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Orville Joseph Kuhn
John Hugh Mason
James Knight Parker
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Billy Ray Walston
Back Row-Billy Rudolph, Robert Moser, Mary Martha Outland, Virginia Hays, Billff
Furgerson, Edna Earle McKee1, Geneva Outland, Harold Beaman.
Front Row-Chris Cunningham Hopkins, Anna Lee Crass, Carolyn Vaughn, Phyllis
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MR. W. B. MOSER
Whatever success we Seniors of 1947 have had is
due largely to the untiring efforts of our beloved
sponsor. Mr. Moser's sympathetic understanding of our
problems and his sound advice have guided us and
made our senior year one of pleasant memories.
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Cleve Lee yvas superintendent of buildings and
grounds of Murray High School for 17 years and
he journeyed through eleven and one-half years
-with the senioirclass of 1947, but he will be unable
to share their greatest moment in a school career
-graduation. Mr. Lee died instantly January 28,
1947 from a heart- attack, while performing his
duties onthe first floor of the buildingq A ' ' '
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33 T Morganfleld 0
33 H A Mayfield 0
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32 H Bowling Green 0
12 T Sturgis 7
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7 H . Russellville 7
6 T Paris 14
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Kenneth Slaughter, Hugh Wilson, James Ramsey, Harry Smith, Billy Thurman QCD.
Second Row: Harold Miller, John D. Phillips, Joe Graves Baker Hughes Giles, 'Billy
Farris, Joe Pace, John Downs, Robert Moser, Bobby Ward.-Third Row: Bobby Cable,
George Allbritten, Eli Alexander, Jackie Miller, Chad Stewart, John Paul Butterworth,
Billy Rudolph, Pete Purdom, Wayne Hatchett, Head Coach Preston Holland. Fourth
Row: Assistant Coach Dub Russell, Oliver McLemore, Howard Brandon, Paul Dill, Joe
Pat Hackett, W. Shackelford, Terry Grant, William Foy, Carl Shroat. Fifth Row:
Manager Harold Beaman, Joe Cable, Billy Joe Crass, Charles Tolley, Vester Orr, Pat
Elkins, Assistant Manager William Hopkins, Assistant Coach Haron West.
FOOTBALL SUMMARY '
The Murray 'High Tigers, coached by 'Pre8t0n."Ty"' Holland, enjoyed a most successful season..
Seven victories, one tie, two defeats were entered into'the records at the. close of the season.
The team. Won-A the Western Kentucky Conference, the first of its lifetime. They were the: first
team of Western Kentucky ever to play J-in 'the Shrine Game with Henry Clay of Lexington. The
boys were one for all and all for .oheg therefore, teamwork, splendid leadership, and a love for
the game combined to make a most enviable record for 1947.
nAI8H7t You Glad YOIJIIC Youn
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W. K. C. TOURNAMENT
In the first game the Tigers downed Bowling Green 42-29.
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early lead, but the Tigers cut it to 39-39 with two minutes
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cage tilt. Score 43-17.
TOPO TO BOTTOM
'H. D. MURRELL
BILLY JOE I-'ARRIS
The Murray Tigers started off the Cage season with a bang.
The Tigers took an early lead and never let up. The final
score 46-32 for Murray.
Still the victories were in our hands. We were not letting
up against Mayfield. It was a rough game, but the Tigers pull-
ed away in the last frame to win 38-33.
The Murray Tigers traveled to Louisville for the All-Ken-
tucky Basketball Tournament. The team barely eased by
Middlesboro in the first round 36-35. In the second round
Central City downed the Purchase team 49-42.
TOP TO BOTTOM
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Front Row, left to right: Billy Thurman, Eli,Alexander, H. D. Murrell, Kenneth Slaughter,
Billy Joe Farris, Billy Furgerson, Bobby Ward. Back Row: Coach Preston Holland, Bobby
Hargis, Alfred Clark, Asst. Coach Haron West, Chad Stewart, John Paul Butterworth, Harold
Miller, Manager Harold Beaman.
BASKETBALL SUMMARY ,
The Murray Tigers, coached by Preston "Ty" Holland, had a record of 17 wins and 7 defeats.
The team played in three tournaments during the season. They were runners-up in the Western Ken-
tucky Tournament. In the District meet they were stopped 'by Brewers, runner-up in the State Meet.
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Front Row, left to right: Gene Cathey, Glen Jeffrey, Jimmie Lee Thomasson Dwain Adams
Walter Moser, Buddy Valentine. Back Row: Coach W. P. Russell, William Smith Gene Dunn
O. B. Boone, Dickie Berry.
JUNIOR HIGH RECORD
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MR. ED. FILBECK. Principal
MR. W. Z. CARTER. Superinienden!
True To Life
WILBURN CAVITT. B.S.
Murray State College
Education and Mathematics
The Lady In The Lake
MISS LULA C. BEALE. A.B.. M.A.
Murray State College
Education and English
Be-zyare Of Redheads
MISS ANNE H. RICHMOND. A.B.
University of Kentucky
Murray State College
LALA CAIN. B.s.
Murray State College
VIRS. LOUISE COTHRAN. B.S.
Murray State College
HARON WEST. B.S.
Murray State College
Physical Education. Health. Commerce
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Murray State College
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Health. Physical Education. and
Pardon lily Past
W. P. RUSSELL B.S.
Murray State College
Geography. Health. and
Little Miss Big
MISS FRANCES WILLIAMS .B.S
Murray State College
I Lifue My Life
MISS MARY LASSITER. .A.B.. M.A
Murray State College
University of Kentucky
English and Mathematics
Running The Team
PRESTON HOLLAND. B.A.. M.A
Murray State College
Athletics and History
One In A Million
DR. MARCELLA WOLFSON
A University of Brussels CBe1giumJ
Doctor in Biology
Chance Of fl Lifetime
MRS. CHARLOTTE WHITNELL
Graduate Student in Expression
Sing Your Way Home
-MISS MARY E. ROBERTS
Business Music Education
Murray State College
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Darnell, A.B., Murray State Teachers Collegeg Miss Margaret Graves, A.A.
William Woods College .QFulton, Mo.Jg Miss Kathleen Patterson, A.B., Mur-
ray State Teachers Collegeg Miss Marie Skinner, A.B. and M.A., George
Peabody College and Union University. l
Front Row: Mrs. Annie Nell McReyno1ds, A.B., Murray State Teachers Collegeg Mrs.
Hilda Street, B.S., Murray State Teachers Collegeg Mrs. Georgia Wear, ALB.,
Murray State Teachers Collegeg Mrs. Modell Outland, B.S., Murray State
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Left to right-Mr. Jabe Outland, Tobacco Merchantg Mr. A. B. Austin, Clothing
Merchantg Mr. Luther Robertson, Wholesale Grocerymang Mr. W. Z. Carter,
Superintendent of Murray City Schoolsg Dr. A. D. Butterworth, M.D.g Mrs. Joe
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digniiied, scholarly seniors -
leaving Murray High School
with Wonderful memories to last
a lifetime. Eager yet reluctant
to leave. VVhere are they head-
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W. B. MOSER, SR.
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"I think it well to be reserved." I
COMMERCIAL: One-act play '43, F.H.A. '45, '46g
Vice-president of F.H.A. '46, Tri-Hi-Y '45.
Blake Mine Nlusic
"If music be the food of life. sing on."
SCIENTIFIC: Band '43, '44, Treasurer '44g Pep Band
'43, '44, Entered from Mayfield High '45: Vice-presi-
dent Band '45, '46g President Band '46, '47, Mixed
Chorus '45, '46, Pep Band '46, '47, "Grandad Steps
Out" '46, "Showboat" '46, Contest '44, '45,
HAROLD GRAVES BEAMAN
"Business is generally quiet with the man who keeps
quiet about his business."
SCIENTIFIC: Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Vice-president '45,
'46, Manager of Football '43, '44, '45, '46, of Basket-
ball and Track '44, '45, '46, '47, Sports Editor of An-
nual, W.K.C. Title.
GENERAL: Pep Squad '45, '46, Glee Club '44, '45, '465
G.A.A. '45, Home Ec. Club '45.
Ufakc Up find Lim'
"A virtuous maiden, mild and comely."
COMMERCIAL: Home Ec. Club '43, '44, '45, F.H.A.
'45, '46, '47g Secretary of F.H.A.
Flight To Nowhere
"Force and decision in his word whenever he speaks
he is always heard." I
SCIENTIFIC: Football '44, '45, '46g Hi-Y '45g W.K.C.
J. W. CATHEY
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
"He thinks by the inch. talks by ihe yard. and should
be hanged by the foot."
GENERAL: Basketball '45g "Grandad Steps Out" '46g
ANNA LEE CRASS
Pin Up Girl
"How'e1' it be. it seems lo me.
'Tis only noble to be good."
GENERAL: Tri-Hi-Y '45, '46g President '46g Pep
Squad '43, '44, '45, '46, "Groom Said 'No' " '46g "Gran-
dad Steps Out" '46, Glee Club '45, '46g Home Ec. Club
'44, '45, Vice-president '45g Librarian Glee Club '46g
Annual Staffg Miss Murray High! '46g "Showboat" '46.
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"A girl she seemed of cheerful yesterdays
and confident tomorrowsf'
VOCATIONAL: Mixed Chorus '45, '46, Glee Club
'43, '44, '45, '46, Pep Squad '43, '44, '45, '46, Leader
'46, Tri-Hi-Y '45, '46, "Groom Said 'No"', "'Gran-
dad Steps Out" '46, Home Ec. Club '44, '45, "Show:
boat" '43, '44, '45, Trio '46.
Somewhere In The Night
"Mischief, thou art afoot. take what course thou wilt."
SCIENTIFIC: Football '44, '45, '46, Band '43, W.K.C.
"A cheery smile and a pleasant way, we'd
like to meet her every day."
GENERAL: Tri-Hi-Y '45, '46, "Showboat" '44, '45, '46,
Mixed Chorus '45, '46, "Grandad Steps Out" '46, Glee
Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Home Ec. Club '45, Majorette
'43, '44, '45, '46, Jr. Trio '45, Secretary Sophomore
Class '44, Trio '46, Mixed Quartet '46, Annual Staff '46,
BILLY JOE FARRIS
I Ring Doorbells
"Witty, lively. and full of fun. a good friend
and a true one."
SCIENTIFIC: Football '45, '46, Basketball '43, '44, ,45,
'46, Track '44, '45, '46, "Showboat" '45, "Groom Said
'No' " "Grandad Steps Out" '46, Hi-Y '45, W.K.C. Title.
Alias Billy The Kid
"A lad so well contented with himself that
he nevers looks in a mirror."
SCIENTIFIC: Football '43, '44, '45, '46, Basketball '44,
'45, '46, '47, Track '44, '45, '46, '47, Second Team All
State Football '46, All Purchase Team Basketball '46,
Athletic and Scholastic Club '44, Football Captain '45,
Basketball Captain '46, Hi-Y '44, Annual Staff, "Show-
boat" '45, '46, One-act play '43, "Groom Said 'No' " '46,
All W.K.C. Football and Basketball, Vice-president of
Class '45, All District Basketball '47, Most Popular and
"He may be tall and handsome, but he's just
plain Huz to us."
SCIENTIFIC: Football '43, '44, '45, '46, Track '45, '46,
'47, Hi-Y '44, '45, "Showboat" '45 Vice-president '43,
'44, '45, '46, Co-captain '45, '46, W.K.C. Title.
People Are Funny
"If foolishness extended the length of life.
I would live forever."
GENERAL: Camden H. S.:-Home Ec. Club '43. Mur-
ray: Home Ec. '44, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, Pep Squad
'44, '45, '46, "Blues on the Run". '47, Tri-Hi-Y '46.
GENE HALE , ,
Easy Come, Easy GOLXX'
"Speech is great. but silence is greater."
SCIENTIFIC Football '44, '45, '46, Honorable All- 5
State '45, 'Basketball '43, '44, '45.
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A Hit With A Miss
"He has a wixl io conquer."
SCIENTIFIC: Moved from Hazard 44. Mixed Chorus
'44, '45, -Band '44, '45, Pep Band '44, '45, Orchestra '44,
'45, Boys Quartet '44, '45.
BETTY JO HARRELL
"Silent and sedaie
Making her first ra!e."
GENERAL: Home Ec. Club '44, '45, F.H.A. '45, '46, '47.
VIRGINIA CATHERINE HAYS
"Born to write. converse. and .live with ease."
GENERAL: Home Ec. Club '43, '44, '45, Cartoonist of
Tiger '45, '46, F.H.A. '46, '47, Historian, Annual- Staff,
Art Staff for Annual, Senior Play "Blues on the
'pf 9 Jo ANNE HENDON
What A Woman I
'There ii sometimes mudh in little."
GENERAL: Cheerleader '44, '45, '46, '47, Football
Queen '44, '46, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, '47, "Sl1owboat"
'45, '46, Junior Play "The Groom Said 'No' "3 Senior
Play "Grandad Steps Out", Orchestra '45, Tri-Hi-Y '45,
'46, '47, Most Popular Girl, Best All-round Girl, Latin
Club '43, '44, Concert Band '46. I
I Know W'here I'm Going
"Work hard. know the rules. shoot square."
GENERAL: Tiger Staff '44: Editor Tiger '45, '46, Home
Ec. Club '44, '46, Assistant Editor of Annual.
LA VORA HOLLAND
"I have a tongue, but for fear I don't show it.
I talk all the time so you'11 be sure and know it."
GENERAL: Russellville High School: President Fresh-
man Class '43, Spring Music Festival '43g Girls' Trio
'44g Sub Deb Club '44g Dramatic Club '44, Secretary of
Sophomore Class '44g Home Ec. Club '43, '44g Glee Club
'42 '43, '44 '44, '45, '46g Cheer Leader '42, '43, '44, '45g
Junior Play "The Scarecrow Creeps" '45, Mixed Chorus
'43, Pep Squad '45. Murray High School: President
Glee Club '46, Mixed Chorus and Mixed Octet '46,
Pep Squad '46g "Showboat" '45g "Grandad Steps Out"
Senior Play '46, Tri-Hi-Y '46, Annual Staff '46.
Genius at Ufork
"Young in years, in judgment o1d"
SCIENTIFIC: Hi-Y '46g "Grandad Steps Out" Senior
ANNA BELLE LASH
"Her very frown is fairer than the smiles of
GENERAL: Entered here from Flint, Michiganin 1945:
Glee Club '45, '46.
The Secret Heart
"The fair. the chaste. the unexpressive she."
COMMERCIAL: Home Economics Club '44, '45, F.H.A.
'45, '46, '47.
JO ANN MCDANIEL
Her Kind of Man
"Beauty is truth. truth beauty."
GENERAL: Glee Club '43, '44, '45, Home Ec. Club
'43, '44, '45, '46, Pep Squad '43, '44, '45.
EDNA EARLE MCKEEL
Calendar Girl A
"Talents differ: all is well and wisely put." 1
GENERAL: Pep Squad '43, '44, '45, '46, Glee Club '44.
'45, '46, Home Ec. Club '44, '45, '46, Tri-Hi-Y '45, '46,
F.H.A. '45, '46, "Groom Said 'No"' '46, "Blues on the
Run " '47, "Showboat" '44, Debate Team '45, Annual
LEE ROSS MELUGIN
"Not too serious. not too gay, but '
altogether a jolly good fellow."
SCIENTIFIC: Football '42, '43, '44, '45, '46, President
'43, '44, '45, '46, Hi-Y '44, '45, "Showboat" '45, '46,
Track '46, One act play '43, W.K.C. Title.
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"Not afraid of work. but in sympathy with it."
SCIENTIFIC: Football '45, '46, Basketball '45, Hi-Y '45
'46, Treasurer '45, '46, Track '45, W.K.C. Title.
ROBERT JACKSON MOSER
"I hope one morning to awake and find myself great."
SCIENTIFIC: Football '43, '44, '45, '46, Hi-Y '44, '45,
'46, President '46, "Groom Said 'No"', "Grandad
Steps Out", Public Discussion '44, Oration '46, Presi-
dent Speech League '46, Member of National Athletic
Scholastic Society, W.K.C. Title, Editor of Annual.
H. D. MURRELL
"I will most willingly attend your ladyship."
SCIENTIFIC: Basketball '42, '43, '44, '45, '46, Honorable
Mention All Purchase Team '45, All District Team '43,
Track '44, Band '45, Orchestra '45, Quartet '45, Mixed
Chorus '45, "Tomboy" '44, "Showboat" '43, '44, Presi-
dent Class '44, Vice-president '45, Hi-Y '43, '44, Nation-
al Athletic Scholastic Society.
Do-wn to Earth
"Let come what will, I'1l do A my best."
COMMERCIAL: Home Economics Club '43, '44, F.H.A.
'45, '46, President '46, Vive-president Home Ec. Class
'46, Glee Club '45, '46, '47, "Showboat" '46, Junior
Play "The Groom Said 'No' " '46, Mixed Chorus '46,
Annual Staff, Tiger Staff '45, Senior Play "Blues on
the Run" '47, Student Office Worker, High School
"The only way to have a friend is to be one."
CLASSICAL: Latin Club '43, Glee Club '45, '46,
Treasurer of Glee Club '46, Pep Squad '46, Secre-
tary of Class '44, '45, Tri-Hi-Y '45, '46, Sec. and Treas.
of Tri-Hi-Y '46, McDowell Music Club '43, '44, '45, '46,
"Blues ton The Run" '47,
MARY MARTHA OUTLAND
Too Good to be True
"Nothing is gained without ambition"
COMMERCIAL: Home Ec. Club '43, '44, F.H.A. '45,
'46, Sec. of F.H.A., '45, '46, Glee Club '45, '46, Sec. of
Glee Club- '46, Mixed Chorus '46, Trio '46, "Showboat"
'46, Student Director of "Groom Said 'No' "Q Student Of-
fice Worker '43, '45, '46, Lunch Room Bookkeeper
'45, '46, Tiger Staff '44, "Blues on the Run" '47, An-
nual Staff '46, High School Register '47,
Jos PACE. Jn.
I They Won'l Believe Me
"Talk to him of .l'acob's ladder. and he will
ask the number of steps."
SCIENTIFIC: Hi-Y '44, '45, Football '43, '44, '45, '46,
Track '46, '47, "Showboat" '45, '46, W.K.C. Title.
JOHN NEAL PURDOM
"Don't let your studies interfere with your
SCIENTIFIC: Hi-Y '44, '45, Football '43, '44, '45, '46,
The Green Years
"Thorough in his work fo the last degree.
A successful man he'll surely be."
SCIENTIFIC: Hi-Y '45, '46, Football '43, '44, '45, '46,
Mixed Chorus '46, "Blues on the Run" '47, W.K.C.
Born to Speed
"A cheerful disposition is a fund fo great capital."
SCIENTIFIC: Football '44, '45, '46, Track ,'45, '46, '47,
Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Annual Staff, Tiger Staff '46, "Blues
on the Run" '47,
Secret Life of Walter M. '
"My hear! is whole. my fancy free. run on
liffle girls don'f bother me."
SCIENTIFIC: West Technical High School, Basketball
'45, Foreman Guild '45, Murray: Football '46, "Blues
on the Run" '47. ,
JO ANNE SHRQAT
The Strange Woman
"I-Iumerous with lofs of poise, plenfy of
friends among the boys." V
GENERAL? Latin Club '43, Home Ec. Club '44, Glee
Club '44, '45, '46, Mixed Chorus '45, '46, Pep Squad '43,
'44, '46, Cheerleader '45, '46, "The Groom Said 'No' "
'45, "Grandad Steps Out" '46, "Showboat" '43, '44, '45,
Annual Staff, G.A.A. '43,
MARY JO SKAGGS
So Goes My Love
"lA good natured girl. and earnest in all her efforts."
VOCATIONAL: Home Ec. Club '44, '45, Tri-Hi-Y '46,
'47g Manager Magazine Drive '46, McDowell Music
Club '43, '44, '45, '46.
KENNETH K. SLAUGHTER
Champion of the Cue
"My ideaiof an agreeable person is a person
who agrees with me."
GENERAL: Basketball letterman for three years,
Football letterman for two years? Track letterman for
one year, In service over two years, "Showboat" '46,
-. Betty Co-ed
"She's merry and gay, know's how to work and to play."
VOCATIONAL: Treasurer of Junior Class, '46g Treasur-
er of Senior Class, '473 Tri-Hi-Y '46, '47, Home Ec.
Club '45, '46g Member of C.A.P., Wayne High School,
Wayne, .Mich., '44, "The Groom Said 'No"' '46, "Gran-
dad Steps Cut" '47,
SEDNA EARL STARKS KNIGHT
This Time For Keeps
"For she was more than over shoes in love"
GENERAL: Majorette '43, '44, '45, '46, Glee C1ub"43,
'44, '45, '46, "Showboat" '44, '45, Home Ec. Club '44,
'45, Latin Club '43, '44g Mixed Chorus '45, '46.
"Though quiet, 'tis said he has deep thoughts."
GENERAL: Football '44, '45, '46g Captain '46g Basket-
ball '43, '44, '45, '46, Track '44, '45, '46g W.K.C. Titleg
Honorable Mention All-State '46g All W.K.C. Foot-
She IfVouldn't Say Yes
"For a girl more active, capable and fine:
You'll search the world and never find."
CLASSICAL: Latin Club '43g Tiger Staff '44g Pep
Squad '43, '46g Tri-Hi-Y '45, '46g McDowell Music
Club '43, '44, '45, '46g "Showboat" '45, Vice-president
Speech League '46g "Blues on the Run" '47g Annual
"Let the world slide, let the words go, a fig for care
and a foe fqr woe."
SCIENTIFIC: Football '43, '44, '45, '46g Basketball '45,
'46, Hi-Y '44, '45g Treasurer '44g W. K. C. Title.
Rendezvous With Annie
"A practical sense niixed with quiet humor."
GENERAL: Lafayette: Dutch Clubg Pep Club
'45g Honor Club '44, '45g Student Council '45g Girl
Reserves '45g Girls Council '45. Murray: Pep Squad
'46g "Grandad Steps Out"g Glee Club '45, '46g Tri-Hi-Y
'46g Home Ec. Club '45, '46.
PVT. JOHN D. PHILLIPS. 'U.S.M.C.
PVT. J. W. CATHEY. U.S.A.
CADET LEE R. MELUGIN. M.M.C
Four short years ago in September of 1943, there walked, ran, or other-
wise entered into the corridors of Murray High School a group of the most
intelligent, most dignified, and most beautiful students ever to enter the
haven of Murray High School. Altogether there were around fifty of us
that year, several new pupils having been added to our eighth grade class.
Other than being the best class in school, nothing of great importance
happened to us that year. r
In 1944 when We returned as sophomores to M.H.S., several of our
number did not return. Among those' were Joe Glasgow fnow in Oak
Ridgej, Lynn Wallace, and Helen McFall. We also had new ones in our
midst. We elected Miss Richmond and Mr. Cavitt as our sponsors and
they led us through another happy year. On "Talent N ight," sponsored by
the seniors, our class presented two skits.
As juniors We entered in 1945 and again we lost old students and
gained new ones. Among those entering our class were La Vora Holland,
Connie Hampton, and Ted Barnett, all of great musical talent, Rudy
Holland, our carpenter and electrician, and Anna Belle Lash. During that
year we looked to Miss-Cain and Mr. West for class guidance, and I am
sure there could not be found two more 'faithful or loyal sponsors. Early
in the season we had aprogressive dinner, starting at the Methodist
Church with the appetizer, to the high school for the main course, and
to the club house for dessert and to play games. Later in the year we
presented a chapel program entitled "The Faculty" which enabled the
teachers to see how they appeared to the students. The junior classpre-
sented a play entitled "The Groom Said 'No' " with Billy Furgerson and
Anna Lee Crass in the leading roles. Withthe money thus made, we
presented the senior class and faculty of M.H.S. with a banquet in the
form of a night club with beautiful chorus girls and suave waiters fthe
soph. boysj in attendance. The juniors enjoyed themselves immensely in
thus entertaining the seniors and faculty.
In 1946 we, the dignified seniors, walked in and took our place as the
pivot of M.H.S. for one year. We chose Mr. Moser as ourladviser and'
sponsor for our last year's work, and we know we could not have ac-
complished so much or have been so happy without his excellent help.
This, our last year, has been our greatest. The football and basketball
teams, composed mostly of seniors, won great honors. In October we
had a combination Halloween Carnival and Pie Supper in Outland's To-
bacco Barn. In December the senior class presented a play, "Grandad
Steps Out," featuring J. W. Cathey in the title role. Also in December we
ordered our class rings. At Christmas we drew names for a party which
+he mothers of our class gave for us in the club house. In January Mr.
Moser gave a birthday party for Robert Jackson and invited the seniors
and their friends. At mid-semester we were saddened by the departure
of several of our classmates. We lost Edna Starks in matrimony, and
Anna Belle Lash by bgraduation. J. W. Cathey joined the Army and Lee
Ross Melugin, our class president all through our four years of high
school, joined the Merchant Marines. We had a progressive dinner in
his honor the night before he left. We Were indeed sorry to lose our presi-
dent for he had served us faithfully. Early in the first semester John
Dee Phillips joined the Marines. In the spring a young man's fancy turns
to love and so does a woman's for in March two of our girls, Chris
Cunningham and Wanda Adams, were married. '
On May 23 We shall say good-bye to Murray High School and to
all the joys and pleasures we have known here. We know that we have
had, for the past four years, the best leadership and guidance from the
splendid teachers of M.H.S. that any group of students have ever been
fortunate enough to have, and if we do not turn out to be great in
the world it will not be their fault.--Mary Martha Outland.
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To whom it may concern:
We, the Class of '47, had better leave before we go completely insane
after four years of hard study and no play.
Second: To the faculty and to our friends:
We shall always remain deeply grateful for the needless hours they
spent in our presence and for the great amount of knowledge that we
do not have. .
Third: To our underclassmen:
To the Class of '48 We leave a hard way to go because they never
To the sophomores, our good reputation.
,To the freshmen, our hope that they too may have a will someday.
Fourth: I, Rover Ward, leave . . . barely. 1 ' I
I, Jo Skaggs, leave my mechanical knowledge of the Cables to Hilda
I, Marty Outland, will my book called "The Jones," to Zetta Yates.
I, Tu Ton Hale, will my atlas equipment to little Hugh Eddie Wilson.
I, Mimi Harrell, leave with the "Jack of all Trades," Rudy Holland.
I, Pork Chops Shroat, will my diary of male cheerleaders to Janice
We, Jo McDaniel and Conrad Hampton, leave together.
I, Peaches McKeel, will my sugar and cream to Betty Beach.
I, Glennie Berkley, leave because marriage awaits me.
I, Chris Hopkins, leave with a skip, jump, and a "hop."
I, Cecil Miller, leave but shall return to get a sophomore girl.
I, Jo Holland, leave my art of conversation and surplus pep to Julia
Ann Holland. 1
I, Huz Giles, will my compact, comb, make-up, and artificial eye lashes
to William Foy.
I, Curly Farris, will "the dudad," "that thang," and "holy cow," to anyone
of Miss Anne's class-keep them Well. ,'
I, La Ha Holland, leave my giggles floating here and there to make life
cheery when I am gone.
I, G. G. Outland, leave my way of prying into everyone's business with-
out trouble to Mary E. McClure.
I, Paul Moser, will my road maps of adjoining towns to Wayne
I, Furg Furgerson, leave my fanciful ways with the girls to Bill Rowlett.
I, Pete Purdom, leave my cave man ways of romance to John Downs.
I Emily Vaughn, will my "ramrod" to any unlawful soul.
I Cuball Barnett, leave my musical ability to Jerry Williams--he needs
it so.'. .
I, Inspirator Beaman, leave my good pep speeches to Willie Hopkins.
I, Puss Cable, will my cute little dimples to Bobby Hutchens to slay the
I, Meat Melugin left months ago due to Uncle Samfs stubbornness.
I, Harkless Woods, leave my sickness and broken legs to anyonelwho
wants. to stay out of school.
I, Lee Crass, leave my beauty to Orene Tabors.
I, Hildie Buchanan, take everything with me because anyone wouldn't
I, Phil Farmer, leave as a maid int waiting.
I,'Wheaties Glasgow, take my scatter-brains with me because I'l1 need
I, Marshmallow Maxey, leave my "One Man Fashion" to Betty Thurman.
I, Blondie Colson, leave my blushing 'innocence to anyone who wants
to blush. '
I, Bets Smith, leave my love letters floating here and there, maybe
Jean Wisehart will catch a few.
I,.Turtle Knight, left at the half to spend the rest with a knight.
I, Pee Wee Hendon, leave my sweet disposition to Naomi McMil1en.
I, Belle Lash, leave singing "Oh Johnny, Oh J ohnnyf'
I, Trish Outland, leave my regular school attendance to George
I, Pickle Dill, leave my route to Mayfield open.
I, Wormy Holland, leave my masterful ways to Pnil Crawford.
I, Baby Pace, leave my cute ways in class to anyone who will accept
I, Josh Cathey, left a few months ago to be with my Uncle Sam.
I, Defus Phillips, left months ago to attend the leatherneck's school.
I, Ramrod Ramsey, leave calling "Oh Emily, Oh Emily."
I Ru Rudolph, leave my photographer's ability to anyone who likes
a dark room.
I, Shack Shackelford, leave my billiard career to someone who has
I, Slaughter, leave my way of laying out of school every day to Joe
I, Payne Thurman, leave my football and basketball career to Marshall
Richard Berry. '
I, Hubby 'Murrel1, will my blonde hair to Coach Holland-lpoor soul
he wants beautiful hair so much. '
I, Kitty Hays, leave my ability of writing a will to the will writer
of '48.-eSenior Class of 1947.
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should they? They will be
seniors next year!
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MARY ELIZABETH SYKES
JOE EARLE BLALOCK
JOE WOOD CABLE
MAURICE F. CRASS
GRACE ANN WILLIAMS
BETTY LOU BEACH
WILLIAM M. ROWLETT
SARA LEE SAMMONS
BOBBY GENE MOORE
JAMES THOMAS GARLAND
HENRY LATT WALDROP
JOE PAT BLAND
HILDA GREY TODD
VESTER ANDERSON ORR
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JOE GRAVES BAKER
BOBBY GENE HUTCHINS
HUGH EDDIE WILSON
NELL MARIE POLLY
MARJORIE NELL LANCASTER
ENOS HOWARD BRANDON
JOHN DONALD MCDOUGAL
JOHN HOWARD DOWNS
JOANN ST. JOHN
THOMAS GRAVES PARKER
MINNIE JO MCCORD
EDWARD PHILLIP CRAWFORD
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JAMES PATTERSON SYKES
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HAZEL JEAN RUSHING
MARY JACOUELINE WEAR
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JOHN TOM LAMB
NAOMI JEAN MCMILLEN
JOHN PAUL BUTTERWORTH
JAMES H. BONDURANT
BETTY SUE OUTLAND
JAMES THOMAS ROSE
JAMES SHELTON KLAPP
CHARLES HOWARD TOLLEY
CARL EVERETT SHROAT
BILLY PRESTON CAIN
WILLIAM NOLD McELRATH
BETTY LOU MCKEEL
' OLIVER C. -MCLEMORE
CLARA OLEAN WILSON
WILLIAM LUTHER HUGHES
JOHN WILFORD MCIVOR
JULIA ANN HOLLAND
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JERRY D. BYNUM
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THOMAS HUGH TAYLOR
ALMA JO ERNESTBURGER
MAX GENE MOORE
ROBERT GLENN JEFFREY
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Front Row-Joe Blalock, Jimmy Ramsey, Harold Beaman, Jackie Miller, Phil Craw-
ford, Joe Pat Hackett, Joe Graves Baker, Billy Rudolph.
Middle Row-Thomas Edd'Adams, Billy Joe Crass, Vester Orr, John Downs, Robert
J. Moser, Billy Joe Farris, Eli Alexander, Hugh Eddie Wilson, Carl Everett
Shroat, Mr. W. B. Moser.
Back Row-John Paul Butterworth, Jimmy' Klapp, william Hopkins, Tommie
Parker, Harold Miller, Joe Cable, J. Don McDougal, Bill Rowlett, Rudy
N ie felcl Fouie 7'
Front Row--Joann St. John, Margaret Humphries, Phyllis Farmer, La Vora Holland
Jo Anne Hendon, Sara Lee Samm-ons, Jackie Ann Maddox.
Second Row-Chris Cunningham Hopkins, Lavinia Wimberly, Edna Earle McKee1
Betty Smith, Mary Jo Skaggs, Jean Wiseheart, Betty Roberts.
W lmy Girls Leave Homev
HOME EC. CLUB
Front Row-Anne Woods, Lavinia Wimberly, Margaret Humphries, Betty Beach, Jackie Maddox,
Janice Weatherly, Letitia Maupin, Betty Thurman, Jean Wisehart, Jenell Foy.
Second Row-Geneva Outland, Olean Wilson, Barbara Downs, Anita Washer, Alma Jo Ernest-
burger, Virginia Hays, Betty Sue Outland, Mary Martha Outland, Susie Frances King
Martha Jo Stagner. .
Third Row-Janice Blalock, Charlotte Roberts, Betty June West, Jean Corn, Betty Lou McKee1
Edna McKeel, Gladys McKinny, Brenda Smith.
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Front Row-Phil Crawford, Mr. W. B. Moser, William McElrath.
Second Row-Charles Tolley, Pat Sykes, Bill Parks.
" IGHT EDITOR'
Front Row-Ronald Churchill, Virginia Hays, Hilda Todd, Thomas Edd Adams, Bill Parks, Joe
Back Row-Charlotte Holland, Don McDougal, Bill Cain, Bill Rowlett, Jimmy Klapp, Wm. Smith.
No Picture-William McElrath, William Hughes.
Left to Right-Judge H. A. Murrell, Mason Evans, Jerry Carson, Leroy Polly, Gene Johnson,
H. B. West, 'Billy McKeel, James Mason Churchill, Fred McCord, William Thomas Parker,
Frank Wilson, Joe Wilson, Burman Parker, Buddy Vance.
"' MOOTH AS SILK'
Front Row-Brenda Smith, Marjorie Lancaster, Mary Martha Outland, La Vora Holland,
Glenace Berkley, Jean Wisehart, Anna Ruth Billington, Betty Thurman, Jo Anne Hen-
don, Margaret Humphries, Lavinia Wimberly, Wanda Trevathan, Betty Roberts, Sara Sam-
mons, Phyllis Farmer, Jenell Foy, Elsie Slinker, Jo Ann St. John.
Second Row-Gladys McKinney, Norma Jean Farris, Janice Blalock, Anna Lee Crass, Geneva
Outland, Hazel Jean Rushing, Olean Wilson, Ruby Atkins, Jackie Maddox, Janice Weath- '
erly, Betty June West, Martha Jo Stagner, Betty Lou Beech, Chrystalline Cunningham, Jo
Ann Parker, Jean King, Anita Washer, Betty Pittman, Letitia Maupin, Miss Mary E.
Third Row-Peggy Buchanan, Neva Fitts, Naomi McMillen, Susie King, Edna McKeel, Nell H
Polly, Anne Woods, Betty Lou McKeel, Betty Roberts, Mildred Slinker, Jean Com, Le-
tricia Outland, Betty Glasgow, Norma Jean Lovins, Nettie Lou Culver. l
BOYS QUARTET MIXED OUARTET GIRLS TRIO ,
Boys Quartet, left to right-Thomas Edd Adams, Ronald Churchill, Joe Earle Blalock, Jerry
A' Williams. '
Mixed Quartet, left to right-Ronald Churchill, Phyllis Farmer, La Vora Holland, Jerry
Girls Trio, left to right-Phyllis Farmer, Chrystalline Cunningham Hopkins, Mary Martha
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f, Edna Earl Starks.
Third Row-Ronald Churchill, Jerry Bynum, Noble Knight, Frank Littleton, Gene Dunn, Wil-
Fourth Row-Gene Hendon, Will Mac Jones, Edward Overbey, Jimmy Love, Bobby Hutchins.
Fifth Rowf-Tommy Parker, William Thomas Parker, Bobby Foy, Bud Tolley, Thomas Hopkins,
Bobby Cole, Donald Starks.
Sixth Row-Ted Barnett, Jirruny Jones, Gene Wells, Tommy Doran, Bill Sledd, Gene Lovins.
Seventh Row-Maurice Crass, Jean Wisehart, Wanda James, Gerald McCord, Bill Parks, Jean
Eighth Row-Clegg Austin, Jimmy Klapp, Lockie Fay Hart, Mary Frances Williams, Carolyn
Melugin, Nancy Wear, J. Don McDougal.
Ninth Row--Miss Mary E. Roberts, Thomas Edd Adams, James Bondurant, Sara Ruth Calhoon,
Joan Love, Barbara Downs, Anne Rhodes, Patricia Futrell, Ann Curry, Geneva Sue Allison,
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Second Row-Jo Anne Hendon, Janice
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Fourth Row-Jenell Foy, Sara Sammons,
Anita Washer, Dolores Anderson, Betty
Roberts, Jackie Wear.
Fifth Row-Gladys McKinney, Nettie
Lou Culver, Jean Taylor, Jo Ann Parker,
Betty Lou McKeel, Minnie Jo McCord.
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"Coming Soon" Cnot more .than 10 years hencej to our silver screen,
"The Human Comedy," starring all the members of the Senior Class of '47.
Paul Dill and Bobby Cable arelworking together in "Dangerous Busi-
ness" for less work and higher pay. Heard they were getting results.
Betty Jo Harrell is now in Alaska teaching the Eskimos how to "win
friends and influence people." Rudy Holland has asked her to marry
him, so if nothing goes wrong, the Eskimos are going to be wondering
"For Whom The Bell Tolls."
Robert Moser, national leader of the Y.M.C.A., is leading a world-wide
campaign against the evils of liquor. Carolyn Vaughn, an old maid, is
trying to capture Jimmy Ramsey, one of Hollywood's richest playboys.
Letricia Outland was taking "A Walk In The Sun" down "Fifth Avenue,"
had a sun stroke, andi was taken to J. C. Miller, M.D. La Vora Holland's
was "A Perfect .Marriage," so she's taking a "Vacation in Reno." '
A most touching scene is the one in which John Neal Purdom is living
in Ireland attempting to raise potatoes for a living. We find that Charlotte
Holland is running a newspaper all her own, with pink ribbons and
ruffled curtains in her office. Connie Hampton is working in a dough-
nut hole factory. If he runs out of anything to do, he stuffs macaroni.
"Winning Through Air Power" is noted the best seller of the year,
written by' Billy Joe Farris, who flew around the world in ten years in
his new pink helicopter. He let Bobby Ward get off in Spain to try to
convince the ladies "there's nothing like a dependable ice man."
Here's a heart breaker-Mary Martha Outland is taking to drink
and is a "Pistol Packin' Mama." ,She and Mary Jo Skaggs fight savagely
every night to see who is going to be the winner of a new luxurious fur
coat costing 52.98 fat a special price, of coursej. Billy Thurman has a
nice little business. He's running a date bureau, but takes out all the good
looking ones himself. Saw him last night at the "Goose Club" with the
latest gal about town, Anna Belle Lash. Anne Woods and Betty Glasgow
are having an "Adventure" on a large bug hunt in Africa, but no luck
The famous Billy Furgerson, who made Hollywood sigh when he went
in '47, is a popular star, although he's ageing. His next picture will be
"I-Ieartstopf' You don't want to miss the part of "Barnett's Boogiemen"
appearing at the White House. Seems the band is President Pace's favor-
ite. The vocalist is Phyllis Farmer. She excells in singing lullabys. Edna
Starks is up around Hoptown with the rest of the "mentally unbalanced."
J. W. Cathey is pulling nails out of Harold Beaman's house. Harold
wants "The Walls to Come Tumbling Down" so he can collect insurance
and have "The Time of His Life." Virginia Hays is touring the U. S.
selling the new 8-way cold pills made by Gostowski and Zinzilieta. They're
making millions of dollars out of the stuff. Edna McKeel, famous designer,
has charge of all wardrobes in the picture. Her latest creation for the
fashion world was worn by Glenace Berkley at her coming out party.
Hilda Buchanan, the world's greatest woman crime doctor, is trying
to solve the -Rudolph-Shackelford case. Walter "Slugger" Shackelford is
said to have killed Billy "Brute" Rudolph because he wouldn't let him
play with his scooter. Lee Crass portrays the role of a young miss who
works on Hughes Giles' cotton plantation raising corn iwhich this ish.
The "Queen of Burlesque" is none other than Wanda Adams, who got
her beautiful chassis by reading Gene Hale's booklet, "How to be A
Slinky Jane or A Slim Jim." Marcella Maxey helps Geneva Outland de-
fiea dogs at Geneva's Dog Kennels.
Betty Smith is a retired gal now,because she made millions when she
took Lee Ross Melugin to Barnum's Circus and won first prize with her
freak. Jo Arme Shroat and Jo Anne Hendon heard that Kenneth Slaugh-
ter 'had some xxx in his ice box, so .they rushed over to investigate.
They found only the bottle left and Kenneth singing at the top of his
voice. "Maizie" was there at the time and said it was all her fault.
Jo' Ann McDaniel, world-famous ballerina adds her bit artistry to the
picture by doing a graceful ballet, Ta Ra Ra Boom Ta. H. D. Murrell
plays the part of Yeduhi fyou know, the little man who ran awayl.
The management recommends this picture heartily to you. The admis-
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