Millington High School - Trojan Yearbook (Millington, TN)
- Class of 1983
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Editor: Jill Butler
Assistant Editor: Lisa Gibeault
Assistant Editor: Doris Butt
Layout Editor: Lindsey Bryant
Copy Editor: Karen Walls
Typing Editor: Stephanie Braswell
Activities Editors: Valorie Eckhart Mary Ellerbrook
Clubs Editors: Art Carver Todd Parsons
Sports Editors: Cathy Carson Bob Springfield
Faculty Editor: Theresa Mathis
Senior Activities Editors: Angie Harrison Lisa Miller
Senior Class Editor: Harriet Mayhugh Junior Class Editor: Lulu Turner Sophomore Class Editor: Kaye Costello Freshman Class Editor: Rob Bryeans Reflections Editor: John Chambers Index Editor: Becky White
Photographers: Tim Dent
Staff: Vickey Blythe Robert Brown Pam Edmiston Elaine Emcrick Elizabeth Frawley Amy Jones Kristina Rice Cindy Swihart Jannct WalkerMillington Central High School Millington, Tennessee . Volume XXXVIII 1983
Editor Jill Butler
Assistant Editors Doris Butt Lisa Gibeaultopening 36 openingopeningopening 11Memories
In the future, vague blurs of sight and sound will be recalled of our high school years: going to a pep rally, getting together after a football game, cramming for a semester exam, slamming of locker doors as we rush haphazardly to class. All of these images and others will kaleidoscope in our minds to mingle with the precious remembrances of growing up, marrying, and becoming what we have always wished |to be. Because M.C.H.S. plays a large part in. helping us achieve these dreams, it wiil forever hold a dear place in our hearts, and the dreams will enable us to achieve the impossibleof MCHS
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16 activitiesStudent Council
The Student Council is responsible for keeping the faculty and students in touch so they can help each other and discuss any problems. The council also prepares the school for opening, organizes all elections, and helps to give Christmas baskets to needy families. This year’s Student Council should be commended for its hard work and effort.
Identification: I. President: Bcnji Amaba 2. Vice-president: Cassandra Harris 3. Secretary: Rebecca Autry 4. Treasurer: Wendy Durham 5. Senior Rep.: Trina Conley, Yvette Harvey, Rebecca Autry 6. Junior Rep.: Kevin Carr, Patricia Bartlett, Marc Diaz 7. Sophomore Rep.: Harold Baker, Cindy Gertschen, Rusty Wilkins 3. Freshman Rep.: Jennifer Trujillo, Rhonda Jordan, Amy Rogers 9. Back row: Jennifer Trujillo, Rebecca Autry, Kelly Crum, Wendy Durham, Benji Amaba, Kevin Carr, Marc Diaz, Rhonda Jordan, Rusty Wilkins, Harold Baker. Front row:
Patricia Bartlett, Erika Amaba, Yvette Harvey, Amy Rogers, Cindy Gertschen, Trina Conley, Cassandra Harris, Shawn Gingrich. 10. Sponsor: Mrs. Maples 11. Class Presidents: Wendy Durham, Kelly Crum, Shawn Gingrich, Erika Amaba.
18 activitiesQuill and Scroll
Principal’s Advisory Committee
Quill and Scroll is an organization for all those future writers and journalists.
It is an honorary organization of national merit whose members are chosen for their work on school publications.
The Epic magazine, the Newspaper, and the Yearbook are publications from which MCHS’s candidates are chosen. Mrs. Durham is the faculty sponsor.
Standing: Connie Wilson, Mike LaBonte, Lisa Miller, Harriet Mayhugh. Bob Springfield, Yvette Harvey, Tim Dent, Lindsey Bryant, Doris Butt, Jill Butler. Sitting: Angie Harrison, Lisa Gibeaull, Kaye Costello, Yvonne Talada. Not pictured: Leslie Ervin, Karen Walls.
The Principal's Advisory Committee is elected by the student body as a means of communicating with Mr.
Morton any ideas or problems encountered throughout the year. The committee is very necessary because it helps MCHS run smoothly and efficiently.
Standing: Eileen Amaba, Michelle Stevens, Rhonda Jordan, Cynthia Brooks, Shawn Gingrich, John Wilson, Tim Hill, David Harvey, Byron Bradford, Michelle Vinson, Cindy Gertschen. Seated: Mr. Morton. Not pictured: Wendy Durham, Benjie Amaba, Kelly Crum, Nancy Dobbs, Bakaal Williams.
activities 19Office Workers
This year’s office and attendance workers have had a lot of fun and have been really helpful at the same time. Running errands, answering telephones and generally being at the beck and call of Mrs. Harvell, Mrs. Garcia, and Mrs. Osteen, they have aided in the efficient running of the school.
20 activitiesLibrary Assistants
Millington has many workers who never receive the commendation they deserve. Teacher aides and library assistants are some of these. Grading papers, taking roll, and making sure books are returned to the library are not glamorous jobs, but they are very necessary for the school to work efficiently.
BPThe band is one of the integral parts of M.C.H.S. that raises our spirit and makes school a more enjoyable place to be. It performs annual spring and Christmas concerts, and visits feeder schools to show them what they can be a part of when they attend our school. The band also participates in the Community Day parades and two Christmas parades. With the addition of new uniforms, the band is really looking good.
Mr. McVay has great hopes for this year’s students. Fourteen are trying out for the All-West Senior High Band and ten are trying out for the Junior High All-West Band. He really wants some scholarships to be given to his promising players.
1. BAND OFFICERS — Standing: Manager — Kevin Braden; Librarians — Gary Menees and Teresa Lane; President — Teresa Lane; Vice President — Bob Springfield; Uniform Room
— Greg Nelson; Senior Class Rep. — Richard Jones; Managers
— Vanessa Christopher and Robert Grannis. Kneeling: Secretary Karen Thompson; Sophomore Class Rep. — David Harvey; Junior Class Rep. — Denise Bowers; Uniform Room — Cindy Halbrook; Manager — Scott Howard. 2. Flute section practices. 3. Percussions perform on stage. 4. Band Director — Mr. Trent McVay, Student Teacher — Mr. Tim Graham.
22 activities1. CLARINETS - Standing: Lisa Perry, Cindy Halbrook, Beth Hale, Chcri Starr, Richard Jones, Karen Thompson, Cindi Farmer. Kneeling:
Denise Fuselier, Andreas Lewis, Denise Bowers.
2. TRUMPETS — Standing: Walter Wray, Steve Brown, Scott Bearup, Dan Johnson, Terry Carter, Greg Nelson. Kneeling: Eric Moore, Minyon Brigham, Chuck Page. Brian Pinlac, David Harvey. 3. LOW BRASS — James Hines, Gary Mcnccs, Jerrad Harris. 4. SAXOPHONES — Standing: Francie Watson, Suellen Gayden,
James Royston, Thomas Clifton. 5. FLUTES — Kathryn Broyles, Mary Skulsky, Audra Freeman, Becky Greer, Tuesday Weis, Terry Dennis.
24 activities1. Drummers — Standing: Greg Plunk, Tony Rickie, Mike Dooley, Matt Ridley, Mike Anderson, Bob Springfield Kneeling: Mike Manning, Vincent Bowers, John Holderman.
2. Field Commander: Teresa Lane. 3. Majorettes: Mary Roelke, Linda Warner. 4. Marching band strives for perfection. 5. Teresa Land conducts band. 6. Flag Girls — Standing:Vicki Nail, Tara Betton, Lisa Cooper, Donna Johnson, Danielle, Langiois, Lynn Best, Dicdre Riepma. Tammie Hoswell, Amy Parham, Billie Jo Hummel. Kneeling: Tamara Copeland, Vicki Rowan, Michelle Vinson, Mctca Smith, Hazel Smith, Virginia Taylor, Maureen Patterson, Karen Blaydes.
activities 25The MCHS Choir
The Choral Department of MCHS is comprised of two general music classes, a girls' chorus and beginning theory, and two performing groups — concert choir and gospel choir. Every year the department presents a Christmas concert, a Spring concert, and performs for many community programs such as the Millington Community Day, Senior Citizen meetings, athletic events, the talent show, and graduation. However, they individually participate in the all West Tennessee Choir, all State Choir and as a group participate in the West Tennessee Ensemble and Choral Festivals. True competition leads to a heightened degree of interest for the fine arts. Without such interest, the choral department wouldn't be the great success it is.
CONCERT CHOIR — 1st row: Constance Peters, Donna Sullivan, Cathy Friend, Denise Kellett, Adrienne Haddock, Joetta Halliburton, Christie Taylor. 2nd row: Judy Dawson, Barbara Pcete, Kelly Purinton, Deborah Williams, Annette Murphy, Kris Beasley, Vcnessa Christopher, Lloyd Bryant, Sonya Brown. 3rd row: Charles Dawson, Andy Gwin, John Fernandez, Mike LaBonte, Allen Copeland, Terry Carter, Steve Taylor, Bennie Copeland, Greg Smith, Jay Wilson, John Chambers, Eric Churchwell, Scott Blankenbeckler, Ronnie O’Roarke.
GOSPEL CHOIR — 1st row: Lisa Reeder, Joyce Burnett, Cherilyn Johnson, Joyce Rush, Andre Lewis, Tanza Vinson, Sheila Branch, Linda Bowman, Joetta Halliburton, Donna Goss, Lloyd Bryant, Tamra Copeland, Tara Phillips, Donna Curry, Ernestine Alexander, Christie Taylor. 2nd row: Rosalind Knight, Portia Jenkins, Lisa Banks, Constance Peters, Zipporah Bowles, Michelle Vinson, Donna Sullivan, Venessa Christopher, Cynthia Brooks, Robbie Peete, Teresa Moss, Sonya Brown, Carolyn Jones. 3rd row: Mike LaBonte, Steve Taylor, Gregg Smith, Derrick Hunt, Melvin Jones, Andy Gwin, Arthur Houston.
26 activitiesTop left: Practice makes perfect. Top right: The concert choir just can’t be beat.
Middle: GIRLS’ CHOIR — 3rd row: Debbie Ross, Connie Peters, Gina Wren, Chcri Boucher, Ladrone Parks, Kimberly Ransomc, Susie Roberts, Karen Poortfleit, Shelley Carson, Lynette Bazar. Becky Lavender. 2nd row: Christy Alderson, Melissa Ervin, Jannettc Harris, Adrienne Stanley, Ernestine Alexander, Tabitha Scott, Donna Hemmings, Lisa Yound, Mary McSaveny, Sandra Tate. Faye Griggs. 1st row: Sheila Branch. Lucretia Taylor, Kathleen Knevitt, Danya Lorimer, Melanie Cochran, Tanza Vinson, Tara Phillips, Cynthia Brooks, Barbara Taylor, Trina Thomas, Rosalind Knight, Lisa Short. Bottom: GENERAL CHOIR —
4th row: Arthur Houston, Barry Williams, Rodney Curry, Chester Anderson, Curtis Hopper, Tim Hill, Maurice Douglas, Louis Moore, Anderson Shannon, Patrick Douglas, Anthony Bounds, Tommy Peterson, Phil Brandis, Mike Archer, James Honeycutt, James Brady, Terry Morgan, Darryl Exum, Trent Middleton, Leroy Broadway, Jarvis Houston, Anthony Nelson, Tyrone Gardner. 3rd row: Linda Bowman, Patty Marlow, Amber Adkins, Regina Dickerson, Valerie Bland, Joy Malone, Donna Like, JoAnn Stanley, Becky Raymon, Marquita Alexander, Sonya Sanford, Doris Butt, Tamara Copeland, Lisa Reeder. Teresa Moss, Stephanie Branch 2nd row: Donna Goss. Phyllis Embry, Carey Smith, Donna Lackey, Tina Hodges, JoAnna Stanley, Charlotte Ekstrand, Christina Bowers. Karen Capuson, Anna Reynante, Missy Reed, Mary Thomas. Teresa Allen, Carol Mabayan, Donna Curry, Annette Harris, Joyce Burnette. 1st row: Tracy Blevins, Ruth Erwin, Dorothy Palacio, Judy Ballard, Tressie Hill, Darla Allen, Lucrctria Taylor, Sheila Branch, Annie Martin, Naomi Sisk, Cynthia Hancock, Lisa Pittman, Carol Schcllangc, Bernadette Sims, Cynthia Phillips,
activities 27Children’s Theater
“Look, Hansel, it’s covered with little cakes and candy! And see the ginger cookie fence ... it’s like fairy food!” Anyone who saw the play Hansel and Gretel would remember these words. They brought forth delighted laughter from children and adults alike. The entire play was fun from the introduction by Raggedy Ann and Andy, Angie Hogan and John Chambers, to Cassandra Harris’ perfect wicked witch (no slur intended!) Tim Barnes’ Hansel and Jere Smith’s Gretel were also very convincing. The director, Cheryl Shull, deserves a great deal of praise.
Top left: CAST — Tim Barnes, James Honeycutt, Jay Wilson, Addrienne Haddock. Doris Butt. Benny Copeland, Casandra Harris, Keith Knox. John Chambers, Wendy Durham, Jere Smith, Sandy Wyatt. Angie Hogan, Serena Kay Richardson, Amy Jones, Blake Brown. Top right: Tim Barnes and Jere Smith as Hansel and Gretel. Middle left: Angie Hogan and John Chambers as Raggedy Ann and Andy. Middle right. Backstage Crew: John Chambers. Kenny Taylor, Tim Davenport, Doug Johnson. John Hawkins, James Lightfool, Richard Murraay. Bottom: Jay Wilson, Serrena Kay Richardson and Blake Brown as gingerbread people.
28 activitiesSenior Play
“No Time for Sergeants”
Preacher... Andy Gwin Will Stockdale.. . John Chambers Pa Stockdale ... Bennie Copeland Draft Man ... James Honeycutt Bus Driver. .. Burke Creecy Irvin Blanchard ... Eric Churchwell Rosabelle ... Sandy Wyatt Inductees... Lee Hager James Wiles Tommy Peterson John Perry Trina Conley Valorie Eckhart Cindy Halbrook Mary Ellerbrook Karen Walls Ben Whitledge ... Steve Noakes Sergeant King... Art Carver A Captain ... Cindi Moore
A Nurse... Rebecca Autry
First Classification Corporal. .. Lulu Turner
Second Classification Corporal... Sarena Richardson
Third Classification Corporal... Mary Kenny
A Lieutenant... Sandy Wyatt
A Psychiatrist... Lisa Gibeault
Cigarette Girl.. . LaVonda Harkness
An Infantryman .. . Rob Bryeans
Air Force Policeman ... Cheryl Colter
A Colonel... Wendy Durham
Lt. Bridges (Pilor)... Benji Amaba
Lt. Gardella (Co-Pilot) . . . Andy Gwin
Lt. Kendall (Engineer). .. Jill Butler
Lt. Cover (Navigator)... Rebecca Autry
General Bush ... Doris Butt
General Pollard ... Angie Harrison
A Senator... Bennie Copeland
Aide to General Pollard ... Theresa Mathis
Lt. Abel... Teresa Lane
Capt. Charles ... Gary Mcnees
EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS ... Mrs. Pat Boswell and Mrs. Merrcl Durham STUDENT DIRECTOR ... Adrienne Haddock
activities 29I. Senior Sponsor Chairman, Mrs. Moore. 2. Student Director. 3. Will Stockdale. 4. Executive Directors. 5. Irvin Blanchard, Ben Whitledge, Sergeant King. 6. Pa Stockdale, Preacher, Draft Man, Bus Driver. 7. A Psychiatrist, First Corporal, Third Corporal, Second Corporal.
30 activities1. Inductees. 2. Lt. Bridges, Lt. Cover, Lt. Kendall, Lt. Gardclla. 3. Lt. Abel, General Bush, Capt. Charles, General Pollard, Lt. Baker. 4. An Infantryman, A Colonel, A lieutenant, A Senator. 5. A Cigarette Girl, Aide to Gen. Pollard, Air Force Policeman, Rosabcllc, A Nurse. 6. Light Crew: James Honeycutt, Kenny Arthur. 7. Back Stage Crew: Front: David Hawkins, John Chambers, John Werenksjold. Middle: Rob Bryeans, Tommy Peterson, John Perry. Back: James Honeycutt, James McMahan, Andy Gwin.
Navy Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps, better known as NJROTC, is a group that dedicates itself to promoting patriotism and greater individual discipline. With these ideas in mind, the cadets take part in the Veteran’s, the Community Day, and the Christmas Parades. They give new American flags to each classroom, and at Christmas time they become Salvation Army Bell Ringers to raise money for charity. As a part of their discipline and showmanship, the cadets present colors and are Honor Guards. They also participate in Drill Meets; The Male Drill Team placed fourth at Craigmont.
Besides performing these necessary services for the school and community, NJROTC enjoys many activities, beginning with the Welcome Aboard for New Cadets. There is a family night for the cadet’s parents, and other parties throughout the year. The Corp truly establishes a well-balanced degree of duty, responsibility, and fun.
Top: Chief Butt and Captain Bruen. Middle left: Color Guard, CPO Tim Pruett officer in charge. Middle right: A poster used to train. Bottom left: The NJROTC emblem. Bottom right: Cadets listening quietly as Chief Butt explains a principle.
32 activitiesTop left: Staff NJROTC unit; Cadet Leader — Carolyn Jones. Top right: Cadet studies drill procedures. Middle left: ROTC present flags at Winter Festival. Middle right: Male Drill Team, Cadet LTjg Steve Milam — Officer in charge. Bottom: Female Drill Team; Cadet LTjg Cynthia Brooks — Officer in charge.
activities 33Top left: ROTC cadets present flags at Homecoming. Top right: 1st period, 1st year cadets. Middle left: 4th period, 1st year cadets. Middle right: ROTC performs at Community Day parade. Bottom left: A visiting officer inspects a cadet. Bottom right: 5th period, 1st year cadets.
Top left: 2nd year cadets; Cadet LTjg Jarrod Harris, P.C. Top right: ROTC performs in Christmas Day Parade. Middle left: 3rd year cadets; Cadet LTjg Mike Manning, P C. Middle right: Cadets perform at inspection. Bottom left: Cadets stand at attention for inspection. Bottom right: 4th year cadets.
activities 35Homecoming 1982
"Somewhere Over the Rainbow" brings many a happy smile to those who went to Homecoming this year. Our theme fit for the bright, joyful occasion. In many ways Millington Central found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow . During halftime. Miss Kelly Simpson was crowned the 1982 Homecoming Queen by Miss Laura Mooney, last year’s queen. To top the evening off, the Homecoming dance was held in the transformed gym which glowed with brilliant rainbow colors. Couples swirled and music filled the air. Most people felt that holding the dance in the gym was a nice change from having it at the Baker Community Center.
Top-LtoR: 1982 HOMECOMING COURT — Holley Carter. Eileen Amaba. Sandy Warner. Mary Jane Chapman. Kelly Simpson. Wendy Durham. Donna Stickley. Teresa Cooper. Cindy Gertschen Top left:
Kelly Simpson and Laura Mooney Bottom left — 1. to R: FORMER HOMECOMING QUEENS — B'Lou Carter. Carol Harrison. Cheryl Thompson. Laura Mooney, Pat Lea. Terri Bcrnil. Bottom right: Kelly Simpson— 1982 Homecoming Queen.
36 activitiesKelly Simpson escorted by Jay Westmoreland Eileen Amaba escorted by Lynn Spencer and and Robert Fortune Bcnji Amaba
Donna Stickley escorted by Phil Beasley and Cindy Gertschen escorted by Rusty Wilkins Burke Creecy and T roy Thompson
Wendy Durham escorted by Steve Cox and John Chambers
Teresa Cooper escorted by Kelly Crum and Kevin Carr
Sandy Warner escorted by Joel Gingery and John Werenskjold
activities 37Winter Festival
Winter Festival was sponsored by the Pep Club. It was memorable occasion for Ladronne Parks, this year’s queen. The court was presented between the girls’ and boys’ basketball games against Kingsbury. The crowning moment followed a brief ceremony in which the MCHS band performed.
Above is a picture of the 1983 Winter Festival court: Top: Darla Ballard, Rebecca Autry, Queen Ladronne Parks, Michelle Stephens, Constance Peters. Bottom: Kim Pierce, Linda Warner, Jannet Walker, and Lisa Kcsler. Center: the MCHS vs. Kingsbury game. Bottom: Our Winter Festival queen being crowned by last year’s queen, Jackie Howard.
38 activitiesRebecca Autry Darla Ballard
escorted by escorted by
Chris Carr David Hudson
Ladronne Parks escorted by Chris Burse
Connie Peters escorted by Robert Brown
Michelle Stevens escorted by Bob Springfield
Jannet Walker escorted by Cliff Johnson
Lisa Kesler escorted by Troy Thompson
Kelly Pierce escorted by Rusty Wilkins
Linda Warner escorted by Kevin Carr
Top: Millington Player sboots for a victory. Bottom: Millington player overcomes opposing team’s defense and shoots for winning points.
activities 39Y earbook Staff
When the Yearbook staff first met,
each of us was unsure of the
responsibilities of putting out a real
book that would include everyone and
everything involved with M.C.H.S. We
were hesitant of our duties, but as the
year progressed so did our enthusiasm
and urgency increase. Deadlines came
one after the other. People became
frantic over unfinished pages and
unwritten copy until the day arrived
when the book was complete. Like
proud parents, we anxiously awaited its
arrival from the publishers hoping that
the student body would be as proud of
the book as we were to create it.
Top left: PHOTOGRAPHERS — Yvonne Talada, Tim Dent. Top right: Senior staff workers discuss plans for a page Middle left: Editor and sponsor give assistance. Middle right: Junior staff workers push for a deadline.
1st row: Cathy Carson, Valoric Eckhart, Karen Walls, Tim Dent, Bob Springfield, Kristina Rice, Angie Harrison, Lisa Miller. 2nd row: Jill Butler. Lisa Gibeault, Mary Ellcrbrook, Cindy Swinhart, Becky White. 3rd row: Amy Jones, Jannct Walker, Stephanie Braswell, Lindsey Bryant, Pam Edmiston. 4th row: Elaine Emerick, Kaye Costello, Robert Brown, Elizabeth Frawley. 5th row: Doris Butt, Harriet Mayhugh, Art Carver. 6th row: Vickie Blythe, Rob Bryeans, Todd Parsons, John Chambers, Lulu Turner, Theresa Mathis.
40 activitiesTop left: Editor — Jill Butler and Sponsor — Mrs. Burk. Top right: Assistant Editors — Doris Butt and Lisa Gibeault. Middle: SECTION EDITORS — Standing: Todd Parsons. Harriet Mayhugh, Theresa Mathis, Lulu Turner, Angie Harrison, Lisa Miller, Valorie Eckhart, Rob Brycans, Mary Ellcrbrook, and Art Carver. Kneeling: John Chambers, Stephanie Braswell, Becky White, Kaye Costello, Cathy Carson, and Bob Springfield. Bottom left: Layout Editor — Lindsey Bryant and Copy Editor — Karen Walls. Art, Lisa, and Mary discuss a layout.
Top, Staff: Standing: Connie Wilson, Valarie McBride, Carol DePoorter, Kenny Davis, Joe Hart, Shawn Gingrich, Theresa Ward, James Honeycutt. Sitting: Mike Labonte, Mrs. Dobbins. Yvette Harvey. Kneeling: Elaine Culver, Leslie Ervin.
Bottom left: Leslie Ervin and Valarie laughing about one of their stories Bottom right: Editors: Mike Labonte and Yvette Harvey.
The writers, photographers, and other workers of the paperstaff agree that putting out a montly paper, 8 editions each school year, is a hectic but wonderful thing to do. They feel that having to perform under pressure to meet deadlines has been a truly educational exprience. The staffs' major goal of this year is to buy a new typewriter as the other one is considered “deformed." With the money made from the sale of the newspaper, newspaper grams, and football programs, maybe their goal will be reached. Co-editors, Yvette Harvey and Mike Labonte, and Associate editor, Connie Wilson, have really done great jobs which could not have done without the invaluable help of Mrs. Dobbins.
1. Sponsor: Mrs. Dobbins. 2. Staff member discusses business with sponsor. 3. Hard at work on an important story. 4. SECTION EDITORS —Kenny Davis, Leslie Ervin, Connie Wilson, James Honeycutt. 5. Considering a possible story. 6. Photographer: Joe Hart.
activities 43The Epic magazine is a combination of art, literautre, and other creative ideas from Millington’s student body. The staff, responsible for coordinating these ideas, is primarily composed of Literary Guild members. With a great deal of energy, enthusiasm, and team work, these members make the magazine a literary and artistic expression of the great talent and professionalism found in our school.
Top: STAFF — Front row: Beth Hartley, Vickie Aiken, Karen Walls, Cynthia Hallbrook, Carol DcPoorter, Joyce Rush. Back row: Tim Hatcher, Cindy Swihart, Sheila Dillard, Vickie Blythe, Lisa Miller.
On Tuesday, February 8, forty-four MCHS students participated in the MCHS Mini-Wordsmith Tournament, a writing Olympics where students exercise their talent and imagination.
Two qualifying events were used to select local winners: the 40-Word Dash, a ten minute observation writing skill, and a 120-Word Dash, a thirty minute persuasion writing skill.
The top eight winners, selected by points earned in the preliminary contest, will compete in a county-wide Wordsmith Tournament on Saturday, March 5, at MSU.
The participants at MSU were Patty Chambers, Annie Martin, Renee Haile, Kathryn Broyles, Daren Preston, Eileen Amaba, Rob Bryeans, and Michael LaBonte.
40- Word Dash Ninth Grade 120- Word Dash
Annie Martin 1st place Patty Chambers
Arthur Wistock 2nd place Tracy Wiley
Erika Amaba Rhonda Jordan 3rd place Tenth Grade Annie Martin
Kathryn Broyles 1st place Renee Haile
Shawn Gingrich 2nd place Shawn Gingrich
Billie Cain Kathryn Broyles
Kathy Guetterman Billie Cain
Scot Bearup 3rd place Eleventh Grade Sucllen Gagdcn
Eileen Amaba 1st place Darren Preston
Missy Jackson 2nd pa Ice Kim Juneau
Cindy Swihart 3rd place Twelfth Grade Eileen Amaba
Adrienne Haddock 1st place Rob Bryeans
Michael LaBonte 2nd place Yvette Harvey
Rob Bryeans 3rd place Michael LaBonteARETE
ARETE is an honorary organization composed of students who have earned scholastic letters. The club
does not meet. Members are
inducted automatically with
the earning of the letter. SENIORS — Top: Standing: Darla Ballard, Cindi Moore, Benji Amaba, Art Carver. Mike LaBonte, Vickie Johnson, Linda Johnson, James McMahan. Yvonne Talada, Lisa Gibeault, Valorie Eckhart, Mary Ellcrbrook, Daniel Sim. Sitting: Sharon Roclkc, Cathy Carson, Lisa Williams, Kelly Simpson, Connie Wilson, Angie Harrison, Lisa Miller Kneeling:
Doris Butt, Wendy Durham, Dena Ayala, Yvette Harvey. JUNIORS - Middle: Standing: Cindy Swihart, Carol Mabayan, Kim Juneau, Amy Jones, Cindy Ritter, Theresa Cooper, Eileen Amaba.
Carla Albert, Kris Beasley, Kevin Carr, Marc Diaz, Joel Gingery,
Cheryl Speck. Sitting: Kelly Crum, Vickie Sledd, Linda Warner,
Lynne Frawley, Kim Hardee,
Elizabeth Frawley, Kristina Rice,
Mary Roclkc, Jimmy Hivner.
Kneeling: Diana Sim, Joyce Rush. SOPHOMORES — Bottom.
Standing: Carmen Gayrock,
Tammy DeMarigny, Terri Wells,
Scott Bearup, Brian Moore, Terry Carter, David Price, Jay Wilson.
Sitting: Beth Hale, Sucllen Gaydcn, Eleanor Acosta, Lisa Perry, Carol DcPoortcr, Becky Greer, Michelle Hardee Kneeling:
Kathy Gucttcrman. David Harvey,
activities 45The talent show, sponsored by the yearbook staff, was memorable this year for its variety of entertainment. It was an enjoyable evening M.C.’ed by Mr. McVay and judged by Mr. Greg Bacon, Dr. Edwin Ray, Ms. Sandra Buchanan, Mrs. Phil Lackey, and Mrs. Deborah Lockhart. While the judges made their difficult choices for the winners, the Soul Stirrers and the Popateers performed. The contestants were especially nervous during this time because overall winners were to be invited to the Mid-South Fair Talent Contest. Everett Strong was a unanimous choice of the judges with his vocal solo, “On Broadway,” followed by Michelle Overton selected most talented with her classical piano piece; Sue Lynn Perry, solo winner, singing “Only You"; Gerard McVay and Mike Martin, most unique talent, with their instrumental “Naina”; the Soul Stirrers, Vernon Ward, Everett Strong, Ken Cody, and Jimmy Timberlake, the group winner, with their medley of gospel songs; Ladrone Parks, most ingenious talent. Jazz dancing; and the Sweet Adelines, Kathy Friend, Helen Mabayan, Sue Lynn Perry, and Lulu Turner, singing “Who’s Sorry Now.” This song led to a special invitation to the Mid-South Talent Contest from Fair representative Mr. Bob Drewny. It was a night of winners, for the audience left having seen fantastic performances by all participants.
Identification: 1. Sue Lynn Perry. 2. Everett Strong. 3. Lulu Turner, kathy Friend, Helen Mabayan, Sue Lynn Perry. 4. Vernon Ward, Ken Cody, Jimmy Timberlake, Everett Strong. 5. Gerard McVay, Mike Martin. 6. Ladrone Parks. 7. Michelle Overton.
46 activitiesMiss Millington 1982
The M iss Millington Pageant, held annually in the Spring, is sponsored by the Band Booster Club to pay the band’s many expenses. Each girl entered must be between 15 and 21 years old and live in Millington or attend Millington High School. The judges for the pageant were chosen for previous experience with the show or for their experience in the fashion field. As the contestants displayed their casual and formal wear and answered a question in a personal interview, excitement mounted; and by the time the judges reached their decisions all the girls were tense. Finally, Jack Brown, the announcer, said, “The fourth runner-up ... Lisa Gibeault; third runner-up... Sue Lynn Perry; second runner-up... Janet Leech; first runner-up... Eileen Amaba; and the winner is... Kris Beasley!" A $100 savings bond went to Kris, and a $50 and $25 savings bond went to Eileen Amaba and Janet Leech.
The winner of the pageant appears in the Christmas and Community Day Parades and is a representative of Millington in all community events.
Top: Kris Beasley with her crown. Middle left: FIVE FINALISTS — Lisa Gibeault, Kris Beasley, Eileen Amaba, Sue Lynn Perry, Janet Leech. Middle right: Kris Beasley in her casual outfit. Bottom: ALL CONTESTANTS — Kim Hardee. Lisa Gibeault, Joni Gandy, Teresa Cooper. Holly Carter, Leslie Cambell, Doris Butt, Jill Butler, Cindy Brown. Kris Beasley, Eileen Amaba. Judy Williamson, Dayna Ward, Flo Robertson, Sue Lynn Perry, Terry O'Conner, Sally McCormick, Harriet Mayhugh, Sarah Lewis, Janet Leech, Patty Kishner.
Close-Up Club promotes student involvement in our political system and current events. They have fundraising events for trips. Lee Hager and Art Carver were representatives in the Memphis Mayorial race. Connie Eilson and Yvette Harvey represented Greece at the United Nations.
Right: Close-Up group. Bottom left: OFFICERS — Michael Johnston, Treasurer; Cathy Carson, Secretary; Lee Flagcr, V. President; Jannct Walker, President. Bottom right: Group attending National Close-Up in Washington, D.C. — Susie Johnson, Bart Nichelson,
Miss Krebs, Lee Hager, Toni Como, Karen Gates, Chris Pyland.
Optimist Club Winners
The following Millington Central High School students were honored during Youth Appreciation Week, which is sponsored by the Optimist Club. Most Improved Attitude — Kim Ransom and Grant VanOostrum, 10th grade; Mark Funderburk and Allen Roberson, 11th grade; Alcie Bland and Shaun Swift, 12th grade. Unsung Commendables — Alondra Miller and Richard Pennington, Cross Country; Michael Dooley and James Hines, Marching Band; Tawana Parham and Jerri Thien, Freshman Volleyball; Julie Baker and Stephine Poston, Junior Varsity Volleyball; Cynthia Brooks and Taumaoe Vanderhoef, Varsity Volleyball; Tom Campbell and Fred Johnson, Freshman Football; Chris Fears and Ken Campbell, Junior Varsity Football; Connie Wilson and Hank Hawkins, Varsity Football. Highest Academic Averages— David McGary, 97.66, 9th grade; Suzanne Hansgen, 99.20, 10th grade; Eileen A. Amaba, 98.6, 11th grade; Vicki Johnson, 98.75, 12th grade.
Top left: Michael LaBonte — 1st place Original Oratory, White Station; 2nd place, Treadwell; 1st place, Southaven; 1st place, Catholic High. Top middle: Jere Smith — 2nd place Prose, Southaven. Top right: James Honeycutt — 1st place Humorous, Southaven; 2nd place Humorous, Treadwell. Middle left: Jane Barnes — 2nd place Humorous, Southaven; 3rd place Duet Acting, Treadwell. Middle: Greg Nelson — American Legion Speech Contest; 1st place Radio Speaking, Southaven. Middle right:
Patty Chambers — 3rd place Original Oratory, White Station; 2nd place, Southaven. Bottom left: John Chambers and Tim Barnes — 2nd place Duct Acting, Southaven.
activities 49Top left: Doris Butt — VFW Speech Contest Winner. Top middle: Girls State — Wendy Durham and Angie Harrison. Top right: Boys’ State — Benjic Amaba and Byron Bradford. Upper middle left: Lisa Chase — 1st place Parliamentary Procedure; Lisa Miller — 3rd place Stenographic II; Vickie Johnson — 3rd place General Clerical I; Stephanie Braswell — TOEC Achievement “81-82”, 1st place Typing and Related I. Upper middle: Byron Bradford — Commercial Appeal prep player of the week, Tennessee Radio Network and U.S. Marine Corps player of the week in West Tennessee, Chevrolet player of the week in the state of Tennessee, Associated Press player of the week, 1st team All Metro, 2nd team All State, Who’s Who in High School Football, America’s Outstanding Names and Faces. Upper middle right: Shawn Gingrich — Hugh O’Brien Award Winner. Lower middle left: ROTARY CLUB ESSAY WINNERS — Suellen Gayden, Mike Hood, Byron Preston, Shawn Gingrich. Not Pictured: Jane Barnes. Lower middle: Darren Preston — Certificate of Merit, National Essay Press. Lower middle right: NCTE Nominees, Advhievements in Writing — Helen Onedera, Darren Preston, Cindy Swihart. Bottom right: NEMA AWARD NOMINEES — Mike Anderson, Andy Gwin, James McMahan, Mike LaBonte, Benjic Amaba, Adrienne Haddock, Karen Walls, Yvette Harvey, Wendy Durham, Lisa Gibeault, Darla McCarthy, Kelly Simpson, David Turnage, Darren Preston, Jimmy Hivner, Lisa Wilder, Patricia Bartlett, Theresa Turner, Kristina Rice, Helen Onedera, Cindy Swihart, Denise Bowers, Eileen Amaba, Elizabeth Frawley, Lynne Frawley, Caroline Anderson,
50 activitiesTop left: THE MCHS QUARTET — Bennie Copeland. Rob Brycans, Eric Churchwcll, Andy Gwin. Top right: All State Choir
— Adrienne Haddock and Andy Gwin. Upper middle left: ALL WEST CHOIR — Adrienne Haddock. Andy, Gwin, Christy Taylor. Upper middle: Mary Roelke — Twirling Honors — Senior Miss Advanced, Miss Mid-South Fair, Miss Harvest, Miss Springtime, State Twirling Champion. Upper middle right: Linda Warner — National Twirling and Fancy Strutting Champion. Lower middle left: Magic 101 Communicators — Richard Jones and Cassandra Harris. Lower middle right: All West Jr. High Band
— John King, Trombone, Red Band; Deanna Logan, Trumpet. Red Band Bottom left: ALL WEST SR. HIGH BAND — Karen Thompson, Alternate Clarinet, Red Band; Greg Nelson, Trumpet, Red Band; Lisa Perry, Clarinet, Red Band.
Editors Art Carver Todd ParsonsNational Honor Society
The National Honor Society is a club composed of people with a scholastic average of 90 made in a minimum of five semesters. They are dedicated to promoting leadership, scholarship, and character. This year’s officers are Mary Ellerbrook, President; Jill Butler, Vice-President; Sadonna Shearer, Secretary; and Lisa Williams, Treasurer. The club raises money for a service project to benefit the school or community and presents the Faye Osteen Attendance Award for each of the second through the fifth six-weeks to the homeroom in each grade with the best attendance record.
Mike Anderson Eva Axmin Jose Ramos
Robert Barrett Shawna Rhinehart
Paula Belk Kelly Simpson
Georgann Dickerson Vicky Smallwood
Harriett Mayhugh James Wiles
Darla McCarthy Sandra Wyatt
Carla Albert JUNIORS Audra Freeman
Roy Allen Richard Herold
Eileen Amaba Jimmy Hivner
Caroline Anderson Amy Jones
Ted Archdeacon Kim Juneau
Joe Baldwin Carol Mabayan
Patricia Bartlett David Moore
Kris Beasley Donna Murphy
Robert Brown Helen Onedera
Elsie Brumit Darren Preston
Kevin Carr Kristina Rice
Carla Church Margo Roe
Paul Colston Jocelyn Rush
Teresa Cooper Angie Sherrill
Kelly Crum Diana Sim
Teresa Dacus Frances Sledd
Yvette Davis Cindy Swihart
Tania Dedman Ben Tibbetts
Terri Dennis David Turnage
Marc Diaz Teresa Turner
Pamela Edmiston Jannet Walker
Elizabeth Frawley Mickie Witham
Daniel Sim Pam Smith
54 clubsLisa Williams Mary Allen
Doris Butt Chris Carr
Mr. Price Sponsor
clubs 55National 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. Officers: Bottom right: Benjie Amaba, Vice President; Cindi Moore, President; Vickie Johnson, Secretary; Carla Albert, Treasurer.
Carla Albert Eileen Amaba Michael Anderson Ted Archdeacon Kris Beasley Kevin Carr Carla Church Teresa Cooper Kelly Crum Teresa Dacus Tania Dedman Marc Diaz Elizabeth Frawley Lynne Frawley Jarrod Harris Jim Hivner Amy Jones Kim Juneau David Moore Helen Onedera Darren Preston Kristina Rice Margo Roe Joyce Rush Angie Sherrill Diana Sim Vickie Sledd Cindy Swihart David Turnage
clubs 57Pep Club
The purpose of the Pep Club is to promote school spirit. Members of the club have many duties. The club sponsors the Homecoming Dance in the Fall, and Winter Festival during the basketball season.
A group that is related to the Pep Club are the Trojanettes. They sell spirit ribbons before each football and basketball game.
Top: Group Picture. Middle left: Homecoming Theme. Middle right: OFFICERS — Treasurer — Carol DePoorter; Vice President — Angie Harrison; President — Lisa Gibcault. Not pictured: Secretary — Valoric Eckhart. Bottom right: Homecoming Dance.
$8 clubsTop: TROJANETTES — Left to right: L. Gibeault, J. Finder, D. Johnson, R. Kincaid, S. Leech, E. Emerick, A. Harrison. C. DePoortcr. Not pictured: V. Eckhart, S. Johnson, J. Abernathy. P. Chambers. Middle left: Mrs. Purdy, Club Sponsor. Lower left: Club Meeting. Middle right: Door decorating participant.
clubs 59Que pasa? A lot’s happening if you’re in the Spanish Club: French-Spanish dinners, Christmas carols, and spicy, delicious dishes.
To belong to the club, one must be enrolled in a Spanish class. jViva el espanol!
Top: Erika Amaba, Secretary; Alondra Miller, President; Audra Freeman, Vice-President; Robert Fortune. Not pictured: Treasurer. Middle: Club Photo Bottom left: Spanish Club discusses plans. Bottom right: Spanish Club member prepares refreshments.
60 clubsFrench Club
Ca va? How are you? The French Club is organized to promote a better understanding and enjoyment of French culture. While promoting this culture, the club members have a lot of fun going on field trips to a French restaurant and plays such as “The Little Prince,” Christmas caroling, and munching on different French foods such as escargot, cheese, crepes, and buche de Noel (Christmas cake). Most people say it’s a formidable (fantastic) way to enjoy a language!
Top: Last minute studying for a French exam Middle left: Making crepes during a club meeting. Middle right: OFFICERS — Kim Juneau, President: Lisa Perry, Vice-President; Kim Flardee, Treasurer; Sheryl Speck, Secretary; Mrs. Hurt, Sponsor. Bottom: Club Photo.
clubs 61Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta is an honorary organization for higher math students who maintain a B average or better. Members try to promote interest in math with the attitude that math can be fun and interesting if given a chance. Mu Alpha Theta sponsors a math “Problem of the Month” for any interested students to participate.
Mrs. Downs, the sponsor, helps members with the activities they plan.
Top: OFFICERS — Eileen Amaba, Vice President; Yvette Harvey,
Secretary; Jannet Walker, Treasurer; Daniel Sim, President. Middle:
Senior members. Bottom: Junior members.
Thousands of years ago, in ancient Greece, a young man dreamed of being many different people in many different places. His name was Thepus, the first actor. Since that time, all actors and actresses have been considered Thespians. They take their craft very seriously as their motto illustrates: “Act well your part; there all the honor lies.”
The Thespians of Millington show their dedication to fine acting by taking part in acting tournaments (and winning), by selling carnations for Valentine’s. Day to finance the spring play and the Traci Leonard Scholarship Fund, and by acting in plays such as “Hansel and Gretel” and “Calamity Jane.” The Thespians are a group to be proud of.
Top: Group Picture Middle left: OFFICERS — Carol Maybayan, Treasurer; Adrienne Haddock, Vice President; Wendy Durham, Secretary; John Chambers, President Middle right: Officers prepare for meeting. Left: Members listen atComputer Club
The Computer Club is open to students who are enrolled in computer science or who are interested in computers. The club has many fund raising activities such as the selling of raffle tickets, participating in Community Day, and planning a dance in the spring. Dues are used to purchase computers, which enable even more students to learn about computers.
Top: Group picture. Middle left: OFFICERS — Kelly Simpson, Treasurer; Holley Carter. President; Chris Carr, Secretary; Mary Jane Chapman, Vice President. Middle right: Students typing in a program. Bottom: Members participating in club discussion.
64 clubsPhysics Club
The Physics Club is open to all students taking physics. The club has many projects that they undertake — building bridges, selling raffle tickets. This year’s biggie is making a life-size flying machine modeled after a bird’s flight. These all aid the students in their understanding of physics, and, more important — life! Top: Group picture. Middle left: Sharon Roclkc, President; Kathy Runions, Secretary; Lisa Williams, Treasurer; Burke Creecy, Sergeant of Arms. Middle right: Mr. Crenshaw discusses plans at club meeting. Bottom: Member listens closely to the club’s plans.
The Vocational Auto Mechanics club consists of the students in auto mechanics classes taught by Mr. Nash. They are among the best mechanic courses in Shelby County. This course teaches students a skill which may prove to be useful.
Right: OFFICERS — C. Swords, Secretary; D. Perry, Treasurer; Mr. Nash; T. Wells, President; N. Cullum, Vice President. Below: Group picture.
The VAB club is composed of those students in the autobody program taught by Mr. Williams. Body work is examined completely and thoroughly in the classes. Right: OFFICERS - Standing: D. Martinez, P. Lucas, S. Swift, J. Hamilton, G. Gavrock. Kneeling: M. Roe, Treasurer; J. Tilly, Secretary; B. Waits, D. Hudson, President. Not Pictured: Enzo Dickens, Vice President. Below: Group picture.
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 and technical world. They were involved in many outside projects throughout the year.
Top: Group Picture Left: OFFICERS — T. Massey, Treasurer; C. Bender, President; B. Moore, Vice President; A. Bland, Secretary.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a club that promotes spreading God’s word among its members. This message leads to greater sportsmanship and honesty and thus greater enjoyment of all sports. The club meets during club period to discuss plans to spread fellowship among the students of the high school.
Top left: Group Picture. Top right: Kimo contemplates the work put before him at the club meeting. Bottom left: OFFICERS — B. Waits, Treasurer; C. Carson, Secretary; B. Gentry, Vice President. Not pictured: A. Haley, Presdient.
The Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) develop leadership abilities, civic consciousness, vocational understanding, and social awareness. They sponsored the Community Day King and Queen contest, donating the money to The Traci Leonard Memorial Scholarship Fund and The Community Day Scholarship. On Feb. 2, 1983, DECA sponsored a Leadership Conference which taught basic rules of parliamentary procedure.
Top: Club members. Middle left: CLUB OFFICERS — Vice President Kenny Nash; Treasurer, Angie Harrison; President, Louis Hale; Secretary, Lisa Miller; Parliamentarian, Tim Hill; Reporter, Angie Haley. Not pictured: Sponsor, Mrs. Rendali. Middle right: A display of DECA's creativity. Bottom: DECA officer installation.
The M-Club is a group of students who have received varsity letters. This club only recognizes the students’ achievement; they do not hold meetings regularly.
TOEC is the youth organization club composed of members in the vocational office classes. The club provides exploration in the employment fields and begins activities to develop skills that will aid students in their desired fields. They compete in state and local competitions dealing with business related fields. Their sponsor is Mrs. Tolbert.
Octagon is a service club sponsored by the Millington Optimist Club. Its purpose is to serve the community and the school. It is open to all students. The club sells Christmas trees to make money to donate to scholarship funds and to help the club make field trips. The club plays an active role in the Youth Appreciaiton Day.
lop: Group picture. Middle left: Club members fill out necessary forms. Middle right: OFFICERS — Lisa Perry — Secretary, Terri Dennis — Treasurer, Gary Menees — President. Not pictured: Teresa Lane — Vice President. Right: Teresa Lane makes plans for meeting.
70 clubsRodeo Club
The Rodeo Club is for people who thrill to the adventure of horse riding and roping. Though not considered a true sport, it requires a lot of skill, endurance, and a good grip to do well. The club participates in the Christmas Parade and all sorts of rodeo competitions. The sponsor, Coach Jayjock, helps with the activities and gives support needed to run the club. Ride ’em cowboy.
Top: Rodeo Club members. Middle left: OFFICERS — Back: Harriet McIntyre — Secretary, James Lightfoot — President. Front: Doug Johnson — Vice-President, Lisa Young — Treasurer, Darryl Henderson — Sergeant at Arms, George Lyell — Sergeant at Arms. Middle right: Guest speaker talks to club. Bottom: Members discuss plans at meeting.
clubs 71Literary Guild
The Literary Guild is a club for students who enjoy English and literature. Members usher for plays, publish a magazine in conjunction with the art department, hold a paperback bookswap, and organize the annual school Wordsmith. The year is a very busy one for all members. The sponsor is Mrs. Durham. Top right: Members plan Epic. Middle left: OFFICERS Vice-President. Vicki Blythe; President. Karen Walls; Treasurer. Yvette Harvey; Secretary. Cindi Swihart. Center Mr. Avant of the Millington Public Library gives presentation. Middle right: President gives pep talk Bottom: Group photo.
Maranatha is a non-denominational organization devoted to spreading God’s message. On campus devotionals are held, and singers are welcomed to each meeting to share their beliefs and hope to members. As well as school meetings, informal Christian gatherings are frequent. As all members believe, believing in God
doesn’t mean you can’t have fun!
Top: Club photo. Middle left: President gives speech. Middle right: OFFICERS — James Honeycutt, Ms. Clark — Sponsor; Laura Mayhugh, Shawn Gingrich, Chcrilyn Johnson. Dcobrah Williams, Leslie Erwin, Michelle Hardee. Bottom: Club meeting.
clubs 73The objective of Future Homemakers of America is to help youth assume their roles in areas of personal growth, family life, vocational preparation, and community involvement through Home Economics Education. To accomplish this objective, members county-wide met at Mud Island to establish the year’s goals. Millington’s members raised over $600 for Hemophilia and visited the Covington Nursing Home. For fun they had a Halloween Video-Land Lock In, and gave Christmas and skating parties. Both work and fun made the year a real success.
Top: Group Picture. Middle left: OFFICERS — S. Johnson, President; J. Rush, Secretary; V. Hathcock, Vice-President; R. Aubert, Treasurer; T. Alexander, Recreation Director; R. Jordan, Historian; R. Lamont, Reporter;T. Ward, Parliamentarian. Middle right: REPRESENTATIVES — T. Kueider, L. Taylor, D. Cleveland, G. Doty, J. Bennett, E. Alexander, M. Cropper. Lower right: Members make plans for activities. Advisers: Mrs. Sue Brandon and Mrs. Lois Sigler.
Hero I is a home economics club related to clothing service. Students in any clothing class are eligible to become members. To raise money, the club makes and sells items such as jackets and handbags. Students also make smocks or other protective clothing worn by people in the shop classes.
Top: Group picture Middle right: Students work hard during class. Middle left: Members cut patterns. Bottom: OFFICERS — Lucrutia Taylor, Vice President; Bart Nichclson, President; Tabatha Scott, Secretary and Treasurer.
clubs 75Hero II
Hero II is a home economics related club that meets monthly to explore occupations in child care and to plan for special projects. First year students work with children during the week in a day care situation; and the second year students serve as aides for kindergarten teachers in the Millington Elementary School.
Top: Group Photo. Middle left: OFFICERS — Tressy Hill, Treasurer; Darla Allen, President; Karen Blaydes, Secretary; Charlotte Underwood, Vice-President. Middle right and bottom: Students discuss their plans for the day.
76 clubsHero III
Hero III is a group of students that are exploring careers in food service. The students gain experience by operating the school Tea Room. Among their many activities is an annual bake sale.
Top: Group Picture. Middle left: Students bake bread. Middle right: OFFICERS — R. Jones, President; C. Smith, Secretary; L. Parks, Treasurer; G. Smith, Vice President. Left: Students attend club meeting.
clubs 77Cosmetology is an outstanding vocational class where one can learn a variety of hairstyle techniques. It gives the training needed to become a professionally licensed cosmetologist. Students learn about haircoloring, facials, manicuring, and other beauty aids, as well as hairstyling. The students involved in the course find that the skills they learn are worth the three hours a day they spend in class.
The fashion show is called Fashion Focus of '83. It is held in March, although tryouts are held in November. In the try-outs, the top ten male and female models and twelve male and female mannequins are chosen. There are eight different scenes (presentations of garments) in the show, plus an additional talent section where dance, tumbling, and ballet are performed.
Front: E. Amaba, T. Cooper, E. Frawley, K. Hardee, T. Wells, G. Middleton, C. Peters, T. Conley. Back: A. Houston. R. Anderson, L. Hager, B. Nicholson, P. Miller, T. Martinez, M. Pope, D. Hunt. Not pictured: B. Amaba, L. Parks.
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Jobs for High School Graduates
Jobs for high school graduates is an organization for students who are not planning to attend college but want to go straight into the working world after high school. The members meet after school and discuss job interviews and other things necessary to attain a job. They also discuss the present job market and what jobs will be in demand after their graduation. This organization has helped many students to get jobs that otherwise, would have been nearly impossible. The students involved are serious about jobs and try hard to get them.
Left: REPRESENTATIVES — S. Spencer, S. Swift, R.
Owens, B. Diggs, Y. Bonds, S. Jenkins. Bottom: group photo.
Artist-in-action is a club composed of students who have been active in art for two of more years. All advanced art students are eligible. Their artistic talent is shown throughout the school. They have projects which are displayed on the second floor’s bulletin board. Sponsors are Miss Orr and Miss Norwood.
Left: Group picture.
clubs 7980 sportsEditors Cathy Carson Bob Springfield
sportsVarsity Football Team
This year Coach Goate and his Trojan football squad got off to a slow start at the beginning of the season; but the team picked up its pace to improve defense and offense. By defeating their Homecoming opponent. West Helena, 23 to 14, the Trojans shocked the crowd by gaining 266 yards to Helena’s 67. Bailey Waits, Gary Gavrock, Chris Carr and Tim Sutorus were key players in the game. An injured Chris McSwain had to end his season early because of a dislocated shoulder, leaving Jimmy Dupree the job as starting Quarterback.
Byron Bradford who improved exceedingly from last year, astonished everyone. He was chosen the Commercial Appeal prep player of the week; he was selected prep player of the week for the State of Tennesee and above all, he became the Shelby Metro’s leading rusher and carrier, by breaking the record rushing 1,771 yards that was set in 1974 and finishing the season with 1,970 yards.
The Trojans fought fiercely every game, beating such teams as Briarcrest 35 to 23 with Tim Hill and Brad Gentry supplying key plays; outlasting Covington 20 to 13, and winning a very decisive game against Bartlet 19 to 13, that made them the District Champions. Some other outstanding players were Derrick Hunt, Charles Conner, Danny Weeks, Frank Sampietro, Trent Middleton and Bakaal Williams. We are very proud of the Trojans because they showed their determination to win.
Top, First row: Frank Sampietro, Danny Weeks, Tony Tuck, Tim Sheffield, Bailey Waits, Chris McSwain, Ed Gawlik, Brad Gentry, Gary Gavrock, James McMahan, Tim Hill, Chris Carr. 2nd row: P. J. Miller, Mark Doyle, Scan Joslin, James Walter, Tim Christopher, Byron Bradford, Charles Conner, Ernest Calhoun, Derrick Hunt, Kimo Coelho, Bakaal Williams, Cliff Johnson, Martin Scanlon, Roger Miller. 3rd row: Tom Cook, Frank Lee, Cliff Shilling, Joe Pcctc, Chris Spears, Trent Middleton, Anthony Wright, Tim Sutorus, Jimmy Dupree, Wes Lockhart, Ken Campbell, Timmy Tubbs, Ricky Sidwell, Buck Artzer. 4th row: Michael Hayes, Tim Perry, Chris Burress, Bryan Brooks, Jimmy Largue, Victor Charles, Nathan Bradley. Middle row: Coach Goate, Coach Gibson, Coach Sluder, Coach Hendricks. Bottom right, MANAGERS — Front row: Connie Wilson, Hank Hawkins, Mitch Lawson. Back row: John Binger, Elizabeth Frawley, Marcel Jones, Lynn Spencer.
82 sports1982 Millington Central High School Trojan Roster
NO. NAME HEIGHT WEIGHT GRADE
1 Allred Cole 5' 100 10
3 Tom Cook 5'6" 140 10
5 Tim Sheffield 5'7" 143 12
6 Chris Carr 5'8" 153 12
8 Tim Christopher 5'10" 170 11
10 Chris McSwain 6'3" 170 12
11 Jimmy Dupree 5'7" 143 11
12 Roger Miller 5'8" 134 11
14 Frank Lee 5'7" 148 10
15 John Boucher 5'7" 140 11
17 Ed Gawlik 5'8" 138 12
20 Wes Lockhart 5'7" 137 11
24 Bakaal Williams 5'11" 185 11
25 P. J. Miller 5'7" 151 11
26 Sean Joslin 5' 10" 165 11
28 Trent Middleton 5' 11" 170 11
29 Cornell Edwards 5'7" 150 10
30 Derrick Hunt 5'11" 187 12
32 Mark Bellora 5'8" 145 12
35 Bryant Brooks 5'10" 155 10
37 Cliff Shilling 5'5" ' 130 10
42 Byron Bradford 5'8" 172 12
43 Martin Scanlon 5'10" 155 11
44 Bailey Waits 5'8" 158 12
45 Charles Connors 5'9" 170 12
50 Buck Artzer 5'7" 163 10
53 Ken W right 5'8" 164 10
54 Anthony Wright 5'10" 165 11
56 Tim Sutorus 6'l" 183 11
58 Tony Tuck 5'10" 180 12
60 Chris Fears 5'9" 151 11
61 Mike Hayes 5'7" 153 10
62 Tim Perry 5'7" 205 10
63 Doyle Sanders 5'10" 200 11
65 Timmy Tubbs 5'7" k 150 10
66 Anthony Nelson 5'10" 235 10
67 Ricky Sidwell 5'8" 175 10
68 James Walker 5'11" 200 11
70 Victor Charles 5'10" 195 10
71 Brad Gentry 6'3" 230 12
72 Kim Coelho 5'9" 250 11
73 Chris Burress 5'8" 242 10
74 Tim Hill 6'2" 237 12
75 Frank Sampietro 5' 11" 230 12
76 James McMahan 6'2" 187 12
79 Jimmy Larque 6' 216 10
80 Cliff Johnson 5'8" 150 11
83 Joe Peete 5'8" 150 11
84 Ken Campbell 5'9" 165 10
85 Gary Gavrock 6' 155 12
86 Nathan Bradley 6' 175 10
87 Earnest Calhoun 6'4" 155 12
88 Danny Weekes 6' 180 12The 1982 T rojan Senior Lettermen
Top row: Mark Bellora, Byron Bradford. Middle row: Chris Carr, Charles Conner, Gary Gavrock, Ed Gawlik. Bottom row: Brad Gentry,
Tim Hill, and Derrick Hunt. Above: Trojans are brought down after kickoff return.
84 sportsTop row: James MacMahan, Chris MeSwain, Frank Sampietro, Tim Sheffield. Middle row: Tony Tuck. Bailey Waits. Danny Weckcs; Senior Manager, John Binger. Bottom row: Senior Managers: Lynn Spencer, Connie Wilson. Jimmy Dupree delivers a pass.
sports 8586 sports
Top left: Some coaches assist an injured player. Top right: A Trojan almost scores a touchdown. Middle left: An opponent is tackled by Jimmy Dupree. Middle right: Trojans yell for Victory. Bottom left: Trojans break through the opponent's line to gain yards. Bottom right: The varsity starters prepare for Bartlett.Top left: Trojan player takes a water break. Top middle: Dupree returns a kickoff. Top right: Trojan player delivers a strong punt. Middle left: Some teammates arc talking over a play. Middle right: Byron Bradford goes for a touch down. Jimmy Dupree puls play in action.
sports 87Freshman Football Team
The 1982 Freshman football team was under the leadership of Coach Hendricks and Coach Sluder. The team played with a great deal of dedication and enthusiasm throughout its tough season. With a 4-3 record, they outlasted such strong opponents as Kirby 26 to 14, with Kevin Braden and Tim Sumners supplying key blocks; and Munford 12 to 0, with Barry Williams scoring the team’s only 2 touchdowns and Quarterback Mike O'Heary succeeding with a two point conversion to ice the victory. Some other outstanding players were Tony Cox, Syl Gray, Paul Thornton and Larry Stephens. We are very proud of this team because they displayed great determination and hard work.
First row: Manager, Mark Shannon. 2nd row: Richard Talada, Mike Cox, Jeff Albcrnathy, Tim Alexander, Terry Bell, Curtis Oliver, Tony Grubb, Arthur Woodstock, Jeff Arkcnau, Greg Frye. 3rd row: Tony Campbell, Chris Word, Robert Moss, Ronald Kelsey, Kenny Glover, Kenny Hatchcl, Mike Newman, Larry Griffith, Dan Richardson. Danny Brown. 4th row: Allen Stephenson, Thomas Biggs, Eric Milan, David Robinson, Jason Dupree, James Frye, John Wilson, Micah Huffman, Mark Manning, Owen Scott. 5th row: James Stroud, Chad Kelly, Paul Thorton, Phil Logan, Lewis Moore, Kevin Braden, Frank Bcncficl, Reggie Shelton, Fred Johnson. 6th row: Larry Stephens. Tony Cox, Matt Stollmcyer, Tim Sumners, Tim Hill, Barry Williams, Zachary Green, Demetrius Bradford, Mark Bland, Kirk Harper, Sylvester Gray. 7th row: Coach Sluder, Coach Hendricks. Middle row: Coach Hendricks; Coach Sluder; Trojan back gains yardage against Christian Brothers. Bottom right: Trojan running back is brought down after his gain.
88 sportsTop left: Trojan defense is at work. Top right: Millington players break through opponent’s line. Middle left: Trojans return kick off. Middle right: Players relax after a hard workout. Bottom left: Coach Sluder and Coach Hendricks give players final instruction during halftime.
sports 891) Kelly Simpson 2, 3,
2) Dena Avala 1,2, 3, Co-
3) Holley Carter 1,2, 3,4
4) Mary Jane Chapman 1,
5) Eileen Amaba 1,2, 3
6) Kris Beasley 1,2, 3
7) Teresa Cooper 1,2, 3
8) Donna Stickley 1,2, 3
9) Jannet Walker 1, 2, 3
10) Cindy Gertschen 1, 2
11) Jane Barnes 1,2 (Not Pictured) Rhonda Manning 1,2
90 sportsVarsity Cheerleaders are selected from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes in the spring for the following school year. They cheer for Varsity football. Girls’ Varsity Basketball and Boys’ Varsity Basketball. During the summer of 1982, they attended NCA camp at UT Martin and were selected first runner-up from the 50 squads attending camp. During the school year, they present a number of pep assemblies.
Top Left: Cheerleaders show their style at the pep assembly. Top Right: Mrs. Gipson. Sponsor. Middle Left: Kelly makes sure everything is right at practice. Middle Right: Cheerleaders wait to lead the Trojans on to Victory. Bottom: Who's the cutest pajama King and Queen? Winners: Byron Bradford and Jannet Walker.
sports 91JV Cheerleaders
This year the Junior Varsity
Cheerleading squad was composed of
ten girls. These girls attended a
cheerleading camp at U.T. Martin.
This helped prepare them for the
season. The girls cheered and gave
great support at all the J.V. football
and basketball games.
Top row: Cindy Brown. Vicky Blythe, Cindy Barrom.Sandi Warner, Paula Crowder, Allyson Morton, Kelly Pierce, Kim Juneau, Michelle Hill. Not pictured: Rhonda Frazier. Middle left: Sponsor, Mrs. Kincaid. Middle: J.V. Cheerleaders are ready to participate in spirit parade. Middle right: Richard Simmons, eat your heart out. Lower right: The J.V. Cheerleaders work hard after school. Bottom right: The J.V. Cheerleaders perform at a Trojan game.
92 sportsFreshman Cheerleaders
The freshman cheerleaders were busy this year. They cheered both the basketball and football teams on to victorious seasons and worked very hard to buy new uniforms for the squad. They washed cars at a wash-a-thon and had a booth at the Millington Community Day that was held this past Fall. Because of their efforts, attractive new uniforms were bought, and the squad was able to better represent M.C.H.S. at the freshman games. Also, the girls attended a National Cheerleader Association Clinic at U.T. Martin in the Fall. There they learned new cheers, chants, and jumps. We’re very proud of the 1982-83 freshman cheerleaders.
Top left: The Freshman pyramid. Middle left: Mrs. Rendall, sponsor. Middle: Mrs. Downs, sponsor. Middle right: Ms. Smith, sponsor. Bottom left: Deanna Logan — Co. Captain. Tanza Vinson. Wendy Smith. Toni Speck. Paula McVoy — Captain, Carla Crawford. Lisa Outtcn, Joyce Burnett. Laurie Kuykendall, and Sonya Fortune. Bottom right: Freshmen practice hard for the oncoming games.
sports 93Boys’ Varsity Basketball
This year was a learning year for the Trojans. The Varsity team consisted of four sophomores, four juniors, and only one senior, who gained experience from last year’s team. Though the team was not victorious on the court, there were many personal victories. Coach Sluder stated: “We matured, grew, and became closer to one another through our efforts; we learned to face adversity. I take pride in saying that we played hard from the first to the last and never gave up.”
Top: Kneeling in the center: Coach Sluder. Standing: Dujuan Benton, Kenny Phillips, Maurice Hill, Chris McSwain, Chris Turner, Ernst Calhoun, Kevin Rainey, Vernon Diggs, Matthew Hardaway, Jimmy Pike and Marc Diaz. Middle right: JV TEAM — Troy Thompson, Kendall Bledsoe, Bakaal Williams, Cliff Johnson, Dewayne Lewis, Walter Wray. Bottom right: MANAGERS — Allen McDaniel, Grant VanOostrum, Marcel Jones.
94 sportsVarsity Basketball Starters
Top row: Jimmy Campbell, Mathew Hardaway and Vernon Diggs. Bottom row: Jimmy Pike and Kenny Phillips. Marc Diaz concentrates before he shoots a free throw.Top left: Forward Chris Turner advances the ball in. Top middle: Kendall Bledsoe watches cautiously as his defenders attack. Top right: Chris Turner fights for the rebound. Middle left: Junior Maurice Hill speeds past his opponents for an easy two. Middle: Forward, Matt Hardaway hits an important basket as his opponents watch. Middle right: Matt Hardaway and his opponents stare at another Trojan basket. Bottom left: Troy Thompson slips past a Craigmont player. Bottom right: Sophomore Kenny Philips searches for an open man.
Top left: Coach Sluder gives instructions during a time-out. Top right: Center Vernon Diggs gets off a quick shot over his opponents. Middle left: Forward. Kenny Phillips, attempts to dribble in on some opposing players from Covington. Middle right: Junior. Micheal Claiborne, tries to find an open man. Bottom left: Jimmy Campbell retrieves as his opponents run toward him.
sports 97Lady T rojans Basketball T earn
The Varsity Girls’ Basketball team experienced a successful year under Coach Nancy Norwood. The Lady Trojans were led by a fine group of seniors, J. Malone, V. Johnson, B. Diggs, and L. Williams. Joy and Vicki provided much of the outside shooting for the Trojans, while Brenda was consistent as an inside scorer and rebounder. Lisa added depth to the squad at the guard position. Juniors, B. Taylor, G. Wilson, and L. Wilder and Sophomore, S. Poston contributed speed and quickness to the Lady Trojan offensive attack, in addition to, providing excellent defensive performances at the guard positions. The team received strong inside play this season from Junior, T. Hultz and Sophomore, T. Vann. Also adding strength to the squad were Sophomores, S. Purtle, K. Ransom, and K. Guetterman. Head Statistician, C. Carson, and Managers, C. Brooks and T. Hill, helped to keep things organized and smooth. The Lady Trojans completed their regular season with a record of 19-9.
I. Top: Barbara Taylor, Stephanie Poston, Kim Ransom, Gerthic Wilson. Standing: Tracy Vann, Kathy Guetterman, Theresa Hultz, Joy Malone, Shanon Purtle. Lisa Williams Kneeling: Tressy Hill, Brenda Diggs. Lisa Wilder, Vicki Johnson, Cynthia Brooks. Sitting: Cathy Carson 2. Basketball Managers: Tressy Hill and Cynthia Brooks. 3. Coach Nancy Norwood. 4. B. Diggs and T. Vann grab for the rebound.
Top left: Joy Malone. Top middle: Vickie Johnson. Top right: B. Diggs (35), S. Poston (10), jumping for the ball. Bottom left: Lisa Williams. Bottom middle: Brenda Diggs, Starter. Bottom right: Let’s go Lady Trojans!
sports 99Top left: Tracy Vann (25) has the ball. Joy Malone (30) stays close by for the rebound. Top middle: G. Wilson (21) sets the play. Top right: Joy Malone (30) — Hi Mom! Middle left: Barbara Taylor (14) and G. Wilson (21) fight for the ball. Middle right: G. Wilson (21) shoots the shot. B. Taylor (14) and S. Poston (10) arc ready for rebound. Bottom right: J. Malone (30) shoots foul shots.
100 sportsI. J. Malone starts the Action for the Lady Trojans, in the Winter Festival game. 2. S. Poston hurries for a fast break. 3. B. Taylor takes a good layup. 4. V. Johnson grabs the rebound. 5. Lady Trojans watch the
J. V. game before getting ready. 6. Coach Norwood talkes it over with team. 7. J. Malone snatches the rebound from the opponent.
sports 101Freshman Basketball Team
The 1982-83 Freshman Basketball team is one of the most talented squads we’ve had at Millington in several years. They have been fortunate enough to combine a tough defense with extraordinary offensive skills. This unique combination has produced the best record of any Freshman team in the last five years, 12-3. The Trojans were led by Sylvester Gray, Lewis Moore, and Barry Williams. Sylvester Gray’s long season statistics included an 18.5 scoring average, a 16.3 rebound average and 6 slam dunks; also Lewis Moore was second in scoring with a 12.1 average and 7 rebounds. Barry Williams led the team in steals with 87 for the season. Other outstanding players were: Darren Greenburg, Kevin Braden, Carlton Howard, Dwan Scott, Tim Hill and Reggie Wilson. There is no doubt that these young men will contribute to other varsity programs in the future. We congratulate Coach Rix and his team for a fine season.
102 sportsFreshman Girls’ Basketball
The freshman girls' basketball team consists of eleven
players. Each of these players must perform to the best of
her ability to have a winning team. Yet as the old motto
goes, “winning isn't everything." Sportsmanship,
cooperation, and good will arc also essential. With all of
these ingredients, a fantastic team is made.
Top: Dayna Ballard. Bernice Slubbs, Li . Rather. Cindy Amos. Toni Barnett, Linda Mathcson, Ferlanda Jones, Pam Diggs. Andi Marcy. Jackie Bennett. Gina Ballard. Middle left: MANAGLRS Linda Hughes. Mary Graddy and Tonya Hawkins. Middle right: Coach Mrs. Morton. Bottom: Trojans warm up before game.
sports 103Trojan Wrestling Team
The word “victorious” is a word most often used when describing the 1982-83 Trojan Wrestling team. The Trojans completed their dual meet season with a perfect 10-0 record, outscoring all of their opponents, 609-125. The Trojans have several lettermen who will be participating in the State Wrestling Tournament: Kimo Coclho, James Walker. Byron Bradford. Tony Tuck, Bailey Waits, Joel Gingery, Donnie Lane, and Kurt Harper. Head Coach, Steve Hendricks, exclaims, “we feel that we have the potential to be very competitive in the State tournament and hopefully the team will do well enough to secure our final victory. In addition to that, the Trojans have captured tournaments such as the Trojan Classic and the Raleigh Egypt Invitational. Coach Hendricks concludes by saying “good luck to the team for the rest of the season and for the rest of their lives.”
Top left: Team Shot Trout center Coach Hendricks Sitting: Jimmy Hivner. Kurt Harper. Donnie Lane, Dennis Davis. John Hoxie. Joel Gingery Kneeling: Donnie Pennington,
Keith McMahann. Mitch Lawson. Phil Beasley. Bailey Waits. Tony Tuck. Byron Bradford. James Walker. Kimo Coelho, Steve Smith Standing: Mike Bender. Paul Kenny. Dan Taylor. Steve Hoxie. T J. Tracy. Art W istock. Skip Chreach. David Gagne. John Sanders. Jay Westmoreland. Brian Moore. Frank Lee. Dale Hughes. Charlie Dawson. Eric McCarroll, Robert Grams, Ray Chester. Shaun Joslin. Mike Bowers. Manager Kelly Ward Not pictured: Manager Hank Hawkins Top right: Head Coach. Steve Hendricks Middle left: The Varsity Lettermen Middle: The Referee declares Kimo Coclho victorious over an opponent Middle right: Senior Bailey Waits throws an opposing wrestler l ower left: James Walker applies pressure to the arm of a Bnarcrcst Saint Lower right: A Trojan wrestler roughly handles an opponent Bottoui right: Trojan's Byron Bradford pins an opposing wrestler
104 sportsWrestling Cheerleaders
The Wrestling Cheerleaders are a group of girls, freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors, who encourage and support our wrestling team. They put in numerous hours of hard work to learn cheers and routines. They also give several weekends to attend wrestling matches and cheer the wrestlers to victory. All of this hard work was rewarded when the squad placed first in the only competition held for
1) Top: Standing: Connie Peters, Bobbie Bright, Krystal Driggers,
Robin Aubert, Lisa Cooper, Debbie Hissong. Bottom: Sitting: Lisa Floyd, Tammy Bowers, Luckic Nociar, Judy Ballard, Michelle Vinson, Valarie Burnette. Not shown: Carol Fritz. 2) Yell, for the mighty Trojans. 3) Wrestling Cheerleaders practice pom pom routine. 4) Debbie Hissong cheers for Trojans victory. 5) Mrs. Arnold, Sponsor.
sports 105Varsity Volleyball
The Junior Varsity and Varsity Volleyball teams both had wonderful seasons. In spite of many new players and various injuries, the team members worked well together and displayed excellent sportsmanship.
The Junior Varsity especially showed promise, and we’re hoping to have fantastic records for all teams next season!
Standing: Manager— Marilyn Scott: Cynthia Brooks, Sonja Neville, Lynne Frawley, Tracey Hultz, Kathy Guetterman, Vickie Smallwood, Joy Malone, Vickie Johnson, Kelly Ward, Shannon Purtle, Mrs. Taylor (Coach), Patience Eckhart, Manager Mandy Vantassell, Stephanie Poston, Debbie Hultz, Vickie Aiken, Terri Wells. Not pictured: Daisy Vanderhauf Bottom left: Stephanie Poston spikes it to the opponent. Bottom middle: Joy Malone spikes it back hard Bottom right: Kelly Ward gets the ball back over the net while Vickie Johnson stays close by to help.JV and Freshman Volleyball
Top left: Standing, l-r. Marilyn Scott, Manager; Stephanie Branch, Andrea Marcy, Brenda Chunn, Jerri Thicn, Tawana Parham, Lisa Reeder, Patience Eckhart. Kneeling, l-r: Joyce Burnett. Donna Curry, Jackie Bcnnct, Dayna Ballard, Elizabeth Rather. Top right: Jackie Bcnnct makes ready for the ball. Middle left: Standing, from l-r: Marilyn Scott, Manager; Mandy Vantassell, Tina Hodges, Eva Axmin, Kathy Guetterman, Julie Baker, Stephanie Poston, Shannon Purtle, Patience Eckhart. Kneeling: Melinda Harkness, Brenda Miller, Debbie Hultz, Laura Browder, Vickie Aiken, Terri Wells. Middle right: Laura Browder sets up the ball for one of her teammates. Bottom: Mrs. Taylor watches her girls work out.
sports 107Boys’ Cross Country
The 1982-83 Boys’Cross Country
team accomplished much throughout
the season. Kirk Tilander, Jimmy
Hivner, and Richard Pennington were
great representatives of our school.
Under the guidance and supervision of
Coach Gibson, we can expect the boys’
Cross Country team to keep on running! Pictured right: Standing: Jimmy Hivner, Eric Blankcnbccklcr, Robert Barrett, Allen Copeland, Joe Hart, Richard Pennington, Kirk Tilander, and Patrick Myrick. Kneeling: Skip Creek, Tito Cook, Jeff Philips, Ray Chester, and Manager. Theresa Mathis. Not Pictured: Dan Taylor and Tommy Peterson. Pictured below: left to right: Richard Pennington, Dan Taylor, Skip Creech, Jimmy Hivner Bottom: Dan Taylor, Kirk Tilander, Tommy Peterson, Robert Barrett, Gerald Bean, and Coach Gibson.
108 sportsGirls’ Cross Country
Mrs. Morton said enthusiastically that this Girls’ Cross Country team has been the hardest working team in her coaching experience. Their record was 5-5. Pam Lonier was an especially outstanding team member. She holds the school record for the two mile run; she placed tenth in the Shelby County Cross Country League, and placed 14th in the region. Other runners were Toni Como, Angie Sherrill, Alondra Miller, Tina Bowers, and Jill Butler. Managers were Loree Olson, Karen Moore, Mary Ellerbrook, and Carla Albert.
Top Left: Girls’ Cross Country Team and Managers.
Top Right: Angie sees the finish line. Middle Left: Trojans are off to a good start.
Middle Right: Trojans walk the course before the big race.
Bottom Left: Mrs. Morton, Coach. Bottom Right: Miss Norwood, Assistant Coach.
sports 109Boys’ T rack T earn
This year the 1982-83 Boys' track team came back with a few lettermen from last year. These boys worked hard during practices and they exercised great discipline and enthusiasm. Although losing a few key lettermen from the past seasons, Coach Gibson and Coach Hendricks helped to lead the team throughout their tough schedule of opponents such as Germantown, C.B.H.S., Ripley, and Bartlett. The Trojans battled these teams and fought hard to the end; as a result they learned good sportsmanship, discipline, and leadership. With the potentials that they show, we expect another fine season that's worth seeing. Some outstanding lettermen were: Bob Springfield, J. T. Harris, James Royston, Trent Middleton, Richard Pennington, Kimo Coelhoand Vernon Diggs.
Top left: Track team. Kneeling: Theresa Mathis, manager; Richard Jones. Second row: Jarrod Harris, KimoCoelho, Bobby Springfield, Robbie Anderson. Third row: Gerald Bean. James Royston. Richard Pennington Fourth row: James Walker Top middle: Head Coach, Coach Gibson Top right: Coach Hendricks. Middle left: Robert Bahls and Ken Childress warm up before a meet Middle: Gerald Bean maintains a good pace around the track. Middle right: Distance runner Richard Pennington strides alone Bottom right: Trent Middleton, Jarrod Harris, Bobby Springfield, Robbie Anderson, and James Royston arc the Track team’s top sprinters. Here they are racing against one another.
110 sportsGirls’ Track Team
The 1981-82 Girls’Track
Team completed another
successful season with a record
of 5-1. The girls won the
Championship for the Region
7AAA. Six girls qualified for
state. We are all very proud of
their accomplishments! (l) TEAM — Standing: D. Johnson, C. Harris, M. Vinson,S. Taylor, T. Ware, K. Guetterman. Sitting: C. Colter, K. Hardee, J. Rush, K. Beasley, A. Lewis, C. Brooks. 2 — C. Harris taking charge. 3 — Mrs. Price, Coach. 4 — T Ware making a “long jump." 5 —
Lady Trojans ready to go. 6 — C. Brooks in action.
sports 111Trojan Baseball Team
The Varsity baseball team began its 1982-83 season under second year head coach, Phil Rix. The Trojans finished last season with a 15-9 record, including a second place finish in District 14. This year’s team returns only three starters, Ed Gawlik, Chris Turner, and Chuck Nelson. Coach Rix says that the team will have to count on some timely hitting and excellent defense in order to remain successful this year. Other returnees are: Tim Sutorus, Mark Wibanks, Tommy Fortner, and Kenny Taylor.
Top: 1st row: Ed Gawlik, Marcel Jones, Mark Wilbanks. 2nd row:
Chuck Nelson, Chris Turner, and Johnny Laird. Top right: Coach Rix. Middle left: Chuck Nelson takes a mean swing at the ball. Middle right: Chris Turner tries to tag a man at first base. Bottom left: Chris Turner makes a timely catch at first. Bottom right: Ed Gawlik watches cautiously before he releases the ball.
112 sportsGirls’ Softball Team
The 1982-83 MCHS "Lady Trojans” softball team is strong in several areas, particularly hitting and defense. Some players expected to be outstanding this year are Cathy Carson, Joy Malone,
Lisa Williams, Sharon Roelke, Vickie Johnson, and Angie Haley.
Last year’s team sported a 20-5 record and was third in District 14 AAA. The team also won the River City Tournament Championship. This was accomplished by winning six straight games in two days.
TEAM PHOTO — Front row: Cathy Cation,
Lisa Williams, Kristina Rice. Sec. row: Kim Reed, Shannon Purtlc. Third row: Vickie Johnson, Joy Malone, Sharon Roelke, Angie Haley, (not pictured). 2) S. Purtle catches the grounder for an out. 3) Coach Leonard. 4) LADY TROJAN ready to hit the ball. 5) S. Purtlc throws the ball for the out. 6) L. Williams makes a good throw home.
sports 113MCHS Tennis
The 1981 -82 Boys' Tennis team finished the year with a record of 3-5 and the Girls'
Tennis team completed the year with a record of 3-8. Both teams were inexperienced and worked hard to improve their skills. The teams have one returning letterman for the boys' and two returning for the girls' teams.
1. Back row: G. Childress, M. Dooley. A. Carver, K.
Carr. B. Crcecy, B. Amaba, T. Hultz, J. Braswell.
Front row: T. Speck, E. Amaba. W. Smith, A.
Rodgers, D. Hultz. 2. Coach Brucn. 3. Hultz hits it with “Love" 4. Trojan player hits it back over the net.
6. Here it comes.
114 sportsGolf Team
Last year’s golf team had a successful year. The boys’ team placed second in District and Regionals. The team posted their lowest scores of the year with a 306. Patricia Bartlett tied for fourth place in an individual competition at the Regionals. The team was coached by Mrs. Taylor. Mr. Billings plans to
coach the boys’ team this spring.
1. BOYS' TEAM — Jon Wcrcnskjold, Chris Carr, Robert Barrett, Kevin Carr, Marc Diaz.
2. Chris Carr takes a good swing. 3. Patricia Bartlett warms up before a game. 4. Opposing team member takes a long drive. 5. Boys' Coach, Mr. Billings. 6. Girls' Coach, Mrs. Taylor.
sports 115MCHS Pacesetters
Benjie Amaba — Tennis Tim Asher — Track Dena Ayala — Varsity Cheerleader
Eva Axium — Volleyball Judy Ballard — Wrestling Cheerleader
Robert Barret — Golf Cross Country Dujuan Benton — Basketball Byron Bradford Wrestling, Football
Jill Butler — Cross Country, Track Valarie Burnett — Wrestling Cheerleader
Chris Carr — Football, Golf
Cathy Carson — Soft-ball, Basketball,
Cross Country Holley Carter — Varsity Cheerleader Art Carver — Tennis, Basketball
Mary Jane Chapman — Varisty Cheerleader
Cheryl Colter — Track
Burke Creecy — Tennis
Brenda Diggs — Varsity Basketball Mary Ellerbrook — Cross Country Robert Fortune — WrestlingEd Gawlik — Baseball Angie Haley — Softball
Cassandra Harris — Track
Vickie Johnson — Volleyball, Basketball, Softball
Johnny Laird — Baseball
Donny Lane —
Joy Malone —
Alondra Miller — Cross Country Chuck Nelson — Baseball
Connie Peters —
Tom Peterson — Wrestling,
Cross Country Sharon Roelke — Softball
Marilyn Scott —
Kelly Simpson —
Vickie Smallwood —
Bob Springfield — Track
Kirk Tilander — Cross Country Tony Tuck — Wrestling,
Daisy Vanderhoef — Volleyball Bailey Waits — Wrestling, Football
Jon Werenskjold — Wrestling, Golf
Mark Wilbanks -Baseball
Lisa Williams —
Picture: 1. Coaches Sluder and Rix show the Trojans how the play is run. 2. Pam Lonier Struggles to the finish. 3. Kris Beasley hurtles for another one. 4. Coach Hendricks “10-4 good buddy” and also coach Goatc. 5. Chris Carr “Another one bites the dust.” 6. Kim Reed pitches an outstanding game. 7.
Joel Gingery — “This is it for you!” 8. J.T. jumps for joy.
1. P. J. Miller returns the kick off for the Trojans. 2. B. Diggs jumps for the tie ball. 3. Freshmen work hard for the rebound. 4. J. Malone gets a good hit. 5. B. Waits makes some action. 6. A. Miller gives it all she’s got. 7. Coach Rix takes a time out. 8. J. Barnes, E. Amaba, K. Beasley, and C. Gertchen cheer the players to Victory. 9. J. Harris gives it a lot of effort. 10. Wrestling Cheerleaders rest before the next match.
sports 119AdvisorsDr. Morton
Dr. Joe Morton has been our principal for eleven years. He graduated from Fayette County High School and then attended Memphis State, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Math, a Master’s degree in Education Administration and Supervision, and recently earned his Educational Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction (Math Instruction). He also holds a Master of Science degree in Math and Physics from Ole Miss. Dr. Morton is very active in the Optimist, Rotary, and Booster clubs. He likes bird hunting and all sports — especially TROJAN sports. Dr. Morton has been an invaluable aid to the entire student body. We give him our sincere thanks for all the support and leadership he has given to MCHS and the community.
Right: Dr. and Mrs. Morton enjoy a relaxed day at home. Bottom: Dr. Morton is busy at work.
122 facultyMr. and Mrs. William L. Osteen discuss the day's events.
Mrs. William Osteen has been an assistant principal for the past six years. She graduated from M.C.H.S. and received her B.S. and M.A. from Memphis State University in English. She has done additional graduate work in education at Stetson University, the University of Tennessee, and Memphis State University. Mrs. Osteen then returned to M.C.H.S. to teach algebra for six years, to be a guidance counselor for twelve years, and to be an administrative assistant for two years before becoming an assistant principal. She enjoys needlework, sports, and riding in her husband's fishing boat. We are all very happy to have such a loyal supporter of M.C.H.S. and its student body.
This is the third year Mr. Leaks has been an assistant principal. He attended Phclix High School and later the University of Illinois, the University of Nebraska. Lemoync-Owcn. and Memphis State. He earned a bachelor's degree in math, and a master's degree in secondary education. Before becoming the assistant principal, he taught algebra and geometry for ten years at M.C.H.S. Mr. Leaks enjoys hunting and fishing. We are very happy to have him as part of the M.C.H.S. staff.
faculty 123Mrs. Armour Spanish I, II, III, IV; Spanish Club Sponsor
Mrs. Arnold English 351, Eng. 421; Wrestling Cheerleaders
Mrs. Bacon Clothing Service, Clothing and Textiles; FHA-HERO
Mr. Bergen Earth Science
Mr. Billings Guidance Counselor
Mr. Billings Industrial Arts
Financial Secretary and
Mrs. Boswell English 451, Eng. 481;
12th Grade Sponsor
SOE I, SOE II, IOE I;
10th Grade Sponsor
Mrs. Brandon Consumer Education, Family Life, Com. Home Economics I; FHA
Mrs. Brasfield Choral Music
Captain Bruen NJROTC; Tennis Team
Mrs. Burdeck School Nurse
Mrs. Burk English 251,281; Yearbook
Naval Science; NJROTC Sponsor
Mrs. Chambers Ind. Alg. I and II; Thespians, Chess Club, Junior Class Sponsor
Mrs. Clark Mr. Crenshaw Mrs. Downs Mr. Gibson
Biology; Maranatha Club Physics, Computer Algebra I, Algebra II, Health; Boys’ Cross
Sponsor Science; Physics and Pre-Algebra, Ind. Country, Boys’ Track,
Mr. Como Computer Club Sponsor Algebra; Math Club Sponsor; Freshman Asst. Football Coach
General Math, Geometry Mrs. Dalrymple Cosmetology; VICA Cheerleaders Mrs. Gipson Child Care 1,11. Child
Mr. Cranford Club Sponsor Mrs. Dunn Development; HERO II
Plant Manager Miss DeShazo Library Assistant Club Sponsor, Varsity Cheerleaders
Mr. Creasy Librarian Mrs. Durham
Economics, U.S. History; English 451,251; Quill Ms. Glenn
Beta Club Sponsor Mrs. Dobbins and Scroll, Literary Resource English and
English 351,381, TROJAN Newspaper Guild Club Sponsor Economics
Sponsor Mrs. Garcia Secretary Mr. Goate Driver Ed.; Head Football Coach
faculty 125Mr. Goss Campus Deputy
Mr. Harris General Shop I, II; AI ASA Sponsor
Mr. Harr on American History
Mrs. Harvell Secretary
Coach Hendricks Physical Education; Football, Wrestling, Track; Take Down Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Geometry, Algebra I, General Math
French I, II, III; French Club Sponsor
Mr. Jayjock Resource
Mr. Johnson Algebra I, Gen. Math
Mrs. Jones Food Service 1,11
Mrs. Jordan English 311 312
Consumer Math, General Math
126 faculty"I heard that.
Mrs. Kincaid Mr. Macklin Mr. McVay
English 151, 152 Earth Science, Beginning Band,
Mrs. Klenk Physics Intermediate Band,
Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Maples Jazz Band, Concert
Miss Krebs Accounting, Typ- Band, Marching
Civics, Am. Gov’t, ing; Student Band; Octagon Club
Consumer Math; Council Sponsor Sponsor
Close-Up Club Mr. Marsh Mrs. Moore
Sponsor, Junior Small Gas Engines Biology 1,11; Chairman,
Class Sponsor Mrs. McFarland Senior Class Sponsors.
Mr. Leonard Economics, Amer. History; Head Girls’ Softball Coach, Freshman Class Sponsor Librarian Mrs. Morton Physical Education; Coach, Girls’ Cross Country, 9th Grade Girls' Basketball Coach, Girls’ Track — Assistant Coach Mr. Nash Automotive Mechanics; Vica Club Sponsor
faculty 127Miss Norwood Basic Aesthetics,
Drawing and Painting Ceramics, Printing, Advanced Art; Artist in Action
Miss Orr Basic Aesthetics, Drawing and Painting, Calligraphy
Earth Science; Freshman Basketball
Mrs. Price Guidance Counselor
Mr. Pruitt Drafting
English 151; Pep Club, English Dept. Chairman
Mrs. Rendall Marketing and Distributive Ed.; DECA, Freshman Cheerleaders
Algebra 11, Adv. Math, Calculus; National Honor Society
Freshman and Junior Varsity Basketball,
Speech 1, Drama 1, II,
Debate I, II, Play Production; International Thespian Society
Home Economics, Home Ms. Timbs
Furnishings, Housing; Librarian
Mrs. Simmons English 151,181; Co-Sponsor of Pep Club
"Baltimore Orioles 1!”
"Good day. Eh?"
Coach Sluder General Business, Physical Education; Football, Baseball, Basketball
Mrs. Smith Counselor
Mrs. Taylor Physical Education
Mr. Terrell English 121,251
Mrs. Tolbert IOE, COE I. COE II; TOEC Club Sponsor
Mr. Tolbert Night Manager
Mr. Turner Chemistry
Mrs. Weatherly Typewriting
Coach White World History,
American History; Voice of the Trojans
Mrs. Whitehead Health
Mrs. Williams English 251,221
Auto Body; VICA, VAB
Mrs. Willis Secretary
S ECTIONWendy Lynette Durham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Durham, has been an active, enthusiastic member of the student body for each of her four years at M.C.H.S. She was elected class favorite and elected to the Homecoming Court for three consecutive years. She has been on the Student Council every year — this year as the Senior Class President. In addition, she was an acting Thespian, performing in Music Man, Damn Yankees, and Hansel and Gretel. Her membership in the National Honor Society, Beta, Physics, and Computer Clubs also kept her very busy. With all of this school spirit and participation, it was only natural that she was selected by the teachers to attend Girls’ State, a week-long leadership convention.
The teachers also showed their appreciation for her hard work and energy by giving her a place in the Hall of Fame.
In Wendy’s spare time she enjoys modeling, swimming, and being with her friends. She hopes to attend Christian Brothers’ College where she will pursue a teaching career in mathematics.
Byron Bradford, this year’s Mr. M.C.H.S., has done many outstanding things since entering high school. In his 9th grade year at Brandon Jr. High, he was selected one of the most remarkable black students. In the 10th grade he came to Millington and joined the wrestling team. The following year he wrestled for half a season, joined the Spanish Club, and played for the Trojan Football team as a tailback, alternating with Carl Allen. He was given honorable mentioin in all district as a running back. In June 1982, he attended Tennessee’s Boys’ State.
This year, however, has been Byron’s true triumph. The Commercial Appeal, the Memphis Press Scimitar, the U.S. Marine Corps, and the Tennessee Radio Networks selected him Prep Player of the week. He broke three county records: most carries in a season (283), most carries in a game (43), and most yards rushing (1,935). he has a great future ahead and hopes to receive a football scholarship to the University of Arkansas where he plans to major in Computer Science.
seniors 133Bcnjic Amaba Byron Bradford Jill ButlerVickie Johnson
This year the faculty committee selected 17 outstanding seniors as members of Hall of Fame. Each member has exhibited a special talent worthy of recognition. These students possess various talents such as leadership, academics, and athletics. Millington Central is proud of these exceptional students.
seniors 135Leaders of MCHS
AI ASA Lee White Band
Commander Teresa Lane Beta Club Cindi Moore Computer Club Holley Carter
Angie Haley FHA
French Club Kim Juneau HERO I Bart Nichelson HERO III Richard Jones Literary Guild Karen Walls
Mu Alpha Theta Daniel Sim Newspaper Editor
Mary Ellerbrook Octagon Gary Menees
Pep Club Student Council
Lisa Gibcault Benjie Amaba
Sharon Roelke John Chambers
James Lightfoot David Hudson
Commander Todd Webb
Carolyn Jones Yearbook Editor
Spanish Alondra Miller Jill Butler
136 seniorsSenior Officers and Who’s Who 1983
Senior Class Officers Wendy Durham — President; Sharon Roelke — Vice-Pres.; Mary Jane Chapman — Treasurer; Holley Carter — Secretary Class Favorites
Kelly Simpson and Benjie Amaba
Most Charming Steve Cox and Sharon Roelke
Most Thoughtful L nn Spencer and Angie HarrisonMost School Spirit Tim Sheffield and Dena Ayala
Most Mischievous Shawna Rhinehartand Tom Molder
Best Dressed Cindy Reed and Rob Bryeans
Most Vivacious John Chambers and Kathy Runions
Most Preppie Jere Smith and Art Carver
138 seniorsMost Attractive Mary Jane Chapman and Chris Carr
David Hudson and Darla Ballard
Wittiest Cindi Moore and Burke Creecy
Lindsey Bryant and Robert Barrett
seniors 139Friendliest Robert Fortune and Harriet Mayhugh
Most Dependable Tim Hill and Angie Haley
140 seniorsMost Likely to Succeed Holley Carter and Andy Gwin
Most Studious Vickie Johnson and Daniel Sims
Most Athletic Most Talented
Brad Gentry and Cathy Carson Gary Menees and Adrienne Haddock
seniors 141Rebecca Autry
Faces of M.C.H.S. are chosen by the teachers as those behind-the-scenes people who make the school’s teams, plays, and other activities successful. They are hard-working, eager, and always ready to lend a hand. Only our appreciation can equal the immense help these people have been to the school. We hope that in the years to come Millington will continue to turn out hard-working students such as these.
Connie Peters Jere Smith Bob Springfield Yvonne Talada
142 seniorsLindsey Bryant
Lulu Turner Bailey Waits
seniors 143Community Day
The Millington Community Day was a complete success for Millington and especially for the seniors of M.C.H.S. A lot of money was raised for the Community Day and Traci Leonard Scholarship funds which go to two of our seniors. Along with this serious purpose, there were many fun activities. A Walk-a-Thon with Lamar Alexander as a major participant caused a great deal of enthusiasm, and the crowning of the Community Day King and Queen was equally exciting. John Chambers was a major contributer to the day as the youth coordinator.
Top left: Citizens walk in parade with Governor Lamar Alexander. Top right: Ed Haley receives the governor’s shirt after bidding for it. Middle left: Walking with the governor. Middle right: Honey and Lamar strolling down Millington streets. Bottom left: Queen of Millington Youth Community Day, Cynthia Hathcock Bottom right: King of Millington Youth Community Day, Kirt Oliver.
144 seniorsSeniors With A Averages
MR JOl MOR
1) Vickie Johnson 12) Lisa Gibeault
2) Benjie Amaba 13) Paul Rice
3) Wendy Durham 14) Lisa Miller
4) Pam Smith 15) Lisa Williams
5) Jay Gwin 16) John Perry
6) Karen Walls 17) Lynda Johnson
7) Kelly Simpson 18) John Moore
8) Angie Harrison 19) Yvette Harvey
9) Mike Anderson 20) Darla Ballard
10) Pete Roc 21) Patty Cutlip
11) Daniel Sim 22) Cathy Carson
seniors 145The Valedictorian for the 1982-83 school year is Miss Vickie Johnson. She is the daughter of Dan and Myra Johnson. Vickie graduates with an outstanding average of 98.35. In addition to her studies, she belongs to the Beta Club, of which she is secretary, the National Honor Society, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and the Lady M Club. This year, because of her hard work, she was elected to the Hall of Fame and named “most studious” in Who’s Who. She was also selected to Who’s Who Among American High School Students, and won third place in the General Clerical Competition for TOEC.
Vickie not only excels academically but in sports as well. Each and every year at MCHS she has lettered in volleyball, basketball, and softball. She is a very busy lady.
After graduating, our valedictorian plans to attend Christian Brother’s College in Memphis. There, she will major in Business Administration.
Benjie A. Amaba, son of Benjamin and Erlinda Amaba, is this year’s salutatorian. He has been elected class favorite every year, was the class President in his Freshman, and Sophomore years, is the President of the Student Council, is in the Hall of Fame and Who’s Who Among American High School Students. He also belongs to the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, the Fashion Club, the Beta Club, the Computer Club, and the Pep Club, to name only a few. Besides his academic activities, Benjie is an outstanding tennis player.
Benjie hopes to attend Christian Brother’s College in Memphis to study Electrical and Computer Engineering. After two years there, he plans to study at Texas Technical.
146 seniorsTop Ten
Kelly Simpson 96.81
Andy Gwin 97.14
The top 10 students of the class of 1983 are to be congratulated and commended for their hard work and determination during the last four years. These seniors have maintained the top grade point averages throughout their four years of high school. Students are listed in order of scholastic averages. The top ten averages range from 98.35 to 96.32. Their efforts and diligence pay off now through our admiration, but their true rewards, will come throughout the rest of their lives.
Top: BAND COMMITTEE — Cassandra Harris, Richard Jones, James Hines, Cherilyn Johnson, Cathy Carson, Lisa Williams, Bcnjie Amaba, Art Carver, Cindi Moore, Shay Jenkins, Lisa Banks, Yvonne Bounds, Sheila Branch, Judy Ballard, Harriet McIntyre, Sharon Roelkc. Kathy Runions, Angie Haley, Burke Crcecy, Rebecca Autry, Wendy Durham, Jon Werenskjold, Dena Ayala, Judy Williamson, Vicki Turosky, Yvonne Talada. John Binger. Todd Parsons, Joan Morrison. Lynda Johnson. Jan Bryan. Vickie Johnson, Gloria Middleton, Janice Hines, Anne Rowan, Lavonda Harkness, Vicki Rowan, Tricia Carter, Bob Springfield, Melvin Jones. Middle: DECORATION COMMITTEE — Benjic Amaba, Cathy Carson, Lisa Williams, Cindi Moore, Shay Jenkins, Yvonne Talada. Yvonne Bounds, Lisa Banks, Harriet McIntyre, Kelly Simpson, Sharon Roelke, Kathy Runions. Angie Haley, Wendy Durham, Rebecca Autry, Burke Creecy, Jon Werenskjold, Dena Ayala, Todd Parsons, Art Carver, Gloria Middleton, Brad Gentry, Bailey Waits, Anna Rowan, Tricia Carter, Angie Hogan. Sandy Wyatt, Susie Johnson. Bottom: PUBLICITY COMMITTEE — Burke Creecy, Lynda Johnson. Shawna Rhinehart, Cindy Reed. Jan Bryan, Kathy Runions, Kelly Simpson, Cindi Moore, Sharon Roelkc, Wendy Durham, Tricia Carter, Rebecca Autry, Jon Werenskjold, Vicki Trosky, Judy Williamson, Dena Ayala, Yvonne Talada, Todd Parsons, John Binger. Karen Walls, Cindy Crandall, Doris Butt, Yvette Harvey, Teresa Lane, Anne Rowan, Lavonda Harkness, Vicki Rowna, Tricia Carter, Lisa Miller, Angie Harrison, Angie Hogan, Sandy Wyatt.
148 seniorsDONNA ABELN
"There is always some specific moment when we become aware that our youth is gone; but years after, we know it was much later.
DARLA DENEEN ALLEN
"Sometimes in our life we all have pain, we all have sorrow; but if we are wise and believe in God there’s always a tomorrow.
Basketball Manager 3; Hero II 3,4.
MARY LEE ALLEN
"Sometimes it’s holding on that makes you strong; but sometimes it s letting go. ”
Arete 1; Beta Club 2, 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 2, 3.
BENJ1E ASUNCION AMABA
"I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving. ’’ Goethe
President, Student Council 4; Guidance and Attendance Assistant 4; City of Millington Environmental Board Member 4; Who’s Who 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Class Favorite 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Tennis Most Outstanding 3; Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4, President 3; Top Ten Fashion Show Model 2, 3; Fashion Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Arete 2, 3; Computer Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Pep Club 3; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 4; M Club 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Escort 3; National Leadership Institute 3; Program of Leaders (Pickwick Landing) 3; Tennessee Tomorrow (Nashville) 3; MSU Advanced Math Competition 3; State Public Service Commissioner, American Legion Boys’ State 3; Optimist International Oratorical State Finalist 1, 2; Principal’s Advisory Committee 2; MSU Wordsmith 2; MSU Geometry Competition 2; Class President 1, 2; Optimist Award Winner I; Spanish Club 1;MSU Algebra II Competition 1.
MICHAEL G. ANDERSON
"Discontent with society is the basis for change; without it we would be doomed to a monotony which would constitute death itself”
Marching and Concert Band 2, 4; Jazz Band 2; Beta 2, 4; National Honor Society 4; ROTC 1, 2; Literary Guild 1, 2; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Orchestra “Damn Yankees” 2; Arete 2, 4.
ROBBIE GENE ANDERSON, JR.
"I’ll never love anybody the way I love myself: I’m a man meant for a woman, but never found a woman that could compete.” Football 2; Basketball 2; Track 1, 2, 3,4; Hero 4; FHA 1.
"My goal in life is success; Success I shall conquer. ’’
Football 1; Basketball Manager 1, 2; Hero 2; ROTC 1. 2, 4; Drill Team 4.
TRACEY JAYNE ARCHER
"Time goes by so fast it seems, youth is quickly lost. We all must pay the price for dreams, no matter what the cost. So have good dreams all full of smiles, with love and hope for all. If you’re prepared for those future miles, you may stumble but you'll never fall. ”
TOEC 3; Concert Choir 4.
SUSAN DARLENE ARMSTRONG
"I will make this day a happy one. for I alone can determine what kind of day it will be. ’’
TIMOTHY HOYT EARL ASHER III
"I want to live. I want to grow. I want to see. I weht to know. I want to share what I can give. want to be. ”
Maranatha 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3; Track 1,2, 4; Cross Country 1,4; M Club 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3.4.
REBECCA JO AUTRY
"Great is the power of might and mind. BUT ONLY LOVE CAN MAKE US KIND . . . and all we are or hope to be is empty pride and vanity ... if love is not a part of all. THE GREATEST MAN IS VERY SMALL!”
Student Council 1, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; TOEC 3; Cheerleader 1; Office Worker 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3,4; Pep Club 3, 4; Powder Puff 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Who’s Who 4.
"Friendship and love are always in style. Pa aterseende!”
Exchange Student From Sweden; Powder Puff Football 4.
seniors 149DIANA BELINDA ANASTASIA AYALA
"I see my future at the rainbow's end, happy hours, timeless friends ... If ! ever chance to find my way. rest assured — will stay. ’Cause nobody knows what dreams I see. Ain’t nobody really sure who they wanna’be — DO. ME!”
Who’s Who 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Cheerleader I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Spanish Club 2; Fashion Club 3, 4; Arete 1, 3, 4; M Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Lady M Club I, 2, 3, 4; Literary Guild 3; Physics Club 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1,2,3; FCA 3.
TERRY WAYNE BAGLEY
”lt isn’t life that makes mistakes with people, but it’s people that make mistakes with life. ”
Vica VAM 3,4.
DONNA MAE BAILEY
"Virtue seldom walks forth without Vanity at her side. ”
Beginner Band 2; Intermediate Band 3,4; Marching Band 4.
DEBRA D’ANN BAIN
'All our lives we think we are in love. When we finally find our real true love, we seem to mess it up. I'm very sorry Jamie. Please forgive me! I love and need you forever!”
Spanish 1; Pep Club 3; TOEC 3; Dcca 4; Powder Puff 4; Bela Club 4.
DARLA LANE BALLARD
"Yesterday is already a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision, but today. well lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happenings and every tomorrow a vision of hope. ”.
Arete I, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; FHA I; Guidance Worker 4; Lady Trojans 1, 2; MCHS Fashion Board 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; TOEC 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2; Who's Who 4.
JUDY ANN BALLARD
"Success is the key to life. Therefore, take life as you want it to be. not as it is.”
FHA 2; Freshman Cheerleader 1; Hero II 3, 4; Track Manager 3.
LISA LYNETTE BANKS
"It is not enough to do good, one must do it the right way. ”
ROTC 3; Gospel Choir 3,4; Concert Choir 3, 4.
ROBERT ALLEN BARRETT
"We ain’t what we ought a be. we ain’t what we want a be. we ain’t what we gonna be. but thank God we ain’t what we was. ”
Basketball 1; Cross Country 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Physics Club 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Memphis State Math Contest 3; Who’s Who 4; M Club 3, 4.
"He is wiser who listens much and talks less. ”
Hero I; Hero II; Basketball; FAA; Wrestling; Pep Club.
GERALD DWAYNE BEAN
"Life is to believe in yourself, defending one you love, trusting your friends, caring for your family, and having faith that God will see you through.”
ROTC 2, 3,4; Track 2, 3,4; Cross Country 3,4.
MARTIN F. BELINC III
"Hope for the best, prepare for the worst, and take what comes. ” Wrestling 1, 2; Deca 3,4.
PAULA DENISE BELK
"The pursuit of truth will set you free — even if you never catch up with it.”
TOEC 3,4; Pep Club 3.
150 seniorsSHELLEY BELL
"We should try to enjoy life, not worry about trying to make life enjoyable. "
Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball I, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Newspaper Staff I, 2; Editor 2.
MARK AUBREY BELLORA
"Don't believe the world owes you a living; the world owes nothing, it was here first." Robert Burdet Football 4; Vica-VAM 3,4.
JEFF BEN DOR F
"The grass withers, the flowers fade, but the word of God shall stand forever." Isaiah 40:3.
"Happy moments from the past live on in memories that last and last."
DUJUAN NARVELL BENTON
"The key to real success in life is how close you are with God "
Pep Club 1,2; Basketball 2, 3,4; HERO I I, 2; FHA 2; Football 1; Beta Club 2, 3; Computer Club 4; ROTC 3; Physics Club 4.
JOHN ROBERT BINGER
"I have the simplest of tastes... I am always satisfied with the best. Football 1, 3, Manager 4; Baseball 2; Track 4; Spanish Club I; French Club 4.
TAMMY MICHELLE BLACKWELL
"I shall pass through this world but once. If therefore, there be any kindness can show or any good thing I can do. let me do it now. for I shall never pass this way again." There is a special place in my heart for my parents for being there and helping me through my high school years.
Girls- Choir I; HERO III.
ALICE ELAINE BLAND
"Sillin' and wishin’ won't improve our fate. The good Lord provides the fish, but we have to dig the bait."
ROTC I,2, 3, 4; DrillTeam I,2, 3,4; FHA 1,2,4, Secretary 2; Gospel Choir 3, 4; Girls' Choir 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Literary Guild 1, 2; Library Helper I; ESSA I.
VALARIE DENICE BLAND
"But I say unto you love your enemies, bless them that curse you. do good to them that hate you. and pray for them which despitefully use you and persecute you." Matthew 3:44 Basketball 1;Track 2; HERO I 2, 3; ROTC I.
KAREN ANN BLAYDES
"Ask counsel, we pray thee, of God. that we may know whether our way which we go shall be prosperous." Judges 18:5.
Library Helper 3, 4; HERO II 3, 4; Flag Girl 4; Marching Band 4; Literary Guild 3,4.
TRACY DIANE BLEVINS
"Lord, help me walk just one more mile. I'm tired of walking all alone. Lord, help me smile another smile. I know I just can't make it on my own."
ANTHONY RAY BOUNDS
"No one knows what he can do. until he does it."
ROTC 1, 2; Beginning Band I, 2; Intermediate Band 1; Chorus 4.
seniors 151YVONNE DcCARLOS BOUNDS
'Wo trumpets sound when the important decisions of our life are made. Destiny is made known silently."
VICA Cosmetology 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Literary Guild 4.
DEANNA MICHELLE BOWERS
"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."
Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4.
SUSAN LUTRICIA BOX
To a special someone: maybe you'll remember all the good times we had and want to relive them."
General Chorus 2. 3.
BYRON AVANT BRADFORD
"Go placidly, amid the noise and hate and remember what peace there may be in silence."
Wrestling 2, 3,4; Football 3. 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Mr. MCHS.
CRYSTAL DENISE BRADFORD
"Judge not another from your high and lofty seat. Step down into the arena where he and his problems meet. We judge others by their actions. but we judge ourselves by our intentions. Man. by himself, is priced for thirty pieces: Judas sold himself, not Christ."
H FRO 4; FH A 3; Literary Guild 3; Pep Club 3.
SHEILA DALAINE BRANCH
I behaved myself as though he had been my friend or brother. I bowed down heavenly as one that mourneth for his mother." Psalm 35:14 HERO I 3; HERO II 4; Girls’ Chorus 3, 4; General Chorus 4; Gospel Choir 3,4.
PHIL JOSEPH BRANDIS
"I've done my time, now we must part. So long suckers!"
"Happiness is the best medicine."
STEPHANIE RENEE BRASWELL
"A failure is one who quits without trying again. In order to succeed in life, one must try. try again."
FHA I, 2; TOEC 2, 3,4; Yearbook Staff 4; Pep Club 4; Literary Guild.
SHELTON MITCHELL BRIDGES
"Be careful of the words you say to keep them soft and sweet. You never know from day to day. which ones you may have to eat!"
VICA 3.4; DECA 4.
SHEILA LYNNE BROOKS
"Love knows no limit to its endurance, no end to its trust, no fading of its hope. It can outlast anything! Love still stands when all else has fallen."
Literary Guild 2: Pep Club 2; TOEC 2; Powder Puff 3. 4.
THERESA GAIL BROWN
"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."
Spanish Club 2; French Club 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Powder Puff 3; Pep Club I, 2, 3; Literary Guild 2, 3; Arete 2, 3,4.
152 seniorsTRACY LYN BROWN
"You can fall from a mountain, you can fall from above, but the best place to fall is to fall in love."
JANET LYNN BRYAN
"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 well worth remembering. ”
FH A 1; Pep Club 3; TOEC 3. 4; Powder Puff 4
LINDSEY JoANNA ELIZABETH BRYANT
"Be yourself! No one can tell you you re doing it wrong."
Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Math Club 3. 4; Lady “M“ Club 2; Pep Club 3; Trojanctte 3; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Memphis State Math Contest 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Track Manager 1; Volleyball Manager 2. 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Who’s Who 4.
ROBERT EDWARD BRYEANS
"Do not pray for easy lives. Pray to be stronger men! Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers. Pray for powers equal to your tasks."
Football 1; French Club 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Office Worker 3; Rodeo Club 4; Who’s Who 4
VALARIE ELAINE BURNETT
"A burning candle — both ends burning to an endless mile. It will take a friend to share the lonesome times, with a handshake and a sip of wine. So say it loud and let it ring, we're all a part of everything; the present, future, and the past, so walk on proud class of "83". we're all free, free at last."
TOEC 3. 4; JV Cheerleader 3.
WANDA JEAN BURNS
"These few short years have been some of the best of my life but now it‘s time to go on with my future. MCHS has put an impression on me; now I am ready to take my chances. Thanks Mom ana Dad."
Literary Guild 2; TOEC 3; DECA 4; Powder Puff 4.
JILL ELIZABETH BUTLER
"For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face; now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known." I Cor. 13:12.
Cross Country I. 2, 3. 4; Track 1, 2; Beta Club 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. Vice President 4; Yearbook 3. Editor 4; Spanish Club 1; French Club 2; M-Club I. 2, 3. 4; Physics Club 3. 4; Pep Club 4; Lady M-Club I. 2; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Hall of Fame 4.
DORIS FAYE BUTT
"Life is all sunshine, music, color, and dance — between growing pains." Attendance Worker 1; French Club I. 2. 3; National Education Development Test 1. 2; Arete 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3. 4; Office Worker 2, 3. 4; Play Production 2; ‘‘Oklahoma!’’ 1, “Music Man’’ 2. “Damn Yankees’’ 3, “Hansel and Gretel” 4; The International Thespian Society 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 2.4; Trojanctte 2; Literary Guild 2. 4; National Honor Society 3,4; National Council of Teachers of English 3; Close-Up 3; Physics Club 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Teacher’s Aide 3; Yearbook Staff 3. Business Manager 4; National Competitive Scholarship Examination 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; who's Who in American High School Students 4.
ERNEST T. CALHOUN, JR.
"Ask me no questions, and I'll tell you no fibs."
Basketball 1,2,4; Football 4; Tennis 4.
KEVIN LEE CAMP
"We can walk our roads together, if our goals are all the same. We can run alone and free, if we pursue a different thing. Let the truth of love be lighted, let the love of truth shine clear. Sensibility. On with sense and liberty, with the heart and mind united in a single, perfect sphere." Rush Hemispheres
Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Literary Guild 2, 3; Industrial Arts Fair 2, 3, 4.
LESLIE NICOLE CAMPBELL
"To live your life in your own way ... To reach for the goals you have set for yourself. .. To be the you that you want to be. that is success" Special thanks to my teachers who taught me everything, and to my parents and brothers. ‘7 love
ARETE 2. 4; Beta Club 4; TOEC 2; Lady Trojans 1, 2, 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; Basketball 1,2,4; Volleyball 1; M Club 1, 2. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Powder Puff Football 4; National Honor Society 4; Teacher’s Aide 1,2, 4.
"Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see the beauty in them, and try to follow and believe in where they lead."
FH A 1; HERO 3; Literary Guild 3; Track 4; French 4; DECA 4; Pep Club 4.
seniors 153WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER CARR
"The fool doth think he is wise, hut the wise man knows himself to be a fool. " Football 3, 4; Beta Club 3.4; National Honor Society 3,4; FCA 4; Who's Who 4.
CATHY ANN CARSON
"Yesterday’s memories are like today's dreams. You remember how wonderful it was and dream it could happen again! '’ Mom and Pad. thanks for everything! love you!
Cross Country 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3. 4; Softball 1, 2. 3. 4; Beta Club 3. 4; Powder Puff 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Arete I, 2, 3. 4; M Club 2. 3, 4; Lady Trojans 1. 2, 3. 4; FCA 3, 4; Hero II 2, Secretary 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; FHA I, 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Attendance Worker 4; Who’s Who 4.
HOLLEY BRIGITTE CARTER
"To my friends at M.C.H.S. I want to say a special Thanks' to those who stood beside me when I did not want to stand alone — those who helped me to laugh when I felt bad and those who held me when I cried. love you all for sharing these 4 years of special times with me the happy and the sad "
Freshman Cheerleader I; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary I, 2, 3. 4; Beta Club 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Homecoming Court 2, 4; Winter Festival Court 3; Pep Club I. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3; TOEC 2. 3. 4; Computer Club 3. 4; Physics Club 3. President 4; M Club I. 2. 3. 4; Office Worker 2. 3; Teacher s Aide 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Lady M Club 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who 4.
PATRICIA LYNN CARTER
"Dreaming is easy but making those dreams come true takes hard work. Thanks for everything Mom. Dad. Carol. Bubba. and the Martins'."
FHA I; HOSA 2. Reporter-Historian 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Powdcrpuff 3. 4.
ARTHUR WALTER CARVER
"Half of the world is composed of people who have something to say and can't, and the other half have nothing to say and keep on saying it."
MSU Math Contest 1. 2. 3; MSU Wordsmith I, 2; Band I. 2; Basketball 1, 3; Football 1,2; Tennis 3. 4; Powdcrpuff Coach 3. 4; M Club 2. 3. 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Physics Club 4; FCA 2. 3. 4; Maranalha 3, 4; Literary Guild 3. 4; Annual Staff 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4; Who’s Who 4.
"You see things, and you say 'why'? But I dream things that never were, and I say why not ’?" — George Bernard Shaw
FHA I, Representative I; FFA 3; BB and BS I, Treasurer I; Literary Guild 4.
JOHN CARL CHAMBERS
"If it is to be. it will be me "
Wrestling I, 2, 3; Football I; Thespians 1, 2. 3, 4, President 4; Pep Club 3; Powdcrpuff Football Coach 3. 4; “You’re a Good Man. Charlie Brown" I; “Music Man” 2; “Damn Yankees" 3; Who’s Who 4 Track 2, 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Physics Club 4.
"I wish for you adventure in your uniqueness. Be vourself. not someone else. Never lose sight of the fun of you. or what God wants you to be. Always remember that you are His way of being creative, 'cause if we meet, and you forget me. you have lost nothing; but if you meet Jesus Christ, and forget him. you have lost everything "
Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4; Winter Festival Court 2; Homecoming Court 3. 4; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club I. 2, 3. Treasurer 4; Office Worker 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Assistant 2, 3; Physics Club 3,4; Computer Club 3. 4. Vice President 4; Lady M Club 2. 3. 4; M Club 2. 3. 4; French Club 2; TOEC 2. 3; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Who’s Who 4.
LISA DENISE CHASE
"I leave this school remembering all the great times I've had. Some people succeed and some don't. But. without the help and courage of three lovely people I wouldn't have made it at all. Thanks Mom. Dad. and Frank. I love you! Goodbye MC.HS.r
TOEC 2, 3, 4; Maranatha I, 2, 3; DECA 4; 1st Place Winner Parliamentary Procedure Team 2, 3.
KENNETH MARTIN CHILDRESS II
"There comes a time in everyone's life when they must break away. It seems so hard to think about, but you know you cannot stay. Just remember that we're SENIORS now. an honor we must portray, but keep in mind that great moment, graduation day. from which the Lord will lead the way."
"Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning "
"A timely word may lessen stress, but a loving word can heal and bless." 4-H 1,2; FBLA 1,2; Pep Club 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4.
“Take your time, think a lot. Think of everything you’ve got — for you may he here tomorrow, hut your dreams may not.”
HERO 1, 2, 3; Maranatha 2; Powder Puff 3; TOEC 4; DECA 4; Food Service 1,2; Teachers’ Aide 3,4.
CHERYL MARIE COLTER
"We are of age. we are in time, we are forever. Right now when the power is mine. I leave you heaven and earth. I leave you never, and living to love is the reason we shine.” “Scooby!”
Track I, 2, 3; Basketball 3; Softball 3; Drama 3; Powder Puff 3, 4.
“Beauty changes with the passing season, except in the heart, where the true beauty begins."
Cheerleader I, 2; Pep Club 2, 4; Student Council 4; Attendance Worker 3.
CHARLES HENRY SCHEVELL CONNER
“You never know what you can do until you try. ”
ROTC 1, 2; Band 2; Football 1, 2, 4; Wrestling 3; HERO 1114; Cross Country 3.
BENNIE RICHARD COPELAND
“Take your time. Think a lot. Think of everything you’ve got. For you will be there tomorrow but your dreams may not. ”
Football Manager 2, 3; French Club 2; AIASIA 3; Computer Club 3; Concert Choir 4; ‘‘Hansel and Gretel” 4; Track 1.
NINA KAYE COSTELLO
“It is not doing the things we like to do. but liking the things we have to do that makes life blessed. ”
Volleyball I; Lady Trojans 1; FHA 1; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Literary Guild 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Teacher’s Aide 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Faces 4.
LORETTA LYNN COUNCE
“To dream of the person you want to be. is to waste the person you are."
HERO II 4; Powdcrpuff 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3.
“Journeys end in lovers meeting, every wise man’s son doth know. ”
KAREN LYNN COX
“Sometimes glad, sometimes sad; even mischievous; but never bad. ” Cheerleader 2; Band 1; Softball 2.
BOBBY STEVEN COX
“I’d rather run and run till I'm out of breath than slow down and be bored to death."
National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Baseball 4; Computer Club 4; Who’s Who 4.
CINDY ANN CRANDALL
“We can control our destinies. We can reshape our lives. We are not fated to be forever as we have always been. “
French 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary Guild 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Trojancttc 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Maranatha 1; Physics Club 4.
“No man can lose what he never had."
seniors 155H. BURKE CREECY
"The great pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do. ’’ Football I, 2, 3; Civitan Champ 2; Optimist Award 2; M Club 2, 3, 4; Track Manager 2; FCA 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Physics Club 3, 4; Who's Who 4.
RITA RENEE CROWDER
"A person shouldn't be judged by what she looks like or has but for what she is."
FHA 2; Flcro 3; Gospel Choir 2; Track 2, 3.
LAURIE ANN CRUTCHFIELD
"Learn as though you were to live forever. Live as though you were to die tomorrow.”
Pep Club 1, 2; Maranatha 1; Vica-Cosmctology 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 3.
"Progress always involves risk. You can't steal second base and keep your foot on first."
VICA VAM I 3; VICA VAM II 4.
RHONDA LYNN CURAN
"A true love is one who will laugh when you laugh and cry when you cry. but in the end when all things collide, your TRUE LOVE will stand by your side."
Pep Club 1,2; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2; TOEC 2.
PATRICIA DAWN CUTLIP
"Success is failure turned inside-out — The silver tint of clouds of doubt, so stick to the fight when you’re hardest hit — It’s when things seem worst that you mustn’t quit."
FHA 1; VICA-Cosmetology 2, 4; Attendance Worker 3, 4; Office Worker 3,4; Track Manager 2; National Honor Society 3,4.
MELVIN JAMES DAVEY, JR.
"If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue or walk with kings — Nor lose the common touch. If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you. If all men count with you. but not too much; If you can fill the unforgiving minute, with sixty seconds’ worth of distance run. yours is the earth and everything that’s in it and — what is more — You’ll be a man."
TRACI MICHELE DAVIS
"Look around and choose your ground for long you live and high you fly, and smiles you’ll give and tears you’ll cry. and all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be."
HOSA Club 3; Pep Club 4; AIA 4.
TIMOTHY O'BRIEN DENT
“The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed."
Yearbook Photographer 2,4; Computer Club 2; Quill and Scroll 4.
ENZO LUIGI DICKENS
"Take me to the station. Put me on the train. I got no expectations To pass thru here again. ’’
VICA-VAB 1.2, 3,4.
"Happy are those who dream dreams, and are ready to pay the price to make them come true. ”
FHA 1; Literary Guild 2; Spanish Club 2; TOEC 3; Computer Club 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3,4; Focus on Memphis 4.
156 seniorsBRENDA KAYE DIGGS
"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 well worth remembering. "
Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; HERO II 2. 3, 4, Vice President 3; NJROTC 3, 4; Supply Officer 4.
MICHAEL SCOTT DOOLEY
"Courage is the ladder on which all other virtues mount.’’
Tennis 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3,4.
JOHNNY WAYNE DUNAWAY
"Live each moment as if it were your last. Don’t look back and never look ahead, because that is the past and future. The time is now. so smile and say thank God I’m still alive. I don’t know where I’m going but I’m on my way."
Maranatha Club 3; Electronics Club 2.
WENDY LYNETTE DURHAM
"God gave us memories, so that in life's garden, there may be June roses in December."
Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4; Class President 4; Principal’s Advisory Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Favorite I, 2. 3; Homecoming Court 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; M Club 1, 2; Lady M Club 1,2; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; The Music Man 2; Damn Yankees 3; Basketball I; Tennis Team 1; Cheerleader 2; Girls’ State 3; Fashion Show 2, 3; Powder Puff 3; Teacher’s Aide I, 4; Office Worker 2; Leadership and Free Enterprise Program 3; Tenn. Math Teachers’ Association Contest 1,2, 3, 4.
VALORIE LYNN ECKHART
"In this world, it is not what we take up. but what we give up. that makes us rich."
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; “Damn Yankees” 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4.
MARY ELIZABETH ELLERBROOK
"A man that hath friends must show himself friendly; and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother." — Prov. 18:24 Cross Country 1. Manager 3, 4; French Club 2; TOEC 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3; Arete 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4; Pep Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4.
MARIA CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH EKSTRAND
"Give the world the best you have and the best will come back to you. ’’ Powdcrpuff 4; Pep Club 4.
"It is a misery to be born, a pain to live, trouble to die."
"Small minds are easily amused. ’’
TRACI MARIE FERENCE
"I've got wild staring eyes . . . and I’ve got a strong urge to fly . . But I’ve got nowhere to fly to... ”— Pink Floyd Rodeo Club 3,4; Powdcrpuff 4.
‘7 finally made it. ”
DEBRA KAY FLANAGAN
"Life is too short to worry about unimportant things. Reach for the sky and touch a star; and then you ’ll find your dream. Because dreaming alone is a shame indeed; but if you’ve got love, that's all you need. So be young, be foolish but be happy."
seniors 157ROBERT WILLARD FORTUNE III
“The mind and the body are one. As one grows, so does the other. The bigger and stronger the body becomes, the more intelligent the mind.” Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3. 4; Cross Country 4; Track 4; DECA 3; FCA 3, 4; Hero II 3; M Club I, 2, 3, 4; Spanish 4; Who's Who 4; Football 1; Maranatha 4.
“It is an honor for a man to cease from strife: but every fool will be meddling. ”— Proverbs 20:3
GARY LOUIS GAVROCK
“Hope for the best, prepare for the worst, and take what comes. ” Football 1, 2, 3,4; M Club 2, 3, 4; VICA 3, 4.
EDWARD JOHN GAWLIK III
“Half of what say is meaningless; but I say it so that the other half may reach you."
Football 1, 2, 3,4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3; FCA 3. 4; Spanish 2, 3; Computer Club 4.
CHARLES BRAD GENTRY
“Students, set your goal and be a success; that’s the only way you can make it into today's world. “
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; M Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention — All District Football 3.
“The malicious have a dark happiness. ”
ELIZABETH ANN GIBEAULT
“The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.”— Winston Churchill
National Honor Society 3, 4; Bela Club 2, 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4; Trojanette 3, 4, President 4; French Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Sadie Hawkins Publicity Committee 3; “Damn Yankees” 3; Fourth Runner-Up Miss Millington Pageant 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Hall of Fame 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; NEMA Award Winner 4.
MARK EVERETT GROSS
“There are those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who wonder what happens. ”
JAY ANDREW GWIN
“Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for. it is a thing to be achieved. ”
National Honor Society 3, 4; American Legion Boys’ State 3; MSU Math Contest 1, 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Swing Choir 3, 4; Gospel Choir 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Arete 1, 3, 4; Marching Band 1,2; Concert Band 1, 2; Band Solo-Ensemble 2; Wrestling 1; Octagon Club 2; Physics Club 3; Computer Club 4; Teacher’s Aide 3, 4; Who’s Who 4; Hall of Fame.
ADRIENNE MERRELL HADDOCK
“To dream the impossible dream; to fight the unfightable foe; to bear the unbearable sorrow; to run where the brave dare not go; to right the unrightable wrong; to love pure and chaste from afar; to try when your arms are too weary; to reach the unreachable star. This is my quest: to follow that star. Ho matter how hopeless; no matter how far ... to be willing to march into hell for a heavenly cause ... to reach the unreachable star. ”— “The Quest" by Joe Darion and Mitch Leigh French Club 1; Literary Guild Secretary 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; All-West Regional Choir 3, 4; All-State Choir 3, 4; American Institute for Foreign Studies 2; Play Productions 2, 3, 4; International Thespian Club 2, 3, 4; “Oklahoma” 1; “Music Man” 2; “Damn Yankees” 3; “Hansel and Gretel” 4; Who’s Who 4.
CARL LEE HAGER
"A man must have his dreams — memory dreams of the past and eager dreams of the future. never want to stop reaching for new goals.”— Maurice Chevalier
Pep Club 2, 4; Spanish Club 3; Close Up 3, 4; Literary Guild 3, 4; DECA 3,4; American Institute for Foreign Study 3.
CYNTHIA DANNETTE HALBROOK
“Ho one can tell you the meaning of love except yourself. I believe love is giving and forgiving. ”
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2; Literary Guild 3, 4; Octagon Club 2, 4; Physics Club 4; Jazz Band 4; Marching Band 2, 3,4.
158 seniorsMICHAEL LOUIS HALE
"With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world. Be careful, strive to be happy."
Beta Club 3, 4; Chess Club I; DECA Club 3, 4, State Voting Delegate
3, President 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; MSU Math Contest 1,3.
ROY ANTHONY HALE
“When the other fellow overlooks a rule of etiquette, he's rude; but when I skip a few rules. I'm original!"
Computer Club 3; DECA 3,4; Spanish Club 4.
ANGELA DENISE HALEY
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are liny matters compared to what lies within us."
Softball I, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Volleyball I; Varsity Volleyball Mgr. 1, 2; Varsity Basketball Mgr. I, 2, 3; DECA 3, 4, Reporter 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Literary Guild 1, 2; Arete 4; Computer Club 4; FCA 3. 4; Lady Trojan 1.2. 3, 4; M Club 1.2. 3.4; Who's Who
JOE HAMILTON, JR.
"I never want to leave this country; all my relatives are lying here in the ground, and when fall to pieces I am going to fall to pieces here. ” Football 3, VICA-VAB 3, 4.
"Happiness adds and multiplies as you divide it with others.
LAVONDA REGINA HARKNESS
"Life is believing in yourself, defending the one you love, caring for your family, and having faith that God will see you through.
Maranatha 2, 4; VICA-Cosmetology 2, 3. 4. President 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students.
CASSANDRA “SANDY" LAFAYE HARRIS
"Those who do will; those who don't won't. There is only one way to achieve happiness on this terrestrial ball, and that is to have either a clear conscience, or none at all."
Beta Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 4; Close-Up 3, 4; Wrestling Mgr. 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Guidance Worker 4; Student Council Vice President 4; FHA Club 1; Track 3, 4; Literary Guild 2, 4; Physics Club 4; Math Club 4.
ANGELA DEANN HARRISON
"He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often, and loved much."
Beta Club 3, 4; National Society 3, 4; Pep Club 2. 3, 4, Vice President 4; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Literary Guild 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Girls' State 3; Volleyball 1; Wordsmith 2; Yearbook 3, 4, Senior Section Editor 4; DECA 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Attendance Office Worker 1, 2; Teacher's Aide 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Arete I. 2, 3, 4; Who's Who
YVETTE MICHELE HARVEY
"Remember that the greatest underdeveloped territory lies under your hat and you can only get out of the bank of life what you deposit in it. ” Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Arete 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Publicity Committee 3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Freshman Executive Council 1; Math Club 1, 2; Speech Club 1, 2; Student Council I, 2, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Paper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Editor Newspaper 4; Assistant Editor Epic Magazine 3; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; Thespians 3, 4; Literary Guild 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Focus Memphis 4; Treasurer of Literary Guild 4; Saturday Scholars 4; Close-Up 4; Washington University Scholarship Competition 4; Secretary of Mu Alpha Theta 4.
THOMAS W. HAZLETT
"The average man is more interested in a woman who is interested in him than he is in a woman — any woman — with beautiful legs."
MARY BETH HEALY
"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!"
CHERYL DAWN HILL
"If you don’t love someone, let them be the first to know; if you do love someone tell them often. So I will. I love you Paul."
seniors 159TIMOTHY LEE HILL
"Seeking means to have a goal, but finding means to be free."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Hero 3; FCA 3, 4; Deca 3, 4; Parliamentarian 4; Track 3, 4; All County Football 4; Who's Who 4; Maranatha 4.
JAMES HARVEY HINES, JR.
"It is nice to be loved, so love someone."
Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Freshman Football 1; Hero 4; FHA 4; Mog Band 2; JA
JANICE HARLETTA HINES
'What you are is God's gift to you. What you make of yourself is your gift to God."
FHA 2, 3, 4; Literary Guild 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4; Guidance Aide 2, 3, 4; HOSA 3; JA Secretary 2; Red Cross 3.
ANGELA KAY HOGAN
"Life is God's gift to you. What you do with your life is your gift to God."
Maranatha I, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Powdcrpuff Football 3; “Damn Yankees” 3; “Hansel and Gretel" 4; Homecoming Picture Back Drop 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins 3.
JAMES LEONARD HONEYCUTT
"As it is written, there is none righteous, no. not one: And these shall go away into everlasting punishment: But the righteous into life eternal. For by grace are ye saved through faith: and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast. " Romans 3:10. Matthew 25:46. and Ephesians 2:8 and 9.
Drama I; Choir 1, 4; Football Mgr. I, 2; Band 2. 3; Photography 2; ASB 2; Play Production 4; Thespians 4.
"Without honesty there is no truth; without truth there is no love; without love there is nothing."
DAVID FRANKLIN HUDSON
"You must sacrifice the things that you want to do for the things you must do. ’
Football 1.2. 3; VICA VAB 3.4; FCA 3,4; Optimist Winner I; Civitan Bowl Champion 2; Who’s Who 4.
DERRICK RENARD HUNT
"When you go through life, success is yours for the taking, but you have to have the desire and the determination to achieve it."
Football 1, 2, 4; Intermediate Band 2; Jazz Band 3; Marching Band 3; Concert Band 3; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Staff 2, 3. 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Assistant Drill Team Co. 3; Executive Officer 4; Honor Guard 3; M Club 4; FHA Club 1; Track 1,2,4.
FRANCHISKA LASHAY JENKINS
"The end for which we all more or less strive is happiness. Our differences in behavior are due to our different notions of what happiness
FHA I, 2, 3; Pep Club 4; Maranatha 3, 4; Literary Guild 4; VICA-Cosmetology 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; VICA Competition 3, 4; Gospel Choir; Teacher’s Aide 2.
"But I say unto you. that whosoever is angry with thy brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgement." Matthew 5:22 FHA I; Flag Girl 1; JV Cheerleader 2; HOSA 3; HERO 1114; Track 4; Maranatha 4.
JOHNNIE “RENEE” JOHNSON
"One of the real joys of our lives is having friends and keeping in touch with them."
Spanish Club 2; Rodeo Club 2; Pep Club 3; TOEC 3, 4.
LYNDA GRACE JOHNSON
"When you love someone, love them each day and each moment to the fullest because you never know when God will take them away." Basketball 1; Volleyball 1, 2; Lady Trojans I, 2; TOEC 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Arete 2, 3,4.
“If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.“ Volleyball 1; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, President 3, 4; FHA Shelby County Subregional President 3; TOEC 3, 4; DECA 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Trojanctte 4; Thespian 4; Office Worker 2, 3, 4; Leadership Conference 3.
VICKIE LYNNE JOHNSON
“No one is any better than you, but you are no better than anyone else until you do something to prove it."
Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; Lady M 2, 3, 4; Arcta 2, 3,4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3,4; Who’s Who 4.
CAROLYN ELIZABETH JONES
“Without a little rain, life would have no rainbows. “
FHA I; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Colorguard 1, 2; Executive Officer 3; Company Commander 4; Drill Team 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Guidance Worker 4; Teacher’s Aide 3; Concert Choir 4; Gospel Choir 4.
“Build a little fence around trust today. Fill the space with loving work and therein stay. Look not through the sheltering bars upon tomorrow. God will help thee bear what comes of joy or sorrow. “
Gospel Choir 3,4; Track 4.
RICHARD TODD JONES
“For all these things do the nations of the world seek after: and your Father knoweth that ye have need of these things. But rather seek ye the kingdom of God; and all these things shall be added unto ye“ St. Luke 12:30-31
Who’s Who Among American High School Students; HERO III, Officer 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Senior Representative 4; Band Section Leader 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; FHA Sub-Regional Officer 4; Basketball 3,4.
DIANA LYNN KELLEY
“Yesterday is already a dream . . . and tomorrow is only a vision. ”
MARY MARGUERITE NATASSIA KENNY
“See as a child sees. .. the joy. the wonder, the hope. “
4-H 1; Maranatha 2, 3,4; Literary Guild 4; Physics 4; Track 2.
QUENTIN (SCOTT) KLINKEFUS
"In the final analysis, more people depend on solar energy for snow removal than any other method."
Football 1, 2; Track I; Baseball 1; Woodshop 1,2; Metals 1; Welding 1; DE 3; DECA 3; Drafting 3; VAM 4.
“Better is half a loaf than no bread. “
DONNA JEAN KYSETH
“The countless days we leave behind become the mirrors of our minds."
Pep Club 1,4; Literary Guild 1,2; FHA 4.
MICHAEL STEPHEN LABONTE
“It is not from space that I must seek my dignity, but from the government of my thought. By space the universe encompasses and swallows me up like an atom; by thought I comprehend the world. ” — Pascal Beta Club 3,4; Newspaper Feature Editor 3, Coeditor 4; Concert Choir 4; Debate 4.
JOHNNY RAY LAIRD
“God gave us two ends — one to sit on and one to think with. Success depends on which one we use most. Heads we win. tails we lose. ” Baseball 3,4; M Club 4.
seniors 161DONNY LANE
"He is not happy that knoweth not himself happy."
TERESA SUZANNE LANE
" will persist until I succeed. will be like unto the raindrop which washes away the mountain; the art who devours a tiger; the star which brightens the earth; the slave who builds a pyramid. I will build my castle one brick at a time for I know that small attempts, repeated, will complete any undertaking."
Concert and Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4. President 4, Field Commander 4; "Damn Yankees" Orchestra: Octagon Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Track 2; Beta Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Thespians 3,4; Computer Club 4.
SEAN E. LAWRENCE
"How many roads must a man walk down before you call him a man?"
DEBORAH LYNN LIEBENGOOD
"There is no fear in love, for perfect love casts out fear."
Cross Country 1; Spanish Club 2; Arete 1; M Club 2.
JAMES BRIAN LIGHTFOOT
"There ain't a cowboy that can't be throwed, and there ain't a horse that can't be rode."
Marching Band 2, 3; Rodeo Club 2, 3, President 4.
"Ho good to them that hate you."
VALERIE ANN LINKOUS
"If a man does not make new acquaintances as he advances through life, he will soon find himself alone. A man. sir, should keep his friendship in constant repair."
Pep Club 2, 4; French Club 3; Literary Guild Club 2, 3; Thespian Club 2, 3,4; TOEC Club 4; Sadie Hawkins Publicity Committee 3.
DAVID ERNEST LONG
"If anything is worth doing, it's worth doing right the first time." Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4.
DAVID EUGENE LONG
"Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed. " Alexander Pope
ROBERT (BOBBY) A. LONIER II
"A goal should be in everyone's life, because if you strive for it and succeed, you will have accomplished part of your life."
Track I; Physics Club 3,4; Computer Club 3,4.
DANYA CANDIS LORIMER
"If I had learned education I would not have had time to learn anything else."
Choir 4; Drama 3; Pep Club 3.
PAUL DOUGLAS LUCAS
"To Dawn with all my love. Happy graduation." — Love, Paul VICA 3.4.
162 seniorsMARY MARGARET MacSAVENY
"A senior seeks the end only to find a new beginning around the corner."
Intermediate Band 1; Concert Band 2, 3; Choir 4; Octagon 2. 3; Treasurer Octagon 3; Band Class Representative 3.
LISA JOANN MAIORIELLO
"If you see a person's fault you hale, you probably have that same fault in yourself."
Spanish Club 2; HERO III 2, 3.
PATRICIA HAZEL MALLORY
"I never forget the past, hut I'll live for today. Most of all I'll look toward the future because it's the most important dav."
Pep Club 3.4; FH A 2, 3.4; HERO 4.
JOY ARLAYNE MALONE
"Coming together is a start; working together is progress; staying together is success."
Volleyball I. 2. 3. 4; HERO II 3, 4; Basketball I. 2. 3,4; Softball I, 3, 4; FHA I; Pep Club 2,3,4; Lady Trojan 1,2.
PATRICIA GAIL MARLOW
"People will talk, as you know. Don't let it get you down because you know what is and isn't so!"
Spanish Club I; Cross Country 2. 3; Pep Club 2; Powder Puff Football 4; DECA 4.
MARTHA (BECKY) ELIZABETH MARSHALL
"Love is like a piece of gold, hard to get and hard to hold."
TOEC 3,4; Job Interview I 3.
RICHARD LEE MARTIN
"He who drinketh a fifth on the fourth, will not be able to go forth on the fifth."
DAVID ANDREW MARTINEZ
"Time is the main ingredient in life."
VAB 3, 4, Vice President 4.
JAMES PAUL MASSEY
"Without a friend, the world is but a wilderness. A man may have a thousand intimate acquaintances and not a friend amongst them all. If you have one true friend, think yourself right." Noah Webster
THERESA LYNN MATHIS
"Happiness is something you find along the way. not when you reach the end of the road. ”
Track I, 2; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; M Club 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 4; Lady Trojan 3,4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; “Damn Yankees” 3; Hansel and Gretel Publicity 4; Cross Country 3. 4; Thespian 4; Play Production 4; Yearbook 4, Faculty Editor 4; Boys' Cross Country Manager 4; Powder Puff Football Committee 4; Boys' Track Manager 4.
HARRIET DENISE MAYHUGH
"Be born once, die twice: be born twice, die once and live forever." Volleyball I; Softball I; Maranatha I, 2, 3, 4; Literary Guild 3; Pep Club 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Yearbook 3, Senior Section Editor 4; Girls' Chorus 3; Debate Team 4; Powder Puff Publicity Committee 4; Publicity Chairman for "Hansel and Gretel" 4; Play Productions 4; Thespians 4; Who's Who; Faces 4.
VALARIE JEAN McBRIDE
"The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears."
Paper Staff 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Teacher’s Assistant 2, 3, 4; Physics Club 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Science Club I.
seniors 163DARLA IRENE McCARTHY
"The fragrance always stays in the hand that gives the rose." Had a Bejar
Interact 3; California Scholarship Federation 3; Maranatha 3; American Legion Auxiliary Award 3; Ivychain 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students.
DERWIN BRAINARD McCULLOUGH
“Man should always see and hear as much as he says, because he has twice as many eyes and ears as he has tongues."
HARRIETT LYNNE McINTYRE
"A memory is a precious gift, so live each day as a memory."
Pep Club 4; Rodeo Club 4.
JAMES TERRANCE McMAHAN
"Happy is the person who can laugh at himself; he will never cease to be amused."
Football 3, 4; Octagon 1,2, 3, 4; Chess I; M Club 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4; Physics 4; Computer Club 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3,4.
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 4; Baseball 2; Computer Club; Pep Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Who's Who 4; Football — Best Defensive Back, Best Offensive Player.
GARY WAYNE MENEES
‘7 1 life, it is better to debate a question without settling it, than settle a question without debating it."
Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band 2, 3; Octagon 2, 3, 4, President 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Physics 4; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Track 2; “Music Man’’ Orchestra 2; “Damn Yankees’’ Orchestra 3; Who’s Who 4.
GLORIA ELAINE MIDDLETON
"He that hath no rule over his spirit is like a city that is broken down, and without walls." Proverbs 25:28
Art 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 2, 3, 4; Hero III 4; Sadie Hawkins Backdrop
STEVEN HUNTER MILAM
"I d rather run and run till I’m out of breath than amble along and be bored to death."
ROTC I, 2, 3. 4; Staff 2. 3, 4; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team 2, 3; Drill Team Commander 4; French Club 4.
MORRIS HARRISON MILES
"If you love something, set it free. If it comes back to you. it's yours. If it doesn't, it was never meant to be."
ALONDRA MARY MILLER
"It 's only once in a lifetime that you find someone special, and when that day comes hold onto that person and never let him go. For I found that special someone and I’ll never let him go. For only he holds the key to my heart."
Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Attendance Office Worker 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students; Maranatha 4; FCA 4.
"Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent."
BRYAN W. MILLER
"If you have anything really valuable to contribute to the world, it will come through the expression of your own personality, that single spark of dignity that sets off and makes you different from every other living creature."
Maranatha 1,2, 3; Physics 4; Wrestling 1.
164 seniorsLISA JANETTE MILLER
"There is a language in nature that speaks of the existence of God. It is the language of order, beauty, perfection and intelligence."
Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Literary Guild 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Maranatha 1,2,3, 4, Staff Member 2; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Arete 1. 2, 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; District Winner Stenographic I 3; DECA 3, 4, Voting Delegate State Conference 3; Annual Staff 3, 4, Senior Section Editor 4; Football Manager 1; Teacher’s Aide 2, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Faces 4.
MARK E. MILLER
VSweet memories — never thought it would be like this reminding me
— just how close I came to missing I know that — this is the way for me to go. You'll be there — when you know what I know."
THOMAS EUGENE MOLDER
"You don’t have to know where you’re going as long as you’re on your way. ”
Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2, 3; VICA, VAB 1,2; Who's Who 4.
CYNTHIA (CINDI) LOU MOORE
’’Reach high, for the stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal. ’’
Volleyball 1; Pep Club 1; School Play 1, 2; Beta Club 3. 4, President 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; Tennis 3; Who’s Who 4.
JOHN WILLIAM MOORE
’’Hear counsel, and receive instruction, that thou mayest be wise in thy latter end. ’’ Proverbs 19:20.
Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Soiccty 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Physics Club 4.
JOAN DENISE MORRISON
"I do my thing and you do your thing. I am not in this world to live up to your expectation, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I. And if by chance we find each other, it’s beautiful."
FHA 2; HERO 4; ROTC I, 2; Flag Girl 3.
CYNTHIA (CINDY) LYNN MOSES
"Love is a many splendored thing."
JOHN EVERETTE MULARI
"There is no place like school even with a bunch of fools. ’’
KENNY RAY NASH
"If you stop to think, you have reason to thank. "
DECA 3, 4, Vice President 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4.
CHUCK DAVID NELSON
"In the noisy confusion of life, keep peace with your soul; with all its drudgery and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world."
Baseball 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Chess Club 1.
GREGORY SCOTT NELSON
"Freedom exists only where the people take care of the government. "
— Woodrow Wilson
Marching Conccrt Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band 2; Orchestra 2; Band Secretary Treasurer 2; Band Uniform Manager 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Octagon Club 4.
CAROL ANN NICHELSON
"Life is a precious gift; live it carefully and wisely. ’’
FHA I; Spanish Club 2; HOSA 3; Powderpuff Football 3.
seniors 165STEVEN ROBERT NOAKES
7 know it's only Rock and Roll, but I like it.”
Soccer 3; Newspaper 2.
"Sometimes you "ve got to stick your neck out."
Volleyball I, 2, 3; Basketball I, 2, 3; Tennis I.
"I can say I tried, failed at times, succeeded at others, but I took each step one by one and did it my way. ” Also thanks for your help and support. Mom and Dad.
Volleyball I; Office Worker 3,4; HERO II 4; Spanish Club 4.
STEPHANIE JEANETTE PAIGE
"The things that you hold closest and dearest to your heart, you have to let go. even though the pain never ceases to stop. ”
PH A 1. 2; HERO I 3. 4; Thespians 3, 4; Maranatha I, 2. 3, 4; Rodeo Club 3; NJROTC 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students.
DARWIN TODD PARSONS
’Some are born great.
Others achieve greatness.
Still others have greatness thrust upon them.
Then there's me. ”
Spanish Club 1; Track 1; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Principal's Advisory 3; Powdcrpuff Coach 3, 4; Powderpuff King Candidate 3; West Tennessee Leadership Conference Participant 3; Basketball 2; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Pep Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; M Club 1; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Sadie Hawkins Fund Raising Committee 3.
PIA BRIGITTE PERDUE
"You’re in my heart You ‘re in my soul
You ’ll be my friend should grow old.
You ‘re my love
You ‘re my best friend
You ’re in my soul.” — Rod Stewart
TOEC 3; Powdcrpuff Football 4; Literary Guild 4.
DAVID ALLAN PERRY
Youth is the opportunity to do something and to become somebody.” Football 1; Basketball 1,2, 4; VAM 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
JOHN WATKINS PERRY
Trust in the lu)rd with all thine heart and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy paths. ” Proverbs 3:5, 6
Football 1, 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; M Club 2, 3, 4.
CONSTANCE DANITA PETERS
"For so is the will of God that with well doings ye may put to silence the ignorance of foolish men. ” I Peter 2:15
Cheerleader I; FHA 1, 2; General Chorus 1; Gospel Choir 3, 4; Girls’ Choir 3, 4; Concert Choir 4; Student Council 3; Food Service 4; Fashion Show 1,2, 3; Cross Country 2; H ERO 4.
THOMAS EUGENE PETERSON
‘Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. We’11 take the best, forget the rest, and someday we’ll find . . . THESE ARE THE BEST OF TIMES. ”
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Track 4; Maranatha 3; Rodeo Club 2; FCA 3; DECA 4.
ZAUNDRA MICHELLE PHILLIPS
’’Think twice before you speak, especially if you intend to say what you think.”
CHRISTINE DANNIELLE PITSOS
’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 — and in my life I love them all."
Volleyball I; TOEC 3; Pep Club 2.
ROBERT STEVEN POPE
“This is not the end; I must move on. Bye.
THOMAS JOE PRESCOTT
"Millington has been wonderful, but thank goodness I am getting out. " Cross Country 2; V1CA 3.
TINA RHEA PRICE
“Life can be a golden experience, only if you live each day to its fullest.’’
VICA-Cosmetology 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; Teacher's Assistant 3.4; Office Worker 4.
“I recall when I used to come home, never had a dime, but I always had a good time."
JOHNNY GARTH PRUETT
“And thou shall love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength, this is the first commandment"—St. Mark 12:30
ROTC 1,2,3; Drill Team 1,2, 3, Commander 3; Color Guard 2; Soccer 1.2, 3.
TY M. RABURN
“School is just a drop in the puddle of life. Thanks Mom. Dad and Debe for all your help. Lovey’all!"
JOSE EDUARDO RAMOS
“A fool talks because he has to say something; a wise man talks because he has something to say."
Computer Club 4.
“There are thousands to tell you it cannot be done There are thousands to prophesy failure;
There are thousands to point out to you one by one The dangers that wait to assail you But just buckle in with a bit of a grin Just take off your coat and go to it;
Just start in to sing as you tackle the thing That cannot be done. ’ and you 'll do it."
CYNTHIA ANN REED
“All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream." — Edgar Allan Poe
Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 3; Beta Club 4; TOEC 3; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Computer Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Who’s Who 4.
SHAWNA DENISE RHINEHART
“Where there's more singing and less of sighing.
Where there’s more of giving and less of buying.
And a man makes friends without half trying."
Beta Club 2. 3, 4; TOEC 3; Pep Club 3; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Computer Club 4; Powderpuff 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Who’s Who 4.
CHARLES DAVID RICE
“We all have our good old days’ tucked away inside our hearts, and we return to them in daydreams like cats to favorite armchairs.
EDDIE PAUL RICE
“Those interested in perpetuating present conditions are always in tears about the marvelous past that is about to disappear, without having so much as a smile for the young future."
Beta Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; DECA 3; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4.
seniors 167SARENA-KAY RICHARDSON
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."
National Honor Society 3. 4; Beta Club 2. 3, 4; Thespians 4; French Club 2. 3; Pep Club 3. 4; “Damn Yankees” 3; “Hansel and Grcicr 4; Concert Choir 2; Arete 3; ABC Science Contest for Private Schools I; Dixie Contest in Vicksburg
JENNIFER YVONNE ROBERSON
As time passes, things are learned, and the most valuable ones are always the ones which hurl us most. ”
PETER GALE ROE, JR.
"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."
Beta Club 2. 3. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; DECA 3; Physics Club 4; Spanish Club 4.
SHARON KAY CANDACE ROELKE
"Now is the lime for the class of '83 to say farewell to MCHS. In doing so each senior stops to reflect on what he believes to be his conquest, his defeats, his happiness. As we look back on the past years, we will always treasure the many memories. This is our last year of high school, but the first year of our lives. May God bless each of you in years to come. To all my classmates. Good Luck'."
Pep Club I. 2. 3, 4; Cross Country I. 2; Track I. 2; Varsity Softball 3, 4; JV Watergirl I. 2; Varsity Watcrgirl 2. 3; Teacher’s Aide 1. 2. 3, 4; Lady Trojans Club I. 2. 3, 4; “M" Club I, 2. 3. 4; Maranatha Club I. 2, 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3. 4; Beta Club 2. 3, 4; Varsity Bat Girl 2. 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Class Vice-President 2. 3. 4; Attendance Worker I. 2, 3. 4; Arete I. 2, 3. 4; Powder Puff Football 3. 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Who's Who.
ANNE “MERCER" ROWAN
It is the difficulties we face that show what we are; the greater the difficulty the greater the glory."
Cheerleader I; Wrestling Cheerleader 3. Captain; Cross Country 2; Track 2, 4; Lady M Club 2, 3, 4; M Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 4; FCA 3. 4; Maranatha 4; Water Girl 1. 2. 3; Bat Girl 2, 3; Attendance Worker 2. 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; TOEC 4.
VICTORIA LYNN THERESA ROWAN
"It 's funny, you know, for as much as I talk. I can 't think of a thing to say But thanks for everything L.A.C. and M.t.A.S. —friends like you are hard to come by. and a special thanks to my mom and Cecil; I love you both "
Softball I; Literary Guild 2; TOEC 3; Powdcrpuff 3.4; Flag Corps 4.
Wo longer be children, tossed flike ships) to and fro between chance gusts of teachings, and wavering with every changing wind of doctrine Rather grow up
in every way and in all things." Ephesians 4:14. fS ANT "Thank you God for giving me Dwight and Joshua. They make every day a little brighter."
Girls’ Chorus 1,2, 4; Pep Club I.
JAMES EDWARD “SPUNKY” ROYSTON
"High school is like a good bottle of wine; it mellows with age!"
Track 2, 3,4; Band 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band 4; Gospel Choir 3.
KATHY LYNN RUNIONS
Love ispatient, love is kind, and is not jealous; love does not brag and is not arrogant. does not act unbecomingly; it does not seek its own. is not provoked, does not take into account a wrong suffered, does not reioice in unrighteousness, but rejoices with the truth; bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails!"
Cheerleader 1. 2. 3; Cross Country 4; "M" Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Office Worker 4; TOEC 2, 3; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Lady “M“ Club 2. 3, 4; Teacher’s Aide 3; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Powder Puff 4
"Dew drops are the gems of morning, but the tears of mournful eve!"
LISA ANN SANDERS
"How fortunate are those who share the many joys of friendship" Unknown
It’s nice to be important but it's more important to be nice."
FH A I; Photography 2; Powder Puff Football 4.
168 seniorsMARILYN “MO”SCOTT
"Enjoy what you can of life, for you only have one life to live."
FHA 1; Spanish Club 2; Literary Guild 2; DECA 3; Freshman Volleyball Manager 3; JV and Varsity Volleyball Manager 4.
SADONNA LYNN SHEARER
"Many days have been full of sunshine, but many have faded to gray. Just like summer always ends, the rainbow fades away.
Leaving behind the best memories, of our high school days.
We are sad to leave our friends and go our separate ways.
Now there is the question of where to go. for who will we be?
Forever high school is over for the class of "83".
— S. L. Shearer
Spanish Club I, 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Physics Club 3; Computer Club 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Teacher’s Aide 4.
"The illustration which solves one difficulty by raising another settles nothing.”
Who’s Who 4.
"Knowing is not enough: we must apply. Willing is not enough: we must do."
Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Arete I, 2, 3, 4; A1ASA 3, 4; Memphis State Math Contest 2; Industrial Arts Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4.
SUSAN LYNN SIMMONS
"Never has it taken so long for so many to learn so little."
FHA 1; Beta Club 2.
KELLY DIANE SIMPSON
"Happiness is good. The place to be happy is here. The time to be happy is now. The way to be happy is to help make others happy."
Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Winter Festival Court 2; Homecoming Court 3, 4, Homecoming Queen 4; M Club 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 4, Treasurer 4; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Physics Club 4; FCA 3; Who’s Who 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students.
"Life has been good to me so far. but the future is a different story. ” Rodeo Club 1,2, 3.4; FFA 1,2; VICA 1,2.
"Immodest words admit of no defense.
For want of decency is want of sense." Wentworth Dillion Football Manager 2; Big Band I, 2; VAM 3, 4; ROTC 1,2.
VICKI LYNN SMALLWOOD
"Happiness is as a butterfly which, when pursued, is always beyond our grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may light upon you. I've found my happiness, and shall never let him go. Good-bye Millington."
Volleyball 1,2,4; Pep Club 1,2, 4; M Club 1, 2,4; Lady Trojans 1,2, 4; Beta Club 2, 4; Golf 1,4; FCA 2,4; DECA 4.
"In time of despair, keep hope above all else."
GREGORY LYNN SMITH
"You only go around once, so live it right the first time."
General Chorus 2, 3; Concert Choir 4; Gospel Choir 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Hero III 2, 3, Vice-President 4.
"There in the sunshine are my highest aspirations ... I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them and try to follow where they lead." — Louisa May Alcott
Thespian 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Play Production 2, 3, 4; “The Music Man" 2; “Damn Yankees" 3; “Hansel and Gretel” 4; French Club 2, 3; Pep Club 2; M Club 2, 3; Powderpuff 3; Sadie Hawkins Decoration Committee 3; FOCA 2; Teacher’s Aide 2, 4; Office Worker 2; Cheerleader 1, 2; Who’s Who 4.
seniors 169METRA ANNETTEESMITH
"It is not in doing what you like, but in liking what you do. That is the secret of happiness."
Basketball I; FHA I, 2; HERO II 4; DECA 4; NJROTC 3. 4; Drill Team 3,4; Flag Girl 4; Marching Band 4.
"One of the real joys of our lives is having friends and keeping in touch with them. ”
French Club 2; Pep Club 2, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Computer Club 4; TOEC 3,4; Sadie Hawkins Dec. Comm. 3.
RON LEE SPANN
"Beam me up. Scot tie!”
Basketball I, 2; Intramural Sports 2.
SHERRY EVONNE SPENCER
"When you have climbed the highest mountain and reached the nearest goal, remember. God will be with you to save your soul. ”
FHA 1,2; HERO II 3; HERO III 4
WILLIAM LYNN SPENCER, JR.
"Some men have many reasons why they cannot do what they want, when all they need is one reason why they can."
Wrestling 1.2; Physics Club 3. 4; Computer Club 3, 4; DECA 3; Football Manager 4.
ROBERT SPRINGFIELD III
"When we were at Millington, we enjoyed our happiness and we grieved our sadness. But now is the time to be serious and make ready to take our positions in life. Whatever you choose, try to do your best in it. Good luck everybody!”
"M” Club 2, 3, 4; Principal's Advisory Committee 2; Beginning Band 1; Intermediate Band 2; Jazz Band 3; Marching Band 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Concert Band 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Freshman Basketball 1; Track 1.2, 3.4; Pep Band 4.
JOANNA LYNN STANLEY
"Never groan over the past, but praise on the present, and rejoice on what is coming in the future ”
Pep Club 1,2; General Chorus 2,4.
MICHELLE ANNETTE STEPHENS
"The world is full of beauty when the heart is full of love. ”
Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; HERO II 3; HERO III 4; DECA 3.
LAURIE ANNE STOWE
"Love wasn’t put in our hearts to stay. Love isn’t love till we give it away.”
TOEC 3,4; Pep Club 3.
DONNA KAYE SULLIVAN
"True friends are like diamonds, precious but rare. False friends are like autumn leaves, found everywhere. ”
Freshman Basketball 1; FHA I; HERO III 3, 4; Gospel Choir 3, 4; Concert Choir 3,4; Beta Club 3,4.
YVONNE MARIE TALADA
"Remember those who led you. who spoke the word of God to you; and considering the outcome of their way of life, imitate their faith.” Hebrews 13:7
Spanish Club I; Yearbook Staff 2, 4; HOSA 3; Arete 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3; MSU Math Contest 3; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students; Physics Club 4; FCA 4; Quill and Scroll 4.
BOBBY EUGENE TAPLEY
"Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow.”
CHRISTY BELINDA TAYLOR
"To God be the glory for the things he has done. ”
Maranatha 1; TOEC 3; Beginning Band 3; Play Production 3; Gospel Choir 3, 4; Gospel Choir President 4; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Talent Show 3.
SHIRLEY ANN TAYLOR
"Blessed are they that keep judgement, and he that doeth
righteousness at all times.” Psalm 106
Pep Club 1,2; Hero 11 3; Food Service Helper.
JOHN F. TERRY
"The real mark of a man is not how far or how fast he runs from his problems, but how he meets, faces, and overcomes them."
EDGAR A. THOMAS
"Look, Mom and Dad. I finally made it. without going to summer school!”
Soccer 1,2; Vica Club 3, 4.
"Without a friend, the world is but a wilderness. A man may have a thousand intimate acquaintances and not a friend amongst them all. If you have one true friend, think yourself rich.” Noan Webster
"It’s hard for me to figure out the future ... I'm not even sure what's going on now. ”
Hero II 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Bible 1, 2; Science Club I, 2; Art Club 1,2; Office Worker 3.
"And whatsoever ye do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him. " Colossians 3:17 Maranatha 3,4; Computer Club 4; Hero III 3.
TONY EARL TUCK
"Boast not thyself of tomorrow, for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth. Thanks. MCHS.”
Football 4; Wrestling 3,4; State Competition 3; Track 4; M Club 3, 4.
"Different people want different things out of school. I only want one thing out of school, me. ”
Spanish Club 2; DECA 3.
ELIZABETH LOUISE “LULU” TURNER
"To my friends of the present and my friends of the past, our friendship will always last! Do the following words mean anything to you? Flywoman, underwater woman, watermelon, not any more, pink leotards, my watch stopped, stink-stink, alligator, we could, and please don't forget to say hi to Tom and Virginia!"
“Oklahoma" Chorus 1; Literary Guild 2, 3; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 4; “Damn Yankees" 3; Class President 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Concert Choir 1,2, 3, 4.
GARY DWAYNE TURNER
"I have often regretted my speech, never my silence."
Cross Country 2; VICA 4.
JOYCE VICTORIA TUROSKY
"Fools live to regret their words, wise men live to regret their silence. ” Computer Science 4; Pep Club 4; Office Worker 4; Powder Puff Committee 4.
seniors 171SUSAN LYNN VINCENT
"A gift is like a precious stone in the eyes of them that have it."
Science Club 1; VICA-Cosmetology 2,3,4.
"Great and good are seldom the same man."
THOMAS BAILEY WAITS
"Life is for one generation, a good name is forever."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; VICA 3, 4, Secretary 3; "M" Club 1,2,3,4; Who’s Who 4.
STEVEN GREG WALKER
"Never wait or hesitate, get in good before it's too late because you may never get a second chance."
Artist in Action 3.
STEPHANIE LEE WALLACE
"At least when was a freshman I knew where was headed — to be a senior; now that I’m a senior the question as to where I'm headed is a lot harder to answer."
Volleyball 1; Basketball 1; Softball I; Beta Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Powderpuff 4; ARETE I, 2. 3, 4; TOEC Club 3, 4.
KAREN LYNN WALLS
"Always reach toward the horizon, for beyond that horizon is another."
French Club I, 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Literary Guild 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3; Physics Club 4; Computer Science Club 4; Yearbook 4; Word Smith 2.
BELINDA JEAN WATKINS
“If at first you don’t succeed, give up; why be hard headed?"
LINDA GAIL WATSON
"I am a child
All the world waits for my coming All the earth watches with interest To see what I shall become The future hangs in the balance For what I am
The world of tomorrow will be."
SAMUEL DEWAYNE WEAKLEY
”One reason that the school of experience is so tough is that you get the test first and the knowledge afterwards."
Basketball 1; FHA 1; VICA 3,4; Football 1.
TODD LYNN WEBB
"The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure and pleasure my business."
DANNAEL JAMES WEEKES
"He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals."
Football 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice President 3; Physics Club 3; M Club 3,4.
JON CHRISTOPHER WERENSKJOLD
"1 enjoy being me. I know I’m not perfect, but at least I have the courage to be different."
Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; FCA 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; M Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who 4.
JOSEPH LEE WHITE
"Life is a fatal complaint and an eminently contagious one. "
Football 1; ROTC 2; Drill Team 2; Chess Club 1; VICA 4; VAB 4; AISA4.
REBECCA LYNN WHITE
"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all ways acknowledge him. and he shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3:5-6.
Maranatha 1,2, Staff Member 3; FHA 1; Arete 2, 3; Spanish 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Bela 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Physics 4; Annual Staff 4; Library Worker 1,2, 3,4.
MARK STEPHEN WILBANKS
"Until you mean something to yourself, you can’t be important to anyone else."
JAMES LYNN WILES
"Trust Him with your life, for He knows what is right for you. ”
Physics Club 3; Computer Club 3, 4; Memphis State Math Contest 3; Wordsmith 3; Science Bowl 3.
LISA ANN WILLIAMS
"Ask. and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you." Matthew 7:7
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball L 2; Cross Country 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; M Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; FCA 3, 4; Attendance Office 4; Powdcrpuff 3, 4; FHA I; Who's Who 4.
JUDY LYNN WILLIAMSON
"God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can. and the wisdom to know the difference. ”
Majorette 1; Cheerleader 2; Pep Club 4; Computer Club 4; Powder Puff Committee 4; Baseball Manager 4; Baseball Scorckccpcr 4; National Honor Society L 2.
CONSTANCE LYNN WILSON
"I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and love today."
French Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court Backdrop 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Advanced Choir 2, 3; Paper Staff 1, 2, 4. Sports Editor 2, 4, Associate Editor 4; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Varsity Football Watergirl 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Powder Puff 3, 4; Track Manager 4; Literary Guild 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Close Up 4; Who's Who.
SANDRA EVON WYATT
"The memories of yesterday are here, but the best of times lie ahead . . . These are the best of times."
Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; “Oklahoma" Chorus 1; “Music Man" Make Up 2; “Damn Yankees” Girls' Chorus 3; “Hansel and Grctcl” 4; Sadie Hawkins Decorations Committee 3; Homecoming Picture Back Drop 3, 4; The Society of Distinguished American High School Students 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Powder Puff 3.
LISA JANE YOUNG
"Love is not measured by how many times you touch each other, but by how many times you reach each other."
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA I; HERO II 3, 4; Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3,4; THSRA Winner 3; Teacher’s Aide 4.
DENISE RENNE ZANETTI
"A smile only takes a second, but the memory of it can last forever." Track Manager 2; French Club 1; Spanish Club 1; FHA 1.
"It is much more secure to be feared than to be loved."
ANGELA RENEE ZVOLANEK
"When I love. I laugh
When I live. I am loved
When I am loved. I am happy
When I am happy. I am happy love."
Computer Club 4.
seniors 173174 seniors1. “On your mark, get set, GO!” 2. “It’s so easy to excel in this class!” 3. “The Press again!” 4. “You’ll never catch me.” 5. “I know he wasn’t in class because I saw him on my way ... woops! 6. “No, no, don’t jump!”
seniors 1751. “You keep your pet rat where?” 2. “NOW WHAT?” 3. “Another rat???” 4. “How many days detention hall?” 5. “There really is a Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown!” 6. “The Olympic gold medalist.” 7. “Muncha-buncha, Muncha-Bunch ...”
176 seniorsseniors 177Faces
178 classesclasses l7 CLASS FAVORITES — Kelly Crum and Teresa Cooper
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Secretary Theresa Cooper
Vice President Kris Beasley
Treasurer P. J. Miller
180 classesJill Abernathy Vicki Aiken Carla Albert Patricia Aldrich Brenda Allen Cynthia Allen
Kevin Allen Roy Allen Eileen Amaba Caroline Anderson Chester Anderson Ted Archdeacon
Ann Artzer Erin Atteberry Jay Atteberry Stephanie Bain Danny Baker Joseph Balwin
Tim Barnes Cindy Barrom Patricia Bartlett Kris Beasley Lorraine Bell Shawn Bierdz
Sheila Bisc Vincent Bland Erie Blankcnbccklcr Kendall Bledsoe Vickey Blythe John Boucher
Jane Brasel Leroy Broadway Cynthia Brooks Robert Brown Sonia Brown Terry Browning
Bret Bouder Denise Bowers Mike Bowers Michele Bowles Zipporah Bowles James Brady
Elsie Brumit Sandie Bruner Kim Bryant Lloyd Bryant Kevin Carr Delois CarrawayDebbie Carreker Pamela Lynn Carrek Shelley Carson Morris Carter Jimmy Chafin Ray Charles
Carla Church Alan Cleek Thomas Clifton Kimo Coclhc Leslie Coleman Jeff Collver
Paul Colston Toni Como Tammy Cook Denise Cooper Marty Cooper Teresa Cooper
Bob Coover Kelly Crum Rodney Curry Teresa Dacus Tim Davenport Linda Davidson
Kenny Davis Missy Davis Yvette Davis Judy Dawson Theresa DeCosta Tania Dedman
Keith Denison Terri Dennis Marc Diaz Mary Dickens Vernon Diggs Sheila Dillard
Tracy Dischinger Bill Dodds Scan Donnelly Mark Dote Patrick Douglas Jimmy Dupree
David Durham Pam Edmiston Elaine Emerick Leslie Ervin Jerry Ewing Cindy Farmer
182 classesChris Fears Tracey Fender Stephanie Fleming Tommy Fortner Sammy Fox Elizabeth Frawlcy
Lynne Frawley Audra Freeman Mark Funderburk Robert Garner Lisa Gates Jim Gatlin
Robert Gibson Joel Gingery
Sherri Goodlett Michele Goodwin
Sharon Green Joetta Flalliburton
Cynthia Hancock Gary Hanna Kim Hardee Sherry Harkness Kirk Harold Billy Harrell
Annette Harris Dawn Harris Janette Harris Jarrod Harris Rhonda Harris Lawrence Hart
Beth Hartley Tina Hassen Tim Hatcher Vicky Hathcock Thomas Hawkins Lisa Hayes
183Darryl Henderson Susan Hill Tony Hill Tressy Hill Jimmy Hivner Carl Honaker
Becky Hooker Authur Houston Jarvis Houston John Hoxie Teresa Hultz James Humphrey
Sandi Irving Missy Jackson
Pam Jarrell Portia Jenkins
Bruce Johnson Charles Johnson
Cliff Johnson Tia Johnson Mike Johnston Tammi Johnston Amy Jones Brook Jones
Sean Joslin Dcna Joyner Kim Juneau Wanda Karsko Denise Kellet Kathleen Knevitt
Donna Lacey Marla Lindsey Sandy Livingston Bill Lockhart Wes Lockhart Jennifer Logan
“Got to boogie down, boogie down ..
Ray Lombardo Lore Lopez George Lyell Carol Mabayan Sheila Mace Mike Manning
Rose Marhevka Barbara Marshall Loni Martinez Mary Martinez Tim Martinez Randy Massey
Betty Matthews Lisa McBride
Allen McDaniel Lori McFarland
David McRcc Tina Meyer
Toni Middleton Trent Middleton Daphne Miller Johnna Miller P. J. Miller Johnny Monasco
David Moore Terry Morgan Rodney Moskovitz Teresa Moss Annette Murphy Richard Murray
Pam Myers Vicki Nail Sonja Neville Bruce Newcomb Bart Nichelson James Noble
185n Onedcra Oswald bic Pa ck Page
Kathy Perry Theresa Pen
5 minutes till closing.
John Porterfield Darren Preston Lori Priest Tim Pruett Kelly Purinton Chris Pyland
Carl Quick Kelvin Rayncr Elsie Reed Kim Reed Mary Rhoads Kristina Rice
Kevin Ricks Cindy Ritter Allen Roberson Leighann Roberts Bruce Robinson Mike Roc
Margo Roc Mary Roclkc Kim Rogers Joyce Rush Susan Russell Doyle Sanders
Don Sawyer Martin Scanlon Mark Scarborough Darlene Schaab Liz Schmall Eric Scoggins
Tabitha Scott Gina Scuderi
Lisa Shepherd Angie Sherrill
Sherry Sherrill Ronald Shivers
Lisa Short Diana Sim Lucrctia Sims Vickie Sledd Carrie Smith Chip Smith
Steve Smith Steve Smith Teri Smith Sheryl Speck Sandy Starr Robert Stevens
Marilyn Stewart Donna Stickley JoAnn Streets Sandy Stubblefield Todd Stubbs Tim Sutorus
classes 187Cindy Swihart Barbara Taylor Lucretia Taylor Mary Thomas Trina Thomas Bruce Thompson
Karen Thompson Lisa Thompson John Tilley David Turnagc Chris Turner Terri Turner
Charlotte Underwood Amanda Van Tassell
Theresa Van Vlcct Jimmy Wade
Jack Walker James Walker
Jannet Walker Johnny Walker Kelly Ward Linda Warner Rodney Weaver Teresa Wells
Beth White Lisa Wilder Bakaal Williams Cindy Williams Debbie Williams Melissa Williams
Renee Williams Mickie Witham Kelly Wood Charles Woodard
‘Another round for me and my buddies!”
‘The 2:30 bus for the valley will leave in 5 minutes. Please be on it!
T.P. phone home.1
‘See Jane run. Run, run, run.
‘Whatchoo lookin' at?’
Kris: ‘‘I’ve got Pac-Man fever!” Dena: “So what! I’m having a Big-Mac attack! Dance!”CLASS FAVORITES — Cindy Gcrtschen and Rusty Wilkins
We are great We’re Alive We’re the Class of’85
C L A S S
President: Shawn Gingrich Vice President: Eleanor Acosta
9 8 5
Secretary: Sandy Warner
Treasurer: Mitch Lawson
190 classesJennifer Abernathy Eleanor Acosta Markctta Alexander Titus Alexander Teresa Allen John Amos
Trade Anderson Karen Arnold Buck Artzer Jim Ashcraft Janna Ashenbramer Lori Atteberry
Robin Aubert Gail Bagley Chris Bailey Harold Baker Julie Baker Addie Baldwin
Greg Ballard Jane Barnes Lynette Bazner Scot Bearup Phil Beasley Ross Beckham
Lynn Best Tara Bctton Scott Blankcnbeckler Bobby Blaylock Barbara Boaz Tammy Boswell
Vincent Bounds CJ Bradford Joanne Bradhurst Angela Bradley Nathan Bradley Leslie Bradshaw
Judy Brett Bobbi Bright Bryant Brooks Kim Brough Laura Browder Blake Brown
Cindy Brown Mona Browning Kathryn Broyles Tammy Bruner Julie Bunnell David Burkett
classes 191Chris Burress John Burress Billy Cain Darren Calhoun Melanie Camp Debra Campbell
Jimmie Campbell Ken Campbell Tiffany Cannon Veronica Carson Allen Carter Terry Carter
Victor Charles Vcncssa Christopher Michael Claiborne Teri Claypoole DcAnna Cleveland Melanie Cochran
Denise Cone Alfred Cole Shirley Cook Tami Cook Tom Cook Lisa Cooper
Tamara Copeland Tracy Costa Yolanda Crawford Skip Creech Donna Criscl Paula Crowder
Larry Cullum Elaine Culver Patrick Curry Angie Dagen Linda Danley Ricky Davis
Charlie Dawson Christie Deckard Tammy deMarigny Carol DePoorter Laura Dieckhaus Krystal Driggers
Charlotte Dupree Moe Eckel Kim Eckhart Patience Eckhart Cornell Edwards Melissa Ervin
192 classesJames Farmer Jon Fernandez Beverly Ferrell Jennifer Finder Dena Flctty Jackie Flowers
Pam Floyd Mark Forbes Pam Ford Rhonda Frazier Sheri Fresh Kathy Friend
Carol Fritz Denise Fuselier
Eugene Gabor Troy Gacek
David Garmorc Daryll Garrett
Carmen Gavrock Suellen Gayden Cindy Gertschen Shawn Gingrich Jane Gladden Wendy Glover
Cammic Goodlett Robert Grannis Bobbie Greenhaw Becky Greer Kathy Guetterman Renee Haile
Beth Hale Carl Hale Michelle Hall Tina Hamilton Karen Hance Joann Hancock
classes 193Ted Hannah Suzanne Hansgen Matt Hardaway Michelle Hardee Melinda Harkness Barbara Harless
Donna Harris LeFayc Harris Andy Hart Denise Hart David Harvey Christy Hastings
Mike Hayes Gary Hayslip
Mary Hazlett Melanie Heathcock
Michelle Hill Debbie Hissong
Tina Hodges Steve Hogan John Holderman Mike Hood Ann Hoover Steve Hoxic
Jackie Hudman Ron Huffman Dale Hughes Debbie Hultz Billie Jo Hummel Michele Jager
Donna Johnson Donna Johnson Kelvin Jones Marcel Jones Melody Jones Mike Joyner
Trojan fans yell for VICTORY
Pal Kcclon Dawn Kennedy Paul Kenny Lisa Kesler Bruce Kidwell Kenneth Kimbel
Julie Klinkefus Wendy Knights Donna Lackey Tim Laird Robin Lamont Paul Landry
Danielle Langlois Jimmy Largue
Becky Lavender Mitch Lawson
Frank Lee Sharon Leech
John Leppert Dwayne Lewis Larry Lindsey Carol Locke Paul Long Pamela Lonier
Keith Lycll Lee Lynch Drew Magrudcr Kevin Maharrey Chris Manley Eileen Martin
Undria Massey Laura Mayhugh Cindy McBroom Robert McCartney Missy McCauley John McClain
classes 195David McClanahan Angie McCollum Lora McGlocklin Jennifer Mcdcaris Doris Middleton Brenda Miller
Duane Miller Dwayne Miller Lori Millington Tina Montgomery Brian Moore Karen Moore
Mary Moore Tim Morrison
Allyson Morton Beverly Moss
Carolyn Nellsen Anthony Nelson
Beth Nix Lucky Nociar Andy Oglesby Dean Oglesby Loree Olson Ronnie O’Rourke
Lisa Owens Dorothy Palacio Lori Parham Stephanie Parham Tina Pasanen Richard Pennington
Patricia Perdue Lisa Perry Tim Perry Cynthia Phillips Tony Pickle Doug Pierce
Kelly Pierce Jimmy Pike Dena Pine Brian Pinlac Wanda Pluitt Vivian Poindexter
Byron Preston David Price Shannon Purtle Brian Raburn Raynold Rangel Kimberlee Ransom
Sam Rather Richard Ray
Eric Redick Kim Ricks
Deedee Riempa Richard Rives
Gayle Roberts Maria Ross Steve Russell Kenny Rutledge John Sanders Robert Santos
Denise Sartain Cliff Shilling Kelly Schulze Anderson Shannon Harold Shaw Mike Shoemake
Dan Short Matt Sidley Ricky Sidwell Naomi Sisk Alice Smith Christene Smith
classes 197Jamie Smith David Soutcr Cheri Starr Michelle Stephenson Tammy Stephenson Amy Stroud
Ricky Stroud Ruth Swayne Robert Swickard Dan Taylor Kenneth Taylor Roy Taylor
Steve Taylor Titus Thomas
Troy Thompson Marshall Townsend
Teri Townsend Charles Trucsdalc
Timmy Tubbs Missy Turrell Daphne Tuttle Mike Twigg Tracy Vann Grant Van Oostrom
Karen Van Oostrom Michelle Vinson David Walker Kevin Wallace Nathan Ward Teresa Ward
Kim Warf Sandy Warner Christine Watt Tuesday Weis Terri Wells Jay Westmoreland
Charles White Michelle White Shari Wilburn Rusty Wilkins Curtis Williams Dana Williams
Jay Wilson Thlctha Wire Pamela Wray Walter Wray Ken Wright Joe Yarbrough
Top: Study time Top left: Ya Wanna Snuggle! Bottom left: What's up David? Right: Cheering for Trojan energy
classes 199FAVORITES — Sandy Fortune and John Wilson
We Get Our Kicks, We’re the Class of “86”
President: Erika Amaba
Secretary: Sandy Saylors
Vice-President: Tanzania Vinson
Treasurer: Rachel Kincaid
200 classesChris Abbott Jeff Abernathy Frederick Acosta Crystal Adams Samantha Arkon Ernestine Alexander
Tammy Alexander Tim Alexander Erika Amaba Cindy Amos Andre Anderson Angie Anderson
Jimmy Anderson Tracy Andrich Jay Arkenau Jeff Arkenau Jimmy Armstrong Amy Ashenbramer
Kenny Arthur Beverly Bailey Bob Bailey Alan Baker Gina Baker Todd Baker
Danette Barlar Dayna Ballard Fclccia Ballard Gina Ballard Shawn Banks Valarie Banks
Archie Barnes Toni Barnett Dewayne Barron Marsha Barton Revel Barton David Bass
Tamery Batson Albert Bean Faye Bell Terry Bell Mike Bender Frank Benefiel
Jackie Bennett Robert Bennett Denise Berry Tom Biggs Julie Blackwell Mark Bland
classes 201David Bledsoe Melisa Boston Chcri Boucher Tammy Bourric Christina Bowers Tami Bowers
Linda Bowman Kevin Braden Bernadette Bradford Demetrius Bradford Shelly Bradshaw Daniel Brady
Mike Brady Stephanie Branch
Christina Brandis Wendy Bratton
Mike Bright Angela Brooks
Keith Brooks Ronald Brooks Cheryl Broughton Danny Brown Steve Brown Kevin Browning
Larry Bryant Rebecca Bryant Joyce Burnett Mark Burton Janey Callahan Tommy Campbell
Mike Cannon Karen Capuson Kelly Carr Monica Carson Lisa Carter Brian Casson
202 classesA. J. Cates Patty Chambers Robert Cherry Ray Chester Amy Childress Greg Childress
Greg Christopher Tammy Christopher Brenda Chunn Tina Chunn Desta Church Cheryl Clark
Melody Cloer Deloris Cobbs Tito Cook Charles Cooper Alan Copeland Mike Cox
Tony Cox Carla Crawford Michelle Cropper Brian Cullver Kim Curan Donna Curry
Tonya Curry Imclda Dabu Sherry Dacus Dennis Davis Mark Davis Melanie Davis
Scott Davis Tina DeCosta Brenda Denny Jimmy Devit Pam Diggs Darrell Dillard
Nancy Dobbs Robert Donahay Sandra Donan Gidgct Doty Jason Dupree Chris Edens
Dewey Edge Tina Elam Kathy Ellerbrook Regina Ellis Stephanie Eubanks
classes 203Bobby Ewing Jerri Fitzgerald Daniel Fitzpatrick Mike Fletcher Mike Flowers Lisa Floyd
Nicoll Forsythe Sandy Fortune Sonya Fortune Pam Foster Michail Friend Greg Frye
James Frye Richard Gagne
Scott Gannon Tyrone Garner
Robert Gclvin John Giden
Paul Gladden Kenny Glover Sheila Goodwin Charlotte Graddy Sylvester Gray Darren Grccnburg
Zachary Green Tony Grubb Steve Gurley April Halvorsen Thomas Hance Carolyn Hannah
Michelle Harazim Curt Harper Belinda Harrald Felecia Harrington Kenneth Harris Sara Hart
204 classesSherry Hassen Kenneth Hatchel Hank Hawkins Tania Hawkins Ron Hays Vicky Hayes
Leigh Hebert Donna Hcmmings David Henry Robert Herold David Hesford Vickie Hicks
Tim Hill Patricia Hivner Carlton Howard Scott Howard Tommy Hubbard Pam Hudman
David Hudson Micah Huffman Michelle Huffman Linda Hughes Mark Hunter Malcolm Hupp
Shirley Hurd Sheri Huston Jeff Ingram Lisa Jackson Sophia Jackson Rebecca Javins
Becky Jensen Beverly Jerry Doug Johnson Freddie Johnson Jennifer Johnson Mike Johnson
Wendy Johnson Debra Johnston Amy Jones Ferlanda Jones Marvalista Jones Rhonda Jordan
Rocky Jordan Enzo Joyner Debra Kamcrzink Miranda Karsko Paul Keeler Melvin Keeton
classes 205Kurtis Keller Joanna Kelley Chad Kelly Ron Kelsey Barbara Kent Rachel Kincaid
Jeff King Pete Kisncr Keith Knox Teresa Kucider Laurie Kuykendall Leslie LaComb
Lisa Lafayette Toni Laird
Susan Landry Jon Latham
Amy Laurent Sean Lester
Donna Lewis Rickey Lewis Sherronda Lewis Deanna Logan Phillip Logan Steve Logsdon
John Longo Karen Lorcncy Debbie MacSavcny Mark Manning Dewayne Marbry Andrea Marcy
Arthada Martin Linda Matheson Cathy Mathis Maxine Matthews Mark Mauldin Sharon Maxwell
206 classesMike May Traci Mayfield David McBride Jason McCaskill Tim McCullough James McElyea
David McGary Blaind McGee Greg McKee Tina McKnight Keith McMahan Donald McMann
Paula McVay Missy Medina Amy Miller Eric Milam Michael Miller Rebecca Miller
Wanda Molari Angel Moody Billy Moony Louis Moore Tina Moore Brent Morgan
Mike Morin Cheryl Morrison Matt Morrison Andrea Murray Rodger Murray Alan Meyer
Patrick Myrick Conene Nelson Lucy Newcomb Mike Newman Marc Noakes Evan Nowak
Mike O’Leary Curt Oliver Lisa Outten Billy Overstreet Belo Page Terri Palmer
Edwin Pannell Amy Parham Buzz Parham Tawana Parham Maureen Patterson Randy Paul
classes 207Daren Pavy Lisa Payne Beverly Pectc Donnie Pennington Debbie Penter Devland Perry
Dewayne Perry Tracey Perry Jeff Phillips Tara Phillips Howard Piner Lisa Pittman
Tammy Prescott Lisa Pruitt
Allen Rager Becky Ramon
Robert Rapoza Liz Rather
Philip Raymond Betty Reed Howard Reed Missy Reed Lisa Reeder Angie Reilly
Anna Reynante Lynn Reynolds Angel Rhoade Wanda Rhodes Alan Rice Liz Ridley
Raquel Richards Dan Richardson Marva Risby Michelle Rivenbark Harold Rivera Amy Rogers
208 classesLisa Roberts Susie Roberts David Robinson Rachel Rodriguez Mike Rogers Howard Rowland
Sharon Royal Eric Sanders Samantha Savage John Sawyer Sandy Saylors Margie Scanlon
Jeff Scoggins Dwan Scot Michelle Selvy David Severt Zach Sexton Ann Shanaghan
Joe Sheffield Carole Schcllang Reginald Shelton Cristal Sherrill Brandy Skulsky Diana Smith
Shcronda Smith Tanya Smith Wendy Smith Toni Speck Dena Spencer Darrell Stanley
Jeff Stanley Allen Stephenson Larry Stephens Joseph Stephens Elizabeth Stevens Denise Stewart
Matt Stollmeyrcr Ronnie Stratton Todd Stringfellow James Stroud Bernice Stubbs Sylvia Sullivan
Tim Summer Richie Talada Jacqueline Tate LaTonya Tate Lisa Taylor Trina Taylor
209Vickie Taylor Virginia Taylor Jerri Thien Andre Thomas Fclccia Thomas Nctia Thompson
Paul Thornton Tami Thrclkcld John Tillery Sharon Tilley T. J. Tracey Sandra Travis
Heather Trombley Jennifer Trujillo
David Tullis Janet Turner
Matt Twigg James Vandcrgrift
Cassandra Vann Renee Vasquez Larry Vinson Tanza Vinson Jerry Vogt Tonja Wagner
Craig Walker Rezshson Walker Eddie Wallace Lennie Wallace Donald Ward Vickie Ward
Chandra Watson Maureen Watson Jenny Welch William Wellman Karl Werenskjold Lisa Wheat
To learn or not to learn; that is the real question!
Casandra White Daryl White Jessica Whitson Lara Wildes Melinda Wildman Jeffrey Wiles
Timmy Wilkins Barry Williams Becky Williams Debra Williams John Wilson Renetta Wilson
Wendy Winecoff Arthur Wistock Lisa Woodward Liza Woodworth Chris Word Gina Wren
Tonja Wren Bobby Young Jeff Zebergs William Zumwalt Jerry Zvolanek
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classes 211Memoriesreflections 215Flicks
2. Rocky III
3. Friday 13th Part III
6. Sword and Sorceror
7. Halloween 111
8. Only When I Laugh
9. French Fries
10. Ice Cream
1. Richard Pryor
3. Steve Martin
4. Bill Murray
5. Rodney Dangerfield
6. George Carlin
7. Gilda Radner
8. Billy Crystal
10. Andy Kauffman
2. Alan Alda
3. Morgan Fairchild
4. Dustin Hoffman
5. Stephanie Powers
6. Tom Sclleck
7. Gary Coleman
8. Dudley Moore
9. Jane Kennedy
10. Larry (J.R.) Hagman
. The Hobbit
2. The Little Prince
3. Gone With The Wind
4. The Cujo
5. Amityville Horror
216 reflection:Music Makers
4. Kenny Rogers
5. Billy Squire
6. Willie Nelson
8. Joan Jett
9. Pat Benatar
2. Hil 1st reel Blues
4. Magnum PI
6. Square Pegs
7. Simon and Simon
10. General Hospital
1. Take Me Down
2. Eye Of The Tiger
3. Open Arms
4. Let There Be Rock
7. Crazy Train
8. Always On My Mind
9. Every Body Wants You 10. 1999
Like Muffie, Bitsy, and me were, like going to first period (gag me with a spoon!), and we, like had to go through this totally tubular group of space cadets, ya know? I mean like we had to touch all these people we’d never seen before in our entire lives, it was so gross, ya know what I mean? Well, we finally made it to class (mega gag!), and about halfway through, Bitsy, like a total gel-brain, falls asleep so she’s like really in deep now, and, shame me to the max, the teacher called on her, I could’ve died! So anyway, after class, Bitsy has this, like giant red mark on her forehead, it was really gross! Then Muffie and me, we notcied Bitsy’s clothes, I mean they were like ... GAG! So I told Muffie, “Like, I don’t even want to be seen with her until we go th the bonorama and get her some new clothes, o-kay? I mean her clothes are, like, grody to the max!” “Totally! Fer sure!”
Picture: I. Our Gang 2. Our Car 3. Our Spirit 4. Our Art 5. Our Studying Steve 6. TIM’S Sandy.
218 reflectionsReflections of Our Year
Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, on the local scene the mighty Trojans conquered all in their path —on the football field, with the books, and on the stage. The Homecoming game was won; many future scholars received awards; and Hansel and Gretel, No Time For Sergeants, and Calamity Jane were roaring successes. Also this year, thanks to the love of her friends, the Traci Leonard Memorial Scholarship fund was firmly established financially.
And now our eyewitness team goes to Millington. Lamar Alexander, Tennessee’s governor, visited Millington while participating in the Community Day Parade, he talked to local politicians and had a great time.
On the national and international front, the country was rocked by the Tylenol scare, unemployment, the Falkland Island War, the Beirut Massacre, and the death of Alabama Coach, Paul “Bear” Bryant. On a happier note, for the first time in medical history a man survived with the implantation of a plastic heart; Princess Diana had a baby boy; and martial law was lifted in Poland.
And that’s the way it was...
1. 1982-83's Headlines. 2. The fans cheer the Tro-jans to a Tri-District Championship. 3. We bid a sad farewill to the most outstanding coach in college football. 4. Bradford earns Tennessee High School Player of the Week. 5. Community Day unites the grade school with the High School.
reflections 219Reflections of Homecoming
Breaking a long-standing tradition,
the Juniors beat the Seniors in the Powderpuff game. It was a fun fierce competition. The Seniors, however, were not totally crushed. They celebrated their loss in a party followed by full-fledged participation in the Spirit Parade.
Top right: Kelly, Teresa, and Eileen work hard on the parade. Middle: Cheryl and Jill just make the game a little more interesting. Bottom right: Burke Creecy is crowned 1982 Powderpuff King by Mary Chapman.
The 1982 Powderpuff Coaches were John Chambers, David Hudson, and Kelly Crum. The court, from left to right, included Chris Carr, Burke Creecy, Brad Gentry, Marc Diaz, David Hudson, and Kelly Crum.
220 reflectionsRefections of Winter Festival
Winter Festival was full of ups and downs this year. For a while, everyone thought there would be a dance, but it was canceled because of few ticket sales. The game was fun though. The girls won their game, but the guys weren't able to overcome that Covington momentum. Despite all the setbacks, the purpose of the game was achieved: fun and excitement!
Middle left: Mathew Hardaway tips a rebound in. Middle: Frosty was coming to the dance, but it was canceled. Middle right, bottom left and right: The crowd enjoys the excitement..
reflections 221222 reflectionsrT r
I. Where does this thing lead? 2. Coach Hendricks and Phil repaper the bathrooms. 3. “One plus one equals .. . three?“ 4. "WorkfWork! Work!” 5. This . . . Heavy? 6. “What did you say?" 1. TGIF (Thank Goodness t’s Friday).
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Brother Phil Russell Minister of Youth First Baptist Church Millington Keys to Successful Christian Living for Youth
Defined: Success is “Knowing and doing the will of God.”
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1 Present yourself to God Rom: 12:1-2
2. Victory over Temptation by Yielding to God Rom. 6:14
3. Love the Lord Deut. 6:5; 1 Peter 1:8
4 Obey God 2 Cor. 10:5
5. Obey Parents Eph 6:1; Col. 3:20
6. Have Godly Character Gal. 5:22-23
7 Walk in Faith 1 Jn. 5:4; Rom 5:7; Prov 3:5-6; II Peter 1:5
8 Abide in Christ — Fellowship John 15:4.5;l Jn. 1:3; 1 Jn. 1:9
9. Spend time with Jesus — Prayer Jn. 15:7; Phil 4:6
10. Study and apply the Word II Tim. 3:16. !7;Jn. 17:17; Acts 20:32; 1 Peter 2:2; James 1:21
11 Be Spirit- Filled under Jesus' Lordship Eph. 5:18; Col. 2:5; Gal. 5:16
12. Set Affections on Spiritual things Col. 3:1-2
13 Be motivated by Jesus Christ Phil 4:13
14 Know God's Promises Phil 4:19; II Peter 1:4
15 Be Humble 1 Peter 5:5
16. Have Christian friends I Jn. 4:18; Rom 13:1
17 Choose Godly friends Prov. 17:17; Prov. 18:24
18 Do Not choose ungodly friends Jm. 4:4; Prov. 22:24; Prov. 1:10
19 Be a rejoicing Christian IThcs. 5:16.18
20. Always Tell the Truth Eph . 4:15
21 Help others to know and love Jesus Ml. 28:19-20
22. Look for Jesus' 2nd Coming II Tim. 4:8
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Becoming a Christian
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. He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.”
Ephesians 2:8-9 “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God. Not of works, lest any man should boast.”
Young People's Greatest Need: A Personal Relationship With Jesus Christ Repentance — Acts 20:20-21 Faith — John 1:12 John 5:24 How to be Saved!
Acts 16:31 “And they said, Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house.”
1 John 5:12-13 “He that hath the Son hath life; and he that hath not the Son of God hath not life. These things have 1 written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have eternal life, and that ye may believe on the name of the son of God.”
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The 1983 Yearbook Staff Says Thank You and Best Wishes
Jill Doris Lisa G. Lindsey Karen Becky Stephanie Cathy Art John Kaye Tim Valorie Mary Angie Theresa Harriet Lisa M. Todd Bob Yvonne Lulu Vicky Robert Pam Elaine Elizabeth Amy Kristina Cindy Jannet
Abbott. Chris 201
Abcln. Donna 149
Abernathy. Jeff 88. 201
Abernathy. Jennifer 191
Abernathy. Jill $9. 181
Acosta. Eleanor 45. 190. 191
Acosta. Frederick 201
Adams. Crystal 201
Adkins. Amber 27
Aiken. Vicky 106. 107.181
Aikon. Samantha 201
Albert. Carla 45. 54. 56. 109. 181
Aldcrson. Christy 27
Aldrich. Patricia 181
Alexander. F.rnestine 26. 27. 74, 201
Alexander. Marketta 27,191
Alexander. Tommy 14. 201
Alexander. Tim Lee 88. 201
Alexander. Titus 191
Allen. Brenda 181
Allen. Cynthia 181
Allen. Darla 27.76. 149
Allen. Kevin 181
Allen. Mary 55. 56. 149
Allen. Roy 54. 181
Allen. Teresa 27. 191
Amaba. Bcnjic 18. 19. 29. 31. 37. 45. 50.
55.56. 114.116. 134.136. 137. 145.
Amaba. Eileen 19. 37.44. 45. 47. 48. 50.
54. 18.104.22.168. 114. I 19. 181.220
Amaba. Erika 18.60. 200, 201
Amos. Cindy 103.201
Amos. John 191
Anderson. Andre 201
Anderson. Angie 201
Anderson. Caroline 50. 54. 181
Anderson. Chester 27. 181
Anderson. Jimmy 201
Anderson. Michael 25. 50. 56. 145. 147.
Anderson. Robbie 78. 149
Anderson. Rodney 110. 149
Anderson. Tracic 191
Andrtch. Tracy 201
Archdeacon. led 54. 56. 181
Archer. Michael 27
Archer. Tracy 149
Arkenau. Jay 201
Arkenau. Jeff 88. 201
Armstrong. Jimmy 201
Armstrong. Susan 149
Arnold. Karen 191
Arthur. Kenneth 31.201
Art er, Ann 181
Art er. Eugene 82. 191
Ashcnbramcr. Amy 201
Ashcnbramcr. Janna 191
Asher. Tim 116. 149
Atteberry. Erin 181
Atteberry. Jay 181
Atteberry. Lori 191
Aubert. Robin 74. 105. 191
Autrv. Rebecca 18. 29. 31. 38. 39. 56.
140. 142. 148. 149
Axmin. Eva Lena 54. 107. 116. 149
Ayala. Dena 45. 55. 56. 90. 116. 138.
Raglcy. Terry 150
Bahls. Robert 110
Bailey. Beverly 201
Bailey. Christopher 191
Bailey. Donna I 50
Bailey. Robert 201
Bain. Debra 150
Bain. Stephanie 181
Baker. Alan 201
Baker. Daniel 181
Baker. Gina 201
Baker. Harold 18. 191
Baker. Julie 48. 107. 191
Baker. Todd 201
Baldwin. Addic 191
Baldwin. Joseph 54. 181
Ballard. Darla 38. 39. 45. 55. 105. I 39.
Ballard. Dayna 103. 107. 201
Ballard. Fclccua 201
Ballard, Gina 103.201
Ballard. Greg 191
Ballard. Judv 27. 116. 148. 150
Banks, l isa 26. 142.148. 150
Banks. Shawn 201
Banks. Valerie 201
Barlar. Damte 201
Barnes. Archie 201
Barnes. Jane 49. 50.90. 119. 191
Barnes. Tim 28.49. 181
Barnett. Tom 103. 201
Barrett. Robert 54. 108. 115. 116. 139.
Barrom. Cindy 92. 181
Barrom. Norman 88. 201
Bartlett. Patricia 18. 50. 54. 115. 181
Barton. Marsha 201
Barton. Revel 201
Bass. David 201
Bales. Carey 150
Batson. Tamcra 201
Ba ncr. Lyncltc 27. 191
Bean. Albert 201
Bean. Gerald 108. 110.150
Bcarup. Scott 24. 45. 191
Beasley. Kris 26. 45.47. 54. 56. 90. 111.
Beasley. Phil 37.191
Beckham. Ross 191
Belmc. Marty 150
Bclk. Paula 54. 150
Bell. Faye 201
Bell. Loraine 181
Bell. Shelley 151
Bell. Terry 88. 201
Bcllora. Mark 82. 84. 151
Bender, Mike 67. 201
Bendorf. Jeff 151
Benefiel. Frank 88. 201
Bennett. Jackie 74. 103.107. 201
Bennett. Robert 201
Benson. Tim 151
Benton. DuJuan 94.116. 151
Berry. Denise 201
Best. Lynn 25. 191
Betton. Tara 25.191
Bcirdz. Shawn 181
Biggs, Thomas 88. 201
Bingcr. John 85. 148. 151
Bisc. Sheila 181
Blackwell. Julm 201
Blackwell. Tammy 151
Bland. Alice 48. 67. 151
Bland. Mark 88.201
Bland. Valerie 27. 151
Bland. Vincent 181
Blankcnbeckler. Eric 108. 181
Blankcnbecklcr. Scott 26. 191
Blavdes. Karen 25. 76.151
Blaylock. Bobby 191
Bledsoe. David 202
Bledsoe. Kcndcll 94. 96. 181
Blevins. Tracy 27.151
Blythe. Vickey 40.72.92. 181
Boa . Barbara 191
Boston. Mclisa 202
Boswell. Tammy 25. 191
Boucher. Cheri 27. 202
Boucher. John 82. 181
Bouder. Bret 181
Bounds. Anthony 27. 151
Bounds. Vincent 191
Bounds. Yvonne 55.79. 148, 152
Bourrie. Tammy 202
Bowers. Christina 27, 202
Bowers. Deanna 150
Bowers. Denise 22. 24. 50. 181
Bowers. Mike 181
Bowers. Tami 105. 202
Bowers. Tina 109
Bowers. Vincent 25
Bowles. Michelle 181
Bowles, ipporah 26. 181
Bowman. Linda 26. 27. 202
Box. Susan 56. 152
Braden. Kevin 22. 88. 102. 202
Bradford. Bernadette 202
Bradford. Byron 19. 50. 82. 84. 87. 104.
116. 132. 133. 134. 152.219
Bradford. Charlie 191
Bradford. Crystal 152
Bradford. Demetrius 88. 202
Bradhurst. Joanne 191
Bradley. Angela 191
Bradley. Nathan 82. 191
Bradshaw. Leslie 191
Bradshaw. Shelly 202
Brady. Daniel 202
Brady. James 27. 181
Brady. Mike 202
Branch. Sheila 26. 27. 148. 152
Branch. Stephanie 27. 107
Brandis. Christina 202
Brandis. Phil 27. 152
Brandon. Tony 152
Brascl. Jane 181
Braswell. Stephanie 40. 41. 152
Bratten. Johnny 114
Bratton. Wendy 202
Brett. Judy 191
Bridges. Shelton 152
Bright. Bobbi Ann 105. 191
Bright. Mike 202
Broadway. Leroy 27. 181
Brooks. Angela 202
Brooks. Bryant 82. 191
Brooks. Cynthia 19. 26. 22.214.171.124.
106. III.181 Brooks. Keith 202 Brooks. Ronald 202 Brooks. Sheila 152 Brough. Kim 191 Broughton. Cheryl 202 Browder. Laura 107.191 Brown. Blake 28. 191 Brown. Cynthia Ann 92.191 Brown. Daniel 88. 202 Brown. Robert 39.40. 54.181 Brown. Sonya 26. 181 Brown. Steve 24. 202 Brown. Theresa 52. 54. 56 Brown. Tracy 53 Browning. Kenneth 202 Browning. Mona 191 Browning. Terry 181 Broyles. Kathryn 24. 44. 191 Brumit. Elsie 54. 181 Bruner. Sandy 181 Bruner. Tamara 191 Bryan. Jan 148. 153 Bryant. Alisa Bryant. Kimberly 181 Bryant. Larry 202
Bryant. Lindsey 19.40. 41.54. 57.139.
Bryant. Lloyd 26, 181
Bryant. Rebecca 202
Brycans. Rob 29. 31.40. 41.44. 51. I 38.
Buchannan. Brenda Bunnell. Julie 191 Burnett. Joyce 26. 27. 107. 202 Burnett. Valeric 105.116. 153 Burkett. David 191 Burns. Wanda 153 Burress. Christopher 82. 192 Burress. John Eric 192 Burse. Chris 39 Burton. Mark 202
Butler. Jill I. 19. 126.96.36.199.54.57. 109,116.134. 136. 153.239 Butt. Doris I. 188.8.131.52.31.40.41. 45.55. 134. 153. 229.239
Cain. Billie 192
Calhoun. Darren 192
Calhoun. Ernest 82.94. 153
Callahan. Janey 202
Camp. Kevin 153
Camp. Melanie 192
Campbell. Debra 192
Campbell. Jimmy Lee 192
Campbell. Jimmy Louis 95.97
Campbell. Kenneth 48. 82.192
Campbell. Leslie 153
Campbell. Tommy 48. 88. 202
Cannon. Angela 153
Cannon. Mike 202
Cannon. Tiffany 192
Capuson. Karen 27. 202
Carr. Chris 39. 54. 55. 57. 64. 82. 84.
115. 1 16. 1 18. 139. 154.220
Carr. Kelly 202
Carr. Kevin 18. 37. 39.45. 56. 114. 115. 181
Carraway. Delons 181 Carreker. Debbie 182 Carreker. Pamela 182 Carroll. Charles
Carson. Cathy 40. 41.45. 48. 55. 57. 87. 98. 113. 116. 141. 143. 145. 148. 154. 239
Carson. Monica 202
Carson. Shelle 27.182
Carson. Veronica 192
Carter. Holley 37. 55. 57.64.90. 116.
Carter. Lisa 202
Carter. Morris 182
Carter. Patricia 55. 148. 154
Carter. Terry 24.26.45. 192
Carver. Art 29. 30. 37. 40. 41.45. 48.
53. 57. 114. 1 16. 138. 148. 154
Casson. Brian 88. 202
Casson. Katherine 154
Cates. Arthur 203
Chafin. Jimms 182
Chambers. John 26. 28.29. 30. 31. 37.
40. 41.49. 63. I 34. 136. I 38. 144. I 54.
Chambers. Patty 44. 49. 59. 203 Chapman. Mary Jane 37.64.90. II6.
137.1 39.154.220 Charles. Ray 182 Charles. Victor 82. 192 ( have, l.isa I 54 Cherry . Robert 203 Chester. Ray 108. 203 Childress. Amy 203 Childress. Greg 114. 203 Childress. Kenneth 110. 154 Christopher. Gregory 203
Christopher. Tammy 203 Christopher. Tim 82 Christopher. Vanessa 22. 26.192 Chunn. Brenda 107. 203 Chunn. Tina 203 Church. Carla 54.56. 182 Church. Desta 203 Churchwcll, John Eric 26. 29. 30. 51 Claiborne. Michael 97.192 Clark. Sheryl 203 Clark. Thomas 154 Clay poole. Ten 192 Clcck. Alan 182 Cleveland. DcAnna 74.192 Cleveland. Lynne 154 Clifton. Thomas 24.182 Cloer. Melody 203 Cobbs. Delons 203 Cochran. Melanie 27.192 Coclho. Kimo 82.104.110. 182 Cole. Alfred 82.192 Coleman. Leslie 182 Collver. Jeff 182 Collvcr. Kim 155 Colston. Paul 54. 182 Colter.Cheryl 29. 31. 111. 116. 155 220
Como. Tom 48. 109.182 Conley. Trina 18. 29.78. 155 Cone, Denise 192 Conner. Charles 82.84. 155 Cook. Shirley 192 Cook. Tami 192 Cook. Tito 108.203 Cook. Tom 82.192 Cooper. Charles 203 Cooper. Denise 182 Cooper. Lawrence 182 Cooper. Mclisa 25.105. 192 Cooper. Teresa 37.45. 54. 56. 78.90 180. 182.220 Coover. Robert 182 Copeland. Alan 26. 108.203 Copeland. Benny 26. 29. 28. 30. 51. ) 5$ Copeland. Tamara 25. 26. 27. 192 Costa. Tracy 192
Costello. Kaye 19. 40.41.143,155.179 239
Counts. Loretta 155
Cox. Cynthia 155
Cox. Karen 155
Cox. Mike 88. 203
Cox. Steve 37. 55.137. 155
Cox. Tony 88. 102. 203
Crandall. Cindy 148,155
Crane. John 155
Crawford. Carla 203
Crawford. Yolander 192
Creech, Skip 108. 192
Creecy. Burke 29. 30. 184.108.40.206
Creek. Skip 108
Cruel. Donna 192
Cropper. Michelle 74. 203
Crowder. Paula 92.192
Crowder. Rita 156
Crum. Kelly 19. 37,45. 54. 56,180 | p 220 Crutchfield. Laurie 156 Cullum. Larry 192 Cullum. Stan 66. 156 Cullver. Brian 203 Culver. Elaine 192 Curan. Kim 203 Curan. Rhonda 156 Curry. Donna 26. 27. 107. 203 Curry. Nancy 203 Curry. Patrick 192 Curry. Rodney 27.182 Cullip. Patty 54. 143. 145. 156
Dabu. Imclda 203 Dacus. Sherry 203 Dacus. Teresa 54. 56. 182 Dagen. Angie 192 Danlcy. l.mda 192 Davenport. Tim 28. 182 Davey. Melvin 156 Davidson. Linda 182 Davis. Dennis 203 Davis. Kenny 42. 43. 182 Davis. Mark 102.203 Davis. Melanie 203 Davis. Melissa 182 Davis. Ricky 192 Davis. Scott 203 Davis. Traci 156 Davis. Yvette 54. 182 Dawson. Charles 26.192 Dawson. Judy 26. 182 Deckard. Christie 192 Decosta. Tina 182. 203 Dedman. Tama 54. 56. 182 deMarigny. Tammy 45. 192 Dennison. Keith 182
index 259Dennis. Terry 24. 54.70.182 Denny. Brenda 203 Dent. Timothy 220.127.116.11.156 DePoortcr. Carol Ann 42.45, 58. 59. 192
Devitt. Jimmy 203
Diaz, Marc 18.45. 18.104.22.168. 115. 182
Dickens. F.nzo 66. 156
Dickens. Mary 182
Dickerson. Georgann 54.156
Dickerson. Regina 27
Dicckhaus. Laura 45.192
Diggs. Brenda 79. 98.99. 116. 119.157
Diggs, Pamela 103,203
Diggs. Vernon 94.95. 97. 110. 182
Dillard. Darrell 203
Dillard. Shelia 182
Dischinger. Tracey 182
Dobbs. Nancy 19,203
Dodds. Billy 182
Donahay. Robert 203
Donan, Sandra 203
Dooley. Michael 25.48. 114.157
Dote. Mark 182
Doty. Gidget 74. 203
Douglas. Maurice 27
Douglas. Patrick 27, 182
Driggers. Krystal 105, 192
Dunaway. Johnny 157
Dupree. Charlotte 192
Dupree. Jason 88, 203
Dupree. Jimmy 82,22.214.171.124
Durham. David 182
Durham. Wendy 18.19. 28. 29. 31.37.
45. 50. 54. 126.96.36.199.134.137.
145. 147, 148, 157
Eckel. Moe 192
Eckhart, Kimberly 192
Eckhart, Patience 107, 192
Eckhart. Valaric 15. 29. 31.40. 41.45.
55. 56. 58. 59. 157
Edens. Chris 203
Edge. Dewey 203
Edmiston, Pirn 40. 54. 182
Edwards, Cornell 82.192
Ekstranc. Charlotte 27.157
Elam. Tina 203
Ellcrbrook, Kathryn 203
Eller brook. Mary 15. 29. 31.40. 41.45.
54. 56. 109. 116.137. 157.239
Ellis, Regina 203
Embrey, Phyllis 27.157
Emerick, Elaine 40. 59. 182
Ervin. Leslie 188.8.131.52
Ervin. Lisa 27. 192
Erwin. Ruth 27
Eubanks. Stephanie 203
Ewing. Bobby 204
Ewing. Jerry 182
Exum. Darryl 27,157
Farmer. Cindy 24.182 Farmer. James 193 Fears, Chris 48. 82.183 Fender. Tracey 183 Ference. Traci 157 Ferguson. John 157 Fernandez. Jon 26.193 Fcrell. Beverly 193 Finder. Jennifer 59. 193 Fitzgerald. Jerri 204 Fitzpatrick. Daniel 204 Flanagan, Dcbc 157 Fleming. Stephinc 183 Fletcher. Mike 204 Fletty. Dena 193 Flowers. Jacqueline 193 Flowers. Michael 204 Floyd. Lisa 105.193. 204 Forbes. Mark 193 Ford. Pamela 193 Forsythe. Jana Nicole 204
Fortner. Tommy 112, 183 Fortune. Robert 37.60. 116.139. 158 Fortune. Sandy 200. 204 Fortune. Sonya 204 Foster. Pamela 204 Fox. Samuel 183
Frawley. Elizabeth 45.50.54. 56. 78. 183
Frawley. Lynne 45. 50. 54. 56. 106. 183
Frazier. Rhonda 42. 193
Freeman. Audra 24. 54.60. 183
Fresh. Sherri 193
Friend. Kathryn 26.46. 193
Friend. Michael 204
Fritz. Carol 105.193
Frye. Gregory 88. 204
Frye. James 88
Funderburk. Mark 48. 183
Fuselicr, Denise 24.193
Gabor. Matthew 193
Gacek. Troy 193
Gagne. Richard 204
Gannon. Scott 204
Garmore, David 193
Garner. Robert 183
Garner. Tyrone 27.204
Garrett. Daryl 193
Gates. Karen 48. 158
Gates, Lisa 183
Gatlin. Jim 183
Gavrock. Carmen 45.158.193
Gavrock. Gary 66. 82.84
Gawlik. Ed 56.82. 84. 112. 117. 158.
Gayden, Sucllen 24.45.50. 193 Gelvin, Robert 204
Gentry. Brad 82.84. 141. 148. 158.220 Gcrth. Becky 158
Gertschcn. Cindy 18.19,37.90. 119. 190. 193
Gibcault. Lisa 1.19. 29. 30.40. 41.45. 184.108.40.206. 58. 59. 134. 136. 145.
Gibson. Robert 183 Giden. John 204
Gingery. Joel 45.104. 118. 137. 183 Gingrich. Shawn 18. 19.42, 50.73.190. 193
Gladden. George 204
Gladden. Jane 193
Glover. Kenneth 88.204
Glover. Wendy 193
Goodlctt. Cammic 193
Goodlctt, Sheri 183
Goodwin. Michelle 183
Goodwin, Sheila 204
Goss. Donna 26,27
Graddy. Mary (Charlotte) 103. 204
Grannis. Robert 22. 193
Gray. Sylvester 102. 204
Green, Sharon 183
Green. Zachary 88. 204
Grcenbury, Darren 102. 204
Greenhaw. Bobbie 193
Greer. Becky 24.45.193
Griffith. Larry 88
Griggs. Faye 27
Gross. Mark 158
Grubb. Tony 88. 204
Guetterman, Katherine 45.98. 106,
107.1II. 193 Gurley. Steve 204
Gwin. Jay (Andy) 26.29. 31. 50. 51.55. 134. 141. 145. 147. 158
Haddock. Adrienne 26. 28. 29. 30.50.
51.55.63. 134. 141. 158
Hager. Carl 29.31,48. 78, 158
Haile. Renee 44. 193
Halbrook. Cindy 22. 24.29.31. 158
Hale. Beth 24.45. 193
Hale. Carl 193
Hale. Louis 68. 136. 142. 159
Hale. Roy 159
Haley. Angela 57.68. 113.117.136.
140. 143. 148. 159
Hall. Michelle 193
Halliburton. Joetta 26. 183
Halvorscn. April 204
Hamilton. Joe 66. 159
Hamilton. Tina 193
Hancc. Karen 193
Hance. Keith 159
Hancc. Thomas 204
Hancock. Joann 193
Hancock. Cynthia 27.183
Hanna. Gary 183
Hannah. Carolyn 204
Hannah. Ted 194
Hansgcn. Suzanne 48. 194
Hara im. Michelle 204
Hardaway. Mathew 94.95.96. 194. 204
Hardee. Kim 45.61.111. 183,
Hardee. Michele 73, 194
Harkncss. Lavonda 29. 31. 55. 136.148.
Harkncss. Melinda 107. 194
Harkncss. Sherry 183
Harless. Brenda 194
Harper. Curtis 88. 104. 204
Harrald, Belinda 204
Harrell. Billy 183
Harrington. Felccia 204
Harris. Annette 27,183
Harris. Cassandra 18. 28. 29. 31.51.
III. 117.148. 159
Harris, Dawn 183
Harris. Donna 194
Harris. Jannctte 27. 183
Harris. Jarrod 24. 35. 36. 110. 119.183
Harris. Kenneth 204
Harris. Lafayc 194
Harris. Rhonda 183
Harrison. Angie 220.127.116.11. 55. 57,
58. 59,68. 131. 135. 137. 145. 147. 159
Hart, Andrew 194
Hart. Denise 194
Hart. Joe 42.43.108
Hart. Lawrence 183
Hart, Sara 204
Hartley. Beth 183
Harvey. David 19. 22. 24.45. 194
Harvey. Yvette 18.19,42.45.48. 50,
54. 57.62.72. 135. 136, 145. 159 Hassen. Sherry 205 Hasscn.Tina 183 Hastings, Christy 194 Hatchcl, Kenneth 88 Hatcher, Tim 183 Hathcock. Vickie 74. 88 Hawkins. David 28. 31 Hawkins. John 48. 205 Hawkins. Tama 103, 205 Hawkins. Thomas 183 Hayes. Lisa 183 Hayes. Michael 82.194 Hayes. Vicky 205 Hays. Ronald 205 Hayslip.Gary 194 Hazlctt. Mary 194 Hazlctt. Tom 159 Healy. Mary 159 Heathcock. Melanie 194 Hebert. Leigh 205 Hemmings. Donna 27. 205 Henderson. Darryl 71. 184 Henry. David 205 Heroid. Richard 54 Hcrold. Richard 205 Heroid. Robert 205 Hcsford. David 205 Hicks. Vickie 205 Hill. Dawn 159 Hill. Maurice 94. 96 Hill. Michelle 92. 194 Hill. Susan 184
Hill. Tim 19,68.88. 102.140, 205
Hill. Timothy 27. 82.84. 160
Hill. Tony 184
Hill. Tressy 27.98. 184
Hines, James 24.48. 148. 160
Hines. Janice 148, 160
Hissong, Debbie 105. 194
Hivner. James 36.45.50. 54.108.184
Hivner. Patricia 205
Hodges. Tina 27. 107. 194
Hogan. Angie 28. 30. 148. 160
Hogan, Steve 194
Holderman. John 25,194
Honakcr, Carl 184
Honeycutt. James 27. 28. 30. 31.42 43
Hood. Mike 50. 194
Hooker. Becky 184
Hoover. Ann 194
Hopper. Curtis 27
Houston. Arthur 26. 27.78.184
Houston. Gams 27, 184
Howard. Carlton 102, 205
Howard. Scott 22. 205
Hoxic. John 50. 184
Hoxie. Steve 194
Hubbard. Tommy 205
Huckabcc. Darlene 160
Hudman. Jackie 194, 205 Hudson. David 37. 39.66. 136. 139. 160. 205.220 Huffman. Micah 88. 205 Huffman. Michelle 205 Huffman. Ron 194 Hughes, Linda 103.205 Hughes. Roger Dale 194 Hultz, Debbie 106, 107.114. 194 Hultz. Theresa 98. 106. 114. 184 Hummel. Billie Jo 25. 194 Humphrey. James 184 Hunt. Derrick 26. 78.82.84 Hunter. Clinton Mark 205 Hupp. Malcolm 205 Hurd, Shirley 205 Huston. Sheri 205
Ingram. Jeff 205 Irving. Sandra Jean 184
Jackson. Lisa 205
Jackson. Missy 184
Jackson. Sophia 205
Jager, Michelle Renee 194
Jarrell. Pam 184
Javins. Rebbccca 205
Jenkins. Portia 26. 184
Jenkins. Shay 79. 148.160
Jensen, Becky 205
Jerry. Beverly 205
Johnson. Charles 184
Johnson. Cherilyn 26. 73.148.160
Johnson, Cliff 39. 82. 94. 184
Johnson. Dan 24
Johnson. Donna Lynn 59. 194
Johnson. Donna R. 25. 111. 194
Johnson. Doug 28. 88. 205
Johnson, Freddie 48. 88. 102. 205
Johnson. Jennifer 205
Johnson. Landon Bruce 184
Johnson. Lynda 45. 54. 145. 148. 160
Johnson. Mike 205
Johnson. Renee 160
Johnson. Susie 48. 18.104.22.168. 148, 161.214
Johnson. Tia 184
Johnson. Vickie 45. 48. 55. 56. 57.98.
99. 101.106. M3. 135. 141. 145. 146.
Johnson. Wendy 205. 239
Johnston. Debra 205
Johnston, Michcal 48. 184
Johnston. Tammi 184
Jones. Amy D. 28.45. 54, 56. 184
Jones. Amy J. 28.40. 205
Jones. Bruce 184
Jones. Carolyn 22.214.171.124
Jones. Fcrlanda 103, 205
Jones, Kelvin 194
Jones. Marcel 94. 112.194
Jones. Marvalista 205
Jones. Melody 194
Jones, Melvin 26,148. 161
Jones. Richard 22. 24. 30. 51,77. 110.
Jordan. Rhonda 18. 19, 74. 205
Jordan. Rocky 205
Joslin, Sean 82. 184
Joyner. Dena 184
Joyner. Enzo 205
Joyner. Michael 37. 194
Juneau. Kim 45. 54. 56.61.92. 136. 184
Kamcrzink. Debra 205 Karsko. Miranda 205 Karsko. Wanda 184 Keeler. Paul 205 Keeton. Melvin 205 Keeton. Pat 195 Keller, Kurtis 206 Kellctt. Mary 26. 184 Kelley. Diana 161 Kelley. Joanna 206
Kelly. Chad 88. 206 Kelsey. Ronald 88.206 Kennedy. Dawn 195 Kenny. Mary 29. 30. 161 Kenny. Paul 195 Kent. Barbara 206 Keslcr. Lisa 38.39.195 Kidwcll. Bruce 195 Kimbcl, Kenneth 195 Kincaid. Rachel 59. 200. 206 King. Jeffrey 51,206 Kisner, James 206 Klinkefus. Julie 195 Klinkefus. Scott 161 Knevitt. Kathleen 184 Knight. Rosalind 26.27.161 Kngihts. Wendy 195 Knox. Keith 28.82. 206 Kucidcr. Teresa 74. 206 Kuykendall, Laurie 206 Kyseth, Donna 161
LaBonte. Michael 19. 26.42. 44. 45.49. 50. 136.143. 161 Lacey. Donna 27.184. 195 LaComb. Leslie 206 LaFaycttc. Lisa 206 Laird. Johnny 117,121, 161 Laird. Timmy 195 Laird. Toni 206 Lamont, Robin 74. 195 Landry. Paul 195 Landry. Suzanne 206 Lane, Donny 104.117,143.162 Lane. Teresa 22. 25. 29. 31.55.70. 136. 162
Langlois. Danielle 25. 195
Largue, James 82. 195
Latham, Jon 206
Laurent. Aimee 206
Lavander. Becky 27. 195
Lawrence. Scan 162
Lawson. Mitch 190.195
Lee, Frank 82. 195
Leech. Sharon 195
Leppert. John 195
Lester. Sean 206
Lewis, Andrcc 24. 26.111
Lewis, Donna 206
Lewis. Kenneth 194
Lewis, Rickey 206
Lewis. Shironda 206
Licbcngood. Debbie 162
Lightfoot. James 28. 71. 136,143.162
Like. Donna 27, 162
Lindsey. Larry 195
Lindsey. Marla 184
Linkous. Valerie 162.239
Livingston. Sandy 184
Locke. Carol 195
Lockhart. Bill 184
Lockhart. Wes 82.184
Logan. Deanna 51. 206
Logan, Jennifer 184
Logan. Phillip 88, 206
Logsdon. Steve 206
Lombardo. Raymon 185
Long. David Ernest 162
Long. David Eugene 162
Long. Paul 195
l.ongo, John 206
Lonier, Pamela 109.118.195
Lomcr, Robert 162
Lopez. Lore 185
Lorcncy. Karen 206
Lorimer, Danya 27.162
Lucas. Paul 66. 162
Lyell. George 71.185
Lyell. Keith 195
Lynch. Ronald 195
Mabayan. Carol 27.45. 54.63. 185 Mace. Shelia 185 Maesaveny, Debbie 206
Maesaveny. Mary 27. 163
Magruder. Drew 195
Maharrey, Kevin 195
Maioriello. Lisa 163
Malone. Joy 27,98.99. 100. 101. 106.
Mallory, Hazel 163
Manley. Christine 195
Manning. Mark Allen 88. 206
Manning. Mike 25. 35. 185
Manning. Rhonda 90
Marbry. Elmer 206
Marcy. Andrea 103. 107, 206
Marhevka. Rosie 185
Marlow, Patti 27. 163
Marshall. Barbara 185
Marshall. Martha 163
Martin. Arthada 27.44. 206
Martin. Eileen 195
Martin. Ricky 163
Martinez. David 66. 163
Martinez, Loni 185
Martinez. Mary 185
Martinez. Tim 78. 185
Massey. James 67.163
Massey. Randy 185
Massey, Undria 195
Matheson, Linda 103, 206
Mathis. Cathy 206
Mathis. Theresa 29. 31.41. 108.110.
Matthews. Betty 185
Matthews. Mazmc 206
Mauldin. Mark 206
Maxwell. Sharon 206
May. Mike 207
Mayfield. Traci 207
Mayhugh. Harriet 126.96.36.199. 131.
Mayhugh. Laura 73. 195
McBride. David 207
McBride, l.isa 185
McBride. Valaric 142.163
MeBroom. Cynthia 195
McCarthy. Darla 50. 54. 164.154
McCaskill. Jason 207
McCauley. Missy 195
McClain. John 195
McClanahan. David 196
McCollum. Angie 196
McCullough. Derwin 164
McCullough. Tim 207
McDaniel. William 94.185
McElyea. James 207
McFarland. Lori 185
MeGary, David 48.207
McGee. Blam 207
McGlocklin. Lora 196
McIntyre. Harriet 31.71.148, 164
Mckec. Greg 207
McKnight, Christina 207
McMahan. Keith 207
McMahan. James 31.45. 50. 55. 82.85.
McMann. Donald 207 McRce. David 185
MeSwain. Chris 37. 82. 85.94.140. 164
MeVay. Paula 207
Mcdcaris. Jennifer 196
Medina. Miscella 207
Menees. Gary 22. 24. 29. 31.57.70.
136. 141. 164,433
Meyer. Tina 185
Middleton. Doris 196
Middlton. Gloria 78.143,164
Middleton. Tony 148, 185
Middleton. Trent 27.82. 110. 185
Milam. Erik 88. 207
Milam. Steve 33. 143.164
Miles. Morris 164
Miller. Alondra 48. 56.60. 109.117.
Miller. Amy 207
Miller. Angela 164
Miller. Brenda 107. 196
Miller. Bryon 164
Miller. Daphne 185
Miller. Duane 196
Miller. Dwayne 196
Miller. Johnna 185
Miller. Lisa 188.8.131.52. 56.68. 131.
143, 145. 164,239
Miller. Mark 56. 164
Miller. Michael 207
Miller. P J. 78.82. 119.180. 185
Miller. Rebecca 207
Miller. Roger 82
Millington. Lori 196
Molari. Wanda 207
Molder. Thomas 138,164
Monasco. Johnny 185
Montgomery. Tina 196
Moody. Angel 207
Moony. Billy 207
Moore. Brian 45.67. 148. 196
Moore. Cindi 29.45. 55. 56.135.136.
Moore. David 24. 54. 56.185 Moore. John 55. 57. 145. 164 Moore. Karen 109. 196 Moore. Louis 27. 88. 102. 207
Moore. Mary 196 Moore. Tina 207 Morgan. Brent 207 Morgan. Terry 27.185 Morin. Mike 207 Morrison. Cheryl 207 Morrison. Joan 148. 164 Morrison. Matt 207 Morrison. Tim 196 Morton. Allyson 92.196 Moses. Cindy 164 Moskovitz, Rodney 185 Moss. Beverly 164.196 Moss. Robert 88 Moss, Tcrcsci 26.185 Moss. Theresa 27 Mulari. John 164 Murphy. Annette 26. 185 Murphy, Donna 54 Murray. Andrea 207 Murray, Richard 82.185 Murray. Rodger 207 Myer. Allen 207 Myers. Pam 185 Myrick. Pat 108. 207
Nail. Vicki 25.185
Nash. Kenny 68. 164
Ncllscn. Carolyn 196
Nelson, Anthony 27.82. 196
Nelson.Charles 54. M2. 117. 164
Nelson. Concnc 207
Nelson. Greg 22. 24. 49.51.54. 164
Neville. Sonja 106.185
Newcomb. Bruce 185
Newcomb. Lucy 207
Newman. Michael 88. 207
Nichelson. Bart 48. 184.108.40.206
Nichclson. Carol 164
Nix. Beth 196
Noakes. Marc 207
Noakes. Steve 29.30.166
Noble. James 185
Nociar. Luckic 105. 1%
Nowak, Evan 207 Nunn. James 186
Oglesby, Andy 196 Oglesby. Dean 196 O’lcary, Mike 88. 207 Oliver. Curt 88. 207 Oliver. Jill 186.215.220 Olson. Lorcc 109, 196 Oncdcra. Helen 50. 54. 56. 186 O’Rourke. Ronnie 26.196 Ortega. Elizabeth 166 Oswald. Lisa 186 Outten, Lisa 207 Overstreet, William 207 Owens. Lisa 196 Owens. Rebecca 79. 166
Pack. Debbie 186
Page, Charles 24. 186
Page. David 186
Page. James 207
Paige, Stephanie 166
Palacio, Dorothv 27.196
Palmer. Terri 207
Pannell, Edwin 207
Panncll. Randy 186
Parham. Amy 25. 207
Parham. Lamar 186
Parham, Lori 196
Parham. Stephanie 196
Parham. Tawana 48, 107. 207
Parks. Ladronne 27. 38. 39. 46. 77.186
Parsons. Todd 40. 53,57.148. 166
Pasanen. Tina 196
Patterson. Maureen 25. 207
Paul. Randy 207
Pavy. Daren 208
Payne. Lisa 208
Peek. Vicky 186
Pectc. Barbara 26. 186, 208
Pcetc. Joe 82
Pcetc. Juanita 186
Peetc. Robbie 26.186
Pennington. Donnie 208
Pennington. Richard 48. 108. 110, 196
Penter. Debbie 208
Perdue. Bridgette 166
Perdue. Patty 196
Perry. David 66. 166
Perry. Dcvland 208
Perry. DeWayne 208
Perry. John 29. 31.55. 57.145.166
Perry. Kathy 186
Perry. Lisa 24.45. 51.61.70. 196
Perry. Theresa 186
Perry. Timothy 82.196
Perry. Tracey 208
Peters. Connie 26. 220.127.116.11. 105.
Peterson. Tommy 27. 29. 31. 108. 117. 166
Phillips. Cynthia 27.196
Phillips. Jeff 108. 208
Phillips. Kenneth 94.95.96. 97
Phillips. Tara 26. 27.208
Phillips. Zaundra 166
Pickle. Anthony 25. 196
Pierce. Doug 196
Pierce. Kelly 18.104.22.168
Pike. James 94.95. 197
Pine Dena 197
Pincr, Howard 208
Pin lac. Brian 24. 197
Pitsos. Tina 166
Pittman. Lisa 27. 208
Pluitt. Wanda 197
Plunk. Greg 25.186
Poindexter. Vivian 197
Poortvlitc. Karen 27
Pope. Mike 78. 186
Porterfield. John 186
Poston. Stephanie 48.98.99. 100.101.
Prescott. Tammy 208
Prescott. Thomas 167
Preston. Byron 50. 197
Preston. Darren 44, 50. 54. 56. 186
Price. David 45. 197
Price. Tina 167
Price. Tony 167
Priest. Lori 186
Pruett, Johnny 167
Pruett. Tim 32. 186
Pruitt. Lisa 208
Purinton. Kelly 26. 186
Purtle. Shannon 98. 106. 107. 113. 197
Pyland. Chris 48. 186
Quick. Carl 186
Raburn. Brian 197
Raburn, Ty 167
Roger. Allen 208
Ramos. Jose 54.167
Rangle, Raynold 197
Ransom. Kimbcrlcc 27.48.98. 197
Rapozo. Robert 208
Rather. Liz 103.107. 208
Rather. Sam 197
Ray. Richard 197
Rayman, Rebecca 27, 208
Raymond. David 167
Raymond. Philipp 208
Rayncr. Kevin 94. 186
Redick. Eric 197
Reed, Betty 208
Reed. Cindy 22.214.171.124
Reed. Elsie 186
Reed, Howard 208
Reed. Kim M3. 118.186
Reed. Missy 27. 208
Reeder. Lisa 26. 27.107.208
Reilly. Angie 208
Rcynantc. Annalettcs 27, 208
Reynolds. Lynn 208
Rhmehart.Shawna 54. 57, 138 14K
Rhoads. Angel 208
Rhoads. Mary 186
Rhodes. Wanda 208
Rice. Charles A 208
Rice. Charles D. 167
Rice. Eddie 55.145.167
Rice. Kristina 40.45. 50. 113. 186
index 26!Richard. Raqucl 208 Richareson. Dan 88. 208 Richardson. Sarena 28. 29. 30. 55.57. 168
Ricks. Kevin 186
Ricks. Kimberly 197
Ridley. Liz 208
Ridlcv. Matt 25
Risby. Marva 208
Ritter. Cindy 45.186
Rivcnbark. Michelle 208
Rivera. Harold 208
Rives. Richard 197
Roberson. Allen 48. 186
Roberson. Jennifer 168
Roberts. Gayle 197
Roberts. Leigh 186
Roberts. Lisa 209
Roberts. Susan 27. 209
Robinson. Bruce 186
Robinson. David 88. 209
Rodriguez. Rachel 209
Roe. Margo 54. 187
Roc. Mike 66. 186
Roc. Peter 55.57. 145. 147. 168
Roelke. Mary 25.45. 51. 187.215
Roelke. Sharron 45. 126.96.36.199.
117. 136. 137. 148. 168
Rogers. Amy 18. 114. 208
Rogers. Kim 187
Rogers. Mike 209
Ross. Debbie 27
Ross. Maria 197
Rowan. Anne 56.148. 168
Rowan. Vicki 25. 31. 148. 168
Rowland. Howard 209
Royal. Sharron 168. 209
Royston. James 24. 110. 168
Runions. Kathy 65. I 38. 148. 168
Rush. Joyce 26.45. 54. 74. 111. 187
Russel. Steve 197
Russel. Susan 187
Rutledge. Kenneth 197
Sampictro. Frank 82.85.88. 168 Sanders. Doyle 82. 187 Sanders. Eric 209 Sanders. John 197 Sanders. Lisa 168 Sanford. Sonya 27. 168 Santos. Robert 197 Sartain. Denise 197 Savage. Samantha 209 Sawyer. Don 187 Sawyer. Johnathan 209 Saylors. Sandy 200. 209 Scanlon. Martin 82. 187 Scanlon. Margie 209 Scarborough. Mark 187 Schaab. Darlene 187 Schellangc. Carole 27 Schilling. Cliff 197 Schmall. Elizabeth 187 Schul a. Kelly 197 Scoggins. Eric 187 Scoggins. Jeffery 209 Scott. Dwan 88. 102. 209 Scott. Marylyn 106. 107. 117. 169 Scott. Tabatha 27.75. 187 Scudcri.Gma 187 Selvy. Michelle 209 Seven. David 209 Sexton. Zachary 209 Shanghan. Ann 209 Shannon. Anderson 27. 197 Shannon. Mark 88 Shaw. Harold 197 Shearer. Sadonna 54. 56. 169 Sheffield. Joe 209 Sheffield. Tim 82. 85.88. 138. 169 Shelton. Reginald 88. 209 Shepard. Lisa 187 Sherrill. Angie 54. 109.187 Sherrill. Cristal 209
Sherrill, Sherry 187
Shilling. Cliff 82. 209
Shivers. Ronald 187
Shoemakc. Mike 197
Short. Daniel 197
Short. Lisa 27. 187
Sidlev. Matt 197
Sidwell. Ricky 82. 197
Sim. Daniel 45. 54. 56.62.136 I4|
Sim. Diana 45. 54. 187
Sim. Lucrctia 187
Simmons. Susan 169
Simpson. Kelly 36. 37,45. 50. 54 57
64.90. 117. 145. 135. 137. 147 Mg '
Sims. Bernadette 27
Sims. Joseph 169
Sirignano. Michcal 169
Sisk. Naom. 27. 197
Skulsky. Brandy 209
Skulsky. Mary 24
Slcdd. Vicky 45. 54. 187
Smallwood. Vicki 54. 106. 169
Smith. Alice 197
Smith. Carrie 27.187
Smith. Charles 169, 182
Smith. Christine 77. 197
Smith. Diana 209
Smith. Greg 26. 77. 169
Smith. Hazel 25
Smith, Jamye 198
Smith. Jerc 28.49.138. 142.169
Smith. Mctra 170
Smith. Pam 54. 145. 147.170
Smith. Shcronda 209
Smith. Stephen 187
Smith. Steve 187
Smith. Tanya 209
Smith, Teresa 187
Smith. Wendy 114.209
Souter. David 198
Spann. Ron 170
Speck. Sheryl 45.61. 187
Speck. Tom 114. 209
Spencer. Den a 209
Spencer. Sherry 79. 170
Spencer. William 37.85. 137. 170
Springfield. Bob 19. 22. 25. 39. 40. 41
81. 110. 117. 142. 148. 170
Stanley. Adrienne 27
Stanley. Darrell 209
Stanley . Jeff 209
Stanley. Joanna 27. 170
Starr. Cheri 24.198
Starr. Sandy 187
Stephens. Joseph 209
Stephens. Larry 88. 209
Stephenson. Allen 88. 209
Stephenson. Michelle 19. 38. 39. 170
Stephenson. Tammy 198
Stevens. Elizabeth 209
Stevens. Robert 187
Stewart. Denise 209
Stewart. Marilyn 187
Stickley. Donna 37. 90. 187
Stollmcycr. Matt 88. 209
Stowe. Laurie 170
Stratton. Ronnie 209
Streets. Jo Ann 187
Stringfellow. Todd 209
Stroud. Amy 198
Stroud. James 88. 209
Stroud. Ricky 198
Stubblefield. Sandy 187
Stubbs. Bernice 103. 209
Stubbs. Todd 187
Sullivan. Donna 26. 57. 170
Sullivan. Sylvia 209
Sumner. Timothy 88. 209
Sutorus. Tim 82. 112. 187
Swaync. Ruth 198
Swickard. Robert 198
Swift. Shawn 48. 66. 79
Swihart. Cindy 40.45.50. 54. 72. 188
Swords. Chris 66
Talada, Richie 88. 142.209
Talada. Yvonne 19.40. 45. 55. 57.148,
Tapley. Bobby 170 Tate. Jacqueline 209 Tate. Latonya 209 Tate. Sandra 27
Taylor. Barbara 27.98. 100. 101. 188
Taylor. Christy 26. 51. 171
Taylor. Dan 108. 198
Taylor. Kenny 28. M2.198
Taylor. Lisa 209
Taylor. Lucretia 27. 74. 75. 188
Taylor. Roy 198
Taylor. Steven 26. 198
Taylor. Trina 209
Taylor. Vickie 210
Taylor. Virginia 25. 210
Terry. John 171
Thicn. Jerri 48.107. 210
Thomas. Andre 210
Thomas. Edgar 171
Thomas. Fclccia 210
Thomas. Mary 27. 188
Thomas. Titus 198
Thomas. Trina 27. 188
Thompson. Bruce 188
Thompson. Karen 188.8.131.52
Thompson. Lisa 188
Thompson. Michael 188
Thompson. Nitia 210
Thompson. Troy 37. 39.94.96. 198
Thornton. Paul 88. 210
Thrclkcld. Tami 210
Tibbetts. Bernard 54
Tilandcr. Kirk 109. 117
Tillery. John 188.210
Tilley. John 66. 210
Tilley. Sandra 171
Tilley. Sharon 210
Tillman. Tammy 171
Tipps. Deana 171
Townsend. Marshell 198
Tracey. Thomas 210
Travis. Sandra 210
Trombley. Heather 210
Truesdafe. Charles 198
Trujillo. Jennifer 18. 210
Tubbs. Tim 82.198
Tuck. Tony 82.85. 104. 117.171
Tullis. David 210
Tullos. Michael 171
Turnagc. David 50. 54. 188
Turner. Chris 94. 96. 112. 188
Turncr, Elizabeth 29. 184.108.40.206.
143. 171. 179. 190.239
Turner. Gary 171
Turner. Janet 210
Turner. Teresa 50. 54. 188
Turosky. Joyce 145. 171
Turrcll. Missy 198
Tuttle. Daphnnc 198
Twigg. Matthew 210
Underwood. Charolettc 76, 188
Vandcrgrift. James 210 Vandcrgauf. Daisy 48. 104. 117 Vann. Cassandra 210 Vann. Tracy 98.100. 198 VanOostrum. Karen 48. 198 VanOostrum. Grant 94. 198 VanTassell. Amanda 106, 107. 188 VanVIeet. Teresa 188 Vasquez. Renee 210 Vincent. Susan 172 Vmson. Larry 210
Vinson. Michelle 19. 25. 26. 105. Ill, 198
Vi neon. Tanzania 26. 27.200 Vogt. Jerry 210
Wade. James 188 Wagner. Kelly 172 Wagner. Tonja 210
Waits. Bailcs 66. 82. 83. 104. 117. 119.
140. 143. 148. 172
Walker. Greg 172.210
Walker. David 198
Walker. Jack 188
Walker. James S 82
W alker. James T 82. 104, 110. 188
Walker. Jannct 38. 39.40. 48. 54. 62.
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W alker. John 188 Walker. Rczshson 210 Wallace. Eddie 210 Wallace. Kevin 198 Wallace. Lcnnic 210 Wallace. Stephanie 55.172
Walls. Karen 29. 31.40. 41.44. 50. 55.
72. 135. 136. 145. 147. 148. 172.239
Ward. Chris 88
Ward. Donald 210
Ward. Kelly 106. 188
Ward. Nathan 198
Ward. Theresa 42. 74. 198
Ward. Vickie 210
Ware. Tabitha 111
Warf. Kim 198
Warner. Linda 25. 38. 39.45. 51. 188. 215
Warner. Sandy 37.92.190. 198
Watkins. Belinda 172
Watson. Chandra 210
Watson. Francie 24
Watson. Linda 172
Watson. Marueena 210
Watt. Christine 198
Weakley. Sam 143. 172
Weaver. Rodney 188
Webb. Todd 136. 172
Weekes. Danny 82.85. 172
Weis. Tuesday 24. 198
Welch. Virginia 210
Wellman. William 210
Wells. Teresa A 66. 188
Wells. Teresa S 45. 78. 106. 107. 198
Wcrenskjold. George Karl 210
Wcrenskjold. Jon 31. 37.115.117. 140.
Westmoreland. Jay 37.198
Wheat. Lisa 210
White. Beth 188
White. Cassandra 211
White. Charles 199
White. Darryl 211
White. Lee 136.172
White. Michelle 199
White. Rebecca 220.127.116.11. 239
Whitson. Jessica 211
Wilbanks. Mark 112. 117. 172
Wilburn. Shari 199
Wilder. Lara 211
Wilder. Lisa 50. 98. 108
Wildman. Melinda 211
Wiles. James 29. 31.54. 172
Wiles. Jeffrey 211
Wilkins. Russell 18. 37. 39.199
Wilkins. Timothy 211
Williams. Bakaal 19.82. 188
Williams. Barry 20.88. 102.211
Williams. Becky 211
Williams. Curtis 199
Williams. Cynthia 188
Williams. Dana 199
Williams. Deborah 26. 73. 211
Williams. Debra 188
Williams. Lisa 45. 55. 57.65. 98. 99.
W illiams. Melissa 188
W illiams. Renee 188
Williamson. Judy 148. 172
Wilson. Connie 18.104.22.168. 48. 55.
Wilson. Gcrthie 98. 100
Wilson. James 26, 45
Wilson. Jay 28. 199
Wilson. John 19.88. 200.211
Wilson. Reginald 102
Wilson. Rcnctta 211
W inccuff. Wendy 211
W ire. Tclctha 199
Wistosk. Arthur 211
Witham. Mickic 54. 188
Wood. Kelly 188
Woodard. Charles 188
Woodstock. Arthur 88
Woodward. Lisa 211
Woodworth. Lisa 211
Word. Christopher 211
Wray. Pamela 199
Wray. Walter 24.94. 199
Wren. Gina 27. 211
Wren. Tonja 211
Wright. Anthony 82
Wright. Ken 82. 199
Wyatt. Sandra 28. 29. 31. 54. 148. 172
Yarbrough. Joe 199 Young. Bobby 211 Young. Gary 199 Young. Lisa 27.72.172
Zanctti. Denise 172 Zanctti. Mike 172 Zcbergs. Jeff 211 Zumwalt. William 211 Zvolanck. Angie 172
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