Murray High School - Tiger Yearbook (Murray, KY)

 - Class of 1951

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3116 QW X Q A K-exif," 1, A vfsfhf- ' ' L-'Fr " "f'Ze.. x fn Q . ' ' Q-, ' Q ,J-'X ' ' ur-,. 15:5-V' - 1 -Kgq.. Mp' - -I .- . - .mf 1'a' - ' Published by the Seniors of 1951 Murray High School Murray, Kentucky OFQLUOI' As you turn the pages of this annual you will find inscribed on every one a living example of to- day's youth. As you go further into this book you can see before you the activities of each student... the work, the fun, and the play that go into making up a school, a community, and a nation. We have worked to make this, the 1951 Tiger, the best and hope that this dream has been accom- plished. The only reward sought in making this book, is that it will be one of your treasured possessions and a constant memory of The Class of '51. Cast of "Flicker-Flashbacks"-Seniors' lastchapelprogram Z mecbca fion TO MRS. LOCHIE HART, students friend: As an expression of gratitude for the influence wielded upon the students of Mur- ray High during the past three years as our sponsor, a woman of high ideals, and a leader who has proved herself a friend and benefactor to us all, we, the Class of Nineteen Fifty-one, ded- icate this, the 1951 Tiger, 3 SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene Cohoon, Business Manager, Wanda Cable, Typist, Buddy Buckingham, Assistant Editor, Gene Hendon, Editor, Letha Lyons, Assistant Business Manager. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene Wells, Advertising Manager, Carolyn Melugin, Assistant Advertising Manager, Sue Jones, Typist, Kay Weatherly, Soph- omore Editor, Wanda Vance, Junior Editor, Jenne Lou Iellison, Prophetess, William Parker, Assistant Sports Editor, Ann Perry, Club Editor: Sue Parker, Faculty Editor, Mrs. George Hart, Advisor, Lochie Fay Hart, Testatrix, Lit- erary Editor, Thomas Hopkins, Freshman Editorg Nancy Wear, Historian, Jimmy Iones, Sports Editor. Gene Hendon LRIGI-lTj Editor-in-Chief, Robert Ray EugeneCohoon, Business Manager, Letha Ann Lyons, Buckingham, Asst. Editor. Asst. Business Manager. 4 r i W B MOSER SR., B.S. M.A. Murray State College University of Kentucky Principal .xdjminidfrafion W.Z. CARTER, B.S., M.A. Murray State College University of Chicago History To the graduating class of 1951 I extend my sincere congratulations. We have been through many interesting experiences during the past six years and the thought of your not being a part of Murray High School nextyear gives me afeeling akin to sadness. In a broader sense, however, you will still be with us. The contributions you have made to this institution will be of help to future classes and I hope that your associations through the years will be worth something to you. Sincerely yours , X W. Z . Carter 5 , r OFFICE STAFF Ruth Lassiter, School Secretary, QLEFTJ and Martha Fenton, Filing Clerk. BOYS WHO RAISE THE FLAG LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Street, Bob Overby, and Jerry Roberts. Marc! of glclucafion BOARD OF EDUCATION perintendent, I. W. Outland, Luther worth, and Mrs. Joe Baker. GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Bonnie Crouch, Mrs. Celia Crawford, Mrs. Hilda Street, Mrs. Ann McReynolds, Mrs. Modelle Outland, Mrs. Emma Darnell, Laurine Tarry, STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Mary Lou Lassiter, Kathleen Patterson, Mrs. Eula Mae Doherty, Margaret Graves, Marie Skinner, Mrs. Gela Ellis. LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Z. Carter, Su- Robertson, A. B. Austin, A. D. Butter- LUNCHROOM STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Gladys Wilkerson, Mrs. Flora Buchanan, Mrs. Eula Robertson, Mrs. I-Iontas Graham, Mrs. Noel Melugin, Supervisor. LALA CAIN, B.S. Murray State College Commerce CLCUA MARY LASSITER, A.B., M.A. Murray State College University of Kentucky Mathematics ' MAINTENANCE STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: Burnett Outland, Sam Wil- son, Chester Barrow, I.N. Burton, Cary Bog- fg gess, Custodian. MARTHA CARTER, B.S., M.A. Murray State College University of Chicago English and Latin LULA CLAYTON BEALE, A. B. , M. A Murray State College George Peabody College English FRED SCHULTZ, B.S., M.A. Murray State College Science, Physics, Chemistry FRANCES GRANT, B.S. Murray State College Home Economics DOCHIE HART, B.S. , M. A. Murray State College Librarian J. WILBURN CAVITT, B.S. Murray State College Mathematics, Household Mechanics W. P. RUSSELL, B.S. Murray State College Geography, Health, Athletics. 8 PRESTON HOLLAND, A.B., M.A Murray State College History, Economics, Athletics MILDRED WILMURTH, A. B. Murray State College English and French DEW DROP ROWLETT, B.S., M.S Murray State College Louisiana State University Physical Education and Health WILMA IO LOVINS, B.A. Murray State College English and Dramatics HARON WEST, B.S. Murray State College History and Athletics BETTE DAVIS Murray State College Music 9 l FLOYD HOLLAND Murray State College Household Mechanics Smi LJ is 'W-5 "5 -..- Prin. W. B. Moser plays "Daddy" to Zann Patton in the senior class chapel program October 1950. In the background are Chuck Simmons and Betty Cotham. 10 ,,,.vfYS -1? gulbi Yun 4 E Q F' ,ff-"1 ,,g?a5f., A 2 5.',' ' Q: ' 'fs M Pr- ' 13- 5 v H 5 ysl ft R 1- 3 'Qfn?:M -K X-hm 'Al 4 Yea v h5' P59 T153 Q -7 y QL HEMI? llll aria GJD ,i 1 Z -z . fllllf -fm ,.-1-QQ.. W..-,L ,x 5 da ml , V S2 eniord MRS. GEORGE HART, SPONSOR GENE HENDON, PRESIDENT "NICKY" SCIENTIFIC COURSE President of Senior Class 4: Secretary of Sophomore and Junior Class 2, 3: Annual Editor 4: Tiger staff 4: Band '43-'5I: Junior Sportsman Club 1, 2: President of Band 4: Boys' State 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4: Debate Club 4: Latin Club 4: Orchestra I, 2, 3: "Showboat" I, 3: "Meet Me In St. Louis' 3: "Best Foot Forward" 2: Hi-Y 3, 4: Masquers 2, 3: Boys' Quartet 2, 3, 4: Mixed Quartet 3, 4: Outstanding Musician Medal 4: Regiona1'Music Festival I, 2, 3, 4: State Music Festival I, 2, 3: Baseball 2, 3: Pep Band I, 2, 3, 4: Vocal Clinic 2, 3, 4: Band Clinic 2, 3, 4: Talent Night I, 2, 3. BUDDY BUCKINGHAM, VICE-PRESIDENT "PETE" SCIENTII-'lC COURSE Football 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Secretary of Hi-Y 3: President 4: Class Vice President 2, 3, 4: Regional Music Festival 3, 4: State Music Festival 3: State Youth Government 3, 4: Tiger staff I, 2, 3, 4: Feature Editor 4: Assistant Editor Annual 4: "Showboat" 3: Junior Sportsman Club 1: Secretary ofTreasuter Youth Gov. 4: Junior Football l. 12 eniom JIMMY JONES, SECRETARY "BONES" SCIENTIFIC COURSE Freshman Football lp Varsity Football 2, 3, 4g Track 3g Baseball 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Secretary 4, Secretary Senior Class 4g "Showboat" tg Band '44-'47, Sports Editor Annual 4: Ir. Sportsman Club 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 35 Re- gional Music Festival 3g State Music Festival 3g Vice President of Freshman Class 1. GENE COHOON, TREASURER "COONIE" SCIENTIFIC COURSE Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4gJr. High Football rg Varsity Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Track 3g Hi-Y 3,4, Treasurer 4: Library Club 4, President Library Club 4g Sportsman Club lg Annual Staff, Business Manager 4. ANN PERRY "NED" COMMERCIAL COURSE Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Mixed Quartet 3, 4, Sextet 3g State Music Festival 3, 4, Regional Music Festival 2, 3, 4g VocalClinic 4g'l'ri-Hi-Y 3, 4g President 4g FHA 1gGAA I, 2g Masquers 2, 3g Assist- ant Business Manager "Our Hearts Were Young And Gay' rg Production Staff "Best Foot Forward' 2g Tiger Staff 4: Annual Staff, Club Editor and Typist 4, Talent Night I, 2, 3: Annual Christmas Program I, 2, 3, 4. I3 vi f+'h,f,, 1 . ,gxql I 3, S' eniorfi LOCHIE FAYE HART "TUBBO" CLASSICAL COURSE Tiger staff 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Kentucky Girls'State 3, G1eeC1ub r, 2, 3, 4, MixedChorus 2, 3, 4, "Best Foot Forward" 2, "Meet Me In St. Louis" 3, "Showboat" I, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, Band '45-'50, State Music Festival r, 2, 3, Band Clinic 2, Vocal Clinic 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, FHA I, Masquersz, 3, Regional Music Festivalr, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Regional Speech Festival 2, GAA Ig State Press Association 3, Girls' Track Team I, Typist for Li- brary Staff and Club 4, Talent Night r, 2, 3, Annual Staff, Literary Editor and Testatrix, Annual Christmas Program I, 2, 3, 4. GENE WELLS "BRUSER" SCIENTIFIC COURSE Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Junior Varsity Football Ig Band '44-'48, Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice- President 4: Junior Sportsman Club 2, Library Club 3. THOMAS HOPKINS "HOPPY" SCIENTIFIC COURSE Band '43-'51, Annual Staff 4, Mixed Chorus I, 3, 4, A Cappella r, 3, 4, Regional Music Festival I, 3, 4, French Club 3, President French Club 3, Latin Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Sportsman Club x, 2, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Vocal Clinic 3, 4, BandC1ir1ic 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, "Showboat" 3. 14 .np--7 .F -, eniorfi CAROLYN MELUGIN "MEATSKINS" COMMERCIAL COURSE Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice President 4, FHA Ig Masquers 2, GAA 1, "Best Foot Forward" 2, "Showboat" I, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, State Music Festivall, 2,Clarinet Quartet 2, Band '46-'51, Girls' State 3, Pep Band 3, 4, French Club 3, Regional Music Fes- tival I, 2, 3, 4,Represenrative PTA Workshop 4, Girls'Track team Ig Annual Staff, Assistant Advertising Manager 4, Band Librarian 4. KATIE LUCILLE WEATHERLY "KAY" COMMERCIAL COURSE Junior High Cheerleader I, High SchoolCheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Girls' Track Team r, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Mixed Chorus r, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Quartet 2, 3, 4, Girls' Trio 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio 2, Girls' Sextet 3, Vocal Clinic 2, 3, 4, Regional Music Festival x, 2, 3, 4, State Music Festival 1, 2, 3, Annual Christmas Program I, 2, 3, 4, House Manager "Best Foot Forward" 2, "Meet Me ln St. Louis" 3, FHA I, 2, 4, Song Leader 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Pep Squad Leader 2, GAA Ig Masquers 2, 3, Talent Night I, 2, 3, "Showboat" r, 3, Football Queen 4, French Club 3, Annual Staff, Sophomore Editor 4. BOBBY GENE DOWDY "DANBY" SCIENTIFIC COURSE Freshman Football Ig Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Freshman Basketball I3 Varsity Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Track 3, Junior Sportsman Club 2. 15 F 5 eniord SUE JONES "SUZlE" COMMERCIAL COURSE FHA I, 2, GAA I, Freshman Girls' Track Team Ig Glee Club l, 2, Masquers 2, Production Staff, "Best Foot Forward" 2, Pep Squad 2, French Club 3, 4, Annual Staff, Typist 4, Annual Christmas Program 1, 2. BOBBY FOY "FAI-'A" SCIENTIFIC COURSE Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball r, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Song Leader 4, Band 1, 2, Junior Sportsman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4, Secretary 4. NANCY WEAR "BROOKSlE" CLASSICAL COURSE 'rn-Hi-Y 3, 4, FHA r, Masquers 2, GAA lg Girls' Track Team 1, Band '46-'51, "Best Foot Forward" 2, "Showboat l, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, State Music Contest 2, 3, Clarinet Quartet 3, Band Secretary and Treasurer 4, Girls' State 3, Pep Band 3, 4, French Club, Secretary 3, Regional Music Contest '46-'51, Annual Staff, His- torian, Debate Team 4, Latin Club 4, Tiger Staff 4, Vocal Clinic 3, 4, Band Clinic 3, 4, 'Meet Me In St. Louis", Publicity 3: Orchestra 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Annual Christmas Program I, 2, 3, 4, Office Worker 4. 16 oimsaff' - eniorri SUE PARKER "ANGIE" VOCATIONAL COURSE Sextet 3, 4, Triple Trio 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir x, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Quartet 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Squad lg FHA 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4, Latin Club 4, "Showboat" 1, 3, Band Ig State Music Festival 1, 2, 3, Voca1Clinic 2, 3, 4,R6giOI1alMLlSiCFE,SIiV31I, 2, 3, 4,Nationa1 FHA Convention 4, FHA State Committee 4, Talent Night I, 2, Annual Staff, Fac- ulty Editor 4, Annual Christmas Program 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES DALE OUT LAND "J. D." SCIENTIFIC COURSE Latin Club 4, Refreshment Committee 4, Chapel Program 4, Halloween Carnival 4. ,.,0a6..,,.f. ' A-vu I 7 .ou-oddaya-Q4 fue WND xanga COMMERCIAL COURSE Junior HighSchoo1Cheer1eader r, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Sponsor 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, State Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Re- gional Music Festival 1, 2, 3, FHA I, 4, Miss Murray High School Attendant Ig French Club 3, Masquers 3, Annual Staff, Typist 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "Show- boat" I, 3, Production Crew "Best Foot Forward" 2, Production Crew "Meet Me ln St. Louis" 3, Talent Night r, 3, Girls' Track Team I,VocalClinic 2, 3, 4, Annual Christmas Program r, 2, 3, 4. 17 eniorfi IAMES GLASGOW "JIMMY" SCIENTIFIC COURSE Band I, 2, Jr. High Basketball I, Basketball QB-Teamj 2, Football 3, 4, Jr. Sports- man Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Track 3, Regional Music Fes- tival 1, 2, Hi-Y 4, State Music Festival I, 2. MODEAN PARKER MO-MO" SCIENTIFIC COURSE Hazel High School, FHA I, 2, 3, Hazel Highlights 2, Negro Minstrel I, Glee Club 2, 3, Thespians Club 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Variety Show I, 2, Entered Murray High 4. RONALD JONES "SPEEDY" . SCIENTIFIC COURSE Chapel Program 4, Class Committee 4, Holiday Helpers 3, Halloween Construction Crew 4. 18 eniom GLENDA KIRKLAND "TOOTHPlCK" COMMERCIAL COURSE Grove High Schoolg FHA I, 2g Biology Club 2gPep Squad 2g Speech Club lg Entered Murray High Schoolg FHA 33 Glee Club 4. MASON EVANS "SEAMAN" SCIENTIFIC COURSE School Boy Patrol lg Library Club 3, 4g Football Manager 4g Basketball Manager 4. 1 Q " ., . X Wm 'vbX,V,JL- Z3 .Aga cs. 3501 S 0 l . F, , ' . A v KQV Iblkijfkjkixb , 4, , J A Q, x A , - ,Af , L F, for at 4 "Q HVQCL ' ' y E -'h,MARTHA QARKER' ' ' ' " - 74 "MOP" L- ,gn E , -' ' cLAss1cAL COURSE we W ,4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g French Club 3, 43 FHA 4. ' F l 4- , ,CQ 19 f I eniord MARTHA BLAND "MICKEY" COMMERCIAL COURSE GAA Ig French Club 3, 4, Girls' Track Team I. nf Mfiflgfffwi J A M WL 1 My PEGGY ROWLAND I ,Q 0' '-PEG" COMMERCIAL COURSE Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio 2, 3, "Showboat" 1, 3, Annual Christmas Program 2, 3, 4, Regional Music Festival 2, 3, 4, State Music Festival3, ProductionCrew "Night ofjanuary Io", "Meet Me InSt. Louis", Pep Squad 2, Masquers I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, FHA Ig Tiger Staff I, 4, Vocal Clinic 4, French Club 3. BETTY HUTSON "HUT" CLASSICAL COURSE FHA 1, Girls' TrackTeam lg GAA Ig I-lalloweenCarnival Queen 2, "Showboat" I, 3, Masquers 2, 3, Stage Manager "Meet Me In St. Louis" 3, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus i, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Clinic 2, 3, 4, State Music Festival I, 2, 3, Regional Music Festival I, 2,3,Tri-Hi-Y3,4,Accompanist 4, Tiger Staff 3, Football Queen Attendant 4, French Club 3, 4. Z0 eniom MARY BUCHANAN "POSS" COMMERCIAL COURSE Girls' Track Team Ig French Club 35 FHA 4, GAA lg Office Worker 1. LATRICIA TRAVIS "TRlSHA" COMMERCIAL COURSE Majorette 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff, Snapshot Editor, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Masquers 2, French Club 3g "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay", Production Staff ig Glee Club 1, 3, 4g Talent Night 1, 3g Christmas Program 1, 2, 4, Girls' Track Team I. r' ZETTA ANN YATES "KlDDIE TIME" CLASSICAL COURSE Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, State Youth Convention, Press 3, Office Worker I, 2, French Club 3, Latin Club 43 Glee Club 3, Masquers 2, 3g "Best Foot Forward" 25 "Meet Me In St. Louis" 3, "Showboat" 35 Speech Contest I, 2, 33 State Speech Contest lg GAA I, 2g Talent Night 1, 2, 3, Annual Christmas Program 3. 21 eniorzi GENEVA ALLISON "NEvA" COMMERCIAL COURSE Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band '46-'51, French Club 3, Regional Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, State Music Contest 2, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, GAA lg Annual Staff, Art Editor "Showboat" Production Staff 3g Girls' Track Team I. SHIRLEY HENRY " HEN" COMMERCIAL COURSE Camp Lejeune, N.C., Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Assistant Manager Girls' Basketball 3, Murray High, Tiger staff 45 Tri-Hi-Y 4, Mixed Chorus 45 Glee Club 4. WANDA VANCE "WlNDY" COMMERCIAL COURSE GAA rp French Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Girls' Track Team 1. 22 eniom LA TETIA ZANN PATTON "RED" COMMERCIAL COURSE Band I, 2, 3g FHA I, 2, District Speech Contest 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3: Cheer- leader 3, 4, Masquers 2, 3, French Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g "Meet Me In St. Louis" 3, State Speech Contest 3g Stage Crew "Best Foot Forward", Talent Night 2, 3, Dis- trict Music Contest I, 2, 3, State Music Contest 2, Debate Club 4. CHARLES HARDIN SKAGGS "CHARLIE" CLASSICAL COURSE 3, 4, "Showboat" 3, French Club 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Music Clinic 4g State Music Festival 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Regional Music Festival Conservation Club 3, Annual Christmas Program 3, 4. PATSY ROBERTSON "PAT" HOME ECONOMICS 4-H Club lg FHA 1, 216186 Club r, 2, 3. Z3 -"Nr ' eniom ANNE FENTON "ANNlE" CLASSICAL COURSE "Showboat" I, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Regional MusicContest I, 2, 3, 4, State Music Contest I, 2, 3, Band '48-'51,Production Staff"Meet Me ln St. Louis" 3, "Showboat" Production Staff 3, Vocal Clinic 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Pep Band 3, 4, Vice President Latin Club 4, French Club 3, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Office Helper 2, Christmas Program I, 2, 3, 4. BILLY OUTLAND "BILL" ' SCIENTIFIC cotmss Junior Sportsman Club Ig Basketball I. WILLIAM THOMAS PARKER "WORM" SCIENTIFIC COURSE Junior High Football 1, Band Clinic 1, 3, Vocal Clinic 2, 3, 4:Bar1d '43"49: Var' sity Football 2, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Track 3, 4: Jur1i0rSP0ffS- mar, Club r, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Pep Band 1, 3: "Sh0wb0ar" It 3, A Cappella Choir r, 2, 3, 4, Regional Music Festival I. 2, 3, 4, State Music Festival 2, 3, Mixed Quartet 4, Annual staff, Assistant Sports Editor 4. Z4 eniom LETHA ANN LYONS "LEAKY" HOME ECONOMICS Majorette '47--51: Junior High Cheerleader I, Class Treasurer I, Glee Club i, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3,4, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3,4, Triple Trio 2, Girls' Quartet 2, Girls' Trio 3,4, Sextct 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 4, FHA i,3, Masquers 2, French Club 3, Production Staff "Best Foot Forward" 2, Vocal Clinic 3, 4, Showboat 3, Regional Music Festival l,2,3,4, State Music Festival I,2,3,4, Office Worker, Annual Staff Assistant, Business Manager 4, GAA lg Band Sponsor 4, Talent Night 1, Annual Christmas Program I,2,3,4, Production Staff "Meet Me In St. Louis. " MYRTLE DUNN "MYRT" COMMERCIAL COURSE Transferredfrom Mayfield High School the last Semester. FHA i,2, 3, Vivache Club 2, Li- brary Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3,Mixed Chorus iq., 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Office Staff 2,3g "Paul Splits I cv' The Atom" 3, "Bright Idea" 3, Entered Murray High School, Glee Club 4, Mixed Chorus 4. -0, FRIEDA IONES "FRIEDA" CLASSICAL COURSE Tiger Staff 3, French Club 3,4. IENNE LOU JELLISON "IELLY" CLASSICAL COURSE Glee Club I,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 3, Latin Club 4, French Club 3, Band '47-'51, Showboat 1, 3, "Meet Me In St. Louis" 3,'RCglOll8I Speech Festival 3, State Speech Festival 3, Regional Music Festival l,2, 3,4, State Music Festival 1, Tiger Staff 2, 3,4, Exchange Editor 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, FHA lg Debate Team 4, Annual Staff, Prophetess 4, Dramatics Club I,2, 3. Z5 Jin BOBBY JOE THORNTON Qlffl OP? ,v iii III Ill If. The senior class of '51 humbly dedicates this page to the memory of Bobby .Toe Thornton who died Sept. 5, 1950 on the battlefield of Korea. Bobby Joe gave his life that "the world might be made safe for democracy." ollddf an ldlanleflt of ff. 1951 .Sardar add We, the senior class of '51 being of fairly sound body and mind- -some,, of course, being like the Venus de-Milo Knot quite all therel--do hereby publish our last will and testament. We leave these hallowed halls-- "Bored of Education"--butwith highaspirations to go on to greater things, gaining the knowledge of the world around us. To MR.CARTER and MR. MOSER we leave deep admiration and respect. To OUR SPONSOR--"BIG LOCHIE"we leave our undying gratitude and fond memories. To the FACULTY we leave our loyal devotion. To MR. BOGGESS we leave our favorite hangouts. To the JUNIOR CLASS we say--Bye now! We leave it to you. To the SOPHOMORE CLASS we leave the willingness to attain "Senior- dom." To the FRESHMAN C LASS we leave our old motto- - "Green, butGrowing. " Each individual bequeaths the following: I, CAROLYN MELUGIN, leave my nickname uBiI'Cll6gS" to BETTE- CAROLE COTHAM. l, JIMMY 'BONESN JONES, leave my little book to DAN MARINE. I, NANCY WEAR, leave my cute ways and tiny steps to LORETTA SEA- FORD. I, BOBBY FOY, leave my mentalability in the Chem. lab to MR.SHULTZ the explodes more than I do., I JENNE LOU JELLISON, leave my ability to "hold" class presidents to ROSENNE DOWDY. I, ZANN PATTON, leave my vim, vigor, and vitality to CAROL SEARFOS. 1, PEGGY ROWLAND, leave my fabulous height 160 inchesl to ALEGRA JONES. I, SHIRLEY HENRY, leave my shy look to DERALD LOCKHEART. I, MARTHA BLAND, leave my vigorous voice to CLARA ANN WILSON. I, KAY WEATHERLY, leave my urah, rah," to be a Kay Ray. FREIDA JONES, leave MR. HOLLAND in peace. , GENE WELLS, leave my speed on the grid-iron, technique with fast women, and love for Lord Byron to WILL MAC JONES. I JAMES DALE OUTLAND, leave my removable front teeth to MR. MOSER--just in case. I GENE COHOON, leave my radio to anyone who likes to listen to my favorite program--"Kiddie Time." I, ZETTA ANN YATES, leave all my removable articles to those who need them most. I, MASON EVANS, leave my Curly hair to MR. CAVITT--he needs it. I, MARTHA PARKER, leave my luscious and enticing figure to IMOGENE MARINE. 1 I. I D I Z7 WE, BETTY SUE HUTSON AND BUDDY BUCKINGHAM, leave together. I, WANDA CABLE, leave with two rings on my finger and ONE man on my arm. I, CHARLES SKAGGS, leave my picture to all my ardent admirers. WE, CHARLIE MARR AND BILL PARKER, leave this word with all the students: "lf you don't want to be a brain, No need to put yourself in strain. Just relax and be in good cheer, We'l1 see you all again next year." I, BILLY OUT LAND, leave my strong, stout physique to JIMMY BOONE. I, JAMES GLASGOW, leave my handsome face to JOE PAT PHILLIPS. I, GENE HENDON, leave my brilliant record and wonderful character as an incentive for all those who wish to learn. I, SUE PARKER, leave my many extra pounds to GLENN BILLINGTON. I ANNE FENTON, leave, as an inspiration to all, my grades carved in the petrified rocks of time. I, GENEVA ALLISON, leave my 13 bottles of peroxide to JANE PERRY-- she always wanted blond hair. I THOMAS LEE HOPKINS, leave my book of "The Outlaw" to MRS. CARTER--she just loves unusual literature. I, RONALD JONES, leave my cave-man tactics to EDWARD OVERBY. I BOBBY GENE DOWDY, leave my curly red hair to "WAHOO" HERN- DON. I, SUE JONES, leave singing "Don't Cry Joe." I, MODEAN PARKER, leave my chewirg gum to anyone who likes ABC gum fAlready Been Chewed.l I, WILLIAM PARKER, leave my swoony voice to JAMES MASON CHURCHILL. He adores thrilling the girls. I, ANN PERRY, leave my wrestling and boxing ability to anyone who goes with a "Big Man." I, LETHA LYONS, leave my incessant laughing to TEDDY LASH--who is always so cheerful. I, MARY BUCHANAN, leave my waist line to JUNIOR CHILDRESS. I, PATSY ROBERTSON, leave my innocent face to WILL D. THORNTON. I, LATRICIA TRAVIS, leave on the road to Benton- I WANDA VANCE, leave, taking everything with me as I will need it later--much later. I, MYRTLE DUNN, leave doing what I've already "dunn. " I GLENDA KIRKLAND, leave, still using the "Ferguson System." 1 I, LOCHIE FAYE HART, leave my will-writing ability willingly to any- I I D one who will willingly write the will. LOC HIE FAYE HART Testatrix Z8 .JL-Aalorg Wayback in 1947 there entered Murray High School,-the most talented and promising green freshmen ever to cross the thres- hold of MHS. For our class of 51 students had the fighting spirit and Miss Mary Roberts and Miss I..ala Cain, sponsors, and Mary Frances Williams, president, we fought our way victoriously through our first year. We came back in'48 a year older and a year wiser. Our num- ber was increased to 55 even though we lost Maxine Crass and Joan Miles who chose matrimony in place of schooling. Dona Wainscott, who transferred to the Training School. Leslie Dyson who moved back to Paducah, and Bobby Thornton joined the Army. But to cover our loss we gained some truly great students, Paul Blanken- Ship from Bradford, Tenn., Jack Greenfield from Ohio, and Patsy Robertson from Ark. We were guided this year by Mrs. George Hart, and Paul Blankenship, president. In '49 we were at last upper classmen and were on the road to success. We hated to lose Charlene Hatchett and Dallas Conyers moved to Paducah, Janot Smith,moved to Decatur, Jack Greenfield moved back to Ohio, and Noble Knight went to work. But we re- ceived some great kids to climb a little higher with us. They were Glenda Kirkland, from Paris, Tenn.g Will Ed Travis, transferred from the Training School, Jean Emerine, from Benton, James Roberts from Phoenix, Ariz. , and Charles Skaggs and Larry Washer from Hardin. We sponsored a "work day" to raise money for the traditional Junior-Senior Banquet, which with the help of our sponsor, Mrs. Hart, we carried out in grand southern style at the Woman's Club House. We elected Paul Blankenship president. On September 6, 1950, the 44 seniors whocompose the 1951 class entered Murray High to climb the last rung of high school days. We were saddened by the loss of some of our dearestfriends, Mary Frances Williams, who transferred to Virginia Intermont College, Paul Blankenship who moved to Jackson, Tenn.g James Roberts,who finished school in the summer, Lida Waldrop Darnell, who moved to Detroitg Charlie Marr, who went to work, David Outland, who went to the Navy, Latricia Stokes Travis, who went to Texas to join her husbandg Sue MCC uistonwho moved to Detroit. But those whojoined us for our last victory were welcomedwhole- heartedly. They being Myrtle Ross Dunn who transferred from Mayfield, and Shirley Henry from Jackson, N. C. Sorne of the highlights of the year were successful Halloween Carnival, arrival of our rings, monthly parties, senior play, and our wonderful five day trip to New Orleans and Biloxi. Mrs. George Hart was again elected sponsor.She had beenwith us through tears of joy and sadness. We felt she was the only one right for our last battle. Gene Hendon was chosen president and editor of the annual. Now we are saying farewell to our Alma Mater which has been our home for these glorious past four years, and the faculty who has tried hard to place us on the right road for life. It is our sin- cere wish that MurrayHighwill be as proud of the '51 class as we are of Murray High. NANCY WEAR Historian 29 Hola ec? The MHS cafeteria is lighted ilp bright, People are wondering what's going on tonight, It's the reunion of the class of '51, And the meeting has just begun. fBy the way, do you remember when there was just a cafeteria and that was all? But it wasn't that way long because they voted on the school bond in the fall. And do you remember how it passed? We were all mighty happy because it meant we had a grade school at last. Well, it's been built now for many a year and I guess our children appreciate it now that they're here.D Getting back tothe reunion, Gene Hendon, once president of the senior class, Finally has reassembled this mass, I see everything is about to start, Sol guess that is where I must part. The next voice you hear will be that of .Timmy Jones. He was secretary in'5l and, by the way, we still call him "Bones." BONES JONES--I'll call the name ofeveryone, so stand up and tell what you've done. First name is Parker, alright, let's go, What do you have to say, Billy Joe? BILLY JOE PARKER--I've been on the radio, I'd like to boast and on WNBS, they've heard me from coast to coast. GENEVA ALLISON--I had many a beau as you will know, but I couldn't make up my mind, so I told 'ern all "no. " MARTHA BLAND--I've got a husband, it's number three, he's locked in a closet and I have the key. BETTY SUE HUTSON--Life to me has always been sweet, I guess it's all because of Pete. FRIEDA JONES--My main ambition was to be a preacher,butIended up being a teacher. JIMMY JONES--I went up north to have a career, butlwound up selling Schlitz. Beer. RONALD JONES--In high school, my friends called me "Speedy," but I went to prison because I was greedy- BILLY OUTLAND--I always Wanted to be a basketball star,but I finally wound up selling used cars. SUE JONES--You all know, I didn't marry Joe, and now I'm feeling mighty low. GLENDA KIRKLAND--In school, people thought me an awful bore,but now I have a husband, number four. LETHA LYONS--A reunion is such a pleasant thing, for old times sake I think I'll sing. CHARLIE MARR--I've traveled east, I've traveled west, but I traveled south cause that's the best. CAROLYN MELUGIN--1 'm mighty glad fobe here and get to say "Howdy, " cause I'm yours very truly, Mrs. Red Dowdy. JAMES DALE OUTLAND--I've traveled the world far and wide, but I never found myself a bride. ZANN PATTON--My beautiful red hair has turned to gray, since I said "yes" to Bobby that day. 30 MARY FRANCES BUCHANAN--Some girls like lots of men, butfor me there's just one 'Little Wren." PETE BUCKINGHAM--Girls in my life have been mighty few. After twenty years its still Betty Sue. WANDA CABLE--All these years Vvebeenhappyas Mrs. Joe Cable, and raising our twins, Cain and Able. GENE COHOON--Remember how for class lwas usually late? Well,now I'm running for the president of the United States. BOBBY GENE DOWDY--My friends still call me "Red," butCaz-olyn calls me when its time to be fed. , MASON EVANS--I painteda portrait' of the president's wife,I was lucky I didn't get life. ANN FENTON--I traveled abroad and saw many strange places,but it's good to be back and see your friendly faces. BOBBY FOY--In chemistry they said I could discover,butZannthought of me only as a lover. JAMES GLASGOW--All of my lifeI've been abrain. Now I'rn in Hoptown, they say l'm quite insane. I LOCHIE FAY HART--Well folks, I'm Wil1y's wife, but I still write the script of "Portia Faces Life." GENE HENDON--I've been so busy making money, it's good to be home acting funny. SHIRLEY HENRY--To marry Emory was my ambition, and a few years later we had an addition, THOMAS LEE HOPKINS--My very fine voice you've possibly heard. I'm now the Radion Mocking bird. MARTHA PARKER--I left Murray in state of glee because fifty boys were trying to date me. MODEAN PARKER--My commercial course has led me to fame, I am now typing for the king of Spain. SUE PARKER--Inow live in a Southern State, just roaming around hunt- ing a mate. WILLIAM T. PARKER--I took over my father's place and am now solving a mysterious murder case. ANN PERRY--As you know, I was smart as smart could be, ljust tricked Harry into marrying me. PATSY ROBERTSON --My shorthand lesson hasn't taught me a thing except on which finger to wear that ring. PEGGY ROWLAND--A nurse I've always wanted to be, now lam for Dough and our three. CHARLIE SKAGGS--My main ambition was to be a bull fighter, butl wound up being a very good writer. LATRICIA TRAVIS--I'm still living in Benton and am happily wed. We had six children just like Jimmie said. WANDA VANCE--Well, my name is still Wanda Vance, just because I was a smarty pants. TOMMY WALTON--I've been in Sing Sing for a couple of years, and now that l'rn back, they're all in tears. 31 1 . VT r 5 . maxi r. -I NANCY WEAR--I went to college and got a degree. .Tust a MMRSN suited me. KAY RAY--It's now twenty years since I become Mrs. Ray, Never a moment have I regretted that day. GENE WELLS--You know my father was an electrician. I changed things a bit, and became a beautician. ZETTA ANN YATES--Instead of being on "Kiddie Time." I'm now the proud mother of nine. This brings to a close the class reunion of '51 And you've heard what all we have done, That is except for me-- You see I live a very peaceful life, just being Dr. Boone's adoring wiie. 32 ,I L1 1 Ch f 44 n Q ,gAK-, K ', .Ji-,411 3 . 6- Q' M .,f., 1 ,f N .i . x I, S 1 A1 I 'il' V v Q . s .fa ' - - Q X . . 1 vi' , K 1-aiu-uh... - - . O Q '1 " Q L 3 .. ji kggf ,lAvA,K It . 'QA ESI. NX 5 A A, ' . 'Hu 0 H In In ffl . , , ir' ' ' ' g it Vs.. 1: jpfa l. Walton 13 Henry Parker, W Z. Parker 14 PQrkland Parker, B 3. Rowdand 15 Jones, J Travis 4. Hutson 16 Hart Rover 5. Jelhson 17 Fenton Jones, F 6. Perry 18 Wells Debutantes 7. Foy 19 1Near Jones, R 8. hdelugin Z0 Iiendon Iiopkins 9. Glasgow Zl Allison Cable 10. Lyons 22 Dowdy Yates 11. XNeather1y Z3 Buchanan Skaggs . Evans 33 yu' N W f I tfvl'-.La 0 gifs -. BEST LOOKING Zetta Ann Yates and William Parker MOST POPULAR Kay Weatherly and Jimmy Jones 34 I. BEST ALL-AROUND Lochie Faye Hart and Gene Hendon sxh n 5 s ff' James Howard Boone Harold Tolley Buddy Shackelford Ann Rhodes President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Norma Atkins Bill Aden Rachel Blalock Glenn Billington s 3155:- n?'1 S 'C' Wanda Duiguid . Terrell Clark Nelle Futrell Don Fuqua Sara Calhoun Jerry Carson Bette Carole Cotham James Mason Churchill J uniom ,,..ff Patricia Futrell Nelson Garrison Jane Geurin Gerald Grogan Mary Alice Hopkins A va' f' Bobby Hays Joann Love Gene Johnson 'tl Ann Outland Gerald Hughes McCord - Sue Outland Julian Mayer, Jr. C UFLLOPJ xg -K' 'fl 'O' xx' ' v v" -- X 1 . a ,Q 05 .,, . '-H on kg , C3 x f 2 ,, Q l 'X Y' le. X Imogene Marine Will Mac Jones Gloria Dean Moss Teddy Lash L ,I-2 Jane Perry William McKeel Nancy Samrnons Edward Overbey Loretta Seaford Bill Rumfelt Carol Searfos Frankie Shroat - I J V :Y . Q A as H' Q . Barbara Warren I -A , " -I'-"P, A :fl 5 Kenneth.Srnith qc? -A W . Betty Wiggins s "TV H Q fy I W' A A X John Sprunger 1 I W 1 E Arkkr Al' A , Xp, , Q w Buddy Vance 'W' ji Q, 'bw L, . -5 John Warner Q, . A. i K as ' Joe Wilson X-f ffl '37 W W QP, V Frank Wilson K K t V - K '1 413 ' lr 12, , A-N S ,, , 1 U G' E' U Q' fx ,ff 3 .Terry Lavender Kr '4' --4 Dan Marine ' ' I P Fred whime-11 K w ggi fm. W lfll'll0l"If fi.-. 3-we-3 37 b . E' J J, ,W- -f, .541-,L 'vwlv Q? Z :jg 1 V ig gg- mar .sit 1 355. -lf H X ?'x 2. ' X' L Fail ,,. Q .. 3 LZ- vf, Q . .- 1 Q 1 .- 4 . , 2 lg T Q - f ' g it Q J get ,TL ' T . '7 X X s . Joe Dyer S ,,,A.. , 1 Russell Curd PRESIDENT 3 .A TREASURER . f- f- Tommy Doran Bill Sledd VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY ' ,jf 1 . .- ref N '52 yeas, Q C kg . . N 45,5 L , F is E- F 'K i, 'ev in L x Sue Waldrop Jerry King Mary Weatherly- William Jeffery fl Q rs 55:- Vet If L 1 .fgl 5 J ' Allegra Jones Herchell Robertson Donna Fay Knight Preston .Tewell NL ,Q 5 tl Sandra Glasgow Eugene Bushart Frances Rai1'1S Frank Allen Pool ..., Lge! Betty Outland Will D. Thornton Billie Cole Gary Lewis xml 'WB . Betty Ann Nix Billy Gene Carson Dortha Bushart ' Sam Bell lla Fay Hurt Bobby Starks Arnold Watson Tommy Carol i . Q alia' my ,ucv V- 5,-11" g 2 ' 2 ffl Ii T: 1+ Q K "ing J' . Ali: ..,. s i - - '4 - Q i 31- 'TT' , J' z.,-ff .,.-, - -- .Q ijt-'A ""f1'ffg+ T' ' 'L fi 35? ' , 45" s R-'V ,Lila +31 f-3:32, , :T V ,Q 1- 57 f. i x- A f Q, A ' fi 324327 A 'e ' 33. '3 - if .1 ffm-. Frances Farmer Bob Neale Patsy Rowland William Bernard Tabers v'd"',1' ' ' E Auf. ' dx - 4 'I+-:Z T 9 J- . Q., -1- 5 n Patsy King Sonny Graham Betty Lou Mayer Charles Whitnell ,F I' "' E' s Y 5 Q - - We-Q 3' 3 x iw I -fix. 'S..,2ff' Pi ' wav' -Q f , I .Terry Overcast Joe McPhearson Donald Dowdy Junior Childress A 'Alt ffl Kenneth Workman Doug Wearren Billy Steel Leona rd Kik Glinn Walton William Gibson Charles Mercer I ll! -'K 0 51 fi f' ff-I E Btu m1 ----...x x Jf I I '.-nz-Ji. a 5:- Qui' fi 'ei 'Qi' 'aa J ,hi , g if- t.. -- -an - P ' -Sf- . Q., jvg, V . . ' .L . . Leslie Holmes Ellis Arie Vance, Jr. Dortha Jean Parker Richard Charles President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Charles Chilcutt ,Vw f 1. 6 1-, uf" Bettie Blalock .V "' '- -. ' Biuy Gene Adams , A 1' M Betty Charles Bonduran i"i' W - ' ' , X qi 7- , Wx 4 yi lj' L .. e iff' X? i-rii J- L in . 4 A F" -A A . - . q E ' 4 Johnnie Wayne Stalls ,J V vjll Sue Cain t ,I ' Jimmie Smith U f ' '-Q Carolyn Caraway I h x- J C 'J -, 'F ' U ' - " i I al, ff' A T . Gene Paul Sammons si J 'J M Wytona Maddox ' Joe Rumfelt i " if A' Mary Helen Carson 6, -H if E D ' X. --.f B F ,Eg -4 X 2 'WX lm, -W , AH I .af - TJ -T . . 3, 4 ff ' . - Gene Williams -" "' ' Q: Evelyn Cole --9' '7 E , Ronnie Wheeler x X p I - : 'A Y' . Betty Sue Outland Ill 312 ,1 f 41 Theodore Leonard Vaughn Bronda Sue Lockhart Eugene Rickman Marilyn Murphy Q' AL Y N, f Ig, A- if H if' :fx w a ' l' ,A 3' Q ' .Q 0 Joe Pat Phillips Shirley Ann Lee Coy Phillips Moyce Key Roger Williams Mott Milie Ann Jones Frank Miller Nancy Cotham if jg .lg , 1 Y' , 4 ,. ' '13, 1 . I , , . H , 'A 'r m i5'i3"'iq .. A fc ,, ' . . l - I xv. fi sg , Q 3'F:.Q iff' 'S Bobby Lynn Key Rozene Dowdy Harry Furchess Suzanne Nix 5 -Q - A 1 -- an 4 , , 4522 :T ..,..,,..:.:,: :lf 5 Kvdhs 'T-A Mwhbm - ' L Blondie McClure N ,,,, Shirley Geurin Charles Lash Janet Jetton v! E L? .,.' va '1- xzl' i .2556 ' ,Ae-g',C'li'i , fi 1 r .W ' ww .W 3- ,, , 'lf I ,, , - . . - 'j ' -I' A l L .xr xg .eff 'VJ M N e j , - . . I 't A ' 1 x X Y Edward Ferguson ,Y Margaret Ann Tarry 2 Sammy Cras s gub- Bobby Herndon Barbara Watkins R. C. Jones Shirley Tornme 9 Mary Martha Street Q5 x ' .4 U- ' fi - f 1 'i w 4 will - . Cv Ht. 1 Bill Cornet Peggy Ann Stiles Glenn Edward Neale Jackie Smith F , r ,., g Vw 'v71. I SQ., . 1 1 ASE Ar . 1 e -'QQ V Z. .2 5 3: -.wi is 1, I 1 1 Ji Q' ! Q- il 'Q ...x K ' - -- of :six X- 1' haf l Al y Q I Max Canady Jo Ann Shell Bobby Buchanan Shirley Seaford if .A.' - A Q M ' .Q 1 : A . 'wilg 'L . f I ,. jg, . Tlx I D ,T 1? . ' D 43 K .af .:.m. ,F .. 1 -la u I ' 'W 'W X Qi. ..... .- 4 - Q Dale Charlton Betty Sue Lyons Buddy Denton Eloise Allison I fk gifaale gif A FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Jackson, Jane Shell, Doris Jewell, Patsy Buchanan, Bobbie Davis, Nancy Crider, Mary Gregory, Anita Rowland, Leah Dell Hopkins, Sandra Lancaster. SECOND ROW: Anna Jean Roberts, Carolyn Wil- limas, Donna Tuck, Beverly White, Clara Ann Wilson, Linda Tucker, Fidelia Austin, Lita Tucker, Joyce McCage, Shir- ley Cathey, Ruby Jones. THIRD ROW: Ann Barnett, Jane Baker, Frieda Davis, Brinda Garrison, Peggy Bynum, Larue McKinney, Nancy Parker, Ramona Cecil, Dollie Dean Peal, Griselda Elkins, Sue Henson. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Jetton, Margaret Atkins, Shirley Chiles, Patsy Shackelford, Betty Stalls, Barbara Howe, Emma Lou Hatcher, Jackie Shroat, Lois Robertson, Annette Ward. .WA Qmale Eiga FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Pat Canady, Roy Williams, Bill Wiggins, Bobby Nix Crawford, A. W. Simmons, Robert Kik, Donald Henry, Dale Alexander, Joe Farmer Orr. SECOND ROW: Bob Overby, Bob Billington, Jerry Roberts, Clem Collins, Gerald Fitts, Arthur Lee, Bob Street, Don Overby, THIRD ROW: Marshall Garland, L. D. Cathey, Bill Wyatt, Charles Collie, Robert James Overby, Derald Lockhart, David Adams, Billy Dale Outland. ' cl... ... . ..,,-..,. ., .. A, , we my -V , N v-....a...,..J- -MN , 1 44 LJ UV' 15515 'fxxlm 7fA giwwle gif 4 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda King, Janice Davis, Mary Beth Furchess, Theressa Overhy, Winoma Lewis, Lynda Faye Jackson, Norma Hart, Shirley Chilcutt, Carolyn Stokes, Joann Webb, Ima Ruth Walton. SECOND ROW: Loretta Tucker, Sara Lyons, Treava McKinney, Sandra Kyle, Jane Vaughn, Shirley Outlaud, Sandra Covington, Mary Evelyn Billington, Fanny Wyatt, Louise Jones. THIRD ROW: Judy Workman, Barbara Cloys, Judy Shoemaker, Chelcia Partin, Diane Williams, Jenny Sue Stubblefield, Peggy Shroat, Clara Shoemaker, Rosemary Jones, Janet Tracy. 7fA Q21 Q ZZ, FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Donald Swann, Edward Carroll, Jerry Maupin, Jimmy McCuiston, Bernard Causey, Dan Nix, Fred Wells, Larry Jetton, Max Farris, Ronald Talent, Bill Starks. SECOND ROW: Lee Taylor, Eddie Gass, Joe Emerine, Jim Ed McDaniel, Tommy Wells, Gordon Enix, Max McClure, Hugh Rushing, Phillip Rogers, Delbert Newsome, Joe Tarry, Jimmy Moyer, Ray Rumfelt. THIRD ROW: Larry Wilson, Jimmy Doran, Ted Billington, A. B. Crass, Jimmy Campbell, Donnie McCord, Robert Young, Wendell Rone, Roy Weatherly, Joe Lee Hadden, Stanley Outland, Larry Rhodes. 45 DUB RUSSELL Asst. Coach I' 1 I f.:.'.-,'f1.,w'!, ,L 1 .','..'f's.,,- 4 -' . ' " -i' J'-:'f'Q.. . N, 1 .:.' Q: . tg '.-- 1 0'-:".. .-':.',LL--'""""'---4-i. Fl a .3 I sxu' - . u ,, I 5 5,5 V. ..--ft HARON WEST Q x "N ' Asst. Coach C"-' ' Q"'s,-,.----" ""------ Q --7 .- . '-Jr 3 3 nw ' ' no , ,. , O . X- N q V -X' ., f 1 fx f X K , I V!!! 'Q 1 ' I W if Z: ..- g -ix"-I 1, -5 , 1 , fix' 5 X - N. .2335 L u R xl' G r .- -. ST- .. Q01- X 5 1 .2 X fw- X Q A X 2 1 1 if .. ' . -- hi Ul f ' .1'.1..1'1.,f ' ? 5"7i'zQf '7f1'- " 4 'f'f.lQ1f-' ' -- llfli -' 22?-'ttf 1' - .. - .- .-ws'-ia - -.j.-A5 t5,.',w,'-.,5,,,S, V . m ua :a.'v-1...- -.- , . . .,,..., ' 'V ' 'tn 1- , . 8:83 ill! IQQB llll h I 1 ll O r I v l ,O A: 7 if' -,Q 1 ,vm jdofgaff Squat FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Edward Overby, Bobby Dowdy, Gene Wells, Glenn Billington, Jimmy Jones, Bud Tolley, Jimmy Boone, Kenneth Smith, Gene Johnson. SECOND ROW: Will Mac Jones, Jerry King, Sam Bell, Joe Dyer, Jr. Childress, John Sprunger, Buddy Buckingham, William Parker, James Glasgow. THIRD ROW: Doug Wearren, Marshall Garland, Bobby Foy, Don Fuqua, Dan Marine, Billy McKeel, Gene cohoon, Buddy Shackleford, Frank Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Carson, IamesChurchi11, Arnold Watson, Joe Wilson, Charles Whitnell, Tommy Carrol, Bob Neale, Bill Sleed. FIFTH ROW: Preston Holland, Coach: W. P. Russell, Asst. Coach, Haron West, Asst. Coach, Gary Lewis, Mgr. 47 L- lll1'll'l'lCtI'g Things looked bad for the 1950 M. H.S. Tigers because of the loss of such boys as Glin Jeffery, Gene Cathey, Dwain Adams, and othersg but a group ofinexperienced boys started showing their claws. ln the first game a powerful Russellville team, who later won the conference, rolled over Murray 20-O. Then the Tigers traveled to Morganfield and defeated the Guer- illas 18-O. Next the Cardinals of Mayfield came to Murray and after a scoreless first half, beat out a Z5-0 victory over the Tigers. The following week the Tigers suffered a surprising 31-6 de- feat from the Bulldogs at Fulton. Hungry for a victory, the Tigers then returned home to win a hard-fought battle from Bowling Green 7-0. Traveling over to Madisonville the Tigers spoiled their Dad's night by setting the Maroons on their heels to the tune of 7-O. St. Francis of Owensboro next came to Tigertown and issued the Murray men a 14-O loss. When the Tigers went to Hopkinsville, even the rain, mud, and coldness couldn't stop them and Hoptown was beaten 14-0. Following the Hoptown game, the Murray Tigers and the Princeton Tigers played a 0-O tie at Murray. For the last game of the year, Thanksgiving, Murray avenged ayear earlierloss by beating the Paris Blue Devils Z0-0 at Paris. The season ended with 5 wins, 4 losses, and 1 tie. Individual awards for the year went to Jimmy Jones, Capt. , and Will Mac Jones, and Jimmy Boone Co-Capts. for '51. Other honors were Gene Wells, 2nd team, W.K.C.g Will Mac Jones, Znd team, W. K. C., and Honorable Mention All-Stateg Jimmy Boone, Honorable Mention All-Stateg and Jimmy Jones lst team W. K. C. and Honorable Mention, All-State. 48 Buddy Shackelford Back Bobby Foy End flmfdaf H Murray A Murray H Murray A. Murray H Murray A Murray H Murray A Murray H Murray A Murray 0 18 O 6 7 7 0 14 0 Z0 72 Gene John Wells Sprunger Tackle Tackle Frank Jerry Wilson King Back Back Russellville 20 Morganfield O Mayfield Z5 Fulton 31 Bowling Green 0 Madisonville O , St. Francis 14 I' Hopkinsville 0 Princeton O Paris Junior Childress Back 52 X. Edward Bobby Gene ' Jimmy Overby Dowdy Boone Guard Guard Center 49 aaffermen Doug Wearren Back Will Mac: Gene Jones C ohoon Back Back Jones Wilson Shackelford Boone 6 12 6 Z 6 ... 12 I 2 12 36 : 6 is Extra points Jones- 4 William . . . B d Parker Ind1v1dua1 Scormg Toney Back End ggg-,:. 2. f f .3 114 - Buddy Gene Jimmy Oury Glinn James Buckingham Johns on Jones Billington Glas gow Center Guard Guard Tackle End 50 CA QQPEGCJQPJ LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Weatherly, Sue Waldrop, Frankie Shroar, Zann Patton, Nancy Sammons. and 8l"5 MASON EV ANS GARRY LEWIS IV W -I -J I v unior 6AeerAacler.4 LEFT TO RIGHT: Shrrlcy Cathay, Rozene Dowdy, DOIll'ld Parker, Icuuc Sue Stublwlc- fxeld, Beverley White. H I joofgaf Qlleeflrf aa., MISS KAY WEATHERLY Queen MISS RACHEL BLALOCK Attendant MISS BETTY SUE HUTSON Attendant 3 E1 ahefha K 37nd 38 96 I BACK Row, LEFT TO R IGHT: Coach Holland, Gene Johnson, Marshal Garland, Bobby Foy, Don Fuqua, Bud Tolley Teddy Lash, Freddie Whitnell, Garry Lewis, Asst. Coach West, Mgr. Mason Evans. FRONT ROW: Billy McKeel, Wrll Mac Jones, Bobby Gene Dowdy, John Warner, Jerry King, Buddy Shackelford, Delber Childress, Ioe Dyer, Gene Cohoon 0-51 M, I-LS. 5 BASKETBALL 36 k' Sville 35 Holkirlsnkfort 50 H MurTaY , t n Tenn. 53 H Murray 43 Covlng Q 'Central 57 A Murray Mefnphlsisonville H Murray 54 Mi-Ienderson 53 H MurraY 42 Benton 57 H MurTaY 56 Mayffield 41 A Murray LE Fulton Murr-HY L1 - T nn- Q Murr-HY 57 Paihi, Gieen 49 H Murrayf 52 Bow 11-Jgbne Oak A Murrayf 26 no County 46 A Mllfray Trlcfgflayfield 1y,1uI'1'aY B IZ M'?fr1l2'YC42Tourr16Y ' Hende1'li?ghman 76 w . ' ' Mur1'aY 52 Bent0I1 , 61 Concflrd 7 H Mux-ra? 45 Union Clty 48 H Murrw 40 Fulton 4 A Murray A Murray 44 - Murray District Tour-neY Almo Murray 53 59 gaAAefdaff oaffermen 4 Yx Tedfw Lai www 'i Zinf- Billy McKee1 Center NT 3 W YQXVQ 111 A43 , rv Q C J jefcxgafg 11.51 rd 02705 Gene Johnson John Warne Forward Guard L Eid 11101163 Orward Bobby Dowdy Gene Cohoon Don Fuqua Guard Forward Center I unior fgcnfefdaff agyguacf BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Farmer Orr, L. D. Cathey, Red Overby, Billy Mott, Charles Collie, Jack McGraw, Billy Wyatt, Don Henry, Hal Houston. FRONT ROW: Ronnie Wheeler, Dale Charlton, Brent Adams, DickChar1es, Marshall Garland, Frank Miller, Joe Pat Phillips, Charles Walston, Harry Furches, Bobby Buchanan. goofgaff .gina FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Junior Vance, Holmes Ellis, Harry Furches, Jimmy Smith, Coy Phillips, R. C. Jones, Gene Williams, Teddy Vaughn. SECOND ROW: Hal Houston, Gene Paul Sammons, Max Canady, Bobby Herndon, Joe Pat Phillips, Wade Wearren, Charles Collie, Bill Wyatt. THIRD ROW: Bobby Buchanan, Red Overby, Billy Dale Outland, Donald Henry, David Adams, Ioe Farmer Orr, Lenoard Kik, Bob Billington. BACK ROW: Fred Saunders, Asst. Coach, Derald Lockhart, Dale Alexander, Dale Charlton, Glenn Neale. Ronnie Wheeler. Dick Charles. Haron West, Coach. ill ff m tim all U fr C11 X af! .-,-,,.i--,, ,.QJ - Q lm., il, Jntrrnatimml Iannnmm Sitting tilrllamh Srhnnl Znumalisrs vu 1 ' L-h'f.Rb' Wu! D I s . QUILL AND SCROLL INITIATION New members who were initiated are standing left to right: Jane Perry, Gene Cohoon, Anne Rhodes, Pat Futrelle, Nancy Wear, Gene Hendon. Charter members attending: Lochie Faye Hart qstanding, extreme lefty, William Smith, Betty June West, Mary Ann Underwood fseated third, fourth, and sixth respectively from lefty. Journalism members present, seated left to right are: Ann Perry, Bud Tolley, Buddy Buckingham, Imogene Marine, Betty Carole Cotham, Shirley Henry, Ienne Lou Jellison. Standing: Mrs. George Hart, Adviser, 56 ju' - i- M FIRST ROW: Letha Lyons, Sue Parker, Ann Perry, Carolyn Melugin, Zetta Yates, Betty Sue Hutson. SECOND ROW: Miss Wilma Lovins, Sponsor: Kay Weatherly, Anne Rhodes, Nancy Wear, Jenne Lou Jellison, Lochie Faye Nancy Sammons, Jane Perry, Pat Pu- Mrs. W. Z. Carter, Sponsor. THIRD Hart, trell, ROW: Peggy Rowland, Barbara Warren, Gloria Moss, Mary Sara Ruth Calhoun, Rachael Blalock, Alice Hopkins, Shirley Henry, Zann Patton. 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: Ann Perry, President.Carolyn Melugin, Vice-President Sue Parker, Secretary: Zetta Yates, Treasurer: Letha Lyons, Chaplin: and Betty Sue Hutson, Pianist. Mrs. W. Z. Carter and Miss Lovins are sponsors. FIRST ROW: Bobby Foy, Gene Wells, Mr. W. B. Moser, Sponsor: Buddy Buckingham, Jimmy Jones, Gene Cohoon. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Smith, Gene Hendon, John Sprunger, William Parker, Sam Bell, Will Mac Jones, Edward Over- by, Bobby Dowdy, Buddy Shackelford, Gerald McCord. THIRD ROW: Thomas Hopkins, James Mason Churchill, James Glasgow, Bud Tolley, Don Fuqua, Oury Glenn Billington, Jimmy Boone. ts.. The Hi-Y is a religious organization composed of boys in the upper thrcc class..-s ulio arc outstanding in moral qualities. The purpose of thc club is to create, niainiaui and extend, throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian char acter. The platform is composed of four planks: Clean Speech, Clean SPOl'liIlldllblll,' Clean Scholarship, and Clean Living. Membership is invitational. OFFICERS ARF Buddy Buckingham, President: Gene Wells, Vice-President: Jnntni Jones, Sct-rt-t.iri Gene Cohoon, Treasurer: and Bobby Foy, Song Leader. Mr. W. B, Moser is spun-or 57 FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. George Hart Sponsor Betty Carole Cotham Ann Perry Lochie Faye Hart Editor-in-chief: Joe Wilson, Assistant Editor Gerald McCord Ann Rhodes SECOND ROW Rachael Blaloek Sammy Crass, William Thomas Jeffrey, Jane Geutin PatFuu'el1 Jane Perry Kenneth Workman Jenne Lou Iellison THIRD ROW: Gene Hendon, Imogene Marine, Shirley Henry Nancy Wear Bud Tolley Tommy Doran ZJJJ4. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Alice Hopkins, Secretary: Sue Parker, Treasurer, Rachael Bla lock , Vice-President: Wanda Diuguid, President, Jane Geurin, Nancy Sammons, Sara Ruth Calhoun. SECOND ROW: Betty Outland, Patsy King, Margaret Ann Tarry, Billie June Huie, Millie Jones, Bronda Sue Lockhart, Betty Blalock, Mrs. Kelly Fitzgerald, Sponsor: Dortha Bushart, Mary Martha Street, Dortha Parker, Shirley Lee. THIRD ROW: Allegra Jones, Donna Fay Knight, Barbara Watkins, Ila Fay Hurt, Betty Bondurant, Frances Rains, Marilyn Murphy, Mary Helen Watters, Rozene Dow- dy, Janet Ietton, Shirley Seaford, Charlotte Donaldson. NOT PICTURED: WandaCab1e, Kay Weatherly, Latricia Stokes, Ozzie, cm :wg . xl x 's , X FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene Cohoon, Donna Knight, Bobby Foy. SECOND ROW: Evelyn Cole, Barbara Watkins, Marilyn Murphy, Mary Helen Waters, Mary Helen Carson, Betty Outland, Charles Chilcntr, Joe Rumfelt. THIRD ROW: Wayne Stalls, John Sprunger, Jimmie Boone, Jerry Don Lavender, Allegra Jones, Mrs. George Hart, Librarian. CLUB MEMBERS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PICTURE ARE: Lochie Fay Hart, Shirley Geurin, Mary Greggory, Frances Lee Farmer. The Library Club is an organization of student library assistants. The Lib- rary Club functions much inthe same manner as any other club in the school. A student must have ahigh scholastic standing to be eligible for membership. When a member completes one school year of work inthe library, he is given an award for outstanding service to the school, upon recommendation of the executive committee and sponsor. The officers, elected annually, are: Gene Cohoon, presidentg Donna Faye Knight, vice-president, Bobby Foy, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. George Hart, sponsor. Jafin FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Edward Overby, Bud Tolley, Frankie Shroat, Anne Fenton, Joan Love, Fred Whitnell. SECOND ROW: Bill Rumfelt, Wayane Stalls, Gerald McCord, Lochie Faye Hart, Sue Parker, Sue Ourland. THIRD ROW: Mrs. W. Z. Carter, Sponsorg Jenne Lou Iellison, Jimmy Boone, Pat Futrell, Thomas Lee Hopkins, Anne Rhodes, Gene Hendon. l I I flag Ow een, 'N-. fp! HIGH SCHOOL QUEEN Lcenter, wearing, cxowny Shmey Lee. ATTENDANTS mending, Xeix xo mxgnq, waxy Frances vieaxhexw, Rosernaxxj Bones, RacheX Blakack, Wanda Came, Be-Jetty White. QUEEN G R A D E . fCe SC H0 Bauey' Zin wearing OL wmher TENDAN crown! K - ffighq' P T5 def ' axle atsYBgi1ey U, Ann ggi? W9 " . A MMC eloarfmenf 46 '--.igti xo! it 'lxwih' ff' JERRY WILLIAMS . Director BAND FRONT ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: Latricia Travis, Jane Baker, Wanda Cable, Fidelia Austin, Letha Lyons, Patsy Buchanan, Beverly White, Majorettes. SECOND ROW: Thomas Hopkins, Bobby Nix Crawford, Ronald Talent, Leah Dell Hopkins, Tommy Doran. THIRD ' ' Rh d R nnie Ham ROW: A. W. Simmons, William Jeffery, Iantce Crawford, Charles Lash, Edward Fergerson. FOURTH ROW. Ann 0 es, 0 p- ton jimmy Doran, Jerry Buchanan, Louise Gregory. FIFTH ROW: Sarah Ruth Calhoun, Ann Perry, Ann Fenton, Pat Futrelle. SIXTH l M l 'n Jane Vau hn, ROW: Nano Wear, joe Lee l-ladden, Sandra Lancaster, Francis cohoon, Ann Barnett. SEVENTH ROW: Caro yn e ugi , g Y Betty Bondurant Betsy Howton, Emma Hatcher, Geneva Allison. EIGHTH ROW: Gene Hendon, Nancy Cotham, Wendell Rone, Annette k M'l1 Ward, Fred Wells. NINTH ROW: Gerald McCord, Ienne Lou Jellison, Bill Parker, Joe Tarry, Betty Cotham, Sam Crass, Fran 1 er. ,4 3 I arab ixecl C 'X ndra Glasgow, Pat Furrell, jane Lochie FlRST ROW1 loan Love, Sue Ourland, Geneva Allison, Carolyn Melugin, Nancy Wear, Sa Perry, Anne Rhodes. SECOND ROW: Wanda Cable, Betty Sue Hutson, Shirley Ioyce Chiles, lenne Lou Sellison, Fay Hart, Lerha Lyons. Tl'llkD ROW: Ann Fenton, Charles Skaggs, Loretta Seaford, Thomas Lee l-lopkins, Ann Perry, William Seffrey, Billy Rumfelr, Gene Hendon, Buddy Buckingham, William Thomas Parker, Sue Parker, Billy IoeParker, Buddy Denron, Shirley Henry. NOT NCTURED: Kay Weatherly. Fra L-LLi nces Lee Farmer, ee Cf A M, FIRST Row 3 10311 Love n Sue Outl and Geneva Allison Carol yn Melu in N Pat Flltrell 1 IRD Chiles e Perry A ' . Jenn I' Une R1-,od erta Seafordekgu Lelhson' Lochie FZ: SECOND Rowf L g an ' U err an, L ' alficia T . ' Cy We S P k efha Lyons. THIRD 3313. Betty Sue Hxtgosandla Glasgow . 1 Wanda Cab U. Shirle ' le Ann F Y Joyce . enron' Lor- IY Ben Y ' Ychatleg Bo ' ue 31' ef d , Fra n urant, Mary Francjsflgi Lee Farmer' Shule earherly. Shirley Gzukmy. Nor PICTURED K . I ay weather- A 62 1.1650 X Q . H.,, '? , L f f ' 4 s. -. 1 ,- , 0g5 Italie! LEFT TO RIGHT: Thomas Hopkins, Gene Hendon, William Jeffery, Wil- liam Parker. .Ll Q .Q- f -.4 'rf ir 5 Elo LEFT TO RIGHT: Joan Love, Kayweather- ly, Letha Lyons. 11' l l ff' WXQJ Qmffef William Parker, Kay Weatherly, Ann Perry, Gene Hendon, M ps, Sig? sfiwisf Qs N as 46 xw fe, 63 9 x V 4f 9 5 6 o f 4'4l Qs QW 0 Kvf' Ads and Snapshots urs bg MQ 3 f Q ' yd. N. ,. s . ,,.,. . srl' "'nlPl"D 2 1 -W 4,049 -. K X ' Vip! -1,',.. .. 2 Q 5 Af9 , . J R Q0 X 449 fs A ' Q 1 ,004 X :94sf0Jyi5P 480 o012z4 ,c , -, .,kA. A Ulxqrofqyd' to X 01,005.0 1 o 'l 9 WZSPQ WW, +r JS fi' A ' Di' 6' A X xx L rn my 'li' q.,.v 1-,,1 K 1hQ'4l K X ff 1 1. "Halloween Carniva1"Z. "Jimmy" 3. "Man's Best, Friend" 4. "Mamrny" 5. "Go1di1ocks" 6. "Acting her age17. "Head colc1"8. "Mr. 19, Mrs. " 9. "Big Wheel 10 "Private" 11. "Playmates" 12. "Two southern A -1: y 'N l ill' Lf gentlemen" 13. "C1ownS"14. "Smoker" 15. "Dark eyes" Pi "The call of the wild" 16. "Next year" 17. Say. 18. "All aboard" 19. "Gulc- sorne" Foursome 20. "Listen my children and you shall hear". "Where Good Friends Meet" RUDY'S RESTAURANT Air Conditioned "The Friendly Restaurant" Phone 46 Parker Seed Company Carload Buyers and Processors Hybrid Popcorn Phone-665-Phone South Second Street Murray, Kentucky Frazer, Melugin And Holton Insurance Agents Automobile-Fire-Casualty E Telephone 331 Murray, Ky. Gatlin Building "It Does Make A Difference Who Writes Your Insurance" EC ONOMY HARDWARE Compliments "Your Norge Dealer " Of Gifts HOLLAND DRUG C O. East Main Phone 575 MOLLY MARTIN SHOP "Gifts of Distinction" Across from the post office 202 South 4th AT Compliments Of The Varsitq And Capitol Theatres Frank Lancaster, Manager C ompliments of Hughes Paint And Wallpaper Company C ompliments Of SHROAT BROTHERS TOL.I..EY'S FOOD MARKET PARKER MOTORS Sales-Nash-Service Z4-Hr. Wrecker Service Phones Night 565-.T Day 373 Mclieel Equipment Companq Case Quality Farm Machines Distributors Goodrich Silvertown Tires Telephone 2.70 Murray, Kentucky SAM CALHQUN JONES CLEANERS i Plumbing At Your Service Electric Sales and Service Alfred Young Allan Poole PARKER'S FOOD MARKET "Lower Prices - Highest Quality " Courteous Service South Side Square cf" Q pc Ask Your Grocer For RANDOLPH SPEC IAL YUKON BEST LYNN GROVE BEST FLOUR Murraq WhoIesaIe Grocerq Co Distributor LUCAS LITTLETON S Shoe Shop J National Stores Corporation DRINK2ff50!' Sunburst Grade A-- Pasteurized Milk Murray, Kentucky RYAN MILK CO. Murray Consumers Coal And Ice Company Telephone 64 "Year Round Service " BUCK 'S BODY SHOP Compliments We specialize in Auto Painting Cf Also Simonizing and Waxing HENDON'S SERVICE STATION 900 Sycamore 200 North 4th Phone 82 777 Day Phone 1461 Night Phone "You Wreck 'Em---We Fix 'Em" C ompliments Of Western Kentucky Stages ,B -we 5, ,. U M MURRAY FASHION SHOPPE Q --."'f p - 2 H " The House of Fashion" . A .tfff Ethel Key Effie Watson 1 5 Phone 307 I I GRAHAM AND JACKSON Compliments Timely Clothes Of Arrow Shirts E. S. al Jarman Shoes Furniture C ompliments ' Of Galloway County Lumber Company North 401 Phone 72 Boone Cleaners LICENSED YOUR SANITONE FAMILY CLEANERS LAUNDRY Phone 233 and 234 South Side Square Bank Of Murray "The F riendly Bank " MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Deposits Guaranteed up to S 10,000 DALE AND STUBBLEFIELD THE REXALL STORE Sodas Kodaks Greeting Cards CALLOWAY MONUMENT COMPANY Lasting Memorials VESTER A. ORR Murray, Kentucky Manager Phone 85 Box 183 H. E. JENKINS Plumbing and Heating Contractor MASON'S SNACK SHACK Q Hot Point Appliance "Top Treats In Food' Winkler Stokers Furnaces South 4th Oil Burners Murray, Kentucky Telephone 498-.T Murray, Kentucky NOEL MELUGIN Phone 397 Owner NoeI's Service Station Seventh and Maple Complete One Stop Service J. I Hale Motor Sales CADILLAC ---- ---- O LDSM OBILE. 7th and Main ---- ---Phone 833 Murray Kentucky MILLER POPCORN 8: SEED CO. Wholesale Retail Popcorn and Quality Field Seeds East Main by Railroad Highway 94 Telephone 876 BLALOCKS GROCERY Compliments of Staple and Fancy Groceries PURDOM 'S INC. Fresh meats and Feeds Murray, Ky. Phone 375 "We service what we sell" C ompliments of Max B. Hurt I .L C om plim ents of Bells-Settle Company The J. H. Churchill Funeral Home RONALD W. CHURCHILL, Owner Phone 7 "Service since 1886" Phone 7 HELP -YOUR -SELF STORE ZOO East Main Phone 900 Owned and Operated Joe Carson Lawton Alexander Compliments .IOHNSON'S GROCERY of DEL-ROSE Phone 672 Murray, Ky. ICE CREAM Phone 751 Max H. Churchill Funeral Home "The Friendly Funeral Home" Superior Ambulance Service 311 North 4th sr. Murray, Ky- JOHNSON APPLIANCE CO. Compliments of "Your Frigidaire Dealer' FRIENDLY FINANCE INC . Murray, Ky. GARRISON'S WHITE WAY MARKET R1LEY's FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE 1409 West Main Phone 602 Kroehler Kelvinator Murray, Ky. Phone 587 Murray, Ky. PE OP LES BANK' Bank of Service and Security Member of F.D.I.C. Murray, Kentucky Corn- Au sti n "Where Men Trade" MURRAY PAINT AND WALLPAPER C O. Compliments Of THE LEDGER 8: TIMES Calloway C ounty's Daily Newspaper Job Printing Publishers Murray, Kentucky Compliments of BOATWRIGHT AND CO. WHOLESALE GROCER'S Murray, Kentucky Rq a n' s The Family Shoe Store FREED COTHAM Heating and Sheet Metal Phone 661 Murray, Kentucky Compliments of SHIRLEY FLORIST 500 N. Fourth Street Murray, Ky. Phone 188-J Compliments CHUCK'S MUSIC CENTER 'For better music everywhere." Phone 1458 Murray, Ky. LINDSEY 'S .TEWELERS Stores In Murray, Ky. and Mayfield, Ky. TRIANGLE SERVICE STATION 12th and Sycamore St. Phone 615 H.O. Winchester Buddy Humphreys Murray, Ky. Jones-Davis Trucks And Tractor Co., Inc Sales and Service Your International Harvester, dealer Trucks, Tractors, Refrigeration, and Dairy Supplies Benton Road Phone 63 Murray, Kentucky Wells Electric Phone 662 -W Electrical C ontracting General Repairs "We Specialize in Electric Heatn Nth 12th Murray, Kentucky Y 1 , . X .. -f , - I "E K gf. 3-.Q West Kentucky Automobrle Auctron Sale Every Monday at 10 o'c1ock Corner Chestnut and N. 12th St. Murray, Kentucky "The home of clean cars" Max Nance, owner and operator COLLEGE CLEANERS "Truly Fine Cleaning' Phone 430 1411 Olive St. Murray, Ky. Compliments DAY AND NITE LUNCH Lloyd and Fred Workman East Main St. Murray, Ky. CAMP 7 ? X 592 3-.- .ecaff 1' -1 vm, 'ff V Xi tx sl QE X 1 ' I It r Nm fl A . FK 13 I A f my N X M I'-I if Xa xij:'K. 6 'ffl M1 1 4 :Aix S Y M 1,7 M, ex t. . L ,b g lv -614418 O 3? 00 CALLOWAY CO. SOIL IMP. ASSN. "Serving 3000 Calloway County Homes" Seed-Feed-Fertilizer-Farm Supplies Home Appliances Phone 207 Murray, Ky. Compliments of AIRLENE GAS COMPANY 504 Main Murray, Kentucky WM. R. FURCI-IES Jeweler Elgin--Gruen--Watches Keepsake Diamonds Murray, Kentucky ROSS STANDARD STATION Phone 9125 1417 Main St. Murray, Ky. BOOSTERS Lester Nanny Urban Starks Main St. Motors Wayne Flora Mr. and Mrs. Carnie Hendon Compliments RED And WHITE SERVICE STATION Ethel Gas KD-XlMotor Oil FRANK HARGIS, Owner South Fourth Street Murray, Ky. Murraq Lu mber Company Phone 262 Compliments WATER'S GROCERY Of Groceries and Fresh Meat SUPERIOR LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS Murray, Ky. Phone 366 Phone 44 STOKES .TEFFERIE 'S TRACTOR and IMPLEMENT Co. Ferguson Tractors and Implements Box 1 Phone 1156 'Famous For Fabrics' Murray, Ky. ' MYERS AND CO INC TOPEKA KANSAS YEARBOQKS I l 1 n, 1 ri gi 3 L :gg , -.L Y fit 9 v. nfl. L- - .134 S45 '1Y'.f'f Tug 5-273 : gn 5? gr' .Q 55 'di ,H F2 v. 95 " 'H x Q , Q 1 nf' TH Si! 5 Y' 4 B I ' 4 3 2 ,1- H ' . 52 ff is 13 1 5, Y 1 I

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