL - Office Secretary. Graduate of Almo High School in 1947. Attended Murray State College, where she studied Elementary Education. Taught school one year. Sixth year as Office Secre- ary. S 1 ' ,AAA-J -445254. ,. f P1 ff-, NY N?:'l4xel:Sg s' '77 I I I I lp I l 1 I -2 2-::-:ze wapptop :-::-::-: :az Wh0's Who In The Senior Class FRANCES ALLENE MILLER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller. Member of F. H. A. '52-'55. Literary Club '54-'55. Glee Club '52-'53. DWAIN MCCLARD Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. McClard. Class Secretary '51-'52, Reporter '52-'53, President '53-'54, Reporter '54-'55, Member of F. F. A. '51-'55. Almo Business Club '54-'55, Played Basketball '51-'55, Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53. FANNIE MAE SCOTT Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott. Member of F. H. A. '52-'55, Historian '54-'55, Journalism Club '52-'53. Almo Business Club '54-'55. Member of Glee Club '51-'55, Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53. HUGH DARRELL MITCHELL Son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mitchell. Member of F. F. A. '51-'55. President of Supervised Farming Committee. Conservation Club '54-'55, Almo Busi- ness Club '54-'55. GERALDINE WILSON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Lovett. Member of F. H. A. '52-'55, Recreation Leader '53-'54, Secretary '54-'55, Dramatic Club '54-'55. Glee Club '52-'55, Girls Quartet '53-'54, Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick", "The Drunk" '52-'53, "A Pair of Country Kids" '53-'54. Member of "The Fliver Family". L on 4,9 W We xD 'Q 'Z- Qeg 'Y' X9 Q Qi : ::-::-: Elle warrior :-zz-zz-zz Who's Who In The Senior Class LARRY DUMAS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dudly Dumas. Member of F. F. A. '51-'52. "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53. DAPHENE HERNDON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Herndon. Member of F. H. A. '52-'55, President '54-'55. Glee Club '51-'55, Vice-President of Pep Club '54-'55, Vice President of Dramatics Club '52-'55, Plays - "Black Face Min- strel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53, "A Pair of Country Kids" '52-'54. A member of "The Fliver Family". RONALD H. PACE Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Pace. President of Class '51-'52, '52-'53, Secretary-Treasurer '53-'54. F. F. A. '51-'55, Vice-President '53-'55. Glee Club '51-'55. Conservation Club '53-'54. Dramatics Club '54-'55. Played Basketball '52-l55. Plays - "Black Face Min- strel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53, 'ISA Pair of Country Kids" '52-'54, "Bolts and Nuts" ' 1152. MARVIN EARL SCOTT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott. Entered High School '51-'52. A member of F. F. A. '51-'55. Conservation Club '54-'55. Glee Club '52-'54, Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53. JOE PAT THWEATT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thweatt. Attended Murray Training School '53-'54. Member of F. F. A. '51-'55, Reporter of Conservation Club '54-'55, 'bf :z .:-::-: Ulm warrior :-:z-za: z Who's Who In The Senior Class PEGGY ANN WILSON Oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nance and Wife of Pfc. Goebel Wilson. Attended Sedalia High School '51-'54, Transferred to Almo in '54-'55. Glee Club '51-'52. Cheerleader '52-'53. Class Reporter '51- '52. F. H. A. '51-'52, '54-'55, 4-H Club '51-'52. KELSIE R. HOOKS Son of Mrs. Stanton Hooks. Attended Trig County High first semester of '51-'52, Attended Almo '52-'55, Member of F. F. A. '51-'55. Almo Business Club '54- '55. Glee Club '52-'53, Conservation Club '53-'54. Played Basketball '51-'55. Plays - "The Fliver Family". JACKIE EDWARD THORN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Thorn. Member of F. F. A. '51-'55. Conservation Club '52-'53. President of Almo Business Club '54-'55. Glee Club '52-'52-3. Played Basketball '51-'55, Captain '54-'55, Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53, "A Pair of Country Kids" '53-'54. HENRY TOWERY Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lace Towery. Attended Cuba High School '51-'53, Started to Almo second semester of '53-'54. President of Class '54-'55, Member of F. F. A. '51-'55, President '54-'55, Pep Club '51-'55, President '54-'55. President of Dramatic Club '54-'55, Christmas Pageant '53-'54. Time keeper for home basketball games. HARLAN BROOKS DUNCAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Duncan. Member of F. F. A. '51-'55, Reporter '54-'55. Class Vice-President '54-'55. Almo Business Club '54-'55, Glee Club '52-'53, Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52. 'S '96- l -zz-zz-. :ss warptgp as-zz-2: ' -: Who's Who In The Senior Class WILLIE FRANKLIN JACKSON Son of Mr. and Mrs. Legal Jackson. Member of F. F. A. '51-'55, Secretary '54-'55, Class Secretary '52-'53, '53-'54. Played Basketball '51-'53. Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "A Pair of Country Kids" '53-'54. A member of "The Fliver Family". BOBBIE FAYE CLARK Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carter Clark. Member of F. H. A. '52-'54. Cheerleader '53-'54. Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53, "A Pair of Country Kids" '53-'54. HAROLD GENE ERNSTBERGER Son of Mrs. Lucy Ernstberger. Member of F. F. A. '51-'55. Conservation Club '53-'54. Almo Business Club '54-'55, Sports editor for school newspaper. Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-P52. WANDA SUE MATHIS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Mathis. Class Secretary-Treasurer '54-'55. Member of F. H. A. '53- '54. Almo Business Club '54-'55. Glee Club '51-'53. Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick fgom Punkin Crick" '52-'53, "A Pair of Country Kids" ' 3354. GERALD SMITH Son of Mr. and Mrs. Acie Smith. Transferred from Reidland first semester of '51-'52. Member of F. F. A. '51-'55, Conservation Club '54-'55, ez- -zz-:az-: wappigp :-::-::e:- zz-:: Who,s Who In The Senior Class JERRY DAVIS EDWARDS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Edwards. F. F. A. '51-'55, Pep Club '54-'55. Glee Club '51-'55, Almo Business Club '54-'55, Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53. MARTHA ALICE SHEPPARD Oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Colman Sheppard. Member of F. H. A. '52-'55, Songleader '54-'55, Glee Club '51-'55. Journalism Club '52-'53. Secretary of Dramatics Club '52-'53. Plays - "Black Face Min- strel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '52-'53. RUTH BAGWELL Youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Bagwell. Attended Post Intermediate in Michigan '51-'52, Almo '52-'55, Red Cross Rep. '51-'52. Glee Club '52-'55. F. H. A. '52-'55, Parliamentarian '53-'54, lst Vice- President '54-'55, Represented Chapter on radio pro- gram '54-'55. Dramatics Club '52-'55. Journalism Club '52-'53. Cheerleader '52-'55. Plays - "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '51-'52, "A Pair of Country Kids" '53-'54. BETTY LOU COPE Only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie R. Cope. Mem- ber of F. H. A. '52-'55, Reporter '53-'54, Parliamen- tarian '54-'55. Glee Club '51-'53, President of Liter- ary Club '54-'55. Represented Chapter on Radio Pro- gram '54-'55. ASHER BURNETT JONES Son of Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Jones. Member of F. F. A. '51-'55. Almo Business Club '54-'55. Plays - "Black Face Minstrel" '51-'52, "Aaron Slick from Crick" '52-'53, "A Pair of Country Kids" HAROLD DEAN JONES Oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jones. Started in the Class of '51. Member of F. F. A. '51-'55. Almo Business Club '54-'55. , 1' C woo o o o nopgoo oo .-..Q'-''-2.-:..:.-xmas:-2:-zz-:z-zz-2:-z wapptop . Senior Class History FRESHMEN ........ "Green, but Gorgeous" On the 24th of August 1951, we, the Senior Class, entered school as the "Green" Freshmen of Almo High School. There were forty enrolled in our class. We elected the following officers: President, Ronald Pace, Vice-Presi- dent, Margarett Washer, Secretary, Dwain McClard, Treasurer, Eulane Burkeen, Mr. D. J. Miller was chosen as our sponsor. We were represented on the ball team by Jerry Edwards, Marvin Scott, Bobby Schroader, Derrall Lockhart, Eulane Burkeen, Dwain McClard, George Clark, Kelsie Hooks, Willie Jackson, Martin Wells and Jackie Thorn. Our classmate, Margarett Washer, was elected as cheerleader and most popular girl. We presented a Black Face Minstrel. SOPHOMORE ........ "Silly, but Sharp" In our Sophomore year we started with thirty-six en- rolled. We were proud to have Ruth Bagwell, David Reed, James Overby and Ramona Cecil join our class. We elected the following class officers: President, Derrall Lockhart, Secretary-Treasurer, Willie Jackson, Reporter, Dwain Mc- Clard. We elected Mrs. E. B. Howton as our sponsor. We were represented on the ball team by Kelsie Hooks, Derrall Lockhart, Dwain McClard, Martin Wells, James Overby, Jackie Thorn, Willie Jackson, David Reed and Ronald Pace. Ruth Bagwell was elected cheerleader from our class. We presented the play, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick". JUNIOR ........ "Jolly, but J ittery" Our Junior year we entered school with only thirty-one Jolly Juniors enrolled in our class. The following students did not return: Bobby Schroader, Geraldine Hopkins, Laura Nell Hopkins, Roy Williams, Ramona Cecil and Pat Thweatt. We were glad to have Henry Towery join our class at Christmas. We elected the following officers: President, Dwain McClard, Vice-President, Derrall Lock- -:z-: -zz-nz:-: warrior :-am: :-:: Senior Class Hislrorg hart, Secretary, Willie J acksong Treasurer, Jeanne Futrellg Reporter, Ronald Pace. We chose as our class sponsor, Mr. Milton Walston. We were represented on the ball team by Kelsie Hooks, Der- rall Lockhart, Dwain McClard, Martin Wells, James Overby, Jackie Thorn, David Reed and Ronald Pace. We elected Ruth Bagwell and Bobbie Faye Clark as cheerleaders from our class. We presented the play, "A Pair of Country Kids". We enjoyed our Junior-Senior trip to Mammoth Cave. SENIOR ........ "Dignified, but Dangerous" Now, as the day we have looked forward to draws near, we have twenty-six "Dignified Seniors" enrolled in our class. We are proud to say that we have the largest Senior class to graduate since Almo school first started. This year the following students did not return: George Compton, James Overby, Derrall Lockhart, David Reed, Eulane Burkeen, Durward Bennett and Jeanne Futrell. We were proud to have Pat Thweatt and Peggy Wilson join our class. Our class officers for the year are as follows: Presi- dent, Henry Towery: Vice-President, Brooks Duncan, Sjecretary-Treasurer, Sue Mathis, Reporter, Dwain Mc- lard. We chose Mr. W. B. Miller as our sponsor. We are re- presented on the basketball team by Jackie Thorn, Dwain McClard, Kelsie Hooks and Ronald Pace. We were proud to have Ruth Bagwell elected as cheerleader for the third time. With the past behind us, the present around us, and the future ahead of us, we twenty-six students say goodbye and thank you to the teachers, janitor, secretary, cooks and bus drivers for all the help they have given us, and to the stu- dent body, "Goodbye, good luck and keep your chin up high, because if we made it, you know you can." 19 5 -:ze amz:-: Elle wappigp :-:sz-: :-2: Class Prophecg It is the year of 1975. Allene Miller and I, Betty Cope, were sitting in our hotel room in the Hawaiian Islands resting from our long journey. As we sat there we talked of the many friends and beautiful sights we saw as we traveled through the United States. When we came through New York the first thing we saw that looked interesting was a large dress shop. We went inside and whom should be the manager, none other than our former schoolmate, Bobbie Faye Clark. She told us that one of her models was another of our friends, Martha Sheppard. She also told us that two more of our friends, Daphene Herndon and Geraldine Wilson, were tak- ing part in the opera singing in New York. Also we were told that Brooks Duncan had become very famous in his piano playing. When we were in Maryland we met Willie Jackson, who was a professor at the University of Maryland, and Jackie Thorn, who was their basketball coach. Jackie told us Dwain McClard was coach at Murray State College. The next morning we took a plane to Texas. Before our take off we met the pilot, who was Asher Jones, and the stewardess, his wife, Fannie Scott. We were glad to meet them because they were also our classmatesg however, we didn't think it was safe with Asher as pilot. Fannie told us Marvin Scott and his wife were owners of the largest farm in Kentucky. After we were in Texas, we saw a sign which said, "Come visit the largest oil well in the world". When we met the owner, we were very much surprised to find it was Harold "Speedy" Jones, another classmate. Speedy told us Jerry Edwards was manager of a large circus and Joe Pat Thvggatt had become the champion hot rod driver of the wor . -2:-za :-zz-as-z warrior sm:-: zz-2' Class Prophecy After we were in Texas a few days, we continued our trip to California. One night while we were watching television, the face of another familiar classmate, Ronald Pace, appeared be- fore our eyes as the world's greatest news reporter. We decided, after seeing Ronald on T. V., to visit him. He told us Henry Towery was president of a large club which exist- ed in Florida, and that Larry Dumas was planning to be a movie star. We also met Ruth Bagwell, who had become a Home Economics teacher at the University of Kentucky, and was also on vacation. She told us that Darrell Mitchell was owner of a large orange grove near Miami, Florida. It was then time for our ship to leave for Hawaii. When we boarded the ship, we found the Captain none other than our former friend, Gene Ernstberger. While on the ship we met Kelsie Hooks, who was also on his way to Hawaii, on business. He told us he was the owner and manager of a large cattle ranch in Texas. After we reached shore we went to a hotel which was owned by Gerald Smith, also our former classmate. That night we went to a party where we met Sue Mathis. She told us she was a nurse at the big hospital. Sue had the next day off so she took us to spend the day with Peggy Wilson, her husband and two children. Peggy was a very happy housewife. The next day we started out looking for a job. We happened to have very good luck. The first day we got a job in the largest office on the Hawaiian Islands. Betty Cope Allene Miller 19 r' -2:-z f- :z-:zzz-: Ulm wappigp :-zz-:sz -2 Senior Class Will I, Peggy Wilson, will my ability to catch a husband to June Sheppard. I, Daphene Herndon, will my ability to use "fifty cent" words to Daniel Pritchett. I, Sue Mathis, leave my giggles floating here and there to make life cheery when I am gone. I, Dwain McClard, Will my ability to go with the girls to Jerry Roberts, since he is a girl hater. I, Allene Miller, will my ability to tell stories in the study hall to Janice Jones. I, Kelsie Hooks, will my ability to say, "I don't believe I know that one", in history class to Clifton Edwards. I, Willie Jackson, will my ability to make good grades to Donnie Burkeen hoping someday he will finish school. I, Betty Cope, will my ability to write the Senior Class Prophecy to Sue Morrison. I, Jackie Thorn, will my ability to be captain of the basketball team to Charles McCustion. I, Joe Pat Thvveatt, leave many friends behind as I leave old Almo High. I, Marvin Scott, will my ability to get married to Gene Herndon. I, Ronald Pace, Will my short hair cut to Jerry Arte- berry, so he Won't have to borrow mirrors from the girls. I, Larry Dumas, Will my money to Tommie Reeves, so that he Will not bum cigarettes While he plays on the basketball squad. 0 o -:ze :amz wappigp :-me: z-zz Senior Class Will I, Gene Ernstberger, leave, but take everything with me because I couldn't get along Without it, and besides, who would want it. I, Jerry Edwards, will my natural curly hair to Paul Fldmonds, hoping it brings him as much popularity as it id me. I, Geraldine Wilson, leave my special seat in the office to Bob Parrish, knowing he will use it often. We, Harold Jones and Henry Towery, leave our ability to get along with as little effort possible to all who are that lazy. I, Asher Jones, leave my history book to Mr. Roberts to use for fuel. I, Gerald Smith, will my ability to skip study halls to Larry Woodall. I, Brooks Duncan, will my ability to grow a mustache to Dan Hale, knowing it will add as much to his good looks as it does to mine. I, Darrell Mitchell, will my ability to sleep in agricul- ture to Jerry Starks. We, Martha Sheppard and Fannie Scott, leave hoping we haven't completely destroyed the faith of those who believe there are "dignified" Seniors. I, Ruth Bagwell, will my ability to "gripe" about going fast in a car fwhile enjoying itJ to Gail Tucker. I, Bobbie Faye Clark, author of this document, leave my sympathy to the next moron who accepts this job. :-:az-: Zhe wappigp :-:z-:ze Our Alma Maier Almo High, our second home From which We'll soon departg We'1l leave these silent halls some day But it will live on in our hearts. With morals as strong as Gibraltar Our dear ole school stands highg We're proud of Almo High School Its spirit shall never die. To you ole Almo High School Our highest praises gog You've shared our joys and heart-breaks That, you must surely know. As the years go by and We advance Down the road of fameg We'll think about Almo High And live up to her name. Larry Dumas Peggy Wilson N 'fx "CWA A 'V- w Y 5 ,- fig? 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Fifth Row - Shirley Lovett, J eanetta Herndon, Lereece Arnold, Barbara Edmonds and J eannene Garrison. ll L 9 vs, JUNIOIIQS fm gi-ff a XM 1 ,fn X' INV , ' ,, . ' Q! 1 ' , uw' W ' ' 5 459 1' i 3 R Af' V W 7? '--'ff1.'f:f: v'--EQ T wWT i'f ' RI hx '42 bi L A I H I HMAW' . Lei- . "F Air: 1 'f 4-I "'- ' K n""'.f . n. x 'Q - , .M . f- , , iw- Q WMD X N-N. . X -1 ' iz. 'l" i ' ': Qi ,- ' A-Q ,Qs if 5-'B Q : 2-:sm wappigp :-zz-zz zz-2: Junior Class Hisiorg President ......,..,....... .....,... C harles McCuistion Vice-President ........, .............. D onald Burkeen Secretary ............................... .......... ........ B o b Parrish Reporter ...............................,........................................... Mary Boyd We enrolled as Freshmen in the year '51, There Were thirty-nine of us with high hopes for the future. Those dropping out during the year were Joe Pat Jones, Sammy Pucket, Mark Ramsey, Charles Haley, Nelson Garland, James Duncan, Gene Starks, Shirley Duncan and Beverly Robertson. We elected Mrs. Ruby Miller as our sponsor. Barbara Tucker was elected cheerleader. We presented the play, "Mother Mine". At the beginning of our Sophomore year the following students did not return: Shirley Tucker and Carol Little. Representing us on the ball team Were Daniel Pritchett, Eugene Herndon and Charles McCuistion. We were proud to have Barbara Tucker elected cheerleader. Joyce Bizzell and Mary Boyd were elected as alternate cheerleaders. Mr. D. J. Miller was elected as our sponsor. This year We have twenty-six Jolly Juniors enrolled. We were very sorry that Julia Mae Torn and Barbara Tucker did not return. Lereece Arnold quit school and moved to Florida during the first semester. Threessa Overby and J eannene Garrison quit school to get married. We were represented on the ball team by Daniel Pritchett, Charles McCuistion, Eugene Herndon. Joyce Bizzell and Mary Boyd were elected as cheerleaders. We elected Mr. Milton Walston as our class sponsor. We are looking forward to a happy Senior year. I 0, zf Y IF :J xqi . . :. Q :'IOtn,,l1IL' f iv!! If 4 I l I' I so ososopoooo Q or 0 goopqo 090 -.e -.- - ' ..-..-A..-..'..62'2t-. 2 she wappgop ...... .-.. Sophomore Class History We entered high school as Freshmen in 1953. We were honored to have the largest number of Freshmen to enroll up until that year. We had twenty-eight girls and twenty- eight boys, but some dropped out before the year was over. We welcomed Melvin Smith from Kirksey. We started our Sophomore year August 23, 1954. Forty-three students started in this class, but Melvin Smith, Rex Donelson and Dorothy Bazzell dropped out. We gained Geraldine Outland from Murray High. Jerry Roberts, Charles Roberts, Clifton Edwards, J. C. Collins, Earl Phillips, Thomas Reeves and Bobby Pritchett went out for basketball. SOPHOMORES First Row -- Ann Roberts. Second Row - Gloria Mitts, Edward Walston, Mozell Miller, Charles Roberts, Joy McKinny and Linda West. Third Row - Bobby Pritchett, Sally Lovett, Thomas Reeves, Janice Jones, Earl Phillips and Betty Steele. Fourth Row -- Glenda Elkins, Charles Peeler, lla Hopkins, Owen Morrison, Jean Graham and Janice Arteberry. Fifth Row if Glen Morris, June Copeland, Bobby Johnston, LaVanda Collins, Ronald Hopkins, Lara Jean Barnett. Sixth Row - Ola Mae Burkeen, Dan Hale, Gertrude Bogard, Clifton Edwards, Shirley Bennett, Doris Stewart. Seventh Row - Deloris Parrish, Jerry Roberts, Daytha Jackson, Jerry Arteberry, Emma Lou Roberts, J. C. Co ins. Sf Som-1 om 012123 Q' a E . x 4 -5' , G -3 H g -1 Q' I 7 Q , ""A if, 'F if xy. I 'f '- H S x . A x ' , N., , 3 in 45 . W 1 I 6 AQ ' w ' . X f x f Q 41343. .. 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The follow- ing boys represent our class in basketball: Ted Lovett, Johney Garland, Joe Ed Pritchett and Donald Thorn. At the close of the first semester we lost Kay Hopkins, Sue Cavill and Edd Manness. We gained two new students, Donald Cleaver and Martha Hamilton. FRESHMEN First Row - Myrna Hargis, Ralph Hill and Kay Hopkins. Second Row - Paul Edmonds, Linda Nance, Johney Gar- land, Patty Valentine, Billy Joe Lovett, Gail Tucker and Jerry Hopkins. Third Row - Inez Todd, Ted Lovett, Wanda Taylor, Kay Childress, June Sheppard, Donald Thorn and Jane Hargis. Fourth Row - Joe Ed Pritchett, Joanne Cope, James Wil- liams, Clara Darnell, Hall Wilkinson, Mariam Puckett and Rex Ramsey. Fifth Row - Elizabeth Edwards, Edward Turner, Sonja Ernstberger, Wanda Falwell, Georgia Newberry, Hicks Wells and Letica Hale. Sixth Row - Glen Hale, Linda Jones, Marshall Gilliam, Janice Towery, L. E. Edmonds, Anna Beth Roberts and Howard Bucy. 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Home 19 Kirksey .......,.................,.. Home 23 Murray Training ..,...... Away December 3 New Concord .......... Away 7 'Benton .......,.....,..,...,....,..... Home 10 North Marshall ........, Away January 7 Lynn Grove ........ Home 11 Benton .,......,..........,...... Away 14 North Marshall ..... .....,.,..,......,,..........,,..,.... H ome 21 Lowes .......,...,..,....,..........,...,..,....,..,......,.,.......,......,.,.. ,.....,. H ome 26-27-28 Calloway Co. Tournament February 4 Hazel .....,.........,....,...,..,.........,.,....,...........,.,......,... Away 5 Salem ......,.......,.....,... Away 8 Brewers ....................... Away 11 New Concord ............... Home 15 Murray High ......,......,...... Away 18 Murray Training ......... Home 25 Kirksey .........,..........................,................................. ....,.... A way March First Week 4th District Tournament ew jfzcizb jew Wzmzlfzf 1: , r- ' -A y, mlxgfx. ,X , ,fx Yfrmzkl Khazfles Lkg .u .u 4 ,. 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Larry Dumas Brooks Duncan Betty Cope Allene Miller Geraldine Wilson Flirtiest Boy .,....,...., .................. H icks Wells Quietest Girl ........,.. .A......... J anice Jones The Stooge .,........, .,....,...,., J ackie Thorn The Wolf .,.......y..,.. ..r....,,., W illie Jackson Night Owls .,......... ........y D arrell Mitchell Dwain McClard The Comedian ,........... ........... . . Kelsie Hooks The Straw Boss , A.......,... ,.e,.....,.... M ilton Walston The Mighty Midgets ,....... ,....... M ary Ann Boyd Larry Woodall Teacher's Pet ...e... ..,,..,,........., ....... . . . Ronald Pace The Most Polite Girl .,...,..,.. ..,....,. M artha Sheppard The Most Polite Boy ......,..... .....4.,.... . .. Jerry Roberts The Woman Hater ,........ Mastermind ....,4..,..,............ Bookworm ,..,.,.................. The Baby ...,........,....,.,r Gum Chewer .L ...... .. Daydreamer ......er The Grouch ...,...,.. Old Maid ,... .....,....e. Most Ambitious ...,...... Best N atured ,.............., Man of Muscle ................. The Heart Breaker ........... ...., Most Bashful Boy .,,..... Cutest Couple .....,,....... Loneliest Person ............ Daniel Pritchett Marvin Scott Harold Jones Jerry Edwards Myrtle Mathis Shirley Lovett Emma Lou Roberts Fannie Scott Ruth Bagwell Lacy Reeves Don Burkeen . i.,.,....r..... Linda Nance Donald Ray Thorn Mary Ann Boyd Charles McCuistion Oretha Witty o Q LX I " 'Lwflffll ' ,as-LA MA' of! Q l 01 ' I NX 1 I ' Q." N f"."'iw Ivg' . I lf L if '- Gi! no no Q cone s so you E 3 19 n:'oo'o:'o ' .9 ' ' s55o:'os':: avec: Compliments of BOATWRIGHT 8: CO. Wholesale Groceries Murray, Kentucky NATIONAL STORES CORPORATION Guaranteed Lower Prices" Everything To Wear For All The Family Murray, Kentucky warrior P22-22 For All Your Insurance Needs THE MURRAY INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 601 Murray, Kentucky sqpog osasc LINDSEY'S JEWELERS Murray and Mayfield 'c as -99 qpog sooo o a o o noob 0 4 0.043 1.9 wi' "-M222 ' ' he warrzor Q ' H N '- Compliments of TRIANGLE INN Warden Gilbert, Owner Murray, Kentucky SHIRLEY FLORISTS Compliments of Flowers For A11 Occasions MCCUISTONS GROCERY Phone 188 Highway 641 Murray, Kentucky Phone 788-J o oo Q Q as so oo 4 o oo ov 4 o ana 32. 26- 3 "2 'S ' ' 4 Q 4 A 0 o o 0 dos "7- QC. I9 sz:-..-.:-zz z-zz-:sz ghe warrior :-zz-zz-zz The Cream Bucket Ice Cream - - Malts - - Sundaes Those Delicious J effy Pups Two Miles East of Murray On Cadiz Road G. Lovins - - C. Blalock Compliments of MURRAY THEATERS Murray, Kentucky THE J. H. CHURCHILL FUNERAL HOME Ronald W. Churchill, Owner The House of Service Since 1886 Phone 7 Murray, Ky. Compliments of ELLIS POPCORN 12th and Chestnut St. Murray, Kentucky PARKER FOOD MARKET Always More Food For Less Money MURRAY PAINT AND WALL PAPER Phone 232 Murray, Kentucky JG, 0,0 GRAHAM - JACKSON Curlee Clothes Stetson Hats Jarman Shoes Arrow Shirts :E T 1 nopn Q o on oo o on un o o Q Q s o o 4905 19 Woes so so o ooo ooo ink Stas 02.00 ' Q so Q own PEOPLES BANK OF MURRAY. KENTUCKY H. Glen Doran, Exec. Vice President Carl B. Kingings, Vice President Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation C omplliments of IMES STORE Compliments of ' Phone 952-5 DR. R. M. MASON Almo, Kentucky +4 xc:-' .. . 2 ' '.: " ' . 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Benton, Kentucky Littletons Connie and Jacqueline Shoes Vanity Fair Underwear Betty Rose Coats and Suits Murray, Kentucky LAMPKIN S MOTGR SALES New and Used Cars and Trucks 504 North Main Benton, Kentucky DAIRY QUEEN Cone With The Curl On The Top 1303 West Main Street Murray, Kentucky MAX H. CHURCHILL FUNERAL HOME "The Friendly Funeral Home" Phone 98 311 North 4th Street Murray, Kentucky MURRAY MOTORS, INC Phone 170 605 West Main Street Murray, Kentucky c 9, I :-zz-: Compliments of BELK - SETTLE COMPANY e wappigp :-zz-2:4 za:-:za BILLIES LUNCH Pit Bar-B-Q Best Hamburgers Home Made Pies and Chilli Highway 641 Phone 1610 Dexter, Kentucky 'Live Better For Less" KROGER COMPANY Murray, Kentucky RYAN'S SHOE STORE Ryan's Shoes Murray, Kentucky LUCUS SHOE SHOP Quality Work Shoes and Boots At A Reasonable Price J. T. WALLIS AND SON Groceries - Hardware River Fish Smoked Country Ham Feeds Compliments of JONES GROCERY Highway 641 Dexter, Kentucky MARTIN OIL CO. Gas For Less East Main Street Murray, Kentucky -2: -. 2 a+ I9 sz: :-zz-: Elle "Your Friendly Norge Dealer" ECONOMY HARDWARE AND SUPPLY STORE Compliments of GARRISON'S GROCERY B. W. Garrison, Owner Almo, Kentucky CORN - AUSTIN CO. "Where Men Trade" Hyde Park Suits Freeman Shoes Dobbs Hats Murray, Kentucky MURRAY COAL AND ICE CO. Phone 64 Murray, Kentucky wappigp sea:-zz 'sez- FURCHES - JEWELRY East of Square Murray, Kentucky REFUS TABERS UPHOLSTRY SHOP 307 North 4th Street Murray, Kentucky Compliments of WALLIS DRUG STORE Whe Have It - We Will Get It Or It Can't Be Had Compliments of JONES CLEANERS Murray, Kentucky ze:-:': . ' .... . ' ' '-zz-: Ulm warrior :-zz-zz. :zzz . : :me BANK OF MURRAY Deposits Guaranteed Up To 310,000 By F. D. I. C. 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Pullorium Clean Quality Chicks Murray, Kentucky c 94' .9 -4- z-zz-mrs:-:z-z:-z -:zaazzbz warrior :-:z-:z-z 4 PHILLIPS SERVICE STATION Ashland Products TRIPPS GROCERY Shell Gas and Oil Cliff Edwards Groceries Tommy Mitchell Owners and Operators A11T10 H6i2'h'CS Phone 4444 Benton, Ky. PURDOMS, INC. Hardware - Furniture Appliances - Stoves JEFFERYS Gifts ' Luggage Murray, Kentucky We Service What We Sell Cleaners and Processors of Field Seeds Warren Seed Company lst and Poplar Streets Murray, Kentucky Compliments of Calloway County Lumber Co. Phone 72 Murray, Kentucky 04909090 -5C -2 :Q ' 'o so Q5 ion 'Q Qi, o 0 ::-:z-: wappigp z-2:-zz zz-: School Days Are Happy Days Remember Them With Photographs and this Photo Annual By SPIETH STUDIO 222 North Poplar Street Dial 3641 Centralia, Illinois BENTON ROLLER RIN K City Park Benton, Kentucky For Health's Sake, Roller Skate Compliments of MURRAY BAIT CO. Compliments of JAMES M. LASSITER I 242 '95- I9 rx:-rs:-: SG. 'J 03 4 .... 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