Martin High School - Panther Yearbook (Martin, TN)

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7 a8 sh ageaneieagae 2 etalon tertety Sees [oarna re eet are sy i Org barre otst isn tae feng c ; Cox eieete ne robs Rin AMET to Sane we Be A Basceroeo ts ears De ececkes tice hee ra sea teoe. | CR FF ar ¥ PE MeN THERS’ TALES -Foreword In the past few years Martin High School has not published an annual. We hope that our attempting this 1947 edition of " The Panther's Tales " will encourage other seniors. We wish to express our deepest thanks to Superintendent Marshall and his faculty for their loyalty, devotion, and words of encouragement at all times. Also, to the Board of Education for their guidance of our school and to our many patrons and friends, who wholeheartedly supported our every undertaking, we extend our sincerest appreciation. May this annual help to perpetuate in the hearts of the student the happy memories of this high school year. PAGE FOUR ALMA MATER Dear Old Martin High School, We are proud of you. You are always loyal: You are always true. You have never failed us; So we'll sing to you. Dear Old Martin High School, We are proud of you! IN MEMORIUM CECIL WHITE JUNE 13, 1925—NOVEMBER 23, 1946 Cecil left Martin High School in the spring, 1943, and enlisted in the Army in August of the same year. He served with Company 1, 313th Infantry Regiment, 79th Infantry Division and saw service in the European-African-Middle Eastern theatres. Cecil took part in the Normandy, Northern France, and Rhineland Campaigns. He was wounded in August, 1944, and in January, 1945. He received the Purple Heart medal and one Oak Leaf Cluster and earned three bronze service stars. He was discharged from the service in December, 1945, and returned to Martin High School as a student in the fall of 1946. He was elected manager of the football team for the 1946 season. Cecil was killed when the plane in which he was riding crashed November 23, 1946. o-— Ediiorssote.. +s Mate PARR ag. et AT Mae ee Se ahi ieee ee Phe tna eee ght SUE BREWER ELLEN FITTS Business Managers..........-- APL ISAO OAPI © ree ....-CHARLENE FRIELDS BILLY PATE AUVEHISIOGS tices aioe RS ee ah eta i ree Ste tig Tan weeeeee REBECCA WHITSON BOB WILLIAMS Aiea eee eee Tele hea a ee ie MG Lis wee ise GF Hee uwlagiote TAR AIOE ..DWIGHT BRADLEY JERRY PENICK SOCICI VS 5 5a c7a reap ta Shes gates PRR. 1 cian Me wees aaa e viv ans ODO DOL EP ELEIOED ROSALYN ALLEN SHOU Soi aeas: Me nen fete aad eine Says Meee otros oa Wen ee eae o, MIL ORE Dae OMPonaIN JOHN MAC VOWELL EHO NC EE Pe Petre er rn ny dy 9 RN ee ee a Ee Nain he we MRO aE RANK: WILES MRS. RUTH DAVIS EY DIsts 0 eta De IHRE. AT tater cov aatme ae hee d« A getcae keds ex i PATI PARNER DOROTHY BIRCHETT PAGE SEVEN ROBERT MARSHALL SUPERINTENDENT OF CITY SCHOOLS MRS. ALBERT CARLTON SECRETARY PAGE EIGHT FAG Ueto MRS. FRANK WILES Senior Sponsor English, Girls’ Physical Education, Girls’ Coach. MRS. RUTH: DAVIS Senior Sponsor Commercial. MISS SARAH HARDEMAN Jun‘or Sponsor Home Economics. MR. HARRY THORNHILL Principal, Junior Sponsor Science, Boys’ Physical Education, Boys’ Coach. MISS CHARLINE ROMANS Sophomore Sponsor English. ; MRS. W. H. CRAVENS Sophomore Sponsor History. PAGE NINE MR. CHARLES THOMAS Sophomore Sponsor Mathematics, Assistant Coach. MISS ALICE TUBB Freshman Sponsor Librarian. MISS LAVELLA CORLEY Freshman Sponsor Mathematics, Aeronautics. MISS LYRL KENNEDY Freshman Sponsor Science. MR. A. G. CAPPS Agriculture MISS FRANCES JORDAN: Music r GENIORS CUA. 2 2 O:F ET GERS DENTON BELL TOM WOOD DOROTHY BIRCHETT Vice-President President Secretary Basketball 44-'47, Football ‘47, F.F.A. '44- Football '44-'47, 'M " ’ Club '44-'47, Footkall Home Coming Maid '43-'46, Glee Club '43- " 47, Science Club '44-'46, ''M " ’ Club °44-'47, Captain ‘47, F.F.A. '43-'45, Band ‘43-'45, ‘44, Hobby Club '44-'45, Dairy Judging Team '44-'45, Parliamentary Glee Club '43-'44. Procedure Team '46-'47. JANETTE HIGH WALTER ALEXANDER Reporter Treasurer Glee Club, '43-'45, Band '44-'46, Cheer- F.F.A. Club '43-'47, Science Club '44-'45, leader ‘47, Secretary of Sophomore Class, International Relations Club °43-'44, F.F.A. | : Secretary of Freshman Class, ''M'’ Club ‘47. Crop Judging Team ‘46-47, Delegate to | State Convention '45-'46. PAGE ELEVEN SENIORS OREN ADAMS Glee Club '44-'45, F.F.A. '43-'47, Band ‘'45- 47, Crop Judging Contest °43-'46, F.F.A. Convention ‘47. ROSALYN ALLEN Speech Arts ‘'43-'45, Beta Club ‘'45-'47, Speech Arts Play '43-'45, Co-editor of Pan- thers Paw, Annual Staff, Winner of Essay Contest. MARTHA BAKER Glee Club '43-'45, Hobby Club '43-'44. MARGIE BARRY Basketball '42-'47, ‘'M'' Club '45-'47, Hobby Club '43-'44, Drum Majorette ‘46, Footkall Queen ‘46. FRANKIE BOWLES Football ‘43-'46, Science Club ‘44, Inter- notional Relations Club '44, Glee Club ‘45, “M " Club '46. DWIGHT BRADLEY Football '45-'46, Band '45-'47, Aeronautics Club '45, Annual Staff '47, ‘‘M'’ Cluk '46- ‘47. MARGARET ANN BREEDEN tAember of Class '46-'47. SUE BREWER Member of Class '47, Annual Staff '47. CLARENCE C. CRAVENS International Relations Club '44, Glee Club ‘45, Band '45-'47, ‘‘M'' Club '44-'47, Science Club ‘44, JIMMY CUSHING “M'' Club '44-'46, Hobby Club ‘'43-'44, Football '44-'46, Co-captain of football team ‘46. SENIORS DOROTHY DAVIS Member of Class ‘47. BOBBYE ELLIOTT Member of Class '47, Majorette '47, Annual Staff '47. ELLEN FITTS Speech Arts Club '43-'45, ‘‘M'' Club '45-'47, Speech Arts Play '43-'46, Basketball '45-'47, Band '44-'47, Interscholastic Winner '44-'46, D.A.R. '47, Annual Staff ‘47. CHARLENE FRIELDS “M " Club '45-'47, F.H.A. Club °45-'47, Beta Club '45-'47, President, Beta Club '4é6- " 47, Secretary F.H.A. '45-'46, Annual Staff 47, Panther's Paw '46-'47, KATHLEEN GARDNER Glee Club '44-'45, Beta Club ‘45-47, 4-H Club ‘44, RUSSELLENE GARDNER Glee Club '44-'45, 4-H Club ‘44, PAUL GIBBONS Member of Class '45-'47, MINNIE LETA HARRISON Member of Class ‘47. CHARLES HENRY Basketball '44-'47, F.F.A. '44-'47, ‘‘M' ’ Club " 44-'47, Crop Judging Team '47, Livestock Show in Memphis ‘46. ESTELLE HOUSE Band '45-'47. PAGE THIRTEEN SENIORS WENDELL HUNT Science Club '43-'44, Football '45-'46, ““M”’ Club '45-'47, Band '44-'46, C.A.P.A. °45-'46, ‘ Aeronautics Club '45-'46. SUE JOHNSON Glee Club, '43-'44, Beta Club '45-'46, Aero- nautics Club °44-'45, Secretary Junior Class " 45-'46. JIMMIE SUE McCLAIN Member of Class '43-'47. PATTY PARKER Glee Club '43-'44, Drum Majorette ‘46, Home Coming Maid °44, BILLY PATE Football '45-'47, Beta Club '45-'47, Science Club °42-'44, ‘'M'’ Club 43-'47, F.F.A. Club, '43-'47, Annual Staff ‘47, Panther’s Paw, °47. JERRY PENICK F.F.A. '44-'47, Beta Club '45-'47, Football " 44-'47, ‘‘M'' Club ‘47, Panther's Paw ‘47, Annual Staff '47, Delegate to State Con- vention. BETTY JEAN REAMS F.H.A. '46-'47, ‘'M'' Club '46-'47, Basketball 45-'47, Captain of Basketball Team ‘47. ’ HILDA ROBERTSON Ay F.H.A. Club '47, 4-H Club ‘44. JOHN D. RUSSELL Football '44-’46, Band '43-'46, Science Club '44-'45, F.F.A. '43-'46, ‘'M'’ Club '43-'46. JOHNNY LEE SIMPSON Basketball '45-'47, F.F.A. '45-'47. S.ENO URS BILLY TERRELL Basketball '45-'47, ‘‘M'' Club '45-'47. MILDRED THOMPSON Glee Club '43-'44, Speech Arts Club '44-'45, Bas‘etball '45-'46, Manager Basketball Team 47, ““M " " Club °45-'47, Annual Staff '46-'47. JOHN VOWELL Football '45-'47, F.F.A. '42-'47, Beta Clb " 45-'47, Science Club ‘45, ‘‘M'' Club °47, F.F.A. Crop Judging Team ‘47, Annual Staff " 47, World Affairs Club '43. JOHN MILTON WALL F.F.A. '45-'47, Basketball '45-'47. PORTER WARD Football °44-'46, ‘‘M'' Club ‘45-'47, Aero- nautics Club '44-'45. BILLY WHITEHEAD Basketball '44-'47, Football ‘46-47, ‘ " M " ’ Club '44-'47, Science Club ‘44, F.F.A. '43- 45. REBECCA WHITSON Cheerleader ‘43-46, Glee Club ‘43, Band ‘A43-'47, ‘'M'’ Club '44-'47, Basketball ‘45- ‘47, Annual Staff '47. BOB WILLIAMS Football '45-'47, Basketball ‘45-'47, ““M " Club °45-'47, Science Club ‘43-44, F.F.A. ‘43, Annual Staff '47. ANN WOOD Member of Class '45-'47. CARL WORKMAN Football '45-'47, International Relations Club ‘43-44, ‘'M " ' Club '45-'47. PAGE FIFTEEN m PAGE SIXTEEN CLASS POEM GRADUATION BELLS RING! Graduation Bells Ring! Now—as our class raust part And each of us must go our way, Sadness lingers in our hearts; But out we go into the world's continuous line, To make our footprints upon the path of time. Graduation Bells Ring! The past is gone; yet we shall never forget Our struggles along familiar paths, side by side; And the eager moments we have spent. Now we have become more mature, Making our faith and knowledge here secure. HP Graduation Bells Ring! Our yesterdays are done; yet they linger sincerely. In the future, we shall strive to do our best— To face hardships and failure severely, And through this faith, we shall cast away all fear, As this, our graduation day, draws near. Graduation Bells Ring! Another great day, a few more good-byes, To our friends here made, both old and new, To our teachers with heavy hearts and tear-filled eyes, But all this makes a link unbreakable and bright; As through this world, we are guided by His light. —Charlene Frields. : CLASS HISTORY In the year 1943, a wide-awake and smiling group of boys and girls descended upon Martin High School. With eagerness to become a part of her life, we entered whole- heartedly into all activities. After having been here for four years, we have made a permanent record for ourselves. When we entered hign school as freshmen, we were approximately ninety strong; yet now, only forty-seven have traveled to the end of the road. However, whatever our class has lacked in quantity, it has made up in quality. Our first home room sponsors were: Mr. Thomas Cade, Mrs. Imogene Boyd, and Mr. A. G. Capps; but Mrs. Frank Wiles soon took Mrs. Boyd's place. As freshmen, our class participated in all school activities with much pep and enthu- siasm. We were initiated by our upper-classmen before we were really considered high school students. Several of our class appeared in the Speech Arts Club play, “Pigtails.”’ At the end of the year, we had a freshmen and sophomore party. At the beginning of the sophomore year, the thought of initiating the incoming freshmen made us revengeful, as we had suffered much at the hands of the sophomores of the previous year. Mrs. Wiles and Mrs. Boston were our home room sponsors. A few of our class took part in the Speech Arts Club play, ‘Good Glory.'’ At the end of the year, our superintendent, Mr. R. N. Ba ker, became president of Bethel College at McKenzie, Tennessee; and Mr. Robert Ma,shall was elected superintendent of Martin schools at the beginning of our junior year. When we entered upon our junior year, many students from Chestnut Glade and other schools came to take their places among up and be a part of us. This year, many of the juniors were prominent players on the football team and both the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams. The Beta Club, an honor society, was organized ut this time, and our class was well represented in the number of members eligible for membership. We had much fun selling drinks, hot dogs, and snacks at the basketball games, and later, selling magazines to earn money for the junior-senior party. We gave a banquet at the Strata Club for the seniors, and both juniors and seniors took part in the program. Mr. Shultz from Murray State College, Murray, Kentucky, gave the after-dinner address. According to the comments heard, everyone enjoyed this occasion very much. Near the end of our junior year, Rosalyn Allen won one of the Nashville Banner Essay Contest prizes. We considered this a great honor for the junior class and our school. Last, but certainly not least, comes our most eventful year. We are dignified seniors. This year several new teachers came to Martin High School; Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Wiles are our home room sponsors. At the beginning of the school year, we elected our class officers. Tom Wood was elected president; Denton Bell, vice-president; Dorothy Birchett, secretary; Walter Alexander, treasurer; and Janette High, reporter. At the end of our football season, Margie Barry was elected football queen. Ellen Fitts won the distinction of being chosen for the D. A. R. Best Girl Citizen Award. Our basketball teams were well represented by seniors. Our girls’ team was divisional champion. We have had much to look forward to—class rings, class pictures, cards, invitations, the senior play, the junior-senior party, an annual, and graduation. The seniors sponsored an annual this year, the first one that Martin High School has had for many years. The staff is made up entirely of seniors. A WHO'S WHO Contest was sponsored also by the seniors. When we leave Martin High School in May, we will close the door on one of the happiest and most important times of our lives. We shall take with us many happy memories of our high school days; and may the new roads of life, which we shall trod, be full of pleasant memories, happiness, and success. 7862 Park Avenue Los Angeles, California June 1, 1957 Dear Tom: You cannot imagine how very surprised and pleased | was to receive a letter from the head electrical engi- neer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. |! am glad that you are progressing so well. In your letter you asked me to write and tell you where all of our former classmates are and what they are doing. Thursday afternoon, | decided to just do nothing but listen to the radio all afternoon. When | turned it on, | heard a familiar masculine voice croon- ing love songs. It was Oren Adams, ‘the groaner,’’ who has succeeded Frank Sinatra as the idol of the bobby sockers. On the next program, Jimmy Cushing, the great comedian, cracked jokes just as he used to do in high school. The Metropolitan Opera, presenting “Madame Butterfly,’’ was the next attraction. Imagine my surprise when the leading lady was Rebecca Whitson! The latest sports news was then announced by Denton Bell, | really had an enjoyable afternoon remembering our classmates as they were in high school. Thursday night, when Walter and | were on our way to Hollywood to the world premiere of Dorothy Birchett's latest movie (Dot is Betty Hutton's rival now), whom should we meet but Mr. and Mrs. Albert Van Cleve (Russellene Gardner). Russellene told us that Charlene Frields is the coach of the All-American girls’ basketball team, and Mac Howard still waits for her after the games. She told us that Minnie Leta Harri- son married a missionary and is now living in darkest Africa, where she is teaching all the little heathens to do imitations of ‘Minnie Pearl.” Just as we were going into the theatre, we met Wendel Hunt, owner of that and many other theatres throughout the United States. After joining him, he informed us that John Milton Wall, who is now the head pilot for the American Airlines, really goes for these beautiful stewardesses. We also learned that Johnny Lee Simpson is a big business executive in Chicago. He acquired such a brogue that Margaret Ann Breeden, now a well-known ballet dancer, does not know yet whether he is saying yes or no. On our way out of the theatre, we saw the hand- some movie star, Carl Workman, signing autographs. After parting with Wendel, Walter and | stopped at the Brown Derby, where John D. Russell, leading trumpet player of America, and his orchestra, with C. C. Cravens, playing the drums, were featured attrac- tions. Suddenly, much excitement was caused by the ap- pearance of a distinguished looking man, who on seeing Walter and me asked to join us, for it was none other than Jerry Penick, the famous novelist. He told us that John Mac Vowell has just introduced a new theory that is revolutionizing the fields of science and mathematics. This theory is taking the place of Einstein's famous theory of relativity. He also told us that Ellen Fitts, a famous concert pianist, is making a concert tour of the world. It is said that she plays almost as well as Paderewski did. Mildred Thompson is owner and manager of the well-known chain of Thompson Cafeterias. PAGE EIGHTEEN As you probably know, Walter is now a famous cartoonist sketching Miss Lace for the funny papers. He has worked quite hard, so on Friday morning, we flew to Martin to visit. After we arrived at Martin, | found out where several of our classmates are. Hilda Robertson, now Mrs. Doyle Freeman, is living in the up-and-coming Hyndsver community. Kathleen Gardner is happily married to James Wagster and living on a farm near Ralston. Paul Gibbons is a prosperous farmer, living near Martin; and he has become famous for the large, delicious strawberries he raises. Billy Terrell is the new basketball coach at the University of Kentucky. He still enjoys rocking the cradle. Sue Johnson owns an exclusive interior-decorating shop in Memphis. Estelle House is now Mrs. Billy Bowden and is living in Fulton. Bob Williams has become a famous doctor especially good at curing broken hearts. Ann Wood and her husband live on a large, prosperous farm near Sidonia. Dwight Bradley is on a tramp steamer headed around the world. He wanted to have his little fling, before he settles down. Frankie Bowles has become a crackpot inventor and is receiving millions of dollars for his latest invention. After a while, | decided to drive into Martin and see if the dear old place had changed any. On the way to town, | saw Margie Barry, turning off at the store, heading for Mom Whitehead's. She said that Billy was working hard; but, knowing him, it is hard to believe. Martin has grown much since we left. There were many new faces around there; but it surely looked good to see a familiar face here and there. | saw Charles Henry, just as he was getting into his car.. He said that he had just come to pick up a few groceries for Martha and had to hurry home. | saw a red-head, rushing down the street toward me; and it turned out to be Jimmie Sue, hurrying to meet Jerry. As | was going on down the street, | saw Janette High, pushing a baby carriage. The twins were darling—must run in the family, eh? | stopped and talked with her for some time. She said that Porter Ward owns and operates a very exclusive model agency in New York. Dorothy Davis is the head model and is really taking New York by storm. Patty Parker (now Mrs. Bobby Holman) is a well- known cover girl. Then, | drove out to the college to see if there had been any changes made there. Among the new teachers at U. T. J. C. are Billy Pate and Sue Brewer. Billy is teaching mathematics and engineering, but he especially likes to teach trigonometry. Sue is the girls” physical education instructor. | found Sue in her office; so | talked to her for a time. She told me Rosalyn Allen, now the wife of a handsome million- aire, is an internationally known newspaper columnist and radio commentator. Besides this, she told me that Betty Reams has taken Mrs. Wiles’ place as girls’ basketball coach at M. H. S. | wanted to visit the high school, but school was out. After taking Sue home, | started back to the Alexanders’. As | came by the Baptist Church, | saw a big wedding in progress and learned that Martha Baker was getting married, but no one knew who the lucky man was—John, Paul, Gerald, or Howard. | hope that | have told you all of the news. Please write and tell me how you are getting along. Sincerely, BOBBYE ELLIOTT ALEXANDER. Gia so. VEE We, the 1947 Senior Class of Martin High School, being of sound mind and judgment, and having com- pleted the tasks set for us by mathematicians, his- torians, scientists, and English schoiars, do make, or- dain, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament. First, to the faculty, we leave our un-dying gratitude for the many services rendered us during our four years of high school training along with best wishes for the future. Second, to the Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen, we leave our sunny dispositions, our excellent reputa- tions, our superlative brilliancy, our good looks, our excelling wit, and our charming manners. Third, we hereby bequeath individually to a few heirs, the following: |, OR EN ADAMS, leave my musical talents to Mrs. Cravens’ homeroom. And do they need them! |, WALTER ALEXANDER, will my ability to keep women guessing to John Spencer Duncan. |, ROSALYN ALLEN, will my ability to make A’s to John R. McClain. |, MARTHA BAKER, have nothing to leave as | am taking everything | want with me. |, MARGIE BARRY, will my boots and baton to Shirley Marlar. |, DENTON BELL, will my irresistible naiure to George Horton. |, DOROTHY BIRCHETT, leave, but will never forget my days at M. H. S. |, FRANKIE BOWLES, leave, but my brunette Senior goes with me, | hope. |, DWIGHT BRADLEY, leave my slightly worn books to anyone who studies as diligently as |. |, MARGARET ANN BREEDEN, leave on time as | was always late for school. |, SUE BREWER, will my second period physical edu- cation class to any poor unfortunate soul who happens to get it. |, CLARENCE CRAVENS, will “atomic energy” to Eugene Matlock. |, JIMMY CUSHING, will my ambitious ways to Billy Joe Winston. |, DOROTHY DAVIS, bequeath my ability to get along with the male population of this institution to Frances Anderson. |, BOBBYE ELLIOTT, leave with Walter. |, ELLEN FITTS, will my place on the basketball team (left end of the bench) to Mary Ann Kendall. |, CHARLENE FRIELDS, will to Bonnie Butler my much- used comb, hoping she enjoys using it as | have. |, KATHLEEN GARDNER, will my membership in the Beta Club to some poor Junior who really needs it. |, RUSSELENE GARDNER, will my love for Palmers- ville to any girl who is interested. |, PAUL GIBBONS, will my G.I. haircut to Charles Bullock. |, MINNIE LETA HARRISON, will my ability to imi- tate ‘Cousin Minnie Pearl,’ to Louise Rowlett. |, CHARLES HENRY, have noihing to leave as Martha has already left. |, JANETTE HIGH, leave Marvin for two more years. Other than this, | leave with no regrets. |, ESTELLE HOUSE, will my love for a black-headed boy to Margie Baker. |, WENDELL HUNT, will my title as champion flirt of Martin High School to Billy Ford. |, SUE JOHNSON, will my ability to write English themes to Bobby Parham as he may need it next year. |, JIMMIE SUE McCLAIN, leave Jerry to anyone who is fool enough to try to get him. Grrrrrrr! |, PATTY PARKER, will my title of “Flaming Mamie,” to Carol Blake. |, BILLY PATE, leave Blondie, but | will be back. |, JERRY PENICK, leave only the memories of myself, good and bad, to the students and faculty of Martin High School. |, BETTY REAMS, leave my position on the basketball team to Charlene McMinn. |, HILDA ROBERTSON, will my love for Hyndsver boys to any girl who appreciates them as | do. |, JOHN D. RUSSELL, will my copying ability to any- one who needs it. |, JOHNNY LEE SIMPSON, will my place in Martin High to an incoming junior boy from Chestnut Glade. |, BILLY TERRELL, will my way with women to Roy Glen Collier. |, MILDRED THOMPSON, will my “school girl figure” to June Bynum. |, JOHN MAC VOWELL, leave to Bobby Parham my love to pester Coach Thornhill. |, JOHN MILTON WALL, leave my ability to catch pigeons to James Whitehead. |, PORTER WARD, will to Bobby Scates my ability to get into trouble and slide out, just short of getting expelled. |, BILLY WHITEHEAD, leave my love for good books to George Parrish. |, REBECCA WHITSON, will my position as assem- bly pianist to Peggy Byars. |, BOB WILLIAMS, will my ability to never get in a hurry to J. B. Winston, who really needs it. | ANN WOOD, keep everything | have, including all my college men, as | want them for myself. |, TOM WOOD, leave Martin High School, knowing that its loss is the World's gain. |, CARL WORKMAN, leave my beautiful mustache to Tom Copeland. In the presence of these witnesses we sign and publish this, our last will and testament, on this the 16th day of May, nineteen hundred and forty-seven. THE SENIOR CLASS CLASS TESTATOR WITNESSES: Mrs. Frank Wiles Mrs. Ruth Davis PAGE NINETEEN JUNIORS OFFICERS DAVID MEEK DONALD WALKER ANN MARTIN President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer MISS SARAH HARDEMAN, Sponsor MR. HARRY THORNHILL, Sponsor First row—Frances Anderson, Carol Blake, Berlynne Bradley, Charles Bullock, Bonnie Butler, June Bynum, Jean Carlton Second row—F. G. Cavin, Ailene Damron, Dorothy Davison, Charles Duke, Jean Edney, Sue Edwards, Jean Ford. Third row—June Ford, Carlene Fuqua, Jacqueline Glass, Jane Hicks, Delray Johns, Wilma Jolley, Pauline Jones. Fourth row—Joyce Kilgore, Rebecca Lawler, Richard Lee, Bobby Manspeaker, Shirley Marlar, Billy Joe Marsee, Ann Martin. PAGE TWENTY JUNIORS First row—Charles McClain, Bobby McDurman, David Meek, Carolyn Miles, Lee Nell Milner, Betty Neel, Bobby Parham. Second row—George Parrish, Mable Pitt, Frances Priestly, Louise Rowlett, Bobby Scates, Dean Smith, Melvin Smith. | Third row—Dorothy Spain, Doris Stewart, Nowman Terrell, Norma Tolar, Donald Walker, Bobbie Welshans, Harold Wilson. Fourth row—Robert Wilson, Annie Lynn Yates, Peggy Young. PAGE TWENTY-ONE SOPHOMORES First row—Bobby Lemonds, William Ferguson, June-Blake, Nellie Melton, Nellie Adams, Laurel Hale, Bobbie Jones, Frances Hurt, Robbie Jones, Billy Johnson, Duane Reynolds, George Horton, James Pate, Donald Hilliard. Second row—James Whitehead, Joe Lee, Fred House, Margie Baker, Anne Lee, Betty Wright, Cora Freeman, Millicent McAdoo, Joyce Watson, Patsy Smith, Corrine Grogan, Tom Elder, Betty Bell. Third row—Miss Romans, Billy McClain, Margaret Wilson, Marvin Griffin, Charlene McMinn, Joyce Lowry, Eleanor Metcalf, Virginia McClain, Mary Ann Kendall, Jacqueline Smith, Rebecca Pierce, Doris Smith, OFFICERS ah chake. apne mre atetole Mate, siatels ete tela e steraiey ore ele President MARY CANN: KENDALL), oc costasinieti ui catsincen woes Vice-President MARGARET WILSON S Rea Patera stare mieere:snvtsb sitar Secretary-Treasurer MISS-CHARLENE ROMANS cfccktaciec oct aaisresreeir canes ... Sponsor MRS .2.Wir HEGRAVENS i Sisco cise gn eremetaaons wa teenies sto ore nlp Sponsor MRS CHARUESSTHOMAS: vies rceelaweegemite aration Sponsor Connie Pat Freeman, Marceline Mathis, Faye Cavin, Jack Scates, Mr. Thomas. Fourth row—Eugene Matlock, Billy Stover, Roy Collier, Hassel Jackson, Paul Nelson, J Edmondson, Patricia Smith, Macy Summers, Jo Ann Fuqua, Betty Sullivan, Mary PAGE TWENTY-TWO B. Winstead, John can’ FRESHMEN OFFICERS BIL Vn EO RD aetvaty sie ie wo nvestateistel ctetsseciaceusrs: «ities ecaraterenoprateie aus av President PETERW AUKER GS ny citetee ae iets eaten tye bie petaterss stake sete g Vice-President PEG GYMIBYARS Minato cysts ore et cters oral Pe ofp iene cisk oy alot Secretary-Treasurer PATS SH AUICE SUBD a. Se tus, slencbsrelsWarcterstethsl sn¥e als Seay ists, acapstore Sponsor MISS LAV ELL Ame ORLEV cactte cere recsst viatebe: Merete siete shel tttaieiste vane Sponsor MISSC EYRE KENNEDY -ats aerenicaitens woeieinieicits mcmenineeaieieis DONSOL First row—Charles Warmath, Phillip Adams, Billy Adams, Tom Copeland, Ewell Prince, George Hurt, James Horne, Charles. Robertson, Bobby Smith, Walter Damron, Harold Damron, James Walker, Clyde Miles, Joe Derington. Second row—Jane Wood, Gertrude Davis, Ann Capps, Elizabeth Penick, Doris Watson, Jo Ann Cloar, Faye Highfield, Carolyn Milton, Imogene Mathis, Sara Jacobs, Peggy McDurman, Joy Crutchfield, Lulia Jackson, Betty Brockwell, Bonnie Wagster, Sarah Hester, Virginia Clem, Frances Greene. Third row—Miss Tubb, Carlis Cooper, Bobby Wilson, Bobby Dowland, Mary Fuqua, Jane Templeton, Patricia Williams, Sue McClain, Peggy Byars, Bobbie Barnes, Martha Shelby, Mary ‘Anderson, Mary Sexton, Mary Tuck, Justine Gibbsons, Anna Morris, Jean Littrell, Adell Wallace. Fourth row—Miss Corley, Willie Higgs, Monema Harding, Bobby Ford, Mildred Fox, Ramona Chappell, Carline Powell, Jo Ann Collier, Martha Oldham, Ellen Tuck, Betty Brewer, Barbara Oliver, Betty Brock, Betty Jones, Eura Perry, Joe Mays, John Duncan, Jerry Freeman, Miss Kennedy. Fifth row—James Sexton, Thomas Hundley, Robert Boulton, Davis Gibbons, James Davis, Andrew Boane, Leon Hazlewood, Billy Winstead, Kenneth Watson, Joe Wright, Charles Winstead, Gerald Freeman, James Talley, Doyle Bradberry. PAGE TWENTY-THREE- PAGE TWENTY-FOUR OFFICERS CARLENE PRiPLio-. s. eee cea eee ae Ann ene aroma sea eotr aan President AERRY “PEMIGK 29 nea ray oly este wicked sates steers slg. Rites irk Serge ome Vice-President JACQUELIBIESGLASS foie ret, claret ee, sae Mae Pees oe Secretary-Treasurer BERLY NINE: BRADLEY coet oer aes een wee i stele stg Lew tah raat eae: Nee ....Reporter MRS2(RUTH DAVIS. aig odo Sis 3 2 tees ue siete Ue ce cee Re Oe ne iV icoe First row—David Meek, Jerry Penick, Shirley Marlar, Bobbie Welshans, Frances Priestly, Berlynne Bradley. Second row—Charles Bullock, Ann Martin, Jean Carlton, Frances Anderson, Carol Blake, Jacqueline Glass, Billy Pate. Third row—Donald Walker, Kathleen Gardner, Charlene Frields, Rosalyn Allen, Delray Johns, Betty Neel, Carlene Fuqua, Mrs. Davis, John Mac Vowell. ee ad er ee | { { 4 OFFICERS DENTON BELL Pe ere aetets mo scary Seid ee Gee es ATS ape atl oa) Mirek a. president BILLY Seige EAD ee wet mer is eed eee aoe Hie tne oo ie et Ee Vie Dracilane CHARLENE FRIELDS woe Ree etter nee ser crete eee eceescessceeess os -cecretary-lreasurer MR. HARRY PRAGA A SoM =a Re ai OURS We oe, oll ee aorta Bee ane eet oe MR. CHARLES BCAA te Ahk hae el ot ge irre ae ele ey haa SAA ions First row—John Mac Vowell, Bobby Scates, Billy McClain, Robert Wilson, Eugene Matlock, Jack Scates, Bobby Parham, Frankie Bowles, Charles Bullock, F. G. Cavin, Denton Bell, Billy Pate, George Horton. Second row—Marvin Griffin, Bob Williams, Macy Summers, Kenneth Watson, Jerry Penick, Billy Whitehead, Johnny Simpson, Tom Wood, Charles Henry, Billy Terrell, John Wall, Richard Lee, Fred Walker, Dwight Bradley. Third row—Margaret Wilson, Janette High, Margie Baker, Charlene McMinn, Ellen Fitts, Paulene Jones, Betty Reams, Jean Edney, Lynn Yates, Doris Watson, Pat Williams, Margie Barry, Charlene Frields, Patricia Smith, Jane Hicks, Rebecca Whitson, Shirley Marlar, Mildred Thompson, Mr. Thomas. Fourth row—Mr. Thornhill, Joe Mayes, David Meek, Wendell Hunt, Donald Walker, Porter Ward, John Russell, Carl Workman, Clarence Cravens, Billy Marsee. Reading from left to right—A. G. Capps, In OFFICERS OREN: “ADAMS 2 ao eek cna Se oe aa wena atone «site thatne eats ee DENTON BELU: or ois oa cs Ser a ee ee ee meee tne Secretary TERRYSPENICK © co 55 cscee's scone 0 Sn o.0 are wussnbseee © mia om eocolie coma trae Ant Soa ah ah ia a CARL WORKMAN 5.2 oc cps oo Eo a eee ec nceetane ole, ota bie wd ki eee tenia ie ene BOBBY “PARHAM 2). occa bacco ote Sav ve Paes biped aise seh ako pean eT CCIE tangite CHARLES HENRY sc oacics.c sess nde ptalecauenonms bets tineinm ognsine ne et Ge hiemimtina ane omen MRicA.-G. CAPPS wos whch Pen Woes ane oe wigs Le canes a Saale te ele aii eitte s eeoaen “LIVESTOCK JUDGING CHAMPS” . eee. President th Bee awe SS = A io hay a ; a ae structor; Robert Wilson , Elvis Essary Jr., Jerry Penick. PANTHER'S PAWS SPAS UMOERWOOD. The Me | OFFICERS Ere eee eee ee ad PEM Eel wie BS woe galerie. at CEIARLENE FRIELDS | ROSALYN ALLEN | NecOPICHOMECIIOIS te eee ae, ee ye Pain les Sa xiatos 6 gsete wae + GARLENE..FUQUA | : BOBBIE WELSHANS | Ane In eae EMER MEY Broce Nie 3 ttt ah Os igheid s sis,eld a oth ese! teewete 5 BILLYSPATE JERRY PENICK - PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN OFFICERS SABELIAT JACKSON woe nt. ieee PT ee hae e President JEAN “EDNEY “3524.3. ee eee ee Vice-President (PARC ARET WHLSOIN (20 oto tre erage Secretary AININE LEEW yo. cmites oe tes ce eee Treasurer PATRICTA- SPITE cae cee race Parliamentarian JACQUELINE SMITH ist ye ae. 5 eee Reporter CONNIE PAT FREEMAN ne. oy es ....Historian MARYANN: KENDALL? Gy = seo Song Leader “ISS SARAH HARDEMAN..... POM a t solely Tighe eae Whee ies he whinniee tes eee ACVISE! First row—Bonnie Builer, Doris Watson, Nellie Melton, June Blake, Margaret Wilson, Frances Hurt, Connie Freeman, Eleanor Metcalf, Sue McClain, Rebecca Pierce. Second row—Betty Reams, Charlene Frields, Charlene McMinn, Jackie Smith, Betty Wright, Joyce Lowry, Mary Ann Kendall, Third row—Millicent McAdoo, Mar Nellie Adams, Patricia Smith, Powell, Miss Hardeman. Patsy Smith, Ann Capps, Elizabeth Penick, Bobbie Jones. gie Baker, Corrine Grogan, Joyce Watson, Anne Lee, Faye Cavin, Robbie Jones, Ailene Damron, Carlene PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT SHIRLEY MARLAR PATTY PARKER ELLEN FITTS MARGIE BARRY ANN MARTIN LEADERS D.A.R. ELLEN FITTS EERE Sees SEAL TOM WOOD PAGE THIRTY Mod Mh REBECCA WHITSON TOM WOOD Poree Miss Martin High School Mr. Martin High School Best Girl Citizen Best? Boys Gitizenta ccs cto cas arcsye cele Soran Biggest Flirt (Girl) Biggest Flirt (Boy) Wittiest Boy Wittiest trie se ara ieiaie wave o'eta wis actor atealele loialior Biggest Feet (Girl) Biggest Feet (Boy) Most Popular Girl Most Popular Boy Most Dignified Girl Most Dignified Boy Most Beautiful Girl Most Silliest Boy Cutest Girl Cutest Boy Girl Most Like ly to Succeed Boy Most Likely to Succeed Miss Personality Mr. Personality Biggest Gum Chewer (Girl) Biggest Gum Chewer (Boy) Most Sophisticated Girl Most Sophisticated Boy Biggest Night Owl (Girl) Biggest Night Owl (Boy) Most Studious Boy MostiStudious® Gitlin e.cccacccau's'e s aracetate ayaa Miss Pin-Up of M. H. S$ Mr. Pin-Up of M. H. S Biggest Giggler (Girl) Biggest Giggler (Boy) Friencliest Girl FFIENaiesl BOY atime ok srleitacisies uieae ie faye le oe Girl with Prettiest Eyes Boy with Prettiest Eyes Best Dressed Girl Best Dressed Boy Most Polite Girl Most Polite Boy Most Musical Boy Best Girl Dancer Best Boy Dancer Laziest Girl Laziest Boye...) eisvas ee upeteeacaeh oittes ai Chief Manhater Neatest Girl Neatest Boy PAGE THIRTY-TWO Se WHO'S WHO FIRST Rebecca Whitson Tom Wood Ellen Fitts Tom Wood Patty Parker Wendall Hunt F. G. Cavins Dorothy Birchett Corrinne Grogin Tom Wood Margie Barry Tom Wood Ellen Fitts Carl Workman Ellen Fitts Richard Lee June Bynum F. G. Cavins er a ee Patty Parker Richard Lee Rosalyn Allen George Horton Dorothy Bir chett Tom Wood ee ee ee ee ee Berlynne Bradley (John R. McClain) (Walter Alexander) EU erUb EAVES ee croehoc ccs Wie ote ra ote tetale a otaoratarate ete tera ls (Carl Workman) (Donald Walker) Patty Parker re George Horton Rosalyn Allen Patty Parker Richard Lee Dorothy Birchett JIMMY CUSHING S «i shots sixes Sercere walter atte Mary Ann Kendall Porter Ward Ann Martin Richard Lee AGU IVIGFEIN, S, 8 cogs setsve eae oem sornreenace ents Soe (Billy Joe Marsee) (Richard Lee) (Denton: Bell)).;2. cc eit ec erste eRe are (Marvin Griffin) Charlene Frields Rebecca Whitson Oren Adams Patty Parker Tom Wood SOHNE BYNUM Nek 1s cebu where alee nheol HMNye CUSHING £ asin x cis eee sp ae artes as Rosalyn Allen ....... eA ee John Edmonson ...... oe aistens tet aha ete ie relents Ann Martin Richard Lee RUNNER-UP Margie Barry Billy Terrell (Rebecca Whitson) (Charlene Frields) Denton Bell Margie Barry Tom Wood Jimmy Cushings Patty Parker Carol Blake John Edmonson Patty Parker Richard Lee Rosalyn Allen George Horton Patty Parker Billy Terrell (Berlynne Bradley) (Patty Parker) Jimmy Cushing (Margie Barry) (Margaret Wilson) Tom Copeland Charlene Frields David Meek Rebecca Whitson Jerry Penick (Patty Parker) (June Bynum) Porter Ward Jackie Smith George Horion Betty Moss (Porter Wara) (Jerry Freeman) David Meek Delray Johns Margie Barry Billy Terrell Berlynne Bradley Porter Ward Charlene Frields Marvin. Griffin Rebecca Whitson Billy Terrell Margie Barry Donald Walker Rebecca Whitson George Horton Billy Terrell Margie Barry Peggy Byars Jerry Freeman Margaret Wilson Jimmy Cushing Peggy Young Eugene Matlock lune Bynum Billy Joe Adams Ellen Fitts Donald Walker BASKETBALL A The Martin High School basketball teams had a very successful season. Both boys and girls were runner-up in the district, and the girls won the divisional tournament. The recults of the games played are as follows: We GIRLS They We BOYS They Oe aw cee Humboldtevs. ewes is = 38 A ee ree ee rumboldl eonds eres: 26 ) Oates a ates Savin FUNOnEn at. Gaye. 30 a oe Neate ge SOU. FUNOMEs + phates. 20 | | eee ee Greenfield ........... ite ANS besarte tas Greenfield ........... 29 er ee CeCe Moytiekt eter arr. .% 17 BL da JONESHOO see ee 54 = A RE Maytield 2 s.. .5- ce 12 Ngo ot ee eae Jonesboro 4 cae 69 | CRBS Son 6 xe Greenfield ........... 27 ieee ee ered JONESNOFOnS -ag.ce ea = 62 | 33 Bering De ere moar Cay cs ot aan 18 tC ee Se oe Greenfield ........... 4] | Bek emer net Fe die eemenpe ae 32 A eae Dnion City: 5 foe ke 31 | BO er ey Dresden as ite nates Oe = 036 Nae ty oo, Bikinis cre teases 19 | S45 SoCo PaliiersVilie a 2 xe, peers 2 3C Dae a tae Dresden 2. oo ogee 3] She eet eae Humboldt. ster. oS 22 BG FAN hg Sa Palmiersville ste a5 vse 25 AF Scie cs os CniOtGiy. svtaat ate sss 29 joer en Eee: EuMmbOIdt Sy 25,.c «cas 24 | Thao eae Dresdenateseeias 43; “735 een inion, City eee ate 46 | Ts eae Ait arti. fama tees 8 Dresden: ose. 37 | Sos Serums Palmersville ........... Als ted] dee teea ee Milanic..1 2 enree 37 TOURNAMENTS Be a tana Palmersville .......... 26 . (District) | ARIA Na ee Graentold sy ae onty 20 Ly pe nL Greentield Wye jamivihs 35 | Ub laade eee Palmersville .......... 43 TOURNAMENTS (Divisional) (District) | nite RELI. Pats eee ee 93 A3 o mn eee Palmersville .......... 23 ro meen Huntingdon ...--:---. 2a aan Rie ae BOG th bites: McKenzie .........-. 23 Alesse, TIGL RS ESE. a | (West Tennessee) | AS meet te ct Hornbeakies vumac.2 os 2] PAGE THIRTY-THREE GIRLS' BASKETBALL | J. Edney, G. ; E.. Fitts, F. C. McMinn, F. R. Whitson, G. P. Smith, G. MRS. FRANK WILES ....Coach MR. CHARLES THOMAS........-..0ee0ee iWerasaeAssisiant Coach MILDREDEGIMOMPESOWN( Wo cnenietrtlasra otis ose ane mane CONROE! PAGE THIRTY-FOUR BO peo BEASICEsIaB A Ee Winstead, F. Wall, G. Simpson, F. Miles, G. FARR Yaa ORNEMLSeeemtnes sre sc cree side ciate tiamiee fe eies Goan, CHARLESRTHOMAS ©. wetter leroe antactshetevers class os:sis «evs ASSISTANT GOGGR LAW | . PAGE THIRTY-FIVE Lit FOOTBALL up Scates; G. Wilson, QB. aed ROR RPT Russell, G. Wood, T. Captain Margie Barry, Queen Vowell, E. D. ‘Walker, ES Williams, E. Bell, E. FOOTBALL i . | Meek, E. Whitehead, FB. Watson, T. Summers, T. | : 2 — 7 Bowles, G. McClain, FB. Nelson, C. Elder, G. . | | | Pate, RH. Edmonson, T. Matlock, G. Bullock, C. | a PRES, he 2 | Penick, QB. ‘Cavin, T. Horton, LH. P. Walker, G. ELAR RY aT HORNE lems ee cave.caicem «crea mae Claamieate Nore «el COOCH GHAREESE THOMAS Gaiene ee eco ss ee eben Assistants Goach PAGE THIRTY-SEVE’ MISS FRANCES JORDAN........ RE i asia art Ere accel Si totic mbt tc ..-Band Director First row—Cora Freeman, Jerry Freeman, Ellen Fitts, Bobbie Welshans, Rebecca Whitson, Andrew Bone. Second row—Gertrude Davis, Peggie Young, Eugene Matlock, Norma Tolar, Louise Rowlett, Lynn Yates. Third row—Billy McClain, Mary Fuqua, Jane Templeton, Bonnie Butler, Estelle House, Oren Adams. Fourth row—Tom Copeland, Fred House, Dwight Bradley, Alliene Damron, Connie Freeman, Clarence Cravens. MARGIE BARRY, PATTY PARKER, BOBBYE ELLIOTT........... Dis as ee etek le Majorettes PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT Neen teeA DDe nL BZ: 1.P2 Cheerleaders | : | PAT WILLIAMS j JANETTE HIGH | MARGARET WILSON DORIS WATSON | Majorettes i | MARGIE BARRY PATTY PARKER BOBBYE ELLIOTT PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Compliments of Compliments of G. C. BULLOCK LEGG’S BARBER GROCERY BEAUTY SHOPPE Phone 450 Phone 455 MARTIN, TENNESSEE MARTIN, TENNESSEE Compliments of CITY COAL COKE COMPANY “The Most Heat for Your Money” Phone 444 MARTIN TENNESSEE PAGE FORTY-TWO ALWAYS YOUR FRIENDS WINSTEAD MURPHY FURNITURE COMPANY : “Your Outfitters from Cradle to Grave” L. A. Winstead Doug Murphy Frank Wiles | Phone 418 MARTIN, TENNESSEE GUTTMAN’S DEPT. STORE Ladies’ and Men’s Ready-to-Wear | | The Home of National Brands WAYNE TANSIL, Manager Phone 7272 MARTIN TENNESSEE «| ae | PAGE FORTY-THREE COMPLIMENTS OF MERRY LEE SHOPS MARTIN UNION CITY COMPLIMENTS OF WHITE’S ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 222 MARTIN TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF BILL BRADLEY INC. “Your Friendly Ford Dealer” Service On All Makes Phone 248 MARTIN, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF CITY STATE BANK MARTIN TENNESSEE PAGE FORTY-FOUR | Compliments of BYNUM’S STORE MARTIN, TENNESSEE For Good Values Visit the Ben Franklin Store Home Owned MARTIN TENNESSEE Tobe McDonald Hardware TINNER and PLUMBER Phone 437 MARTIN TENNESSEE Compliments of Brundige-Moore Lbr. Co. MARTIN, TENNESSEE Phone 325 Martin Laundry-Cleaners “We Don’t Talk Service—We Give It’ 218 Main Street MARTIN, TENNESSEE Phone 445 H. O. POUNDS, Owner Compliments of Riley Furniture Appliance Co. Phone 7712 MARTIN TENNESSEE Barger Gin Implement Company SALES AND SERVICE John Deere Quality Farm Equipment Phone 489 MARTIN TENNESSEE Compliments of Capitol Theatre MARTIN TENNESSEE PAGE FORTY-FIVE COMPLIMENTS OF STAR DRY CLEANING CO. MARTIN, TENNESSEE Phone 428 HARRY GIBBS ROY FREEMAN Fitts’ Jewelry Co. | Hunt Mayhew | Everything in Drugs Reliable Jeweler | | Telephone 335 + ENNESSEE ita ope eee MARTIN TENNESSEE DODD’S Bivens Market Grocery “Fine Tailoring” MARTIN TENNESSEE Western Auto Associate Store NETHERY WELCH, Owner Parts for All Cars TENNESSEE MARTIN + i Fresh Vegetables “Place of Good Eats MARTIN TENNESSEE Draper Overall Jeweler Cardinal Bonded Diamonds a “Home of Fine Gifts” MARTIN UNION CITY PAGE FORTY-SIX 1 H ij Compliments of Best Wishes from Modern Beauty Shoppe The American Cafe Phone 235 Phone 340 MARTIN TENNESSEE MARTIN TENNESSEE STAFFORD MILLING CO. Millers Since 1882 FLOUR — FEED — MEAL Phone 238 MARTIN, TENNESSEE R. J. WALKER, SR. R. J. WALKER, JR. GARRETT WALKER Ladies’ Ready-to-Wear—Dry Goods and Shoes Phone 432 MARTIN, TENNESSEE Compliments of Compliments of P. T. Milan Drug Co. U-Tote-Em Grocery Co. 305 Lindell “The Best for Less” Phone 239 MARTIN, TENNESSEE Phone 326 MARTIN, TENNESSEE PAGE FORTY-SEVEN Compliments of Compliments of Beard Chevrolet Co. SALES and SERVICES Young’s Shoe Shop Phone 293 MARTIN TENNESSEE MARTIN TENNESSEE DUNLAP’S BUS LINES For Union City, Dresden, Paris, Clarksville, and Nashville McKenzie, Huntingdon, Gleason Home Office MARTIN, TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF TENNESSEE COAL PRODUCE CO. Phone 333 MARTIN TENNESSEE Compliments of Dixie Better Feed City Meat Market Southern Milling Co. Beef—Pork—Fish Hee Pachet Jack T. Vincent, Owner Phsco10 J. C. Mann, Manager MARTIN TENNESSEE MARTIN TENNESSEE PAGE FORTY-EIGHT Compliments: ‘of Anderson’s Grocery “Fresh Meat and Groceries” Phone 433 MARTIN TENNESSEE COMPLIMENTS OF P. 8S: Drug Store MARTIN TENNESSEE Phone 243 ROY V. HARRIS W. C. 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