Millington High School - Trojan Yearbook (Millington, TN)

 - Class of 1952

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Curtis Person owns a big chain of service stations across the Mid-South. Mary Frances Carter finally made it to Texas and settled down on her Lazy Day Ranch. Her champion cowpuncher is Travis Roberts. Frank Iones doesn't let his weight-lifting career monopolize his time. His relaxing hob- bies are gymnastics and wrestling. The University of Tennessee football team, coached by Donald Scott, just won the good sportsmanship trophy of the year. Peggy Iames' clothes consciousness has narrowed to a special field. She puts out the original, hand-made, personally designed, out- standing bow ties for masculine men. Fast talking Von Whitlock is her special agent to see that the ties go to the right people. Another Kerrvillite, Paul Dunn, spends his time campaigning for honest elections to get his Democratic candidate into office. Marilyn Gill is the versatile secretary who sits on the Boss's lap at Franklin Laundry- Cleaners in Memphis. Sylvia Holcomb, Henry Brint, and Loyce Fitzsimmons have teamed up to make the hot- test three-piece band in the nation. Ruth Reed is still bent over a tablet but it isn't bookkeeping figures that flow from her fingertips-it's 'a new comic strip which is fast replacing Dick Tracy. One who did find bookkeeping profitable is Dot Crump, who somehow manages to keep the Pentagon books straight. Since Marian Marshall is still determined to reach the moon, Eddie Gibson stopped his engineering work on the Trans-Atlantic Bridge long enough to design her a rocketship. Patty Io Robinson has taken up yodeling and discovered she has quite a talent for it. She now stars on the Grand Ol' Op'ry. Iac'y Stubbs came up with a perpetual motion machine which even baffles the na- tion's foremost scientist, Betty Lou Trotter. In the ladies' hosiery business is multi- millionaire lake Carter, whose idiosyncrasy is buying cars that don't run. Much of his money, Iake donates to Bob- bie Io Pitts for laboratory research work. Minnie Mae Smith is manager of a swank Los Angeles dress shop. Hervey Aycock, who got his start painting Trojan signs, is employed as window decorator, and Carole Hanley mod- els dresses designed by Cheri Kiebel. lohn E. Ticer, Calvin Bright's bodyguard, socked Dick Haymes to give Calvin the lead in a movie that was his step to stardom. Cal- vin has the crowd swooning with his croon- ing while Mary Ann Bartlett, a dynamic law- yer ,protects his interests and Ioanne Hill, as editor of the New York Times, sees that he gets publicity. Buzzy Hoffman's early career prepared him for his thriving pawn shop business. Bob DuBose found keeping his mouth shut and his ears open had its benefits, especially in writing a gossip column. In the doctor, lawyer, Indian chief category we find Buddy jackson, Bob Ponds and Charles Burns, respectively. Shirley Anderson recently went into the Beaded belt and moccasin business. One who let her patriotism run away with her is Dessie Grantham, now sentenced to the hospital after donating too much blood to the Red Cross. Billy Robinson is the strong silent horse doctor. His assistant nurse is Ioanne Hulse- berg. ' Beverly Wylie is carrying her broad Mil- lington education to benefit the native of lower Liberia. Another in the missionary field is Peggy Massey, attempting to reform the headhunters of South America. One lucky person hit the jackpot on a quiz program by knowing where Germanim was discovered. Hence Gerald Waymon is vaca- tioning in Sun Valley, Idaho. Theme writing for frustrated English stu- dents is a growing business for Carolyn Ladd. Oh, yes, Iune Bradford is a torch singer. Behind-the-scenes girl, Iqyce DeHaas, writes the script that keeps Dean Martin and Ierry Lewis on top. Neither class, nor prophecy is complete without its lack of all Trades and in this case Kenneth Childress fills the bill. If you haven't guessed, the two bums, Mo and Io were Dale Hallman and Peggy I-fall, which brings us to the end of our prophecy.

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.742 nop cy Two bums meet on a street corner. Mo says to Io, Io, you character, how are you? Io says, Mo, what do you know? I haven't seen you since way back when. Wonder what ever happened to our old classmates of '52? I saw Marvelene Pitts, who is still a tele- phone operator, the other day, and she came up with the following dope. E. C. Chapman, Al Capone's successor, is hiding out in Helen Galigher's boarding house. His secretary, Shirley Akin, is catch- ing up on her reading. Among the novels she is reading is the best seller, Gone With the Men, written by Peggy Lane. Maurice Starnes, a traffic cop, stopped the President of the National Athletic Association for speeding the other day and was on the verge of giving him a ticket when he discov- ered it was his old buddy, Glenn Dodds, still executive minded. Myrtle Melton is now playing Irma on the My Friend Irma Show. Alma Fears is traveling with the circus to continue her minute-by-minute news bulletins of People From the Monkey's Point of View. It you see a Sherman tank wrecking cars on Highway 51 and listen closely you might hear Billy Red Oates gleefully yelling Heh, Heh! more business for Dad! Rodnay Vandiveer, with the Cardinals, just broke Babe Ruth's home run record. Ieanette and Geneva Turnage have just scads of money they got by posing for Which Twin Has the Toni? . Harold Bailey, who is principal of Milling- ton High School, is becoming a nervous wreck. His condition was caused by the present stu- dents' lack of respect tor anything and every- thing. His trusty psychiatrist is Dr. George Medford. Ioanne Drew, as a leading criminologist, has succeeded in bursting a nationwide nar- cotics ring. Touring Europe as a tumbling act in the circus are lean Lyle and Ioyce Cobb. Ioanne Foshee's medical ambitions led her into the patent medicine field where she came up with a new tonic, Foshee's Miracle Medi- cine. No one can imagine M. C. H. S. Without its painters or without Shirley Gammon, so her drape shape now adorns the painting scaffold outside of Mr. Taylor's room. Donald Rast is knocking around the Medi- terranean on a banana boat. That informa- tion came from Grace Wilson, a can-can girl in a Paris cafe. Bob Hines gave up his efforts to join Don- ald on the banana boat and became an in- structor at Arthur Murray's studio. On the society page you might see a photo of Mary Io Bach serving tea at one of her ultra socialite parties. The most extensive butterfly collection in the U. S. is owned by Ioe Chidester. A star of the women's roller derby is Eve- lyn Stevens who thought this sport would keep her nurses' training in demand. Billy Weeks is a friendly relationship am- bassador to foreign countries. Bobby Mitchell created a new vehicle, the Pontiacbuickac, a combination airplane, sub- marine, and automobile. I It seems a new club, Management of Mighty Midgets by Modern Mothers has be- come popular in Shelby County. Officers in the club are Dorma McKinney, who whoops 'um-Ruth Ayers, who mixes formulas-Dora Lee Williams, who changes diapers-Bobbie lean Rea, who rocks 'um to sleep-and Mona Posey, who bounces 'um. Milton Peck is chief advisor to the harried housewives. At last, a replacement for Bill Gordon. Iohn Smith coasted into a job ready made for his natural talents. The theme song for his platter party is Sixty Minute Man.

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'Huw GLENN DODDS -- 4-H Club l-2-3, Basketball 2-3-4, Track 2-3-4, Foot- ball 3-4, Baseball 3-4, Math. Club 3-4, Beta Club 3-4, Hi-Y 4, M Club 3-4, Volunteer Boy's State 3. MARY CARTER - Girls' Basketball l-2-3, Home EC, Club l-2, Student Council 2-3-4, Beta Club 3-4, Volun- teer Girls' State 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Trojan Stall 4, Annual Editor 4, DAR. Rep- resentative 4, Class Vice-President 2-4, Pep Squad President 4 EL SS UFFICEHS RODNEY VANDIVEER - Basketball l-2-3-4, Baseball l-2-3-4, M Club 4, Ir Class Vice-President, Sr Class Secretary. PEGGY IO HALL-Chorus 2, Beta Club 3-4, Math Club 3-4, Pep Squad 4, Annual Stall 4, Trojan Stall 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4.

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