Anchorage High School - Anchor Yearbook (Anchorage, KY)

 - Class of 1950

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C7 J4Cn.fff,-Q5 45 S78 ,f U ,f 8 7 'fa .nn-4 ' x Y""'1 ,AIQS 3 'R ,j gf - 2 V 1 . . fi +55 4. me LCG tl0l'l ln grateful appreclatson for has untarmg efforts toward rnakung our school the best an the land and for hns devotuon to thas cause and to the students we dedncate thus yearbook to our Supernntendent Mr Clark Atkins Mr Atkms came to Anchorage from Bloommgton Indsana an September 1946 He receuved hrs A B and M S un Education from lndnana Umversnty and lacks only a dussertatuon for hrs Ph D havxng done advance graduate work at lndnana Umversnty and Columbna Teachers College He had wlde experl a teacher an elementary school pruncnpal and a cratlc teacher before onal fraterruty takung over has u He ns a member of Phu Delta Kappa an hon and he us lasted IH Who s Who un Amerucan Educatnon He served overseas an both World Wars At the close of the last war he held the rank of Mayor Mr Atkms hobbues are fnshnng and amateur dramatncs The seniors take thus opportunuty to thank you Mr Atkms for all you have done to make thenr school days so profutable and happy and to wlsh for you many more years of health and happiness 5 !v 0 ll - ll - - - , . . ' I I . ., . . . . , . . ence as , ' ' , ' ' ' ' d ties here. ' ' , orary educati ' , . . . , . . . . , . . . . I ' I Lgw 1 A l I H, M l I' x ' ,J . YY? Left to Right: Wally Whitehouse, Sports Editor, Mary Lee Lammers, Art Editor, Dorothy Jarvis, Copy Editor, Pat Norman, Editor-in-Chief, Sue Wetherby, Business Manager, Teddy Phillips, Ad Manager. gcbforiaf ga! l Here is your hard working staff. The Editor-in-Chief's duties are to draw up a suit- able layout, approve all material, and to be re- sponsible for the meeting of all deadlines. Art Editor has to see that all necessary photo- graphs and snapshots are taken and placed prop- erly on the page. She also must do all art work in the book. The main duties of the Ad Manager are to see that enough ads to finance the annual are se- cured and to lay out all ad pages. The Copy Editor sees that all copy is handed in and typed correctly for publication. The Sports Editor is to edit all sport pages and to write a resume of all sport events. The duties of the Business Manager are to keep an accurate record of all persons who have paid for their annual, to see that all money is taken to the office, and to file all money receipts. 0 all X... ,X Mvmllllfm, Q "" I1 m o a voyage th u the pages of the A chor for 1950 Q LV 13' " v al ' Our genial sea captain invites ou to 'oin , Y I I i n r .1 s I H x X i . 6 ' ' 1' Left to right Mr Salas H Brewer Mr Samuel Caldwell Mr Clark Atkins Mr Peter Lanham Jr Chairman Mr Samuel G Tyler Mr Howard M Fer ns Secretary Treasurer Mr Boyce F Martin Sr SADC! ' L FILL. 31" - UMOI' Miss Ewing is the tireless person who is al ities around school She is loved by all for her patience and understanding Without her help and diligence the operation of our school would suffer greatly We do appreciate every thing she does for all of us ulaerin fenclenf Mr. Atkins is well known and well liked by everyone in the school and the community as the capable leader of the Anchorage School. He constantly strives to find new ways to im- prove the school and make school life more interesting and enjoyable for both students and teachers M-Fw """'I 4 . J ' 4 M L . ways hard to find because of her many activ- io HA MRS L F TlNSLEY Vice President MRS Q C MCQULLQCH Treasurer MRS JOHN P CASTLEMAN President MRS WM E VENEMAN Sec,-efary Not Pictured MRS ROBERT HATTON 2nd Vice President The P T A is an organization of the parents and faculty who work together for the benefit of the students Its obgectives are To promote the welfare the standards of home life To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth To bring into closer relation the home and the school that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the child To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest ad vantages In physical mental social and spiritual education ,df fli JJOEJC., Caflmf of children and youth in home, school, church, and community . . . To raise I . I A . . I. . 4 l . I - I I I ' l l e . MR. ROY ADAMS B. S. Morehead State Collegeg Gradu- ate Work from University of Kentuckyg Basketball Coach. yeas. l MRS. ARMEALIA ARMSTRONG A. B. Bowling Green Business Collegep Commercial Subjects, 6lCu MRS ZERA DUVALL BAIRD MRS HELEN DANIEL A B Georgetown College Graduate AB University of Louisville Graduate Work from Umversl Latin and Enqllsh ty of Louisville Work from University of Louisville Spanish and Enqlish 12 12 xl" ani? s MRS. CAROLYN BAILEY Kindergarten Degree at Louisville Nor mal Schoolg Kindergarten. MISS LOUISE DRIESIACI-I A B Ursuline College Sixth Grade fi, .3 'N . . . . 5 . . ' 5 ' ' , - . ' ' I 7 . J. 'z lflifff may QQ. x ' X. l . MISS BETTY FRAYSURE MR. EMMETT GORANFLO A.B. University of Kentuckyg Libra- B.S. Western State Teachers Collegeg rian. M.A. University of Kentuckyg Foot- MISS KATHRINE HALL AB University of Kentucky Grades land2 11' WK ball, Business Arithmetic, and Physical Ed. GCN t MRS MARY HOUCHIN Louisville Normal School Eastern State Teachers College Grade 8 'Yf 13 Sw.. MISS PEGGY JO GORDON B.M. Ohio Wesleyan University: Mu sic. MRS CHRISTINE HOUGHTON AB Science lv! I Q , x 1' -.L ,V I . ' ...f Q 4' , 59" 'S' S' A if A A I 7 MRS AGNES HORSCHEL MRS. SUE KIMBALL A B Western State College Grade 7 A B Unnversuty of Kentucky Hlstory MRS REBECCA MITCHELL AB DePauw Umverslty Western State College Grades 4 and 5 CLCM MISS VENTRICE MITCHELL AB Western State College Grades 3 and 4 I4 MISS DIXIE LITTLE BS Morehead Teachers College Chemlstry Physics General Science MR WILLT MITCHELL B S Western State College Addr taonal Work at Unuversuty of Wnscon sun Algebra and Physlcal Ed s . ' x b - 1 as xg I' x MRS JANE SCALZO BP MS lndlana Umversu Physucal Ed and Health MRS MARCELLA LARGEN Secretary MRS VIOLET STANIFORD BS Peabody College English f I MRS A J SMITH Taught Hnstory to the Fall of l949 Jfs MRS N G SMITH BS University of Kentucky Add: tlonal Work at Unuverslty of lllmons Lockyears Busmess College Home Economncs 'nv DR A A SHAPER MRS BERTHA SEAMAN School Pl'-ysuclan DHBTICIBYW MRS DIMPLE TUCKER AB Umversuty of North Carolina, Graduate Work at Columbna Umver stty Englush 15 MISS EDITH WOOD AB Muamu Umversuty Mathematucs 1 T, ' f f zf ' ii ' 'alibi Y N .- ' at A 'W' , K t , B.S., , , . . ' ' TY. ' - A - ' ' J 4- ' , , 50, ' ' ' ' 'J nf' 5 'T' N ' A4 I 'F ' QX f S s A 1' ' ' ' IFN 'li C X MISS ELIZABETH EWING MRS HELEN DANIEL Every class has to have a sponsor The sensors are fortunate to have four who are interested, understandmg and wlllmg to help and advnse They help us wuth our prob lems oversee all sensor actuvutnes help to My plan class day and lend theur and and sug gestlons In prmtmg the annual We are very grateful and want to sn cerely thank Mnss Ewmg Mrs Damel Mrs Smith, and Mrs Baird MRS NANCY SMITH MRS zERA BAIRD Uljorlf uv- ,-4 s Our sponsors Iookmg over the layout for the l950 annual 16 f 4 , ax SQ - , ,, . b Vg, . . - . I . A. . y , Q 'yy 1 I I lr not i - ourf 0 0l'l0l' , I af ,.,, 1 ,L FIRST ROW Left to Rught Loss Roe Jane Jackman Sue Wetherby Lucnlle Hoke Mary Lee Lammers Mary Barron SECOND ROW Pat Norman Gerrue Rudy Jean Booker Jean Nantz Opal Keys Edna Rothenburger Vera Geoghegan Dorothy Jarvns THIRD ROW Junuor Pms Wally Whitehouse Allen Felge Lee Tinsley Teddy Phnllnp Jack Russell Marvln Mingus Marlon Flsher Don Mnllure John Lorch 5 Grd FIRST ROW: Peggy Carmack, Bob Schulenberg, Mary Lee Weibel. SECOND ROW: Dougie Sleadd, Anna Lois Steele, Norma Louderback, Doris Rankin, Hazel Yankey, enigrri '4""w"' xsgll l Ol' JJ C015 LIBBY BEAM Se rerary SUE VVETHEPBY T easurer MARVIN MINGUS Vfcep svderur LEE TINSLEY Presfder-t xNK If J ' I C X- g 'Ns , wk f ' r ,. -6 Q ii.: ! ,V rx N fx! 1 I Wx ' ', f E XX I, ' V 'Q xx ' " .ex ,tx 1 '5 5 M yf , i ' K 1 "V--7 4. f x l MARY ALICE BARRON ELIZABETH ANN BEAM ALMA JEAN BOOKER Enfefed A- H. 5- 37 C0Ul'f of HONOI' Entered A. H. S. 45 Annual Staff 45 Entered A. H. S. 35 Court of Honor 35 Science Society 4. Jr. Red Cross 45 Class Office 4, Sec. JO ANN BURKE F H A 3 4 VlcePres 4 T Club 3 fb een Age 4. enzom PEGGY LOIS CARMACK Club l A 3 4 Gen logrcal 2 3 4 Sec 3 Corr Sec Spamsh Club 3 4 Latm Club 2 3 4 Anchor Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 Jr Red Cross 3 4 Dramatucs Club l 3 Teen Age Club 3 4 Grrls A Clubl 2 4 Treas 4 Cheerleader 4 Hockey Team 3 Grrls Basketball Team 2 3 Champnonshrp Soccer Team 2 Chorus l Usher at Graduatron 3 Disc Jockey 4 Letter Girl 3 Thes plans 4 Champuon Volleyball Team 4 'TF' 20 35 F. H. A. 3, 4. ALLEN CHARLES FEIGE Mgr of Football Team 2 Court of Honor3 Boys A Club 3 4 as ketball 2 Student Councul 4 0 4-H 5 F. H. . , 5 ea- ' , , , . , - - 4: ' , 5 A , , : I I - , A , 2. , , . , H H I - I I 1 1 1 4 I 1 . ' ' , I . . I I ' I - I '-Alf.--I - . I .l - i,.,,, IPB- , 1 ' . 1 ' - -4 - 7' -. 1' , T., J' ' - 4,-'1 D ..., dl uhh., 4 5 . J' - , 5 , z Y A fi-I 1 ff , lf' . . ef N X 5. 5 T A f . 5' X xv l I . r 2 QQ 's..., MARION EMANUEL FISHER Jr Sportsman 2 3 Court of Honor 3 Scvence Society 3 4 Spanush Club l 2 3 4 Vice Pres 3 Anchor Staff 3 Annual Staff 3 Teen Age Club 3 4 Treas 4 Radeo 3 Thespuan So cnety 4 Dusc Jockey 4 LUCILLE GREENMAN HOKE Court of Honor 3 F H A 3 4 Span ssh Club 3 4 Anchor Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 Jr Red Cross 3 Dusc Jockey 4 Chorus l 'M-ul 'W' x I VERA MAE GEOGHEGAN Court of Honor 3 F H A 3 4 4 Anchor Staff 3 Home EC Club 2 Sec ell LOF5 ROBERT KEITH HOKE Sportsman l Football 3 4 K 4 -,5-5:1 21 .rf X J' c JACK ALLEN HETTINGER Pres Jr Sportsman l 2 3 4 HERBERT Sportsman K WILLIAM HUDSON 34 'in Q 'ir 1 4 V, K . .. v . , 1' I, ,vi Y Y N IS: 1- fn' 'fif A gmiao 5' f 1251 l 5 ""l'i"V-'F fl 2, 4 . , I , I I ' , , , . ' - . 5 lf I 42- : 1 - , , - 7 ' 2 ' - : ' - 0 : . - . , : - ' , : J z 4 1 ' 1 . Jr, J , . Jr, , . JANE MARIE JACKMAN M r of Hoclfex Tern 4 Qull ang u C 3 Sclen e CIO y rea A nea n t Latun tu 4 An Q nual Stall 4 Red Cro s 3 ra rnatlcs Club 3 Teen Aqe Club 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Homecofn ng Court 3 Class Treas 2 Sec 3 Cbor 4 Dlsc Jockey OPAL LEE KEYS Club 2 Pr 3 Court Honor 3 Beta Club 3 4 Scnence So I y 3 4 Sec 4 Genealogucal S nety 3 4 Jr Red Cross 4 Home EC Club 'T DOROTHY DEAN JARVIS Entered A H S 3 Mgr of Basket ball 4 Co Mgr of Hockey 4 Qu ll Beta Club 3 4 Scuence Soclety 4 Spanash Club 3 4 Vnce Pres 4 An nua Staff lCOpy Ed torl 4 J C o s 3 4 Pres 4 Drama :cs Club 3 Teen Age Club 3 4 Dlsc Jockey Thespnns 4 ep fr Lou r Red Cross Chap 3 4 ell Lord MARY LEE LAMMERS Entered A H S 3 ulll and Scroll 4 Court of Honor 3 Beta Club 3 4 Pres 4 Sclence Soclety 4 Spanlsh Club 3 4 Trcas 4 Annual Staff lArt Edltorl 4 Dramatucs Club 3 Teen Age Club 4 Thespnans 4 Desc Jockey 4 Chorus lAccompamstl 4 I Y u 22 JOSEPH MATTHEW JONES JOHN HILCHEN LORCH portsrnan l 2 Vnce Pres Court of Honor 3 Sclence Soclety 4 Genea logncal Soctety 3 4 Latm C u 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Jr Red Cross 3 Dramatlcs Club 3 Teen Age Club 3 4 Boys A Club4 Cheerleader4 it R x 1 ,J 4 5 . A.. A V . , f- xi v - X .5 ' , 'ff' , V X R, .j..".'fj.i,'1Q, A J . . Q , ' "1 5 I ' . . . 5 . - Scroll 45 Co rt fl-loner 5 C 5 - . 5 i So t 3 4, T Qs 3 F, H , 45 and Scroll 3, 45 Court of Honor 35 Ge 'Cg.cal Ex et A, C' D , 5 ' ' 5 2 3, Trees 2, :bor S.aff 3, 45 ' , , ' - , 5 ' An 1 , Jr 5 5 D - l i 5 r, Red 1 , - V , 5 r S , , . Q tl A 5 , l, , , U5 45 1 5 R . o , J , 5 4, , , , o ,,,5Q' 5 Jr.S ,,3,4,'-- 5 , , 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H , 3, es. 5 of , 5 ' 5 ' J ' A I ' , , - - E , V - I P - 1 b I 'V c'et , 45 F, H. A, 3, , Hist. 3, ' 5 ' 5 - 5 1 - 'Z . 5 OC' , 1 - 5 5 ' Q - ' I 4 lf T - , 4 ' Q- 1- NORMA JANE LOU DERBACK Usher at Graduation 3, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Sec. 4, Teen-Age Club 3, 4, Girls' "A" Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Hockey Team 3, 4, Girls' Basketball Team 2, Championship Soccer Team 2, Cham- pionship Volleyball Team 2, Letter Girl 4. MARVIN ANDREW MINGUS Entered A H S 2 Jr Sportsman 2 3 4 Pres 3 4 Court of Honor 3 Science Society 4 Annual Staff 4 oys ub 2 3 4 Foot Team 2 3 4 Class Officers 2 3 4 P s 2 VPres 3 VPres 4 o s Baseball Team 3 4 Jha- an-M' -V' 1 L . .. 1... - ' I E ,,,., g, - X . L... ,, :f::: I SS ,I R155 5 gg" Tx ' feiibzrliii' 15:':za:,k"52a 5 A 4- :zif":'2' ,hm ,4 . K I I ,,.,tu.s,3 ,s wt 1' x, gb, vfrwiztf-6 1'1!!L'Q' if Q 13.515 1' 1 X f 5 g !'p,n-N ilu.-o , xfL?f:f'5 'X-"V,"i f':'ffv'o 51 If., 6 III 3 , 6 .I ,caf e lu, in SCOTT EMAN UEL MALKIN Jr. Sportsman 2, 3, 4, Science Soci- ety 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Genealogical Society 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Teen- Age Club 3, 4. ZFLLOFJ GEORGE A MORRIS Jr Sportman 2 Annual Staff 4 Teen A e Club 3 Boys A Club 2 3 4 Football Team Homecoming Court 1'5- 23 A 2 DONALD WILSON MILLU RE Mgr, of Basketball Team 4, Jr, Sports- man l, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Court of Honor 3, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 4, Anchor Staff 3, Annual Staff 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Treas. 4, Teen-Age Club 2, 3, 4, Pres, 4, Boys' "A" Club 4, Thespians 4, Band l, Student Council l, Disc Joel:-v 4. JEANE CARNEY NANTZ Court of Honor 3 Beta Club 3 4 4 Spams C Latin Club 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Teen A 9 Club 3 4 Girls A lub 4 Treas 3 Hockey Team 2 Capt 4 Girls Basketball Team 3 4 Championship Soccer Team 3 Letter Girl 2 3 4 o I 1 I - - . : . , F. H. A. 3, 5 'h lub 3, 4, 1 f - 1 I I ' I I I I I I - Q I I , , ,, ,, C , ,, , , , B ' 'A Cl , , , ball , , , - QI 3I I I I I , , J , , , Q 1 ' " " , , : 3, 4, . , ' ' - I . ' . . V9 . , ' - , ' - 1 B Y f 2, , , , . 2, 3. 5 ' I I I 5 A fl I Q T' ' A ' A' . ' f MW . W, ,, 15... f ' " '. . 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K N "5 ff'E:j .'ffg5Il55qT,5Ii I' t ' X 7 V MARY PATRICIA NORMAN Qunll and Scroll 4 Court of Honor 3 FHA 3 4 Genealoglcal Soclety 4 Spanush Club 3 4 Latnn Club I 2 3 4 Anchor Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 Edltorm Chnef 4 Jr Red Cross 3 Dramatrcs Club 3 Gurls A Cub I 2 3 4 Vice Pres 4 Hockey Team 2 3 4 Gnrls Basketball Team 2 3 Champion Soccer Team 3 Champnon Softball Team 2 HI Y 4 Radio 4 Letter Gurl 2 3 4 Home Ec Club I All State Orchestra 2 3 All State Band 4 Chorus I Band I 2 Speech Arts Club I Musuc Festival Sup R ang Fl te Solol 2 3 4 p Rating Plccolo Solol 2 3 4 SAMUEL WALTER PITTS Court of Honor 3 Scuence Socnety 3 Anchor Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 Teen Age Club 3 4 Boys A Club 4 Baseball Team 3 4 Football Team 4 .PQ NJ, f ROBERT FLETCHER OLIVER Jr Sportsmanl 2 3 4 l'l1l10l'5 DORIS ANNE RANKIN Annual Staff 4 Student Councnl 4 Graduatnon Usher 3 fda 24 9 , , 1 i A ,. , "Fi 12,7431 3-. y' 11, it ,pu Nm' 1 CURTIS THEODORE PHILLIPS Entered A H S 2 Jr Sportsman 2 3 Qulll and Scroll 4 Court of Honor 3 Latln Club 2 3 4 Anchor Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 Ad Manager 4 Jr Red Cross 4 Vuce Pres 4 Dramatucs Club 2 Teen Age Club 2 3 4 Boys A Club 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Golf Team 2 3 4 Chorus 3 Radno 2 Baseball 4 EVELYN SCOTT RENEER ursACubI234Hoc Team 2 3 4 Gnrls Basketball 2 3 Champuon Volleyball 3 Champion Softball 3 Student Councnl 4 Letter Girl 3 Y7 1 KT - 1 1 - 1 1 1 . . . . 5 . , . . . , , , 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 5 1 1 1 1 , I , - ' 1 - 1 1 - , 5 . . . 1 11 11 I , , ' l - I I I . . 11 11 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 , , 5 . 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" 1 ' ' 1-. -ev R ar ' 4 1. .f 1 1 ,.. .N- as-ix - , 11 'ffl'-' sv, - J ' I ' fe. , , 11-'ff' . 2 ' A I . - r, 1-4 , ,1 MARTHA LOIS ROE Court of Honor 3 Beta Club 3 4 Spam h Club 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Jr Red Cross 4 Dramatlcs Club 2 JOHN FULLER RUSSELL Entered A H S 2 Court of Honor 3 Science Socnety 4 Genealogucal So cnety 2 3 4 Spanish Club 2 3 4 Presudent 4 Annual Staff 4 Teen Age Club 4 Football Team 2 Radno 4 Baseball Team 3 4 Thespnan 4 Dnsc Jockey 4 Speech Arts Club 2 SRETNQA Q if-7 EDNA LOUISE ROTHENBURGER GERALDINE RUDY Court of Honor 3 F H A 3 4 Sec Court of Honor 3 FHA 3 4 Treas 3 Reporter4 Anchor Staff 3 Annual 4 Dramatacs Club 3 Staff 4 Jr Red Cross 4 nwrd l M' ff il Vu ROBERT GREGORY SCHULENBURG Entered A H S 2 Anchor Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 Teen Age Club 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Head Usher at Grad uatnon 3 1-is 25 JOHN ARTHUR SCHULTZ J Sportsman 4 Football Team I I , Q I . . . , , . 1 1 1 , , 'S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . , . fat' M jf ll 1 L 1+ v 1 f J A ' "I uv 'iff J f fn , ! .113 JJ' I J ' K A W If . 'Qt ' ' .J l , ' ,' ff f ' fl I A . 4" N J' iff' LA, ,ZIV 5 ' P 'Af' 'Ll' rl . . . , pw af 1 1 ' ' 1 ' - 'f ' 1 1 - . - . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 - I V - I r. 1 ll ,fr X X 1 N. 2 BARBARA ANNE SH IPLEY Entered A H S l Genealoglcal So cnety 3 Spamsh Club l 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Jr Red Cross 2 Dramatucs Club 3 Teen Age Club 3 Chorus 2 All State Chorus 2 3 JOHN THOMAS THORPE Jr Sportsman l Spanush Club 4 Teen Age Club l 2 3 Boys A C u l 2 3 Football Team l 2 3 fncer Pres l Basketball Teaml 2 otball all N C K B etballallN C K C 2 3 t ball all State 3 J 1 lg W HELEN DOUGLAS SLEADD Science Society 3 4 F H A 4 Gen ealoglcal Soclety 3 Spanush Club 3 4 Latm Club l 2 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Jr Red Cross 2 Usher 3 Home Ec Clu l efll0l'5 LEE FRANK TINSLEY JR Mgr Football Team 3 Jr Sportsman 3 4 Natnonal Honor Socnety 3 4 Court of Honor 3 Sclence Socnety 3 Anchor Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Teen AgeClub3 4 B s A Club3 4 Class Offucer 4 Pres 4 Band 2 Boys Baseball Team in ANNA LOIS STEELE F H A 4 Annual Staff 4 Teen Age ub 3 GI ls u Hockey Team 2 3 4 Glrls Basket ball Team 2 3 4 Charnplonshlp Vol leyball Team 3 Letter Glrls 2 3 Softball 2 Home Ec Club l Ushers WILLIAM SCHLUETER VENEMAN Socnety 4 Genealogucal Socnety 4 Latln Club 2 3 4 Anchor Staff 3 Annual Staff 4 Teen Age Club 3 4 Chorus 2 Band l Radio 3 26 Q , 3 ! , v , , ts- K , ' 1 ' , , 1 ' ' 5 ' , 1 Cl J 'f ' "A" Cl b 2, 3, 4: , - b . : ' . : 3. o , . I b . . 1 , , , J ' ' . 4, Track 2, Baseball 2, 35 Class Of' 4, Pres. 4, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Sportsman 3, 4, Sec. 45 Science 3,4:F0 .-.C-2,3,4: ,:0v""' .2 ' ,,z : ask .... , 1 F00 - ' , . 5 1 ' J - , 1 . . 3. J 5 ' . 'E A A R - 1 A 4 , . 'Q - I ' 'Sf T' lf NN l 41 .Q ts MARY LEE WEIBEL DOROTHY LEE WHEELER Science Society 4, F. H. A. 4, Spanish Science 5OCiety 3, 45 F. H. A. 3, 4 u l, 2, 3, 4, Anchor Staff 3, - Teen-Age Club 2, Championship Vol- nual Staff 4, Jr. Red Cross 2 3' Dra- all Team l 2 3' Cho us 3 . matics Club 3' Teen-Age Club 3 4' Chorus 2, Usher at Graduation 4' Radio 4, Disc Jockey 4. WALLACE FRANK WH ITEHOUSE Quill and Scroll 4 Court of Honor 3 Beta Club 3 4 Treas 4 Spanish Club 4 Vice Pr 2 Tre 3 n chor Staff 3 Annual Staff fSports Ed itorl 4 Teen Age Club 2 3 4 Boys Basketball Team 2 3 4 Class Offices of Bluegrass Bots State 3 Chorus 3 Radio 4 , J. 1 0 'P r Nb ,M- K get UBVTX3 vb XV' eruord X S5 JOHN DAVID WRIGHT Spanish Club 4 Anndal Staff 4 Teen Age Clup 4 Football Team 4 27 C 4 x SUZANNE WETHERBY Quill and Scroll 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Court of Honor 45 Sci- ce Society 3, 4, Sec. 4' , H. . 3 4 Treas. 3, Genea ogical Society 4' Latin Club 2, 3, 4 Vice-Pres. 2 3, Pres. 4' Anchor Staff 3, 4 Editor 4' Annual Staff fBusiness Mgr.l 4' J. Red Cros' 2' Teen-Age Club 2 3, 4' irs " ub , , 4 i A Pres, 2 3 Pres. 4' Cheerleader 2, Capt 4 l-loclfey Teaml 2 3 Co Capt 3 4 Girls Basnetball Team 2 3 4 CoCapt 3 Cham ion ship Soccer Team 2 3 Champion ship Volleyball Tc-um 2 Homecoming Court 2 3 Class Offices 2 3 4 Sec 2 Treas 3 Treas 4 Beta Club 4 Letter Girl l 2 3 4 Homecoming Queen 3 Jefferson County Basketball Queen 3 HAZEL FRANCES YAN KEY Sc ence Society4 F H A 3 4 His tonan 4 Genealogical Society 3 4 Jr Red Cross 4 Usher at Graduation am Cl b An I l Ieyb ' I I r I 4 V sl en 5 , F A , , , V VL ' ' Q , . , , XA , NV, i i V, X , N ,N XX- , X 5 I I I Q ' xg Gi' A" ci l,2 3 ,Vee ,JH Vi , , , 3, . K' L ' 4. . 1 1 , , ,4, LD B 5 N I .fy 1 I I Z . , . I g U allrk 1,1 , - - 5 pn i VCU V ' LJJV ' 4 K V J ' ., JL CV' I: 5 X -are f 4 . ' . , A X , , . I ' ' ' ' . -. 5 ' . A in ' 1 ' K fx- ' 5. . B ,P o , 2,3,, I-les., as,,A- ' Q i- , , J V ' 5 ' ' Q n , , I I ' . 2, 3, VlCf'2'PfCS. 2, PFSS- 35 Membef Entered A. H. S. 4, Jr. Sportsman 4, Spanish cjiub 2' 3, 45 Annual Sfaff 42 ' 5 - 3. is 9' -:Q 5- 1 I . A . Q if ' , 9 I ' I A Qin.. . X Sym ' ' ' Ml, I +9 i V , gf . t' NOT PICTURED WILLIAM DAVID MACY HARRY LEWIS Jr SDOYYSFDSD I ADCHOF Sfaff 3 O s A C u 3 4 Foot a WILLIAM camo Team 2 3 4 HAROLD LLOYD KEYES 1. N if :?:H.9'0f -fa dna, Ill '- I lg!! vflft k Q I 'UI "T, 'we 'QQ J-HC ,Q 1'-533 IL- Jack rows across the lake to see hns gurl A, un Braznl Take note Mary Lee Mnngus and Macy suttung thus one out Loss and Marlon puttung Above center the fmal touches on their Dansy arches Came' A QVOUD Of sch be-1I'efS WOI'k late unto the afternoon to flnlsh QIUOF6 Cflgn ,...,...-141 Q N Ef:SLdrZ2stTLnZ?gcu2T:. in avian: pghjxly 9 S 'Ovelv S e S engaged Came Smkes 3 p'e"Y Looks Uncomfof' expresslon S next fsrlough She Uses Soap" pose able doesn' She 28 BLy""' .EQ ,, bli 4 ll X Af 4 I :L , ,A I 1 . V I my X f. 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I :Sex x f 'M sf X A 5 ' N, Q 1 ' Q . 4- '- .x FIRST ROW Left to Right Coleman Yates Nan Flemmg Margue Sagester James Terry Jerry Wregleb Rosann Smnh SECOND ROW Jane Beckley Mary Ann Haynes Sr Brewer Vrrgrnra Stevens Frank Boone Martha Jo Oliver Norman Yochum Buddy Powell Kenneth Yochrm Montague Sublette THIRD ROW Bobby Mersner Jean Stoess Mary Lou Morris Julla Tinsley Edrth Yunt LaVerne Huber U,I'Ll0l' LaVerne Schaefer Lee Stalker Julla Collaer Anna Mae Burgm Don Muller FOURTH ROW Verna Lee Becker Russell Lawson Barbara Calrns Ann Stoess Barbara Mnnty Ruby Simpson Ann Lawrenson Donalda MacKay Pat Muller James Mudd Dorothy Lotxe Mae Duke Fanellr FIFTH ROW Don Baker Bull Krncald Bobby Veech Ray Bryant Pat Craft Wanda Yankey add dl'l'llU6l 31 Carol Cummms Dorothy Wemedel Jackle Sue Trnsley Joe Roe Murray Nrcol Bully Wrnkler Vernon Read Jummy Cooper SIXTH ROW James McCulloch Tony Brooks Walter Mitchell Glenn Raymond Gene Reese Donnne France Lewis Sm :ther Don Peak Scott Chamberlain George Hoffman Charles Mingus Gael Hotopp NOT PICTURED Fred Fuchs Ruth Prrce James Erhart ' Allen Sleadd "Doc" Barnes . . V - 4, W' ' n J o Ur' -t Vi- ,M -f Cr vs- "?'4s.s- 2 do ,., 9'S.q-Q -.iw -s'8 Steamboat comm round the bend nn the great Sadae Hawkms day race "-iv" Oh Cutle"V' The Junlor carnival In full swing f' Good lookmg car anyway x ff XXI l 'Vi ya sf Pretty boy Brewer ll,l'll0I'5 On y Glamour persomfled EW 2'X.,sJ" Erutan Yob studym nature gk., f-,tv A Jumor and a Jumor 32 A? ' . I Q prix N :sq EI5' Q i I 'Nil an .SZ P omofed fr Xa I0 OWIOFB G-55 zcerb BACK ROW Left to R ght BM Lynam Sergeant at Arms Vrcror Meyer Presrdent FRONT ROW Lrbby Wdrey Secretary BAN CarroN Treasurer Charkotte Jarvrs Vrce Presrdent Ml N N FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Ralph Parks Rita Bryant Leo Humphrey Doris Yochim Fanny Geoghegan Julia Kamer Bully Cooper Joan Williamson Dan Lowry Marian Ballou ROW FOUR Roger Ellington Donald Bealmear Lou Ellen Rodgers Sharkey Utley Dnue Vollertsen Glenn Hochstrasser Meredith Hall Libby Willey Sue Thomas Dick Rudlo Mary Caroline Shane 5t,,, Elizabeth Skaggs Bobby Richardson Gene Murphy Bobby Leet Ann Lawrenson Oln Ore ROW TWO Bill Carroll Patsy Terry Shirley Jackson Tim Stivers Lucille Reneau Bill Goodson Marybeth Blake Harry Dixon Kathy Kelly Louis Yeakey Barbara Sue Stlvers Bully Gibson ROW FIVE Mrs A J Smith Carolyn Wellage Francis Collins Dudley Wetherby Charles Walker Janet Walker Virginia Ridsdale Henry Carfleld Carolyn Lewis Johnny Owen Harold Mudd Carolyn Hollne Mills Logan Gant Blanton Miss P Gordon NOT PICTURED CIM Bobby Holloway Sydney Hancock Mary Halen Burgnn Carroll Bristow 5 ROW THREE Kenneth Sapp Suzanne Malkin Elizabeth Herr Babs Mcgraw Norma Schultz Ruby Thomas Verna Love Greene Lrllis Beam Barbara Wetherby Charlotte Jarvis Carol Ford Jan Poteet Sally Fetter Owen Crew ROW SIX John Terry Vlrgmla Rofhenburg Joyce Smith Fred Carpenter Russell Gover Bull Lynam Jo Een Wheeler Victor Meyer Charles Dunaway James Cartueld Danny Revanaugh "Wk Ji? If Duck Rudio keeps at it hell make somebody a No No boys Halloween is over good wife 35 el' ' c is --p 'R 1 W.. Arg' a i 'F ' 'f i 1.3 , v 'Tl c 55 1, l Y gf 60956 Ql The great Thlnker Lynam pursues his least fav r Carol l-1llIS and Sue DVBCTISC f0f The b'Q C-l3Y :te study hlstory whale Dan and Mary Carolme look on be QZ Crunch' Take ut easy Snookle Thats a lot of weught you re throwing around' You can tell from Dudleys mtellugent and Mnss L s bllssful expressuons that they really understand biology Poteet and Leet fraternlzung on campus '11 ..,,. mmm f , fv- 1'R..4 we we we .lgfilgfa ' ucges-gg Q' os bag i - 36 l 2- Ill off ow ow Q- eel f , s .2 e D , fh "rv 7 - fm l 1- 1' fill Ill. 31,85 In e fl -NJ Q cerb NJ Pres dev! Mar NO Bobby H10 Sfraub Secrekarxy 05 1 Russek P eege D ck BP-CNC V-O Lekx r Treasurer V90 ONN Moore K Bar P res den I F RONT ROW, Left ro Right: James Stevens Joyce Gillihan French Caplinger ROW FOUR: Doris Moffett Bobby Bier Janis Kaiser Peter Lanham Jannice Ferguson Mrs. V. Staniford Mr. W. Mitchell Mrs. J. Scalxo Marguerite Byers Frank Parsons Virginia Brodbeck Charles Terry Rae Ann Synder ROW SEVEN Dorothy Aldridge Barbara Waters Duck Peege Vrrgrl Rice Julia Rankin Mary Katherrn Fawbush Bottle Baker jfedhnlan ROW TWO: Barbara Lewis Wanda Hettinger Joyce Bastin Jeff Card Jane Fowley Carolyn Helm Lindsey Pike Bill Martin Kenneth May ROW FIVE: Lucy Daniel Barbara Goetz Glen Golden Lois Lewis Glenn Drummond Martha Mohr Gretchen Yeakey Sarah Yankey Sue Carol Gover Bartre Becker Bettie Sheppard Kenny Jaegers John Braun John Lord Jewell Harmon Tom Mitchell Tony Koester Richard Phillips Tommy Kees Russell Straub James Nicol C6155 ROW THREE: Earline Doak James Bland Wilma Cummins Donald Ford Martha Hicks Marilyn Moore Joan Lawson Richard Colston James Perry Richard Flint Martha Holcomb Joe White ROW SIX: Boyce Martin Barbara Christine Dodd Harris Sharlene Veneman John Brewer Dudley Williams Barbara Hartman Ward Hallenberg Sue Sizemore Joann Haeberlrn Donna Stone Stewart Ogden Duck Klein NOT PICTURED Georgia Bowman David Carpenter Fred Carpenter Mary Kay Phillips Robert Shannon 39 OK Martha and Lucy, you too, Lois and Sharlene, Iet's not be carry. Muscles Golden and Choker Hallenburg enjoy mg thezr favonte pastnme C036 0 ov 0 N- We 0 Q1 0 V 59 40 s A Sgxov' Z 6' S 'a 0 o 'ozfegof' JJ' 600 '56 x 9 eo' '9 o Q1 5 Q so z fwj1fgz,,c, of' c 54' 0 :Ripe x Q30 0 X ,160 -A vfx-0' xx Ward Hallenburg and John Brewer drool at the soft drunk stand 40 1' AV Www 6 so fab A Y K 0 06 K ' Q-Ve fl" L , 5 ve. G Ge an ,oi db SKK . we l ' -wb 'fl f" T . W Q N. If . 0 Q-ge 'K ' Sefbogx K W uma' JUQA ra ea jf n ergarfen FRONT ROW Left to Rrght Archre Sr-mth Sandy Smrth EsteJJe Taghnno Ann MossbaJger Nancy Ross Pairxcra WoJperK Geofge M Chrrstenson Johnny Frsh Tony Taghrrno ROW T Peter Lyon John D James Robert Purdy Frederrck C-:Jock Mrchad Hepp Trmrny KxrnbaH NJan Durand Patrrck Hepp George Govun ROW THREE Rrchard McLaJlen Luuor ,JLII gA ellellfd HJ NZJBJ FRONT ROW Left to Right Thornwell Meyer Jeanette Stalker Tom Pike Joann Mix James Holloway Regina Ann Perkins George Logan Barbara Dawson Earl Geoghegan Lelia Brown Vaughan Spencer ROW TWO Mary Ellen Morris Mary Lou Gibson Gale Warren Donna Bunton Ina Turner Adoree Alt Jimmy Sumner Jane Ray Harper Jack Petty Bobbie Jean Cochran Faye Sandlin Marcella Harmon Lolo Koester ROW THREE Jane Elizabeth Gross Nancy Lang Claude Sandlm Dorothy Allen Anne Tydnng Frankie Sagester Ray Sword Carl Gayhart Q The seventh and eighth grades have the privilege Junior High cheerleaders From left Barbara Daw of being first in line in the newly decorated cafe- son Jane Harper lna Turner Mary Lou Gibson teria Carol Gayheart Anne Quick and Frankie Sagester 42 A o C ll Anne Quick, Carol Gayhart, Barlow Brooks, Marilyn Minty, Barbara Wilson, Cherie Graves, I I . V if H e l ra ed .Si :A Qmale FRONT ROW Left to Rught Robert Preston Sumner Vlctor Habbs Betty Blanton Mary Tate Louuse Perkuns Emma Jean Herron Harold Elmore Ann McLallen Barbara Engle Loss Qulck Kay Duer John Wulson Dale Lang ROW TWO David Towner Jack Van Nagell George Whlte 51 nr gmr., FRONT ROW Left to Right Dorothy Thompson Margaret Lanham Judith Ann Purdy Margaret Scales Mereduth Towner Judy Spencer Marlorue Gross Charlotte Taulbee Anne Sue Rodgers Shnrley Ann Dlxon Maruan Owen ROW TWO Lawrence Hlbbs Don Lorch Hume Logan Lynn Owen Stuart Bruder John Castleman Dudley Haupt Kenneth Geoghegan Bobby Elmore 43 I X sides, Tommy Brooks, Billy Dyer, Terry Crowell, Bob Colgan, Charles McLaughlin. I l Pa 25 3 a J j0ul'tA FGJQJ FRONT ROW Left to Rnght Eluzabth Scales Steve Flelschaker Duana Duer Martha Jo Veneman Margaret Tydlngs Lee Lorch Suzanne Fush Roylene Taulbee Opal Rodgers Houston Eades Ruth Emma Traplett Nancy Lewls ROW TWO Ann Early Hatton Bonnue Brooks Barbara Carfxeld Joan Brown Polly Colgan Carolyn Koester Jurnmy Mcl-latton Nora Lee Cochran Karen Graves David Gross Jolene Herron Mary Helen Perkins Lena Trlplett Jean Webb ROW THREE Joe Waterfall Michael Castleman Sam Scales Grler Martm Paul West Brooks Pmney Davld Lee Hoskms Harry Bruder Breaux Castleman Eldon Durand Buddy Gross lfrit HIIJ .SZCOIIJ fd 05 FRONT ROW Left to Right Vonda Kay Zarmg Rnlla Haupt Ollie Mae Herron Duane Baker Thelma Tate Patrlcla Perklns Patsy Petty Barbara Bohannon Katherune Gayhart Carol Cheschenr ROW TWO Jack Mnddleton Linda Seaman Mary Whnte Martha McLallen Jake Gabbard Lula Mae Thompson John Lewis Rose Herron B1llVuckery Nancy Towner Thomas Whntesndes Bonnre McKercher Carol Cock Rrchard Pearson ROW THREE Gwathney Tyler Tum Hardy Randy Lyon Jlmmy Slemenda Bully Brooks Mac Caldwell Donald Holloway Vrncent Tagllarmo Arthur Meyer Peyton Hoge Albert Koester Thornton Wuhry 44 . ADJ ll Q , ' 5 ' I ' 1 ' I , , , , , , , I I I I ' I I I ' I I l I I I I I Scott Hallenberg, Gary Perkins, Douglas Fowley. 1 1 I 1 f I V 1 I 1 I I I I I ' fl flfllla! sg? The Annual Staff ns composed of the ed utorual staff a business staff and members of the senxor class who contrnbute to the pub Incataon of the yearbook The editorial staff ednts the book wnth the and of the busnness staff and sensors The busnness staff earns the money to put out the annual 6 ll0I'la! an gljlnejj sg? Editor In Chief Pat Norman Art Ednor Mary Lee Lammers Mary Lee Wenbel and Libby Beam after a snap shot Advertnsmg Manager Ted Phullnps SBSSION Clrculatnon Managers Sue Wetherby Dorothy Jarvis FRONT ROW Left to Rught Dons Rankin John Wnght Don Mxllure Lucille Hoke George Moms Bob Schulenburg Barbara Shupley ROW TWO John Lorch Hazel Yankey Edna Roth enburger Jumor Pitts Peggy Carmack Jeane Nantz Mary Lee Welbel Marvm Mmgus Llbby Beam ROW THREE Dougne Sleacld Anna Loss Steele Jack Russell Norma Louderback Lee Tmsle-y Jane Jackman, Marlon Ftsher, Lots Roe, and Bully Veneman NOT PICTURED Jack Thorpe 46 ay . . . - Vg: . ' . ' A TI . . .T rg , ' V vi 4' Q J Q af Sports Editor .................. Wally Whitehouse CLQIICQ OCLQ! The Scuence Socnety was orgamzed to promote Interest un scrence and to provide engoyment through scnence Durmg the school year the members learn the pruncxpal stars and constel lations Thus year three representatuves from Anchorage went to the conventnon an Rach mond Each year the new members must at tend the nnxtnatuon whach IS supposed to be very secretuve lC2I'5 President Lee Tlnsley Mtss Wood the able sponsor of the Scnence V'Ce Pleydem Scott Ma'k"1 Society IS at work Sue Wetherby Treasurer Mae Fanelln Sponsor Mxss Eduth Wood FRONT ROW Left to Rlght Roger Ellmgton Lewns Yeakey Scott Malkln Pat Craft Donalda McKay Dougle Sleadd Lee Tmsley Walter Mutchell ROW TWO Bully Cooper Hazel Yankey Dons Yochm Joan Wllllamson Mass Wood Opal Keyes Mary Lee Lammers Dorothy Jarvus Glenn Raymond Coleman Yates ROW THREE John Lorch S1 Brewer Dudley Wetherby Dorothy Wheeler Mary Barron Mary Lee Wenbel Wanda Yankey Jan Poteet Don Baker Bobby Veech, Ted Phullnps ROW FOUR Marlon Fnsher, Marvm Mmgus, Frank Boone, James McCulloch, Charles Mmgus, Duke Fanelln, Jane Jackman, Dorothy Lotze, Sue Wetherby, Jack Russell, and Bully Veneman 47 l . I s ' ' ' I I ' I , I . . n----------,--------- A ' ' Secretary -- ...................... - 1 V 3 l 1 l 1 ' 1 1 1 l 1 l 1 A - 3 A 1 1 I A I I V I I I I I I I I ' b I I I I SLUJ4 The purpose of the F H A is to promote the satisfaction of homemakmg encourage de mocracy in home and community life promote international good will and further interest in home economics President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor lCel'5 Vera M ae Geoghegan Jo Ann Burke Opal Keyes Gerrie Rudy Mrs Smith 'Tai Hazel Yankey Vera Geoghegan Dorothy Wheeler Gerrie Rudy and Anna Lois Steele busy at work making candy for one of the home football games FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Jean Booker, Sara Yankey Dougie Sleadd Anna Mae Burgin, Joyce Gillihan Virginia Broadbeck Gerrie Rudy, Jane Beckley. ROW TWO: Jo Ann Burke Vera Geoghegan, Edna Rothenburger, Opal Keyes Doris Ycchim, Mrs. Smith, Hazel Yankey Pat Norman, Jeane Nantz, Lucille Reneer, Lois Lewis. ROW THREE: Joyce Bastin Janis Kaiser Doris Moffett, Wanda Hettinger, Peggy Carrnack, Sue Malkin, Carol Ford, Barbara Wetherby, Mary Lee Weibel, Lucille Hoke, Mary Lou Morris. ROW FOUR: Gina Stevens, Jo Ann Haeberlin, Martha Hicks, Elizabeth Herr, Dorothy Wheeler, Anna Lcrs Steele, Sue Wetherby, Jane Jackman, Meredith Hall, Frances Collins, and Virginia Rothenberger 48 unior M 6055 7' , The purpose of the Junior Red Cross is to co-operate with the Senior Red Cross. lt also I gives a channel for services to all school groups. Some of the activities of the year in- cluded contributions to the program called CARE, and the annual membership drive, Qf icerd P,-egidenf -----.,--,-,,-,,,- Dorothy Jarvis I Vice-President .............. Teddy Phillips Secretary ,,...,,....-....-. .. Don Millure Sponsor .,,-,,,,....,....... Mrs. Kimball Dick Charlotte and Lillis packing clothes for a needy family FRONT ROW Left to Right Hazel Yankey Llllis Beam Peggy Carmack Virginia Ridsdale Gale Warren Barbara D wson ROW TWO Mrs Smith lFormer Sponsorl Dorothy Jarvis Opal Keyes Julia Collier Roseann Smith Norma Louderback Dorothy Lotze Ted Phillip ROW THREE Mary Lou Gibson Gail Lawson Carol Cummins Lois Lewis Sue Thomas Bartle Becker Charlotte Jarvis Carol Ford Lsbbie Beam ROW FOUR Don Peak Dick Rudio Glenn Raymond James Mudd Boyce Martin Lois Roe Edna Rotherburger Carol Gayheart and Don Millure 49 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 , a . . . , , 1 1 - 1 1 1 -L - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Elia CH The purposes of the Beta Club are to en courage effort to promote character to stnm ulate achievement to cultnvate qualatles of leadership to reward ment and to encour age and assnst students to contnnue thelr ed ucataon after hugh school graduation lC0l'5 Presndent Mary Lee Lammers Vuce Presndent Jerry Weugleb Recordung Secretary Julia Colller Correspondung Secretary Mae Duke Fanelln Treasurer Wally Whntehouse Sponsor Mrs Vlolet Stamford Formal mmatuon of two new members Glenn Ray mond and Sue Wetherby FIRST ROW, left to rught Jeane Nantz, Mary Lee Lammers, Dorothy Jarvis SECOND ROW Edith Yunt, Donalda MacKay, Julua Collier, Dorothy Lotze THIRD ROW Bully Winkler, Mae Fanelll, Lols Roe, Opal Keyes, Jerry Welgleb, and Wally Whutehouse u .siuclenf Counci The purpose of this Council, which is a living symbol of the student body and its ac- tivities, shall be to encourage cooperation be- tween the entire student body and the faculty in all matters which concern the welfare of the school, to promote a spirit of school loyalty and pride, and preserve the ideals of the An- chorage School. Uf i cer.4 President ................... Frank Boone Secretary .............. Barbara Sue Stivers Sponsor ...................... Mr. Atkins Barbara Sue Frank Dorothy and Scotty drawing up charter for Student Council FRONT ROW left to right Martha Mohr Nancy Lang Sue Malkin Gretchen Yeakey Sharkey Utley SECOND ROW Dorothy Wemedel Barbara Sue Stivers Donny Ford James Terry Don Ensmmger Allen Feige Frank Boone George Logan Scotty Reneer ana Doris Rankin 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - sllrfm C A The purpose of the Latnn Club ss tor the members of the club to hand on the torch of classucal clvnllzatlon to the modern world They belleve an acquamtance wnth the cuvnlnzatrons of Greece and Rome wall help them understand and to appranse the world of today whnch ns un debted to ancnent cnvuluzatuon lC0l'5 Presldent Sue Wetherby Vlfe Presldent Sl Brewer Secretary Jackue Trnsley Sponsor Mrs Baurd The lowly pledges pause ln thenr slave costumes on the fourth day of theur umtnatnon FRONT ROW Left to Rlght Duck Rudlo Hazel Yankey Don Ensungmer Peter Lanham Boyce Martm Lmdsey Pike Bobby Bner Charles Terry Murray Nucol Dougle Sleadd ROW TWO Jeane Nantz Pat Norman Laverne Huber Lucy Damel Joan Wullnamson Bull Veneman Jan Poteet Barbara Wetherby Edlth Yunt Patsy Terry Bartue Becker Ward Hallenburg ROW THREE Wanda Yankey Mary Lou Morrus Glenn Hostresser Bully Gnbson Lullns Beam Martha Mohr, Jane Fowley, Gina Stevens, Glenn Golden, John Brewer, Carol Ford, Kenny Jaeggers ROW FOUR Mrs Banrd Jerry Welgleb, Sue Thomas Phyllus Holloway, Barbara Calrns, Sharkev Utley, Barbara Mmty Frank Boone, James Nlcol, Tony Koester ROW FIVE Jan Walker, Sue Wetherby, Joyce Smuth, Vuctor Meyer, James McCulloch, Charles Mmgus Peggy Carmack, Jane Jackman, Jackue Tmsley, Sn Brewer, Dorothy Lotze and Allen Sleadd 52 . f f . . fa Q .5 ' 1 , I 1 l A 4, , I . . . - , X m X . W . ll " bf Treagurer -------,-,,,..., ---Frank Boone H H . - l IQGIQLJA I A The purpose of the Spannsh Club lS to study the cultural background of the Spanuards and to famullarnze members wnth the customs luterature and the Spanish and Spanlsh Amer: can arts thus mcreasmg the frnendshlp be tween those countrues and ours Actnvmes for the year Include a few musacal programs, a Chrnstmas program a crafts class and a dancmg class lCel'5 PfeSld9f1f Jack Russell Vlce Presadent Dorothy Jarvlg SeC"el'3"Y Carol Cummms Treasurer Mary Lee Lammers of the meetnngs FRONT ROW Left to Right Mulls Logan Mary Lee Welbel Don Mnllure Dorothy Jarvns Carol Cummms Mary Lee Lammers Jack Rus ell Duke Fanellu Murray Nmcol ROW TWO Ralph Parks Rae Ann Snyder Pat Norman Jeane Nantz Julla Kamer Luculle Reneau Barbara Goetz Tum Stnvers Glenn Drummond Jewell Harmon ROW THREE Russell Gover Douglas Sleadd Dons Moffet Jamce Ferguson Shurley Beckly Julxa Colluer Roseann Smnth Dlxue Vollertson Manan Ballou Mary Ann Haynes Charlotte Jarvxs Carol Ford Sally Fetter Wnlma Cummlns RON FOUR Mrs Damel John Terry Barbara Chrvstme Carolyn Holhe Manlyn Moore Judy Tinsley Jeff Card Lnoby Wnlley Pat Craft Donalda McKay James Stevens James Terry, Coleman Yates Don Baker ROW FIVE Verna Lee Becker, Glenn Raymond, Dorothy Wemedel, Lee Tmsley, Marlon Flsher, Peggy Carmack, Jack Thorpe, Bull Lynam, Rlchard Phlllups, Jo Een Wheeler, John Wnght, Allen Sleadd, and Charles Dunaway 53 o t I 1 ' I' x f ' I . , . Here is Don Peak providing the entertainment for one Sponsor-- ,.-, ,, ---- ---- - ----- M rs. Daniel l Anchor 5? W The purpoe of the Anchor Staff IS first to edit and publish the school paper The alms of the paper are to educate the com munity as to the work of the school to cre are and express school opunlon To act as a means of unufynng the school, to encourage and stnmulate worth whsle achvlfles and to nncrease school spmr FIRST SEMESTER Edutor Sue Wetherby Busnness Manager Lee Tmsley Advertusnn Mana er Jerry Wnegleb SECOND SEMESTER Edutor Lee Tansley Busuness Manager J Jerry Wlegleb Advertsslng Manager? Curculatlon Manager Jackle Tmsley Sponsor Mrs Balrd Barbara Munty hurrymg to deluver the latest nssue of the Anchor FRONT ROW, left to rxght Laverne Huber, Mae Fanelll Jerry Wengleb SECOND ROW Edlfh Yunt, Margie Sagester, Barbara Caurns, Mavis Sandlm THIRD ROW Barbara Menty, Pat Craft, Jackue Tmsley Lee Tmsley, Sue Wetherby Jane Jackman, and Verna Lee Becker 54 I . 'fig A D rx P - . . .9 g - ' 2 ..g g -----ii---------- .I Circulation Manager ............,.... Jackie Tinsley L--U ----- ----- - - - an CPO FRONT ROW left to rlght Don Mnllure Teddy Phllllps Wally Whitehouse Lee Tmsley SECOND ROW Jerry Weugleb Mae Fanells Edith Yunt Jane Jackman Sue Wetherby Pat afwna! .Honor ,SQL-ref? SUE WETHERBY LEE TINSLEY 55 .f ul Norman, Dorothy Jarvis, Mary Lee Lammers. 0 0 'Z if E f' q,. 0 Pat danceand R . ay P racticing for che next '41 'e 'O Baxbax 'xo ?'xQ0e1 Th e rw I S O C at at Zzmps-W a,n h H ehouse and Ph' I ' A 9 C , , , , ,faecvexaoi 'Y x easox ex V elxdeox xbefw 200 xe Xce- Owe T5 0 a Nw v4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Nw 0 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, xl Bav-ev,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,VfeS O00 Ooo NAXXQ Y6,, YNYNK U' 4: Y as 1 Q an Ent M44 ' 'S' -Q M4 usaiu.. wig., Z Members of the club on the trap to Frankfort any 8086! 0 LCG 0Cletg The purpose of the Genealogncal Socnety IS to look up and trace the ancestry of the members To porn the club each prospectnve member ns requnred to full out a chart tracmg has relatnves and ancestors as far back as pos sable Several trnps are planned each year for the club among them an all day journey to Frankfort lCeI'5 Presndent Dudley Wetherby Vrce Presndent Patsy Terry Correspondmg Secretary Peggy Carmack Recordnng Secretary Joyce Smuth Treasurer Sue Thomas Sponsor Mass Wood FRONT ROW, Left to Rnght Charles Terry, Bully Cooper, Frank Boone, Julua Tmsley, Jovce Bastm, Marnlyn Moore ROW TWO Roger Ellungton, Patsy Terry, Joyce Smuth, Dudley Wetherby, Peggy Carmack, Sue Thomas ROW THREE Barbara Sue Stnvers, Duck Rudxo, Sharkey Utley, Joan Wnllnamson, Opal Keyes, Mnss Wood Hazel Yankey, Pat Norman, Bartue Becker, Barbara Hartman, Gretchen Yeakey ROW FOUR Carolyn Shane, Sue Malkun Elnza beth Herr, Dlxue Vollertson, Roseann Smith, Pat Craft, Jan Poteet Jane Jackman Sue Wether by ROW FIVE John Lorch, Janet Walker, Jack Russell, Russell Gover, Scott Malkun, Lewus Yeakey, and Bully Veneman 57 I S 0 Qt! Q, ' b ' . .5 4. ,YI '12- ., Ash? ' 'Q' ' s 'I - f Q ,, ,J - ,. -9 ff , rjgg' ' . ' 5 ISV :Af-I It Q ' J f Q' fx' ,. W ,V I . Lf "I, '- , of . , . . , ,, . , gut' .aa ,,,,,t f , ,, f - - i , ' , all , 1 A , ., ' """"IIII"' F ' ...... ----- ' -U- enior Pig The sensor play was fnnally decnded upon lt was to be Meet Me In St Louus Our du rector Mass Kntty Helm ummeduately chose the cast and then rehearsals were underway After four weeks of hard work and good fumes the play was presented and proved to be very successful 58 Afakffg-Q4-C-'f' ,. , I ll ' ' ll ' 1 1 , . I I . , is . - ' lg r ,"',gf.w in, 'K Q' h ' ,iff fy 9 v 1 K li 1 I- . K , Q Qu 'n -, 'K , nw'-f A a "- .4 " 4 2' , of ,' - l' A 1. , V -. is .C pa l0 CULJ ibm 906' 0 FRONT ROW left to nght Raduo Staff Duke Fanelln Pat Norman Murray Nrcol Mary Lee Weubel Jerry Wergleb Mrs Barrd SECOND ROW Drsc Jockues Mrs Tucker Lucllle Hoke Jane Jackman Barbara Wetherby Joan Wullramson THIRD ROW Su Brewer Wally Whute house Mary Lee Lammers Dorothy Jarvxs Peggy Carmack Walt Mrtchell FOURTH ROW Jack Russell Russell Gover Mr Atkins Don Mlllure and Marlon Frsher SAQJIQLQIIJ FRONT ROW left to rnght Jack Russell Don Mullure Peggy Carmack Marlon Flsher SEC OND ROW Mary Lee Lammers Mr Atkuns and Dorothy Jarvls 59 gl 0 , - - V , , 1 1 - A Q' - - 1 1 I 1 ' ' I ' ,I , , f - Z , 1 - 1 , - o I ' I I I ' . . , . , . .f4!ALlic CMJ QL ,4 eu Pres Sue Wetherby V Pres Pat Norman Sec Norma Louderback Treas Peggy Carmack FRONT ROW Left to Rnght Nan Flemung Jerry Weugleb Dorothy Lotze Jeane Nantz Peggy Carmack Jackue Tmsley Sue Wetherby ROW TWO Mavls Sandlm La Verne Huber Pat Craft Norma Louderback Anna Loss Steele Pat Norman and Scotty Reneer 0y5 .A I A FRONT ROW Left to Rnght Allen Faege Su Brewer ROW TWO Ray Bryant Jack Thorpe Davnd Macy Marvm Mmgus Lee Tmsley ROW THREE Don Baker Bobby Veech Bobby Leer Ted Phnllnps Coach Goranflo Charles Mnngus George Moms Frank Boone and Bully Gubson NOT PICTURED Lewrs Smnfhers BD ll J: I 1 ll .- I . .- I .- I .- . , ' 2 ' , ' , , , , ' ' f - 5 V ' I , u as C 1 lt , I ' . ' . 1 , , 1 I 4 I 1 ' I A 1 1 I Bully Gubson Frank Parsons Harold Lowry Teddy Phullnps 62 Wally Whulehouse 4 1 of A 1 1, 4, Q , 1 '4-af A 9 I 7 fp: 11.1 O' .5 I xx 1 ., if O 41, '4 .. ,A 3 f 2 ff I ? I 4 of f K, Qui Z 5 gl' E N? I I fri is if f I i ' . 1 ,kj , ' 4' 5' e 'Z ' K ,f 'L , 1 f X, fr if af , .47 ,L ' 5 ,51 ff mr fs JS' 9 fx 3 M5579 3 1,2 'f 2 V , 4 ,2 a H 4 1 ? , ,Mn V-, A ii: 5 :y "+'i'5l' ua H -f . .fd hw A' 1 Qi , V ,sail wk- V. ,, f.. Q FH Y ,v 3 1 -.Q Q pq, ' ,bg 3 u Sv ' m W 31'- Eg., A 1. -1 ,f f fbi Mu za. CT 'mb X I Bmw ws! p l M35 W 49, . K4 D Eiw' I "'rn'?:' A' Henry Carfneld Left half back scored 34 pounts- ran 70 yards to beat Okolona m the second half James McCulloch Jumor-developed unto a good defenslve tackle-wenght 220 letters 1 Samuel Pitts Sensor reserve half back weught 131 letters 1 Ray Bryant Rnght end--mussed most of the season because of a duslocated shoulder was outstandmg un four games he played Marvln Mingus All N C KC tackle--one of the best offensnve blockers-sensor and as lookung for ward to football an college-letters 3 Claude Sandlm Defensuve half back only an eighth grader but one of the hardest tacklers on the team-expectnng great thmgs from Claude Vuctor Meyer Sophomore-replaced mgured ends and pla ed outstandmg ball especlally on defense letters Lewls Smlther Left end an excellent pass re cenver but lnjuraes held hum back Junuor letters Bull Lynam A very fme flrst year quarter back capable passer ball handler and a vlcnous tackler wenght 138 John Wrught A dependable reserve guard hs spmt was an nnspuratuon to the team weight 155 Charles Mmgus Rlght guard held several games because of ll'1jUI'IeS was a stone wall on defense weight 220 Bully Carroll Tater small fast and shnfty back -always a threat when carrylng the ball weught 125 letters 1 player on offense and defense-wenght 170 let ters 2 Don Baker .lunuor full back-always ready when needed welght 135 letters 2 Doc Barnes Injured un the furst of the season played the last three games expectmg much from hum next year Malls Logan Sophomore wuth a lnttle more weight he will make an excellent center letters 1 George Moms All N C K C back-co captam as a blocker and a Inne smasher he was tops for Anchor a e Fred Fuchs Playmg hns furst year of football Fred played a bang up game on both offense and defense Bull Klncaud .lunuor a fme center for a furst year man wenght 140 letters 1 Lewns Brutscher Fnne defensive guard for has weight hard charger with a fughtmg spmt tumor David Macy Turned In an excellent performance nn the games he played at end letters 2 wenght 160 Jack Thorpe State honorable mentuon N C K C back-co captam has been an outstand mg player an has four years at Anchorage-one of the leadung scorers In the state Bob I-loke A fme defensuve back-gave all he had nn every play letters 1 wenght 140 Don France Junior-developed unto an all round player played both end and back we will remem ber those hard tackles 2. I - - ' ' : - i Robeft Veechs. All N,C.K.C. guard-consistant Q . u 1 a : - - ' - all FRONT ROW left to nght Bully Carroll Don Baker Sam Pltts Bull Kencald Bob Veech Ball Lynam and Don Muller SECOND ROW Mllls Logan Don France Victor Meyer Harry Dlxon Henry Carfneld James Terry Lewos Brutscher and Claude Sandhn THIRD ROW Fred Fuchs George Morrls David Macy Joe Wheeler Marvm Mmgus Charles Mingus Lewas Smnther Doc Barnes and Jack Thorpe FOURTH ROW Scott Chamberlaun Duck Peege Rachard Colston George Hoffman James McCulloch Ward Hallenberg John Wrnght Kenny Jaeggers Gene Murphy and Coach Emmett Goranflo FOOTBALL SCORES Anchors Opponents Sheperdsvulle St Augustme Falrdale Valley E Town J town Fern Creek St Joe Okolona Total so J, 47 ' 0 33 . ' 7 13 ' 7 6 20 6 - I9 54 - 0 24 6 20 . I2 12 7 215 78 Q D C I 1' E M Q ,. 41. - zf wi C :Qi I 9 i 'if?fi,. f . ff 3, vf"'i? 94311 4 fs . . at 76 ' 0 QQ. 'r- Q, - 'K 0 ' ,. W 1 '. llluli' f ,fi an Q 'W K ff---4 ' 'Q N 4 ae-in-s f 4 '?',, A. 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'H- fix x be K' .X 1235 ugmgggrl In Teddy Phillips Senior forward-6 ft 2 on-a steady man at the corner post-one of the best shots on the team second year on varsity Bobby Leet Sophomore-guard 5 ft ll baffled opponents with his shiftmess and drive- best defensive man on the team first year on var su Bill Lynarn Sophomore--forward-5 ft HM an springy legs fine rebounder should develop into a fine player Lewis Srnither Junior-center 6 ft 3 nn Lew brilliant rebounder-excellent hook shot artist second year on varsity Wally Whitehouse Senior-guard-5 ft 6 In small but very fast guard-had a good set shot plenty spmt and fight first year on varsity Frank Boone Junior forward and guard 5 ft 8 in-a very scrappy player has a natural eye for the basket-always displayed fight and determma tion-first year on varsity Don Baker Jumor forward-5 ft IO in--a fast and hard drmng player had plenty of scrap Jack Thorpe Senior forward 6 ft injured knee held ham back the first of the season-out standing rebounder-good shot from side-third year on varsity Bob Schulenberg Senior-center-6 ft lk in Old Reliable -had plenty of determination-a good one hand shot-first year on varsity. Ray Bryant Junior-forward-5 ft. ll in.-very fast and a good faker--hard worker-first year on varsity. Tony Brooks Junior-guard-5 ft. IO in.-lacked experience but showed great possibility--has natural eye for the basket. Si Brewer: Junior-guard-5 ft. IOM in.-excel- lent ball handler-played a good floor game- deadly on set shots--first year on varsity. 'f'Se FRONT ROW left to right Sl Brewer Bobby Leet Lewls Smlther Jack Thorpe Teddy Phnllnps Frank Boone SECOND ROW Don Baker Tony Brooks Ray Bryant Bob Sohulenberg Bull Lynam Wally Whltehouse BACK ROW Don Mlllure Manager Mr Adams Coach VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Anchors Opponents Crestwood J Town Manuel Emrnence Shelbyville Carrollton Flaget Valley Okolona Fern Creek J Town Valley Okolona Fern Creek Manuel Faurdale Male Carrollton Flaget Pleasurevnlle Crestwood J Town l24O Total IOO9 N C K C Champlonshnp 70 57 38 42 - 34 46 30 50 ' 30 46 ' 35 53 42 34 59 53 37 63 Fai rdale 44 64 57 56 37 59 - 57 64 53 60 30 69 39 52 42 5l ' 58 54 38 58 49 5 l 63 56 ' ' 46 59 38 43 - 53 FRONT ROW left to rlght Johnny Brewer Bull Goodson Vlctor Meyer Russell Straub Ruch ard Peege Claude Sandl n SECOND ROW Bully Gibson Carl Gayhart Glen Golden Jo-Een Wheele Doc Barnes Gene Murphy THIRD ROW Peter Lanham Bully Veneman Man ager Don Peak Not Plctured Bull Lynam V BASKETBALL SCORES Anchors Opponents Crestwood J Town Manuel Emmence Shelbyvulle Flaget Valley Falrdale Okolona Fern Creek J Town Valley Okolona Fern Creek Manuel Fanrdale Male Flaget Crestwood Tota I 4 J. . 49 14 20 - 28 17 36 38 ' 30 20 ' 35 34 Methodist 20 25 29 25 47 21 ' 20 25 24 25 24 31 - 33 20 38 35 27 28 24 26 36 31 ' 33 27 31 34 32 47 23 578 58 71 1 ,ggi-, on V khan' N ,, xx 1--4-2-.U - ' ' .L 4 - X vwlf-"" th Q? 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Mr, Mitchell At basketball practace Karfefgaf .lam Anc horage Q RESUME Valley J Town Ky Home Falrdale Fern Creek Okolona Fern Creek Okolona Tota I Tournament games Captam Manager Assistant Manager Coach Opponents Sue Wetherby Dorothy Jarvls Jane Beckley Mrs Scalzo FRONT ROW left to rrght Mavis Sandlrn Jeane Nantz Margne Sagester Mrs Scalzo Gma Stevens, Martha Jo Olwer, Sue Wetherby, Carol Ford SECOND ROW Jane Beckley, Sharley Utley, Jackae Tmsley, Anna Loss Steele, Jerry Welgleb, Dorothy Lotze, Mary Kay Phllllps, Dorothy Jarvas I9 20 34 - 5 22 . 23 e. -. 29 ' 14 25 20 20 20 '34 25 ll 13 ' 194 140 'I K - Co-CaptaTrT11111222.11-2-2Z:Jackie Tinsley 75 FRONT ROW Left to Right Martha Jo Olwer Jeane Nant: Gma Stevens ROW TWO Jerry Wesgleb Anna Loss Steele ROW THREE Peggy Camuck Jackne Tlnsley Sue Wetherby OC C el' Hain Mary Ann Haynes Ednth Yunt ROW TWO Duxne Vollertson Sue Wetherby Jackre Tinsley Ruth Pnce Sharkve Utley Phyllis Holloway and Juha Colher 76 FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Barbara Wetherby, Gina Stevens, Martha Jo Oliver, Carol Ford 5,, Myles .1 Q " iri- K r, v If , 5 sl . , Wigs' -0 Q 0' ' Qi h' V , V' 5 J ,, w .xg . 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U .1-"M 3,1 KJ su' rr W Oh h h Donnie' Ladies Auxiliary Sitting Club Tarzan m full d,-655 0154 Whitehouse deep in thought Land Ho' But girls the game must go on 'Sine i Studying? , t.4.. . ?,- Q 1' V' X . if if .,x 1,1 , h., I f'5 Jerry and his family Campusology 'Q !'f"" N vsp- '-f-' Bi i a, fb-.-24' Oh, you silly thing "Notre Dame" wins again ThBf'S all fight J0l1"1, if could happen to the best of us B6 14 Pallas Scfmla Clark Atkins, Superintendent ANCHORAGE,KENTUCKY To the Class of 1950 Anchorage High School Greetings To you who are graduating and who are leaving the Anchorage School your Board offers its sincerest and fondest good wishes for your health and happiness in the coming year Some of you started to school in the first grade at Anchorage Others have spent fewer years with us but we have watched all of you grow physlcally and mature mentally You are no longer children but are new men and women and we must be pardoned for having a feeling of pride as we latch you leave our halls. As men and women you are entering a new phase of your life and to have had a part in preparing you for it has been extremely gratifying. As young Americans you have a great challenge to meet You have a rich heritage which the young people of no other country possess but which is envied by all and which in many parts of the world has created a hatred and an evil deslre to rob you by stealth or by force, so that your way of life and your standard of liv1ng shall not be better than that of those who have never had the will or the courage to create for themselves Do not be misled by those who call themselves friends or even Americans, who would tell you that you have no right to enjoy th1s heritage while there are those in the world who have less Your forefathers by their hard work, resourcefulness and thriftiness, and because of their will to create, and their love for freedom and respect for the indiv1dual, have left in trust for you a great tradition that you will be called upon to protect not only from direct assault, but from Utopian issues and crackpot ideologies If you sit by passively, many of the things that you take so uch for granted and that seem so commonplace will be taken from you You have your task before you and only by diligence, alertness and hard work, can you discharge the great responsibilities that are now your privilege as adults to assume As you close your high school days, the final chapter in the history of the Anchorage High School is being written Our hopes are high that you w111 carry its fine tradi tions with you and help perpetuate them so that all might remember them as an inspira tion In its passing it is our belief that a new school is being born that will take with it, as you do, the best of Anchorage High tion would do next New as graduates, we will follow your careers with no less interest and shall accept with great pride the news of your future achievements Sincerely ANCHORAGE OARD OF ED 0 QQQJ0- Chair BOARD OF EDUCATIQN Peter B Lanham Jr Chemnsn Salas H Brewer Samuel S Caldwell Boyce F Msrtun Sem Gwsthmey Tyler Jr : I As students we have loved you although we sometimes wondered what the 'younger genera- . pyfigiggfig I U n I . . ,.,'.'. 1 . e .'- ,.l BE 3021 Louusvnlle Kentucky COmP"mef1fS Of The Dee A Beauty Shoppe Plehn s Bakery 2905 Brownsboro Road JULIA DEE ATKINS Owner Compluments of e American Saw 81 Tool Company Lyndon Market Lyndon Ky MEL KEELI NG 3823 Frankfort Ave TA 3661 Belmont Cab Inc Specxal Service to ST MATTHEWS and Adjacent Commumty Your Neighborhood Ford Dealer Open Nite and Sunday 3827 Frankfort TA 0353 H6 Chenoweth BE 1151 Farmers 81 Deposltors Bank at St Matthews ls the Best Place To Do Your Banking Lan Tay Turkey Farm Extra Fancy Double Breasted Turkeys Anch 80 I th Bluegrass Ford Co., Inc. I ' , Compliments of SMlTHER'S SUPER MARKET sT. MATTHEWS, KY. Mr. 8a Mrs. L. Smither Compliments of Fanelli and Karlen Gas Station Anch 9107 La Grange Rd Ranch House Drive-In Shelbyvulle and La Grange Road Barbecue Chncken CURB SERVICE ELINE CHEVROLET C0 ALES ERVICE ATISF ACTION INCE 1913 ST MATTHEWS KY Dutch and Joe Lime Spreadmg Water Hauling Crushed Rock Sand Gravel Dart ANCH 693 Let Us Help You SAVE Bank of Middletown A Good Place to Bank y 1 M D P Muddletown Ky Iienluck Central Lnfe and Accudent Insurance Company HOME OFFICE ANCHORAGE KY Over 47 Years of Service to Pollcyowners Dnstruct Offices un All Pranclpal Cmes Kentucky lndlana Pennsylvania West Vnrgmua Delaware and Ohio Pleasant View Dalry Farm All Guernsey Now l1'S Pasteuruzed TA 4882 P V 6322 Anchorage Grocery We Delnver Phone 168 169 CRAFT A J WAGNER Carpenter and Quesenberry Aetna Servlce Statuon Maddletown Ky Anch 9105 E P Carpenter C O A L Quality Fuel Harlan West Vnrgmla and Eastern Kentucky Middletown Ky Anch 9105 of GrAde Groceries - Meats - Vegetables J. A. . . Ashbury Berman Drug Co where prescnptuons and drugs are always furst un our busmess Sr Matthews Ky TA 3630 3639 Reg No 2925 Prescnptlons Called for and Delivered Lewls Grocery Evergreen Ave and Old Henr Road WE DELIVER Phone 742 Middletown Hardware Appliance Company General Hardware Lumber Bunlder Supplnes Maxumum Qualrty Mmlmum Price Complete Lune Meats Vegetables Frozen Foods Middletown Food Market Mlddletown Ky Towne Pharmacy, lnc Your Nelghborhood Drugglst Open Daily 9 AM to 9PM Middletown Ky Anch LYNDON COAL CO MRS EDWARD F BORIE Best Grade of Eastern Ky C0Ul Lump Egg-Oil Treated Stoker Phone Ta 3483 Peterson's Hardware Store HOME APPLIANCES Lumber and General Hardware Mnddletown Ky Anch 2Ol ndarre Fr g danre CALL BElmont 2663 Town and Country Hardware LaGrange Road and Shelbyvnlle Road Houseware Giftware Tools Puttsburg Paints Parma Chews . . . ' Y ' of U. S. 60 Anch. l8 ' l ' , . . 876 .. ' - Fri ' ' i i ' I-letna Dnscrnmlnatmg Morohsts prefer Better Petroleum Products Dolfmgers, Inc Walnut arks Bldg 325 W Loulsvllle Ky Chma Crystal Silver Long s Radio Electronlcs Sales and Servlces Corner of Jeffersontown an Mlddlefown Ky Cantllever and Foot Rest Shoes properly fltted to glve comfort and beauty CANTILEVER BOOT SHOP ARNOLD M HERRON 327 W Walnut St Starks Bldg Jos A Ratterman Plumblng 81 Heatmg lnstallahon and Repamng Phone Anchorage 400 Anchorage Ky - , . . . sl . - . . A Rd. ' d 'ine Shelbyville Rd. -xr f 'Q S X-N N science lndustry commerce government education the arts this country today olfers our hugh school and college graduates unequaled opportunities Go out and win your place' Take over' Make ours a greater nation than ever' LOUISVILLE GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY 5,L,Zx ...J-"U'fw"' 1-Ng, ,..:4 xi its:-g Compliments of Lyndon Ma rkel' Herb Brenner Service Station Bumper to Bumper Service Junction LaGrange and Shelbyville Rd For Dsscrrmmatmg Motorists Phone TA 9158 Night TA 2295 0chsner's Garage Service Road and Wrec M Mule East of St Matthews La Grange Road at Lyndon Ky BE 2922 Puritan's Famous Solvo Cleaning ker Service Mgr R L HUTER Free Pick up and Delivery yy- ' . fx 1 .X J 2 2 Z " A I 1 I I - Y ' I I 1 . . . ' l . . s , - A Kentucky Corporation g A'-V ggi' Y 'WY '-' H N r 43- I em 5 lx ' ' I , I O ' u . H . . . . . , . 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