These images and related text were published in The Courier-Journal on Thursday, 12 Mar 1931.
Boys, L-R, back row, Wallace Harned, Lewis Hatfield, Cecil Cash, J. D. Buckman; second row, J. T. Underwood, Jr., coach; Julius Cundiff, Tommy Joyce and Fred E. Conn, principal; front row, Forest Shepherd and Robert Hardy.
Girls, L-R, back row, Beulah Philpott, Bernadeen Wheatley, Leillian Hatfield and Coach Mildred Beeler; front row, Ruth Spears, Marie Rodgers, Leillie Mae Osborne and Jane Haefer.
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