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Published by the Seniors of 1950
Murray High School
In the pages of this book we present our
memoirs, memoirs of accomplishments and
failures. Through the following events you will
see and read, we hope to show you the greater
factors which molded our personalities and
increased our knowledge. We, the class of '50,
claim only the successes we have earned and
hope, in passing, that those who follow us will be
inspired to even higher achievements. We face
the future with wisdom and hopeg therefore we
visualize social accomplishments left undone by
those in the past.
To Supt. W. Z. Carter: A good friend, a trusted guide, a
faithful inspiration: We, the Class of 1950, dedicate this
"And gladly would he learn and gladly teach."
SEATED, left to right: Martha Jean Stagner, Historian, Mary Ann
Underwood, Assistant Editor-in-Chief, Charlotte Roberts, Adver-
tising Manager, Janice Miller, Prophetess, Betty Thurman, As-
sistant Snapshot Editor: Betty June West, Art Editor, Jean Corn,
Literary Editor, Susie King, Art Editor. STANDING: William Smith,
Editor-in-Chief, Jimmie Love, Photograph Editor, Jean Farris,
Snapshot Editor, Pat Darnell, Testator, Walter Moser, Assistant
Sports Editor, Jimmie Lee Thomasson, Sports Editor, Letitia Mau-
pin, Typist, Gene Cathey, Advertising Manager and O.B. Boone,
Jr., Business Manager.
Marc! of gyclucafion
WZ. Carter, Superintendent of Schools and Secretory of Board: J.W. Outlundp
Luther Robertson, Chairman of Board: A.i?. Austin: Dr. AD. Butterworthg
Nrs. Joe Baker.
w. B. Mosse, SR-. B-5-I WA- f
Nurrcy State College? Un'Ve'5"'7 0
Seniors, you are soon to go forth to
play your role in the drama of life. In all
desirable activities you will do your part
better, we believe, because of the training
you have had in this school. During the
years you have been in Murray High School
the student body and faculty have created
and maintaineda high standard of scholar-
ship, of ideals and of conduct. We are the
stewards of the greatheritage today when,
from afar and in our own country, ideas
antipathetic of this Republic, to the bed rock
principles, are being promulgated, and at
a time when economic and social life is
facing great perplexities. I am sure you
will do your part in solving these problems
and in making this a better country.
Q61 0 SAUDI- jafflftgg
Left to Right: Laurine Tarry, Georgia Wear, Moclelle Outland, Annie Nell Mc-
Reynolds, Mrs. Holmes Ellis, Kathleen Patterson, Marie Skinner, Nargaret
Graves, Celia Crawford, Emma Darnell, Hilda Street.
LULA CLAYTON BEALE, A.B., M.A. LALA CAIN, B.S. MARTHA CARTER, l3.5., l-MA
MUl'I'Cly State College Murray State Col lege Nurray State College
George Peabody College Commerce University of Chicago
El'IgliSl1 English, Latin .
J. WILBURN CAVITT, B.S.
Murray State College
BETTY GILES, B.M.E.
Murray State College
FRANCES GRANT, B.S.
Murray State College
PRESTON HOLLAND, A.B., M.A
Murray State College
LOCHIE HART, B.S., M.A.
Murray State College
MARY LASSlTER, A.B., M.A.
Murray State college
University of Kentucky
W. P. RUSSELL, B.S.
Murray State College
Geography, Health, Athletics
DEW DROP ROWLETT, B.S., MS
Murray State College
Louisiana State University
FRED SHULTZ, B.S., M.A.
Murray State College
Science, Physics, Chemistry
HARON WEST, B.S.
Murray State College
JERRY D. WILLIAMS
Murray State College
MILDRED WILMURTH, A.B.
Murray State College
ainfen ance 5?
Left to Right: Cary Boggess, Custodian: I.N. Burton, Burnette Outlond, Sam
Left to Right: Ruth Lassiter, Secre-
taryp Nell Rumfelt, Filing Clerk.
L. Wilson, Grover Dunn, Janitors.
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SPONSORS MRS. GILES
CLEGG AUSTIN, President
Band i940-505 Pep Band '46,'47,'48,'495 Mixed Chorus '49,'505
Talent Night '4Sp Showboat '45,'46,'48p Regional Music Contest
'45,'46,'47,'48,'495 State Music Contest '47,'48,'49: Senior Class
President: Hi-Y '47,'48,'49,'50g Treasurer '48,'49i Junior Sports-
F7100 Club '46,'47,'48: Tiger Staff '47,'48,'49,'50: Assistant Busi-
ness Mandger '48,'49p Business Manager '49,'50g National High
WILLIAM SMITH, Vice-President
Football '46,'47,"48,'495 Alternate Captain '49, Baseball '48,'493
Basketball '47,'48,'49,'5O5 Track '47,'48,'49p Freshman Class
Secretaryg Junior Class Secretaryg Senior Class Vice-Presidentg
Hi-Y '47,'48,'49,'507 Secretary '48,'495 Treasurer '49,'501 Hi-Y
Youth Assembly '49p Tiger Staff '47,'48,'49,'505 Advertising
Nanager '48,'49i Editor '49,'5O5 Annual Eclitorg "Meet Ne In St.
Lauis"g National High School Register.
JEAN FARRIS, Secretary
Glee Club '46,'47,'48,'495 Cheerleader '47,'48,'49,'5Og G.A.A.
'46,'47i Showboat '483 F.H.A. '46,'50: Vice-President '47, Presi-
dent '48, Tri-Hi-Y '48,'49,'50p Secretary '49,'50p Pep Squad '46,
Football Queen '47,'48p Attendant '49, Annual Staff, Class Sec-
retary '47,'49,'50p "Meet Me ln St. Louis."
JEAN CORN, Treasurer
Home Economics Course
Band 1947-50: Glee Club '46,'47,'48,'49g Mixed Chorus '49,'50p
Orchestra '47,'48,'49,'505 Pep Band '49,'5Op Showboat '48, Re-
gional Music Contest '47,'48,'49,' State Music Contest '485 Pep
Squad '46, Treasurer of Sophomore, Junior, Senior Class, G.A.A.
'46,'475 Tri-Hi-Y '48,'497'50: Vice-President '49,'50: F.H.A.
1946-505 Treasurer '47,'48p Vice-President '49,'507 Tiger Staff
'48,'49,'50i Annual Staff.
Football '46,'47,'48,'49f Basketball '46,'47,'48,'49,'5O, Track
'49, Baseball '48,'49p Vice-President Freshman Class, Hi-Y '47,
'48,'49,'50: President '49,'505 Secretary of State, Hi-Y Youth
Assembly '49, Tiger Staff '47,'48,'49,'50g Annual Staff.
BETTY JUNE WEST
Commercial Course L
Glee Club 1946-505 F.H.A. i946-505 Secretory '47,'48g President
'49,'5op Tri-Hi-Y '48,'505 Pep Squad '46, Moiorette '48,'49: Show-
boat '48, G.A.A. '46,'47,'48, Tiger Staff '49,'503 Girls' Stote '49,
HouseManoger"Meet Me ln St Louis" '49, Annual Staff, Regional
Nusic Contest '47,'48,'-495 State Music Contest '49, Dromatics
Club '49,'50, National High School Register.
O. B. BOONE, JR.
Football '47,'48,'49g Basketball '47,'48,'49,'50p All State Guard
Honorable Mention '49p Annual Staff, "Meet Me ln St. Louis."
Grove High School, Paris, Tenn.: F.H.A. '46,'47,'48, Secretory
'46,'47g Entered Murray High, Glee Club '48,'49g Tri-Hi-Y '49,
'50, French Club '49,'5Oi "Meet Me ln St. Louis."
ROBERT GLIN JEFFREY
Football '46,'48,'48,'49: Captain '49p All State Third Team '49p
Basketball '47,'48,'49,'5Op All State Second Team '49p Sun-Demo-
crat All-Purchase First Team '49g All-WKC First Team '495
Trophy winner foul shots '49p Baseball '48,'49p Track '47,'48g
State Track Meet: Hi-Y '47,'48,'49,'5Og President '48,'49: Presi-
dent Sophomore Classp President Junior Classg National High
MARY ANN UNDERWOOD
Lowell, Flint, Mich.: President Freshman Classy Youth Govern-
ment Representative '467 Student Council '46,'47p Stepping
Stone Sorority '46,'47p Service Award '46,'47g Library Assistant
'46,'47g Class Prophet '46,'473 Class Testatrix '46,'47p Honor
Award '46,'47g Honor Comodo '46,'47. Central High School, Flint
Mich.: President Sophomore Classg Honor Award '47,'48: Arrow-
head Staff '47,'48g Glee Club '485 Mixed Chorus '47,'48: District
Nusig Contest '48p State Music Contest '48g Spring Music lFes-
tival '48jRadioWorksh0D,'48.r Entered Murray High School: Tri-
Hi-Y '48,'49,'5Oi Tri-Hi-Y President '49,'507 Masquers '4S,'49,
'505 Student Director "Best Foot Forward" '48g House Manager
"Meet Me ln St. Louis" '49p Glee Club '48,'49p District Music
Contest '49p Pep Squad '-485 Tiger Staff '48,'49,'SO, Co-Editor
'49,'5Og Hi-Y Youth Assembly '49f Co-Editor Annualg Cffice
Helper '49,'5Op National High School Register.
Football '46,'47,'49pHonorable NentionAll State Quarterback '49g
Basketball '47,'48,'49,'505 Sun-Democrat All Purchase Second
Team '49g Baseball '48.'49: Track '495 State Track Meet '1-19: Hi-Y
'47,'48,'49,'5O5 Vice-President '49,'50i Vice-President Junior
Classy Tiger Staff H177 Library Staff '48,'49p School Boy Patrol
JANICE Ml LLER
' General Course
GIGS Club 46,47,48:49,'50p F.H.A. 1946-505 Vice-President
'481 Secretary '49,'5O: Tri-Hi-Y '48,'49,'505 Pianist '49p'505 G.A.A.
'46,'477 Pep Squad '46g Annual Staffp Football Queen '49g Hal-
loween Queen '47p State Music Festival '48g Showboat '48i "Neel
Me ln St. Louis."
JIMMIE LEE THOMASSON
Scientific Course '
Football '46,47,48,49g Basketball '47,'481 '49, 'SOJ Baseball
'48,'49p Vice-President Sophomore Classp Hi-Y '47,'48,'49,'5Op
Tiger Staff '47g Annual Stall: Mixed Chorus '48,'49pACappella
Choir '48,'49p State music Contest '49i Regional Music Contest
Almo High: Freshman Presidentg Cheerleader '475 F.H.A. '46,'47:
"The Red Headed Stepchild." Entered Murray High: Glee Club
'48,'49g Tri-Hi-Y '48,'49,'50p Football Queen Attendant '48g Pep
Squad '48i Dramatics Club '48: F.H.A. '48,'49,'5O: Regional Mu-
sic Contest '48,'49.
DWA IN ADAMS
Football '46,'47,'48,'49i Baseball '435 Basketball '47,'48,'49,'50i
Truck '47,'48,'49,'5Oi Hi-Y '48.'49,'50: S0119 Levder '49,'5Oi
Tiger Staff '48,'49p State Track Meetp All State End Honorable
Glee Club '46,'475 Music Contest '475 Pep Squad '46,'48p GAA
'46,'47,'48: Dramatics '47,'48,'49i Production crew, "Our Hearts
Were Young and Gay" and "Best Foot Forward," '47,'485 Home
EC. Club '46,'47i FHA '47,'48.'49.'50i Tri-H-Y '49,'5o-
Savannah High, Savannah, Ohiag FFA '46,'47f Class Treasurer
'47,'48g FFA Parliamentary Procedure Team '47,'48i Class Presi.
dent '48,'49g Junior Playg FFA Otticerg Ohio State Animal Judging
CONTEST '48i Entered Murray High School '49.
BARBARA ANN WARD
Corbin, Ky.: Glee Club '46,'475 Tri-Hi-Y '46,'47p May Festival
'-46: Carnival Queen Attendant '46,'475 "As We Go Singing Down
The Lane" '47- Entered Murray High: Pep Squad '48g Tri-Hi-Y
'48,'49,'50j Drumming Club '43p FHA '48,'49.'50: Glee Club '43,
'49,'501 Regional Music Contest '48.
Band '46,'47i Track, two years: State Track Meetp Class Test-
atori National High School Register.
Home Ec. Course V
Glee Club '46,'47p GAA '46.'47: FHA '46,'47,'48,'49,'50: Tri-
Hi-Y 'A8,'49,'5Oi Mdiofetle '47,'48,'49i Pep Sqvvd '46i Annual
Staffg Dramatics Club '47,'43.
Football '46,'47,'485 Basketball '46,'47i Hi-Y '48,'49i Tiger
General Course '
Almo High School: "Red Headed Stepcl1ild" 2165 "Hi and Sis
New York" '47i Home Ec.Club '46,'47i Girls' Trio '46,'47j Mixed
Quartet '46,'47. Entered Murray High: Production crew, "Meet
Me in St. Louis."
DALLAS T. DORAN
Basketball '47,'48,'49, Mgr. '46i Hi-Y '48f'49i Hi'Y State YOUfl1
Assembly '49i Tiger Staff '47f Office worker '49.
Glee Club 1946-505 President '48,'495 GAA '46,'47: FHA 1946-50:
Song Leader '47-'50g Tri-Hi-Y '481'49f'50i Chaplain '49,'50i Dra-
matics Club '47,'48,'49,'501 Mixed Chorus, A cappella Choir,
1946-S05 Mixed Quartet 'A7,'48g Girls' Quartet '48,'495 Trio '48,
'49,'50p Pep Squad '465 Maiorette' '47g Drum Maior '48,'495 Show-
boat '48p Annual Staffg Football Queen Attendant '47,'49p "Our
Hearts Were Young and Gay" '48g "Meet Me in St. Louis'1 '495
State Music Festival "47,'48,'49.
MARTHA JEAN STAGNER
Glee Club '46,'475 Pep Squad 2165 Home Ec. Club '46,'475 Re-
gional Music Festival '47g UDC Essay Contest '47,'485 FHA
1947-505 Slwowboat '43g Student Office Worker '47-'48i Dramatics
Club '48,'49i "Best Foot Forward"g Annual Staff.
Band 1945-505 Pep Band '47,'43,'49g Mixed Chorus '48,'49j Choir
'48,'49i Bdskefball '46,'475 Football '495 State Music Contest
'49i Regional Music Contest '48y Junior High Football '46.
Glee Club '46-'495 GAA '46,'47,'48p Pep Squad '465 Home EC.
Club '46,'47i FHA '49,'5O: Music Contest '47,'48g "Our Hearts
Were Young 'and Guy" '47p "Best Foot Forward" '48i Dramatics
Club '47,'48,'49j Annual Staff.
Scientific Course 1
Football '495 Hi-Y '49,'505 President Library Club '49p "Meet
Me in St. Louis."
GAA '46,'47,'485 Showboat 2185 Dramatics Club '49,'5Oi "Meet
Me in St. Louis"f Home Ec. Club '46,'47g Office Worker '47,'43,
B004 '46f'47i Mixed Cl"0"U5 '46f'47,'48,'49,'50i Cl10il' '46"50i
"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"g "Best Foot Forward": "Meet
Me in St. Louis"g Basketball '48,'49g Football Mgr. '47i Mixed
Quartet '48,'49,'5Oj Boys' Quartet '49,'50.
PEP Sq'-105 '46f'48i Glee ClUb '46,'-471 GAA '461'47i DVUWGNCS
Club '491 'SOS Production Crew, "Meet Me in St. Louis."
JERRY BYN UM
Scientific Course D
Band 1944-505 Tiger Staff '46,'47g Showboat '45,'46,'485 Mixed
Chorus '48,'49,'S05 A cappella Choir '48,'49,'50j Regional Music
Festival '44-'505 State Music Festival '47,'49g State Music Festi-
vol '47,'49i PGP BUW5 '48,'49,'50i Fvotbull '46.'47,'48-
Home Ec. Course
GAA '46,'47f'48i Glee Club '46,'47i Pep Squad '46s FHA '46-'50:
Girl Scouts '46,'47,'48g Music Contest '48p Dramatics Club '47,
'48i "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" '48g Tri-Hi-Y '49,'50g
RSPOVVBI' FHA '49.'5O-
Band '46,'47f'481 Annual Staff.
GAA '46,'47,'-48: Home EC- Club '46,'47: Glee Club '46,'47,'48i
FHA '47,'48,'49,'50i Dramatics Club 'LlS."19i Music Contest '47g
"Best Foot Forward" '48j "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"
'47: Pep Squad '48-
Freshman Class Presidentp Office Worker '46,'47i Mixed Chorus,
Choir 1946-505 Glee Club '46-'50p FHA '46-'49g Secretary'48,'495
Vice President Glee Club '48,'49p GAA '46,'47i Maiorette '46,
'47,'48,'49p Drum Maiorette '49g Library Assistant '46,'47,'48j
Showboat H185 "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay"g "Best Foot
Forward"g "Meet Me in St. Louis"g Regional Speech Festival
'48,'49g Dramatics Club '47,'48,'49,'5Oi Regional Music Contest
'48,'49g State Music Contest '47,'48p Tiger Staff '47,'48,'49,'5Di
Assistant Business Manager '49,'5Op Triple Tl'l0 '48,'49i Tri-
Hi-Y '48f'491'5Oi Annual Typistg Giftoriang National High
EUVA PARK ER
Highland Park, Michigan:Glee Club '47,'48pMixedCl'1orus, Treble
Clef, Ensemble, '485 Biology Club '4g. Entered Murray High:
French Club '49,'SOj Music Clinic '495 Mixed Chorus '49,'505
Queen Halloween Carnival '49.
WILL ED STOKES
ALMA JO MATHIS
GAA '46,'47,'485 Home Ec. Club '46,'475 FHA '49,'50p Glee Club
'46,'47,'48p Music Contest '47j Pep Squad '48. '
GLADYS MC KINNEY
GAA '46f471 '48i FHA '47.'48.'49,'50i Dramufics Club '47-'50:"Our
Hearts Were Young and Gcy"f "Meet Me in St. Louis"5 Pep Squad
'46: Glee Club '46.'47i HON EC- Club '46.'47i Music Confesf
General Course '
FHA '461'47,'481'491'50i Glee Club '46,'47,'48i GAA '461'47,'48i
Talent Night '47j DrcmaticsClub '49,'50y"MeeY Me in St. Louis"
MAX H. CHURCHILL
Junior High Footbollg Baslcefboll '48i Football '49.
Glee Club '46,'47,'485 FHA,'46,'47,'48,'49,'505 Drumufics Club
'49,'50g "Meet Me in St. Louis."
On Sept. 10, 1946, there entered into Murray High School the most
promising group of freshmen ever to enter the portal of MHS. Forty-
nine "Poor little babes lost in the woods' grew up that year under the
leadership of Mr. Haron West, sponsor, and Letitia Maupin, president.
We came backa year later. Our intellect was broader, but our
number smaller, only 43 this year. We lost Thomas Taylor, who joined
the Navy, Graves Joyner, who went back to Tennessee, Robert King,
who moved to Paris, Jimmy Rowland, who preferred work to school,
Jean King, who enrolled at the Training School, Betty Murphy, who
chose matrimony, Dick Berry, who moved to Washington, and Joyce
Russell, who moved to Ohio. We gained three students: Hazel Dyer from
the Training School, O. T. Stalls, Almo, Kentucky, and Maurice "Red"
Myers. It was during our Sophomore year that we began to grasp the
vision of our desired goal-graduation. All in all, the year was a success-
ful one, but who could fail with such sponsors as Mr. Wilburn Cavitt
and Mrs. Tom Rowlett and Robert Glin Jeffrey as president.
In 1948 we became juniors and gained the title of 'upperclassmen'
We were a determined group of youngsters, eager to continue what we
had so bravely begun. We selected Mrs. Charles Snow and Miss Frances
Grant as our leaders and Robert Glin Jeffrey as our President. This,
our third year,marked a time of great gain, a gain of brains and beauty.
Our new students were: Barbara Ann Ward from Corbin, Kentucky, Mary
Ann Underwood, Flint, Michigan, June Overcast, Paris, Tennessee, and
Jean Futrell and Wanda Burks,Almo, Kentucky. We lost Billy McDougal,
Max Moore, and Maurice Myers, who quit school, and O. T. Stalls, who
returned to Almo. Climaxing our Junior year, we gave the seniors a
banquet at the Club House, the theme of which was the "Gold Digging
Forty-nine r s " .
On Sept. 6, 1949, we, the 47 seniors who compose the 1950 class,
entered the gay old portals of Murray High to "walk the last mile of the
way". This year has been one of complete victory. We have the co-op-
eration of the entire student, body and faculty in all of our endeavors.
Some of the highlights have been the Progressive Dinner, the Halloween
Carnival, and the arrival of our class rings. Again this year, we were
given two new students to taste the last bite of success withus. They
were Phil Sprunger, Mansfield, Ohio, and Euva Parker of Detroit, Michi-
gan. There was only one who did not enjoy the happiest year of all. He
was Toy Lee Barnett, who chose matrimony. Mr. W. B. Moser and Mrs.
Richard Giles have been our able guides, and Clegg Austin., our president.
Soon we shall say farewell to Murray High School and to all the
things which we hold so dear to our hearts. As we leave we say to the
You have given us the most precious gift of all---confidence and
faith, if our lives do not live up to the high ideals you have given us it
will not be because of your faults. May we only say--Thanks for every-
thing. "We have fought a good fight, we have finished our course, and we
have kept the faith". Henceforth,there is laid up for us a crown of glory,
Martha Jean Stagner
HO IN AMERICAN SCHOO
- .....upun, Mary Ann Underwood. STAND
om Smith, Robert Glin Jeffrey, Pai' DarneN, Clegg Ausfing
Jael 'MM an .iafamenf
We, the Senior class of '50, having supposedly sound metal
faculties, make known and publish our last will and testament. We
begrudgingly leave these Halls of Learning to venture forth into
the world, using the knowledge we have secured and gaining more.
To MR. CARTER we leave our admiration.
To NIR. MOSER we leave the title, "One of the Greatest Fel-
lows We Have Ever Known".
To the entire faculty we leave the hope that they will endure
the ones who follow us with the kind patience we have received.
To the JUNIOR CLASS we leave '2Blood, Sweat, and Tears".
To the SOPHOMORE CLASS we leave this quotation: "Cast
your diligence upon the sea of education and it will return you
To the FRESHMAN CLASS we leave the will to learn.
Each individual bestowal follows, viz:
I, JANICE MILLER, leave my abilityto persuade MR. HOLL-
AND out of tests to all who are that cunning.
I, MARY ANN UNDERWOOD, leave my brains andldignity to
LOCHIE FAYE HART, who can certainly use both. .
I, JEAN FARRIS, leave my ability to snare men to CAROLYN I
I, JUNE OVERCAST, leave for Detroit.
We, DONALD STARKS and SAM HARRIS, leave joyously.
I, WILLIAM SMITH, leave my amorous nature to BOBBY -.5
FOY. A - I
I, JIMMY LOVE, bequeath my creed, "Silence is Wisdom", to s g
We, DWAIN ADAMS and BUDDY VALENTINE, leave PRO-
FESSOR SHULTZ with a consuming desire to fail us. fi I
I, O. B. BOONE, bestow my gentle ways on EDWARD OVER- q
BEY. L .
I, ROBERT GLIN JEFFERY, leave my athletic ability to all if
persons who have determination, courage, and the will to make - l
good. , A
1, SANDRA sEARFos, leave my boisterous ways to TOM
SYKES. A 1
I, JEAN FUTRELL, leave to MR. HOLLAND the many em- I
barrassing moments he has caused me. 7 5
I, MARTHA JEAN STAGNER, bequeath my stately behavior '
to PEGGY ROWLAND.
I, BETTY THURMAN, leave with a GEM on my finger anda
HIM on my lips. Q
I, ALMA JO MATHIS, bequeath my ability to make bells ring
to WANDA MCREYNOLDS.
1, GENE CATHEY, leave behind me many friends.
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I, BETTY WEST, leave my smile to SUE MCCUISTON.
I, CHARLOTTE ROBERTS, leave my pretty legs to SUE
We, BRINDA SNIITH and GLADYS MC KINNEY, leave with res-
pect and adrniration for the men Ohio produces.
I, JERRY BYNUM, leave my ability to captivate college girls
to BILLY OUTLAND. x
We, CHARLES WASHBURN and BOBBY CARSON, leave our
ability to get along with as little effort possible to all who are
I, JIMMIE THOMASSON, leave my glasses to all Illinois
basketball officials. Q
1, ELSIE SLINKER, leave. my exotic name to SUE JONES.
I, WANDA BURKS, leave my ability to repulse wolves to
Z-ANN PATTON. '
We, WILL ED STOKES and MAX CHURCHILL,1eave...sur-
prised at the fact. '
i I, NEVA FITTS, leave uncontaminated by the evils around me.
I, RICHARD SHACKLEFORD, leave my deep admiration for
that PERRY girl to anyone who likes her.
We, BETTY PITTMAN and SUSIE KING, leave our lockers
in A MESS. ' ,
I, EUVA NELL PARKER, leave my impressive height to
I, PHIL SPRUNGER, leave hurriedly to avoid further romantic
I, JENNELL FOY, leave my chemistry books to MR. BOGGESS
to 'use as fuel. ' ' c
I, LETITIA MAUPIN, leave. excess energy to ANNE FENTON.
I, BARBARA ANN WARD, leave my glamour to all girls who
wish tohook class presidents. y
I, HAZEL DYER, leave my conservative ways to JOAN LOVE.
I, JEAN CORN, leave my ability to handle class funds to my
own profit to all future treasurers.
I, GENE DUNN, leave my car with the mechanics.
I, BOBBY EDWARDS, leave my ferocious nature to RONALD
I, DALLAS DORAN, leave my knack of getting tardy excuses
from MR. MOSER to anyone who sleeps all morning.
I, WALTER MOSER, leave my straight face to MR. CAVITT.
I, CLEGG AUSTIN, leave my cute smile and dimples to BUDDY
BUCKINGI-IAM who can use them to the best advantage.
I, PAT DARNELL, author of this docurnent, bequeath my
sympathy to the next MORON who accepts this job
fSigne dj Pat Darnell, Testator.
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lThe year is l985.It has been 35 years since the class of 1950 wav-
ed farewellto old Murray High School. A lot can happen in 35 years. The
scene is in the living room of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Miller.
Jackie is trying to read the evening paper while Janice rambles on and
on about her old friends of '50.j
How well I remember the '50 class,
It was filled with beauty, brain, and brassg
The memories all come back again
As I think about each loving friend.
DWAIN ADAMS, better known as "BEAR", took a seat in theelectric
That well known singer, O. B. BOONE, sang "Seboney" and caused a
JUNE OVERCAST, who always was so silly, has settled down since she
EUVA PARKER, so sweet and gay, is now MRS. NOBIE CARRAWAY.
From the country GLADYS MC KINNEY fled, there was no joy after
PHIL was dead.
ALMA JO thought childern were next to heaven but she'd just planned
on three, not thirty-seven.
NEVA FITTS has gone quite farg she's a famous silent movie star.
CHARLOTTE ROBERTS was struck by fateg because of her chemistry
she had to leave the state.
SANDRA SEARFOS is the star of the arenag she's now a famous baller-
SUSIE KING has done her partg she's made a hit in the field of art.
ELSIE SLINKER was Texas bound when John Power's a lovely model
Because of her talent with her horn, her name is in lights: JEAN CORN.
MR. MOSER and MRS. GILES are both great conquerors, because they
chose the '50 class to sponsor.
MARTHA JEAN STAGENER finally made "Big Time" by doing bubble
dances from 7 to 9.
JENNELL FOY is now a success by teaching home ec. and doing her
Wonderful and beautiful JEAN FARRIS is now the queen of all Paris.
BARBARA ANN WARD, lovely in face and leg, is tied up now with a boy
BETTY PEARL said she wouldn't settle down, but now a man she's
That cute little girl, HAZEL DYER, now extracts teeth withwire pliers.
When it comes to looks she tops the rest, that's how JEAN FUTRELL
won MISS AMERICA contest. . .
A talented artist, BETTY JUNE WEST, now ranks higher than all the
BETTY THURMAN, the perfect young wife, has devoted herself to CHAD
MARY ANN, who publishes the NEW YORK EDITIONS, has come to the
top and has no competition. I '
MAX CHURCHILL'S business is doing wellg they say he's better than
A more talented guy you never met than CLEGG AUSTIN and his clari-
GENE CATHEY is playing professional ball and it is rumoured that he's
grown quite tall.
They say DALLAS T. is doing quite well by working on the farm for his
friend, H. L.
You all remember BOBBY CARSONg he's chaufeur for GREER GARSON.
SAM HARRIS has a car, his greatest asset, because no one can ever
PAT DARNELL'S mind is very dim, his brain was just to much for him.
In a lovely cottage where beauty abounds lives ROBERT GLIN with
BOBBY EDWARS turned out to be no phonyg he didn't really have a
JIMMIE LEE practices very hard: he's now the star St. Louis Card.
CHARLES WASHBURN now has his dayg he's won the part of CHARLES
JIMMY LOVE, the photographer, has made good by making films in
W. B. MOSER, JR., really hit it lucky when he found his girl in Hardin,
JERRY BYNUM, known for his spunk, learned to extract odors from a
RICHARD SHACKLEFORD is the king ofall the residents of SING SING.
That lover boy, WILLIAM SMITH, turned out to be a great journalist.
That salty sea-dog, DONALD STARKS, met his fate when he fell to the
A famous comedian, WILL ED STOKES, has made the top, and that is
BUDDY VALENTINE is driving cars witha glittering gleam all the way
to New Orleans. A
Not RITA HAYWORTH, but WANDA BURKS, has married and divorced
twenty-nine turks. , Q -
PHIL SPRUNGER was shot and buried in town, he was too cute to stay
When BRINDA SMITH heard that PHIL was gone, she shot herselfg now
they are where they belong.
LETITIA MAUPIN is the bowery starg her voice has taken her quite far.
An inmate in ALCATRAZ is GENE DUNN, he always did have too much
But now, I find, Ihave to gog
JACKIE eats more than any I knowg
I better go find him a filler, .
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The first MHS varsity football team to beat Mayfield on the Mayfield homefield.
FIRST ROW: Will Mac JOI1eS, William Smith, Robert Glin Jeffrey, Dwain Adams, Davad Outland,
Jimmie Lee Thomasson, Buddy Buckingham, Bobby Dowdy, Bud Tolley. SECOND ROW: Gene
Johnson, Buddy Shackelford, O. B. Boone, Oury Billingfon, Gene Dunn, Frank Wilson, Jimmie
Jones, Fred McCord, Gene Cathey. THIRD ROW: Arnold Watson, Bobby Edwards, Harold Alton,
Jr. Childress, Noble Knight, Billy McKeel, John Sprunger, Doug Wearren, Jimmie Boone. FOURTH
ROW: Max Churchill, Edward Overbey, Richard Shackelford, Eugene Bushart, Gene Cohoon,
Gene Wells, Joe Wilson. FIFTH ROW: Coach Holland, Manager Paul Blankenship, Coach Rus-
sell, Coach West, Manager Charlie Marr. NOT PICTURED: Walter Moser, Jr.
The Murray High Tigers ended their 1949 football season with a recordof
four wins and six losses. '
Coach Ty Holland started the season with only two regulars back from last
year's squad: veteran halfback Glin Jeffrey and Dwain Adams, who switthed to
end this year. Theother positions were filled with boys who were willing but
lacked the age and experience necessary for a winning team.
After dropping the first two games to
Ridgely, Tenn. by a score of 14-6, and to
Russellville, 19-O, the Tigers swept to
three straight victories by downing Mor-
ganfield Z7-6, Mayfield Z0-0, and Fulton
42-6. The streak was snapped by Bowling
Green by a Z0-0 score. The Tigers then
bounded back to Ahand Madisonville a Z7-12
score. In the next game the Tigers were a
three touchdown underdog but gave a great
battle before falling to Hoptown, 7 -6.
The next week a strong Butler High team
of Princeton defeated the Tigers 12-6.
In the final game of the season, the
Tigers tangled with the powerful Blue
Devils of Grove High, Paris, Tenn. The
Grove High team was ranked as the top
team in Tennessee and the Tigers rated
a 40-60 point underdog by most people. But
the Tigers battled the highly favored Paris
boys off their feet for three periods before
weakening in the last quarter and dropping
the game by a 2.5-0 decision, giving the
Tigers a total of 4 wins, 6 losses.
Assistant Couch West, Russell and Coach Ty Holland. Robert Glin Jeffrey
Jimmie Thomasson Oury Billington J'ohn Sprunger 6 Gene Wells
Tackle Tackle Tackle Tackle
6 Ridgely 14
0 Russellville 19
Z7 Morgafnfield 6
20 Mayfield O
42 Fulton 6
0 Bowling Green 2.0
Z7 Madisonville 12
6 Hoptown 7
6 Princeton 12
O Paris 25
POINTS 34 TOTAL POINTS 121
Will Mac Jones Robert Glin Jeffrey
O. B. Boone William Smith Bob Dowdy
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Jean Farris, Kay Weufherly, Frankie Shroaf, Zcnn Poffon, Judy Lee
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Murray 67 Mayfield
Murray 43 Lone Oak
W. K. C. Tournarneni
Murray 63 Morganfield
Murray 58 Madisonville
Murray 4-9 Tilghman
Murray 50 Tilghman
Murray 56 Cairo
Murray 48 Concord
Won 10 Lost 9
Tot. Pts. 988
Tot. Pts. 872
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SEATED: Lochie Faye Hortg Mrs. George Hart, sponsorg Mary Ann Underwood.
STANDING: William Smith, Clegg Austin.
Quill and Scroll, the International Honorary Society for High School Journal-
ists, was founded at the University of Iowa in 1926 and has grown until today
it includes more than 3,200 chapters located in every state of the union, in
England, Canada, New Zealand, China, Hawaii, Alaska, Philippine Islands, and
Virgin Islands. This is Quill and Scrol1's first year at Murray High. The local
chapter was organized by Mrs. George Hart and with only four members has
taken its place among the other organizations at IVIHS. Members must meet the
following requirements: they must be a junior or seniorg they must be in the
upper third of their class scholasticallyg they must be recommended by the
local adviser and approved by the national executive secretaryg they must have
done superior work in writing, editing, or in some other phase of journalism.
FIRST ROW: Buddy Buckingham, Gene Cohoon, Glin Jeffrey, Will Mac Jones, Gene Cathey,
William Smith, William Thomas Parker. SECCND ROW: Richard Shackelford, Clegg Austin,
Jimmy Jones, Bobby Foy, Walter Moser, president, Gene Wells, Davad Outland. THIRD RCW:
James Roberts, Paul Blankenship, Bud Tolley, Jimmie Thomasson, Dwain Adams, Dallas Doran,
Mr. W. B. Moser, sponsor.
The Hi-Y is a religious organization composed ofboys in the upper three classes
who are outstanding in moral qualities. The purpose of the club is to create, main-
tain and extend, throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian
character. The platform is composed of four planks: CleanSpeech, Clean Sportsman-
ship, Clean Scholarship, and Clean Living, Membership is invitational.
Officers are Walter Moser, Jr., President: Gene Cathey, Vice-President, Buddy
Buckingham, Secretary, William Smith, Treasurerg and DwainAdams, Song Leader.
Mr. W. B. Moser, Sr,, is sponsor.
The Tri-Hi-Y is a religious organization composed of girls in the upper two
classes having high standards of Christian character. The club purpose is to seek,
to find, to share. The platform is composed of three planks: Pure Thoughts, Pure
Words, Pure Actions. Membership is invitational.
Officers are Mary Ann Underwood, President: Jean Corn, Vice-Presidentg .Tean
Farris, Secretary-Treasurerg and Betty Thurman, Song Leader.
Mrs. W. Z. Carter is sponsor,
FIRST ROW: Mary Frances Williams, Zetta Yates, Zann Patton, Betty Sue Hutson, June Over-
cast, Jennell Foy, Lochie Faye Hart, Letha Lyons, Sue McCuiston. SECOND ROW: Nancy Wear,
Jean Futrelle, Barbara Ward, Letitia Maupin, Betty Thurman, Ann Perry, Sue Parker. THIRD
ROW: Mary Ann Underwood, president, Charlotte Roberts, Carolyn Melugin, Brinda Smitli, Betty
West, Jean Corn, Lida Wa ldrop, Jenne Jellison, Mrs. W. Z. Carter, sponsor.
SEATED: William Thomas Jeffrey, Letitia Maupin, Clegg Austin, Business Manager, Lochie
Faye Hart. STANDING: Mrs. George Hart, Sponsor, Buddy Buckingham, Betty Hutson, Gerald
McCord, Walter Moser, William Smith, Editor-in-chief, Mary Frances Williams, Jean Corn, Betty
West, Bette Cotham, Mary Ann Underwood, Co-Editor.
FIRST ROW: Hazel Dyer, Jennell Foy, Elsie Slinker, Mary Alice Hopkins-treasurer,,Wanda Dui
guid, Betty Thurman, Janice Miller-secretary, Jean Corn-vice president, Betty West-president,
Jean Futrell. SECOND RCW: Jean Emerine, Glenda Kirkland, Susie King, Norma Atkins, Betty
Pittman, Charlotte Roberts, Sue Parker, Gladys McKinney, Miss Frances Grant-sponsor. THIRD
RCW: Rachel Blalock, Sara Calhoun, Nell Futrell, Nancy Sammons, Martha Jean Stagner,Brinda
Smith, Alma Ja Mathis, Barbara Ward, Jean Farris, Sue Outland.
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The annual dramatic's class production.
The cast included: Dallas Conyers, Peggy Rowland,
Richard Shackelford, Will Ed Travis, O. B. Boone,
Jean Farris, Billy Jo Parker, Betty Thurman, Pat
Darnell. Zann Patton, Donald Starks, Lochie Faye
Hart, Gene Hendon, Jenne Jellison, William Smith,
Zetta Yates, Kay Weatherly.
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Sue Parker, Betty Thurman, Letha Lyons, Lochie Faye Hart
FIRST ROW: Joan Love, Kay Weatherly, Lochie Faye Hart, Peggy Rowland. SECOND
ROW: Letitia Maupin, Betty Thurman, Letha Lyons. THIRD RCW: Sue Parker, Judy
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Joan Love, Judy Lee, Kay Weatherly
FIRST ROW: Euva Parker, Kay Weatherly, Peggy Rowland, Judy Lee,
Letitia Maupin, Letha Lyons, Jean Corn, Sue Outland. SECOND ROW
Bette Cotham, Betty Hutson, Anne Fenton, Betty Thurman, Lochie Hart,
Sue Parker, Joan Love, THIRD ROW: Gene Hendon, James Roberts
Charles Skaggs, Thomas Lee Hopkins, Paul Blankenship, Donald Starks
Jerry Bynum, Will Mac Jones, Clegg Austin.
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Janice Miller, Zetta Yates, Joan
Betty Hutson, Zann Patton, Anne Fenton, Betty Thurman, Lochie Faye
Parker, Peggy Rowland, Kay Weather-
Nancy Wear, Betty West, Jean Corn,
Love. SECOND ROW: Bette Cotham,
Hart, Ann Perry, Sue Parker, Jean Futrelle, Barbara Ward. THIRD RCW:
Rachel Blalock, Judy Lee, Nell Futrelle, Loretta Seaford, Nancy Sam-
mons, Sara Calhoun, Ann Rhodes, Pat Futrell, Mary Alice Hopkins, Jane
Perry, Betty Wiggins, Gloria Moss, lmogene Marine, Norma Atkins and
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2.00 North 4th Phone 82
CALLOWAY COUNTY LUMBER
North 4th Phone 72
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RYAN MILK CO.
PARKER SEED COMPANY
Carload Buyers and Processors
Phone - 665 - Phone
South Second Street Murray, Kentucky
DEDICATED TO ALL WHO WERE KIND ENOUGH TO READ THE ADS.
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