Ludlow High School - Memories Yearbook (Ludlow, KY)
- Class of 1955
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.wp .J 1 ET .. . - , rf' f . . .. A. ii' Q 7 E 25 in V5 .- ,LLL - Z 44 a-1: ' 'P r f' I? 552 ' ., I L 'Q I Y-A Q -1 DEDICATION MISS FRANCES ELVIRA SHORT Her loyalty and anterest IH each student make her lrreplaceable and unforgettable As our guude nn school lute she h of learn made posslble by It she has gulded our thoughts to higher planes by settlng a fn ne Chrlstlan example So we the Class of 5 5 dedicate thus annual to you Miss Short because of your snncerlty your service your realness . ' ' ' as shown the importance ing and the achievement ' ' 5 ' I I ll Il ' ' I ' , SPONSORS MRS BERNIECE HUTCHISON MR DALE H DICKEN ADMINISTRATION l 'HQ MR R G HUEY MR J T CONFORTI Supermfendenr Principal THE NINETEEN FIFTY-FIVE d by h SENIOR CLASS o LUDLOW HIGH SCHOOL Presenfe T e LUDLOW, KENTUCKY FACU LTY FIRST ROW Mr Tipton Mrs Hufclwlson Mr Confortu Mr Huey Mlss Snort SECOND ROW Mlss Bullock Miss Routf Mrs Confortu Mrs Combs Mrs Kidd THIRD ROW Margse Romanwnz Mr Zeen Mr Kennedy Mr Grolock Mr Brash ear FOURTH ROW Mr Wnlluams Mr Oakley Mr Buck Mr Alwlstrom AN NUAL STAFF FIRST ROW SEATED D Wnlfley M Cleveland J Anderson A Haflon G Pres nell I Mc uffey P rankln S OND RC J R An ersor rel 1 .I l Cauley S Hanlon D Sclwlrz B Garrson N nk B Baker R Godsev I . ' , . l , . 4, . , I V : I , ' , . ', . , . 4 : ' ' , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , . . , : . ' , . , . , . , , , . G , . F I . ,EC ul: . d , 1, S, S. sol, .NC , . , . , , E , .S35 , . , . , . SENIOR CLASS OF LUDLOW HIGH SCHOOL Q JJ X 5 ff Q S K' f . A f fx 'I ,lwk -Q ARLAND HATTON Tennessee nd 3 4 Spotl e Ed tor 3 4 Ann Edstor 4 Vsce Pressdent Sensor Class Sensor Play Bowlsng Team 4 CLASS OFFICERS EARL HARMON G-Assesz Gszzard otball I 2 Lsbra C u 2 4 Class Pres t A Club 2 Conservatson Club I Sensor Pay Bowlsng Club 4 CAROL ANN Coosce Cookse Spotlste Staff 3 4 Sensor Class Treasurer 3 4 Prom Attendant 3 GAA rasurer 4 Lsbrary Club 'I 2 3 Club 4 Bowlsng Club A l Qvxm Doszss GARRETT WHWLEY Smsley ee Club I u aorette 2 Lsbr ry Club 2 3 Sece tary 3 Secretary Junsor and Sensor Class HOYYWGCOIWHQ Queen A Sensor Play An nual Staff ,x ' F0 s , 3, 4: ' ry lub lg L Cl b , 3, 7 iden 3, 5 Pep I ' : ' l : . ,, .W 'X s. A A sa , ..,,, 2 K- Q, It l Y Q Band I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Ag , : 1 2, 3, 4, I Te g ' , , g Pep B6 f 1 iY I , 1 Ual GI ,2g FHA If Pep CI b I, 2 ' 1 ' ' ' : M i g ' a , , r 3 s , I JUANITA ANDERSON Nita GAA 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Library Club l, 2, 3, FHA I, 2, Annual Staff, Junior and Senior Play. RAY ANDERSON Ray Conservation Club l, L Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 4, Annual Staff, Library Club l, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain Baseball, Junior and Senior Play. WILLIAM W. Bisi-lop Bill Football Manager 2, 3, Basketball Manager l, 2, Baseball Manager l, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Football I, Visual Aids l, Library l, 2, Conservation Club l, Pep Club 4, L Club l, 2, 3, 4, King Sophomore Sweater Swing A, Spot, lite 3. SUE ROSE CLARK Honey Band l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, Y-Teens l, Library Club l, Pep Club l, 2, Bowling Club 4. BETTY Jo BAKER Jetty Bo Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, FHA l, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Dramatics Club l, 2, 3, President 3, Student Council 4, President, Spotlite 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Junior and Senior Play. NLAURICE BISING Weasel, Library Club l, 2, 3, L Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Conservation Club l Football l, 2, 3, 4, Attendant for Home- coming Queen 4, Senior Play, 1 MARTHA LEE CLEVELAND Martha Library Club 'l, 2, Glee Club l, Y-Teens 1, FHA 1, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, Student Council 3, Secretary and Treas' urer, Junior Play, Annual Staff, Bowling Club 4. FANOLA COMPTON Fanolio FHA l, 2, GAA 2, 3, L Teens l. we A.. . BENNY BREEZE CLARY Breeze Library Club l, 2, 3, L Club l, 2, 3, 4, Conservation Club l, 2, Football Manager 2, 3, 4, Basketball i, 2, 4, Manager Bas. ketball 3, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Manager, Library Assistant l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer L Club 3. GEORGIA ANN CHITWOOD Georgia Speech Festival 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. CHARLOTTE ANN HERINGHAUS Fuzzy GAA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, L Teens 4, Chorus 3, 4, Substitute Cheerleader 4, Maiorette and Band 3, Prom Attendant 3, Homecoming Attendant 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Bowling Club 4. JOHN FOSTER MORROW Big John Conservation Club l, High Y l, Photo Club l, L Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 4, Library Club 3, Quaterback Club 2, Pep Club 4, President, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Junior and Senior Play, Student Council 4, Bowling Club 4, Track 4. PEGGY JEAN FRANKLIN Peg FHA 'l, Glee Club 1, Y-Teens 1, Library Club l, 2, 3, GAA 2, Student Council 2, Spotlite Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff, Pep Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Dramatics Club 4, Junior and Senior Play, Bowling Club A. BYRON VAN GRIFFITH Cliff Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Photo 1, Library 1, 2, 3, Conservation Club 1, Football I, 2, 3, L Club l, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Presi- dent of Sophomore Class, Attendant for Homecoming Queen 1, 2, 3. 'ani RAYMOND ORVILLE GODSEY, JR. Ray Hi-Y 2, 3, Student Council 2, Glee Club 'l, 2, Visual Aids 3, 4, Secretary 3, Photo Club l, 2, President 2, Library Club I, Conservation Club 1, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 4, Secretary, Library Assis- tant 2, 3, Annual Staff. NELL SUE HANLON Nell Class Treasurer 2, Sweater Queen 3, Pep Club l, 2, 4, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, Cap- tain 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Library Club l, 2, Bowling Club 4, Homecoming Queen A1- tendant 2, Annual Staff, Junior and Sen- ior Play. I 1 -S , f,- 1 WALTER PRESLEY YOUNG Garney Library Club l, 2, 3, Conservation Club 1, Pep Club 4, Student Planning Board 3, Basketball l, 2, Bowling Club 4, Junior Play. WILLIAM F. GARRISON Bill Band l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club l, 2, Glee Club 3, Photo Club 2, Conservation Club 1, Visual Aids 3, 4, Bowling Club 4, Jun- ior Play, Annual Staff. JANEY SUE LITTLE Janey Dramatics Club 2, President 3, 4, Vice President Latin Club 2, Secretary, Quar- terback 2, Glee Club 4, Time Star Reporter 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Speech Festi- val 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN JEAN MEASNER Carol Library Club 'l, 2, FHA I, Glee Club 2, 3, Y-Teens l, Quarterback 2. Q 6 1 W CZ E Nr X :A JANET GAIL PRESNELL Gail Cheerleader 3, 4, Pep Club 'l, 2, 4, L Teens l, 2, 4, Vice President 4, L Club 4, Spotlite 3, 4, Business Manager Annual Staff, Assistant Editor, Girls' State 3, Junior and Senior Plays, FHA l, 2, Stu- dent Council l, Bowling Club 4, Sweater Swing Attendant 2. Joi-iN ALLAN KORDENBROCK Johnny Football 2, 3, 4, L Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 4, Library Club I, Conservation Club l, 2. .it N , fi li AUDREY VANCE CONRAD Audie Glee Club I, 3, GAA 1, Library Club l, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 1, Pep Club 4, Junior Play. DONALD PAYE MCCAULEY Don Visual Aids l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Conservation Club 'l, Football Manager 3, Bowling Club 4. ' xi I 1 IMA JEAN MCGUFFEY lmy Glee Club 2, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, L Teens 2, Spotlite Staff 3, 4. Assistant Editor 3, 4, Junior Vice Presi- dent, Pep Club 4, Vice President, Bowling Club 4, Annual Staff Treasurer, Junior and Senior Play. WARREN B. WHITAKER Whit Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, Conservation Club l, Photo Club I, Visual Aids l, Pep Club 4, L Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Attendant 3, Baseball I, Track 4. Q1 -1 1 4 x X JOYCE ANN MCCAULEY Joyce Class President l, GAA 2, Library Club l Band 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Bowling Club 4, L Teens 2, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 4. OLIVER SAMUEL RIGNEY Ollie Basketball 3, Baseball 3, Visual Aids 4. Q 4 A' 3 A U iN ig 4. 2,5 5,wL':1'zG L fggrf.rrv-uf fr ,' Q, .,? 'x, f f -Lf Q15 F' 6 l X BuEoRo G. MCM: LLAN Boody Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, L Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, Pep Club 4, Visual Aids Club 2, Library Club 2, 3, Conservation Club 1. RICHARD ALLEN PADGETT Reverend Conservation Club 1, Bowling Club 4. IDS' 1-Q5 DAVID EARL SCHULTZ Dave Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Conser- vation Club 'lg Visual Aids Club 'l, 45 Photo Club 2, Glee Club l, 2, Junior Play, Spotlite Staff 3, 4, Quarterback 2, Annual Staff. SHIRLEY RAE SNELSON Pepsi Dramatics lg FHA 1, GAA 2, Pep Club 4, Library Club I, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Senior Play, Annual Staff. Y .K Q. ROBERT SCHAFER Bob Library Club l, 2, 3, L Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Pep Club A, Basketball 2, 3, A, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. NANCY MARIE SPINK Nance FHA l, Pep Club 4, Spotlite Staff 3, A, Junior and Senior Play. lfra L I ,. . x ., I-I I-M N? 'K 'N X 5 ...Q L. , Q Q J la . L ,Q ' ., .L ,. .,. . P , ,f.. I THOMAS ALBERT VINCENT T, V. Visual Aids Club l, 2, Pep Club 4, Con- servation Club 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, L Club 3, 4, President of L Club 4, Student Council lg Basketball l, 2, 3, A. PATSY WHITAKER Par Glee Club l, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Folk Club 2, 3, Journalism 3, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Play. WILLIAM GENE Riccs Knuck Conservation Club I, Pep Club 2, 3, Ag Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Football Manager 1, 2, Basketball Manager l, 2, Senior Play, Visual Aids Club 2, Library Club lg Annual Staff, Bowling Club 4, Library Club l. PEGGY J. WILLIAMS PeQQY L Teens lg Bowling Club 4, Pep Club 1, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, President 2, 4, Quar- terback Club 2, Band 3, 4. SAM FISHER Fish Band l, 2, 3, 4, Drum Maior l, 2, 3, A, Junior and Senior Plays, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 4, Conservation Club 2. 0-Lf, YN!! l an X 48: JAC K WI L LIS Hero Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Photo Club l 2 Library Club 'l, 2, 3, Pep Club 4. PAUL LINDSEY REDDING Lindsey Conservation Club l, 1 CG 99 Memories of Work Times I Q L-S.. 'Mfg- 4 dPu...,4n Q' f A I 9, v. 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I - I - I v 1 - 1 - I I - f - - SPOTLITE STAFF 3 ,,- i sy ,A ff,-A-A XA LEFT TO RIGHT Gaul Presnell Nancy Spank Arland Hatton Ima Mccuffey Peggy Franklun Betiy Jo Baker Mrs Bullock Bob Kessel Carol Cooke Lows Shryock Nancy Young SENIOR PLAY CAST FIRST ROW B Baker P Whnaker D WhnIey I McGuffey N Spank SECOND ROW J Morrow C Herrunghaus R Anderson B Clary J Anderson P Franklen THIRD ROW W Whnaker A Havton E Ganser S Hanlon S Snelson G PresnelI A U '3 S 'Vw ir r +4 U , . xl I 5 . Q , A 'r-4 1 It ' I I 0 ' I x I , ' 1 ' Q 1 A I ' s I ,A r x V I .v , 1 - I Q I IS x X A' W 4 Q Q A I ' . ' Q 4 , ' .Q ' ' . 'X 3- 'X r ,fg . I 4 'A' ' PEP CLUB FlRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT O Johnson B Curd F Kidder M Rus? M Chesfnul G C mpbell S Smnh R Remley A Kolar D Rush and R Anderson SECOND ROW S Hanlon B Hampton C Hamul Ton P Young M Daly B Clary N Wnlllams H Boyle J Weust B Mclllllllnan and H Stoffle THIRD A Sears and J Buck FOURTH ROW G Chnwood S Snelson N Young C Herlnghaus A Vance J Remley N Baugh J Draud P Franklm I McGuffey W Whnaker G Presnell andJ Kordenbrock L CLUB xy 1 1 'I -Q NA FIRST ROW Mr Oakley R Anderson J Wnllns G Presnell S Hanlon .l Morrow W Whnaker Mr Wnllnams SECOND ROW J Rernley E Gauser R Blsmg T Vmcent K Ratllff B McMnllan THIRD ROW J Kordenbrock B Bnshop D Smnh B Clary K Wnllnarns B Schafer .E . WQQ. 7 f ll' , A ' 52 il 1 ' ' sa ., J I A XI bl I . if Y, 'l .f 7 . ,ff I 4 B 'N , J 1 I I , U ' I ROW: A. White, R. Colwell, K. Ratliff, J. Campbell, J. Willis, B. Schaffer, M. Lvans, C. Haynes, N. achulfz, ll ll 1, S S u V . ' , or n ly .. n 1- ' I 0 ' A U - 7' ii .f . ' v. ng ' . , , J N ' I X L TEENS FIRST ROW Garl Presnell Joyce McCauley Luanne Carter S Lukey J Ernest A Kolar S Smnh Mrs Krdd SECOND ROW H Stoffle O Johnson B Cord E McCauley M Baugh J Buck J Campbell F Kndderl THIRD ROW J Dalton R Remley G Campbell B Hampton A Sears N Schultz L Shryock JUNIOR PLAY CAST L me fr.-ww if .. 'fZS'im'w la 4, fi I BAQ ROW Gary Egluan Sue Denham Jolla Arr Ronnre Jacks Charlle Haynes Mary Whrvaker Kenny Gavnn Ronnie Colwell SECOND ROW Harry Egan Jo A n Grossman Barbara Frsher Charlene Klerer Bob Kessel Rrchard Jenmngs VISUAL AIDS gil sf: vxw N .ffKX '5 Aff K Gavm Mr Buck THIRD ROW P Wren R Colwell D Schultz K Ratluff DRAMATICS CLUB an La FIRST ROW J Lmle A Koiar J uck B Hampton J C mpbell M Daley M Baugh S Denham Mr Kennedy SECOND ROW P Franklin C Kleler B Fisher J Grossman C Trust! S Resler J Arr THIRD ROW L Shryc k K Rarlnff E Kuhlman M Evans R Creamer K Gavm A Whne , , x W I , , ,Z ' Zz A ' 'R I . . , .5 W, -v - X ' W 4 V., U I , Zf . ,f ' TP I ji I If 1' , ,, . , Q 4 .. V V - t v l I U Q v-1 A vi V Q3 4 ' ' .ff FIRST ROW: G. Eglian, O. Perrine, R. Godsey, B. Garrison. SECOND ROW: R. Bising, D. Little, C, Haynes, 0 v ,v.,IhLw I b . , I . .r,, , - ' ,J V K .X .. V 1 T7 4-. tl I I A Lzf 4 of : . ' , , , .B , . , . a , . , . , . , , STUDENT COUNCIL 15' iii SEATED FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT D Dlcken R CoIweII L Shyrock B Baker and C Schaffler SECOND ROW STANDING B WuIson W Butters S Smnh J Mobley A Klnentank andJ Young DRILL TEAM FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT M Chestnut M Evans J Weust C KI: M Rust B Fnghtmasier C Barker and .I McGuffey SECOND ROW J Coomer B Fusher B Lykms J Grossman M Whltaker C Hammonds and J Snlvers . MK I ,, vv Y? 'P Y t X ..- 1 13' fs AQ..- X, , :.',.',.',. ,.' . . , 1. ,. ,. ,.'er,. ,. SENIOR HIGH MIXED CHORUS HJVIQ ,ll cv FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT J Silvers C Cooke D Rush M Baugh G Kordenbrock C Kleier G Chitwood J Smock and B Plunkett SECOND ROW N Baugh M Chestnut M Evans N Hammons J Little C Heringhaus A Sears P Kidder and J Buck THIRD ROW J Air M Daley M Whitaker J McCauley N Williams J Grossman S Herzog B Baker S Denham FOURTH ROW L Shyrock I McGuffey R Simon C Truitt H Boyle P Berserford S Resler B Fisher S Lukey N Young FIFTH ROW J Giaser A Trimble L Jones D McGuffey G Helebush K Gavin D Wren C Webster and R Jacks GIRLS CHORUS ca Q :J . FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: T. Morrison, B. Baugh, D. Rush, C. Cooke, C. Kleier, E. Meece, J. James and M. Rex. SECOND ROW: P. Rouse, J. Buck, J. Little, S. Denham, J. Air, N. Hammons, M. Evans, and M. Baugh. THIRD ROW: M. Daley, M. Whitaker, N. Williams, P. Hubler, C. Gavin, E. Schroyel, J. Evans and B. Baker. FOURTH ROW: A. Kleintank, S. Lukey, L. Shyrock, C. Truitt, J. Coomer, D. Lowmeyer, N. Young, and C. Lillard. BAND FIRST ROW Charlene Durham Charlotte Durham M Baugh J Haggard S Clark S Lukey S Denham N Wullnams C Gavin SECOND ROW E Creamer C Cooke J McCauley M Whnaker D McGuffey K Gavm C Webster S Herzog G Amr THIRD ROW Mr Ahlsvrom J Buck J Penny M Daley A Tnmble B Garroson R Godsey G Hellebush C Trunf G Kordenbrock FOURTH ROW C Webster R Jacks R Creamer D Schultz T Creamer H Shadoan J Ganser J Arr D Wren MAJORETTES mf -fir KNEELING Sylvua Lulmey Joyce McCauley Donna Schleme Jo Ann Haggard B enda H U ngan STAND ING Glenda Kordenbrock Carol Tmm Sue Clark : I I' I' I' I' IA I . ',. ,. , . '. 2. ,. ,. , , ,. ' ,- ',- ,- ,. ',. - 2. ,. fa f- f- 1- 1- V1-lf' - SENIOR POPULARITY POLE Sue Hanlon Charlotte Herunghaus Sue Hanlon Sue Hanlon Sue Hanlon Gall Presnell Janey Lrttle Janey Ltttle Janey Luttle Fanola Compton Janey Lnttle Janey Llttle Gall Presnell Juanita Anderson Peggy Wllluams Fanola Compton Fanola Compton Georgia Chttwood Gaul Presnell Gaul Presnell Martha Daley MOST POPULAR MOST ATTRACTIVE BEST DISPOSITION FRIENDLIEST CUTEST BEST DRESSED MOST VERSATILE MOST BRILLIANT MOST DIGNIFIED QUIETEST MOST WILLING WORKER MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST DANCER BEST ATHLETE MOST BASHFUL MAN HATER WOMAN HATER GIGGLIEST BIGGEST CUT UP MOST TALKATIVE MOST POPULAR UNDERGRADUATE Arland Hatton Bob Schafer Benny Clary Benny Clary Bob Schafer Ray Anderson Arland Hatton Ray Godsey Tom Vincent Richard Padgett Arland Hatton Arland Hatton Ray Anderson Jack Wallis Rtchard Padgett Ruchard Padgett John Morrow John Morrow John Morrow John Draud ' BIGGEST BLUFFER John Morrow CG ' 99 Memorzes av- fn yi. iw-rx. . 14.9 'giftin- T . J Y I' I ' ,C . . 00, T l rr- SPORTS IN 54 AND '55 x 07 SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS JUNIOR H IGH CHEERLEADERS M. DALEY G. PRESNELL S. HANLON R. REMLEY B. HAMPTON S. SMITH J MQBLEY Q DURHAM C, DURHAM E. MEECE 'HSI QSQEBP 5 12 5 WSSH 53' 11i9g7UY,Q53ef5 5 5 N14 4' FIRST ROW left to rnght Bruce Schafer Harry Free Clnfford Wynn Wayne Kung Noel Young Bull Blsmg Neal Truss Bob Atchley Dave Riddle Bobby Epperson SECOND ROW Benny Clary John Draud Don Creager Herman Spada Warren Whnaker Arthur Muracle Charles Haynes Ronme Busang Earl Ganser THIRD ROW Coach L E Oakley John Morrow Robert Schafer John Kordenbrock Larry Pruce Fred Etler Ronnue Colwell Kenneth Ratllff Tom Vlncent Jnm Grufflth Assustant Coach Harold Wnlluams Beechwood Won Holmes Lost Dayton Lost Dlxue Lost Lloyd Lost Highland Lost Bellevue Lost Newport Lost Campbell Co Lost 6 SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS JOHN KORDENBROC BOB SCHAFER BILL BlS!NG IM GRIFFITH RREN Wy-HTA :Nl If JOHN MORROW BASKETBALL TEAM STANDING J Remley J Wnllzs R Anderson B Bishop B McMnllan B Schafer W Whitaker T Vnncent G Egllan SITTING B Clary Manager Asslstant Coach L E Oakley Coach H Wrlllams K Wnllnams Manager Lloyd T Lost Bellevue H Won Boone County T Lost Dayton H Won Silver Grove T Won Walton H Won Dayton T Won Highlands H Won Ssmon Kenton T Lost Holmes H Lost Beechwood T Won Lloyd H Won Simon Kenton H Lost Dlxle T Lost Boone County H Won Campbell County H Won Beechwood H Won Bellevue T Lost 'DIXIE T Lost 'Tournament Los 8 Won 1 1 Points per game Ludlow 60 2 78 ,- BLLL 41 44 1- , - ,7,, 6 6 6 66 6 61 52 , - ' 46 79 7 , - 6 6 66 6 6 69 60 ' ' , - 66 6 66 LLLLL 6 66 6 63 45 , - 77,,oL 66 669 39 - ' , - 66 6 6 6 6 6 52 50 -i - n 1 - f V 7 7 58 55 Opposlt on 63 ' , - 66 66 6 6 6 6 59 50 , - 7,,7 66 6 6 66 666678 58 , - 66 6 6 6 66 66 63 48 , - 6 6 61 47 ' , - 6 79 40 ' ' , - 666666 66 6666 6 6 6 6 6 66 63 44 , - 6 66 66 61 60 , - 66 59 , - 58 55 , - 6 666 6 6 49 40 . . , - V A W 46 FN! 2 er r- fra' - flier 'Q 'Y' -sv-L L L Qual 'fsfwgff-r4 'Q N- ... mfs. ,sr LEFT TO RIGHT Coach Harold Wal arns nnle B g row rs Ru Jam s Remley Robert Meece John D aud Ollne Rgney Rober? Sckafer Lar y McCar hy A ssant Coach L E Oakley Simon Kenton Won Newport Public Won Holmes Won Dayton Won BF-echvvood Won DIXIE Los! TOURNAMENT Holy Cross Won ST Henry Won Erlanger Lloyd Lost 5232? - 3 Q , O, , -.1 53, -- s .. 6 l, J .-nw. -N, 3 A U K' --sk' .Y L' 1 A L '-' Nw xg ,,,, .Y Q ' ,v lf , lx .. .33 1 1 I l ' 4 N .,. Q L l lf, T. . X X n - V qf L, P' h ,L u f .xx-7 I k ,f ' AX 7 ' 4 A f - ,Q 5 , V' Z ' V , ' I ll . 1:5 ' 'WK ' KL L' ' f- E T ' fi Q . 1' ' N- P A ' u ' ' ,h -I ' - 1 V .A f M , ' -- I ,,,V , r , , N A '- , f- , , - Q V T O, . ' ' s- 2 ani. f ' ' .-i-fir . -f ' -'x -4 .513 4 P-7 . ,v N nf-., ' - 'Aff-Lf - ,, 'V-' ' -V. ' ' ' . it , ' If Jf, , l ' 'H VV' -' I- l '.,.- , . ' .Q 4 :fl l ' . . - fe-' Q T ' ' -M A , 19 ..-, --- 7 - : 11 , Ro as-n , Ray Ande s r, Blll B hop, Blll 'ggs, e , , r , ' T , . , r 7 , 5 T ' . ' - 9 O ' - ll 2 - 11 2 - 6 l , - 9 O ' ' - l 6 - 5 2 . - 6 l Do Q ,f ' M-wr'-l uv' 1 15 gs, ul: 5 5. f wh N X E Q 1 4 ne' ,I if ' -va 'xl HISTORY Clumbung the Ladder of Educatlon we began on the furst rung as wobbly Freshmen There were 65 of us to follow the leadershlp of Joyce McCauley as President Presley Young as Vlce President Tommy Vincent as Secretary and Martha Cleveland as Treasurer with Mr Spratt and Mrs Hale as sponsors That year we lost Bull Webb and Nancy Spank After successfully wadrng our way through home economucs rndustrnal arts algebra I and our bug social event the Skatung Party we took the second step on the Ladder to become Sophomores As such we garned Charlotte and Charles Herrnghaus Paul Redding and Ima McGuffey to follow the able leadership of Jam Grufftth Pres: dent Earl Garser Vrce Presldent and Sue Hanlon Secretary and Treas urer To make sure we drdnt sknp from our perch on the Ladder we had Mrs Confortl and Muss Nolte to prod us on through biology alge bra II typing I and the Sophomore Sweater Swrng We were slowly reaching the top of the Ladder as we b gan our Junlor year Pulllng us up were Earl Galser Presldent Ima McGuffey In the eventful year we lost from our folds Sue Aytes Carol Sue Barker Don Trmme and Charles Herlnghaus but we galned Arland Hatton Nancy Spank and Ollue Rrgney Seelng us through our Carnlval Play and Prom were Mlss Smith and Mlss Matherly By the time we had struggled through physics geometry and U S Hnstory we looked up to see the last rung before us In our Sensor year we lost Sam Fisher and Charlue Bell but were for tunate enough to galn Janey Luttle who moved from the Junlors to loin us Georgia Chutwood and Patsy Whutaker Slnce thus was our last and most Important year we chose to lead us successfully Earl Ganser Presrdent Arland Hatton Vlce Presudent Dons Whntley Secretary and Carol Cooke Treasurer wlth Mr Dncken and Mrs Hutchison as sponsors Because we went over our set goal for magaznne sales we went confidently on through the Sensor play Chnstmas card sales movie, annual and Junnor Sensor Prom By JOYCE MCCAULEY and IMA MCGUFFEY I I I I 1 ' , ' ' 1 , - ' I I . I ' ' ' e Vice Presidentg Doris Whitley, Secretary and Carol Cooke, Treasurer. I I l ' I ' I I ' ' . I I I I I I I ' 1 , ' ' 1 I ' , 1 , I . n . 1 . ' I I I PROPHECY Now that we have reached the top of our Ladder we can see rn the future As the traln roars Into the great MLSRRS CMetropol1s of Ludlow Southern Raul road STBTIODD un 1965 we see as head enqrneer and frreman Presley Young and Bull Blsmg They have recerved therr commrsslons and are brrnglng the graduates of 1955 to a class reunuon What ns thus commotron'-' Just back from a cruise we see Bull Rrggs and Ollre Rrgney navy veterans surrounded by Betty Jo Baker head nurse Martha Cleve land and Nancy Spmk wrth Carol Cooke as physlcal therapist Blll has broken has frnger and Ollre ran unto a door nothrng SCTIOUSD after Irstenrng to the thrrllung game that Ray Anderson pitched and Benny Clary managed for the New York Grants Gettrng off the train now we see Charlotte Herrnghaus gust back from a model :ng campaign ln Europe She has wrth her her gurl Friday Shurley Snelson We now see Dave Schultz who has recently been on a chess tour around the world Upon defeating Richard Padgett Dave as now the new world Champnon Warren Whitaker and Jack Wrllls are not stopplng wrth us as they are taking their basketball team m the State Frnals Peggy Wllllams head gurls coach at Umversrty of Cuncrnnatn Sue Hanlon and Juanita Anderson team co captains have lust gotten off the traln They have an Important game tomorrow evening so they wont be able to stay for the bug reunlon Lrsten to all the norse Of course It s Arland Hatton Chemistry teacher at Whntes burg and Mr Drcken argurng as usual about the atom CMcCauleyj IS busy supplying Earl s :deals Now gettrng off the tram we see John Morrow and Ray Godsey who are chref chemrcal engrneers for the bug Atomic plant In Paducah passung the time of day wuth Bobby Schafer who demonstrates new reclining chairs at TV s CTommy Vrncentj DO NO MORE THAN YOU HAVE TO Furniture Store Behind that magazrne we see two heads one belonging to Georgia Chltwood hardware buyer for Woolworth s un Covrngton and the other to Sue Clark assustant manager at Woolworth s and Company At the telegraph desk we see Jam Grrfflth and Don McCauley who designed the new Lushmoblle which IS to be tested by John Kordenbrock face of the hot rod trackj Since Audrey Conrad and her husband have declded to make Alaska their permanent home she wrll not be wrth us due to lmpassable dog trarls We were so happy that Doris Whrtley was able to fund a baby srtter for her two adorable children and new house so she could be wlth us for the reunuon To see what rs causrng thus uproar we push our way through the crowd and fund none other than Buford McMullan who has of late taken over the George Cobel show wrth hrs wrnter Paul Reddnng and number one cameraman Bull Garrison Carolyn Measner now comrng out of the termrnal has returned to LH S to be Mr Huey s private secretary Due to the success of Patsy Whrtaker s new show she and her costume desrgner Fanola Compton wall not be wrth us long as they have a show tomorrow Last but not least we have emergrng from the Caboose Janey Lrttle Peggy Franklrn Ima McGuffey and Gaul Presnell who have been dorng quate well ID the teachlng professlon As we greet these last alumnu comrng off the tram we gather together and start toward our reunron wrth lrght hearts By IMA MCGUFFEY and JOYCE MCCAULEY I -. I r 1 1 1 ' , . C .,,- . , . . . , . , . . . . I I ' r ' . . , . . ' I 1 ' , . . Earl Gaiser, now coming toward us, is busy running Ideal Supplies while Joyce I I . . I . . . I I , I , . , I D , . . . , . , , , . I O I Q I I I I I THE WILL We the Class of 55 Ludlow HIgh School County of Kenton state of Kentucky beIng of good mental condItIon as usual do hereby make thIs our last wIll and testament ln thIs manner do we dlSpOSe of our possessIons FIrst of all to THE JUNIOR CLASS we leave our well known nerve whIch they wIll need next year and all the examInatIon questIons we were gIven la t year To our good frIends next year s SOPHOMORES we leave our patIence lt wIll be the only means by whIch they can endure the Junlors To the young unsophIstIcated FRESHMEN we wIll a map of the school buIldIng so they wIll not get lost and roam about In everyones way lookIng for theIr classrooms next year To OUR TEACHERS we bequeath our valuable sense of humor wIthout whIch we should have found school lIfe paInful Indeed and whIch wIll do much to make It endurable to them ltems of lesser Importance we bequeath to the followIng Arland Hatton leaves hIs curly haIr to Mr Huey Jack WllllS leaves hIs basketball unIform to EddIe Reeves Joyce McCauley and Earl GaIser Wlll theIr parkIng place In the park to Stanley McKnIght and Mary WhItaker Carol Cooke leaves her IndIspensable versatIlIty to Martha Daley Janey LIttle wIlls her good manners and personalIty to JanIce Campbell Bobby Schafer leaves yellIng I know the gIrls wIll mIss me but Benny Clary leaves the Iob of managIng the teams to Kenny WIllIams Sue Clark leaves her blonde streak to Glenda Kordenbrock Carolyn Measner leaves Barbara FIsher the Iob of cleanIng up the mess she left IH Mr Huey s offIce after WOFKIDQ there all year Buford McMIllan WlllS the TWINS and Donna Schlueter to Charley Haynes Charlotte HerInghaus leaves her ablllly to arrIve at ll oclock a m to John Draud Nancy SpInk gladly leaves the SpotlIte to Bob Kessel OllIe RIgney leaves hIs torn T shIrts to the Marlon Brando of next year class Audrey Conrad leaves her baby talk to Carol Hammons Dons WhItley leaves her drIvIng abIlIty'? to Mary Lou Evans I I . 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I ' 1 I I ' I Georgia Chitwood leaves her doeful eyes to Johanna Silvers. , . . . . . . v . ,S THE WILL Peggy Franklln leaves her new hanr style to Martha Dryden Presley Young leaves has war whoop to Arnold Jackman Fanola Compton leaves her shyness and modesty to Beverly Curd Ima McGuttey leaves her long eyelashes to Ruth Lyons Peggy Wulllams leaves her old letters from Don to Betty Black to gnve her some polnters Betty Jo Baker leaves her duet to Carol Trultt Patsy Whitaker and Ray Anderson are so absorbed In each other that they don t even know that ut s time to leave Shurley Snelson leaves her battered and beaten purse to Julia Anr Johnny Kordenbrock leaves his wrestling abtllty to Kenny Ratlttf Gall Presnell leaves her size 3 shoes to Helen Boyle Dave Schultz leaves has henght of 6 3 to Noel Young Bull Rlggs leaves a shnnxng example an 4th period study hall John Morrow leaves his loud mouth to Anthony Hawkins Martha Cleveland leaves her dlrty laugh to Gary Egllan Jam Grlffnth leaves has hot rod to Don Rex Sue Hanlon leaves her yelling abuluty to Lots Shryock Don McCauley leaves the lock on his locker to Mrs Hutchlson Tommy Vincent leaves his record ot straught A s to Bob Haggard Warren Whitaker leaves his muscles to Harry Egan Paul Redding leaves has frequent absences to Ronnue Colwell Ray Godsey leaves chemistry to anyone who will have It Richard Padgett leaves without a word to anyone ln wltness whereof we the class of 1955 the testor, have set our hand and seal on thts 25th day ot March an the year nnneteen hundred and titty tive PEGGY FRANKLIN and DORIS WHITLEY for the Sensor Class Wrtnesses MR DICKEN MRS HUTCHISON l Juanita Anderson leaves the G.A.A. to Charlene Kleier. - - - - 11 ll ' ' ' ll I ll I I GRIPES lma McGuTTey grapes because Warren uses so much Tame for sporTs he doesn T have much Tame for her Nancy Spank grapes because she can T eaT chocolaTes Georgaa ChaTwood grapes because she canT sleep durang Commercaal aw MarTha Cleveland grapes because The boys call her Ganny John Morrow grapes because The garls won T leT ham have any peace Bob Schafer grapes because he has To leave school and go To work Peggy Franklan grapes because she canT geT enough gossap for The SpoTlaTe Earl Gaaser grapes because has speedomeTer won T quaTe reach 200 mph Doras WhaTley grapes because she doesn T have a car of her own Jack Wallas grapes because They wonT leT ham sTay aT dear old LH S To play baskeTball 4 more years Fanola CompTon grapes because people are always complamenTang her Jam GraTfaTh grapes because he can T geT a new Cadallac every year Ball Garrason grapes because he can T Take all has garls on The senaor Trap Carolyn Measner grapes because she eaTs all The Tame buT doesnf gaan weaghT Presley Young grapes because he dadnT bowl a 300 game Thas year an bowlang Warren WhaTaker grapes because everyone won T geT a crew haarcuT Rachard PadgeTT grapes because he can T play chess an school all day Sharley Snelson grapes because she can T do shorThand an Englash Dave SchulTz grapes because he won T geT To dramaTaze has sToraes an The SpoTlaTe school paper nexT year Ball Bashop grapes because The Teachers are very unreasonable and won T let ham sleep an class Peggy Wallaams grapes because everyone as always Tellang her how To dress John Kordenbrock grapes because There ausf arenT enough dark roads To park has car on Gaal Presnell grapes because she dadnT geT To see PaTsy s laTTle dance aT her own slumber parTy I L . Carol Cooke gripes because some of The senior boys acT like firsT-graders. GRIPES Tom VancenT grapes because Carol asn T a senaor and can T go To DayTona Beach waTh The class Paul Reddang grapes because The senaors canT go on Thear Trap for weeks and go To school for one vveek Joyce McCauley grapes because Earl s car as usually broken dovvn an she has To walk home from school Ball Basang grapes because he canT play fooTball sax peraods of The school a CharloTTe Heranghaus grapes because everyone Tells her she looks sleepy Arland HaTTon grapes because Mr Dacken won T leT ham Teach Chemastry Don McCauley grapes because he vvon T be able To run any more movaes aT L H S Sue Clark grapes because she can T bowl over 100 Buford McMallan grapes because Mr Dackens aokes are geTTang beTTer Than has Ball Raggs grapes because he canT geT Mr Dacken To puT a full race moTor an has ChevroleT JuanaTa Anderson grapes because she doesnT see Bob every naghT of The week Ollae Ragney grapes because he doesnT have a plane To geT ham To school every mornang Janey LaTTle grapes because she as Too young To geT a good aob Benny Clary grapes because Mr Huey wonT gave ham a aob Teachang The freshmen nexT year PaTsy WhaTaker grapes because she as so haTeful To her boy fraends Ray Anderson grapes because They won T dedacaTe The annual To ham Audrey Conrad grapes because The school days lasT Too long Ray Godsey grapes because he can Tskap Englash class complefely Sue Hanlon grapes because she doesn T have enough boy Traends BeTTy Jo Baker grapes because every Tame she loses vveaghT she eaTs a loT and gaans aT all back By AUDREY VANCE CONRAD and RAY GODSEY ' ' ' ' 36 ' ' ' d ' I . 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MCQNS Fl 0 S G u 6 me MOTTO Prarsfng vvhaf rs losf Makes The remembrance dear FAREWELL As we The Seniors of 1955 leave our Alma MaTer our minds and hearTs are Tull of mem ones Me-mones of friends who have loved us and Teachers who have guided us Memories of good Times and bad Tnmes Memories of play Times and work Times vvlll be cherished All These wall occupy an amporTanT place ID our Treasure chesT of memones S O I-dS , Mr and Mrs Roberi' F McGuffey PATRONS PAGE Mr and Mrs Mullard Cooke Mr and Mrs Paul Hanlon Mr and Mrs Harold Wllllams Mass Ella Shor+ an rs Lawrence Tobe an Mrs Charles Kleler Jr an rs Ed Flemung an Mrs Wnlllam T Smlrh an rs Ma++ Cleveland an Mrs Paul Colwell an Mrs L E Oakley Rufh Klener 54 Mr and Mrs Elwood Snelson M R McCauley DC 36 Be'H'y Jo McCauley 48 Joyce McCauley 55 Mr and Mrs Denme F Padgefi' Mr and Mrs B Herlnghaus Mrs Alma Spmk Mr and Mrs R G Huey Mr and Mrs W B Whuraker Mary Whuraker 56 Mlss Delores Poynrer 53 Mr and Mrs Don Crlsslnger Mr and Mrs James W Clary and Benny Mr and Mrs Ralph Hageman Shlrley Hageman 54 Beulah Morrow 54 Mr and Mrs Henry Morrow Walrer Schull 53 Mr and Mrs Jack Wlllls Jack Dlxne and Jackie OBamon Mr and Mrs Ar+hur T Tlpron Mr and Mrs L H Dlckman Manly Mershon Endress 48 Mr and Mrs Harvey Harden Jr and Muke and Janlce Mr and Mrs Waller Schomaker Mass Anna Lee McRay Mlss Hazel PaH'erson Mlss Nanme Mae Baugh 53 Mr and Mrs D E McCauley and Family Mr and Mrs W L Young Loss Clard 53 Gene Kleane 53 Mr and Mrs Charles Salmon Joy Salmon 54 Gay Salmon 53 Mr and Mrs Thomas Vmcenf Mr and Mrs George Vance Audrey and Gene Conrad Mlss Rufh Walker Mr and Mrs W H Franklin and Dale Mr and Mrs Nelson Schafer Mr and Mrs G N Combs Mr and Mrs Leslie Baker Mnss Norma Vmcenf Mr and Mrs Harvey Anderson Mr and Mrs Gerald McCauley Mass Leola Mae Reynolds Harold Wnghl' 5l Mr and Mrs L V Grlffifh Mr and Mrs B F Claud I Mr. d M . ' - ' ' Mr. d . ' . . 0 . Mr. d M . ' - Mr. d . ' ' . ' - Mr. d M . - - -- -- Mr. d . . ' ' . Mr. d . . . ' G. L. McCauley D.C. 4I Mrs. Pauline Presnell Congrafulahons Seniors ACTIVATED SHELL AT HELSON S SERVICE HE 9I76 dAI W A Spl LUDLOW LIOUOR STORE 332 ELM ST LUDLOW KENTUCKY 'I P 'I' SCHIEFFER DOERR vFw Posr NO 440 1' NIEMER BROTHERS GROCERY 22 Adl A K+ HE IO64 9 GOODY GROCERY EI + I I O ll II o I Elm an dea Lubricarion-Car ash Complefe Line Firesfone Tires Tubes - Ba'Heries and u'I'o up ies Qualify-Cheer and Service i Nexf fo he os Office Ludlow Ken ucky Con rarulafions Seniors 2 ea venue 327 m Sreei' Ludlow, en ucky Ludlow Kenfucky Complumenfs of BERNARD FOOD C0mPI'mef1fS INDUSTRIES INC Chicago New York Los Angeles Represenfed by MR VINCENT BILLITER REAL ESTATE Televlsnon Service Complnmenfs of STAG BAR MIKES RADIO 81 TELEVISION SERVICE II7 Ash S+ Ludlow Kenfucky Flne Food and Drunk P p M TH ESS S+ AX 202 R CO I992 BEST WISHES ' of , . I ' I ll 0 ' ll ro ., . I ore 7 es. MZQ, Q IJQAN. 246 Forresi' Sfreei' Lexingion 5I E. Fourfh S+ree1' Ludlow, Kenfuclzy Kenfuclcy Dixie Term. Building CO 9l97 Cincinnafi, Ohio MA 39l0 Congrafulahons from C-SEORGIAS FLCWERS JOHN R COPPINS 202 Adela Sfreef Where Qualify and Service Counf COlonlal I867 SEVENTH AND MADISON COVINGTON KENTUCKY l-UDLOW KENTUCKY Xu Specializing in Official Wafch lnspecfor WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR 'For 'ihe Soufhern Railway 'ir ik' DISPENSING OPTICIAN Equipped wrlh Gem Teshng La bora+ory Cor-grafulahons Seniors 0 I 'K 4 p J Q Phone HEmloclc 639I EE u Y- CO 2I23 DOUGLAS DALEY FLOOR COVERINC-5 Crosley Smlcs and CabmeI's TlIe Lmoleum CarpeI's I23 EAST EIGHTH STREET 'I' CompIlmen+s C A C CompIumen'I's LUDLOW PAINT STORE AsI1cra'I+ s RIVER BREEZE TRAILER SALES 848 Elm S+reeI' Ludlow KenI'ucIcy OKyR+N JU 4267 C D ASHCRAFT O CONGRATULATIONS Io +I1e Class of 55 From Your TELEPHONE COMPANY A Good Place Io Work of Newporl' Ken uclry I0 Minuies from Cincinnaii, Oh I of n . . o. 8 I ll . ll ALLISON 81 ROSE COVINGTON l02 M d I' Rob C o S TUNEY FRANK RICHARDS REBA ROSE LUDLOW 254 LaH' COIo aI 4332 PAUL J BLANFORD Mg CompIlmen+s JUDGE WM E MERSHON SCHNEIDER SCHREINER GEORGE A FICKE ReaI+y EDGEWOOD KENTUCKY STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Bob G eH' BOB S SERVICE STATION CompIlmenI's 'F 602 S oH' S+ HE 942I o M J. DALY COMPANY COVINGTON, KENTUCKY of I a ison Ia binsl ovingf n COIoniaI O4Ib V. . - a- ni . , F. arn ' I c . . Our Congra+uIa'I'ions fo Graduafing Class of I955 STEPHENS 81 SNYDERS Insurance Flrsf Nahonal Bank Bulldung LUDLOW KENTUCKY LAGOON INN Good Food Choice Drinlzs HEmIocIc 9333 869 W OAK STREET Nervy Bull Duck LE VAN Prime Meafs 460 OAK STREET CompIlmen+s GRANDPA GAISER CompInmen+s of SCHILLINGS DRIVE IN RESTAURANT I929 Dnxue Hnghway ED 3I30 IDEAL SUPPLIES CO Lumber Coal BulIdmg SuppIles and Excavahng 5I2 ADELA AVENUE LUDLOW KY ' of John R. Gaiser, Jr. Co 4I85 Congra'I'uIahons Seniors DELORES BEAUTY SHOPPE I3O Elm Sfreei' HE 630l LUDLOW BEAUTY SALON 229 Elm S+reeI' Ludlow Ken+ucIry HEmIocIc 9800 Phone COIomaI 4685 LUDLOW BAKERY J H Newman Prop EI S+ LATONIA SPRINGS DAIRY Grade A Enloy Qualify Summe Rafermann Co Congrafulahons Io 'Ihe Class of 55 TATE Builders Supply Co Bulldmg Ma+erlaIs Coal and Colne ERLANGER COVINGTON 47 D H Compllmenis of DR FRANK E ROLFES Op'romeI'rus'I' 230 ELM STREET LUDLOW KENTUCKY C P REEVES 81 SONS Frulfs and Vegerables Frozen Foods BIERLES CONFECTIONARY 820 Oak SI'reeI' Ludlow Kenfuclzy I ll ll 243 m reel' Ludlow, Ky. - , COIoniaI 0520 Covingfon, Ky. ixie ighway I9 Russel S+. Wm H Wasser Harry T Brue JU 4000 WASSER S FLOWERS go,,g,a+ula+,,,,,, io ihe I2 Eas+ Snxfh S+ree+ Seniors of 55 Covlngfon Keniuclry EILERMAN S Comphmems Kenfuclry s Besf for Men and Boys WM J HANEKAMP covnNGroN NEWPORT Monumenis and Markers LUDLOW CAB S+ore a+ Your Door John LuHle Leroy Burns 443 Oak S+ Ludlow He 2532 Axfel 4444 'hr SCHRAGE HARDWARE CO Phone Your Wan+s HEmloclc 200I Sherwin Wllllams Pam'I's Household Supplnes ELM AND KENNER STREETS LUDLOW KENTUCKY of BRAUN'S Compllmenls A FRIEND F E HUGENBERG E H NIEMEYER k I k B J GLINDMEYER CONGRATULATIONS HUGENBERG 81 GLINDMEYER V F W POST 7099 FUNERAL HQME AND AUXILIARY 40 W Slxfh S'I'ree+ Hemlock 0292 COVIN TON KENTUCKY ART BOGERS PHARMACY 809 Oak Slreel' Formerly Wafsons Pharmacy CO 6647 LUDLOW KENTUCKY of .Hamloc 2385 I1'I9f'F10C 0635 Kelly ..... . , .I .. Furnish ' Hemlock 0252 s , 4 GAVIN PLUMBING AND HEATING 2I4 Elm SI' Ludlow Ky COIomaI 3842 D YOUNGSTOWN SINKS AND CABINETS Bes+ Wishes BURKE S 24I Elm S+ree+ Ludlow Kenfuclry LUDLOW BEVERAGE 209 Elm Sfreef Ludlow Kenfuclcy CompIlmen+s NEW OAK DELICATESSEN Oak and Helen Sfreefs BEST WISHES SENIORS OF 55 Complumenfs of PETE S RESTAURANT Congra+uIahons +o Ihe Seniors o'F 55 MONTGOMERY COAL COMPANY 2l W I' I9II1 SI' HEmIocIc 4040 Complimenfs of CONTINENTAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY Ludlow Ken+ucIcy Congrafulafions WALT, TOM and DUKE ROCK BAR CAFE -.- I . . , . eaIers and Ins+aIIers of Prompf Service on Remodeling, Repairing New Ins'I'aIIa+ions-EIec'I'ric Sewer Service of I ' I I es . Covingfon, Ky. HE 8453 9 I Cong ai' I +o MRS ODORSEYS BRQMLEY CANDIES ICE CREAM GIFTS SERVICE STATION 328 ELM STREET LUDLCW KENTUCKY BUDDE S CENTRAL PHARMACY PM S Boos+er for aoz ELM STREET CIean LUDLCW, KENTUCKY SPOHS Col ' T zzno Con ra ulahons I. ua i ns Semors Seniors I I Prescri i n Onla Complumenls C W JUSTICE RURAL DOXOL GAS The New HoHer Rural BoH'Ie Gas Available for Coolung Wafer Heahng Home Heahng and Refrugerahon QUICK COURTEOUS SERVICE d E p ri RURAL NATURAL GAS COMPANY 4 Hlghway Avenue COIomaI 2I43 Ludlow MONAHAN S FOODS 60I hurch S'l'ree+ Ludlow Keniuclzy We Fool 'rhe Sun THE COVINGTON AWNING ROOFING COMPANY H S+ 0732 IO6 EI Congra+uIahons Sensors DR. G. T. and IRENE MCCAULEY Chiropraclors m S+ Ludlow, Ky. FOHN R GREENE PAPER COMPANY of . ' . . Dr. and Mrs. Ins+aIIa+ions by Traine x e s ' , Ky. I ll ll 8: C 30I Sco reef CO. Congrafulahons Senlors Comphmen-I-5 OSTROW S Furnl+ure Floor Covermgs S APPI'a CeS BARBER SHOP 7I7 MADISON AVE COV KY HE I k 4255 e Specnalnze In Burr Hair Cufs moc BILL Po+s KREBS C0mP men+S BARBER SHOP IOI Plke SI'ree+ Bromley Kenfuclry AXI'eI 220I A FRIEND J C WILDE Welding Bulldmg MaI'erlaI HEmIocIr 0062 CompIumen+s DEBBIES FOOD SHOP 2 I 0 Monfclaar Ave Ludlow KenIucIry Courfesy of BIG FOUR MILLS Ludlow KenI'ucIcy TONY SELF SERVICE MARKET Oak and Park SI'ree+ Ludlow, Ken'IucI:y I'IEmIocI: 9 I 50 I of . . I I I .I . W I O 0 0 Congrafulafions and Good Luck, Seniors H II ' of l I ' I Congrafulahons on Your Graduahon RAY CATI-IERMEN RONALD JONES Funeral Durec'l'ors Ludlow Kenfuclxy Congraiulahons Semors RAYBORN REALTY Bonded Broker Nofary Public Real Esfafe Insurance and Managemenl' 46 Hlghway Ludlow 330 Elm l23 E 4'I'l1 Covmgfon LOUIS MARX 84 BROS Covmglon and Newporl' HOME OUTFITTERS HUSMAN POTATO CHIPS The Besl' Smce 9 9 Compllmenls of FRANKS FIN ER MEATS Ludlow Kenfuclry COMPLIMENTS OF Bob Ziegler ZIEGLER STUDIO OF DANCE 44 W FIHI1 S+ree'I Covmgfon Kenfuclcy I - ' I I JUniper 7200 Hones'Iy and Fair Play-My Policy I I Compllmenfs of LUDLOW success AND HAPPINESS DRUM 81 BUG'-E CORPS TO THE SENIOR CLASS 808 Elm S+reeI' 'From Ihe VISUAL AIDS LEARN BY SIGHT G A A Z X sooo Lucx sermons Congrafulahons 'From I'I1e BULLOCK FUNERAL HOME 46I Elm S+reeI' Ludlow Kenfuclcy JUmper bl I4 PRCMPT COURTEOUS AMBULANCE SERVICE Wllfred BuIIocIc WaII'er Schomalzer Q O O O x I I S I' xx' 'r ' 1 s 1 1 Q - -X ' .0 1 Q 1, us 1 . I - . We Are Alwavs Ready 'Io Serve You In Any Way We Can . . . KEENE FURNITURE 8: APPLIANCE Open Sax Days A LLOYD KEENE BILL HURLBU RT 220 Elm SIree'I' Ludlow Ky JUmper 99I8 Week 9 00 A JAKE BOGACZYK M 'Io 900 PM ARNOLD DELK EARL MACK I n n o . . 1' . . . . . . '1'7-wfw 'Inml hun 'Y- H U ir' 9 T1 , -5. f aa , . .- ,A 'Fi , , E 'if uni 5 -. Qi. Q f fi, .1 1 :TQ it f n 1 1 J. j' l ns
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