Nancy High School - Guide Post Yearbook (Nancy, KY)
- Class of 1943
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As the years come and go, there is always one
which stands foremost in the eyes of each stu-
dent-that of his graduation. It is our sincere
desire that the IQ43 GUIDE POST may contain
both a written and pictorial account which will
more firmly tie the hands between the graduat-
ing class and N.H.S. In years to come they
turn back to these pages, they may vividly re-
call that part of their youth spent in Nancy High
Schoolp once again bygone days and old friend-
ships may be re-established if only in the quiet
and peaceful visionary powers of the mind.
In order that this GUIDE POST may accomplish
the long-desired results, the staff has worked
long and earnestly. We are hopeful that this
volume will serve as an everlasting token of the
class of 1943.
Published by the Class of I943
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To the boys of Nancy High
School who are serving our
country in the Army, Navy,
Air service and Marines, and
to those who will soon enter
the service, we respectfully
dedicate this issue of the
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Member Superintendent of
Science Hill, Ky. Pulaski County Schools
W. R. PERKINS GEORGE ORWIN
Somerset, Ky. Somerset, Ky.
OSCAR ARD ORVILLE SWEARINGEN
Member Attendance Officer
Nortleet, KY- Science Hill, Ky.
MR. HIGGINS MR, RAMSBY
AB- UUIVGTSUY Cf K9T1lUCkY B.S. University of Kentucky
M.A. University of Kentucky Agriculture
MR- BARLOW MRS. RAINWATER
Coach, Science and Phys. Ed.
English and Science
MHS. BARLOW MISS THOMAS
B.S. Western AB. Asbury
Home Economics M,A. University ot Kentucky
MR. CARTER MRS. WEAVER
RB- K9f1tUCkY WGSISYGI1 A.B. University of Kentucky
Social Science Librarian
MRS. HIGGINS MRS- HARRIS
A.B. Union A.B. Western
MOTTO: OUT OF THE HARBOR, INTO THE SEA OF LIFE
"A friendly girl with many friends"
"Always ready, always willing"
"Never asleep on the job"
"Quiet but capable"
"Smiling all the time"
HELLA DELK IASPER
' ' Kitten' '
Her sunny locks hang over her temples
like a golden fleece."
DORIS MILDRED HANEY
"Easy to look at and nice to know"
EDNA MARIE HARGIS
"Always full of merriment"
ELSIE MAE HARMON
"A jolly girl with a sensible air about her
LEONARD P. HARMON
"Up to the top and over"
"True silence is golden"
LUCY MAE HENDERSON
"A good heart is Worth gold"
SARAH EVELYN HOLDER
"Holding higher the torch of learning"
"A heart with room for every joy"
"Happy as the day is long"
" 'Tis noble to do good"
IAMES WILLIAM McFALI.
"Sincerity is a fine possession"
LEWEL A. MOLEN
"There's someihing about a soldier"
"Never failing, always faithful"
"People admire modesty"
Quiet and unassuming but always on the job"
DORA GLADYS PATTERSON
"Good nature and good sense join"
"Your songs live on in memory"
NELLIE PITTMAN ROY
"Searching for an ideal"
ANNA MARIE SHEPPHERD
"She hath the charm of calm good sense
'She never fears evil"
"She puts things over"
"He never worries"
ILUS C. TAYLOR
"Always willing and cooperative"
"Independent in his belief"
"Sincerity is the mark of sirong souls"
IOHN MAYNARD WOOD
"Carefree and happy"
Yor tour years we have been striving tor one g ,
tion. For this we wiii get a dipioma which wiii be out most
vaiuabie and treasured possession in the years to come. Though
we may regret ieaving Nancy and bidding our schooimates and
teachers goodbye, we are eager to begin our work in the worid
and to try to tind what iite has to otter.
in i940 we entered Na.ncy High Schooi a iiveiy bunch ot
green Freshmen determined to make a name and piace tor our-
seives that the schooi wiii remember. Mr. Hisiope and Mr. Kasper
were out sponsors. We eiected Barkiey Coison as our president,
and he has continued to serve us ati through our stay at Nancy.
We iearned the routine ot our work and studied hard.
When we started our second year we tound that a iew ot
our ciassmates had dropped out. With Mrs. Higgins and Mr.
Carter as our sponsors, we became more dignified and quieter.
Our ciass piay, "A Ready-made Famiiyf' was the main attrac-
tion ot the year.
Our third year came and passed more quickiy. Our number
decreased to torty-six. Some had iett to get married and some
to tind empioyment. Mrs. Bartow and Mr. Hisiope were our
sponsors. We were proud ot our piay, "Biack Cats."
When we gathered again as Seniors we tound that a iew
more had dropped out, ieaving thirty-six. Two oi our ciassmates,
Lewei Moten and Leonard Harmon, ieit to iight tor our country.
With deep regret we watched them ieave, but were aiso very
proud ot them. Our sponsors were Mrs. Weaver and Mrs.
As historian ot our ciass, i speak tor ati in saying there wiii
aiways be deep gratitude in our hearts tor our principai and
tacuity tor their understanding and kindness to us. We shaii
treasure the memories ot our ciassmates and 'triends at
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Four years ago in '39,
We started out at Nancy High.
We settled down with spirits ftne,
Mind to our books we did apply.
In '40 we began anew, '
.More grown up too in mind and heart.
Gut sad to say we'd lost a few,
Who,se ways from ours lay far apart.
Our funior year we did enjoy
Our lessons, games, and friendships true.
Our hopes gave zest to girl and boy,
als graduation dawned upon our view.
So here at last as Seniors, we
High school we'll leave far behind,
Jvluch richer than we thought we'd be,
In heart and soul and mind.
Some soon may join the war's great strife,
Some be happy as a good housewife.
Whate'er may happen to us by and by,
We'll all bring honor to Nancy High.
-'Doris 'Ro y.
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BUHEAU OF INVESTIGATION
Washington, D. C.
April l6, l958
N. H. S. Class ot '43,
ln compliance with your request for information concerning the N. H. S. class ot '43,
the following is submitted as the result oi an extensive and painstaking investigation.
Harold Bradley is director oi the Nancy Rhythm Band.
Leia Buchanan, the old maid school teacher, has iust married Lindel Simpson.
Barkley Colson is serving another term as president oi the United States.
Winired Cunditt is substituting tor Shorty Hobbs, co-starring with Eller Long.
Iohn Dalton is manager ot the little store across the road.
Luretha Daws is private secretary to General MacArthur.
Ezra Delk inherited a large tortune and spends most oi his time yatching.
Bella Delk is still happily married and answers to the name "Ma."
Edna Hargis is married to a man named Eayety and lives in Louisville.
Elsie Harness teaches physical education at N.H.S.
Elsie Harmon has at last succeeded. She is now Mrs. lohn Dalton.
Leonard Harmon retired trom the army and is now a iarmer at Oak Hill.
Mildred Haney has iust won another beauty contest, this time in South America.
Lucy Henderson is poet laureate ot Kentucky.
Sarah Holder was awarded a prize tor her high score on a nation-wide intelligence test.
Elnora Keith has signed a ten-year contract to work tor Elmer Hughes.
Virginia McClendon is managing a dude ranch in Arizona.
Dual McClendon, the explorer, is returning to the States to ioin his wiie tthe iormer
Willie Delkl. I
lames Mclfall is basketball coach at Nancy.
William Minton is Agriculture supervisor lor the state oi Ohio.
luanita Molen is doing bit parts in Hollywood.
Lewel Molen, the ladies' man oi l943, is now a henpecked husband.
Herbert Nortleet is State Highway Commissioner.
Gladys Patterson is a photographer's model in New York.
Doris Boy is singing in opera.
Nellie Roy, the mother oi nine sons, is proud to have tour oi them serving in the
U. S. Navy.
Anna Shepperd gave up hopes oi getting married and is now a nun.
Catherine Toms is a nurse at Mayo Clinic.
luanita Tarter is a tap dancer at loyland.
Ina Simpson is chiet cook and bottle washer at Greyhound Inn.
Glen Taylor has finished his course at Asbury College and is pastor ot the Metho-
llus 'Taylor is principal ot Dunbar School.
Weynath Weddle is manager ot the Tarter Produce Co.
Rual Wilson is leading the choir "Wings over lordanf'
Maynard Wood is U. S. Senator irom Kentucky.
Our investigation accounts tor every member oi the class. All are tree and most oi
them eating several square meals a day.
Maudena Norileet, Special Investigator.
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For four years I have s
teachers, and f
uffered indignities at the hands of my
or four years I have wanted to correct the faults
my classmates. Now I am making one final gesture which I
do hope will not be futile.
Juniors, stay in your place. We are still in command.
Sophomores, don 't feel too smart. Theres quite a lot yet
that you can learn.
Freshmen, if you would keep your minds on your studies
you would make better grades.
Mr. Higgins, the senior boys would like you better if you
didn't have so much work for them to do.
Mrs. Higgins, we know that you are 98 per cent of the Hig-
gins family, but we think the Prof could have made the grade
without your assistance.
Mrs. Rainwater, just because you taught at Eubank for five
years is no reason why you should try to make us over.
Mr. Carter, don 't brag: you aren 't the only person who has
ever visited the "Yellowstone National Park."
Miss Thomas, we think you are swell, but you should be
Mrs. Barlow, why brag all the time? We know you are a
Mr. Barlow, you're the coach. Don 't let the boys influence
you so much.
Mr. Ramsey, we know that you are a good Ag. teacher, but
you don't have to rub it in.
Mrs. Weaver, other people have graduated from the Univer-
sity of Kentucky.
Mrs. Harris, if you are such a good singer, why don 't you
sing for us sometime?
Harold Bradley, you can 't take Lucille with you in the Air
Lela Buchanan, temper always goes with red hair.
Barkley Colson, you re not the only captain of a basketball
Hella Delk Jasper, take things easy, you re a married woman
Ezra Delk, if you would study more, you might make better
Luretha Daws, youre so quiet we don 't even know you 'r
John Dalton, Elsie Harmon is not
the only girl in Na
ncy High I
Mildred Haney, every senior class selects the prettiest girl.
Edna Hargis, no person can talk all the time and really say
Leonard Harmon, you aren't the only boy who ever made
lna Simpson, it you would be quiet on the bus we would
like you better.
Anna Shepperd, it is said that valuable things are put up in
small packages, but l doubt it.
Catherine Toms, you are too quiet. Why don't you express
Glen Taylor, you have too many chips on your shoulder.
luanita Tarter, you may toin the Waves, but you can't join
Weyneth Weddle, don't brag. You're not Mr. Earl Tarter's
Maynard Wood, slow and steady does not always win the
Ptual Wilson, don't act so dignitied. The girls are only kid-
Lucy Henderson, you study too much tor your own good.
Doris Roy, you're not the only girl that ever worked in Som-
Elsie Harmon, you should have better control oi your temper.
Elnora Keith, think more about your studies and let Mr.
luanita Molen, why don't you make love yourself instead
oi reading what others do?
Lewel Molen, take things easy, remember you're only a
William Minton, it you're so handsome, why aren't you
popular with the girls?
lames McFall, why don't you stay out oi trouble tor a change?
Virginia McClendon, you talk entirely too much.
i H Dual lvlcClendon, your love tor the girls will be your down-
Maudena Nortleet, you aren't the wiie ot a soldier yet.
Herbert Norileet, you aren't the only one that knows the
composition ot soil.
Gladys Patterson, you worry too much about grades.
d Nellie Roy, you aren't the only girl that ever married a sol-
llus Taylor, it takes more experience than you have to be a
Sarah Holder, you're not the teachers' only pet.
Elsie Harness, don't worry about Linden, Uncle Sam has to
worry about all oi them.
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We, the Senior Class of 1943, being fully aware of the catastrophe about to
descend upon us, do forthwith decree that our worldly stores shall be disposed
of in the following manner: r
To the faculty we leave the memory of our classy may they think well of it.
To the Iunior Class, we leave our high and lofty position and the privileges
and advantages which go with it.
To the Sophomore Class, we leave our puppy-love affairs with the hope that
they will profit by our mistakes.
To the Freshman Class, we leave our heartfelt sympathy for the next three
Harold Bradley leaves his singing voice to Norman Tarter.
Lela Buchanan leaves her solemn looks to Pauline Ragle.
Barkley Colson leaves his position on the basketball team to Deward Camp-
Winfred Cundiff leaves his love for "Baby Iohnson" to Clancy Barnes.
Iohn Daulton leaves his black hair to Sam Zimmerman.
Luretha Daws leaves her silent actions to Iimmy Prather.
Ezra Delk joyfully leaves his books to Lorene Taylor.
Hella Delk Iasper leaves her alibis to Gladys Roberts.
Mildred Haney leaves her ability to make friends to anyone who needs it.
Edna Hargis leaves her temper to Pauline Hunley.
Elsie Harness leaves her quiet ways to Iewell Bland.
Leonard Harmon leaves his farming ability to Esten Webb.
Elsie Harmon leaves her place in the music department to Annie Minton.
Gladys Patterson leaves her giggles to Glenn Smith.
Doris Roy leaves her girlish figure to Cyree Hart.
Nellie Roy refuses to give up any of her possessions, as she is savng them
for Hubert. A
Anna Shepperd leaves her good grades to Wilbur Buchanan.
lna Simpson leaves her job as entertainer on the bus to Martha Ann Henson.
Iuanita Tarter leaves her place as cheerleader to Rena Burton.
Glenn Taylor leaves his ability to write ballads to Nina Norfleet.
Ilus Taylor leaves his mechanical ability to Ioe Pitman.
Catherine Toms leaves her cunning ways to Lowell Norfleet.
Wayneth Weddle leaves his love for "Elgie" to Curtis Luttrell. -
Rual Wilson leaves his hall-walking ability to Sylvia Roberts.
Maynard Wood leaves his ability to attend classes without studying to
Lucy Henderson leaves her love for the faculty to all the freshmen.
Sarah Holder leaves her serious disposition to Dolly Hill.
Elnora Keith leaves her love affair with Mr. Carter to Eva Mae Taylor.
Dual McClendon leaves his "Wise Cracks" to Linden Taylor.
Virginia McClendon leaves her desire for "True Romane Magazines" to
Iames McFall leaves his cough drops to Fern Burgin. t
William Minton leaves his public speaking ability to Pad Daulton.
Lewel Molen leaves his fair complexion to Iunior Miller.
Herbert Norfleet leaves his ability to sneak out of study hall to Lindel Muse.
Maudena Norfleet leaves her ability to write love letters to Nina Tarter.
I -luanita Molen.
Elnora Keith: Did you ever take chloroform?
Ina Simpson: No, who teaches it?
James McFall ton April lsti: Why so tired? ,
Maynard Wood: Who wouldn'1 be after a March
of 31 days?
Anna Shepperd: I just tore my new handkerchief.
Gladys Patterson: It must have been an awful
Elsie Harness: How did you come out with your
Ezra Delk: Iust like Napoleon. I went down in
Barkley Colson: A woman is nothing but a rag,
a bone and a hank of hairl
Sarah Holder: Oh, is that so! VV ell, man is noth-
I ing but a brag, a groan, and a tank of airl
Mrs. Rainwater: Who wrote "Oh, to be in Eng-
Glen Taylor: Hitler! 1
Mr. Higgins Csternlyl: You should have been in
class half an hour ago.
Harold Bradley: Why, what happened?
Mr. Ramsey: Name four kinds of sheep.
William Minton: Black sheep, white sheep,
Mary's little lamb, and hydraulic ram.
Iohn Dalton: All my ancestors were fishermen.
I'm at the end of the line.
Ilus Taylor: Isee. Aworm.
Mrs. Weaver: Dual, where is the Suwannee
Dual McClendan Cafter much hesitationl: Er, far,
Elsie Harmon: See that boy over there annoying
Edna Hargis: Why, he isn't even looking at her.
Elsie Harmon: That's what's annoying her.
Maudena Norfleet Cthrilledl: George proposed to
me last nightl
Doris Roy: Doe-sn't he do it beautifully, though?
Mrs. Higgins: Give me a sentence with an object.
Winfred Cundiff: Mrs. Higgins, you are very
Mrs. Higgins: What is the object?
Winfred Cundiff: A good mark.
Mr. Carter: You see, class, I believe in fighting
the enemy with his own weapons.
Rella Delk: Really? Iust how do you go about
stinging a wasp?
Herbert Norfleet targuingl: I ought to know.
I Don't I go to school, stupid?
Lela Buchanan: Sure, and you come home that
Lewel Molen: You know, I feel like punching
that hard-boiled sergeant in the nose again.
Leonard Harmon: Again?
Lewel Molen: Yes, I felt like it yesterday.
Mr. Higgins: You know, dear, my faith could
move a mountain.
Mrs. Higgins: Then you'd better apply some of
it to those ashes in the basement.
Mr. Barlow: What on earth caused my shaving
brush to be so stiff? I
Mrs. Barlow: I don't know. It was all right when
I painted the door with it this morning.
Lucy Henderson: Why do you make such low
marks in history? , '
Luretha Daws: Aw, the-y're always asking me
something that happened before I was born.
Iuanita Tarter: Now, let's thinkl I
Iuanita Molen: No, let's do something that you
can do, too.
Weynath Weddle: I'd like for you to come over
and have dinner with us.
Mrs. Weaver: Thank you, sir, but your class
work is already satisfactory.
Rual Wilson: Does your husband talk in his
Nellie Roy: No, and it's terribly exasperating.
He just grins.
Catherine Toms: This book will do half your
work for you. .
Mildred Haney: Fine. I'l1 take two.
-Rella Delk Iasper.
CAN YOU IMAGINE?
Harold Bradley being a night owl.
Lela Buchanan acting like a Senior.
Barkley Colson not being president.
Winfred Cundift having his lessons on time.
Iohn Daulton short and fat.
Luretha Daws without an armload of books.
Ezra Delk speaking to a girl.
Bella Delk married and settled down.
Mildred Haney disturbing in class.
Edna Hargis with her mouth closed.
Elsie Harmon not being boy crazy.
Leonard Harmon proposing to a girl.
Elsie Harness talking all the time.
Lucy Henderson the wife of a sailor.
Elnora Keith not giggling.
Dual McClendon acting his age.
Virginia McClendon being a nurse maid.
Iames McFall flirting with a girl.
William Minton with a temper.
Iuanita Molen being a public speaker.
Lewel Molen being a henpecked husband.
Herbert Norfleet without curly hair.
Maudena Norileet arguing with Mr. Carter.
Gladys Patterson tall and slim.
Doris Roy sitting still for five minutes.
Nellie Roy teaching sclzool.
Anna Shepperd not responding to questions in class
Ina Simpson a glamor girl.
Iuanita Tarter keeping house for "Shiny."
Glenn Taylor sitting on the front row in class.
Ilus Taylor being a cowboy.
Catherine Toms not blushing.
Weyneth Weddle attending class regularly.
Rual Wilson with blond hair.
Maynard Wood principal of Nancy High School.
Mr. Higgins pushing a baby buggy.
Mrs. Higgins being an expert cook.
Mr. Ramsey without a smile.
Miss Thomas a cranky housewife.
Mrs. Rainwater a physical education teacher.
Mr. Barlow being a preacher.
Mrs. Barlow without "sweet Iune."
Mrs. Weaver with black hair.
Mr. Carter not talking cn the subject of love.
Mrs. Harris trotting a baby on her knee.
-Sarah E. Holder.
Vice President ....
Sponsor. . .
Sponsor. . .
. .IAMES TAYLOR
. PAULINE RAGLE
. . . MRS. BARLOW
La Fern Burgin
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President .................. CARI. FLYNN
Vice President ......... LELAND MERRICK
Secretary ......... .,..., E DITH BURGIN
Sponsor. . . ..... MISS THOMAS
Sponso ..... MR. IIAMSEY
President ..... .... E UNICE WILSON
Vice President .............. ENSEI. MUSE
Secretary Treasurer. . ONEIDA 'WILSON
Sponsor ....... MR. BARLOW
Sponsor ...... MR. CARTER
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WILLIAM MINTON BARKLEY COLSON
Editor-in-Chief Sports Editor
HAROLD BRADLEY MRS, WEAVER
3!lSil'lBSS Manage! Faculty Adviser
IUANITA TARTER MRS- mggms
A1'fEdi'0f Faculty Adviser
MILDRED HANEY MISS THOMAS
Literary Editor Typllt
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
La Fern Burgin
President .............. IUANITA TARTER
Vice President ......... PAULINE MINTON
Secretary-Treasurer .... MILDRED HANEY
Sponsor ....... .... M RS. BARLOW
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President ............ WEYNATH WEDDLE
Vice President ........, LELAND MERRICK
Secretary ...... ..... H AROLD BRADLEY
Treasurer. . .... WILLIAM MINTON
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Pint Row: Carl Flynn, James McFall, Sam Barlow CCoachl, Iames Molen,
Glen Taylor. Second Row: Barkley Colson, Irvin Daulton, Norman Tarter. f
Herman Schoolcraft, Sam Zimmerman.
The Dragons have had one oi the most successful basket j
ball seasons in the history of Nancy High School. Coach W
Barlow is to be commended for the excellent record which x .next 0
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Opponent Nancy Opponent Nancy
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FERGUSON 18 76 BURNSIDE 25 53
MIDDLEBURG 32 49 SCIENCE HILL 42 32
SOMERSET 20 37 WHITLEY CITY 32 35
EUBANK 16 32
WAYNE COUNTY 31 18 HIGHLAND 27 43
TAMESTGWN 35 50 IAMESTOWN 29 59
WAYNESBURG "' 19 36
EUBANK 25 32 SHOPVILLE 14 51
HEADQUARTERS 18 51 SQMERSET 24 29
M. M. I. . 41 38 SCIENCE HILL 35 28
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M. E. Compton
C. P. Delk
Firsi' Naiional Bank
R. C. Tarter
Denney Murrell Ramsey
Farmers Nalional Bank
Citizens Nafional Bank
Stinson, Cundifi and Sons
Ezra T. Minton
C. I. Ross
Anderson Wesley Drug
C. R. Tucker
Onie P. Hamilton
S. E. Shepperd
Dr. R. F. Jasper
Dr. Robr. G. Richardson
Dr. Brent Weddle
Dr. W. R. Cundlff
L. C. Tarter
W. R. Jones
Chas. N. Weaver
V. D. Rice
J. P. Emerson
W. H. Tibbals
U. Y. Drake
We want to express our appreciation and gratitude to the
people whose contributions have made possible this annual. Also
we want to thanh Bob Owen for assisting us with our art worh.
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