Greensburg High School - Green and Gold Yearbook (Greensburg, KY)

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We the Semor Class of 1949 affechonately ded1cate th1s ed1t1on of THE GREEN AND GOLD to our Sponsors Mrs Charhe Despamand Mrs L G Curry Then' devotlon to our mterests and welfare have won for them the frlend sh1p and esteem of our ent1re class '31 F15 H., . 'fe ' SFS -.- .. 4 . . .. l 1 5: Q . -fr r Y ,b L -en' " if Q if , 5 G: 'ir j' Z1 X v- . ll 4 P x .2 ' rg . - - P-fa f -i 1 f. r r . F. .ff Q f I 'V r. E . JJ' .ge va si 'ri ' 1. 2? vi- J' 1 Wi - A . , 4 4E .nkd 'W' as 'gf' 15? MTW :fu fix -1 411 41'-11' fi r WV 'zlf rll 1 no A, , -1"1"'f?'w:gUZif' f 4 Wyse? 1' We wif figgfg Q eggs ikiwdh .J 1? ,ng 3 Iv,-gg "1 32 5 1 if . 'if' P' 'Q 3' , A I ' ' .-f fl, rf ' ' 'f X .: ' 551, -- ' f ,. I fl V Wy + 6 ' Vi ' ' If -- 9 g s 'A l .' 3 ,if A , 'ff Q ' V V , 4. 5 ' V Q Q G 1"E 1 - Q ,Vw , .1 .Q 32- sf ' 1'-I' h 3 ,el-!"f."f Q33 ' I. . , :obj - , . 1. M' 54.111 I .., . . I . :' f E5 5.91 9' 2 -A. - 23- . 7 7 :ni I a M 5 , Al. . . . if -I , a 324.4-'f ' , . A . . . . . . gh, V . . . . 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SECOND ROW: Vernon Clark, Agriculture, Mrs. Eules Lowe, Sixth Grade, Mrs. Ralph Tucker, Third Gradeg Mrs. Monroe Ayers, Fifth Gradeg Mrs. Floyd Patterson, Fourth Grade, Mrs. P. L. Hicks, English: Mrs. Valda Russell, Eighth Grade, Mrs. Charlie Despain, Typing. TOP ROW: Monroe Ayers,Agricultureg Miss Margie M. Acree, Mathematics and History, Mrs. Elmer Patterson, Mathematicsg Mrs. Richard Shuffett, Seventh Grade, Mrs. L. G. Curry, English, W. B. Owen, Superintendent. Mrs. Eleanor Edwards School Secretary Mrs. Edwards has given invaluable assistance in the preparation of the "Green and Gold' and has patiently answered every call from both the faculty and student body throughout the entire year. Her work in the office has suffered innumerable interrup- tions but never was heard one word of complaint. 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'I 'Vi :YE 1 'FT N 'LT Joyce Montgomery Wallace Neagle Lanola Nunn Imogene Paxton Marilyn H. Perkins Austin Pickett Alice Pearl Shuffett J. W. Ratliff bf X 6 'i Walton Scott pw-f Sybil Altman Lydia Ann Bagby Mildred C. Bagby Benny Bale Pauline Beams Inex Bishop Jack N. Blakeman Ben E. Burress Tilly Cantrell 41 4 unior B111 Taylor Pres1dent Ruth Owen Vxce Presldent Tommy Turner Treasurer 44.9. '14 Ximif K "!f".f.'1'3'fifff e' ?wE K! f fx! ,axle-V Suzanne Higgason . . . . . . . .... .Secretary fs fi lb f if-p-Ag-ff 2 w r-L .wiw1cc:x .J-1- .ff , fi-rl a w i m-1, -.ff fsWl'Z'22?3fL. 0 . . ... , . - -- W 1 , K W, ...,w,? Z, Z- -. g, 1 H... . -I -,L gg, ! ufugr :sf7e+j :'..- 'f.'fk ?x'1.i' 4.-Sew' -w?r Af Q- .. v 4 x ir5 FRONT ROW Rachel Dav1s Mrldred Russell Florence Mllby Ruth P1ckett Suzanne Hlggason Ruth Owen Haywood Simpson Barbara Squlres Norma J' Landls Carolyn Edwards BarbaraA Beard L1lly McCubb1ns SECOND ROW Wynema Breedlng Georgla Ennls Ruby Young AletaSh1rley MaryW Slmpson Ann Moss Sandra Sharkun Imogene Rogers Frances Price Vedus Keltner Royalene Slmpson TOP ROW Mary Ashbrook Lena M Shnker Anna LouLobb Vlrglnla Shelton Barbara Stearman J'eanW1ll1ams Ioan Vanarsdale Zelma Wrlght Maxme Nunn Judelle Wrlght RuthA Warf Elxzabeth Nunn ABSENT Helen Sandldge Launa Skaggs FlorenceM Loveall Infellce Posey Zona G Scroggy Frances D Grlmsley 13 Martha J. Shuffett, Faye Judd, Ortella Mills, Lohmann Rayburn, unior ogfi FRONT ROW: Wallace Lowe, Jesse M. Henderson, T. J. Hodges, Tommy Turner, Bill Taylor, Eugene Marr, James Caven. SECOND ROW: Billy Fields, Brooks,Pickett, Herley Thompson, Vernard Ratliff, Leon Lewis, Eugene Bale, Wayne Dobson, Rollin Bardin. TOP ROW: Joe Shuffett, Bobby Cook, Joe Blakeman, Buford Givens, Douglas Pickett, Al Vaughn. ABSENT: Gene Puckett, Basil Hancock, Joe T. Hodges, Vernon Risen, Milton Bagby, Henry Hall, William S. Mai-cum, Holland Moore. we 4M?F' ?MwV n 14 fw? '4f1 f!f3H 'W s. ' . .Q - 5' ' Afvmg 52,0 OIT! 010015 " b f I ' 6 N Q V I 93 CLASS OFFICERS Lumdbergh Stephens Presmdent Lumda Durham Vlce Presldent Betty Murray Secretary Flora Mae Judd Treasurer W 0l'l'l OF? gm FRONT ROW: Betty Lowe, Betty Murray, Jennie L. Tucker, Linda L. Durham, Flora M. Judd, Katherine Blakeman, Wanda Coffey, Maryland Cowherd. SECOND ROW: Marie Milby, Shirley Thompson, Marilyn Graham, Mahalah Davis, Isabel Thompson, Loretta C. Edwards, Barbara Durham, Dot Edwards, Margaret Hinton, Monette Franklin. THIRD ROW: Sallie M. Cox, Corness Milby, Era Nunn, Margaret F. Gupton, Marcella Milby, Arlene Cantrell, Margery D. Vanarsdall, Barbara Lobb. FRONT ROW: Ronald Mitchell, Verlon Judd, Jack Adkins, Lindbergh Stephens, David Simmons, Arvil Stearman, James Ashbrook. SECOND ROW: Ralph Peppers, Cecil Sharp, Robert W. Milby, Willard Clark, Wayne Scott, Don Russell, Jack Perkins. THIRD ROW: Charles Lobb, R. T. Henderson, Doye Davenport, Mitchell Chaudoin, Randall Noe, Len Pruitt, Kenneth Calhoun. 0I'l'l 0I"8 Oyd E z P85 H1211 V wilaiyhig ?'f"f'fs3x'rlc3.fe6' K Y 00 Q' 0 RnAS::f'l4X I 14. gs?-'Q nz-151154401 CLASS OFFICERS Bmlly Montgomery Pr-es1dent Leo Jones, Ir V1ce Presldent Jane Squlres Secretary James Marshall Treasurer f ll " ZZ" f ' ' ,' Q EF- ' ' l f! R G f ff W C' " S. ff l S A, 'S X fig , 14, 'C jyredlzman ir if FRONT ROW: Lavan Graham, Jewell Thompson, Shirley Whitlock, Barbara Parson, Jane Squires, Agnes A. Cox, Opal Pepper, Wanda Shirley. MIDDLE ROWZ Wanda Smith, Janette Franklin, Joyce Foley, Glenda Young, Mary J. Beard, Barbara Cox, Joan Judd, Mary F. Wright, Sara Payne, Judy Edwards. TOP ROW: Barbara Milby, Ruth L. Sweeney, Ree Durham, Patsy Wright, Lee J. Finn, Elizabeth Edwards, Martha Adkins, Sara Stearman. FIRST ROW: Tommy Brandon, William Marr, James Marshall, Billy Montgomery, Leo Jones Jr., F. C. Sullivan, Mickey Vaughn. SECOND ROW: Thomas Loy, Carlos Clark, Ralph Perkins, Lynn T. Blakeman, William McKinney, Jerome Loy. THIRD ROW: Samuel Mitchell, Harry F. Young Jr., Burl Hammons, Thomas W. Price, Robert Kemp. jl"Q:5Al'l'lClIfl Ogif if f OW 3400! QM fl a e Q0 'ev' - ,lay , ., W M 'lf 1 VV if 1 s . K: 'gw ' 'o-1,1 -f 4 . ' -2'7":s" 'i ' s I. D. Durrett, Carlos Bloyd, Larry Jones, O'Connell Milby, Billy euenfk Sean Bradshaw, Sue Cox, Ruth Lewis, Marilyn lfliggason, Dixie Haye, Billy Van Cleave, Elsie Estes, Car olyn Milby, Faye Bundy, Q Thomas Skaggs. Teacher: Mrs. Valda Russell. Pa e ' . xml dv - ' Q A . ,Mfr Bethel Tones, Betty Pickett, Arnold Shaikun, Melvin Wells, William E. Henderson, Evonne Jones, Stella Bishop, Nliirgie Clark, Ray Judd, David Blakeman, Larry Gumm, Billy Montgomery, Alene Wisdom, Ann Fitzgerald, T. G. Bardin, Deloris Judd, Doyle Jones, Tommy Taylor, Orville Smith, Leo Wright, Linda Gorin, Shirley Thompson. Ahsenta Wayne Dobson, Wm. Edward Perkins. Teacher. Mrs. Richard Shuiiett Zo gxfi gracle Darlene Parson, Marion Davi , M s az-tha Finn, Katie E. Finn, Edwin Fro ett, Elwoo Jeffries, Paul B. Miller, Jean Allen Taylor, Henry L. Cantrell, Dorothy Jones, J. . Dishman, James C. Bardin, Judith Henderson, Carol Curry, Carolyn McGinnis, Athena Davis, Ada Lou 3' f Baz-din, J. R. Bishop, Colva Leftwich, Mary F. Bradshaw, Glad' Mont o . - ' lS Q g mery bsent. Doris A. Cook. Teacher: M ules Low ra 535 mf 41-P' X yj9a....j"N K Q Gilbert . ner Buddy Beard anel owen,Mady ou las ouise avis oyce Bun y Evelynlistes S irley Cantrell, vvendolyn avis Nellie Finn Henry Bla e man Rex Paxton immy Stevens, Ronnie alhoun ary nn Vaughn ett ou Clar Freddie stes Clifton Beard, a es allds Pruitt Donald Stair man Jo n Steaz-man J . e ly Blake-rna Wi iam lar Willard Curr James cKinne laywood Piero ill Y ene Pruitt Evelyn Mc inne i ly Ed wards vonne Carter. Teacher: I' . ODFO6 GFS. Y lankens ip Wi ia Faullc OUP! l PCL Q V1ck1Jo Z1eg Curt1s Lobb Dav1dC Cowherd Jamesl-I Montgomery Bobby J Sunpson Joe Jones Norma J Berry Patr1c1a Darnell Ernest1ne F1nn Barbara Judd Ad1ne W1ll1ams Aust1n Bloyd Shyrel Jones Bernlce Wllkerson Shelley Ann Edwards James Clxfton Blankenslup Ellzabeth Perklns Betty Jo Scrogham B1lly G Blankensh1p D1ana Curry Bllly Cox Dav1d A W1lcoxsen W1ll1am Taylor Parker Ruth Ann Gowen Thomas Stearman Coleman Curry Doyle B1shop Absent Jack Chastaln Harold Cox Dav1d Gentry Ha7el Gentry Betty L Judd W1ll1am Marcum George A Tucker Teacher Mrs Floyd Patterson j!lll"Cl l"6-LQ us!""""" Barbara Prumtt Davld Davenport Mary C Estes Tommy J Chaudo1n Joe F Howard Stephen Nhtchell MaryH Ha7el GeorgeM Huddleston HollandEstes FIHISW Durrett Ruth A Prultt Margaret Henderson Conn1e M P1ckett Martha H Pmckett Llnda L, Cantrell Frances Marcum BobbyJ Walker WandaG Keltner WandaS Mudd Harrlson Ferrlll Kenneth Wrmght Thomas Lee Hanna Carol S Marshall Rachel Curry Judlth B Howell Absent Ella M B1shop Wllllam B1shop Jack Ew1ng Joe E Flnn J D Jeffr1es Cllfton Kldd Jerry M Pru1tt Betty Joe Sh1pp Vernon Warren Teacher Mrs Ralph Tucker ZZ l w i al . fl . 5 ' G .. 1 ' f - ., u J ,L N ,C ,, .- - 9' ' Q . , ,H s ' '- ' 5 A , 5 a s - 1 - , . , Y ' I , I I Y ! 3 3 ! J 9 1 ' I 7 D ' ! Y ! ! J ' ' I 7 , J , . , , . . : . K, M., ', l ' f .5 ' L W, 'V . . , 'J at ' 1 A B , . vt ' ' ' - G - 1 4 A ., ,, Nt . 1- , l - 1 ' 1 ' 1 , . . , 1 . , , - , . 3 1 . , . . . , 1 . , . , . , . I I ' I ' I ' 7 3 Y ! ' 9 3 . . : , , , , - , - - 1 ! ' ! J ' ' ' " ' " econ F610 Emlly J Wh1tlock J A Hatcher Jerry Cassada Patrlcla Squmres Thomas Yates Ronnle Haynes Coakley Leftw1ch James Howard Carroll Snyder B1ll Moore Johnnle Adklns Henry Blakerrxan Betty Bard1n Joan Whltlock Margaret Cook Rebecca Scroh gam Barbara J Frankhn Beatr1ce M Wrlght Garv1s B1ShOp Anna M B1shop Absent James Cantrell Donald Durrett Co11ll1anM1lby Mxchaellvhtchell MaryA Moore Henry Stearman Teacher Mrs Fred Montgomery :mf PLL 0 JoeP Guthrle Gaye R1CkS MaryL Clark JamesR Hood Amos Marcum Ronnxe Faulk ner JamesF Pru1tt MaryA Bmshop DoraJ Plerce JosephY Despa1n Walter C1or1n J H Howell Jr Emma D Gor1n W1ll1amH Gorln Martha Hanna Jud1thA Th0mPS0n MaryA Parr1sh Nancy C Judd LaVera Curry Shxrley T Estes James P Cook B1lly C Patterson Al1ce F Judd Betty J Skaggs Henry W W1l11ams Ill Russell C Jones Danny L Perry Herman L Estes Mark W M1tche1l Absent Mmckey Cowherd Jean C Edwards J1m Ew1ng Eudell F1nn Toba A Haynes Larry H Hudglns Dennls Stearman Teacher Mrs W R Gumm 2.3 1 I M 1 . f..f fx-' x -9. - -s 4 fe---K ' - - x . , . . , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 ' 1 - 1 1 - ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' Y , . . . . 1 1 A 1 ' s r QN gf, w Q . 1 1 ' 11- , 17.5 ,1 M g .1 ., D - 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 " 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 - , . ' '1 - 1 - 1 1 - ' . , . , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , - 1 . , . , I , . 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - I . . . . 3 ovfvweb X 5z,,1, JJ f OEAPCL Pg all 'Ubi I' As the years go by the appointments of a room seem to reflect the person- a11ty of the one in charge Such IS the case in our school library and study hall. Our efficient and capable 11brar1an M1ss Ann Cantrell has definitely become a part of her surroundings but she has chosen to devote her time very largely to the preparation of menus interior decorating and providing the thousand and one things necessary in making a happy home. Mrs Pickett may you enjoy every measure of happiness in your latest and possibly most important venture of your life. The library will not be the same, ofcourse, but we shall treasure ou and the splendid work you have done with us and our school the mem Z5 ory of y Qui' Commercia! melaarfmenf Day in and day out the clatter of typewriters can be heard in the south wing of the building where some twenty odd students under the careful supervision of Mrs. Des- pain are laying the ground work for future usefulness. Always one of the more popular departments, it continues to grow and very likely will require additional space and more equipment in the near future. Z6 ome conomicri elaarfmenl There is some possiblity that a new Home Economics depart- ment will be ready before many months have passed. The present quarters are inadequate for the great numbers of girls who wish to take the course, and the surroundings are hardly in keeping with the ideals of the department. During the school year our student body together with the feminine members of the faculty were subject to a matrimonial virus which also invaded the Home Economics area. Our popular teacher Miss Dillon, very quietly became the wife of one Mr. Blankenship, but fortunately for us she continued her work with us. The Seniors of '49 think that an entire new department would be in keeping with a teacher who has recently become a bride, We shall be happy to return and visit with her in new quarters. Y STATE FARMERS: Bobby Durham, Brooks Edwards, George Elmore, Walton Scott. CHAPTER FARMERS: Milton Bagby, Benny Bale, Billie Bale, Eugene Bale, Joe D. Blakeman, Mitchell Chaudoin, Willard Clark, Doye Davenport, Billie G. Fields, Buford Givens, Joe R. Gumm, Roy J. Gumm, R. T. Hen- derson, Jessie M. Henderson, T. J. Hodges, Wendell Houk, John W. Ingram, C. W. Larimore, Leon Lewis, Charles Lobb, Wallac Lowe, William S. Marcum, Holland Moore, Randall Noe, Ralph Pepper, Jack Perkins, Lenn Pruitt, Vernon Ratliff, Vernon Risen, Don Russell, Wayne Scott, Cecil Sharp, Joe Shuffett, Arvin Stearman, Al Vaughn. GREEN HANDS: Tommy Brandon, Ben E. Burress, Carlos Clark, Royce Clark, Robert Kemp, Jerome Loy, Thomas P. Loy, Ralph Perkins, Thos. W. Price, F. C. Sullivan, Mickey Vaughn. FACULTY ADVISOR: Monroe Ayers, Vernon Clark. ulerana ' cgndfrucforzi Greensburg High School is fortunate in having one of the larger veterans' schools in the entire state and in being able to secure a corps of competent teachers the most of whomare Green County boys, grad- uates of this school. Mr. Monroe Ayers, head of the department, is the only 'outsider' of the group, but we are able to forgive him for the unfortunate selection of a birthplace, Madisonville, Kentucky. When there is extra work to be done about the campus Mr. Ayers and his veterans' instructors are always on the job willing to do that all important "second mile." l "5" Iii' .. A l " i 'f .s , K fm Nt a , A' 'lst . t 5, , my- .. JV.. , . .. I N. , 3 9 . ,V , l ' - . 'OL . , , . 5, , A we OZIMILCL, l'00l'l'l It is said that sometimes Rotarians meet, eat and bleat but here in the lunchroom we meet, gripe and eat. A few of the boys take great pleasure in complaining about the menus largely to encourage Mr. Owen to tell how much the program is costing. His figures for the various items served at an ordinary meal sound like quotations from the national debt. But on occasion when the lunchroom closes for a day or so, the complaints are just as pronounced. Every plate is identical, except occasionally the student help indulges in a little apple polishing when their favorite teachers come by for their helpings. We are happy to have a lunch program and look for continued improvements in the appointments of the room and the type of meals served. " on Tl vrflis L 1 Jim 5 S f . ' r ' fi Q , vy L m,524f Q- "FILE Sv' Z "' xg ' MN ,, X X "' J li 3 renam- I? gl Y? S-4 5 I I I S ' o I- X . , 4: 3 i v :ig 'E Wxmg'3E 5 -'Us I V51 " pf: A 1 J 'W www Arnid the beautiful setting of an old fashioned garden, the Juniors entertained the Seniors and the Faculty with a delightful banquet. Thejoy of fellowship, and the wonderful rnealtogether with an entertaining program made this occasion one to be long remembered. ...,i.7.. Q xnxx,-1, .S- aka' CHARACTERS Farma Fudd a h111b111y ma1d Ralnbow Batts the Negro cook Pledmont Jones the Negro handyman Ty Underwood the young husband Gracle Underwood the young Wlfe Dod1e Sp1cer, the brat next door Mrs. Sp1cer, the nosey ne1ghbor . Butch Br1scoe, Far1na's boy frlend. . Darlus Damrock, Grac1e's boss . Horatlo Helfrey, Ty's uncle . M1ss Talulah Tate, Grac1e's aunt . SYNOPSIS I Anna Jean Tucker Sybll Altman .Bobby Snnmons Tommy Jones . . Ann Lewls Norma Jean Plckett Sally Dobson B111y Lxngle . Bobby Durham Jack N Blakeman . .T111y Cantrell An Apr11 afternoon 1n Ty and Gracle Underwood's home ln a mldwestern college town. ACT I The hvmg room of the Underwood home, about fwe o'c1ock of an afternoon m late Apr11 ACT II The same as Act One Fxve mlnutes later ACT III The same as ln the prevlous acts. A few mlnutes after the close of Act Two 33 4 H A t',. '3 31-U , t 'ru TY, ' It 7' 12 W, ' V 3 .na S S, MW , ' K .3 1 K ' YV NN , 'A D Q rf' 'iv VL :J ,- ' ' ' I 3 . , . . . . . . I l l fl! ff!! , "' Mi F--f-""'l,"7:!.1 5.-nh xg xg M W. .lf 332, v A 'ip 1 pn -wifi- 3 QW' ig SA 49 em Processional Song Welcome Address ...... History . Colors. . Solo. . Motto . . Flower. . Song. . . Prophecy by Moon Maiden . . Class Class Song Presentation of Key . Acceptance .... Giftorian .... . . Farewell Address. . . . . Recessional . . . . . . Class Class Piano Class Class Poem, Sally Dobson's . . Will ........ "49ers Together' .... 34 Junior Class . Senior Class . Tommy .Tones . Austin Pickett . Louise Gumm Anna Jean Tucker Norma J. Pickett . . Ann Lewis . Girls' Chorus Suzanne Turner . Geneva Harris . .John Ingram . Earl Grimsley . . Walton Scott . . Bill Taylor . Tilly Cantrell . Sally Dobson . Senior Class ' bf . 'U n I Coach and Ph YSICB1 Educahon Teach er J R BOB ABNEY wh ' ,,-n '- QQ QQQ 1 gn-a5"Y N-N X xg -n ,Q -4 1 -QQ -I ,. W4 5.1, if ev' -1 -fn. 'im 0,1 4 . , ,,,. v H. Qs., 413 'gg,,2,:g:.L 3 "- , . Q , ., ,, J 7 XX 4, NK if ri lf! 415 1 L ii. ii ii- 1 1 -1 I ,fo ' x Ill : Q 'X I .ex I. 1-:-' - J,l'--.,0:f- nn' 'QNX U -5 'klfif35:225:5532Iflfffrfi525:3:Efffi513:35fff:iififi5:5255:5:3:51Ififffi5:5:5:SSiiffffifrfikfiiizi "''-75355:5:5:25:iffflfi35:5:22Eff?55552555I535fff5:55335135225ff535I5Z5I5I5I5:i3f u so . . , ! ' ff. ffi- ,vg , -. -. - ,- ',1,--: . -ggi, , '..,:1.....,-. . .. -. 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M, -:Lack H' - -- . .j--.- -- . - ' gl , . -,,. . -, , D ,' -. L: -j - X- '- . - -:: .-7- ,. ,' ' .gfljgefgfl K L 1 9. -2? 1- Members of the team D D Dulworth A MCGIIUIIS A Plckett B.Edwards T Jones L Upton B Plckett SECOND ROW CoachJ R. Bob" Abney J Shuffett D P1Ck6tt B G1vens B Cook I.. Blakeman B. Lmgle THIRD ROW B Montgomery J Ashbrook T Turner B Taylor D Slmmons L Jones SCHEDULE AND RESULTS THEY Tl-EY 1119148 Clarkson 114149 Horse Cave 11111148 1-Iodqenvllle 117149 Elizabethtown 11119148 Bradfordsvllle 118149 Tompkinsville 11122148 Bardstown 1111149 Columbia 11130148 Taylor County 1118149 Bardstown 1213148 Campbellsville 1125149 Taylor County 1217148 Columbia 1128149 Hodqenvllle 1219148 Cave City 218149 Horse Cave 12116148 Glasgow 2111149 Elizabethtown 12114148 Tompkinsvllle 2115149 Glendale 12120148 Glendale 2122149 Campbellsvllle 12121148 Bradfordsvllle 2118149 Buffalo 12123148 Clarkson 2114149 Breeding DISTRICT TOURNAMENT REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Columbia Bardstown defeated Fort Knox TGY101' COUYNY H1511 for the Regional crown When Coachl R Bob Abneycalled h1s prospects together for the 1948 1949 basketball season, he found a tough schedule ahead and only a very l1m1ted number of experlenced boys Only Brooks Edwards and Aust1nP1ckett returned from the tournament squad of 48 For the f1rstt1me Greensburg was play1ng a complete schedule 1n the South Central Kentucky Conference New opponents on the schedule lncluded Tompk1nsv1lle Ehzabethtown, and Bardstown all of whom were recogn1zed powers mn the conference Desp1te the lack of seasoned materral Coach Abney s boys were able to g1ve a good account of themselves They were unable to break even 1n the number of games played but on very rare occasmons d1d they fa11 to make a game of 111. In the conference they d1sposed of Ehzabethtown twlce, the only team able to defeat Bardstown durlng the ent1re season In tournament play the Dragons dropped Lebanon and Sprrngfleld both members of the conference Columbla, the d1str1ct wmner, el1m1nated the Dragons from the tournament 35 30 Sen1ors on the squad mcluded Edwards, Austln Plckett, Upton, McG1nn1s and Jones. Prospects for next year are Brooks Plckett, Doug P1ckett, Buford G1vens, Joe Shuffett, Tommle Turner, Dav1d S1mmons, James Ashbrook and a number of youngsters from the Freshman and Sophomore ranks W1th a year of expermence wlth Greensburg boys behmd h1m we are expect1ng a great season from Bob and h1s 1949- 1950 outflt. 36 .. 1' ' I 1 A is ', lb N . p ' , ' 2, . 4 1 18 9 I 2' , Q4 ' ft J V 1 All . Qs. Aa gi L 4 A " ' " . ' - - 5 ' I 'ff . 1 . , A ' ' , n at I , U ,l , . ' .- 4,1 .5 H N . 1 4 rf C I Q n We are proud of the fighting spirit and good sportsmanship exemplihed by the Green Dragons of G. H. S. : .' . , . ' ' , . ' , , . , . . - ' - 3 u ' ' ' ' o , s , s , Q , Q , u 4 I ' 0 v . , . , . , . , . . WE WE 35 37 38 33 33 41 37 35 21 26 29 41 41 49 37 43 21 24 43 60 23 41 34 46 26 41 48 52 23 22 33 44 32 33 35 30 26 48 63 36 34 70 36 53 33 22 82 24 36 48 46 19 35 30 , ll 0 ' - . . , . . . , . . , , G 3 Z? 4863 QUIK ,sm SH' Sf'?fif -- PN 'N -AU 'Q BOTTOM ROW E Dobson L Upton D Plckett T Jones W Lowe B P1Ckett Jesse M Henderson A P1ckett TOP ROW B Hammons S M1tchel1 H Moore B Montgomery B Taylor L Lewls V Rathff A McG1nn1s and CoachJ R Bob Abney C QQPLCICJQPJ Z --I' Pert and pretty, v1v8C1ous and always enthus1ast1c our Cheerleaders Ruth Plckett, Norma J. P1ckett, Llnda L. Durham, and Suzanne Turner 37 I O I ag f B' 'Q Ay , YA , A ' ' e I fl 'Z Q ,ii ,B 1 Y T all ,W 1 B "ke f T as 5 'K ,q 'Q -L Q 'ff' If-A-qv' Lv' ,..:' l .:- Q .L J , :A nfxwwfl . Q f I. sv v 1' -1' W 1 X -aw W P W -W Q' -H41 y 1 , J' r G . Q 9,1 ' " x Sv L L My 5 1" T l -I e '- bi ' 'I I ' ".l .Af . - ,: Y . ' Y' Fiqh' : . , . , . ' , . , . , . ' , . , . u . l . .u u , . , N. W , . . , . , . , . , . . . W A I I QPA pAg6LCClK 6JuCatL0n Th1s marks the flrst year Phys1ca1 Educat1on has been offered mn our currmculum The course 1s an extremely popular one and each and every class 1S qulte large 1n number Softball and Volleyball were enjoyed by all partlclpatlng students Instructor 15 Mr J R Abney ri' -1' ui Q gs 38 O I O s , . A -. 'ti I' E W U D , . 3 , 'A-, .K :si A ' iw. I , . .D -dv ek jew W.. "' ,I , l -,ff e V A In I. I v ,, COMPlIMlNIS UF UUR IRHNUS WIIH IHE F H...- ,........... 9 1 Z,-S W5x utfgwigiax SIMMONS PHARMAC Y Comphments Comphments HENRY DURHAM SHAIKUN 40 Y' '1 MN Q 'vu Inum x cosm.Lo cnroon 1: seam. Km mumwmnv I HIANKH IH Rl .-4" Mot1on Pxctures are your fmest and cheapest form of entertamment Attend Regularly 41 , fl' 'Ti' ' - 'Q-. fr... ,, ' e .v mf 'P - Q L . - ,f 'J 'k.' il' Y Vx -X ' 1 -A I 1 W L A Q L H -Y W A I 1 1 ' A i- ,-,??-pshvv a l I , ...vw '--""-"' """"""""YA A . 'AI Z 'i , M A ,. - f 3 g , I 1 ns rg A f , ,., X 'X gi' A 1 5 1 'r ' ' 371 'Ziff' if w 5 1 , r ' -' , X a w i,-' 7 Compliments of I BU IURI C0 A -ffl J' 'N 8 GRIMSLEY S CASH MARKET Self Serv1ce 42 GIURB L RHESS FUR I MP Y I . , V MS-S amz QM MW S 1i fy i ,Sbf JY 5 an .S M re ' Q, .S. W N 'iff X 16.2 SE WH HI -- Comp11ments of -35'-I WH - -I W ll HIR ER Phone 126 Greensburg, Kentucky 43 ,ps-f' Comp11ments of MC KINNEY AND KELTNER FUNERAL HOME Phone 101 Greensburg Kentucky GOFF SULLIVAN MOTOR COMPANY Comphments of Phone 20 GREENSBURG BOWLING CENTER Ude11 Sulhvan Ray Goff Lester Ph1111ps I 44 B 3 it A ...Ll DHM81 Staple and Fancy Grocerxes Fresh and Cured Meats Phone 27 Greensburg Kentucky 5 fir: ,..-as . Q- his 1' "ff ...Eh 5 45 'Wa-ff' Q..-5 "'1" ff 'Wg ""'T f RAY SHUFFETT 81 SON 'Firestone Compliments of Compliments of GREENSBURG SUPPLY STORE COAKLEY - PURCELL Phone 176 Greensburg, Kentucky FURNITURE COMPANY Joe Guthrie 5 -'!""""'f IFJTWF 7" hh. Cornphments of Member Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporatlon 47 IW,,,W,., - ' 1- r...--V' 'A ' it : fl f,,.,Ag X Q74 't x ' W . ll! - r. I' ' 1 3 'e N X ll! r A ? , 1' ! 1 Q' HI 1m Mr 5' f' 1 ' 'Q 2 5 1' :.l Q , I l I I I lil "nj 'Y Y f QW .. i -- , P rg,,,,.., , , K , Q , JH Z 1 W A 5' HHH S ll BA K 'H--...,,,wXXi ,paint- ,ap-0' WINN IVIILLING COMPANY Da1sy Flour Phone 69 Greensburg Kentucky HL... Compliments of COWHERD AND PARROTT FUNERAL HOME W. L. Parrott Owen Rucker I 48 WOODSOY' W0 IIN lEWIS SHIRE IN 1397 49 Complirnentfs EDWARDS STUDIO Porfraifs BOB T BLAKEMAN Commercial Photography Enlarglng f'X Auto Associate Store Compliments SPRI GIIAH FARMS DAIRY Pasteurized Milk Haywood Mitchell Edwin Page 50 of Photo Finishing I of 44' m-wmv!! 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