Millington High School - Trojan Yearbook (Millington, TN)

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 EDITOR: ANGIE GREGORY ASSISTANT EDITORS: LAINA BUSH MARGARET MORRISON opening 3 4 opening. . STAY ALIVE Activities . . MASTERMIND Faculty . . PERFECTION Seniors . . CLASSES 11 HEADACHE6 opening4 opening 78 openingopening 910 openingry 1 SENIOR! SECTION ONLY opening 1116 activitiesfSTUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is an organization which serves as a common bond between the students and the administration. The students supervise all school elections, make Christmas baskets, and prepare student handbooks. Student Council Officers: (L to R): Jack Mayo, Treasurer; Rubye Mincey, Secretary; Er-min Amaba, President; Jimmy Timberlake, Vice President. Class Presidents: (L to R): 9th — Michelle Vinson; 10th — Marc Diaz; 11th — Lulu Turner; 12th — Dawn Grimmitt. Senior Representatives: Travis Ransom. Rubye Mincey. Jack Mayo. Junior Representatives: Wendy Durham. Todd Parsons. Rebecca Autry. Sophomore Representatives: Sheryl Speck. Kevin Carr, Eileen Amaba. Freshman Representatives: Melony Jones, Rusty Wilkins, Sharon Norwood. 18 activities» Activities 19LIBRARY ASSISTANTS TEACHERS’ AIDESWORDSMITH Seniors First Place, Donna Underwood Second Place, Emily Hasty Third Place, Patricia Bright Tie Lynne Rodell Juniors First Place, Michael Labonte Second Place, James Wiles Wordsmith is a competition sponsored by the Literary Guild. Students from each grade are recommended by their English teachers. These students are selected on the basis of their writing ability and word knowledge. To accumulate points, they compete in the 40 word dash, the 80 word dash, the 120 word dash, and Scrabble. A first, second and third place winner is chosen from each grade, and the person with the most points is the grand prize winner. The students who place first and second go on to represent Millington Central at the County Wordsmith Tournament. Sophomores First Place, Teresa Cooper Second Place, Helen Onedera Third Place, Rodney Mills Freshmen First Place, Kathryn Broyles Second Place, Jay Wilson Tie Becky Greer Third Place, Lisa Perry Grand Prize Winner: Kathryn Broyles activities 21 fekiiiaMiM Yearbook Staff 22 activities The Yearbook Staff works very hard all year long to produce the Annual. The staff, consisting of 27 members, meets every day during 5th period. The photographers can be seen during the day taking candid shots of student life. To help cover the cost of producing the annual, the staff sponsors a talent show in the spring. ABOVE: Yearbook Staff from Left to Right: Lisa Miller, Patty Danley, Angie Gregory, Connie McCullough, David Hunt, Renee Walden, Harriet Mayhugh, Bill Brown, Doris Butt, Jill Butler, Jeff Oswalt. Lisa Gibeault, Dawn Grimmitt. Lisa Stanley, Lisa Wilson, Theresa Humphrey, Margaret Morrison. Ed Massey. Robert Springfield. James Thorne. Mrs. Burk, Cheryl Durham. Lindsey Bryant. Angie Harrison, Frechell Brown, Laina Bush. Not Pictured. Bill Griffith, Helen Mabayan.« Section Editors: 1st Row: Theresa Humphrey. Patty Danley, Frechell Brown. Dawn Grimmitt. David Hunt. Connie McCullough. 2nd Row: Ed Massey. Cheryl Durham. Everett Strong, Helen Mabayan, Lisa Wilson. Bill Griffith. Sponsor and Editor: Mrs. Burk and Angie Gregory. Assistant Editors: Laina Bush. Margaret Morrison. Senior Section Editor: Renee Walden. Faculty Section Editor: Lisa Stanley. Photographers: James Thorne, Jeff Oswalt, and Billy Brown. activities 23Newspaper Staff (L to R) Back: Mrs. Dobbins, Wendy Harrell, Gladys Hulley, Sarah Lewis, Leslie Ervin, Donna Capuson. Front: Travis Ransom, Ermin Amaba, Kenny Davis, Wardell Thompson, Alexander Marshall, Michael LaBonte. This year’s newspaper staff, under the supervision of Mrs. Dobbins, worked very diligently to print the monthly edition of the “Trojan.” The staff consisted of 11 members and met every day during 5th period. The “Trojan” contained many articles of various interests as well as humor, puzzles, and comics. 24 activities Editors: Wendy Harrell, Travis Ransom; Mrs. Dobbins: Sponsor. Business Managers: Gladys Hulley, Donna Capuson. activities 25ARETE ARETE is an honorary organization composed of those students who have earned a scholastic letter. In order to achieve a scholastic letter, a student must meet Honor Roll requirements four out of the first five grading periods. 12th P A da mi E Amaba R Arnold F. Brown K Burnett L Burnett S Burnett M Burton L. Bush D. Capuson K. Casperson R. Chunn D. Contreras L. CostneT P Danley J Dye K Eppley J Green A Gregory D. Grtmmltt S Hall M Harmon W Harrell C. Harris M Harris D Hubbard T. Humphrey D. Hunt L. King S. Knox R. Lawrence J. Lawson T. LeBlanc D LeClerc A. Lopez A. Marshall C. Massey J. Mayo W Maxwell S. McFarland G. McVay R Mincey M Momson K. Murphy D Nelson M Overton K. Orman L. Parker R Pine C. Preston P. Rivera W Sigler C Sledd P Solomon M Speck L Stanley G. Suzoce J. Timber lake R. Walden Z Whitten R. Woodruff 11th M Allen B. Amaba R. Arnold J. Ascuncion D Ayala D Ballard D. Butt C. Carson H. Carter P Cutbp T. Davis W. Durham V. Eckhart M EUerbrook J. Ethridge E. Gtbeault J Goss J. Gwin A. Hamson J Henderson V. Johnson L. Johnson D. Liebingood J. McMahan L. Miller J. Moore J. Perry P Rice C. Rill P Roe S. Shearer D. Sim S. Simmons K Simpson P. Smith M Spelling Y Tala da E. Walters K. Wells L. Williams C. Wilson 10th C Albert R Allen E. Amaba M. Anderson K. Beasley L. Campbell K Carr C. Church W Colston T. Cooper T. Dedman M. Diaz E. Emerkk M. Frawley M. Frawley T. Hatcher J. Hivner K. Juneau W. Lane R. Mills D. Moore D. Preston K. Punnton K. Rice M. Roe M Roe A. Sherrill D. Sim F. Sledd V. Smallwood D. Turnage C. Turner T. Turner L. Warner M. WilliamsTALENT SHOW Each spring, the yearbook staff sponsors a talent show as one of its fund raising projects. Mr. Trent McVay was the master of ceremonies. Two of the participants received special invitations to the Mid-South Fair Youth Talent Contest sponsored by WREG-TV channel 3. Everett Strong was selected for his vocal solo. Everett was also 1st runner up in the preliminaries. LaDrone Parks was chosen for her dance solo. The categorical winners received trophies for their performances. These winners were Jimille Jordan for her vocal solo, “The Soul Stirrers” for their medley of gospel songs, and the Popateers for their dance performance. The overall winner selected by the judges was the jazz band “Horizon.” This act was automatically given an invitation to the Mid-South Fair Talent Contest. 1. Everett Strong 2. LaDrone Parks 3. Jimille Jordan 4. Soul Stirrers: Kenneth Cody. Oree Hunt. Jimmy Timberlake, Mike Steele, Everett Strong 5. Popateers: Rodney Anderson, Todd Stubbs, Glenn Spencer, Wendell Knight, Micheal Claiborne. 6. Stage manager — Bill Griffith; Horizon Band — Steve Helmbrecht. Mike Martin, Sue Lynn Perry. Jeff Ablen, David Gardner. 7. Sound managers: Wayne Howard, Wendell Knight 27Quill and Scroll: Top Right Front: Frechell Brown, Yvette Harvey, Donna Capuson, Ermin Amaba, Travis Ransom. Back: Angie Gregory, Wendy Harrell, Laina Bush, Melinda Harris, Alex Marshall. Top: Lynne Rodell, Michael LaBonte, Patty Daley, Margaret Morrison. Principals Advisory Committee: Left to Right. Melinda Harris, Dan Johnson, Tim Christopher, Cynthia Brooks, Rusty Wilkins, Kristina Rice, Ermin Amaba, Mr Morton, Kelly Crum. Cindy Gert-schen, Wendy Durham, David Harvey, Laura Mooney, Michelle Stephenson, Tara Betton, Alex Marshall. QUILL AND SCROLL Quill and Scroll is an International Honorary Society composed of high school journalists. Those seniors and juniors on either the Trojan Yearbook Staff, the Epic Staff or Trojan Newspaper Staff who have done outstanding work or who have shown high levels of leadership abilities are eligible for membership. The Principal’s Advisory Committee is chosen by the student body to express their ideas to Mr. Morton. This committee is very important as a means of beneficial change at MCHS. PRINCIPAL’S ADVISORY COMMITTEE 28 activitiesI Pride of MCHS Students to Europe: Left to Right: Vicky Johnson. Scot Bearup, Mrs. Simmons. Sponsor; Dena Ayala. Lynda Johnson. Not Pictured: Anne Rowan. Lee Hager. Memphis Press Scimitar Teenagers of the Week: Juana Wilson, Ermin Amaba. Close-Up: Front Row: Mrs. Krebs. Sponsor; Amelia Murphy, Cassandra Harris, Doris Butt. Back Row: Lee Hagar. Ermin Amaba, James Thorne, Melinda Harris. activities 29STUDENT HONORS Sue Lynn Perry Lynne Rodell Robert Rodell All State 1st Alto Memphis Blues Brass Band Memphis Blues Brass Band Drum and Bugle Corps Drum and Bugle Corps All West Choir: (L to R): Everett Strong, Sue Lynn Perry, Adrienne Haddock. Michelle Overton. All State Choir: (L to R): Michelle Overton. Amelia Murphy, Sue Lynn Perry, Everett Strong. V u' Barbara Jones All West Symphony Michael Martin All West Concert Band (Red) All West Jazz Band (Blue) Barry Pinlac All West Concert Band (Red) All West Jazz Band (Blue) Memphis Youth Symphony (Wind Ensemble) 30 activitiesSTUDENT HONORS Miss Millington Pageant Winner — Connie McCullough JC Penney Fashion Board — Robin Dupree, Laura Mooney. Tennessee Tomorrow — Beth Perry, Cassandra Harris, Melinda Harris, Karen Gates. Lee Hager. Not Pictured: Benji Amaba, Ermin Amaba. Fashion Board — Randy Cline. Travis Ransom. Connie McCullough. Rhonda Chunn. Eileen Amaba — Winner of Tennessee Oratorical Contest. Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation Representative. activities 31Leadership and Free Enterprise Program: Front Row: (L to R): Wendy Durham. Traci Leonard. Pete Roe. Robin Arnold. Back Row: (L to R) William Sigler. Susie Johnson. Alex Marshall. Benpe Amaba, Eileen Amaba. Ermin Amaba. Not Pictured: Travis Ransom Susie Johnson. FHA president, receives plaque from Mrs. Beverly Halpern, Executive Director of the Hemophilia Foundation in Memphis. All-West Tennessee Jr. Band: (L to R): Lisa Perry. Terry Carter. United States Student Council Award: (L to R): Travis Ransom, Dawn Grimmitt, Jack Mayo, Ermin Amaba. Paul Colston, 8th Place Winner of Tenn. Mathematics Teachers’ Association Algebra I Competition. l 4 Bob Coover, Champion American Bicycle Association, Tenn. District 1. Boys’ and Girls’ State: (L to R): Ermin Amaba, Boys’ and Girls’ State: (L to R): Dawn Grim-Melinda Harris. mitt, Robin Arnold. Intermediate Miss Majorette of 1981: Mary Roelke, Miss Majorette 1981: Linda Warner. 32 activitiesOptimist Club Winners Most Improved Attitude 10th — John Barret Smith, Jerry Ewing. 11th — Cindy Cox, Ty Raburn. Special Award Karen Turnage — Artwork. Unsung Commendable Varsity Football — 1) Jimmy Hughes. 2) Maurice Harmon; Junior Varsity Football — 1) Trent Middleton. 2) Joel Gingery; Freshman Foot ball — 1) Mark Scarborough. 2) Darrell White; Cross Country — 1) Angie Haley. 2) David Hunt; Marching Band — 1) Beth Perry. 2) Dan Johnson; Freshman Volleyball — Melinda Harkness, J.V. Volleyball — Vickie Aiken. Varsity Volleyball — Shirley Stein. Highest Academic Average (1st six weeks) 9th — Brian Moore — 97.20. 10th — Marc Diaz — 98.80. 11th — Daniel Sim — 99.00. 12th — Michael Martin — 98.40 MClub % clubs 331981-82 HOMECOMING COURT Homecoming Court: (L to R) Teresa Cooper; Eileen Amaba; Melinda Harris; Sheri Smith; Queen, Laura Mooney; Connie McCullough; Wendy Durham; Mary Chapman; Kelly Simpson. The theme of Homecoming this year was “To Venice With Love.” The Homecoming Court consisted of nine candidates — two sophomores, three juniors, and four seniors. The exciting moment of the night was when Laura Mooney was crowned by last year’s queen, Cheryl Carter. Homecoming Queen Laura Mooney 34 activitiesMelinda Harris Escorted by Gerald Bean and Julius Bean Connie McCullough Escorted by Dennis Stanfill and Maurice Harmon Laura Mooney Escorted by Tim LeBlanc and David Hudson Sheri Smith Escorted by Kim Burnett and Scott Dowdy Mary Jane Chapman Escorted by Scott Rawls and David Hunt Wendy Durham Escorted by Jimmy Timberlake and Chris McSwain Kelly Simpson Escorted by Lynn Spencer and Tim Hill Eileen Amaba Escorted by Ermin Amaba and Benjie Amaba T eresa Cooper Escorted by Mitchell Crum and Kelly Crum activities 35WINTER FESTIVAL The theme for Winter Festival this year was “Winter Wonderland.” Two exciting games were played that night against Kingsbury to celebrate the occasion. Pictured at the right is the 1982 Winter Festival Court. Teresa Shannon, last year’s queen, presented the crown to Jackie Howard, the new reigning Winter Festival Queen. Teresa Shannon, the 1981 Queen, crowns the 1982 Queen, Jackie Howard. 1982 Winter Festival Queen. Jackie Howard. Queen Jackie Howard with escort, Randall Reeder. 36 activitiesJanet Leech escorted by Dennis Stanfill. Lynn Shannon escorted by Travis Ransom. Sheri Ward escorted by Dennis Wages. Juana Wilson escorted by Steve Fisher. Holley Carter escorted by Tim LeBlanc. Jackie Howard escorted by Randle Reeder. Cherlyn Johnson escorted by Alex Marshall. Brook Jones escorted by Maurice Harmon. Linda Warner escorted by David Gagnon. 37 activitiesDAMN YANKEES MAIN CHARACTERS: PEANUT GIRLS: Joe Boyd — Jerry Carter Valorie Eckhart Meg — Sue Lynn Perry Leslie Ervin Applegate — Bill Griffith Beth Perry Joe Hardy — Jimmy Timberlake Yvonne Jones Lola — Adrienne Haddock Sherry Sherrill Gloria— Jere Smith Theresa Mathis Sister — Traci Leonard Lisa Kesler Doris — Lori Harris Sherly Wilson Van Buren — John Chambers Amelia Murphy Bat boy for Washington Senators — Doug Moore Mr Welch — Kent Carter Sarah Lewis The Commissioner — Al Gabriel Post Master — Tim Barnes DANCERS: Miss Weston — Wendy Durham Angie Hogan Lynch — James Honeycutt Lori Rogers Dayna Ward BALL PLAYERS: Tammi Godin Blake Brown Henry — Vernon Ward Debbie Lewellyn Sohovik — Al Gabriel Rhonda Perkins Smokey — Kenneth Cody Cindy Gertschen Vernon — Travis Ransom Jane Barnes Rocky — Bobby Pruett Rhonda Manning Mickey — Nick Taylor Rodney Anderson Lowe — Tim Barnes Tim Barnes Elizabeth Frawley GIRLS CHORUS: Lynn Frawley Linda Warner Helen Mabayan Denise Butterfield Connie McCullough Christy Taylor Denise Stevenson ORCHESTRA: Sandra Wyatt David Harvey Kelly Ward Beth Hale Cindy Hallbrook FAN CLUB: Patty Kisner Karen Turnage Lisa Gibeault Angela Marcey Lulu Turner Billie Swickard Liz Schmall Keith Tyler Sandi Stubblefield Robert Rodell Krystal Driggers Lynn Rodell Doris Butt Barry Pinlac Sarena Richardson Mike Martin Brian Hurst Sallie McCormick Lisa Perry ORCHESTRA LEADER: Chris Sumsky STUDENT DIRECTOR: Doris Butt STUDENT DIRECTOR OF MUSIC Helen Mabayan 38 activitiesPAGE 38: 1. Lola and Joe Hardy 2. Meg, Joe Boyd, and Applegate 3. Gloria, Van Buren, and Ballplayers. 4. Main Characters PAGE 39: 1. Gloria. Applegate, and Lynch 2. Van Buren 3. Ball Players 4. Sohovik 5. Chorus PAGE 40: 1. Joe Hardy and Fan Club 2. Doris, Joe Hardy, and Sister 3. Dancers 4. Peanut Girls 5. Orchestra 6. Back Stage Crew PAGE 41: 1. Field Action 2. Chorus Action 3. Lowe and Van Buren 4. Rocky and Joe HardyThe MCHS Choir The chorus department under the direction of Mrs. Brasfield gave us many musical moments this year. They performed several musicals for our enjoyment, including the “Celebrate Life” musical. Several members, including the All West Participants from our choir, competed in the West Tennessee Vocal Association Choral Festival against all city and county schools for trophies in different categories. Mrs. Brasfield Advanced Choir 1st Row (L to R): Sue Lynn Perry, Adrienne Haddock, Sandy Wyatt, Stan McFarland, Travis Ransom, Everett Strong, LeeAnn Martin, Michelle Overton, Christy Taylor, Mrs. Brasfield. 2nd Row (L to R): Cindy Williams, Helen Mabayan, DeDe Roberts, Vernon Ward, Bobby Pruett, Jerry Carter, Sonya Brown, Lisa Banks, Donna Sullivan, Naomi Sisk. 3rd Row (L to R): Barbara Peete, Suzanne Rhinehart, Ruth Pine, David Black, Ken Cody, Julius Bean, Patricia Bright, Donna Hubbard, Barbara Jones, Amelia Murphy. 42 activities1st Row (L to R): Dolly Poortvliet, Mary Novak, Joy Malone, Darlene Huckabee, Kathryne Friend, Sheri Ward, Lisa Young, Audra Fentress, Harriet Mayhugh, Mrs. Brasfield. 2nd Row (L to R): Becky Gerth, Julie Reed. Debbie Ross, Shelia Branch. Alice Bland. Janice Mitchell, Kathleen Knevitt. Donna Hubbard. Kathy Hopper. Girls’ Chorus 1st Row (L to R): Denise Butterfield. Terry O’Conner, Terri Wade, Charlie Dawson. Mike Claiborne, Larry Barnes, Melissa Ervin, Joyce Rush, Gloria Sullivan, Sheryl Savage, Teresa Moss, Mrs. Brasfield. 2nd Row (L to R): Susan Brown, Susan Box. Sheryl Wilson, Steve Fischer, Jimmy Timberlake, Joe Mahannah, Tammy Bowles, Yvonne Thomas, Frieda Nales, Adrienne Stanley, Scott Blankenbecker. 3rd Row (L to R): Cindy Williams. DeDe Roberts. Judy Dawson, Tommie Peterson. Matthew Hardaway, Terry Morgan, Greg Smith, Patricia Bright. Lenice Davis, Debbie Ballinger, Pam Edmiston. 1st Row (L to R): Andre Louis, Barbara Peete, Joy Malone, Alex Marshall, Travis Ransom, Everett Strong, Amelia Murphy, Joyce Rush, Cheryl Savage, Gloria Sullivan, Christy Taylor, Mrs. Brasfield. 2nd Row (L to R): Angela Cannon, Ladrone Parks, David Harvey. Greg Smith, Alfred Jones, Melvin Jones, Reggie Sims, Cynthia Brooks. Lanice Davis, Lisa Banks. Michelle Overton. 3rd Row (L to R): Donna Sullivan. Jackie Howard, James Royston, Vernon Ward, Julius Bean, Ken Cody, Derrick Hunt, Vanessa Christopher, Robbie Peete. Teresa Moss. Alice Bland Not Pictured: Sonya Boyd, Marilyn Bolton. Diane Bradley, Shield Branch, Audra Fisher, Faye Griggs. Jo Etta Halliburton, Janice Hines. Cheryl Odomes, Deborah Odomes, Wanda Pruitt, Theresa Shannon. Lynn Shannon, Shirley Taylor, Juana Wilson, Reva Wilson, Lisa Wilson, Shay Jenkins, McKinnley Grandberry. Dedrick Baker, Michael Clayborn, Steve Fisher, Richard Jones, Raynard Parks, Bob Springfield. General Chorus Gospel Choir activities 43MCHSBAND Band Officers: Front Row: Mary MacSaveny, Sue Lynn Perry, Sallie McCormick, Mike Martin, Mike Plasky. Back Row: Al Gabriel, Rodney Mills. Kenneth Cody. The MCHS Band is directed by Mr. McVay. Mrs. Cox is the colorguard instructor. The Marching Band performs in the halftime shows at all the MCHS Football games. The Marching Band has participated in two contests this year, the WTSBOA Marching Band Festival and the Mid South Invitational Marching Festival. The Band also participates in the Millington Christmas Parade and the Community Day Parade. Gerald McVay is a senior at MCHS. He has been participating in band during all four years at MCHS. Besides being a member of Marching Band, he is also a member of Jazz Band. Gerard is a member of McDonald’s All American Marching Band. He is also a member of Tennessee All-State Jazz Band and West Tennessee Jazz Band. McDonald’s All American Marching Band: Gerard McVay The following students were chosen to represent the All West Tennessee Band: (Left to Right): Michael Martin, Sallie McCormick, Barry Pinlac, Anita Taylor. 44 activitiesactivities 45Low Brass: Kneeling: Frank Sampitro. Standing: James Hines, Jarrod Harris, Ken Cody. David Page. Barry Pinlac, John Wibourn, Gary Menese. Clarinets: First Row: Karen Thompson, Denise Bowers. Linda Blackwood. Cynthia Farmer. Back Row: Becky Porter, Richard Jones, Malcolm Jones, Cheri Starr, Cindy Halbrook. Saxophones: James Royston, Al Gabriel, Francie Watson. Trumpets: Front Row: Keith Tyler, Micheal Manning, James Lightfoot, Patti Kisner, Mi nyon Brimingham, David Harvey. Back Row: Michael Martin, Michael Plasky. Rodney Mills, Chris Turner, Greg Nelson, Derrick Hunt, Dan Johnson. 46 activitiesI Drummers: Micheal Anderson, Gerard McVay. Sandy Starr, Bob Spr ingfield, Mike Dooley. Flutes: Teri Dennis, Karen Turnage, Billie Swickered, Audra Freeman, Teresa Lane. Mary McSavony. Flag Girls: First Row: Sonya Clifton, Iris Richards, Denise Stevenson, Jackie Howard, Emily Hasty, Rhonda Perkins, Beth Perry. Second Row: Donna Jackson, Crystal Smith, Hazel Smith, Michele Vinson, Lynn Best, Teri O’Conner. Field Commanders: Sallie McCormick. Sue Lynn Perry. Majorettes: Mary Roelke, Lisa Riempa. Linda Warner. activities 47NJROTC The NJROTC unit at Millington is led by Captain Bruen and Chief Butt. The students participating in NJROTC are taught skills that will lead to a productive life in Naval Science. They become knowledgeable of the duties and responsibilities of citizenship. MIDDLE LEFT: Staff: Stacey Mervine, Karl Loeblein, John McGill, Carolyn Jones, Steve Milam, Doug Lane, Commanding Officer; Deadrick Baker, Executive Officer; John Wllbourn; Michael Bondurant; Sonia Clifton, John Pruett. BOTTOM LEFT: Rifle Team: Paul Colston, Gerald Bean. Rocky Thomas, Michael Bondurant, Rifle Team Commander; Doug Lane, Sonia Clifton, Michael Anderson, Lori Priest. BOTTOM RIGHT: Color Guard: Theresa Tapp, Cynthia Brooks, Color Guard Commander; Stacey Mervine, Color Guard Commander; Sam Rager; Lori Priest. I Captain Bruen, Chief Butt MCHS 48 activitiesMCMS TOP LEFT: 2nd Year Cadets. MIDDLE RIGHT: 3rd Year Cadets. BOTTOM LEFT: 4th Year Cadets. activities 5156 facultyDr. Morton has been the Principal at MCHS for the last ten years. He graduated from Fayette County High School, and attended Memphis State University majoring in Mathematics Education. He holds an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction (Mathematics Education), a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics, a Master of Arts Degree in Education Administration and Supervision, all from Memphis State and a Master of Science Degree in Mathematics and Physics from Ole Miss. Dr. Morton is actively involved with the Optimist, Rotary, and Booster Clubs. His interests range from bird hunting to all Trojan sports. Dr. Morton’s help and guidance has been greatly appreciated this past year. For the past five years, Mrs. Osteen has been an Assistant Principal at MCHS. Mrs. Osteen graduated from Millington Central High and went on to attend college at Austin Peay, Stetson, University of Tennessee, and Memphis State. She holds a Bachelor of Science in English, a Master of Arts Degree in Education, and Master of Arts Degree in English. Mrs. Osteen returned to MCHS, taught Algebra for six years, was a Guidance Counselor for twelve years, and an Administrative Assistant for two years before becoming an Assistant Principal. Her hobbies include doing needlework, attending athletic events, and riding in her husband’s fishing boat. Mrs. Osteen’s work is highly valued at Millington. Mr. Leaks began his second year as an Assistant Principal in 1981. He attended high school at Booker T. Washington in Memphis. He went to college at the University of Illinois, the University of Nebraska, Lemoyne-Owen, and Memphis State. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, and a Master of Arts Degree in Secondary Education. Mr. Leaks taught Algebra, and Geometry for ten years at MCHS. His interests include hunting and fishing. We are very fortunate to have Mr. Leaks as an Assistant Principal. faculty 57Mrs. Arour Spanish I. II, English 151 Mrs. Arnold English 421, English 351, Wrestling Cheerleaders Mrs. Bacon Clothing Service, Clothing and Textiles, FHA, HERO Mr. Bergen Earth Science Mrs. Bowers IOE, SOE 1, SOE II. TOEC, Maranatha Mrs. Brandon Home Economics. Family Living, Parenthood Education, Consumer Education, FHA Mrs. Brasfield Choral Music, English 151, All Choirs Mrs. Burdeck School Nurse Capt. Bruen NJROTC, Tennis Team, Rodeo Club Mrs. Burk English 251 Yearbook ADJC Butt Assistant Naval Science Instructor, Rifle Team, Drill Team (Male, Female) Mr. Chambers Debate. Speech. Drama. Thespian Sponsor. Play Productions. Mr. Billings Industrial Arts Mr. Billings Guidance Counselor Mrs. Bomar Bookkeeper Mrs. Boswell English 351, Advanced Placement English Mrs. Jo Etta Clark Biology, Earth Science, Maranatha Chairman, 9th Grade Sponsor Sandra Cox Mathematics, Algebra 1, General Math, Flags and Majorettes Mr. Cranford Plant Manager Tom Creasy U.S. History. Economics. Beta Club Sponsor 58 faculty; Mr. Crenshaw Consumer Math, Physics Computer Club, Physics Club Mrs. Dalrymple Cosmetology. VICA Cosmetology Club Miss DeShazo Librarian Mrs. Dobbins English 351, 352, English 381, 382, Newspaper Sponsor Mrs. Downs Algebra I, Algebra II, Individualized Algebra, Math Club Sponsor Mrs. Dunn Librarian Assistant, Attendance Office Mrs. Durham English 451, 452, English 221, 222, Junior Class Sponsor Mrs. Garcia Secretary faculty 59Mr. Gibson Health, Drivers, Education, Football Coach, Wrestling, Track Mrs. Gipson Care and Guidance of Children, Child Development, HERO II, Varsity Cheerleaders Ms. Glenn Resource English Mr. Goate P.E., Earth Science, Head Football Coach Mr. Goss Campus Deputy Mr. Harris General Shop I, II Mr. Harrison American History, World History Mrs. Harvell Secretary Mr. Hendricks P.E., Drivers’ Education, Wrestling, Football, Track, Takedown Club Mrs. Hill Guidance Counselor Mr. Hill Algebra II, Geometry, Consumer Math Mrs. Hurt French. Spanish. French Club, Spanish Club Mr. Jayjock Special Education Mr. Johnson General Math, Algebra I Ms. Jones Food Service I, II, Foods and Nutrition, HERO III Mrs. Jordan English 251.321.351 Dr. Kennon Consumer Math, General Math, Science Mrs. Kincaid Reading Lab Title I Parent Advisory Council, Junior Varsity Cheerleaders Mrs. Klenk Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Krebs Civics, American Government. American History, Close-up Sponsor 60 facultyMr. Leonard Economics, American History Mr. Martin Arithmetic, Algebra I, Geometry Mr. Macklin Earth Science Mrs. Maples Accounting, Typing, Student Council Mr. Marsh Small Engines Mrs. McFarland Librarian Mr. McVay Beginning Band, Intermediate Band, Jazz Band. Marching Band. Concert Band, Octagon Club Mrs. Moore Biology, Earth Science. Freshman Cheerleader Sponsor faculty 61Mrs. Morton Girls’ P.E., Cross Country, Freshman Girls’ Basketball, Track Assistant. Lady Trojan Club Mr. Nash Automotive Mechanics, Vica Miss Norwood Basic Aesthetics, Drawing and Painting, Advanced Art, Ceramics, Printing, Assistant Cross Country Coach, Girls’ Varsity Basketball Coach, Girls’ Softball Coach, Lady Trojan Sponsor. Artist in Action Sponsor Mr. Owen Earth Science. Freshman Basketball Mrs. Pitarro HOE 1, HOE II.HOSA Mr. Price Algebra II, Advanced Math. Calculus. National Honor Society Mrs. Price Guidance Counselor, Girls’ Track Coach, Lady MClub Mr. Pruitt Drafting Mrs. Purdy Freshman English, Pep Club, English Department Chairman Mrs. Rendall Marketing and Distributive Education, DECA Sponsor Mr. Rix American History, JV Basketball Coach, Varsity Basketball Coach Mrs. Saunders English 481, English 451. Literary Guild Mrs. Sigler Home Economics I. Housing, Home Furnishings. FHA Sponsor. Junior Class Sponsor Mrs. Simmons Freshman English, Pep Club Sponsor Miss Sims Consumer Math, Algebra. General Math, Thespians Miss Orr English 151, Basic Aesthetics, Drawing and Painting, Calligraphy 62 Coach Sluder P.E., General Business. Freshman Football. Varsi ty Basketball, Varsity Baseball Mrs. Taylor Girls’ P.E., Varsity Volleyball. JV Volleyball. Freshman Volleyball. Golf Coach Mr. Terell Freshman English. Sophomore English Mrs. Timbs Assistant Librarian Mr. Tolbert Plant Manager Mr . Tolbert COE I. COE II. TOEC Club. J.V. Cheerleaders Mr. Turner Chemistry, Applied Science Mr . Wallace Reading Lab Instructional Aide Mrs. Weatherly Typewriting, Business Law Mr. White World History, American History, Voice of the Trojans Mr . Whitehead Health Mrs. Williams English 251, 252, English 221, 222. Senior Class Chairman Mr. William Auto Body. VICA and g Auto Body Mr . Willis Secretary Sports 639 •sjotuas 99| SENIOEf SECTION ONLY SENIORS Editors: Connie McCullough Renee Walden seniors 67Connie McCullough Mike Martin Alexander Marshall Jimmy Timberlake Travis Ransom seniors «S3 Laina Bush Frechell Brown T im LeBlanc Cheryl Harris Melinda Hams Laura Mooney Margaret Morrison This year’s Hall of Fame consists of twenty-two seniors selected by a faculty committee for various outstanding achievements. Each student has contributed in a major way to making his high school years special. Some are club presidents or editors of school publications. Others excel in athletics or academics. Still others have a natural ability for leadership. Millington Central High School is very proud to recognize these students chosen for the 1981-82 Hall of Fame. Gerard McVay Juana Wilson seniorsAIASA Donny Lane EPIC Lynn Rodell HOSA Donna Underwood Spanish Eileen Amaba Leaders of MCHS Band Commander Mike Martin FHA Susie Johnson Literary Guild Gladys Hulley Octagon Sallie McCormick Student Council Ermin Amaba Beta Club Cheryl Harris French Club Traci Leonard MHS Fashion Connie McCullough Pep Club Lori Harris Thespians Bobby Pruett Computer Club Kim Burnett Hero I Randy Cline Mu Alpha Theta Benji Amaba Physics Tim LeBlanc TOEC Laura Mooney Cosmetology Lavonda Harkness Newspaper Editor Wendy Harrell VAB Stan Smith FCA Scott Dowdy Hero III Reggie Sims Newspaper Editor Travis Ranson ROTC Commander Doug Lane VAM John Bell Yearbook Editor Angie Gregory 70 seniorsPresident Dawn Grimmitt Vice President Mike Burton Secretary Connie McCullough Treasurer Wendy Harrell s E N I O R S CLASS OF 82 Mr. and Miss MCHS Class Favorites Tim LeBlanc and Connie McCullough Jimmy Timberlake and Laura Mooney seniors 71WHO’S WHO 1981-82 Friendliest Robin Arnold and Scott Percer Wittiest Vince Taylor and Kim Shelton 72 seniors Most Flirtatious Mike Hissong and Sheri Ward Most Vivacious Mike Burton and Kathy OwenQuietest Roger Brown (Not Shown) Zayne Whitten Most Likely to Succeed Ermin Amaba and Dawn Grimmitt Most Dependable Wendy Harrell and Kim Burnett Most School Spirit Lori Harris and Mike Krause Most Charming Maurice Harmom and Perri Allmon seniors 73Most Talkative Gladys Hulley and Jerry Su2ore Most Studious Alex Marshall and Angie Gregory Best Dressed Patty Danley and Jeff Oswalt Most Mischievous Julie Lawson and Tracy Parish Most Athletic Leigh Costner and Carl Allen 74 seniorsMost Talented Gerard McVay and Sue Lynn Perry Most Versatile Cheryl Harris and David Hunt Most Thoughtful Billy Brown and Patty Adams Cutest Robin Dupree and David Gagnon Most Attractive Sheri Smith and Dennis Stanfill seniors 75Mr. and Miss MCHS Tim and Connie Timothy Anthony LeBlanc is Mr. MCHS for the 81-82 school year. Tim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil LeBlanc. Tim has participated in many activities which have occupied his four years in high school. Football is Tim’s main interest. His junior year, he was named All District, All County, All Metro, and was awarded Best Blocker. Tim has also been involved in a variety of clubs — The National Honor Society, Beta Club, Mu-Alpha Theta, Computer Club, M Club, Arete. He is the President of this year’s Physics Club. Tim was also selected to be on the Hall of Fame and on the first annual Powder Puff Court. Tim’s hobbies include swimming and weight lifting. Tim is undecided about the college he plans to attend although he plans to major in the field of engineering. This year’s Miss MCHS is Connie Lynn McCullough. Connie is the I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete I McCullough. I Connie has filled her high school I years with many activities. She has I been a cheerleader for the past four I years and is one of the captains of this I year’s Varsity Squad. She was on the I Winter Festival Court her sophomore I year and Homecoming Court her I junior and senior years. She is the I secretary of her senior class, and she is I also on the yearbook staff. She is the I 1981 Miss Millington, and Miss Op- I timist. She was also selected to be on I the Hall of Fame. Connie is involved in I many clubs — Lady M. Pep Club, I FOCA, Computer Club, Maranatha. I She is the President of the Fashion I Club. Connie enjoys dancing and col- I lecting antique dolls. She also plans to I attend Memphis State University. I seniors 77Faces 1981-82 David Black Cheryl Durham Bill Griffith Maurice Harmom Theresa Humphrey Barry Pinlac Helen Mabayan j 1 I Karen McClarty Kathey Owen Denise Stevenson Everett Strong James Taylor Renee Walden 78 seniorsMickey Speck Lisa Stanley M.C.H.S. would like to recognize these seniors, nominated by the faculty, their hard work and dedication behind the scenes to make M.C.H.S. a school of which to be proud. Vernon Ward Lisa Wilson seniors 79 SENIORS WITH A AVERAGES 1. Margaret Morrison 2. Yvonne Sledd 3. Theresa Humphrey 4. Ermin Amaba 5. Renee Walden 6. Lynn Rodell 7. Cheryl Preston 8. Amelia Murphy 9. Jerry Suzore 10. Ken Murphy 11. Tim LeBlanc 12. Mickey Speck 13. Angie Gregory 14. Patricia Adams 15. William Hunt 16. Laina Bush 17. Jimmy Tiberlake 18. Peggy Guetterman 19. Jerry Dye 20. Wendy Harrell 21. Lisa King 22. Sheri Knox seniors 81Carl Allen Basketball Ermin Amaba Tennis Emma Billington Basketball and Track Jeff Bland Basketball THE PACESETTERS Kim Burnett Basketball Tee Stes Softball and Basketball Mike Hissong Wrestling Leigh Costner Softball Cheryl Harris Softball Dennis House Basketball Lorraine Diggs Track Maurice Harmon Track Wayne Howard Basketball Scott Dowdy Basketball Mark Hartley Baseball Jimmy Hughes Wrestling David Hunt Wrestling, Track and Cross Country Malcolm Jones Baseball Rhonda Lawerence Volleyball Julie Lawson Basketball and Volleyball 82 seniors9 Tim LeBlanc Track Bobby May Wrestling Janet Leech Cheerleader Alex Marshall Track Jack Mayo Tennis Mitchell McClure Baseball Connie McCullough Cheerleader Rubye Mincey Track Mike Mitchell Baseball Tracy Parish Basketball and Track NO PHOTO AVAILABLE Alex Pitsos Wrestling Travis Ransom Tennis Lisa Wilson Basketball Sheri Ward Cheerleader Keith Williams Wrestling Wayne Thompson Baseball Vince Taylor Track Dennis Stanfill Baseball and Wrestling Lisa Stanley Cross Country Glenn Spencer Basketball and Track Mickey Speck Track Lisa Souter Softball and Volleyball Kim Shelton Softball and Volleyball Theresa Shannon Softball and Wrestling Cheerleader seniors 83VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUT ATORIAN The Valedictorian for the 1981-82 school year is Margaret Morrison. She is the daughter of David and Mary Morrison. Margaret graduates with a 97.61 average. She has been very busy the past four years at MCHS. The National Honor Society. Beta Club, Physics Qub, French Club, Arete, Spanish Club, Pep Club, and Mu Alpha Theta of which she is scretary, are just a few of the clubs in which Margaret is involved. She is assistant Editor of the Yearbook Staff, Junior class secretary, and was selected by the teachers to be on the Hall of Fame. Margaret was also in the Regional Math Competition. She placed 1st in both Algebra 1 and Comprehensive. This year she is involved in Calculus. Margaret was an Optimist Award Winner, and she also had the highest academic average her sophomore and junior years. Margaret's hobbies are sewing, reading and writing. She received a scholarship to CBC for making a 31 on the ACT. She plans to major in the field of science. The Salutatorian for the 1981-82 school year is Yvonne Sledd. She is the daughter of Ron and Frances Sledd. Yvonne graduates with a 96.31 average. Yvonne is active in the National Honor Society, Arete, and Cosmetology. She enjoys working with children, and she is also very involved in her church. Yvonne's hobbies are reading, writing, and swimming. She plans to attend the school of Modern Hair Design and major in hair design.Seniors’ Best Theresa Humphrey 96.26 Ermin Amaba 96.20 Renee Walden 96.06 Lynn Rodell 95.93 Jerry Suzore 95.55 Cheryl Preston 95.74 Ken Murphy 95.42 Amelia Murphy 95.59 Top 10 Students The MCHS “Seniors' Best" consists of those Seniors who have maintained the top grade point averages throughout their years at MCHS. The students have not only worked hard in their studies, but have involved themselves in other activities such as clubs and sports. Students are listed in order of class rank. The ranks range from 97.61 to 95.42. seniors 85 SENIOR COMMITTEES These seniors have worked together in their individual committees to prepare the 1982 Senior Class Party. The five committees are: The Place Committee, Band Committee, Fund Raising Committee, Publicity Committee, and the Senior Gift Committee. The class officers were in charge of each committee, and Mrs. Simmons and Mrs. Williams were the sponsors. 86MARTY (ROBIN) ABBY "Some of us might find happiness if we worned about it less " Cheerleader 1. Pep Club 1. Varsity Wrestling Cheerleader 2. TOEC 3; Lady M Club 2. M Oub 2. HOSA 4 SHANE ANTHONY ADAMS "The most I can do for my friends is simply to be their friend " Track 2; Tennis 3. DECA 3. 4; Computer Oub 4; M Oub 2. 3; Concert Band 1,2; Physics Oub 4; Soccet 1 MICHAEL EDWARD ALBERT "Like a tree, we must each find a place to grow and branch out ” Football 1. Spanish Oub 1.2; Physics Oub 3. 4 PATRICIA LYNN ADAMS "In this world, it is not what we take up. but what we give up. that makes us rich." Beta Oub 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Arete 1. 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Spanish Club 3; Powder Puff 3. 4; Hall of Fame. Who’s Who PERRI RENEA ALLMON "Instruction may end in the schoolroom, but education ends only with life.” Jazz Band 1. Marching Band 1; Symphonic Band 1. Junior Varsity Cheerleader 3: Pep Oub 3; HOSA 3. 4. Secretary 4. Computer Club 4. Physics Oub 4; Literary Guild 4. Who's Who. CARL ALLEN “I've almost lived my life in full, if someone says different I know it's bull The many years left I’ll spend with pride as long as I get the right lady by my side ” Football 1. 3. 4; Track 2. Basketball 2; Who’s Who ERM1N ASUNCION AMABA ”1 promise to do so well, as to never say I could have done better ” National Honor Society 3. 4. National Education Development Test 2. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Highest Scholastic Average 1. Arete 2. 3. 4. Student Council President 4. American LcgKxi Boys’ State 3. Focus Memphis at Southwestern 2. 3. Millington Environmental Control Board 4. Close Up 4. National Council of Teachers of English 3; Tennessee State Optimist Orator 1. Quill and Scroll 4. MSU Wordsmith 2. 3. Paper Staff 4. Spanish Oub 2. 3. Mu Alpha Theta 2. 3. 4; MSU Math Contest 1. 2. 4. MSU Saturday Scholars 2; Physics Oub 3. 4. Computer Club 4. M Oub 3. 4; Tennis 3. 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. Business Manager of MCHS Fashion Board 4. Hall of Fame. Who’s Who SUSAN LA VON ARCHDEACON "As man is. God once was As God Is. may may become " American Field Service 2; Guidance Worker 3. 4. Physics Oub 4. Powder Puff 4 ROBIN LOUISE ARNOLD ”1 believe in the sun even when it is not shining I believe in love even when I do not feel It I believe in God even when He is silent " Who’s Who Among American High School Students. Gris’ State Representative 3. National Honor Society 3. 4. Beta Oub 2. 3. 4; Physics Club 3. 4. Office Worker 2. 3. 4. Focus Memphis Representative 3; Powderpuff 3. 4. Pep Oub 1.4; DECA 4. Sadie Hawkins Decoration Chairman 3; Volleyball 1; Tennis 1. Hall of Fame; Who’s Who MICHAEL ANTHONY BAKER "You are never given a wish without the power to make it come true .” Track 1. Spanish Oub 1.2; Physics Oub 3, 4 BENJAMIN SCOT BARGAINER “Tis good to live and learn " SHEILA BAILEY "Honesty’s the best policy " seniors 87 TERRI LAYNE BARBER “You newt know a good thing till it passes you by " Volleyball Manager 4. DECA 4 JULIUS WAYNE BEAN “Good things come to those who share “ Track 3. 4. Drama 4. Basketball 4; Concert Choir 4 JOHN E. BELL "We have committed the Golden Rule to memory Let us now commit It to life ." Wrestling 1.2. SHERRELL JEAN BARNES "It's a long. long. road, with many a winding turn, and on we go. who knows where, who knows when. Cheerleader Captain 1, Junior Varsity Cheerleader Co-Captain 2. 3; Guidance Attendant 2. Pep Club 3. Runner Up Miss Millington 3, HOSA 3. 4. Vice President 4 PATTI BECKMAN "Great persons are able to do great kindnesses " CRAIG BENDER "The worst is still behind " ANTHONY VICTOR DOMINIC (TONY) BERN1L "We can do anything we want to if we stick to it long enough." (P A.B.) Class President 1. 2; Class Vice President 3; Student Council Representative 1. 2. Principal's Advisory Committee 1. 2. 3. Focus Memphis Representative 2. 3. Class Favorite 1. 2. 3. Optimist Chib Sophomore of the Year 2; Baseball 2. 3, 4. Soccer 1, 2. 3; HOSA 3. 4. Literary Guild 4. Pep Club 3. Computer Club 4. Fashion Show 3; Physics Club 4. Hall of Fame DEBBIE ANN BENNETT "Yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision But today, well bved. makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope." Pep Club 1, Guidance Attendant 4 TAMMY BEDFORD "Do not put off until tomorrow what can be enjoyed today Band 1. Flag Corps 2. Captain 3. KEENAN WYNN BERRY "And further, by these, my son. be admonished: of making many books there is no end. and much study is a weariness of the flesh ” Ecclesiastes 12:12 VAM 3. Maranatha 4 DWAYNE BEST "We easily believe that which we wish " EMMA BILLINGTON "I. Emma Billington. leave all the underclassmen my ability to be a better student and I leave Joy Malone my talents and abthty to be a better basketball player " Basketball 1.2. 3. 4. Track 1.2. 3. 4 88 seniors VERNICE BERN NADETTE BISHOP "Just stand aside and watch yourself go by. Think of yourself as 'He' instead of T. Chorus 2. 3. 4. Pep Club 2. ROTC 2. Track 1.2. Hero 3. 4 DAVID KEVIN BLACK "Can't never could and probably never will ” Concert Choir 2.3. 4. Maranatha 2. 3. 4. Deca 3. Treasurer 4 PAUL LEE BLACK "If hard work is the key to success, most people would rather pick the lock " REBA DIANE BOLTON "Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached m life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed." Beta dub 2. 3, 4. Maranatha 4; Spanish Club 4 DAWN BOWEN "A man's real possession is his memory In nothing else is he rich; in nothing else is he poor JEFFERY BLAND "The true way to be deceived is to think oneself more knowing than others." MICHAEL DUANE BONDURANT "Life is a wonderful thing to talk about, or to read about in history books, but it is terrible when one has to kve Computer Club 4. Physics Oub 4. NJROTC 1. 2. 3. 4. Male Drill Team 1. 2. 3. 4. Rifle Team 2. 3. 4. Rifle Team Commander 3. 4. Ordinance Officer 3. 4. Ensign 3. 4. Honor Guard 3. 4 MICHELE (MITZI) DAWN BOWERS "Look to this day! For It is life; the very life of life For yesterday is already a memory and tomorrow is only a vision. But today, well lived, makes every yesterday a memory of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope " FHA 1; Pep Oub I. 2. 3. Powderpuff 4. Attendance Worker 3. Teacher's Aide 2 RANITA BOWHAY "Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly m all wisdom, teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord." Coiossians 3:16 MICHAEL BOSWELL "All things were made by him. and without him was not anything made that was made " John 1 3 VAB 3. 4 ROGER DALE BROWN "Maturity is the ability to do a job whether or not you are supervised, to carry money without spending it and to bear an injustice without wanting to get even " Football 2. 3. 4. M Oub 2. 3. 4. Physics Oub 4. Science Chib 3. Who's Who PATRICIA ANN BRIGHT "The actions of men are the best interpreters of their thoughts " FHA 1. Maranatha 2. 3. 4. Library Worker 1. 2. 3. 4 seniors 89 FRECHELL INEZ BROWN “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can. and the wisdom to know the difference " Hero I 2; Junior Achievement 2. Arete 2. 3. 4. Beta Gub 2. 3. 4, TOEC 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Octagon 3. National Honor Society 3. 4. Sadie Hawkins Comm 3; Yearbook 3. 4. Hall of Fame 4 WILLIAM JAMES BROWN "Whatever I do. I do with my might, for things done by halves are never done right " Marching and Concert Band 1. 2. French Gub 2. 3; Vice President 3. Physics Oub 4. Computer Oub 4. Paper Staff 3; Yearbook 4. Track 2. Who's Who 4. Soccer 1.2. 3. JON CHARLES BUNNELL "Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime, we'll take the best, forget the rest and someday we'U find, these are the best of times." AFS 1.2; Drama 4. Physics 4. Weightlifting 3, Tennis 3. Play Production 4. German Gub 1.2 SUSAN ELAINE BROWN "Follow your dreams, wherever they lead " DEBRA ANN BURGE "For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved " Romans 10:13 Track 1. Computer Gub 4. Maranatha MITCHELL BURKHART "The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved " KIM LEE BURNETT "After all is said and done — along comes somebody who wants to know what happened " Beta Gub 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Arete 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 2. 3. 4. Computer Oub 4. Science Club 3. 4; Physics Oub 4. "M" Oub 1. 2. 3. 4. Basketball 1.2. 3. 4. Baseball 3. 4; Who's Who LAINA MARIE BUSH "If my mind can conceive it. and my heart can believe it, I know that I can achieve it." National Honor Society 3. 4. Beta Gub 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3. Business Editor 4. Arete 2, 3. 4. Octagon Gub 2. Secretary 3. Band 1. 2, 3. Close-up 3; Track 1; Physics Gub 4; State Math Com petition 2. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Hall of Fame 4 DONNA RENE CAPUSON "You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for It. however — Richard Bach. I Hustons Pep Gub 1. 2. 4. Spanish Gub 1. 2. 3; Band 1. 2. Thespians 1. 2. 3. 4; Teacher s Aide 1. 2; Advanced Choir 2; NJROTC 1; Teen Action Panel 2. 3. 4; SPA 2. YES 3. 4. Quill Scroll 3. 4. Paper Staff 3. 4. Business Manager 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. MICHAEL EDWARD BURTON “Now, old friends are acting strange, they shake their hands and say. I've changed but nothing's lost and nothing's gained in living every day I've looked at life from both sides now. from give and take and still somehow it's life's il lusions I recall I really don't know life at all " Beta Gub 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Arete 2. 3. 4. Gass Treasurer 2. 3. Gass Vice President 4. Chess Club 2; Physics Gub 4. Spanish Gub 2. 3; Promising Youth of America Org 1. 2. 3. 4; Who's Who THOMAS SCOTT CAMPBELL "I Got It!" LESLIE CARTER "No human feeling can ever be so appealing as joy." 90KAREN LYNN CHAFIN “It's better to love one boy lots than lots of boys little. To Frank all my love. TOEC 2.3.4. FHA 4 GERALD DUANE CARTER "The greatest obstacles facing us in life are ourselves and irrational fear of the unknown There is no such thing as the unknown — only things temporarily hidden, temporarily not understood " NJROTC 1. 2; Drill Team 1; Rifle Team 2; Close Up 3; Science Bowl 3; Science Qub 2. 3; Concert Chorus 4. Astronomy Qub 4; Computer Chib 4. Maranatha 2. 3. 4. Physics Club 3. 4 MALCOLM (KENT) CARTER "He who is intelligent in the present, has asked many questions in the past " Play Production 4; Thespians 3. 4; Computer Qub 4; Maranatha 3. 4; "Music Man" 3. "Damn Yankees" 4. Pep Qub 4 CASSANDRA LYNN CHASE "We cherish our friends not for their ability to amuse us. but for our ability to amuse them ” TOEC 2. 3.4. Pep Chib 4; FHA 4 RHONDA KAY CHUNN "Resolve to be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the stnvlng. and tolerant with the weak and the wrong Sometime in life you will have been all of these." Beta Chib 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4; French Club 1. 2. Secretary 2; DECA 3. 4. President 4; State Voting Delegate 3; Office Worker 1.2. 3. Arete 2. 3. 4; Maranatha 1.2.3.4; Newspaper Staff 2. KENNETH LOUIS CASFERSEN "One must utilUe free time wisely for there is very little left " Beta Qub 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Arete 2. 3. 4; Physics Qub 4; Computer Qub 4. CHARLES RANDALL CLINE "Well Leneice. our high school years are over, we did have problems here and there, but darling, our problems have only just begun, and I'll stick by you every step of the way.” Football 1. Track 3; Fashwn Board 3. 4; FHA 4; HERO 4. Cross Country 3 RHONDA RENEE CLARK "Study to show thyself approved unto God. a workman that needeth not be ashamed rightly dividing the word of truth.” II Timothy 2:15 FHA 1.2; JV Cheerleader 2. HERO III 3.4. Treasurer 3. Pep Chib 4 SONIA RUTH CLIFTON "Trust in the Lord with all thine Heart, and lean not to thine own understanding In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy paths " Proverbs 3:5-6 ROTC 1 2 3 4 Girls' Dril Team I. 2. 4. Commander 4. Rifle Team 3. 4; Color Guard 2. 3; Operations Officer 3. Communications Officer 4; Sojourners Medal 2; ROTC Honor Award 3. Marching Band 2. 3. 4. Rifle Captain 3. 4. Flag Co-Captain 4. Beginner Band 2; French Oub 1; Pep Oub 4 KENNETH FLOYD CODY "High school was fun. but now it's done; I'm graduating feeling like I'm number one On top of the world is where I'll always be. clowning, fooling around and Just being me K.C." Football 1. Basketball 2; Track 3. 4. Band 2. 3. 4; Chorus 3. 4; Pep Oub 1. 2; M Oub 2. 3; Talent Show Winner 2. 3.4 JOE CHADWICK COLUMBIA "Life Is only as good as you make. So live your life the way you want " Football 1. French Oub 1. 2. 3; Tennis Team 2; Physics Club 4; Literary Guild 4; Computer Qub 4; Attendance Worker 3. 4. SHELIA D. COLLINS "The best will always come your way if you have the Lord by your side and if you share with someone special the love in your heart ” Class Representative 1; TOEC 3. DECA 4; Powder Puff Football 3. 4 seniors 91 DEBORAH JUNE COMER "So seldom do people say I love you When they say It. It's loo late or love has gone, so when I say I love you It doesn't mean that I know you'll never go. only that I wish you didn't have to " ROTC 1. 2. Marching Band 1.2 DAVID GILBERT CONTRERAS "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, on your own intelligence rely not " Physics Gub 3. 4. National Honor Society 3, 4. Science Gub 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Arete 2, 3. 4, Spanish Club 4. Electronics 2. Beta Gub 3. 4. Volleyball 1. Basketball 1. Power T Gub 2. 320 Kilometer Gub 1 MITCHELL REED CRUM "Education Is not what you put Into school, but what you get out of It." VICA3. TINA LEIGH CONRAN "Take your time don’t live too fast troubles will come and they will pass " - Lynyrd Skynyrd Gymnastics 1. 2. 3. TONIA LANEL COOPER "No one thought I would do It. but I did. I have en)oyed It. but It is time to move on to bigger and better things. It is time to grow up and prove to everyone I can make It on my own Good luck Jay and Michelle " TOEC 3. 4. Flag Corps 3. FHA 4. Powder Puff 4 THOMAS H. CUTLIP "Liberty is not a hcense to do your will but freedom to do what you ought." Football Manager 2. 3; VAM 3. 4 MICHAEL ABENES DALAO "Every person is responsible for only the good within hh abilities, and for no more, and no one can tell whose sphere is the largest " Football 1.2. 3, 4; Spanish Chib 2; Computer Gub 4. Physics Gub 4. M Gub 3. 4 CARA LEIGH-ANN COSTNER "Smile with the Intent to do mischief. Laugh having done It Lady M Oub 1. 2. 3. 4. Arete 2. 4. Office Worker 3. 4. Softball 1. 2. 3. 4. All District Softball 2. 3. Basketball 1. Cross Country 2. 3; Teacher's Assistant 2. 3. 4. M Gub 1. 2. 3. 4. Physics Gub 4. Powder Puff 3. 4. Guidance and Attendance Worker 2. 3. 4. Basketball Statistician 3. 4; Who's Who TAMMY LYNN CULVER “In this world it's not what we receive, but what we give that makes a difference. Good luck to everyone and to my parents a special thanks for being there when I needed them. I love you both " Cosmetology 2. 3. 4. Pep Gub 4; Office Worker 3. 4; FHA 1. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3. Powder Puff 4 GORDON LESLIE DARCEY "Take your time don't live too fast troubles will come and they will pass Go find a woman and you'll find love And don’t forget, son ‘There’s someone up above " ” Electronics 2. VAM 3. 4 MIKE CHRIS DAVENPORT "Been up and down since I turned seventeen Well, I've been on top and then It seems I lost my dream. But I've got it back. I'm feeling better every day Tell all those pencil pushers better get out of my way ' — Lynyrd Skynyrd Electronics 1.2; VAM 3.4 PATRICIA LYNN DANLEY "Love forgets mistakes, nagging about them parts the best of friends " Proverbs 17:9 French Gub 1. 2. 3. Spanish Gub 3. 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4; Arete 1. 2. 3. 4; Paper Staff 3. Yearbook Staff 4. Guidance Worker 4. Powder Puff 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Teacher's Aide 4. Who’s Who 92 seniorsLENEICE RENEE DAVIS "As I leave Millington Central High School. I want you all to remember always that you should love someone lor who they are and for whom they may become not (or their outside appearance. Because beauty is deep within and not on the outside looking in " Maranatha 1. Spanish Club 2; Literary Guild 2. Mu Alpha Theta 4 JERRY GLENN DAVIDSON "It's been twelve long years. NOW I’m free at last " VAM 3. 4 JEFFREY LYNN DAVIS “Unto thee. O Lord, do I lift up my soul O my God. 1 trust in thee let me not be ashamed, let not mine enemies triumph over me " Rodeo Club 2. Maranatha 3; VAM 4. Band 1 SHONYA LONG DAVIS "To be faithful in little things is a big thing LORRAINE DENISE DIGGS "You're never a failure until you stop trying " Track 2. 3. 4. FHA 1; TOEC 3. 4. HERO 2 ROBERT BRENT DAVIS "Born on a mountain, raised In a cave, partying and rocking is all that I crave CHRIS DEMPSEY "Liberty of thought is the life of the soul ." NEVA MARIE DOBBS "Without my parents I wouldn't have made it this far Without Glen. I won't make it any farther Spanish Chib 1 ROBIN LYNN DUPREE "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me." Philippians 4 13 FHA 1. Maranatha 2. 3. Paper Staff 3; HOSA 3. 4. Who's Who SHAWN MICHAEL DeWITT "Party today for no one knows what is in store for tomorrow " Wiererette Club CHARLES R. DICKENS, JR. "If a person does not make new acquaintances as he advances through life, he will soon find himself left alone, one should keep his friendships In constant repair " VICA Club 2. 3. 4 CHERYL DENISE DURHAM "When In doubt, mumble!" Yearbook Staff 3. Maranatha 2. 3, 4. Powderpuff Football 3. Pep Club 4. Homecoming Committee 4. Literary Guild 4. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3 seniors 93BONNIE LYNN EDENS "Graduation is a sad but happy thing. For soon the school bell will ring. We’ll say good-bye and go our separate ways Looking forward to tomorrows, and back at yesterdays " Pep Qub 1, 2. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3. JAMES ALBERT DICKERSON "If the person beside you is not In step, perhaps he marches to the beat of a different drummer ” Rodeo Club 1. 2. 3. JEFFERY SCOTT DOWDY "H is better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool, than open your mouth and remove all doubt " Basketball 1.2. 3. 4. Deca 3; Beta Chib 2. 3; M Dub 1. 2. 3. 4; Physics Cub 4; Computer Qub 4. Powder Puff Coach 3. 4 KAREN LYNN EFFLEY "Love has the meaning to me of school and the friendships it’s brought No greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends Though the wind sweeps over the silent skies, so do the friendships that never die Spanish Qub 1; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Maranatha 1. 2. 3. 4; Maranatha Staff 3; TOEC 3. 4. Pep Qub 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Literary Guild 4; Powder Puff 4 TABRINA LYNN ESTES "A friend is one who knows all about you and loves you even more Softball 1. 2. 3. 4. Basketball 3. 4; Cross-Country 3. 4; M Qub 2. 3. 4; Lady M Qub 2. 3. 4; DECA Club 4. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Attendance Worker 3; Teacher’s Aide 4; Powder Puff 4 MARK ALAN DOYLE "I am not afraid of tomorrow, I have seen yesterday, and I love today!" Computer Qub 4. Physics Qub 4; Fund Raising Committee for Senior Prom; Teacher’s Aide 2. 3. 4 DANNY H. DUKE "Well, it’s cold here in the city. I live my life from day to day; guess I'll always be a rambler, but it’s so hard to find my way.” AF LENE TINA FISHER ”T t fear of the Lord lendeth to life; and he that hath It shall abide satisfied, he shall not be visited with evil." B ketball 1. FifA 1; Hero II 2; Hero II Secretary 2; Lady Trojan 3. 4. TOEC 1 AUDREY N. FISHER "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance but by sorrow of the heart the spirit is broken.” Proverbs 15:13 Basketball 1.2; Track 1. 2. 3; Lady M Qub 1.2; FHA; Hero I; TOEC Parliamentary Team JEFFERY KENT DUNCAN ”1 try to be happy, it’s the only way to be; and if you don't like them apples, then don’t shake my tree.” GoM 1. 2. 4; Physics Qub 4. DECA 3; Computer Qub 4; Powder Puff Cheerleader and Coach 3. 4. JERRY LEE DYE, JR. "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God. and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man " Ecclesiastes 12:13 Football 1; ROTC 1.2. 3; Drill Team 1.2. Executive Officer 3; Spanish Oub 2; Physics Qub 4; Computer Qub 4. Arete 2.3. 4. Beta Qub 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4. TAMARA ANNE GODIN “Stop putting things off because when you think about it you never really get a second chance." Art Qub 1. Key Qub 2; Drama Qub 2. 3. 4; Student Council 3; Class Representative 3; Pep Club 4 94 seniorsTINA MARIE GRAY "When you find someone you really care about. you'O find out the sun shines when it rains Science Club 1.2. Treasurer 2; FBTA 1. 2. Cheerleader 1. 2. Co-Captain 2; FHA 1.2. ROBBIE DAVID ELKINS "Learning is hard, teaching is tough, but knowing is ‘taking it easy'." Cross Country 3. TONY ELLIOT "The easiest person to deceive is one’s own self " PATRICIA ANGIE GREGORY "True wisdom consists principally of two parts: the knowledge of God. and the knowledge of ourselves." John Calvin Arete 2, 3, 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Yearbook Staff 3. Editor 4. Maranatha 2. Powder puff Football 3. 4; Literary Guild 4. Physics Club 4; Hall of Fame. Who's Who DAWN MARIE GRIMMITT "Love never gives up; its faith, hope, and patience never fail." I Corinthians 13:7 Beta Club 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4. Spanish Club 3. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Girls’ State Representative 3; Office Worker 1. 2; Powder Puff 3. 4. Maranatha 2. Class President 4. Student Council 4. Physics Club 4. Pep Club 4; Yearbook 4; Arete 3. 4; Hall of Fame. Who's Who. JOEL EVERHART "All the world's indeed a stage We are merely players — performers and portrayers each other's audience outside the guilded stage STEVEN RAY FISHER "Character is made by what you stand for. reputation by what you fall for " Beginner Band 1; Intermediate Band 2; Marching Band 3; Track 3. 4; DECA 4. PEGGY GUETTERMAN "Only the person involved can know his own bitterness or Joy — no one else can really share it." Prov 14 10 SUSAN GAIL HALL "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." Prov. 3:5, 6 Student Council 1. Spanish Club 1. 2; Tennis 1. 2, Beta Club 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Physics 4. DECA 3. 4. Pep Club 1. Arete 2. 3. 4. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3. ALFRED E. GABRIEL "My interest is m the future because I am going to spend the rest of my hfe there." Marching Band 3. 4. Concert Band 3. 4. Jau Band 4; Thespian 3. 4. Octagon Club 3. 4. Computer Club 4. Physics Club 4. Band Uniform Manager 4 DAVID JAMES GAGNON "To build soundly, you must think constructively." Football 2. 3. 4; Track 4. "M" Club 2. 3. 4. Spanish Club 2. Physics Club 4. Computer Club 4 WENDY GAIL HARRELL “Be patient and you will finally win. for a soft tongue can break hard bones." Proverbs 25:15 Beta Club 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. Arete 2. 3. 4. French Club 2. 3. Secretary 3. Quill and Scroll 3. 4. Paper Staff 2. 3. 4; Club and Features Editor 3; Co-Editor 4; Class Treasurer 4. Powderpuff 3, 4. Physics Club 4, Literary Guild 4, Sadie Hawkins Committee 4 seniors 95 CHERYL LYNN HARRIS "He who cannot forgive others breaks the bridge which he must himself pass " Tennis 1.2. Softball 3. 4. Beta Gub 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Arete 2. 3, 4. Pep Gub 2. 3. 4. Powder Puff 3. 4. Troianette 2. 3. 4. Spanish Gub 2. M Gub 1. 2. 3. 4. TOEC 3. 4. Physics Gub 4. DECA 4. Hall of Fame. Who's Who RANDALL WAYNE FOREMAN "Nobody can force me to drink. I'm a volunteer " Football 1.2 DENNIS GARDNER "Interest speaks all sorts of tongues, and plays all sorts of parts, even that of disinterestedness DENISE EL01SE HARRIS “Life is put Into a pause waiting for love Mine has been a long life with many short and false dreams Will they ever come true7 Casual pauses in the dew When will I be able to truly say. I love you ' ” Basketball 1. Softball 1 LORI CAROL HARRIS "Believe in yourself " Pep Gub 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3. President 4. Trojanette 1, 2. Spanish Gub 2. 4. Thespians 3. 4. Girls' Choir 2; Choir for "Oklahoma” 2. Announcer for Gris' Basketball 3. 4; Who's Who GREG A. GEORGE "Do what you like like what you do Do all things In love and love wtll come to you Take what you need need what you take There’s only one life it’s the one you make " Shop I and II. Auto Body I and II GLEN JAMES GERTH II “Love is bke wine the more it ages the more potent it Is." MELINDA JOYCE HARRIS "It is by logic we prove, but intuition that we discover " Basketball 1. Attendance Office Worker 1. 2, 3, 4. Student Council Representative 3. Gris' State Representative 3. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3. Arete 2. 3. 4. Vica Cosmetology 2. Beta Gub 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. Principal's Advisory 3. 4. Close up 4. Literary Guild Secretary 4. Physics Gub 4. Homecoming Court 4. Senior Publicity Committee 4. Teacher's Aide 4, Hall of Fame PAMELA JO HARRIS "True friends are like diamonds, precious and rare, false friends are bke autumn leaves, found everywhere Thanks Belinda. Emily and Karen FHA 1; Spanish Club 2. 3. 4. French Gub 3. 4. Pep Gub 2. 3; Beta Gub 2, 3. 4. National Honor Society 3, 4 JOHN BRIAN GLADDEN "No matter how good you think you are. there's always someone who thinks they're better " Teacher's Aide 2. Computer Qub 4. Physics Gub 4. WILLIAM FARRIS GRAVES "It's time for the class of '82 to depart leaving forever. Advice to lower classmen is that you need to study hard We leave MCHS to seek our fortunes in the world Goodbye old friends May you all have a long and prosperous life " Football 1 EMILY LORRIANNE HASTY "In rivers, the water that you touch is the last of what has passed and the first of that which comes, so with present time." Spanish Gub 2. 3; French Gub 3. 4. Flag Corps 2, 3. 4. Beta Gub 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3, 4. Pep Gub 1.2. 3. Maranatha 3. Mini Word Smith 3. 1 96 seniors SANDRA JEAN HATHCOCK "To exist 1$ to change. to change Is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly FHA 1. TOEC 3. 4. Spanish Club 2 JEFFERY SCOTT GREEN "Life is an event where we sit as spectators awhile, and then act our own part in it." Arete 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Physics 3. 4. KEVIN ROBERT GREENBURG "You think it's easy makin one night stands Try playing in a Rock n-Roil Band Thanks to everyone MB. ST. SK. RD, DB. DL. 'Inside Out.' JS. JR. KT and Mom and Dad " Art 4. Shop II 4. Graphics 1.2.3. JACQUELINE SUE HAWKINS "Two raods diverged in a wood. I took the one less traveled by and that has made all the difference " Robert Frost Pep Club 1. French 1. 2. Beta Cub 2. DECA 3. Office Worker 1.2. 3. 4 REBECCA SUSAN HILL "Love is like an ocean, it can be rough and stormy but most of the time it's calm and beautiful ” FHA 3; TOEC 4. Pep Club 3. 4. Homecoming Committee 3. Winter Festival Committee 3. WILLIAM ALBERT GRIFFITH "Now is the time for the class of '82 to say farewell to MCHS In doing so each Senior stops to reflect on what he believes to be his conquests, his defeats, his happiness, his sorrow We realue that love can come and go. but in the process of maturity, we find our true and everlasting love I now say farewell classmates. Au revoir teachers. Auf Wiedersehen high school Hello World Thespians 1.2. 3. 4. Junior Representative 3. Vice President 4. Play Production 2. 3. 4. All District Cast 3; Best Supporting Actor 3. Yearbook 3. 4. Literary Guild 3. 4. Sadie Hawkins Band Committee 3 MIKE DUANE GROSS "Life is like a cloud of smoke, it diminishes so quickly JILL RENEE HOBBS "You don't have to be noisy to be noticed " Maranatha 1, 2; HOSA 3. 4. Treasurer 4 ROBIN MELVIN HOLCOMB "Many is a word that only leaves you guessing guessing about a thing you really ought to know " Football 1. 2. Office Worker 4. Vocational Electronics 2. 3 THOMAS G. HALE "If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter, for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself French Chib 2. 3. Marching Band 3. 4 WILLIAM HAROLD HARKNESS "Many dreams come true and some have silver linings. I live for my dreams and a pocket full of gold ADA CHERIE HORTON "Life was a lot simpler when what we honored was father and mother rather than all ma)or credit cards. FHA 1. Library Worker 2. Office Worker 4. DECA 4 seniors 97 DONNA MARIE HUBBARD "Only foots refuse to be taught Listen to your father and mother What you learn from them will stand you in good stead, it will gain you many honors " Beta Club 2. 3. 4; Arete 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Maranatha 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Gris' Chotr 1. 2; Concert Choir 3. 4 MAURICE GAINES HARMON “What is bitter to endure may be sweet to remember." National Honor Society 3. 4; Beta dub 4. Physics Club 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Track 3. 4, State Track Meet 3. 4. Football 3; Football Head Manager 4. Wrestling 4; M Club 3. 4; Mu Alpha Theta Treasurer 4. Who’s Who. JOHN MARK HARTLEY "This is our last year of high school but for us it will be the first year of our lives The fun days are behind us but more fun and life's reality are before us May God bless each of you in the years to come To my classmates: Good luck to you in the future " Football 1, 2. Track 2; Baseball 3. 4. DECA Club 3. 4. Vice President 4. Attendance Office Worker 4. M Club 3. 4. BARBARA GAIL HUCKABEE "The rain is wet. the sun is bright — I think by day. and dream by night. Life goes by. the world goes round ’I Love You' a beautiful sound." PENNY HUGHES "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction.'' GEORGE MICHAEL HISSONG "You should enjoy here, while you’re here, because there may be no here, there!" Football 1. Manager 4; Wrestling 2. 3. 4; M Club 2. 3. 4; Physics Club 4; Maranatha 2, 3. 4; Powder Puff Coach 3. 4 DAVID WAYNE HOWARD "To err is human, to forgive is out of the question." FFA 1. 2; Beta dub 2. 3. 4. FBLA 3. GLADYS DELORES HULLEY "A wise man will hear, and will increase learning, and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels.'’ Proverbs 1:5 Spanish dub 1; Cross Country 1. Track 1. 2; French Chib 2. 3. 4. Pep dub 3. 4. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Powder Puff 3. 4. Literary Guild 3. 4. Teacher's Assistant 4. Attendance Office Worker 4. Newspaper Staff 1. 3. 4. Business Manager 4. News Editor 4; Quill and Scroll 3. 4. Arete 3. 4. Beta dub 3. 4. National Honor Society 4. Computer Club 4. Secretary 4. Physics Club 4. Secretary 4; Literary Guild President 4; Who’s Who. THERESA DIANE HUMPHREY "One of the real joys of our lives is having friends and keeping in touch with them " Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Arete 2. 3. 4; Yearbook 4; FHA 1; Physics dub 4. Teacher s Ade 4 JAMES T. HUGHES, JR. “It feels good leaving Millington this year " Physics dub 4. Computer dub 4. Football 1. 2. 3. 4 WILLIAM DAVID HUNT “Life is believing in yourself, defending the one you love, trusting your friends, caring for your family, and having faith that God will see you through " Beta dub 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Arete 1. 2. 3. 4. Physics dub 4. Vice-President 4. FHA 3. M dub 1. 2. 3. 4; Teacher's Aide 3; Office Worker 2. 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Wrestling 3. 4. Track 1. 3. 4. Cross Country 4. Optimist dub Winner 2. 4; Who's Who 4. Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4 ANTOINETTE HURD "The fun I had I’D always remember, but the troubles I've had will be left for the lower classmen I wish you all the best of luck for your years to come " Powder Puff 4; HERO III 4. Pep dub 3.4 98 seniorsJOANNE JEAN JENKINS "The past will bring us memories of all our yesteryears. Remembering all the fun we had long ago and oh so far away." Volleyball 1. 2; Newspaper Staff; JV Cheerleader 2. John F Kennedy's Dance Company (Guam) 2. Matthew C Perry's Dance Troop (Japan) 2; Hero II. DONNIE JACKSON "Hypocrisy Is a homage vice pays to virtue.” ALFRED J. JONES "Give Instruction to a wise man, and he will be yet wiser: teach a just man. and he will increase In learning." (Prov 9:9) BARBARA LIN JONES "Each and every day I am. thankfully, blessed with the examples of all my friends I pray that my Father In heaven will bless them eternally " National Honor Society 3. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Maranatha 2. 3. 4. French Club 1. 2, 3; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Tennessee All-State Orchestra 3. 4; "Oklahoma” Orchestra 2; "Music Man Orchestra 3; Advanced Choir 2, 3. 4; Powder Puff 3. 4. BETTY YVONNE JONES "Speak not evil one of another, brethren. He that speaketh evil of his brother, and judgeth his brother, speaketh evil of the law. and judgeth the law: but if thou judge the law. thou art not a doer of the law. but a judge " (James 4.11) Pep Club 4; Concert Choir 1,2. STEVEN GLENN KINNEY "Rock bands have come and rock bands will go. but rock-n-roll will go on forever!" The Kinks MICHAEL ALLEN KRAUSE "Red sky In the morning, sailors take warning. Red sky at night sailor's delight. Octagon Club 3. 4; Physics Club 3. 4; Computer Club 4; Who's Who. GINGER E. JONES "Half of being smart Is knowing what you're dumb at." ROTC 1. 2.3. 4. Rodeo Club 3. 4. Secretary 4 MELISSA ANNE KIESTLER "I feel sorry for those who are ruining other people's lives that they don’t give them a chance at all." Basketball 1; French Club 1; FHA 1; Track 1; Small Engines 2; Pep Club 1 DOUGLAS RICHARD LANE. JR. "A new commandment I give unto you. that ye love one another, as I have loved you. that ye also love one another ." John 13:34 Student Council 1. 2; Football 3. Rifle Team 1. 2. 3. 4. ROTC 1. 2. 3. 4. Drill Team 3. 4. Company Commander 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Computer Club 4; Spanish Club 4. Physics 4 TIMOTHY ANTHONY LEBLANC "Those who want by the yard, but give by the Inch, should be kicked by the foot," Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Track 2. 3. 4; Beta Club 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Arete 1. 2. 3. 4; M-Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Physics Chib 4; Computer Club 4; Hall of Fame WENDY LANA KILLBREATH "Craiy. but that's how it goes, millions of people who living Is for. maybe it's not too late to learn how to love and to forget how to hate " seniors 99LISA ANN KING "The only limits to our accomplishments of tomorrow, are our doubts of today FHA 1; Arete 2. 3. 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3.4. French Club 2. 3. 4. Teacher's Aide 3 SAMMY LEFARD “Take time for all things, great haste makes great waste " VICA 3.4 BERL E. LIGHTFOOT HI “The reward of a thing well done is to have done it." Rodeo 3. 4. VICA 3.4 PATSEY ANN K1SNER “Lord, give me the strength to change the things in my life that need changing the tolerance to accept that which cannot be changed and the wisdom to know the difference “ Octagon 2. 3. 4. President 2. 3; Leaders of MCHS 3; Pep Club 3. 4. Spanish Club 4. Art Club 1. Pep Band 2. 3. 4. Hatching Band 1, 2. 3. 4; Concert Band I. 2. 3. 4. Top Ten in Miss Millington Pageant 2, 3; Sadie Hawkins Queen 2. 3 SHERI LANETTE KNOX "Be careful how you live; you may be the only Bible some people read " FHA 1. HERO II 2. Maranatha 2. 3. 4. Arete 1. 2. 3. 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Spanish 3. 4. Powderpuff 3; Teacher's Aide 3 KARL LANCE LOEBLEIN "Unless you know where you are going, any road will take you there " NJROTC 1. 2. 3. 4. Drill Team 1. 2; Physics Club 3. 4. NJROTC Public Affairs Officer 4 JOHN LOUIS LOMBARDO "Ha. I'm glad I'm leaving! Thanks Mom. for everything Susan, baby. I love you. what else can I say?" DECA 3. VICA 4 TAMMY RENEE LAIRD "The world is full of Kings and Queens who blind your eyes and steal your dreams it's heaven and hell " Black Sabbath Cheer leading 1. VICA Cosmetology 2. 3. 4 RHONDA ELIZABETH LAWRENCE “The only man who can change his mind is a man that's got one " E Westcott Volleyball 1.2. 3. 4. Lady Trojan Club 1. 2. 3. 4. M Club 2. 3. 4. Teacher's Aide 2. 3. 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Na tional Honor Society 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Optimist Club Award Winner 1. 3; French Club 4. Track Manager 1.2 STEVEN DAVID MacNEILL "Bye. bye Millington High " (BUDDY) CURTIS BURTON MADDOX "Do It to others before they do it to you Baseball 1. 2. Basketball 1.2. 3. 4 JULI ANN LAWSON "Coming together Is a beginning, keeping together is a progress, working together Is a success " Softball 1. 2. 3. 4. Volleyball 1. 2. Co-Captain 4. Beta Qub 2. 3, 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Arete 2. 3. 4; Physics Club 4. Optimist Club Winner Volleyball 1. M Qub 2. 3. 4, Lady M Qub 2. 3, 4. Teacher's Aide 3. 4; Powder Puff 3. 4; Who's Who 100 seniorsJANET LYNNE LEECH "There's a vast difference in sticking your nos »n other people's business and putting your heart in other people's problems " Cheerleader 1. 2. 3. 4. Captain 1. Alternate 4. Winter Festival Court 3. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Lady M 2. 3, 4. M dub 3. 4: DECA 3. 4. State Honor Award Free Enterprise 3. Secretary 4. Office Worker 3; FHA 1. Pacesetter 4. French Club 4; Computer Club 4 DOUGLAS RAYMOND MAGRUDER “I know I've failed, but I also know I didn't quit." Football 1.2; Wrestling 1.2 JOE MAHANNAH "People who make no noise are dangerous." TERRI LYNN LEVEY "Paying attention and learning promotes earning Bye bye to all of my friends'" Spanish Club 1. Pep Club 1 DEBRA ANN LEWELLYN "Having it your way might be all right now. But doing It His way is what counts later." Sadie Hawkins Queen Candidate 3. Play Productions 4. Maranatha Club 2. Powderpuff Football 4 THOMAS AQUINAS MALIC "Those who make the best use of their time have none to spare " Track 2; Spanish Club 1.2. 3. President 3; Artists in Action 3 GEORGE LEE MALONE "He who has accomplished something will have accomplished a lot." HERO II SARAH PAULINE LEWIS "It is Important to remember that the promise ' God causes all things to work together for good.' only applies to those who love God. those who have been born into his family " Thespian Club 2. 3. 4. Spanish Club 1. TOEC Club 3. 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4 TAMMIE LOFLIN “No path of flowers leads to glory ” ALEXANDER MARSHALL "To ere Is human but to wear out an eraser before a pencil is going too far " Basketball 1. Principal Advisory 1. Newspaper Staff 3. 4. Sports Editor 4. Track 2. 3. 4. SPA 1. Arete 2. 3. 4. Beta Club 3. 4. Fashion Show 3. 4. Science Club 2. 3. National Honor Society 3. 4; Concert Choir 3; Physics Chib 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. M Club 2. 3. 4. HaP of Fame. Who's Who JAMES MICHAEL MARTIN "An enlightened mind is not hoodwinked, it Is not shut up in a gloomy prison till It thinks the walls of Its own dungeon the limits of the universe, and the reach of its own chain the outer verge of intelligence" H W Longfellow Marchlng Concert Band 1.2. 3. 4. Jazz Band 2. 3. 4. Band President 4. All-West Jr Concert Band 1. All-West Sr Concert Band 3; All West Jazz Band 3; All-State Concert Band 3. All-State Jazz Band 3; Yearbook Talent Show Winner 2. 3; Mid South Fair Talent Show 3. 4. Octagon Club Secretary 3. Vice President 4. Physics Club 3. 4. Astronomy Club 3. 4. Orchestra 1.2. 3. McDonald's All American Band Nominee 4. Hall of Fame ANGELA BETH LOPEZ "May the road rise to meet you. May the wind be always at your back May the sun shine warm upon your face And the rains fall soft upon your fields, and until we meet again may God hold you in the palm of His hand " "Thanks Mom. Dad. Lore. Joyce. Mom and Dad Mitchell. Shelby, and the rest of the gang " FHA 1. 2. Secretary 2. Parliamentarian 3. FHA Shelby County Sub Regional Treasurer 2. Spanish Club 2. Arete 2. 3. Maranatha 2. HOSA 3. 4. Treasurer 4 seniors 101RENA CHRISTINE LYELL "We are handicapped on all sides, but we are never frustrated, we are puzzled. but never in despair We are persecuted, but we never have to stand tt alone We may be knocked down, but we are never knocked out' Every day we experience some of the death of Jesus " FHA 1. Maranatha 2. 3. 4. TOEC 4. Physics 4. Computer Club 4. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3. Teacher's Aide 2. 3. 4. Senior Prom Committee 4; Office Worker 2 CHARLES EDWARD MASSEY "Northern lights flashed by and then they were gone and as old stars were dying, so the new ones were born. Ever on 1 sailed celestial waves and in the light of my years, shown the rest of my days " Beta Club 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4, Literary Guild 4. Spanish 2. Science Club 2. Arete 2. 3. 4. Physics Club 4. Yearbook Staff 4. Epic Magazine 4 CARL ANTHONY MATTHEWS "Education is not what you put into school, but what you get out of it Football 1.2 HELEN G. MABAYAN "To achieve all that Is possible we must attempt the impossible — To be as much as we can be. we must dream of being more ” Pep Club 1. Band Manager 1. 2; Chorus 1. 2. 3; Outstanding Vocalist 2. 3; Drama 2. 3. 4; Yearbook Business Manager 3; "Shogun" 3. Outstanding Young Gtizen 3. Student Activities Committee 3; National Honor Society 3. 4. Advanced Choir 4. Literary Guild 4. Beta Club 4. Mu Alpha Theta 4. Yearbook Staff 4. Thespians 4 VICKI MANNING "Nearly all men die of their remedies, and not of their illnesses " WILLIAM HASKEW MAXWELL, JR. "Many things can help you find the doorway to success, but persistence is the key ” Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Art Club 3. French Gub 2. Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Physics Gub 4. Computer Gub 4 BOBBY EUGENE MAY, JR. "So d you think your life ts complete confusion, 'cause your neighbor's got it made. Just remember that it’s a grand illusion, and deep inside we're all the same." Football 2. Baseball 3. 4. Wrestling 3. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Physics Gub 3 ANGELA MARCY "Our Irfe. a little gleam of time between two eternities " Jazz Band 2. 3; Optimist Club 2. CAROLYN ELIZABETH MASON "The only way to make your dreams come true Is to wake up " TOEC 3. 4. Teacher's Assistant 2. 3. 4 JOHN M. MAYO, JR. "Take your time don't live too fast. Troubles will come and they will pass Go find a woman and you’ll find love And don't forget there's someone up above." Gass President 3. Student Council 2. 4. Beta Club 2. 3, 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3. Physics Gub 4. Computer Club 4, Arete 2. 3. 4. Tennis 2, 3. 4. Office Worker 4 JAMES MITCHELL McCLURE "Success is just a matter of luck Ask any failure " Baseball 3. 4; Cross Country 4. M Gub 3.4, Spanish Gub 3; Deca Gub 4 TERRY LYNN McBRIDE “ ‘I'm sailing away, set an open course for the virgin sea Cause I’ve got to be free. Free to face the life that's ahead of me.' Good-bye MCHS, I'll never forget you." Spanish Gub 2. 3. 4. Astronomy dub 3; Literary Guild 4; Pep Gub 4, Cafeteria Worker 3. 4; Epic Magazine Staff 4 102 seniorsf KAREN JEAN McCLARTY "Our memories of yesterday Will last a lifetime. We’ll take the best, forget the rest And someday we’ll find These arc the best of times Good bye MCHS. It's been great " FHA 1. President 2. Parliamentarian 3; Literary Guild 3. 4. Astronomy Club 3; Spanish Chib 2. 3. 4. Pep Oub 4. Cafeteria Worker 3. 4; Epic Magazine 4 JOHN TERRY McGILL "What will be was. what was is. and what is was will be a again " French Oub 1. 2. Physics Club 4. Computer Oub 4. NJROTC 1. 2. 3. 4; Color Guard 2; Assistant Color Com mander 2; Drill Team 3. 4; Platoon Color Guard 3; Executive Officer 3; Supply Officer 4 GERARD KENT McVAY "Are we everything a play within a play." Basketball 1. 2; Beta Club 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Beginning Band 1; Jazz Band 2. 3, 4; Marching Band 4. All West Tennessee Jazz Band 3; All State Jazz Band 3; Talent Show Winner 2. 3. Computer Oub 4; Physics Club 3. 4; Mid South Fair Talent Show Participant 3. 4. Orchestra for "Oklahoma" 2. McDonald's All American Marching and Jazz Band 4: Who's Who; Hall of Fame SALLIE CARLEEN McCORMICK "We know nothing of tomorrow; our business Is to be good and happy today " — Sydney Smith Band 2. Secretary 3. Librarian 4. Field Commander 4. Octagon Oub Treasurer 3. President 4. TOEC Club 3. 4. "Oklahoma" Orchestra 2; "Music Man" Chorus 3 CONNIE LYNN McCULLOUGH "As we venture into our futures we enter a endless tunnel, where only a few see the light.” Cheerleader 1. 2. 3. Captain 4. Winter Festival Court 2; Homecoming Court 3. 4; MCHS Fashion Board 2. 3. Presidnet 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Senior Class Secretary 4. Miss Millington 3. Pacesetter 4. Office Worker 2. 3. 4. Teacher's Assistant 3. 4; FHA 1; TOEC 2. Reporter 3. DECA 3. Parliamentarian 4. Maranatha 3. 4; Lady M Oub 2. 3. 4. M Oub 3. 4. SPA 2. Pep Oub 2. 3. 4. Computer Club 4. Miss MCHS 4. Powder Puff 4; Senior Place Com mlttee 4. 2nd Runner-up In Miss Youth Personality Contest 4; Hall of Fame DAVID LOREN MILLER “Finally!” Football 1; Cross Country Manager 2. Wrestling Manager 2. DAVID SHAWN MITCHELL "Life Is a big game. If you can't play fair, cheat!" GoM 2. 4. Hero III; Pep Oub 1 SHERI DAWN McKEE "You do your thing and I do mine I’m not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you're not here to live up to mine You are you. and I am I But in the future. If by chance we should find each other, that’s beautiful " Cheerleader 1. 2; FHA 1; Spanish Oub 4; Pep Club 4 DIANA AMYLE MILLER “When you finally find your love you'll know it; because he is the only one who can hurt you so much and still make you thankful for him " VIC A Electronics 3; Electronics Advisory Committee Secretary 3; Fashion Show 3. Powder Puff 4 MICHAEL SCOTT MITCHELL "Many people give advice by the bushel, but take It by the grain.” Wrestling 2. 3. 4. Baseball 2. 3. 4. M Oub 2. 3. 4 MIKE MOITOZO “If you overlook all my bad points. I’m not so bad " DECA 3 RUBYE CAROL MINCEY "When you love someone, love them each day and each moment to the fullest because you never know when God wtU take them away." Track 2. 3. 4. FHA 1.2. VICA 2. 3. 4. Lady M Oub 2. 3. 4 M Oub 3. 4. Cross Country 2. 3. 4. Maranatha 2; Na ttonal Honor Society 3. 4; Student Council Representative 4; Office Worker 3. 4; Arete 2. 3. 4 seniors 103LAURA MICHELLE MOONEY "Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime — we'll take the best, forget the rest, and someday we'll find that these are the best of times " Pep Gub 2. 3. Trojanette 4. Gass Treasurer 1. Class Secretary 2. Principal's Advisory 1. 2. 3; TOEC 2. 3. 4. Vice President 2. Presidnet 4. Class Favorite 2. 3. National Honor Society 3. 4. J. C. Penney Fashion Board 3. President 4. Civitan Bowl Queen Representative 3. Powder Puff 4. Guidance Worker 3. 4. Office Worker 2; Homecoming Court 2. 3. Sadie Hawkins Decoration Committee 3; Hall of Fame. Gass Favorite 4 RONNIE WAYNE MONTGOMERY "I'm opposed to millionaires, but it would be dangerous to offer me the position." DECA 3. 4. Advanced Art 4. Literary Guild 4 BRIAN J. MOODY "He was so educated that he could name a horse in nine languages but so ignorant that he bought a cow to ride " Ben Franklin French Gub 1; Electronics 2. VICA-VAB 3. 4 MARGARET ANN MORRISON "Obstacles will seem surmountable if you keep your eyes on the goal " National Honor Society 3. 4. Beta Gub 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4; Spanish Gub 1. 2. 3. Secretary 2. French Gub 3. 4. Pep Gub 2. Physics Gub 4. Yearbook 3. 4. Assistant Editor 4. Class Secretary 3; Arete 2. 3. 4; Optimist Gub Award Winner 2. 3; Math Contest 1. 2. 3. 1st Area Algebra I. 1st Area Comprehensive; Gose Up 3; Hall of Fame AMELIA HALLIE MURPHY “Nothing In the world can take the place of persistence Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuc cessful men with talent Genius will not. unrewarded genius is almost a proverb Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan "Press On" has solved — and always will solve — the problems of the human race " Calvin Coolidge Beta Gub 1. 2. 3. 4. FHA 1. 2. Concert Choir 3. 4 PATRICK THOMAS MOODY "Judging from the way many people are misbehaving themselves these days, they must think that hell has been air conditioned " French Gub 1. Spanish Gub 4 NEIL BLAINE MORROW "Life is like a bowl of cherries, with a little sugar it ain't so bad.” Beta Gub 2; Artist In Action 3. 4. MELODY JUANITA YVONNE MURPHY "The way to be happy is to make others happy Helping others is the secret of all success in business. In the arts, and in home." SELINA GAY MURPHY "Make new friends, but keep the old for these are silver and those are gold " KENNETH ROBERT MURPHY “A solid education can open many doors — the hard part is to pick the right one." Football 1. Beta Gub 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Spanish Gub 2. 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Physics Gub 4. Computer Gub 4; Arete 2. 3. 4. Optimist Club Award Winner 1; Math Contest 3. CHRISTOPHER KIRK ORMAN "Enjoy the present hour, be mindful of the past; and neither fear nor wish the approaches of the last." Football 2; Spanish Gub 2; M Gub 2; DECA 3. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4 DIANA LOUISE NELSON "Don't live in the past, for it is only memories Look forward to the good things In life, but don't be too sure of yourself or some day you may be all alone Take life day by day. and if you are loved, life will be worth living.” Computer Club 4. Teacher's Aide 2. 3. 4. Guidance Worker 4; Powder Puff 4; Physics Club 4; DECA 3. 4. Sadie Hawkins 3. Beta Club 3. 4; Spanish Gub 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Arete 2. 3. 4 104 seniorsTINA PAULINE NEWCOMB “Real fnends are those who. when you've made a fool of yourself, don't feel that you've done a permanent job." Pep Gub 1. Spanish 2. 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Phystcs Gub 4 WILLIAM JEFFERSON OSWALT "Only by pride cometh contention, but with the well advised is wisdom " Proverbs 13 10 Football 1, 2; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Spanish Gub 4. Who's Who 4. Yearbook Staff 4. Paper Staff 3; Powder Puff Qieerleader 4 STEVE PALMER “Don't ask a man everything he knows It may take too short of time " JUNE MARIE NOVAK "Learn as though you were to live forever Live as though you were to die tomorrow " Pep Gub 1. 2. 3. 4; FHA 1; French Gub 3; Rodeo Gub 3. Beginner Band 2. ROTC 1 MARY ANN NOVAK "God gave you life, but it's up to you how and what you make of it." Pep Gub 1. 2.3.4; FHA 1. ROTC 1 PAUL PANNELL "You can tell a Pannell. but you can’t tell him much." TRACY SMITH PARISH "A lot of people see things as they are and ask why. I see things as they ought to be and ask why not?' Track 2. 3. 4. M Gub 2. 3. 4; Physics CKib 4. Who's Who LORI OAKLEY "Oh. Lord, let my words be sweet, for tomorrow I may have to eat them " Varsity Tennis 1; Badminton 1. Spanish Club 3; ROTC 4 DEBOORAH LYNN ODOMES "I am a Black woman of independence and loyalty standing tall for all the world to see who I am and what I've set out to be. I'm me!" Track 1. 2. Lords and Ladies Gub 2. Cheerleader 1. Majorette 1. 2. Drama Gub 1. GQ Gub 2. DONALD SCOTT PERCER "No man is happy who does not think himself so." Football 1. 2. 4; Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Spanish 1; Computer Club 4; M-Gub 1.2. 3. 4. Powder Puff 3. 4. EDDY TURNER PERRY "But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings as eagles, they shall run. and not be weary, and they shall walk, and not faint." DEC A 4 MICHELLE D. ORTIZ "There's nothing honest in saying. ’I Love You’ until it comes from the center; until it's not a camouflaged way of saying 'please love me’." Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Batgirl 3. seniors 105 MICHELLE OVERTON “And the Lord make you to increase and abound In love one toward another, and toward all men." Marchtng Concert Band 2. 3; Literary Guild 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Arete 3. 4; Concert Choir 4. Na ttonal Plano Guild 4; Physics Club 4. WILLIAM JOE PETERSON "If people love me they'll take me as I am." Gymnastics 1.2.3, 4; Football 1, Baseball 1. Band 1. Pep Club 1; Soccer 1. 2. BARRY P. PINLAC "If you wake up and don't want to smile. If It takes )ust a little while, open your eyes and look at the day. You'll see things In a different way. Don't stop thinking about tomorrow. Don’t stop, it'll soon be here. It’ll be better than before — yesterday's gone, yesterday's gone " Marching Band 1. 2. 3. 4; Jazz Band 1. 2, 3. 4; Choir Accompanist 1. 2; Talent Show 2; Mid-South Fair Talent Contest 2; Music Man Orchestra 3; Concert Band 1.2. 3. 4 KATHY ANN OWEN "Why must we want so much more than we have, will we never be satisfied? Just look around — how can we feel denied " Office Worker 2. 3. 4; Powder Puff 3. 4; Pep Club 2. 4; TOEC 2. 3. 4. Vice President 4; National Honor Society 3.4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Prom Committee 4; Who's Who; Trojanette 4 PAMELA DENISE PALMER "Life does not require us to make good; it asks only that we give our best on each new level of experience " French 1; Spanish Club 3. 4; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4. Guidance Worker 4; Sadie Hawkins Decoration Committee 3; Teacher's Assistant 2. 4; Powder Puff 4; Pep Club 4; FHA 4 ALEXANDER K. PITSOS "Give me the benefit of your convictions. If you have any; but keep your doubts to yourself, for I have enough of my own." Wrestling 1. 2. 3.4; M Club 1. 2. 3. 4 MICHAEL PLASKY "You shall Judge a man by his foes as well as by his friends." REGINA KIM PANNELL "A friend is a person with whom I may be sincere; before him I may think aloud. This is true because I have found this type of friend at M.C.H.S. I'd like to wish everyone, especially Raymond Lombardo. Kim Bryant, and Missy Davis, good luck in their last years at M.C.H.S." LISA RANEE PARKER “You can give without loving, but you cannot love without giving " FHA 1; Spanish 2. 3; Beta Club 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Arete 2. 3. 4; Physics Club 4. BOBBY GORDON PRUETT "Waste anything but time, for time is our most valuable resource." Science Club 1. 2; Spanish dub 1; Physics Club 3. 4; Concert Choir 4; Play Productions 3, 4. Thespians 3. 4. Thespians President 4; "Musk Man" 3. TRAVIS TYRONE RANSOM "I’ve learned that people's attitudes, beliefs, and behavior tend to vary from one extreme to the other, especially when influenced by peers; but blessed is the child who stands his ownH" Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Student Council 4; Newspaper Staff 3. Co-Editor 4. Quill Scroll 3; Physics dub 4. M dub 2. 3. 4; Concert Choir 3. 4; Fashion Show 2. 1 Male Model 3; Winter Festival Escort 2. 3; Tennis 2, "Most Outstanding" 3; Vke-Presldent Fashion Board 4; Hall of Fame. RHONDA J. PERKINS "He who graduates today and stops learning tomorrow is uneducated the day after." FHA 1; Flag Corps 2. 3. 4. Co-Captain 3; Beta dub 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; French dub 3; Octagon dub 2. 3. 4; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Senior Prom Place Committee 4; Marching Band Competi tion 2. 3. 4 106ELIZABETH ANN FERRY "Sometimes in our lives we all have pain, we all have sorrow, but if we believe in God there will always be a tomorrow.” Spanish Club 1. 2; Pep Club 2. 3. Flag Corps 3. 4; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Optimist Club 3. 4. Teacher's Aide 4; Prom Place Committee; Marching Band Competition 3. 4 JAMES SCOTT RAWLS "They told me it couldn't be done, so 1 never tried " Baseball 4; Spanish Club 2, Physics Club 3; M Club 4 BOBBY REEDER "I hope to see every graduate student succeed in life and be a leader in the job you do Thank You. ROTC 1. 2. 3; Football 1. 3. 4. Auto Mechanics 4 SUE LYNN PERRY "We the willing, led by the unknowing, are doing the impossible for the ungrateful, we've gone for so long with so little, we are now qualified to do anything with nothing." Beginner Band I; Marching Band 2. 3. 4. Librarian 3. 4. Field Commander 4. Concert Band 2. 3. 4; Rodeo Club 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3. 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. NHS 3. 4; Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. "OKLAHOMA" 2; "Music Man" 3; Concert Choir 3. 4. Talent Show Winner 3. Fashion Show 3. Hall of Fame. Who's Who KIMBERLY RENEE PIERCE "Look to this day! For it is life, the very life of life for yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vi-sion; But today well-lived, makes every tomorrow a vision of hope " JV Cheer leading 2. HERO 3. 4. Spanish Club 2. Lady M Club 2. Pep Chib 2. Attendance Worker 4 RANDLE DEWAYNE REEDER "I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me." Proverbs 8:17 Beginner Band. Marching and Concert Band 2. 3. 4; Auto Mechanics 4. Typing 2. 3. Football 1.2; Basketball 1 REESE REEDY “If you think life is a complete confusion, because you never win the game, just remember that life is all a grand Illusion. and deep inside we're all the same " Football 1. 2; VicaVab 3.4 TERRI PIERCE "Love me for who I am and not for what you think I should be. and I will love you. FHA 1. Vica Electronics 2. Gymnastics 2. Powderpuff Football 4. Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 4 DEANNA RUTH PINE "Let no man despise thy youth, but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in spirit." I Timothy 4:12 FHA 1. 2; Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Maranatha 3. 4. Arete 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Physics Club 3. 4. NHS 3. 4. Octagon 3. RONNIE KEITH REVEAL “My Freshman and Sophomore years were the best years that I had because I was able to work in many different areas as small engines and many different sports activities as baseball and football " Vica Vab 3. 4 PAUL WILLIAM RIVERA “God gave us two ends Success depends on which one we use most Heads we win; Tails we lose'" Arete 1; Band 2; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Spanish Chib 2. 4; Computer Chib 3. 4. Teacher s Aide 3. 4. Baseball 4; M Club 4 ARLINE DAWN POORTVLIET “Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength." FHA 1. HERO II 2; Rodeo 3. 4. Treas 4 seniors 107CNERYL LYNN PRESTON "Let each one keep seeking, not his own advantage, but that of the other person ” I Cor 10 24 TOEC 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. National Junior Honor Society 1 ROBERT RODELL "We often despise what is most useful to us.” LAURENCE CLEVELAND SADLER "To know that we know what we know, and that we do not know what we do not know, that Is true knowledge Physics Gub 4 CARA EL1SE PRICE "It IS easy to propose impossible remedies " MELODY KAY REED "If you love something set it free. If it comes back to you it's yours. If It doesn't it never was." Volleyball 1. Basketball 1. SoftbaU 1. Tenms 1. Pep Gub 2. 3. Softbal 2. Tennis 2. JEFFREY EUGENE SANDERS "Fnendship is the only cement that will ever hold the world together." Teacher's Aide 1. ROBERT LOUIS SCHMALL "Be nice to the people on the way up. probably because you’ll meet the same people on your way down " Football 1. Spanish Gub 1. 2 KATHY DIANE REVEAL “Life is for living, hoping, and caring and sharing with the one we love And there are places I'll remember all my life, though some have changed, some forever, not for better Some have gone and some remain, all these places had their moments, with lovers and friends I still can recall; some are dead and some are living. In my life I've loved them all " ROTC 1.2; Gris' Dnll Team and Color Guard. Hero I 3. 4. HERO II 3. 4 SUZANNE MICHELLE RHINEHART “The years are spent and gone tho' filled with memories I keep and hold; and life goes on to a new day that only we can make better than yesterday " FHA 1; Tennis Team 1. 2; Pep Gub 1. 2. 3. 4; Trojanette 3. Vice President 4. Physics Gub 4. Maranatha 3. 4. Advanced Choir 3. 4 STEVEN ANTHONY SCOGGINS “When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find peace of mind is waiting there, and the time will come when you see we're all one and life flows on within you and without you." Spanish Gub 1. Science Gub 2; French Gub 4 WILLIAM OLIVER SIGLER "Don't look back, for what you hope to see will always look better in your memory." Band 1. Wrestling 2. 3. Arete 2. 3. 4. Beta Club 3. 4. Treasurer 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 4. Physics Gub 4. VICA VAM 4. Secretary Treasurer 4. Vice President of Production. Creative Woodworks Junior Achievement Company IRIS RICHARD "We would often be sorry if our wishes were gratified " 108 seniors PATRICIA ANN RICHARD “We can choose either to walk the high road of human brotherhood or to tread the low road of man's inhumanity to man How we deal with this crucial situation will determine our moral health as individuals and our prestige as a leader of the free world If America is to remain a first class nation it cannot have a second class citizenship " REGINALD LaDALE SIMS “Learning to love yourself is the greatest love of all “ Basketball Manager 2. 3; Basketball 3, 4. Track 3. 4; Hero III 2. 3. 4. President 4. LESLIE BUTLER SMITH “Life is sweet, but not complete, until I sit on my own car seat " Electronics I LISA ELLEN RIEPMA "Never fear criticism when you're right, never ignore it when you're wrong." Spanish Gub 1, 2. Majorette 2. 3, 4. Thespians 2. 3. 4. Attendance Worker 4. Octagon 3. 4. "Oklahoma” 2. "Music Man" 3. MICHELE RENEE RINEHART "I have never forgotten the past, yet I live for today But most of all. I look and live toward the future, because it is there where it is the most important." Track I. 2; Field Hockey 2; Cross Country 1, 2; Pep Gub 4. Photography Gub 2. Art Gub 1. 2. Treasurer 1. President 2. PRESTON SMITH "Always smile for nothing on earth can make life more worthwhile than sunshine and warmth of a beautiful smile.' WILLIAM STANLEY SMITH "Our possibilities of success are much more limited by our personality traits than by our intellect." Football Manager 2. Rodeo Gub 3; Vka Vam 13; Vka Vam II 4 DE1DRA LYNN ROBERTS "In the tapestry of life O' Lord ... my thanks for every stitch the friends who form the pattern and make my life so rtch." Madrigals 1. FBS Singers 2. 3. FBLA 2. 3; Pep Club 2 FLOSSIE MARIE ROBISON “If you really love someone, make the most of every moment while he is yours, cause tomorrow he may not be." Homecoming Court 2. 3. Pep Club 2. 4. Spanish Gub 3; TOEC 3. Wrestling Cheerleader 2. Student Council 2. M Gub 2. JAMES L. SNELL "I am graduating, but I fear not; For I have been taught well " Spanish 1. 2; Football 1; Track 2. 3; Deca 3. 4 TERRY LEE SNELLER "They told me It couldn't be done in four years." BARBARA SHERYL (HURST) ROGERS "There are places I’ll remember all my life, though some have changed, some forever, not for better, some have gone and some remain. All these places had their moments, with lovers and friends I can still recall, some are dead and some are living. In my life I’ve loved them all " Beginning Band 1. 2; Memphis State Solo and Ensemble Contest 1. Vka Cosmetology 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4. Cosmetology Skill Leadership Conference 3; Finalist in the Cosmetology (Model) Skill Olympks Contest; VICA Leadership Conference 3 109 LORIE LEE ROGERS "Those who put their best foot forward are always a step ahead!" FHA 1; Hero 3. 4; Pep Club 2. 3; Spanish Club 1. Thespian 4; Trojanette 3 GLENN WAYNE SPENCER "The greatest happiness of life is being loved, for love Is the key to happiness — and I am indeed happy." Basketball 1.2,3; Track 3; Hero III 2. 3. DENNIS J. STANFILL "It's better to wear out than rust out." Football 1.2. 3. 4. Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4; Wrestling 1. 2. 3. 4; Who's Who. TERESA JEAN ROGERS "Yesterday is already a memory, and tomorrow is only a vision. But today, well lived, makes every yesterday a memory of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope." TOEC 4 JANET LEE RUBY "Once in a lifetime you find someone special, your lives intermingle and somehow you know, this is the beginning you have longed for. a love you can build on. a love that will grow Once in a lifetime to those who are lucky, a miracle happens and dreams all come true. I know it can happen; it happened to me. for I have found that ‘once in a lifetime with you'. To Joey . . FHA 1; TOEC 4 ERIK RICHARD STRAUSS " Tis fate that flings the dice and when she flings of Kings makes peasants and peasants Kings.” Football 1.4; Baseball 3. 4; Golf 2; Wrestling 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Physics Club 4; M Club 2.3. 4 EVERETT JOMAL STRONG "A mind is a terrible thing to waste!” NJROTC 1. 4; Spanish Qub 1. 2. 3; Boys' Choir 1; Concert Chorus 2. 3. 4. SPA 2; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Maranatha 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 4. Who's Who Ballots 3. THERESA MACHIEAL SERNA “Only through knowledge and understanding can we face and overcome present and future challenges of the world; To learn or not to learn; that is the question?" Softball 1.2; Octagon Qub 3.4; Pep Qub 1.2.4; SOE 4; Teen Qub 1.2; Art 1. 2. 3.4. LYNN LOYETTE SHANNON “Far away there in the sunshine arc my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, bebeve in them and try to follow where they lead." JV Cheerleader 2; TOEC 3. 4 GERALD KEITH SUZORE "In this world, it is not what we take up. but what we give up, that makes us rich." DECA 3, 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Beta Qub 2. 3. 4; Football 2. 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; M Club 2. 3, 4; Physics Qub 4; Arete 1, 2. 3. 4; Computer Qub 4; Who's Who. SEAN MICHAEL TALADA "Time has come for you and me to use what really sets us free We'U fly on wings of thoughts and dreams and run through times of rhymes and schemes Rock n-Roll-Spanish Chib 2; Vica Auto Body 3. 4 TERESA ANN SHANNON "Take care of the minutes and the hours will take care of themselves." Freshman Cheerleader 1; JV and Varsity Softball 2; TOEC 3. 4; Winter Festival Queen 3; 1st Place Winner Parliamentary Procedure Team 3. 110 seniors« KIMBERLY ANN SHELTON "Don't walk in front of me. I may not follow. Don't walk behind me. I may not lead. Just walk betide me and be my friend." Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4. JV Volleyball 3; Softball 1. 2. 3. 4. JV Softball 3. Basketball 1. M Club 2. 3. 4. Lady "M" Qub 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3; Optimist Unsung Commendable Award 3; Who's Who; Teacher's Aide 2. 3. 4. Intermediate Band 1 JAMES DARRELL TAYLOR "School ts like a trip — it takes too long " Football Manager 1. Key Qub 1.2; VAB 3. 4. Play Production Stage Manager 1. 2. 3. 4 VINCENT SEWELL TAYLOR "You can get anything by either wisdom or money, but being wise has many advantages." Track 1.2. 3. 4; Football 1.2; CrossCountry 3. 4. Key Qub 1; Football Manager 4. "M" Qub 1. 2. 3. 4; DECA 4. Cross Country Captain 3. 4; Who's Who. VERONICA DIANE SHERMAN "When I was a child I caught a fleeting glimpse out of the comer of my eye. I turned to look but it was gone I cannot put my finger on it now. the child has grown, the dream is gone, and I have become comfortably numb.” Spanish Club 2; French Qub 3; Pep Chib 3. CARRIE YVONNE SLEDD "Consequently, let him that thinks he is standing beware that he does not fall." I Cor. 10:12 Arete 1. 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4. ROCKY LOUIS THOMAS "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change those things I can and wisdom to know the difference ” Football 1; NJROTC 2. 3.4; Spanish Club 4 E. WAYNE THOMPSON "To all male underclassmen: Some age old, time tested advice to save you one whale of a lot of trouble if she's going with someone, hear me well Cool It. son and run " Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4; Physics Qub 4. Wrestling 2. "M" Oub 2. 3. 4 SHERRI MARIE SMITH "Life's but a walking shadow, a poor prayer that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then ts heard no more " Basketball 1. Softball 1. TOEC 3. 4. Pep Club 4. Sec of TOEC 4. Powderpuff 3. 4. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Trojanette 4; Who's Who RHONDA GAIL SNODGRASS “It is in loving, not in being loved, the heart is blessed. It is in giving, not in seeking gifts. We find our guest. Whatever be your longing or your need, that give. So shall your soul be fed. and you indeed shall live " DECA 3. 4. Softball 2. FHA 1. 2; Powder Puff 4 WARDELL THOMPSON "Remember, always that you have not only the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one You cannot make any useful contribution in life unless you do this " Track 3. 4. ROTC 1. Newspaper Staff 4. Wrestling 2; Football 2. 3. 4; Band 2. 3 JAMES C. THORNE "Today is the first day of the rest of your bfe — have you made something of itr' Drafting and Engineering Qub 1. 2. 3. Close up 4; Christmas Dance Committee 1. 2. Who's Who 3. 4. Football 1. Computer Qub 4. Yearbook 4; Honor Roll 2. 3. LISA MARIE SOUTER "No matter how many riches or how much power one may acquire in a lifetime, there will always be one most precious gift that he will never be able to purchase This, dear fnends is the God given gift of time So. my fnends. take your time and spend it wisely, doing that which is good and not bad " Volleyball 1. 2. 3. Captain 4; Softball 2. 3. Lady "M" Club 2. 3. 4. VICA Electronics 3; Spanish Qub 2; FHA 1. DECA 4 seniors 111MICKEY CELES SPECK "You arc only young once, but you can stay immature all your life " Cross CountTy 2. 3. 4; Most Outstanding 2. Capt 4. Track 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3. 4; TOEC 3; Maranatha 3. 4. Chorus 1, 2; Math Contest 1. 3; Athlete of the Month 2. Computer Club 4; “M" Club 2. 3. 4; Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Attendance Office 4; Lady "M” Club 2. 3. 4 JAMES DAVID TIMBERLAKE "Reach for the heavens and hope for the future and all that we can be, not what we are Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Student Council 3. 4, Vice-President 4. National Honor Society 3. President 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Thespians 2. Vice Pres 3. 4. Play Production 2. 3. 4. Physics Club 4. Concert Choir 3; “The Musk Man" 3; "Ol Dry Frye" 2. 3; "Oklahoma" 2; Concert Choir 3; Class Favorite 4; Hall of Fame KEITH TYLER "Today's Tom Sawyer he gets high on you. the space he invades he gets by on you " Interm Band 1. Jax Band 2. 3. 4. Marching Band 2. 3, 4; Concert Band 2. 3. 4. Key Club 1.2; Octagon Club 3. LISA ANN STANLEY "One's destiny is determined, not by what he possesses but what possesses him Cross Country 2. 3. 4; "M" Club 2. 3. 4; Lady Trojan 2. 3. 4. Maranatha 2. National Honor Society 3. 4. Beta Club 3. 4; Teacher's Asst. 3. 4. Powderpuff 3, 4; Yearbook 4. Artist in Action 4. Arete 2, 3. 4 SHIRLEY ANN STEIN "Always do right This will gratify some people, and astonish the rest." Volleyball 4. RAYMOND SCOTT VANTASSELL "And now the end ts near, and so I face my graduation. It's time to get out of Dodge. ROTC 1; Electronics 1. Marching Band 1.2. 3. 4 GREGORY SCOTT VINCENT "I believe the outcome of almost everything is greatly affected by the way it is started " Football 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 1. 2. 3; DECA 3. 4. Reporter 4; Chess Club 1.2. 3; Drama 1. 2; Track 3. DENISE ALLYN STEVENSON "If love is kept, it becomes bitterness. If love is given. It becomes the most beautiful thing in the world " Marching Band 1. 2. 3. Flag Corps 4; Concert Band 1. 3, 4. Pep Club 1. 2, 3. 4. Trojanette 3. 4; Maranatha 2. 3. 4; Guidance Worker 3. 4. Sadie Hawkins Comm 3; Physics Club 4. Powder Puff 4. Literary Guild 4 RHONDA SUE STEWART "You have but one life to live, so live it to the fullest " Band 1. 2. 3; Band Treasurer 2; Band Activities Coordinator 3; Nominated for Sphinx Queen 2.3. DENNIS H. WAGES "A little nonsense now and then ts relished by the wisest man.” Football 1. 2. 3.4; "M" Club 2. 3.4; DECA 4. Office Worker 4 JOHN WARD "LHe is but a theater in which the worst usually get the best seats so just take a seat with the best and keep on striving Football 1.2. 3.4. Wrestling 2. BRENDA SUE STILES "Don't look back and grieve over the past, for it is gone; and do not be troubled about the future, for It Is yet to come; live in the present and make It so beautiful It will be worth remembering " Volleyball 1. French Club 1; Softball 2; TOEC 3. 4; CrossCountry 1. 2. 3; Lady "M" Club 1. 2. 3. 4; "M" Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Teacher's Aide 1. 2. 3; Maranatha 1.2. 3. 4; Attendance Worker 1. 4; Powderpuff 4 112 seniorsDEBBIE STREETS Tv« served the sentence W hat was the crime! It's better to bum out than to fade away!” — Neil Young VERNON GLEN WARD “The only thing you can do in life is your best. If you do that, you'll have nothing to worry about " Football 2. 3. 4; Wrestling 2. 4; M Club 2. 3. 4. Track Manager 3. 4 BILLY WARDLOW "Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties." GLORIA JEAN SULLIVAN “To err Is human; To forgive is divine " French Club 1.4. Maranatha 3. 4; Chorus 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3. Who's Who Ballots 2. 3 BILLIE JEAN SWICKARD “Sweet memories flashing very quickly by Reminding me. giving me a reason why. I know that my goal is more than a thought — I'll be there when I teach what I’ve been taught " Marching Band 1. 2. 3; Orchestra 3; SODA CLub 3. JOHN “KENNY” WILBOURN “Pleasure is nothing but the intermission of pain — the enjoying of something I am in great trouble for till I have it. Pleasure is frail like a dew drop, while it laughs it dies." Marching Band 3; ROTC chief 4. ANTHONY KEITH WILLIAMS “It is narrow-minded of their more privileged fellow-creatures to say that women ought to confine themselves to make puddings and knitting stockings “ football 1. 2.3.4. baseball 1.2. 4; track 2; m club 1,2, 3. 4 YVONNE ANITA THOMAS "far away there in the sunshine arc my highest aspirations i may not reach them, but I can look up and sec their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead ’’ maranatha 3. 4. chorus 4; Spanish club 3. 4; fha 4. sadie hawkins committee 3. gymnastics 2; home economics 1; who's who baOots 2. 3. MARIAN LANELLE TIMBS “I may have my faults but being wrong isn't one of them." FHA 1. Pep Club 2.3; HOSA 3. 4 JOHN WILLIAMS PATRICK MARHEVKA "The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure my business ” Football 1. 2; Electronics Parliamentarian 3 ALYSE MARIE TRAVIS “Life is like playing a violin solo and learning the instrument as you go along." Newspaper 2; Pep Club 4 KAREN ELIZABETH TURNAGE "Imagine there's no countries, it isn't hard to do. Nothing to live or die for. no religion too Imagine all the people living life In peace You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you’ll Jotn us. and the world will live as one The Beatles Forever” Track 2; Beta Qub 2; French Qub 1. 2. 3; National Honor Society 3. 4; Astronomy 3. 4; Literary Guild 4. Band 3. 4; Artist in Action 3, 4. seniors 113DONNA SUE UNDERWOOD "1 never think when I write It t impossible lor anyone to do two things at the same time and do them both well.' French Club 1. 2. 3; HOSA 3. 4. President 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Physics Club 4. National Honor Society 3.4 TERRI LYNN WADE "I've never found a man I didn't bke. but now I've found one I really love " Home Economics 1. Maranatha 2. French Club 2. HERO II 3. 4 DONNA RENEE WALDEN "If you teach a man anything, he will never learn Only by doing will he ever master knowledge ” Beta Qub 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Literary Guild 3. 4; Business Manager of Eptc Magazine 4. Year book 4. Spanish Club 2. 3. 4; Science Oub 3. Astronomy Qub 3. Mu Alpha Theta 3. Physics Qub 4. Arete 2. 3. 4. Powder Puff 4 DAYNA LYNN WARD "Don't part with your illusions When they are gone, you may still exist, but you have ceased to live " TOEC 3. 4. Pep Qub 4. Sadie Hawkins Committee 3. 4; Homecoming Committee 4. Powder Puff 4 SHERI SUANN WARD "It is not how much we have but how much we en)oy that makes happiness." Varsity Cheerleader 4 (Captain); Pep Qub 4. Pacesetter 4 SHELLEY RAE WATT "I never plan ahead, because I don't know what lies ahead of tomorrow. 1 live my life day by day and I live it to its fullest " BETTY ZAYNE WHITTEN "Sometimes holding on makes one strong; sometimes it's letting go " Wrestling Cheerleader 2. Beta Chib 2. 3; National Honor Society 3; M Oub 2; TOEC Club 3. 4; Spanish Qub 3; Who's Who SHERRI S. WILLIAMS “To love and be loved is the greatest joy on earth' I love you as 1 never loved before, the future is ours, and I'll always be at your side Dedicated to Robert M DiGregono" Math Qub l.PepQubl.2 JUANA ELAINE WILSON "Wait on the Lord be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say. on the Lord." Psalms 27:14 Spa 2; TOEC 2. 3. 4, Homeroom Representative 1. Hall of Fame LISA RENEE WILSON "But seek first his kingdom and you will possess the world's greatest riches which is true happiness " Helen Sterner Rice Varsity Basketball I. 2. 3. 4; Track 1. 3. 4; HERO I Qub Secretary 3; Yearbook 4. Lady M Qub 1. 2. 3. 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3 SHERYL LEA WILSON "Whosoever neglects learning In his youth, loses the past and Is dead for the future." Pep Qub 1; Soccer Manager 1. TOEC 4 DONNA S. WRAY "The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid9" Psalms 27.1 HERO I 114 seniorsGARY KEITH ARNOLD "Year of love have been forgot in a minute of hatred." MARGARET LOUISE (CUNNINGHAM) MIX "If you have confidence and believe In yourself, you can do anything you set your mind to. I followed this my last year at MCHS with Lee on my mind." Vica Cosmetology Qub 2. 3. 4. Rodeo Qub 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. President 4 REGINA MARY KENNY “The soul would have no rainbow had the eyes no tears " — John V. Chcrcy DECA 3. 4. Concert Choir 1.2. 3. 4 KENNETH BRASEL “To know is nothing at all; to imagine is everything." ROBERT WALLACE BRATTON "The world Is going by too fast not to grab a place and hang on." Autobody 2. 4. SHELIA DELOIS MASSEY "Students: set your goal and be a success, that's the only way you can make It In today's world. I made It. so can LYNNE MARIE RODELL “Nothing is worth doing, nor being, nor having which requires the surrender and sacrifice of human dignity and self-respect." Basketball 1. Volleyball 2; Band 1. 2; Spanish Club 1. Maranatha 1; Beta Chib 2. 4; Literary Guild 2. 4; Arete 2. 4; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Pep Club 4. MARSHALL EDWARD DURHAM "Nothing prevents our being natural so much as the desire to appear so." WILLIAM F. HEALD “These are the seasons of emotions and like the wind they rise and fall.' VICA 3.4 DENNIS EARL HOUSE "The opinion of the strongest is always the best." HERMAN A. JOHNSON "Wisdom is the principal thing, therefore get wisdom and with all thy getting get understanding WILLIAM STANLEY MCFARLAND II “There will always be age with life, but will there always be life with age?” Astronomy 3. NHS 3. 4. Rodeo Qub 3; Physics 3. Spanish Chib 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4 seniors 115116 seniors0 seniors 117Secretary — Holley Carter Treasurer — Mary Jane Chapman Class Favorites — Benjie Amaba, Wendy Durham 120 juniorsDonna Abcln Christy Alderson Darla Allen Mary Allen Benjie Amaba Cooney Anderson Tracy Brown Jan Bryan Lindsy Bryant Rob Bryeans Yvette Burelle Valerie Burnett Robbie Anderson Rodney Anderson Susan Armstrong Tim Asher Rebecca Autry Dena Ayala Robert Bahls Donna Bailey D’Ann Bain Darla Ballard Judy Ballard Lisa Banks Tony Brandon Stephanie Braswell Wayne Bratton Shelton Bridges Sheila Brooks Theresa Brown Du Juan Benton Tammy Blackwell Alice Bland Valerie Bland Karen Blaydes Dwight Booth Anthony Bounds Markrotntte Deanna Bowers Susan Box Byran Bradford Sheila Branch Robert Barrett Gerald Bean . . . Marty Belinc Paula Belk Mark Bellora Jeff Bendorf juniors 121Wanda Burns Jill Butler Doris Butt Denise Butterfield Burr Calapp Ernest Calhoun Kevin Camp Angela Cannon Chris Carr Cathy Carson David Carson Holley Carter Trisha Carter Arthur Carver John Chambers Mary Jane Chapman Lisa Chase Ken Childress Jeaneen Christopher Eric Churchwell Todd Clark Tom Clark David Coleman Kim Collver' Cheryl Colter Trina Conley Charles Conner Bennie Copeland Kaye Costello UriCounc Karen Cox Steven Cox Cindy Crandall John Crane Shelia Crawford rfi 4 Burke Creecy Roy Cross Laurie Crutchfield Rhonda Curan Rena Curry Patty Cutlip Mel Davey Jeff Davis Traci Davis Enzo Dickens Georgann Dickerson Mike Dooley 122 juniorsKeith Hance Lavonda Harkness Cassandra Harris Steve Harris Angie Harrison Yvette Harvey Tom Hazlett Mary Heaiy Susan Helmbrect Dawn Hill Tim Hill James Hines Janice Hines Richard Hivner Angle Hogan James Honeycutt Cheryl Huchell Darlene Huckabee David Hudson Derrick Hunt Jeanette Jackson Bobby Jamerson Shay Jenkins Cherlyn Johnson juniors 123Dan Johnson Lynda Johnson Renee Johnson Susie Johnson Vickie Johnson Carolyn Jones Melvin Jones Richard Jones Miby Kenny It Klinkefus lele Koertel like LaBonte h Joimy Laird Diahe Lampeq DGIWy Lane Teresa Lane Sean Lawrence Traci Leonard James! tfoot Don i Bob! DavidJLong Davidi_ong Mary MacSaveny 71 Lisa Maioriello Hazel Mallory Lisa Mallory Joy Malone Becky Marshall Ricky Martin J David Martinez James Slassey Theresa Mathis Harriet Mayhugh Valarie McBride Derwin McCullough Larry McCullough Daryl McGroom James McMahan Chris McSwain Gary Menees Reggie Mercer (iloria Middleton Steven Milam Morris Miles Alondra Miller Angela Miller 124 juniorsI Bryan Miller Lisa Miller Mark Miller Tom Molder Cindi Moore Diane Moore John Moore Myron Moore Tracy Morgan Joan Morrison John Mulari Sammy Nanney Kenny Nash Chuck Nelson Greg Nelson Rebecca Owens Stephanie Paige Glenn Parker John Parker Todd PaTsons Bridgette Perdue-John Perry Lee Ann Perry Connie Peters Tommy Peterson Christine Pitsos Robert Pope Tommy Prescott Tina Price John Pruett Ty Raburn Sam Rager David Raymond Cindy Reed Mike Reisner Shawna Rhir.ehart David Rice Paul Rice Sarena Richardson Carmon Rill Jennifer Roberson1 Peter Roe Sharon Roelke Anne Rowan Vicki Rowan Cheryl Royal James Royston juniors 125Kathy Runions Frank Sampietro Lisa Sanders George Schoeppner Marilyn Scott Gina Scuderi Sidon Tim Sheffie a Daniel Sims Susan Simmons Kelly Simpson Mike Slrignano - I ui Bobby Slaton Greg Smith Jere Smith Pam Smith Lynn Spencer Sherry Spencer » Bob Springfield 1 — Joanna Stanley Greg Walker Stephanie Wallace Karen Walls Jamie Watson Linda Watson Samuel Weakley Todd Webb Danny Weekes Karen Wells Jon Werenskjold Becky White Lee White 126 juniorsM Mark Wilbanks James Wiles Use Williams Patricia Williams Judy Williamson Connie Wilson Sandy Wyatt Lisa Young Denise Zanetti Mike Zanetti JH r M juniors 127128 juniorsSecretary — Teresa Cooper T reasurer pn „ — Angie SherTell CLASS OF 1984 Class Favorites — Teresa Cooper, Kelly Crum sophomores 129£evl" Alien j?°V Allen Amnb Ameri j r°“nc And Michael Ande Jed Archdea, Mike Archer Kenny Arthui Erin Attebcrr Jay Attebcrr Stephanie Be Danny Baker Ernest Baker Addie Baldwin Joseph Baldwin Larry Barnes Tim Barnes Cindy Barrom Patricia Bartlett Lisa Barton Kris Beasley Shawn Bierdz Stacy Billin9s Shelia Bise Bruce Bitterman Vincent Bland Eric Blankenbeckler Kendall Bledsoe Vickey Blythe I Jennifer Bobrek Marilyn Bolton W John Boucher Bret Bouder Denise Bowers Mike Bowers Michelle Bowles Tammie Bowles Zipp°ra ®oW'e! Sonia Boyd c. J- Bradford James Brady 130 sophomoresPhil Brandis Stacey Branson Jane Brasel Forrest Braswell Steve Breault Vickie Brewer Brimifcgham roadway Minyon Bri Leroy Br Cynthia Brooks Robert Brown Sonya Brown Terry Browning Sandy Bruner Allen Bryan Charles Bryant Kim Bryant Larry Bryant Lloyd Bryant , most 1 lalvery Campbell Kevin Carr Delores Canrawa Debbie Carreker Pam Can-eker Shelley Carson Karen Carter Jimmy Chafin Ray Charles Donna 91 Carla Chi Dan Clarl David Compton Tammy Cook Denise Cooper Marty Cooper Teresa Cooper Bob Coover Kelly Crum Rodney Curry sophomores 131Teresa Dacus Dan Daniel Susan Davenport Tim Davenport Linda Davidson Ken Davis ■ w I • Melissa Davis Hteresa DeCoBta I Tania Dedman Terri Dennis 1 eith Dennson Marc Diaz I r i Mary Dickens Vernon Diggs Shgiia Dillard s| t Dickens fpo elia T racy Dischinger Bill Dodds Sean Donnelly Mark Dote Patrick Douglas Johnny Dunaway Dupree avid Dur aid Edwards aine Emerick Leslie E Jerrv Qndy Chris Fears Trac?y Fender Jon Fernandez Greg Files Debe Flanagan Stephanie Fleming Tommy Fortner Sammy Fox Elizabeth Frawley Lynne Fra JJ| Audra Freeman. ' Michelle Fullmer Mark Funderburk Joni Gandy Daryl Garrett I Anna Garza Lisa Gatlin Tim Gatlin 132 sophomoresBecky Gerth Joel Gingery Robert Gipson Michelle Goodwin Bob Gray Mark Gross Joetta Halliburton Edwin Hamilton Cynthia Hancock Gray Hanna Kim Hardee Sherry Harkness Billy Harrell Annette Harris Dawn Harris Jeannette Harris Jarrod Harris Mark Harris Pam Harris Rhonda Harris Beth Hartley Tina Hassen Tim Hatcher Vicky Hathcock David Hawkins Clint Haynes Darryl Henderson Tony Hill Tressy Hill Jim Hivner sophomores 133.afuflce (K L mk 5 mn n fc. Laura Lafqjge I Wesley LaMk Jeff Lei Dawn LewiF Duane Liebschwager Marla Lindsey Barbara Marshall 134 sophomoresJohnny Monasco David Moore James Moore Gerald Moran Terry Morgan Cindy Moses Annette Murphy Richard Murray Pam Myers Vicki Nail Sonja Neville Bruce Newcomb Bart Nichelson James Noble Terry O’Conner Jill Oliver Lisa Oswald Debbie Pack Charles Page Ray Palyok Randy Pannell Lamar Parham Ladrone Parks Paul Patrick Vicky Peek Joe Peete Patty Perdue Kathy Perry ete Greg Plunk David PcSe Mike Pope John Porterfield Patricia Pye Chris Pyland Carl Quick Elsie Reed Julie Reed Kim Reed I sophomores 135Mary Reynolds Mary Rhoads Kristina Rice Kevin Ricks Matt Ridley Cindy Ritter Allen Roberson Leigh Ann Roberts Bruce Robinson Margo Roe Mike Roe Mary Roelke Kim Rogers Gary Rowland Joyce Rush Susan Russell Doyle Sanders Don Sawyer Martin Scanlon Elizabeth Schmall Eric Scoggins Tabitha Scott Lisa Shepherd Angie Sherrill Sherry Sherrill Joel Shewmaker Ronald Shivers Lisa Short Diana Sim Lucretia Sims Vickie Sledd Vicki Smallwood Carrie Smith John Smith Shelia Smith Steve Smith Toyna Smith Tert Smith Sheryl Speck Sandy Starr Donna Stickley JoAnn Streets Sandra Stubblefield Todd Stubbs Coretha Sullivan Tim Sutorous Cindy Swihart Stephanie Talbert 136 sophomores9 Teresa Tapp Nick Taylor Mary Thomas Trina Thomas Bruce Thompson Karen Thompson John Tilley Sam Timbs David Tumage Chris Turner Gary Turner Terri Turner Charlotte Underwood Amanda VanTassell Teresa VanVleet Tad Vincent Cindy Walker Jack Walker Kelly Ward Lynn Ward Lfnda Warner Belinda Watkins Rodney Weaver Sharon Wells Ron Weston Beth White Lisa Wilder Bakaal Williams CindO Williams Debbie Williams Melissa Williams Renee Williams Mickie Witham Kelly Wood Stacy Worth Anthony Wright Gregg Zebergs sophomores 137138 sophomoressophomores 139President Michelle Vinson Vice-President Eleanor Acosta F r e s h m e n CLASS OF 1985 Secretary Treasurer Rhonda Manning Allison Morton Class Favorites Rusty Wilkins Cindy Gertschen 140 classesJennifer Abe: Eleanor Acc Marketta AU Tammy Ale: Bill Allen Teresa Alla John Amos Chester Anderson Trade Anderson Jimmy Armstrong Karen Arnold Janna Ashenbramer Lori Atteberry Robin Aubert Gail Bagley Chris Bailey Harold Baker Julie Baker T odd Baker Greg Ballard Tawnya Barrett Jane Barnes Lynette Baznet Scot Bearup Phil Beasley Ross Beckham Angie Bell Mike Bender Kellie Benlord Barbara Bennett James Berry James Berryhill John Berryhill Lynn Best Tara Betton Julie Blackwell Scott Blankenbeckler Bobby Blaylock Linda Blackwood Barbara Boaz Vincent Bounds Brad Boynton Joanne Bradhurst Angela Bradley Dianne Bradley Leslie Bradshaw Tammie Braswell freshmen Bobbie Bright Bryant Brooks Keith Brooks Kim Brough Laura Browder Blake Brown Carrie Brown Cindy Brown Steve Brown Mona Browning Kathryn Broyles William Bruenn Tracy Bryan oecKy Bryant Brenda Buchanan Harold Burge David Burkett Chris Burress John Burress Raymond Buzbee David Byrd Billy Cain Darren Calhoun Melanie Camp Debra Campbell Ken Campbell Tiffany Cannon Veronica Carson Allen Carter Morris Carter Terry Carter Tim Carver Robin Caviness Victor Charles Lane Childress Boyce Christian Murrel Christian Venessa Christopher Mike Claiborne Terri Claypoole Allen Cleek DeAnna Cleveland Gianna Cleveland Kenneth Cole Denise Cone Mandy Conner Tom Cook Lisa Cooper 142 freshmenTammfc Copeland Tracy Costa James Craig Yolandi Crawford Paula Crowder Peggy Crutchfield Larry Cuilum Elaine Culver Pam Culver Patrick Curry Linda Danley y Debbie Davis William Davis | Tammy Carol DePoorter Laura Dieckhaus Jimmy Diffee Bobby Dobbs Jay Dobbs Lori Doss Krystal Driggers Charlotte Dupree. Kim Eckhart Pamela Floyd Pam Ford Lisa Foster Peggy Foster Rhonda Frazier Diane Free Kathy Friend Carol Fritz Nancy Fullmer Eugene Gabor Troy Gacek freshmen 143David Garmoe Robert Garner Sherri Garrard T ehronda Garrett Dexter Gatlin Carmen Gavrock ellen Gayden dy Gertschen Shawn Gingrich Jane Gladden Terry Qover Wendy Glover JoAnn Graham Robert Grannis Bobbie Greenhaw Becky Greer Lisa Griffith Kathy Guetterman ►th Hale irl Hale Michelle Hall Jerry Hampton Karen Hance JoAnn Hancock Susie Hansgen tgg t Matthew Hardaway Melinda Harkness David Harris Donna Harris David Harvey V Kristy Hastings Mark Haviland Melanie Heathcock Loletta Herrera Michelle HiU Debbie Hissong ogan olloway I Hood Hoxie Hughes ulsey Debbie Hultx Mark Hunter Michele Jager David James Donna Johnson Donna Johnson 144 freshmenBrian Jones Carla Jones Gwendolyn Jondjj Kelvin Jones Marcel Jones tnie Jones Patricia Jones Rocky Jordan Mike Joyner Denise Kampstra Ken Kimbel Dawn Kennedy Paul Kenny Barbara Kent Lisa Kesler Bruce Kidwell Jeff King Julie KLnkeifus Wendy Knight Teresa Kueider Donna Lackey Jimmy Largue Timmy Laird Toni Laird Robin Lamont Paul Landry Danielle Langlois Robert Laughter Mitch Lawson Frank Lee Sharon Leech Billy Lewis Dwayne Lewis Gina Undsey Larry Lindsey Carol Locke Jill Locke Greg Loflin Paul Long Pam Lonier Roy Lucio George Lyell ♦ st lain Keith Lyell Melissa | John McCI David McClaiiahan Donna McQmkB Fred McGoff freshmen 145u re hy Greg McKee Jennifer Medearis Drew Magruder yllis Malone is Manley onda Manning Dean Oglesby Wanda Oldham | I Loree Olson | Tommy Osburnj | Dorothy Palacio lie Parham Tommy Osbu I Dorothy Pala Stephanie Pa wTm Lori Parham Tina Pasanen Holley Patterson Joel Penningt Katrina Pennin Richard Pennin Brian Moore Karen Moore Mary Moore Malcolm Moore Robert Moore Don Morris Tim Morrison AllisonMorton BrenrWorgan Julius Moss | Joseph Naccarato Frieda Nans Carolyn Nellsen Debra Nesbit Sharon Norwood Laura O’Rear Andy Oglesby Dwayne Mill Lori Milling Janie ontgo 146 freshmenagi h Debbie Penter Lisa Perry Timothy Perry Cynthia Phillips Kenith Phillips Tony Pickle Doug Pierce Kelly Pierce Jimmy Pike Dena Pine Brian Pinlac Kathy Poortvliet Rebecca Pressley Byron Preston John Prewett David Price Shannon Purtle Allen Rager Amanda Raines Kim Ransom Mike Ransom Sam Rather Richard Ray Brian Rayburn Eric Redick Howard Reed Holly Reisner Kim Ricks Dee Dee Riepi Freddy Rill Rodney Risby Michele Rivera Rick Rives Ronald Robbins Gayle Robertso Mike Rodgers Robin Roe Henry Roemer Jerry Rogers Tanya Rogers Debbie Ross Maria Ross Sharon Royal Brad Russell Steve Russell Kenny Rutledge Jon Sanders Kooer a ® freshmen 147Denise Sartain Tim Saucier Cheryl Savage Carol Schellang Sandra Schloss Jackie Serna Anderson Shannon Cliff Shilling Pan Short Eugene Shipp Jimmy Simkins Alice Smith MMsf Smitl] Dav: J Sputqr Cheri Starr Joseph Stephens Michelle Stephenson Tammy Stephenson Robert Stevens Marilyn Stewart Brian Stout Amy Stroud Ricky Stroud Jeff Swanson Jenny Sweeney Robert Swickard Dan Taylor Kenny Taylor Roy Taylor Steven Taylor Cathy Timbs Pam Timbs Xhn Thomi Titus Thom-Troy Thoml John Tilled Teri Towns Charles Trtl freshmenRichard Trussell Tim Tubbs Mike Turner Missy Turrell Daphne Tuttle Mike Twigg Tracy Vann Grant VanOostrom Karen VanOostrom June Ventura Deborah Vincent Michelle Vinson David Walker Jbrmy Walker Shawn Walker Willis Walker Kevin Wallace Lennie Wallace Robbie Wallace Crystal Walsh Nathan Ward Teresa Ward Telethia Warn Sandy Warner Kim Wart Tuesday Weis Terri Wells Jay Westmoreland Lisa Wheat Daryl White Michelle White James Whitemore James Wilkins Rusty Wilkins Ernie Williams Michael Williams Jason Wilson Pamela Wray Walter Wray Tonja Wren Kenny Wright Charles Wyatt m James Wyatt 9 Bonnie Yancey freshmen 149150 freshmenfreshmen 151NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The William L. Osteen Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in 1965. Membership is open to seniors and juniors who maintain a 90 scholastic average and who possess fine qualities such as leadership, character, and service. The members partake in numerous activities that are of service to the school and community. Sponsor: John Price Pres.: Jimmy Timberlake V.P.: Robin Arnold Sec. — Tres.: Mickey Speck New Seniors Susan Archdeacon Doug Lane Deborah Conner Michael Martin Tamara Godin William Maxwell Peggy Guetterman Saliie McCormick Steven Haines Amelia Murphy Tommy Hodge Diana Nelson David Howard Becky Porter Patty Kisner Lynn Rodell Cecilia Kuchar William Smith Juniors Mary Allen Vickie Johnson Benjie Amaba Michele Koertel Diana Ayala Teresa Lane Darla Ballard James McMahan Yvonne Bounds Lisa Miller Theresa Brown Cindi Moore Lindsey Bryant John Moore Jill Butler Chuck Nelson Doris Butt Greg Nelson Chris Carr John Perry Cathy Carson Cynthia Reed Holley Carter Paul Rice Patricia Carter Sarena Richardson Steve Cox Pete Roe Patricia Cutlip Sharon Roelke Wendy Durham Sadonna Shearer Valorie Eckhart Daniel Sim Mary Ellerbrook Pam Smith Lisa Gibeault Yvonne Talada Andy Gwin Stephanie Wallace Adrienne Haddock Karen Walls Lavonda Harkness Rebecca White Angela Harrison Lisa Williams Yvette Harvey Lynda Johnson Constance Wilson Mr. Price Sponsor Jimmy Timberlake President Robin Arnold V. President Mike Burton Laina Bush Donna Capuson Angie Gregory Dawn Grimmitt Susie Hall Donna Hubbard Theresa Humphrey David Hunt Alexander Marshall Ed Massey Gracie Ogilive Kirk Orman Michelle Overton William Sigler Yvonne Sledd Lisa Stanley 154 seniorsKenneth Rhonda Dave Patty Jerry Jeff Casperson Chunn Contreras Danley Dye Green Maurice Wendy Cheryl Melinda Pamela Emily Harmon Harrell Harris Harris Harris Hasty William McFarland Kathy Owen Gerard McVay Rubye Mincey Ranee Parker Rhonda Perkins Laura Mooney Sue Lynn Perry Margaret Ken Morrison Murphy Ruth Cheryl Pine Preston Erik Jerry Karen Donna Renee Betty Strauss Suzore Turnage Underwood Walden Whitten clubs 155Sponsor: Mr. Creasy President Cheryl Harris Vice President Patty Adams if— A Secretary Melinda Harris Treasurer William Sigler Ermln Amaba Beta Club The National Beta Club is an honorary organization whose purpose is to give recognition to academically talented students. All members must maintain a 90 average, have no grade lower than a “C,” and have a satisfactory mark in citizenship. The Beta Club participates in charitable activities throughout the school year. All members strive to promote leadership, citizenship and scholarship. Juniors Sophomores M. Allen C. Albert B. Amaba E. Amaba D. Ayala M. Anderson R. Autry T. Archdeacon D. Ballard K. Beasley T. Brown K. Carr L. Bryant C. Church C. Carr T. Cooper C. Carson R. Coover H. Carter J. Crum W. Durham T. Dacus V. Eckhart T. Dedman M. Eller brook M. Diaz E. Gawlick E. Frawley L. Gibeault L. Frawley A. Haley J. Harris A. Harrison J. Hivner Y. Harvey A.Jones V. Johnson K.Juneau G. Menees W. Lane A. Miller R. Mills L. Miller D. Moore M. Miller H. Onedera J. Moore D. Preston J. Perry K. Rice S. Richardson M. Roe S. Rhinehart J. Rush S. Roelke A. Sherrill P. Rowe D. Sim A. Rowan F. Sledd S. Shearer V. Smallwood K. Simpson C. Swihart D. Sim L. Williams C. Wilson D. Turnage 156 clubsf Robin Arnold Kenneth Casperson »:i r i « Dawn Grimmitt Gladys Hulley Juli Lawson Gerard McVay Mickey Speck Reba Bolton Rhonda Chunn Theresa Humphrey Janet Leech Margaret Morrison Lisa Stanley Frechell Brown Patty Danley Wendy Harrell David Hunt Lisa King Helen Mabayan Amelia Murphy Alex Marshall Ken Murphy Mike Burton Karen Eppley Pamela Harris Sheri Knox Bill Maxwell Ranee Parker Jerry Suzore Jimmy Timberlake Karen Turnage Laina Bush Angie Gregory Donna Hubbard Rhonda Lawrence Ed Massey Ruth Pine Donna Underwood clubs 157MU ALPHA THETA Mu Alpha Theta is an honorary organization composed of students who are enrolled in the higher math courses and who have maintained a B average or better. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in mathematics. Mrs. Downs is the sponsor. Officers: From Left: Pres. Benji Amaba; V. Pres. Kim Burnett: Treas. Maurice Harmon; Sec. Margaret Morrison. 158 clubsTHESPIAN CLUB Officers: Front Row: Pres., Bobby Pruett; Treas., Adrianne Haddock; Sec., Jere Smith; Vice-Pres., Bill Griffith. Sponsors: Grant and Rosemary Chambers. The Thespian Club is an organization whose purpose is to promote the performing arts. It is comprised of people who perform, do backstage work, and others who just enjoy watching. One of the fund raising projects for the Thespians this year was the “Bad Walk” contest which was a great success. clubs 159COMPUTER CLUB The Computer Club is composed of students in grades 9-12 who are interested in learning about the uses of a computer. This is a new club at MCHS and the students have responded well. Members pay dues of $10.00 and receive 10 hours of playing time on the computer during their study hall. Sponsor. Mr. Crenshaw. Officers. Pres., Kim Burnett; Vice Pres., David Gagnon and Rena Lyell; Sec., Gladys Hulley; Treas., Benji Amaba; Rule Enforcer, Tim LeBlanc. 160 clubsPHYSICS CLUB Officers: Top Row: V. President, David Hunt; President, Tim Le Blanc. Bottom Row: Treas., Wendy Harrell; Sec., Gladys Hulley. The Physics Club is an honorary organization open to anyone in a Physics class. Each year, Mr. Crenshaw sponsors the famous toothpick bridge building contest. However, the main emphasis this year was placed on learning more about the computer. Sponsor: Mr. Crenshaw club 161SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is comprised of students who are enrolled in a Spanish speaking course and who share an interest in the Spanish culture. This year, one activity included a cookout. Some other activities were going to a Mexican restaurant, and going caroling at Christmas. They also participated with the French Club in an exchange of various foods at dinner. The club’s sponsor is Mrs. Armour. Officers: Vice-Pres., Danny Weekes; Pres.. Eileen Amaba; Treas., Carla Church; sec., Lisa Cooper. 162 clubsFRENCH CLUB The French Club’s purpose is to promote a better understanding and enjoyment of the cultures and the people of France, and other French speaking countries. Some of the members participated in the Foreign Exchange Program which involved having a French guest in their home for two weeks. They also participated in a venture with the Spanish Club to exchange various foods at dinner. Officers: Tres., Kelly Simpson; Sec., Kristine Rice; VicePres., Wendy Durham; Pres., Traci Leonard; Sponsor. Mrs. Hurt. clubs 163VAM Vocational Auto Body Club is for students interested in Auto Body maintenance. The members learn many of the skills necessary to prepare them for a rewarding career in the automobile industry. The purpose of the club is to promote high standards in trade ethics, workmanship, scholarship, and safety. The sponsor is Mr. Williams. Officers from Left: Sec.-Tress., William Sigler; Pres., John Bell; Vice-Pres., Mitchell Burkhart. VAB Vocational Auto Mechanics is composed of students who are enrolled in either Auto Mechanics I or II. The purpose of the club is to familiarize students with jobs in Auto Mechanics and related fields and the wants and needs of employers in these fields. The Sponsor is Mr. Nash. Officers: From Top Left: Pari., John Stickley; Treas., Reese Reedy; Pres., Stan Smith; Officer, Bruce Bitterman; Rep., Micheal Boswell; Sec., Charles Swift; Officer, Brian Moody. 164 clubsCosmetology The Cosmetology Club is composed of students in the Cosmetology classes. These students are interested in the current hair styles. The purpose of the club is to prepare students for a successful career in cosmetology through different projects and activities. The club also offers recognition through a national program of contests and awards. The sponsor is Mrs. Dalrymple. Officers: Reporter. Yvonne Bounds; President. Lavonda Harkness. Not Shown: Vice President. Shelia Massey; Parliamentarian. Lauri Crutchfield; Treasurer, Sherri Rogers; Secretary. Shay Jenkins; Club Advisor. Reava Wilson. HOSA HOSA consists of students enrolled in the Health Occupations classes. These members plan careers in the health field. The purpose of the club is to promote involvement in current health care issues, environmental concerns, and survival needs of the community, the nation, and the world. Officers: Angie Lopez — Treasurer. Perri Allmon — Secretary, Dwayne Best — Sentinel, Tony Bemil — Parliamentarian. Donna Underwood — President. Sherrell Barnes — Vice-president, Tricia Carter — Reporter Historian. clubs 165DECA DECA, Distributive Education Clubs of America, is composed of students in grades 9-12 who are interested in marketing and distribution. Deca promotes leadership development for future business people and establishes growth and a business outlook through competition and club participation. They are also responsible for the management of the school bookstore. Officers: From Left: V.P., Mark Hartley; Pres., Rhonda Chunn; Sponsor, Mrs. Rendall; Sec., Janet Leech; Reporter, Greg Vincent; Pari., Connie McCullough; Treas., David Black. 166 clubsTennessee Office Education Club Officers: President, Laura Mooney, Vice-Pres., Kathy Owen; Secretary, Sherri Smith; Treasurer, Teresa Shannon; Reporter, Dayna Ward; Parliamentarian, Brenda Stiles. TOFC is the youth organization club comprised of members in the vocational office education classes. The purpose of the club is to provide an exploration of employment opportunities and implement activities to develop teamwork, leadership, and cooperation abilities. Some of their activities include participating in local and state competitions and business related field trips, attending a leadership Training Program, and doing charitable work. The sponsor is Mrs. Tolbert. clubs 167FHA Future Homemakers of America is open to all students in grades 9-12 who are interested in making their homes a better place to live. The club’s objective is to help youth assume their roles in society through Home Economics education in areas of personal growth, family life, vocational preparation, and community involvement. Each year FHA participates in raising money for the Hemophilia Foundation, and they also lend a hand to many other worthwhile activities. The club’s sponsors are Mrs. Lois Sigler and Mrs. Sue Brandon. Officers: From Top Left: Recreation Director. Bart Nichelson; Reporter, Robin Lamont; Sec.-Treas.. Jill Oliver; Historian, Joyce Rush; V. Pres., Vicky Hathcock; Pres., Susie Johnson. 168 clubsHERO I Officers: Secretary, Jimmie Jefferson; Treasurer, Valarie Bland; Vice-Pres., Brenda Diggs; President, Randy Cline. HERO 1 is the clothing department of our home economics classes. This club is only open to those students who are taking a class from Mrs. Bacon. HFRO I club provides opportunities for self development and preparation for family and community living and employment. The club also promotes interest in Home Economics, Home Economics careers, and related occupations. The club has sold many of its articles to the students of MCHS. The sponsor is Mrs. Bacon. clubs 169HERO II Hero II is a home economics related club that explores occupations in child care. The first year students work with children during the week in a day care situation; and, second year students serve as aides for kindergarten teachers in the Millington Central Elementary School. The sponsor is Mrs. Gipson. Officers: From Left: V. Pres., Terri Wade; Pres., Reggie Harris; Sec., Cathy Carson. Not Shown: Treas., Carl Allen. 170 clubsHERO III Hero III, sponsored by Miss Jones, is a home economics club for students taking food service. TOP LEFT Rhonda Clark, See.; Mary Hcaly. Ref. Chairperson; Richard Jones. Pub. The members explore Careers in food Service to Chairperson; Derrick James. Act. Chairperson; Glenn Spencer. Vice Pres.; Shirley Taylor. gain experience by Operating the tea room. Treas.. Reggie Simms. President. clubs 171Pep Club Trojanettes: Secretary, Cheryl Harris; Sherri Smith, Laura Mooney, Cindy Crandall, Kathy Owen, Lindsey Bryant, Denise Stevenson, Karen Walls, Treasurer, Carol Ann DePoorter; Artist, Elaine Emerick; Lisa Gibeault. Officers: From Left: President, Lori Harris; Vice-Pres., Suzanne Rhinehart. Not Shown: Treas., Mary Jane Chapman; Secretary, Holley Carter. I 'Is I •! I 172 clubsThe Pep Club is an organization open to any student who wishes to join. The purpose of the club is to promote school spirit. Their activities include the Spirit Parade, Homecoming Week, Winter Festival, and Sports Appreciation Week. The Trojanettes sell the spirit ribbons and make the run-throughs for football games. The sponsor is Mrs. Purdy. clubs 173Literary Guild Literary Guild is composed of students in the advanced English classes. The purpose of the club is to make students more aware of the cultural arts. They usher at plays and concerts around the Memphis area, and they also publish the Epic magazine. The sponsor is Mrs. Saunders. Officers: From Top Left: Business Manager, Renee Walden; Editor. Lynne Rodell; VicePres., Shane Adams; Sec., Melinda Harris; Editor, Wendy Harrell; Treas.. Perri Allmon; Pres., Gladys Hulley. 174 clubsMARANTHA Staff: David Walker. Mrs. Clark (Sponsor). Barbara Jones. Brenda Stiles. Rena Lyell, Rena Curry, Becky White. Angie Hogan. Maranatha is a non-denominational Christian club, organized to promote on campus witnessing, spiritual growth, and fellowship among Christians and to introduce the Saviour, Jesus Christ, to the students. The club is open to all students in grades 9-12. The sponsor is Mrs. Clark. clubs 175Rodeo Club 176 clubs The Rodeo Club is for people who like the adventure and sport of horse riding and roping. The members represent MCHS in local rodeos and at the National High School Rodeo. They also ride in Christmas parades. The sponsor is Captain Bruen. Officers: From Left: V. Pres., Sue Lynn Perry; Pres., Margie Mix; Sec.. Ginger Jones; Treas.. Dolly Poortvliet.FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a new club organized this year at MCHS. The purpose of the club is to promote Christian fellowship among athletes. The sponsor is Coach Sluder. Officers Are: Treasurer — Kent Duncan, Vice Pres. — Vince Taylor, President — Scott Dowdy, Secretary — Mark Hartley. AIASA Officers: From Top Left: Steven Kinney, Brad Boynton, Robert Davis, Treas; David Long; Kevin Greenburg, Pres.; Donny Lane, V. Pres.; Alex Pitsos. Not Shown: Sec.; Bennie Copeland, Sergeant-at-Arms, Ricky Martin, Reporter; Greg Loflin, Historians, Gary Moses and Daryl Henderson; Pari, David Carson. AIASA is an organization which meets after school. It is designed to develop the leadership and personal abilities of students as they relate to the industrial — technical world. They were involved in many outside projects throughout the year. The sponsor is Mr. Harris. clubs 177OCTAGON The Octagon Club is a civil service organization composed of students in grades 9-12 and sponsored by the Millington Optimist Club. Its purpose is to promote an active interest in good government, civic and school affairs. It also benefits the community through different activities. BOTTOM RIGHT: Officers: Secretary — Teresa Lane, Vice-President — Mike Martin, President — Sally McCormick, Treasurer — Mary MacSaveney. Officers: Left to Right: Sec., Teresa Lane; VP, Mike Martin; Pres., Sally McCormick; Treas McSaveney. 178 clubsf Fashion Club Top Male and Female Models Travis Ransom and Connie McCullough Top 10 Female and Male Models Sue Lynn Perry Sallie McCormick Darla Ballard Chris Beasley Dena Ayala Connie McCullough Eileen Amaba Teresa Cooper Elizabeth Frawley Joyce Rush Teresa Shannon Gloria Middleton Wendy Durham Terry O’Connor Carl Allen Rodney Anderson Reggie Sims Tony Bernil Travis Ransom Tracy Parish Glen Spencer Ermin Amaba Not Shown: Alex Marshall Benji Amaba The Fashion Club is a group of young people who are interested in the fashion world and the current styles. The club hopes to get interested students involved in modeling and the fashion world and to help them to get a little experience in the fashion profession. The sponsors are Mrs. Bacon and Mrs. Rendall. clubs 179Ill'll lilililvnon •: ■■ •• II II M M •» 1 m •« Hi M 0« a l » »» M HI (I II •I 14 law | 9 8 V y D S IT'll KIM 180 sportssports 181Varsity Football This year was a rebuilding year for the MCHS Football Team. The Trojans were faced with a very difficult schedule. Although this was a vigorous season for the team, the Trojans gained much experience. We expect the players that carry over to next year to have a very successful season. 1. Coach Goate. 2. Coach Gibson. 3. Coach Hendrix. 4. Coach Sluder. 5. Managers: Benny Copeland. Kim Hardee, Sheryl Speck, Connie Wilson. Eric Churchwell, Jerry Suzore, Mitch Lawson, Vince Taylor; Head manager, Maurice Harmon. Front: Scott Percer, Dennis Wages, Tim Sheffield, Chris Carr, Wardell Thompson. Timmy Christopher, Chris McS-wain, Jimmy Dupree, David Gagnon. 2nd Row: Ed Gawlik, Bakaal Williams, P. J. Miller, Trent Middleton, Joel Gingery, Mike Dalao, Carl Allen, James Brady, Edwin Hamilton. 3rd Row: Dennis Stanfill, Tom Molder, Mike Matthews, Byron Bradford, Ricky Straus, Baily Waits, Martin Scanlon, Joe Mahannah, Dan Clark. 4th Row: Danny Weekes, David Hudson. Anthony Wright, Billy Harrell, Roger Brown, Chris Fields, Tim Sutorus, Burk Creasy, Joe Peete. 5th Row: Tim LeBlanc, John Ward, Jim Hughes, Brad Gentry, Kimo Coelho, Joe Hamilton. Tim Hill, Keith Williams. 6th Row: James McMahan, Vernon Ward, Jimmy Timberlake, Bart Conners, Mark Harris, Bobby Reeder, Gary Gavrock, Bill Lockhart. 182 sports1981 Millington Central High School Trojan Roster No. 1 2 4 5 8 10 11 12 14 24 25 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 38 39 42 43 44 45 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 58 60 62 64 66 68 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 81 82 84 85 86 88 89 Name Scott Percer Mike Mathews Dennis Wages Tim Sheffield Tim Christopher Chris McSwain Jimmy Dupree David Gagnon Edward Gawlic Bakaal Williams P. J. Miller Trent Middleton Joel Gingery Mike Dalao Carl Allen Mike Claiborne James Brady Edwin Hamilton Dennis Stanfill Tom Molder Byron Bradford Ricky Strauss Bailey Waits Martin Scanlon Joe Mahannah Dan Clark Dan We ekes David Hudson Anthony Wright Billy Harrell Tim Sutorus Roger Brown Chris Fears Burke Creecy Tim LeBlanc John Ward Jimmy Hughe Vernon Ward Brad Gentry KimoCoelho W. Joe Hamilton Tim Hill Keith Williams James McMahan Bart Conners Mark Harris Bobby Reeder Gary Gavrock Joe Peete Jimmy Timberlake Bill LockhartNineteen Eighty Two Football Senior Lettermen 1841. Carl Allen — Running Back 2. Roger Brown — Defensive Tackle 3. Ricky Straus Linebacker 4. Wardell Thompson — Running Back 5. Jimmy Timberlake — End 6. Bart Conners — Monsterman 7. Mike Dalao — End 8. David Gagnon — Defensive Back 9. Dennis Wages — Defensive Back 10. John Ward — Guard 11. Vernon Ward — Defensive Tackle 12. Jimmy Hughes — Defensive Tackle 13. Tim LeBlanc — Center 14. Joe Mahannah — Defensive End 15. Keith Williams — Tackle 16. Maurice Harmon — Manager 17. Jerry Suzore — Manager 18. Scott Percer — End 19. Bobby Reeder — Defensive End 20. Dennis Stanfill — Fullback 21. Vince Taylor — Manager sports 185 186 sportssports 187FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Freshman Football Team — First Row, L to R: Alfred Cole, Robert Moore, Jay Westmoreland, Frank Lee, Grant Van Ostrum, Fred Rill, Cliff Shilling, Kelsey Jones, Raymond Buzbee. Second Row: Ken Campbell, Sean Walker, Terry Carter, John McClain, Chris Burress, Marcel Jones, Gary Mitchell. Third Row: Kelvin Jones, Rusty Wilkins, Phil Beasley, Kenny Wright, Jimmy Lard, Victor Charles, Anthony Nelson. Fourth Row: Tom Parrish, Donald Morris. Billy Bowen, Tom Cook, Coach Sluder. The 1981-82 Freshman Football team gained much experience to be used in the future varsity program. Coaches Sluder and Hendricks introduced them to the basics of football which they will build on in the years to follow. Managers pictured above front to back — Daryl Whight, Mark Scarbough, Carl Hale, Henry Romer. sports 188sports 189VARSITY BASKETBALL Most of Shelby County is aware of the power and strength behind the word TROJAN when pertaining to the MCHS Varsity Boys’ Basketball Team. The 1981-82 starters were G. Spencer, D. House, R. Sims, J. Bland, and V. Diggs. Every member of the team including Coach Sluder took on their full responsibilities, in order, to make the team work successfully. G. Spencer, a senior, did an excellent job of taking the ball inside and played in wing positions. Once he had his hands on the ball, he made things happen. D. House, a senior, did a superior job of passing the ball and was a fine defensive player. House was one of the team’s better shooters. R. Sims, a senior, did a first-rate job of running the team; he was the player leading in assists and was a good outside shooter. J. Bland, a senior, was the lead scorer and rebounder. He played in post positions and did a fantastic job of scoring from the inside. Diggs, a sophomore, played in post positions and had good moves. He was one of the leading rebounders and promises to be an outstanding player in the future. The other team members also helped the TROJANS to many victories. The TROJANS won the William Osteen Tournament and beat Bolton, a team that went to the state playoffs, twice in one year. Managers: Malcolm Jones, Allen McDaniel, Marcel Jones. Varsity Team. Kneeling (L to R): Raynard Parks, Reggie Sims, Scott Dowdy, Dennis House, Coach Sluder. Standing: Glenn Spencer, Kim Burnett, Ken Cody, Jeff Bland, McKinnley Grandberry, Wayne Howard. Junior Varsity Team: Kenny Bishop, Pat Douglas, Marc Diaz. Back: Larry Barnes, Bakaal Williams, Chris Turner, Art Carver. 190 sportsSTARTERS192 sportsGIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL Impressive was about the only word that described the actions of the 1981 82 Lady Trojans Basketball team. The success of the team relied not only on Coaches Norwood and Morton, but also the players’ ability to work as a team. E. Billington averaged approximately 17 points a game and was the leading scorer; she was an outstanding offensive player. L. Wilson was an excellent defensive player, but this year she proved to be a powerful rebounder; she was the second lead scorer. T. Estes helped in a low post position. J. Lawson kept the team’s morale high with her enthusiasm. This made her a valuable player. This was a rebuilding period, but the talent possessed by the underclassmen made the job easier. Juniors, K. Carson, V. Johnson, L. Williams and B. Diggs, played important roles as they attempted to build the strength of the outside game. The sophomores also took on their responsibilities. B. Taylor matured to a point where she was the starting director of the offense. 1st Row: Mrs. Morton (Coach), Barbara Taylor, Juli Lawson; Cathy Carson, Lisa Williams, Lisa Wilder, Gerthie Wilson, Miss Norwood (coach). 2nd Row: Vicki Johnson. Marilyn Bolton, Teresa Hultz, Joy Malone, Brenda Diggs, Tabrina Estes. Lisa Wilson, Emma Billington, Leslie Campbell. sports 193SENIORS 194 sportsBOYS’ FRESHMAN BASKETBALL This year, the boys’ freshman basketball team finished their regular season with a record of 10 wins and 6 losses. Some outstanding players were Jimmy Campball, Matthew Hardaway and Jimmy Pike. By showing their skill and possessing great determination, the freshman team will excel in other programs in the future. Front Row (L to R): Mike Williams, Grant Vanolstrom, Steve Brown, Don Morris. Tom Cook, Troy Thompson, Steve Hogan, Walter Wray. Standing: Jimmy Pike, Matthew Hardaway, Jim Acshcraft, Larry Jones, Kenny Phillips, Jimmy Campbell, Coach Owen. 196 sportsGIRLS’ FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Front Row: M Alexander, M Browning, M, Harkness. T. Ware, S. Purtle, D Chysler, D Bradley, C. Savage, J. Albernathy. Standing: K. Goodwood, P. Timbs, T. Vann, K. Ransom, V, Carson, K. Timbs, C. Gavrock, A. Massey, J. Swiney, L. Perry, Coach Morton. This year’s girls’ freshman basketball team finished with a winning season. We are very proud of these young athletes because they displayed good sportman-ship and determination. With the potential they show, we are sure that these girls will help the Varsity program in the future years. sports 197VARSITY CHEERLEADERS SHOW SPIRIT Connie McCullough Holley Carter Kelly Simpson Sheri Ward Mary Jane Chapman Eileen Amaba Janet Leech Trina Connelly Kris Beasley Dena Ayala Kathy Runions Teresa Cooper 198 sportsConnie McCullough —1,2, 3, Captain 4 Sheri Ward — Captain 4 Dena Ayala 1, 2, 3 Holley CarlB- yK 3 Mj Mary J ane Chapman — 1,2, 3 Kathy Runlons — 1. 2. 3 KHly Simpson -2,3 Eileen Amaba 1, 2 Kris Beasley 1,2 Teresa Cooper 1,2 Janet Leech — 1.2. 3, 1st Alternate 4 What is one of the most school spirited groups at Millington Central? The answer is obvious! It is the Varsity Trojan Cheerleaders. The group consists of twelve becoming young ladies who diligently support the Athletic Department. Their hard work and long hours are highly appreciated, and we look forward to seeing them cheer at every game. 199JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS JV Cheerleaders (L to R): Donna Stickley, Patricia Bartlett, Jennifer Bobrek, Stacy Worth, Valerie Burnett, LaDrone Parks, Kim Hardee. The ten girls that make up the Millington Central JV Cheerleading squad help promote spirit at the games. These girls are chosen on the basis of their poise, appearance, spirit, and ability to cheer. They cheer diligently at every JV game, and their support is greatly appreciated. The sponsors who make this squad possible are Mrs, Kincaid and Mrs. Tolbert. 200 sportsFRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS The Freshman Cheerleaders squad is composed of nine super ladies with a super Trojan spirit. They support the Freshman Athletic Department with a lot of enthusiasm. The great job they do is appreciated. The sponsors are Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Armour. Top Row: Allison Morion, Rhonda Manning, Sandy Warner. Cindy Brown Bottom Row Michelle Hill. Cindy Gertschen, Kelly Pierce, Jane Barnes. sports 201TROJAN WRESTLING TEAM Front: (L to R): Jimmy Hivner. Donny Lane. Alan May. Joel Gingery. Bobby May. Robert Fortune. Mike Hissong. Mike Matthew . David Hunt. Tony Tuck, Dennis Stanfill, Kimo Coelho. Back: (L to R) Dan Taylor. Mitch Lawson. Steve Hoxie, John Sanders. Mark Wells. Del Hughes. John Hoxie, Tim Carver. Jimmy Dupree. Rusty Wilkins. Phil Beasley. Frank Lee. Tommy Peterson, Robert Moore, Tim Davenport. Byron Bradford. Charles Conners. Paul Kenny, John Chambers. Brian Moore. Jim Hughes. Steven Ray. Frank Sampietro. Jon Werenskhoid LEFT: Anne Rowen, captain. TOP: Vickie Blythe. Robin Auburt. BOTTOM: Denise Butterfield. Loni Martinez. Carol Fritz. Not Pictured: Donna McClusky. The 1981-82 Trojan wrestlers ended their season with a 9-3 record. This was accomplished by extremely hard practices and excellent coaching by coaches Hendrik, Gipson, and Goate. The team took 4th in Districts, 7th in Regions, and carried three wrestlers (D. Stanfill, D. Hunt, and T. Tuck) to State competition. Stanfill took first place in Districts and in Regions went undefeated. Much thanks goes to the Mat Maids who were sponsored by Mrs. Arnold. They cheered the team on and gave them the additional support needed to get the job done. 202 sportsVARSITY GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL TOP RIGHT Top Row: (L to R) Mrs. Taylor, Lisa Souter, Julie Lawson, Rhonda Lawrence, Joy Malone, Vickie Johnson, Kim Shelton, Shirley Stein. Back Row: Vickie Smallwood, Lynne Frawley, Kelly Ward, Teresa Hultz, Sonja Neville. The Varsity Volleyball team finished with a 16-6 record. The coach, Mrs. Taylor, led the team to win the District 16 Championship. Lisa Souter and Julie Lawson were voted to the district team. Joy Malone was voted District 16 most valuable player and also All-Region. Sonya Neville scored more points than anyone else in MCHS history. 204 sportsJV AND FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL JV Team: Top Row: (L to R) Tonia Dedman, Kelly Ward, Teresa Hultz. Vicki Smallwood. Lynne Frawley. Bottom Row: (L to R) Sonja Neville, Shanon Purtle, Vicki Aiken. Kelly Wood, Debbie Hultz. Amanda VanTassell. The Junior Varsity Volleyball team has followed in the same footsteps as the Varsity Volleyball team. With a record of 8-4, one can see that this team means business. One member of the team that MCHS is exceedingly proud of is Sonja Neville who scored more points in volleyball than anyone else in the history of MCHS. This team is under the leadership of Coach Taylor. Freshman Team: Top Row, (L to R): Laura Browder. Brenda Miller, Rhonda Manning, Beth Hale, Denise Kampstra, Terri Wells, Laura Dieckhause, Kathy Guetterman. Bottom Row: (L to R) Melinda Harkness, Diane Bradley, Kellie Benford, Sueelen Gayden, Tammy deMarighy. Jenny Sweeney, Kim Ricks. sports 205206 sports The “thrill of victory” is synonymous with the MCHS Boys’ Track team. These spirited young men are under the leadership of Coach Gibson and Coach Hendrix. With last year’s 6-1 record and the great effort by Maurice Harmon who placed 5th in the state with a discus throw of 143 ft., we can expect the best to get better. Other outstanding members are: T. Parish, A. Marshall, B. Springfield, D. Baker, T. LeBlanc, W. Thompson, V. Taylor. With the leadership of their coaches and the talent the team possesses, we are guaranteed another great season. MCHS Boys’ Track Team Top: Glenn Spencer, Carl Bahls, Tim Asher, Tim LeBlanc, Ken Cody, Vernon Ward. Middle: Coach Gibsony Gerald Bean, Vince Taylor, Scott Percer, Maurice Harmon. Tracy Parish, David Hunt. Bottom: Deadrick Baker, Alex Marshall, Bob Springfield, Wardell Thompson, Richard Jones. Jarrod Harris. Reggie Sims. Coach Gibson Coach HendricksGIRLS’ TRACK Returning Lettermen: Front Row: Beth Hartley, Mickey Speck; Denise Zanetti and Patty Cutlip — managers. Middle Row: Teresa Mathis, Teresa Cooper, Ruby Mincey, Lorraine Diggs, Kim Hardee. Back Row: Donna Like, Cheryl Colter, Kris Beasley, Emma Billington, Joyce Rush. During the 1980-81 season, the Lady Trojans proved they could run with the best by placing fourth in the state mile relay. Despite losing some senior lettermen, Mrs. Price expects her team to be just as tough for the 1981-82 year. Leading the lady runners are seniors, Emma Billington, Ruby Mincey, Mickey Speck, and Lorraine Diggs. With this group of experienced runners and help from the younger girls, the Lady Trojans should have no trouble finding themselves right back in state competition. Assisting Mrs. Price again this year is Mrs. Morton. sports 207Boys and Girls Cross Country Top: Vince Taylor, Robert Barrett, David Hunt. Tommy Peterson. Bottom: Mike Twigg, Charles Conner. Top: Mickey Speck, Pam Lonier, Beth Hartley, Angie Sherill, Theresa Mathis. Gwen Jones. Bottom: Alondra Miller, Lisa Stanley, Angie Haley, Cathy Carson, Jill Butler, Paula Crowder. The 1981-82 Trojan Cross Country teams were making great accomplishments. The girls finished their season with a record of 6-5; the boys had a record of 6-8. An outstanding feat was made by Pam Lonier who placed 12th in a county meet. She also made the All-County Cross Country team. The girls’ and boys’ teams were under the guidance and supervision of Coach Morton and Coach Norwood. We can expect the Cross Country teams to keep running ahead. Coach Morton Coach Norwood Managers: Carla Albert, Mary Ellerbrook, Karen Moore, Loree Olson. 208 sportsMCHS Baseball Team The MCHS Baseball Team has all the qualities that are needed for a successful team. They have skilled players, determination, dedication, and good coaches. Last year’s record was 21-9, and they placed 2nd in the District. Some outstanding players are Wayne Thompson, Malcolm Jones, and Dennis Stanfill. The team is under the qualified leadership of Coaches Sluder and Rix. With the skills the team has acquired, we are confident of this year’s season. BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER Coach Rix and Coach Sluder. Top: Kim Burnett. Mark Hartley. Mitchell McClure. Wayne Thompson. Bottom: Dennis Stanfill. Mike Mitchell. Tony Bernil. Malcomb Jones. 210 sports1981-82 GIRLS’ SOFTBALL Top Row. Cathy Carson, Angie Haley, Tabrina Estes, Cheryl Harris, Lisa Williams, Vickie Johnson. Bottom Row. Juli Lawson, Leigh Costner, Kim Shelton, Lisa Souter. The MCHS Softball Team is “RED HOT” and can’t be stopped. The proof was shown when they were District 14 AAA Champions. To top that performance, they placed 1st in the Region 7 AAA Division and were TSSAA State Runner-Up. Some outstanding players were Lee Costner, Tabrina Estes, Julie Lawson, Kim Shelton, and Cheryl Harris. These talented young ladies are under the guidance and leadership of Coach Norwood and Coach Leonard. MCHS is very proud of these fine athletes, and we are looking forward to another good season. sports 21GOLF TEAM This year’s golf team is starting off with confidence. The records for last year were 11-5 for the boys and 9-3 for the girls. The members show the promise of a good year. This year’s golf team consists of (Left to Right), Front: Amanda VanTassell, Vicki Smallwood, Patricia Bartlett. Back: Mrs. Taylor, Chris Carr, Marc Diaz, Kevin Carr, Robert Barrett, and Jon Werenskjold. The team is coached by Mrs. Taylor. Patricia Bartlett and Joe R. Morton received the William L. Osteen Award. The most valuable players were Marc Diaz and Amanda Van Tassel. 212 sportsTENNIS TEAM — The tennis team finished last year with a 9-5 record. They competed against teams from Collierville, Dyersburg, Germantown and Bartlett. The returning girls are: Teresa Hultz, Kelly Wood, Jennifer Bobrek, Eileen Amaba, and Dena Ayala. The returning boys are: Jack Mayo, Ben-jie Amaba, and Ermin Amaba. This year’s coach is Captain Bruen. sports 213Sports 215Real Wheels 1. Firebird — Trans Am T-top 2. Mustang Cobra II T-top 3. 1956 Chevy Sedan 4. 1967 Camero 5. Mazda RX-7 Turbo 6. Triumph TR-7 Convertible 7. Fiat Xl 9 8. Ferrari Dino 9. Corvette T-top 10. Ford T-bird Rock Steady Leisure Pleasure 1. Crusin’ 2. Sleep 3. Soap Operas 4. Eating 5. Girls 6. Guys 7. Watching TV 8. Jogging 9. Fishing; Hunting 10. Sports MCHS Bestsellers Munch-A-Bunch 1. Go ask Alice 2. Amityville Horror 3. The Legacy 4. Clash of the Titans 5. Black Stallion 6. Lord of the Flies 7. Once and Future King 8. Huckleberry Finn 9. Gone With the Wind 10. Mommie Dearest 1. Hamburgers 2. Steak 3. Pizza 4. Shrimp 5. French Fries 6. Tacos 7. Cake 8. Ice Cream 9. Candy 10. Cookies 218 ReflectionsPOLLS Best In View 1. Championship Wrestling 2. Hart to Hart 3. Hill Street Blues 4. General Hospital 5. M'A’S’H 6. Magnum P.I. 7. Quincey 8. Saturday Night Live 9. Three’s Company 10. Sixty Minutes Favorite Flicks 1. Arthur 2. Superman II 3. Raiders of the Lost Ark 4. Body Heat 5. Stripes 6. Cannon Ball Run 7. Invasion of the Body Snatchers 8. For your eyes only 9. The Great Muppet Caper 10. Blue Lagoon Funny People 1. Steve Martin 2. Rodney Dangerfield 3. Richard Pryor 4. George Carlin 5. Robert Cline 6. Johnny Carson 7. Benny Hill 8. Bill Murray 9. Bob Hope 10. Gilda Radner ’82 Greats 1. Super Freak 2. Who’s Crying Now 3. Endless Love 4. The Greatest American Hero 5. Trees 6. Private Eyes 7. Stone in Love 8. Slow Hand 9. For Your Eyes Only 10. In the Air Tonight Super Singers 1. Rick James 2. Billy Joel 3. Barry Manilow 4. Barbra Streisand 5. Ted Nugent 6. Kim Carnes 7. Micheal Jackson 8. A1 Jarreau 9. Natalie Cole 10. Carly Simon Reflections 219“Romance In Venice’’ was the theme of Homecoming this year. The activities of the week consisted of buying Homecoming Ribbons and voting for Powderpuff Court on Monday. Tuesday was the door decorating contest with the winner getting donuts. The winners were Mrs. Purdy — first place, Mrs. Cox — second place and Mrs. Simmons — third place. Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Armour and Mrs. Downs received honorable mention. Wednesday was the spirit ribbon contest. Emily Hasty was the proud winner and received a cash prize. Thursday was Powderpuff football game. The Senior girls overwhelmed the Junior girls by a score of 28 to 7. Friday was Black and Gold day. Students were encouraged to wear black and gold clothes. 220 reflectionsReflections of Winter Festival The Winter Festival activity week was definitely for the artistic and the brainy. On Tuesday, the eighth, the Pep Club sponsored a puzzle day. Contestants were asked to solve a puzzle during lunch and a cash prize was rewarded. On Wednesday, the ninth, a Snowflake Contest was held to find the prettiest six pointed snowflake. There was a food prize given. Thursday, the tenth, was puzzle time again. On Friday, the eleventh, were the Pep Rally and game. reflections 221tncMt "' V-OVt L V ‘—i -—' j r u.». ,. A C A V A A o CV jy 4? v ■ Cb h A I hetj :aU tf)( pacj " 7 Tyr , '"i i$ ' if v; $ ■ ' - » -o - ? ' f 1$£ IW'ZTk n -?° Xpfi i 224 reflections7T( HLMX7 4 ih JV K. QdSisuj£(K fy—i 7+a Krfrt XJjL U - GUV-aa ft T) h fWA v' 3u « x .- i afea $. v° GauuA fy • -'t c c kJL V fk-• " V'SoS 3 (lipb- .» oiu Coer _ HO oro ° c3r ? o a £ $ r« "•Sr Vfc226 Reflections THE YEAR IN REVIEWAND TROJAN FADS The events of the 1981-82 school year were of earth-shattering proportion. In America, we watched with great pride as Columbia was launched into space. We sat helplessly as we listened to the tragic reports of the crashes of the Thunderbirds and an Air Florida plane. We learned of Anwar Sadat’s assassination and Poland’s fighting for the Solidarity movement. Punk Rock “hairdos” were among the biggest fads of our school year. The video game craze raged into full swing and, adding to the prep look, knickers entered the scene. “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” "Arthur” and “Stripes” were among the movie greats this year. Wrestling seemed to be everyone’s favorite sport. “Physical” and “Bette Davis Eyes” were the two top songs of our year. reflections 227230 adsADS: Editor: Laina Bush ads 231MILLINGTON FENCE CO. Free Estimates Reasonable Rates Immediate Installation Residential Chain Link — Our Specialty Dennis Mayhugh Phone 872-8506 KNOX PLUMBING COMPANY INC. 272-3001 License 481-236 Jimmy Knox 1209 N. 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Phillip Russell Minister of Youth First Baptist Church, Millington, TN Young People’s Greatest Problem: Sin Wrong Attitude Against God Romans 3:10 “As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one” Romans 3:23 “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God” Romans 6:23 “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord” God’s Greatest Gift For Young People Forgiveness of Sin — Grace and Love Romans 5:8 “But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” John 3:16-18 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the ' world; but that the world through him might be saved. 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JlU. 130, 197 Acosta, Eleanor. 140, 141 Adams. Patty. 68. 75. 81. 87. 155. 156 Adams. Shane. 87. 174 Aiken. Victoria. 130. 205 Albert. Carla. 130 Albert. Michael. 87 Alderson, Christy. 121 Alexander. Marketta, 141, 197 Alexander. Tammy, 141 Alexander. Teresa. 130 Allen. Brenda. 130 Allen. Carl. 74. 82. 87. 179. 185 Allen. Darla. 121 Allen. James. 130 Allen. Kevin. 130 Allen. Mary. 121 Allen. Roy, 130 Allen. Theresa. 141 Allen. William. 141 Allman. Perri. 73. 87. 165, 174 Amaba, Benjie. 32. 35. 70. 120. 121. 158, 160. 179.213 Amaba. Eileen. 18. 31. 32. 34. 35. 70. 130. 162,179. 199.213 Amaba. Ermin. 18. 24. 28. 32. 35. 68. 70. 73. 81. 82. 85. 87. 155. 156. 179, 213 Ameri, Zhilia, 130 Amos. John. 141 Anderson. Caroline. 130 Anderson. Chester. 141 Anderson. Cooney. 121 Anderson. Michael. 47. 48. 130 Anderson. Robbie. 121 Anderson. Rodney. 121, 179 Anderson. Trade. 141 Archdeacon, Susan, 87 Archdeacon. Ted. 130 Archer. Michael, 130 Armstrong. Jimmy, 141 Armstrong. Susan. 121 Arnold, Gary, 115 Arnold. Karen. 141 Arnold. Robin. 32. 68. 72. 87. 154, 157 Arthur. Kenneth, 130 Ashcraft. Jim. 141. 196 Ashenbramer. Janna. 141 Asher. Tim. 121.206 Atteberry. Erin, 130 Atteberry. Jay. 130 Atteberry. Lori. 141 Aubert. Robin. 141.202 Autry. Rebecca. 18. 121 Ayala. Dena. 29. 121. 179. 199. 213 B Bagley. Gail. 141 Bagley. Terry, 141 Bahls, Cary. 206 Bahls. Robert. 121 Bailey. Chnstopher. 141 Bailey. Donna. 121 Bailey. Sheila. 87 Bain. D'ann, 121 Bain. Stephanie. 130 Baker. Danny. 130 Baker. Dead nek. 48. 206 Baker. Earnest. 130 Baker. Harold. 141 Baker. Julie. 141 Baker. Mike. 87 Baker. Todd. 141 Baldwin. Addie. 130 Baldwin. Joseph. 130 Ballard. Darla. 121.179 Ballard. Greg. 141 Ballard. Judy. 121 Banks. Lisa. 121 Barber. Terri. 88. 204 Bargamer. Benjamin. 87 Barnes. Jane. 141.201 Barnes. Larry. 130 Barnes. SherrcU. 88.165 Barnes. Tim. 130. 190 Barrett. Robert. 121, 207, 212 Barrett. Tawnya. 141 Barrom. Cindy, 130 Bartlett. Patricia. 130. 200. 212 Barton. Lisa. 130 Barner. Lynette. 141 Bean. Gerald. 35. 48. 121. 206 Bean. Julius. 35. 88 Bearup. Scott. 29. 141 Beasley. Kris. 130. 179. 199, 207 Beasley. PhilUp. 141. 188.202 Beckman. Patti. 88 Beckman. Ross. 141 Bedford. Tammy. 88 Belinc, Martin. 121 Belk. Paula. 121 Bell. Angie. 141 Bell. John. 70. 88. 164 Bellora. Mark. 121 Bender. Craig, 88 Bender. Mike, 141 Bendorf. Jeff. 121 Benford. Kellie. 141.205 Bennett. Barbara. 141 Bennett. Debbie. 88 Benton. DuJuan, 121 Bernll. Tony. 69. 88. 165. 179. 210 Berry. Keenon. 88 Berry. James. 141 Berryhill. James. 141 Berry hill, John. 141 Best. Dwayne. 88. 165 Best. Lynn. 47. 141 Betton. Tara. 28. 141 Bierdz. Shawn. 130 Billings. Stacy. 130 Billington. Emma. 82. 88. 193. 194. 206 Bise. Sheila. 130 Bishop. Kenny. 190 Bishop. Vernice, 89 Bttterman, Bruce. 130, 164 Black. David. 78. 89. 166 Black. Paul. 89 Blackwell. Julie, 141 Blackwell. Tammy. 121 Blackwood. Linda. 46. 141 Bland. Alice. 121 Bland. Jeff. 82. 89. 190, 191 Bland. Valerie. 121, 167 Bland. Vincent. 130 Blankenbeckler. Eric. 130 Blankenbeckler. Scott. 141 Blaydes. Karen. 121 Blaylock. Bobby. 141 Bledsoe. Kendall. 130 Blythe. Vickie. 130. 202 Boaz. Barbara. 141 Bobrek. Jennifer. 130, 200. 213 Bolton. Marilyn. 130. 193 Bolton. Reba. 89. 157 Bondurant, Michael. 48. 89 Booth, Dwight. 121 Boswell. Michael. 89. 164 Boucher. John. 130 Bouder. Bret. 130 Bounds. Anthony. 121 Bounds. Vincent, 141 Bounds. Yvonne. 165 Bourrte. Mark. 121 Bowen. Billy. 188 Bowen. Dawn. 89 Bowers. Deanna. 121 Bowers. Denise. 46. 130 Bowers. Michael. 130 Bowers. Mltzi. 89 Bowhay. Ranita, 89. 155 Bowles. Michelle. 130 Bowles. Tammte. 130 Bowles. Zipporah, 130 Boyd. Sonia. 130 Boynton. Brad. 141, 177 Box. Susan. 121 Bradford. Byron. 121, 202 Bradford. Charlie. 130 Bradhurst. Joanne. 141 Bradley. Angela. 141 Bradley. Dianne. 141, 197. 205 Bradshaw. Leslie, 141 Brady. James. 130 Branch. Sheila. 121 Brandis. Phil. 131 Brandon, Tony, 121 Branson. Stacy. 131 Brasel. Jane. 131 Brasel. Kenneth. 115 Braswell. Forest. 131 Braswell. Stephanie. 121 Braswell. Tammie. 141 Bratton. Robert. 115 Bratton. Wayne. 121 Breault. Steve. 131 Brewer. Vicky. 131 Bridges, Shelton. 121 Bright. Bobbie. 142 Bright. Patricia. 21.89 Brim Ingham, Minyon. 46. 131 Broadway. Leroy, 131 Brooks, Bryant, 142 Brooks. Cynthia. 48. 131 Brooks. Keith. 28. 142 Brooks. Sheila. 121 Brough. Kim, 142 Browder. Laura 142, 205 Brown. Blake. 142 Brown, Carrie. 142 Brown. Cindy. 201 Brown. Frechell. 22. 23. 28.69. 90. 155. 157 Brown, Robert. 131 Brown. Roger, 73. 89. 185 Brown. Sonja, 131 Brown. Steve. 142. 196 Brown. Susan. 90 Brown. Theresa. 121 Brown. Tracy. 121 Brown. William. 22. 23. 75.90 Browning. Mona. 142, 196 Browning. Terry. 131 Broyles. Kathryn. 21. 142 Bruenn, William, 142 Bruner, Sandra. 131 Bryan, Allen, 131 Bryan. Jan. 121 Bryan, Tracy. 142 Bryant. Charles. 131 Bryant. Kim. 131 Bryant. Larry. 131 Bryant. Lindsey. 22. 121. 172. 204 Bryant. Lloyd. 131 Bryant. Rebecca. 142 Bryeans. Rob. 121 Buchanon, Brenda. 142 Bunnell, Jon, 90 Burelle. Yvette. 121 Burge. Debra. 90 Burge. Harold. 142 Burkett. David, 142 Burkhart. Mitchell. 90. 164 Burnett. Kim. 35. 70. 73. 78. 82.90.155. 157.158.160.190.191.210 Burnett. Valerie. 121.200 Burns. Wanda. 122 Burress. Chris. 142, 188 Burress. John. 142 Burton. Mlcheal, 71. 72. 90. 154. 157 Bush. Lalna. 22. 23. 28. 69. 81. 90. 154, 157 Butler. Jill. 22. 122. 208 Butt. Doris. 22. 29.122 Butterfield. Denise. 122, 202 Buzbee. Raymond. 142, 188 Byrd. David. 142 c Cain. Billy. 142 Calapp. Burr, 122 Calhoun. Darren. 142 Calhoun. Earnest. 122 Calvary. Lisa. 131 Camp, Kevin, 122 Camp. Melanie. 142 Campbell. Debora. 142 Campbell. Jimmy, 196 Campbell. Ken. 142. 188 Campbell. Leslie. 131. 193 Campbell. Scott. 90 Cannon. Angela. 122 Cannon. Tiffany. 142 Capuson, Donna. 24. 25. 28. 90, 154 Carathers. Kim, 131 Carr. Chris. 122.212 Carr. Kevin, 18. 131,212 Carraker, Debbie. 131 Carrakcr. Pam. 131 Carraway, Delores. 131 Carson. Cathy. 122.170.193. 208. 211 Carson. David, 122 Carson. Shelley. 131 Carson. Veronica. 142. 196 Carter. Allen. 142 Carter. Gerald. 91 Carter. Holley. 37.120. 122, 199 Carter. Karen. 131 Carter. Kent. 91 Carter. Leslie. 90 Carter, Morris. 142 Carter. Partlcia. 122, 165 Carter. Terry. 32. 142. 188 Carver. Arthur. 122. 190 Carver. Tim, 142. 202 Caspersen. Kenneth. 91. 155. 157 Caviness. Randy. 131 Caviness. Robin, 142 Chafln. Jimmy, 131 Chafin. Karen. 91 Chambers. John. 122. 202 Chapman. Mary Jane. 34. 35.120,122. 196 Charles. Ray. 131 Charles. Victor. 142. 188 Chase. Cassandra. 91 Chase. Lisa. 122 Childress. Ken. 122 Childress. Lane. 142 Chirdon. Donna, 131 Christian. Boyce. 142 Christian. Muriel. 142 Christopher, Janeen, 122 Christopher. Timmy. 28 Christopher. Venessa. 142 Chunn. Rhonda. 31. 70. 79.91. 155. 157, 166 Church. Carla. 129, 131.162 Churchwell. Eric. 122 Clark. Dan. 131 Clark, Rhonda. 91. 171 Clark. Thomas. 122 Clark. Todd. 122 Clark. Tom. 122 Clayborne, Mike. 142 Claypool, Terri, 142 Cleek. Alan. 142 Cleveland. DeAnna. 142 Cleveland. Gianna, 142 Clifton. Sonia. 47. 48. 79.91 Clifton. Thomas. 131 Cline. Charles. 31. 70. 91. 169 Cloer, Brett. 131 Cody. Kenneth. 44. 46. 91. 190. 206 Cody. Richard Coelho. Kimo. 131.202 Cole. Alford. 188 Cole, Kenneth. 142 Coleman. David, 122 Collins. Sheila. 91 Collver. Jeff. 131 Collver. Kim. 122 Colston. Paul. 32,48, 131 Colter. Cheryl. 122.207 Columbia. Joe. 91 Comer. Deborah. 92 Compton. David, 131 Cone. Denise. 142 Conley. Trina. 122 Conners. Bart. 185 Conners. Charles. 122. 208. 202 Conner. Mandy, 142 Conran. Tina, 92 Conteras. Dave. 92. 155 Cook. Tammy. 131 Cook. Tom. 142. 188. 196 Cooper. Denise. 131 Cooper. Lisa. 142. 162 Cooper. Marty. 131 Cooper. Teresa. 34. 35. 129. 131. 179, 199. 207 Cooper. Tonla, 92 Coover. Bob, 32. 131 Copeland. Bennie. 122 Copeland. Tammie. 143 Costa. Tracy. 143 Costello. Kaye. 122 Costner. Leigh. 74. 82. 92.211 Cottle. Steve. 131 Counce. Lori. 122 Cox, Christy, 131 Cox. Cindy. 122 Cox. Karen. 122 Cox. Steve. 122 Craig, James. 143 Cramer. William Crandell. Qndy. 122.172 Crane.John. 122 Crawford. Shellie. 122 Crawford. Yolanda. 143 Creecy. Burke. 122 Crtsei. Donna. 143 Cross. Ron. 122 Crowder. Paula. 143. 208 Crum. Kelly. 28. 35. 129,131 Crum. Mitchell. 35. 92 Crutchfield. Laurie, 122 Crutchfield. Peggy. 143 Cullum, Larry. 143 Culver. Elaine, 143 Culver. Pam. 143 Culver. Tammy. 92 Curan. Rhonda. 122 Curry. Patrick. 143 CurTy. Rena. 122. 175 Curry. Rodney. 131 Cutllp. Patty. 122. 207 Cutllp, Tommy. 92 D Dacus. Teresa. 132 Dalao. Mike. 92. 85 Daniel. Dan. 132 Danley. Linda, 143 Danl i. Patty. 22. 23. 28. 47. 79. 92. 155. Darcey. Gordon. 92 Davenport. Mike, 92 Davenport. Susan, 132 Davenport. Tim. 132, 202 Davey.Mel. 122 258 indexDavidson. Jerry. 93 Davidson. Linda. 132 Davis. D bbi«. 143 Davis. Jeff Sr.. 93 Davis. Jeff Jr.. 122 Davis. Kenny 24. 132 Davis. Leneke, 93 Davis. Melissa. 132 Davis. Robert. 93. 177 Davis. Shonya, 93 Davis. Trad, 122 Davis. William. 143 Decosta. Theresa. 132 Dedmon. Tonya. 132, 205 DeMarigny. Tammy, 143. 205 Dempsey. Chris. 93 Dennis. Terri. 47. 132 Dennson. Keith. 132 DePorter. Carol. 143. 172 Devltt. Shawn. 93 Diaz. Marc. 18. 129. 132.190. 212 Dkkens. Charles. 93 Dkkens. Enzo. 122 Dkkens. Mary, 132 Dickerson. Georgann. 122 Dickerson. Jimmy. 94 Dieckhaus. Laura. 143. 205 Dtffee. Jimmy, 143 Diggs. Brenda. 169. 193 Diggs. Lorraine. 79. 82. 93. 207 Diggs. Vernon. 132 Dillard. Sheila. 132 Dischinger. Tracy. 132 Dobbs. Bobby. 143 Dobbs. Jay. 143 Dobbs. Mane. 93 Dodds. William. 132 Donnelly. James. 132 Dooley. Mike. 47. 122 Doss. Lon. 143 Dote. Mark. 132 Douglas. Patnck, 132. 190 Dowdy. Scott. 35. 70. 82. 94. 177, 190 Doyan. Barry, 132 Doyle. Mark. 94 Drescher. Marsha. 123 Driggers. Krystal, 143 Duart. Doug. 123 Duke. Angie. 123 Duke. Danny. 94 Dunaway. Johnny, 132 Duncan. Kent, 94, 177 Dupree. Charlotte, 1 3 Dupree. James. 132 Dupree. Robin. 31, 75. 93 Dupree, Jimmy, 132, 202 Durat, Douglas, 123 Durham. Cheryl. 22. 23. 78. 93 Durham, David, 132 Durham. Marshall. 115 Durham. Wendy. 18. 28. 32. 34. 35. 120. 123.163.179 Dye. Jerry. 81.94. 155. 157 E Eckhart. Kim. 143 Eckhart, Patience. 143 Eckhart, Vaiorle. 123 Edens. Lynn. 94 Edminston, Pamela. 132 Edwards. Gerald. 132 Eldrtge. James. 143 Elkins. Robbie, 95 Ellerbrook. Mary. 123 Elliot. Tony. 95 Ellis. Regina. 143 Emcrkk. Elaine, 132, 172 Endres. Tommy. 143 Eppley, Karen. 94. 157 Ervin. Leslie. 24. 132 Ervin, Melissa, 143 Estes. Tee. 82. 94. 193. 194. 211 Everhart. Joel. 95 Ewing. Jerry. 132 F Farmer, Cynthia. 46. 132 Farmer. James. 143 Fears. Chris. 132 Fender. Tracey. 132 Fentress. Audra, 143 Ference. Traci. 123 Ferguson. John. 123 Fernandezto. Jan, 132 Ferrell. Beverly. 143 Files. Greg. 132 Finder. Jennifer. 143 Fisher. Arlene. 94 Fisher. Audrey. 94 Fisher. Steve. 37. 95 Rake. Lori, 143 Ranagan. Debe. 132 Remlng. Stephanie. 132 Retty. Dena. 143 Flowers. Jacqueline. 143 Floyd. Pamela. 143 Ford. Pam. 143 Foreman. Randy. % Fortner. Thomas. 132 Fortune. Robert. 123. 202 Foster. Lisa. 143 Foster. Peggy. 143 Fowler. Cindy. 123 Fox. Samuel. 132 Frawley. Elizabeth. 132, 179 Frawley. Lynne. 104. 132. 205 Frazier. Rhonda. 143 Free. Diane. 143 Freeman. Audra. 47, 132 Friend. Kathy, 143 Fritz. Carol. 143. 202 Fullmer. Mary. 132 Fullmer. Nancy. 143 Funderburk. Mark. 132 G Gabor. Eugene. 143 Gabriel. Alfred. 44. 46. 95 Gacek. Troy. 143 Gagnon. David. 37. 75. 95. 160.185 Gandy, Joni, 132 Gardner. Dennis. 96 Gar more. David. 144 Gamer. Robert. 144 Garrad, Sherri. 144 Garrett. Daryl. 132 Garrett. Tehrondra, 144 Garza, Anna. 132 Gates. Karen. 31.123 Gatlin. Dexter. 144 Gatlin. Lisa. 132 Gatlin. Tim. 132 Gavrock. Carmen. 144. 197 Gavrock. Gary. 123 Gawhk. Ed. 123 Gayden, Suellen. 144. 205 Gentry. Brad. 123 George. Greg. 96 George, Tommy. 123 Gerth. Becky, 133 Gerth. Glen, 96 Gertschen. Cindy. 28. 40. 144, 201 Gbeault. Lisa. 22. 123. 172 Gingery, Joel. 133. 202 Gingrich. Shawn. 144 Gipson. Robert. 133 Gladden. John. 96 Gladden. Jane. 144 Glover. Terry. 144 Gover. Wendy. 144 Godin, Tammi, 94 Goodwin. Michele. 133 Graham. JoAnn, 144 Grandberry, McKinley. 190. 191 Grannls. Robert. 144 Graves. William, 96 Gray. Bob. 133 Gay. Tina. 95 Green. Jeff. 97. 155 Geenburg. Kevin. 97, 177 Greenhaw. Bobbie. 144 Geer. Becky. 21. 144 Gregory. Angie. 22. 23. 28. 68. 70. 74. 81. 95. 154, 157 Griffith. Lisa. 144 Griffith. William. 23. 78.97. 159 Grimmltt. Dawn. 18. 22. 23. 32. 68. 71. 73. 95. 154, 157 Gross. Mark. 133 Goss. Mike. 97 Guetterman, Kathy. 144. 205 Guetterman. Peggy. 81. 95 Gwln. Andy. 123 H Haddock. Adrienne. 30. 123. 159 Hager. Lee. 29.31, 123 Halbrook. Cynthia. 46. 123 Hale. Beth. 144. 205 Hale. Carl. 144. 188 Hale. Louis. 123 Hale. Roy. 123 Hale. Tommy. 97 Haley. Angie. 123. 208.211 Hall. Michele. 144 Hall. Susie. 95. 154. 157 Halliburton. Joetta, 133 Hamilton. Edwin. 133 Hamilton. Joe. 123 Hampton. Jerry, 144 Hance. Karen. 144 Hance Keith, 123 Hancock, Cynthia. 133 Hancock. JoAnn. 144 Hanna. Gary. 133 Hansgen. Susie. 144 Hardaway. Matthew. 144. 196 Hardee. Kim. 133. 200. 207 Harkness. Lavonda. 70. 123, 165 Harkness. Melinda. 144. 197. 205 Harkness. Sherry. 133 Harkness. William. 97 Harmon. Maurice. 35. 37. 73. 78. 82 98 155. 158. 185.206 Harrell, Billy. 133 Harrell. Wendy. 24. 25. 28. 68. 70. 71. 73. 81.95. 155. 157.161.174 Harris. Annette. 133 Harris. Cassandra. 29. 31. 123 Harris. Cheryl. 69. 70. 75. 82. 96. 155. 156. 172.211 Harris. David, 144 Harris. Dawn. 133 Harris. Denise. 96 Harris. Donna. 144 Harris. Jarrod.46. 133.206 Harris. Jeannette. 133 Harris. Lori. 70. 73. 96 Harris. Mark. 133 Harris. Melinda. 28. 29. 31.32. 34. 35. 69. 96. 155. 156. 174 Harris. Pamela. 96. 155. 157 Harris, Pamela. 133 Harris. Reggie 70. 170 Harris. Rhonda. 133 Harris. Steve. 123 Harrison. Angie. 22. 123. Hartley. Beth. 133. 207.208 Hartley. Mark. 82. 98. 166. 177. 210 Harvey. David, 28. 46. 144 Harvey. Yvette. 28. 123 Hassen. Tina, 133 Hastings. Kristy. 144 Hasty. Emily. 21. 47. 96. 155.157 Hatcher, James. 133 Hathcock, Sandy. 97 Hathcock. Vicky. 133, 168 Havlland. Mark. 144 Hawkins. David. 133 Hawkins. Jackie. 97 Haynes. Clint, 133 Hazlett. Tom. 123 Heald. Bill. 115 Healy, Mary. 123. 171 Hcathcock. Melanie. 144 Helmbrecht, Susan. 123 Henderson, Darryl. 133 Herrera, Lolita. 144 Hill. Dawn. 123 Hill. Michelle. 144.201 Hill. Rebecca. 97 Hill. Tim. 35.123 Hill. Tony. 133 Hill. Tressy. 133 Hines. James. 46. 123 Hines. Janice. 123 Htssong. Debbie. 144 Htssong. Mike. 72. 82. 98. 202 Hivner. James. 133, 202 Hlvner, Richard. 123 Hobbs. Jill, 97 Hogan. Angie. 123,175 Hogen. Steve. 144, 196 Holcomb. Robin. 97 Holloway. Keith. 144 Holmes. Sandra. 133 Honeycutt. James. 123 Hood. Micheal. 144 Hooker. Becky. 133 Hopper. Kathy, 133 Horton. Ada. 97 House. Dennis. 82. 115. 190. 191 Housley, Dianna. 133 Houston, Arthur. 133 Houston, Jarvis. 133 Howard. David. 98 Howard. Jacqueline. 36. 37. 47 Howard. Wayne. 82. 98. 190 Hoxie. John. 133. 202 Hoxie. Steve. 144.202 Hubbard. Donna. 98. 154. 157 Huchel, Cheryl. 123 Huckabee, Barbara. 98 Huckabee. Darlcen. 123 Hudson. David. 35. 123 Hughes. James. 82. 98. 184. 202 Hughes. Penny. 98 Hughes. Roger. 144 Hughes. Sandra. 133 Hughes. Timothy. 98. 133 Hulley. Gladys. 24. 25. 70. 74. 98. 157. 160. 161. 174 Hulsey. John. 144 Hultz. Debbie. 144.205 Hultz. Teresa. 133. 193. 204.205, 213 Humphrey. James. 133 Humphrey. Theresa. 22. 23. 78. 81. 85. 98. 154, 157 Hunt. David. 22. 23. 35. 75. 79. 81. 82. 98. 154. 157. 161.202. 206. 207 Hunt. Derrick. 46. 123 Hunter. Mark. 144 Hurd. Antoinette, 98 Hurd. Maurice. 133 I Irving. Sandy. 133 J Jackson, Charles. 133 Jackson, Donny, 99 Jackson. Jeanette, 123 Jackson. Marie. 133 Jackson. Missy. 133 Jager, Michele. 144 James. Bobby. 123 James. David, 144 James. Derrick. 171 Jarrell. Pamela. 133 Jefferson. Jimmy. 169 Jenkins. JoAnne. 99 Jenkins. Portia. 133 Jenkins. Shay. 123 Johnson. Bruce, 134 Johnson. Cheryln, 37. 123 Johnson, Dan. 28. 46. 124 Johnson, Donna. 144 Johnson, Donna. 47, 144 Johnson. Herman. 115 Johnson, Lynda. 29. 124 Johnson. Renee. 124 Johnson. Susie, 32. 70. 124, 168 Johnson. Vickie. 29. 104. 124. 193. 211 Jones. Alfred. 99. 104 Jones. Amy. 134 Jones. Barbara. 30. 99. 155. 171 Jones. Betty. 99 Jones. Brian. 145 Jones. Brooke, 37. 134 Jones. Carla. 145 Jones. Carolyn, 48. 124 Jones. Gnger, 99. 176 Jones. Gwendolyn. 145. 208 Jones. Kelsey. 188 Jones. Kelvin. 145, 188 Jones. Larry, 196 Jones. Malcolm. 46. 79. 82. 190. 210 Jones, Marcel. 145. 188. 190 Jones. Melanie. 18. 145 Jones. Melvin. 124 Jones. Paticia. 145 Jones. Richard. 46. 124. 171. 206 Jordan. Rocky. 145 Joyner. Dena. 134 Joyner. Mike. 145 Juneau. Kim. 134 K ampstra. Denise. 145, 205 Karsko, Wanda. 134 Keileher. Glenn. 134 Kelley. Willie. 134 Kennedy. Dawn, 145 Kenny. Mary. 124 Kenny. Paul. 145. 202 Kenny. Regina. 115 Kent. Anita. 134 Kent. Barbara. 145 Kesler. Lisa. 145 Kid well. Bruce. 145 index 259Ktestier. Melissa. 99 Klllbreath. Wendy. 99 Kimbel. Kenneth. 145 King. Jeff. 145 King. Lisa. 81. 100. 155. 157 Kinney. Steven, 99. 156, 177 Ktsner. Patty. 46. 100 Klinkefus, Julie, 145 Klinkefus. Scott, 124 Knevltt, Kathleen. 134 Knight. Wendy. 145 Knox. Sheri. 81. 100.155.157 Koertel. Michelle. 124 Krause. Michael. 73. 99 Kuetder. Teresa. 145 Krause. Michael. 73. 99 Kuykendall. Trena. 134 L LaBonte. Michael, 21. 24. 28. 124 Lackey. Donna. 145 Lacy. Donna. 134 LaForce, Laura. 134 Laird. Johnny. 124 Laird, Tammy, 100 Laird. Tlmmv. 145. 188 Laird. Toni. 145 Lamont. Robin, 145. 168 Lampen, Diane, 124 Landry. Paul. 145 Langlais. Danielle, 145 Lane. Donny. 70. 124. 156. 177. 202 Lane. Douglas. 48. 70. 99 Lane. Teresa. 47. 124, 178 Lane. Wesley. 134 Largue. Jimmy, 145 Laughter, Robert, 145 Lawrence. Rhonda. 82, 100, 155. 157, 204 Lawrence. Sean. 124 Lawson. Julie. 74. 82. 100. 157. 193, 194, 204.211 Lawson. Mitch, 145, 202 LeBlanc. Tim. 35. 37. 69. 70. 71. 77. 81. 83. 99. 155. 160. 161. 185. 206 Lee. Frank. 145. 188. 202 Leech. Janet. 79. 37. 83. 101. 157. 166. 199 Leech. Sharon. 145 Lemmon. Jeff. 134 Leonard. Traci, 32. 70. 124. 163 Lepard. Sammy. 100 Lewellyn. Debra. 101 Lewis. Billy. 145 Lewis. Dawn. 134 Lewis. Dwayne. 145 Lewis. Sarah. 24.79. 101 Levey. Terri. 101 Lleschwager, Duane. 134 Lightfoot. Berl. 100 Lightfoot, James. 46, 124 Like. Donna. 124.207 Lindsey. Gina, 145 Lindsey. Larry. 145 Lindsey. Marla. 134 Livingston. Sandy. 134 Locke. Carol. 145 Locke. JiD. 145 Lockhart. Carl. 134 Lockhart. Carrolton. 134 Loeblein. Karl. 48. 100 Loflln. Greg. 145 Loflln. Tammie. 101 Logan. Jennifer. 134 Lombardo. John. 100 Lombardo, Raymond. 134 Long. David, 124 Long. David Eugene, 124. 177 Long, Paul. 145 Lonlcr, Bobby, 124 Lonier, Pam. 145, 208 Lope . Angela. 101, 165 Lopez. Lori. 134 Louis. Andree. 134 Lucko, Roy. 145 Lucas. Paul. 134 Lyell. Keith. 145 Lyell. George. 145 Lyell. Rena. 102. 175. 160 M Mabayan. Carol. 134 Mabayan. Helen. 23. 78. 102. 155. 157 Mace. Sheila. 134 Macneill, Steve. 100 MacRee. David. 134 MacSaveny. Mary. 44. 47. 124.178 Maddox, Buddy. 100 Magruder. Doug. 101 Magruder. Drew. 146 Mahannah, Joe. 101, 185 Maioriello. Lisa. 124 Malic. Thomas. 101 Mallory. Hazel. 124 Mallory. Lisa. 124 Malone. George. 101 Malone. Joy. 124. 193. 204 Malone, Phyllis. 146 Manley. Chris. 146 Manning. Michael. 46. 134 Manning. Rhonda. 140. 146, 201, 205 Manning. Vickie. 102 Marcy. Angela. 102 Marhevka, John. 113 Markevka. Rose. 134 Marshall. Alexander. 24. 28. 32. 37. 68. 74. 83. 101. 154.157.206 Marshall. Barbara. 134 Marshall. Becky. 124 Martin. Mike. 30. 44. 46. 68. 70. 101, 178 Martin. Ricky. 124 Martina. Lee Ann. 146 Martinez, David. 124 Martinez. Lonl 134, 202 Martinez. Mary. 134 Martinez. Tim. 134 Mason. Carolyn. 102 Massey. Andrea. 146, 197 Massey. Charles. 22. 23. 102. 154, 157 Massey. James. 124 Massey. Randy. 134 Massey, Sheila. 115 Master. Jean. 146 Mathis. Theresa. 124. 207. 208 Matthews. Carl. 102 Matthews. Kevin. 134 Matthews. Mike. 134, 202 Maxwell. William. 102. 157 May. Allen. 134.202 May. Bobby. 83. 102. 182. 202 Mayhugh, Harriet. 22. 124 Mayhugh. Laura. 146 Mayo. Jack. 18. 32. 83. 102. 154. 213 McBride. Terry. 102 McBride. Valorie. 124 McCaulley. Melissa 145 McClain. John. 145. 188 McClanahan. David, 145 McClarty. Karen. 78, 103 McCloskey, Donna. 145 McCloskey. Theresa. 124 McClure. Mitchell. 83. 102. 210 McCormick. Sallie. 44. 47. 70. 103. 178. 179 McCullough. Connie. 22. 23. 31. 34. 35. 68. 70. 71. 77. 83.103.166.179. 199 McCullough. Derwin. 124 McCullough. Larry. 124 McDaniel, Lisa. 134 McDaniel. Stephen McDaniel. William. 134, 190 McFarland. Stanley. 115, 155 McGill. John. 48.103 McGoff. Fred. 145 McGroom, Daryl. 124 McKee. Greg. 146 McKee. Sheri. 103 McMahan. James. 124 McSwain, Chris. 35. 124 McVay. Gerard. 44. 47. 69. 75. 103. 155. 157 Medearis, Jennifer. 146 Menees. Gary. 46. 124 Mercer. Reggie. 124 Mervlne. Stacey. 48 Middleton, Doris. 146 Middleton. Gloria. 124. 179 Middleton. Tony, 134 Middleton, Trent. 134 Milam. Steve. 48. 124 Miles. Morris. 124 Miller. Alondra. 124. 208 Miller, Angela, 124 Miller, Brenda, 146, 205 Miller. Bryan. 125 Miller. Daphne. 134 Miller. David. 103 Miller. Duma. 103 Miller. Duane. 146 Miller. Dwayne. 146 Miller. Jonna, 134 Miller. Lisa. 22. 125 Miller. Mark. 125 Miller. P J 134 Miller. Rebecca. 146 Miller, Timothy. 134 Millington, Lori. 146 Mills. Rodney. 21.44. 46. 134 Mtncey, Rubye. 18. 83. 103. 155. 207 Mitchell, David, 103 Mitchell. Janice. 146 Mitchell. Jerry. 188 Mitchell. Mike. 83.103,210 Mix, Margie. 70. 115. 176 Moitozo. Mike. 103 Molder, Tom. 125 Monasco. Johnny. 135 Montgomery. Ronnie, 104 Montgomery. Tina. 146 Moody. Brian, 104. 184 Moody. Pat. 104 Mooney. Laura. 28. 31. 34. 35. 69. 70. 71. 104. 155.167.172 Moore. Brian. 146. 202 Moore. Ondi. 125 Moore. David. 135 Moore. Diane, 125 Moore. Karen. 146 Moore. James. 135 Moore. John, 125 Moore. Malcolm. 146 Moore. Mary. 146 Moore. Myron. 125 Moore. Robert. 146. 188. 202 Moran. Gerald. 135 Morgan, Brent. 146 Morgan. Terry, 135 Morgan, Tracy. 125 Morris. Don. 146. 188. 196 Morrison. Joan. 125 Morrison. Margaret. 22. 23. 28. 69, 81.84. 104. 155.157,158 Morrison, Tim, 146 Morrow. Neil, 104 Morton. Allyson. 140. 146. 201 Moses. Cynthia. 135 Moss. Julius. 146 Mulart, John. 125 Murphy. Annette. 135 Murphy. Amelia. 29. 30. 81. 85. 104. 157 Murphy. Ken. 81. 85. 104. 155. 157 Murphy. Melody, 104 Murphy. Selma. 104 Murray. Richard. 135 Myers. Pam. 135 N Naccarto, Joseph. 146 Nail. Vickie. 135 Nalls. Frieda, 146 Nanny. Sammy. 125 Nash. Kenny, 125 Nellson. Carolyn. 146 Nelson, Anthony. 188 Nelson. Chuck, 125 Nelson. Diana, 104 Nelson. Greg. 46. 125 Nesbit, Debra. 146 Neville. Sonja, 135, 205 Newcomb, Bruce, 135 Newcomb. Tina. 105 Nichelson. Bart. 168. 135 Nichelson. Carol, 125 Nix. Beth. 146 Noble. James. 135 Norwood. Sharon. 18. 146 Novak, June, 105 Novak. Mary. 105 o Oakley. Lori. 105 O’Conner, Terry. 47. 179, 135 Odomes. Deborah. 105 Oglllvle. Grade, 154 Oglesby. Andy. 146 Oglesby. Dean. 146 Oliver. Jill. 135. 168. 202 Oldham. Wanda. 146 Olson. Laurie. 146 Onedera. Helen. 21 O'Rear. Lauia. 146 Orman. Kirk. 104. 154 Ortiz. Michelle. 105 Osburn. Thomas. 146 Oswald. Lisa, 135 Oswalt. Jeff. 22. 23. 74. 105 Overton. Michelle. 30, 106. 154 Owen. Kathy. 72. 78. 106.155. 167.172 Owens. Rebecca, 125 P Pack. Deborah. 135 Page. Charles. 135 Page. David. 46 Paige, Stephanie. 125 Palaclo. Dorothy. 146 Palmer. Pam. 106 Palmer. Steve. 105 Palyok. Raymond. 135 Pannell. Paul. 105 Pannell Randy. 135 Pannell. Kim. 106 Parham. Lamar, 135 Parham. Stephanie. 146 Parham. Lori. 146 Parish. Tracy 74. 83. 105. 179 Parker, Glenn. 125 Parker. John. 125 Parker. Lisa. 106. 155. 157 Parks. Ladrone. 135.200 Parks. Raynard, 116. 190 Parrish. Tom. 188 Parsons. Todd. 18. 125 Pasanen. Tina. 146 Partrick. Paul. 135 Patterson. Holley. 146 Payne. Jessie. 116 Peek. Vicky. 135 Peere. Joe. 135 Pennington. Joel. 146 Pennington. Katrina. 146 Pennington. Richard. 146 Penter. Debbie. 147 Percer, Scott. 72. 105. 185. 206 Perdue. Bridgette, 125 Perdue. Patti, 135 Perkins, Rhonda. 47. 106. 155 Perry. Beth. 31.47. 107 Perry. Eddy. 105 Perry. Kathy. 135 Perry. John. 125 Perry, Lee Ann. 125 Perry. Lisa. 21. 32. 147. 197 Perry. Sue Lynn. 30. 31. 44. 47. 68. 75 107. 155. 176. 179 Perry. Timothy. 147 Pete. Barbara. 135 Peters. Connie. 125 Peterson. Billy. 106 Peterson. Thomas. 125. 202 Phillips. Cynthia. 147 Phillips. James. 135 Phillips. Kenneth. 147. 196 Pickle. Tony. 147 Pierce. Doug. 147 Pierce. Kelly. 147. 201 Pierce. Kim. 107 Pierce, Tern, 107. 206 Pike. Jimmy. 147. 196 Pillsbury. Pat. 135 Pine. Dena. 147 Pine. Ruthie. 107. 155. 157 Pmlac, Barry. 30. 44. 46. 78. 106 Pinlac. Brian, 147 Pitsos. Alex. 83. 106. 177 Pitsos, Christine, 125 Plasky. Michael. 44. 46. 106 Plunk. Gre bry. 135 Poole. David. 135 . Poortvliet, Arlene. 107, 176 Pope. Michael. 135 Pope. Robert. 125 Porter. Becky. 46 Porterfield, John. 135 Prescott. Tommy. 125 Pressley. Rebecca. 147 Preston. Byron. 147 Preston. Cheryl. 81. 85. 108. 155 Preston. Darren. 135 Prewett. John. 147 Price. Cara. 108 Price. David. 147 Price, Tina, 125 Priest. Lori. 48. 135 Pruett. Bobby. 70. 106. 159 Pruett. John. 48. 125 Pruett. Tim. 135 Pugh. Melissa. 135 • Pugh. Randy. 135 Purinton. Kelly. 135 Purtle. Shannon 147.205 Pye. Patricia. 135 Pyland. Joseph. 135 Q Quick, Carl. 135 R Raburn. Brian. 147 Raburn. Ty. 125 Rager, Allen. 147 Rager, Sam, 48. 125 Raines. Amanda, 147 Ransom. Kim. 147. 197 Ransom. Mike. 147 Ransom. Travis. 18. 24. 25. 28. 31.32. 37 68.70, 83. 106. 179 Rather. Sam. 147 Rawls. Scott. 35. 107 Ray. Richard. 147 Ray. Steven. 202 Raymond. David. 125 Redick. Eric. 147 Reed. Cindy. 125 Reed. Elsie. 135 Reed. Howard. 147 Reed. Julie. 135 Reed, Kimberly. 135 Reed. Melody. 108 Reeder. Bobby. 107. 185 i1 Reeder. Randle. 36. 37. 107 260 indexf Reedy. Charles. 107. 164 Reisner. Holly. 147 Reisner. Mike. 125 Reveal. Kathy. 108 Reveal, Ronnie. 107 Reynolds, Mary. 136 Rhlnehart, Shawna. 125 Rhlnehart. Suzanne. 108 Rhoades. Mary. 136 Rice. David, 125 Rice. Kristina. 28, 136, 163 Rice, Paul, 125 Richard, Iris. 47. 108 Richard. Patricia. 109 Richardson. Sarena. 125 Ricks. Kevin, 136 Ricks. Kim, 147.205 Ridley. Matt. 136 Riepma, Dee Dee, 147 Rlepma, Lisa. 47, 109 Rill, Carmen. 125 Rill, Freddy. 147, 188 Rinehart. Michele. 109 Rlsby. Rodney. 147 Ritter. Cindy, 136 Rivera. Michele. 147 Rivera. Paul. 107 Rives. Rick. 147 Robbins, Ronald. 147 Roberson. Allen. 136 Roberson. Jennifer. 125 Roberts. Dede, 109 Roberts, Leigh, 136 Robison. Flo. 109 RodeU. Lynne. 21.28. 30. 70. 81. 85. 115. 174 RodeU. Robert. 30. 108 Roe, James. 136 Roe. Margo. 136 Roe. Peter. 32. 125 Roe, Robyn. 147 Roclke. Mary. 32 47. 136 Roelke. Sharon. 120. 125 Roemer. Henry. 147, 188 Rogers. Barbara. 109 Rogers. Jerry, 147 Rogers. Kim. 136 Rogers, Lori. 110 Rogers. Mike, 147 Rogers, Teresa. 110 Rogers. Tonya. 147 Ross. Debbie. 147 Ross. Marla. 147 Rowan. Anne, 125. 202 Rowan. Vicki, 125 Rowland. Gary. 136 Royal. Chervl. 125 Royal. Sharon. 147 Royston. James. 46. 125 Ruby. Janet. 110 Runlons. Kathy. 126, 199 Rush. Joycelyn. 136, 168, 179. 207 Russell. Brad. 147 Russell. Steve. 147 Russell. Susan. 136 Rutledge. Kenny. 147 s Sadler. Cleve. 108 Sampietro. Frank, 46. 126, 202 Sanders. Doyle. 136 Sanders. Jeffrey, 108 Sanders. Jon. 147. 202 Sanders. Lisa. 126 Santos. Robert. 147 Sartain. Denise. 148 Saucier, Tim, 148 Savage. Cheryl. 148 Sawyer. Roy, 136 Scanlon. Martin, 136 Scarbough. Mark. 188 Schloss. Sandra. 148 Schmall. Elizabeth. 136 Schmall. Robert, 108 Schoeppner. George. 126 Scoggins. Eric, 136 Scoggins. Steven. 108 Scot. Marilyn. 126 Scott. Tattha. 136 Scuderl. Gina. 126 Serna. Jackie, 148 Serna, Terri. 110 Shannon. Anderson. 148 Shannon. Lynn, 37.110 Shannon. Teresa. 36. 83. 110. 167. 179 Shearer. Sadonna. 126 Sheffield. Tim, 126 Shelton. Kimberly. 72. 83. 111. 204. 2111 Shepherd. Lisa, 136 Sherman. Veronica. 111 Sherrill. Angie, 129. 136. 208 Shernll, Sherry. 136 Shewmaker. Joel. 136 Shilling. Cliff, 148. 188 Shilling. Jeff. 116 Shipp. Eugene. 148 Shivers, Ron, 136 Short. Pan, 148 Short. Lisa. 136 Sigler. William, 32. 108. 154, 156. 164 Sim. Daniel, 126 Sim. Diana, 136 Stmklns. Jimmie, 148 Simmons. Susan. 126 Simpson. Kelly. 34. 35. 126. 163, 199 Sims. Lucretia. 136 Sims. Reginald. 70. 109. 171. 179. 190. 191.206 Singnano. Mike. 126 Slayton. Bobby. 126 Sledd. Carrie. 81. 84. 111. 154 Siedd. Frances. 136 Smallwood. Vicki. 136. 204. 205, 212 Smith. Alice. 148 Smith, Bonnie, 148 Smith. Brett. 148 Smith. Carrie. 136 Smith. Charles. 148. 164 Smith. Chnstene. 148 Smith. Crystal, 47. 148 Smith. Gegory, 126 Smith. Hazel. 47. 148 Smith. Jeff. 148 Smith, Jere. 126, 159 Smith. John. 148 Smith. Leslie. 109 Smith. Melissa, 148 Smith. Pam. 126 Smith. Preston. 109 Smith. Sheila. 136 Smith. Shern. 34. 35. 75. 111. 167. 172 Smith. Stanley. 70. 109, 164 Smith. Steve. 136 Smith. Tanya. 136 Smith. Teri, 136 Snell. James. 109 Sneller. Terry, 109 Snodgrass. Rhonda. 111 Souter. David. 148 Souter. Lisa. 111,211 Speck. Mickey. 79. 81. 83. 112. 155. 157. 207, 208 Speck. Sheryl. 18. 136 Spencer. Glenn. 83. 110. 121. 179. 190, 206 Spencer. Lynn. 35. 126 Spencer. Sherry. 126 Springfield. Bob. 22. 47. 126, 206 Stanfill, Dennis. 35. 37. 75. 83. 110. 185, 210. 202 Stanley. Joanna. 126 Stanley. Lisa. 22. 23. 79.83. 112.154. 157,208 Starr. Chert. 46. 148 Starr. Sandy. 47, 136 Stein. Shirley. 112. 204 Stephens, Joseph, 148 Stephenson, Michelle. 28, 148 Stephenson. Tammy. 148 Stevens. Robert. 148 Stevenson. Denise. 47. 78. 112. 172 Stewart. Marilyn. 148 Stewart. Rhonda. 112 Stickley. Donna. 136.200 Stickley. John. 164 Stiles. Brenda. 112. 175. 167 Stout. Brian. 148 Stowe. Laurie. 126 Strauss. Enk. 110. 155. 185 Streets. Debbie. 113 Streets. JoAnn. 136 Strong. Everett. 23. 30. 78. 110 Stroud. Amy. 148 Stroud. Ricky, 148 Stubblefield, Sandra. 136 Stubbs. Todd. 136 Sullivan. Coretha. 136 Sullivan, Donna. 126 Sullivan, Gloria, 113 Sutorus, Tim. 136 Suzore, Jerry. 74. 81. 85. 110. 155. 157. 185 Swanson. Jeff. 148 Sweeney, Jenny, 148, 197, 205 Swlckard. Billie Jean. 47. 113 Swickard, Robert. 148 Swift. Shaun. 126 Swihart, Cindy, 136 T Talada. Sean. 110 Talada. Yvonne. 126 Talbert. Stephanie, 136 Tapley, Bobby 126 Tapp. Theresa. 48. 137 Taylor. Anita. 44 Taylor. Barbara. 193 Taylor. Christy, 126 Taylor. Dan. 148. 202 Taylor. James. 78. Ill Taylor, Kenny, 148 Taylor. Nick. 137 Taylor. Roy. 148 Taylor. Shirley. 126. 171 Taylor. Steven. 148 Taylor. Vince. 72. 83. 111. 177. 185. 206. 208 Thomas. Edgar. 126 Thomas. John. 148 Thomas. Mary. 137 Thomas. Rocky. 48. 111 Thomas. Titus. 148 Thomas. Trina. 137 Thomas, Yvonne, 113 Thompson. Bruce. 137 Thompson. Karen. 46, 137 Thompson. Troy. 148. 196 Thompson. Wardell. 24. 111. 185. 206 Thompson. Wayne. 83. 111 Thorne. James. 23. 29. 111 Tilley. John, 137 Tillery. John. 148 Tillman, Tammy, 126 Tlmberlake, Jimmy. 18. 35. 68. 70. 71.81. 112.154. 157. 185 Timbs. Kathy. 148. 197 Timbs. Marian, 113 Timbs. Pam. 148. 197 Timbs. Sam. 137 Timmons. Rick. 126 Tipps. Dena. 126 Townsend. Teri. 148 Travis. Alyse, 113 Truesdale. Charles. 148 Trussell. Richard. 149 Tubbs. Tim. 149 Tuck. Tony. 202 Tullos. Michael. 126 Tumage. David. 137 Turnage. Karen. 47. 113. 155. 157 Turner. Daryl. 46. 137. 190 Turner. Lulu. 18. 120. 126 Turner. Gary. 137 Turner. Mike. 149 Turner. Teresa. 137 Turrell. Missy. 149 Turosky. Vickie. 126 Tuttle. Daphne, 149 Twigg. Mike. 149, 208 Tyler. Keith. 46. 112 U Underwood. Charlotte. 137 Underwood. Donna. 21. 70. 114. 155. 157. 165 V Vann. Tracy. 149, 197 Van Oostrom, Grant. 149. 188. 196 VanOostrom. Karen, 149 Van Tassell, Amanda. 137. 205, 212 Van Tassell. Raymond. 112 VanVIeet. Teresa. 137 Ventura. June, 149 Vincent. Deborah, 149 Vincent. Gregg. 112. 166 Vincent, Susan 126 Vincent, Tod. 137 Vinson. Michelle. 18. 47. 140. 149 w Wade. Tern. 114, 170 Waits. Bailey. 126 Wages. Dennis, 37. 112, 185 Walden. Renee. 22. 23. 78.81.85. 114. 155. 174 Walker. Clndi. 137 Walker. David. 149, 175 Walker. Greg 126 Walker. Jack. 137 Walker. Shawn. 149, 188 Walker. Willis. 149 Wallace. Kevin. 149 Wallace. Lennie. 149 Wallace. Robbie. 149 Wallace. Stephanie. 126 Walls. Karen. 126. 172 Walsh. Crystal.'149 Ward. Dayna. 114. 167 Ward. John. 112. 185 Ward. Kelly. 137,204.205 Ward. Nathan. 149 Ward. Sherri. 37. 72. 83. 114. 199 Ward. Teresa. 149 Ward. Vernon. 79. 113. 185. 206 Wardlow. Billy. 113 Waie. Talethia. 197 Warner. Linda. 37. 47. 137 Warner. Sandy. 149, 201 Watkins. Belinda. 137 Watson. Francie. 46 Watson. Jamie. 126 Watson. Linda. 126 Watt. Shelley. 114 Weakly. Samuel 126 Weaver. Rodney. 137 Webb. Todd. 126 Weekes. Danny. 126. 162 Weis. Tuesday. 149 Wells. Karen. 126 Wells. Mark. 202 Wells. Sharon. 137 Wells. Terri. 137. 149. 205 Werenskjold. Jon. 126. 212. 202 Westmoreland. Jay. 149. 188 Weston. Ron. 137 Wheat. Usa. 149 White. Beth. 137 White. Darryl. 149. 188 White. Lee. 126 White. Rebecca. 126, 175 Whitten. Zayne. 114. 155 Wilbanks. Mark. 127 Wilbourn, John. 46. 48. 113 Wilder. Lisa. 127. 193 Wiles. James. 21. 127 Wilkins. James. 149 Wilkins. Rusty. 18. 28. 140. 149. 188. 202 Williams. Bakaal. 137. 190 Williams. Cynthia. 137 Williams. Deborah. 137 Williams. Ernie. 149 Williams. Keith, 83. 113 Williams. Lisa. 193.211 Williams. Melissa. 137 Williams. Michael. 149. 1% Williams. Patricia, 127 Williams. Sherri. 114 Williamson, Judy. 127 Wilson. Connie. 127 Wilson, Gerthie. 193 Wilson. Jason. 21. 149 Wilson. Juana. 29. 69. 37. 114 Wilson. Lisa. 22. 23. 79.83.114. 193. 194 Wilson. Sheryl. 114 Witham. Mickle, 137 Wood. Kelly. 205.213 Wood. Ken. 137 Worth. Stacy. 137. 200 Wray. Donna, 114 Wray. Pam. 149 Wray. Walter. 149. 196 Wren. Tonya. 149 Wright. Kenny. 149. 188 Wright. Paul. 137 Wyatt. Charles. 149 Wyatt. James. 149 Wyatt. Sandy. 127 Y Yancey. Bonnie. 149 Young. Usa. 127 z Zanctti, Denise. 127. 207 Zanetti. Mike. 127 Zebergs. Gregg. 137 index 261262 closing♦EDITOR: Angie Gregory ASSISTANT EDITORS: Laina Bush Margaret Morrison SECTION EDITORS: Frechell Brown David Hunt Jill Butler Helen Mabayan Patty Danley Ed Massey Cheryl Durham Connie McCullough Bill Griffith Lisa Miller Dawn Grimmitt Lisa Stanley Angie Harrison Renee Walden Theresa Humphrey Lisa Wilson JUNIORS: Lindsey Bryant Harriet Mayhugh Doris Butt Lisa Gibeault PHOTOGRAPHERS: Bob Springfield Bill Brown Jeff Oswalt James Thorne


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