Morganfield High School - Morganaire Yearbook (Morganfield, KY)

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THE MIIRGANAIRE Volume 4 Published by THE SENIOR CLASS of l952 THE MURGANFIELD HIGH SCHOUL C0-EDITORS CHARLES B EVA OAKLE CONTENTS DEDIOATION ADMINISTRATION and FACULTY CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS FEATURES SENIOR EVENTS SNAPSHOTS ADVERTISEMENTS FOREWORD If the followmg pages renew pleasant recollec tlons In the mlnd of the reader lf the plctures the words refresh the heart wlth the true splrlt of M H Q. then the purpose of thls book will hawe been accompllshed g . . stir a quieted memory in the years to comeg if i D L Q , . . l' DEDI ATIO ...l gt-ss To MISS BETHEL whose name will forever be dear to us and whose dlstmctnon ln the flelds of teachmg and guldance of youth has mented for her a warm deference and frlendshlp of all the students the staff proudly dedlcates thus yearbook OUR TH Nr A--1'vf WE THE STAFF OF 52 WISH TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS OUR THANKS AND APPRECIATION TO OUR SPONSOR AND OUR FAC ULTY ADVISOR FOR THEIR HELPFUL GUIDANLE AT ALL TIMES WE EXPRESS OUR DEEPEST AP PRECIATION TO OUR SPONSOR FOR THE MANY HOURS SHE HAS SPENT WITH US WITHOUT HER HELP IT WOULD HAVE BEEN IMPOSSIBLE TO PUBLISH THE MORGANAIRE OF 52 Vs-l""""2 x WX x Xkwmnk W' xX . F35 r,, .- n A-lgfrxf ffy IL Q JI! fn. 1 ccvnr, 0, 5 V4 r lip 195 S an 3 X 'ng ff OTHO EDWARDS CARLOS OAKLEY RUTH HOUSTON Attendance Offlcer Sec etary SUPERINTENDENT B0 RD of EDUCATID RALPH HART RUDY NORMAN S. D. OMER Chairman' E TULEY CLEMENTS E. L. PAYNE 1 x 5 5 ,, MrW"' Z fi Qi f ' 7 1 r at If" ' 0 5 o H x ,0ur n rmwlpal a , 1 'Q' 'I' f Fx h'5,'5g'-,, ' 1 .,- , - Ap mari X ' an g o , .'. ,ff , i I s 1 ...uf 'si ' ' 31' wa, .,--, .. --. S as Q 'fin R, z J-A , f if f' A -ra. E 4. X , ' x I K R nn .53 4 Qgux. 4 2 5 MRS. ANNA MORGAN Secretary to Principal 64? HI ll SCHOOL FACULTY MISQ FRANCES BETHFI 1' 9 Llbl irlan .M 1 K J J .E . 51: , , X ' at I X f 'J g l r It W' , M0 '4"" , 1. f,?' f"? 'Q 5 E A 5 if ' 1 wr' ' I , jg i A gh! Y E, 9 Vgk '1 A I JOE LUCKETT JAMES BENNETT ARTHUR OWEN English Speech English ENGLISH and SPEECH Q Sh laws 5. ,,,. 'Ns JOHN CROWE Mathematics and Coach BEN DAVIS Science MATHEMATICS ' 14. 5 N E JE-i le fi' i ffl- wf M f- 5,""' ' 'Ee'-af ,- XIQQ4 .W and SCIENCE BOWERS WALLACE American History Economics Government IMOGENE SHELTON World Hlstory C1v1cs SOCIAL SCIENCE v gg- 'V' ,. .-l , '49 MARY FRANCES DAVIS Home Economics IS CHARLES MILLER Agriculture FUGFUMSSOO UZ? UJZO'-"-IPOO4 I . 410 IU' HILDA WASSON Commerce 9' sr 0 'N MUSIC x N S.. HOWARD McKEAIG Band and Chorus EMILY STOLL Public School Music J H DAISY JOHNSON J vga .K , , x QQ? f K 91 K and ELEMENTARY FACULTY Ya-W' JULIA KERNEY Elementary Principal l'Q",T'-7'7" .. WILLIAM DAWSON Elghth Grade WILLIE M BEABOUT Seventh Grade K FLORENCE GRAFF Flfth Grade M New KATHLEEN MCGARY Elghth Grade 0 MYRTLE HANER S1Xth Grade 'Qu KATHLEEN GATLIN Fourth Grade X ELIZABETH PIKE Seventh Grade KATHRYN BERRY Flfth Grade IVA MILLS Fourth Grade 4 me I f 'A .I A ca AQ K if md. ' , A ,.r 5 I ,W A 4,79 V1 5 ' I ',x' D' , 2 Ts R L ,X I A I Sp. A 9 " I -: g Z , k Y 46 X . x Q is Af? I X. 'X 2. I , 1 . L L , R Ny, .L Wm , A -, . t I ,fa V -F H" .5 Q G LUCY PIKE MARY EDNA O'NAN FRANCES F0 Fourth Grade Third Grade Third Grade A CARMA LILLIAN SPRINGER ELIZABETH JOHNSON PATRICIA PIKE Third Grade Second Grade Second Grade ,: , Q3 Awww ,f, 3 X up ALMENA YOUNG AILEEN HOLT EULA LIVERS Second Grade First Grade F 11'St Grade STUDENTS 'TY nhrf 'i B 55,1 Gden Stuolfl XT Axwfle 47N K' Pbnswf- Iamm-I 'Bobs A gags bekrrz.. A'HUQ.'1'lQ, .ff-X 1-W ' fxs Q .346-H Ia. U an-P rxgusargg TYewW10S S-Musa-rd. NXQ 5 5 enaq + f M fx 4. S+.ucl3o 406 US K if YQ C. Yes K-Xt.Xe.q V-'Misell H-Y B A f V vr N K. Chwarfo 4 - Hoxt 1 Y J' 1 Bi-ssdl SENIOR OFFICERS PRESIDENT BOBBY GLENN STEWARD VICE PRESIDENT BILL TOM BRANTLEY SECRETARY MARGIE WATSON SPONSORS HILDA WASSON FRANCES BETHEL TREASURER ..,..................................... ........ JUDY BELOW mf Q1 'VN if sv' BOBBY GLENN STEWARD 'X-kv Somebody Loves Me AGNES DETRAZ Dlmples and Cherry Cheeks MARION MOMAN They re All My Type ' RITA HOOPER "Anchors AW9lg'h,, UJWO'-'2l'1'lUJ CDW '-'ZITI "I've Got a Pocketfull of Dreams" G- 1 431 lf'I' .fig 1' 4 ANN RHODES H ,Q-gh "Someday My Prmce W11l Come i?f " ?. ' ff o ,-H1 J IMMIE TOOMBS ,fi 5' ! fy' 'TF'-0 ,.--"' f NS-' f'C'1'25a. -'rfsff ' U-"Inf .::.1'.'..-3,-5 Hynix, gi-:'.Ii-f"fg-:Ei ess.-1.-- HELEN WHITSELL ,ggfg 5 4 'Tm in Love" ff 41 5 Q mfr' A Q 'S' vu V ,qfryflsg A , , ,W,k 3 5 Maki? ,A -Q. K' -p. ., Manu. nw if-""" ff, 0 4 J? ii "' 'td' JAMES JOINER ' "Young Man in Love" A , z jo A . , d - E xr 4. xt' I 4 fe " f g K 'Ng , N o K fy' wi ,1- x , Itfdf lj 1-1. A all 'tl 1 5 " 'E ROBERT PATRICK -......... - A N, -ff A . "BaShfu1" A TA me fdrx fp 'hx 4- S nn- . 'T i A .GST-if? CHARLOTTE HOLT 'A -,"""', "I've Got You on My Mind" 9' Ton? I , 4 ink CHARLES BRATCHER .fax 7 si 0 fr ,iw "Somewhere I Know There's a Girl A for Me" X ' MARTHA ALVEY "You'd Be Surprised" v UJFUO'-'2l'l1UJ An Old Fashion Girl" lfg EVA OAKLEY 'Little NestfOrTwO" 4 L 4? ,24- .-5-,'-4 ., 424' a- x HOWARD STEWART - " K Everyday Is Ladies' Day with Me" """ -i z. 5 :ell 'li JUDY BELOW ,FW NORMAN FELTY ME ' " , He's TOO Fat for Me" , .A ' !!a .i 1 X , .f R fl' f 4 1 E lr' In M p 5 3 I L J 5 TOMMY BERRY If'-fi ' I 4 "GirlCrazy" x,. ff. in as "YK 'RQ-Q , , ' VIRGINIA FISHER vc, I A "Undecided" ff 9 4 Cf' se' 5 BILL TOM BRANTLEY ' h "Why DOI Love You?" Fl ""' l g if -v we Wg- Love L1t Eyes R If 5 T5 ' - f' ' 1 I Vm,,,,,,, . BETTY JANE. BUCHANAN "' UJW -'2F1UJ cnFUO'-'2l'f1m DONAN JENKINS "Fc-zudin' and Fightin' " MAXINE COLLINS "Because of You" LEE ROY DYE "Peg 0' My Heart" MARY NELL SPENCER "Oh, You Beautiful Doll' 'J .si af' -1, ., 1. . 'ff-'4:,,. , ,,.,- . - - 1, , 1 ..'!-il'-. , -' :.:::f:f '---Q I f ! A ' qu A 2 4 .,,' ,J 1 .5- 5 1.191 .S"g'73', Y 4 L ir if Eff 1 Q Ah, 1.59 .. x K, fbi ' , - fi 34 bfi b t' , Zfk L A I. lp' ' wa' ' 11, .Q fvf ' ,g m 'S 1 4, Q' ' .0 1 'f' 5 lg. 1 .W D V W -. fffiffxgz. s ' Q. R ,'Q. R ' DON MILLER 5 "They Say It's Wonderful' :L R y ,S ,gf , 3 H s. If Q ,ffm f' Y --if 5 lu QV. e - I, -ffazz... 21 h MARY HENDRICKSON 1 . .Za fl' c4Th R . K. d,, tv in.. e Ovlng' In , 'f Q exam rw 'R' mv- irq 'yr 3 1- ' :1-3, I as 1' dv' F h 1' HELEN CURRY "5' 2, Eyes of Blue" -3 'F'-ELL' ,Q,, . ge nv 1' fE4iA1!: k ,, .f 7 5 VJ ' MARY RUTH OGLESBY J, "Reaching for the Moon" E Ji.. . 4....u. . u:7JO--Ztficn DON MILLS "I Can Dream, Can't I" MARGIE WATSON "Someb0dy's Sweetheart" BETTY NELSON "Beautiful Dreameru TWILA FOWLER "Always the Lady" , x .URL W. is A .L rj Lei g ,' 3 , 'gum vm Ziff 'QQ' L- x m if I-was gf?-'-a'8'bE:'i' 3.5 and Y T 5:--,:,'.I-1-ga' S" L 43 '.5"'5 Q- - ,- I f P' Y I i au- A .-L1 -. B! TQ Q if V V qs was ffkw S-wa 1 , Y ae , .Y ef ?d'f15fQ'f3'1'a. 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Q' 47" , . 31' I 52 f- I X 5 It 1 sky. 1- -.1 - Mtv BILL BUCKMAN MILDRED STONE JAMES RAY JIMMY HANKS r'N v"'X I 1 K A - ,,.,-A-an .4-w s., JOAN BAIRD 3 Y Q., qv, 1.T"S 1 I, ijfaniie , ' I-w a 4 Efifciil x QI J -.Q "S fa fr- ' , W I A Wap j ' I , A J 'I- R f UJWO-'ZCH Lu MWC'-'Z WAYNE HEFFINGTON JOAN GREY GEORGE THOMAS ' M54 W FAYE LYNN SMITH JERRY BRANTLEY C.: uf- ,0- f 1 ffv - Q Vt OP 6: 'ITT' ' if f ' SHIRLEY ARNOLD " CHA E L i f RL SMCOU LOUGH Y 45. I :Oy -B ,, , 1 if E. SARAH COLLINS L' BUGGS ERVIN NEALLIA MOMAN K' f'f71 -A BARNEY ELLIOTT 14" -E V S " ' MARYBRISBY 'QV' ' A RAY MATTINGLY A 'YV - OLLIE CHEATHAM N K JEAN ROBINSON Q-Q LAWRENCE DUCKWORTH X Y. N wx ' ,f S Q A . " JACK CONWAY ADELYN O'NAN 'Fi ,S- Q LARRY MASON JEAN GIBSON 5 A' - UJFUO'-ZCIG-' A I PATTY MCBRIDE ff? if " 'Sw ' RAY THOMPSON JACKIE FINKLE CHARLES BUCHANAN MARGARET STRADER ' Sf- BUBBY HENRY SOPHOMORES OFFICERS PRESIDENT GERALD GRIGGS VICE PRESIDENT BILLY JOE STEWARD TREASURER JANE LOVELL SPONSORS IMOGENE SHELTON CHARLES MILLER SECRETARY .........................,.C..,,...C,....... EMILY OAKLEY A , , 3 ., Q K s L, ,?f"""x Q.. ' VIRGIE STOKES HUBERT BUCHANAN BILLY JOE STEWARD SHIRI EY HUNTER PARVIN GIBBS EMILY OAKLEY JERRY GRIGGS LIBBY SKINNER 5 . . 4- ELIZABETH PAYNE B DAN OLSON 'CF' '- ' JACKIE HARVEY DUO?-O'I."UOUJ UDF! " ix If U 4' , iw -A , HLSLL rv-'-'f A SALA N" 1 A1 H Hi X65 i I O ,S,, Li S NADINE NALLEY 5 TOMMY HIGGS f mrf15UO3QI"UOm NADINE DUNWAY ROBERT LYNN if X -nr SUSAN HOWARD J Af A xg A fx ? W f . 'N .-gg, if JAMES COOKE is - JEANNINE MILLER , J ' Q, i 2 A 5 E if L A 4 xi 'W Ari 3 ' ' JL.: :N S 'W' 'U' 4' ' A DONALD DEVERS M' BETTY LOU HOWERTON 'ihnv S gf 1+ A .. , 3 ALBERT DAILEY .gs 1 T . ERNESTINE TUDOR AX .. GONZALO MARTIN .12 A 2 JTO 'al fn. " "Q "' 'N' ABBIE BEGGS I 4-'x """" KENNETH CHANDLER MARGARET MERCK 5 s 5 f fl A im' M , i V K O . ry 1. 'I S f ' .J J EANN E BATES WAYNE WIMBERLY BOBBY CURRY RUTH CORBETT DONALD TOOMBS JACKIE FOWLER PRENTICE BRISBY EMMA JEAN FELTY E. I 1 vi X . 6 12 K ,- Q-. A NB, B My 1 D Q... I E 'iss' -ffm N DELLA ROPER JIMMY BINGHAM VIDA NELSON JOYCE WATSON HAROLD DUFF r'-, x ' xt. 3 -ar .1 I A KL 7 an - A x .3 .A e F Q -. I 'x qt., f A 5 yi? ,L E 6, il Ya Nav 'ig JA EX ' X J Q5 ml Q x It .-Ev 5 6' 'I +' nf 1 ,f"" ' 4-Y . A ,z I .Q mrr15UO3GI"UOm ml115UO3O.'JZ."'UO JANE LOVELL ' ' ' JIMMY BERRY PATSY HOOPER ,gn 'N MARLIN DUNN NELLIE STEWARD 'ma' MPX xi fx I , gm? I 'N DONALD BAIRD SHIRLEY OGLESBY DONALD PATRICK BETTY SUE NESBITT JOHN NIXON GEORGIA POWELL DORRIS REBURN KATHERINE MEYER I xg. f W x Al,- Q I 1 , 5 if P Q S fn 5' ff- V' . M + 3 , x ,S Q P Ii' I 1 3 :,,' Q fy 'R . :P I m im, '13 P f g SNA' CYS. . KA ' PJ,IS 1 , ,W 3 1 , x 4 X ALICE SMITH ,Q I STEWARD LOVELL 1 I. ,. HENRY GRIFFIN S 'P NORMA RISINGER LARRY BRANTLEY ,QI DORTHY NELL WINDERS HARRIS SHOUSE JOAN ROLAND ANN JENKINS EDWARD CLEMENTS lm ""'i MEUWOSOITOM KENNETH BROWN ,I ,-na f JOHN RICKS NEIL RIDDLE F RESHME OFFICERS PRESIDENT .........,.,,...,..,..........,,..,.,........... DAVID GRIGGS VICE-PRESIDENT ...,.,.......,.,,...,... JOHANNAH ELLIOTT SECRETARY ............................,....................... MARY'OMER TREASURER .,..............,.......,..,..............,. BARBARA BLUE SPONSORS ...........,..,.........,..,...... MARY FRANCES DAVIS JOE LUCKETT JAM O J CKIE UCKMA L RE OWE L COU NE GI SO WM GON OBERT KELSEY ORE A. 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R , if " QQ" Y- wr X ' 5' 'Q fee-M wwf! -w-f EIGHTII GRADE 5!!ii li!!ii ii!!5'f5 KATHLEEN McGARY MQ Fsiiz! fziis? Sai?" """" 1 ,W Q- .. -va, 4 pq'-s-vnu 6,55 11 in' K 4,3 5 3 ,if W-M1 0 fr""'Q Q 'hxzil SEVENTH GRADE 'S V rms fggeil EEE! Eff?-'1 """"""'! """' nii ini EQQE F! Qi? ll? 4 1 lr M ,ii V 5 P3 11. . 21:25 P V5 A ' .3 SIXTH GRADE fini! E E Ei!! """""' 'M' L!n!.i EHEI E!!ij I ,e f1x,,,, 5, A ...aw 54515114 A A -' .fl ..,,.., NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY LI OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES SEC Y TREAS SPONSOR BILL BRANTLEY MAXINE COLLINS MARY OGLESBY FRANCES BETHEL ,4"" B. Brantley, J. Brantley, B. Steward, B. Henry, M. Oglesby, M. Collins, Miss Bethel, J. Baird, H. Pride, and J. Below. OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES SEC TREAS REPORTER LIBRARY CLUB JUDY BELOVS JANE BISSELL JANE LOVELL JOAN ROLAND T Our L1brary Club IS composed of students who serve as llbrarlans 1n the Hlgh School Junlor Hlgh and Elementary Llbrarxes Jane Lovell, Emma Jean Felty, Helen Prlde, Rlta Hooper, Ruth Corbett, Ann Jenkms, Joan Roland Jane Blssell, Sue Lee, Judy Below, Jeanne Bates, MISS Bethel, Mary Oglesby, Georgla Powell Margaret Strader, and Thresa Whxtledge SPONSOR .... -..,l-,1-.iIll-.l-.--P-RANGES BETHEL W Q' 55.7 'Sy CLUB OFFICERS PRESIDENT JOAN BAIRD VICE PRESIDENT HELEN PRIDE SECRETARY JUDY BELOW -1 TREASURER BETTY NESBITT 'F SPONSOR MARY F DAVIS -Q--p i V91 ' if a Ll'llJ ggllr hm Ps 'M 1'1.6!Qfb 1 W ...- I P 1' ff? 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W Heffmgton J Berry O Cheatham B Curry M Dunn K Jenkms M Woodrmg T Conway b S+eward C Courtney H Shouse D Reburn J Hollli D Balrd A Daxley P Brlsby H Buchanan F Langley D Griggs B Devme D Patrlck E Clements E Babb B Powell J Ray D Jenkins Mr Mlller S Lovell L Dye R Warren L Darnell B Woodrmg and J Grlggs iffy 'ig FBLA CLUB EDUC-ATloN pb uiwl-cd Burma: 015sn 6Qy OFFICERS PRESIDENT CHARLES BRATCHER VICE PRES MARGARET STRADER SECRETARY JUDY BELOW TREASURER JOAN BAIRD SPONSOR HILDA WASSON FBLA r,OQn'H f A M Collms, E Oakley, M Spencer, R Hooper, A Rhodes, M Hendrickson, M Strader, W Rxtch, F Smlth, B Elllott, M Shrote, M Oglesby, J Hanks, A O'Nan, H Prlde, J F1nkle,J Ba1rd, J Below, M Perdue, J Gray, M Alvey, N Dunaway, T Whltledge, H Whltsell, M Watson, H Wassor, B Flsher, J Blssell, N Moman, B Ervm, C Bratchex, J Whltsell, M Moman, and J Brantley g I Q Q Q Q . 1 X ' ' ' ' -, ,, T x -A'--,-'---------'- J ' 8 ' . I ' J ...........,.,,....... .. 4 . ' "3 I C, Q ssres ,----,--,v,-"'---- ,A J P W at A ,Qin if , FN .-. ., I R N :AQ as V R s f " - , rl A. A A f G , 4-,Q , Q .rs ., J - 4 - :Liza A, 9 as , W 4 ' K EKKO STAFF CO EDITORS JUDY BELOW MARION MOMAN BUSINESS MGR BOBBY STEWARD CHIEF REPORTER RITA HOOPER REPORTERS MARY OGLESBY MAXINE COLLINS HELEN WHITSELL MARGIE WATSON SOCIETY EDITORS VIRGINIA FISHER CHARLOTTE HOLT SPORTS EDITORS CHAS BRATCHER BILL TOM BRANTLEY CIRCULATING EDITORS EVA OAKLEY MARY NELL SPENCER ADVERTISING EDITORS NORMAN FELTY HOWARD STEWARD ART EDITORS JAMES JOINER TOMMY BERRY PROOFREADER THRESA WHITLEDGE SPONSOR ARTHUR OWEN S i 951 R 5' M The EKKO IS our school paper whlch IS publlshed by a staff of Senlors The new staff for the followmg year IS selected bv the graduatmg staff 25 .4 "oN Mus" V 1 'X t -.. X A Q. 3 I I' M MARY NELL A I . N, :..o I 'ff' Le' ADELYN O'NAN SPENCER '2'1L...i 'o ,V A VIRGINIA FISHER SARAH COLLINS F"- Z Nfl JA EVA OAKLEY rr- FLAG-TWIRLERS ,,. 9 i X f X 'G fy? WM., Betty Sue Nesbltt Jack1e Fmkle Carolyn Moman Maxme Colhm MASCOTS: Calva Lofton Susan Graves X III ll SCHOOL .252-' Director OFFICERS: President A .. ,.q.VV ,,,w,,,,,,ww,, Charles Bratcher Vice-President .....r.......r..f...Vrr. Libby Skinner Secretary ......,....... . .., ...... ----- A-- Eva Oakley Treasurer reY...e.eYrr.A,...A.r...,.......A. Betty Nesbitt MR. MCKEATG K nonus T Pdlestem S Oglesby P Wlllxame N Hazel M Ome1 VN Heffmgton J Watson N Steward lVlCBlld6 A ONan M Collms S Henderson D Hughee A Hopson S Howard J Buckman Wlnterbottom L Sklnner C Bratcher 'VI Shrote f' Holt M Ogleeby B Flllott E Oaklev Flshel S Collins N Rlddle f'O3P'U bet,-az, 7B. Nesbltg, M. Speneer: M. Dendriekson, N. Holt,.N. Hunt,er,.E. Oakley, .N. Moman: BAND BA.:- Q lb WX V fbi! vin' if oil xii sf ii! 'Q Mr McKea1g Dlrector WOODWIND C Endsley J Ell1ott N Todd A Currw D Blxel B Brldges J Buck man G Grant S Clements N Rlsmger P Brantlex BRASS M Prltchett L Brantley J Randolph G Currw J Carner N Hazel W Hul lette T Fortenberry I Lovell H Below B Elhott CONCUSSION B ONan B Moman B Endsley J Below W Heffmgton J Strader 1 nf, XI 'VY A g"""'r ........J'2--- 974' Ji w L,...l-W 'H an , '- , 5 V' I L is ' . ' A is rv . A, B Q4 B19 ,ru 'l .rx W J A .-N , N 1 1 l . V ,V V .,bl'Ny' gi 4 N I .--, , fir' - I X I L v' 2 K ' 4 .' A ' , ' 1 N-4 ,QM ' ,Q ' Y 3 lv X A 'J r me . pg ' A Q T .UN W A A , ' 7 : . , . 'i ., . , . 3, . ' , . ' , . , . , . , . , . ty. I . , . , . I . t', . , . ' , . , n 7, I , I , 1 . n , y . . . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . - O K L gi , -A K X 2 T W A K Q if f tx rl 8 . ,Q . 2 sk V Vg. , Q fe ,x , K A Yi' .Q f A is 1 V 1 B, Q .,t. mv--, G . f Q ' :nun nun r ' ' A 1 B -' B ::::::: .:::::4, -' ' K I I ' ' - .u-br-S-95. A D , ..,f'. h .. 'M , ,,,,,,A,,,,.,,,,l.. My " Jfff' , as '- W th u ' 0 I " .W .3 ,A A sais, Hui 4 A Rrx ' , u 1 ' . "5 ' ' ' I A . ' 5 ,. 'RG 4 N ,. ,A l ' Mr . ' A P J 4 mg, ,P ' .egg ru -. F., PM in I , . , - JUNIOR HIGH CHORUSES On mann is , qu V044 Ommnnihvf STUDENT ASSEMBLY COUNCIL OFFICERS: PRESIDENT .......S,,,,,,.A,, BILL BRANTLEY VICE-PRESIDENT ,,,,4I,,,,,.,,,,,,..-... JIM COX SEC'Y-TREAS. .Iw. MARY HENDRICKSON SPONSOR ....4SS......II.....A.I..... JOE LUCKETT Mr. Luckett, Pat Porter, Mary Hendrickson, Harold Duff, Bill Tom Brantley, Jim Cox, Betty Buchanan, James Whitsell, Edward Lang- ley, and Billy Joe Steward. QUNIUR PL Y "DRUMS of DEATH" CAST: Sheldon Harley Fooper ,, , Feleste ., e e, Amelia Gillette Eugenia Bowles Mrs. Gillette Jules ..,,., e e.eee e Miss Oakley ,, ,e Paula Bailey ,,,ee,e. e Doctor Cameron .i,ee Vharles Mt-Cfullough e , Billy Joe Fisher e ,.l,. Melbu Shrote e Yeeee e Joan Gray Nealie Momzin e Faye Lynn Smith e ee,e,e Harney Elliott Mildred Perdue Patty McBride Jimmy Hanks 'a is sf?" X xx Y ' .rwfw fd!! f :Q A as N j , T3 Q' Q'A' ' 3, 5 A f j FOOTB LL n M r- "WGN ' '. :WX F35 A 'Q sa ptfi- F5 gd ul 5 J Hanks P Gibbs D Dewers R Thompson Coach Dawson B FIVIH B Buckman B Elllott D brlggs R Mattmgly B Flsher B Steward Coach Cxowe Coach Owen J Brantley J Grlggs T Conway E Langley R Lynn H Steward J Jomel H Grufln S Lovell J Cox B Brantley L Duckworth B Wrenn B J Steward J Conway SCORES OF GAMES Morganfleld Fulton Morganfleld Murray Morganfleld Prlnceton M01-ganfleld Madlsonvllle M01-ganfleld Owensboro C8th0llC Morganfleld Bowllng Green Morganfxeld Provldence Morganf1eld Marlon Morganfleld Henderson Morganfxeld 12 SturglS QUEEN SHIRLEY HUNTER ATTENDANTS: Maxine Collins Patty McBride Jackie Harvey Carolyn Moman L- 9 3 ef? 'L RJ A I A W4 "'7-Cl I ODDSON AW RD -buff. L """ ,J-q"'.t' YJ 'M XX -if WM. The Woodson Award IS presented each year at the annual football banquet to an outstandlng player on the MHS team Thxs award IS QIVGH each year bv Mr Wlll T Woodson former MHS football coach and now a successful attorney 1n ChlCagO Ill1no1s The pr1nc1pal quallflcatlons whlch the rec1p1ent of thls award rnust have are h1gh scho lastlc standlng excellent sportsmanshlp and great walue to the team Hovs ard Steward recelved the Woodson Award ln 1951 Other reclplents are lxsted below Eddle Russell C6011 Wllllams B1lly Greenwell Curt1s Heady J 1m Thomas Leonard Mltchell Kavanaugh Gayle Bllly Hedges J R Clark Harlan Sheffer Allen Duncan 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 Cene Greenvx ell Bllly Clements Gene Colhns Daud Bredenkamp Buddy Hamner Frankle Kmg Murrav Norman John Grlggs Bobbv Byrnes Allen Kmg B1ll Barber 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 ,L 'WA wwf?" A+ .fwgiw ik S 'Q ww 5,11 -Neg? 'Q 4?-:1ff3Q ffgW 9 ,avg 3 n .,.. ,-1. ,. 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IT TEM 1' 'R :EH 'QB "'liN:fo sk Coach Owen J Brantley B Brantley B Flhott B G Steward J Joiner J Cox R Thompson Coach Crow K Chandler B Henry J Marvel J Hanks L Duckworth P Crbbs R Wrenn J GUESS B Flsher J Whltsell P Brlsby H Duff D Grlggs H Shouse B J Steward Poole Umontown St Vmcent Clay Sturgls Holy Name DHVIGSS County Corydon Provldence Sturgls Hebbardsvllle Hendel son Marlon Lyon County Corydon Hugheq Klrk Unlontown Dlxon St Vmcent Provldence OCHS Owensboro Tech M01 ganfleld Morganfleld Morganfxeld Morganfleld Morganfleld Morganf1eld Morganfleld Morganfleld Morganfxeld Morganfleld Morganfleld Morganfleld Morganfleld Morganf1eld Morganfleld Morganfleld Morganfleld Morganfleld MOFg3Hfl9ld Morganfleld Morganfleld Morganfleld l QUEEN LIBBY SKINNER ATTENDANTS Rlta Hooper Joan Gray Shlrley Oglesby Gaye Bxxel The basketball and football queens of MHS are selected each year ln the followlng manner Each class selects three candldates for queen from whom the players elect four A contest IS then held between the four classes to see whlch one sells the most season tlckets The candldate from the wlnnlng class becomes the queen Both queens of 1951 52 were from the Sophomore Class J lm J umor Forward Bobby Glen Senlor Co Captaln Guard J ayblrd Senxor Co Captam 'K Jerry J umor Forward al Don Mascot B111 Tom Semor Guard ig . Yi M x at K. -4' . in . 46 ' 77 K, . . fig ' Q - . 35 K . :af ,:,: Z :nf- f Guard ' 1 i v V' . .gf g I X aaara 2 ' 5' ' G .. so 79 3 'A X - 15 X .s , 5? 1 Ray J un1or Forward l Kerry Sophomore Guard Barney Buddy J umor Forward Jumor Center Bllly Joe Junior Guard Marlon Senlor Center BRU ER AWARD In basketball even aa far back as the hlrtlea there was a growlng feehng on the part of the school and the supporters 1n town that there Qhould be an award compar able to the Woodaon Award 1n football In 1937 Dr E S Bruner ever loval to us ln the School and IH the athletlc plogram volunteered to preeent each xear a gold baeketball to the player w ho would be named by a commlttee ae the most outstandlng IH scholarshlp athletlc ab1l1tv and aportsman shlp 1937 1938 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 Bllly Hedges B111 T Cartwrlght Stewart Bruner Donald Bratchel Cllfton Slgler Jack Hopgood Gene Tag lor 1945 1946 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 Rlchard Duncan Brocton Grlggs Phlllp Carner Bennle Nut Morgan Joe Edelsteln B111 Snooks Foster James Jas Jolner Z I .c b ' x Y - ' Q n f 9 gm - W 9 or - , sl , L . tv V ,K - , v , Y h . . . S . Y . I .. , K K - The following have been winners of the coveted award: 1939 .,........,.......eY,e,.,... "Babe" Hopgood 1947 ..e..,........... ......,,....., H enry Cowan -slull-U-------H--U'----N I nu----U-nbY---5--'---F-.ATTNKK 7! bb,1-AY'-U'-''vYAYYA--,'.YvvAYV,YY-- Y --'-----'---'I-FFF'-A. l Li 66 A1771 ' CARTWRIGHT AWARD The same lnterest 1n basketball whxch ultlmatelv led to the presentatlon of the Bruner Award gave rlse though somewhat later to another trophx It was felt that the xmportance of free throws m1f,ht not alwaxs be kept 1n m1nd In 1945 Mr W O Hubbard real1z1ng that so mam games are loat bx fallure to make free throws began th1s award for encouragement to thls phase of basketball plaung Therefore a sllver baaketball would be glven the box who had made the hlghest per centage of free throwe durlng the seaeon In 1945 and 1946 Mr Hubbard gave thls award and It was known 15 the Hubbard Award In the tollowlng year It was declded to name the award after Blll Tom Cart wrlght who had been k1lled IH actlon ID Wolld War II Thls was eapecullx appropriate s1nce B111 Tom had been a former M H 5 basketball star who had excelled IH maklng a large percentage of h1S free throws When thlg change ln the name wae mlde Mr Carroll Cartwrlght asked tor the pr1v1lege of presentlng the award wh1ch had been named after hls brother Wlnners ot thlq award have been 1946 Wayne Ogleabx 1950 Neal Jenklns 1947 Henrv Cowan 1951 Snooky Foster 1948 'Doug Young 1952 NIar1on Moman ! A 1 ,y' K 1 . - K 'j' I I Y . I . . 1 I Y I V v v 1 ' 1 - Ykw, I . Y I 7' . ks 4 bv- . ' L 4 Y - V Y r . - Y 1 ' 1 - ' 1 I v n 1 1 1 I Y: 1 v 1 v I 1 , . I , I c 1 ' ' v 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 - I I . l ' . I 1 . V .4 ' .I , . 1 . . 1 t 1- ' A' c 1 1 4 1 v I . 1 1 ' - S . w l , 76 4 J 1945 ..11..,,11111,.......1.,1111 "Buddy" Hamner 1949 ..,...l..1,1.1.,1 11.......,11 ' 'Boogie" Nalley -vi-Y----AAAAiiV-ii--F-birixiv 7 L Lv 'Y'-'v-----"--,A-Aiiriir i 'V-Vin Y ' I il YY! 4 if Y ' , GAYLE CIIEER LEADERS SANDY X . me 4 A: 4 ' 4 . -v. X gY+lfLf' h W um 7 , -, , A , . - f - ef . 4 ,A faux. . Y ,,,- . JANE LOVELL ELIZABETH PAYNE NEALIE MOMAN MELBA SHROTE FAYE LYNN SMITH 'Y S. ,f 'J HAH' VJ ww-1: ww, 6 K CHEER LEADERS FOR BASKETBALL "B" TEAM R QQL 1 1 1 Nellle Steward, Carolyn Moman, Johanna Elllott, Carolyn Wlnterbottom and Dottie Hughes A .,. 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W + J ASEBALL TE M Q Q GCA 5'Mvl'A' MVA, Mi V I wa is 'h ' QR:-TI ,N 2 A-Agia., , :QQ ,., Q f Y ,wif 9 1 ' ' if 'ul 14 E Clements J WhltS6ll B Wlenn J Cox B Flsher P GlbbS B J Stcvsard J Marvel J R1cks B Duckworth M Moman D Devers B Bxantley Coach CIOVS J JOIYIGI K Chandler B G Steward J Brantley and B Hemw QR in ,pr V W NH COACH CROW COACH OWEN COACH DAWQON , , ' 77 xi 6' f,I l ' A . , . . , ' . ' , . f , . n , . I , . . Y Y ' 7 ' 1 .' , l ' 1 ' 9 . ' , ' ', . ', . , . . , . .'v - '.'- ': 1 V, -,,- VV A , A I A v Q , 2 in , ' I 4 fy' J I 1 5 f Y g " it 1' , W Q it f 3+ A 1 A+ 51351 ,1 , I , -'fb-'-, .10 51+ 1 X ' ' 1,31 ., , A , , ,J ' " 1 Vw-"I" A I ,gg ' If K P f i , BASKETBALL QUEEN FOOTBALL QUEEN I ,W , IU 1-,O -Q v 53 I Q I , I 'fx 1 I If I 4 SENIOR FAVORITE SENIOR FAVORITE 's 'Fw' f " R Q. ' is CHARLES BRATCHER X 1 ' 42 g if I H FFA CHAPTER SWEETHEART N'if""vw I' FHA DREAM BOY 'P' ""'1 X X Q A A :gy O 9 ,M , EDWARD LANGLEY 'W 'Q' . IIALLUWEEN FESTIVAL KING-RAY MATTINGLY QUEEN-JOHANNAII ELLIOT Senlor Junlor Freshman Junlor Hlgh ATTENDANTS Mary N Spencer Howard Stewald Faye Lynn Smith Lawrence Duckworth Robert L nn Shelba Hendel son Davld Prlggs Betty Moman Hubert Pate Sophomore ,.,.,...a....,....,.,,a..4a.,.,...,. Alice Smith SALUTATORIAN VALEDICTORIAN fwv 'G .v Q "Ar, FORD AWARD Ml Wx The Munford Award was fxrst presented ln 1934 to the most outstandlng student of Morganfleld Hlgh School by the Munford Publlshlng Co Th1S award was orlglnally based on the followmg Class work extra currlcular act1v1t1es leadershlp dependablllty and 1n1t1at1ve The reclplent of thls award IS now chosen by the faculty of MHS from the ten h1ghest students scholast1cally 1n the Senlor Class on the basls of the followlng Cltlzenshlp personallty attltude courtesy responslblhty leadershlp servlce charac ter lmprovement and 1deal1sm 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 The followlng have recelved thls coveted award Carolyn Slgler 1943 Robert Luckett 1944 Tom HQFFIS 1945 Vernon Hmton Jr 1946 Bxlly Hedges 1947 Geneva McMa1n 1948 Stewart Bruner 1949 Jlmmy Prlde 1950 Elsle McMurray 1951 1952 Bobby Glen Steward No award glven Imogene Shelton Sara Ida McMurray Ronald Naser Henry Cowan Norma Jean Mllls B111 Tom Rlggs B1lly Ray Whltmore Clorxa Smith . 1 E SENIOR EVENTS Laurie Sidney Martha Wally J SENIOR PI -KH CAST Jane Bisaell Charlie Bratcher Eva Oakley Lee Roy Dye "THE LITTLE DOG LAUGIIEIT' 5KGuS7! ,- Joan eree, Ted .e,,, Charlotte Holt Rita Hooper C Donan Jenkins Lillian . ,,,, o,eeoee B lary Nell Spencer Mark .,Y,YYY..,,.e eeeeeeooeeoo,o,o.... B ill Tom Brantley 1 3 HOr'ati0 LLL..LLL,.l........,eeeeeeoeeeee.... Marion Moman f , Guests at Martha's Tea E Q74 Amelia wY..w ...e,eeeeoeeoeeo,o o,eeo L . Twila Fowler .rj ' - 9 Caroline ....l ,,,,,,,,i V irginia Fisher . x,N Grace ..,...rr. ......r,......., M axine Collins N, Walola ....... w...r,. M ary Ruth Oglesby . ' K Tessy ...,.. ..,rr,.....rr ..,. J u dy Below J I ,f ASQ GE- ' - I 1 1 I , ,fy it V If I f . ' I it : ix I6 QS' YJ 'a- ' x xx s ...Q A f fi 5 r' 1 .es fl 'Y -C C ASS NIGHT . Class mght SXEFCISGS were presented ln the form of a stockholders meetlng of a flctlonal corporatlon called Futures Incorporated Under the gulse of ltems of company busmess the tradltxonal class mght features were presented Stockholders fclass mem bersj reported thelr stock as common or preferred based upon the length of tlme they had been assoclated Wlth the Morganfleld school The class hlstory was dlV1d6d mto reports of the cond1t1on of stock through the wears 1940 48 then yearly reports were glven for the hlgh school aCtlVlt16S Interest ln the prospects of the stock comprlsed the ltems of the prophecy Because of generally unsettled world COHd1tl0HS It was cons1dered advlsable to dump the stock before the market should break and th1s d1spos1t1on of stock took care of the class Wlll The vale dlctory was the pubhc relatlons offlcer s report Closmg the program dlvldends were dclared and each member recelved a bonus In such fashlon the g1fts were dlstributed I , . 9 ' ' I . . 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CLASS WILL Mr Presldent For twelve yeals now our market value due to optlmlsm or pesslmlsm has some tlmes been above and sometlmes below par or book value Most of the tlme we have been ln the bull market but because of generally unsettled condltlons we have declded to sell short and enter the bear market I move now slr the wholesale d1Sp0 s1t1on of our stock as follows JUDY BELOW 91! shares 1n her Qulet Ways par value To be sold to Llbby Skmner JANE BISSELL-1 share ln the Morganalre staff Available to anyone wllllng to put ln as much tlme and hard work as she has BETTY BUCHANAN 7 shares 1n BRAINS AND ABILITY to make all A s Bought by Pat Porter for S1 50 a B and A MAXINE COLLINS 3 shares of BRIGHT RED HAIR Mr Luckett hlghest bldder to date HELEN CURRY 6 shares of The Dlthers value belovs par Purchased bv Jlmmx Berry and Donald Patrlck AGNES DETRAZ 6 shares of Smlles and Dlmples Snapped up by Prof Jim Bennett VIRGINIA FISHER 10 shares 1n Unadulterated Absentmlndedress W1ll go to Joan Gray for nothmg TWILA FOWLER 10 shares 1n Debaters Endurance Sold to Dorothy Wlnders for what It IS worth MARY HENDRICKSON-4 shares of Flutterlng Hands and Almless Chatter Wayne Wlmberly the only bldder CHARLOTTE HOLT 7 shares of Red head Insan1tv To be held ln custody by Law renee Duckworth RITA HOOPER 4 shares ln Sp9Cl3l Ab1l1tv for Gettmg Along vslth Semors Purchased by Junlor Class BETTY NELSON 2 shares of her Speclal Brand of Personallts Taken over by D0ttl8 Hughes at par value EVA OAKLEY 12 shares ln Pepper pot Temper Stuck w1th It No sale condltlon she uses them to make good grades MARGARET RHODES and HELEN WHITSELL-13 shares held Jomtly of the T1e That Bmds Bought by Sara Collms who w1ll try to f1nd a t1e that wlll blnd MARY NELL SPENCER 10 shares 1n Senlor Commerce Book Sold out to Nealle Moman on condltlon she lmproves stock more than Mary Nell dld MARGIE WATSON 7 shares ln Commerclal Ab1l1ty No 1 Pat McBr1de Wlll take lt lf she can rake up the dough THRESA WHITLEDGE 7 shares IH Eatlng Every Mmute To Mlldred Perdue for 10 pounds TOMMIE BERRY 6Vz shares 1n Numerous Occupatlons Bought by Speck Marvel who has none BILL TOM BRANTLEY 11 shares 1n Red Corduroy Pants flf they arent sat outj Wanted by Jeann1ne Mlller Sale lncomplete to date CHARLES BRATCHER 12 shares of Excess Welght Belng consldered bv Faye Smlth lf she can f1nd a place to put It LEE ROY DYE 10 shares ln Semor Refreshment Stand Sale bemg cons1dered by Mr Wallace for an Economlc project NORMAN FELTY 6 shares 1n TBXI Drlvxng Bubby Henry and B111 Joe Flsher vulll draw straws for lt DON MILLS 12 shares of Glrl Shyness' Wanted by Charles McCullough lf he can stav away from glrls long enough to complete the transactlon DONAN JENKINS 5113 shares of Gettlng Out Of Typmg To Go To Agrlculture W1ll be held untll Ollle Cheatham can make the grade JAMES JOINER 4 shares amountmg to total amount of stock of East Corner of Up sta1rs Hall Sold to Barney and Melba Cheap DON MILLER 2 shares ln hls Motor Scooter whlch makes hlm late each mormng Sold to George Thomas for same purpose MARION MOMAN 12 shares of Charm For Gxrls Bought by Steward Lovell at ten below par ROBERT PATRICK 6 shares 1n School Enthuslasm whlch he held worth noth1ng Bought by Ruth Corbett for 120 BOBBY G STEWARD 6 shares in K C QWhatever or whoever that IS, Bought wlth out oppos1t1on by the Lou1sv1l1e boys JAMES TOOMBS 12 shares m Daydreams of Abble Beggs Gwen gratls to Buggs Ervm . L . , . , - K ' xc as , A , . - - 1 Y K ! ' sc sy w- - , . 1 Y n Y x ' - 0 L . . - . . . ' , Y 1 l l 7 . 7 - 1 l ' 1 l 1 . u I . , 1 - . . - . . - - . - - Y. - . . MARY OGLESBY-6 shares in Old Books, Inc. Turned over to Margaret Strader on K ' . . 66 1 . ,, . . . . . . . in ' ' Ll 37 ' . . , T- . , . n o 7 - - . I . . V I . . V. T ' 7 M P .1 CLASS PROPIIE Y r res1 ent After careful 1nvest1gat1on by experts of Dun and Bradstreet and Lloyds of London Dow Jones closlngs reflect the followlng trends It appears that the shares 1n the hbrary d1v1s1on now held by Miss Frances Bethel vull be absorbed by MARY RUTH OGLESBY and RITA HOOPER fWell I neverll The NORMAN FELTY shares Whlch were turned toward farmlng have swltched to the mayoralty of Flourny It s been a waste of everythlng for hlm to have Invested IH so much AG MAXINE COLLINS holdlngs show slgns of blowlng up slnce she 1nvested too hC3Vlly ln her telev1s1on lectures on Temper The BOBBY GLENN STEWARD stocks known 1n the market as Valentlno are headed toward success ln Hollywood SIHCE hls latest fllm You DontKnow Do You After years of struggle IH the kltchen department EVA OAKLEY preferred IS reachlng the super duper extra speclal de luxe housewlfe stage entltled to the presl dency of the local homebreakers Tell It All newspaper premlums lssued to TWILA FOWLER and JANE BISSELL shortly w1ll become lnvolved ln a hbel su1t iImag1ne thatlj TOMMIE BERRY S Interest ln the Ag Department Wlll beg1n to pay off after h1S elght years of 1nact1v1ty ln college Tom w1ll succeed Mr Mlller 1n trylng to teach Ag fThank goodness'J The bottom of the MARY NELL SPENCER STOCK w1ll drop out when she beglns operatlng the Lonely Hearts Marrlage Bureau ln Hopklnsvllle fPoor dearll The DON MILLER holdlngs Wlll be pretty rough before Don makes world s heavy welght champlon CHARLOTTE HOLT S holdlngs wlll remaln steady as wxth her glft of Persuaslon she stlll tr1es gettlng the song My Buddy on the h1t parade Travellng saleswomen THRESA WHITLEDGE and MARGIE WATSON w1ll transfer the1r holdlngs to the famous fragrance from Boxvllle called Haleys Flea Powder Bashful JIMMIE TOOMBS holdlngs greatly reduced by a run ln pol1t1cs appear brlghter as he w1ll 1nvest the remnants ln studylng the latest deslgns 1n French bathlng SUIIS w1th the head nurse at the Have Mercy HOSp1t3l ROBERT MASON PATRICK because of hlS passlon for eatlng w1ll lose everv thlng testlng food 1n the Henshaw plant JAYBIRD JOINERS stock apparently w1ll show more energy than we ever expected It w1ll be converted xnto the head football coachlng at U K All stock held by AGNES DETRAZ w1ll take a sudden upward turn when she beglns operatlng a course on non fattenlng dCllCaC19S for the tearoom proprletors A wlldcat lnvestment of HELEN WHITSELL and ANN RHODES Wlll make them wealthy when they get thelr product on the market a collapslble kltchenette whlch can be carrled around ln a pocket Wlll sllde under a bed or shut up llke an accordlon Poor DON MILLS w1ll see h1S shares evaporate when as an electrlcal contractor he flnlshes w1r1ng the Lazy D31Sy Motel Hls trouble w1ll be that the water faucets wlll shoot and the llght flxtures w1ll operate as a sprlnkllng system BETTY JANE BUCHANAN will sell all her stock to 1nvest ln a blrd dog so she can contmue her search for Jayblrd The MARION MOMAN stock w1ll fall below par as he w1ll 1nvest 1n a pltcher shlp for the N Y Yankees He w1ll flnally settle for water boy It IS amazlng how MARY FRANCES HENDRICKSON w1ll be able to spread her small holdlngs 1n a yarn lnvestment to keep knlttlng socks for her soldler boy Perhaps lt wlll be because she hums Over There wh1le she knlts DONAN JENKINS wlll sell out every thmg and re 1nvest ln the Lazy Hound Bus System of Waverly Returns will be slow CI thlnk thls will slay youll HELEN CURRY w1ll convert everythlng she has ln Hedda Hopper Holdlngs and wlll really wow Hollywood The greatest returns on any lnvestment w1l1 be reaped by CHARLES BRATCH ER Charlle Wlll be roll1n,' ln money and w1ll keep all that wealth 1n a bank a plggy bank The JUDY BELOW common stocklong lnvolved 1n a polltlcal manlpulatlon fmallv w1ll be elected for Congress She hopes to push It up to a Governorshlp LEE ROY DYE w1ll shoot h1s wad sky hlgh As a veternarlan he wlll be the most expenslve horse doctor 1n Kentucky Poor BILL TOM BRANTLEY S stock whlch always seemed so stable and steady w1llHcont1nue to drop as B111 Tom fmally settles lHt0 speech and Engllsh teacher at M S VIRGINIA ANN FISHER ln her usual frugal manner w1ll retam her holdings untll the market has dropped and w1ll sell everythmg short for peanuts. 1 . 5 I , v' L , . , . . . ' , . . - . . ' ' ' ' C6 77 ' ' ' ' Sl 7 i! n u , . n . . 1 . ' ' . ' 9 7 ' 1 - - . . , , Q - . 1. - n . ' , . . . . . . 7 ' l, - ' , . a 1 ' 1 n 66 a ,, ' ' ' Ci !! ' . . . , . u , I 1 a u u L 1 u K, 9 a 0 o , BETTY NELSON'S preferred issues will draw huge dividends when she invests I I . , . k . . , . K t- 1 ' - 3 3 7 n n it ,, 9 o L . 3 . C ASS Ill TURY Mr Chairman 1940 48 We are told that market prices are based on supply and demand and that when these forces operate freely they establish a structure called an equillbrxum price Per haps that principle accounts for the fluctuating value of our stock through the years 1940 1948 Our records are incomplete and the same may be sald of our memories It appears that Charlie Bratcher s affairs became so involved that 1n his second year of reactlng to the market the paddle was applied in such a way that Charlie has held the line ever since In the fifth year five different teachers mostly wives of Camp Breckinrldge personnel direct operations The lnfluence of one IS recalled because the last hours of the day she devoted to permitting us to go out and play ball We felt the influence of thekvvar that year when there was a field day for picking milkweed pods to go in life Jac ets Sixth grade operations must have been pretty powerful because our group re ceived a trophy for selling March of Dimes pins The seventh year comes to mind because that year we branched out into mldget football and had a play Miss Ellzabeth Plke lost her voice that year and that lnterval was enjoyed very much Affairs in the eighth grade were mothered by Mrs Haner and Mrs Carroll and we thought our stock had shot 1nto big t1me as we tried to do everything the high school d1d includmg parties editing a paper golng to the zoo and having commence ment exercises Eighth grade diplomas pushed us right out of Llttle Buslness into Blg Business 1948 49 In 1948 49 fifty s1x stockholders 1n Futures Inc began operatlons ln the business of adg ustlng themselves to the requirements of a much larger market than the one they had known for the past eight years The high price that had been expected began to drop unt1l in a short time there were murmurlngs about taklng the bankrupt law Every time someone thought he had his stock in good condition a sudden examination by experts soon revealed so many weak spots the whole fabric of the market sank lower and lower The strain was too much for eight members who disposed of their possessions through negotiations wlth the U S Army and matr1mony Eight blocks of stock were lost that way V108 Presldent and Patsy Lofton Secretary Treasurer The complete market was so unsettled that there was not time for any flyers in side llnes of any kmd And so the year passed with each one holding his own and hoping for the best 1949 50 Reporting stock conditions in 1949 50 the market was steady enough but appar ently low Among those receiving dividends were Bobby Steward Presldent Maxine Collins Vice Presldent Eva Dean Collins Secretary and Virginia Flsher Treasurer Those dropping their holdings by reason of matrlmomal connections were Barbara Odom Laura M1Ht0H Nadine Murray and Joan Jenkms Buying into the company were Maxine Collins and Betty Jean Nelson A serious slump occurred that year when Betty Jane Buchanan and Charlotte Holt wrote a lovely poem about one of the teachers This was the year Donan J enklns dldn t know school was open for business on Fridays The only dividend declared that year was the Sophomore party for the Freshmen The rest of the time was just work 1950 51 An upward trend was beg1nn1ng to be noted in 1950 51 but with no great amount of fanfare Events that lnfluenced the market value were normal ones Bobby Goben transferred his shares to Uncle Sams army and Wanda Rltch combined her holdings with J D Berrys Bonuses that year went to James Joiner Pres1dent Betty Bu chanan Vlce President Fred Bebensee Secretary and V1rg1n1a Fisher Treasurer Betty Buchanan increased her holdings ten points by getting elected football queen In order to flnance future issues money making schemes were put to work Substantlal gains were made by selling magazines and Christmas cards A style show backed by local merchants added several nice blocks of stock 'The Life of the Party presented ln December was received favorably by the public When the order for rings was sent off there were signs that investment would llkely pay off in about a year A small expense occurred when Mary Nell Spencer sat down so hard upstairs that she broke out a wlndow For a while the cold air admitted was rather chilling ' 9 . n 7 n 9 u u . y ! , - . . , . . , . M. .n . , D. . Y . . , . .l i '- ' . - Y . - . 1 . , ., . . . -' Y l . , u ui u u ' s u I 7 7 Among those with rising stock were: Bobby Steward, Presidentg Barbara Bridges, - g . , - . . '. . K 1 In n . . ' .. : c 1 n , u . Q - , . . - y . , . n . . . . . , - y . l s , u 1 . J . L , l . . . ' '. .' ' . 2 . . ' ' 9 ' . I ' y 3 ' 9 ' . . . . . ' f . ' ' 4 ' . 79 Y S. . Uslng a ralnbow theme the banquet for the Semors was one of the mcest 1n the hlstory of the flrm Speclal recognltlon came to B1ll Tom Brantley and Judy Below when they were chosen for the Natlonal Honor Soclety 1951 52 Fvents of the past year have generally lncreased the value of our holdmgs At the begmnlng premlums were pald to Bobby Stevu ard Presldent B111 Tom Brantley Vlce Presldent Marg1e Watson Secretary Judy Below Treasurer Marlon Moman Publlclty Chalrman Rlta Hooper and Tommv Berry Stands Chalrmen Stocks were mampulated by Mrs Hllda Wasson and MISS Frances Bethel Th1s was the year IH uhlch the stock of a good manv people made notable adx ances Quotatlons were as follows C0 edltors of the Annual Eva Oakley and Charles Bratcher Co edltors of the Ekko Judy Below and MBFIOH Moman Jolner Captaln of Basketball Team Jay Jomer Clarlnet chalr 1n the band Judy Below Majorettes Mary Nell Spencer V1rg1n1a Flsher and Eva Oakley Flag twxrler Maxme Colllns Natlonal Honor Soclety Mary Ruth Oglesby Bobby Steward and Maxme Colllns Speclal events lnfluenclng the value of our stock were dances our unlque play The Llttle Dog Laughed v1s1t1ng Evansulle College trlp to the Smoky Mountalns, and the Junlor Senlor Banquet Bradlev Powell and Howard Steward turned over thexr affalrs to the armv and Martha Alvey dropped her account here Don lVI1ller returned hls holdlngs uh1ch he had wlthdrawn and lnvested IH Florlda and Jane Blssell exchanged her Leavenworth Kansas stock for ours So we close the year YV1th thls meetlng of thlrtv SIX members holdlng two hundred twentv s1x and one half shares of the most challengmg stock that has ever been held A Y xi V' nv ' x . 1 L. l I L' I sn T. . . . i Y . . . . - n . K . , K , Q y - I , S , ' - I f ' , u 4 U , . . . Co-captains of the Football Team-Bill T. Brantley, Bobby G. Steward and "Jay" . ' -ill !! ' - , . . . .A I 1 ,V , ' . . . . . . S , . v ,, . ,, . . . . . . a u , Y I y K n L ' .x . Y . , K y . KK . . . , E K , L . , . . . D ' . SENIDRS MORGANAIRE STAFF C0-Editors .................... Eva Oakley Charles Bratcher Business Manage .,.,,..,,.........,. Judy Below Advertising Manage ..,......... Lee Roy Dye Marion Moman Norman Felty Tommy Berry Circulation Manager ..,..,.......,.. Jane Lovell Carolyn Moman Charles McCullough Charlotte Holt Feature Editor u.u.. .................. J ane Bissell Clubs Section .,1.......,,.,.....,..,. Betty Buchanan Music Editor ,....,.,..,,..,. Mary Nell Spencer Activities .,........,.... .......... V irginia Fisher Sports Editor .,....., ..,..,.... B ill Brantley Album Editor ,.......... .....,.. T wila Fowler Snapshot Editor ......g.,.....,......... Rita Hooper Typists .....,..,..,..............,..,...... 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' Y , U ff-1'1"- , , .Q-' 1 -'S 5- A Li". S , -l - iff". g yu-. '3, , 4 - ' ,, . K' 9 A' 1 "'1"':'5? ' 1,1 "Ti - 'Q -. .ur H s.-+5 ,q5j,44'K,.'J: , r- 1- 'x f - v X ' R. .-lax ' , ' S '-f A M A QQZQCLQ . 5 4 vw 5' 4 img' Z' s , 'S N 1 f -af ..-J" ff vi , x 0 -. f- '. 5 4 . . . . V-I' -.n V 1" " x . l 4 5 N MORGANFIEID NATIONAL BANK Only National Bank ln Unlon County 810 000 Deposits Insure to 810 000 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 'U' Y'-V' COMPLIMENTQ OF MARIONS 1 66 ' ' ' ,, 9 -------- ------- - ' ------ -------- 9 N if 'H I 'F A W ff fs. x X, r V. . ix Rf K ,Q "'wRA"r Complzments UNION BANK AND 1 RUST f'flMPANY Deposits Insured up to 810 000 Lompllrnents of Western Kentucky s Mos! Modern .Store For Him For Her l urlee Sulte Dons Dodson Juniors Jarman Shoes Betty Rose Coats QQ 911115 Van Heusen Shzrte ,Iolene Shoes 5 6' no '5 ll: 9 Q 4 0 U Z 4 O , 3 -I u D Q Q, o 9 C Of GI,AZER,S DEPARTMENT STORE ITS MOVIETIME U S A CFLEBRATING THE 50TH ANNII ERSARY OF MOTION PICTURE THEATRES From tiny store shows crudely equipped heated by stoves with benches for seats and a sheet or a screen to theatres designed or sa ety, convenience and com ort, with central heating air conditioning, ire proo projection booth com ortable seats, set or easy sight lines to the screen Modern projection lamps giving b rilliant screen illumination, precision photography New modern sound equipment reproduces u ith per ect idelity the tre mendous range and modulation o me recording A comparison betueen earlier theatres and those of today shows unparal Ieled progress You can enjoy the results o this progress and the good movies o today at your oun MORGAN THEATRF Fompliments FARMER .S STATE BANK Sturgis, Kentucky Deposits insured for 310,000 by Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation , 7 9 O 0 0 X' . , l 4' . 1 9 f 1 f , . f 1 1 . f .f f.. ff f f .9 l f ' f 9 f 1 f - 1 f - lenses and reflective screens bring out the beauty modern motion picture '. 1 , , ' I , P . - f , V 1 vf , . THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES S. X-iw Fomplzments LOMAX AND NICHOLSON 60005 tqjo 126 Locust Street Evansville, Indiana Compllments 0 MORGANFIELD I UMBER COMPANY Bulldlng Servzce J A New Cars Used Cars Sales Servlce Phone 309 MASON WALLER MOTOR COMPANY Yo ar Chevrolet Dealer for 28 Years Complzments FARMFRS SUPPLY COMPANY Morganfleld Ky Corner 0 Morton and Townsend rrp. Q l. Q MORGANFIEI D HARDWARE COMPANY Evervthmg or the Farmer Fence Feed Seed F ertzllzer Palnt Roo mg Small Hardware ' f . . I . ku i I '- O " EIR - O ' A f - l Of f f. ml BRADY SKINNER INSURANCE AND BONDS Compliments Fo, Emy Nm, KENTUCKY UTILITIES Unzon Countvs Oldest Insurance COMPANY Agency Phone 1 2 3' MEN48ER f H NATIONAL ' ASSOCIATION INSURANCE AGENTS if Compliments BEN FRANKLIN STORE Your 5 and 10 Store YUUNG ci RUSSEIL AGENCY INSURANCE and BONDS Loans Real Estate Morganfzeld Ky e i Phone 282 Of of TMC s .Ah Q ', xx fl itil," i R s X fi A I' I 0 L or cf of OF ALL KINDS . 3 ' gs it Y You should be ln Plctufei Compliments REED LYMAN STUDIO HE SMER S Ready to Serve Fresh Foods BETTER Because they are FRESH' XWNNLXXLX Mun ux x s '2'.?",, Complzments THE HAI E S Gents F urnzshlngs DeLuxe Cleanlng Servzce X XY TROUTMAN S MEAT PRODUCTS We do our oun processing Hlckory Smoked Country Hams Fresh Country Sausage Country Smoked Sausage We mall parcel post to you anywhere 9 K s I 5, 6 1 Of x x u A 1 ,Aj A - .cf T ' --jQg,': 9 ' of A I 9 ' cc I , - as 1 3 - ' . C6 ' 99 f 'S XTX f' XX v' x i , Y x .vs , . MORGANFIELD STOCK YARDS RUARK TRUCK LINE Dealers in Livestock Contract Hauling Phone Morganfielfl 233-558 Evansville 58213 BRASHEAR MOTOR COMPANY Sullivan, Kentucky ' ,I Phone 2346 ' , pl mouth J 0.10 ' v Ty ,LJ , H? Fa ' ll, YES, BUSINESS PAYS WELL A ew months o intensive train ing a ter High School will prepare you or one the better 0 ice jobs LOCKYEAR S BUSINESS COLLEGE Evansville Tel 5-8157 Ind MEACHAM S KOREANDALE FARMS HYBRID SEED CORN AND SHORTHORN CATTLE CHAS M MEACHAM Kc SONS MORGANFIELD KENTUCKY Compliments WESTERN KENTUCKY L P GAS COMPANY DICK HOLMAN MOTOR COMPANY Sales pl'4m0Ulh Service Q X Sturgis Kentucky t f f ' - . . f y . . n f of I L ff' of ' ' T A- ' 1 ' so xl . Compliments Of DR. GEORGE WELKER and DR D V SMITH Compliments of CI EMENT S JEWELRY Morgan-field Ky. 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