Murray High School - Tiger Yearbook (Murray, KY)

 - Class of 1959

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To our principal, Fred Schultz, who has given so many hours to the youth of M.H.S., we dedicate the 1959 Tiger. lj vw 13 -,4"" 5'-"A if Bn.: flaw' m1f5g...,,-I , A qw " ' s , in i . ........ oloooooooo . .......... ll I I 9 A ll I I 00000000 W ' ll xx fi sxwxx In 1.1.13 '- 1. v" ,D :iw 5, 5. ' 1 of Schdsbis .W z. CARTER 4 , ' ' ,Kam-J X 1 'X AH 1 A. X if: -v RUTH LASSITER Secretary and Treasurer MARY ELLEN JONES Secretary to Principal AGNES ALLEN Receptionist and Filing Clerk fftifetcb Ddzecfofa PRESTON HOLLAND f-fzteazdance Ogden PRENTICE LASSITER ' f4d0fi40'2 W. B. MOSER W. B. MOSER MRS. MILDRED GASS SAM CRASS B.S., Murray State College, M.A., B.S., M.A., Murray State College B.S., Murray State College University of Kentucky Home Economics Physics, Chemistry Biology L fl l :ll V W l t 1 l . Ivan.- WILLIAM F. DAVIS B.S., M.A., Murray State College Science, Audio Visual Education MISS MARY LASSITER A.B., Murray State Collegeg M.A., University of Kentucky Mathematics WILBURN CAVITT B.S., Murray State College Mathematics pic'-Afnfl PC! '17 MRS. LUCILLE AUSTIN MRS. MARY ANN RUSSELL MRS. LOIS SPARKS A-B-, Murray STBTG College: MA-, AB., M.AywMurray Sta College A.B., Kentucky Wesleyan College, University of Kentucky Eagishj f .-ff uw-+A, C2 MA., Murray State College . L A , English, French if K7 .cf CL English V714 ff MISS LORENE SVVANN MRS, IDELLE BAILEY MRS. CLARA GRIFFEN B.S., Murray State College B.S., Murray State College BS., University of Missouri English, Latin English, Study Hall Reading, English gprv' My Qt -C444-fra, .7 17 ' 'P x . PRESTON HOLLAND 'H-Q RV? MODEST JEEFIERYJJJ' yitwuy GLENN JEFFERY A.B., M.A., Murray State College B.S., Murray State College, M.A., B.S,, Murray State College Social Studies University of Kentucky History, Athletics Athletics History ELI ALEXANDER MRS. DEW DROP ROWLETT B.S., M.A., Murray State College B.S., Murray State College, M.S., History, Athletics Louisiana State University Physical Education, Health X f 4 3' f ef ' K" ,L ELA L 1 Zjflzcdjz ,Ji gjfglf' ' Sf c 4f'7k !LiY,Yj4iL ig fl L l li. RU SELL B.S., M.A., Murray State College Health, Physical Ed. Athletics I mcscui Af 5 i MRS. LOCHIE HART IRVING GILSON MRS. LILLIAN OLILA BS., M.A.,.Murray State College. B.M.E., M.A., M y State College B.M.E., St. Cloud, Minn. Librarian -'QL If? L., 1 , rf.. v N ' 079 If Music ! Music MRS. WILLIAM NASH PAUL LYONS JR. MISS LALA CAIN B.S., Area in Art, Murray State Col- B.S., Murray State College B.S., Murray State College lege Mathematics, Industrial Arts Commerce Art Director Murray City Schools gs.-5 4' SW! Left to Right Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs. Baker Hubbs Lawrence Armstrong Hale McDougal Graham A large thank you is in order for the lunchroom and custodian staffs who each day, strive to make a more pleasant day for each of us by providing-good food and a clean building. Their cour- tesy to each student is appreciated much more than is expressed or realized. , e ,, l H t t , f A ,Mme we Lett to Right Mr. Carter Mr. Heath Mr. Crain Mr. Outland Mr. Wilson C Sm!! Semor Class Sponsors DEW DROP ROWLETT ELI ALEXANDER If-f if 'if vlfvr ..........,, , ,Na+-x ,r- ,,-P" ,--' ,M- xx .,f" MW.. Xl ,,..w- fr- ,M A 'V , ,, WM ,ww ff E may ,KV fr' I. ,R X, A M. ngril ,aww ,Y Q Digg a , X f if Q A K 'T' 1 .Sink 'APU iw :wil P -s f n In 4 :Q , L ' 4 v 1194 , Q52 I xd Y X . L 4 2 I all' 14" ii -N7 lo -.vw H HW K " -'W , A Q Align .' 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W. f ----V V j , ,Q 1' The day that we the graduatnng class of 'I959 entered the flrst grade gradua tron day was only a tlny goal somewhere In the dustant future We have now reached that goal leavlng behind us many prrnts on the sands of tlme These prnnts were at furst hardly notlceable but nn 1955 when we were put through the usual tor tures of green freshmen they became a llttle more promlnent These flrst sllght umpresslons were made by the 78 students and sponsors Mr Fred Shultz and Mrs Dew Drop Rowlett Our class offlcers were Presldent Ted Sykes Vlce Presrdent Jerry Henry Secretary and Treasurer Jeanette McNutt Our class actlvltles were few but as our sophomore year began they became more numerous In 1956 we ganned Marvlee Easter Roszanne Farrrs Bonnle Futrell Mary Ellen Wllllams Linda Toon Carla Hlnch and Glenn Hull but because of the loss of Don Alexander Larry Austnn John Arnold Pat Barnes G C Caln James Carson Phul Collie Mary Ruth Emertne Gary Herndon Jerry Hvland Nathan Jewell Wayne Lee Hugh Massey Jerry Overbey Joe Ray Jerry Sensrng Earl Stalls and John Walker our class numbered only 69 Leadlng our steps for the second year were our same sponsors Mrs Rowlett and Mr Shultz and the same class officers Ted Sykes Jerry Henry and Jeanette McNutt We ended our sophomore year wtth a pac nlc at Kentucky Lake State Park Our lmprlnts on the sands of time were made somewhat deeper during our gun lor year There were 62 of us lolly lunlors wlth the gain of Ronnie Christopher Adair Ronald Barlow Hugh Crass Richard Parker Dwalne Spencer Wlllle Ross Stamps Jane Chadwick Eva Dunn Sara Kung Hazel Peal and Mary Ellen Wllllams We chose as our class officers President Ted Sykes Vlce President Buddy Farris Secretary and Treasurer Sandra Hamrlck Our sponsors were Mrs Dew Drop Rowlett and Mr El: Alexander Our mann events throughout the year Included the homecoming foot ball party the class play Bound to Marry and the Junior Senror Banquet The theme for the banquet which was held at the Kenlake Hotel was Moonllght and Roses Our frnal tmprunts at Murray Hugh School have been made under the dtrectuon of our sponsors Mrs Rowlett and Mr Alexander and our class officers Jerry Neale Ron me Christopher and Pat Beale Presldent Vlce President Secretary and Treasurer respectlvely We garned Pattr McNeely and Sherry Mayfield but lost Leonard Ball Leon Arnold Anrta Hutchens Ginny Weatherly and Kay Farrell Our mann protects for thus our twelfth year have been the Halloween Carnlval and the annual All these happy moments shall fade Into memorles on May 28 1959 when we wlll each go our separate ways to make our lndnvldual umprlnts on the sands of the future As we leave we shall utter a silent prayer of thanks and of hope a hope that the graduatnng class of 1959 may always be remembered for tts accompllsh ments rather than nts defeats Hlstorlan MARTHA E JONES I I ' I D 1 ' I n z ' , - , . . I . . . I h U . . . I 1 ' , 1 , . I . . I . I . I , , ' , ' 1 I ' I I I ' ' ' I I l I r 1 l I 1 I I I I . I I , . I ' ' I - I I - ' Leonard Ball, Kattie Marie Arnold, and Marilyn Morgan, and the loss of Deanna . I , I . I . I . . I - I I I I I - ' ' . . I I . . I . I , . . . . Il ll ' ' I I I ' ' . ,, . I I Il I ' ' 1 ' I I T ' ' , 2 ' , ' ' , , ' I I . I . . . . . I I . ' I I 1 I T We the Senuor Class of l959 havung Traveled the long dark path of knowledge leave thus hugh school Iufe wuth many thoughts of those yet to come Wuth them un mund we make thus last wull and testament Mr Schultz we leave our utmost respect and gratutude for hus guudance Mr Carter we leave our deepest thanks for hus help through the years the faculty we leave our apprecuatuon for the tume they have spent wuth each of us Mrs Rowlett and Mr Alexander our sponsors we leave our admuratuon for theur unturung efforts un our behalf To the Underclassmen we leave a trust to uphold the standards and tradutuons of Murray Hugh School Each senuor bequeaths the followung I Rebecca Dublun leave my abuluty to memoruze answers word for word to Leon Orr Boy he needs ut' I Jerry Henry leave because luke Caesar I came I saw and I conquered I thunk We Marulee Easter and Buddy Farrus leave our desks sude by sude un classes to any couple who can make as good use of them as we have Burna Schroader leave my washung of pans to Charlotte Spencer she knows how ut us Joe Bob Brewer may be leavung but lm un such a daze that lm not sure Deanna Story leave wuth my musuc rungung through the halls of Murray Hugh forever and ever Stephen Sanders leave my suze twelve shoes to anyone who needs such a furm foundatuon Kay Roberts leave my thurteen bottles of Lute and Brute to Mary Leslue Erwun Edward Roberts leave but I II stop several tumes along the way Pat Beale leave to move further South on Twelfth Street Frank Whute leave to help clean house Annetta Churchull leave Murray Hugh un serene quuetness but waut untul Sharon gets here to resume the responsubuluty of the Churchull name Ray Roberts leave Mrs Austun un peace We Aluce Marue Morton and Euleen Rohwedder leave the boys at the roller runk to those who luke adventure on wheels Rex Paschall leave my can of axle grease to Sluck Crouse Glenda Hughes leave my calmness and easy goung ways to Roguna Blackwood Sandra Hamruck leave my abuluty as presudent of so many thungs to Gaul Houston Larry Buxton leave poundung the poor bass drum Nancy Roberts leave my crazy laugh to anyone wuth ears strong enough to stand ut Leslue Caraway leave sungung my cattle song as I rude off unto the sunset Roszanne Farrus leave to go huntung but not for squurrels Lunda Toon leave wuth uust one thought John Oh John' Alan Lovett leave thankfully' Sammye Wulkerson leave for the college as fast as I can go 70 ' I - - . . . l ' I l . I . . 2 To I . . . V To . ' , To . . . . To I . . , , ' ' I . l .. . - I , I 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' I I I1 I . 1 u, , ' - ' ' ' . If I . . . . . H I, , ' ' I, Kattie Marie Arnold, leave my quietness to those who are always so loud. ll I . . - - . . . A lf 1 I I l ' I, , . I, ' , . ll ' I . . .I I . . -1 ' ' I, , . ' ' . I I II I ll ' .ll lf 1 - I I ' I, I , ' - I, , I Il . I . - . t Il . I . . I - I U I, , . l, ' , . We Linda Outland and Nancy Turner leave to follow Sammye to the college We Cynthra Jetton and Melrssa Sexton leave our flrrty ways to the Sophomore gurls I Jerry Don Neale leave but I ll be wartrng for Carol Edna Ruth Futrell leave my always Intelligent questlons and answers to anyone wrth my sense of humor I Tommy Carraway leave my abrlrty to lose frrends and alrenate people to next year s most popular boy Jeanette McNutt leave to pursue the better thrngs of lrfe namely Bobby Carla Hrnch leave a collection of my best poems to those who can fund a use for them Jerry Rose leave my cassanova ways to Jrmmy although he doesnt need many more lessons We Marrlyn Morgan and Mattre Bea Sowell leave quietly as always Pattr McNeely leave my fllrtatrous ways to Joe Ed McClarn hes tryrng hard' Kenny Farrell have no rntentron of leavrng anythrng behrnd The mere memory of me wlll warm the hearts of my friends long after I am gone Bonnie Futrell leave my abrllty to charm Mr Holland to hrs future students Don Wells leave enough has been sand Martha Jones leave my slowness and blank looks to Katre Barley who really doesn t need them Betty Hart leave strutting down the football field wavrng my flag behrnd me Robert Vaughn leave thus word behrnd If you don t want to be a brarn No need to put yourself In strain Just relax and be rn good cheer Well see you all again next year Bull Young leave my debatrng abrlrty to anyone who thrnks they can equal It Johnny Pocock leave wrth the satrsfactron of a rob well done I Drckre George leave my mark on every room and the teachers thoroughly confused We Jeanne Talent and Leta Adams leave never to return I Sherry Mayfreld leave wrth Edward I Bull Davis Jr leave my prcture of Jane Mansfield to the chemistry class for the study of atomrc structure Glen Hull leave the past to goin the future Dan Boaz leave my good looks to Squad Parker Ronnre Chrlstopher leave my hot green Chevrolet to Mary Frank Holcomb to add to her collection We Lochle Belle Overbey and Mary Florence Churchrll the testators leave with the hope that thrs Wlll wrll please everyone concerned I I . I . . 1 ' . 1, I 1 i . Il I . . . I l .. . . I lr , ' ' , - II . I . . l, , ' , ' I . . I . U I, . I . . . F , . , I, I . . . . . . ll . I .. u . 1 l, , - ' . ll I ' I I , I, Ted Sykes, leave, to continue my woman-hunt. If r 1 l l I l l ' l, , ' ' z ll I ' I , f , . ,, Il . l . .. . . II I . . . . l I I 1 1 '- ' I I ' l, ' , . ' ' . ll 1 ll ' ll . l, ' ' , 1 . . I I 1 As I spent my last hour In the chemnstry lab I frlled a test tube with all sorts of gab Suddenly an explosuon fllled the room wlth smoke And out of a cloud old Hecate spoke The prophecy of the Sensors of 59 As told by the old wltch sounded sublrme Don Wells bless has soul Stull eats chill from a half a bowl Rex Paschall whom they call Ax ls now kung of the hot rod tracks Chuck George who always was qulte a speculator Now hatches eggs wlthout an Incubator Betty Hart now a science teacher Lnves In Mayfleld married to a preacher Dr Lochle Belle Overbey IS a famous name Her progressing research has brought her fame Chosen as a fashion editor for Seventeen Sandra Hamrtck has fulfllled her dream Jerry Don Neale better known as Mouse ls now a colonel In the Army whlle has wlfe keeps house Bull Young well known In hugh school as a debater Now makes a luvmg as a state legnslator Although Larry Buxton IS our nation s top braun He IS stall known as Frosty Frank by name To keep us healthy wealthy and wrse Dr Roszanne Farris has her own enterprise Enleen Rohwedder gave up the theater Just to become a professlonal roller skater Cynthia Jetton not a splnster Recently married a Baptist mlntster A famous celebrity IS our Dan Boaz He stars an two televlslon shows Although Kenny Farrell always dtd have plenty of halr We fund hum now wlth a head quite bare A popular young physlcnan IS Jerry Rose He specializes ln eye ear and nose Kattle Marne Arnold has done very fine As a nurse who helps her fellow mankind You II fund It all from classics to bop At Leta Lou Adam s record shop Annetta Churchlll ns a professional artlst At her cartoons we laugh the hardest Stephen Sanders an englneer Spends has vacatnons huntlng deer Johnny Pocock a teacher of Hlstory Is to Mr Holland a complex mystery Buddy Farris whom the gurls all adore ls the owner of the worlds largest loose leaf floor Marllee Easter whom the boys all adore Spends her time sweeping Farris Loose Leaf Floor Allce Marne Morton IS really terrlflc As the leadlng lady In South Pacuflc Wlth Murray growung as never before Lunda Outland successfully runs a cookle store Bug Ed Roberts whose voice has changed of late Now snngs barltone throughout the state Well I guess Amenca won the race Cause there goes Tommy Carraway orbutlng nn space Frank Whute the father of three Owns a theater un Pans Tennessee Edna Ruth Futrell owns a restaurant near Kentucky Lake Her number one dish IS a T Bone steak Marllyn Morgan as a dancer has gone far Now she rs a TV star Jeanne Mae Talent a stupendous cook Wrote a best selllng recipe book 1 ' 1 . , . 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I . 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' . . 1 , 1 , - . 1 - 1 , 1 . . . . . . . ,, . . ,, , . , . ,, . ,, . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I f . 1 1 ' ' Sherry Mayfield IS a mnsslonary across the sea She deducated her llfe to those less fortunate than we At her A l beauty salon on the square Nancy Turner will style your haur Bnlluant Bull Davns Gee Whiz' He won S64 OOO on a TV qurz Well Leonard Ball has moved back to Murray Yes the same old Leonard never In a hurry Deanna Story wnth her Baby Grand ls presentlng concerts throughout the land Lnnda Toon leads a busy life As lab technncran and an efficient housewlfe At the Bank of Murray we fund Pat Beale We go to her when we need a good deal Now the coach at Murray Hugh Joe Bob Brewer IS qunte a guy Meltssa Sexton dressed In a gown of whlte Sungs at the French Quarters every nnght For everythlng from cosmetics to mops See Leslle Caraway a salesman whos tops Sun heated homes are the latest tn style Ray and Kay Roberts wall sell one on trzal Rebecca Ann Dublsn her dads pnvate secretary Keeps all hns customers smllung and merry Mary Florence Churchill ended her career as a Wac After she married a boy named Jack As a prnze wlnnlng author and Engllsh teacher Bonnie Futrells lnfe ns a double feature A secretary to the governor of Kentucky Carla Hlnch IS really lucky Jerry Henry now flnes a bllmp We all knew he was a llttle :mp Glenn Hull IS now a famous preacher Hes well known by almost every creature Glenda Hughes whose diamond answered her wishes Now funds herself washlng dlshes Martha Jones ns wrdely known As the deslgner of Murray s lovellest home Pattn McNeely accomplnshed her ambltlon She s now an attorney In Detront Mlchugan Burna Schroader ns the mother of three Bethla and Kathy and a luttle son named Lee Engaged IH the flelds of wrutlng and photography Nancy Roberts published a mod ern Geography As a skung champion of 1969 Jeanette McNutt did very flne Allan Lovett ns a successful ranch hand He uses the Bar L for hns cattle brand Ronme Chrlstopher mlxes medlclne eight hours a day And takes home weekly a well earned pay Ted Sykes a chemical engmeer Llves nn Alaska an preference to here Robert Vaughn vs happy as can be He s now coach at Tennessee If Hecates prophecy does come true Some wnll be happy some wrll be blue Some are awful some are fnne So good luck to the Class of 59 PROPHETS Rebecca Ann Dublln Bull Young 1 - I D , . , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , . , . , . 1 1 ' . . . , 1 1 - - I . . , . . .. 1 1 1 ' 1 , . , . . . , , - . 1 1 . . . , . , . 1 1 ' I - , . I . 1 1 1 ' - 1 , . , . . 1 1 ' . 1 1 1 ' I 0 N..f Sand BeNY Han ra Hafhri Ck Mary Florence Churchill Jerry Rose Rebecca Doublln .J f Ellee Marhee E396 fv Rohwedder CR' Cynthia Jetion Ted Sykes Martha Jones 0601 Goodbye Dear Murray l-lrgh' There s noThrng leTT for us To do buT now To say goodbye And we know ThaT we wall mass you Murray Hugh For you ve been our gurde and helper rn The years ThaT we ve been here And :Ts hard To leave behrnd us everyThrng ThaT weve held dear We hope ThaT rn a measure we have added To your Tame And ThaT Those who Tollow aTTer wall be worThy of your name Our aThleTes on Treld and Tloor have done Therr besT for you The arTrsTs acTors wrrTers slngers all added Their share Too RrghT here :T seems mosT TrTTrng ThaT we should consecraTe A space To our long suffenng Teachers To show ThaT we appreclaTe All The Trouble They have Taken To see us safely Through And Though aT Times our case seemed hopeless for your paTrence we Thank you So leT us Take one lasT farewell of The old Tamllrar place For never more as sfudenfs :Ts hallways we shall grace The day rs here and we musT go buT wherever we may be In years To come youll sTrll remann a lasTlng memory 1 . , . I , . , . . I I . I - - I I I I I I I ' I I I I I - - . I . 1 1 1 45" JU P'-isfdem, MAC FFTTS VfCC'PfE?S'LlyOVWf, STEVE FOUST Secretary, JUDY WARD Trl-asurer, VERNON STUBBLEHELD ,Sli , 'L'LiM'E, Joyce Conner Hew Cooper Jane Cross Billy D. Crouse Norma Edwards Mary L. Erwin Doralyn Farmer Marion Ferguson Mac Fitts Steve Foust Donna R. Grogan Mary F. Holcomb 11 5 X 'C' I Shirley Andrus Pal Allison Katie Bailey Frankie Bean Rogina Blackwood Ben Brumley Donna K. Bucy O'Neal Burgess Anne Charlton Janice Cherry Pat Cole Clara M. Collie .W ' 1 ,f Nez.. Q ,,. 4 P 2 i .1 Sllllllllllllll ll i Martha Lamb Betty C. Lassiter Donald Lockhart Pam Mahan Hugh Massey Joe Edd McClain Lois McClure Sandra McClure Jimmy McKeel David Miller Jerry Nelson Gayle Nesbitt J W' ' Joe Hamrick Gail Houston Gary Houston Jane Hubbs Anita Hutchens Nellie Jo Jackson Michael Jones Peggy Kipp Mickey Kondratko Billy Kopperud Larry Knight Judy La Fever -J 'J i Donald Roach Rosalee Roberts Ronnie Shelton Tommy Shirley John Sowell Vernon Stubblefield David Sykes Millie Van Meter Judy Ward Sheila Washburn Ginny Weatherly Nettie Weatherly a it fra. rw!! ,li 5' :I was lay: its r -i 7-, Sf 'Q j . Q K ff l' , :gi is it Billy R. Nix Leon Orr Carole Outland Pat Outland Rebecca Outland Sharon Outland Kenneth Parker Stanley Parker Annette Parks Sandra Parks Dale Paschall Frank Rickman 3 Wg pf 'QE Q. .111 " i x 5 l -,IQ ' ik 'Own Jimmy Wells Edwin Wheatly Gerry White Rita White Carmen Winning Danny Workman Fredda Workman Barthela Wrather I I , 1 I 'Q P. 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Joiner Cody Jones Pam Jones Danny Lampkins Lynnette Lassiter Robert Lee Jerry Love Linda Marine Li ' K - X Gary Smith Buddy Spann Joyce Spann Shirley Stalls Sally Sprunger Danny Steele Joe Edd Thompson Julia Turnbow If., 1 1 f ." , l fi !."" if ' 1 Mary Anna Wallace Ronnie Watson John Weatherley Peggy Williams 'Q' A 5 , CL Ju CL, rf ,bffk f- R 'Cp 'l 'if Linda Paschall Donny Pride Carol Quertermous Charles Richardson ,xi . 'J-f'!' 1 , Faye Robertson Kaye Robertson Jackie Rose Jimmy Rose U . 4 , , lx X fl!! ft J X X f 4 W, Joey Rowlleiltd David Russell Nicky Ryan Brenda Smith i 1 i 'J QS? .W .uf V QXWPV , .- sf . ,i..:::.V.'.'r:. .ax ..s X ,...,,x7Q..-, 3: "" I-ul'Q .. 'a' Q .I Donna Wilson Anne Wrafher Hoyt Wyatt Tommy Young ig? Q- Sw: f in . F if I f muwn-ww.-.af Ernestine Cole Margaret R. Crider Kenneth Cunningham Wanda Duncan . 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Boggess, SEC- OND ROW: J. Brandon, F. Bucy, F. Burton, S. Churchill, T. Clark, D. Cohoon, M. Cohoon, THIRD ROW: D Danner, R. Danner, J. Duncan, D. Edwards, R. Edwards, D. Elkins, J. Erwin, FOURTH ROW: N. Fair, S. Farley F. Fins, E. Grogan, N. Hale, D. Hendon, D. Horton, FIFTH ROW: R. Howe, H:-Hughes, J. Jeffrey, J. Kimbro J, Lamb, A. Lassiter, D. Lowery, T. Lyons. iv ., ll L N il ' 1' X l lx X x QAM R my IN 'O' 'CS' QB: 1' 41 1 Q 4 M ' i . 22 'ul l 0 ,A f Q l 4. ,s' I J Qif N S X. S . -J 'S Q Rx 'Z' ' I ' . 'I.?:"I .x 5 FIRST ROW, left to right: B. McDougal, J. McKeel, C. Miller, M. Mims, J. Mott, J. Olila, S. Outland, SECOND ROW: L. Parker, J. Paschall, J. Pasco, J. Paschall, E. Perry, P. Purdom, D. Rogers, THIRD ROW: D. Seaford, P. Sears, P. Seaford, G. Shaw, J. Shaw, N. Smith, P. Spann, FOURTH ROW: B. Stalls, J. Thompson, R. Thomp- son, P. Thurmond, B. Tierney, S. Titsworth, L. Vance, FIFTH ROW: C. Wallace, J. Watson, T. Wells, C. White, S. Williams, S. Willoughby, J. Witherspoon, SIXTH ROW: R. Wyatt. X K x qw Q 1- Io ' :I Ill I x ul: . 'psf . Av -W v X' I al ,grae '3 ,X 1 Q X A .Q Q Ivy' ,J I 1 .lakh tm- .1 N X r S-fl W... 1 I RL .. xx I bd f v. Ai. .fha-. Ji FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Andrus, C. Banks, B. Barrow, D. Bell, M. Belote, B. Blalock, R. Boggess, SEC- OND ROW: J. Brandon, D. Brumley, M. Bryan, M. Burpoe, P. Butterworth, S. Chadwick, J. Cooper, THIRD ROW: D. Conner, S. Costello, C. Davenport, G. Davenport, L. Dibble, P. Dill, D. Easter, FOURTH ROW: J. Ellis, D. Faughn, C. Ferguson, L. Fletcher, J. Fulton, J. Futrell, H. Garner, FIFTH ROW: L. Gass, J. George, D. Glover, L. Gordon, D. Greenfield, J. Guthrie, B. Harvey. .4 LA . ' , . an K. Q .1 11. al nl I PX NX I i v .41 -444 . 3 A I ,. ., ... .5 ,, z--Q If? i LLL 5934? I 'Q ,Q F' ' FIRST ROW, left to right: N. Herndon, B. Hodge, B. Hogancamp, S. Housden, J. Hughes, G. Humphrey, R. Jackson, SECOND ROW: S. Jewell, J. Johnson, G. Jones, R. Jones, B. KiIgore,'K. Kingins, K. Kyle, THIRD ROW: J. LaFerfy, B. Lassiter, J. Laiimer, P. Lax, J. Lowery, S. Lowery, F. McClure, FOURTH ROW: S. McCoy, C. McEIwain, E. Morgan, D. Morgan, D. Murphy, M. Myers, B. Nall, FIFTH ROW: C. Nanny, D. Nix, E. Ou?- Iand, G. Overby, J. Oufland, P, Pasco, S. Payne. A 1 ,, 4 -r Q . 'Q IES 1- i '51, 59 if .M , JF , 5 . A 101. Tig x "" -n 'Al' a 1 . .ef ,g -,'. fp if it 4 ' ' 15:9 'Ll' ,fs tr.. , 4 4 5 ,I y E r A T? . A K tx ' ,M FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Poole, S. Polly, K. Ray, J. Roberts, M. Roberts, B. Robertson, B. Robertson SECOND ROW: G. Robertson, S. Robertson, B. Rogers, J. Rose, A. Russell, L. Ryan, J. Ryan, THIRD ROW A. Sanders, T. Sanders, B. Sanderson, D. Searfos, S. Sexton, G. Shelton, B. Solomon, FOURTH ROW: E, Stone S. Sparks, C. Spegle, B. Spronger, N. Stalls, L. Stubbletield, N. Terhune, FIFTH ROW: S. Thacker, J. Thorn tcn, S. Tripp, D. Tucker, A. Valentine, D. Vaughen, K. Wallace SIXTH ROW: H. Weatherly, S. Wilkerson J. Wtllrarnsl B. Wilson, P. Wllson, K. 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Q --4 5 1 W 57 .-.- llhsl-Wada 77504: Papuan 7anunq 7746 gale X , bf Rf 1 N5 f W. ' s I A F 4 x s. 1 M Z I I 0 Sena- ?w4Zc4Z4 4-nf -f SANDRA HAMRICK BETTY HART Q A 1 .--J- , .KI MELISSA SEXTON MARILEE EASTER K 1 PAT BEALE Attendant 7d0f!4a Zueen 'U MARY LEQLIE ERWIN MELISSA QEXTON Football Queen Attendant W7 nt-- ws. 9.2 Float Winner - lst Prize sg. Ll. Float Wnnner 3rd Prxze ,w,..-X,,g Football Queen and Attendants 5. i ,gjjx K 41+ Qu pwm Zaeea ?aZ genie yaam-Swan Zmgaez 7?5X 14 KN-- Nam I auxin x 'I A 'A e X 1 fl? 5 Z0 W ., 2.31, +R N.. WW 7752 VME sw' fr Ilq a 006 affwwfw FIRST ROW, left to right: N. Roberts, Vice-President, S, Hamrick, President, B. Hart, Secretary-Treasurer, SECOND ROW: P. Shirley, Librarian, S. Sprunger, J. Hargis, M. Churchill, first chairs, N. Pugh, Librarian, A. Lovett, Quarter Master, THIRD ROW: R. Watson, first chair, J. Overbey, Drum Maior, S. Parker, R. McKeel, J. Wilson, first chairs. . , Ot fbi- ftdvt N. mm UMW 54925 to Y' Lamb, M. Erwin, C' Left to right: P. Kipp B Hart D Grogan Wallace M Banks B. Lassiter, P. Mahan. - mum X 518 fag jan' 4? fiMe-n Z, Q1 , V FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Bailey, M Overbey M Ferguson C Jetton J Spann A Parks S Hughes A. Sykes, E. Overcast, SECOND ROW D Story Accompannst L Overbey M Cnder E Cam L Coll N. McCuiston, A. Wrather, L. Parker L Caldwell T Sprunger D Larson THIRD ROW L Marlne S Lllly, D. Kimbro, E. Williams, D. Pasc a B Sml J Harrung on Dunn s I D. Story, Accompanist, P. Beale, L. Overbey, N. Roberts, R, Dublin, S. Hamrlck, M. Sexton, C. Jetton, M. Churchill, C Hughes, E. Rohwedder, 'K W '12 , - , .e g , f K..-if f -fi f? fi? Q, FIRST ROW: C, Davenport, B. Blalock, C. Speegle, A. Lassiter, J. Gogard, D. Rogers, L. Bell, G. Humphreys, C. McElwain, D. Easter, S. Costello, SECOND ROW: D. Herndon, J. McKeel, S. Robinson, S. Sparks, G. Davenport, J. Thornton, J. S1ey'rler, P. Wilson, P. Thurmond, S. Churchill, THIRD ROW: G. Shelton, N. Herndon, P. Sears, F. Bucy, S. Willoughby, Z. Kimbro, N. Fair, J. Thompson, J. Adams, P. Lax, S. Williams. D. Story, Accompanist, FIRST ROW M. Overbey, M. Ferguson, N. Mc Cuision, J. Spann, B. Smi1h, A Sykes, A. Parks, E Overcast, SEC OND ROW: L. Collie, S. Lilly, D. Kim bro, A. Wrafher, A. Dunn, L. Cald well. H' -Q. i sfei gs, Business Manager and Assistant 1 5 'W xl I A F2 JOHNNY POCOCK Editor-in-Chief SANDRA HAMRICK-MARTHA JONES Advertising Managers PAT BEALEfBUDDY FARRIS Senior and Faculty Editors JEANETTE MCNUTT-REX PASCHALL Spofts Editor and Assistant TED SYKES-RONNIE CHRISTOPHER Class Editor and Assistant BETTY HART-BONNIE FUTRELL Feature Editor and Assistant EILEEN ROHWEDDER-LINDA TOON llllll 13,3 y i N I I I , ,lgazefw FIRST ROW, left to right: T. Sykes, Editor, R. Farris, Business Manager, SECOND ROW: L. Overbey Feature Editor, B. Young, Sports Editor, M. Easter, Secretary, E. Rohwedder, Head Typist, B. Hart Copy Editor. gc 99 H014 x .9 Q 'L 2 rv ISZI I 4 Q if S S JIS' yo A SSM- , 4 ,Lf 59351955 'Z FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Hart, L. Overbey, M. Easter, SECOND ROW: B. Young, R. Farris, T. Sykes I Y ff sa . 3 Aw'- FIRST ROW, left to right: N. Ryan, M. Sowell, S. Outland, S. Stalls, J. Allbritten, D. Larson, W. Duncan, E. Overcast, C. Frizzell, S. Lilly, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hart, Sponsor, S. Williams, B. Futrell, G. Hughes, J. Olila, J. Harrington, E. Cole, M. Crider, N. Ryan, B. Wrather, R. Dublin, M. Bryant, J. Hudson, J. Kerlick. O 4. -za We Z We M. Sexton, Vice-President, B, Hart, Chaplaing S. Hamrick, President, F. Rickman, Chaplain, B. Kopperud, Secretary-Treasurer, T, Sykes, Vice M, Easter, Secretary, E. Rolriwedder, Treasurer. President, D, Boaz, Ffresident. u- 7-2- EIRST ROW: E, Rolnwedder, Treasurer, 'IN Easter, Secretary, M. Sexton, Vice-President, S. Harnrick, President, C. Jetton, Program Cnairinan, L. Oyerbey, Song Leader, B. Hart, Chaplain, SECOND ROW: Mrs. Russell, Sponsor, P. Beale, A. Mcrton S. Parks, D, Grogan, P, Kipo, J. Ward, F, Workman, S. Andrus, J. Hubbs, Mrs. Austin, Sponsor, THIRD ROW: R. Faris, R. Blackwood, B. Wrather, D, Farmer, A. Parks, J. LaFever, L. Toon, J, McNut', G. HJQL-es, FCURTH ROW: K. Bailey, M, Holcomb, M. Ferguson, S. Wilkerson, G. Nesbitt, F. Beane, R. Wnfte, M. Varkleter, J. Cherry, M. Jones D. Story, B. Fufrell, FIFTH ROW: B. Lasster, C. Outland, M. Erwin, S. McClure, R. Outland, R, Dublfn, L. Outland, N. Turner, G. Houston, C. Winning, M. Laztnb, N. Clturclfll, N, Roberts, P. Mahan. 76 Qa- FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Kopperud, Secretary-Treasurer, D. Boaz, President: W, B. Moser, Sponsor: T, Sykes, Vice-President: F. Rickman, Chaplain, SECOND ROW: J. Weatherly, J. Neale, D. George, J. McKeeI, B, Nix, R. McKeel, D. Pride, R. Vaughn, J, Bryant, THIRD ROW: G. Houston, V. Stubblefield, W. Herndon, B. Farris, T. Carraway, B. Brumley, R. Christopher, K, Farrell, FOURTH ROW: B. Davis, D. Sykes, J. Brewer, J. Henry, J. Rose, S. Sanders, R. Paschall, L. Caraway. 7.71.1-i, .4 ,wiae H!U.g,eMiifp5, LL?:IE.i.LIf.5. FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Collie, S. Fair, Treasurer: M. Joiner, Reporter, J. Hargis, S. Sprunger, President M. Billington, Vice-President: D. Farrell, J. Spann, E. Cain, Secretary, C. Quertermous, SECOND ROW: B Smith, L. Harris, J. Allbritten, S, McKeel, P, Williams, S. Outland, S. Hughes, E. Williams, Mrs. Gass Sponsor, THIRD ROW: M. Ellis, K. Robertson, D. Kimbro, E. Overcast, M, Bennett, A. Sykes, T. Sprunger L. Parker, J. Turnbow, N. Ryan, FOURTH ROW: G. Burpoe, S. Stalls, M. Crider, E, Cole, L. Hinch, P Outland, P. Outland, C. Billington. f 4 Left to rlght Franklm Rickman VIcePresndent MaryL Erwnn Secretary Jerry Rose President Betty Hart Treasurer mini' AT DESK: Jerry Rose, FIRST ROW, left t right: Mary L. Erwin, Betty Hart, Donna Grogan, SECOND ROW: Steve Titsworth, Richard Workman, Sheryl Wllllarns, Marilee Easter, THIRD ROW: Bill Young Leah Caldwell, Betsy Blalock, Sally Sponge, FOURTH ROVIE Johnny Rose, Frank Rlckman, Gal Houston FIFTH ROW: Rex Paschall, Jimmy Mclieel, STANDING: Mr. Jetf'ey and Mrs. Rowlett Sponsors, 5 Z cz dl e an z 6 a cc on c 5 Z Q . v I . .X- ,X X x L NX X. AQ I 11 1 . t ww up A , . A : 1 U 'f , z !. 4 -J 4- n '12 an 4'- i ' V 1 Q91 H J 1 If if 3 f f Q . R , .gai V A-,gs 7uze film' Zacfdwg '4'g lu. ii? K. Q ? , l 'L TV 1' M if If ' . 5? kc K 1 . H ,f 1 ' ' A Q cv 0 4 v i QQ .15 P X 1' 'W A ' 2' ii-.4- 'ft K , s X K . A K xx 'N' W" 'Ci pb R 9' 4 X A , 1 ' I M1 , WM, f F .af 46553 s'x yi- I 'ZS-ffl -z l gs. K NAU H L 'E .B .-gg., U Ubyby ,. ..,.-. . 41 ,., 4 W, 1 1. JSM- F 0 1 4 - YL' li Q lw1f W' 'tb x- 1 . ,, , A . 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GIFT SHOP CRASS B FURNITURE COMPANY 1' CIONCOIZDEHICEHWAY S H1 3 d S+ + MURRAY KENTUCKY Wal. re n ency Murray, Kenfucky "Where Friends Me 1' an EBT" ll ' ll Superior Ambulance Service ui e i x en , . . S . China, Gif+s, oa'I's, Moiors rc er ui men OU I' ree CompIimen+s of CompIimen+s of SHROATS MEAT MARKET A. B. BEALE AND SON FI'I'I'S BLOCK AND READY MIX COMPANY Compliments of TRIANGLE INN T9 OUTLAND BAKERY THE RAVEN BOOK SHOP S II: F B In I E y A+ S ppl Eas+ Main SI'ree+ "The I er HangouI" CompIimenI's of 202 ou ourI'I1 oo s or ver one r u ies JOHNSON S GROCERY PARKER MOTORS s CALLOWAY COUNTY LUMBER CO DALE AND STUBBLEFIELD THE REXALL DRUG K d k VENELA S 9 BEAUTY SHOP C pl 'r ll MURRAY PAINT AND WARD WALLPAPER CO AUTO SUPPLY I "Fine Food for Fine Folks" 5.2 O. I2+h Your Friendly Ford Dealer Complimenfs of Compllmenls of The New Building Ma+erial Company Complimen+s of Sodas o a s I Greefin Cards om imen s o Complimen+s of GIBSON FROZEN FOOD LOCKER LUCAS SHOE SHOP J T HALE MOTOR SALES c an d MURRAY MARBLE WORKS THURMAN FURNITURE B dy 900 Sy y FRAME AND WHEEL BEAR FRAME ALIGNMENT EQUIPMENT WESTERN KENTUCKY STAGES WSp 1' THE MURRAY PLAZA COURT Cgmplimenfg of COmpiim6I'I'i'S of a i ac and OI smobile IH Maple S+ree+ Sales and Service I Compnmems of BUCKS BODY SHOP Au+o o Repair camore-Murra , Ky. Complimenrs of e ecialize in Char er Service DAIRY QUEEN Wes'r Main S'rree+ MURRAY, KENTUCKY Your Fabric S+ore RYAN MILK COMPANY Sunburst AII Jersey Mllk THE MILK WITH ALL THE EXTRAS Comphments of HUGHES PAINT AND WALLPAPER CO EVERETTS 5 AND I0 BEN FRANKLIN STORE c + J A c: MURRAY HATCHERY CompIimen'Is of CompIimen+s of UI' Ones an O. CompIimen+s of Complimen+s of MURRAY5 HOME E s DIUGUID AND co AND AUTO STORE Your Friends In Murray re LANCASTER AND VEALE 'r 9 WARD AND ELKINS THE FARMERS CO OP C II y C Ty S I I p A KENTUCKY COLONEL MURRAY KENTUCKY I Furnifure A Murray's Newesi' and Mos Modern Men's Clofhin and Spor+ing Goods S+ore Your Frigidaire Dealer Murray, Ken ucky C0mPlimen+s of Complimenrs of aowa oun oi m . ssn. mpl me ts MURRAY LUMBER COMPANY INCORPORATED MURRAY KENTUCKY SOUTHSIDE DRIVE IN RESTAURANT S + O d PIZZA BARBECUE LINDSEY S JEWELERS I' KELLY PRODUCE Egg I S M KELLY O MURRAY KENTUCKY Co i n of Building MaI'eriaI Depof S+ree+ Specializing in Dinners- hor r ers PIE Compliments of 1 Murray - Mayfield, Ken ucky Dealers in Live and Dressed PouI+ry s and Coun ry Ham nel' ELLIS POPCORN COMPANY THE WORLD S FINEST cl Ch pl e ts ROBERTS REALTY PARKERS STANDARD OIL AGENT JOHN H P RKER FRAZEE MELUGIN AND HOLTON I su 0 ce Age cy ll' WI "Calloway Coun+y's Bes+" Paclzagers of Gee Gee Popcorn 2 I1 M K It Com im n of 1 For Your Fuel Oil and Pelroleum Needs . A ,Agenl R 'I cl A I I1 I' n I1 D M lc Difference Who ries Yo I C mpl me I I STARKS HARDWARE me + FURCH ES JEWELERS mpl e'r THE CHERRY S f D + I03 S +h 4+h S+ MURRAY KENTUCKY LOVE S CHILDREN SHOP We Mal B U RTON YOU NG b TExAco PRODUCTS I THE MURRAY INSURANCE AGENCY B MURRAY KENTUCKY PUMPS PIPE WATER WELLS Gas F aces Wa+e Heafers ELLIS PUMP 81 PIPE CO 304 M pI 5+ FAMILY SHOE STORE 5l M ray Ne esf d L rgei' SI1 e S+oe o I n s o Compli n s of I2I'h and Poplar S'I'ree+ Co im n s of ' ll I ll Gif+s o is incfion ou . , " 'or in Minors" Complimenfs of For All Your Insurance Needs Disfri u+or of P.O. ox 268 Murray, Ken ucIcy For Um OI' I' New Locaiion 0 Main SEE ur 's w , an a s o r a e reei THE VARIETY SHOP Shoes for Ihe En'Iire Family NATURALIZER AND LIFE STRIDE For Wo ROBLEE AND PEDWIN For Men gn Olive Blvd. BUSTER BROWN For Children men SHIRLEY FLORIST WALLIS DRUG 500 NorI'I1 4'I'I1 SI' MURRAY KENTUCKY FARRIS POPCORN COMPANY SAM CALHOUN Plumbing 'I' EIecI'rlc SALES AND SERVICE 205 Nor'I'I1 4I'I1 S+ MURRAY KENTUCKY Dealers In Yellow Hybrud Popcorn 207 2II Eas+ Maple S+reeI' MURRAY 'I' KENTUCKY WHITEWAY JAMES LASSITER SERVICE STATION IZII1 and Chesfnuf SI' MURRAY KENTUCKY MURRAY KENTUCKY AII Types Body and Mofor Repair OP , d by J D A NEWMAN GROG I4I2 Wes+ Mann S+ AN "One SI'op Service" CLAUDE L MILLER MURRAY Esl' 'r OFFICE OVER REXALL DRUG + SUPPLY COMPANY CLAUDE L MILLER W R BII H L Compliments of PASCHALL TRUCK LINE LOCAL OR LONG DISTANCE MURRAY AUTO PARTS 60 Mpl y Y NAPA Jobb . Complimenfs of ""'P""'e"'S O THE LEDGER 8. TIMES a owa oun 's ai ews a er TH E Job Prin In u is ers VARSITY GRILL MURRAY KENTUCKY Complimen+s of Real a e and Insurance Murray, Ken uclzy i . . . " l " AL Murray, Kenfuclcy Cecil ancl L. W. Paschall 5 a e Sl. Murra , Ky. OUT . . . . ers C f C II y C ly D ly N p p - I' g P bl h WEST KENTUCKY C0"'P'Ime"+S of JUDY'S ELECTRIC COMPANY BEAUTY SHOP PEOPLES BANK Bank of Service and Security MEMBER OF FDIC Compllments of CORN AUSTIN CO M KENTUCKY LAKE THURMAN S PR D OIL COMPANY O UCE J bb SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS MURRAY KY M y K 'I' Icy Murray, Kenfucky "Where en Trade" I Sweei' Sue Brand O ers Produds Dressed PouII'ry Ufra , en UC I . 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Exclusive Am ulance Service Young Men's CIo+I1ing Sfore 24 our Service CompIimen+s of CompIimen+s Oi Home wne I CompIimen+s of I ere oes re ea er e ozen THE HUT eg + MURRAY JEWELRY CHUCKS MUSIC CENTER SUPERIOR LAUNDRY AND Rec cl Playe s o ple+e M STEELE ALLBRITTEN mb g d c Compl me + A C KOERTN ER csuul OIL PRODUCTS MORGANS GROCERY cl Hgh y O CARLTON MORGAN THE STYLE SHOP F MURRAY KENTUCKY Complimen+s of Murray S+a're's Favori+e Coll ia e Hangoui' I Band Ins+rumen+s or r C m usic Service Insfrumeni' Repair - I n s of Dis+ribu+or Plu in an Ele +ric Complimen+s of Concor I wa "The ashion Shop for Women" wner, I PURDOM AND THURMAN 407 M pl KENGAS BOONE CLEANERS JONES SHOE SHOP CONNER IMPLEMENT CO TRACY S TABERS UPHOLSTERING SHOP IOI N BLANKENSHIPS AUTO PARTS Complimenfs of a e Complimen+s of Licensed YOUI' Sanifone Family Dealers Laundry Complimen+s of ' . "Murray's Fashion Shop" Complimen+s of or+ln 3rd S+ree+ D. 8. w. 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