Hendersonville High School - Golden Memories Yearbook (Hendersonville, TN)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1954 volume:
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. . TO MISS MARGARET GRIME AND MR. W. C. LEATH
As an expression of onr appreciation we the Golden
Memory staff and the Senior Class of 1954 dedicate this
volnrne to Miss Margaret Griine and Mr. W. C. Leath
for their gnidance and inspiration which has rneant
rnnch to ns.
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' MR. PAUL O. DoRRIs
K A.B., Social Studies
I. C. ANDERSON
M.A., School Administration
George Peabody College for
THOSE WHO LEAD US
JOHN O. BARNES
Tennessee State Teachers . B.S.
I College University of Tennessee
University of Alabama Agriculture
VIISS MARSAQRET GRIME W. C. LEATH
. . B.S.
Middle Tennessee State' Tennessee Polytechnic
College N Institute
English, Math ici Physical Education, Coach
MRS. MACK BINGHAM
Middle Tennessee State
PAUL DOUGLAS SMITH
George Peabody College for
MISS MILTON CURTIS
George Peabody College for
Home Economics, Science,
MZRS. THOMAS W.
Western Kentucky State
Music, Glee Club
MRS. THOMAS H. ELLIS
George Peabody College for
In August, 1950, fifty-two boys and girls signed
up for parts in the production, "Four Years at
Hendersonville High." We had been looking
forward to being in this important play for many
years. The place was the high school building
and the time 1950-51. The first act centered
mainly around freshmen getting acquainted with
teachers, upper classmen and surroundings. We
were inexperienced but our stage fright was re-
placed by confidence as our days passed. Our
directors were Mr. A. C. Webb and Mr. Paul
Smith. Our officers were Lucien Anderson, Pres-
identg Thelma Young, Vice-President, Joanne
Bradley, Secretary, and Louise Davy, Treasurer.
The second act took place three months later
in the fall of 1951-52. We felt like seasoned
players. Thirty-four persons took part in this
act, which. showed Sophomores, proud of their
status as the upper layer of underclassmen, busily
showing freshmen around. A memorable event
of this act was a Wiener roast at Mr. Paul Smith's
home. Our hardworking cast was winner of the
magazine contest. To be remembered in this act
was our thrilling skating party. Our directors
were Mr. W. C. Leath and Mr. Paul Smith. Our
officers were Tommy Barrett, Presidentg Floyd
Lee Poindexter, Vice-President 3 Betty Worsham,
Secretary, and Carol Dixon, Treasurer.
The third act began in September, 1952, and
the cast numbered twenty-seven. This act con-
tained some unforgettable highlights among which
the Junior-Senior Barn Dance ranked first. Our
directors for this act were Mr. W. C. Leath and
Mr. Paul Smith. Our officers were Betty Wor-
sham, President, Tommy Barrett, Vice-Presidentg
Kenneth Hinkle, Secretary, and Lucien Ander-
The curtain rose on the fourth act in the fall of
1953. This act had a special significance because
we played the part of Seniors, and it was the
climax of the entire play. Twenty-six of the
original number were starred this time. Among
the Senior activities were the receiving of class
rings and invitations, class meetings, elections,
and the Senior Play. We also had the task of
editing the Commando Comet and our annual
GOLDEN MEMORIES. Members of the cast who
gained fame were Gran Harris, football captain,
Tommy Barrett, co-captaing Ewing White, bas-
ketball captain and Roberta Caruthers, football
queen. We were proud to have Mary Jo Williams
as Valedictorian with an average of 94.51 and
Joanne McDufi'ee, Saluatorian, with an average
of 93.25. Our directors were Miss Margaret
Grime and Mr. W. C. Leath. Our officers were
Tommy Barrett, President, Lucien Anderson,
Vice-Presidentg Roberta Caruthers, Secretary,
and Jackie Curtis, Treasurer.
As the curtain falls on the last act, we feel very
grateful to our directors and others who so faith-
fully guided us and helped us in our difficulties
for these four years. We feel that the experience
and knowledge we have gained will help us to be
better players on the stage of life, and we can
never forget the wonderful times we have had in
"Four Years at Hendersonville High."
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'Life E 1'
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
TOMMY BARRETT .,,..
LUCIEN ANDERSON .,.,.
ROBERTA CARUTHERS ....
JACKIE CURTIS ,......
ISIANNAH CAMPBELL ....
PORTER CURTIS ....
GRAN HARRIS ,...
. , , . . . . .President
. . . . .Vice-President
. , . . . .Secretary
. . , .Treasurer
. , . , .Reporter
., . . .Reporter
. . . . .Sentinel
Class of '54
"Little people make big noises"
-i P 'a f, '51-'52, F tr ll, ro, "z, '53, Beta Club, '52-'54,
l3l'2iSCliili"g'i'-'53, H-Club'l0'.'?A'53l C1555 Reporter. '51-'52s Class
Treasurer, '52-'53, Annual Statrt, '54, Class Tournaments, '51:'541
Stunt Night, '51, Commando Comet, '54, Class V1ce'Pres1dent
BOBBY' RAY BAKER
"I am not .mecessful at being pompous, the most I ean do is ta
Beta Club, '52-'54, Basketball, '52-'53, Paper Stall, '54, Class
"Great men are 'wise as well as 'zc'illz'11g"
Football, '50-'53, Basketball, '52-'53, Annual Staff, '54, Paper
Staff, '54, Football Co-Captain, '53, BOys4State Representative,
'53, H-Club President, '53-'54, Class President, '52, '54, Class
Vice-President, '53, Beta Club, '52-'54, Beta Convention, 53,
H-Club Play, '52-53.
J. C. BLAIR
"People who melee no noise are dangerous"
Football, '50-'52, Basketball, '51-'52, H-Club, 'Sl-'52, Livestock
Judging Contest, '53, Varsity Visit, '53, F.F.A., '50-'54.
THOMAS GORDON BUCHAI-'AN
"Quietly he worked away, faithful to each duty"
Class Tournaments, '53, Cumberland Valley Forensic Contest, '53.
"Good nature is 'worth more than money"
Beta Club, '51-'54, Glee Club, '53, Honor Roll, '51, Football
Queen Candidate, '51, '53, Class Tournaments, '51-'54, Annual
Stall, '54, Class Reporter, '54, Paper Staff, '54,
"The greatest pleasure of life is love"
F,H.A., '51-'54, Cvlee Club, '52, Class Secretary, '53-'-54, F.H.A.
Pianist, '52, Football Queen, '54, Annual Staff, '54, Paper Staff,
'54, Miss H. H. S., '54.
DOROTHY ANN CLENDENING
"Let all thing: be done decently and in order"
Class Tournaments, '51-'54, Field Day Attendant, '51, Honor
Roll, '51, Beta Club, '52-'54, Glee Club, '53-'54, Annual Staff, '54.
"Laugh and the 'world laughs with you"
Class Reporter, '53, Class Treasurer, '54, F.H.A., '51-'54, Glee
Club, 51-53,5 Bsta Club, '52-'54, Beta Club President, '54,
Cheerleader, 50, 54, Football Queen Attendant '50' Basketball
St-52,, Basketball Manager, '53-'54, Annual Stall' '54, Stunt
Night, 49. 52: Class Tournaments, '50-'51.
PETE HARLAN CURTIS
"A mother'.x' pridep a father's joy"
F00tb3ll, '50-'53' F.F.A., '50-'53, F.F.A. Secretar '514'54' H-
Club Plays, '52-'53, Class Treasurer, '51-'52, Class Repdrter,
,50-,515 Livestock Judging, '52-'53, Parliamentary Contest,
51-53, Skills Contest, '51-'53, Class Tournaments, '50-'53.
Class of '54
THOMAS PORTER CURTIS, IR.
"Someday I shall cast aside my boyish pranks and be a man"
Football Manager, '50-'53, H-Club, '50-'54, Basketball, '50-'52,
Annual Staff, Class Reporter, '50, '52, '53, Commando Comet
Staff, Class Tournaments, '50-'53.
BETTIE RUTH DICKSON
"Great persons are able to do great kindnesses"
Beta Club, '52-'54, Glee Club, '53, Class Tournaments, '51-'54,
Honor Roll, '51,
"Blushing is the complexion of virtue"
F.H.A., '51-'54, Glee Club, '53-'54, Class Tournaments, 'Sl-'54,
Basketball Cheerleader, '53-"54. '
"The more I study the more I forget"
Football, '50-'52, F.F.A., '50-'54, Skill Contest, '52-'53, Varsity
Visit, '54, F.F.A. Reporter, '54.
PEGGY Jo GANN
"For she was just the quiet kind, whose nature never varies"
Glee Club, '53-'54.
GRAN WILSON HARRIS
"Smile with an intent to do mischief"
Football, '50-'53, Football Captain, '53, F.F.A., '50-'53, Vice-
President, '54, H-Club, '51-'53, Basketball, '51-'52, Class Tourna-
ments, '50-'51, Annual Staff, '54, Class Sentinel, '54, Parlia-
mentary Procedure Contest, '54, H-Club Plays.
ROY MARTIN MCCONNELL
"Each mind has its own method'
F.F.A., '50-'52, Class Tournaments, '51-'53.
"Wisdom is better than rubies"
F.H.A. Club, '50-'54, Beta Club, '51-'54, President of F.H.A.,
'54, Delegate to F.H1A. Workshop, '53, Viee-President of Beta
Club, '54, Delegate to Beta Club Convention, '53, Editor of
Commando Comet, '54, D.A.R. Representative, '54.
ERMA LOUISE PALMER
"Faith without good works is dead"
Beta Club, '52-'53-'54, F.H.A., '51-'54, Class Tournaments, '50-
'54, Stunt Night, '49, '50, '52, F.H.A. Parliamentarian, '53, Beta
Club Secretary-Treasurer, '54, Class Prophet, '54, Paper Staff,
'54, Glee Club, '50-'53.
FLOYD LEE POINDEXTER
"Sometimes I sit and think, sometimes I just sit" b
Football, '50-'53, FF.A., '50-'54, F.F.A. Secretary, '52-'53,
F.F.A. President, '53-'54, F.F.A. Delegate to National Convention,
'53, F.F.A. Delegate to State Convention, '54, F.F.A. Sub-
District, Secretary, '53, F.F.A. Skills Contest, '51-'53, F.F.A.
Livestock Judging Contests, '52-'53, F.F.A. Parliamentary Pro-
cedure Contests, '52-'53, Class Vice-President, '51-'52, Beta Club,
'51-'52, H-Club Plays, '52-'53, Class Tournaments, '51-'53,
Class of '54
SARAH GRACE STALEY
"The 'wisdom of many, the wit of one"
F.H.A., '51-'54, Beta Club, '52-'54, F.H.A. Delegate to Varsity
Visit, '53, Class Tournaments, '53, Glee Club, '52-'53, Paper
Staff, '54, Annual Staff, '54.
ANNA MAE WHEELER
"Why 'waste time in 'worry when therrfx xo much fun in the world"
Basketball, 'Sl-'54, H-Club, '52-'54, Cheerleader, '54, Secretary
of H-Club, '53-'54, F.H.A., '51-'54, Beta Club, '52-'54, Glee
Club, '52-'54, Class Tournaments, '51-'52, F.H.A. Representative
to Camp Titfa, '53.
EWING RAY WHITE
"Talker: are good dons"
Football, 'Sl-'53, Basketball, '51-'54, H-Club, '52-'54, H-Club
Plays, '51-'52, Basketball Captain, '53-'54, Paper Stalf, '53-'54,
MARY Io WILLIAMS
"I make the most of all that come: and the least of all that goes"
Basketball, '51-'54, F.H.A., '51-'54, F.H.A. Delegate to Varsity
Visit, '53, Beta Club, '52-'54, Annual Staff, '54, Paper Staff, '54,
Glee Club, '53, H-Club, '53-'54, H-Club Plays, '53-'54, Class
"None but herself can be her equal"
F.H.A., '51-'54, F.H.A. Historian, '52-'54, Parks Sub-District
Repqrter, '54, Class Reporter, '51, Class Secretary, '52, Class
President, '53, Cheerleader, '53, Girls State Representative '53,
H-Club, '53-'54, Beta Club, '53-'54, Glee Club, '51-'53, Annual
Staff, '54, Paper Staff, '54, F.F.A. Queen, 'S4.
1. Pajama Party . . . 2. "Bliss Harris" . . . 3. Four of a Kind . . . 4. Baby . . . 5.'FIOyd "T" . . . 6. Lazy Bones
. . . 7. Ewing . . . 8. D0n't Peep . . . 9. Jaekie . . . 10. Pest . . . 11. Time changes everything . . . 12.
Back When . . . 13. Tippy . . . 14. What a pose! . . . 15. Wliafs the price? . . . 16. Senior Cuties . . . 17. Where
is Mr. Dorris?
On a cold December night as I sat in my easy chair
before the fireplace my thoughts strayed and I stared into
the blazing tire which appeared to me as the Senior Class
of '53-'54. As the night wore on the fire began toidie
down and the embers appeared as the individuals of our
class. These embers told the story of love, excitement,
adventure, success and cooperation.
First, I saw Tommy Barrett working away on the
time clock of the Louisville and Nashville train to make
sure it didn't meet up with the N. C. 81 St. L. Lines. He
was doing a grand job and the wrecks were inevitable.
Next appeared Hannah Campbell who had kept her
place at Wade Motor Co., only she was ,now promoted to
the position of Credit Manager. How's business Hannah?
Peggy Gann then came into the scene. She is now a
modest homemaker in New Hope. How those Hoors
shine, Good Work, Peggy I I I
Betty Dickson appeared as a teacher in the Watkins
Institute. Teach them "A stitch in time saves nine,"
Betty I I I
Then I saw Porter Curtis working away at the Ken-
tucky Derby. He was not the trainer, but the jockey!
Dorothy Clendening remained close to home. She is
now switchboard operator for the' Southern Bell Tele-
phone Co. Don't eavesdrop Dot!
The scene then changed to Chicago when at one of
the leading theaters was "Hear the Dixielandersf' star-
ring Lucien Anderson. Thus he had made a success of
his singing career. Wonderful voice, Huh I I I
Ewing White appeared next, he looked slightly differ-
ent from the boy we had seen in school. He is now a
M!Sgt. in the army. What do you do in the infantry,
White P ? ?
Betty Worsham is now a model for the Spiegel Co.,
in Chicago. What a success that girl is I I I BoyI did
their business increase ? ? ?
Next appeared Marguerite Durham, she is working
in the filing department of the Sunday School Board.
Watch Marguerite and don't get those files mixed!
Miller Frost is now operating a dairy in Shackle
Island. You realized the meaning of the slogan "Milk
for Health," huh, Frost?
Jackie Curtis appeared in New York, she is the book-
keeper for a prominent man there in the Empire State
Building. Better keep those debits and credits equal,
Jackie ! I I
Bobby Baker changed the scene considerably for on
Broadway was showing, "Where's Charlie?'I and guess
who was playing Charlie? none but Baker I I I
Thomas Buchanan was now acting as an advisor to
President Kefauver who had only recently taken office.
Great success, Thomas!
Joanne McDuITee came on the scene in Los Angeles,
she now owns and operates one of the largest Beauty
Salons there. Watch those haircuts, Joanne I I I
I. C. Blair now has a farm near the New Hope com-
munity, and the crops he is producing are unimaginable.
Is it the soil or you, J. C. ? ? ?
Pete Curtis appeared on the Old Hickory Lake. Was
he enjoying himself? Good catch, Pete I I !
Gran Harris was now manager of the National Stores
of Hendersonville. Guess who his secretary was ? ? ?
None but Anne Dorris. Good boss I I I
Roberta Caruthers is now the private secretary at the
Nashville Electric Company. With her typing so fast she
gets her work done in a half day. What do you do with
the other half? No loanng on the company's time Bobyl
Sarah Staley is now working as a "Home Economist"
in the Betty Crocker Kitchen. My, those pies I I I
Roy McConnell made his way to Washington and
there he has taken the place of Senator Albert Gore.
You climbed the ladder, McConnell, now see what you
can do with those Republicans ? ? ?
The scene changed to St. Thomas Hospital where
Anna Mae Wheeler is nurse. Those shots she gives,
can't you be a little easier, Wheeler ? ? P
Floyd Poindexter is now the vocational agricultural
advisor at Gallatin High School. Such F. F. A.'s he will
make of them I I I
Mary Jo Williams has made use of all that shorthand
and typing, by becoming secretary to the owner of
Harvey's. Working Girl I I I
Then the embers had faded away and once more I- was
aware of the fact that we were still a class attending
H. H. S., and though we would soon have completed
another milestone in our lives, we could leave thinking
of the past "Golden Memories" which had meant so much
to each of us.
C las.: Prophetess
First Row: Fay Allen, Olie Allen,
Second Row: Pete Dudney, Syd Dur-
ham, Geneva Eidson.
Third Row: Bobby Huggins, Buddy
Hurt, Gene Johnson.
JUNI R CLASS
First Row: Charles Brown, Betty Clendening, Larry Clendening, Charles Cook, Patsy Curtis
x Anne Dorris.
cond Row: Bobby Edwards, Ray Fennell, Howard Frost, Jackie Givan, Billie Jean Hawkins,
' Wayne Hickman.
Qi? ighird Row: Marjorie Kemper, Rosemary Kizer, Richard McMurtry, Ted McMurtry, Ann
Perry, Claude Ralph.
Q? Fourth : Christine Ralph, Tucker Seigenthaler, Jean Stafford, Faye Sutton, Charles
Walker, Mary Wheeler.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
MARY ANN STAMPS ..,.. ....... P resident
JUDY HUGGINS ....... ..... V ice-President
EARLINE GREGORY ..... .... S ecretdry-Treasurer
CLAUDIA BRIDGES ..... ....,....... R eporter
Ted Carr, Carol Dalton,
No Picture: Clyde Carr, Hillman Carr,
Frances Gleaves, William Hardaway, Harold Keene, Kenneth
McDuffee, Harold Rice, Bobby Timmons, Lavelle Vanhooser,
First Row: Clara Mae Blair, Claudia
Bridges, Kathleen Buchanan, Joanne
Castle, Charles Downs.
Second Row: Rose Dudney, Judy
Foster, Alvin Frakes, Mary Sue
Frazier, Barbara Gann.
Third Row: Beverly Garrett, Earline
Gregory, Judy Huggins, Steven Hurt,
Fourth Row: Rebecca Martin, Har-
riet McMurtry, Bobby Owen, Juanita
Palmer, Lamon Sisco.
Fifth Row: Joe Staley, Mary Ann
Stamps, Thomas Vanhooser, Billy
Wilson, Katherine Woodard.
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First Row: Shirley Brandon, Charles Brown, Mary Burnett, Joe Burnett,
Samuel Carver, Kitty Castle, Kippy Caudill, Ruth Cook, Allen Curtis.
Svmnd Row? Shirley Davidson, Donald Dixon, Ronald Dixon, Diane Dowell,
Willie Mae Draper, Betty Sue Dudney, Janice Durham, Kay Durham, Ruth
Third Raw: VVayne Fennell, Louise Frazier, Evelyn Frost, Bobby Gentry,
Donald Givans, Eugene Hardison, Edith Hardaway, Joe Hastings, Helen
Fourth Row: Jean Hurt, Johnny Keele, Marion Kemper, James Kizer, Lola
Lawhon, Ruth Latimer, Lois Lynch, David Martin, Ever Will McConnell.
Fifth' Row: Lucy McGlothin, Wayne Mitchell, Harry Murphree, Jimmy New-
man, Charles Palmer, Joanna Porter, Billy Sherves, Fred Smith, Jimmy Smith,
Sixth Row: Malcoln Smith, Ruth Stafford, Joe Steelc, VVesley Stinson, Larry
Stumb, Larry Thompson, Patricia Thompson, Francella Webb, Gene lVhitaker.
Seventh Row: Anna. Willis, Katherine Willis, Bobby Snoddy.
No Picture: Obie Durham.
Ierrctary and Treasurer, KITTY CASTLE, Reporter.
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TAYLOR CARTER ,...... ..... V ice-President
PATRICIA EDWARDS .... .....,,. S ecretary
JEAN CARUTHERS ..... . . . ..... Treasurer
JUDY HALL ...,.......,....,... ..,.. R eporter
MRS. THOMAS W. STONE, JR.. ,. ..... Sponsor
HANNA DOWELL .,,,....................,.... President
BILLY JOE MUNDY ..... ,........ V ice-President
JUDY OYSAIL ,.......... ..... S ecretary-Treasurer
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MISS CAROLYN RICHARDSON
MRS. A. C. VVEBB
MRS. GRAN HARRIS
MRS. DENNIS CARTER
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HANNAH CAMPBELL .....
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DOROTHY CLENDENING ......
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BETTY WORSHAM .....
MARY Jo WILLIAMS ....
ERMA PALMER ......
JACKIE CURTIS ............
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MR. W. C. LEATH ......
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Assistant Business Manager
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JOANNE MCDUFEE .........,..., Editor
LUCIEN ANDERSON ,.... Assistant Editor
TOMMY BARRETT ....,... Feature Editor
BETTY WORSHAM .,..,,. Feature Editor
HANNAH CAMPBELL ...... Society Editor
PORTER CURTIS ,......... Sports Editor
MARY WILLIAMS ......... Sports Editor
SARAH STALEY ....,,....... Joke Editor
ROBERTA CARUTHERS ........ Art Editor
ERMA PALMER ........,,........ Typist
EWING WHITE. . .Mimeograph Operator
Bonny BAKER ..,. Mimeograph Operator
Miss MARGARET GRIME ........ Sponsor
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Boy's State Representative
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Second Row: Mir, Hartman, Carter, Allen, Frakes, Durham, Timmons, A. Curtis, Huggins, King
Third Row: Brewington, Kilmon, Campbell, Johnson, Steel, Downs, Howe.
Loft to Rzght: Captain Gran Harris, Coach W. C. Leath, Co-Captain
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BANK OF HENDEKSONVILLE
Organized Phone 2111
Each Account Insured to 310,000.00 by F.D.I.C.
Dry Goods Kitchen Ware
Work Clothes Shoes
W. E. DAVIS 8: SON
Phone Madison 7-6166
COLE 8: GARRETT FUNERAL HOME
Compliments of Compliments of
ASSOCIATION CIVIC CLUB
Compliments of Compliments of
GRAVES-RAY-STARK WILSQN FARMS
V-F-W- GENERAL LIVESTOCK
NG. Hendersonville, Tennessee
Repairing-Gasoline-Oil-F, tone T1 Hendersonville, Tennessee
Phone 2581 Ph 2322
"Outfitters for the Home"
JOHN E. FREED
Tools, Fence, Roofing, and Hardware
W H I N
"Your Best Bet in Entertainment"
1010 on your Dial
DRY CLEANERS AND
Cleaners of Distinction
A. D. Steele, Proprietor
B. E. MYERS sr SON, INC. KUZY K1 ICHEN
Madison, Tennessee "Where You Eat and
Meet Your Friends"
Clothing and Shoes Hendersonville, Tenness
For the Entire Family Phone 2512
J. E. NEWMAN' sf SON
Feed, Grinding Seed and Hauling
Howard Lee, Proprietor
Hef1defS0f1Vi11C, TCHUCSSEC Hendersonville, Tennessee
Phone 5251 Phone: Office 3782-Residence 2681
W. J. 4E1LLJ COLE
HENDERSONVILLE NEWMAN'S SERVICE
DRUG CO. STATION
Pyeyfyippigm Texaco Gas and Oil
Drugs-Sundaes-Ice Cr Tires-Tubes-Accessories
Hendersonville, T U, Ph 2084 Hendersonvill Tenn. Phone 2062
BROWN MILLING CO.
Home of Oven Queen Flour
Buyers and Transporters
238 West Gray Gallatin
BECKY'S FLOWER H ARDC ASTLE
SHOP MOTOR OO.
Mrs. Rebecca W. johnson, Owner Phone 9-2806
L. R. ANDERSON
8: HEATING CO.
Norge A p pliances-Bendix
phones. Gallatin, Tennessee
Day 2551 Night 3112 Ph 731 Prince Street
Comfffmff of CASTLE'S SUPER
BLANKENSHIP STUDIO MARKET
"For Fine Foods"
Nashville, Tennessee CASH AND CARRY
Phone 2-5777 Phone 3041
Anderson, Yowell, 81 Rippy
HOGIN 8: PARKS
Real Estate and Auctions
Gallatin Phone 1090
Pilot Knob Limestone Co., Inc.
Phone 681 or 211-W
Serving the Automotive Trade
GALLATIN AUTO PARTS
Phone 845 or 846 263 W. Main, Gallatin
FOREST RETREAT DINER
Excellent Home-Cooked Meal:
Marjorie Williams, Owner
Phone 2055 Hendersonville
Montague Drive-In Theatre
"Movies Are Better Than Ever"
Gallatin Road Madison, Tennessee
Goodlettsville Dry Cleaners
SUMNER COUNTY CREAMERY
Phone 644 or 715
W. N. ROBERTSON 81 CO.
Sheriff of Sumner County
William and Parson's Furniture Co.
ALBRIGHT WAREHOUSE CO.
Goodlettsville Shoe Shop
"open all 91'
Phone 9-2862 Goodlettsville, Tenn.
PAYNE BROS. FEED CO.
K. C. MOBILE SERVICE
IOHNSON IMPLEMENT CO.
DORRIS 8: SWIFT GROCERY
I. W. ETHERIDGE Bruce Carter Plumbing Co.
Hendersonville, Tennessee Hendersonville, Tennessee
Phone 2391 Phone 3652
Sumner County Star, Inc. WRIGHT 8: SILVEY GARAGE
fob Printing and Publishing Hendersonville, Tennessee
Phone 2042 Hendersonville, Ten Phone 2751
GALLATIN BOOK STORE
KIRSCH FLOWER SHOP
GALLATIN FLOWER SHOP
KRAFT FOOD CO.
1. c. PENNEY co.
Pay Cash . . . Pay Less , 'S
Gallatin, Tennessee IQ'
RANDOLPH HOUSE CO.
BIG BEAR SUPER MARKET
MADISON 5 8: 10
AMQUI SERVICE STATION IDEAL LAUNDRY
Madison, Tennessee "All that the Name Implies"
Phone 7-6171 255 Woodland Street Nashville, Tenn.
E. A. DANIEL KING'S DARI DELIGHT
Texaco Gas-Oil-Groceries 604 Gallatin Road, North
Madison, Tenn. Phone 7-9915 Madison, Tennessee
GOODLETTSVILLE FEED MILL
Tax Assessor "Wayne Feeds"
Gallatin, Tennessee Goodlettsville, Tennessee
LAYON BROWN ED LANE
County Court Clerk Circuit Court Clerk
Gallatin, Tennessee Gallatin, Tennessee
MODERN EQUIPMENT CO. KEMP MOTOR CO.
Gallatin, Tennessee Oldsmobile Sales and Service
Phone 1045 Gallatin, Tenn. Phone 1568
RANDY RECORD SHOP WADE MOTOR CO.
Gallatin, Tennessee Gallatin, Tennessee
Phone 1600 Phone 618
DRAPER HOME SUPPLY CO. KORMAN'S DEPT. STORE
"Everything for the Home" "Outfitters for the Entire Familyu
Hardware-Electrical Appliances-Paint National Advertised Merchandise
Madison, Tennessee Madison, Tenn. Phone 7-6493
Compliments of Compliment of a
MADISOTH dM?iTEE MARKET FRIEND
WEBSTER 8: HITT, No. 1, Gallatin, Tennessee
AARON'S, Gallatin, Tennessee
SELLER'S FLORIST, Madison, Tennessee
ADCOCK'S GARAGE, Hendersonville, Tennessee
jUNE'S CAFE, Hendersonville, Tennessee
BAKER MOTOR CO., Gallatin, Tennessee
BLUES JEWELRY STORE, Gallatin, Tennessee
JUDGE C. D. KEY, Gallatin, Tennessee
SOUTHSIDE SERVICE STATION, Gallatin, Tennessee
COFFEE CUP NO. 1, Gallatin, Tennessee
CHANDLER'S DRY GOODS, Gallatin, Tennessee
HESTER CHEVROLET CO., Gallatin, Tennessee
BROOKS MEN 8: BOYS' FURNISHINGS, Goodlettsville, Tennessee
AUBREY MOORE INSURANCE CO., Goodlettsville, Tennessee
LUSTER'S BARBER SHOP, Goodlettsville, Tennessee
NIX 84 CARNAHAN, Goodlettsville, Tennessee
FELICE'S LOG CABIN ANTIQUE SHOP, Gallatin, Tennessee
HIX 8: LEWIS FLOWER SHOP, Gallatin, Tennessee
SUMNER COUNTY NEWS, Gallatin, Tennessee
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