Goodlettsville High School - Trojan Yearbook (Goodlettsville, TN)

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KTHE' CLASSES u u M l I f Page Nine Page Ten Blau Gffwm Rosnar Cfuzrwalcnr FRED CARNAHAN Has deeds spea lus praises rl dun! 1 1'-lion l 1 s on 1 m zu: 1 lt! umumlc N Lluh 41 n mmul 1 s lm always a gentleman S11 u t xry and Truwurer C lass 8 W u e Prmsl 39 40 41 QPr 38 Intxdmuxals 38 nt Klxsq 41 If dent 413 S1 ience Llub H M1 CAdu1tlhing., Mnnlgall 11 nn IACK ZLITLH1 Blessed IS the man who hath the gm o ma. mg frzends sl crvt xrv md ln .-1-wursr nl L laws V 11 'ru-Qident '49 P1 s-side nt 40 llontlmll '18 W 40 lluptuiul 401 Br-xksthall 'Vlmagu 40 41 W 39 Hi-xtury Lluh Genet and Txezwuru 401 Economicw Klub 41 Gi ' efaldent -111 1 lu 1 lub 38 40 Tennlw L u n '4 40 41 lbuxetlry and Tre Insurer 41 V111 17l8Bld1 nt 1 fVIu Presldc nt 411 L luh Editor of Trojan 3' Ldltol lll 1 hhf ut Txojfux 41 Athletic fljlllllll n mmur 114 41 Sen ur Play Jos LANQFOIQD Hzther and tluther but wlntlwer who 'YIOWS C allutin l+Ilg.,h wc hull my A 1 , , , A-Gi f., I., is Awe.,-g,.-W-. 4- .- H.. 5 ,A " ' V ' V' .' ' . .' A , ,, I . . I ,, , k , . H ... n Prn-I - rf Class, '41, H'. 'luI, 'iixg K. '-"ez 1 . I .', '3 3 "4 - e - U, ll, '2I9: Ill! ,' 'lul, '40 1Vic-1--1"1.ic1'l 1 de 'z ., ' JF. '. A., '38, ' ,' , ' esl- lfi' ' ' .' :lv -al.-,':is,':x9,'41: ,' gs- ' 5 -' ' ,' Q1 ' "' " -' 1 '-' , '- 3 Ra d, '39, 40. '39, '40, '4l. '-113 Sl-nim' Play, Tl-nnls f'lub, 'll. .W z , a " --. - ' I . , '41, i-'e 1 ' . , '. 3 ', 2 , ' 5 ' ' , '. , 'I., ' ' .' 1 1. - 1 1 H-,' ,' 1 K. 1 . G.. '. 3 . 7 , '38-'40 . ---4 ary ' 1 ' : ' 'K ' , ' 'W- lr . - , ' 3 I -- I , ' , 5 , ll l. ..9'. ', ,MHZ in '.' -,M ', I . '39, '-1035 "G" Clul, '38, '39, '40, '41 "- ' ' f . ' Z T ' ' ' 52 '39, '41g I 1- Q., '35, '35, '40, ' lg Q' 1' I ' , '37, Ba. - , '39, 40, 41: F I- bull, '-11: I". F. . Clul. "38, '39, '40, '41. ! l . 4 1 EVELYN RALPH "A quiet tongue shows a wise head." Foreign Language Club, '37, '38, Las Senoritas, '38, '39, Upper Classmen, '39, '40 tSer-retary and Treasurerl, Economics, '40, 41, Intramurals, '37, '39, '40, Staff, '41 fUtility Editorl, Vale-- diutorian. MARGARET Poivrsn Wooo "An intellect of highest worth, a heart of purest gold." Latin Club, '37, 38,, Las Senoritas, '38, 39: Upper Classmen, '39, '40, Library Cluh, '40, 41 tseoretary, '41J, Intramurals, '38, '39, '10, Salu- tatorian. . B. TROUTT "A fine boy, but he needs to grow up a bit." Football, '40, Intramurals, '39, '40, '41, "G" Club, '40, History, '38, K. O. G., '39, History Club, '40, Evonomivs Cluh, '41 fP1'k-!Sld6hf, '41J, Sports Editor of Trojan, '41, Band, '40, Senior Play. ALICE COURTENAY "True as steel." Home Econimics Club, '38, History Club. V101 .lCl'0Il0ITlil'S Uluh, '41, Glen Club, '41, Asst. Editor uf Trojan, '41, Svnior Play. ELIZABETH GARRETT "She is admired most by those who know her l7est.', Class Reporter, 'SRL History Club, 'RX Snort-- tary and Treasurer of Class, '41, Vive-Pre-sirlent of Class, '41, Basketball, '39, '40 fM2l11ilgl'l', 413, Tennis Club, '39, '40, '41 1Prs'Sidvnt, '40, 411: Intramurals, '38, '39, '40, '41, Los Sonoritas, '39, Glvv l'luh, '38, '39 tllri-side-nt, '40, '-Ill: 'Busim-ss Manager of 1941 Annual, D. A. R. Mn-dzilisl, Si-ninr Play, llit and Ituu Vluh, '41. BURNEY BOND "Smash 'em, bust 'emg tharfs his custom." Pri-sidvnt of Class, '38, Cheerleader, '39, 40, Tvnnis Fluh, '39, '-10, '41, F. F. A., '38, '249. '40, '-ll, Intramurals, '38, '39, '40, '41, Se-ninr Play. PAUL SCHLEICHER "Still water 'runs deep." of Class, '40, Baseball, '39, '-lll, '-11 tAsst, Vaptain, ',l1J, History 4'lub, '38, K. 0, G,, '39 KS'-r-1-4-tary and 'l'rv:tsururJ, History Club, '40, Library Club, '41, "G" Club, '38, '39, '40, '41, Intramurals, '38, '39, '40, '41, Athletirr Council, '38, '-10. TEMESIA DILLEHA "A 'rare compound of jollity, frolic, and fun." History Club, '38, Library Club, '41, Las Seno- ritas, '39, Upper Plassrnen, '49, Intramurals, '38, '39, '-10, Glam- Club, '38, '39, '40 '41 ivive- President, '415: Home Et-onomivs, Future Farm- er Play, Junior Play, Se-niur Play, Class Editor of 1 94 1 Annual. L Ze. -v , -7 Page Eleven ,. 5.3, .1 I fi Page Twelve -.-qw r gf' .gmflp W- ,' 'E "if , Li ,le ' HELEN ROBERTSON "Who's who? What's what? Ask Buck." Basketball, '38, '39, '40 fAssistant Manager, '41l: Home Economies Club, '38 i'1'reusurerJ, Las Senorltas, '39, History Club, '40 fPl't2Sld9!llJI Llhrary Club, '41 qTreasurerJ, Glee Club, '38, '39 1Preside-nt, '-417: "G" Club, '38, '39, '40, '412 lntramurals, '38, '39, '40, '41, Athletic Council, '38, '39, '40, '41, Irish Queen, '40, Athletic Queen, '40, Uhoer Leader, '39, '40, Tennis Club, '39, '40, '41, MARSHALL COLE "Every inch an athlete." Football, '38, '39, '40 lAlternzttc Captain, '40l, Baskm-tlmll, '38, '39, '40 fcltlltlilll, '40J, Baseball, '38, '30, '40 fCo.ptaln '40J, Peps Literary Society, '36, "G" Club, '38, '39, '40 QI-Wesldent, '40l: Intrmnurals, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40, Athletic Coun- vll, '37, '39. MARY ELLEN PARRISH "Naughty but nice." History Club, '38, '40, Las St-noritus, '39, Ecu- nomlcs Club. '41, Glee Club, '36, '39, Intru- muruls, '38, '39, '40, '41, Senior Play. BOE GALBEEATH "As strong a link in friendships chain as "ever bound together." Football, '40, lfuturl- Farm:-rs of America, '37, '38, '39, '40, '41 Vive-President Sm-iencc Club, '37, '38, Intrmnurals, '37, '38, '39, '41. DOUGLAS SLATER "He kept his counsel and went his way.' F. F. A., '37, '38, '30, '40 fReporter, '40, '41JC Sclenmw Club, '37, '38, Baseball, '40, '41, Intra- murals, '39, '40. ANNE RAWLS "She looks so meek, and is not meek at all." Bell High Schools, Adams, '38, '39, Basketball, '41, Upper-classnmen, '40, Tibbs Tollers, '41, "G" Vluh, '41, Intramurals, '40, '41, Senior Play. ANNE LANKFORD "1 stand at the brink of a great career. Will somebody please shove me off?" Vlce-President of Class, '38, Future Fztrxxwr Queen, '40, Bstsketlmall, '38, '39, 40, '41 033.11- tnin, '41J, Intramurals, '38, '39, '40, '41, Las Ss-noritas Cluh, '39, Science Club, '38, Hlstory Club, '40, Economics Club, '41, Glee Club, '38, '39, Cheer Leader, '41, "G" Club, '38, '39, '40, '41. ALBERT COLLINS "Going, going, gone!" Football, '38, "G" Club, '38, '39, '40, '41: F. F. A., '37, '38, '39, '40, '41, Science Club, '37, Pet Literary Society, '36, Intramurals, '36, '37, '38, '39, '40, Junior Play. LADYE FRANCES DRAKE I haven t been to a dance or over two ays Now Football Queen 37 Home Lconomxcs Club .38 ee 39 It-S Scnor1taS .39 Eco l10Ill1l5ClUb 41 Hxstorv Llub 40 S4-n1mPldy GEORGE CUFFMAN God bless the man who first mvented sleep 1.111 Lluh 37 lx 9 Hutulg. Llub I notb mll SUE CURTIS A wrnnmg way a pleasant smzle ukmlball 38 4 41 Hlht0lN Clu lu 'wcnoutms 40 Lconoxuub Lluh 41 Intxl. mm mls JACS GALBRLATH Two brown eyes romance utulm If umub 38 41 Slunce C u n 1 unux mls .58 EVELYNI JOYNER Loyal just and uprrght I Ill lluh 30 3 Upper Clas-Snlell luv Club cc nr 1 lmux lla 9 ERNEST CLARK Greater men than I have lived but I doubt oothftll 40 Forexgn Lfmguwgc- 38 H1it0l5 xlr x L1 Int! L 1'HUl'll9 JEAN RUSSELL Blue eyes hair o gold and a smile that worft come o . nu Pont, I , '.. ' 3 L'l1l'2il'y' C b, ' 4Prv.si- dent '40J' Cheerleader 41' "C Club '40g Intru- murals, '4 1: Red Cross Queen. MARIAN HITT Practice ma es a s illed wor man. -. F. A. ' '. '40 '4lg Intramurals, ' , ': , 31" 'lb-M... Page Thirteen IIIIIQL' l'v0lIYH,'L'7I yi . .!3 'sw . v .4 1 Doms FERGUSON "Noi how much, but how good." Du Pont High Sm-honl, '36-N103 l.ilu':u'y Clul '41: Latin Club, '39, '40. NORMA PUGH "She came unheard and silently went away. Hnnu- E4-fmumivs Club, '38, Library Club, '39 istory f"Iuh, '-10: Ec-onmnlm-s Club, '-41. f 1 DORIS SANDERS "I love not man, he is too simple." Library Vlub, T283 Las Svnorilns, '393 Intrn murals, '38, '39, '40, '41, DOROTHY KEMPER "From her lips smooth elocution flows." lllllll9 Emmonlii-s Uluh, '38, '39 fVic-e-l"rn-sidn-ntl I u l Ilmwr Ulnsslun-n, 'Ally Tlbbs 'l'nil1-rs, 'fllg Fur- vn:-:iz-, '38, '39. Doaoruv DEAN "Wise, fair and true." Hmmm- Ea-onomivs Club. '38, T193 llistnry Club '-103 Er-nnomivs Cluh, '41. CIiClLli ,IACKSON "Happy thou art." Forunslr-. '37, '38, Home E1'nno1nin's Vlub, '38 lX'i1-m--l'1'vsid4-utj3 History l'lub, 'llilp l.ilu'zn'y ' 1, '41, lntralnlui-ails, '-11. JANHLLA GREER "A winning way, a pleasant smile." Library Vlulr, '41, Glen Club, '37, '41: liznin Vlub, '38, llistory Club, '38, Illll'HlllUl'1llS, '38, VIDA KNIGHT "She is tall and stately-who loves a :lumpy WOTHGT1. ollevue. '37, '38, '39: Basketball, '41: Latin P Club. '40: Library Club, '41: "G" Club, '41, Intrmnurals, '41, Senior Play. 1 .1 u Mrtmuzn Mmcnrr "This world is my .country and to do good is my religion." Science Club, '38, Home Economics Club, '38: Upper Classmen, '40, Economics Club, '41, MARY MILLER I "Silence is more musical than any song." Home Economics Club, '38, '39, History Club, '40, Economics Club, -'41, Intramurals, '38, '39. EVELYN BOWLING "The best things on earth are done up in small packages." Home Economics Club, '37, Latin Club, '39, '40: ' Library Club, '40, '41. ANNIE CARTWRIGHT "Lord, what fools these monals be." Gallatin High, '35, 38: Home Economics Club. '38, '39: Baxter Seminary, '39, '40, Goodletts- ville High, Economics Club, '40, '41. RUTH Bowuuc "She's little, but oh my!" Greenbrier High School, '37, '38, '39, Basket- ball, '41: Upper Classmen, '40, Economics Club. '41, Intramurals, '39, '40, '41. - Blame THOMAS "Silence is a good motto." Latin Club, '39, '40, Library Club, '40, '41, o Page Fifteen Name JENNIE BRODIE ANDERSON--- LEMUEL BURNEY BOND ..... EVELYN TATE BOWLING ..... MINNIE RUTH BOWLING ..... CLASS Nickname J. B. ........ . .Speedy ...... -' .Tater ........ Battleship .... FRED BASCUM CARNAHAN---.Fred, Jr.-- ROBERT BAKER CARTWRIGHT- ANNIE CARTWRIGI-IT -- ..... ERNEST RAY CLARKE .... --- .Moonbeams---" .Betty ...... .Sleepy ..... st si Favorite Expressions Eh, Ann?" ................. Where's Ann?" ............. Well, Genftlefmen' ......... - Shucksn ................... "Now listen" .............. -- MARSHALL HENDERSON COLE.Buck ........ .nSUl'C, Helen!" ............... ALICE MARIE COURTENAY---.Al .......... f' GEORGE DANIEL CUFFMAN--.CUEy ........ ' Gosh! .................... 'I don't believe ANNA SUE CURTIS- .... ----.Suzy ....... -J' DOROTHY LOUISE DEAN ..... .Dot .... -- TEMESIA BRNESTYNE DIL'LEHA.Mena ........ ' LADYE FRANCES DRAKE ..... -. VICTOR HAROLD ELLIs------ EUGENE RAY GALEREATH---.Jack ...... --- DORIS EUGENE FERGUSON---. ROBERT ROY GALBREATH .... .B ELIZABETH VIRGINIA GARRETT JANELLA LORENE GREER ..... MARIAN RAY HITT ......,,., MULLY CECILE JACKSON ..... EVELYN LOUISE JOYNER ..... DOROTHY RUTH KEMPER--- ANNE ELIZABETH LANGEORD- JOE REEsE LANGEORD ....... MILDRED FRANCES MIDGETT-- MARY KATHERINE MILLER--- VIDA KNIGHT ,--,,, ------- MARY ELLEN PARRISH --.- NORMA PUGH --.------- EVELYN LUGYLE RALPH-- HELEN BANKS ROBERTSON JEAN RUSSELL --------- DORIS LEE SANDERS --.-. PAUL SCHLEICHER .-.- DOUGLAS SLATER -----.- BIRDIE DEAN THOMAS--- JAMES BAILEY TROUTT--- .Vic --------. - ob .--.--- .Vanilla ------ . .Scizzcle ---- .Sister -------- ' ' -.Dot --------- ," .Tugboat ----- -" .Breezy ...-.-- " .Sis --------- -Rather childish, don't Ladye ------- ." Dolly ----,-.- ' .Liz ------- -- I know, Miss Lands' O'Goshen" -..----.-.- 'Ohl for the life of a sailOr"--- Have you gotten your English" Hobby -Living and larnin' .... ........ -Having wrecks .-............. -Studying -----.-...... ....-. -Talking --.-..-.... -..-...-- -Going on Ag. trips -.......... - -Trying to carry Litton girls home -Reading -----... -- ---...-.- -Flirting -...... .....--.--- - - .Athletics ----........ ....--- -Riding bicycles ...- - ......-.- You got me there --....... --- Chambers." Good night" --.------------- -Playing ping-pong ...-....-.- - "Take it easy" -.-------------. Making 90's in English ------ -- 'Oh, Mr. Tune" ---------.-.- -Horseback riding ...........- - Gad!" ---- L ---------------- Dancing and dating .-........ - "Dorf: be bashfuln --------.--. Living room palmistry with Dixie "Oh! me" ------------..-..-.. S tamp collecting ...-.-- ---- 'NOrma, we're late" ----- ----Conversing and talking it over with Mary and Mildred .--.-- "Two to one" ---------.--..- -Farming -.......-...---- ---- "Y0u're a bird" --------.-..-.- Swimming and tennis ---.---- -- "Sure" -----------------.-.- -Baking cakes --...... ,. ..--- -- "Shucks" -------------.--.-.. .Farming .-..--- --- ------ -- .Hit ........ - --f'My goodness"---- Well, goodnight" -----.----.- Oh, goodness" --.---..----.. Oh, my gorsh" .--.------.-.. You know anything?" .Kat- -.--- ---.LIsten, Dot!" ---- --- -Working, studying English -..-- -Sewin g ---..... ......-- ----- -Public speaking --..--.. ....- -Playing basketball --- -- -Playing baseball ........ -..-. you think?"Going places -.-.-.-..-.... -- -Arguing .-.......... ........ .Holy -------- ."Well, Miss Chambers" ........ .Basketball ...-.------ ----- - - .Giraffe .-----. "Oh! I don't know" ------.-... Sleeping ......-..-.------- -- .Normie ------ ."Our bus was late" ------------ Playing badmint0n ..------- -- .Kid --------- . I have it" .------.------.---. Studying .-...........-.-- - ,Shorty ------- "Come on, Buck" -.----------- Copying --................ -- ,Curly --.--- -"Where's Joe?" --------------- Giggling ---....... -- Big Stuff ----- "You asked for it" -------.---- Laughing and Singing ......- -- Abernathy ---. "You dOn't know nothing" ---- -Making eyes .............. -- .Doug -----.-- "I reckon so" ----------------- Giving ideas ---...-....... -.- .Easy ------- ' -."All right" ------------------- Doing everything right ...--. -- .Troutie ------ . Hi, Kid!" ----------.-------- Playing football .--......... - "Well, imagine that" --.------- Going to shows -.---.---..- -- MARGARET PORTER WOOD---,Shorty ----. ..- IOHN RANSOM ZEITLER ----. Page Sixteen Zeke --.- "One never knows, does One?"---Working on the Annual----- CHARACTERISTICS Chief Occupation Planning a future home ......... .. Auditorium ...... Where Found Who With --- .... ."The Margarets and the Evelyns Wooing young girls ............. In his car ..........-. -.-- . Nancy Lyon --------------- - Looking for something to do ..... .History room ...-... -.-- .B irdie ------- ---- To make the basketball squad ..... Girls' dressing room --- .... Anybody ---- Hitchfhiking home ............. .At the fair .........- .... A rm ---------- --- Trying to make wisecracks ....... .Band practice ......-. -- ..-. .J2iClC and B- ---- ----- Gabbing ................ .... A uditorium ..... ............ A udrey ------- Getting English ............... ,Old Center ....... .......... C arl and Fred -------- Trying to evade the issue ........ .Robertson Ridge .......... .... . Helen, 6tC- .----------- Working at Felds ........ .... A round and about .... ..-..... . Temesia ----- -- Getting kicked out of class ....... ,Utopia ......... ....... E rrlest ----- --- Talking ...................... .History room ........ ...... .A nn ..---.--------- Washing dishes ............... Front hall .......... .... .M ary and Mildred ----- Seeing the "Vols" play baseball---.Mr. Tune's room --,, ,.-. . Liz, Ladye and Alice-- Sneezing in class ............... Auditorium .......... .... . Liz -------------- ----- Gabbing ..................... .On the Dixie line ..... .... D ixie -- ------------- -- Keeping the path to Nellds hot---.Hitt's house ........... .... . Burke .... ----- ---- - - - Washing dishes ........,..,,,. ,Baker's Station .... ...-. .... . N Orma --- Scuflling with Miller and Moss ,... Ag, room ....... - ............ I oe and Moss .... ----- Keeping advance dates straight .... .Everywhere ............--...--- A Certain crowd --- H0lding down Union Hill ....... .'36 Dodge ..... ............ .A nybody ----.- Tilling the soil .............,... ,F. F, A. room .................. F. F. A. b0yS .-..-.------- Working in Library ...,,,.,,..,. Getting by in English ........... Making preparations for later life-- Passing Enghsh ,,-,,,,,,,- -,-- Keeping roads to Gallatin hot ----- .Library ------ ---------..-.... Any old place --.-- .---....-... -.Clara -----.-.. ......----- - - -Evelyn, Ralph and Margaret -.-- -Audltorlum -----,-- .....-.---- - Vida and Ruth BOWlll'lg ---.. .Gym ---................. ...- .Around --- Talking ...-...--..---.-.--- --Front hall --- Laughing ---------- ---- . Front hall --- Playing basketball -- ---- Everywhere ---- Staying out late ----- ---- . History room ---- Studying chemistry ---- ---- . Baker's Station ---- Making high grades ---- ---- Keeping up with Buck ----- ---- .Anywhere ..--....-. -..- .Radiator or Puckett's Leading cheers - -.----------- --Dark corners Pestering somebody ---.-------- Going home ------- --.------ Lolling around ---------------- Studying hard .---------------- Trying to keep out of study hall-- Reading and playing the piano ---- Going to Orlinda -------- ------- -.Fred ----..... --.-----. ----.Jean ------------ - -Mary and Dot ----- -Mildred and Dot ----- ----Dot Kemper ------ -An ne Rawls ----- .-...--- -Mable Slater --...-- ....... -Buck or Richard --..-.....-.. -Ioe -------- .---..-...-....- ,Everywhere -- -----------.----- .Helen Porter ......--- .- ---- -- .At Billyls ........- Ag. room -----....-. - ...-. - .History room ----- -Auditorium ---- Donelson ---- .Everywhere -- -B. S. --.------ -Marion ------------ -Evelyn Bowling -------- ----.Robert or Mary Ethel---- ----.Evelyn Ralph --------- -Anyone or anybody ---- Page Sefuemr c ll Evelyn Joyner and Margaret ---- 'Hifi' fff,QblCL'l1 , 1 N, -,,,-, 1- -- U in .N 12 '. an H ef' ' f- 11-.1 Q-'fi if ,f7lQrf?t4lf?7i:-:f3E:4 4? La- rffifnilil fi' 1? 'f J, .' , : I , 4 ' . .+A-Qfuw-ds6a?,9L'm1-tvs-'?':i-'J-A, . - V.-1.-.. e"-1B'L:L40-"5' '11 '---M -' '3""' 4 1 1 In i -an gfffw Taking it easy . . . Burney . . . junior Sponsor . . . Cutie . . . Mary Ellen and Burney . . . That pair again . . . Have a bite . . . "Ike" . . . Chums . . . New step? . . . Bow tie, where,s Cartwright? . . . Amigos . . . Secretary . . . Valedictorian School's out . . . M. C. C .... Study hall. 'VX 1 edearfalnofgaenfd 1940 Sept. 4-At 8:30 we officially started the school year of 194041. Football practice starts today. Sept. 7-We start to work in earnest . . . Bright year looms ahead. Sept. 9-We welcome Coach Bubber Murphy baik, who has been away playing pro base' ba . Sept. 13-Elected class officers today. Robert Cartwright elected to serve as President of the Senior Class . . . Trojan Staff was also elected, jack Zeitler Editor for this year. Sept. 27-Clarsville vs. Goodlettsville--a much lookedfforward-to event by the Trojans. The boys played heroic ball against a strong Wilde cat team, losing 26'0. Had a fine supper after the game at Merchant Cafe-I think of salt shakers. How about it, boys? Sept. 30-We have our first monthly test. Oh! I hope, I hope, I hope! Oct. 4-Trojan break in winning column. Lick Cumberland 20-0. Three straight home games. Oct. 8-Memorable occasion for Seniorsg started reading Macbeth-so easyg requires no study' ing. "juniors please take notice." Oct. ll-Led by Buck Cole, Trojans win game number 2. Beat Hillsboro 26'6. Cole made AllfCity. Oct. 16-Holiday. Registration day for Uncle Sam at school. Oct. 18-Trojans swamp Mt. Iuliet 20'6. Moss made All'City. Oct. 24-Antioch Bears trim highfspirited Tro' jans. We just could not get clicking. Oct. 29-Second month's test. Oct. 31-Debate in Assembly-Willkie vs. Roosevelt. Willkie won . . . this one. Nov. l--Open date for football. Nov. 5'-Election returns-Roosevelt swamps Willkie. Nov. 6f9-Intramural softball--Junior boys', Senior girls' champs. Nov. 8--Trojans humble Dons l3e7 at Don- elson. 1 Nov. 9--Future Farmer boys attend National Convention, Kansas City. Nov. 15'-On this cold day our boys tied a strongly favored Bellevue team, 7'7, at Belle' vue. It was unquestionably the best game of the year. We outclassed them the whole game. Fine work, boys. Nov. 18-Basketball practice starts today. Very enjoyable weiner roast given by Jack Zeitler and Buck Cole for football boys and dates at Ridgetop Lake. Nov. 21, 22--Intramural football. Seniors crowned champs. Nov. 22-Seniors present Autumn Festival in gym. Crowd was light, but we all had an enjoyable time. Nov. 28-First basketball game with Alumni. Boys lost 4243. Girls won 4O'l4. Nov. 28, 29--Thanksgiving holidays. A Dec. 3-We arrived at school and found the stoker out of order. All students welcome the holiday. Dec. 6--Du Pont beats Trojans twice: Boys, 22495 girls, 30'l4. Dec. 12--Future Farmers and Home Economics Departments put on Barn Warming in gym. A nice social. Dec. 19-Boys and girls play P.-T. A. and business men. A very amusing game. Dec. 20-Last day of school for 1940. Christ- mas holidays start tomorrow, which we are all looking forward to eagerly. I hope you have been good boys and girls, and I know Santa Claus won't forget you. 1941 Ian. 6-Back to school-darn it! Ian. 16-Midfterm exams start today. Best of luck, pals! Ian. 20-President Roosevelt's inauguration heard in assembly. Ian. 23-It is with much regret that we learn of the death of the mother of our beloved principal, Mr. Lowe. jan. 29-junior Play, "Young and Lively," pref sented with great success. Feb. 14-Valentine Day-"Dan Cupid's Day." Feb. 20-"Pandora," an operetta, presented in the auditorium b Grammar School. Feb. 21-Basketballl Our gals tied Du Pont 35'-35 in a hard fougtt battle. We regret this as the championship was at stake. Tough luck, girls. Good luck for '41-'42, Feb. 27-Tournament. Boys beaten by Du Pont 29f23. Our girls who were ceded fourth lost 26'22 to Bellevue. March 1-Du Pont girls and Litton boys win tournament. March 6'7-Basketball. Class tournament. Sen' ior boys and girls carry off top honors. March 13-Athletic banquet in the gym. "G" Club presented Coach Murphy with a lovely fountain pen as a token of their appreciation. March 14-Coach left today to go in training to play baseball with the "Little Giants" of jersey City, N. I. March 19-A most delightful concert was given in the auditorium by the chorus of Tennessee College of Murfreesboro, Tenn. All students, both boys and girls, are set on going to col- lege at Murfreesboro. April 4-Trojans lose baseball opener to Du Pont l2'6. April 6-Papers were sold for Junior League Cripple Children's Home this morning. April 7-Mule Day. That's strangeg saw only a few from school. I wonder why. Couldn't be an O? Or could it? April 9-The Grammar School was host to the Senior Class at a most delectable luncheon. Such a repast! Thanks, pals! Oh man! April 18-Band goes to Murfreesboro to ar- ticipate in Middle Tennessee Band Festivall May 1-Senior Play, "Bachelor's Choice," put on in High School Auditorium. May 16-junior-Senior Banquet. May 18-Baccalaureate Sermon. May 19, 20, 21-Final Exams. May 22-Graduation. May 23-Last day of school. So long. Page Nineteen Page Twenty WAa'4 Wim Most Popular JACK ZEITLER ......... ,....,,,.,,,,-,. -,-,-, , ELIZABETH GARRETT ................ ,,,....,,, Most Versatile Most Stylish Friendliest Most Popular Most Versatile Most Stylish HELEN ROBERTSON ........................ ---Gunn MARSHALL COLE ........................... --Besr Athlete Cutest ROBERT CARTWRIGHT ........................ .-.Mass Szudious Most Likely to Succeed JEAN RUSSELL ............................... Fvie-ndliest FRANCES DRAKE .............. Q .............. -Prectiest FRED CARNAHAN ............. ............... Most Handsome Neatest DOUGLAS SLATER ............................. Wittiest ALICE COURTENAY-- -------------------------.Neatest Evnum RALPH ........ ............ .......... . M ost Srudious ANNE LANKFORD ......... ........... -... ...- Most Likely to Succeed -Best Athlete Wittiest DORIS SANDERS ........ ....-.-..-..--. ------- - l .I Glau ff In the crystal ball I look to see Where ten years hence this class will be, What will happen to hopes and dreams- The lovers, scholars and school-day teams. A mumbo jumbo glumbo frumg Look closely now, for here they come. Ah, now who can this be coming near, With face and hearing of an engineer, It's-yes, Robert Cartwright hammering away On the bridges which he said he'd build some dayg And out of the mist Jack Zeitler strolls, But the mist conceals its mystic scrolls, It covers his career, so I must stopg I can only see that he's in Ridgetop. Fred Carnahan is the next to appearg On his arm Ann Lankford l see quite clear. We all believed this would happen some day. Ah, yes, but now they have turned away. Buck and Helen now come into view, Still having fun like they used to do. New York City then looms before me, And suddenly I am able to see Evelyn Ralph in a high sky scraper, Surrounded by books and iles and paper, She's bookkeeper for a large company, Happy, successful and fair is she. Evelyn Bowling is also working there As stenographer to Mr. Re Vaire. Her life is interesting, stylish and gay, With lots of work and lots of play. In a smart dress shoppe on Fifth Avenue, Miss Dorris Sanders decides the line and hue That Madam will wear this Spring and Fall, For her authority is respected by all. Liz and Lady in the old home town still, Sit chatting about happ'nings in Goodlettsville, Liz's son wants to go to college out West, And Lady's daughter has just won a beauty contest. Vida is coaching Goodlettsville girls this year, And Senior English is taught by Miss Greer, Yes, and her engagement was announced today, He's very handsome and very rich, so they say. Burney Bond has invented a new gadget Which makes learning stick in one's head like , magic. Alice Courtenay moved into her new home last weekg lt's furnished beautifully-all in teake. Ah, but there's Lady rising to go, So I guess we just as well beat it also. The next scene which flashes on the crystal ball Shows just exactly what has happened to Paul. He paces the floor with paternal pride and charm, With a small pink blanket draped on his arm. KP. S.-It must be after midnightj And here's Sue Curtis dressed all in white Helping humanity day and night, ' As head nurse in a famous clinic, Cheerfully relieving pain and panic. Mary Miller too is a graduate nurse, Some patients she cures, but she makes none worse. Lecturing in schools the country o'er Is Mildred Midgett teaching facts galore. I. B. Troutt, a man of wealth and zest, Has made gobs of money in oil out West. Into Hollywood my nosy crystal goes To spy upon classmates here disposed. Mary Ellen, best stylist in town, Decides how to ornament one"s crown. A style commentator is Margaret Porter Wood, Telling what you shouldn't wear and stressing what you should. Temesia Dilleha is a famous singin star, Thrilling millions of fans near and far. Praised ever is the beauty of Dorothy Dean, Whose pictures make the covers of modern magazines. The crystal leaves Hollywood far behind. I wonder what others it will find. It flashes inside a transport plane, And reveals Goodlettsville's Torchy Blaneg It's Dorothy Kemper of the New York Star Reporting murders, politics and war. And on this very same plane is posted Birdie Thomas, a cute little hostess. Many miles away from these two classmates, Other members of our class and their lives await. There's Evelyn Joyner happily teaching school, Teaching readin' and ritin' and the golden rules. On experiment farms the country o'er, Mr. Crowe's class is represented by four. There's Douglas and Albert, Bob and lack, Making plants yield more and land less slac. Joe Langford is playing professional baseball, And Ed Dunn will coach football again this Fall. Ruth Bowling is a competent secretary, And Cecil works in the Congressional Library. A private secretary is Norma Pughg Yes, and Doris Ferguson is one too. Annie Cartwright's a milliner in gay Pareeg Jane Anderson is married and a mother of three. Ernest Clarke, an instructor in an aircraft school, Is informed on the use of print and tool. He teaches men to make motors for aeroplanes Which'crowd the modern American air lanes. Mr. Tune and .Victor Ellis are in the army now: Ann Rawls is an army nurse-and how! Mr. Tune looks sick, tired and pale, Carft somebody get him out on bail. Thus has been revealed by my crystal ball The lives and fortunes of one and all. Of our dear classmates in the years to be, Is it a true revelation? We'll wait and see. -jean Russell. Page T-wenty-one Q 2 W mm 5 .. 1 ,. fav' 4 'H--w....,,,,,,n,,,,, mmf' Q, .fa,1',?z,f Du Y, lla -- my viii! . 'Y I .ggi A: Q , fikix- V- ......,...., --- -...An-al. ., Jw :lu l n T J x .vf NC! 6 ,vwwffvvf F2 ., 7 ezffigfa' Ak . --' :JMR 1' Navy, 01644 On a balmy day in September, 1937 approximately ninety superby intelligewq freshmen entered upon the premises of secondary education. Amid confusi Miss Helen Robinson was elected Sponsor. Burney Bond was elected to lead us through this irst eventful year. He was assisted by VicefPresident Ann Langford. and Paul Schleicher as Secretary and Treasurer. Frances Drake was elected Football Queen of 1938. This recordfbreaking freshman class wound up the year in astounding fashion by cinching third place in the inter-class contest. , The following year the Sophomore Class was under the sponsorship of Miss Mary Butler Boyd. Paul Schleicher was named Presidentg VicefPresident was Jack Zeitlerg Secretary and Treasurer was Elizabeth Garrett. During this year our ranks were sadly diminished, but we held our own by cinching traditional third place in the interfclass contest. As upperfclassmen prepared for a great year, we started with Mr. Capps as our Sponsorg jack Zeitler was President, Elizabeth Garrett was Vice'President, and Paul Schleicher was Secretary and Treasurer. In March, Mr. Capps departed and Miss Tibbs was elected his successor. On the "Ides" of March we rang the bell with a very successful Irish Fair. With the proceeds which were derived from this event we entertained, the Seniors. This year we rose to second place in the interfclass contest, losing first place by a mere fifteen points. The junior year was climaxed by a gala outing at Cedar Forest on May 24. The outing was tabbed a great and enjoyable success and a good time was had by all. Our final year was entered upon with high hopes of this being our most successful one. With due consideration, Mr. Tune was elected Sponsorg Robert Cartwright was Presidentg Fred Carnahan was VicefPresident, and Jack Zeitler was Secretary and Treasurer. This class published the most complete and finest annual in the history of the school under the leadership of jack Zeitler as Editor and other members of the staff. The Seniors presented "Bachelor's Choice" on May 1. The play was put over in a fine fashion and was tabbed a great success. A Senior of the Class of '41 could be identified by a small green book known as "Literature and l..ife'Book IV." As we close our senior year with regret and a brighter outlook on life, it is the wish of each Senior, of the Faculty and coming Classes at Goodlettsville High School that the school may continue its upward trend. It is the wish of each and every Senior to bid all an affectionate farewell. ALICE COURTENAY. 'a Page Twenty-tlaree t"k , Page Twenty-four 6244 Wall On thrs the 15th day of May 1941 we the Senror Class of Goodlettsvrlle County of Davrdson State of lennessee do hereby deem thrs to be our last wrll and testament whereby we leave our wrsdom and drstrnctrve trarts to those who wrll follow rn our footsteps To the Faculty who by therr patrence and endurrng understandrng have rendered us a real and rnvaluable setvrce we bequeath our srncere apprecratron and heart felt gratrtude To the Freshmen we leave every partrcle of Spearmrnt and Dentyne to be found under the desks of the school To the Sophomores we leave the wrll to wrn whrch so characterrzed the valrant Senror Class of thrs year To Uncle jeff who has served us all wrth frdelrty and srncerrty we leave our thanks and best wrshes for a happy future To the Iunrors the followrng bequests are made Ladye Frances Drake wrlls her borsterous sneeze to Anne Coggrns James Barley Troutt bestows hrs manly physrque upon Irm Bmkley Alrce Courtenay leaves a certarn Red Cherry to Edna Schlercher Ernest Clarke leaves hrs excellent chorce of the farrer sex to Hugh Martrn Mary Ellen Parrrsh wrlls her grddy gab to any one who falls for rt Buck Cole leave hrs athletrc adeptness to Donald Huilines Elrzabeth Garrett bestows her popularrty upon Ollrne Drckens jack Zertler wrlls hrs edrtorshrp of the staff to Carl Hall Sue Curtrs leaves her crrmson blush to Rachel Johnson Fred Carnahan leaves the F F A gavel to J B jackson Vrda Knrght leaves her Southern drawl to Ruth Head Temesra Drlleha wrlls her leadershrp rn the Glee Club to Allrne Trdwell joe Lankfo d leaves ha end posrtron to Doc Fentress Dorrs Ferguson and Norma Pugh wrll therr tardmess rn hrstory to Mary Nelle Suggs and jean Russell leaves her lrght brown harr to Edrth Hrtt Morrrs Grayson leaves hrs abrlrty to get along wrth people to Mendell Cherry Dorrrs Sanders leaves her glamorous hgure to Marjorre Myers Helen Robertson bestows her swrng wrth the men upon Ruth Martrn Bob Galbreath and Marron Hrtt leave therr love for Ag to Robert Stephens Anne Rawls wrlls her posrtron on thc basketball team to Clara Zumbro Dorothy Dean Mrldred Mrdgett and Mary Mrller leave therr amrable companronshrp to Margaret Burton and juanrta Burnett Annre Cartwrrght leaves her hate of erasers to Audrey jackson Vrctor Ellrs wrlls anythmg hes got rf anythmg to anybody who wants rt jane Anderson wrlls her Itrsh smrle to Hazel Cullman Burney Bond leaves hrs way wrth the women to Brll Smrley Anne Lankford leaves her abrlrty rn sports to Cleo Hall To Walter Mrdgett Jack Galbreath bequeaths hrs Northern way of talkrng Evelyn Bowlrng and Bertre Thomas bestow upon Dell Adams and Merrrll Bachman tlrcrr quret atttrtude Evelyn Ralph Margaret Wood and Evelyn Joyner bequeath therr role of the Three Mus keteers to Mary Dunn Joyce Dale and Bernrce Cherry Doug Slater leaves hrs baseball abrlrty to Roger Lee Coward Janella Greer bestows upon Chrrstrne Ferguson her rntense love for the srlver screen Paul Schlercher leaves hrs posrtron as No 1 rrde thumber to Fred Sanders Ruth Bowlrng bestows upon Martha Wrllramson her knee actron rn basketball Cecrl Jackson wrlls her posrtron rn the Lrbrary to Gladys Hrcks Albert Collrns leaves hrs rrch barrtone vorce to Joe Stafford Dorothy Kemper leaves her drowsy ways to Vrrgrnra Locke Yours truly wrlls the Presrdency of the Senror Class to Ioe Mrller As Jornt executors of our last wrll and testament we hereby name Wrllram Tune and Uncle Sam as long as they both are partners rn a common cause After due allirmatron before witnesses of extreme drstrnctron we do hereby solemnly seal thrs manuscrrpt rn the hope that years hence rt wrll serve rts purpose of recallrng some of the fond memorres of our Alma Mater Rosnru' Czrrrrwrucnr I I I I I V. I . A I I 9 Y ' l 9 I I r-1 I ' I ' 1 I ,, 2 ' ' Y , ! I , : . 1 1 hh 11 I I : r' ' ' . Lela Waggener. 9 s ' . . . s s Q s . I - 3 1 ' , . s 9 I " , . f I JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS MARY PULLIAM DUNN .........................,..S..........H,............. Prendem MENDFLL CHERRY ..........................H....,......,...,......,... Vice Prendem MARCARET BURTON ..........................,......S.......,.. Secretary and Treaaurer BILL SNIILEY .............................................. ,- ........ Sergeant at Arms MILDRED TIBBS ....................... ........,..... .......R...,-..,...... S p umm CLASS ROLL N.iNNlE DELL ADANIS MERRILL VIRGINIA BAC1-IRIAN ESTHER BETTYE BAKER HERBERT BENNETT JL'ANITA BLTRNETT MARGARET BURTON BERNICE CHERRY H.NROLD MENDELL CHERRY ,ANN COGGINS ROGER LEE COWARD HAZEL CUFFMAN JOYCE DALE OLLINE PALMER DICKENS MARY PLTLLIAM DUNN CHRISTINE FERGUSON CARL RAY HALL CLEO ELSIE HALL NORAINE HARRIS RUTH HIZAD FRANCES HEEL ,3,-f ---t. .Q,, I. iv' GLADYS HICRS EDITH HITT DONALD Hl'IfFINES AL'DRJiY MAE JACKSON J. B. JACRSON, JR. RACHEL LEMAY JOHNSON HERSHIiL DONELSON JONES VIRGINIA MYRA LOCKE STATHEM Hl'fIH MARTIN CHARLES WALTER MIDGETT JOE MORRIS MILLER IVIARJORIE MYERS EDNA SCHLEICHER JOE H.RRLEY STAFFORD, JR. ROBERT MASON STEPHENS EDNA AILEEN TIDNNHLL LELA WACIGONER MARTIIA XVILLIAMSON CLARA ZTQMBRO RITTH MARTIN I U , I, 431' C 4 .I J. -...V-. ..,. .L - ,yy f52,..1. i' B Page? Llirv LL .Qu 'I 'zccnf Y -YI I' I ' Mk'7f!fWJ'.l"'E- .4 bww t'- ' .92 NWN ".:Zl'."'7!C"!tbMFfI1rL'll'4J2ll ' -"-I " ' d4SaiAlT2iR. 1. SCPHOMORES CLAss CJFFICERS VANKIIAQ FIiNTRI',S5. ,.,,, .A,,.,,..... - L, -,,-,, --..-L,,,,-,, Pruldcm MARY CALLIN ..,,, -- ,,,....,,,,, . .,,,,,.. ..,., . , ,,g.g,, .. ,..,... VILL Prcude-nz DIxII1 CAI.I.IsA,,,--,L.-, ,, -LL ,, ,--. ....f,f, ..,.. , ,,,,-,L. ,.,, ,, ...,f Secrerarx' and Treasurer FRLIIIJY MOSS -WL .... L .,.,Y L ,A....,.,..,.. L f.,...,g...,.. . ......Y bugeant at Arms MRS. C. lf. Al.l3I'.N--,,,,, ,g,..,..,,,.,,,..A....f, .. .....,,..., ,. ..... Sponsor FRIaIu LIION AI.I.IaN ELIzAIxIa'I'II BARIYR MARTIIA BARNIaTT EIIfzIaNIa BATSON BOYIIII: BIaNNIiTT EvIa1.YN BINI:I,IiY BOIIRY BI'RRI:s HIaLIcN FAY BVRTUN DIxIIa MARIIa CALLIS MARY GRROORY CAI.I.Is MARY CARTWRIOIIT CLIasTIIa CARVIQR DOROTHY FRANc:Ics DAVIS MARTHA DIzRsIiwIaI1 DOROTHY DIc:IcIaNs WILLIAM JOIeL DILLARII MARY VIRIQINIA ELLIS JAMIas VANr:Is FIiNTRI4.ss FLO FLIIMINII MAROARIQT FRIQIIIQRIOR PAUL FRIcIaMAN ERIIY ELoIsIa FRYIa VIRIQINIA FIrQI:A WILLIAM Df7I'1lI.AS CI.IaAvI2s MII.ImRIzIx HANNAII NlJRAINli HARRIs AHA HII.L HI'.NlIl-.Y R. L. JONLR VI',RN1JN JONIas MARKlARl1'I'ANN JOYNI-.R CIQOROII KIIIIYR, JR. CLASS ROLL ALIIA KNIGHT NORMA JANIa LAMPLIIY THIILMA LAYHIQW VYZRIJA LASSITIQR MARION ELIZABHTII LOWL JAMIes MAssIaY JIMMlli MoORIa MURRAY MOORIa FREDIIY Moss HIiLliN Ml'Rl'IIliY GLADYS POLLY NIeIzLY HELEN PORTIIR MARY LOIIISIQ PRIQNTII EVRLYN PIICRIQTT PORTER RAY RAWLS HERMAN RIiImINO, JR CHARLIQR BURKE ROBINSON ANN RIIssL:LL CLYDE W. SEARS, JR ROBERT L. SIMPRON KENITH STEWART KENLIZY STEWART MILDRLII SI:Ia THOMAS DOYLII TIIuwIaLI. MILDRRII TINNIN EDNA COLLIsIaN TRlDI'TT ALVIN ELLIS WAIIONIQR JACK CLAYTON WIiBSTIiR DANIRTII WOOIIARII ALBIIRTA WILLIAMS ETHIQL VIRfDlNl.A WILLIAMS N :::a,ff..l,1wi:.iJ:if,-II. I Q - V Q Ili BETTY MILLER HERBERT COURTENAY JOSEPH DUNN GOLDIE MORGAN AND ALBERT ADCOCK ROSA MAI ALDRED NELLA JUNE ANDREWS JAMES E BALTHROP BERNICE BATSON HOMFR JOEL BELILES HAZEL RUTH BINRLEY JAMES AUTHER BOWERS ALVIN DOUGLAS BOWLING JACK BOYD MARY FRANCES BROCRMAN L W BUSH MARY CAPPS THOMAS CARPENTER MAURICE KENNETH CLAY ANN CARLEEN CLENDENING LEE A COLEMAN HERBERT M COURTENAY MARY FENTRESS COWLEY VONDA ELESE DAVIS JOSEPHINE DENNEY HATTIE BONNELL DIXON JAMES WILLIAM DIXON AGNES DOWNS RUBY ELIZABETH ELLIS HOLLAND ELDRIDGE EVERETT ROBERT HAYES EXUM RODNEY WILLIAM FARRIS BURTON FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS PROCTOR CL ASS ROLL NANNIE FOX DOROTHY GOBER ED CARTER GALBREATH CHARLES GLASGOW FRED ARNOLD GRBLN NANCY GUTHRIE JAMES JONES HANBERRY HUBERT HARDCASTLE GENEVA HARBISON WILLIE SUE HARRIS TUCKER HAYNES H G HEATH JACI. PONDER HENLEY ALEX HEUGHAN ALICE MARIE HUFFINES DOUGLAS INMAN RICHARD EDWARD JONLS FLORENCE KEYE HENRY LAMPLEY DAUSON CHARLES LAURENCE HEBRON LEEMAN RUBY DAVIS LEMONS PAULINE RUDE LEWIS EVA LOIS LOCRE BILLIE LUNDY NANCY NEAL LYON WILLIAM MOTT MALONE DOUGLAS MARTIN Preszdent Vlce Presxdent Secretary and Treasurer Student Councxl NOBLE FRENDINTHAL JOHN ROBERT MARTIN ORVAL ARTHUR MCDANIEL BETTY JANE MILLER MFRYL MOORE GOLDIE MAY MORC AN SAM O NICKALS FLOYD KENNITH NIXON ELEANOR PEAY FRANCES POWERS CECIL DENVER PRENTICE BURTON PROCTOR BENJAMIN T PULLEY HAYDEN RAY HERMAN RICHARDS SAM MILTON ROGERS JOSEPH LEE ROGERS WILLIAM OTIS SANDERS WALDEAN SMITH WILLIAM FENTRESS STEELE MABLE SLATER SAM STEPHENS DOUGLAS OWEN SEARS GEORGIA TINNIN CANCEL VETETOE HALLIE REASE WEST OLOA MAI WILLIAMSON CLARFNCE WOOD JOSEPH WILSON DUNN JAMES SLAYDEN LOVE JEWELL CHRISTEEN VETETOE .I I ,. - I . -,Y.,. . . Y-, . W., I- J-:ji!T X-A +V - I .4 - I -. . 1 ,M ' Page Twcvlriv-.IeI'el1 I'.1Qu 'l'::'u11r4x-riglv , . "1 .. .. 52,3 , .P r-. ,, --+a,ga C, ,R-qhzn w.m-.1.'f- .i.M.,.y1,,,, mam, .,-4 4-. . mfs.-5-,, -1-.,-ga. 1. , , . , 1. -1 tgp.. ...,.. rg-wx rvvw snip-4 Spring is here . . . Pals . . . "Bubber" . . . Evelyn . . . Coach and Paul . Freshman lassie . . . Sophomore gals . . . Talking it over . . . Lovers . . . Nancy Deacon Slater . . . "Half Pint Vance" . . . Miss Chambers . . . Miss Parrish . Basketball luminaries . . . Cheerleaders . . . In class . . . Goodlettsville F. D. . Wocers I .V 75, i , n,.,-b "iff n Y, JTC u -- . -1-7mn,m,,, vf-'aww 'Hrs-gap l, i K 11,1 xr I. I Q.-M 5 J -,--sig-hw-N A, , X., 'X . ' -'N'4'v 'v ,Ns ' E 4 i I I i W I I I I . I I I I Page Twenty-nine fc- 'lm-1,1 ,. , , 1- ,A , ,. .. 14- sv-,Q--: 1' '-H11 "--- .,1.f.-, z kv. r'..,a9Ig2,5'-'LJ ,.,G'-1,-3, Jw-if fr. 151.1-rr gil' 5- ' '3 1. k V. .- - 5- if gl, 5,1 1 1 Mun-0.-as --.-' ' -, ,, gba .-u'.-..v1ar1.'1'- -'v--1' .. ' .r-'s . .s-kai-anew.-.' ,tar Laswsrri ':a:i.aLf?:-.1-blanc-:..:ez u2.:.vnA3ulw 400164211 Name -lack Zcitlcr 1C:1pt.1----- Buck Cole QAlt. Cuptj--- Bula GZllhI'Cilfl1 ..,,..,.. ,Inc Langford 1, 1. B. Truutt ..... Hcrlwcrt Bennett --- Ed Gullwrcutlm -- Ernest Clark d,, Mcrmdcll Cherry 1Capt.fElcct1 Vance Fcntrcss ,....,,...,- --, Ed Dunn .........,.- .,,.g-,.- joe Miller' fAlt. Czxpt.'Elcctj ..... Frcddic Mcxss .A,,.,,,.,-..., A Curl Hull ..v.,,.....,.,..h,. - .Inn Bmlilcy ,,,,w,.,,.w..-.. - Fcntrcss Stcclc ,,.... -- - Donald Hullinc ..,.., ,,..,.. Donald Bzlltlmrnp ..,..,. ..... Nu, 5 23 1 'ZZ 4 11 14 9 25 13 19 3 8 241 7 6 21 12 flntnr Ll1l1'lCl'l'52lCli Gu ard En Gu nd Hznlfhnck Gu ard End En En T11 Ccntu u Gu nd Fullhn 511 Ha 1-1111 'li Halfhnck '7 6 1 D 1 Position Hezgln Weigllt Exp R ' 5'10H 155 Q sm" we 2 5' 5,1 1511 Cl 6, 1,1 155 1' 7' 6" 1-5 5'1l" 1 S 1 5' 6" 151 Tackle 6' 3" 173 5'11" 140 Ll 6' 145 Ll 5' 95 111 rklc 5'll" 185 " 5'141" 155 Gu: 'd 5'l0" 157 4 ' 5' 7" 171 L' 5'l0" 183 l Q 5,ll1H 1411 5' SH 145 415 FOOTBALL 1940 The 1940 football season at Goodlettsville was a season of distinct advancement. At no time has there been such a feeling of real progress toward a desired goal of better football for Goodlettsville. Throughout the season our players were fighting against odds and yet even under con' ditions each game showed continued improvement. At every chance the Trojans put up a hard, plucky light. Under the splendid direction of Coach Murphy the Trojans had a very successful year. Fifteen "G's" were awarded by Coach Murphy. Of the number of lettermen, Capt. Zeitler, Alt. Capt. Cole, Dunn, Galbreath, Troutt, Bal' throp and Clarke will be lost by graduation. The following men received letters, Capt. Zeitler, Alt. Capt. Cole, Steele, Bennett, Balthrop, Troutt, Langford, Dunn, Moss, Clarke, Cherry, Ed. Galbreath, Bob Galbreath, Huiline, and Miller. Martin and Coward were awarded letters as managers. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. 20 27 4 11 18 26 1 8 15 SCORE OF THE 1940 SEASON Goodlettsville Goodlettsville ........ Goodlettsville ........ Goodlettsville Goodlettsville Goodlettsville Open Goodlettsville Goodlettsville Cohn ....... Clarksville --- Cumberland Hillsboro .... Mt. Juliet .... Antioch - - - Donelson .... Bellevue - - - ----33 ----26 ---- O ---- 6 ---- 6 ----14 ---- 7 ---- 7 Page Thirty-one lvgu '1'bfl'f.V-1121! A W , , Y, . .. ,-,,, -y ...mn-. ,.-e. me --,,f.-.mf--,V-,-,,.f, uv. ' W' ppl- 1 - -ew v,' ' ,M , 3 1 , :-- fg,xg.f-f- -, ,f. '-1.gvi1'kf. . -VME' f2'5Yo1f5' ' ' Q' . . TI ' ' N. W A - 1 I 1, A , I l . , ,. .,. , v,., . , .L ,Y .,,',, . -.H--, -- A, w Snwfzd Action! . . . Pivot man . . . After game . . . "Red" . . . Buck . . . Scrubs . . . Happy? Bench Warlilers , . . Kick off . . . "All City" . . . "Silent and holy" . . . Congratu- lations, pal . . . Antioch . . . Sue . . . Poiing . . . Carl . . . Margaret . . . "I-like. Rag.-r . . . Tfmc out . . . The pause that refreshes . . . First team . . . B. . . . No game Y , . l 'J I.. - .., :L - f - A- A 39 Before the end of the 1941 season, Coach Murphy turned a comparatively green squad into a well functioning quintet. The team showed fine sportsmanship through the season, Every game in which the Goodlettsville Trojans engaged was one full of excitement and some games were lost hy only one or two points. The Trojans lost to DuPont in the Seventh District Tournament hy the score of 2923. They fought their hearts out and were leading into the fourth quarter. Cf those who made "Gs," Captain Cole and 'Zeitler will he lost by graduation. Here is the outcome of the 1941 games: -a H Goodlettsville DuPont -- 22 Coodlettsville Hillsboro -- 16 Goodlettsville Litton ...... ..... - U25 Coodlettsville Springfield 'Z 4 Goodlettsville Mt. Juliet - 'V 7 Coodlettsville Donelson -- Zi Goodlettsville Hillshoro .... ---26 Crzodlettsville Litton .... 42 Coodlettsville Donelson -- 111 Coodlettsville Mt. Juliet - 19 Goodlettsville Springfield .19 Coodlettsville Cumherlund 32 Coodlettsville Antioch - - m6 Coodlettsville DuPont - - - 25 ' 4 I I ' 1 I , ,eil ,gm D I 1 gall I Page Thirty-r :te l'IIgc ilibiflj'-flllll' . f' "A 2 '- I -.1 1. R 11. w war' ' 'fu-I I 'T Itriifd '1' 'A 2 f" ' .- :J --. .I " ' is 525:38-EFIIIII -we 3 -.V fl,-I I-..Is'r I I Q I F Ii I- ffI3?.fWf'JZ3uIieH..... .I ' II, ' . "'lBl!U1f'X0'1."i1,-."lg.l.fa7'-TIA7J'1"7"" - 'I It I I I - 1 'I' r ri'-'D -' I - - -"2""- I Y"'YWH4"-"WW-NWN? " '- GIRLS' BASKETBALL Ulancing at the score hook, you wouldn't think that there were only three regulars hack this year, hut tha.t's the way it was. And so you see that it takes more than that to hold the Trojan Lassies hack when they have a leader like Coach "Bul'Iher Murphy. Uut of the ten scheduled games we won seven, lost two and tied one. This isn't counting the extra games that the Team girls played. They stayed in the seeond or third place in the standing the whole year and played the Eighth District champions in their last scheduled game. If the Trojan Lassies had won this game instead of tying it, they would have heen the chain pionship team of the league, something the Trojan I-assies had never hefore hat that good a chance to do. They lost to Bellevue in the Eighth District tournament in their iirst gamt Lettermen were as follows: Anne Lankford QFD, Captain: Margaret Burton F Alternate Captain: Sue Curtis QCD, Edna Schleicher QGD, Vida Knight QFD, Ann Rawls QGD, Goldie Morgan QGD, Helen Burton QFD, Merrill Moore QFD, Ruth Bowling QUD, Alda Knight QFD, lvlary Callis QFD, Elizaheth Garrett, Manager Helen Rohertson, Assistant Manager. Scores of the various games were as follows: '7 loodlettsville Uoodlettsville Donelson loodlettsville - --- Uoodlettsville Hillslworo loodlettsville Goodlettsville Donelson loodlettsville Goodlettsville loodlettsville - --- DuPont ,.,. pimghtll loocllgttsvillt- Hillshoro ------- .... I7 Cilumherland loodlettsville Litton eeeec.. - e......e.,, .Ia Antioch --- f....... ---- loodlettsville , --- Springfield ---- --------.-- -n Dul'ont -- gl' -"Fail-3 41 ,33"'LY fllz ff 34 Z , FQ' F I-, I I I I ' I I I I I I I . I I I I I ' t I I 'F I I I .I . ...I 1 1 I I I I I I I 44 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,,,JI.f.x..I.zI -- J,-,g'JJIJ-IIQCZNXI ,A ii:----.,, -L I,,- ssywg-z,,:" Mu- . -. -.J'.-.-1-' : U I- f'.41,, sv- .' I. ,,- .. A Iytw' I 4 . . s., 4' ,ml 1. - ,F 9. . .E "H z., :E A 2 ' ,.,, 53 i . :a 3 Fi A A if rs .i N r .. I, 'G' B A S E B A L L gi' " The Trojan nine swung into action during thu wack nt March 31 undcr thc guidancc of their ncw coach, Mr. Williziiii Porter. At the hcginning of thc season Buck Cole was clcctcd Captain and Paul Sflilciqliur, Y Altcrnatc Captain. Both hzwc pcrforincd wcll for thc ninc in previous ycairs. Uthm- i., T if nicmhcrs of thc squad arc Juv Langford, Rugur Coward, Douglas Slzitcr. Mcndcll ki? ai Cherry, Ed Dunn and Doc. Fcntrcss. Fred Mniss was uppointcd inzinzigur. 1:1 .b Uzuucs played and to hc played zircz . Goodlcttsvillc ,..... ...,,,,,d.,,.., L 3ul'rint ,ll Unodlcttsvillc ,n,,,,... ,,....,,.... D uncgm , 6 2,2 - Cnodlcttsvillc Goodlcttsvillc Guodlcttsvillc 3. , V ,T .1 V Yffiwif 1, 'L , s,1"gY'slni'-q,a4,gL':-M, FL Nnrth North Dulhint n..., I ", 37 ry -fin' Page Tbirry-six TENNIS CLUB Under the SUPCIVISIOII of Coach William Tune Goodlettsvllle High has one ot the most well balanced tennis Lluhs 111 the Lounty Although not taking an attive part wlth other tennis teams of the Lounty there 1S much eompetitlon among the members of the club Coath Tune who while attending T P I was known for h1S Members of the team Tre ELIZABETH LIARRETT President 'SUE CURTIS Vue President JAC K ZEITLER Secretary and Treasurer BILL SMILEY Sergeant at Arms MISS MILDRLD TIBBS Assocmte Sponsor WILLIAM TUNE Sponsor HELEN ROBERTSON OLLINE DICKENS HUL H MARTIN REBA BUTLER EVELYN PUC KETT BUPR COLE MARIURIE MYERS MARY EILFN PARRISH CLLU HALL ROBERT CARTWRIC I-IT , I 4. .. ,Lf F' fy' , ,A . ,. v.Y,A 7.1 'lit -LE! 4?-.,j-N., -z ' .il-I uf ,. .,-r- ' I, ,, - - , ' I "" "T 'I '-wiv - ""i!-lf 'I' Y ' ' '- ' " ' , . . I w , . N . . p i , 1 ' 5 , I ' u n . I I superb tennis playing, has taught each member the art of playing tennis. ' . : W . x , --------U---------------------H----------nun .4 r I I ' , I ORGANIZATIONS ff-T3 f"'XfC'X.. W' "'.- Wx!jf'z'Qwv,"'x'.J ' .- - v f I ' f ff f' --J X ' , .jf Page Tbirt y -seven lkugv lfvrlx 4Iljf'l lxmx ZI,IlI.I1R v , fXI.If.It Hn IlII'.FN.XX IilM12.xls1-'I 11 Cixmuf AI. Pm. TIKIDIII 1' , lluv.l',u 1' CZ,x1z'1xx'u1cp livrmr-.Y lkmw luv:-,LYN R.XI,I'll Tr-M:-gslx lJ11,1.r-pm WlI,l.I.XN1TlVNI'. , , 1941 TROJAN STAFF H ,fiL1lllP7'l'7I'ClllCj1 ,f,,Axs1'slm1l lidltxn' ,,Bzcs1'11cxx Mmmgur W ,,,,,Spm'ls Editor Ad1'uw-limlg Mmzugcr ,, H ,,Pl1uLwgn1pl1cvA ,,--,,-Typist - ---Class Editor ,- - -Faculty Admsev' g if ff 3 4 I 3 i -F' I Y Siig 19,6 1 3 I 4 , w 91 'Y' 1 i Q, 5. Pr 1 r 9 :fi bi V , , 12. I t' V 5 4 fu' V7 .5 2 ,f Inf . IW Y. Q .lui " 'fm ,4 0 1- il tr. ., J QW, . 1 5 . ' ' K if-fa 2 Tag .Q SEQ is 53 1 ,122 -.ri iii t?', 4 5,-U. .N .ff J 7 '. A , if Y , -. 51'- 'F ,Vg 5. sn '. A .Hams I 'Z' A. -'S 14- Q 5 .4 'J E if " . I FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA E of -' Fi f OFFICERS ' . 5 FRED CARNAHAN ....,,,... L ,....,w-.. haw ,--s,.,Y, - -,,,- L ,-,-, ,E ,,...Y,, Preudenr Q J BOB GALBREATH .....,.,... L .....E,,.., M ...,--...,-,,.,..,,,H - ,,...,., VIfcfPrex1dent 5' ' G. S. CROWE ...................-., E..,w.......,,,,,,-.-.-- - ,, ...,,,,.,, H--AdU1XIl7 BLIRNEY BOND ........,E...... , .,....,..,...,-...,...,,.,.,....Y.,v,,,,,, ,,Seueram Ng MARION HITT L- ...,...... E,,,... ....,,.,.E...... A .,,..,E,.,....., - A ,,..,, 'I' Treasurer DOVOAS SLATER E,,,,.., --,- ,,..,..E... -,,--L,- ,,,A, -L ,,... ,L .,.. L. .,A,,,A,, Reporter Q ANNE LANKEORD E,,A,.E, - .,.,,.. L ..... L,-,. ..., L ,,.., .Queen V, ,, nf- n MEMBERS ,I ,, .6 . is, BI'RNIiY BOND DOIIGLAS GLFAVIES H. C. HliATH pin 1 FRED CARANHAN GEORGE KIBER BIJRTON PROr:TOR my BOE GALBRHATH FREDDIE MOSS JOE ROGERS ,gg JACK GALEREATII PAUL FREEMAN SAM ROOERS gg Q' MARIAN HITT HENRY LAMPLEY CLARENCE VJOUD If J. B. JACKSON JIMMIE MOORE HIiliR1JN LIEPQMAN Q 7 FRED SANDERS BILL SANDERS TI'c:KER HAYNI.S 2g Q DOUGLAS SLATFR ALVIN VNIAIJKPUNFR BENJAMIN PI'I.I.Y E JOE LANG!-'ORD JACK Vv7FBSTliR SAM NIOKLI-.S ,Q HERBERT BENNETT JAMES BALTHROI' HERMAN RICIIARIJS f' ALEERT COLLINS TOMMIF CAREENTI-.R VV'ILLI.-XM FVJAUJNI, AQ EI'c:ENE BATSON LEE COLMAN BILLY VANOI. E4 BOYD BENNETT HAYES EXVM : "" 'EE CLFSTIIZ CARVI-.R RODNIAIY FARRIS 1 TEAMS A152 E Lwe Stock: DOLTIQLAS SLATER, MARION HITT, PAIII. FRLEMAN. f. Dairy: J. B. JACKSON, JOE LANKEORD, BOE GALBRIIATII, Hl',RlSI.RT BI1NNl'.'I'T. 535 ,V Crop: ALBERT COLLINS, FRLD CARNAHAN, J. B. PARRISII. Wg A Parlmmentavy: FRED CARNAHAN, BLIRNEY BOND, BOE GALBREATII, FRI.DDIIa MOSS, Dill I I AS Q WL' SLATER, JACK GALEREATH. Public Speaking: DOUGLAS SLATFR. A 4 E . . 'S 0 ' W Ix d HKFIFCF'-H Him- -fn ..Uf.,,:',?2.7Q-W,-Q.-A-W My as -15-cn:-an-:'w1r-:wif-1x11n.-q3fgw+ +"'wWG"""'- "'W"'Ci I -' VH -R .I . Page Thnrv 111114. l'I my lfurl V I'I',, ff. -P49 L'-Nl-MH' T' ' G C L U B OFIAICLRS BI I R FOLI Preszdenz ju II ZI ITI I R Vue Preudem HI I I N RIIIII RTNUN Sewetarv and Treamver C IIARI I S MI RPIIY Spfmgm HI RIII RF BI NNITT BI RNI Y Bum, HI 1 I N BIIRTQN MARI ARI T BI RTON MARY CALLIS MI Nm I L CHI RRY ERNIST CLARIII B1 I II COLI' Roc I R LI I COWARD SII FIIRTIS EI: DUNN MARY V EILIS VANI I FI NTRI SS Bon QALIIRIATII En CAI RRI ATII LI CARRI 'I r DIINAIII HI Fl IINI S MEMBER9 ALDA KNII HT VIDA KNICHT ANN LANIIFORD jor LANI FORD HlIfH MARTIN jon MILLhR MIRYL MOORF FRhDDIl MOSS ANN RAWLS PORTIHR RAY RAWLQ HPLIN ROBERTSON ANN RLHSELL JPAN RUSQLLL DOUGLAS SLATIR FLNTR1 SS STI I LI I B TROIITT IAc II Z1 ITLFR I I ff I . 4 RPI, QIT +,n,A.d-l., .-af w.,, ri v :I.','-,I -,fuk .Z . 1 ' I . V I, V ,. I ,AI M A.,-t- ,III --, .,4.I,, --V. A.. . , ,v I .A ..., 'V I I , ,.,,.'-I ,V Tn 4 -- jf-5'f'.I'I-, .- ,-. AA I . . , w . , I . . , I . I I I i ' I I 1 I Q I- I 2 Ii ii 1 I I Vi 1 -' 1 ' I . ,, . -w , , . I I 1 Z 4 I. Sopranos Altos HELEN ROBERTSON TEMESIA DILLEI-IA GLLINE DICRENS VIRCIINIA ELLIS AND GLEE CLUB ALICE COURTENAY OFFICERS MEMBERS MERRILL BACI-IMAN MARY CAPPS ANNE CLENDENNINO JOSEPHINE DENNY OLLINE DICKENS TEMESIA DILLIHA MARY VIRGINIA ELLIS NANNIE FOX NANCY GUTHRIE WILLIE SUE HARRIS CLEO HALL EVELYN JOYNER FLORENCE KEY13 VIRGINIA LOCRE MERYL MOORE AILEEN TIDWELL MARGARET WOOD ALICE COURTENAY DOROTHY DAVIS BONNELLE DIxON IANELLA GREER RUTH HEAD ALICE HUEEINES LOIS LOCRE LOUISE PRENTICE HELEN ROBERTSON WALDEAN SMITH ALGA WILLIAMSON Pzamst ANNE RUSSELL Sponsor MISS ELINOR HARRIS Presudent Vxce Presxdcnt Treasurer Secretary Sergeants at Arms MERYL MOORE ................ .... - -------- ........ ..... ..-...... ....- - - - I I I I I I Page Forty-one I 'nge I"0I'Iy -rfwo CIIAR1.Iis M. HILI. .,,.... MARY P. DVNN ...k..... ELIZAIIRTH BARIQR BOYIHE BFINNIITT ROBERT BIaNNIaTT RI-.IIA BI"r1.IaR MARY CALLIS MARY CARTWRIDIIT RDIIIaR'r CARTWRIDIIT EDWARD CIIRTIR joYc:Iz DAI.Iz DDRDTIIY IJAXYSON MARY PITLLIAM Drxx IIMMY EDWARDR ELDRIDDI-1 EvIfRIcT'r THE BAND OFFICERS - ............. --- ............. ,.,v, - ------ ,v.. --,,-Di1ector MEMBERS HAYIas Exum GHNIQVA HARBISIJN ADA HILL HIQNLI-LY JACK HIiNLIzY RoY L. jomas FRANK MCBRIDII ORVAI. MCTD.ANIl'.I. ELEANOR PIaAY MILDRIQD RIIYNDLDS BDRRIQ ROBINSON WILLIAA4 SMILI-.Y jon STAFFORD CDLLI-:RN TROVTT Secretary CLUBS 'Fr ,- ..x.,,f1i'f" 'T""' A 435' " ..--'I 1 , L .-,.,,,-,V-ffffl! 4 N C If fx L. Y":A DWL Y. If v Page F orty-tbree l'I1gc l"urry-four , M, M. ,V, L F, U.,-.: ,. , - , .I.,I- ,,... Q- ., If ,, ,,. . 4 ' ' vi - -I" -s-wuh-L-uv-I-Ln,-1,5-am-rar. :.ns1-'sa-'1cfai"tHllIk -' . HIT AND RUN CLUB OFFICERS j. B. TROIfT'r ...,,...........gA...........V.v..............,M........ Prendenz jAI:R ZIeITLIaR L, ...., L--. ...... . .........,...f4...................., Vme Pfesndenr ROGIIR Llil-. COWARII .....v...,,,A..,..HP..,..................... Secretarv and Treasurer MEMBERS -IOII LANGFORII -IOII MILLER MARY ELLIQN PARRISII NORMA PIIIIII EVIILYN RALPH DORIS SANIIIIRS ROIIIIRT STIIPHIINS J. B. TROLTTT EI.IzAIIIaTII GARRIaTT MARY NIILLIIZR T'RLBI',RT COLLINS MILIIRIQII MIIIIIIITT DIINI BINRLIIY Al'I1RIiY -IAIIRNON HI'I:II MARTIN RUTH BOWLINQZ CLARA ZUMBRO MAROARIIT BURTON FRIIO CARNAHAN ANNII CARTWRIUHT ROIIIIRT CARTWRIIIIIT ANN COIIIIINS ALICE COLIRTLLNAY Sun CURTIS ROGER LIIII COWARII DOROTHY DIIAN FRANCES DRAKE En DUNN VICTOR ELLIS ANNII LANKFORII Q? 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BUSH EVELYN JOYNER A f DIXIE CALLIS MARGARET JOYNER 1,3 I MARY CARTWRIOHT VIDA KNIGHT f HERBERT COURTNEY MURRAY MOORE R T DOROTHY DAVIS HELEN PORTER "NJ , CHARLES DAWSON DENVER PRENTICF '.,' TEMESIA DILLEHA LOUISE PRENTICE 'A J Q ELDRIDGE EVERETT ANN RUSSELL L51 DORIS FERGUSON PAUL SCHLEICHER ERBY FRYE DOUGLAS SEARS R51 li JANEIJLA GREER BIRDIE THOMAS in Q RUTH HEAD CLARA ZIIMRRO CECIL JACKSON if 3 WHOS WHO .S-fm ,inc 17 Mos: Popular Girl-HELEN ROBERTSON Most Popular BOy'-PAUL SCHLEICHER .If T Most Stylish Girl-TEMESIA DILLEHA Most Stylish Boy-PAUL SCHLEICHER -1 Curesr Girl--DIXIE CALLIS Cutest Boy-ELDRIDGE EVERETT " Prertiest Gi1l+JEAN RUSSELL Mos: Handsome B0y+PAUL SCHLEICHER ' - ' Mos: Loyal Girl-JEAN RUSSELL Most Loyal Boy-PAUL SCHLEICHER V. 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V icefPresidenr MARTHA WILLIALTSON E, .,,.,.,,.....Y, ,..A,..Y,,f,,A. - -E .,H. ,Sei-rezary and Treasurer MAmiL CHR1sT1N1a CHAMBT-,Rs ...,,, ,...... ,,,,...,,,.,,,...H,,, , , .,,,,,,Y, ..-, . 9 prmxrrr MEMBERS PORTER RAY RAxvLs H.NRfJLI3 CANTRELL FRED ALLEN TVLKRTIKA BARNETT MILDRED HANN.k Buruua ROBINSON MARIAN LOWI. DOROTHY DICKTQNS ' 'HV U A 'I :QF Tl Page I"or1y-nine lam I"if1.v yr, "x1f5'L'll f U5iTf'f' 5 in Li" i 'V ' Q ' vlg 7-+4 qw L,-f -V - v 1 .-'f?fL'xiWvYI-,mimi 14 ' 3 3, ftdfdf if .la w F. F. A. and Home EC. wedding . . . De-clamation Champion . . . "Bubber" .. Confab . . . Loading up . . . "Zeke" . . . Elizabeth . . . Lovers . . . Juanita. Quit posing . . . Front wall . . . Janclla. ' A Fr. ' .:. ' Q .W ,gg ' :gi..ri3, 'QE 'fi' . .2 L T5 wi if in 1 :Sr I 'gki fs-Ai' .lg ' .MP ' T if i:-if I 1:- ., ,E to - Q ' PC 1. . '2 95 Q- I . - 'Ei . if 33' .AQ if w lf fi E Wi: Please Patronize O'L'l.I' FRIENDS and ADVERTISERS PETE YIIUNG RIDGETOP, TENN. I Phone 2902 ' OLD COUNTRY HAM I WE SHIP ANYWHERE IN U. S. Q WILLIAMS 81 PEARSUN FURNITURE CUMPANY RUGS--FURNITURE-RADIOS GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. MORRIS FURNITURE UU. I "THE WORKING MAN'S FRIEND" I FRIGIDAIRES-REFRIGERATORS RANGES-PHILCO RADIOS 5 N. E. PUGKETT ECONOMY GROCERY Phone 2801 GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. SIMMONS BEAUTYREST MATTRESSES I Harry Hines-Aaron Morris Compliments of BEN FRANKLIN STURE 5c-101:-31.00 A MODERN STORE WITH A DUPONTONIA MODERN VARIETY OF MDSE- GOODLETTSVILLE, TENNL I LEW TIIIIMAS FEED bo I C0mP'i""m of FEED-P'13,3gf'g,1g:,g'gC,,EAM BEN PIILK CHEVROLET co. GQQDLETTSVILLE, TENN. I GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. W. G. MONGRIEF 84 GU. GOUDLETTSVILLE LUMBER-MILL WORK FLORAL Phone 5201 T FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS GoooLETTsvILLE, TENN. I phone 2935 C0m"'ime"tS of N HETTIE ROY HEALEY, D. G. WILLIS 81 GREER MUTUII cHIRoPRAcTIc PHYSICIAN FORD-MERCURY-Q-ZEPHYR Above McCIure's Dept. Store Phone 526 Phones 2854-2977 GOODLETTSVILLE, TEIJN. GOOD,-ET-I-SVILLE, TENN. INVISIBLE SOLING AND ALL F ' KINDS OF SHOE REPAIRI G BARBER SHOP AT REASONABLE RATES N N GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. GooDLETTsvILLE, TENN. I Compliments of M. A. DRAPER ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. REYNDLD DDRRIS TOP-BODY-FENDER WORK 24 Hour Wrecker Service Phone 5263 GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. ALL STATES SERVICE STATIDN LION GAS AND OIL MORRIS CUNNINGHAN, Manager GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. Compliments of JUDGE JDHN L. DRAPER FOR BEST RESULTS USE MILGD GDW FEED AND WARD'S PRIDE HDG FEED Mfg. By Riverside Mills Co. NASHVILLE Compliments of KNIGHT DRUG GD. 1004 DICKERSON ROAD Phones 39198-3-2561 NASHVILLE A B. F. MYERS 81 SDN EVERYTHING TO WEAR I GOODLETTSVILLE 61. MADISON i Ausnev Moons GENERAL FIRE AND AUTO INSURANCE GOODLETTSVILLE . I GASTLE INN BEAUTY SHDP Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated ALL WORK GUARANTEED I Phone 2932 ' GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. F, WEEE- L.-? . GILLIAMS PLAGE Sandwiches of All Kinds I DINE AND DANCE GOODLETTSVI LLE, TENN. I JAGIJB'S PAGKING co. PACKERS OF FOOD PRODUCTS THAT SATISFY NASHVILLE, TENN. GUALITY FEED 84 SUPPLY GD. 144 2nd Ave., S. NASHVILLE, TENN. RED COMB POULTRY FEED AND DAIRY FEED AGME FEED 81 SEED GD. Poultry Equipment-Baby Chicks Purina Chows MDXLEY'S PNARMAGY Prescriptions Accurately Compounded by Registered Pharmacists Nashville, Tenn. Tel. 5-5641 NORTH FIRST AND LIGON LANE I 10 , 'I Drink MUSW HU' DRANGE GRUSH E- J-'m'23n'5?51E Made by PYYN NE I' Muflf' ADQICALI msfnumzuvs WMGERST Compliments of HICH LOCUST INN DICKERISON PIKE NASHBORO HOTEL TOURIST COTTAGES Tile Showers-Private Garages U. S. 41-E-31-W ED R. DAVIS, Mgr. 95 MILES FROM NASHVILLE M. F. CLENDENIN CROCERY You Can Buy Cheaper From Us UNION HILL, TENN. EOWARD'S BEAUTY SHOP EXPERIENCED OPERATORS Mrs. Lester Edwards-Mary Title GOODLETTSVILLE, TENN. USE PANDORA FLOUR FREELANO FLOUR CO. NASHVILLE, TENN. R. L. JONES MOTOR CO. MADISON, TENN. You'll Be Proud To Own A Pontiac AMERlCA'S FINEST LOW PRICED CAR PAUL CAMBLE MOTOR CO. 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