Millington High School - Trojan Yearbook (Millington, TN)

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 hW V l . ■ VI»• l ■ S ( V t i: , v V ri •. . it4 fi.ir-ivv'Si iT f ffiftv A vV: v R , .4) 'ftXI' •«• . -vpvt %Mym) »(ju£Ja: , Mi '•,' • ■ J. 1 'a. 'tJ ♦ ¥; . xy i ;?K-v r3v.- L 1 kWhs! ■■■ saLove is an entity which encompasses all EMOTIONS: ecstasy in the Forest, pain that accompanies parting, and loneliness endured only through anticipation of tomorrow.Now is forever; Forever is now. EMOTIONS run rampant, like youth. And tomorrow our todays will be reflections of the past.Remember the first day of school -the joy we felt when greeting old friends too long unseen, the bitter-sweetness of once again greeting the conformity which accompanies routine.Remember the first game -the expectations, the thrill of beginnings, the tense moments, the disappointments. And quickly, too quickly, the days were obscured by the weeks, and the results of our effort, or lack of it, were revealed. nrjlfhforgettablte moments linger forever as frozen memories' of anxious girls, impatient paper'dolls'; flash before us: fleeting’ images of good times gone by.10Suddenly one morning we awoke to find that winter had faded away, and in its place the burst of spring dazzled us with its brilliance. IIW W A1972-1973 TROJAN Millington Central High School Millington, Tennessee • • 14TABLE OF CONTENTS THEME THE EDUCATOR THE GRADUATE THE STUDENT THE ACHIEVER THE PARTICIPANT THE BUSINESSMAN17 %Jf AWp f 7rx MR. JOE MORTON - "Education is growth - growth toward maturity. Of paramount importance is the direction and rapidity of growth of each individual - not how "big" one is when compared to another. Assistant Principal MR. JAMES BOYD - "The teacher, if he is indeed wise, does not bid you enter the house of wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind," said Gibran. Who can surpass the profoundness of that philosophy? 19MRS. GEORGE HARWELL, MRS. PAUL WILLIS, MRS. HOWARD WIIDER. MISS PHYLLIS DeSHAZO, MRS. ARDELLA SMITH, MRS. LANELLE TIMBS. 20Guidance MRS. IMOGENS HILL - To consider oneself different from ordinary men is wrong, but it is right to hope that one will not remain like ordinary men. MR. ANDREW BILLINGS - Education is the debt that maturity owes to youth. MRS. FAYE OSTEEN - Education is the continuing development of each individual's capacity for self-fulfillment. MRS. JUDY GIPSON - "Education begins with birth and ends with death." MRS. MARY ANNA PARHAM - "To help students to become useful, productive citizens is my goal." MRS. LOIS SIGLER - "Education should enable boys and girls to live fulfilling, productive, and happy lives as individuals, as family members, and homemakers, and as contributing citizens of a democratic nation." H o m e E MRS. ALMA BACON - "A man wrapped up in himself makes a very small bundle." C 5 21MR. BERLYN WHITE - The educational process goes far beyond the classroom itself. It's like a great river whose tributaries are countless. Life is education. MRS. BRENDA POWELL - It is my hope that a teacher who endeavors to listen, see, and thus understand might occasionally teach a student the importance of loving himself and others, and that is the only essential of education one needs to truly appreciate the privilege of living. MISS LINDA REDING - Learning to think and understanding why one believes as he does is more important than remembering all the facts in the world. 22English MRS. PATRICIA BOSWELL -A teacher who listens also learns. MRS. BETTY WILLIAMS - Learning is a happy process. I believe that everyone is capable of learning continuously on his own level. 23MRS. BESSIE CRAWFORD - "Wisdom is the principal MRS. JOHNNIE HENDERSON - Everything comes to thing; therefore, get wisdom; and with all thy getting, those who hustle while they wait, get understanding" ... Proverbs 4;7 MRS. VIVIAN JORDAN - "Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance." MRS. JAMES BURK - "Read the best books first, or you may not have a chance to read them at all." 24MISS GENE GILLETTE - The aim of education to enhance the quality of one's life. MISS BERTA FUSTE - "The men who try to do something and fail are infinitely better than those who try to do nothing and succeed." MRS. FLOY HARRIS - Education is educating each child to the limit of his capacity. Art And Language MISS NANCY NORWOOD - A creative mind has the freedom to learn. MISS IRENE ORR - The most important function of education at any level is to develop the personality of the individual and the significance of his life to himself and others. 25Science MR. KENT CRENSHAW - Pay attention in class, and you will succeed in school. MRS. RUTH ANN MOORE - People can learn something useful from every situation and every individual that he encounters during his lifetime. It is a shame if he realizes this too late. MR. R. V. FERRARI - Education is helping each student become all that he or she is capable of being. MR.. NATHANIEL MOORE - "The central task of education is to import knowledge and prepare students to expand to the maximum of which he is capable." MRS. BETTYE POWELL - Science is simply common sense at its best - that is, rigidly accurate in observation, and merciless to fallacy in logic. MR. LEROY JOHNSON - “Make it thy business to know thy self, which is the most difficult lesson in the world. ” MRS. MARGARET BURNER - "You learn by experiencing, so make each day an experience." 26Math MR. JAMES LEAKS - "The true measure of life is not length but honesty." MR. GARY WILLIAMS - Everyone has the opportunity to get an education. Those who take advantage of this opportunity are Life's real winners. MR. SHERWOOD DANFORTH -We must treat each student as an individual with special needs and with special backgrounds. MR. JOHN PRICE - A topic becomes more meaningful if the student is given the chance to dis cover ideas on his own. MR. JOE HILL MR. JEWELL MARTIN - "I expect to pass through this life but once; therefore if there is any kindness or goodness - I can do. let me do it now, for I shall not pass this way again. ” 27Vocational MRS. VERA TOLBERT - Strive to develop each student to his potentials. A student should be evaluated on his performance and not on his background. MRS. EMMA MAYS - Education plays such a vital role in shaping our society and the future of our generation. My goal each day is aimed towards helping each student to obtain his fullest capacity. MRS. DOROTHY BOWERS - A winner never quits; A quitter never wins. MRS. R. R. WEATHERLY - "Education is not given for the purpose of earning a living. Education is learning what to do with a living after you earn it." MR. FRED MORGAN - There are three questions; "Who MRS. EMOGENE MAPLES - Education should aid a am I? Why am I here? Where am I going?" student in developing to his fullest potential - mentally, physically, morally. 28MR. KENNETH HENDERSON -Live and Learn. Industrial Arts MR. JOSEPH BILLINGS MR. CHARLIE HARRIS - Education is not only what you learned in school but the total experience of life. MR. ROLAND NASH - Learning is doing.MR. RONALD OSBORNE - "To experience success in life, man must have a purpose. Our educational system must be the instrument that assists man to find his purpose." y mmmm MRS. TINNIE SPENCER - "What's die best government? ... That which teaches us to govern ourselves.” MR. EDWARD LOEBER - "Life is not what you get from it but what you are willing to put into it." MRS. LOUISE EASLEY - "Education is not just going to school five days a week; education is living from day to day." MR. MIKE DILL - "Education is the main stream of our democratic society." 30Physical Education MRS. MARY PRICE - Progress Is sometimes followed MR. SAMUEL CRUMP - Education should introduce the students by a comma, never by a period. to their environment and equip them with the knowledge they need to adjust to the society in which he lives. MISS SUSAN RAMSEY - Learning is a process to be enjoyed. Education should contribute to the fun of learning. MR. LEE MILES - Education is a way of developing a student spiritually, physically and mentally to the utmost of his ability. ROTC Music MR. CHARLES CAHILL - Education should be designed to provide every student with every opportunity to develop every ability to the maximum. CHIEF THOMAS BUTT -"Where there is life, there is hope." COMMANDER I. T. CRAWFORD - Organize and discipline yourself, and life will have a meaning. 31 - " C safif Time immortal marches in solemn paces here. Heeding not, weeping cries, blowing in the wind. Stop this moment, stay awhile, tarry near, This cherished moment of life must not end. 32 , S|8§fe33IN THE MEMORY OF When we are unaware of Death It comes quickly. When we are aware of Death, It comes slowly. VICKIBURKETTESENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President: MARK BARRETT Vice President: DARIUS HARRIS Secretary: LORRAINE SIMMONS Treasurer: DAWN DAWSON 35BONNIE SUE ANDERSON "Some of us might find happiness if we worried about it less. " THOMAS W. ADAIR "Abandon learning, and you will be free from trouble and distress. ’ J. V. Football; Student Council Rep. 4; ROTC 1,2. DEBORAH KAY BAGLEY "He who sees a need and waits to be asked for help is as unkind as if he had refused." MARVIN EDWARD ALLISON "Do not interfere when your opinion is not sought." SAM ETTA BAILEY "Take things in life as they are now, but try to change them when you can." Arete 2,4; Beta Club 2,4; Red Cross 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Thespian 2,4. KENNETH WAYNE ARNETT "Take time with each other. Let the seed of love grow and flourish with the seasons. Take my hand, we've a lifetime." Beta Club 2-4; NHS 3,4; Pep Club 1-4; Student Coun. Pres. 4; Ann. Staff 4. PATRICIA JEAN BERRY "The greatest happiness of life is being loved for yourself, or, more correctly, being lovea in spite of yourself." Y-Teens2,3, Sec. 4; ROTC Sponsors 3, Lt. Comm. 4; Pep Club 1-4; FT A 4. LESLIE MARTIN BARGANIER "It's the good loser who loses out!" 36VICKIE LEE BLACK "Everyone should try to give their best in every thing they do." MARK CALVIN BARRATT "None has ever felt the beast as He." Class Pres. 1-4; Football 1-4; Beta Club 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Baseball 3,4. JANICE LYNN BLANKENSHIP "It is more rewarding to love in spite of faults than because of virtues." Beta Club 3, 4. LELLON CEYLON BARRENTINE "No needle is sharp at both ends." CATHERINE LOUISE BOCKLAGE "Be careful which dreams you clutch for dreams come true." NHS 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3. 4; Arete 2,3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Paper Staff 2,3, Co-Editor 4. EVANDER LOUIS BROWN "Aging is a matter of mind. If you don't mind, it doesn matter." ROTC 3. BRENDA BOLTON "Find God, we've got to find the Lord. And live by the Ten Commandments, you can't go wrong." Band 1,2,3; Chorus 3; Y-Teens 2,3; TOEC. JAMES MITCHELL BROWN "You don't have to be crazy to go to school, but it helps." Football 1-4; Pep Club 1-4; M Club 3,4; ROTC 2.3.4. 37BARBARA JANE BOMPREZI "People who want to live with ease, do when they ought, not what they please. " TOEC 4; Pep Club 1. MARK EDWARD BUCHANAN "Nothing hurts a new truth more than an old error." CONNIE ANN BOSWELL "Neglect nothing that can increase your stature." HOWARD BURRESS "The South ain't lost the Civil War yet, we're just planning a surprise Attack." Boy's Lounge 1,2,3,4; Art Club 4. CATHERINE DARLENE BOWEN "Faith, hope, charity; these three. But the greatest of these is charity." Beta Club 2,3, Pres. 4; NHS 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Paper Staff 3; News Editor 4; FTA 3,4. DARRELL LYNN BUSCH "Most men employ the first part of life to make the rest miserable." YVONNE BRADFORD "Great ideas come from the heart. •t 38 JAMES WILLIAM CAMPBELL "Man sees your actions, but God your motives,GEORGIA ROSETTA BROADWAY "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." FTA; Library Asst.; Track. NORMAN JEROME CARTER "If what you did yesterday looks good today, then you haven't done much today." Basketball Team; "M" Club. MOLLY ELAINE BUMGARNER "I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday, and I have loved today." Chorus. ROBERT WRAY CARVER "What is not good for the hive is not good for the bee. " JENNY LEE BURES "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears, however measured or far away." Pep Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Beta Club 4; Y-Teens 2; Campus Life 1,2, 3,4. MARTY MEDRANO CASTRO "Men exist for mutual service." DIANE ELAINE BURGESS "Lying in bed would be an altogether perfect experience if only one had a colored pencil long enough to draw on the ceiling. " DAVID JAMES CLARK "If one has no care for life; one has no reason for living." Red Cross Club; Band Boosters. 39SARA ETHEL BUTT "The less faith a man has in himself, the less faith he has in his fellow man." Art Club President 3, V. President 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Paper staff 3,4; Beta 4. RAY WILLIAMS CLARK "If at first you don't succeed, check to see is it really that important." Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Beta Club 2, 3,4; Campus Life 1,3,4; National Honor Society 4. MARY LOUISE CANADA "For what a man has, he may be dependent on others; what he is, may rest witn him alone." TOEC 1. STEPHEN PHILLIP CRANE "A pure heart is an excellent thing and so is a clean shirt." PATRICIA FAY CARPENTER "Let Freedom never perish in you hands, but piously transmit it to your children." RANDY HUBERT CROOK "We get too soon old, and too late smart." Pep Club 2,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 2. DEBRA EILLEEN CATES "Love is like measles: vou can get it only once, the later in life it occurs the tougher it gets." JERRY LEE CROSBY "If it were done when 'tis done, then great, because it was all a pain in the__. " 40ETTA JEAN COBBS "I leave this rule for others, when I'm dead. Be always sure you're right then go ahead." EDD LAWLOR DAVIS "Most works are most beautiful without ornament." JULIE KAY COELHO "There is one thing in life you can have without working for it - ignorance!" Pep Club 1; Chorus 4. ARNOLD ENGLISH "A simple life is its own reward. CINDY DENISE COFFMAN "Sometimes in our life we all have pain, we all have sorrow; but if we are wise and believe in God there's always a tomorrow." Varsity Cheerleader 1,2,3, Captain 4; Class Favorite 3; Homecoming Court 3,4; Student Council 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4. JERRY ALAN ERVIN "Love the one you're with, but make sure it's a girl." BRENDA MARIE COLE "Wisdom is the principle thing, therefore get wisdom, but with all thy getting get understanding." Y-Teens 2. RANDY JAMES FAY "I wonder who God has to answer to." Pep Club 1,2,3, 4; Ecology Club 3,4; Basketball 1. 41EDNA DIANNE COPE "When the power of love overcomes, the love of power then there shall be peace." KEITH PETER FESTAG "The hardest thing in the world to open is a closed mind." SHARON LYNN COUCH "Innocence has a very short style." TIM FORSYTHE "You know what? I think I'm gonna miss this place." Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Boy's Lounge 1,2,3, Pres. 4; Track 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Football 1. FALLA JO CRAIG 'Love is the key to happiness . . . and I am happy." Pep Club 1,2,4; FHA 1. DANIEL GALINDO "Violence is an exhibition of stupidity." MARY FRANCES CROSS "True friends are like diamonds; precious, but rare. False friends are like autumn leaves found everywhere. " TOEC Club 4; Pep Club 4; NHS 4; FBLA 2; Year book Staff 2. MARIO ANTONIO GARCIA "Every man is of importance to himself." 42PAMELA LEE DANIELS "Without honesty there is no truth; without truth there is no love; without love there is nothing." NHS 4; DECA 3, Secretary 4; Thespians 2,3,4; Beta Club 2-4; Winter Festival court 3. DANIEL CAUTHEN GOFF "Don't ever tell a red head you love her; she gets scared and runs away." Pep Club; Baseball 2-4; Basketball 1,3,4; Football 1,2. DAWN DAWSON "When you pass someone without a smile, give them one of yours." NHS 3, Pres. 4; Beta Club 2, Vice Pres. 3,4; Girls' State; Arete 3,4; Class Treasurer 3,4. KENNETH EUGENE GROSSNER "Civilization is like a bridge over troubled waters. It was created by man, and therefore it is not perfect." NJROTC 2,3; Football 1,3; Track 1,3. JOANNA ROSLYN DENTON "Only some of us can learn by other people's mistakes. The rest of us have to be the other people." MICHAEL JOHN HAGEN "You may give gifts without caring - but you can't care without giving." LINDA GAIL DOUGLAS "The full joys of fellowship cannot be realized until your consecration is without reservation." Library Staff 1-3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; FHA 1,2, Secretary 4; Student Council 2,3; Winter Festival Court 2. PAUL W. HARDING "Leader of all men and follower of all women. VAM Club. 43DELORES DENISE DRISCOLL "To believe is to love - to be loved is to belong. " TOEC LARRY ROBERT HASTY "Forgetfulness is a form of freedom. " CINDY ELLEN ELLIS "Humbly we came, proudly we go. " ANTHONY DAVID HAWES "Imagination is the eye of the soul. " CAMILLE LYNETTE EMISON "People will love vou much more for being yourself than for how well you can put on someone else's personality." Campus Life 1; Y-Teens 2,3; FHA 1; FT A 4; Paper Staff 4. MARK ALLAN HERR "Too often we agree with each other but don't realize it because we’re arguing without listening or trying to understand." NHS Vice Pres. 4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Arete 3,4; Quiz 'em on the Air 3. PATRICIA LYNN ERVIN "You are blind, and I am deaf and dumb, so let us touch hands and understand." Thespians 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,4; Y-Teens 1; Campus Life 1. MARK RANDALL HILL "Truth is always paradoxical." 44JUDY ELAINE FERRELL "I do my thing and you do yours. I'm not here to live up to your expectations, and you're not here to live up to mine. You are you and I am I. If by chance we find each other it's beautiful." Pep Club 1,3; Science Club 2. GARY HINES "The only people who seem to have nothing to do with the education of the children are the parents. " JANET FLOYD "A hundred men can make an encampment, but it takes a woman to make a home. ” Pep Club 1-4; FHA 1,2; DECA 3,4. CHARLES FULTON HOLLINGSWORTH "Yesterday has past, so let’s all start living for the one that's going to last." Football 1,2. JANICE ANN GAINES "My future is planned, third finger left hand." FREDDIE JAMES "If a man is worth knowing at all, he is worth knowing well." DEBBIE GLISSON "Happiness adds and multiplies as you divide it with others." Pep Club, Beta Club, Quill and Scroll, Annual Staff, Thespians. ROY BISHOP JEFFERSON "It’s not what you look like when you're doing what you're doing. It's what you do when you’re doing it. It's what you look like you're doing. Express yourself." Annual Staff 3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Key Club 4; Track 1; Pep Club 3,4. 45RHONDA LYNELLE GRANT "Like everybody else I'm searching through what I've heard." LARRY STEPHEN KING "The past is but a prologue and the future a postscript to a letter of which the present is a pen by which we write our letter of life. " NHS 3.4; Beta Club 2-4; Key Club 3,4; Arete 3.4; NJROTC 2-4. DEBRA LYNN GUESS "Love will cause hurt, heartbreak, disbelief, and sometimes tragedy, but through experience love will bring the happiness of a lifetime." Art Club 3,4; Girls' Track 1. HOWARD KNIGHT "The life of the party may be death on the highway." CHERYL LENITA GOOCH "Happiness is not having what you want, but wanting what you have." NHS 4; Y-Teens 2-4; Pep Club 1-4. SYLVESTER JEFFERSON "A class in music appreciation was asked the difference between listening and hearing. At first there was no response. Finally, a hand went up and a youngster offered this sage solution: Listening is wanting to hear." VAM; NJROTC 2,3; Band 2-4. SUE ANN GOODWIN "Life isn’t meaningless; it's a time to find yourself and a time to lose yourself; a time to think and a time to act; a time to create and a time to recreate; also, a time to love, to live and to learn." FHA 1-3; Campus Life 1-4; Art 4; Quill and Scroll 3; NHS 4. RICKY ALLAN JOYNER "If people would give peace a chance, then the whole world would rock and roll." Football 1; Track 1.MARY AGNES HALEY "Were it offered to my choice, I should have no obligation to a repetition of the same life from its beginning, only asking the advantages authors have in a second edition; to correct some faults of the first." Y-Teens2, Social Chairman 3, Pres. 4; FTA Secretary 3,4; Junior Class Sec.; Quill and Scroll Secretary 3,4; Annual Staff 3, Co-Editor 4. GERALD WAYNE LANDRY "All the great men are dying and I don't feel so well." Beta Club 4. PATRICIA LYNN HANDLEY "God made all pleasures innocent. " Art Club 1,2,4; Gymnastics 1; Beta Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Quill and Scroll Treasurer 4. MICH A a HOWARD LOFT "No man in the wrong could stand up to a man in the right who kept on coming. " Pep Club 2.3; NJROTC 2-4; Drill Team 2-4; Color Guard 2,3; Industrial Arts 1,2,3. ANN HARDAWAY "Beware of the chap who reminds you that you can't take it with you. He’ll try to take it with him." CARL HERBERT LONG "Mahoney! You call this a school?" JACQUELINE HARDAWAY " Every man has a right to his opinion, but no man has a rignt to be wrong in his facts." NHS 4; Beta club 4; Library Staff 1-4. BILL HOWARD LOUWEIN "I must do something' will always solve more problems than "Something must be done. " 47SHIRLEY M. HARDAWAY "Everytime I think about how far I’ve come I thank the Lord for being good to me. I may not have done all the things that I wanted to do, but the Lord has been a mighty goodness. " FHA 1; Campus Life 2. MELVIN EDWARD MALLORY "The man who lacks patience also lacks philosophy. DARIUS YVONNE HARRIS "The people that are the most aggravating, are the ones that don't know they are. " Beta Club 2,3, Treas. 4; NHS 3,4; Arete 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3, Co-ed. 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4. KENNETH RAY MARCUM "It is better to ride the tide than to fight the current." Sports 1-4; ROTC 2-4; Key Club 3-4; Pep Club 1-3. DEBORAH SUE HIGGINS "The human mind is like a parachute; it only works when it's open." Beta Club 2,4; Pep Club 1,2,4; Class Favorite 1; Y-Teens 2.4; Paper Staff 2; TOEC 4. MICHAEL CARL MCALPIN "Women - sweet but expensive. " BETTY HOUSE "The first proof of a well ordered mind is to be able to pause and linger within oneself." RICKEY RAY McDANIEL "Life is how you make it, and how you make it is life." Vocational Auto Mechanics 48BRENDA JOYCE HOWARD "Everyone says they want to live a life, so why not let everyone live his own life." Y-Teens 2,3,4; FT A 3,4; Volleyball 1.2.3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Campus Life 1,2. LYN DALE McFARLAND "Rare are they who prefer virtue to the pleasures of life." ROSALYN RENEE HOWARD "Behind a frowning Providence, He hides a smiling face." Pep Club. RUSSELL ALLEN McFARLAND "All are apt to shrink from those that lean upon them." ELOIS JEAN HUDSON "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts. FHA 1,2,3; Student Council 1, 3; Band 1,2, 3; Chorus 3; TOEC 4. ALLEN EUGENE McINNISH "Can a sparrow know how a stork feels?" JACQUELINE LORRAINE HURDLE "They'll take your soul, if you let them. " Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 4; TOEC 4. JOHN THOMAS McMULLEN "To know where a thing is we must have found it." 49DEBRA LYNN HUTCHESON "Opportunity is sometimes hard to recognize, if you're only looking for a lucky break.” DEC A 3,4; Beta Club 3.4. MICHAEL DONOVAN MOORE "We cannot fail in following Nature. JANET CAROL JACKSON "Success is all a matter of luck - ask any failure." FHA 1; Y-Teens2,3; Library Staff 1,2,3. CARY LYNN MORA "Some of you laugh at me and my funny suit. Believe me, I aidn't know what I was getting into, but I sure as X? know what I'm getting out of . . ." Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Art Club 3.4; Thespians 4; Paper Staff 4; Mascot 4. DONNA MARIE JACOME "We can think about forever, but we really only live today." Pep Club 3,4; FT A 3, Treas. 4; Art Club 3, Sec. 4; Homecoming Court 4, Queen 4; Majorette 4. MICHAEL WAYNE MURPHY "The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed." Canipus Life 1; Chorus 3. ELIZABETH ANN JAMES "When you come to the end of your rope - tie a knot and hang on." TOEC 4; Pep Club 1,2,4; Y-Teens 2.4; Beta Club 2,4; Campus Life 1. BRIAN THOMAS O'CALLAGHAN "The population Bomb is everybody's baby. Happiness is responsible PARENTHOOD. Have two kids and zero population growth. " Key Club 3, Sec. 4; Football 1,2; NHS 3,4; Junior Achievement 3,4; Beta Club 3,4. 50GERALDINE JOHNSON "Remember this also, and be well persuaded of its truth: the future is not in the hands of fate, but in ours." DARRELL HERMAN OGLESBY " And think not that you can direct the course of love, for love if it finds your worth directs your course." Pep Club 1,2,3; Track 1; VAM 3. GLENDA SUE JOHNSON "There are three things that remain - faith, hope, and love - and the greatest of these is love. Let loving everybody be your greatest aim. " Beta Club 4; Campus Life 4; Chorus 1,4; NHS 4; Pep Club 3,4. THOMAS EARL OLDHAM "1 11 be your babe tonight." ROSE JOHNSON "All I want is a little respect. ” RANDY OWENS "Let's go hunting for beavers. " IRA JEAN JONES "After your school life ends, your real life should begin." GENE PATRICA OWINGS "What Happened" Mafia 51MARLA RAYE JONES "I shall never put myself so low as to HATE any man.H Cheerleader 1; Y-Teens 1,2; Black Studies 3; Junior Miss Alternate 4; Lowenstein's Teen Board 4. MICHAEL JAY PAGE "I am a man of substance, of flesh and bone, fiber and liquids - and I might even be said to possess a mind. I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me. Pep Club 1-4; Football 1-4; M Club 1-4; Track 3,4; Ecology Club 4. NANCY DARLENE KEUNE "We were born to love . . . and only when we love are we living." FHA 1; Pep Club 4. CHARLIE RAY PARHAM "Some people spend the day in complaining of a headache, and the wine that gives it." Pep Club 1-4; VAM 3; Boys' Lounge 1,2,3, Pres. 4. CYNTHIA ANN KNOWLES "Just remember that what vou are going to be tomorrow you are becoming today. " Y-Teens 3,4; Pep CIud 1-4; Art Club 1. CLIFFORD TURNER PARHAM "Bye. Bye Miss American Pie. Bye, Bye Millington High." ANITA JO LEVY "When people are free to do as they please, they usually imitate each other." Beta Club 2,3,4; NHS 4; FTA 3, Pres. 4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 1. RUPERT PEETE "Don't be troubled if the temptation to give advice is irresistible; the ability to ignore it is universal." M Club 2,3,4; Track 1-4; Football 1-4. 52LINDA DIANE LOFT "When you let proud words go, it is not easy to call them tack." Beta Club. HERMAN EDGAR PLEMMONS JR. "Cry, cry for someone, Who just can't be happy, And be glaa you can feel enough to cry." Pep Club 1,2,3, Vice President 4; Track 1.2; Football 1,2; Thespians Treasurer 4; Young Republicans Club. DIANE W. MASSEY "I don't regard these people with aught but loving joy, but because I came from Africa and proud of it myself.H PAUL PLESSINGER "The time will come when you see we're all one, and life flows on within you ana without you. M Annual Staff 4. LILLI BEATRICE McKNATT "One reason that the school of experience is so tough is that you get the test first and the knowledge afterward. " Campus Life 2; Y-Teens 3; Pep Club 3; TOEC 4. WILLIAM EDWARD POWELL "We have imagination to compensate us for what we aren't, and a sense of humor to console us for what we are." DEBORAH KAY McMULLEN "The world would be a better place if there was a little patience, understanding and a lot of love. " FHA 1,2. ALBERT RAYMOND PREVOST "Laugh, and the class laughs with you, but you stay after school alone. " Baseball 2-4; M Club 3,4; Thespians 4; Football 1-4; Key Club 3, 4. 53GAIL MAXINE MIDDLETON "What this world really needs is a computer that can figure out all the things in life that don’t add up." Campus Life 1,2; Pep Club 3,4; Y-Teens 4. HARROLD LANE PREYER "Show friendship openly to one you admire. How else is he or she to know?' Basketball 1-4; Football 2-4; Pep Club 1-4; M Club 2-4; Key Club 3,4. EDNA VALLIE MILES "So, here hath been dawning another blue day; think, wilt thou let it slip useless away?” Paper Staff 4; Beta Club; Quill and Scroll 4; Pep Club 1; Honors English 4. ROBERT WAYNE RATUFF "The little I know, I owe to my ignorance." JUDY ANN MOLDER "When the great scorekeeper comes to the mark against your name, remember it's not that you won or lost, but how you played the game. " Y-Teens 2,3; Library Staff 1-3. RALPH LA PATTIES RAY "Prejudice is a disease characterized by hardening of the categories." CHARLES RANDY ROBERTS "Nothing fits in a pigeonhole but a pigeon. " BETTY MARIANNE MONCIER "Everyone is crazy but me and thee; and sometimes I suspect thee a little." FHA 1-3; Pep Club 1-4; Y-Teens 3,4. 54JAN ANDRE ROBERTSON "Mighty oaks from little acorns grow but sometimes you get a nut or a fruit." Band 1,2,3, Pres., Drum Major 4; Pep Club 3,4; Beta Club 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Key Club 3, Parliamentarian 3,4. DORA ELIZABETH MOORE "To go against the dominant thinking of your friends is perhaps the most difficult act of heroism you can perform." Campus Life 1; DEC A 3; Pep Club 1. ROSENDO ROBLES "To err is human, but it feels divine. " Football 4; Thespians 4; Chess Club. LINDA MORGAN "The grand essentials of happiness are something to do, someone to love, and something to live for. " FHA 1; Campus Life 1,4; Lib. Staff 4; Student Council Rep. 4; Drill Team 4. CHARLES DANIEL RUTLEDGE " Life may be full of disappointment and heartache; it may present problems and disgust. But love destroys the barriers of all these things." DECA Pres.; Pep Club 3,4; Stage Band 1,2; Campus Life. JACQUELINE DENISE MORRIS "It is better to remairt quiet and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt." Pep Club 4; Y-Teens 2,4. DAVID WAYNE SANDERS "Remember to always have a cause, or someone could get hurt." MYRTLE MORRISON "People are like bread; you sometimes have to butter them up before they're good for anything." Paper Staff 4; Thespians 4; FHA 1; Pep Club 1. 55JOHN DENNIS SANDERS ”A wise man is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed." Arete 2-4; NHS 3,4; Beta Club 2-4; Annual Staff 3, Business Manager 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4. DIANE NEWLON "And the saddest part of it all is that we know; it is not only the children who are lost." NHS 4; Yearbook Staff 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; FT A 1. President. AUDIE CLYDE SCOTT "May your future happiness be brighter than the blue birds eyes after drinking a fifth of Strawberry Hill." NHS 4; Beta Club 3,4; Football 1-4; NJROTC 2-4, Lieutenant Commander; Key Club 3,4. MOANA LYNN NUMERA "Every day is God's gift to you; make it blossom and grow into a thing of beauty " Y-Teens; TOEC, State Parliamentarian. CHARLES BRUCE SMITH "Those not busy being bom are busy dying. " Pep Club 3,4; Thespians 3,4. ANITA KATHERINE OLSON "If the war between our nations pass, will the love between our brothers and sisters last?" TOEC, Art Club. KENT EDWARD SMITH "You've got a friend." CYNTHIA JOAN OLSON "Certainly you can't fool all of the people all of the time. Quite a few of them are busy fooling you." Pep Club 2; Y-Teens 2; Art Club 4. 56ROBERT STEPHEN SMITH 9 " Why put off til tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow?" GAIL PARSONS "Indeed, a friend is never known till a man have need." BARRY GLENN SNEED "A little learning is a dangerous thing; Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring; There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain, And drinking largely sobers us again." NHS 3,4; Key Club 3.4, Pres. 4; ROTC 2; Track 1,2; M Club 2. EUNICE DELOIS PAYNE "Gather ye rose-buds while ye may, Old time is still a-flying And this same flower, tnat smiles today, Tomorrow will be dying. " FHA 1,2,4; ROTC Sponsor 4; Annual Staff 4; NHS 4; Beta Club 4. BARRY STEPHEN SPARKS "Once a King always a King, Once a Knight is enough." GLADYS PEARSON "Dare to be different. " DAVID LUTHER STARNES "The day is for sleeping, and night is the time to fulfill the tnings we dream about during the day." EMILY GRACE PERKINS "To be or not to be; That is the question." Campus Life 1,2; FHA 1; Y-Teams 2,3; Pep Club 4; ROTC Sponsor 4. 57ALFRED STUBBS "Take it where you find it!" PAULA PRUETT "Be free; be whatever you want to be; just don't hurt anybody." RONALD LEE TAPP "A task is never done until it is finished. So, therefore, we've only just begun." SHERRY RAST "While there’s life, there’s hope. CHRISTOPHER ORLANDA THOMAS "Life is hard, life is short. Let's live life together, the black and the white. Together we shall overcome. NANCY RAY "Love is a feeling, you feel, when you feel a feeling, that you've never felt before. " Pep Club 1,3; FHA 1,2; Y-Teen 3. RALPH MARVIN THOMLEY "Life is cruel to men. When they're born their mothers get the compliments and flowers . . . when they're married, their brides get the presents and publicity, and when they die, their wives get the insurance and the winter vacation in Florida. " Football 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; M Club. 2,3,4; Pep Club 1.2, 3. 4. SANDRA GAIL ROBERSON "It is better to love two too many than one too few." Beta Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; DECA 3,4, reporter 4; NHS 4; Arete 3. 58ANTHONY THRELKELD "You may as well laugh at yourself once in awhile; everyone else does." TERESA ANN ROBERTS "The minority is sometimes right, the majority is always wrong. " TOEC JIMMY W. TICKLE "This world today is nothing but one big game. Which is who can beat the other person." Pep Club 2,3, 4; Football 2, 3; M Club. DEBRA ROGERS "My idea of an agreeable person is one that agrees with me." GREGGORY ALLAN TOSSPON "Just think, if all these people would stop cutting other people's hair, there would be more nice people a around." NANCY LYNN ROWLAND "... I'll walk through the valley of the shadow of death. I will fear no evil; for I'm the meanest Son of a . . . gun in the valley." FHA 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 3; Art Club 3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3; Smoking Club 4. DAVID MARK TRUNDLE " People that are bigger than you are the kind you like to be friends with." UNDA JEAN SCHEIWER " We might be more eager to accept good advice if it did not continually interfere with our plans." TOEC 4; Campus Life 2. 59CORDIE LEVESTER TUGGLE "If I have one life to live, let me live it with you, Phyllis.” Football; Basketball. ROBIN MARIE SCOTT "Pleasures are as poppies spread. You seize the flower, the bloom is dead." Beta Club 4; Campus Life 4; Volleyball 1,2,4; Pep Club 1,2,4; TOEC 4. MATT UNDERWOOD "Now I know that Sam Spade was not a shovel." Pep Club 1,4; Thespians 4; Art Club 4; Ecology Club 4. JO ANNA SHOULDERS "A dimple in the chin; a devil within." VAM Pres. 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2,3,4. WILLIAM WHITLEY WAGES " Life is what you make of it." Student Council 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; M Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3.4. LORRAINE SIMMONS "Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and blind can read." V. Cheerleader 2,3,4; Class Sec. 2,4; Homecoming Court 2,3,4; Paper Staff; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4. TRAVIS STEPHEN WASHINGTON "If you think hard enough, something is bound to happen." ELISIA P. SMITH "Women are meant to be loved, not understood." FHA 1,2; Pep Club 2,4. 60♦ DONALD RAY WEAVER "Talent is God-given, be grateful; praise is man-given, be humble; conceit is self-give, be careful." Football, Basketball Manager, M Club. GAIL DENICE SMITH "Success is the key to life. Therefore, take life as you want it to be, not as it is." DEC A RICK RAYMOND WELLS "In the beginning Man created school and set it aside for the education of his young. But the young grew into adulthood before the process had run its course. Still they were treated like children." Pep Club 3. ROSEMARIE LYNN SOUTHERN "Drawing on my fine command of language, I said nothing." Art Club Treas. 4; TOEC Treas. 4; Pep Club 4. JIMMY LEWIS WILLIAMS "The secret of the beauty of anything done well is to know that you did it." Pep Club, Football, lettered one year; Art Club. CHERYL LESLIE SPARKS "When I'm wrong nobody forgets, when I'm right nobody remembers. DEC A 3; TOEC Sec. 4. ROBERT EUGENE WILLIAMS "Some people see things and say WHY? I dream of things that never were and say WHY NOT?" Band 1,2,3; Science Club 3; Beta Club 3,4; Key Club 3, V. Pres. 4; Tennis 3. SHARON DELORES STEWART "Never tell your friends what you don't want your enemies to know." Y-Teens 3; TOEC 4; Pep Club 3. 61JEFFREY GARLAND WILLIS "A disagreement may be the shortest cut between two minds." FRANCES HELEN STILL "Let us so live that when we die even the undertaker will be sorry." FT A; Beta Club; Thespians; Paper Staff - Bus. Man.; ROTC Sponsor. WALTER EDWIN WOOD "There is only one way to achieve happiness; to have a clear conscience or none at all." Football 1,2; Track 1. CAROL SUZANNE STROUD "I would rather have a few real friends I can confide in than to have a hundred friends I can never be sure about." Pep Club 1,2,3, Pres. 4; NHS 4; Beta Club 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4. ZENOBIA STUBBS "Before criticizing others take a good look at yourself - Are you really any better?" Art Club. CHARLOTTE ANNE THOMAS "There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's yourself." TOEC Pres. 4; Pep club 3,4; NHS 4. BRENDA GALE THOMASON "I, look at the world and I notice it's turning; with every mistake we must surely be learning." Y-Teens 2,3, V. Pres. 4; Annual Staff 4; FTA 3; Pep Club 1,2,3. MYRTLE DIANE THRELKELD "Every woman has to love something, even if it's only a man." rHA 1,2,3; FTA 1,3,4; Y-Teens 1; DECA 3,4. 62CHARLENE REGINA TROXLER "A tall girl may not attract all men, but she seldom is overlooked." Campus Life 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; DECA 3,4; Y-Teens 2,3. DEBORA ANNETTE TURNBOW "But it's alright now, I’ve learned my lesson well; you see you can’t please everyone, so you've got to please yourself." Beta Club 3,4; NHS 4; Quill and Scroll, Treas. 3,4; Pep Club 1-4; Paper Staff 2, Asst. Bus. Man. 3, Co-Ed. 4. MARY LOUISE VAUGHN "He who says what he likes, hears what he does not like." DEBBIE ANN VOSS "We are shut up in schools and colleges for ten or fifteen years and come out at last with a bag of wind, a memory of words, and do not know a thing." EDNA SUE VUNKANNON "My life is full of music, my heart is full of fun, come on y'all let's boogie until our lives are done." Y-Teens 3,4; Pep Club 1-4; Ecology Club 2; DECA 3, Treas. 4; Lowensteins Representative. TANYA SU WATKINS "A mirror reflects a man’s face, but his true personality is shown by the kind of friends he chooses." NHS 3, Sec. 4; Beta Club 2, Sec. 3,4; Girls' State Del. '72; Cheerleader 1,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4. LESLIE CAROLYN WELCH "He who seeks a compliment sometimes learns the truth." Pep Club 3,4. EVELYN LUCILLE WILLIAMS "Believe nearly all of what you hear and all of what you see." Campus Life 2,3; Y-Teens 2; Pep Club 4; ROTC Sponsor 4. 63RAYEANN WILUAMS "The only thing better than being loved is loving, for the love we give away is the only love we keep." Pep Club 1-4; Y-Teens 2, 3,4; Volleyball 1-4; Track 1-4; Powder Puff Football 3, 4. MATTIE WILLIAMSON ” Minds are like parachutes; they only function when open. ” Track. TERESA ANN WILSON "Kindness is the key to friendship. How many doors have you opened?" Pep Club 2,3,4; TOEC 4; FHA 2,3; Lib. Staff 2,3; Art Club 4. THERESA RENEE WILSON "Take the obvious, add a cupful of brains, a pinch of imagination, . . . bring to a boil - accomplishments. " NHS 4; Pep Club 3,4; Y-Teens 3; TOEC 4; Powder Puff Football 4. PATRICIA KATHERINE YATES "Love is a beautiful word that is often misjudged. Campus Life; Ecology Club. DEBORAH JEAN YOUNG "You never know what you can do without until you try, with the exception of kindness. " Pep Club 1,2,3, Sec. 4; FTA 4; TOEC 4; DECA 3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4. 64t 65We come into the world alone. We go away the same. We're meant to spend the interlude between in closeness Or so we tell ourselves. But it's a long way from the morning to the evening. Rod McKuen I « f 67Class of '74 FAVORITES: " Judy Eubanks Jack Fiene OFFICERS: ' President: Julia Colvett VicS-Pres.: Jan Eubanks Secretary: Linda Wilson Treasurer: Debra Garcia 69Thomas Adair Steve Armour Larry Bagley Angie Bailey Mary Bailey Kathy Baker Darrell Barger Finis Barnes III Bill Bell Ronald Benton Cindy Bevil Ron Blair William Bocklage Keith Booker Leigh Bowers Becky Bowman Samuel Branch Barbara Breault Robin Bricco Katie Broadway Jimmie Brown Lee Brown Lemonte Brown Nelda Brown Mike Busch Veronica Bushta Jane Butler Gail Byrd James Byrd Mike Callonas 9 Larry Carter Ronny Carter Welbon Carthron Sally Carver —Vickie Chambers Ricky Childress Jerry Christopher Victoria Christopher Curtis Clements Reginald Clements Gary Cline Kevin Cobbs Kelvin Cody Gale Cole Sarah Cole Kay Coleman Ricky Collier Dara Collum 70Julia Colvett Mary Conner Harry Cook Kirk Cope Betty Cox Caye Crenshaw Debra Daniels Michael Davey Carl Davis Debbie Dumser Sharon Douglas Dee Dee Dows Linda Duncan Paul Duncan Connie Dunn Cathy Durham Donald Eanes Charles Earls Brian Eckhoff Brenda Ervin Jan Eubanks Judy Eubanks Jack Fiene Harry Fisher Richard Franks Vickie Frawley Anita Garcia Debra Garcia Steve Gaskill Tanya Gearhart Dawn Gibson Hollis Gibson Dorothy Goloster Carolyn Gray Kim Griggs Tony Grimes Morris Gwin Barbara Hale Jo Ella Hampton John Hanson James Hardaway Cynthia Hardin Betty Harper Janice Harris Marvin Harris Debora Hartsfield Jeanette Harwell Margaret Hawkins 71Kathy Hayes Randy Haynes Daryl Henderson Mary Helen Hicks Monty Hill Dundalan Holmes Howard Holt Betty House Henry Huffman James Huttig Vincent Iachini Charles lekes Elton Isby Curtis Jackson Robert Jacome Deborah Johnson Cleadus Jones Dan Jones Karen Kangas Pattye Keaney Kathy Kelley Walter Latham Harry Lehman Damon Linkous Darrell Littman Debi Louwien Debbie Lovin Patricia McClure Billy McKnatt Trent McVay Teri Malden Minnie Malone O’Neil Malone Brenda Massey Willie Mason Rhonda Masters George Medford Cheryl Melton Gwendolyn Middleton Maurice Middleton Hank Miller Robin Millington Carey Mitchell Anita Mobrak Bill Molder James Montgomery Steve Mooney Robin Moore 72f Connie Morgan Loretta Moses Andy Nabor Dennis Nabor Terri Nalan Craig Nelson Patsy Newcomb Debby Nichols Nina Numera Rita Ogelsby Diane Payne Vickie Peele Gwendolyn Peete Maurice Peete Brenda Phillips Robert Pike Debbie Pittman Sonia Plemmons Frankie Porterfield Harold Pritchett Robbie Pruitt Robin Raithel Norma Ransom Kerry Ratliff Janis Reding Tim Reece Corona Rhodes Cleades Robinson Daryll Robinson Paul Robles Susan Roelke Janice Rogers Richard Rogers Terry Rutledge Sandra Rowland Floyd Royston Becky Sanders Terri Satterfield Bill Scanlan Chuck Sherman Chuck Short Delinor Smith Lizzie Smith Mark Smith Roberta Smith Donny Smock Gloria Stephens Brent Stiles 73Constance Strawn Eddie Streval Karen Streval David Sullivan Robert Summers Johnny Swain Janet Talmadge Carolyn Taylor Margaret Taylor Randy Taylor Edward Thomas Terry Thomas Cathy Thomley Bruce Thompson Debra Ticer Joe Ticer Jeanette Tilghman Corey Trimble Jimmy Trimble Carl Truesdale Denzil Turner Gene Vincent Carla Walgenback Sheila Wallace Patricia Walters Calvin Ward Mike Ward Kim Wardlow Pam Warf Michael Watson Connie Wayett Annie Weakley Jill Wells Robert Westerman Rod Whittington Jim Williams Donna Winek Linda Wilson Rick Wilson Tammy Wilson Ronnie Wright Connie Wyatt Vicky Wells Ronald Eanes 74f 75CLASS FAVORITES: Bobbie Hess Randy Schaaf CLASS OFFICERS: President: David Guth; Vice-President: Janie Sanders; Secretary: Carol Smith; Treasurer: Kathy Lee. Mitchell Aaron Lori Aiken Clifton Alexander Maria Alexander Patty Allison Howard Anderson Julie Anderson Steve Anderson Ronnie Anthony Paul Asbridge Ken Avery Tommy Bailey Donna Ballard Jeff Bailor Steve Balor Donna Barcroff Mary Jo Barnes Jennifer Barrett Jim Barrett Mike Bass D Leigh Bates Scotty Bayer Brenda Beckam Deborah Bell Herbie Bell Rory Benning Ruby Bernil Elizabeth Berry Alice Biggs Betty Birr John Birr Dennis Blankenship Jack Bloodworth Teresa Bolton Ronnie Bowman Mike Bouch Sandra Bowers Ronald Bowman Jim Boyd Johnny Boykin Deborah Bradford Ervin Bradley Linda Bratchie Carolyn Bratchie Pam Bray Sherry Brembelow Betty Brewer Rory Bricco 78Cheryl Brooks Glinda Brown Jennifer Brown Shelia Brown Shirley Brown Diane Bruenn Debbie Bult Cathy Burness Mike Burress Linda Busch Carol Butt Sherry Butt Ricky Callonas Bobby Campbell Billy Carlisle Lynne Carol Ronnie Carter Billy Carver Charlie Cavens Diane Christopher Vincent Christopher Dorinda Clark Debe Clayton Sharon Clear Ricky Clifton Lee Cole Mike Collier Chuck Collins Eugene Conner Terri Conran Mack Cooper Lilley Crawley Harriet Creesy John Crisp Gail Cross Shelia Cross George Curley Ray Cutcher Linda Damewood Debra Davidson Cynthia Davis Reggie Davis Linda Dean Mark Dean Darla Durham Sam Denton Brenda Dillard Donna Douglas 79Glenda Douglas Diane Dumser Cindy Durham Cheryl Eckhoff Sheri Ellis Paul Enyeart Steven Ervin Mark Evans Nancy Fay Brenda Finch Barbara Fincher Arthur Fisher Teresa Fisher Danny Fitzgerald Robert Flowers Zooann Foor Gary Forrester Chris Frame Lisa Frawley Ame French Wanda French Alan Garret Mike Gayden Denise Gerfin Barbara Gillis Linda Goodwin Jena Gooril Stan Grady Janice Ganberry Judy Grasser Chester Gray Jimmy Gray Jim Gregory Rick Grigg Robbie Grimm Neena Grobleben Sharon Guess David Guth Carol Halliburton Melinda Hamblett Richy Hamilton Anita Harris Beverly Harris Hazel Harris Joni Harris Patricia Harris Tony Harris Kim Harsen 80Jennett Harwell Kenneth Hawkins Joanne Hayden Charles Hennesy Kathy Hebert Jackie Henry Andy Herr Steve Hinson Bobbie Hess Mable Hicks Douglas Hinton Wayne Hodge Eddie Hoffman Marla Holder Guy Hollingsworth Dennis Holmes Robbie Holter Charles Hopper Chuck Hopper Lopez Houston Gene Howell Cevel Howard Cindy Hubbard Rene Hunter Teresa Hutchinson Sherry Jackson Rick Jarratt Carolyn Jaukler Eva Jefferson Vicki Jewah Diana Johnson Gary Johnson Pearlie Johnson Renee J ohnson Freddie Jones Vicky Jones Renie Jones Stewart Kramer Kathy Kelter Edward Kimbrough Brent Kirkland Teresa Knight Crissie Knox Ricky Knox Terry LaComb Lynne Landry Debra Lathana Gary Lawson 81Kathy Lee James Lewis Pam Lewis Bobby Lightsey Laquette Lott Ann Louwein Patti Lovin Missy Lowry Hilda Maclin Mike Maillet Donna Malone Ronnie Malone Rend a Maples Danny Marshall Barbara Martin Brenda Martin Glen Martin Jerry Martin Robin May Barbara Mayer Riche Mayer Tom Mazzarellas Marvin McAlphin Ann McCarty Debbie McClure Leitha McClure Bill Mclnnish Kathy McIntosh John Meroney Dennis Middleton Charles Miles Terri Miller Horace Mincey Cheri Moore Debe Moore Michele Moore Virginia Mundie Charles Murphree Pam Nessle Debbie Noph Mona Oldam Deidre O'Callaghan Kevin Oleiwine Bian O'Neal Nichole Palidino Linda Parks David Parish Barbara Parisotto 82Margie Williams Kathy Payne Lazarus Payton Gloria Peete Morris Pearce Boyce Pennington Bobby Percer Joseph Perkins Charlotte Pike Junior Pinia Randy Pool Linda Poorfleet Barbara Porter Denise Powell Minnie Preyer Audry Pridgeon Wayne Prescot Lynn RadforaQ Peter Reinjes Robbie Reilly JoLynne Reynolds Regina Roberson Wesley Robinson Paul Rabies Keith Rochelle Akimi Rodgers Richard Rogers Ray Rosas Ricky Ross Brenda Rowland Sylvester Royal Clarence Rushing Melody Rutledge Billy Sanders Janice Sanders Jenifer Sanders Stanley Sawicki Cathy Sawin Randy Schaff John Scheiwer James Seals Beverly Shannon Tony Shannon Donna Short Dicky Simmons Suzy Sirmons Annie Smith Carol Smith 83Darrell Smith Joe Smith Linda Smith Kenneth Sneed Larry Snyder Linda Soderland Debbie Sparks Barbara Spencer Shirley Spencer Richard Stanfill Carolyn Stevens Patricia Stevens Karen Still Melvin Stroud Boris Stubbs Libby Stultz Kathy Sutherland Debbie Sykes Suzette Szuba Ezittie Taylor Katherine Taylor Joe Thomas Pete Thompson Rob Thompson Freddie Thornburg Jimmy Thornburg Betty Threlkeld Rozelle Tolbert Pamela Townsend Tony Trujello Jimmy Trussel Janice Tucker Richard Tuggel Tina Turner Curtis Vaughn Deborah Vaughn Carol Veazey Verlerick Verges Cheryl Walker Jerry Warren Heidi Watkins Johnny Watson Calvin Weaver Mark Welch Jeff Wells Kay Welty Tina Whiteman Eddie Wilkinson 8485high potential•" Because its up to Freshmen tCMet the example at Central In the midst of all the social clash, Stage together, , « £ Freshmen class! - Rubin Rix 'CLASS OFFICERS Tod Dixon, President Nancy Turner, V.-President Cathy Rickman, Secretary Donna Calhoun, Treasurer CLASS FAVORITES Robin Huber Jeanne Duncan 87Jean Adair Connie Adams Diane Akin Janice Akin Mike Alewene Bill Allen Kenneth Alien Ronald Allen Sonye Allen Chris Alley Kelly Anderson Anita Anthony Donald Armstrong Perky Arnold Cathy Ballew Glen Barganier Gloria Barganier Larry Barnes Mary Barnes Sharon Barnes Timmy Barratt Ronnie Beam Gloria Beddell Diane Bell Kathy Bell Ronald Bell Tim Bell Cindy Benning Pat Berry Aline Biggs Bruce Biggs Paul Binger Bonnie Black Milton Blowe Lenora Bocklage Robert Bolton Cindy Bomar Keith Bourgeois Cheryl Bowen Billy Bowie Betty Boyd Darrell Boyer John Broadway Cornelius Bradford Tammy Braithwaite David Brekke Mike Brekke Teresa Brooks 88Arnold Brown Conley Brown Elaine Brown Eric Brown Hirly Brown Keith Browning Timmy Buchanan Cindy Burgess Diane Burnett Helen Burnett Teresa Burnett Greg Bushta Donna Butler Micky Butler Charles Butt Janet Cline Sharon Clear Sandra Clear Mary Clayton Mike Clark Daniel Clark Andrew Clark George Christopher Teddi Chase Tony Cash Laria Casey Rona Carter Issac Carraway Clara Carraway John Carlisle Patricia Campbell Leroy Campbell Elroy Campbell Donna Calhoun Tammy Caldwell Donna Cobbs Joyce Cobbs Lorna Coelks Sandra Cole Wheeler Cole Jimmy Coleman J. 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Coleman Allen Colter Darline Comer Diane Cooley Dennis Cook Terry Cook Buddy Cope 89Eartha Cornelius Karen Couch Linda Cowan Susan Cox Liz Cross Michelle Crump Harold Curry Maureen Curley Larry Dagen Laura Damewood Sandra Danley Larry Darbison Tommy Dean Karen Deaton Sally Deaton Ronnie Dees Cindy Dixon Tod Dixon Bo Dodge Jimmy Doelahite Brad Doyle Jeanne Duncan Bill Dunn David Dunn Jean Eanes Lisa Earls Martha Easley Cathy Eckhoff Debbie Edminston Barbara Ellis Rick Ellis Jacoline Emison Jocilyn Emison Vickie England Steve Erland Johnny Ervin Buddy Evans Dusty Evinger Linda Faye Ben Fields Marie Fisk Derek Fort Brenda Forth Clint Freeman Tim Freeman Chuck Fuller David Gaines Debbie Gallevan 90Carol Gaskill Tammi Gatlin Carl Gibeault Dan Giddings Tony Gooch Valerie Gordon Diane Grady Phil Grant Angela Greenwood Margaret Gremmit Marsha Grisham Patty Grose Ricky Grossner Robert Hale Kathy Hamblett Adrian Hall Debbie Hampton Carolyn Hancock David Handley Peggy Hardaway Rickie Harding Richard Hardy Amanda Harger Allen Harreld Cindy Harris David Harris Karen Harris Jeff Hayes Linda Hayes Alvin Henderson Marvin Hicks Susie Hicks Oscar Hickman Diane Hill Linda Hines Sandy Hitchcock Sharon Hodge Pam Hoffman Vickie Holden Terri Holder Brenda Holmes Hustine Horton Don Howell Karen Howard Dennis Howie Randy Howie Peggy Houston Roberta Houston 91Ruby Hubbard Robin Huber Jackie Hucklebee Ted Hunderup Scott Hunter Gregory Irby Louis Jackson Priscilla Jackson Debbie Jacome Bill Jaucer Jo Ann Jennings Carl Johnson Donald Johnson Sharon Johnson Stanley Johnson Carol Johnston Benny Jones David Jones Larry Jones Pearl Jones Shirley Jones Vera Jones Willie Jones Collette Keaner Robert Keiter Cheryl Kelly Kenny Kelly Donald Kernan Cheryl King Clifford Knight Joyce Knight Brian Knipple Paul Kott Paul Kraft Joe LaValley Allen Lavesque Cindy Layman Teresa Leach Debbie Leady Pam Leady Dennis Learned Debbie Leddon Kenny Ledford Kay Lewis Debbie Loft Ricky Loft Susan Long Audrey Lynam 929 Pam Lynam Linda Macelet James Magruder David Marlin Sue Martin Teri Martin Charles Marshell Mike Marsolais Cheri Mason Paul Mason Brenda Massey Carolyn Massey Mike Mashbume Teresa Massey Thomas Massey Wilbur Massey Teresa Matthews Bob Mattingly Tony McClean Clint McDaniel Ricky McFarland Joey McGovern Cealia Mclnnish Mike McKinnis Kevin McVay Beverly Middleton Joyce Middleton Chris Mincey James Mitchell Jerry Moatlrie Donald Moncier Michael Mondie Timmy Montgomery Beverly Mooney Barbara Moore Vanessa Moy Cissy Morgan Joe Morgan Joe Moriarty Ellen Mosely Amy Murphey David Murray Donna Murray Dee Dee Myrick Shirley Newcomb Kathy Nelson Tom Nelson Dorothy Nesbitt 93Anna Nochez Barry O'Callaghn Scott Oily Nora Orr Kay Osborne Jeff Owens Ray Owens Bruce Painter Kenny Parish Alice Payne Gerri Payne Bobby Peete Blakely Pennington Cindy Penter Sandra Phelps Robin Phillips Sherri Phillips Allen Pilkington Jimmy Plessinger Debbie Poole Mike Porter Dorothy Porterfield Phyllis Posey Paula Powell Mike Prevost Dave Prichett David Putnam Donna Rasmussin Panr Ray Randy Ray Susan Rector Janice Reed Clinton Ricks Larry Ricks Gail Richardson Cathy Rickman Hugh Rickman Richard Robello Jim Roberts Major Roberts Rose Roberts Floyd Robinson Gwen Robinson Jeffrey Robinson Ronald Robinson Tim Rodgers Terry Rolke Wanda Rollins 94Janice Rooks Mark Rosas Mike Ross Perry Roston Lee Ruffner Gwen Rush Brian Russell Phillip Russell Joy Rutledge Larry Roberson Bobby Sanders Eileen Sanders Randall Sanders Alan Saylor Pam Scanlon Mike Schaaf Earline Schelz Susan Shelton Wilma Singleton Danny Sites Sandra Sloan Ann Smith Darrell Smith Farrell Smith Freda Smith Jana Lynn Smith Michael Smith Ottis Smith Robert Smith Unzha Smith Vickie Smith Jay Smock Susie Soderland Janet Stacks Pam Stephens Barbara Stewart Gloria Stewart Jesse Stewart Phil Stewart Jimmy Stroud Tony Sullivan Mary Sutherland Joe Sutorus Tracey Swanson Darrell Swords James Tarrancey Carla Taylor Constance Thomas 95Jackie Thomas Larry Thomas Michael Thomas Rae Thomas Jan Thomason Valerie Thompson Margie Thomley Diana Thornton Robin Threlkeld David Tickle Joyce Timbs Reid a Tingler Debbie Tipton Faye Townsend Wayne Trusty Brenda Tuggle Terry Tuggle Nancy Turner Barbara Underwood Tyke Van Shick Vickie Vaughn Randy Vernon Gary Wade Richard Walker Linda Walters Susie Watson Marie Weeks Julie Wells Tommy Westmoreland Cheryl White Jerry White Walter White Lisa Whitten Pete Whitten Billy Whittimore Rock Whittington Jeanne Wilkins Thomas Wilkinson Bret Williams Joyce Williams Robert Williams Lee Wilson Luke Wilson Richard Wire man Geraldine Woods Carol Worley Phoebe Wortham Billy Wright 96Debbie Wright Freddie Wright Gay Wright Mike Wright Mitchell Yaeger 97The crushing force of the Trojan power Comes through at the end of every hour, Like a big, strong horse of black and gold The Trojan athletes shall never fold With the crowd behind them giving a great cheer The Trojan power each school shall fear. 9910010130 l • f 8X. 3 n si i 1st ROW, Left to Right: J. Brown, B. Molder, G. Cline, R. Carter, M. Cooper, B. Person, J, Tressel, D. Barger, R. Thomely, M. Barrat, E. Hoffman. 2nd ROW; R. Westerman, J. Langford, R. Benning, C. Nelson, M. Page, M. Davis, J. McMullen, B. Bell, S. Williams, R. Blair, D. Guth, R. Tuggle. 3rd ROW; D. Weaver, M. Hill, D. Thomas, H. Bell, J. Tickle, H. Knitht, M. Underwood, R. Robles, Roelke, Middleton, Middleton. 4th ROW: Clements, Bowman, Peete, Brown, Prevost, Garcia, Stewart, Wages, Armor, H. Preyer. COACHES: Crump, Williams, Billings, and Osborne. 102 Coaches help an injured player off the field. t 40 : Q6 Trojans on the go! This year the TROJANS were tough. They lost several games, but beating them came hard for the other team. TROJAN players contributed many individual talents. Rupert Peete and Mark Barrat were voted on the All Big Ten Conference team. Glen Stewart and Mark Barrat were chosen for the All County team, Trojans' Ray Prevost takes half of opponents for a first down. 103Sophomore, Dennis Holmes - 21 moves over the goal line for a touchdown in a B-game. A Pack of Jolly Seniors: Left to right, Jimmy Tickle, Mike Page, Harrold Preyer, and Donald "Duck" Weaver. Halfback - Mario Garcia leads the Trojans in the rushing department with 239 yards. 104HARROLD PREYER Defensive End - 2 yr. letterman DONALD WEAVER - 72 Noseguard - 1 yr. letterman JIMMY TICKLE - 70 Tackle - 1 yr. letterman WHIT WAGES - 67 JAMES BROWN - 62 Middle Linebacker Guard - 4 yr. letterman 4 yr. letterman 105RUPERT PEETE - 43 Halfback - 4 yr. letterman All-Big Ten Conference ROSENDO ROBLES - 74 Halfback - 1 yr. letterman RAY PREVOST - 23 RALPH THOM LEY - 44 Halfback - 4 yr. letterman Fullback - 4 yr. letterman 106DAVID TRUNDLE - 71 Guard - 4 yr. letterman AUDIE SCOTT - 75 Tackle - 2 yr. letterman GLENN STEWART - 87 Defensive Tackle 3 yr. letterman All County MARK BARRET - 31 Split-end - 4 yr. letterman All County MIKE PAGE - 85 Defensive-end - 3 yr. letterman 107LORRAINE SIMMONS Senior 2,3,4 TANYA WATKINS Senior 1,4 LINDA DOUGLAS Senior 4 Varsity Cheerleaders The 1972-73 varsity cheerleaders, sponsored by Mrs. Ruth Ann Moore worked very hard this year leading cheers at football games, basketball games and pep assemblies. They are to be commended on a job well done. CINDY COFFMAN Captain Senior 1,2,3,4BOTTOM, Left to Right: Lorraine Simmons, Cindy Coffman, Tanya Watkins, Heidi Watkins, Robin Moore. TOP: Jan Eubanks, Rind a Maples, Jennifer Sanders, Linda Douglas, Anita Garcia. JENNIFER SANDERS Sophomore 1,2 HEIDI WATKINS Sophomore 2 RINDA MAPLES Sophomore 2LEFT TO RIGHT: Rae Thomas, Margaret Grimmitt, Phoebe Wortham, Pam Scanlan, Janice Akin (alternate), Gloria Stewart (alternate), Jean Eanes, Beverly Mooney, Diane Akin (captain), Jeanne Duncan. Freshmen Cheerleaders The Freshman cheerleaders led cheers at their own football and basketball games. These girls deserve a lot of credit for their hard work.Quarter-back, Craig Nelson - 13 lead the Trojans in most yards passing with 874 yards for 44 per cent.7reshman Football KNEELING: T. Roelke, G. Satterfield, C. Butt, J. Birr, B. Hale, C. Marshall, F. Smith, T. Cash, M. Prevost, T. Barratt, H. Rickman (manager). SECOND ROW: Gary Williams (Head Coach), D. Kennen, T. Westmoreland, P. Berry, M. McKinnis, J. Sutorus, W. Dodge, K. Parrish, D. Thomas, L. Roberson, M. Marsalais, J. Dixon, B. A. White (Coach). THIRD ROW: A. Leveque, D. Smith, L. Dagen.'R. Wireman, B. Williams. T. Sullivan, R. Huber, H. Curry. The Freshmen football team had an aver age season. Their hopes for the future are promising. Good Luck Baby Trojans.THE PACK IS BACK: Elvin Taylor, Woodie Davis, Danny Goff, Norman Carter, Jim Brown, Tim Reese, Robert Pike, Jack Fiene, Jim Cobbs, Maurice Peete, Marvin Harris, Coach Dill. Mike Dill, head coach of the varsity team, was out most of the year because of personal problems. We hope he will be back next year in good health and with a good team. Nathaniel Moore, coach of the B-team and is assistant coach of the varsity team. Gary Williams, coach of the Freshman team and assists the coaching of the varsity team. 114Varsity Basketball The Trojans were an off and on team this year. In some games they managed to really out play their opponents. And in other games they were not able to get it all together. One can only say that Luck just wasn't running their way. But this mighty Trojan team pulled in several good victories. Senior guard Danny Goff is an absolute must when a defensive play is needed. He helps out on offense, too. X, Junior guard Jim Cobbs is just one of the good shooters on the team. In this picture Jim adds a bucket to the many he had in the Trojans' upset victory over Bartlet. Elvin Taylor is another one of the fabulous guards. He puts up a shot over two defenders. Knowing when to pass is also a big factor. Jim Cobbs is one of the greatest. 115Junior Forward Woodie Davis lays one up. Cobbs gets a juniper. Jim Brown shoots two in a losing battle to Collierville. 117B-Team Basketball TACKY BUT TOUGH: Larry Thomas, Dennis Holmes, Keith Rochell, Larry Pitts, Bruce Thompson, Curtis Clements, Floyd Williamson, Calvin Gray, James Seals, Timothy Thomas.This year's B-team was one of the toughest ever. With the shoot ing of players like Larry Thomas, Larry Pitts, and Bruce Thompson, the team managed to win most of their games. They should have great hopes for the future. In these pictures, Larry Thomas and Curtis Clements show how defense is sometimes the name of the game. 119Forward c Guard Dennis Holmes controlled the ball for the TROJANS.121Freshman Basketball The Freshmen had a pretty good team this year with a lot of individually good players. With shooters like Rubin Rix, Ben Fields and Robert Williams the baby Trojans have a good future ahead of them. The Freshmen won most of their games and took third place in their tough district tournament. LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Craft, Eric Ragland, Harrold Curry, Bill Dunn, Bill Allen, Benjamin Fields, Tom Nelson, Wilbert Massey, Robert Williams, David Murry, Pat Berry, Kenneth Allen. Eric Ragland, Wilbert Massey, and Harrold Curry were the best shooters on this year's team. They were the leading scorers throughout the season. Ben Fields and Wilbert Massey were the leading rebounders on the team this year. The Freshmen's record on the year was 9-7. They were third in both the district and the county tournaments. 122Pat Berry, another good shooter, puts up two for the Trojans. 123 Freshmen Rubin Rix, who was unable to play the last part of the season because of leg injury, puts up a driving layup.Senior Lettermen RIGHT: Danny Goff is one of the three seniors on the team this year. Danny plays guard and is good at his position. He also played on the Trojan B-team and Freshman team as an underclassman. Elvin Taylor is another senior guard on the team. Elvin plays first five. Elvin, or Papa, as he is nicknamed, played his first ball at E. A. Harrold and played only on the Freshman team as an underclassman at Millington. 124Norman Carter is the third senior on the team. Norman plays the forward and center position and is a member of the first five. He is only one of the many good players on the team. Norman played his first ball at Woodstock. He played on the B-team at Millington when he came here in his sophomore year. He played varsity in junior year, also. 125Returning Baseball Lettermen LEFT TO RIGHT: Mack Cooper, Jim Boyd, Ray Prevost, Kenny Marcum, Coach Osborne, Mark Barratt, Eddie Hoffman, Jeff Willis.Returning Trackmen KNEELING: Coach Williams. LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Marshal, R. Stanfield, R. Benning, T. Jones, Jimmy Brown, D. Parish, J. Langford, P. Thompson, B. Middleton, D. Holmes, J. Perkins, R. Rodgers, S. Williams, C. Gray. 127Many together acting as one Planning, working, and having fun. Each giving his best in his own way. Learning 3nd sharing day by day.t 129BRIAN O'CALLAGHAN EUNICE PAYNE PAULA PRUETT SANDRA ROBERSON JAN ROBERTSON DENNIS SANDERS ROBIN SCOTT AUDIE SCOTT BARRY SNEED CAROL STROUD CHARLOTTE THOMAS DEBBIE TURNBOW STEVE WASHINGTON MARGARET WELLES BOB WILLIAMS TERRY WILSON STEVE ARMOUR WILLIAM BOCKLAGE GARY CLINE JULIA COLVETT JUDY EUBANKS DIANE GAGNON ANITA GARCIA KATHY KELLEY HANK MILLER JANIS REDING CARLA WALGENBACH LINDA WILSON 130President: DAWN DAWSON Vice-President: MARK HERR Secretary: TANYA WATKINS Treasurer; GAIL PARSONS National Honor Society Sponsor; MRS. EASLEY KENNY ARNETT SAM ETTA BAILEY CATHERINE BOCKLAGE CATHY BOWEN RAY CLARK FRAN CROSS PAM DANIELS SUE GOODWIN CHERYL GOOCH JACKIE HARDAWAY DARIUS HARRIS ELIZABETH JAMES GLENDA JOHNSON LARRY KING ANITA LEVY EDNA MILES NINA MOBRAK DIANE NEWLON 131National Beta Club The Beta Club consists of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have an over-all grade average of 90. These students also must be on the Citizenship Honor Roll consistently. One of the Beta Club's main activities is die raising of money for various charities. Presidents CATHY BOWEN Vice-President: LEIGH BOWERS Secretary: ANITA GARCIA Treasurers DARIUS HARRIS Sponsors: MR. JAMES LEAKS MRS. FLOY HARRIS SOPHOMORES: 1st ROW; Ricky Clifton, Debra David, Donna Malone, Eugene Conners, Kathy Saw in, Barbara Martin. 2nd ROW: Carol Smith. Mona Oldham, Theresa Bolton, Elizabeth Berry, Heidi Watkins, Carol Veazey, Charles Henesy. 3rd ROW: Pete Thompson, Terry Miller, D'Leigh Bates, Charlotte Pike, Janie Sanders, Mark Dean, Doug Hinton, Melvin Stroud. 4th ROW: Pam Bray, Robin May, Karen Still, Michele Moore, Marcia Willis, Rennie Johnson, Dennis Blankenship. 1st ROW: Mrs. James Leaks, Debra Daniels, Julia Colvett, Judy Eubanks, Jan Eubanks, Cathy Thomley, Connie Morgan, Sandra Rowland, Jeannie Tilghman. 2nd ROW: Hank Miller, Carla Walgenbach, Cathy Durham, Kim Wardlow, Susan Roelke, Robin Moore, Bill Scanlan, Dara Collom, Leigh Bowers. 3rd ROW: Dee-Dee Dows, Diane Gagnon, Kathy Kelley, Janis Reding, Tanya Gearhart, Carl Davis, Morris Gw in, Barbara Hale, Rod Whittington, Pat McClure. 132Bonnie Anderson Kenny Arnett Sam Etta Bailey Mark Barratt Pat Berry Janice Blankenship Cathering Bocklage Cathy Bowen Diane Burgess Jenny Bures Sara Butt Ray Clark Pam Daniels Dawn Dawson Joanna Denton Keith Festag Darius Harris Mark Herr Debbie Higgins Brenda Howard Elois Hudson Debra Hutcheson Elizabeth James Larry King Cindy Knowles Wayne Landry Anita Levy Diane Loft Edna Miles Diane Newlon Brian O'Callaghan Gail Parsons Emily Perkins Paula Pruitt Sandra Roberson Jan Robertson Danny Rutledge Dennis Sanders Audie Scott Carol Stroud Charlotte Thomas Brenda Thomason Debbie Turnbow Steve Washington Tanya Watkins Robert Williams Theresa Wilson 133Arete Honors Excellence Arete is a Greek word meaning "excellence in everything!” This club is composed of students who have made the scholastic honor roll five of six times during the year. The club's basic activity is raising money for a college scholarship. The members receive a scholastic letter or bar at graduation exercises. 1st ROW; Debra Davidson. Mary Barnes, Dawn Dawson, Linda Wilson, Anita Garcia, Eugene Conners. 2nd ROW: Sharon Guess, D'Leigh Bates, Robin May, Theresa Bolton, Darius Harris, Leigh Boweis. 3rd ROW: Heidi Watkins, Terry Miller, Sandra Roberson, Debra Daniels, Catherine Bocklage, Sam Etta Bailey, Charles Henesy. 4th ROW: Julia Colvett, Carla Walgenbach, Diane Gagnon, Debbie Pittman, Larry King, Dennis Sanders, William Bocklage. 134Student Council The student council of MCHS is known as the student body voice. The group is composed of two elected representatives of each class and each class president. This council supervises all class elections and sponsors the annual Senior tea. The council also offers suggestions to the administration that are favorable to the students . President; KENNY ARNETT Sponsors: MR. DILL AND MRS. HARRIS 135 STANDING: Ray Owens, Michele Moore, Steve Armour, Whit Wages. SITTING: Joy Rutledge, Cindy Coffman, Judy Eubanks, Brent Kirkland.Mascot: GARY MORA LEFT TO RIGHT: Treasurer Julia Colvett, Parliamentarian Theresa Wilson, Committee Chairman Debbie Glisson, President Carol Stroud, Vice-President Eddie Plemmons, Historian Terri Mauldin, Reporter Caye Crenshaw, Secretary Debbie Young.Pep Club Supports Trojans The main objectives of the Pep Club are to support the Trojan teams and promote school spirit. The Pep Club sponsors all die activities of Homecoming Week and Winter Festival. They also sell ribbons and buttons in addition to cheering energetically at pep assemblies. Sponsor: MISS GENE GILLETTEFIRST ROW: T. Handley, J. Colvett, F. Still, T. Gearhart. SECOND ROW: B. Thomason, D. Gagnon, D. Turnbow. THIRD ROW: M, Haley, S. Bailey, E. Miles, P. Pruett, C. Bocklage. FOURTH ROW: D. Sanders, C. Emison, D. Harris, C. Bowen. Quill And Scroll Rewards Literary Achievement Students who have excelled in journalism are honored by acceptance in this international organization. To become a member one must be a junior or senior who has done exceptional work on either the paper or annual staff. Members are selected by the paper and annual staff advisors. President: CATHY BOCKLAGE Sponsor: MISS LINDA REDING OFFICERS: Secretary: TRISHA HANDLEY Treasurer: MARY HALEY Vice-President: JULIA COLVETT Parliamentarian: CATHY BOWEN 138Thespians Develop Acting Talent In order to obtain the ten Thespian points needed for membership to this drama club, students work hard at acting, helping back-stage at plays, and promoting plays. This year's annual production, "A Christmas Carol, " reflected the student body's interest in this exciting field of entertainment.Key Club Serves Community The Key Club is a new addition to MCHS. This club, sponsored by the Kiwanis, consists of boys with a willingness to serve the school and their community. A "C" average is required for membership to this club. The club's school sponsor is Commander Crawford. President: GARY CLINE Vice-President: CHARLES BUTT Secretary: BOBBY JACOME Treasurer: ERIC McVAY 1st ROW: Cary Cline, Larry King, Bobby Jacome, Delanor Smith. 2nd ROW: Charles Butt, Hank Miller, Brian O'Callaghan. 3rd ROW; BillScanlan, Jan Robertson, Kenny Markham, Ron Blair, Jim Williams, Eric McVay, Damon Linkous. 140 Staff Members: TONY EARLS, CINDY DURHAM, STEVE GASKILL, JANIS REDING, TOMMY BAILEY Campus Life Campus Life is a religious organization which encourages Christian witnessing among the students of MCHS. This year the club helped promote the religious movie "A Time to Run." Sponsor; MRS. BOWERS 141Treasurer DEBI GARCIA Secretary PAT BERRY President MARY HALEY Vice-President BRENDA THOMASON General Chairman JANET TALMADGE Sponsor MISS RAMSEY 142Y -Teens Encourages Sports and Services The Millington Y-Teen chapter is affiliated with the YWCA in Memphis. Y-Teen members participate in volleyball, basketball, and softball. Aside from sports, members, also sponsor an annual slumber party for students and actively serve the Millington community. 143UPSTAIRS STAFF: K. Coleman, E. Vunkannon, G. Parsons, P. Johnson, J. Harris, J. Eanes, K. Gibson C. Bomar, C. Wyatt. DOWNSTAIRS STAFF: FRONT ROW: L. Smith, L. Morgan, S. Douglas. SECOND ROW: D. Pittman, B. Erwin, J. Holloway, D. Harris, G. Stephens, D. Johnson, S. Holloway, G. Broadway. Library Staff Lends Aid The library staff is an invaluable aid to the students of Millington. The problems and responsibilities of keeping books available for the readers are the concerns of the library staff and librarians. Their duties Include checking out books and reshelving them. LIBRARIANS: Mrs. Wright, Miss DeShazo, Mrs. Smith. 144Creative Ability Expressed By Art Club The talented members of this club have contributed much to the entertaining events of the past year. They helped with the scenery of the White Christmas program and the Thespian play. Their art exhibit also added a bit of welcome color to the landscape of Millington. Vice-President: SARA BUTT Treasurer: ROSEMARIE SOUTHERN President: PAULA PRUETT Historian: JACKIE HENRY Sergeant-At-Arms: GARA MORA Sponsor: MISS NORWOOD FIRST ROW; P. Pruett, S. Butt, D. Jacome, S. Goodwin, R. Southern, C. Miles. SECOND ROW: Miss Norwood, C. Knowles, Z. Stubbs, T. Handley, G. Mora, D. Gagnon, M. Dean. THIRD ROW: B. Mayer, K. Hebert, L. Damewood, F. Still, D. Louwein, S. Jackson, R. Bell, M. Underwood. 145FRONT ROW; Mary Haley, M. Threlkeld, R. Clark, C. Bowen, P. Berry, A. Levy. SECOND ROW: F. Still, D. Jacome, C, Veazey, H. Watkins, T. Miller, L. Frawley, Mrs. Powell. THIRD ROW: D. Young, K. Hebert, D. Dumser, K. Still, B. Howard, M. Cooper, J. Tucker. LEFT TO RIGHT: Treasurer Donna Jacome, President Anita Levy, Vice-President Mrytle Threlkeld, Secretary Mary Haley. FT A Trains Prospective Teachers President: ANITA LEVY Sponsor: MRS. BRENDA POWELL Future Teachers of America is a club formed for students interested in entering the teaching profession. In order to further this aim, the club awards a $50 scholarship to a senior interested in teaching. 146OFFICERS, Left to Right: Secretary Cheryl Sparks, Treasurer Rosemary Southern, President Charlotte Thomas, Reporter Robin Scott, Vice-President Linda Douglas, Assistant Reporter Jackie Roberts, Assistant Secretary Elois Hudson, Sponsor Mrs. Tolbert. TO EC Per sues Office Careers The Tennessee Office educational Club is one of the more practical clubs at Millington. It provides office and secretary training for students interested in the business field. Some of the club's activities included field trips to Sawyer Business College and Arlington’s Children Hospital. The club also sold jewelry and all-occasion cards to raise money. Moana Numera was elected State Parliamentarian for the club. 147 FIRST ROW; R. Southern, C. Hunter, C. Thomas, C. Sparks, J. Hurdle, E. Hudson, S. Stewart, L. Douglas. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Tolbert, B. Bomprezzi, D. Cope, R. Scott, E. James, D. Higgins, F. Cross, T. Wilson, L. Schiewer, B. Bolton, T. Roberts, A. Olsen, B. McNatt, T. Wilson.148 JUNIOR DEGREE: FRONT ROW: Barbara Underwood, Margaret Grim -mitt, Nora Orr. SECOND ROW: Tracye Swanson, Susan Hicks, Lynne Carroll.OFFICERS: SITTING: Carol Smith, Carol Veazey, Kathy Sawin, President Hilda Maclin, Eunice Payne, Vice-President Tina Turner, Gale Cole. STANDING: Alice Biggs, Brenda Fields, Frankie Porterfield. FHA Focus On Human Relations The 1972-73 theme for Future Homemakers of America was "The Emerging You". The main projects concerned love, race relations, senior citizens, ecology, and patriotism. As a result of these projects, a Halloween party was given for children at the Dunlap Home and FHA'ers made and filled Christmas stockings for the men and women at Coleman Nursing Home. These projects fitted in perfectly with the FHA goals, which are to develop leadership, promote the joys of homemaking, and involve youths in group activities. 149DECA Trains Students In Business Fields The Millington chapter of Distributive Education Clubs has been one of the most active clubs at Millington. Besides providing students with managing and marketing training, DECA sponsored a school dance, sold pillows and key chains to raise money. President: DANNY RUTLEDGE Vice-President: DEBBIE DANIELS Reporter: SANDRA ROBERSON Secretary; PAM DANIELS Historian: KATHY BAKER Parliamentarian: RHONDA MASTERS Treasurer: EDNA VUNKANNON Sponsor: MR. FRED MORGAN ISOAuto Mechanics Trained For Careers To be eligible for membership to the Auto Mechanics Club, one must be enrolled in the Vocational Auto Mechanics course. The purposes of this club are to develop leadership qualities and show the potentials and career in the mechanical field. OFFICERS: President JO ANNA SHOULDERS, Vice-President WAINE RATLIFF, Secretary RANDY CROOK, Treasurer MARK R. SMITH, Parliamentarian JERRY ERVIN, Reporter TOMMY OLDHAM, Sergeant of Arms LESLIE BARGIANER. 151FIRST PLATOON SECOND PLATOON THIRD PLATOONFOURTH PLATOON Training The Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps gives extensive training in the military fields. Some of the organization's main objectives are to promote habits of orderliness, develop respect for authority, and encourage personal honor. Both technical and academic training is provided. FIFTH PLATOON SPONSORS 153JUDICIAL COUNCIL SITTING: B. Finch, C. Veazey, C. Rickman, J. Robertson, S. Jefferson, B. O'Callaghan, R. Reilly. STANDING: W. Carthron, E. McVay, R. Bernil. Beginner Band 154And The Band Played On.. Under the leadership of Charles Cahill, the band has become an important outlet for demonstration of students’ musical talent. Their many hours of hard work and practice have been shown in their enjoyable halftime shows, parades, and concerts. FRONT ROW: Brenda Martin, Dawn Dawson, Debbie Pittman, Pam Bray. LEFT TO RIGHT: Trent McVay, Delinore Smith, Keith Booker, Mr. Cahill, Charles Murphree, dead us Jones, Rudy Bernil. Marching Band 155Chorus CHORUS JUDICIAL COUNCIL: Left to Right: Laura Damewood, Gail Parsons, Venus Poortvliet, Fredna Johnson, Raul Robles. FRONT: Charles J. Cahill - Director; Charlotte, Dawn Dawson - Pianist; Debbie Pittman - Guitarist. SECOND ROW: J. Coelho, D. Jacome, B. House, V. Poortviiet, M. Holden, G. Johnson, L. Damewood, D. Parham, B. Finch, G. Parsons. THIRD ROW: S. Roelke, D. McLure, K. Keltner, S. Bowens, D. Tieton, C. Keenen, R. Raithel, G. Leady. FOURTH ROW: F. Johnson, A. Bailey, D. Winek, P. Stephens, W. Brooks, R. Howard, E. Schulz. FIFTH ROW: B. Mclnnish, T. Adair, R. Robles, J. Mitchell, B. O’Callaghan. 156STANDING: Judy Yetter, Donna Jacome, Pattye Keaney, Cindy Durham, Carol Veazey. KNEELING: Cindy Harris, Mary Bailey, Cathy Rickman. Majorettes Show Talent Football season is the busiest time of the year for the majorettes. At this time, they work hard to provide entertainment at the halftime shows of the football games. The majorettes also must be able to play an instrument in the band. Marching in various parades is also expected of the majorettes. 157158 159Searching; Working; Pulling it all together; Being a part of things; Sharing the rewards. These things make up the participant. The P a r t c I p a n t 161Hall Of Fame KENNY ARNETT RIGHT: RAY PREVOST TANYA WATKINS BELOW: BARRY SNEED DAWN DAWSON MARY HALEY 162Hall Of Fame I CINDY COFFMAN LEFT: MARK BARRATT LORRAINE SIMMONS BELOW: CATHERINE BOCKLAGE DARIUS HARRIS LARRY KING NOT PICTURED: BRIAN O'CALLAGHAN 163Miss MCHS 165Winter Festival 1973 “Le Cirque Magnifique” The "magnificent circus" started with the crowning of Anita Grey as Winter Festival queen preceding the exciting victory over Bolton. It finished with die couples jiving to the music of "Concrete and Stone." WINTER FESTIVAL COURT: Jan Eubanks, Judy Eubanks, D eigh Bates, Tanya Watkins, Carol Stroud, Queen Anita Gray, 1972 Queen Vanessa Curry, Sarah Cole, Darius Harres, Mary Haley, Pam Daniels. Jennifer Sanders.Valedictorian: CATHERINE BOCKLAGE Salutatorian: LARRY KINGActivities Add To Homecoming WeekStrolling Through Paradise HOMECOMING COURT: Heidi Watkins. Bobbi Hess. Anita Garcia, Linda Wilson. Queen Donna Jacome. Dawn Dawson, Cindy Coffman, Robin Moore, and Lorraine Simmons. 170I One hundred fifty couples "strolled through paradise” on October 20 to mark Homecoming 1972. A high point of the evening was the crowning of Donna Ja-come as Homecoming Queen. Later the mood became more intimate as the couples danced to the music of the "Young Americans." 171Co-Editors: CATHERINE BOCKLAGE DEBBIE TURNBOW Business Manager: FRANCIS STILL 172I Trojan Paper Staff STAFF DEBBIE LOVIN TED HUNDERUP BARBARA MARTIN LORRAINE SIMMONS DIANE GAGNON HEIDI WATKINS KATHY HAMBLETT TANYA WATKINS SARA BUTT TOM BUCHANAN MARK BUCHANAN MARTHA EASLEY MYRTLE MORRISON JOHN SCHEIWER BRENT KIRKLAND ROBBIE REILLY Advisor: MISS LINDA REDING EDITORS: Cathy Bowen, Fran Still, Julia Colvett, Edna Miles, Catherine Bocklage, Paula Pruitt. NOT PICTURED: Donna Jacome, James Langford.1973 Yearbook Staff STAFF •Anita Levy Sam Etta Bailey Morris Gwin •Kathy Kelley Dee-Dee Dows •Lyn McFarland Patricia Harris •Carla Walgenbach Janis Reding Kenny Arnett •Editors •Roy Jefferson Connie Morgan •Eunice Payne Linda Duncan •Brenda Thomason Paul Plessinger Sara Cole •Jenny Bures Leigh Ann Bowers Larry Schweizer Trisha Handley - Business Manager 174CO-EDITORS: Mary Haley and Darius Harris The Annual Staff presents a 2nd place trophy to Mr. Morton at the yearbook assembly. The Trophy was won last summer at a yearbook clinic. Advisor: MRS. BRENDA POWELL 175Thespians Present “A Christmas Carol” 176Wtr CAST: Scrooge - Eddie Plemmons Ghost of Christmas Past - Tanya Watkins Ghost of Christmas Present - Diane Gagnon Ghost of Christmas Future - Pam Daniels Bob Crachit - Duck Weaver Ghost of Marley - Chester Gray Servant - Linda Damwood Fred - Ray Prevost Mrs. Fred - Vicki Frawley Delivery Boy - Gary MoraStudent Awards RIGHT: DIANE GAGNON Speech Winner "My Responsibility to Freedom" J1 ABOVE: DAWN DAWSON Junior Miss and DAR Recipient RIGHT; SUE GOODWIN Betty Crocker Homemaker of TomorrowMOST ATTRACTIVE: Cindy Coffman and Randy Roberts FRIENDLIEST: Sam Etta Bailey and Steve Washington Who’s Who MOST MISCHIEVOUS: Edna Vun Kannon and Bobby Carver 179Who’s Who MOST DEPENDABLE: Zenobia Stubbs and Ray Prevost MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED; Catherine Bocklage and Larry King MOST FLIRTATIOUS: Dawn Dawson and Randy Crook MOST ENERGETIC: Tanya Watkins and Danny GolfMOST ATHLETIC: Rayeanne Williams and Mark Barratt Who’s Who BEST DRESSED: Nancy Keune and Eddie Plemmons 181Who’s Who. . . MOST TALENTED: Trisha Handley and Brian O'Callaghan. . And Who’s Not 183FRANK RYBURN FORD, INC. Small enough to know you . . 4701 Navy Rd. FORD Mustang • Falcon • Fairlane • Ford - Thunder-bird Mustang, Pinto, Torino, Ford, Thunderbird Nobody Beats a Ryburn Deal 872-3371 A. J. ELECTRONICS 5077 Navy Road 872-0058 Millington, Tennessee COLE LUMBER COMPANY RIP VAN WINKLE MOTEL 7920 Hwy. 51 Millington, Tennessee W. M. (BILL) CARPENTER, Mgr. MIRIAM CARPENTER, Asst. Mgr. 872-3361 4669 Navy Rd. RUTH PHILIP’S FLOWER GIFT SHOP SEARS Retail Appliance Center Complete Catalogue Facilities Millington, Tenn. 7885 Hwy. 51 NorthLIBERTY SUPERMARKET 75 6347 Navy Road Open 7 Days 8AM-9PM Millington, Tenn. 872-4240 New Homes Industrial and Rentals Commercial Equities Farms LltTING IERVCC 30 Salesmen At Your Service Compliments of Rjccg ESTELL’S BEAUTY SALON Raleigh Office - 2957 Austin Peay 386-9970 Frayser Office - 5204 Hwy. 51 N. Phone 358-3731 5035 Navy Road Compliments of BOBBIE’S SHOES BEN FRANKLIN STORE Ladies Name Brand Discount Shoes Up to 60% Discount Shoes 6353 Navy Rd. Millington, Tenn. 4810 Navy Rd. 872-0966 nf RAWLS REXALL DRUGS yVI . "A Good Drug Store" 3 ( ( 872-3341 The Plaza Naw Road Millington, Tenn. 187MILLINGTON TELEPHONE COMPANY 4870 Navy Road Millington, Tennessee W. S. “BABE” HOWARD, PRESIDENT GENERAL MANAGER Phone: Bus. 872-3311 Res. 872-4422 Serving: Millington, Munford, Drummonds Rosemark, Shelby Forest Naval Air Station Mason and Stanton ExchangesSAM D. FEE MOTOR SALES McGEE BODY SHOP Pontiac Sales and Service JUNIOR McGEE 619 Hwy. 51 Wrecks Rebuilt Expert Painting Covington, Tennessee 5032 Navy Rd. (Memphis Phone) Millington, Tenn. 526-3657 Phone - 872-3187 Res. 872-0068 COLVETT CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH, INC. "Stop by 7873 Hwy. 51 at Navy Road t0 Millington, Tenn. 8eeus!" 872-0195 QUALITY PARTS OMA JEANS 872-3377 5014 Navy Road Millington, Tenn. Dress Shop in the Plaza LEDFORD MOBIL SERVICE 7825 Hwy. 51 Millington, TennesseeWAGES FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE INC. Motorola Zenith Retail Center 872-3366 Millington, TennesseeRANEY’S BIG STAR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Millington, Tenn. Complete Line of Fresh Vegetables and Quality Meats. Phone: 872-0118 Shop Raney's and Live Well FIRESTONE RUTH PHILLIPS FLOWER GIFTS Dealer Store 872-3347 4669 Navy Rd. Plaza 872-1321 Millington, Tenn. AL DANEE’S HODGE’S GULF BEAUTY SALON 4629 Navy Road ALVIN MAPLES Owner Phone: 872-3675 Millington, Tenn. 7409 Nelson 24-Hr. Road and Wrecker Service 872-3379 191Quality Checked Jju meAk, MILK — ICE CREAM Sure Sign of Flavor • Laboratory Controlled Quality • Modern Plant • Refrigerated Fleet for Delivery • West Tennessee Milk from West Tennessee Farms • West Tennessee Workers Striving to Serve You Better "A Satisified Customer is Our First Consideration" ENJOY MILK £ ICE CREAMThe Best For Less “HOME OF THE BIG TEE BURGER” All Beef Patties Only Burgers - Fish - Chicken Triple Thick Shakes 50 Flavors Try Our '69 Prices Though We Pay Higher Cost FOWLSTON’S 7816 Hwy. 51 RESTAURANT 872-2854 MILLINGTON FUNERAL HOME “WE GIVE SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST” 872-2273 7738 Church Street W. O. STEWART - Millington Manager 193CURTIS PERSON CHEVROLET “YOUR FRIENDLY DEALER” Millington, Tennessee 194FOR THICK CREAMY SHAKES AND MALTS VISIT THE Foot Long Hot Dogs 872-1547 MALT BAR Pit Barbeque 4663 Navy RoadMILLINGTON FURNITURE COMPANYANGLIN’S DRIVE IN GROCERY Compliments of MEDFORD REALTY COMPANY 7764 Hwy. 51 N. Millington Sales and Rentals 5048 Navy Road SOUTHERN MEAT CO. Men's Hair Styling Wholesale Come in and and Fill Your Retail Freezer 872-4264 Complete Service for Home Freezer SCOTTIE’S BARBER SHOP AND STYLE 872-3423 Closed Monday 4958 Navy Rd. (Retail Shopping Center ) FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFMEMPHIS MILLINGTON BRANCH "Your Area Full Service Bank" Navy Road 197MERLE NORMAN COSMETICS WIGS "Where You Try Before You Buy" Free Makeup Lessons 7917 "C" St. , Millington (Across from Post Office) 872-7373 FOOD STORE Open 8:00 til 12:00 7 Days 4804 Navy Rd. Western Auto Dealer "Your Home Owned Family Store" lestfifn (ho 5043 Navy Road Hunting and Fishing Licenses Sold Here Millington, Tennessee fin.in- MILLINd TON l lv-K;i lwilnt' Works I9f W K NOKVKl.l. • U III i •lii.Vi Slu lln lid Millmulun. TrimPEOPLE’S STATE BANK Member F. D. I. C. Millington, Tennessee 199We don’t uuike promises. We make guarantees. ( In the event your enlistment commitment is not honored, and the problem cannot n't be resolved by your Commander and • 5SS- Personnel Otticer. w nte directly to Chiel 1 oi Personnel Operations. Headauarters. Department ol the Army, using tne iollow mg abbreviated address HQDA(DAPOEPAR) »Washington D C 203A0 FOR THE FACTS : SFC JOHNNIE C. GREEN Northgate Recruiting Station Northgate Shopping Center Memphis, TN 38127 Phone: 358-0062 Todays Army wants to join you. I SAID, "That's if! Th. and! No more pieturas! No mora flatting out of classes' As a matter of fact, I think wa should vote on whether or not we should have a year-book nert year!" 200202203204206 207c 208


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