Nancy High School - Guide Post Yearbook (Nancy, KY)
- Class of 1942
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NANCY HIGH SCHOOL
As Father time reaps the rapidly wan-
ing moments preceding our graduating
and departue from Nancy High School,
another Annual is ready for the press.
It is our sincere Wish that the GUIDE
POST in years to come will keep dis-
tinct in our minds the fond memory
of our years in Nancy High School.
With this in mind, we present the
GUIDE Pos'r 1942
In sincere appreciation and respect for the constant
aid, support and cooperation demonstrated annually
by them toward the graduation classes of Nancy
High School, we respectfully inscribe the 1942 GUIDE
Pos'r to MR. and MRS. HERBERT T. HIGGINS.
Daniel Boone Monument
In Louisville, Kentucky
Copyright Canfield Ku Shook Louisville, Ky.
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W. R. PERKINS OSCAR ARD EVERETT WALLACE
Vice-Chairman Member Member
Somerset, Ky. Norfleet, Ky. Quinton, Ky.
GEO. O. BULLOCK JAMES HAMILTON
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PULASKI COUNTY SCHOOLS
MR. HIGGINS MRS. HIGGINS
A. B. Kentucky A. B, Union
M. A. Kentucky .
MR. MOLEN MRS. HARRIS MR. HISLOPE
B. S. Western A. B. Western B. S. Western
Mr. Higgins insists on obedience, bold and brave,
And uses his paddle to make you behave.
Mrs. Higgins wants honor, honest, and earnest to abound.
And interest to make students the best all-around.
Mr. Molen insists on energy to perform and play,
And also effort to win every day.
Mrs. Harris wants rythm and songs to sound,
And also time to keep your mind around.
Mr. Hislope wants smiles to brighten the face,
And uses words to make Nancy a bright place.
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MR. BARLOW MRS. BARLOW
B. S. Western B. S. Western
MR. CARTER MRS. WARFIELD MR. WALTERS
A. B. Wesleyan A. B. Kentucky B. S. Kentucky
B. S. Ohio S. U.
Mr. Barlow wants actions the slow motion way,
Cause gracefullness and intelligence don't come in a day.
Mrs. Barlow with ease and grace,
Has made the home-economics a beautiful place.
Mr. Carter wants the old school of Breckenridge, and Morrow to inculcate,
And teach all his students to praise and orate.
Mrs. Warfield insists on refinment and superiority,
And commands attention and enjoys authority.
Mr. Walters insists on stability and quality to count,
And uses pigs and horses to balance the accounts.
Mrs. Cain wants courage and ability to shine,
And insists that obedience is a law divine.
1. Going Somewhere? fBarlowJ
2. A Couple of Sharp Flats. iCain and Warfield!
3. He Knows his Lines. lPhelpsJ
4. All Nuts are Not on Trees. iHiggins and Molenj
5. Nancy's Parade.
6. Let's go to Chapel! fHigginsj
7. Frozen Knowledge. fTaylorj
8. Too Many Girls. fHislope and Ethetnal
9. You Can't Miss It. fStephens and HarrisJ
. Where are You Going, Pretty Maid? lBarlowJ
. All Alone. fHarrisJ
In Hodgensville, Kentucky
Copyright Caufleld KL Shook, Louisville, Ky.
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EUSTIS WEDDLE, President
Ulfwork was the cause of death, then he
would live forever"
F. F. A. '39, '40, Pep Club '41, '42, Presi-
dent of Senior Class '42. A
EDNA MAE TAYLUR, Secretary
i'Nflfh'1:7Ig great was ever achieved without
Music Club '39, '40, '41, '42, Athletic Club
'39, '40, '41, '42, Mixed Chorus '41, '42,
Glee Club '41, '42, Mixed Quartet '41, '42,
Girls Sextette '41, '42, Vice-President of
Junior Class '41,
WILLARD MINTON, Vice-President
"The deed I intend is great but what as
yet Idorft know"
F. F. A. '39, '40, '41, '42, Stagecraft Club
'40, Pep Club '41, President of F. F. A.
'41, '42, Vice-President Senior Class '42,
Softball and Basketball '42.
PAULINE TARTER, Treasurer
"A girl who is lots of fun and always full
Pep Club '39, Athletic Club '40, '41, Home
Economics Club '42, Library Club '42,
Treasurer of Senior Class '42.
"One of our beauties with sweetness her out-
standing characteristic' '
Pep Club '39, '40, '41, 423 Vice-President of
Home Economics Club '42, Secretary of Jun-
ior Class '41,
"His gentle manners win the girls admira-
Stagecraft Club '37g F. F. A. Club '37, Stage-
craft Club '40, President of Library Club '42g
Music Club '40, '41, '42, Art Editor of Annual
"Silence is Golden"
Stagecraft Club '39, '40, Pep Club '41, '42g
Glee Club '39, '40, '41, '42, Mixed Chorus '39,
'40, '41, '42, Home Economics Club '42.
"He is neither too ambitious, nor ivwlined to
be lazy, but takes things as they come"
Science Club '39, '40, '41, '42g Pep Club '39,
'40, '41, '42.
"She has a heart as sound as a bell, and her
tongue is a clapper"
Pep Club '39, Athletic Club '40, '41, '42, Soft-
ball '40, '41, Glee Club '41, Mixed Chorus '41.
"Two years with the wrong woman 'is more
than "Sonny" can stand"
Athletic Club '36, '37, 40, '42, Library Club
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' 'A friendly heart with many friends"
Pep Club '39, Secretary of Athletic Club '40,
Athletic Club '41, '42, Secretary of Home Ec-
onomics Club '42,
"Rubberneck ' '
"A bnlmful of mischief wit, and glee as ever
a human being could be"
Athletic Club '39, Stagecraft Club '40, Pep
Club '41, '42, Mixed Quartette '41, '42, Mixed
Chorus '40, '41, 42, Male Quartette '42, Vice-
President of Freshmen Class '39, Editor-in-
Chief of Annual Staff '42.
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"-" CORDIA HARGIS
f ' Z A jolly girl with a sensible air about her
Shopville High School '39g Music Club '39g
Athletic Club '40g Secretary Sophomore Class
'40g Nancy High School News Reporter of
Junior Class '41g Athletic Club '42.
"You get out of life what you put into it"
Science Club '39g Stagecraft Club '40g Ath-
letic Club '41, '42g Basketball '39, '40, '41,
'42g Softball Team '39, '40, '41, '42g Mixed
"A splendid girl with all the trimmings"
Stagecraft Club '39g Science Club '40g Pep
"Quiet and assuming but always on the job"
Pep Club '39, '40, '41, '42.
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"Kisses are the only language of Love"
Pep Club '39, '40, '41, '42, Treasurer of Jun-
ior Class '41, Reporter of Senior Class '42,
"A shark at his books, on any subject"
Athletic Club '39, '40, '41, '42, Basketball '39,
'40, '41, '42, Softball '40, '41, '42, President
of Junior Class '41, Mixed Chorus '39.
"Very neat and devoted to her studies"
Pep Club '39, '40, '41, '42,
" I never care to talk as witty as I can"
Athletic Club '39, Science Club '40, Stage-
craft Club '41, Pep Club '42, Mixed Chorus
'39, Literary Editor of Annual Staff '42.
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"Good humor only teaches charm to last"
Stagecraft Club '39g Girls Reserve S. H. S.
'40g Secretary Pep Club '41, '42g Mixed Chorus
'39g Glee Club '39.
GA RVIS SIMPSON
"To say little and perform much shows a
character of a good mind"
Athletic Club '39g Stagecraft Club '40g Pep
Club '41g Athletic Club '42g Music Club '39,
"A never rufled disposition and a self pos-
Pep Club '39, '40, '41, '42g Home Economics
"He's always ready but never does anything"
F. F. A. '39, '40, '41, '42g Athletic Club '39g
Pep Club '40g Stagecraft Club '41g Library
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"Tis modesty that many people admire"
Stagecraft Club '39, Science Club '40, Pep
"Cheerful and dependable, enthusiastic and
kind, genial and good natured"
Stockton Valley Academy, Helena, Tenn.,
'39, Basketball '39, '40, '41 '42, Captain of
Basketball Team '42, Athletic Club '39, '40,
"Capable is her many duties and a friend to
Pep Club '39, '40, 413 Secretary of Pep Club
"She goes in for books and has an unexpected
sense of humor"
Pep Club '39, 40, '41, Secretary of Athletic
Club '42, Home Economics Club '42.
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"Capable ofher many duties and a. friend to
Stagecraft Club '39, Pep Club '40, '41g Ath-
letic Club '42.
"Death is the end of life, Oh! Why should
ltfe, all labor be?"
F. F. A. '39, '40g Athletic Club '40, '41, '42g
Book Club '42g Basketball '40, '41, '42, Soft-
ball '40, '41.
"She doesn't put things off she puts them
Stagecraft Club '39, '40, Vice-President of
Pep Club '41g President of Pep Club '42, Home
Economics Club '42g Class Reporter '40,
"U she ever had an evil thought she never
spoke an evil word"
Glee Club '39, S. H. S. Band '39g Glee Club
and Mixed Chorus '40, Music Club, Glee Club
and Mixed Chorus '41g Pep Club '42.
"Lilceable, but not reserved"
Music Club '39, '40, '41g Pep Club '40, '41.
"Slow and steady wins the race"
Athletic Club '39g Science Club '40, Pep Club
"Quiet and unassuming but always on the
Pep Club '39, '40, '41, '42,
IVA LEE FLYNN TAYLOR
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"Sincerety is a fine possession"
Pep Club '39, Mixed Chorus '39, Glee Club
'39g Athletic Club '40, '41, '42, Library Club
'42, Home Economics Club '42,
While "Old Man Time" continued on his listless way, we the class of '42
have passed from the green Freshman stage to a more lofty position of dig-
nified Seniors: repeating the history and tradition of the many classes before
us. History has proved if we are to progress the old order cannot stand.
So the old order changeth giving place to the new.
When we think of bidding good-bye to our class-mates and teachers, there
is at first thought a tinge of regret, but it is quickly replaced by the pleas-
ant anticipation of the beginning of a new era in our lives.
In 1939 a group of fifty-six eager boys and girls met at Nancy and became
organized as the Freshmen class. Throughout the first year we worked
rather faithfully and passed our subjects without any difficulty.
The second year we acquired the new name of Sophomores. We were
struggling onward and were proud of the fact that we were one year nearer
our goal-a high school diploma. Our rank had decreased considerably.
There were now forty-three members.
Our third year as high school students came quickly. More of our class-
mates had dropped from the roll, leaving our class only thirty-eight. The
J unior-Senior banquet was one of the outstanding events in our Junior year.
This school year found a class of thirty-seven assembled here again. We
were beginning to feel the responsibility of being the Senior class. We
realized more than ever that our high school days were drawing to a close.
Together we have striven hard to make this our most successful year. '
We hold a deep gratitude toward our principal and faculty. They were al-
ways ready to lend a helping hand when we needed help and advice. There-
fore, in behalf of the entire graduating class of 1942, may these words sa-
lute the future of the new organization. May a better Nancy continue to
contribute to the good of the world.
H -ARLEAN HUFF
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Four years ago in thirty-eight
We Seniors started to Nancy,
And during our time spent here
This school we learned to fancy.
And to this wonderful school
We've all tried to be true,
Now you class of Juniors
We set an example for you.
And for the seconds: the Sophmores
We feel you are as great,
As we Seniors of forty-two
We think that they are straight.
Oh! Now the Freshmen
Though they are very green,
Anywhere on the campus
There is one to be seen.
Now our beloved teachers
We love them best of all,
They sure have helped us
They've answered every call.
Now dear friends of Nancy
We hate to say goodbye,
Do all you can for our school
Dear ole NANCY HIGH.
' -- -PAUL GODBY
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You know Juanita Brock of N. H. S.,
Or you've heard of her by now I guess.
All day long on stage she toddles,
For her skin dresses she now models.
"Yeippi ki yi ya," is all she can sing,
And every day it's the same old thing.
Gertrude Burgin never takes a chance,
She's way out west on Circle B Ranch.
You can talk about Burkett if you want to,
He didn't make a failure.
He's doing what, I knew he could do,
Acting as "double" for Robert Taylor.
They're drafting women in the U. S. A.
Edna Mae Collins is on her way.
Sergeant Via is her over seer,
Now she calls him Sergeant instead of Dear.
It's Iva Lee Flynn Taylor now I see,
As still can this be prophecy.
We thought she lost that last beau,
Instead, she married long ago.
Gerald Dick is now a lonely heart-breaker,
He's left all his hopes to his maker.
But if Eternity finds him in the soot,
We hope he'll find his rabbit foot.
For Leonard Flynn that likable creature,
We prophesied president, but he turned to be
He saw some nice fryers in his neighbors yard,
So now he's fighting the Devil with no holds
He has tried everything, both good and bad,
Paul Godby's just like any other lad.
Two years ago he joined the Navy,
Now he eats what instead of gravy.
Time has flown since '42,
But there's nothing he could do.
For Haney doesn't run a blacksmith shop,
He's just a grouchy old motorcycle cop.
Cordia Hargis is now settled down,
In the good old state of Alabam.
She didn't go horseback or go through the air,
She just rode a "taxi" from here to there.
Now don't mind that Arlean Huff,
She'll go places on a bluff.
In the future l can see,
A contented old maid as can be.
We've always known that Johny Lane,
Would make a. success in the boxing ring.
Joe Lewis, Jr. was in a doze,
Then Johnny socked him in the nose.
He's now a farmer not a mechanic,
To see him milk is just a panic.
To know the secret won't do any harm,
That fellow is Laugherty on a Faubush farm.
Josephine Minton was our queen, our star,
We thought it couldn't happen, but she's right
Now she sits on the judges knee,
For she's his wifey, don't you see?
Roxie Minton is now a house-wife,
She never believed in playing dice.
But we'll be waiting to see,
What kind of grandmother she will be.
Now you can take that Willard Minton,
People thought he couldn't succeed.
But today he is hitting,
For the famous National League.
Onedia Muse now I praise,
She is gentle in all her ways.
As a member of Congress she gets her fill,
For now She's working on the Neutrality Bill.
Clara Muse as we all know,
Did want to be a cow girl so,
Now she lives on the "lone Prairie, "
Just Clara alone and her cow-boyee.
Irvine Muse they call him "Irene",
Some people think that he is green,
But I have an idea they'll change their mind,
When Irvine in the White House they will find.
Alexine Muse, that talking girl,
Always goes places in a whirl.
They think she goes to town to windowshop,
But she doesn't she Hirts with the cop.
The most popular music in the land,
Is heard from WHO in Nancy.
It's Mary Owen and her jug band,
"This" everyone seems to fancy.
She's blond, she's cute, this fair lass,
She was best all-around of the '42 class.
Virginia Pitman is her name,
I see her now in the Hall of Fame.
That friendly smile, that dark brown eye,
Of Beatrice now I prophesy.
If oft we wonder what she'll be,
Just ask Turpin and you'll see.
Velma Prather is now a hula dancer,
She used to be a great romancer,
And after Harold has recooperated,
It'll be Prather and Albertson inc.
Milford Ragle the boy of fame,
Will never, never stay the same.
For every time he goes for a ride,
All the fair ladies are by his side.
Garvis Simpson longs to fly,
To .be an aviator by-and-by.
But something's coming he doesn't expect,
He'll be an opera singer yet.
Do you remember Virginia Sowder,
There never was a Senior prouder.
She'll advise you if she can,
How to catch and keep your man.
There's Toots Todd, she's out on bond,
Reformed? Yes, like the Devil.
They just can't hold that strawberry blond,
She means to stay in Frog Level.
All four years at Nancy Hi,
Lucille Tucker said she wanted to fly.
Can she handle a plane? Why it's terrific,
But to-day is her first try across the Pacific.
It's Nancy Yanders now I see,
She's still as happy as can be.
Although she married long ago,
She has never been to Reno.
Now, everybody listen to me,
I'll let you know the secret.
Edna Taylor's on WLAP,
And oh! how she does sing it.
Now Jackie Turpins heart is set,
On marrying Bea, his little pet.
But if Bea should change her mind,
.Iack'll be a bachelor left behind.
Today she travels around the world,
Making straight hair into curls.
A beautician we always guessed her,
It's Pauline Tarter, Shirley Temple's hair
All done with all of Hitler's tricks,
He's dead and gone, poor soul.
Now things will be in a fix,
For Eustis Weddle's now in control.
Noble York has a Gary Cooper face,
And now he's taking his uncles place.
He's the best actor of his age,
Today he 's performing on the Broadway stage.
This is the day and time when every one is saying something to knock
someone else. Now listen carefully while I try to tell the inside facts about
these dignified Seniors and Faculty.
Mr. Higgins, you bragg entirely too much about your wife.
Mrs. Higgins, wake up, you're not in dreamland.
Mrs. Warfield, if you wouldn't always be calling for a speech or a book re-
port your students would like you better. r
Mr. Hislope, do you really think that you'll become a great man some day?
Mrs. Barlow, why don't you practice what you preach?
Mr. Barlow, that smile of yours is getting old, why don't you try changing
it for awhile?
Mr. Carter, why take the big head. you aren't the first man that was ever
elected for Representative.
Mr. Molen, you have tried to look like Clark Gable for a long time, but we
notice you are not married yet.
Mrs. Harris, if you are as crabby with your husband as you are with us I
Mr. Walters, why do you make your F. F. A. boys do all your work? I
didn't think a school teacher was supposed to be lazy.
Juanita Brock, you are so still we hardly know you are around.
Gertrude Burgin, you giggle too much, why don't you just laugh out loud.
Leonard Burkett, you will have to grow a lot before Uncle Sam will take you
into his family.
Edna Collins, why don't you change your subject? We are getting tired
of hearing your talk about George all the time.
Dora Decker, how do you expect to get anywhere if you blush every time
anyone speaks to you.
Gerald Dick, why don't you put a little life into your speech? You talk en-
tirely too slow. '
Iva Lee Flynn Taylor, why act so big, there have been Seniors before.
Leonard Flynn, you should eat more vitamin A to keep your knees from
shaking in English class.
Paul Godby, you needn't bragg so much, you're not the only artist in the
Lawrence Haney, we have been wondering if you will ever grow up to be a
Cordia Hargis, you shouldn't ride around in that taxi so much. Didn't you
know the driver was married?
Arlean Huff, if you are intending to be a nurse you had better get out of
your bashful stage.
John Lane, why don't you try eating more, maybe you can gain a little
Ray Laugherty, when you are mar1'ied, you'd better not make as many ex-
cuses to your wife as you do to your teachers.
Josephine Minton, you needn't think because you were chosen Christmas
Queen that you really are pretty.
Roxie Minton, why act so innocent, we all know you like the boys.
Willard Minton, did someone tell you that you were good looking or did you
just think it by yourself.
Onedia Muse, why do you talk to gain favor of Mr. Carter? Do you think
it will help your grades?
Clara Muse, what makes you act so crabby all the time? No one is going
to hurt you.
Irvin Muse, if you keep up the good work you may become a great glass-
cutter some day.
Alexine Muse, what's your hurry, take your time and talk a little slower.
Mary Owen, why did you quit school at Ferguson? Didn't you make good
Velma Prather, we notice you are making better grades this year. Is it be-
cause of Harold?
Beatrice Prather, if you would pay more attention to your teacher than to
Jack you would do better.
Virginia Pitman, you aren't the only girl who writes to a navy boy. Why
let it go to your head.
Milford Ragle, don't give up "Shiney" you may pull through yet.
Garvis Simpson, what is the matter with you? Are you just too lazy to
Pauline Tarter, aren't you ever going to learn to do your own work?
Edna Mae Taylor, you needn't think just because you were chosen the most
popular girl of the Senior class, that you really are.
Juanita Todd, aren't you ever going to grow up? You have been a child
Lucille Tucker, come down out of the air, you're not an aeroplane pilot yet.
Ralph Turpin, you are supposed to act dignified now. You know you are a
Eustis Weddle, you don't really think you are a philosopher do you?
Nancy Yanders Taylor, you tried for a long time but you finally made your
Noble York, just because your uncle was a great hero is no sign you will be
Freshmen, don't act so green. There isn't anything in that old saying.
Sophomores, why act so important? You are just one year ahead of the
Juniors, stay in your place, we Seniors are still here.
The 1942 Graduating Class of Nancy High School now are about ready to say
good-bye to our faculty and friends. We leave some of our most valued pos-
sessions. Bequeaths are as follows:
To the Faculty we leave our love and best wishes.
To the Juniors we leave our heart-felt sympathy.
To the Sophomores we leave our good behavior.
To the Freshmen we leave our knowledge.
Juanita Brock leaves her quietness to Doris Roy.
Gertrude Burgin leaves her happy disposition to Mildred Moore.
Leonard Burkett leaves his ability to study to Cloyd Emerson.
Edna Collins wills her chewing gum to Pauline Minton.
Dora Decker leaves her giggles to Luretha Daws.
Gerald Dick wills his southern drawl to Dual McClendon.
Iva Lee Flynn Taylor wills her cheerfulness to Olga Wood.
Leonard Flynn leaves his speech making ability to Barkley Colson.
Paul Godby leaves his place on the soft ball team to Ronald Roy.
Lawrence Haney wills part of his statue to Orville Rainwater.
Cordia Hargis wills her worrying characteristics to Ovaline Bland.
Arlean Huff bequeaths her friendship to Rena Burton.
John Lane leaves part of his excessive fat to John Dalton.
Ray Laugherty leaves his excuse making to Raymond Tarter.
Josephine Minton wills her blond curls to Jean Wilson.
Willard Minton leaves his gentle manners to Deward Campbell.
Alexine Muse leaves her serious-mindedness to Pauline Ragle.
Clara Muse wills her dislike for mathematics to Barbara Emerson.
Irvine Muse bequeaths his habit of cutting classes to Edwin Silvers.
Onedia Muse wills her ability to make friends to Sylvia Roberts
Mary Owen wills her School changing ability to Elfreda Richardson.
Virginia Pitman wills her ability to make good grades to Vinnie Dalton.
Beatrice Prather leaves her musical interests to Olga Burton.
Velma Prather leaves her good looks to Geneva Burton.
Shiney Ragle leaves his ability to appear innocent to Eugene Roy.
Garvis Simpson wills his quiet, easy speech to Winfred Cundiff.
Virginia Sowder leaves her cunning ways and winning smile to Sarah Holder.
Pauline Tarter leaves her love for "Shiney" to Juanita Tarter.
Edna Mae Taylor wills her popularity to Dulcie Muse.
Juanita fTootsJ Todd wills her love of True Story Magazines to Jewell
Lucille Tucker leaves her pleasant smile to Monte Burton.
Jack Turpin wills his straight hair to Herbert McPheron.
Eustis Weddle wills his ability to Philosophy in class to Leonard Harmon.
Lonzo Wilson leaves his unconscious strolling to Ray Yanders.
Nancy Yanders Taylor leaves her love for all boys except Orville to her un-
der class mates.
Noble York leaves his place on the basketball team to Eugene Burton.
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Mr. Higgins, your faithful service, patience and good judgment is highly
valued and appreciated by the Seniors of '42,
Mrs. Higgins, your teachings have been of great encouragement.
Mr. Carter, your being elected for Representative shows you are better for
something greater than teaching school.
Mr. Walters, you have greatly improved the Agricultural Department. How
could we get along without you?
Mr. Molen, as a result of your outstanding work as a teacher and sponsor
your memory will always be cherished by the whole school.
Mr. Hislope, for information, advise, or any great assistance we always
come to you.
Mr. Barlow, your smile and ability to help have made us glad to have you
Mrs. Barlow, your teachings in Home Economics will make many a happy
Mrs. Warfield, your efficient work in our library has never been surpassed.
Mrs. Harris, your ability to teach music has caused many a student to make
a success. -
Juanita Brock, a true, loyal, sincere heart-a genuine friend.
Gertrude Burgin, has a heart with room for every joy.
Leonard Burkett, never forward in anything but always there when needed.
Edna Collins, is true to her work, her words and her friends.
Dora Decker, it is the song you sing and the smile you wear, that makes the
Gerald Dick, of quiet lads there are few, we know the treasure hid in you.
Iva Lee Flynn Taylor, your school work has been a success, the world needs
more successful people.
Leonard Flynn, is a finished gentleman from top to toe.
Paul Godby, is lord of himself and exists upon his own resources.
Lawrence Haney, your calmness is the repose of conscious power.
Cordia Hargis, your face, like the sun of the morning, gladdens the earth
with its light.
Arlean Huff, a friend to everyone, and everyone's friend.
Johnie Lane, a man of strife and a man of contention.
Ray Laugherty, your smile, and general manners will make you popular
wherever you may go.
Josephine Minton, your ways are ways of peace.
Roxie Minton, your thoughts are unusual, but practical and well thought
Willard Minton, wit and charm make a good combination. You have them
Alexine Muse, you are a youthful, mirthful anda confiding girl with a good
character and we love you for it all.
Clara Muse, rare compound of quality, noble and true, with plenty of sense,
and good humor too.
Irvine Muse, you are as merry as the day is long.
Virginia Pitman, you will always be remembered as the most studious Sen-
ior and best-all-around girl of our class.
Beatrice Prather, as welcome as sunshine in every place, so the beaming ap-
proach of a good-natured face.
Velma Prather, your pleasing personality has made you a character of your
school and friends who know you.
Shiny Ragle, your discriminating ways are admired by the girls.
Garvis Simpson, you are not over serious, not too frivalous, but a rare good
Virginia Sowder, you are always ready to help or assist in any problem.
Pauline Tarter, you are as quiet and calm as a summer venetian night.
Edna Mae Taylor, for your music talent you are widely famed and for liking
you immensely no one can be blamed.
Juanita Todd, Languor is not in your heart, weakness is not in your mind,
weariness not on your brow.
Lucille Tucker, your good nature and refinement is an example for alL
Jack Turpin, as a friend and a schoolmate you can't be beat.
Eustis Weddle, a great man made up of qualities that make great occasions.
Nancy Yanders, one who doesn't talk much but is satisfied in her own
Noble York, as an excellent basketball player and best-all-around boy of our
class, you will long be remembered.
Mary Owen, you have a personality all of your own.
Mr. Higgins-fhesitatinglyl Sir, I think it is just about time I got a raise.
Boss-Why, we just put a raise in your envelope on Saturday.
Mr. Higgins-Why don't my wife tell me these things?
Shiney- Hi beautiful. What's your phone number?
Pauline Tarter-Oh! It's in the book.
Shiney-Swell. What's your name?
Pauline Tarter--That's in the book., too.
Mrs. Barlow---What are you wearing your glasses to bed for?
Mr. Barlow-I want to get a better look at that gal I dreamed about last
Beatrice Prather-How did your Mother find out you didn't take a bath?
Velma Prather-I forgot to wet the soap.
Eustis Weddle-My father's a doctor. I can be sick for nothing.
Paul Godby-Well, mine's a preacher. I can be good for nothing.
Arlean Huff-Do you find that a new baby brightens up a home?
Virginia Sowder-I do. We have the lights on all night now.
Mr. Carter-Pay your taxes with a smile. lbeing a government offlciali.
Mrs. Higgins-I should love to but they always insist on cash.
Lucille Tucker--What happens if the parachute fails to open?
Leonard BurkettssYou come back honey, and I'll give you a new one.
Dora Decker-Do you know why the little drop of ink is so blue?
Edna Collins-No, why?
Dora Decker-Because his father is in the pen, dummy.
Mother-How did you get that black eye?
Ray Laugherty-I was protecting a little boy.
Mother-That was awful good of you. Who was he?
Jackie Turpin--How come when I stand on my head that all the blood runs
to it, but when I stand on my feet it doesn't?
Willard Minton-Your feet aren't empty.
John Lane--Your dog just bit a piece out of my leg.
Toots Todd-It's nice that you mentioned it, I was just going to feed him.
Gertrude Burgin-Oh Edna Mae! Look at this little green snake.
Edna Mae Taylor-Leave him alone. Gertrude, he can do just as much harm
as a ripe one.
Irvine Muse-Love makes the world go around.
Lonzo Wilson-So does a good swallow of tobacco juice.
Virginia Pitman--I am sorry my dog bit you Gerald, but what can I do?
Gerald Dick-A kiss would make everything swell.
Virginia Pitman--A very good idea. Fido kiss Gerald.
Lawrence Haney--I sure did knock them cold on that test.
Mr. Haney-What did you make?
Lawrence Haney--Zero. N
Mrs. Warfield--fTo Garvis Simpson, a Seniorl How would Shakespeare
have said, "I see a bowlegged man"?
Garvis Simpson-Eh'--ah-what is this I see. It is a man walking in par-
Mr. Molen-How did you get along with your wife in that fight the other
Mr. Hislope-Ah, she came crawling to me on her knees.
Mr. Molen--Yeah, what did she say?
Mr. Hislope-Come out from under that bed you coward.
Mrs. Cain-When was the dark ages?
Leonard Flynn--During the days of knights.
Juanita Brock-I et six eggs for breakfast this morning.
Alexine Muse-You mean you ate don't you?
Juanita Brock-Well, maybe it was eight I et,
Noble York--Do you know why the little raspberry just cried and cried?
Clara Muse--No, heartbreaker, why?
Noble York-sBecause her mother is in a jam.
Onedia Muse--What is the man feeding moth balls to the elephant for?
Lucille Tucker--To keep the moth out of his trunk.
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Juanita Brock being a lady Wrestler.
Gertrude Burgin without the giggles.
Leonard Burkett dating a girl.
Dora Decker blushing.
Gerald Dick being a captain in the army.
Iva Lee Flynn Taylor being a housewife.
Leonard Flynn being tall, dark and handsome.
Paul Godby being a pilot in the R. A. F.
Lawrence Haney being a preacher.
Cordia Hargis without her jabbers.
Arlean Huff being iisty.
John Lane not trying to be noticed.
Ray Laugherty being the next principal at Nancy Hi.
Josephine Minton not being quiet. '
Roxie Minton getting mad.
Willard Minton being Secretary of Agriculture.
Alexine Muse without her curls.
Clara Muse without a temper.
Irvine Muse attending class every day.
Onedia Muse not arguing with Mr. Carter.
Mary Owen being an army wife.
Virginia Pitman being the wife of a sailor.
Velma Prather being a movie star.
Beatrice Prather without Jackie Turpin.
Milford Ragle being a cattle buyer.
Garvis Simpson without a southern drawl.
Virginia Sowder being a nurse maid.
Pauline Tarter getting her lessons by herself.
Edna Mae Taylor being a bubble dancer.
Juanita Todd not being everywhere at once.
Lucille Tucker being a cowgirl.
Jackie Turpin being six feet tall.
Eustis Weddle making speeches.
Nancy Yanders being married.
Noble York being a basket ball coach.
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2. Promising J anitors.
3. True Chums.
4. Jenny and Jenny.
5. Smilin' Thru.
6. Always Giggling.
7. Lookout, Here We Come!
8. Sleep Walking.
9. Hail, Hail, the Gang's All Here.
10. We are Wondering.
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Barkley Colsen President
Harold Bradley Vice-President
Edna Hargis Secretary-Treasurer
Mrs. Barlow Sponsor
Mr. Hislope Sponsor
The Junior Class is composed of forty-eight members, twenty-five girls and twenty-three
Among the activities of the Junior class, the Junior play and the Junior and Senior ban-
quet are the most outstanding.
Wendell Correll, Barkley Colson, Glenn Taylor and James McFall, distinguished themselves
in athletics. Doris Roy and Wendell Correll were members of the mixed quartette. Doris
Roy, Lois Hunley and Elsie Harmon were in the sextet. The male quartet was composed
of three of the Junior class: Wendell Correll, Barkley Colson and Harold Bradley.
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Deward Campbell President
Euphia Pitman Vice-President
Pauline Ragle Secretary-Treasurer
Mr. Walters Sponsor
Mr. Carter Sponsor
Mrs. Cain Sponsor
At the beginning of the school term, 1940, as a Freshmen class we were eighty-nine in
number. During the first two years, twenty-nine students have fallen by the wayside.
Three have trodden down the path of matrimony. Seven students have been added to the
list, making a total of sixty-seven Sophomores enrolled at the present.
Last year the Freshmen class went on a picnic and spent the day at High Rock. This year
Mrs. Cain is sponsoring our play, called "Mama's Baby Boy". Cute little Ray Strunk is
Mama's Baby Boy.
There are six of our boys on the basketball squad, Pad Dalton, Sam Zimmerman, Norman
Tarter, Herman Schoolcraft, Junior McFall and James Taylor. Gladys Roberts is in the
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Charlsie Correll Mary Huff
Willie Marie Delk
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Maurice Hart President
Vola Edwards Vice-President
Elgie Tarter Secretary-Treasurer
Mrs. Warfield Sponsor
Mr. Barlow Sponsor
We are very young, but then
We are only Freshmen.
Our ranks are numbered fifty-six
We shine the best in dra-ma-tics.
You should have seen ole Sis and Hi
Our Freshmen play would've made you die,
We are not very wise, and yet
We do not go about and fret.
'Bout little tasks like Seniors do
We like the Freshmen Class, don't you?
SECOND SEMESTER FRESHMEN
Our ranks were reinforced the second semester by Thresa Dalton, Evelyn Mize, Wanda
Muse and Lowell Norfleet, from Nancy grade school, Georgia Prather, Harold
Rogers, Fay Trimble and Loyd Trimble, from Sardis grade school, Helen Elizabeth Delk,
from Windsor grade school, Eve Mae Taylor, from Oak Hill and Eunice Wilson, from Ce-
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1. Two of a Kind
2. Feelin' Pretty High
3. Patiently Waiting
4. Nature-On Our Way to School
5. The Troublemakers
6. Flying Low
7. Barely a Picture
8. Mr. and Mrs. Business Managers
9. A Bag of Bunk
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Ray Laugherty Editor-in-Chief
Willard Minton Business Manager
Gerald Dick Art Editor
Leonard Burkett Literary Editor
Noble York Sports Editor
Lindsey Molen Faculty Adviser
The Annual Staff welcomes this opportunity to thank those who have worked with us
to make this year book one to be cherished as a biography of our high school days.
Especially do we wish to leave a word of appreciation with the Bush-Krebs Company,
of Louisville, Kentucky, for their cooperation and splendid plate work.
Mr. Clay Miller and Mr. George H. Heinrich, who in a fine spirit contributed to the
success of this book by printing and binding this sixth edition of the GUIDE POST.
Foto Pose Studio, of Somerset, Kentucky, for the photography.
The patrons for their advertisements.
Then to the students and faculty we express our heartiest thanks and leave this writ-
ten and pictured account of our activities at Nancy High School.
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Doris Roy Kathleen Johnson
Lois Hunley Edna Mae Taylor
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The Mixed Chorus consists of approximately 50 voices. They
won 810.00 as second prize in singing at the Christmas Carni-
val. They also won first prize in singing at the County School
Fair. The mixed Quartet and Male Quartet won first prize at
the County School Fair. The girls trio will enter the Regional
Music Festival at Richmond April 4.
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Gerald Dick D President
Ray Laugherty Vice-President
Pauline Tarter Secretary-Treasurer
Wendell Correll Sergeant-at-Arms
Mrs. Warfield ' Sponsor
1. Motivation of interest in Library.
2. Beautification of Library.
3. Preparation of posters and contests.
4. Promote book drives.
5. Instill appreciation of value and care
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Virginia Pitman President
Christine Brock Vice-President
Onedia Muse Secretary
John Daulton Sergeant-at-Arms
Mr. Carter Sponsor
Mrs. Cain Sponsor
1. To develop the proper attitudes and appreciations
toward school life in general.
2. To foster cooperation and sportsmanship in school
3. To develop group consciousness and interest.
4. To create interest in school sports.
5. To develop the proper school spirit among students.
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Barkley Colson President
Noble York Vice-President
Dora Decker Secretary-Treasurer
Irvin Daulton Sergeant-at-Arms
Mr. Molen Sponsor
1. To develop in pupils initiative, leadership, cooperation and intelligent obedience to
2. To foster a spirit of patriotism and appreciation for the best in athletics.
3. To build up proper habits and attitudes in participation in sports.
4. To develop physical culture and coordination between the mind and body.
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Velma Prather Vice-President
Dora Decker Secretary-Treasurer
Rena Burton Sergeant-at-Arms
Mrs. Barlow Sponsor
Home Economics was added to the curriculum in the fall of 1941. The department occu-
pies two properly equipped basement rooms.
The objectives of the Home Economics Department are: CD To train girls for better
home making and Q25 to increase interest among all girls in improving home living. Some
of the phases of home making studied in a three year program are: Selection, con-
struction and care of clothing, Meal Planning, Food Preparation and Serving, Care of
Home and Equipment, Child Care and Development, Consumer Buying, Family Relations,
Improving Personal Appearance, Health and Home Nursing. At present there are fifty
girls taking Home Economics.
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.lack Turpin President
James Taylor Vice-President
Lorene Taylor Secretary
Delno Decker Treasurer
Ray Yanders Sergeant-at-Arms
Mr. Hislope Sponsor
Mr. Barlow Sponsor
1. Develop the proper attitudes, habits, and appreciations in regard to science in general.
2. To understand man's relation to true science.
3. To destroy superstition and develop reasoning.
4. To develop respect and admiration for the accomplishment of leaders in the field of
5. To encourage scientific research.
6. To develop an individual sense of responsibility. '
7. To develop a favorable attitude toward scientific procedure.
8. To develop an understanding of the laws of the universe.
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Willard Minton President
Weyneth Weddle Vice-President
Harold Bradley Secretary
William Minton Treasurer
Ruthledge Rexroat Reporter
Mr. Walters Sponsor
1. To develop competent, aggressive, rural and agricultural leadership.
2. To create and nurture a love of country life.
3. To strengthen the confidence of farm boys and young men in themselves and their
4. To create more interest in the intelligent choice of farming occupations.
5. To encourage members to improve the farm home and its surroundings.
6. To encourage members in the development of individual farming programs and estab-
lishment in farming.
7. To participate in worthy undertakings for the improvement of agriculture.
8. To develop character, train for useful citizenship and foster patriotism.
9. To participate in cooperative effort.
10. To encourage and practice thrift.
11. To encourage improvement in scholarship.
12. To provide and encourage the development of organized rural recreational activities.
Scene at Churchill Downs
In Louisville, Kentucky
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Thelma Pierce Ray Laugherty Juanita Tarter
Each year one cheer leader is elected from the Freshman Class
and serve until he graduates. Ray Laugherty is the Senior
cheer leaderg Juanita Tarter is the Junior cheer leaderg Thelma
Pierce is the Sophomore cheer leader.
Under the ef'Hcient leadership of these young people, an
excellent school spirit has been maintained and our teams have
been spurred on to many victories.
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NOBLE YORK, Senior --
Elected capitan by his team-mates. York
proved to be a good leader. His great de-
fensive work and his cool playing in the
game were telling factors in many of the
teams victories. York will be missed next
year. He played the forward position.
BARKLEY COLSON, Junior-
Was a good dribbler and ball handler as
well as a line defensive man. He played
guard and had great ability in settling
down the team. Colson having another
year yet, should be a "cracker-jack" play-
er next year.
IR WIN DAL TON, Sophomore -
Was the high-point man of the team for
the past season with 250 points. His fol-
lowing-iip ability was a great help to the
team. e was also the tallest man on the
team. Much is expected of Irwin his next
LEONARD FLYNN, Seriior-
Became a startar after the first game and
showed that he had what it took to play
varsity ball. His rebounding and cool-
ness on the f'loor helped his team consider-
ably. His place will be hard to fill next
MILFORD RAGLE, Senior-
Although small, "Shiny" showed he was
capable by his defensive ability, a good
passer, ball handler and dribbler.
SAMUEL ZIMMERMAN, Sophomore-
Although not a regular this year, Sam with
his tricky ball handling should become a
starting player next year. He, also, has
two more years.
WENDELL CORRELL, Junior-
Although he was not on the first team this
year, he is a nice player. He has determ-
ination and fight, just what it takes to
make a good player.
PA UL GODBY, Senior-
Although not a regular player, he did his
duty well whenever he was sent into the
game. He played guard for the Dragons.
NORMAN TAR TER, Sophomore-
Although Norman didn't see ver much
action on the first team, he made the tour-
nament team. If he kee s improving as
he did this year, he shouldp be a star before
HERMAN SCHOOLCRAFT, Sophomore-
Although he wasn't on the first team this
year he is a nice player. His dribbling and
ability to get the ball into his teammates
will be a great asset to the team next
They We They We
Rogers Business 20 22 Middleburg 35 16
Ferguson 24 35 Whitley City 28 25
Middleburg 28 21 Science Hill 34 26
Burnside 12 33 Eubank 23 26
Mt. Victory 16 39 Parmleysville 26 29
Parmleysville Mt. Victory 12
Shopville Mt. Victory 16
Jamestown Burnside 14
Ferguson Russell Springs 45
Alumi McKinney 21
Eubank Science Hill 28
McKinney Shopville 21
Nancy 23 Stearns 26
The year 1941 saw Nancy get -its third coach in its basketball history.
This man was Lindsay Molen, who came up from the assistant coach
to succeed Phillip Jasper, who failed to return in September. It was
tough to see Jasper go, but Molen, with five year coaching experience,
has provenhe is capable by coaching the Dragons, through the most
successful season in the history of basketball at Nancy winning fifteen
C151 games and losing 10.
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Science Hill 20
Mt. Victory 7
Russell Springs 18
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2. Soft-ball Fans
3. Farewell Basketball Manager
4. When do we Yell?
5. Nancy's Soft-ballers
6. Why Boys Like Practice Teaching?
7. Shopville's Soft-Ballers
8. Eubank's Soft-Ballers
9. Training School Pupils
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Remembering his enduring contributions
to the educational system of Nancy High
School: remembering his deep devotion
to the broad highways and the by-paths
of his profession: remembering his pio-
neer efforts and lasting accomplishments
in the field of learning which he loved
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scholastic athletics: we, the Senior Class
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memory of ....
PHILIP T. JASPER
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