Trigg County High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Cadiz, KY)

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I Mftaa M if + if a Ivllss NBVOLINB COWAN Miss LAURA BLAKELEY I The Seniors of the class of nineteen forty wish to pay tribute by dedicating this issue ofthe annual to our loyal spon- Q sors who have helped us chart our course and guided us to higher seas of life. Pg Tb EM V . ' C. T. Nunn J. N. HOLLAND R.. H. Uvrou - Superintendent Vicc'Chairman H. Wxrxrus H. C. Furiuau. A. J. LAN: Chaimum Page F our W QZ? 15' ' if . 'Q iv P54 will :F :ff Q' 9:, f1535355 : fb , Eli, ' 1:-R-RJ - ' ' Xi-2. fi-1.5-jyy f . yi SPS-Qxgf 'Ref Biff QS f was , l I9 " 's :Qi -Q.. -pcb x ' , ,MV 4 777 fin X. .1 EDGAR MASON . . . Agriculture C: MRS. EDGAR MASON . . Science I FRANCES I-IIzNsoN . . Englich PAUL PBRDUB . . . . . Coach NBVOLINE COWAN . . Commercial JOSEPHINE FRANKLIN . . . . Music ROY MACDONALD . . Principal KATIE DAWSON . . . . . Secretary LAURA BLAKELEY. .I . . . Mathematics VIRGINIA McDowIzI.I. . . . Libfarian MRS. Lucxuz ARMSTRONG ..... Latin ' JAMES SMooI' . . T . . . . Social, Science MRS. Jon WILMUTH . I ..... English MRS. T nn Busx-I . . . Home Economics ' Page Five K J mmm an um, mn f E , , , .o 1 o A 1 mm '. ss I m -:-LJ.: v Q' H, na m vi H 555' an H K E :.:- 4- .. , . H B is B ,K Wifi . V. .:. - 'fp' H My H Q-' Q azz 1, ' nm Page Six na mv: nw mam ss mmm na E H S ss ss x -mn ms E Bm E, E ,H n, Detective Club a I, ss ms ms mn am BE-Q :ass ,aim nam a Emmnam xzsaihbmiix - E fn--.iE'fi.' in 2 EEEH HBE swag M B W, sm ,ummim Honor Board E gg-:.r ss mm -ag ms na ss m mm in m ws ., Mn H-ss ,wQ a mx mn kwin? mn 'H 1 nag sswamf wild ki' 5 ms '54 V wi! Mind -fl -min ,sn , ,mn-,4 me M L51 H Qt? uw, . ,ash wgiigfwa -QM sf ,ms wx nm.. 'H ..S?"?Ew, 'Now 1:1 'UH' Y. ' T , .-as a . ,. .ir . . E STUDENT GOVERNMENT For smoother sailing, a crew was organized to help steer the ship to higher seas of self' government. With student government there would be no mutiny on this -ship of learning when each who walks the decks does his share to guide, to help, and to hold the ship on its course as it sails to higher seas of education. To sail more smoothly each must feel the atmosphere of self-government, the captain must understand his crew, and the course must be well planned. Day by day the Way is planned so each passenger may know his course and in knowing sail to find a better place on the high seas of life. On theship of Trigg a crew was organized in 1939. From each port there came a senator and representatives and with the guidance of Mr. McDonald and the president, they planned the course so that each passenger may find a better way when he puts out to sea. Page Seven PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS MRS. VCORDIE THOMAS ................. ' ....... President MRS. STAN WHITE . . . . . . ViCC'PT6SidC71t MRS. K. B. SMALL . . . . Program Chairman MRS. WILLIAM FELTNER . . . . 1 ' . . . Treasurer Hi? OBJECTS OF PARENTTEACHER ASSOCIATIONS To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, church, and community. To raise the standards of home life. To secure adequate laws for the care and protection. of children and youth. To bring into closer relation the home and the school that parents and teachers may co' operate intelligently in the training of the child. To develop between educators and the general public Such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and Spiritual education. N Page Eight OUTSTANDING SHIPMATES JOHN D. MINTON Buss JACKSON Best-AllfA101md Boy Bcst-AIlfA'r0und Girl Q l mf- R. H. UPTON, jx. MAXINB CHAMmzRs Most Populaf Boy Football MAB MINTON Most Popular Girl Y CHAPPBLL Anmuncn MARY BANISTER W1tt1esn Boy WIIIIBSE Girl Page Nina VIRGINIA HUGHES Edirnrrfn-Chief HOMBIL- PARRENT Art Editor Li TRIMBLE MAJOR Sporss Editor THE WILDCAT STAFF LUCILLE FRANCIS CI-IAPPELL ALDRIDGB Assistant EditnrfinfCl1ief Business Manager KATHERINE POWELL Art Editor BBN WHITE Assistant Sports Editor VIRGINIA WALLACE MARVIN BROADBENT, joke Editor Advertising Manager MARSHALL COOPER Snapshot Editm' ALLENE BRIDGES Typist JR. W WALLACE GRAY junior Editor MARGARET NELL FELTNER JEAN MITCHELL FRANCIS WHITE Freshman Editor Eighth Grade Editor Seventh Grade Editor .Page Ten FRANCES LoNG Assist. Bus. Manager . Xb 6 ' 1 N, fi, OC 5 "?" 524 5? il. E im- A ' Brass JACKSON Assist. Snapshot Editor 1 VIRGINIA GuiBR Typist ED. HEADLBY Sophomore Editor Miss NEVOLINE COWAN Sponsor 6 Q 5efLi0FK5 A Il sd of l xv cv ----Q -N--f-- Aki...-...... SEN IORS ALLENE BRIDGES "Always willing and able to help." Girl Reserves '37, '38, '39g A and B Club '3Sg Glee Club '37, '38g Beta Club '39, '-io: Reporter of Girl Reserves '39g Secretary of Beta Club '4Og Vice president of Girl Reserves '38g Vice president of A and B Club 'SSQ Secretary of Sophomore Class '38g Typist of "The w2deat:i8'4Og "Yanki San" '?-73 "Little Miss Hitch Ver . Hnzzre TURNER "There's honesty, manhood, and good fellowship in him." F. F. A. Club '40: Baseball '37"39g Basket ball 'S-V38. DOUGLAS Mrze "Nothing but himself can be his equal." F. F. A. Club '37f'40g Treasurer of A and B Club '3Sg A :Incl B Club '38g Beta Club '39, '40:Glee Club '395 Treasurer of F. F. A. Club '39g Hog Contest '38, 'ZKQQ Boys Quartet '39g President of F. F. A. Club '4-Og judging Contest at Louisville '39, Gold Medal for hzing state farmer. V ELIZABETH NUNN "Her words fall softer than leaves from the pine." Class reporter '38 First prize 'on best ollection of leaves at Fair '3Sg Negro Minstrel 37 The Wind Guts Bo ' 9. ETHA LURLINE NEWTON "No where to go and all day tn get there." -PH Club '37g President of 4-H Club '37s beauty contest winner at Roaring Springs '3S: Glee Club '38, '39g 4'H Club '38, '39: SL00 for angel food cake at Fairy Home Ec. Club'39, V103 Commercial Club '39g 25c on smock athirg "The Man rn the Green Shirt" '3S: "Mamas Baby Boy" '38g "Little Miss Hitch Hiker." '38, ERNESTINB MBADOR . "Don't let education interfere with your good time." Home Ec. Club '35-'40gErIglish Club '37g Glen: '35'-391 Commercial Club '39g News Club '39. ELLA MAB TURNER "Ofhoncst worth, truly a friend." News Club 'P-7g Elizabethian' Club '37g Green Club 383 Glee Club '38, '39g Home EU. Club '40. MARVIN BROADBBNT . "His joys are as deep as the Ocean, His troubles as light as the foam." F. F.4A. Club '37f4Og Athletics Club 'SSQ Secretary and Treasurer of F. F. A. Club '40g President of Hobby Club '39g Vice president of Sophomore 'Class '38g Ad- vertising Chief of "The Wildcat" '4O'g Band '38, '39: "Aaron.Slick from Punkin Crick." 'Ng judging Contest at Louisville '39. WILLIAM CHERRY "Why worry? I never do." 4-H Club f37, '38, '39g Etiquette Club '37g Y.M.C.A. '38: Athletic Club '4Og F.F.A. Club '40i Basket ball '37"40g Baseball '37"40: "Wild Ginger" '37: "Red Headed Stepchild" '3Sg "Wild Oats Boy" '39s LUCILLE FRANCIS "Success is her's if she continues." Girl Reserves '37g Glee Club '37g Chorus 'ZHSQ Band '39g Orchestra '38, '39g Beta Club '39, '40g Vice president of class '39g Program Chairman of class '38g Treasurer of Class '4Og Secretary of- Beta Club '39g Treasurer of Beta Club '40g 'Yanki San" '37g Assistant Editor of "The XVildcat" '4O. SENIORS , MAURICE PUTRELL "A quiet tongue shows a wise head." 4'H Club '37, '38, '39, Y.M.C.A. Club '38, Athletic Club '39, F. F. A. Club '40, Negro Minstrel '37, Represented 4'H Club on judging Team at State Fair '39, Basketball '39, 5'Wild Oats Boy" '39. , ' ANNm MCATBB "We shook our heads and wondered how one girl's head could hold all she knew." Girl Reserves Club '37, '38, Citizenship Club :331 Etiquette Club '39, Beta Club '40, Pep Club Q03 Represented Algebra I in Scholastic Test at Hopkins' ville '37, Represented English '38, Represented Geom' . K X etry '39, Represented Bookkeeping '40, "YankiSan" '37-. DARDANBLLA Rnnxcic "A friend to all, and an enemy to none." Q Glee Club '37, 'B, A and B Club '38, President of A 1 and B Club '38, Dramatics Club '39, Girl Reserves Club '40, "Little Miss Hitch Hiker" '38. ' W REED Wlttmms "The men. of few tuords are the best men." F. FL A. Club '40, Boy Scout Club '37, 4'H Club '37. Q lgaseball '38, '39, Basket ball '37, '40, "The Black Cat" . 9 . . SARAH FRANCES .JONES "Soon or late, the girl who wins is the girl . who thinks she can." X 4-'H Club '37, '38, '39, Book Lovers Club '39, Illustra' torn Club '40, Class Reporter '37, Won blue ribbon, at ' fair on Biology drawing '?v8. V ' ANN ALEXANDER "The saddest words of. 'tongue or pen are, 3- Oh, exams'again!" Rug Club, Secretary and Treasurer, '40, Glee Club '38, '39, Home Bc. Club '37, Dramatics Club, President '39, Orchestra '38, '39, News Club '38, News Reporter of Glee Club '38, "Aaron Slick from Punlcin Crick" '39, "Little'Mis5 Hitch Hiker" '38, I , CHAPPBLL ALDRIDGE "I stand on the brink of a great career. Wonlt . somebody push me of?" ' Athletic Club '37, '38, Glee Club '37, A and B Club '38, Orchestra '38, Scholastic contest for Latin II '38, Operetta '38, News Club, '38, Detective Club '39, '40, Band '39, '40, Etiquette Club '40, Class Program Chair' - man '39, Busncss Manager of "The Wildat" '4O. N s ' Euzannm STEVENS "I: doesn': pay to worry, things are bound to happimt anyway." Home Economics Cl b '38, '40, Com "'l Cl b '39, N 4fH Club '59, Ciriuiiship Club '3s. m""' U JEAN Lior-rr ' V "A sweeter girl I never knew." , Girls Glee Club '37, '38, Girl Reserves Club '39, '40, gcipbCl1i5b '38, '39,-Program chairman of Girls Reserve ' u . g - E 1 I' l LAYTOILI Tucoiin - 'Tue done my duty, who dares no do more?" +H Cli1b'37. '35, rf. P. A. ci b '38,.'39, '40,C' ' . ship Club '38, Science Club '39, Athletics '3J:":s, Representative of Geometry in .Scholastic testo 'at- Holiklllsyille '38, Represented Physics '39, Pfdidlhf, of as :fees 'ez Ve presren-.... 'g ',-- nuke: ball"38, '39, V " - oo 39, '9' iw' v n 07 - ba. YL img I , Page Tbirteeh - SEN IORS ' KATHERINE SHELTON "Katherine will be remembered down through the years as a good student and a true friend." Glee Club '375'39g citizenship Club 'sag Mixed Chorus '38g Etiquette Club '39g 4-'H Club '39, '-103 Beta Club '40g Represented Debating '40g Represented Literature in Scholastic Tests at Hopkinsville '40g " The Toreadors"' '38g "Little Miss Hitch Hiker" '38g "Aaron,Slick' from Punkin Crick" '39. ' . 'DUNCAN Ross "Ashes to ashes, sand to sand, If you want a sweet boy get a basket ball man " Athletic Club '37, '38 F F A Club 40 Y M C A 38 Homin b PARRBNT' "An incessant fountain of common sense." Athletic Club fam Hi-Y club 'seg Boy seem Club '39g Glee Club '39g Neivs Club '39g IllustratorssClub '40: Scribe for Scouts '39g Patrol Leader of Scouts '39g Represented Civics in Scholastic Tests 'in 'Hopkins- ville '40: Art Editor of "The 'Wildcat' '40. FRANCES LoNG "Laughing has a catching sound: That's why we like Frances around." Glee -Club '38, '39g Pep Club '39, Dramatics Club '395 Girl Reserves Club,'40g Secretary of Girl Reserves Club '40g Assis Business Manager of "The Wild' E Cat" '4O. ATHERINE Poweu. "Thinks of the past, hopes. for the future, and takes care of the present." Beta Club '39: News Club '39g Student Government '40g Current Events Club '38g Student Council '37g Home Bc. '40g Represented Civics in Scholastic Tests at Hopkinsville '39. - GBRTRUDE BLANKS "'Don't try to estimate what s in a quiet girl Glee Club ,'37g Dramatics Club 38 39 Home Bc Club '38, '39, '-10g Program Chairman Dramancs Club '38 FRANCES HARDY "Good natured and loyal, kind hearted and true." Girl Reserves Club '39, '4Og Home Ec. Club '38, '39: Treasurer of Home Bc. Club '38g Vice presidencof Girl Reserves Club '4Og Glee Club '37, '38g Chorus 3 Th Toreadors' 3 "Little Miss Hitch Hiker" .Bin e 2.85, .Y . . N385 "Aaron Slick from Punlrin Crick" '39. TRIMBLE MAJOR' "'Why hurry, things won't start 'til we get there." Athletic Club '37g HifY Club '3Bg Boy Scouts Club '39, '-103 Glee Club '37, '39g Vice president of HifY Club '38g President of Boy Scouts.'39: Sports Editor of "The Wildcat" '40g Football 5103 Basket ball '38, '39g "Three Taps at Twelve" '40. E. F. Goonwm "He's possessed with that inexhaustible good nature which is the choicest gift of heaven." Citizenshiip Club '37g Athletic Club '37g Hobby Club '38g Preai ent of Hobby Club '39g Pr ram Chairman of Class 39: Etiquette Club 40g Baschiall '375 "Three Taps at Twelve" '40. Page Fourteen GLADYS FINNELL "A friendly heart with 'many friends." ' News Club '38g Glee Club '38g Dramatics Club '40s Vice president of-Dramatics Club '39: Secretary of' Sophomore Class '38. 1 - Q V Q SEN ICRS SMITH SIMMONS "Facts are stubborn things." 4eH Club '37g F. P. A. Club '38g Athletics and Glee Clubsg "Ten Nights In a Bar room" '37, "The Man In the Green Shirt' '38g "Mama's Baby Boy" '38g "Aunt Samanthy Rules the Roost" '39. BARBARA Bruncss ".S'2,uiet, but you always know she's there." Girl Reserves Club '38, '39g Citizenship Club '38g Beta Club '39, Glee Club '38: Chorus '38g Secretary of Class '38g Treasurer of Girl Reserves '38g "The Toreadors" l'38g "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '39g Peeping at Pickwick Through Pickwick Papers '37. VIRGINIA GUIBR "A likeable girl." Girl Reserves Club '37f'40g Secretary of Girl Reserves '385 Vice president of Girl Reserves '39g Glee Club '37-'39g Orchestra '38g Chorus '38g Typist of "The Wildcat" '4O5 "Yanlri San" '37g "The Toreadors" '38g "One Minute of Twelve" '39g "In the Money" '38g "Little Miss Hitch Hiker" '38. A jess VINSON "He studies just enough to pass. What's the use of excess? he asks." Glee Club '37, '38, '39g F. F. A. Club 3377405 Treasurer of F. F. A. Club '38g Detective Club '39: Athletic Club '38g "The Tcreadors" '38g Represented F. F. A. Club at State Fair '38. JEAN BANISTER "If jean were as large as she is' good, A circus might make her a cloak and hood." Glee Club '37, '38, '39g Orchestra '38, '39g News Club '39g Rug Club '40g Treasurer of Class '38, '39g News Reporter '39: Secretary of News Club '39g Dramatics Club '39g "Little Miss Hitch Hiker" '38g "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '39. THELMA Gurr-mm "All the time timid and shy, Can't-help but wonder why." . 4'H Club '37, '38g Citizenship Club '38: Movie Club '39g Rug Club '40g "Ten Nights in a Bar room" '37. , MARSHALL Coornn "He never his bridges 'til he gets there, in no'hurry." Scouts Club '39g Dram- Events Club '38: chairman of Wildcat" '40- Rep- And seems LURLINE Anmirocn "judge not by size, or you'll have a surprise." 4'H Club"39g Dramatics Club '39g Glee Club '39: Pep Club '39g Girl Reserves Club '40, Glee Club '38g "Three Taps at Twelve" '40g Piano Recital '37, '38. VIRGINIA Hucuns "Such a genius is rarely found, Search as you may the world around." Girl Reserves-Club '37g News Club '39g Beta Club '39, '40: 4'H Club '36f'40g A and B Club '39g Editor in'Chicf of "The Wildcat" '40: Representative at large in Student Government '40: Class President '38g Secretary A 5' B Club '39g Program chairman of Beta Club '39g Vice president of Beta Club '40, Reporter of Class '39g '40, President of 4'H Club '395- Represented in Scholastic Testsg English I and II '37g Algebra II '38g English III fi IV '40: Debate Team '4Og Gold -PH Medal in Food Preparation Contest. ' ' Roamvr BBLSI-In "He's just the quiet kind wh0's nature never varies." Hobby Club '39g Etiquette Club '40. Qxillgl ' Page Fifteen . .SENIORS JAMES M. LA1uc1Ns "I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul." F. F. A. Club '37 g Debate Club '38 5 Detective Club '39g 'Treasurer of Debate '38g President of F. F. A. '39g President of A Section '39g Poultry contest in F. F. A at Dawson Springs '393 On judging Team at Louisville '39gF. P. A. Convention Delegge '39: Chief Justiceof Executive De t. ,bf Student emment '-105 "Little Misa Hitch IElilger" '38: "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '39g Declamation Contest at Dawson Springs '38. HELEN Cmtmmss "There is nothing impossible to a girl who tries." 2 Glee Club '37, '38, '39s Home Bc. Club '38, '39: Book Lovers Club '39g "The Toreadors' '38. MAMIE BOATWRIGHT "An ideal friend in every way, the kind of girl you can't find every day." 4'H Club '37, 'BBQ Citizenship Club '3Sg Science Club '393 Etiquette Club '4O: "Aunt Samantha Rules the Roost" '37g "Ten Nights in a-Barroom" '36j "The Man in the Green Shirt" '37. JUANITA CLARK "Girls of few words are the best girls." 4'H Clubg Citizenship Club '38g Science Club '39: Etiquette Club '40: "Ten Nights in a Barroom" '37: "Mamma's Baby Boy" '38g "The Man in the Green Shirt" '37. VIRGINIA DARE THOMAS "just a good allfaround girl." Glee Club '37, '38g Girl Reserves '37"40: Orchestra '37g "One Minute of Twelve" '39g Secretary of Girl Reserves '39. ' JOHN D MINTON "A, grand leader, a managing hand: We would be proud of john D. in any la'ncl." F. F. A. '37,-'40g Athletic Club '3Bg Basket ball '37s '38g Football '39, '-10: Beta Club '39, '40g Debate Team '-10: Vice president of ,F. F. A.Club '38g Sec- retary of F. FIA. Club '39g F. F. A. Judging Team '39g Inter-Scholastic Tests in World History '38, Amer' ican History '39, General Scholastic '40g Glee Club '37g Citizenship Club '38g President of Class '39, '40: President of Beta Club '4Og President of Student Gov. '403"Little Miss Hitch Hiker" '38, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '39g "Three .Taps at Twelve" '40E Selected as best allfround boy '40. . ,MERRY HAYES I "jolly, talkative-'yet clemureg Will she adoptour Southern allure?" Home Bc. Club '37, '38, '39: Glec'Club '38, '39g Pep Club '38, '39g Girl Reserves '39, '40g Treasurer of Girl Reserves '39g "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick " '395 "The Toreadors" '38.' AUDRA LOUXSA CUNNINGHAM "Her hair is blond, her eyes are blue, her-skin is of a peachy hue. Glee Club '37, '39g Girl Reserves Club '37, '-10: Pep Club '38, '39, Treasurer of Pep Club '39: President o. Girl Reserves '40g "One Minute of Twelve" '39: "Yanki San" '37g "The Toreadors" '37g Entered in Amateur Contest '40g Poetry Reading contest '40: Interpretative Reading contest '40. CLARENCE THOMAS "Oli-hum, this day will also pass." F. F. A. Club '37-'4Og Boys Glee Club '37"39: Citilen- ehip Club '38g Detective Cluh '39. ' Bess JACKSON "Cheerful, friendly, and an all around girl .Page Sixteen . 'Z 2 SENIORS BEN T. WHITE "All great men are dead, and l'm .notfeeling so well myself." President of Class '37, '38, Secretary of HigY Club '38, Beta Club '39, '40, Physical Education Club '37, Senior Senator of Student Government '40, Sports Editor of "The Wildcat" '40, Represented Inter-Scholastic Tests at Hopkinsville for Latin II '38, U. S. History '40, Radio Speaking '40, Orchestra. '39, Violin Contest at Murray '40, "One Minute of Twelve" '39, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '39, "Three Tapsof Twelve" '4O. BLANCHE WrLsoN "Whenever work and play collide, cease play and put cold work aside." Girl Reserve Club '37, Glee Club '37, '38, '39, Home Economics '38, '39, '40, Etiquette Club '38, Chorus '38, Secretary of Junior class '39, Program Chairman of Etiquette Club, 'fAaron Slick from Punkin Crick '39, "Three Taps at Twelve" '40. MAXINE CHAMBERS "I'm a 'man hater, but the Bible says, Love your enemies." Glee Club '37, '40, Orchestra '37-'39, Rug Club '40, Girl Reserves Club '40, Girls Trio '37, "Bashful Bobby" '37, "Where's Grandma?" '37, "Miss Adventure" '38, "Black Cat'f '39, Negro Minstrel '39, MARY LEE WHITNEY "Ever loyal, ever true to the task she has to do." Glee Club '37, '38, '39, Orchestra '37, '38, '39, Rug Club '40, "Lookout Lizzie" '37, "Black Cats" '39, "Miss Adventure" '38, Negro Minstrel '39- VIRGINIA WALLACE "She's full of pep and fun, and liked by everyone." Glee Club '37, '38, '39, Rug Club '40, President of Rug Club '40, "Lookout Lizzie' '37, "Miss Adventure" '38, "Black Cats" '39, Negro Minstrel '39. R. H. UPTON, JR. - "Arid I bewitch sweet ladies with my words and looks." Glee Club '36, '37, '38, F. F. A. '37, '38, '39, '40, Movie Club '39, Athletic '38, Sec. of F. F. A. '38, Sec. of Movie Club '39, Vice President of class '37, '39, '40, State Fair representative of F. F. A. '39: Softball '37, Football '39, Basket ball '38, '39, "The Toreadors' '38, "Little Miss Hitch-Hiker" '38, "Aaron Slick from Punlrin Crick" '39, "Three Taps at Twelve" '-10. GENE MARTIN Rug Club -'39, '40, Commercial Club '37, '38, 'freasurer of Sophomore Class '35, '36, r IDA MCKINNEY "A little bit shy, alittle bit bold, but when you. want a friend she's there tenfold." Detective Club '40, Etiquette Club '40, Negro Minstrel '37, Band '37f'39, Sextet '37, Secretary and Treasurer of Class '37, Physiml Ed. '39. ' FRANCES HARRBLL "With locks flung-. back and lips apart, beautiful as a monument of Grecian art." Glee Club '37-'40, Orchestra '37, '39, Home Economics Club '40, News Club '37, '38,,Vice president of Class 'sag 'Snack cars" '39, "Miss Adventure" 'sag "Bash- ful Bobby" '37, "Look Out Lizzie", "Deacon Dubbs", Minstrels '38, '39. ED STREET, JR. "Must I study? Gee, what a waste of time." Glee Club '36, '37, '38, Hiking Club '38, Physical Education Club '37, Science Club '40, Movie Club '39, Etiquette Club '40 Vicefpresident of Etiquette Club '40, Program Chairman '40, "Aaron Slick of Punlrin Crick" '39. Page Seventeen ,MYSQ s WILLIAM McCoy "Who said that girls are smarter than boys?" 4'H Club '38, '39, Vice president of 4-H Club '38, Athletic Club '38, '39, F. P. A. Club '40, Band '40, 'Our Awful Aunt" '37, Bsssm REDDICK "I love to wind my tongue up, I love to let 'e1g0." Pep Club '38, '39, '40, Home Bc. Club '38, '39, '40, Citizenship Club '38, Dramatics Club '39,Glee Club '39. TIIBLMA THOMAS "Patience is the best remedy for every trouble." Glee Club '37"39, 4'H Club '37, Citizenship Club '38, Chorus '38, Etiquette '39, Rug Club '40, Negro Min' l6liClg3ggOPB1'CfC3 '37, Program Chairman of Citizenship u . joan Mums "He is a gentleman of rare charm when one -can coax him to talk." Science Club '37, Physical Education Club '37, Football '37, '38, '40, Basket ball '38, '39 .'40' Detective Club '39, '40, F. F. A. Club '39, '40, wifes president of Detective Club '39, Secretary of Detective Club '40, Debating Club. BARBARA THOMAS "Personality makes the girl." 4-H Club '37, Glee Club '37, Girls Quartet '37,.Chorus '37, Music of Ap reciation '38, Etiquette Club '39, Rug Club '40, Program Chairman. of class '39, Treasurer of Class '39, Secretary of Class '40, Negro Minstrel '37, Operetta '38, "Little Miss Hitch Hiker" '38, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" '39. TIZIOMAS ,Mamas "In everything he's up -to par, But in football he's a stan" Science Club '37, Athletic Club '38, Citizenship Club . '38, P. F. A. '39, Detective '39, '40, Basket ball'38, '39, '40, Football '38, '39, '40, Kitten Club '40, JAMES STEWART "Success is his if he corltirtuesf' Softball '37, Citizenship Club '38, Athletic Club '38, ' 'Little Miss Hitch Hiker"'38, Science Club '39, "Aaron Slick from Punkin Criclr".'39, Etiquette Club, President '40, 'Three Taps at Twelve" '40, JULIA LIGHT "Full of pepand never blue, she always has a smile for you." Glee Club '38, Pep Club '38, '39, Glee Club '37, Girl Reserves Club '39, Home Bc. Club '38, '40, Secretary of Pep Club '39. IIETTIE ADAMS ."A girl worth knowing." English Club '37, Glee Club '37, '38, Citizenship Club '38, F. F. A. '39, Detective '39, '40, Basket ball '38, , '39, '40, Football '38, '39, '40, Kitten Club '40. ' AUBREY Woonnuss I I "Talks as much as he reads." Physical Bd. '37, Movie Club '39, Citizenship Club '38, Athletic Club '37, F. F. A. club '39, '40, Glee Club '37, '38, 'Basket ball '38, Captain of Football '39, Football '39, '40, . X- t ' , Ll Y Page Eighteen as Q: .ar-1 ff 95, ..,. . M. . . J ' i .ur , , X f LFE , 33: i I fall . 511-1 fer .af ' 'VIRGINIA ADAMS EUNICB Hownu. BROWN Post graduate in commercial work "We are remembered by what we -do." A and B Club '37g Rug Club '4Og Book Lovers Club '39g 4'H Club '37i Glee Club '37, '38, '39, '401 Chorus '38g "Little Miss Hitch Hiker" 'SSQ "Aaron Slick from Pun' kin Crick" '39s Negro Minstrel '37: Represented in Scholastic Contests al: Hopkinsville, Bookkeeping '39, English '37, Biology '3S. ' j SENIOR CLASS HISTORY It was in 1936, that a freshman class embarked on many ships for a cruise on the sea of knowledge. Fiftyf eight of these freshmen were destined to meet on the new ship, T. C. H. in 1937 as sophomores. After, the ship had set sail a few miles the passengers got into the swing of its life, they organized clubs and selected their captain and nrst matef They also participated in many performances perhaps the most important being the sophomore play, "Little Miss Hitch Hiker." During their freshman and sophomore years they had accomplished some of the most difiicult tasks and had mastered some of their hardest subjects. In'1938 when the class returned as first class passengers they were pleased to see the ship more beautiful with many new passengers. This was the year that the fun and the work really began. The passengers succeeded in making their ship' the best that had ever sailed the seven seas. More activities were enjoyed. A band and a football team were organized with members of the junior class taking important parts in each. The junior play was a wonderful performance and the' JuniorfSenior Banquet clirnaxed the events of the entire year. With the strains of "Anchors Aweigh" the seniors started their final dash for their home port. They began the year with more responsibility realizing that they were weighing their anchors for life. Ship life was enjoyed all the more. More and more things were accomplished. Prizes and trophies were won, showing that the ship was becoming famous. Near the end of the year the senior play, "Three Taps at Twelve," was presented and the junior class entertained them with a lovely banquet. When the senior class of 1940 anchored safely on shore, they numbered seventyfone passengers all of whom had great ideas for themselves. Many planned to cruise further on the sea of knowledge stopping at ports where they had failed to venture before and we are sure that everyone will wish them Bon Voyage. FRANCES LoNc Page Nineteen CLASS WILL We, the members of the Senior Class of 1940, having been declared mentally sound Cthis statement is not Ogenl to questionj, do now make and publish this, our last will and testament, in order, as justly as -we may, to distribute our interests in the world among succeeding men and women. We, the Seniors, bequeath our Senior privileges to the Juniors and seriously hope that they may obtain more. We, the Seniors, bequeath to our beloved Alma Mater, our sincere affection, our deepest reverence, our hearti, est gratitude, and the whole unlimited wealth of our eternal memory. I 'We, the Seniors, bequeath to the Sophomores two more pleasant years ? ? ? of high school and three more to the Freshmen. We, the Seniors, bequeath a little peace to the teachers, we hope. , PERSONAL WILLS I, Robert Belshe, bequeath my quiet ways to Charline jones, who can make excellent use of them. ' I, Virginia Hughes, bequeath my position as editor of "The Wildcat" to anyone having plenty of leisure, a strong right arm, and a gift of gab, because all of these are assuredly needed. I, Ed'Street, bequeath my Scholastic record to Carl Wright in hope that he makes good use of it. I, E. F. Goodwin, bequeath my book on etiquette to all students in Miss McDowell's Study Hall, so they will not get upon the floor and talk without permission as I have done, I, Lurline Aldridge, bequeath my Bookkeeping Set to anyone who can make it balance. I, Franceb Harrell, ibequeath my soprano voice to Margueriette Jones who is going to need it to call Sam Wheeler. I, james Larkins, bequeath my place in the F. F. A. to anyone who wants it. I, Virginia Wallace, bequeath my ever friendly ways to everyone. I, Thomas Myers, bequeath my position on the football team to Hugh Porter. - ' I, Maxine Chambers, bequeath Hugh Porter to Mary CS.T.J Redd, on the condition that she will take as good care of him as I have done. I, Bzssie Reddick, bequeath my technique of courting in school to Sidney "Cassanova" Allen. I, john Myers, do will and bequeath my winning ways with the teachers to Stan White, who is already making progress. I, Allene Bridges, bequeath my excess fat to Millard Griiiin, 'who certainly needs it. I, Ben White, do will and bequeath my "Monday Morning Blues" to anyone who has a delight for sleeping on Monday. I, john D. Minton, bequeath my ability to debate to Kenneth Cameron, and hope he will win many more debates before he graduates. Page Twenty I, Bess Jackson, bequeath my insatiable appetite to Dorothy Grey, so that she may gain a few more pounds, as I have done. I, R. H. Upton, bequeath to all the students the right to pursue any Trigg County girl with matrimonial intentions, myself' having picking choice. I, Lucille Francis, will my money sack to the Treasurer of the junior Class. I, Barbara Thomas, do will:-and bequeath Amy typing ability to Agnes Wilson. I, Chappell Aldridge, do bequeath my height to Wallis Clark. I, Trimble Major, bequeath my masculine handsomeness to Ed Headly, and hope that he makes good use of it. I, Aubrey WoodruH", do will and bequeath my ability to get a straight "A" record to Martha Morris. I, Audra Cunningham, do bequeath my blonde hair to Mary CS.T.D Redd. I, Jean Martin, do bequeath my ability to get my English by fair means or foul to Mae Minton. I, Homer Parrent, do bequeath my cartooning ability to Frances Freeman. I, Layton Tuggle, bequeath my ability tc give the wrong answer in class and stand by it to Ray Stephens. I, james Stewart, bequeath my ability to understand Miss Henson's questions to Mary Bannister. I, junior Broadbent, bequeath my musical, QD voice to Carl Turner. I, Douglas Mize, bequeath my ability to play the piano to Iviiss Franklin, who needs it. I, Blanche Wilson, bequeath my ability to get along with the male population of this institution to Elaine Baker. We, john, Myers,.Homer Parrent, Trimble Major, Thomas Myers, and john D. Minton, leave our membership in the Bachelors' Club to J, D. Mitchell, Hugh Porter, Sidney fCasf sanovaj Allen, Walter E. Porter, and Ted Sills. CLASS PROPHECY "IVhe'n I dept into the future far as human eye could seep Saw the 'vision of the world and all the wonder that would befp' As Tennyson once said, so did I when I peered into my crystal globe. I took it in my hand and gazedinto its depths until like magic I saw a ship, a huge vessel, launched. John D. Minton was captain giving orders to his crew. This liner was skillfully. sterred by the helmsman, Thomas Myers, with the assistance of the engineers, Robert Belshe and R. H. Upton, Jr. The deck was filled with passengers among whom I saw james Larkins, the world's greatest orator and his wife, formally Ann Alexander. The hostess of this liner, Frances Hardy was cheerfully entertaining Ken' tucky's poet laureate, Allene Bridges and the famousartists, Homer Parrent, Virginia Hughes and Sarah Frances Jones. I saw employed in the educational department, Gertrude Blanks and Ernestene Meador as Home Economics teachers, along with Jean Light, Mamie Boatwright and Jean Bannister as waitresses. In the commercial department were the fastest typists, Lurlene Aldridge, Elizabeth Nunn, Barbara Thomas, Francis Harrell, Bessie Reddick, Thelma Guthrie, Hettie Adams and Lurlene Newton with their instructor, Aubrey Woodruff: Next I saw the librarian, Helen Childress, distributing agriculture yearbooks to Jess Vinson, Marvin Broad- bent, Jr., Layton Tuggle, William Cherry, MauricelFutrell, William Harrell, Clarence Thomas and Douglas Mize, professional farmers. I turned my globe around. Then I saw a form dressed in white who happened to be Ben White the world's most famous -surgeon. I saw nurses there also, among whom were Katherine Shelton, Ella Mae Turner, Dar' danella Reddick, Thelma Thomas, Ida McKinney, Katherine Powell and Elizabeth Stevens. Turning my globe again I looked upon the shops brilliantly lighted. One I remember was a beauty shoppe with Mary Lee Whitney and Juanita Clark, as operators. I also saw the stenographers, Gladys Finnel, Jean Martin, Maxine Chambers, julia Light and Blanche Wilson working in the television department. Then I saw the Theatre, owned by Reed Williams, The play I remember was "Macbeth," When the curtain rose, to my delight the actors were Audra Cunningham and Duncan Rose playing the roles of Lady Macbeth and Macbeth. Then out on the stage came Chappell Aldridge, the comedian in the role of the King's fool. The music staff of this theatre consisted of the renowned pianists, Barbara Bridges and Virginia Guier with Merry Hayes as soloist. Among those vacationing I recognized the following of the Trigg County High Faculty, Smith Simmons, Virginia Wallace, James Stewart, Marshall Cooper and Virginia Dare Thomas. I also saw the two great scientists, Ed Street and Trimble Major. I was delighted by the swimming race between the strongest athletes, E, F. Goodwin, William McCoy, John Myers and Hezzie Turner. Those enjoying these sports were: Bess world's best known horse trainer and Frances Long, the song composer. Then as quickly as it came the vision vanished and I, puzzled and astonished, was gazing into emptiness. Lgcrrts FRANCIS .,-.. , Page Twenty-one nm ss ,mx as mm ss BS M WE ,ig in mn s ss sw: an sw mugs ms mm an H B B H 5? 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' 'Ben Q U Sun 2.0!-P5 ' .f ,Q V C- f J 3 X li '5FiE1f.5?:iIu1' Iv 'f ITE? Sponsors: f I MRS. MASON MR. PERDUE Mas. WILMURTI-I :I1.,."P R JUNIOR CLASS Amos FREEMAN MARTHA MORRIS VIRGINIA THOMAS ' MARY BANIs'rER WALLIS GRAY P-rggfdgm: VicefPresident Secretary Treasurer ' Editor MARVIN SILLS ELIGI3 GREENHILI. ANNA FUTRELL AGNES WILSON 1. H. ALLEN TIIELMA BANISTER CI-IARLINE joNEs TED SILLS ELAINE BAKER S " 4. .... A 5 Y A5 I 'Q. Page Twenty-six fi .Q R JW ROBERT HITE LACY ALLEN ED GREEN 7 'e':15"?v . W , . 2.4, Q. ' 'X 'f if: 1 IJ" L 1- 'LI I, 5 -I , L A . j HAZEL MITCHELL MARTHA HARDX RUTH GRAY RAY STEPHENS MAI: MXNTON 'HARVEY SIZEMORE ' ' M V A I , .. P: , . M . " mf an JOHN GRIGSBY V MILDRED FUTRELL KENNETH CAMEKON MILLARD GR1EExN CARL WRIGHT DOROTHA GRA! CLEVELAND VIER ANN THOMAS EARL RANDOLPH MILDRED CAMERON' UN IOR 'CLASS JOE GRAHAM MILDRED TOWLER W. E. PORTER ROBERT L. GORDON ROBERT P. CARR we -Q6 T I . , "5 5' fwf- -irmgqf ' ,L Tjzw, ', W '?xfi"W,eu- '- Q-x:1.L .av- j ww 1 i I V NI yt U. 1 ..fi1,..gf'.f "1 , . Y VIONA TURNER ' TOMMY FOURSHEE WESLBY BAKER MARIE BRIDGES HELEN HARC-Is FRANK MILLER. CAMKLA WILLIAMSON ROBERT MCGOY FLOYCLARK CLARENCE NEWTON KATHLEEN SIMMONS HENRY WOLEE CARLEITA KELLER MARGARET OLIVER GENE HARDY T , R . 1 L : ,,, aw ,ff ,EL ,riff A uv. A . sf A ,- - ' 4 V . R fit. . .a-2 -""'- H , I-71.1 '4 L. 1. ' MV? - , 'xv M557 NXQQ Wx, fu " W: 1 V -- M Q if 3 ' 'ij ' 45 A vi 9. I v..: . E 53 I 1 T Page Twentyhseven 'fa ' "LP"V 1' -vi SARAH NEWTON CHARLENB 'MALCOLLI HoPsoN NELLI1: S'r.ALLoNs HAROLD Mizz Aucxz LITCHFIELD EUNI61! DUNN ACUNNINGHAM ROBERT RANQOLPH MAMHA MASHBURN REBBOCA MAS:-:BURN J. D. M1TcHnLL J. M. Towmu NELL CALHOUN GRACIE Hurcx-nNsoN Amos BRIDGES Hucu Ponrnn ' Locum: GARDNER Smrgnv ALLEN Q mm 'FQ " - T m . M 35. 1? A' fw- - 4: ' My V 2 5 , ,nam 7 , if ' V ' , M , , A ' IN MEMORIAM - DecemberAl8, 1923 - February 16,1940 Page Twentyieigbl 5 N 11. Third '1'eamg2. Size DOCS11'I Bother Themg 3. Surroundedg 4. Riding Highp 5. Smilesg 6. Noon Hoqig 7. Harclyf Porterg 8. Dangerous Chawjactersg 9.'Palsg 10. Football Herog 11. Hi!g 12. Not Real.Loveg 13. We See Your Legg 14. Son Will Be Madg 15. Hold Itg 16. Boots Without A Saddleg,17. E'ne'rgetic?'? ?g 18. Resting Easyg 19. Doodle 5 20. True Loveg 21. Hold Him, Givleg 22. Two Catsg 23. We Love Our Teachers. I. A Page Twenty-nine x WTA 1. just Morejuniorsg 2. The Allen Boys: 3. just Aliceg 4. Hold Tightg 5. What A Footg 6. Happy Gangg 7. Watch Those Hardy Girls Gog 8. Caughtg 9. Tau Name Itg 10. The Fake Love Ajjairg 11. Peaches and Plumsg 12. Bm' nette and Blonclg 13..Ca-n You Imagine A junior Ever Being That Small?g 14. Marthag 15 , The junior "T" Men 16. "Ruthie"g 17. She just Carft Be Stillg 18. Four of A Kindg 19. 'Young Loveg 20. A New Love A-fairy 21. Whose Leg?g 22. Our Presidentg 23. just Marrled. Page Thirty n -,.,.--1" 'i10Phon1opg5 f 1 N- . gil if 4" f' fl v g , , 'iv l l .1-1-1 ,-1.--11 Y, ,...., President u . VicefPresident f Secretary . . Treasurer . Cheer Leader Sponsor . . Page Thirty-twq , SOPHOMGRE A Officers . JUNIOR BANNISTER MARY LOYD BLAKELEY . .A REBECCA HUGHES . . KENNETH HoEsoN' . . .ELSIE JACKSON . MRS. TED -BUSH V- V M., ,, M., ,.,w,,, AE ,,,,,fE W up-,gm-1 my H E E .,..A. ..-,.., I I RSOPHOMORE B Back row, left to right: NORRIS OAKLEY, DENNIS TUGGLE, MALCOLM RIGGIN, GERALD SUMNER, UEAL STEWART, JAMES ROGBRS,,ROBERT PHILLIPS. ' Third row, left to right: MYRTLBNE' TIMMONS, Miss HENSON, sponsor, POLLY SMALL, treasurer, MARY ANN ROGERS, MILLOWDEAN RAMEY, LOUISE MASHEURN, DIMPLEVSTALLONS, MARGARINB MIzE,,IvA LEE MORRISON GERTRUDE THOMAS, NACY SANDERS. 9 Second row,' left to right: DEAN PIERQY, president, MACY OAKLEY, JOHN BELL MASON, secretary, LENA MAE RYE, STANLEY WHITE, JEAN WHITE. S First row, left.to right: EDITH STEVENS, CARL TURNER, FRANCES STREET, program chairman, IUEL WADE, TISIQIE SHELTON, HERMAN MITCHELL, MAXINE SCOTT, CHAPPBLI.I REDD, REBECCA REDD. ' Page Thirty-three I I ,-Q -.1.:. iw Page Thirty-four SOPHOMORE "A" SLANG I MALLIE ADAMS-Rolls her eyes down Maggie- way. JAMES ALEXANDER-The girl's ideal man. VIRGINIA ALLEN-Likes P and G soap. DOLLY ARMSTRONG-The angel of the Sophomore class. EDITH BANISTER-Always has the latestwcoiffure. JUNIOR BANISTER-Tall, dark, and handsome. I JOHN BLAKELEY'-IS thinking of changing his name to "W'hire." MARY L. BLAKELEY-The Governor of our class. KATHERINE BOYDi.lAlCXdHd6Tl5 Ragtime Band." ' G. D. BRIDGES1Th6 Biology wizard. I IRA BRIDGES'ThC class bookworm. Jon' BRIDGBSQNCUCT expresses his opinion. LOUISE BRIDGES-WOuld like to be a -"Thomas," MAI.I.1E BRIDGES-The Army wife. CHARLES CAMERON-WOuld like to have a "DoI.I.Y" JAMES CHOATE-The quietest Sophomore boy. JODIE DAVIS-Confucius say he talk too much. HAYDON DYER'Th8 Znd Rubinojf and his violin. HOUSTON FRANCIS-"Polly wants a cracker." FRANCES' FREEMAN'-A' redfheads "Blonde," FRANCES GRAY-The Grouch Box. EDWIN HAIQREI.-Red-headed Romeo. JAMES HAMMONDS'-OUT Future Farmer. EDD HEADLEY'-PT6fC78 brunettes to redfheads. ANN HBNDERSON1IUSE call her"'Crutch." WILLARD HENDERSON-TIS a- regular night owl. KENNETH HoPsoN-Would like to be a freshman. REBECCA HUGHESTThC smartest Sophomore girls ELSIB JACKSON-MQSI popular Sophomore girl. MAYNARD JOINER'CdU never work his Algebra. MARQUERIETTE JONES-OUT Primadonna. TI-IELMA JONES'-'IS everybody's friend. PAULINE KIREY-"Detroit Bound." for Christmas HAzEI.,LANcAsTEn-Thinks Sunday is the best day in the week. EL0XS'LYG'HT1IS as quiet as a mouse. NBOMIA LITCHFlELD"'IS fond of a "Junior" EDDIE MAJOR-A prospect for . . . ? V MARTHA MALONE'HOUSf0HlS oneftime curly headed cutie. DoUGI.As ALLEN-Likes HALL., the girls. JLIANITA CRISPiPTCIIiCSI girl of the Sophomore class. UKRAZY KRACKSH ABOUT 'THE SOPHOMORE "B's" Louise Mashburn thinks she will be a mailfcarrier when she graduates as she gets so much experience here. John Bell Mason in the future will be the main attraction among the girls of T. C. H. Jr. Mitchell thinks he can take it on the football Held,-We hope ,sol ! He's been a grand student, we would hate to lose him! ! Margarine and Magdalene Mize are Hne examples of what students should be. When will Macy Oakley and Iva Lee Morrison fight for the heavyweight championship? We wonder why our bass singer, Norris Oakley, blushes all the time? The one and only flower innour class-"Sweet William" Perry. ,We wish Robert Phillips wouldumake up his mind about quitting school so we could stay in one seat long enough to feel at home. Millowdecm Ramey and Dean Piercy have something in common. We see "Red"!-Chappell Redd, Rebecca Redd, and Mary Redd. Is Gerald Sumner going to beat "Goober" Riggirfs time? ?'? In, parades the Sophomore banner looms high-James Rogers carries it. We are proud of Mary Ann Rogers who recently won an essay contest. 'Lena Mae Rye and Myrtlene Timmons are typical gadabouts! Do Nacy Sanders and Carl Turner really smoke pipes? ? That's a very significant bracelet Ray gave Maxine Scott. Tishie Shelton iiddles! The "Three Musketeers"-and incidentally flute players-Pollie Small, Frances Street and Jean White Dimple Stallons and Gertrude Thomas look meek . . . but! ! ! Edith Stevens is the next "Texas Daisy"-in boats! We are well represented in opportunity period by "Peck" Stewart and Dennis Tuggle. The gem of our class -juel Qjewelj Wade. We really don't see how Douglas Wallace has lived through the year taking tivo subjects under Mr. Mac' When 'you hear the "Cadiz Dinky" pull out you can be sure Stan White is on it. ' Maestro John Woodruff will soon be second only to Jimmy Dorsey. And last-but not least ! ! We wonder just who keeps the path hot between the picture show and the home of our sponsor, Miss FRANCES HBNSON. -Page Thirty-five Jw. H21 ' --M lll m ...T me ' 1 In vu K E lil an . 1? we Q if sa fs. Egan mmgfhihma git?-.2'k,' " -. nj f. .,.L.m., . ,. A M W Bmw nf ss LL: E l , ., H mm Q E-ss Q ,Q f H we Q 5 X -me was 1. Old Maid's Circleg 2. Heavy Weight Champions: 3. just Friendsg 4. Ratmg, and Howlg 5. Pipevsg 6. just Girlsg 7. Our Spfmsorg 8. Mixed Gathefingg 9. Rough Neclgsg 10. Cheer Leaderg 11. Musiciang 12. just Pals- yeah g 13. What Againk 14. Buddiesg 15. Dead End Kidsg 16. Posingg IT HitchfHike'rs. ' Page Thirty-six 5 Fr-R5-QHMAH X xfifx jfhbfq' E l X f XJ ' 0 "ff I, ff' A, xg' ff! 'ii :gimmi- ..--. I I. 41 Aj x Q 'X 44, Bs xl-- I fi ,C W iff' K ,ff ,,--en 4, X X L if X x ,MP ADAMs,. LILLIAN NELL ALLEN, 'EVA DAL BRYANT, DOROTHY BAKER, JAMES BRAME, RICHARD BURGEss, BILLY CROET, OTHELIA CAMERON, DURWOOD CAMERON, J. W. CAMERON, MARY GRACE CLARK, WALLIS COLEMAN, CARRIEELLE COOPER, JEANNE CRISP, TOMMIE DUNN, CHESLEY Page Thirty-eight Mug. FRESHMEN DUNN, ETHBLINE DYER, KENNETH EZELL, HILLARD FELTNER, MARGARET FINLEY, NELL FORD, MEELLE FUTRELL, TOM GILL, JEAN HARRELL, EDGAR HENDERSON, CHARLES HINSON, LILLY HINSON, ROBERT HOPSON, W. J. HOPSON, VIRGINIA JEFFERSON, CLIFFORD JONES, CHARLES JONES, JOLLY OLIVER, MURL NOEL, NAOMI PARRENT, JACKIE PHILLIPS, LXLLIAN PORTER, DOROTHY RAMBY, MAGDALINE RYE, VAN LAYTON SIMMONS, STEWART, STEWART, TIMMONS, TOWLER, WALTERS, NOVA RAYMOND EDITH OLA PAULINE MORENE JACKIE PARRBNT CLASS PRESIDENT Best Lonki-ng Boy LUCILLE ARMSTRONG SPONSOR EDITH STEWART Vvxcs PRESIDENT Student Government Prettiest Girl DOROTHY BRYANT VAN LAYTON RYE Wicries: Girl Winies: Boy lm ,W J asu- , A :L . MARGARET FBLTNER W. J. HOPSON Bess Span Nnu. FINLBY CLASS SECRETARY Mnst P0pular'Gi1l Cheer Leader 1 E. L. MASON SPONSOR ANNUAL STAFF Best Sport Best AllfAr0u'nd Girl EDGAR HARRBLL STUDENT COUNCIL Most Popular 'Boy CLASS TREASURER Page Thirty-nine Mi ,QERW , , EA , Imjw, ' EEE EEL, EE: M, EE 1 .AHEAD'-1E??4,..,.AEg,,,,,E A EIGHTH GRADE LORENE ALEXANDER, J. D. ALLEN, MORRIS AUDAS, ADRIAN BOYD, HAYDON CAMERON, JEAN CAMERON, JIMMIE CUNNINGHAM, MARSHALL DEVlNE, ANN EGERTON, DORIS ELLIS, BARBARA FUTRELL, REX GARLAN, CHRISTINE GARNETT, MAE GARNETT, MARY RUTH GOODB, GORDON GRAY, VIRGINIA GRAY, ROBERT GRIGSI-IY, JUANITA HITE, KARLTON HOPSON, LUCIAAQ KENNEDY, FRANIQ MOATEE, JEAN MITCHELL, MABELLE MITCHELL, LUCILLE MIZE, LONNIE MORRIS, ANN PARRBNT, JACKIE PENNEBAKER, EARLY PERRY, CHARLENE STALLONS, EUNICE STEWERT, ELMBK STINSON, CHRISTINEXSUMNER, FRANCES THOMAS, TOM VINSON, MARY NELL WADE, LUCY WADLINGTON, LACY WALLACE, MARY WHITE, DAVE WRIGHT, CHARLINE KEREY. Page Forty a N HTH!! 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Y - I W . . - SEVENTH GRADE JAMES ADAMS, RAYETTA AUDAS, CORA MAE BAKER, MARGARET BLIEDT, SAM BOYD, KIEDELL BRIDGES, DOLOREs CRISP, -TOMMY CUNNINGI-IAM,-MARY PHIL EGERTON, HOWELL FINLEY, MASON FINLEY, MARY FRANCES FUTRELL, CAROLYN GLENN, DAN HILLMAN, ANN IONES, HELEN KENNEDY, LYSEETH LONG, MANTHUE MARTIN, DORIS JEAN MINTON, REUEEN MORRIs, NANNIB MYERS, ROBERT BENTLEY PIBRCY, JOI-INsONfSADI.ER, PATTY SMALL, CLELAND SMITH, ELTAS TIMMONS, FRANK WADLINGTON, FRANCES WHITB,' JENETTE WHTTB, LUCY TERRY WHITE. President . . . Vice President . . . Secretary 59" Treasurer Best Allfaround girl . Best Allfarouncl boy . Most Popular girl . . Mos: Popular boy . . Best Looking girl . Best Looking boy . Wittiest girl . . Wittiest boy . Page F arty-xwo Sponsors JOSBPHINE FRANKLIN, JAMES SMOOT Ojicers Outstanding Students Cheer Leaders CAROLYN GLENN, ELIAS WADE TIMMONS MARY FRANCES-FUTRELL . 'ELIAS WADE TIMMONE . . LUCY TERRY WHITE MARY FRANCES FUTRELL . ELIAS WADE TIMMONS . . . . FRANCES WHITE ROBERT BENTLEY PIEROY . . . . FRANCES WHITE . . . CLELAND SMITH . MARY PHIL EGERTON . . . . MASON FINLEY - AML-., -,R f 1 'n tg i .1 , 2,5 I ,ul '. vg S ff,-. . f Q 4 "iff Jwof fbxrm Q 3 1 if Q' A li N - if ,Q .. A 'fm 2 2, ,,,, I Wk Zz? KWSN "wax W- M AX ,H J ff X g 4? RWM, ? f fl, gf 5 3 X f 5 ' 2 1 f Q 5 Q j Q.. 5 -We JZ? - me A f , -15,1 5 A 9. - vf J A UPTON Back J. MYERS 1 Center W. PORTER Guhrd Page Forty-four -un-v. .NSS 5"i - -.X 5 X X- -.. h ww.-- , .NN-Rs FOOTBALL H. PORTER Back- CaptL Elect PERDUE Coach MINTON Tackle -4 A. WOODR'UFF Back T. MYERS Back Caps. FREEMAN End I w X +L. - , V., ' 'BW X ix Q, ssx X 'S X 5x X . x W FOOTBALL SIDNEY ALLEN T. SILLS IVIAJOR End Back Back TUGGLE STEPHENS, FOURSHEE Guard Cenm Guard M. Sn.Ls GREEN F. FREEMAN Tackle End - 'Tackle Page F any-five -ash . 7 2 Left to Tlgl1!2'B0l'f01Yl row, HARRELL, WHITE, GRIGEEY, Tuoouz, HAMILTON, Hovsou, CAMBRONQ Second row, GRAHAM, Rrcoms, STBNSON, WALLACE, JONES, MITCHELL, OAKLEY, L. ALLENQ Third raw, M. S1LLs, S. ALLEN, GREEN, STEPHENS, A. FREEMAN, F. FREEMAN, UP-ron, T. MYERS, Woonnurr, Fourth row, FOURSHEB, H. PoR'rER, L. TUGGLE, MINTON, W. PORTER, J. MYER, MAJoRs, T. SU.Ls, COACH PERDUE- FOOTBALL The 1939 "Wildcats" of Trigg County High in their second year of football and their first as a West Kentucky Conference member acquited themselves with honor. Although winning only two games of ten played they proved no easy mark for any team and at the close of the season their record showed the greatest margin of defeat to be two touchdowns and that to Mayfield 13fO the eventual Conference winner. In scoring 73 points against 87 for the opponents in ten games the "Wildcats" showed an almost impregnable defense while their offense was proven to be weak probably due to lack of experience. However with ten returning lettermen and a wealth of promising material coming up from the "B" squad prospects look bright for a winner next fall. I Lost to the squad of '40 will be the following graduating seniors' each of whom has given a good account of himself in every game played. We will miss you but we will never forget' you. john D. Minton,.Aubrey WoodruH:, R. H. Upton, john Myers, Thomas Myers, Trimble Iviajor, and Layton Tuggle. Page F orly-six i .11 i -- .ii1.T. N -Y? ska X Fi ftb District Champs b ROSE SILLS GRAHAM Guard Forward Cenrcr CHERRY FREEMAN Forward Forward GREEN PERDUE ALLEN Center Coagh Guard, Capt. ,Page Forty-seven i .9, ' V l 'S . ,.-. VA' Q-' .. Left to right: Bottom row, GREEN, Fmzizmoug Rosle, 'Poarzzig Cmzxuw, Sitts, GRAHAMQ Second row, Wnrrn, S. ALLEN,ALBXANDER, WALLACE, MASON: Top 1'OW,. CoAcH Pnxoue, BANNISTER, Rrcolms. BASKET BALL TEAM The Trigg County High "Wildcat" basket ball team enjoyed the best season' in the three year life of Trigg County High. - They not only won eighteen games of twenty-four played but topped the regular season play by defeating their arch rivals Kuttawa 3865 in the Fifth District Hnals to become for the first time the chain' pious of their district and its representative in the Regional at Madisonville. Many things could be said of this edition of the "Wildcat" basketeers but nothing would serve better than to say,' ifAll Trigg County is proud of you and what you haveaccornplished as a part of it." Seven letters were given inbasket ball and with five of these returning for next season Trigg County High should again be in the public eye. Rose and Cherry are lost by graduation and we willmiss them at all times but still look forward-to having back suchexperienced performersas Sills, Graham, Allen, Freeman and Green and as a long range forecast- expect an even more successful season in 194041. 1 Page Forty-eight 4... , :mm ' :,' , igggggggiimia, uh E 3,558 ,.. , ' 1 Eiiwyf' ea C Q 0 ?' gwm?' W E 55115 X Q3 M fi, I isa Q Q 2 ,, . is a Q. W X5 Q ,Q Wi ' Fisxif Mm - - X gsm, 1 gg an .,... Y X ' my g W 5 ' dw in if A " M if f ff num mm vm E Q mx mf BE Ewa 1:3 1 'fs H is W is E . 1 2 : ,A Eggs 5 :.: 4EE:::::5:-P In 5 .. .E::::.:. ::: Q M , , H zzz , 5 , pn :,:, :.: PQQEEE . iii -I , W z sig ..:.5: gf . A ,Q ' Q' H Q Q Vfia - 'Q 'W' Spiga " 'I W ? ' S Sf SE ms 'W ming: 'egg ggi 555 3 E EH S A g , 1 xg-Wy :gif f D ' , S2 E A , 2 , -pw gag, gg, , :::.,., .. mmm 7,3253 Vw, AEM H me --5 Q53 E w 5 A, SEL aw ,Ii 1, if Mi 33 ang aw 52? :5: g: 'lf 'f:.QfQ.:.:.:. 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Wildcats 21 Wildcats 30 Wildcats 23 Wildcats 35 FOOTBALL SUMMARY . . . . .. Murray 6 Wildcats40 . . . : . . . Princeton 6 Wildcats 6 . . . . . Mayfield 13 Wildcats 13 . . . . . ...... Dawson 13 Wildcats 6 . . . . . . . . ...... Providence 7 Wildcats 7 . .. . . . . TOTAL POINTS 'Wildcats 73 Opponents 91 Individual Scoring . . . 44 points T. Major . . . . 13 points W. E. Porter . . . 6 points T. Sills . . BASKET BALL SUMMARY Lmronzo Wildcats22...... . . Howell 15 Wildcats'40 . . . .. . .'Cobb 19 Wildcats26. . . . . Hopkinsville 16 Wildcats'25 . . . . . . . Crofton 21 Wildcats 30 . . . . . Murray Tr. 21. Wildcats 35 . . . . : 'Friendship 10 Wildcats 42 . . . . Q . Marion 20 Wildcats 39 . . . . . Kuttawa 48 Wildcats 47 . . . District Tournament Games . . ....... 'Cobb 21 Wildcats 35 .... . . 'Wildcats ss . L .7 .... Kuttawa as FINAL Regional Tournament Games Wildcats 19 ............ Hanson 26 . . Elkton 0' . . Fulton 13 . . . Clay 0 . . . Russelville 20 . . . Marion 13 . . 6 points . . '2 points . . A2 points .- . S.Fork 19 . . Princeton 18 Farmersville 33 . . .Kuttawa 28 . . . . Crofton 33 Hopkinsville 18 .. . . S.Fork32 Farmersville 45 . . Marion 20 Friendship 30 TDTAL POINTS Wildcats 693 . . . Opponents 572 Per Game: Wildcats 30 . . . Opponents 25 Individual Scoring Sills . . . .... 250 Rose . . . Graham. . . . . . . 125 Allen: . . . . Cherry . . ....... . . 115 Freeman ..... . . . Green . . ...,.. A .... . 14 Page Fifty . . 114 '. 48 . is 0 Zfdzfwz Page Fifty-two AU' DRUM MAJORS cg so Tk gif-.fab ak ,--af Sli'-. Tri g g County Hi gb Band i4 Page Fifty-fbree 9 avg mw- ms Jw H ,E , H , H xhw if SWE ,ms H wg K t E ,Z xggmp W ,gm W M :mn ,K :E , . gimme HN rmwm , BHK HX ,w QW , 5 H Tw 1.81 nm' -A 5- H H mm V Ramsa- Nm E X ma W , f mx w.m .gs N lg ggimmm 'KH B .AF ' .Hx nm lagam' was vm , , H fag W ,gm , ffm . ,mm my VER. gm-an www. was " Qwwm ww, ww ' -am. was f XE ' EN R . F Page Fiftyffour HE mm' H32 PM ms sa gs . w ss ns- -ea ww E m E n 4 95 E - 1? J 1 :L " '1 ' Clarinet A Quartette sn.. E, Mm , sf nm :W x 3 Flute Trio :ss K ss s ' m-Q use a in 'CANE W ,E w wk . X311 l ww ,I X wlmwtgg 1 K 1 'Em ,,,'. Nm Wm-4 Ai aw Q gig jf E - ss Sp H, Zi, ,, , Me.: WEA AES?- Sal FV ., ' ff: , ,,,.. . E K E ssl-F2'w?5 nf maxim .gf- ,Q . , ... -2 ' 'ri 5' ji1sv gg ' 5 W ,-wf Em? fm.- A-5 , ' fu 16:55:14- zlir ' A M si"-Q if H Q fi' ff' 'QS ,V .mc .g k ,. faux: :Z 'fffi . IV mg- " '1 fa' ia".-2:1 w' 5" " SQL fggzpfr- 1 -!'5'i53!x :Q igviz X -'.::E.,1g:. '15-FW" ' 1:1 - x -mg? if 'KWUE ,'3 C if fs Ti . 'f 'VW W. - ,u.. mf. g 53515-F, ' -Q33 my-Z5 il V , 'gi , :mp .. , gk :ii 'HZ Bigiifkfg ,. gm-,y A .ZW , If 55559551 'QRQT' nxxiw' -E H, A, ,-,.i Brass Ensemble S 4 "I, 'ss Girls' THQ Page Fifty-five ,SQ Page Fifry-.vzx i Glee Club W 'GAfX .. .1 e 1 ---5,-.1-x--V-A TCHS Makes Good Record in Murray Inter--Scholastic Tests Band and Glee Club Makes Ran- ing of Superior. Other En- tries Make Equally as good - 'One .of the 'best Vaittendevd inrber- sohlollasbiwrz 'contests .in the history -of WeSt,K1enftuIc'lny wins foo-nfcluded at Mfurnay Staxte College Saftumdfay 'wli-th sfbunie-nits frofm 'Trigg County High Siihool lc-o'm.i'mg"away with a vgwofo-do share :of the tap Qzcnors. Sdhofols from all -over the western end of fthe state had entvies and few Ihaaad higher 'lists to-f -cre'd.itab5le 'lfatings rt'h1an did T'1'ig'g' C-ou-nty. Rrarti-ngs were 'listed out of Six: Boom, fair ave1-age, .good excellent, -and su1p'eri.or. 'llhe music dlepavtment, under the ldiveotion -of Miss J-osephifne Franklin, e-nftefred 9l19'V6'Il.40f the -contests in :the rfield of musiec and nine of. these el-even ranlked- e1it1he.1' excellent or su'pe1'im:. . 'Om Flfid-ary aftefvnoon, in fthe voleal and instvmnenrtal solo -contests, Marr- querietfbe Jonm, 'mezzo -s0pq1an'o, rat- 'ed su-pefrior. Mae Minton, vallxto, uamvk- ed in fthe ,excellent 'gvouqsg Charlene Jones, -soprano, avelnwgeg Norri-s Oalk- ley, bass, 'rallied gocvdg 'Ben Wfh-ite, -vrilollin -solo, rated excelllefnftg France-s Wlhite, lC'lafri'net wsolo, -excellent. Olrr 'SaJtu1'dra.y, the -Girls Trilo, loom- posed 'of Ghewlenle J-ones, Marque- rieftte Jones, :and 'Mae Minton was rated Excellent. 'Dhe-y .hadseventeen Iofbhefr schoolls in 'don-upertiftion. The flute trio, 'Ido-mqmsect of 1P.o'Lly'Svm'a11l, Fralrnoes Srtreet and J eam White mt- ed fsuperi-or. T-he band, ec-omlposed ot 48 mefnfbers sanfd the grirls gl-ee club composed 'of 42 fmermbers bzolhh mented supel1'i1o1-. A vcrlexrifwet quartet, fcom- posed of Malfgvafreft Nell V, Feltner, Fnamrefs Wihite, Jackie Penrrebafker an-d Ba'vba,ra. Frutz-ell rated -exxcelllfealt. All lm-oostevs of Tuifgg 'Crounlty and its sdhofol :dlmildven are 'gloryi-n.g in this phase of scholastic 'w'o1'k, Q if VORENSE 1 iv' eq! N E W , M J A' 1-'IES I A Y. jim 'ia ff m A- K1 1" - I.. 1' Q, nf! 5 Vx w-,QA 'gg 5 f -2:5 Q Aff 9 4' 4511111111107 , 1711 V417 I P81'fJ' FORENSICS In the beginning of this school year, forensic work was introduced into our school. Much interest has been shown throughout the year, and both the debate teams and the other speech activities have brought many honors to our school. In the Third District Forensic Tournament held at Hopkinsville March 23, T. C. H. S. was the runnerfup, While Hopkinsville won the loving cup for first honors, and Princeton ranked third. Schools from six counties were represented in this contest. Our debate teams participated' in 37 interscholastic debates during the year. These debates were on the national high school question, 'LResolved, that the Federal Gover nf ment should own and operate the railroads." T.C.H.S. debated the following schools: Tilghman Cof Paducahl, Murray Training School, Benton, Dawson Springs, Eddyville, Madisonville, Hopkinsville, Heath, Reidland, Mayfield, Bartlett, TennesseegWinchester, Tennessee, Whitehill, Tennesseeg Murphreesboro, Tennessee, Castle Heights Military Academy, Huntes High of Memphis, and Messick High of Memphis, Miss Frances Henson is our speech instructor and debate coach. Page Fifty-eight Debate Teams mn Han nm mn as wwe mg, if fa? 'J mums.-.mth-, xjagx--H' ,B ma IF lu 1 1 ng sm 5 nw- Current History Class . ., "r, . . msmifl...Sic . Page Fifty-nine FORENSICS x KENNETH CAMERON Extempomneous Speaking FRANCES HBNSON Director JAMES M. LARKINS Oratorical Declamatfon BBN WHITE AUDRA CUNNINGHAM MARSHALL COOPER Radio-Speaking Poetry Reading and Disgussion ' Page Sixly Interpretative Reading 6 Eff 426: Q 2 Zia 6:5 S T1 O H' Y, E- ,I , Lrsnrzru Lone, Pres. VIRGINIA GRAY Lucr'Wm-rn Norm: Mamas Lucituz Mm: Sec. G' Trans. ' 1 ! sf V, gm MARGARET Buzmr RAYETTA AUDAS Mas. MAsoN, Sponsor JEANETTE Wrxms , ANN Jonas The Art Appreciation Club was organized for the first time at Trigg County High in September, 1939, with Mrs. Mason as' the sponsor. The primary purpose of this Club is to better acquaint its members with famous masterpieces of art and the world s greatest artists. ir Page Sixty-two 1 1 First row: MARGARET FELTNER, FRANCIS STKEET, PoLuE SMALL, Miss FnANcrfs HENSON, JEAN WHITE,Xr'lFGlNIA HUGHES, AND KATHERINE SHELTON. Second row: Lucn.i.E FRANcxs, ANNIE MCATEE, ALLENE Biuncns, MARY .Lovn BLAKELEY, AND ANN THOMAS. Back row: KENNETH CAMERON, BEN WHITE, jorm D. MINTON, AND Doucr.-is Mme. BETA CLUB H The National Honorary Beta Club is a nonfsecret organization of America. Its aim is: to promote character and achievement, and to stimulate leadership among itsmembers. Looking through the files of the secretary we found the following things of importance during the school term of 1939f'4O: September 2OfThe first meeting was held under the leadership of Miss Henson. October 3-Oiiicers were elected. President, john D. Minton, Vice President, Virginia Hughes, Secre - tary, Allene Bridges, Treasurer, Lucille Francis, Program Chairman, Katherine Shelton. October 23-The Beta Club initiated the new mem' bers in a Chapel program with the students and -faculty as an audience. February 8-An Amateurcontest with thirty parf ticipants was sponsored by the club. February 23-The National Beta Club State Cone V vention was held in Lexington, Ky, Trigg County High Beta Club furnished a speaker, Francis Street, to make a toast to the boys at the banquet. Others who attended the convention were: -Jean White, Pollie Small, Ben White, and Miss Frances Henson. A AprilfThe Beta Club picture appeared in the Beta Club journal. A poem, "Our Star," written by Virginia Hughes also appeared in the April issue of the Journal. Page Sixty-lbreke First Semester MARSHALL COOPER GLADYS FINNEL . JEAN COOPER - . LACY. ALLEN . . JEAN MITCHELL . GRACIB HUTCHINSON LACY ALLEN MAI.LIE ADAbiS MARY CAMERON DOROTHY BRYANT JEAN COOPER HELEN HARGIS Page Sixtf-four DRAMATICS CLUB Officers . President . . . Vice President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . '. . . . Program Chairman . News Reporter . . Sponsor, MRS. JOE WILMURTH Members LILLIAN PHILLIPS DORIS ELLIS JEAN MITCHELL MARY F. FUTRELL BARBARA FUTRELL GRACIE HUTCHINSON Second Semester . . LACY ALLEN . . MARY GRACE CAMERON . . LILLIAN PHILLIPS . . ROBERT MCCOY . . MARSHALL COOPER . . ED HEADLEY NOVA SIMMONS NELL FIILILBY ROBERT MOCOY EDWARD HEADLEY HELEN CLARK MARSHALL COOPER r I President . . . Vice President:-"'f 5-gf Secretary, . . Treasurer ..... Program Chairman Sponsor .... , . . EVA DAE ALLEN ELAINE BAKER GERTRUDE BLANKS MILDRED CAMERON HELEN CHILDRBSS LUCILLE AGARDNER CARLIETA ' KELLER HAzEL LANCASTER ELOIS LIGHT JULIA LIGHT ALICE LITCHEIELD NEOMIA LITCHFIBLU LOUISE MASHEURN MARTHA MASHBURN' REEECCA MASHBURN R. O. H. CLUB The Ojjqcers The Other Mem ERNESTINE MEADOR MAE MINTON MAGDALINE MIEE MARGARENE MIZB MARTHA MORRIS EVA LEE MORRISON LURLINE NEWTON FRANCES GRAY GENE GILL FRANCES HARRELL ANN HENDERSON LILLY HINSON Y VIRGINIA HOPSON NAOMI NOEL MARGARET OLIVER Are: bers Are: . AGNES WILSON . MARY BANNISTER RUTH GRAY . HAZEL MITCHELL . . . . . . . CHARLINE' JONES MRS. FRANCES HABACKBR BUSH MACY OAKLEY KATHERINE POWELL .BESSIE REDDICK ELIZABETH STEVENS EDITH STEVENS KATHLEEN SIMMONS GERTRUDE THOMAS VIRGINIA THOMAS PAULINE TOWLER MILDREIJ TOWLER VIONA TURNER ELLA MAE TURNER BLANCHE WILSON CAMILLA WILLIALIS Page Sixty-five GIRLS RESERVES 1' 4 ' K Q .. Q " 15" -1. .- Page Sixty-six GIRLS RESERVES 91.11 'Q K R QRS 4 ' .I : i .4 Vi Offcers AUDRA CUNNINGI-IAM FRANCES HARDY FRANCES LONG LOUISE BRIDGES President Vice President Secretary TTC!!-W1-'IT JEAN LIGHT MRS. ARMSTRONG LURLINE ALDRIDGE Program Chairman Sponsor S0cialChl1fTml111 Members FRANCES THOMAS LILLIAN ADAMS MARY NELL WADE EUNICE STEWART MERLE FORD FRANCES LONG JEAN CAMERON .JEAN LIGHT VIRGINIA D. THOMAS HETTIE ADAMS MRS. ARMSTRONG MARTHA N. MALONB MARIE BRIDGES NELLIE THOMAS MILDRED FUTRELL VIRGINIA GUIER GENE HARDY REBECCA REDD . MARINE CHAMBERS AUDRA CUNNINGIIAM MERRY MAE HAYES MALLIB BRIDGES MARTHA HARDY LURLINE ALDRXDGE FRANCES HARDY MARY REDD LENA MAE RYE LOUISE BRIDGES Page Sixty-sever: .y,'N 4-H CLUB ' The 4fH Club is a national organization for farm boys and girls. The 4'H's stand for head, heart, hands, and health. The Trigg County Clubs are sponsored by Miss Eleanor Whittinghill and Mr. Thomas Morgan assisted by local leasers and assistant leaders. Bess Jackson, Virginia Hughes, and Katherine Shelton have acted as assistantfleaders in the T. C. H. S. Clubs. The T. C. H. S. Club is divided in two groups one meeting on Tuesday and one on Thursday. The Ojicers Are: 'Tuesday Club Ojice Thursday Club EUNICB DUNN . President . . . Bless JACKSON RUTH MAE DUNN Vice President . . DOLLY ARMSTRONG KATHERINE BOYD Secretaryefreasurer REBECCA HUGHES Page Sixty-eigbl Program Chairman TOM VINSON Wk fl UH E 'fl I .X A - , ff 1, gr!- AI! Cl. 'I , Qi I. I ff cf, I J.. x,,..4. "WNFR fL v 1 ,1"- 4 " " ak ,' A '7 " N --,H .f 1 ' -'-7x, fQ.g'g!g'Yl A 1, , , f , E vil!! fx R. 4 f A ' f21,'f"- 1 ' - ' X4 X,-J fl LE, Y ,xv VIRGINIA WALLACE MISS COWAN NELL CALHOUN MARY LEE WHITNEY MARY ANN ROGERS THELMA JONES EDITH BANISTER THELMA THOMAS BARBARA THOMAE CATHERINE Boyn JEAN MARTIN 'I-'HELMA GUTHRIE 6 ANNA FUTRELL JEAN BANls1'ER ANN ALEXANDER DOROTHY GRAY VIRGINIA ALLEN Page Sixlwzim- W1-LBA. Page Seventy Officers DOUGLAS Mizz LAYTON Tugcuz President Vice President joan MYERS WALLIS GRAY Sammy MARVIN BROADBBNT, ja. Reporter Treasurer ' 'FUTURE J. H. ALLEN DOUGLAS ALLEN WESLEY BAKER JOHN BLAKELEY AMOS BRIDGES IRA BRIDGES' JOE BRIDGES MARVIN BROADEENT CHARLES CAMERON DURWOOD CAMERON JAMES CHOATE ROBERT CARR WILLIAM CHERRY WALLACE ICLARK CHBSLEY DUNN HILLARD EEELL HOUSTON FRANCIS TOMMY FOURSHEE TOM FUTRELL MAURICE FUTRBLL ROBERT GORDON WALLACE GREY JOE GRAHAM FARMERS OF AMERICA ROLL MILLARD GRIFFIN JAMES HAMMONDS EDGAR HARRELL EDWIN HARRELL WILLARD HENDERSON ROBERT HINSON KENNETH HOPSON MALCOLM HOPSON W. J. HOPSON MAYNARD JOINER CHARLES JONES JAMES LARKINS EDDIE MAJORS FRANK MILLER WILLIAM MCCOY JOHN D. MINTON DOUGLAS MIZE JOHN MYERS CLARENCE NEWTON NORRIS OAKLEY MURL OLIVER WILLIAM PERRY HUGH PORTER 'WILLIAM HARRELL W. E. PORTER EARL RANDOLPH ROBERT RANDOLPH CHAPPRLL REDD DUNCAN ROSE NACY SANDERS MARVIN SILLS TED SILLS HARVEY SIZEMORE SMITH SIMMONS RAYMOND STEWART GERALDBLIMNER CLARENCE THOMAS DENNIS TUGGLE LAYTON TUGGLE HEzz.IE TURNER CLEVELAND VIER JESSE VINSON JEWEL WADE REED WILLIAMS HENRY WOLFE HERMAN MITCHELL R. H: UPTON Page Seventy one QT. STAMP CLUB E . N MARY WHITE President MISS MCDOWELL Sponsor X 5 N x Sf., sw H .gr , , MANTHUS MARNN FRANCES WHITE Cx-IARLINE Kmsv ANNE EGIZRTON MANY Pmx. EGERTON JUANITA HITE CAROLYN GLENN LORENE ALEXANDER ANN PARREN1' JACKIE PENNEBAKBN Dononns Cxusv Coma MAH BAKER Page Euenty-two sis- ' 1 -- 1 L ,E s , V . 9 ff K , ,Q Q .- .fj .f ,. nm D 'W ' -filfxxa .f 1 71, 3255 ,,,. , 1 1 .ygfifrg 59856 J . 5 ,, 3' . V, 4, p i M N ' ' ri ' - "1-73' ,. ,116 . f -'3 af- A , 7' i ' Q ffgifff .A ? F4 Q W ' TQ g 'ff 'ff ., Y " - ! ' -M-1,641 fu ." ix . . ' I . QN . . - . I. N 1 f Q f' . K ' ,,, , 'Zi' 2-xr.. Agfa 3, :HT N . 5 ' pf X f " 'ur I , -ip? 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