Nicholas County High School - Nicholas Countian Yearbook (Carlisle, KY)
- Class of 1952
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TO THE OLD.. .
We the Semor Class of Nlcholas
of the Nlcholas Counuan to the
County l-hgh School dedlcate th1s annual the 1952 edluon
parents faculty and all others who have helped to make our hzgh
school days such valuable and memorable ones
TO THE NEW ....
Alma D. Hudnall
Jane Vice x I I
This page sponsoredby GIFFIN MFG. CO., INC., Carlisle, KY-
AD INISTR TIO
SUPERINTENDENT BOARD or EDUCATION
Dan E Wells elected member 1938 1942 1946 1950 Chauman
1939 1947 1951
Mrs Howard Irvm elected member 1938 1942 1946 Vtce
, Chatrman 1939 1943 1947
Reynolds Gaunce elected member 1940 1944 1948
""" B S Stephenson appotnted February 1945 elected 1948 Vtce
Eugene Letcher elected member 1948
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Raymond I Wesley
The Ntcholas County Board of Educatton durtng tlus school year has been composed of outstandtng
ctttzens of Ntcholas County Each member of the board ts a member of one of the churches of Ntcholas County
and takes an acttve part tn church affatrs In addttton to church acttvtttes all members serve tn tmportant
places tn the clubs lodges communtty organtzattons and many other worthwlule efforts that are made for the
betterment of Ntcholas County
In transacttng the bustness of the schools and tn adapung the poltctes for the operatton of the schools the
board has always functtoned as a un1t and 'kept tn mtnd the needs of all the schools of Ntcholas County as one
school system Under thetr co operattve admmtstratton tt has been posstble to strtve for htgher standards for the
education of the youth of Nicholas County and to provtde better educatton factlttxes and opportumttes for all
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LEFT TO RIGHT Luther Wrlson Kennetl Baker Gerald Hughes Jrmmy Judge Marjorle Hamm Jane Vrce
Gerald Watktns Anna Lee Hollar Vtrgrma Rerd Shtrley Iennrngs Margaret Crouch Secretary Anne
Colhns Donnre Gaunce Pres1dent was not present when the prcture was taken
NICIIULAS C UNTY BREEZER STAF
Edrtor rn Chtef Bonnre Rttclue Features Anne Colltns
Asststant Ednor Harvey Wrlson Dome Shaw
News Edrtor Polly Wagoner
Productron Mgr Margaret Crouch
Sports Edrtor Gerald Watkms
Advertrsrng Mgr Peggy Maffett
Reporters Alma Hudnall Bobby Shrout Anna Mae Fryman Turner Shannon BradleyLogan
Advlser Mr Scanlon
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Roume Karim lreasurer Harvey Wllson Presxdent Johnny Fryman V1cePres1dem Luther
Wllson Reporter Tommy McCarty Secretary
LIBR RY STAFF
LIBRARIAN Mlss Truman R1chey
STAFF Lucille Crouch Mary McCarty Sue Shrum Iewe11Morr1s Iewel1K V1ce Lenore R.1ChCY La Vonne
Taylor Ruby Manley Wilma Gaunce Iuamta Caswell Norma Mynear Lynwood Roe Patsy Crawford Mxldred
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ASS Ill TORY
As we near the end of our last year of school we look back over our hlgh school days wrth fond memorres
and deep regret for we are sorry to leave the school whrch has been home to us for the past four years
In the fall of 1948 there were 54 very green and scared Freshmen who enrolled at what was then
known as Headquarters Hrgh School We spent a very uneventful frrst year 1n hrgh school We lost several
students durrng the course of the year and the followlng summer When we returned rn the fall of 49 there
were only 40 of us left Mlss Ethyl Botts was our home room teacher Class Offrcers were June Anderson
Presrdent Johnny Fryman Vrce Presrdent Patsy Fryman Secretary Paul McNees Treasurer We rarsed some
money by grvrng a box supper The proceeds of rhrs event helped to frnance a trrp to Crncrnnatl where we
vrsrted many hrstorrcal scenes and attended a baseball game
We lost more of our classmates durmg the vear and at the begrnmng of our Junror year there were only
31 members who returned Whereas our Freshman year was uneventful our Junror year was full of excrtement
and fun We produced a play entrtled The Blue Bag whrch was a brg success The funds netted from thrs
venture mto the realm of the dramatrc arts frnanced our trrp to Mammouth Cave In the sprlng of 50 we went
to Natural Brrdge w1th the Senlor Class Th1S was one of the best years we have spent rn school and we were
sorry to leave rt behmd us Our Class Offrcers for the year were Donme Gaunce Presrdent Harvey W11S0r1
Vrce Presrdent Alma Hudnall Secretary Patsy Fryman Treasurer June Anderson Song Leader Joe Blount
Reporter and Jenrungs Mattox Sergeant at Arms Mrss Botts moved up wrth us and was agarn our sponsor
Although we were sorry to leave the old Junlor room behrnd we were glad to have t.he precrous name of Senror
flnally bestowed upon us
When we returned to school rn September 1951 we found that we were to have two new teachers as
sponsors Mrss Jane Stump and Mr Charles Flnnell We elected Donnre Gaunce Patsy Fryman, Johnny ryman
June Anderson Alma Hudnall Jennrngs Mattox and Ruby Smrth as offrcers for the year We pubhshed thrs
annual under the gurdance of Mr John Scanlon who along wlth Mlss Stump drrected and produced our Semor
play We also managed the concessrons at the ballgames durlng the basketball season
As we were measured for our caps and gowns the realrzauon suddenly struck us that thls was truly to be
our last year of high school We were sad at the thought of leavrng but we could not help reahzrng that we are
now grown men and women As such we must face the future wrth warm courage and lugh hopes for we are
the future crtrzens of Amerrca
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2.3.45 Student Council. 3,45 Class President, 3.45
Annual Staff. 3.45 F.T.A., 2.3.45 Parlimentarian.
3,45 Breezer Staff, 35 Fish and Game Club. 1,23
F.F.A. 1.35 Pep Club. 2.3.45 Basketball. 126.96.36.199g
Fish and Game Club. 1,25 F.T.A. 2.3.45 Vice-Presi-
dent, 35 Reporter. 45 Student Body. Vice-President,
45 4-H Club 1.25 Beta Club, 2.3.4.
F.H.A. , 1.2,3.4g Reporter. 35 President. 45 Cheer-
leader. 3,45 Pep Club, 2,3,45 Annual Editor. 45
Assistant Editor Paper Staff. 35 Library Staff. 15
Class Secretary, 25 Treasurer, 35 Vice-President,4.
F.H.A., l.2,3.45G1ee Club. 1.2.3,43 F.T.A., 2,
3.45 Treasurer. President, 35 Beta Club. 2.3.45
Annual Staff. 3.45 Assistant Editor, Annual. 45
Junior Representative, 35 Breezer Staff. 45 Class kRe-
porter 45 Secretary, 35 4-H Club. 15 Library Staff.
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F.H.A., 1,2,3.4g Song Leader, lg Vice-President.
35 Parliamentarian. 45 Beta Club. 2.3.4. Glee Club.
1.2,3.45 Pep Club. 2.3.45 President. 45 Annual
Staff, 45 Layout Manager5 Class President. 25 Song
Leader. 35 Secretary, 45 4-H Club. 1.
F.F.A.. 188.8.131.52 Basketball Manager 2.35 Glee
Club. 1,2.3,45 Class Song Leader, 45 Sergeant-av
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.5 Mgr. , Annual Staff. 4. Class Reporter. 3.
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Club, 2.3.4. Annual Literary Editor. 4. Business
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F.H.A., 220.127.116.11. F.T.A.. 2.3.4. Treasurer, 2.3.
Reporter, 3. President, 4. 4-H. 1. Glee Club. 1.2.3.
4. Student Council. 3.4. Pep Club. 2.3.4. Cheer-
leader. 4. Beta Club. 2.3.4. Paper Staff. 4. Class
Secretary. 1. Library Staff 1.
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Assistant Layout Mgr. Annual Staff, 4. '
F.H.A., 1.2, Pep Club, 2.3.4, Glee Club, 2.3.4,
Annual Art Editor, 4.
F.H.A. , 1,2,3,4g Vice President, 45 Glee Club, 2,
3.4, Pep Club, 2,3.4.
F.F.A. , 1,2.3gG1ee Club, 2,3gBasketba11. 1,2.3.4.
F-H-A.. 1.2,3.4g Pep Club, 2.3.45 Glee Club, 4,
Cheerleader, 3.4, Beta Club, 3.4, Secretary, 4g 4-H
1.2, Annual Advertising Manager, 4.
F.F.A.. 1,2,3,4g Secretary, 4g Pep Club, 2,3,4g
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F.H.A.. 1,2.3,4g Glee Club, 1,2,3,4g Class Song
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Library Staff, 1,2,4gG1ee Club, 1,2.3,4g Pep Club,
F.F.A.. 1.2,3,4g Secretary. 33 Vice President, 4:
Reporter, 2, Glee Club. 3: Basketball. 1.2.3.
F.F.A.. 18.104.22.168g Basketball Manager, 2.3.4, Pep
Club, 2.3.4, Fish and Game Club, 1.2.
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F.H.A., 1,2.3.4: Pep Club. 2,3,4gG1ee Club, 1,
2.3.4, Library smff, 3. Class Sergeant-at-Arms, 4.
F.F.A.. 1.2.3. Pep Club. 2.3.4. Student Body
188.8.131.52g Class Vice President. 3g Assistant Editor.
Breezer Staff. 4.
President. 43 Fish and Game Club, 1,23 Basketball.
As we gaze rnto our magrc crysral ball we can sec ren years rhtad tnto the future l1w Cs of the ktdS who
graduated from Ntcholas Countv Htgh School Cl rss of J
The frrst thang we see rs Tommy Grlmes oper rung 1 shoe rcpatr shop rn Cleveland Ohto A stgn hangs
over the door readmg No Job too large no job too small Grtmts Frxes cm all
We read tn the papers that Ruby Smlth newest 'I V Sensatlon has suffered a manor rnjury durtng her
last rehearsal She wtll soon be up md about though
What s thtso Row bapp has just completed the flrst successful rocket trap to thc moon Only ont catch
however he can t get back No gas stattons up there
We are surprrsed to hear that Dottte Shaw now an up andcomtng vetertnartan has receaved wtde
acclatm for betng the attendtng horse doctor at the btrth of qutntuplet calves at Roanoke Vtrglnta
Here comes M C Stlvers through the mrst He has on has new usher s untform He won the job at the
Opera House Theatre by catchtng the rat wtth the lucky numbe on tts back
We see someone readtng the latest best seller I Know Who Threw the Overalls tn Mrs Murphy s
Chowder Who wrote rt'7 Why Faye Letcher of course
We are not surprtsed to see that Lynwood Roe IS the new star of the Kentucky Wtldcats He succeeded btg
We see Mr and Mrs Bally Mattox fthe former Jewell Wagonerj dolng a thrtvtng bustness wtth thetr new
Drrve rn and Super Market at Possum Hollar
We see that June Anderson who for the past ftve years has been teachtng the art of Modem Danctng at
Ntcholas County Hrgh School ts dotng very well at her chosen professron
The new Nrcholas County Judge 1S betng sworn an Why tt s Iennrngs Mattox He plans to curb reck
less drrvrng at once He has as has slogan A lrcense a day taken away
We see Patsy Fryman operatmg a thrtvtng Day Nursery at Carltsle Her polrcy IS Hot bottles every
hour all changes made promptly Our Pat has always been fond of chlldren
Btlly Doyle once our quretest student ts now chtef aucttoneer at Keeneland Horse Sales
Alma Dean Hudnall and Margaret Crouch are operattng The Turkrsh Bath House where you can sweat
away your troubles every day from 7 to 9 They boast many of thetr old school frtends as steady customers
We aren t surprtsed to see that the new comedy team that has rocked New York and left Dean Marttn and
Jerry Lewxs selltng peanuts and apples ts none other than our own Btlly Davrs and Jerry Krmes Stall at at eh
We see that our agrrcultural expert, Irmmy Judge has just rnvented a very useful arttcle- a mtlktng
machtne for goats What next?
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Wrestling fans were very much surprised last month when newcomer Bonnie Ritchie took the title away from
former women's champ Mildred Burke. Bonnie was one of the most brilliant students in the class of 1952.
What is this? A speck on the crystal ball? No, it's Joe Blount, the new singing sensation. In case any old
friends want to drop him a fan letter, his stage name is Joe Notsohotra.
Donnie Gaunce is coming through the mist of the crystal ball. He is driving a huckster cart pulled by a one-
eared mule. It seems that he secured a regular run from Barterville to Saltwell after his graduation from Okla-
homa A St M.
Well, well, look at Ann Fryman's alligator farm in Florida. She has been retailing the creatures to mer-
chants for shoes and handbags. We feel that her business would be a bigger success if she would kill the animals
before she ships them.
We see that the Jackstown Chamber of Commerce has elected Wayne Speagle official "Welcome to Visitors"
Chairman in that metropolitan area.
We understand that there is only one girl in our class slated to be an old maid ---- Anne Collins. We see her
as the feature editor of "True Confessions".
We look in on a run-down shack in Coyote Trail, Wyoming and we are surprised to learn that it is the home
of Jimmy Denton, his wife, and the seven little "Dents".
Jean Earlywine, who got her start at Lerman Brother's, has attained wide fame as a fashion model. Atpre-
sent she is employed at the Power's Modeling Agency in New York City.
Johnny Fryman, still very much the Lady's Man, is preparing to wed a wealthy French countess fwe can't re-
her namej. This is Johnny's 6th try at marital bliss.
The ball seems to be focusing on a lovely new night club. It's "The Silver Slipper" and it's run by Grace
Newsboys are yelling the headlines of the extra that has just hit the streets. "Daredevi1 Wilson Crosses
Niagara on a Bicycle." Good old Harvey. Lots of astonishing things are happening, but this beats them all ......
Douglas Clay, the famous Disc-Jockey, is signing off after his "Doug1as for Dimple Doughnuts" program
which is broadcast every evening over Station WBMR in St. Louis, Missouri.
We see in the "Star" that Captain and Mrs. Mert Jackson fthe former Josie Frymanj are spending a 30 day
furlough with their parents. They have just returned from a 2 year assignment in Toocold, Siberia.
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We the 1952 graduating class of Nicholas County High School being of sound rnrnd and body do hereby
make md declare this to be our last will and testament hereby revoking all former wrlls made by or for us
To the frculty we leave our deepest thanks ind apprecr rtron for all th rt they have done or tried to do for
us during our four years of high school
To the Juniors we leave all the Senior privileges which we have enjoyed so much
To the Sophomores we leave our hope that they will have as much fun rn the next two ye rrs as we have
To the Freshmen we crn leave only our sympathy for the three years rhead of them rlong wrth the
assurance that never again will they be called Green Freshmen
Having made these bequests we proceed wrth the rndrvrdual bequests
RUBY SMITH wrlls her wrllowy figure and her discarded boy friends to Lucille Crouch
FAYE LETCHERw11ls her ambition to reach 5 1 and her positron on the girl s basketbal team to Bonrrre
JEWELL WAGONER wrlls her red harr and brown eyes to Marylene Watkins
GRACE SMITH wrlls her lack of abrlrty to lure the boys to Jewell Morris
BILLY DAVIS wrlls hrs Gregory Peck profile to Television Scott
PATSY FRYMAN wrlls her leadership qualrtres pep and energy to Virginia Reid
LYNWOOD ROE wrlls hrs courae rn contradicting hrs teachers to Delano Smoot
DOUGLAS CLAY wrlls hrs unrque abrlrty to drrve a car without brakes to Brlly Marshall '
TOMMY GRIMES wrlls hrs abrlrty to skip class and get by with rt to Phil Hrllock
DOTTIE SHAW wrlls her pleasant personality and extensive wardrobe to Jane Vrce
BONNIE RITCHIE wrlls her life long ambition to be a concert pranrst to Betty Lynn Jacobs
ANN FRYMAN wrlls her giggles to Mildred Flora
WAYNE SPEAGLE wrlls hrs5TUDIES to Tommy McCarty
JERRY KIMES wrlls hrs abrlrty to Parlez vous like a native to Buck Watkins
BILLY MATTOX wrlls hrs abrlrty to drrve an Offenshouser No 1 at the Cincinnati Race Bowl to Layne
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JLAN EARLYWINF wills her pleasant ptrsonalrty and jet black hlrr to Evelyn McDonald
ANNE COLLINS wills her engaging grin to Shrrltv Jennings he r dimples to Marjorie Bradlf v and
her flirty attitude to Della Mae Greene
JENNINGS MATTOX wills his curly locks to Edgar Boyd
DONNIE GAUNCE wrlls h1s glorious basketball career to Ward Shannon
HARVEY WILSON wrlls his ability to be the all round guy to Cene Ritchie
ALMA DEAN HUDNALL wills her love for sailors to Sue Shrum
JIMMY DENTON wills his promptness and attentrveness IH class to Sterling Hollar
JOE BLOUNT wills his abrlrty to bc a true friend to Marlon Brady
JIMMY JUDGE wills his ambltron to reach 6 feet to Kenneth Baker
ROY SAPP wills his expert driving ability to Franklin Clay
JUNE ANDERSON w1lls her blushes and cute grin to Polly Wagoner
BILLY DOYLE wllls his polite atutude and courtesy to the teachers to Bobby Shrout
MARGARET CROUCH wills her Job in Lexmgton to Wilma Jo Gaunce
MARION STIVERS wills his studrous att1tude and love for his books to Johnny Lowe
Slgned Graduates of 52
Nicholas County Hlgh School
JOHNNY FRYMAN wills his ability to woo the women to David Baker.
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RIGHT: Evelyn McDo1
Jewell Morris, Jane Vice, Mi
Flora, Ruby Manley, Sue Sh
Marjorie Bradley, Mary McCarty, N
Mynear, Polly Wagoner, Anna Wilson. SKI
, ROW: Miss Ethyl Botts, Gerald Watkins, David Baker,
fo Phil Hillock, Billy Scott, Donald Hamm, Marion
Brady, Edgar Boyd, Delano Smoot, JohnnylLowe, Ward
an Shannon, Harold Hamm. THIRD ROW: Garner Ritchie
" Luther Anderson, Wilma Gaunce, Peggy Maffett, Juanita Caswell
Theresa Hardin, Patsy Crawford, Joy Shrout, Virgaleen Sorrell, Gerald
Hughes, Sterling Hollar, Mr. John Scanlon. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Shrout
Wilburn Grimes, Jean George, Jean Tincher, Layne Hollar, Ray Dixon Frances
Alexander, Marylene Watkins, Tom McCarty, Jim Woodward.
President. . . . . Gerald Hughes
Vice President. . - Gerald Watkins
Secretary . . - - ' Jane Vice
Treasure, I , , . . Ward Shannon
Reporter ..... - Bobby Shrout
Sargeant at Arms. . . .Sterling Holla'
Song Leader' . . ....... Polly Wagoner
Spgnsors , , . . Miss Ethyl Botts, Mr. Scanlon
This page is sponsored by the C. C. COLE. CO. . Carlisle, Kentucky
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Mary Webb, Betty F. Stephenson, '-
Virginia Reid, Barbara Iones, Dora Merrell, li' '
Shirley Bussell, Colleen Roe, Lenore Richey,
Hilda Watkins. SKZOND ROW: Miss Jewell Elliss,
Kenneth Hardwick, Charles Rose, Gene Ritchie, John "N
Jacobs, Allen Earlywine, William Hubbard, Royce George,
Marvin Fryman, Billy Tincher, B.F. Howard, Garnett Gray, ,
Kenneth Baker, Mr. Henry Hale. THIRD ROW: Johnny King, Betty
Dampier, Anna Mae Fryman, Peggy Small-, Drusie Hudnall, Shirley
Jennings, Virginia Stivers, Shirley Shaw, Dottie Bretz, Bobby Moore, Bobby
Bowles. FOURTH ROW: Della Mae Greene, Bonnie Spencer, Bonnie Price,
Jewell Davis, LaVonne Taylor, Alma McCarty, Lucille Crouch, Uramae Horsenian.
President. . . . Shirley Jennings
Vice President. . , , ,Johnny King
Secretary - . . Dottie Bretz
Treasurer . . . Colleen Roe
RCPOHCF - - . Anna Mae Fryman
Song Leader . . . Bonnie Price
Sponsor . . . . ............ . Miss Jewell Ellis
This page is sponsored by COLE HARDWARE, Carlisle, Kentucky
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jimmy Wilcoxson, Allen Bowles, Frank Conyers, Vernon Wagoner, Russel
Dixon, Jackie Tincher. SIKZOND ROW: Helen Morris, Patsy Tedder, Jeamle Fryman, Anna Lee Hollar,
Alma Dturcan, Hazel Caudil, Thelma Brierly, Ruth Wagoner, Linda Terrell, Patsy Asbury, Dena Divelly,
Mary Alice Smoot, Ann Curtis. THIRD ROW: Mr. John Adams, Kenneth Maze, Tommy Livingood, Donald
Davis, Jewell Vice, Elmo Myers, Ray Anderson, Billy Keen Anderson, Wayne Davis, Ronnie Ratliff, Samual
Ritchie, James Snapp, Byron Fryman. FOURTH ROW: Innes Feeback, William Crump, Donnie Gillispie,
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Bobby Brady. FIFTH ROW: Bonnie Bradley, Janice Feeback, Coretta Vice, Betty Lynn Jacobs, Josephine
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Vice President. . , Byron Fryman
Secretary . . . Billy Anderson
Treasurer. . . . Josephine McKee'
Reporter .... , Turner Sh,-mngn
Sargeant at Arms. . ................ Ronnie Ratliff
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SECOND ROW Charles F1nne11 Coach Roy Sapp Manager Ward Shannon Edgar Boyd Tommy
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Jean Tincher Captarn Marylene Watkrns Frances Alexander Ann Fryman Patsy Fryman
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Ratlrff Tommy Lrvrngood Luther Wrlson Bobby Webb Bobby Brady
SECOND ROW Rrchard Howard Coach James Snapp Charles McCarty Merrell Mrtchell Sammy
Rrtchre Elmo Myers Ray Anderson Jewell Vrce Ralph Taylor Bobby Smrth Donnre Caswell Spears
THIRD ROW Norman Brodrrck B1llyMathes Vernon Wagoner Frank Conyers
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Harr1son Rural Electric Co
Russel B Whalen
Cynthxa Ann s Bakery
The Nat1onal Bank
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Brumf1e1d Motor Company
Rees Wxlliams, Jeweler
M. T. Patton, Dry Goods .
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Harrlson Deposlt Bank
Carr Furn1ture Co
Cyntluana Food Market
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Charles E Rankm
Camel s Motors
Spark s Used Cars
Harry Letton St Son
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Judge Herdy Myers
Mr and Mrs Paul Garrett
Belks Sxmpson 81 Co
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Best W1shes and Comphments
N1cho1as County H1gh School
DORSEY BROTHERS Sz FISHER
Success and Best
D E P O S I T B A NK
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YOUR WESTERN AUTO
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John L. Clinkenbeard
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Success and Best Wishes
Senior Class of 1952
MATHERS Sz SHEARER
BILL and PEANUTS ALLISON
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McGINLEY SHOE SHOP Buyers of poultry eggs cream
Country Hams and black walnuts
Expert Shoe Repair Authorized dealers for De Lavel
Separators Sz Milkers
THE NICHOLAS COUNTY STAR
More Folks Read It
BONUS BUILT TRUCKS
Complete Car Service
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STONES SERVICE STATION
Gas O11 Tires Batteries
ICE CREAM BAR
STANLEY GALBRAITH gl SON
RUTHS DRESS SHOP
The World Is Now Yours
Nicholas County High Seniors
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CASWELL FURNITURE CO
T R U E M A C K E Y
Blue Licks Service Station
P I T M A N ' S
Mack Ritchie, Proprietor
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THE VARIETY STORE
COUNTY CLERKS OFFICE
John F. Suggs - Clerk
Mrs. John F. Suggs - Deputy
HOBART C. STALL
YOUR KROGER STORE
DR. G. T. COWAN
SEXTON'S CASH GROCERY
MARKWELL gl JONES
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BEULAH M HUGHES
C1rcu1t Court Clerk
To the Graduates of 52
CARLISLE DRY CLEANERS
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ROGER C WOMACK
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HOPKINS DRUG CO
Servlce IS our Motto
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Dan Wells Proprxetor
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RA'ILIFF BROS CO
Always glad to see you
Always glad to serve you
HOPKINS MACHINE SHOP
KERN S RESTAURANT
Ke ntuc ky
ABRAHAM S DEPT STORE
Quallty Wearmg Apparel CARLISLE MILL and SUPPLY CO
For the Entlre Family
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To the Class of 1952
F I G H T M A S T E R
Real Estate Agency
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Flowers for any occas1on
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C0mP11m9UtS Congratulatmns to the
Semor Class of 1952
SQUARE DEAL GROCERY SPENCER TAYLQR
Where Ma saves Pa's Dough" County Judge
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Let's Bu11d Together
SHEELER LUMBER CO
526 Mam Street
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The County s Oldest Newspaper
ELI IS IEWELERS
Jeweler SL Optometrlst
604 Ma1n Street
pans Kentucky Best Foods To Eat
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JACK COHAN 81 SONS
705 Maln Street
BOURBON LOCKER PLANT
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WALLACE SERVICE STATION
TOMMY'S ICE CREAM BAR
BUTLER TAXI CO.
No. 4 West 8th St.
"Everything In Men GOREY INSURANCE AGENCY
Infants Ch1ldrens .Tumors Mlsses
Apparel and Accessories
CRAYCRAFT Sz SON
Grocer1es and Meats
D STONE SERVICE STATION
Phones 2691 2693
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Dry Goods Sz Shoes
Shell Products D R A B P L UM M E R
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Gas, Oil, and Tires Mmersburg' Ky'
MILLERSBURG COAL gl LUMBER CO
Hanna Pa1nt F1e1d Seeds
WAGONER 8. LIVER
Bottle Gas M M Apphances phone 2451
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M1l1ersburg Kentucky M111ersburg Ky
Vegetables Frozen Foods
Electric Appliances, Etc.
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Congratulatlons to the Graduates
Nlcholas County H1gh School
BLUE GRASS PLANT FOODS INC
Bluegrass Burley Grower
The f1nest 1n tobacco fert111zer
RENAKER S DRUG STORE
ASHLAND SERV O CENTER
Corner Main and Pleasant
GOLDBERG Sz SONS
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PEPPER PEAK FLORENCE TOB WHSE CO INC
CYNTHIANA STOCKYARDS INC
Thankmg Nxcholas Count1ans for The1r Patronage
W E B B E R S
Made on the Farm
S A U S A G E
Near Cynthiana Ky
VANHOOK HARDWARE CO Best Wxshes
Hardware Field Seeds
Graduates of 52
Tuxedo Feeds Stoves
SKINNER'S TEXACO SERVICE
Hoover Cleaners Fence
Butch Brand Paints Cynthiana, Ky.
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ILCK'AR MOORF EXPRESS INC
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CYNTHIANA MOTOR CO INC
HARRISON MOTOR CO
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WHALEY FUNERAL HOME
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APT LIANC ES
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BARLOW TEXACO SERVICE
Ma1n and Peach
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Standard O11 Products
Phone 41 71
FARMERS EXCHANGE BANK
Federal Deposit Insurance
S10 O00 for each account
.I W JONES .IEWELER
MONTGOMERY NATIONAL BANK Mt. Sterling
MT. STERLING NATIONAL BANK
EXCHANGE BANK OF KENTUCKY
Your R3W191f.,h Dealer
G O R M A N 8. L O
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DOYLE USED CARS
Buy Trade Sell
A. V. TURNER
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