Mooreville High School - Yearbook (Mooreville, MS)
- Class of 1948
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We, the Senior Class of 1948,
dedicate this our first Year
Book to you, Mrs. Long, as a
token of our appreciation for the
patience and Sympathetic under-
standing you have shown us dur-
ing our days at Mooreville. You
have given us so much ofyour
time and help, and your own
personality. Itis with sincerest
thanks and best wishes that we
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Constructed by N. Y. A. Labor in 1940-4
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HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING
7 Remodeled from Old Teacherage in 1944
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First Row: Mrs. Pickens, Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. Curnmings, Miss Martin
and Mrs. Gray. Second row: Miss Reese, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Bean
Mrs. Wiygul, and Mrs. Collins. Third row: Mrs. Long, and Mrs
Westmoreland. Fourth row: Mr. Whiteside, Mrs. Seavey, Mrs. Bean
and Mr. Vaughan.
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"They love him most for
the enernies he has made."
"lt is not enough todo
good: one must do it the
"It matters not how long
we live, but how."
"What I can't see, I never
will believe in! "
"I never like being hit
without striking back."
DANNIE LEE RAPER
"What sweet delight a
quiet life affords."
"Nobody's enemy but his
REBA JO MONAGHAN ELSIE GRIFFIN
"Life is my college. May "A mind equal to any
I graduate well, and earn undertaking that she puts
some honors," lt along side of."
"Life is not so short but
there is always time for
" When you smile,
smiles with you. ' '
the wor ld
"I'll take my fun where
I find it."
"By the work. one knows
JAMES CAYSON EARL GRIMES
"Let every person mind his f "I ask not for a larger
own business." garden, but for finer seeds."
DOROTHY GUNTER MARY LOU SMITH
"Full of sweet indiffer- "1'11 find 3 way, gr make
ence." it! "
The manly part is to do
with might and main what
you can do."
For many years now, we've been looking forward to the time
when our class would be making history--the history of Mooreville
We all have eagen joyful anticipation of the futurq,and yet,
we look back sadly and fondly to our school days.
The majority of us started to school in 1935. We have four
members--Dorothy Gunter, Dannie Lee Raper, Clarence Westmoreland,
and James Marvin Cayson--in our class at present who started to
school at Hooreville. The beginners' teacher was Miss Pauline
Mattox. Mrs. Baker was the first grade teacher, and Mrs. Ethel
Lindley taught the second grade.
During these and the following years, other members of the
present senior class moved into this school.
Mrs Tennis Elliott taught the third grade when we were there.
She was a favorite teacher of all of us.
In 1958, we became fourth graders, and we were instructed by
Hrs. Aaron Morgan. We had the pleasure of being one of the first
classes to be in the new school building. This building is now
the high school building.
When we were in the fifth grade, we accomplished lots under
the leadership of Miss Catherine Farris.
A new member of the staff, Mrs. Julia Cbiffin, was our teacher
in the sixth grade. She later became our history teacher in the
The next two years, our seventh and eighth grade years in
school, we were in the study hall, and had different teachers for
In 1943 and '44, our freshman year in high school, we all
felt that we must have been at our height of learning, but that
thought d1dn't last long.
We started out that year with 22 in our class. A few dropped
out, and we also gained a few new members. We learned the routine
that all freshman classes must learn--being in the background,and
having last choice of things. Brother Abernathy was our sponsor
The next year found us on the second step of the ladder--we
were now sophomores. M s. Aaron Morgan was chosen as our class
i s Junior year brought a big time for us, for we had an op-
portunity to enter into new clubs and activities. We were initi-
ated by the seniors into the Commercial Club. The biggest event,
however, was when we received our class rings.
lith the help of our sponson Mrs. Tlras Gray, we entertained
the seniors with a banquet at the Tupelo Hotel.
Then came our senior year, the last of our high school. We
began school in September with an enrollment of 19 in our class.
During the term, however, we gained one member, Juanita McKinney,
and lost three--Artis Loyd, Joe Basham, and James Cayson.
Under the direction of our sponson,Mrs. Clyde Westmoreland ,
we presented a three-act play--Damsels Lg Distress.
Our gift to the school was a money safe.
It is with our best wishes that we leave Hooreville School,
and we sincerely hope that each class to follow will accomplish
as much in school as we feel that we have.
Pamela Royle. .
Geraldine Ware . .
Mrs. Meeks . .
Mrs. Guppy ....
Jimmy Love. .
Shelby Parsons . .
Aunt Eustacia. . .
Brayxner Babcock .
Ethelbert Meeks .
Mike and Bill. . .
Property Men . .
Stage Decorators .
Promptor . . .
. . An art student. . .
. . .A dramatic student. . .
. . .Who loves a masterful man. . . .
. .Landlady with an eagle eye .
. . . . A temperamental Russian .
. .A glamour boy. . .
. . A medical student . .
. .Who loves cats. . .
. . . .Poultry-rninded uncle. .
. . Quiet Disposition. .
. .Mary Lou Smith
. . .Elsie Griffin
Reba .To Monaghan
. . Lora Murphy
. . . Mona Hallmark
. . Clarence Westmoreland
. . Robert Morgan
. Dorothy Gunter
. . Bobby Taylor
- ' -De1iVe1'Yme1'l ---- Earl Grimes and Robert I-Iipps
Ercelle Witt 8: Ernest Smith
. Dannie Lee Raper 8: Bettie Johnson
Hymn NO. 175 .
Sermon . . . .
Hymn No. 142 lOmit Chorusl .
Benediction . . .
. nGod of Our Fathersu
. Rev. T. W. Smallwood
. . Congregation
nMy Jesus, I Love Theen
uHo1y Spirit, Lead Usu
. Dr. S. E. MacFadder
. . Congregation
. . .Dr. MacFadden
nmarch of the Priestsn
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Valedictory . .
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CHe1en Tally and Juanita
Eighth Grade Certificates.
Conferring of Diplomas
Recessional . . .
.nFarewe1l to Seniorsu
.Rev. O'Nea1 Estes
. . Lora Murphy
. . Reba Jo Monaghan
. . .nBarcharo11eu
. Dr. S. 3. Sargeant
Supt. Douglas Bean
nMarch of the Priestsn
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First row: Burma Price, Emogene Raburn, Lenore Burcham,Odie
Vee White, Dorothy Ann Westmoreland, Juanita Smallwood. Second
row: Onis Mitchell, June Urnfress, Vernell Mills, Ernest Bedford.
Third row: Kathleen Hussey, Verna Jean McKinney, Bobbie Leslie,
Varnell Caygle, Miss Martin. Fourth row: James Davis, Jimmy
Hussey, Lowery Tackett, Fred Leslie, Madison Shurnpert, Charles
First row: Marjorie Sheffield, Helen Tally, Betty Jo Duncan, Mary
Nell Powell, Laverne Garner, Bobbie Jean Miller, Jewell Smith.
Second Row: Ellen Estes, Martha Jane Priddy, Jeanette Irvin,
Bettie Jean Phillips, Bobby Jean Smith. Third row: WendellMc-
Kinney, Tom Westmoreland, Wanda Willis, Bobby Parham.Fou1-th row:
Mr. Whiteside, Trurnan Johnson, Billy Wheeler, Tommy Franks, John
Allen Priddy, Bobby Wiygul.
First row: Melvin Westmoreland, Phyllis Hawkins, Mary Charles
McKinney, Mary Sue Christian, Charleen Smith, Elna McKinney,
Athlene Hopkins, Della Lois Oxner, Tommy Butler. Second Row:
Bobby Farris, Joan Morgan, Madine Monaghan, Loeva Lamb, Kath-
leen Umfress, Hubert White. Third row: Mrs. Gray, Edna Ruth
Phillips, Varnell Murphy, Elsie Hallmark, Flo Ella Davis, Dot
Oswalt, Paul Loyd. Fourth row: Dennis Caygle, Holland Smith,
Karrie Weathers, LaVerne Ford, Ronnie Gregory, Annie Lou
Brooks, Lenora Westmoreland, Dorothy Jean Hopkins, Ovalee
First row: Omri Mitchell, Virginia Taylor, Ruth McKinney,Myriam
Brock, Sam Westmoreland, Roy Umfress, Billy Joe Gillentine. Sec-
ond row: Virginia Alred, Bettie Sue Wheeler, Sybil McKinney, Ann-
ette Ballard, Eula Mae Alred, Lois Louis, Clytee Whitman. Third
row: George Miller, J. C. Lee, Charles Sheffield, Lula Jane Franks,
Jane Basham, J. W. DeVaughan, Mrs. Long, J. C. Kelly, Joe Hall.
First row: Douglas Barnett, Laverne McKinney, Jean McKinney, Mil-
dred Phillips, Joyce Lucas, Nettie Jean Wheeler, Roger Bean. Sec-
ond row: Naomi Mitchell, Hazel Brock, Doris Herring, Virginia
Roberts, Sarah Sniith. Third row: Dorothy Faye Griffin, Juanita
Ford, Peggy Gray, Jo Evelyn Loftin. Fourth row: Miss Reese,.Timmy
Priddy, James Barnes, Jo Leslie, Robert Bolen.
S I X T H G R A D E
First row: J. W. Lollar, Mary Elizabeth Whiteside, Eddie Kelly,
Myra Beard, Bobby Umfress, Douglas Westmoreland, Tolsie
McKinney, Marion DeVaughan. Second row, Royce Hawkins, Faye
Lamb, Bobby McKinney, Barbara Smith, Doris Davis, Shirley
Hussey, Paul Bolen. Third row: Verna Jean Wheeler, Shirley
Monaghan, Louise Morgan, Nona Wayne Huffman, Laverne Hood.
Fourth row: Mrs. Hanson, Opaline Brock, MargaretGable, Robert
Presley, Charles Gunter, Billy Joe Willis. Absent: Charleen
First row: Chester Holder, Aubrey Mitchell, Lamar Hussey, Lapez
Powell, Mary Ruth Anglin, Shirley Alred, Cecil Estes. Second row:
Dewey Edwards, Heburn White, Janice Davis, Rebecca Mitchell, Jo-
Ann Hussey, Francis Ann Westmoreland. Third row: Jimmy Shef-
field, John Thomas Estes, Max Aycock, Ray lV1cDanniel, James
Mitchell. Fourth row: Johnny Wilson, Ben Loden, Mrs. Elliott,
Burma Lee Donald, Norma Gayle Snipes, lone Urnfress, Zera Mae
Kneeling: William Morgan, Leroy Bedford, Charles Grammer, Lelva
White. Standing, first row: Lanois Barnett, Florine Lee, Mary Lee
Green, Dorothy Bedford, Mary Jo Priddy, Barbara Pickens, Louise
Hall, Olan Ray Knight. Second row: Mrs. Pickens, Delma Ellis,
Dorothy Franks, Mary Elizabeth Comer, Shirley Brooks, Lawrence
Terry, Hoyt Sheffield. Third row: James Clayton, Odelle Hood, Velma
Ellis, Mildred Oxner, Smith Martin, Howard Estes. Fourth Row:
Charles Davis, Movline Cates, Bill Loden, Harold Estes, Joe Earl
Hunt, Orville Fennell, Bill Sheffield.
Kneeling: Donald Beard, George Sheffield, James Green, Thomas
Westmoreland, Herman Clyde Potts. Standing, first row: Syble Powell,
Betty Jane Morgan, Beverly Morgan, Dorothy McKinney, Patricia
Marcy, Linda Fay Johnson, Lurline Lucas, Jo Nell Donald, Gorden
Smith. Second row: Mrs. Collins, Dan Ballard, Wayne Monaghan,
Fred Lewis Ruth, Roy Allen McKinney, James Alfred Carnathan, Ken-
neth Kelly, Fred Westmoreland. Third row: Lamar Bishop, Allen
Brock, Charles Wood, Dorothy Martin, Nona Fay Smith, Betty Le-Fay
Ford. Fourth row: Jennie Ray Griffin, Pauline Estes, Shirley McDan-
ial, John Donald, Betty Joyce Harris, Jerry Willis, Joan Gable,Maxine
First row: Mrs. Cummings, Shirley Hamm, Marilyn Marion, Jo Ellen
Morgan, Billy Wayne Carnathan, Billy Pickens, Shirley Mae Harris,
Charles Adams. Second row: Joel Mitchell, John Wayne Phillips,
Gerldine Roberts, Annie Lois Franks, Barbara Westmoreland, Jimmie
Lou Chism. Third row: Evelyn Smith, Clyde Olen Hunt, Bobby Dale
Irvin, William Martin Young, Eva Maye Davis, Vernon Hamrn, Julian
Rogers, Joe Wade Brooks. Fourth row: Kenneth Barnett, Jimmie
Hunt, Lester Holder, Martha Estes, Louise Brock, Ruby Jean Hunt,
Kneeling: lral Loar, James Simmons, Richard Wheeler, Kenneth
Johnson. Standing, first row: Pauline Knight, Jane Loden, Martha
Sue Brock, Shelby Jean McCullar, Stella Jean Barnes, Annette Ruth,
Mary Lou Westmoreland, Ruth Ann Bell. Second row: Mrs. Wiygul,
Martha May Estes, Mary Evelyn Gable, Carolyn Powell, Brenda
McKinney, Billy Brents, Alene Rogers, Shirley McCleer.Third row'
J. W. Gilmore, Willie Bob Lee, Perrin Snipes, Billy Hunt, Wilford
Wood, David Lucas. Fourth row: Buster Priddy, Bobby Carl Hunt,
Murene West, Jeanette Garrett, Louise Gillentine, Sally Mae Ellis,
Joy Farris, Gene Loden, Delly Mitchell.
First row: Catherine Gillentine, Archie Lee Cates, Alfred Wheeler,
Verlon Thompson, Carrol Hunt, Sam Thomas Gilmore, James Beard,
Durell Lollar, Pauline Taylor. Second row: Mrs. Seavey, Carlene
Huffman, Laverne Brock, Pauline Grimes, Dorothy Jean Ellis, Wal-
lace Bolen, Freddy Martin, Sarah Green. Third row: Virginia Smithy,
Charles'Lee Kelly, Mary Alice Chism, Martha Ruth Comer, Freddy
Wayne Hood, J. W. Smith. Fourth row: Carlton Taylor, Johnny Frank
Smithy, Cullen Cates, Charles Gilmore, Raymond Earl Davis,Rebecca
First row: Sue Thompson, Jane Johnson, Minnie Pearl Loften, Linda
Nell Hussey, Jane Barnes, Carolyn Westmoreland, Shelby Jean Franks
Billy Paige, Martha Lee, Betty Gable. Second Row: Wanda Herring.
Polly Hunt, Annette Tackett, Patricia Gunter, Wayne Hunt, Nancy
Smith, Walter Lee. Third row: Mrs. Bean, Addie Powell,Sue Donald,
Shirley Hall, Kenneth Gillentine, L. B. Mitchell, Jerry Sheffield,Bobby
Carl Gilxnore, Endy Lue Davis. Fourth row: Tommy Witt, Shirley
Bishop, Charles Wayne Sheffield, Charles Kelly, Eugene Hollaway,Gil-
'bert Fowler, Don Marion, William David Phillips.
LEE COUNTY CHAMPIONS
Standing: Verna Jean McKinney, guard, Bettie Jean Phillips, guard,
Bobby Jean Smith, forward, Bobbie Leslie, forward, Kathleen Hussey,
guard, Laverne Ford, guard, Jewell Smith, guard, Hellen Talley, for-
ward, Marjorie Sheffield, guard, Athelene Hopkins, forward, Betty Jo
Duncan, forward, Phyllis Hawkins, forward. Kneeling: Varnell Mur-
phy, guard, Elna McKinney, forward, Annie Lou Brooks, guard, and
LEE COUNTY CHAMPIONS
First row: Earl Grimes, centerg Ercelle Witt, forward, James M. Cayson,
forward, Bobby Taylor, guard, Jimmy Hussey, guard. Second row: Mr.
Bean, Tommy Franks, center: Robert Morgan, guard, Karrie Weathers,for-
ward, Ronnie Gregory, forward, Charles Hopkins, guard. Third row: Billy
Wheeler, Guard, John Allen Priddy, guard.
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Co-Editors. .Mona Hallmark G: Lora Murphy
Business Manager ........ Bobby Taylor
Circulation Manager. . . . .Robert Morgan
Senior Editor .,... . .Reba Io Monaghan
Arranging Editor . .
. . .Elsie Griffin
Art Editor ....... . . . Robert Hipps
Photographing Editor. . . .Mary Lou Srnith
Sponsor .... . . . . .... Mrs. Long
Assistant Editor .
Sports Editors. .
Art Editors. .
Jokes Editor. . .
Typists. . .
. . Reba Jo Monaghan
. . . ...... June Umfress
Business Manager. .
. . . Bobby Taylor 8: Kathleen Hussey
.. . . . . . . . .MaryLouSmith
. .Dannie Lee Raper k Earl Grimes
Dot Westmoreland 8: Robert Morgan
. . .Mona Hallmark lr Robert 1-lipps
. . Elsie Griffin 8: Lora Murphy
MR. AND MISS MOOREVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
.Timmy Hussey Kathleen Hussey
Dennis Cnygle Kathleen Hussey
Bobby Taylor Helen Tally
MOST BEAUTIFUL AND MOST HANDSOME
Verna Jean McKinney E1-celle Witt
Mary Lou Sxnith Robert Morgan
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Burma Price Dennis Caygle
Mary Lou Smith Bobby Taylor
Bobbie Leslie Robert Morgan
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Burma Price Earl Grimes
Bobbie Jean Srnith Bobby Taylor
Bobbie Leslie Ercelle Witt
Clarence Westmoreland Dorothy Ann Weshnoreland
Clarence Westmoreland Jewell Smith
Charleen Srnith Bobby Parham
WISEST' ' SOPHOMORE
Reba .To Monaghan Lora Murphy
MOST DIGNIFIED SENIOR
BEST ALL-AROUND EIGHTH GRADER
Elna McKinney, Myriam Br0Ck.
June Umh-ees, Betty Johnson.
Bobby Taylor, Lora Murphy and
Joan Morgan, Mary Lou Sxnith,
Betty Johnson. Burma Price, Reba
.To Monaghan, Virginia Taylor, and
QUEEN AND COURT
Halloween Queen, Dot Oswalt
Qstandingl and attendents, Jane
Bashman. Dorothy Ann Westmore-
land, Betty Cole, and Wanda Willis.
D EVOTIONAL LEAD ERS
Dot Oswalt, Bobby Jean Millex-,Onis
Mitchell, Jane Basham, Wendell
McKinney, Lora Murphy, Clarence
Westmoreland, and Joe Hall
Mrs. C. C. Priddy, Manager
Mrs. Anna Fay 'Barnes
Mrs. Lizzie Lee Whiteside
Mrs. .Tess Gregory
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FFA AND FHA
President, FFA. .
Watch Dog .....
President, F.H.A. .
Reporter. . .
Song Leader. .
. . Jimmy Hussey
. . , . Fred Leslie
. Trurnan Johnson
. Lowery Tackett
. . Phyllis Hawkins
. . . . Dot Oswalt
. . . Helen Tally
Betty .To Duncan
. . . Helen Tally
President, Senior Girl's Club . . . Marjorie Sheffield
Vice-President ,........ . Bobbie Jean Smith
Secretary ,...... , . Kathleen Hussey
Program Chairman. . . . . Elna McKinney
Song Leader .......... . . . .Helen Tally
President, Senior Boys' Club. . . . , .Timmy Hussey
Vice-President ......... .... 5 Vendell McKinney
Secretary .......,...... Clarence Westmoreland
President, 4-Leaf Clover Girls, ..... . Shirley Husscv
Vice-President. . .
President, 4-Leaf C
Vice-President. . .
4-Leaf Clover Lend
. . . . . . . . . . Barbara Pickens
. ......... Tolsie McKinney
. . . . . , Frances Ann Westmoreland
lover Boys ........ Guy Ncllrlillan
. . , .Roger Bean
. , .,.. Lamar Hussev
er. ...... . , . llobbie Leslie
, . Mrs. Gray and Nr. Vaughan
Seated: James M. Cayson, Bobby Taylor, Robert Morgan, Clarence
Westmoreland, Ercelle Witt, Jimmy Hussey, Clarence Griffin, Madi-
son Shuxnpert, Fred Leslie, Bobby Leslie, Juanita Smallwood. Stand-
ing: Emogene Raburn, Odie Vee White, Reba Jo Monaghan, Mary
Lou Smith, Juanita McKinney, Elsie Griffin, Dannie Lee Rape:-, Lora
Murphy, James Davis, Lenore Burcham, Onis Mitchell, Kathleen
Hussey, Bettie Johnson, Dorothy Gunter, Burma Price,Mona Hall-
mark, Varnell Gaygle, Verna Jean McKinney, June Umfress, Dorothy
Ann Westmoreland, Charles Hopkins, Ernest Bedford, Lowery Tackett
Ernest Smith, Earl Grimes, Robert Hipps, Vernell Mills, Mrs. Long.
First row: Wanda Willis, Athelene Hopkins, Juanita Smallwood,
Helen Tally, Elna McKinney, Charleen Srnith, Ruth McKinney,
Myriam Brock, Joan Morgan, Phyllis Hawkins, KathleenUmfress
Second row: Marjorie Sheffield, Reba Jo Monaghan, Mary Lou
Smith, Jeanette Irvin, Juanita McKinney, Mary Charles McKinney,
Madine Monghan, Loeva Lamb. Third row: - Onis Mitchell,Lenore
Burcham, Jewell Smith, Betty Johnson, Dorothy Gunter, Mona
Hallmark, Bobbie Leslie, Bettie Sue Wheeler, Lula Jane Franks,
Mrs. Trammel, Varnell Murphy, Laverne Ford, Elsie Hallmark,
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PASTEURIZED 8z HOMOGENIZED GRADE "A" DAIRY
'BOX 281 PHONES 165 - 166
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Building Material for Every Purpose
Westinghouse Electrical Appliances
Wearing Apparel Peters Shoes Household Supplies
Blacks Department Store
111-113 North Spring Street Tupelo, Mississippi
Best Wishes from
The Tupelo Daily Journal
THOMAS-KINCANNON-E LKIN CO.
The Rexall Store
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NORTHSJDE MOTOR SALES
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North Spring Street Tupelo, Mississippi
D 81 W FOOD PRODUCTS CO.
Wholesale Distributors of Fine Candies
Phone 1643 Tupelo, Mississippi
HUNTER THOMAS MANUFACTURING CO.
TOWER LOAN BROKERS
Rooms 4 8a 5, Gregmore Building Phone 1367
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L O N G ' S
Steam Laundry and Cleaners
East Main Street Phone 24
D. MORGAN GROCERY
Groceries and Feeds
East Main Street Tupelo, Mississippi
TUPELO FLORAL CORP.
The Store of Quality
HINDS BROTHERS 8: CO.
Where you always find the largest and most complete stock oi'
Style and Quality apparel for Men and Boys
Over 47 Years in Tupelo
Hardware - Groceries - Seeds
Phone 1213 Tupelo, Mississippi
C 81 E CLEANERS
The Best in Cleaning
Phone 984 East Tupelo., Mississippi
Compliments and Best Wishes to the Mooreville School
M c G A U G H Y ' S
W. H. BAKER FURNITURE C0.
Complete Home Furnishings
Phone 347 Tupelo, Mississippi
Compliments of the .
COCA-COLA BOTTLINIG WORKS
Compliments of the
PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO.
TUPELO FEED 8: MILLING CO., Inc.
H. S. BRYANT PLUMBING CO
Plumbing - Heating and,Gas Fitting
407 East Main St. Phone 854
DAVIS DRUG CO.
Opposite the 'Post Office Phone 32
ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO.
M A R I ON ' S
Sporting Goods - Electrical Supplies
MILLS. CYCLE SHOP
Cycle for Health and Pleasure
DOTY BUICK C01.
Buick GMC Trucks
Sales and Service
Phone 738 Tupelo, Miss.
Studio on Troy Street
Opposite Bus Station Phone 952
SEAL GROCERY 81 MARKET
Fresh Meats - Groceries and Fish
306 N. Spring 'St. Phone 934 85 935
BEGGS FURNITURE CO.
210 N. Spring St. Phone 148
Life Feeds and Milk-Flo Dairy Feed
Hatchery, Feed 8z Supply Company
Baby Chicks - Poultry Supplies
314 E. Main St. P. O. Box 326
PERRY'S K. A. K.
Expert Cleaners and Dyers
Telephone 311 Tupelo, Miss.
A L L E N ' S
Always Something New
IS al Good Place to Eat General Merchandise
"One Low Price to All"
WE WISH TO THANK THE ADVERTISERS
FOR HELPING MAKE THIS BOOK
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