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WE THANK YOU THAT YOU'VE COME TONIGHT,
SOME TRAVELED MANY MILES
WETVE TOOK OURSELVES BACK MANY YEARS,
THERE'S BEEN LOTS AND LOTS OF SMILES.
WE'VE ALL HAD BASICALLY HAPPY LIVES,
AND YES THERE'S BEEN SOME TEARS.
BUT THROUGH IT ALL WE'VE MADE IT,
TO CELEBRATE 35 YEARS.
WE'VE REMEMBERED THOSE WHO ARE NOT WITH US,
THOUGH THEY'LL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEART.
THEY CONTRIBUTED MUCH TO OUR SCHOOL SPIRIT,
THEY WERE SPECIAL FROM THE START. '
WE'VE FELT OUR CLASS WAS DIFFERENT,
OUR CLOSENESS WAS UNIQUE.
NOW WE'VE GATHERED AFTER 35 YEARS,
TO CHECK EACH ONE'S PHYSIQUE.
AND YES WE'VE SEEN SOME SILVER THREADS AMONG THE GOLD,
BUT ONE COMPENSATION IS GRANDCHILDREN TO HAVE 8 TO HOLD
LET'S ALL REMEMBER THE GREAT TIMES,
IN OUR LITTLE RED SCHOOL.
WHERE THE LAWN STAYED COVERED WITH STICKS
WRITTEN BY A CLASSMATE AND
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ALWAYS REMEMBER YOUR SPECIAL CLASS OF '56.
ALMO HIGH SCHOOL
1956 - 1991
M.S.U. CURRIS CENTER
JULY 20, 1991
6:00 - 7:00
MISS LORENE FA LWELI.
To Miss Lorene Falwell, who has served us
faithfully for six years as secretary, we proudly
dedicate this annual. We have been greatly in-
spired by her patience and devotion to her work.
She is one of our favorite members of the staff.
We hope she will remain at Almo, long after we
MRS. RAYMOND WRATHER
MRS. TELLUS MCDOUGAL
MRS. BURR WALDROP
MRS. HURON REDDEN
MRS. NED NANCE
MRS, R.A. JOHNSTON
MRS. BERTIE HOWTON
7th and 8th Grade
MRS. T.G. LILLY
MRS. MYRTLE JONES
MRS . OBERA MILLER
MR. D.J . MILLER
MR. MILTON WALSTON
MR. N.P. PASC HELL
MR. W,B. MILLER
MISS LORENE FALWELL
Sec re tary
TO THE GRADUATING CLASS
The time of your graduation draws near. It seems just yesterday
that you enrolled as Freshmen in Almo school. We, the faculty, hate
to see you go, because it represents the passing of another fine group
of young men and young women from our midst. We are proud to have
had the opportunity of working with you, and we shall watch your en-
deavors in life with an anxiousness in our hearts, for if you fail in those
endeavors, then a part of us will fail too.
The word Commencement means beginning. We hope your general
education at Almo school will be a stepping stone for you to greater
educational achievements, We hope that many of you will take ad-
vantage of the fine Colleges and Universities that the grand old State
of Kentucky has provided for you.
As you leave us, we wish you Godspeed, the best of everything in
life, and ask thatyou retain those qualities of loyalty, truthfulness, and
integrity that you have revealed to us during your school years.
, f iff' ' V ry
Man is like a tack, useful if he has a good head
on him and is pointed in the right direction. But
even though he is driven, he can go only as far
as his head will let him.
EUGENE HERNDON F.F.A. 52-
56g Class President 55-563
Sportsman Club 52-53g Pep
Club 54-56g Basketball 52-56g
Plays "Mother Mine " 52-53,
"Sitting Pretty" 54-55g Business
Manager Warrior Staffg Presi-
dent F.F.A. 55-56.
SHIRLEY LOVETT Member F ROBERT EARL HENDERSON F
H.A.52-565 Vice-President55 F A 52 56 Conservation Club
56g ABC Club 54-55g Pep Club 52 55 Typist on Warrior Staff
54-56g Plays "Sitting Pretty
54-553 Editor of Annual.
JOYCE ELAINE BIZZELL F.H.A.
52-56g Song Le a d e r 53-545
Secretary 55-56g Girls Chorus
52-56: ABC Club 54-555
Cheerleader 54-56: Plays
"Mother Mine" 52-53, "Sitting
Pretty" 54-553 Associate Editor
SINDIN ROBERT JOBS Trans IEANNENE GARRISON NICHOLS
ferred from Lutheran school in F H A 52 56 Recreat1onLead
St. Louis to Almo in 1955 er 53 54 Treasurer 55 56
Member of F.F.A,55-56: Vice Girls Chorus 52 56 ABC Club
Pre sid e n t ofPep Club 55-56 54 55 PSD Club 54 55 SHED
Poet on Warrior Staff, shot Editor on Warrior Staff
IEANETTA GREY HERNDON F. PAT IOHNSTON F.F.A. 51-56g MARTHA SUE PARRISH F.H.A.
H.A. 52-56g ABC Club 53-54g Secretary 53-543 Conservation 52-56g ABC Club 54-55: Pep
Pep Club 54-56: Poet on War- Club 53-54g Plays "Sitting Pret- Club 54-56g Class Secretary and
rior Staff. ty" 54-555 Typist on Warrior Treasurer 55-565 Snapshot Edi-
Staff. tor on Warrior Staff.
MYRTLE LOUISE MATHIS F.H.
A. 52-56g ABC Club 54-55g
Class Reporter 53-54g Class
Secretary 52-53g Pep Club 55-
56g Historian on Warrior Staff.
D A NIE L PRITCHETT F.F.A.
52-563 Sportsman Club 52-533
PepClub 52-53,55-56g Basket-
ball 52-56g Plays "Mother
Mine" 52-53g Sports Editor on
SHIRLEY SUE MORRISON F.H.
A.52-55g ABC Club 54-55g Pep
Club 54-565 Prophet on Warrior
MARJORIE WILKINSON F.H.A.
52-563 Parliamentarian 55-56g
Girls Chorus 52-54g ABC Club
54-55g Pep Club 54-56g Plays
"Mother Mine" 52-53, "Sitting
Pretty" 54-55g Typist on War-
LARRY WAYNE WOODALL F.
F.A. 52-56g Treasurer 53-541
Pep Club 54-56g Treasurer of
Class 52-53g Vice-President
55-56g Plays "Mother Mine"
52-53, "Sitting Pretty" 54-55g
Historian of Warrior Staff.
BOB PARRISH F.F.A. 52-56g
Treasurer 55-563 Conservation
Club 53-54g ABC Club 54-555
Pep Club 53-565 Treasurer of
Class 54-55g Plays "Sitting
Pretty"g Prophet on Warrior
DURWARD BENNETT F.F.A. ORETHA WITTY F.H.A. 52- 'BARBARA EDMONDS F.H.A.
51-52-54, 55 - 563 Basketball 55g Recreation Leader 54-55g 52-55: PSP Club 55-56: POC!
51-52: Pr ophe t on Warrior Pep Club 54-56g Plays "Mother on Warrior Staff.
Staff. Mine" 52-53g Snapshot Editor
on Warrior Staff.
MAUDIE CARR STEEN F.H.A.
52-56g Treasurer 54-555 Girls
Chorus 52-565 Pep Club 54-56g
ABC Club 54-55g Secretary of
ABC Club 54-55g 4H Club 52-
56g Secretary and Treasurer of
4H Club 55-565 Class Reporter
55-56: Plays "Sitting Pretty"
54-553 Snapshot Editor on War-
DONALD BURKEEN F.F.A. 52-
56g Pep Club 54-56g President
of Pep Club 55-56g Conserva-
tion Club 54-56g President of
Conservation Club 55-56g Plays
"Sitting Pretty" 54-55g Business
Manager of Warrior Staff.
SHIRLEY TURNER F.H.A. 52-
55g Pep Club 54-56g Typist on
CLASS OFFICERS: SUE PARRISH, BOB PARRISH, LARRY WOODALL AND
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WE GRAVE AND REVEREND SENTORS
We grave and reverend Seniors,
Who thought the years so slow
We spent in acquisition
Of things we had to know,
Are filled with wild excitement,
At last the goal is won.
We gaze in admiration
Upon the work we've done.
The courses we have taken,
The stiff exams. we've passed
Would indicate intelligenceg
With wonder we're aghast.
The faculty, they tell us,
Are equally surprised,
For when they found us passing
They scarce believed their eyes.
Perhaps it was their wisdom
That dragged us up the grade,
And so we're saying, "Thank you,"
For good advice and aid.
How often we have counted
The time till holidays,
And wished the hours were shorter
In education's ways!
But now we may discover
What old folks say is true:
Life's working day is lengthy,
And holidays are few.
Still armed with high endeavor
We'll meet fate with a smile
And strive with hearts undaunted,
Remembering the while
That life, despite misfortune,
Is but adventure gay,
And Death's friend that gives us
A last long holiday.
Sid Jobs-Jeanetta Herndon-Barbara Edmonds
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It is the year of 1990. Bob Parrish and I, Sue Morrison are leaving
home to sail over the seas as missionaries to the heathen Chinese.
As we travel through the United States on our way to meet our ship,
we meet many of our old friends from Alrno High.
We stop to make a phone call and find the telephone operators to be
Joyce Bizzle and Shirley Lovett, two of our classmates. We had lunch
with the girls and they told us that Myrtle Mathis is mistress of an orphans
home in the same city.
When we got on our plane at San Francisco who do you think was pi-
lot? None other than our old classmate Donald "Myrt" Burkeen. As we
talked with Donald he told us that Larry "Birdbrain" Woodall and Daniel
the "Broken-nosed reindeer" Pritchett were the leading stars on the
When our plane landed in Honolulu we saw a familiar looking fellow
and it was Durward "Dagwood" Bennett. Durward told us that he was a
private detective and that Robert Henderson had married the famous
Hawaiian dancer Sue Parrish.
As we continued ourjourney, Bob took a cold and went to the hospital
for medicine and found the elevator girl to be Jeanetta Herndon. Jean-
etta told Bob that Jeannene Nichols and her husband had been trying to
inventachewing gum that would not pop. Jeanetta also said that Maudie
Steen and her husband were living in Alaska with their twin boys and old
pet hen. .
When we arrived in Singapore we found Sid Jobs plowing rice with a
water buffalo. Sid told us that Barbara Edmonds was operating abeauty
shop in the city and that she had developed a formula for curling the toe
We went into a large restaurant to eat. We found the owner to be
Oretha Witty and her chief cook to be Pat Johnston. She says the only
trouble that she has with Pat is that he sleeps while he cooks. While we
are eating we notice a newspaper by us, and upon glancing at it, we see
that the President of the United States is having a vacation down on his
farm in Almo, Ky. The President of the United States is none other than
"Herman Herndon" a former class mate.
As we leave Singapore on the last lap of our journey, we notice that
the world's heavy weight rice eating contest is coming up soon between
World's Champion Shirley Turner and Challenger Marjorie Wilkinson,
two more of our old class mates.
As Bob and I thought of the days gone by, we wondered what the next
thirty-five years would bring, and we had lots to talk about.
Sue Morrison--Bob Parrish
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
We enrolled as Freshmen rn the year 52 There were thrrty mne of us Those dropprng out durrng
the year were Joe Pat Jones Sammy Puckett Mark Ramsey Charles Haley Nelson Garland James
Duncan Gene Starks Shrrley Duncan and Beverly Robertson We elected Mrs Ruby Mrller as our
sponsor Barbara Tucker was elected cheerleader We presented the play Mother Mme
At the begrnnrng of our Sophomore year the followrng students drd not return Shrrley Tucker and
Carol Lrttle Those representmg us on the ball team were Danrel Prrchett Eugene Herndon and
Charles MCCUISIOH Barbara Tucker was elected cheerleader and Joyce Brzzell and Mary Boyd served
as alternate cheerleaders Mr D J Mrller was elected as our sponsor
Our Junror Year we had twenty srx Jolly Iumors enrolled We were sorry to lose Iulra Mae Thorn
and Barbara Tucker Lereece Arnold qurt school and moved to I-'lorrda durrng the frrst semester
Threessa Overby and Jeanene Garrrson qurt school to get marr1ed We were represented on the ball
team by Damel Prrcheet Gene Herndon and Charles McCu1ston Joyce Brzzell and Mary Boyd were
elected cheerleaders We elected Mr Mrlton Walston as our sponsor We presented the play Srttmg
Fmally we have made the grade and are Senrors at last The days we have looked forward to for so
long are drawrng near We have twenty enrolled We were sorry to lose Charles MCCUISIIOH and Mary
Boyd McCu1st1on We were glad to have Jeanene Garrrson Nrchols to return Those dropprng out
durrng the frrst semester were Jerry Jackson and Wrllram Cothran who are now servrng rn the U S
Army Also Jerry Starks and Maudre Steen dropped out
We elected as class offrcers presrdent Eugene Herndon, Vrce presrdent Don Burkeen Sec Treas
Sue Parrrsh and Reporter Jeanene Nrchols We chose Mr W B Mrller as our sponsor wrth Mrs Obera
Mrller assrstrng htm rn drrectrng our play
Those representmg us on the ball team are Damel Prrchett and Eugene Herndon We are happy
tohave Brg Gene Herman representrng our class as he had been recognxzed as one of the best players
rn west Kentucky and has the hrghesr percentage of scorrng rn the d1str1ct We were glad to have one
of our classmates Joyce Elarne Brzzell elected cheerleader agarn thrs year She has been elected as
captarn of the cheerleaders
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To whom it may concerng
This is to certify that the Senior class of '56, in sane????? mind and memory do hereby leave these
belongings to the people herein named and appoint the Faculty of Almo l-ligh School as the administrator
0 this will.
Signed, Senior Class of 1956
I, Don Burkeen, will my ability to play Santa Claus to Bobby Johnson.
I, Shirley Turner, will my long hair to Marion Puckett, Blond, Red Head or Brunette??????????
I, Larry Woodall, will my ability to aggravate Mrs.Obera Miller in English to Bobby Pritchett.
I, Daniel Pritchett, will my position as captain of the basketball team to Ted Lovett.
I, Ieanetta Herndon,will my brown eyes to Wanda Falwell, hoping it will change her looks for the better.
I, Shirley Lovett, will my ability to go with a coon hunter to Mickie Cavill. ,
I, Bog Parrish, will my seat in the office to Billy Joe Lovett, hoping he gets as much pleasure out of it as
I, Gene Herndon, will my ability to finish school in twelve years to Clifton Edwards.
I, Oretha Witty, after four years of Almo High want to thank all my teachers for those grades that will
enable me to leave. lf it hadn't been for those grades you gave me.??????????
I, Myrtle Mathis, will my small waist line to June Copeland.
I, Joyce Bizzell, willmy rowdy, flirty,crazy mixed up ways to Frances Walston hoping she will liven up
and someday be as full of pep and energy as I am.
I, Jeannene Nichols, will my ability to catch a man and hang on to him to Clara Darnell.
I, Sue Morrison, will all my little curls to the straight headed girls.
I, Barbara Edmonds, will my black ???????? hair and Marilyn Monroe figure to Jane Hargis.
I, Pat Johnston, will my ability to sleep in study hall to Ronald Hopkins.
I, Robert Henderson, will my ability to get a wife to Glenn Hale.
I, Sid Jobs, will my ability not to think, during school hours of course, to Ed. Walston. Also Ed, keep
those shoes shined.
I, Marjorie Wilkinson, will my ability to play hot boogie on the piano to Gertie Bogard, hoping that
someday she will become another Liberace.
I, Durward Bennett, will my successful secret of how to finish school in six easy years to Donald Thorn.
I think he will need it ..........
I, Sue Parrish, will ........ and leave ........ all my happy experiences and pleasant memories
to all the students of Almo High School. I hope your school days will be as happy as mine have been.
GOOD BYE AND GOOD LUCK!
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V Arteberry, Gloria Mitts, SECOND ROW: Owen Morrison, Shirley Bennett, . ' "
g V Laura Barnett, Ola Burkeen, Glenda Elkins. THIRD ROW: Linda West, ,,, .
V V Dan Hale, Donnie Newberry,Ila Hopkins, Mozelle Miller, Daytha Jack- V VV '
,, gg , son,J.W. McCarty. FOURTH ROW: Betty Steele, LaVanda Collins, De- ij? 'Q 'isi I
i' "" ' ,. lores Parrish, Gertrude Bogard, June Copeland, Janice Jones, Bobby Prit- ' :S
VA V f K chett. FIFTH ROW: Jean Graham, Charles Roberts, Jerry Roberts, Jerry
-fs. 3+ ME Arteberry, Doris Stewart , Joy McKinney, Earl Phillips. SIXTH ROW: B ' i
Charles Peeler and Ed. Walston.
Glenda Elkins, J a nic e Arteberry,
Gertrude Bogard and Laura Barnett.
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
We enrolled as "Green Freshmen" in the year '53, We were proud to have twenty-
eight girls and twenty-eight boys enrolled. We were sorry to lose some of our class
mates. Mrs. T.P. Jones was elected as our sponsor. Daytha Jackson was elected cheer-
leader from our class.
Forty-three of the fifty-sik returned in the sophomore year. We were sorry to lose
the following students: Dorothy Bazzell, Melvin Smith, Rex Donelson. We gained Ger-
aldine Outland from Murray High. We were represented on the ball team by Jerry Rob-
erts, Clifton Edwards, J.C. Collins, Earl Phillips, Thomas Reeves and Bobby Pritchett.
We elected Mr. DJ. Miller as our sponsor.
This year we have thirty-seven "Jolly Juniors' enrolled. Ann Roberts did not return,
Geraldine Outland and Sally Lovett dropped out during the first semester. We were
proud to gain a new student J.W. McCarty from Murray High. Representing us on the
ball team are J.W. McCarty, Jerry Roberts, Bobby Pritchett, Thomas Reeves, Charles
Peeler, Earl Phillips, Clifton Edwards and J.C. Collins. Daytha Jac kson was elected
cheerleader from our class. Mr. Milton Walston was elected as our class sponsor.
We are looking forward to becoming dignified seniors.
FIRST ROW: June Shepard, Edward Turner, Wanda Falwell, Jo Ann Coursey, Glenn Hale, Wanda Taylor.
SECOND ROW: Cleo Colson, Linda Burkeen, Euple Wilson, Marshall Gilliam, Sue Travis, Roy Williams,
Betty Roberts. THIRD ROW: Howard Bucy, Myrna Hargis, Billy Joe Lovett, Lutricia Hale, Donald Cleaver,
Sonja Henderson, L.E.Edmonds. FOURTH ROW: Clara Darnell, Marion Puckett, Paul Edmonds, Jane Har-
gis,Ierry Hopkins, Betty Dowdy, Janice Towery, FIFTH ROW: Linda Jones, Ted Lovett, Linda Nance, Kay
Childress, Patty Valentine, Hicks Wells and Robbie Whitney.
STANDING: Linda Nance, Janice Towery,
Wanda Taylor. SEATED: Betty June Roberts
and Jane Hargis.
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
On August 19, 1954 we entered our Freshman year with 48 students.
We elected Mr. N.P, Paschall as our class sponsor. We were very glad tohave Myrna
Hargis and Linda Nance elected cheerleaders and Ted Lovett, Johnny Garland, Jo Ed Prit-
chett and Donald Thorn to represent our class in basketball. Our class offic ers were:
President - Hicks Wells, V. President - Clara Darnell, Reporter - Myrna Hargis, Secre-
tary and Treasurer - Glenn Hale.
During our Freshman year we lost Kay Hopkins, Sue Cavill, Ed Maness, James Wil-
liams and Gail Tucker. We gained a new student, Donald Cleaver.
On August 25, 1955 we entered the Sophomore year with forty in our class. We elect-
ed Mrs. Myrtle Jones as our class sponsor. Our officers are President - Janice Towery, V.
President - Wanda Taylor, Secretary - Jane Hargis, Treasurer - Linda Nance, and Report-
er - Betty June Roberts.
Those who did not return were Inez Todd, Joe Ed Pritchett, Rex Ramsey, Elizabeth
Edwards and Georgie Newberry. Those dropping out in the first semester were Hall Wil-
kinson, Vernie Turner and Charles Carroll. We were happy to gain two new students, Pa-
tricia Snow and Betty Bazzell.
We are proud to have Myrna Hargis and Lutricia Hale elected cheerleader. Clara
Darnell was elected alternate cheerleader. Those representing our class in basketball are
Ted Lovett, Donald Thorn, Howard Bucy and Johnny Garland.
FIRST ROW: Anna Lee, Tommy Lee, Janice Pace, Barbara Burkeen, Larry Hale, Helen Barnett, Barbara
Eldridge. SECOND ROW: Raymond Cope, Myra Woodall, Alberta Miller, Shirley Miller, Billy Mitchell,
Frances Wallace, Dallas Willoughby. THIRD ROW: Geneva Jackson, Joe Garland, Brenda Wiley, Linda
Parrish, Annette Parker,Joe Grogan, Peggy Cleaver. FOURTH ROW: Bernice Byerly, Anna Mary Herndon,
Phyllis Collins, Glenda Brooks Starks, Mary Lee Miller, Linda Gruggett, Harold Ross. FIFTH ROW: Norma
Elkins,Junior Furgerson, Marjorie Duncan, Mickey Cavill, Johnny Ellis, Carolyn Peeler, Frances Walston.
SIXTH ROW: Anna Pearl Hopkins, Phillip Morrison, Joetta Herndon, Shelby Morrison, Joan Fay Williams,
Gerald Walker, Brenda Johnson. SEVENTH ROW: Johnny Burkeen, Clara Hale, Patsy Jones.
FRESHMEN CLASS HISTORY
President ...... . . .Frances Walston
Vice President . . ..... Johnny Ellis
Sec. Sz Treas .............. Margie Duncan
Reporter ............... Brenda Johnson
We started as a group of fifty-three August
twenty-ninth. We were divided into two groups.
We elected our officers and our sponsor, Mr. D.
J. Miller on September first.
Billy Mitchell, Junior Fergurson, Tommy
Lee, and Harold Ross went out for basketball
this year. We were honored to have Sue Williams
elected the Freshmen cheerleader. She and sev-
eral others have stopped school. We now have
forty-five freshmen looking forward to our soph-
- - - 2 4.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
STANDING: Frances Walston, Bren-
da Iohnson. SEATED: Johnny Ellis
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Distributer of Texaco Products
NATIONAL STORES INC.
MIZELL AND COMPANY
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Murray' Ky' Dexter Kentucky
JOHN D. GROGAN
General Merchandise and Trucking
Contractor For Lime,
Crushed Stone and Gravel
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LEDGER 81 TIMES
Betty Rose Coats and Suits
"Flowers for all occasions
"One Stop Service"
1412 W. Main St.
Phone 188 Murray, Ky.
Murray Operated by J. D. and Newman Grog n
R. F. Starks
MURRAY Tile Works
"Where Men Trade"
MARTIN OIL COMPANY
"Gas for less"
East Main Street
Murray MUVVGY KY
Comvlimenfs Of FuRcHE's JEWELRY
SHOE SHOP "Eastside ofSquare"
Murray Murray Ky
GRAHAM - JACKSON Compliments
Curlee Clothes of
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MU,-my FURNITURE COMPANY
Pa rker Food Market Emspopcom Company
Muna l2th and Chestnut St.
Y Murray Ky
of B. W. Garrison
MORRIS GARAGE General Merchandise
Hardin Almo Hights Ky
Day and Night Lunch
"Where friends meet and eat"
For A Fine Automobile Murray
See Marble and Granite Works
D Hugo WI son Ill Maple Street
East Mom MU""GY1 Murray, Ky. Phone l2l
South 2 Street
Murray Motors Inc.
605 West Main
"There's a Ford in your Future" EVERETT'S
Murray, Ky. 5 and 10
Compliments Compliments oj
of Stokes Tractor
wEsT KY. STAGES 'mplimenf C0-
Compliments of Compliments
POPCORN COMPANY FAMILY SHOE STORE
Murray Murray Ky.
STANDARD OIL CO.
PoPcoRN coMPANY P""'1e300
Murray MUYVUY KY
com. AND ICE co. of
"We service what we sell" A
Hardware - Luggage - Gifts
DR. A. D. BUTTERWORTH
A good bank in a good county"
303 East Main Street
B I '
DC:rewBZr Mc DANIELS
Y GENERAL STORE
Milk Shakes - Malts Fresh meats, Vegetables
Bar B Q - Sundaes Ky'
Pafkefis -lewelfi' "The Cream Bucket"
Murray's Oldest Since 'I895 Cadiz Road
Murray Ky. G. Lovins C. Blalock
Compliments of Compliments of
AUTO SUPPLY DRUG STORE
0 wARo - ELKINS
RANDALL PATTERSON "Your Frigidaire Dealer"
Compliments T' HALE
of MOTOR SALE
Cadillac and Oldsmobile
BOB MIL Ky.
Complimemrs Robertson Drive Inn
Of Highway 641
Sundaes - Malts - Shakes
Drinks and Sandwiches
JULIA ANN SHOP
THE SHOP FOR JUNIORS
"Upstairs over Ryan's"
ADAM S Compliments of
"Shoes for the entire family" ER I E TA-I-ION
Phone 'lO6W S V C S
Murray Ky' Murray, Ky. Phone 82
Compliments of Compliments of
BELK - SETTLE
"Murray's Largest ana' Best
Department Store" 5 and 10 Stores
F. B. lllcclml oe me
Dealer in poultry and eggs
Murray, Ky. Phone 849 M 40 MUVVUY
Compliments of Compijiments
Parker Motors SAM CALHOUN
24 hr. Wrecker Service plumbing - Elecfric
Trucks Sales and Service
Murray KY' Phone 1054 Murray, Ky.
Compliments of TOWN and COLLEGE
MOTOR SALES Phone 94
Murray Ky. Murray
C0'nPlime'm of HOLLAND DRUG COMPANY
OUTLAND BAKERY "Where Quality Counts"
Pies - Cakes ' Rolls East Side of Square
Phone 850 MurraY KY-
THE CHERRY'S Gibson Frozen Food Locker
ucifts of Dismwtionu "Home of Hickory Smoked Ham"
MUVVUY KY- Murray, Ky.
C0mPliment-9 of Compliments of
Rowland Refrigeration The
SQ',i,j1Z:: fifggice J. H. Churchill Funeral Home
Murray Ky. MUVVGYI KY'
The photographs in this book
were made by
BANK OF MURRAY
103 N. 5th Street
MOTOR COMPANY WEST KY-
304 South 4th PHONE I607
Murray KY' Benton Road
MURRAY AUTO PARTS L' W' 'MES
Murray Ky. Almo
Colonial Bread Company
Your Meadow Gold Dealer
The Senior Class wishes to express it's
appreciation to all the people who helped
to make this yearbook possible.
Senior Class of I956
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