Murfreesboro High School - Rattler Yearbook (Murfreesboro, AR)

 - Class of 1940

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THF WIAWONW RATTLVH Publi bei by THF TWUR AITQM PIAQQ WURFRFEQBOP0 HIGF QCHOUI QTAFF DICK UUNFAN Fuitor HOLLIQ ThFOBOLT Business Manager MRS LFLA MAF WOPFUTQUN Cponqor . . A. L. 1.. 1, . ., S . TXT l Q .jf J. K- 1 1 kill .. x , - x 1. . LJ . 1 1 l 1 L . J 4 1 , 1. - L , 4, u f, LS .. Wlth profound reverence, we oedlcate thlS flrst yearbook to Senator J C P1HHlX We feel that no one 15 more deservlng of thls trlbute than he, who has so wllllngly devoted the most of hls l1fe to scholastlc tralning By cholce he took upon hlmeelf the great re sponslblllty of helplng educate hlS fellow men and has successfully tr1umphed 1n hls tesn For years Mr PlHnlX taught ln Mur fre sboro Schools and for years he has of fereu hle servlces on the School Board Wlth deepest slncerlty, he has donated hlm eelf to thls most worthy cause, therefore we feel honored ith the pr1v1lege of pay lng hlm trlbute ff ,. .Ln - frlhvkix' v .im . , . . I U I . . . . 1 l . . F . . . , 1 , . . . 4' O U - fi ' - . . 5 . . W ' ' ' - . rUhLVbhb A9 we QlTtCt you through the fOJlOWlHL pig S of ou flret ye r boon, we lhcerely hope tH t you en oy evefy oortlon of lt re hev enoeavoreh as fer as oo Slb e to brlng you to the re l human etmoephere tb t lS to be Wlthln the snug bTlCK w lls of our olo high soho 1 there h S been e llrtle of evely K1Hd of pathos that Mr Webeter would care to deflne There have been 1 ughter ana teare, sonv and slience, pence and wer, uno meny other exnre lOHq of both deep eno hillow SmOtlODQ To Q very happy dctlve Hhouqe of Knowleugen we Qelute wlth thanxfulness -, ?H,., .L ,. 4 , R , 1 . 1 io . 7 EMC F T k u ' S , e J ' . . ., , , f H . w A . U A S 1 ' . ' 1 L s L , - Ei ' ' x 121 .f 6' ' found on the campus oe Murphy H1. v. . . , ,F , .v ' ci ' xj 5 , ' ' 1 ' , ' K ' 1 1 - 5, n 4. CL X 1 I rx w ' r 4 r, , Q . A ss L f S z .. ' '. f- ' 1- 1 ' ' ' V ' . he 0 5' 1 I I i IN MEMORY Though garnlshed words and elaho ated speech cannot reach this classmate of ours, we feel grateful that we may enter this page in memory of his friendly beirg His passlve, nature, hds klnd heart, and hls avreeable dis position created for him no ene ies soft spoken and respectful to all, his behavior was that of a perfect ventleman Je now real lze that he was truly great in his slrple way In deepest remorse, we regret that we could not have kept him to the end of our scholastic training f 1 -5 g fi f ll 1 s ! 5 l. A 1 ,rs Q -7 E E 2 5 P E E , pf i '1 . 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I XA f A ., - - lun L A f' 1 R3 gg -lj SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Dick Duncan Vice President Buel Hawklns Secretary Treasurer Ineze Jackson Reporter Charlene Roberts Sponsor Mrs Lela hae Robertson LAS C Anderson, Dale Bell, Bryon Boyd, Ralph Bryant, Billy Bob Fugitt, Minnie Pearl Garrett, James Gilmer, Howard Hawklns, Buel Lockeby, Maxine lcFarland, Dale lcFarland, Dill Roberts, Charlene S ROLL Cooley, Steuart Cro ker, Jimmie Duncan, Dick Fagan, Roy Jackson, Ineze Kennedy, Royston Kizzia, Wlbert Lockeby, Juanita Scott, lartha Self, Syble Steen, Kennedy Stine, Jaymon Theobolt, Hollis Varren, Luther Doyle Vatson, Willard Noods, Dorothy hae 10 00000000000 00005 0 00000000 00000 ' 0000 0000000000 00000000000000 000000000 l' 000000 000'4 0 f C 5 - 1 - .Q . C IT Y 4 T LL If . 'H 1 1 F a .- r mr X Dale Anoerson Bryan Bell R lph Boyu Dllly Bob Bryant Qtewert Cooley Dlcn Duncan Roy Fagan M1HHlP Pearl Fugltt Jemes Garrett Howard Gllmer Buel Hawklrs Ineze Jackson a . ' L ,. . Jimmy Crocker ' 1 . .1 S 12 Poyqtor Kenneuy Junnlte Lockebg MaXlHP Lockeby Dlll McFerl no J le wcF rlend Ch rlene Roberts Syble Self Kenedy Steen hqmm1Qmne Hollls Theobolt Luther Doyle Warren Mlilard Watson Dorothy Mae Woods dw " ' ' , .. 1 ' , ri , Y 3. , F ' - 3 M 1 X I ' ' 1- f 1 C ,N - H ' 1.1 1 ' 3. 'L Fl ' I' ' L CIASQ UI TORY In the Fall of we board th sh1 Murfreesboro Hlgh school wlth 47 on boaro Uuring the four years salllng, flft en have fisembarkei Among them are Poy Uugltt Pernice Daniels, Rlon ell Harriss, Prost Po , Pauline Cooley, Uuinn Bell, 'ayn Rogers, mommy Branch, Leon arren, Leon Heirick an J rry ' who were washel overboari by A vave of 1QCOUP9 gement Thomasine Nix were transferrel to tk ship of Matr imony Charles Pale left the ship of M H anl boa rded another High school ship in '77 Waymon stein boar'ei our ship in 'JB Welton Meeks of the Pine Bluff ship Joine 1n the Fall of 'o8 only to boaru the Tocksburg Chip in '59 Much to the regret of our Class in the fall '59 one of our member ,Dudley Johnson passes avay leaving the ship to his Plassmates, Though the jou rney was almost to an end, he is greatly misseo by his close associates ani instructors Llke the journey of any other ship the saillne has been both foul ann fair As the patrons of this ship summarize the voyage, they realise that a mlx ture of merriment and sorrow has accomplish that whlch has brought to them victory 15 I K I 1 L 4 156 'V s ed e 'p of . of . 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L. . ei CLASS PROUFWCY I, the senior Class prophet, confess my incap ability at Wfuture reading W But I'll glasly tell you what I know First of course is about our class presiient Following in the steps of his fath r he'll make darn, ducky, Poctor Pick Duncan Steuart Fooley will make a loctor, too, after he has acquired some heavy learning Chevs alreaiy a Wheavyw so all he needs is Wlesrning W Howard Gilmer fines politics appealing, so congratulate him as a lofty, liberating Nlawyer to be we also expect famed musicians to result from our class There'll be one bombastlc, barometer busting, bandmaster Buel Hawkins Next, I shall tell you of the twittering twin sywinsies from Highland A double lonation to the study of medicine wlll result in the eurable eream eyed, Fual orugglst Pill b Dale Mc Parlanl she 13 only a conceited, commanding cackle box she ever rises to any power, she'll be a WHitlerN sure To be beautiful and to make others beautiful will be the mite of a Minnie Pearl Wugittvs occu pation Ding a ling Gossip galore' Inez Jackson vill be the telephone operator and will she know all a bout everyone C93 Billy Bob Rryant and Leon varren are going to college to study Whow not to be a horse doctor Waymon stein's ambition is to play in Ruel Ha wkins'band Dorothy 'ae Woods will either marry a politi cian or be a beauty operator, Qybl self will the same thing Dorothy Mae Heciles to do Kenedy Steen and Roy Fagan will make good pri ze fighters if they fight each other James Garrett's highest ideal is to make som one laugh Poor Clown! Juanita Lockeby and Martha scott won't tell t heir ambitions, but we think the'llchoose careers in preference to marriage Dale Anderson, Ralph Boyd and Tuther Royle 'a rren will make swell farmers wh n they decide Elbert Ki7zia and Royston Kennedy talk very l ittle of the future We think Flbert is Hiisappoi nted inloven ans Royston is disappointex b cause he never had a Wlove H Charlene Roberts plans 'to teach an be taught' Good going, gal Millard watson and Hollis Theobolt will be l ady killer jelly beansn till old age takes their good looks away from them. what then, boys? 14 L K ,- ll.. x . . vu- "' I " Q f. A .4 I K 1, v n K I O . . ,, e , , , a an , A ,"fi ,, r . Q L ,I I l- . .. , - t we .. YY h O I n Q 1 x . 4 f T , - .V . . " J 'Q .1 " ' 4. , A f 540 As for Maxine Lockeby, I canvt say. Though now y s- g if C - - 2 , . . if U O ,, , 2 ,n Y .I L , " I , 'F 1 .. ' . e .- do . ,I A - Q., , .- ., , Q 9- . K I ' u K x. 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JUNIOR PLAQQ OFFIFFPQ PP9Q156Ht Ureey Iee Qan ere Vice Ireqigent VlPHlDll Pell Qurne Qecretdry Treaeurer Dolenc 'omock Reporter Jacquelyn ickey Uponqor oolrow X Robertson CTAQQ OTT Peavert, Iva Mae Cox, Ulnyla Brock, Luella Fox, Francie Burns, Virglnia Dell Fummingq, Farolc Pueh, Petha FUmm1Ugq, Herbert Calloway, Retty Jean Vlckey, Jdcouelyn Clayton, Dorothy Plnm, Mary Uv lyn Copelanu, JURD1t3 Ueathereton, Pccil Cox, Cecil Lester Folecm, Uelcn Fugltt, Harolo Hlle, Paul Harris, Vaurlce Hooker, Fate Jr Heurick, Harold Hughee, Harol Hlle, Fna Jonfq,Fhlotene Kelley, Janette M1tCh ll, Wlllar Pean Kifiia, Milcreo Dvrecn, Helen Lancers, qul Ruqeell Prince, J Mc Nabb, Flake Qanlere, Ureey L Qcott, Jo Wheobolt, Prafy Self, Fmmogene 'aggoner, Tottie Rell Qteen, Pmmogene Waters, Carl Terrell, Vdnita far , Fu can Vheeless, Phester Wingfield, Vagora Womack, Polland 16 -, ,Q , , . . 0 V .........-.......-.-....-..-..-.. 5 I I x A , g U 7 -..--..-.......... 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V' ' I ' r s F -a ' , lwmemmw QOPHO'OpW CIAUQ Dreeident Vice Preqifent Qeoretary Tree urer Reporter Sponsor AnHereon, L Thomae Pell, 0'Neal Pueh, Petty Chaney, Leon Duncan, Vaye Cnell Green, Norma Jean Harrison, nary Henorickq, Floyf Jr Fern Joneq, Maurice Kelley, Bert Mc Menis, Freemon Nix, Mary Milored Smith, Lee Qteuart, James Qteuart, Leonard Cteuart, Marie Warm, Lema Que Walu, Mildred Waro,Nobie 20 OFUICUPQ uncvn Tecnerc QL uwrt orw Jo Turl y Ruthie Mae Troute 1 Q F Ne Fox, Perlenf Procker, Tohn Pwyburn Fvviq, John M Duncan Levefta Mae 1Ckq, flice Hoover, Marie Uuteon, nenver Jarkecn, Lucille Kenneoy, Pilbert Qelf, Ilene Cha fox Dorothy Qmlth eella Qtone, Furti Trout , Povie Wroute, Puthie Mae Turl y Pore Jo Wateon, L 7 Watson, Twyla Homack, Paul 1 LJ ... -..J n UU 4 1, Lx, , . . -----------------Maye Gnell L' 2 L -----.---------,, , , ,L 2 4 Q , L r - J' S , -----'-"--YQ., L, , 9 ..-...---..-..-..--...-..-..- Q P L, --.------------k------,fr. . . . ,al CLASS FULL Q l A K . -, 1 71. 1 f 1 , 1 . 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I? .WI -I , Y ll' Wit ii-ww' 45 FW of FN C Kea GLFICFRS Pres1dent Herman ctavley Vlce Iresldent Iary Jo Johnson sec Treasurer Frankie Q fillie Dean alters Qenorter Frna Lee Jarren Sponsor I F eaunders CLASS QOLL Anthony, Faye Cooley, Violet Boyd, Anna Jean Cox, Roy Cooley, Dennis Dulen, Reds Faye Griffin, Arnold Jackson, Ceorre Floyd Holland, leta Faye Jeffery, Ferl Holland, illie Iae Johnson, arv Jo House, ster Ruth Yennedy, Charles Looleby, Lucille Roberts, Jorda IcLaughin, lerie spanhanks Tes le lee Turphy, Q B orlth, Cloteil Qankin, Jeanette Stavley, Ler an Steuart, Gayle Walters, Vlllie Dean Terrell, Iaurice Yard, Elram Theobolt, Oval Iarren, nrma Tee felters, Frankie 'a son, ula rlllGt, Dwipht Ioma K Carlos 24 'V"1 " 'W' .LjJL7EH..l.x 11. 1' F' T7 JL. . 'N ooooooouu uonnonoooa 01001 AC ' . 3 . ,- osoaoooocooooaaoaoqw-'+ 5, ..v. 4,7 o"' ooono - " - U L L, -oooooos ooooaocoso not-'4 A ' ., 7, econ :solo n' L f '-1 W- Brock, nvorie Crocker, Rob ie Ruth 3 r A x 1' 6 4. 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" xp . .1 I7 Jlmmle Hearlck Dewey Self Johnle Ollver Lavonne Golden John Thomas McDowell Edwara Harold Murrel Grover Howard Short Rogers W1 dom Brock, Jr Cody Ross SlTV6tUS Womack, Merle Harrls 8TH GRADE CDASU RonL Imogene Chaney Loretta Dune n Alblne Burbank Faye Stewart Arlene Hlbg1Hq Dor1s Johnson Dorls Merle Stew rt LK1 Kelley Puth Ch ney Jecqulllne Flaherty Dorothy Bell Johnson Dena Hughes I lkkklia Jeraldlne Womack Ilear Bell Wlloa Jean McClure Mrs C R Marsh Frank Thom sson Freeman Henlerson Basll Copel nd Jas Edward Chaney Ethel Crocker Carley C Dlckey Jamie Lou Owens Hazel Copeland John Antone Eagle Jlmmle Cl yton Wayne Stewart Cleo McMen1s Bernis Cox 28 J'f' Leonard Welch Lester Wagner Bllly Joe Fagan Eugene Cox Bessle Wagner Owen D Cornlsh Dallas Steuart E D Carl Murphy Juanlta Hood Imogene Cox Mlllowee Boyd Wllma McDowell Floyd Key Elaine Steel Rema Joe Huddleston Janell Flaherty Evelyn Carter Corene Kelley Irene Callaway Doris Bell Ednah Bell ! In-n 7TH GhhDE CLASS RUuL Juaneze Gllmer Lottle Mae Ponder Della Merle Woodley Juaneae Rlddle DOT1S Strawn Paullne Jackson Homer Davls Bllly Wayne Gllmer Ethrldge Harrls Hlllary Wlsdom Haskell Hedrlck Charles D Hendrlcks Mlnoel Self Grady Fay Hughes Chester Stewart Ray Bruce Watson Billy Jo Bell Junior O'Qu1nn J. E. Stevens Charlene Golden Mlss Gladys Sanders Mr. Frazler Watson Denver Welch 29 Bllly Joe Jones Dorothy Russell Margaret Stewart Dorothy Snow Whlte Wlllla Jean Lockeby ,.-.,.,.,,., . ,r . Q., ,, . .. Pagans: '-5 -'-"'-"" ' L susan 1 - 1. ' '----ng- . sun' .- -- - ,, amz A , :Uh v .exam f . f , as-.fr ,pa p f . 1 rams. in su r , ,.,.,-. .,..,.,.., , tuzvm--. A ' ,, " INV' -7 - , , 4' A ,, 4 F 4' 'F' 'f ' ' " .fir 1-'gk . , v I, I" ,, ,V I R. H . V., ,..' . ' 2: ' nr-af: mfs ...- v . F - "U---e 4 4 , , -gg. , - h 1.1 1. .rs :en ,-Z 4-5 an .,.p.'L.1lm K ,M-. Q., A rafwm - .M l . . ,, ' ' - glut.. -.-mi W A as , 1 ' - 1 g . vi' - L l H . 3 L. 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YS. o 2. 0 ev' o fopulqy Loy s,C.C NQJ Q Q ll '38 I f QQ-,I Dow A DN IR- UJ il mw S1-w Pl 4 SM 4 H3133 X NDA XIX 313 My CIVIL 5 LWARNIVG TO D0 WARNING T0 LIVU DOING T0 LFARN LININF T0 QFFVF F F A OFFIFFRQ President Cr dy mhoobolt Vice Presiient Pho ter he 1 s secretary Fate Hooker, Jr Treasurer Poland omack Reporter Howard Cllm r P1V1qOP P Qau The Murfreesboro Plamonx Chapter POCEIVVI 1ts charter March 2, 1021 anf has been contlnuously act ive since The chapter has been carrying on a co operatlv plg chaln 1n whlch lt has been successful The Vocational Agriculture boys of the Hurfre s boro Chapter were actlve in the County Fair, h3V1Dg bullt livestock pens and community booths They also enteree the Ctate 71V9 tock Chow vith three livestock proj cts 1U whlch three awer were won The FF' boys broaicast from Ra'io qtdf10D K T HQ Hot Springs, Ark , February 28, 1940, and the crofn Banquet which was held near the ne of tre school year They hope that they have set a S+8Dl3Fl which the future F F A boys will have to work illigntly to better, or to even equal The following are members of the Murfreesboro F F A Chapter Dennis Cooley, Roy Cox, Arnold Griffin, Jewel Hu h s George Jackson, Luther Jeffery, Warl Jeffery,Fharles Kenneoy, P B Vurphy, Hubert Pi ner, Jessie Qpenha nks, Perman Qtavely, Cail Qtewart, Maurice Terrell Hiram Warm bwight 'illett, Carlcs 'omack, Thomas Anderson, O'Neal Rell, leon Chaney, Parlan Fox, hn R Crocker, John M Pavis, Uloyf HPDfP1Ckq, Jr Denver Hutson, Maurice Jones Pert Velley, Cllbert Kennedy, Freeman McMenis, Lee Qmith, Iecnarl Utewart L 7 Watson, Paul Womack, Tester Poi, Harol Cumml ngs, Herbert Cummings, Harol' Fugitt, Cecil Feather ston, Parole H9dTlCk, Paul Hile, Fate Pooker Jr , Harold Hughes, Paul Ianders, Flake Wo Nabb, bean tchell, S J Prince, Crafy Theobolt Carl aters, Chester Wheeless, Poland Womack, ani Howari Gilmer Honorary Members V J Tommey an Mr crow N Robertson AHVISCT Mr F Qaun'ers 52 .J . if I L . , 7 ,. . 1 , I f Q Q Q V JL' K -..-..T......i...........-..- , 3 L . 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' , a f 7, 1 . l 1 ur . M: nr. . W. , , L 0 . :oo- ' Y. ' , UV f, . , n. 0 -A 1 1 0 -. 9 . 1 A n u BTHLITIIS FOOTBALL TEAM Woodrow W Robertson, Coach Leon Warren Buel Hawklns James Steuart Floyd Hendrlcxs, Jr Stewart Cooley HOlllS Theobolt Leon Chaney 54 DaWe Anderson James Garrett Jlmmy Crocker Dlck Duncan Mlllaro Watson Fate Hooker, Jr Floyla Cox I' ,x .. , ' .g:.. . -Y ' r r .-9. ,a.:,r - - "WW e A 'f ' . 1 we.. -- , --y . - A '--.:e'?t"1 N., 37-7 ' ' f 1, ' 'I 7 - 5,-1. . 0 ' 7 7 ' 5+ :v-, .- - v..-mr ' ' " , , ' ' ' 4 Y FU " .Y R va xv. . U! -' ' ' K- -uf . ., g. ll . ,f " . . 8 U Q ' s ' A . 1 . -l9- FOOTBALL -.9- The 1959 football season was very successful for the Iurfreesboro Figh Qchool. The attlers, under SUp6PVlS1On of their new Coach, I 'ood ow J Rob ertson, won six bames and lost five for a perc ntage f 545 The teas lost tne flrst three games the season, because t ey were not thorourhly organl zed The next three fares ended with vlctory for the Rattlers, as they defeated 5J'1l't-y, lneral enrlngs fd manl, and Lena The following week the confident Rattlers were defeated by De sueen, but offset thls defeat b wln ning the next two games over Texarkana KB team , and Bearden Iurfreesboro was defeated the following week by the poweriul Dierxs Wleven The Thanks 1ving game was played on the home field, in which seven 3 n iors played thelr last game for Iurfreesboro High :ch ool, as they defeated Blevlns Murfreesboro won its uonecomina game wlth Bearden 13 to 2 in the hardest fought fame of the season Due to a heavy rain the field was muddy and hard to rlay on, but the Rattlers were able to win their fifth game of the season The 1959 Qattlers upheld the record set by former teams by not being defeated on their feild The Ratt lers also out scored their opponents 178 to 104 for the flrst time 1D several seasons Freeland oteuart, Captaln of the team, was g1VSD as Honorable mentlon as guard on the 'L1ttle all State Team,' selected by the Arkansas Gazette hurlreesboro Nashville Beebe Amlty Pere Iineral Spgs Fere Mena De lueen Here Texarkana KB! Here Bearden Dierks Here Blevins TDTALS UE 178 OPPGN'FTS O4 55 0 0 ir. ig' T 'vi' - - o . . . M ' ' J 1 of I A 000000O700000000At osoo 0 00000025 N 00000000000 0000At00000 000000 00014 n 000007000 0000At00000HOTatiO0000000019 n 000007000 0000At00000' . 0 oooooo 00000 N 000055000 00001 000: 00000 n 000022000 00004 000 00 000000 00000 n 000000000 0000At00000 E 000000020 N 000047000 0000 000 A 0000 no 0000013000 00001 000 0000000002 N 00000000000 0000At00000 00000000024 , n 00000040000 0000 000i VV 0000000000 000. 00 000 000000000 -EY 000001 IM 51-3 lox. BASKE1 BALL TLAM Woodrow W Fobertson, Coach Howard Gllmer James Steuart Ralph Boyd 56 Hollls Theobolt Dlok Duncan Mlllaru Watson Fate Hooker, Jr gf fx 1 .Q-xg, ,- ' , ' ' . "fn as -, - .. ' 'I TIM? . '.I .. c' v 4, -I- w,..:1-roy A -'CL .J - 'B' -, L f -' . . iii L- Q44 fm, . . I -5 Y , K nd, V l , 21: ' 'I bl 4 , f ,,,.v5 ' ' " - ww , ,.., - Y - W. . . . . I . BUYS BASKET BALL The Nurfreesboro senior Boys'Basket ball has had a successful season this year winning games out of nineteen The Hattlers went to the seml f1P8lS in Invltational Tournament, but lost the first in the County Tournament The members of the Rattler Team are Dick Duncan Forward and Captain Cecil Featherston Iillard Vatson Hollis Theobolt Fate Hooker, Jr B TEAM Billy Bob Bryant Dale IcFarland Ralph Boyd D111 IcFarland Howard Gilmer January D 2, 4, 9, February 2, 10, 5, 20, 25, 1 9. March Glenwood Nathan Amity Blevins Amlty Kirby Blevins Glenwood Kirby New Hope Daisy Nathan Nashville Norman Nashville Delight Tournament Nathan 1940 Schedule QC Here Here Here Here There Here There Here Here Here Here Here Here Here Here There ounty D 42 Kirby team ten game Center Forward Guard Guard Forward orward Center Guard Guard N'bo 0 h'boro N 7 - A ' I., li I L an 8,0000 0000O7000M 000004 r 0017 n 000 00000016000 00000:F 0018 n 3 000 000000016000 00000 n 0024 N 2 000 0000016000 00000 n 0015 n 26,...Delight.....15... n 000 0 n 0018 n 000 - 0000000 500 00000 N 0017 2 000 00000001700 0000.0 N 001-8 n 6,000 000002600 00000 n 0018 n 9,000 00002100 0000 0 U 0031 n 000 00000002800 0000 n 0018 U 1 000 00003100 0000 0 U 0021 " 000 00000002000 0000 0 n 0034 N 000 00000022000 0000 n 0052 N 000 00025000 00000 N 0023 n 2 000 00000070000 00000 U 0044 5,000 00026000 0000 n 00020 N 6,000 0000051000 000 n 00017 n 8,000 C0 0 R 8.000 000000 000 000 n 0020 57 GIRIS' BASITT BALL The Senior Glrls' Basket ball team closed a very successful season wlth games being won as well as lost The f1TSt few games played were lost might have been dlscouraglng had lt not been for Coach Jatson who took the greatest of int in the team luch of h1s t1FS was spent in ing out different plays that would help the in their games Cooperation among the players helped to the team one of the best Men nistales were erest work girls make made there was no giving up Those fast little Qattlers would rush in to correct these errors and keep the Rattlers stlll had the courage to fight just a lit tle harder to accomplish the highest oal posslble Good sportsran ship helped in winning the ga es that were won In the Invitation Tournament the FlT1S went to the flnals and were defeated by a few points In the County Tournament there was another defeat this time, in the semi finals Thls closed a very successful and enjoyed season of basket ball Next year there will be new players coming in to take the place of the ones that are passing on leammates w1l1 remember these players as ones who have helped to make our team prosper as lt has As one of the players and speaking for the team as a whole we wish to thank each and every one who helped to make our team a success SOFT BALL For the last ten years each day at noon soft ball games have been a fad at lurphy Hi These games are held between the country and town boys who are interested in soft ball Enthusiasm in this game relgns high, and both boys and girls take a great interest in it The girls' team rates almost equal to that of the boys The steady practlce has been fun and a fine spirit of sportsmanship, as well as a good team, has re sulted from it The M'boro Hi Team has won the pennant at the Soft ball Tournament three consecutive years. 58 Za'- O ' 1 X . 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