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Friday, April 7, 1943
8:00 p.m.


Clara Bright Bartenfield
Oleen Baxter
Gladys Bright
Boyd Coffey
Peggy Sue Cox
E. P. Davis
Boyd Deal
Polly Edwards
Juanita Elrod
Lyndall Etheridge
Cleburne Harmon
Vernon Hilley
Margaret Hilley
M. D. Jackson
Blanch Keener
Cleo Keith
Vadah Butler Kendrick
George Legg
Bill Kendrick
Janet McCamey
Hugh McCamey
Troxy McCamey
Arlie Patterson
Elizabeth Petty
Arlene Phillips
Edna Pierce
Louise Plemons
Hubert Rouse
William Smith
Nell Springfield
Emmet Stokes
Julit Turvey
Jean Wells
Frances Westfield
Ray Whittle
John Wilbanks
Sarah Ruth Williams
Jewel Wright


The official school newspaper, name unknown, was published weekly as part of The Murray Herald, a weekly newspaper for the general population.

Those known to have been part of the school newspaper staff:
    Glen Baxter, Editor - Sue Robinson, Caroline Peeples, Betty Jo Fite, Marjorie Pritchett, Floyd Coffey, Martha Sue Cate, Jean West, Genevie Hawkins, Evelyn Adams, Estella Coffey, Blanch Keener, and M. D. Jackson.
The following photograph and accompanying text were copied from an undated newspaper clipping recently sent to the museum:


MCHS Picture

Here's the hottest aggregation of basketball players in North Georgia, if their record is to be taken as a standard. Murray County High of Chatsworth has produced many championship teams over the past year (perhaps the writer intended to say "past few years"?), but even after losing star players, Mickey Long and Ray Godfrey, to Dalton High, the Murray Indians have already won 10 straight victories this season, being defeated only once, by Blue Ridge.

The team has won 35 of 37 contests in the past two seasons.

Left to right: Capt Malvin Townsend, Charlie Carnes, Dillard Owensby, Herbert Rouse, Luther Jones, Calvin Townsend, Phil Bradley, George Legg and Coach C.W. Bradley.

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