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THE MAPLE TRAIL 



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PubLished by 
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CAMPBELLSVILLE COLLEGE 
CampbeLlsviLLe, Kentucky 



CampDellsville College 

LIBKARY 




GIRLS' DORM 



BOVS* OORM 





6VMNASIUM 



STUDENT INN 




DEDICATION 




To MISS BEULAH GRAHAM, Our Professor of 
Mathematics, Teacher, Student, and Friend, 
We, the Annual Staff of 1952, dedicate this issue 
of The Maple Trail in grateful appreciation of 
her untiring service. 



ADMINISTRATION 





The hope and prayer o 
administration of Campbell 
College becomes a reality 
those who study here go fo 
equipped to live more fully 
sacrificially before God and 




DR. JOHN M. CARTER 
President 






ADMINISTRATION 



ROY O. CHUMBLER, A.B., M.A. 
Dean and Registrar. Campbellsville 
College, 1948. 




MRS. ROY O. CHUMBLER 

Assistant Registrar. Campbellsville 
College, 1948. 



MRS. VIRGINIA DAUGHERTY 

Executive Secretary, Bookkeeper. 
Campbellsville College, 195 1. 



MRS. BEAUFORD PRICE 

Secretary to the President. 
Campbellsville College, 195 1. 










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FACUITV 



VELMA LEONE ADAMS, B.S., M.S. 

Commerce; Campbellsville College, 1949 



FLORA M. ADKINS, A.B. 

Piano; Campbellsville College, 1924-28; 
•937- 



ELLIOT A. ALEXANDER, B.R.E. 

Head of the Department of Music; Camp- 
bellsville College, 1950 



MRS. INA BLAKEMAN, B.S., M.S. 

Home Economics; Campbellsville College, 
1948 



WILBURT EUGENE BURGER, B.S., M.A. 

Coach; Physical Education Director; Camp- 
bellsville College, 1950 



Compliments of 

CAULK HARDWARE COMPANY 

"Meet me at Caulk's, 

Where Money Talks. " 











FACU1TV 



MRS. JOHN M. CARTER, A.B., M.R.E. 

Bible and English; Campbellsville College, 
1947 



D. P. CURRY, A.B., M.A. 

Education; Campbellsville College, 1947 



MRS. W. CONARD GASS, A.B., M.R.E. 
Spanish; Campbellsville College, 1948 




W. CONARD GASS, A.B., Th.B., M.A. 

Social Science and Speech; Campbellsville 
College, 1948 



BEULAH GRAHAM, A.B., M.A. 

Mathematics: Campbellsville College, 1942 



Compliments of 
CORNER DRUG STORE 






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FACULTV 



MRS. ANNA LEE HOPPER 

Specialized Training-Institutional Manage- 
ment; Campbellsville College, 1951 



JOHNS. JACKSON, JR., B.S. PHYSICS 

Physics and Biology; Campbellsville College 
1948 



ROBERT W. KELLEY, A.B., M.S. 

Head of Science Department; Campbells- 
ville College, 1951 







MRS. R. L. MARSHALL, A.B., B.S. IN L.S. 
Librarian; Campbellsville College, 1944 



MRS. M. C. "Mom" MORGAN 

Head of Boys' Dormitory, Campbellsville 
College, 1950 



Compliments of 
TURNER'S FOOD MARKET 







FACULTV 



MRS. E. A. "Mom" SMOTHERS 

Head of Girls' Dormitory; Campbellsville 
Collee, 1950 



ROBERTA KEITH SPICER, A.B. 

Voice, Piano, Public School Music; Camp- 
bellsville College, 1950 



LEONORA G. STOWELL, A.B.. M.A. 

English and French; Campbellsville College, 
1 951 



CHARLES E. VAUGHAN, B.S., M.A. 

English, Campbellsville College, 1946 



Compliments of 
CAMPBELLSVILLE BARBER SHOP 



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THE MAPLE TRAIL STAFF 




Charles E. Vaughan 

Wilma Ann Wise 

John R. Wood 

J. F. McKinley 

Joe Staples (not in picture) 

Robert Holland (not in picture) 

Betty Atkinson 

Billy Wise (not in picture) 

Sue Skaggs 

Katheryn Smith 

Paul Stanley 

Betty Woodring 

Jane Bourne 

Zella Burns 

Wanda Frizzell 

Maxey Reynolds 



Class Sponsor 

Editor 

Assistant Editor 

Photographer 

Photographer 

Business Manager 

Assto Business Manager 

Sports Editor 

Sports Editor 

Art Editor 

Art Editor 

Organizations 

Organizations 

Typist 

Typist 

Typist 



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COLLEGE ECHO STAFF 




Paul Stanley Editor 

Laura Whitaker Associate Editor 

Peggy Hawkins Music Editor 

Billy Wise (not in picture) Sports Editor 

Hyla Hunter , Society Editor 

Patria Lee (not in picture) News Editor 

J. B. Sebastin Religious Editor 

Mary Lou Murphy Business Manager 

Mary Ellen Mullins Advertising Manager 

Martha Lockhart Reporter 

Moody Cecil .... Reporter 

Roy. O. Chumbler Faculty Advisor 



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GENE PUCKETT, President 
Summersville, Kentucky 

Gene leaves his interest in the Freshman girls to any boy 
that is silly enough to pursue them. Ministerial Association, 
Music Club, English Club, Student Council, B.S.U. 

LYNDELL LAWLESS. Vice-President 
Albany, Kentucky 
Lyndell just leaves! ! Ministerial Association. 



BETTY BROOKSHIRE, Secretary 
Taylorsville, Kentucky 

Betty gives her girlish figure to Betty Wright. Y.W.A., 
B.S.U. 



SOPHOMORES 



HILDA MC KINLEY, Treasurer 
Nora, Kentucky 

Hilda would like to leave the name McKinley and take 
another (maybe Mrs. Paul Smith?) Volunteer Band, 
B.S.U., Y.W.A. 

JOYCE ASH 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Joyce leaves her worn out books to some other "bookworm. 
Y.W.A., Soul Winners Band. 



JO ANN ASHER 
Harrodsburg, Kentucky 

Jo Ann leaves her "one and only" Randall Lawless to 
(available) Frances White. Y.W.A., Chorus, Music 
Club. B.S.U.. Band. 

BETTY ATKINSON 
Campbellsville, Kentucky 

Betty leaves her love letters to "True Romance" magazine 
for Dublication. Science Club, Annual Staff. 



Compliments of 
BRACK'S VARIETY STORE 



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DORTHA D. BALDOCK 
Liberty, Kentucky 

Dortha leaves her turtle-pace to (?) Hope they make it to 
class on time. 

DONALD BARKER 
Harrodsburg, Kentucky 

Don leaves his ability to prevent traffic accidents to 
Jimmy Preston. B.S.U., Ministerial Association, English 
Club, Science Club, Baseball, Basketball. 



GENE BEST 
Springfield, Kentucky 

Gene leaves his ability to be innocent at all times to 
Cotton McKinley. Science Club, English Club. 




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SOPHOMORES 





JANE ALLEN BOURNE 
Harrodsburg, Kentucky 

Jane leaves her love for Taylor Bristow to the next in line. 
B.S.U., Y.W.A.. Sould Winners Band, Music Club, 
Chorus, Volunteer Band, English Club, Science and Math 
Club, Annual Staff, Echo Staff, B.S.U. Council. 

CHARLOTTE BOYD 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Charlotte wills her job of cleaning the coffee pot to 
Juanita Elftman. Y.W.A., Volunteer Band, B.S.U., 
English Club. 



TROY BRAMMER 
Monticello, Kentucky 

Troy leaves his place as president of the Science Club to 
the next best scientist in school. Science and Math Club. 

TAYLOR BRISTOW 
Owensboro, Kentucky 

Taylor leaves his falling hair to Professor Alexander. 
B.S.U., Ministerial Association, English Club, Science 
and Math Club. 

Compliments of 
COCO-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 



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KENNETH BROUGHTON 
Crab Orchard, Kentucky 

Kenneth leaves his power of concentration to Raymond 
MacGruder. Science Club, Basketball Manager. 

NORMA JEAN BROWN 
Evansville, Indiana 

Norma Jean leaves her shorthand pad to anyone who's 
brave enough to try it. B.S.U., Volunteer Band, Y.W.A. 



ROXIE BROWN 
Albany, Kentucky 

Roxie bequeaths her memories of J. L. Hatter to Shirley 
Ferrill. English Club, Home Ec. Club, Volunteer Band, 
B.S.U. 



SOPHOMORES 



BETTY JEAN BRUNER 
Hawesville, Kentucky 

Betty leaves her "old faithful Ray" to anyone who can get 
him. Y.W.A. , Volunteer Band, English Club. 

BETTY BRYAN 
Campbellsville, Kentucky 

Betty gives her ability to be the "apple-of-a-man's-eye" 
to Georgie Edwards. Science and Math Club. 



EVA JANE BURKHEAD 
Spurlington, Kentucky 

Eva Jane gives her soda-fountain job to some other "jerk. 
F.B.L.A. Club, English Club. 

WILLA LOUISE BURNS 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Willa wills her guitar and her "hill-billy" voice to Roy 
Acuff. Volunteer Band, Soul Winner's Band, Music Club, 
English Club, Y.W.A., Chorus, Science Club, B.S.U. 



Compliments of 
CRABTREE'S FIRESTONE STORE 



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ZELLA BURNS 
Mackville, Kentucky 

Zella leaves her kitchen work-shop to anyone who wants 
Max Huff. B.S.U., Y.W.A., English Club, F.B.L.A. 
Club. 

J. BYRON CASADA 
Pulaski, Kentucky 

Byron leaves his airy personality to Wally Badgett. B. 
S.U. Science Club. 



BETTY JANE CECIL 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Betty just leaves- -tak'ing all she has with her — J. F. tool 
Sorry, girls! B.S.U., English Club, Chorus, Echo Staff. 



SOPHOMORES 





MOODY CECIL, JR. 
Bloomfield, Kentucky 

Moody leaves his ability as a "hunter" to Kenneth Humes. 
F.B.L.A. Club, Echo Staff. 

ELSIE CHAMBERS 
Huntersville, Kentucky 

Elsie gives her kindness to some LUCKY Freshman. B. 
S.U., Home Ec. Club, English Club, Science and Math. 
Club. 



BETTIE JEAN CHELF 
Campbellsville, Kentucky 
Bettie leaves her ready smile to Mary Jo Rice. 

DAVE R. COFFEY 
Leitchfield, Kentucky 

Dave leaves his job as technician to- -guess who? J. L. 
Hatter. English Club. 



Compliments of LETHA'S 



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IVA COFFEY 
Leitchfield, Kentucky 
Iva leaves her office job to Marilyn Miller. English Club. 

BOBBY COLVIN 
Campbellsville, Kentucky 

Bobby leaves his acting ability to Lum Edwards of "Lum 
and Abner. " English Club, Echo Staff. 



JAMES MARTIN CRUTCHER 
Elizabethtown, Kentucky 

Jimmy leaves his wonderful, terrific physique to Jim 
Robinson. Ministerial Association, Chorus, Music Club, 
B.S.U. 



SOPHOMORES 



STACY ETTA DARLAND 
Harrodsburg, Kentucky 

Stacy wills her name to some romantic girl who likes to 
be called "darling". Y.W.A., English Club, Volunteer 
Band, B.S.U. 

LILA LEE DAVIS 
Kingsport, Tennessee 

Lila Lee bequeaths her ever-burning flame for Mr. Cruse 
to some pretty Georgetownian. B.S.U., Y.W.A., Soul 
Winner's Band, Volunteer Band, English Club, Science 
and Math Club, F.B. L.A. Club. 



ROBERT DAVIS 
Danville, Kentucky 

Bob leaves his bottles to rest in peace in the girl's dorm. 
Ministerial Association, Chorus, Music Club, Student 
Council. 

DELORES DOBBS 
Monticello, Kentucky 

De lores leaves everything she has to Joyce Bandy. B.S.U., 
Y.W. A., Music Club, Volunteer Band, Chorus, Soul 
Winner's Band, Echo Staff, English Club, Science and 
Math Club, Band. 

Compliments of 

CHARLES GRAHAM GROCERY 

Columbia and College Street 



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DON DOWNING 
Russellville, Kentucky 

Don leaves his strong silent charm to Louis Burden. 
B.S.U. , Ministerial Association. 

HAROLD F AUGHT 
Jasper, Alabama 

Harold leaves his height to Jackie Houk, to be used spar- 
ingly. Science club; Basketball 50-52; College Echo Staff; 
"C" Club; Student Council. 



WANDA FRIZZELL 
Beaver Dam, Kentucky 

Wanda wills her scales to Marilyn Miller so she can check 
her weight each day. Y. W. A. ; English Club; Volunteer 
Band; B.S.U. Council; Student Council; Annual Staff. 



SOPHOMORES 





BETTY GARNER 
Campbellsville, Kentucky 

Betty leaves her shortness to "Shank"--(maybe they'd 
better compromise. ) Y. W. A. ; Science Club; B.S. U. ; 
Home Ec. Club. 

BOB GOFF 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Bob leaves his ability to go steady to David Sparrow. 
Ministerial Association; B.S.U. 



MARTHA GOODWIN 
Russellville, Kentucky 

Martha leaves her ability to lead the B.S.U. Choir to 
Jimmy Preston. English Club; Music Club; Y.W.A. ; 
Volunteer Band; Chorus; Band; B.S.U. Council; B.S.U. 
Choir Director. 

GEORGE GRAY 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 

George leaves the "joy" down in his heart- -or does he 
take it with him? B.S.U. Council; Ministerial Associa- 
tion; StudentCouncil; EnglishClub; Volunteer Band; Soul 
Winner's Band. 

Compliments of 
EDRINGTON'S SERVICE STATION 
Gulf Products 
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ROSE LEE HAMPTON 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Rose Lee leaves her romantic poems from H. P. Ball to the 
College Library. Y.W.A. ; Chorus; B.S.U. Council; Music 
Club; Volunteer Band; English Club. 

PEGGY HAWKINS 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Peggy bequeaths all the love songs het golden voice can 
warble to Joe. Echo Staff; Chorus; Music Club; Y. W. A. 



KENNETH HAYES 
London Ontario, Canada 

Kenneth leaves Shirley Ferrell to finish school as soon as 
possible. B.S.U. , Music Club; Chorus; Ministerial 
Association. 



SOPHOMORES 



CARROLL J. HAYNES 
Ferguson, Kentucky 

Carroll leaves his interest in observing to future 
Fundamentals of Education students. 

HAROLD HILL 
Buffalo, Kentucky 

Harold leaves his dislike for women to James Embrey. 
Science Club. 



ROBERT HOLLAND 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Robert leaves wedding bells to all those who would like 
to hear them ring. 
English Club, Ministerial Association; Annual Staff. 



NORMAN HOPPER 
Monticello, Kentucky 
Norman leaves his love for music -■ 
B. S. U. ; Chorus; Band; Music Club. 



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BENJAMIN A. HUBBARD 
Nora, Ky. 

Ben leaves his serious way of thinking to Joe Staples. 
B.S.U. ; Ministerial Association. 

MAX HUFF 
Fordsville, Kentucky 

Max leaves his deep voice to Charles Dean. B.S.U. 
Ministerial Association; Volunteer Band; Glee Club. 



BETTY LEE HUGHES 
Beech Creek, Ky. 

Betty leaves her red hair to anyone who would rather be 
"red in the head than dead in the head. " B.S.U. Council; 
Volunteer Band; Y.W. A; English Club; Soul Winners 'Band. 



SOPHOMORES 





HYLA HUNTER 
Bloomfield, Ky. 

Hyla leaves Moody Cecil 1 I IChorus; F.B. L. A. 
Staff. 



Echo 



MELVIN JOHNSON 
Campbellsville, Ky. 

Melvin leaves his "school-boy figure" to David Cruse. 
Ministerial Association; B.S. U. 



EVA MAE JAGGERS 
Glendale, Ky. 

Eva Mae wills her big mouth and loud voice to anyone 
who wants Sue. 

HERBERT KEETON 
Monticello, Ky. 

Herb leaves his position as president of the Ministerial 
Association to Tinsley Ball. President Ministerial Associa- 
tion; English Club; B.S.U. Council; Student Council. 






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MARTHA LA VERNE KENT 
Louisville, Ky. 

La Verne leaves her popularity with the basketball players 
to her roommate — go to it, Kathyl B.S. U. ; B. S. U. 
Choir; Volunteer Band; Music Club; English Club; 
Chorus; Y.W. A. 

MARY PATRIA LEE 
Liberty, Ky. ~ 

Patria leaves her quietness to the mice in Stapp Hall. 
Home Ec. Club; English Club; Echo Staff. 



MRS. HASKALL LINDSEY 
Springfield, Ky. 

Wanda leaves her status as a new bride to every girl at 
Campbellsville College who wants it--and who doesn'tl 
Y. W. A. ; Music Club; Science Club; B. S. U. ; English Club; 
Chorus. 



SOPHOMORES 



MARTHA JEAN LOCKHART 
Lawrenceburg, Ky. 

Martha wills all of her business books to the Commerce 
Department. English Club; Y.W. A. ; B.S.U. ; F.B.L.A. 
Echo Staff. 

BETTYE M. LONG 
Harrodsburg, Ky. 

Bettye wills the hook and line she used to catch her hus- 
band to some wistful, Freshman. 



J.F. MC KINLEY 
Nora, Ky. 

J.F. wills his ability to love 'em and leave 'em to Randall 
Lawless. B.S.U. ; Ministerial Association; English Club; 
Annual Staff. 

BARBARA MANAKEE 
Shepherdsville, Ky. 

Barbara wills her "radium" lamp to Phyllis. Home Ec. 
Club; English Club; B.S.U. 



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MARCELLA MILBY 
Summersville, Ky. 
Marcella wills her beautiful, blond curls to Louis Burden. 

CHRISTINE MILLER 
Elizabethtown, Ky. 

Christine can't find anything to will; she's still gazing at 
her engagement ring. English Club; Science Club; Y.W. A 
Music Club; Volunteer Band. 



MAURICE MINGS 
Knifley, Ky. 

Maurice leaves his job at Krogers to any industrious 
Freshman. Music Club. 



SOPHOMORES 





CECIL MOBLEY 
Harrodsburg, Ky. 

Cecil leaves his love for Animal Biology to those who 
have to take science. B. S.U. ; Ministerial Association. 

MARY ELLEN MULLINS 
Albany, Ky. 

Mary leaves her "homemaking" knack to some needful 
Freshman. Home Ec. Club; Echo Staff; English Club. 



MARY LOU MURMPHY 
Louisville, Ky. 

"Aunt Mary Lou" leaves her nickname to all of her fans 
at WLCK. President girls' dorm; B. S.U. Council; Student 
Council; Volunteer Band; Y.W. A.; Echo Staff; Soul 
Winners Band. 

HARMON ROY NABERHUIS 
Miami, Florida 

Harmon leaves his ability to tell stories, funny, that is 
to Jack Willit. B. S. U. ; Ministerial Association. 



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MARY ALICE NABERHUIS 
Miami, Florida 

Mary Alice gives that horrible last name back to her 
husband. B. S. U. 

WILLIAM C. NEWMAN 
Cloverport, Ky. 

Billy leaves his "grass crop" to be tended carefully to the 
Freshman Class. B.S. U. Choir; B.S.U. Council; Volunteer 
Band; English Club; Chorus; Soul Winners Band; Music 
Club. 



E.A. PARDUE 
Auburn, Ky. 

Elbert wills his fishing trips with Dr. Carter to anyone 
who wants to make an "A" in B.I. B.S.U. ; Ministerial 
Association. 



SOPHOMORES 



TANDY PEDIGO 
Scottsville, Ky. 

Tandy wills his good looks to anyone who wants to have 
his choice of the girls. Science Club; Basketball. 

NANNIE MAE PERKINS 
Harrodsburg, Ky. 

Nannie wills herself to the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. - 
"more bounce to the ounce. " Science Club; English 
Club; Volunteer Band; Chorus; B.S.U. Council; State 
B.S.U. Missionary to Cuba. 

EDWARD D. PIERCE 
Louisville, Ky. 

Edward leaves his brains to some idiot. B. S. U. ; 
Ministerial Association. 

BEAUFORD J. PRICE 
Liberty, Ky. 

"Botany" leaves his love for science to some English 
Major. Science Club. 



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FRANCES PRICE 
Summersville, Ky. 

Frances leaves her long ride to school (with the boys) to 
some lucky student from Summersville. 

MARCIA LYNN PRUETT 
Campbellsville, Ky. 

Marcia Lynn leaves her ability to play ping-pong and 
tennis to an energetic Freshie. Science Club; Chorus. 



LOHMANN C. RAYBURN 
Pierce, Ky. 

Lohmann gladly gives her physics notebook to Mr. Jackson- 
maybe he can learn that "stuff. " 



SOPHOMORES 





VERNARD RATLIFF 
Mac, Ky. 

"Fluky" leaves his knowledge of all the loves in Taylor 
County to Richard Cherry. 

MAXCY REYNOLDS, JR. 
Munfordsville, Ky. 

Maxcy leaves his buoyant personality to De Sota Vaught. 
Annual Staff. 



LEONCIO RIOS 
Las Villas, Cuba 

Leo leaves his attraction to the girls to Raul. English 
Club. 

RAUL RODRIGUEZ 
Caibarien, Cuba 

Raul leaves his ability to speak English to all the 
Cubans who attend Campbellsville College. 



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ELEANOR ROGERS 
Taylorsville, Ky. 

Eleanor leaves her reducing pills to Juanita Singleton. 
Be Careful ! Soul Winners' Band; Y. W. A. ; band; B. S. U. 

DOROTHY JEAN RUSSELL 
Springfield, Ky. 

Dorothy leaves her room to anyone who wants to get 
married. Y. W. A. ; B. S. U. ; English Club. 



CECIL J. SIMS 
Harrodsburg, Ky. 

Cecil|leaves|his long hair to the musicians who need it. 
English Club. 



SOPHOMORES 






SUE SKAGGS 
Glendale, Ky. 

Sue gives the memories of a green Plymouth- -phone calls 
and long rides to Charley. Science Club; English Club; 
Y. W. A. ; Annual Staff; Cheerleader. 

BETTY LOUISE SLOAN 
Albany, Ky. 

Betty leaves all her good times with a certain basketball 
player to Joyce Redford. Home Ec. Club; English Club; 
Science and Math Club. 



JEAN SMALLWOOD 
Albany, Ky. 

Jean wills her chubby, round face and her bright smile 
to some "sour puss" Freshman. Home Ec. Club; Science 
and Math Club; B. S. U. ; Y. W. A. ; English Club. 

GLENNA SMITH 
Fonthill, Ky. 

Glenna leaves her two roommates to Mrs. Smothers- - 
maybe she can handle them. Science and Math Club; 
Home Ec. Club; Y.W.A. ; B.S.U. 




JOY SMITH 
Shepherdsville, Kentucky 

Joy won't leave. She's going to get George if it takes a 
hundred years. B.S.U. Council; Y.W.A., English Club; 
Volunteer Band. 

KATHRYN ANN SMITH - 
Campbellsville, Kentucky 

Kathy sadly leaves the boys at Campbellsville College. 
So sorry, fellowsl English Club; Annual Staff; Chorus. 



MARY ELLA SMITH 
Fonthill, Kentucky 

Mary wills all the fun she's had at college to Anita Roby. 
Home Ec. Club; Science and Math Club; Y. W. A. ; B. S. U. 




SOPHOMORES 





MILDRED SPEAR 
Burkesville, Kentucky 

Mildred leaves her diminutive size to Jim Robinson. Home 
Ec. Club; Science Club; Y.W. A. ; B.S.U. 

PAUL STANLEY 
Campbellsville, Kentucky 

Paul leaves his versatility to Billy Baxter. Editor Echo 
Staff; Annual Staff; Student Council; Chorus; English Club; 
Music Club; Volunteer Band; Science and Math Club; 
B.S.U. 



PHYLLIS STONE 
Taylorsville, Kentucky 

Phyllis leaves her favorite saying, "Just anytime, hon. " 
to Cobert. B. S. U. ; Y. W. A. ; English Club. 

ANN ELIZABETH SUTHERLAND 
Buffalo, Kentucky 

Ann gives her "battered and worn" picture of Russel to the 
next to live in Room 222. Science and Math Club; Home 
Ec. Club; Y. W. A. ; B. S. U. ; English Club. 



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JOAN VAN ARSDALE 
Greensburg, Kentucky 

Joan leaves her place in the Home Ec. Department to 
Millard Blanton. 

KAYE WADE 
Albany, Kentucky 

Kaye leaves her "jet" hair to Cotton McKinley. B. S.U. ; 
Y. W. A. ; Volunteer Band; Home Ec. Club; Science and 
Math Club; Music Club; Chorus. 



FRANCES CAROLYN WALKER 
Burkesville, Kentucky^ 

Frances leaves Campbellsville so she can go in the business 
world--could she be planning to sell Watkin's products? 
B. S. U. ; Y. W. A; Science Club; Volunteer Band. 



SOPHOMORES 



RUTH ALLEN WARF 
Pierce, Kentucky 

Ruth wills her pretty eyes and black hair to anyone who 
knows how to put them to good use--like she does. 

EUGENE WEBB 
Somerset, Kentucky 

Eugene leaves half of his seven children to Bob Holland. 
Ministerial Association; B.S.U. 



LAURA RUTH WHITAKER 
Stanford, Kentucky 

Laura leaves her dangling earrings to Loretta Ashley. 
Here's hoping your ears don't get sorel Echo Staff; English 
Club; Chorus; Music Club; B.S.U. 

BILLY WISE 
Stamping Ground, Kentucky 

Billy leaves his basketball skill to Joe Lones. Science 
Club; Echo Staff; Annual Staff. 



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WILMA ANN WISE 
Spurlington, Kentucky 

Wilma gives her "A" themes and term papers to anyone 
who will give five dollars for them. Editor Maple Trail, 
English Club; Echo Staff; Chorus, Student Council. 

JOHN R. WOOD 
Louisville, Kentucky 

Johnny leaves his ability as a Latin student to anyone 
brave enough to undertake it. Annual Staff; English 
Club; Ministerial Association; B.S.U. ; Student Council. 



BETTY WOODRING 
RIneyville, Kentucky 

Betty wills her ability to play the piano to Bob Goff. 
English Club; B.S.U. Council, B.S.U. Choir, Volun- 
teer Band; U. W.A; Soul Winner's Band; Chorus; Annual 
Staff; Music Club. 



SOPHOMORES 





WOODSON CLEO YATES 
Harrodsburg, Kentucky 

Cleo leaves his car to anyone who can get it to run. 
B.S.U. ; Ministerial Association; Music Club; English 
Club; Volunteer Band, Soul Winner's Band. 



BEN BURRESS 
Greensburg, Kentucky 

Ben wills his ability to "undertake" Spanish to Ella Mae 
Kelley. 

WAYNE DOBSON 
Greensburg, Kentucky 
Wayne leaves his body to Ben Burress. 



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SOPHOMORES 



PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE 
Mitchell J. Botts 
Morris Botts 
Eldon Main Burger 
Ronald Burnett 
Newell Casey- 
Jack Chambers 
Adolph Grigsby 
William Purdom 
W. E. Ransom 
Cobert Richards 
Ann Wettstain 
Dewey Woods 
Dora Woods 



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Tompkins ville, Kentucky 
Morton, Illinois 
Leitchfield, Kentucky 
McDowell, Kentucky 
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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORV 

On September 11, 1950, under the guidance of Mr. Arch S. Lacefield as 
sponsor, 179 small, timid, wide-eyed freshmen started on their crusade for 
knowledge. 

We approached the long steps, leading to Campbellsville College with caution, 
because standing around to watch us were those people called Sophomores. How- 
ever, we struggled through the year slipping and falling, proving the fact that we 
were "green," but finally the great day came ! School was dismissed for the sum- 
mer and now we looked forward with eagerness to the time school would again 
start and we ourselves would be called "Sophomores" or "Upper Classmen. " 

The long awaited day came ! In September 1951, school was reopened. Happily 
we greeted our friends of the previous year until we realized that many of them 
would not return to be with us. This saddened our hearts, but then we lifted our 
heads only to see the faces of new friends , the "Freshmen. " We approached them 
with our cute jokes and "advanced minds" trying to help them; however, the only 
words we could pull from their lips were, "Mama, Mama." We comforted them 
the best we could and soon they, too, loved Campbellsville College with the same 
undying love we had. This year the class chose Mr. Charles E. Vaughan as their 
class adviser. So we were ready for graduation! (?) 

Then the day came! We donned our caps and gowns and walked down the aisles 
with a dignified air. We received our diplomas and with sorrow in our hearts told 
our friends "good-bye," realizing that many of us will never meet again. But the 
time has come when we too, musttake our places in the world. We will never for- 
get, however, Campbellsville College, our friends here and our faculty. 

We, the graduates of 1952, wish to express to Mr. Lacefield, Mr. Vaughan 
and the other faculty members our deepest appreciation for guiding us through our 
first two years of college. 

Martha Goodwin 



SOPHOMORE CLASS PROPHECV 

It is the year of 1958, and the biggest Alumni Homecoming Banquet in the history of Campbellsville Junior College 
is in full progress. Miss Kammerer's band is playing for the big occasion in the college's new beautiful student center 
dining room. Everyone is here; students who went to school in 1924 to students attending in 1958. Dean Chumbler 
has come in with his beautiful wife. Bobby Colvin, who is talking to his wife, recently won the Nobel Prize for his 
mathematical theory about the Fourth Dimension. Mr. Newman, one of the leading educators of the nation, and his 
wife, the former Betty Woodring, have just come through the door. Miss Betty Brookshire, director of the college's 
language department is here and, much to my sorrow, she Is still single. 

Moody and Hyla Cecil are sweeping in. Hyla is wearing a beautiful sable coat. Since Moody has become the lead- 
ing advertising executive in the world, Hyla collects rare furs for a hobby. Kathryn Smith is having a wonderful time 
greeting old acquaintances- -she has been giving a series of lectures on journalism, and has just returned from a tour 
of Europe. Bettie Jean Chelf has been talking to her, as Bettie is one of the top models of the United States. 

Dorotha Baldock is going around looking at people and taking notes in a little black book. She is planning to write 
another book as a sequel to her first: "Habits and Motivations of the Human Race". Betty Atkinson, Betty Bryan, and 
Eva Jane Burkhead are over in a corner flirting again. They have really made a success of their dress designing bus- 
iness- -their originals are being copied by Parisian designers. 



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Four instructors of CJC are talking shop and looking over old friends and students. You'll remember them- -Wanda 
Frizzell, assistant librarian: Zella Burns, commerce teacher; Troy Brammer, biology professor; and Rose Lee Hampton, 
English instructor. Sue McKinley is telling them a few jokes. There are Michell and Morris Botts, who now have one 
of the best farms in the state. 

Jean Smallwood, Roxie Brown, Kaye Wade, and Betty Sloan pooled their resources and developed the largest 
cattle ranch in Florida. When they came in, they left their guns and spurs at the door. Mildred Spear and Betty Garner, 
big- game huntresses, had to leave their rifles at the door, too. They came home two weeks ago from Africa, where 
they have been hunting rhinoceroses. Eva Mae Jaggers and Barbara Manakee, who are greeting them, came down 
from Washington. We hear that they are quite experts on forming our foreign policy. They are all making up for lost 
time, talking to Gene Best, who is now in the army as "Chief Cook and Bottle Washer". Paul Stanley is talking to 
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crutcher. Jimmy is now pastor of a church near Elizabethtown. Paul, who is Dean of WeslyanCollege 
For Girls, says that he enjoys his "duties" very much. 

Cobert Richards, an undertaker, and Tandy Pedigo, Coach at Campbellsville, are having a heart-to-heart talk. 
Tandy, who gives the boys a good workout, also gives Cobert a good supply of customers. Wayne Dobson is keeping 
his eye on Harold Hill. The reason? Wayne is now with the F.B.I,, and he is investigating Harold, a concert harpist, 
for transporting stolen jewels in his harp case. Marcia Pruett made a new record by swimming the English Channel 
two months ago. It is rumored that Jim Burger has a new job as a circus clown. Bryon Casada and Beauford Price have 
also made some records in speed-boat racing and stunt flying, respectively. They have caused a new record of 
squeamish stomachs. 

LaVerne, now a general in the WAC Corps, is making eyes at Vernard Ratliff. We all feel very proud of Vernard 
because a month from now he will finally become a Pfc. , after six years as a recruit. Patria Lee and Mary Mullins 
have something to be proud of, too--they have just been named top government economists. 

Charlotte Boyd, Max Huff, Betty Hughes, and Nannie Perkins are having a wonderful time sharing experiences 
from their mission fields in Africa, India, China and South America, respectively. Joyce Ash, Frances Walker, Betty 
Burner, Eleanor Rogers, Stacy Darland, Cleo Yates, Mary Lou Murphy, Ann Wettstain, and Laura Whitaker have been 
working for the Home Mission Board. Over there in a group are Ronald Burnett, Newell Casey, Robert Davis, Robert 
Holland, Benjamin Hubbard, Carroll Haynes, Melvin Johnson, Herbert Keeton, Lyndell Lawless, Cecil Mobley, 
Edward Pierce, and W. E. Ransom, comparing their churches and discussing their pastoral problems. They are all out 
of school now and have thriving fields of service. 

Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Naberhuis are now living in Florida, where Mr. Naberhuis is pastor of a Baptist church in 
Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Woods are living in Frankfort where Mr. Woods is alsopastor of a church. 

Over on the far side of the room are another group of pastors and their wives. This group of pastors was not married 
back in 1952 --but- -they are nowl There is Donald Baker, Taylor Bris tow, Don Downing, Bob Goff, George Gray, 
Kenneth Hayes, J.F. McKinley, and Gene Puckett. Wilma Wise is included in the wives. 

William Purdom is helping to set the stage for the program with Kenneth Broughten and Maurice Mings, who own 
a small thriving business tuning pianos. Betty Cecil is fixing the scenery. She has kindly consented to fly down from 
Chicago to arrange it. Betty is the Dean of the Art Department and the University of Chicago. 

Maxcy Reynolds and Adolph Grigsby are also putting in their two cent's worth. They are arranging the indirect 
lighting. Jack Chambers, the well-known stage actor is giving a few pointers. 

Whilethe program preparation is going on, everyone is seeing his old friends. The former Peggy Hawkins, Martha 
Goodwin, andjo Ann Asher are talking "up a storm". Peggy and Martha are discussing B.S.U. work, of course, since 
Peggy is a "Mrs. B.S.U. Student Secretary" and Martha is Student Secretary on the Campus of Campbellsville. Jo Ann 
is Educational Director and organist of the Harrodsburg Baptist Church. There comes Norma Jean Brown, who is Church 
Secretary at the Covert Avenue Baptist Church in Evansville, Indiana. She is with Joy Smith who is now head nurse at 
the Baptist Hospital in Louisville. Martha Lockhart is Church Secretary at the Lawrenceburg Baptist Church. Lila Lee 
Davis and Delores Dobbs are just sitting and talking. They are now married and are talking about their children and 
their husbands, who, by the way, are ministers. 

Harold Faught and Billy Wise are playing professional basketball and rumors are that their team will be undefeated 
next season. 

Raul Rodriquez and Leo Rios are teaching English in the high school in their home towns in Cuba. There is another 
group of teachers who are discussing their schools. Let's see--there's Bettye Long, Hilda McKinley, MarcellaMilby, 
Christine Eubank, Elsie Chambers, Frances Price, Lohman Rayburn, Glenna Smith, Mary Ella Smith, Ann Elizabeth 
Sutherland, Phyllis Stone, RuthWarf, Joan Van Arsdale, and Dorothy Russell. Mrs. Wanda Lindsey keeps the home fires 
burning for her teacher husband. 

Well, at last everything is set. The lights dim, and the band plays soft strains of music. Cecil Sims will be MC-- 
just the person, as he now has a question and answer program on CBS. Now the Spotlight is on Norman Hopper, who 
sings several numbers. Norman is now Minister of Music at Monticello Baptist Church. Next on the program is 
someone who will never be forgotten by her classmates- -Willa Burns. Willa now has her own radio program and it is 
quite popular among radio listeners. Everyone is settling back, because they know that they are in for a lot of laughs. 
So on went the banquet and on went the lives of the Alumni — we wish for each of them a life richly blessed by God 
in the coming years. 

Jane Bourne. 



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