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Bob by Springer Ricllard B6CklllElll
Law-C0-Hi Honor Students
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Jul 1 , 1967 Newcast
And now a word for the sponsors. Norma Blasingim, man-
ager of Kuhn's. invites you to come in and look at their mer-
chandise. Does your back hurttrni Look for Baxter's Back
Rub, made famous by Peggy Baxter. Don't worry about dying
Send your 'burial dues to Etna Berryhill. P. O. Box 482638.
Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. Do you like nice juicy meatlrl
Call 8-0564 Verna D. Bishop's rabbitt farm today. Oron
Troup, Manager of Troup's Drug Store, invites'you to come
in and have Richard Beckham jerk you a soda.
Good moming. friends, this is Cecilia Evers bringing you
the news of the day. Last night Ray Gallian, a city police-
man, caught Bobby Springer, our famous sports announcer.
breaking into Tommy Downey's jewelry store. Springer's
lawyer, Nettie Jane Waters. explained to Johnny Gibbs, the
District Attorney, and his assistant, Reba Tice, that he only
wanted some time. The complete story will be told in today's
Guess What . edited by Jane Remke, B. T. Harris. a new
taxi driver, called Dr. Norman Jones to examine his passen-
gets, Frances and Jimmy Harris, after speeding into the rear
of Russell Smith's car last night. Because of complications
arising from the accident, Mr. James Frisbie, the Harrises'
lawyer. will sue the taxi company's ovmer, Mr. W. B. Smith.
Kiefer Bradbary, Fearless James Shannon's wrestling man-
ager, has announced that Shannon will meet Gorgeous George
Lanning at Jackson Bishop's Wrestling Arena.
Exactly one month ago J. B. Perry, the first interplanetary
guide, left earth for a tour of the universe. His passengers
were Doctor Roger l.eB8: Virgil McCafferty, Perry's apprentice:
W. T. McCluggage. a manufacturer of space suits: Marlene
Aaron. a registered nurse: Bemadine Granger. an interplane-
tary botanist: and Oralee and Evadale Freeman, lawyers.
They are scheduled to return this afternoon.
The quarterly all night singing held at New Prospect will
be conducted by Jim Bentley on Friday night. Kenneth Hub-
bard willgive the devotional, while Joe Douglass and Kathryn
McFallgive usa special number. Dola Spurgeon, the popular
crooner, accompanied by Gene Hayes at the piano, will sing
Who Pulled the Plug from the Universe? Tuning forks can
be bought from Janice Gresham any time before the program.
The P.M.A. officers this year are Charles Boyd. president:
John David Cross. vice-president: Aaron McDonald, secretary:
and Billy C. Newton. treasurer. The office would like to an-
nounce that farmers will be given government aid on all seed
bought from the Eliza beth Jackson Seed Company.
Sarah Whitstein. a noted journalist, remembered as Sarah
Franks. is visiting here this week with her millionaire husband.
On Tuesday night July 16, the famous Public Players
under the direction of Macie Harris will present The Horror
Show at the O1d Fashioned Sky Rocket Theatre owned by
Irene Haygood and managed by Elgene Thompson. Stella
Hardy and Floyd Bonner have the leading parts. Some of the
other members ofthe cast are Ed Hendrix and Lena Ruth Webb.
Billy Joe Graves plays the part of a Doctor of Mortuary Sci-
ence and Lou Ann Gobbell portrays his wife.
The Poag Sisters' Circus will be in town tommorrow. It is
managed by the world renowned trumpet player Frankie Gray.
Charlene Hall and Novella Holt are the bareback riders. A
dog which specializes in singing will be put through his paces
by Betty Hardiman. Bonnie Kemper and Billy Michael are
the lion tamers of the circus.
The New Prospect H. D. Club met last Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Helen Keeter Sawyer. The president, Mrs.
Annie Lou Minor Finn. called the meeting to
order and read the names of the officers for
Hoover. on July 10. The minutes were read by Patsy Law.
the secretary. Three new members, Miss Vigie Norwood,
Gloria Kimble, and Sylvia Murdock, were initiated at the
Dr. Calvin Jones. a Lavvrenceburg veterinarian is pleased
to announce that Miss Bertha Lee Osborn will be his assistant.
Dale Belew. Attorney, states that she will defend Dorothy
Crews in the Crews versus Clifton case. Wilda Clifton stated
that Dorothy Crews was disturbing the peace by making too
much noise with her drums: Crews retorted that Clifton was
only jealous because she couldn't make as much noise on her
clarinet. Judges Mary Nelle Busby, Joyce Davis. and Char-
lene Durham will decided the case two weeks from today.
Theodore Mattox is holding a revival next week in Eth-
ridge. He will be assisted by Doctor Fire. husband of the for-
mer Lou Nelle Bamett. Mable Roberson and Jerry Lou Smith
have opened a dancing academy at 5111 North Military Ave-
nue. Everyoneisinvited to come and learn the latest dances:
only 54.00 per person for one lesson. Martha Marston. the
noted congresswoman, will speak here on July 21. This mom-
ing Josephine Owens was married to J.E. Rhine and Mary Pat-
terson was married to Phil Sheridan. The floral decorations
were arranged by Doris Holland. Dr. Martha Scoggin has an-
nounced that her baby clinic will open tommorrow aftemoon
at one o'c1ock. Mr. Kenneth Pettus was today judged as the
most handsome man of Antartica. Jane Childress' manager,
Winnie Brewer, announced today that Jane will give a con-
cert this Friday night here in Lawrenceburg.
J.E. Sutton. Klyne Rochelle. and Norman Pennington each
won S1000 for sending inthe three best names for this station's
newest Planoplanet Spaceship.
Mr. Sonny Stotser, the President of U. L. fthe University
of Lawrenceburgj. announced today that Mr. Bobby Brewer
will be the head football coach this year and Mr. Coy Cole
will be the line coach. He also announced the following
appointments: The head of the Medical Department is Doc-
tor Leo Clayton: Charles McCrory is the head of the Drug
Department: the new Dean of Students is Billy Hodge: Doctor
of Dental Surgery is Tyson Robertson: and Mary Frances
Prince is the professor of ancient history. ,
Since so many more pupils will be ir1 school this fall. we
are glad to announce that some new teachers have been se-
cured for L. C, H. S.: Jane Alford. physical education direc-
tor: George Brian. music director: Eloise Crews, head of the
science department: Irene Frazier. French teacher: Patricia
Tidwell. psychologist: Inez Sandusky. head of the social sci-
ence department: Hazel Sharpton and Gail Denson. home
The officers elected by the P. T. A. for this year are Mrs.
Joyce McGee Aaron. president: Mary Kathryn Waters Brown,
vice-president: Nancy Napier Waltz, secretary: Betty Ron
Holt Osborne, treasurer: Elizabeth Rawdon Stephens, reporter.
Some of the active club members are Mrs. Geraldine Messer
Burt, Mrs. Wanda Osbome Kaddlehopper, Mrs. Jacqueline
Owens Thingamajig. Mrs. Carol Jaco Whatchamacallit. Mrs.
Loice Kerstein Fulano. and Mrs. Willie Jean McGuire Runner.
At the meeting a musical program was presented by Jane
Long's quartet, which is composed of Barbara Mote Parman.
Bonnie Wallin. Doris Stephenson. and Jane Long.
It has been announced that Gene Rayfield will run for
President: Joyce Nelson may become the first lady of the
nation. Thomas Springer will run for Vice-
President on the same ticket. A new method
next year. They are Margaret Ann Rohling is being used to show the campaign platform.
Dabney. Dl'CSiCl6r1!: Wilma Shaffer Cox. vice- Commercial artist Cubby Belew will manage
president: Sybil Skinkner Massey, secretagf: 1 this campaign.
Geraldine TUCRCI' Jo IISOII. treasurer. T e Now we have today's weather forecast. re-
I-lome Life Leader, Mrs. Peggy Mobbs Huxley, W ported by Roberta Rainey: Today, tonight, and
introduced Misses Wilda Markus and Myrtle 0 tomorrow will be clear or cloudy with possible
Smith, who read some of their original poetry -N 4 . j rain or snow.
appropriate for the program. Miss Katherine .'jj,.Q.2f,, A: lift This isstation W.K,A,T,, 2222 on your dial,
South, the County Home Demonstration Agent, ull ll owned and operated by Mr. Jimmy Copeland.
introduced the noted dress designers, Kathryn -' ,- r Stay tuned in for the next program, Songs by
Hubbard and Sarah Pierce, who gave a very Janice Morris , which follows immediately
interesting talk entitled Dresses for All Oc- over most of these stations.
casions. Joyce Lay gavea talk about chicken x
raising. X 1
Q The lagnual melettilrig of tahe Learn to be 6'
uiet C u met wit e presi ent. Miss Joyce 'i Q
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A A H 1 I V
High Magazine Salesmen:
Bausch 8a Lomb Honorary Science 'Award Winner:
Bobby Springer, Syble Skinner. Elizabeth Rawdon, Tommy Downey. B. T. Harris
Diamonds in the Hough
On August 16, 1948, two hundred sixty-two green,
trembling freshmen with knocking knees and thumping
hearts entered the austere portals of L. C. H, S. for the
first time. All were diamonds in the rough, sadly in
need of a good polish job from the adept hands of the
Law-Co-Hi faculty. At a noisy class meeting held soon
after school opened, Inez Sandusky was elected president,
Tommy Downey, vice-presidentg George Lanning. secre-
tary-treasurerg and Misses Annie Mary Springer and Fran-
ces Smallwood, sponsors.
Nothing of importance occurred that year, though
many of us did, during the first quarter. purchase study
hall seats at exorbitant prices from certain high-pressured,
slick-tongued senior salesmen -- in spite of warning from
the principal, Mr. Coffman, that the study hall was not
owned by the seniors and consequently was not theirs to
sell or rent at any price!
There were only two hundred one of us at the beginning
of our sophomore year, sixty-one having fallen by the
wayside because of grades, love, work, and other reasons.
Some rough edges were gone and we were beginning to
showdefinite signs of possessing intellects. All of us were
resigned to the fact that it was almost useless to try to
play hookey. Some of us had learned the hard way -- by
experience -- that Mr. Coffman possessed an all seeing
eye and knew what mischief freshmen were planning
even before they didl Our sophomore officers were
Charles McCrory, president, Billy Joe Graves. vice-presi-
dentg Martha Scoggin. secretary-treasurerg our sponsors
were Mr. Beard and Mr. Frazier.
As juniors, we returned in 1950, with a class of one
hundred eighty. Our officers were Charles McCrory,
presidentg Margaret Martin, vice-president, Tyson Robert-
son, secretary-treasurerg our sponsors were Mrs. Kirkland
and Mr.Crews. As is customary, we published the Wild-
cat , from which we realized a profit of iB140,78. We
gave the senior class S100 toward the expenses of their
trip to Memphis, at the end of the year we enjoyed a
recreational patty at Fairview Park. After all expenses
had been paid, we had 5513.32 to start our senior year.
Somewhat polished and beginning to gleam with
knowledge, one hundred fifty-four of the original class
returned as seniors in July, 1951. Our officers were Bobby
Brewer, presidentgGene Rayfield, vice-presidentg Cecilia
Evers, secretary, J. B. Perry, treasurerg our sponsors were
Miss Helton, Mr. Henson, and Miss Old.
In order to finance our class project -- the purchase
and installation of the backboards in the new gymnasium
ata cost of approximately S3600 -- we worked tirelessly
throughout the year. The gross sales of the annual mag-
azine drive topped those of all previous classes and we
netted about S1100 from the sale. The Tennessee Team,
led by Miss Old, edged out the Vanderbilt Team by a
few dollars. Funds derived from the sale of food at foot-
ball games, at basketball games, and at the District and
RegionalTournamentsheld in our gym, helped us to rea-
lize our projected goal,
Not the least of our labors during our senior year was
the publication of the 1952 Law-Co-Hi , not only was
it the largest L. C, H, S,annual to date, but more copies
of it were sold than of any previous edition. Gur class
had the distinction of conducting the first assembly of
the whole school in the new gym at the sixth period on
Tuesday, January 15, just before the dedication of the
building that night. We also helped brake in the stage
of the new building, presenting several plays in the
The final grinding and polishing processes were ad-
ministered to us during the last week in April -f exams
-- but all this was past and forgotten when we marched
by and received our diplomas! We were at last really
polished and glowing with our newly acquired dignity as
graduates of L. C, H. S,!
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