Nicholas County High School - Nicholas Countian Yearbook (Carlisle, KY)

 - Class of 1950

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FUHEUIURD ld 33' mi,-'fi wwf' A053 THE NICHOLAS COUNTAIN has as lts Purpose the Perpetuatxon ofthe glorles of Nlcholas County Hlgh to record the members of the pupll group 1ts chxefest glorg It leaders and followers We have hoped to capture the xntanglble some thlng SPIRIT that h-as made Nicholas County Hlgh and whxch w11l mamtaln xts personality when thxs book lS yellow wxth age and a cherxshed re mlnder of the Senlor Class of 1950 NICHOLAS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Carlisle Kentucky H r1Tm 1 x m Q tug Book L 1 Thom whom S1 rL1LcL s throuuhout the xr I' xtl S And to thowc wi osr filth us lub nfvxcr vs IN Whom loxe has cu r bnen Constxnt md ardgnt Our Ivlothex 6,115 Z C3 Q .-fL1ll xx ' d -c1ic':xLf- lf zC""z.' D ,.yu Have bm-an lirnitloss ---------- 01 11 wr: J? 1 5- 1' In J Q ' 1 '2 'Q 'Crm-d, ' 'x r ' x 7 x N i : z 1 ---------- , 'S HH HUHL THFF HT EDITOR EDITOR IN CHIEF -HELEN KIMES, ASSIST TRIENZI HOLLAR, PRODUCTION MANAGER EDNARD SMAL ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER SUE FRYMAN, Bus INESS MANAGER CHARLES WATKINS, ART EDITOR CHARLES GATES, SPORTS EDITOR MARION BURDE LITERARY EDITOR ALMA LEMAW 3 N WUHH READING LEFT ro RIGHT: MRS. HOWARD IRVIN, EUGENE LETCHER DAN E WELLS CHAIRMANQ B. S. STEPHENSON, REYNOLDS GAUNCE, RAYMOND WESLEY SUPT SCHOOLS ' BUHHD UF EIJUCHTIUH MR. RAYMOND WESLEY In the midst of stresses and strains of these troublesome times, Mr. Wesley has kept Nicholas County High School at an even keel. He came to us with high hopes and great visions for her future. May his seemingly inexhaustible energies and clear cut vision of real- ities lead him to ever highers altitudes of educational statesmanship, and Nicholas County High School to an ever brighter future! 4 FHCUHU HENRY MALE ,Y , ,., PN1.cl',E JAMES 3, MALL C,Agu ETHEL BOTTS MATHEMATICS GLADY5 KENNEY SWCIAL SCIENCE TRUMAN RICHEY LIBRARIAN SUL MITCHKLL HDME ECONOMICS ANNABEL H. BURDEN MUSIC HAZEL SWARTZ GRADES Y k 8 ROBBIE HARNEY GRADES 5 3 6 LAURA MATHES GRADES 3 8 H r - A fl. A-A-. H U'MTyl4 M FHCUIIU FLEET ALLISON GRADES 2 R 3 TN, 1.. JANE GAFFIN GRADE I ALPHA BRIERLY COMMERCE JOHN ADAMS HEAD TEACHER or AGRICULTURE 4 Fri? X it 5. . DAVID LYKINS A .1 ASSOCIATE TEACHER or AGRICULTURE A. J. THAXTON f ASSISTANT TEACHER OF AGRICULTURE is Q RoSCoE JENKINS ASSISTANT TEACHER OF AGRICULTURE C-F' DOUGLAS LOWRY ASSISTANT TEACHER OF AGRICULTURE X 7.1 Q NOEL MCDONALD I , ASSISTANT TEACHER or AGRICULTURE W sf 5,, ir' ' NN. uf' ' KENNETH BOONE 1 ,Q I ASSISTANT TEACHER or AGRICULTURE If ,f -- .Ir .L , 3 I s TRANSPORTATION UNIT THE ENTIRE STUDENT BODY IS TRANSPORTEO TO NICHOLAS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BY COUNTY OWNED SCHOOL BUSSES. SHOHN WITH THEIR BUS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: BOB DAMPIER--PARKS DISTRICTQ STANLEY CASwELL-- MYERS DISTRICT: CURTIS JONES--HEADQUARTERS-WALNUT GROVE DISTRICTS: HOHARO WELLS--ELLISVlLLE- BARTERVILLE DISTRICTS: JIM MYNEAR--CLAYTON-ROSE HILL-BAREFOOT DISTRICTSQ GENE KENNY--MORNING GLORY-HOOKTOWN DISTRICTSL AND FRED HOLLAR-'SALTWELL DISTRICT. NOT IN PICTURE JOHN ALLEN ECTON-- MOOREFIELO DISTRICT. THESE BUSSES RUN THEIR ROUTES AND BRI SCHOOL EVENTS. AN AVERAGE OF TWO BUSSES HAVE GON NG STUDENTS AND ADULTS TO THE BASKETBALL GAMES AND OTHER E TO ALL THE BALLGAMES AWAY FROM HOME. lf: j. I CUSTODIAN t HUDSON NHUDDIEH SNAPP I BY THIS FAITHFUL AND UNTIRING SERVICE HHUDDIEU HAS HELPED TO MAKE OUR STAY AT NICHOLAS COUNTY HIGH JUST A LITTLE BRIGHTER. 7 5 1 LIBRHHU STHFF OF A FULL TIME LIBRARIAN AND EIGHT WELL TRAINED STUDENTS CHARGING ASSISTANTS ARE BETTY WAGONER, ALMA LEMAY, EUNICE GEORGE, TRIENZI HOLLAR, MARION BURDEN, CHARLES WATKINS AND LYNVOOD ROE JIMMIE SHROUT IS GENERAL ASSISTANT Luz-:RARIAN LIaRARIAN AND SPONSOR or THIS GROUP IS MISS TRUMAN RICHEY 8 I THE LIBRARY STAFF OF THE NICHOLAS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL IS GOMPOSED SEHIUHS Clara Fryman, President Alma LeMay, Vice-President Lois Booth, Secretary Louise Vice, Treasurer Helen Kimes, Reporter Jack Becker Paul Brady Marion Burden Mildred Burden Mary Criag 1 ,'S!,,,.o- f fxnv. Z' OSF '-' 1 7 vu--' re! This page is sponsored by Mathers Sz Shearer, Carlisle, Kentucky. Y SEIIIUHS Billy Joe Duncan John Ecton X. W . ' ML 7 ga Sue Fryman Dollie Garrett W. 'Q -Gia WJ :J .4 Charles Gates Jimmie Gaunce Eunice George T rienzi I-Iollar Dorothy Lemons This page is sponsored by Ga1braith's Buick Garage, Carlisle, Kentucky 10 SEIIIUHS Cleoda Miller Jimmie Roe Jimmie Shrout Edward Small Marjorie Toy Betty Wagoner Lillian Wagoner Charles Watkins Sara Faye Zumwalt This page is sponsored by Darnpier s Garage Carlisle Kentucky .3.Q3,,,gi',,.34u4u' as ffirca f-15551 1 'f ae. ,via 'ff fftx- ,. -4. -' 1' 'ri Tam ' ,,.f1,w:, A .-' 4:1 , - 1 1-' ' H,-rg ., -151 f - 1 . A' f . ,, no . 15 N. -'ni-x. 9- , . ,W cw ,b-Rl ..,,., 1 . , , .1 Q . ., ,.q-in-7,1 ' rag, 1 1 ... ,. U . 'fi f.. .' .f -!'1,.r- , ' ' vv' fb' ' , 'QR J i .1 .. . . - . gp ss . ,ff ,sms A " rgr, Q P- ir: 3' ,'-+1 .yr .Ig fbi? A jf- v. Y" 'X 'YA . 113- . La ., . . V, -aiu K. I . ' I ! , . Y , . 13-1-70 41'-" 'X CLHSS HISTUHU Entermg into our Semor Year we stop to ponder over our past experxences slnce our freshman year ln 1946 we started at Headquarters HLghSchoolas a group of twenty fxve Before the end of thls year we lost seven members and galned one At the begxnnlng of our Sophomore year all the Nxcholas County Schools had been consolxdated xnto the Nzcholas County Hlgh Schoollocated at Headquarters Kentucky Only elghteen of the orlglnal members started Ln 1947 but several new members were galned by the consolldated Throughout thls year we lost only flve members Wlth the beglnnxng of our joyous Junlor year, we had thlrty flve members, although, all of them dld not succeed ln flnlshxng thelr Junxor year at Nlcholas County I-hgh School Thlrty Sen1ors enrolled at the beglnmng of th1s 1949 50 period of school We have lost two members at the flrst part of school. Mlss Anne Wagoner married Mr Clarence McCord of Cov1ngton, Ky and Mlss Beulah Bussell, who has marrled Mr. Paul Mays of Parts, Kentucky. Although four Senlor glrls came back after Chrlstmas, flashxng thexr dxamonds around, we have hlgh hopes for the remalmng twenty elght to graduate. In all our four years at th1s school, we can not dlstlngulsh whxch one was most enjoyed As we thlnk of the happlness enjoyed at good old Nlcholas County Hugh School, we regret to leave thls school where we acquired our educatlon 12 ' Egdwmx J-"JS-'gig gk' ,Gif-FA 15? GLHSS llllll af' in We the Senxor Class of 50 bexng of sound mlnd do hereby will and bequeath the followlng to our classmates Cleoda Mxller wxlls her abxlxty to get by wtthout havlng lessons to Patsy Wllls Clara Fryman wxlls her Fox Talls and Hot Rods to Dottle Whlrles Lxllman Wagoner wllls her ab1l1ty to get marrled to Marlan Markland Trmenzl Hollar wllls her abllxty to get along wxthout boys to Anna Lee Ockerman Jlmmle Shrout wxlls h1s ablllty to attract all gxrls to Hargxs Fryman Mary Craxg wxlls her deslre to play the plano to Ann Colllns Marjorle Toy w1lls her hablt to turn on all the faucets ln H Ec t Betsy Brady Betty Wagoner wllls her glrllsh flgure and curly halr to Betty Lee Harney Sue Fryman leaves her art of catchlng men to Llllle B Alexander Alma LeMay wllls her nlnty pounty to Alma Dean Hudnall Eurnce George wxlls her glggles ln class to Ellzabeth H111 John Ecton wxlls hms mnocence to Jun1us Jolly Helen Kxmes leaves her love for Renfro Valley to Patsy Fryman Dolly Garrett wxlls her love for dark curly halr to Betty Klmes Dorothy Lemons wllls her love for money fN1cholsj to Betty Scott Loxs Booth leaves her lunch room mxlk to Ronnle Broderlck. Mlldred Burden wllls her ablllty to get a bus drxver to Mary E Rose Loulse Vxce wllls her "love" for brunetts to Jane Anderson Paul Brady wllls the black eyes he gets ln basketball to Harvey Wllson Charles Watkxns wllls hls mckname "Star" to Tommy Grlmes Marlon Burden wxlls hxs ablllty to charm the sherlff daughter to Wllllam Letcher. Bllly Joe Duncan wllls hxs hexght to Paul McNees Sara Faye Zumwalt wlll her ablllty to be a flxrt to Marletta Story Jack Becker wllls h1s ab1l1ty to "WOO" all the gxrls to Dorsey Watklns Edward Small leaves hxs good manners and sweet dxsposxtlon to Buddy Buckler. J1mm1eRoe wllls h1s blg Muscles and broad shoulders to Bobby Wade. Jlmmle Gaunce w1lls hxs shrewd ha1r cut to Joe Welch. Charles Gates wxlls h1s basketball techmque to Tommy McCarty. 13 -. ' .v ' . -X .. 1., Qw ,44, '19 , .. '.-g - ' :,,,,1,. A, I , .., .I ., , 41.34, 0 wq fff' -ff' fix., 'A Oizzffff --1'14LL't I" - 'fix' 'ZX 1 ,,. X T' ss K -, '.' '. 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Loretta Morris , 2 . . , I I I ' SUPHUIHURES CLASS OFFICERS Premdent June Anderson Vlce Presxdent Dormxe Cfaunce Secretary Patsy Fryman Treasurer Paul McNeese Reporter .Tohn Fryman READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT FRONT ROW BONNIE RITCHIE, ESTHER NEFF JOSEPNINE FRY MAN DOLLIE MCCARTY DOTTIE SHAW JEAN ElRLYWINE MARGARETT CROUEH FAYL LETCHER GLORIA NEFF JEAN B OTH SECOND ROW ANN COLLINS, ALMA HUDNALL, JUNE ANDERSON Ruev ITH, ANN FRYMAN, MISS ETHEL B T THIRD R B BBY GILLISPIE, TOMMY RIMES, DONNIE GAUNCE, JERRY KIMES, CHARLES SHAw, JOHNNY FRYMAN, NAYNE SPEAGLE, HARVEY LSON, BILLIE DOYLE FOURTH ROW JIMMYE JUDGE, L NWOOD ROE, BILLIE DAVlS, B MATTOX, ROY SAPP, JENNINGS MATTOX 17 , 1 , - I .I V ! 3 I - I , O . : , SM 6 Ts. OW: O G WI C . : Y J ILLIE FRESHHIEH CLASS OFFICERS President ...... . Ronnie Broderick Vice President ...... Frances Alexander Secretary ........, Roberta Booth Treasurer . . , ...... Ward Shannon Reporter .......... Phil Hillock READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE DOROTHY NEFF JENETTE BROMAGEN JEWELL MORRIS, MARY MCCARTY, ROBERTA BOOTH MARIE TINCHER ANNA RUTH DAVIS FRANCES ALEXANDER NORMA MYNEAR, MARY MASON DOTSON, JEAN TINCHER MARYLENE WATKINS ROW TWO MISS TRUMAN RICHEY JANE VICE, MILDRED FLORA, RUBY MANLFY, MARJORIE BRADLEY JEAN MY OPAL HOWARD, JEAN GEORGE, MR WALL ROW THREE JAMES WOODARD, BOBBY SHRODT BILLY TOY, WAVEL FRYMAN, DONALD RAY HAMM, JOHNNY Low: WOODIE WASSON, GERALD WATRINS, LAYNE HOLLAR TOMMY MCCARTY, STERLING HOLLAR WILBURN GRIMES ROW FOUR RAY DIxON, DONNIE SNAPP, PHIL HILLOCK DAVID BAKER WARD SHANNON, EDGAR BOYD MARION BRADY BILLY MARSHELL, JOE SMALL, HAROLD CONYERS, RONNIE BRODERICR, HAROLD HAMM, GARNER RITCHIE 18 I I I , , , , , . : . A , - NEAR, PATSY CRAWFORD, BETTY HARNEY, VIRGELEEN SORREL, MAXINE BRADY, POLLY WAGONER, . . . , I , , . : I I I 9 l. J' - 'A U Y .6, 'gl . -':gg', 'Gy-, . B .-L Q if--r A ' xid! 514332. 'Y Yghgsil " A X 5' 2 Y A a . , , 2 5 fr. J,-,, , tt Q ,- f .af Y ,WI -. Q " Y, H' 'if . sh' fig 1 -S X 'Q . 1 . 2 3 i A 592 v3 .' Z , M-'WF W :K :W ,EV U 21 bi K ,:, t-f hx' .h i MW in fx Unicvjl, 'Q ' 7.0: These hvely llttle folk are learnxng under the guldance of Mlss Fleet Thls group ofyoungsters1s under the supervlslon of Mrs Laura Mathes Alhson Z0 nfs nfs Under the guidance of Miss Jane Gaffin these little folk are learning the three "R 'S HIHG HND UUEEII By popular vote Don- nie Gaunce and Marjorie Toy were elected king and queen, respectively. PEP CLUB The Pep Club is an organization to promote school spirit and other general school activities. Under the leadership of President .Tune Harney, Vice president Clara Fryman, Sec- retary and Treasurer Betsy Brady, and Reporter Jack Becker, this or- ganization has achieved many and varied goals. BETH CLUB OFFICERS: PRESIDENT VICE PRES SECRETARY IDENT. . . . RUBERTA . HELEN KIME5 JANE ANDERSON . LOUISE VICE TREASURER . . .... . .LoIs BOOTH REPORTER. . . JIMMIE SHROUT SEATED, LEFT T9 RIGHT: LOIS BOOTH, JINMIE SHROUT AND JANE ANDERSON. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: LOUISE VICE, HELEN KIMES, BETTIE KIMES AND MISS ETHEL BOTTS, CLUB SPONSOR. FUTURE IEHUHEHS UF HUIEHIUH The Future Teachers of Arnerica Club was organized in Nicholas County High School this year. This club consists of students who are interested inteaching as a career. The Charter Members are Alma Hudnall, Louise Vice, Lois Booth, Helen Kimes, Anne Collins, Polly Wagoner, Anna Ockerman, Paul Brady, Betty Harney, Trienzi Hollar, Donnie Gaunce, and Johnny Fryman. OFFICERS President . , . . . Lois Booth Vice President . . Louise Vice Secretary . . . . . Helen Kimes Treasurer . . . . Alma Hudnall Parliamentarian . . Paul Brady Reporter .... . . Anne Collins Sponsors . . . . Henry Hale and . . . . . Raymond Wesley The members chose the name W. S. Taylor for the club in honor of Dr. Taylor who for many years was Dean of the College of Education of the University of ULEE CLUB The Glee Club is under the supervision of Mrs. Maxwell Burden. She is doing a splendid job of training the voices of the girls and boys. They plan to enter the spring contests, and take part in the annual commencement exer- cises. Kentucky HICHULHS UUUHTU Hl'LITE SCHOOL NEWSPAPER SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT! Lols BOOTH. . .... . .BUSINESS MANAGER CLARA FRYMAN. . ...... EDITOR JANE ANDERSON . . . .ASSISTANT EDITOR STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: JACK BECKER ................ ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER JIMMIE SHROUT ...... PRODUCTION MANAGER PATSY WILLS . . ..... ART EDITOR MARION BURDEN . . . . SPORTS EDITOR LUNCH HUUW The lunchroom under the Supervision of Mrs. Walter Miller, Mrs. Hudson Snapp, and Mrs. John Conyers serve a nutritious meal each day for a low cost of twenty cents. Approximately 150 pupils are served each day. l The theme of each meetmg lS centered around the motto Toward New Horlzones The soclal and recreational llfe of the home lS dlscussed and each group under the guxdance of Mlss Sue Mltchell 1S tramed to appreclate thejoys and sat lsfactlon of homemaklng Offlcers are Sue Fry man Presldent Jane Anderson VICE Pres1dent LO1S Booth Secretary Cleoda M1ller Treasurer Leader and W1lrna Dean Hamm H1stor1an Other members are Marylene Watklns Dor othy Neff Glorla Neff Llllle Belle Alexander Jeanette Brumagen Sara Zumwalt Alma LeMay Jean Mynear Dottle Shaw Gracxe Smlth Mar Jorle Bradley Jean Tlncher Patsy Wllls Maxme Brady Jewell Morr1s Betsy Brady MarJor1e Toy Mary Craig Alma Dean Hudnall June Har ney BettyLee Harney Patsy Fryman AnnCollms V1ragleen Sorrell Jane Vice Polly Wagoner Roberta Booth Ester Neff Eumce George Jean Earlywlne Ann Fryman Opal Howard Bonnle Rltchle Frances Alexander Loretta Morrxs Z5 Louise Vice, Parliamentariang June Anderson, Song MEMBERS READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT ROW ONE BILLY Jo DUNCAN WILLIAM LETCHER EDWARD SMALL, CHARLES WATKINS, JIMMIE ROE HERBERT DUNCAN PAUL MCNEES PAUL BRADY ROW TMO BILLY MARSHALL, ALFRED DOTSON FRANCIS GRIMES BUDDY BUCKLEP MARION BRADY EDGAR BOYD TOMMY GRIMES DAVID BAKER DONNIE GAUNCE JOHN ADAMS ROW THREE JOHN NIE LOWE HAROLD HAMM, JENNINGS MATTOX, RONNIE BRODERICK JOE SMALL HAROLD CON YERS, HARVEY WILSON BOBBY GILLISPIE ROY SAPP BILLY MATTOx ROW FOUR JAMES WOODARD BOBBY SHROUT, GARNER RITCHIE BILLY TOY LAYNE HOLLAR GERALD WATKINS WOODIE WASSON, JUNIUS JOLLY RAY DIXON TOMMY MCCARTY STERL NG HOLLAR JIMMI FUTURE FHHIHEHS UF HIHEHIIIH JUDGE OFFICERS Vlce Presldent Secretary T reasurer Reporter Sentxnel Advlsor Thls page sponsored by Charles Watkms .Tlmmle Roe Herbert Duncan Wxlham Letcher Paul McNees John Adams, .Tr C C COLE COMPANY Carhsle, Kentucky 26 I I : I l D I l ' 1 1 1 r ' I ' 1 1 1 ' , . . - r I I 3 I 1 , , , I , E President . . . . . . Marion Burden INSTITUTIONAL ON THE FARM TRAINING INsTRucToRs SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT DAVID LYKINS DouoLAs LowRY RoscoE JENKINS NOEL MCDONALD AND JACK THAXTON STAND ING JOHN ADAMS HEAD TEACHER or-' AGRICULTURE NOT PICTURED KENNETH B ONE VETEHHHS FHHIH TRHIHIIIB PRUGRHHI The Nicholas County Hlgh School has been Serving practlcally around the clock as far as classes are 140 Veterans enrolled ln tranmng and the school facl l1t1es have been taxed to the utmost The arm of the Veterans program lS to get the Veteran establlshed Ln farmlng and we feel that a good part of accomplxshmg thls task has been completed Rlchard Howard and Marlon Roberts have become members of the faculty of the Nicholas County Traln Lng program because of the reslgnatlon of Douglas Lowry and Kenneth Boone 27 concerned. During the year there has been a total of .414 inn--F' 1 M' BuooY BUCKLER J 5 LEFT TO WGN R u IN 'MCT mms STRUCTOR JOHN A SCH00l SHUP Throughout the year the shop has been used by the Nlcholas County Chapter F F A and local farmers There IS lxttle doubt that our well equlpped shop plays an Lmportant part Ln the farmlng programs of farmers ln the community veterans enrolled Ln tralnlng and hlgh school boys ln Vocat1onal Agrlculture This page Sponsored by BUNTIN S GARAGE Carhsle Kentucky Dealers for Plyrnouth and Dodge Cars Z8 . M L nv'-' 1 1 Q - . , . . . . . . , . . . . . , . 1 I M JI Www' 'Wa ,aww Ja,'E4 ,QM 1 , y M 4 Sgghnwfu xfljnzq y. 'Ig lvpyflcv Q! ' -11? .ai ' s 1. CWI "4'f'fLw'0"-UL lfqp M 4f2Ai,- xylncumwd JAOUUH '46 ' :Qui K' HIWW AQ 4 30615 1 N 3 E V BLUEJHBHETS VHHSITQ UHEERLEHDEHS page sponsored by John Allen Ecton, ASHLAND SERVICE STATION Carlisle, Kentucky 30 s s 52 f f' 54. Y 9 ' 'I fl 125-.rf FX-- ' wp . 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C OM PANY 'Stxck to Standard' Carhsle, Kentucky E. A. Van Bever, Agent MISS JULIA DESHA Mllhnery Cynthxana, Kentucky CQXI-fii I-V1-TNIlI".F II ,' iR.fxYClRA FI' Q IN Q I A V IIw::v I' urnl Iaing 1.1 ' rm L ' ICH-IIZFS, I.'w11k11.IL A I ' I' F ' fiyxxllxunmlx, Ii 'IIMIQ ij D 2.31 .. , . , Il'Il'I3!Il7IfI' ' ' DR. H. ff, 1 ,ISN I" . , ,Q Bl LW V -1 - HY, Q Q, V f V lc nc , " I ' 1' , 5 Of V 1-4 'mnplirnent-fl WHIS Plllllllllll Carhsle Kentucky Phone Z1 Dan Wells Prop "7 HE WAS WATCHING A BOXING MATCH ON TELEVISION AND FORGOT TO DUCK' Whew' There s a guy wlth troubles' We or car but when xt lxla M11 l if .,L'54Jv 0 can t fxx h1s blackeye comes to Televlslon znthe know how Besides radio repaxr we are carryxng a complete TCISVISIOH console Ixne of natlonally known table model portable Televlslon and radlo sets we offer expert workmanship plus fxnest qualxty parts for your every repaxr need Phone 71 for a free Televlslon demon stratlon ln your home no obllgatxon GENE S RADIO SHOP 'I elevlslon Headquarters BEST BY EYE TEST Flrst Wlth Televlslon n Carlxsle C, , of 4 'N' -'ew 'Mg . ' ' . fn . i A , . . . ,. S A , : 4, . . or . . , Eykvwkig ,yy 'QQ1 . - . . xi: ifj . . . . N745 A Q .0 ' . . 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