Millington High School - Trojan Yearbook (Millington, TN)

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 ALMA MATER On the State's western border. Reared against the sky, Proudly stands our alma mater As the years go by. Forward ever be our watchword Conquer and prevail Hail to thee, our alma mater Millington, all hail.BAND ROOM STADIUMPRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE To the Senior Class of 1955 I would like to extend my congratulations. You have been a class that has distinguished itself in many phases of high school activities. Your wholesome attitude and your spirit of cooperation have been outstanding. You have been a group with high ideals and the courage to stand by your convictions. Your influence will be felt through the school by those who follow you. I would also like to congratulate you for producing this first annual that contains a broader coverage of our entire school program. We, the faculty, are proud of you and wish for you the best things in life.MRS. FLOY HARRIS, B.A. Latin, Spanish, Sponsor of Senior Class, Student Council. F A C U MR. W. L. HARVEY, B.S. Athletic Director and Coach, Sponsor of Senior Class. MRS. KATHLEEN TENNANT, B.A., M.A. Mathematics, Sponsor of Junior Class and Math Club. L T Y MR. GLENN R. SWART, B.S., M.A. Algebra, Junior High Coach, Sponsor of Junior Class.MR. EDWIN RAY, B.S., M.A. Social Studies, Sponsor of Sophomore Class and Hi-Y, Assistant Coach H.S. Basketball. MR. CLAY COBLE, B.S., M.A. Industrial Arts, Sponsor of Freshman Class. MRS. NINA CHAMBERS, B.S. Home Economics, English, Sponsor of Sophomore Class. MISS HERM1E EVA SIPES, A.B. English, Sponsor of Freshman Class.MRS. EDNA DO BIAS, B.S. Senior English, Trojan and Yearbook Advisor. MR. R. D. TAYLOR, B.A. Social Studies. MISS CATHERINE SMIT, B.S. Bookkeeping, Typing, Shorthand. MR. RICHARD M. NUNNALLY, B.S. Biology, Assistant Coach of High School Football Team.MRS. VIVIAN HARRISON, B.S., M.S. Home Economics, Sponsor of FHA. MR. ZED AYDELOTT, B.S. Physics, Chemistry, General Science. MISS ELIZABETH GLENN, B.S., B.S. in L.S. Librarian. MR. WILLIAM E. QUIRK, B.S. Woodshop and General Math.MISS RUBY LANG SCOTT, B.A, Typing, Tenth English. MR. LEE WAITS MILES, B.S., M.A. Health, Physical Education. MRS. VIRGINIA SANDERS, B.S. Health and Physical Education, Sponsor of Tri-Hi-Y. MR. PERRY WILSON, Band Director.TONY DINGMAN, President Athletic, winy, and full of fun. He's made a friend of everyone. CLAUD MITCHELL, Vice President His friendliness measures even more than his height. DONNA FARRIS Secretary Her quiet ways add only to her charm. FREDA NIXON Treasurer Lucky, lively, happy, and gay. A smile for all who comes her way. JOE ELKINS, Sergeant -At -Arms Always thoughtful, kind and untroubled. CHARLES GRISSOM, Sergeant-At-Arms If at first you don't succeed. Oh well, skip it.JANET AYLOR I have a heart with room for every joy. LOYCE BAILEY I was born to giggle and giggle I must. DON BARKER Wise to resolve and patient to reform. BOBBY BARTLETT Whenever I feel like exercise, I lie down until the feeling passes. PATRICIA BAKER We love her for her smile, her look, her way of speaking gently. IMOGENE BIRCHFIELD An inborn charm of graciousness.BUDDY CRENSHAW He’d rather make history than study it. JOHNNY CRENSHAW Big things come in little packages.DOROTHY DANIEL Small folks seem to fill a space that no others can replace. LUCILLE DIXON Her very frowns are fairer far than smiles of other maidens are. ROBERT DELASHMIT Life is too short for worry. BOBBY ELUS Earnest in thought and true in word. BARBARA DURHAM Because of you we will be glad and gay. BONNIE EVINS Her heart is warm with the friends she makes.DAN FISHER It is easier not to speak a word at all, than to speak more words than we should. JERE FOWLKES All great men are dying, I feel ill myself. KATHERINE GLENN She puts her troubles at the bottom of her heart and laughs them away. BARBARA GALLANT True life lives in laughter, love, and sports. BOB FOSTER I owe much; I have nothing, the rest I leave to the poor. BRUCE GRAY I love work, I could watch it all day.BILL HARDING Always up to something. JAMES HILL Yon James has a lean and hungry look. DONNA JONES Blond curly hair, eyes of blue , girls like her all too few. MAXINE KEY I see in her face a map of honor, truth, and loyalty.LEE WOOD JONES Quiet and shy, a real sweet guy. JERRY JOYNER The wrong way always seems more reasonable. MARY LOUISE LOFT The heart whose softness har -monized the whole. JEAN MUSKA Unlike others, she is herself. TOMMY KENNEDY The opportunity for mischief is found 100 times a day. HAROLD UTTLEJOHN His curly hair, his flirting eyes, can make the girls' blood pressure rise.FRAN PHYFER Generally speaking, she's generally speaking. DOROTHY PITTS She is just what she is, what better report, a girl, friend, stu dent, good sport. JIMMY LONG Sometimes I sit and think, but most of the time I just sit. CHARLES MALONE They are never alone that are accompanied by noble thoughts. PEGGY RAST Life is very short and very uncertain-let us spend it as well as we can. MARY ELEANOR RAY Plays a little, studies a little, loves a little with great success.BOBBY MAULDIN Self-trust is the first secret of success. JOHN PROCTOR Sleep is the best cure for waking troubles. GRETCHEN ROUTON Talent and personality makes a wonderful combination. CARROLL RAST His limbs were cast in manly mold, for hardy sports or contest bold. LARRY REED Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind.BILLY SPENCER Never trouble trouble, until trouble troubles you. BOBBY JOE STEVENS The mind that is anxious about the future is miserable. I f MARY JANE SUNDERLAND The charm of her presence is felt wherever she goes. SUE NAN TACKETT Character is the real foundation of all worthwhile success.HAROLD TAYLOR HORACE WOLFE RICHARD WYATT His smile would the meanest School is all right when there Do well and right, let the heart win. isn’t anything to do. world sink. VIRGINIA THOMPSON DELFINA TROTTI BETTY SUE WEBB You can never tell what she’ll Swing away sorrow, cast away Her friendship is worth having, do next. care. CHARCIE WILHELM DOROTHY WILLIAMS JEANNE WORTHAM Always smiling, always gay. Nothing is impossible to a will- I never think of the future, it ing heart. comes soon enough.''-'41 CLASS OF '56 President ED HALEY Vice President TOMMY WOOD Secretary THELMA LAUGHLIN EDWARD BARBEE MARY GLENN BADGETT MARY BAILEY TERRY CANNON BEVERLY CANTERE SHIRLEY CRENSHAW JOANNE BARBEE MONA BARNES NAOMI BOWEN JOY BOYD BABS BUFORD JOANNE CAMPBELLSergeant-at-Arms GENE MACHIN JAMES CUNNINGHAM PEGGY CURLIN BAYNE DOBBINS Treasurer MARY ANN FORBES Sergeant-at-Arms COOKY WATKINS GENE EWING JAMES EDWARD GLENN PETER FANKBONER SUE GOFORTH PAT FOSTER DEAN GUYER TIM HARRIS MELINDA HALEY NIT A HENDERSONBETTY Hia ]A JlCE HAROLD H1NE to sOH tssss- SSk « g££ rUJ® CE''OI' iS “cnt » BARBARA PICKENS CAROL REESE RICHARD ROBERSON NANCY ROOKS ROY RUSSOM MELVIN SANDERS JERRY SAWYER GEORGIA ANN SIXSMITH JIMMY SUNDERLAND LOUIS TICER CATHERINE TROTTER BARBARA TUCKER Too Busy CURTIS RHODES EBBY WILLIAMS GEORGIA NELSON MARY JO OGLESBY WINNIE THOMAS JANE TUCKERZELLA TWILLA ZULLA TWILLA DON TYLER JEANIE WARREN HERMAN WHATLEY JEANNE WHITE TONY WHITEHEAD FLOYD WILDER ROBERT WILLIAMS GLENN WINNINGHAM JEANNETTE WOODS FREDDIE YOUNG SHIRLEY YOUNG gft o ■' - fl) '•.TJf Cy 9Tommy Goin President Billy James Vice President Judy Jackson Secretary Juanita Cox Treasurer Fay Ray Reporter Franklin Johnson Sergeant-at-Arms Morris Bradley Phyllis Braswell Richard Bray Gordon Brower Pat Brown Lucille Armstrong Eulyse Blair Jerry Bradford Stanley Brown Sylverine Bryan Helen Bryeans Jenny Burns Barbara Butler Larry ButlerSherry Butts Rebecca Childress Libby Cocke Joy Daniels Clinton Crabtree Bessie Davis Betty Delashmit Julia Edminston Sammie Drane Ann Edwards Doris Everton Buddy Ferguson Billy Forbes Dianne Foreman Bob Foster Lois Gay Frances Grosjean Ronald Goldsby Virginia Haskell Kelly HillBobby Hodges Anna Kay Holmgren Jean Houston Bob Howell Otis Howell Hays Jameson Martha Jett Alice Johns Maxine Joshlin Yvonne Joyner Bobby Keefer Joanne Kesler Alice Kirkland Barbara Klenk Bobby Knott Gladys Kopp Charlene Little Gerald Little Kay Longmire Pat MarbleAbe Massey Fay Mauldin Howard Michael Margaret Miller Martin Nance Beverly Newton Pat Nichols Linda Nocks Jerry Nixon Tinker Norris Agnes Oglesby Billy Osteen Bob Patterson Carolyn Proctor Doris Proctor Sonny Rast Jimmy Rast Linda Proctor Jo Nelle Reed Mary Ann RiceEthel Roberts Jo Ann Roberts Shirley Roberts Helen Ross Joyce Sanders Arthur Sartain Tommy Sherril Dianne Shores Mary Ann Sigler Connie Sigler Lee Opal Skinner Glenda Kay Smith Fay Smith Jan Smith Peggy Stewart Richard Tackett Harold Street Woody Thomas Glenda Thompson Virginia Thurmond Kay Todd Linda Tyler Joe Walker Gloria Whitehead Sonny Adams Pat Connelly Billy Johnson Betty Cruse June Daniel Peggy Sawyer Lynn Wise Billy Abbey Wayne Whitten Tommy Whitlock Linda Wilder Frances Williams Maxine Blair Elizabeth Black Wanda Blaylock Bonnie Bouldine Sandra Bray Jo Ann Brewer Betty Brumley Billy Joe Burruss Roger Busbee Bennie Byrd Betty Byrum Jerry Carpenter C.B. Webb President Peggy Rice Vice President Rhetta Raggett Secretary Bettye Loft Reporter Joyce Adcock Judy Alexander Margaret Archer Katherine Armstrong James Ayers Janie Ayers Orville Alvin Bill BarnesMimi Lee Cates Aileen Chapman Jeanie Childers Wilkie Cox Frank Coyle G. G. Crenshaw Marilyn Crume Jackie Cruise Toni Cruse John Paul Dennis Minnie Lee Dixon Karen Downing Janene Dunavant Kenneth Dunn Carolyn Dunn Paul Durham Nancy Elkins Barbara Ellis Ben Ezelle Bill Fankboner Kenneth Fitzgerald Gayle Fogle Fay Forkum Ann Fowlkes - )Daisy Gates Donald Goslin Carolyn Guyer Wanda Hanks Ardala Harding William Glenn Barbara Haskell Ella Henderson Earnest Hickey Dick Hoch Linda Hodges Gene Holmes Glenda Huff Dena Jenkins Roger Lee Johnson Frank Jones Peggy Kelley Wanda Kuykendall Bobby Livesey Taze Loften Millie Long Mary E. Martin Charles Mattis Michael Mach Charlie Moffat Barbara Moody Carolyn Morrissett Nell Oates Ann Elizabeth O’Neal Ann Parker Samuel Payne Bob Perry William Petty Henry Petty Gloria Pike Priscilla Saganowicz Billy Pilgrim Marie Pitts Britton Pitts Billye Power Ginger Powell Shirley Rice Evelyn Roberson Marilyn Roach Floyd Rowland Bill Russom Dorothy Sanders Dennis ScharrCharles Seward Edward Shelby Lufa Tyler Cornelius Vozquez Ray Sigler Jimmy Smith Rex Waits Richard Webster C. B. Smith Maxine Smith Harrold Webb Betty Sue White Merrit Smith Robert Sproud Earl White Roger Whitten Carol Todd Paul Stroud Donald Taylor Eddie Williams Susan Wilson Bobby Thurmond Jackie Todd Tom Bledsoe Joe Spenser Lois Evans Bobby McKee Jean Pitcher Jo Ann Shelby Leonard Wilder Michael Wood Gary Yarbrough Photo not jivaitaLt. Alice Black Merrit Smith Sarah Geno Cyrella Rue Deloyce Roberts Robbie Fry Helen Cannon Sue Delashmit Ernest Pitts Joan YearwoodMrs. J. E. McKinnis, M.A. EIGHTH GRADE William Adams Elizabeth Bagby James Baird Ned Bennett Bobby Brown Roger Brown -a Top, first row: Bobby Burress, Malcolm Carter, Ronnie Dempsey, Darlene Fullerton, Diane Henderson, Alice Johnson, Dwight Mayo. Second row: Helen Remington, Pat Dobbins, Jeannie Goldsby, Fred Humes, Steve McFarland, Jerry Montgomery, Kathleen Tyer. Bottom, first row: Peter Saverel, Donna Smith, Skip Taylor, Sue White, James Wray. Second row: Jerry Skinner, Larry Stammer, Joe Tyler, Nancy Wood, Beverly Young. Jerry Ballard Jim Armstrong Billy Smith Pat Nelson Janice Ferguson Deloris Kennedy Claudia WalkerAnn Beckham Billy Boyd Janis Bradshaw David Braswell Billy Burkett Doris Costello Lawrence Daniel Marcia Danielson Gerald Dempsey Betty Dennis Glen Dickerson Paul Grantham David Hall Terry Houston Julie Kelsey Sandra Kuykendall Barbara Lindley Richard Lollar Martha Longmire Jackie Lynch Judy Maley William Martin Gloria McMillan Phil McNamara Wilbur Montgomery Pat Morehead Pattie Needham Richard Osbum Ann Perry Jean Adkins Edward Jewett Carolyn Smith Dalton Welsh Mr. Leon Branum, B. A. EIGHTH GRADE 0 3 1 £ -d I r r- v Bobby Smith Harold Ticer Clifford Wade Mona Kay Waits Bob Baker Merry Barnes Mildred Carroll Cecil Crawford Carolyn Delashmit Larry Durham Darlene East Joan Floyd Bobby Fisher Pat Forsythe Jeannine Gilchrist Larry Hall Darrell Holmgren Peggy Johnson Bobbie Laird Pat Loft Jimmy McQuarrie Henry Millican David Mosley Jean Owen Jimmy Pendergrass Gary Rast Jacklyn Richner Joan Roberson Ronald Rowls Ray Scroggins Lester Smith Larry Stephens Carolyn Suggs Gary Beeman Keith Uffelman Graham Benson Norris Simpson Carol SimmonsCharles Bowman Linda Brand Mrs William Osteen, B.S. SEVENTH GRADE Jerry Chapman Donald Coon Wanda Daniels Floyde Dixon Top row: Joyce Ann Durham. Roy Faughn, Allan Haley. Timmy Hanks, Kay Huggins, Donnie James. Second row: Philip Kingry, Cecil Krosp, Patty Mach, Peggy Jo Maxey. Marilyn Morton, J. D. Oglesby. Third row: Buster Price. Dianne Ray, Buddy Roberts. Saundra Scott. Mike Shroyer, Mary Frances Smith.Dymus Stanley Larry Smith Tommy Almquist Mary Linn Barber Robert Beals Jimmy Black Catherine Brashier Larry Bright Christie Sue Carpenter Billy Childress Dee Ann Crabtree Linda Bnderle Ted Ezelle Duncan Frankboner May Dean Goldsby Robert Gray John Houston Mike McKell Barbara Meyer J. C. Montgomery Pamela Peacock Bill Petray Robert Pilgrim Judy Pitts Gordon Powell Jimmy Powers Charles Sartain Charlotte Sepp Nancy Spencer George Sutherland Maurice Todd Joyce VenezelTop row, left to right: Jueliett Amescua, Earl Beckham, Craig Brandt, Kent Crenshaw. Second row: Bill Dunavant, John Fisher, Judy Gibson, Bobby Gilbert. Third row: Trudy Hays, Jackie Holland, Nancy Kennedy, Susan Keneren. Fourth row: John Koleszar, Bobbie Marcy, Joyce Martin, Wanda Morrissett, Jimmy Noble, Harriet Noolsey, Lanita Perser. Fifth row: Pearl Pitts, Wanda Powell, James Raffety, Bill Ray, Shirley Remington, Jimmy Rice, Kenneth Rubart. Sixth row: Larry Smith, Anne Soverel, Bobbie Sunderland, Jimmy Thomas, Mary Ellen Ward, George Webster, Tommy Williams.Top row; Judy Adcock, James Armstrong, Gerald Bailey, John Briguglio. Second rowj Larry Joe Carter, Darrell Coleman, Jerry Davidson, Mary Ann Frazier. Third row: Gethie Huff, Gary Gallant, Glenda Goldsby, Fred Gray, Jim Guffey, Mack Joyner. Fourth row: Virgil Kuykendall, Kay Lamb, Pat Littlejohn, Kenneth Mauldin, Troy Nixon, Charles Oglesby. Fifth row: Ingrid Peterson. Mary Louise Petty, Bobby Pierce, Wanda Fike Paula Rast, Patty Rich, Leona Roofener. Sixth row: Lowry Smith, Dorothy Smith, Cynthia Jones Charles Strunk, Anne Touart, Dennis Wages. AVAILABLE Albert Warren James Simmons Bertie MasonMRS. CLARA AYCOCK, Principal Millington EastMRS. COLLINS Fifth GradeMRS. CHURCHWELL - Third GradeTop: MRS. LEEDY - Third Grade Middle; MISS WILEY - Third Grade Bottom: MRS. JOHNSON - Third GradeMRS. COON First GradeTop: MISS BRANCH - First Grade Middle: MISS JOHNSON - First Grade Bottom; MRS. FORSYTH - First GradeMISS MILLINGTON HIGH BETTY BOSWELLDAVID BROWN Membership to the Hall of Fame is one of the outstanding honors that can be given to a member of the graduating class. Each member of senior class is asked to vote on those students he considers to have done the most for the school, the class, and the campus. Here, on these two pages, is a salute to outstanding members of the 1955 graduating class. JERE FOWLKESD. A. R. Good Citizenship Girl BETTY BOSWELL The D. A.R. Good Citizenship Award is presented by the Zach-ariah Davies Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution to a senior girl on the basis of leadership, citizenship, and scholarship. The senior class selects three girls' and the faculty selects one of the three to receive the award. Boys' State Representative: ED HALEY Girls' State Representative: GEORGIA ANN SIXSMITH Volunteer Boys' and Girls' State are miniature states patterned after Tennessee. Their purposes are to develop the responsibility of leadership, the advantages of citizenship, the act of clean sportsmanship, and to educate youth in the rights and privileges of American citizenship. Candidates are selected on basis of leadership, good character, scholarship, and co-operation.The Halloween Carnival, an annual M.C. H. S. celebration, usually occurs on the last Friday night of October. At the carnival a girl from the high school is crowned queen and four girls from grades 1-8 are crowned princesses. Each grade conducts money-making projects for its candidates, and the girl with the majority of votes, at twenty-five cents a vote, wins. - Top left, left to right: Trent Kutsch, Linda Reed, Victor Gregor. Linda Patrick. Top right, left to right: David Mosley, Martha Longmire, John Strange. Susan Dunavant. Middle: 1955 Queen Fay Smith escorted by Tommy Goin. Bottom: Entire Halloween Court.1955 Football Queen FREDA NIXON Below: Football Queen and alternates: Left to right: Mary Eleanor Ray, Queen Freda, and Donna Faye Jones. . Left to right: Bruce Gray. Mary Eleanor Ray, Jere Fowlkes, Captain Ed Haley, Queen Freda Nixon, Captain Tony Dingman, and Donna Faye Jones. ORGANIZATIONSThe Student Council is the student governing board consisting of two members from each high school and junior high grade. Among its projects are the publishing of the Student Handbook, and an information desk. High School members, top picture, left to right: Assembly Director, Libby Cocke; Billy Osteen, Richard Roberson; Secretary, Babs Buford; President, Betty Boswell; Vice President, Jere Fowlkes; Orville Alvin, Lois Evins. Junior High members, bottom picture, left to right: Patty Mach, Jerry Montgomery, Tommy Williams, Pat Loft.MILLINGTON F.H.A. The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization for further development in homemaking. The club officers are: Libby Ann Cocke, President; Kay Longmire, Vice President; Glenda Kay Smith, Secretary; Donna Rae Chapman, Treasurer; Judy Jackson, Parliamentarian; Rosalind Mosley, Historian; Donna Farris, Reporter; and Jo Ann Campbell, Song Leader.SENIOR 4-H CLUB OFFICERS: Claud Mitchell, Lee Wood Jones, Tommy Wood, Jerry Nixon, Mary Ann Sigler, Kay Longmire, Glenda Thompson. JUNIOR 4-H CLUB OFFICERS: Pat Forsythe, Ann Perry, Pat Dobins, Bobby Burress, Harold Ticer, Jerry Skinner, Keith Uffelman.The purpose of the Beta Club (top picture) is to promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among the high school students of America, to reward meritorious achievement, and to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school. The purpose of the Math Club (bottom picture) is to promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among the high school students; and to encourage and to assist students in planning the continuation of their education after high school.-v Majorettes, left to right: MARY JANE SUNDERLAND JO ANN ROBERTS, MARY ELEANOR RAY, DONNA FAY JONES. Mascots, left to right: ROBIN McDOUGALL, MAC CATES, GLENDA ADAMS. % Vol. XXVUI MILLINGTON, TENNESSEE. FEBRUARY, 1955 No. 6 Millington Central High School THE TROJAN Published nine times during the 1954-55 School Year by the Students of Millington Central High School, Millington, Tennessee Member of Tennessee High School Press Association 'M' Club Assembly Is One of 55's Best Bill Justis to For Jr.-Sr. Prom Co-Editors__________________ Associate and News Editors Fashions ------------- Betty Boswell and Sue Nan Tackett Libby Ann Cocke and Jerry Huff Barbara Durham and Fran Phyfer The M Club had a very interesting assembly program last Friday. Stan Tnfirorcnn hiob noi’nrtnH Kv a loom nf 'the Junior-Senior Pron1 PUUIS growing like an infant dinosaur. she was elected song leader and was promoted to vice-president. Last year when only a freshman she was made president and re-elected this past fall. During the summer Kay was indeed honored when she was awarded a free trip to 4-H Roundup at Knoxville. Roundup was held on the campus of U-T for five days and it was there that state wide winners of 4-H contests were presented. Kay received ner trip by writing a theme on “Why I would like to attend 4-H roundup.” Then to top her list on Feb. 12, 1955, at the 4-H Council Meeting at the Ellis Auditorium in Memphis she was elected Shelby County 4-H Song Leader, even though she was not present at the meeting. Over filling her days come other activities such as those of a cheerleader, vice-president of the FHA, and a member of the Beta and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs.____________ iiuuuicu ovsya iuis a iimiiu- to receive. Shelby Forrest has taken up quite a bit of Claud’s most valuable time. He has attended camp there for seven years and has served as junior leader for two years. Because of his remarkable forestry work he has received first and second place in the county and third place for his poultry project. Claud has attended 4-H Roundup one year and Achievement Day Luncheon for four years. He is a member of the Honor and 4-H All Stars, which are high branches of 4-H. Working in the Math and M Clubs and serving as vice-president of the senior class keep him quite busy. Serving as vice-presidents of the club and doing extremely well in the presentation of programs are Glenda Thompson and Tommy Woods. Glenda became interested in 4-H seven years ago, when there was a day night for rehearsals until their concert on February 13 at the Memphis State College Auditorium. Twelve Trojan band members—Mal-comb Carter, David Brown, Bayne Dobbins, Glenn Winningham, Richard Loller, Faye Lofton, Bobby Knott, Cecil Crawford. Lee Wood Jones, Keith Uffleman, Gretchen Routen, and Georgia Ann Sixsmith, made the All-County. Four Trojans—Bayne Dobbins, Gretchen Routen, David Brown, and Lee Wood Jones, walked away with first-chair positions. Three— Bobby Knott, Malcomb Carter, und Keith Uffleman took second-chair positions. The program started off with a march, “ Americans, We” and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” conducted by Mr. McGarity of Collierville. Next was Mr. Hines of Whitehaven con-—— 1■ ing made to move directly into the gym. Favors for the tables, wall and ceiling decorations, all the gaieties that a party requires are being readied. The food committee has been planning a gala feast—good food means a good party. The food committee, Janice Hill, Mary Glenn Badgett, Georgia Ann Sixsmith, and Jane Tucker, have this responsibility. Everyone who is working on the party believes it will be the biggest, best, and the most enjoyable prom ever. Invitations, Caps, Gowns, Fill Seniors Minds Graduation day is moving nearer and nearer for the MCHS senior Everyone is being fitted for caps ;u"M" Club Officers are: Ed Haley, President; Jere Fowlkes, Vice President; Charles Grissom, Secretary-Treasurer; and Carroll Rast, Sergeant-at-Arms. MCHS CHEERLEADERS (Clockwise) Kay Longmire Rosalind Mosley Rhetta Raggett Charcie Wilhelm Freda Nixon Roberta Nichols Glenda Kay Smith The ”M" Club, composed of boys who have earned a letter in any varsity sport of Millington Central High School. The purpose is to promote interest and activities in all the realms of activities in MCHS.ANNUAL STAFF Editors-----......---------------...----------------... Betty Boswell and Tony Dingman Business Manager ---- - ....-------------.... johnny Crenshaw Treasurer --- - — Ernest Carter Features -- - ....... Mary Eleanor Ray and Gretchen Routon Copy Editor ... ............................................................Maxine Key Clubs --- - --- -- --------------------------------------Lucille Dixon and Janet Ay lor Picture Editors------......-------------.....------------Carolyn Sanders, Freda Nixon Jerry Joyner, Charles Grissom Sports - -- -- — - - — ......--------------------------Jere Fowlkes Subscriptions----------........ Katherine Glenn, Bobby Bartlett, Harrold Taylor Advertising Manager ---- - Bobby Joe Stevens and Donna Farris Typists -- - .......------------Dorothy Williams and Virginia Thompson Booster Editors - -- -- -- -- -- - — ------- — Dorothy Pitts and Bruce Gray Faculty Advisor.....................................................Mrs. Edna L. Dobias Football Coaches: HARVEY and NUNNALLY Co-Captains: DINGMAN and HALEYBOB FOSTER Guard HAROLD TAYLOR End JOE ELKINS End JERRY FOWLKES Fullback HARROLD LITTLEJOHN Tackle CARROLL RAST QuarterbackTONY D1NGMAN Guard Pictured left to right: BRUCE GRAY Guard JOHNNY CRENSHAW Center CHARLES GRISSOM CenterMV CARROLL RAST Guard TONY DINGMAN Guard ROBERT DELASHMIT Guard JAMES HILL ForwardTop: Junior High Football Team Middle: Junior High Cheerleaders Bottom, left: Junior High Basketball Team Bottom, right: Elementary Basketball TeamMISS GLENN and her Library Staff MRS. HELEN TAYLOR Principal's Secretary MRS. SAUNDERS, Elementary Principal, and MRS. RUBY BLAND, Dietitian. P.T.A. OFFICERS BOOSTER CLUB OFFICERSMR. HERMAN SANDERS, Custodian, and Cleanup Squad.% jb J “ or Joy DAaJi'cIs J ... . y -r ry -t— JLi m mT o-Fj?: "g wT ?i n y+Botr-rCLtoi I Me rvAAJce. . - 4 1 yi w u-t. wwm ■f flattie glAlfd ’CAROU i'mmrrnKH . 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