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Opening.....................1 Activities.................17 Faculty....................53 Seniors....................63 Classes...................107 Clubs.....................139 Sports....................169 Reflections...............209 Ads.......................223 Millington Central High School Millington, Tennessee Volume XXXIX 1984 Editor: Amy Jones Assistant Editor: Elizabeth Frawley Assistant Editor: Cindy Swihart Copy and Layout Editor: Kristina Rice opening 1Trying to arrange a suitable schedule . . . going from table to table . . . and getting in mass confusion . . . the old school feeling arose in all the students. The waiting, the checking, and the signing had to be completed before they were officially ready to start the NEW school year. Registration proved to be tiring for the teachers as well as the students. 2 openingTaking schoolday pictures, practicing for Friday night’s half-time performance, drilling for perfection and studying for tests were all part of the commencement of the new school year. Working for perfection is one of the goals Millington Central High School students strive toward. opening 3Millington Rolls • • • On The River opening 56 openingThe beginning of the 1983-84 school year started off at a rapid pace. The first pep rally, held in honor of the opening football game, was well received by the student body. It proved to bring much excitement to the students and great inspiration to the football team. To add to the excitement of that week, the school was honored by special guests. Freedom Jam — a touring rock group. The lead singer sang a special song to a member of the student body, Dayna Ballard. There was much enthusiasm shown while they performed — the school spirit has definitely increased since last year. opening 710 openingDuring the 1983-84 school year, MCHS students were seen striving for academic success. Some students prepared for their future through vocational classes and extracurricular activities. For example, the computer science classes have grown from three 1st year classes to four 1st classes and one 2nd year class, which are being taught by Mr. Crenshaw. The school provided four new computers that are to be shared between the clerical classes and the Computer II class. Other vocational classes are Drafting, SOE, Cosmetology, Food Service, and Distributive Education which teach the students new skills for their careers. In the extracurricular activities, the band members were very hard at work as they prepared for various competitions. Over the summer, . , . v'.’f’rrr';' they went to band camp at the University of Tennessee at Martin. The band was rewarded for their efforts. Other activities in which students were hard at work during the year were football, basketball, softball, and theatrical and musical productions. The scramble to classes and to lunch and the restless days in study hall were customs that remained unchanged from the beginning to the end of the school. opening 11The Toga and Homecoming Dances turned out to be great successes. At the Toga dance, which was sponsored by the Computer Club, everyone was to dress up in a toga; an award was given to Terry Carter for the Best Toga. The club also held a dance contest. The winners were P. J. Miller and Terri Wells, who received trophies for their efforts. The money that was made from the dance was used to buy a Sony big screen monitor for the Computer classes. The Homecoming dance, held by the Pep Club had a new twist in it. It was held in the school courtyard and seemed to be a change for the better. The theme was the “Roaring 20's” where the couples were supposed to be dressed in 20’s style. All in all, both dances made it a year to be remembered. 12 openingminiN KOlTINb CtON Homecoming 1983 ■ - opening 1314 opening WELCOME Millington iOential ftiah HOME OF THE MlflTY HUM! opening 15Graduation is a sad and happy occasion — a time for tears and a time for joy. As seniors leave MCHS and pass on to explore the world, they take with them the fond memories of their senior year. In particular, graduation is the greatest of all nights. It symbolizes the end of a significant year of hard work and the beginning of a new vitality. They will struggle and conquer today’s obstacles and reach for a better tomorrow. With every step, they will make progress in climbing the ladder to success; and when each senior reaches the top, he or she can shout, “Look mom! I made it!!” As they continue to succeed, the Class of 1984 will look back and cherish the wonderful times and the excellent education MCHS so gladly bestowed. openingActivities Editors: Sheryl Speck Linda Warner s4ctivitieA The Mighty Mississippi. . . still untamed as it was over 400 years ago, challenges nature at every turn as it majestically makes its way onward. With a mind of his own, a sense of humor, and courage for tomorrow, Ole Man River, “don say nothin — he jes’ keeps rollin’ along!” activities division 17Calamity Jane The Spnng play. Calamty Jane, proved to be a big success for the M C.H.S. Drama Department. Credit for an outstanding performance went to the artwork and stage crews, the cast, and Mrs. Shull, the director. Cast Jane Barnes. Tim Barnes. Scott Blankenbeckler, Doris. Butt. Uoyd Bryant. Katie Casson. Bnan Casson. John Chambers. Patty Chambers. Ray Chester. KimoCodho. Toni Como. Paula Crowder. Elizabeth Frawley, Cindy Gertschen. Adrienne Haddock. Brian Haddock. Michele Hardee. Beth Hartley. David Harvey. Tim Hill. Patricia Hivner. James Honeycutt. David Hudson. Lisa Kesler, Teresa Lane, Teresa Mathis. Harriet Mayhugh, Doug Moore. Mark Noakes, Steve Noakes, Ana Reyante, Amy Rogers. Jere Smith. Richie Talada. Steve Taylor. Kelly Ward. Jay Wilson. Sandra Wyatt Stage Crew Mike Pope. Wes Lockheart, Doug Johnson, James McMahan. Make Up Amy Jones . Blake Brown. Toni Speck. Wendy Smith Pubhaty Julie Bunnell Properties Valerie Linkous . Cherylyn Johnson. Concessions Lulu Turner Denotes — International Thespian Society Members ORCHESTRA Flutes: Terri Dennis. Andra Freeman. Becky Greer. Clarinets Lisa Perry. Beth Hale. Denise Bowers. Cynthia Farmer. Karen Thompson Saxophone Al Gabriel Bass Clarinet Chen Starr. Bugler Andy Hart Trombone Gary Menees. John King French Horn Terry Carter Percussion Mike Anderson. Mike Manning. Sandy Starr Piano Sarena Kay Richardson Trumpets Mike Martin. Greg Nelson. Scott Bearup. Deanna Logan. 18 activitesDracula Miss Wells, Maid; Jonathan Harker, Dr. Seward, Abraham Van Helsing, R. M. Renfield, Butterworth, Lucy Seward, Count Dracula, Michelle Hardee, Bart Nichelson, John Heminway, Steven Taylor, Scott Blankenbeckler, Richie Talada, Patty Hivner, Brian Casson Carol Mabayan was the Student Director of the fall production, Dracula. Julie Bunnell was rehearsal promptor. This play helped keep everyone in the Halloween spirit and the students had a great time performing. activities 19Working The Spring Play, Working, is an unusual play that deals with working class people. The play was written from the book, Working by Studs Terkel and adapted for stage by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso. Most of the dialogue was taken from comments by real people about their jobs. Songs were by Craig Carnelia, Micki Grant, Mary Rogers Susan Birkenhead, Stephen Schwartz, and James Taylor. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Shull MUSIC DIRECTOR: STAGE DIRECTOR: Miss Norwood Mrs. Wyatt COSTUME: Mrs. Lightfoot COMPANY Shawn Albertson Carol Maybayan Erin Atteberry Debbie MacSaveny Tim Barnes Eileen Martin Cynthia Brooks Bart Nichelson Brian Casson Andrea Nierad Patty Chambers Curt Oliver Ray Chester Anna Reynante Desta Church Angela Riddle Kenneth Cody Susan Roberts Toni Como Liz Schmall Paula Crowder Hazel Smith Elizabeth Frawley Roberta Sopp Lynne Frawley Richie Talada David Harvey Steven Taylor Patricia Hivner Jerri Thien Amy Jones Mary Tietz Lisa Kesler Missy Turrell Dennis Young ASSISTANT DIRECTORS Julie Bunnell Michelle Hardee CREW Anthony Baker Wes Lockhart Richard Murray Jeff Phillips Darrell Stanley STUDENT ARTISTS Elaine Emerick Gary Hanna Start from the beginning. Hollywood, here we come. Pay attention Lynne. 20 activities Actors frozen on set. Bring your arm forward. Is the rehearsal hard work? Getting ready for another scene. Desta plays a Mexican Immigrant. This is the way it is done. activities 21The MCHS Choirs The MCHS Choral Department is comprised of two general music classes and two performing groups. The general music classes are girls’ chorus and beginning theory. The performing groups are the concert choir and gospel choir. The performing groups have entertained at various school assemblies, at Open House, for Community Day Festivities, at ball games, for the Rotary Club, and at Graduation. All the choirs joined together for a concert at Christmas and in the late spring. The performing groups have participated in the following competitions: All-West, All-State, Solo and Ensemble, and the West Tennessee Choral Festival. The concert choir competes out of town each year in a “Six Flags Festival.” Mrs. Brasfield Concert Choir Row 1, L to R: Mrs. Brasfield, B. Peete, T. Vinson, L. Reeder, D. Curry, M. Claborne, J. Brady, S. Blackenbeckler, A. Copeland, C. Dawson, C. Brooks, J. Halliburton, L. Bryant, T. Phillips. Row 2, L to R: L. Martin, K. Ward, K. Friend, K. Purinton, M. Archer, J. Wilson, E. Pugh, R. O’Rourke, S. Brown, D. Kellet, B. Jones, D. Williams, D. Church. Row 3, L to R: J. Dawson, C. McBroom, L. Bowman, V. Christopher, R. Talada, S. Taylor, E. Milan, C. Miller, S. Roberts, C. Church, A. Reynante, A. Stanley, E. Alexander. 22 activitiesGirls’ Chorus Row 1: Mrs. Brasfield, B. Hooker, J. Smith, J. Oliver, J. Alvoid, E. Stewart, E. Attebury, P. Edminston, K. Wheeler, D. Hemmings. Row 2: C. Stewart, L. Pittman, D. Williams, C. Morris, K. Ross, Patricia Hivner, V. Hayes, B. Rayman, M. Ervin. Gospel Choir Row 1: J. Dawson, M. Vinson, L. Reeder, D. Curry, E. Pugh, C. Dawson, Mrs. Brasfield, M. Archer, C. Brooks, E. Alexander, T. Moss, L. Tate, R. Peete, A. Martin. Row 2: P. Jenkins, J. Thomas, S. Sullivan, J. Rush, A. Louis, D. Moss, F. Thomas, L. Bowman, T. Shipp, J. Campbell, M. Micheal, A. Stanley, M. Ervin, A. Reynante. Row 3: T. Davis, C. Bowers, J. Barnette, T. Stubbs, P. Douglas, J. Walker, M. Hardaway, R. Curry, T. Whitson, B. Young, T. Phillips, M Tietz, T. Copeland. General Choir Row 1: K. Bell. R. Wilson, S. Smith. L. Carter, A. Childress. M. Jones, K. Watson. D. Stewart, S. Houston, A. Harris. K. Hem-mingway, K. Ward, G. Bagley, V. Taylor, C. Young, C. Rhoads. Row 2: B. Poltrock, L. Hughes, D. Ross. A. Hagsten. C. Burnette. R. Wilson, L. Parks, V. Crutcher, T. Perry. T. Ingram, L. Reed. M. Dowers. P. Hance. C. Nelson. C. Fritz. Row 3: J. Hoxie. S. Smith. B. Brooks. R. Jordan. C. Harper. C. Jonson, R. Curry. G. Christopher. K. Kimble. activities 23M.C.H.S. Marching Band The band plays an important role at M.C.H.S. They help to raise the school’s spirit and make the school a better place to be. In addition to the annual spring and Christmas concerts, the band enters their half-time show in two competitions during football season. This proved to be a rewarding experience for all members that attended. Top: Marching Band. Left: Mr. McVay, director. Right: Band Officers: Kneeling: Kim Noble, Manager; Denise Logan, Freshman Representative; Teresa Nehls, Manager. Sitting: Lisa Perry, Librarian; Linda Warner, Vice President. Standing: Wendi Bearup, Manager; Karen Thompson, Uniform; Suellen Gayden, Librarian; Beth Hale, Uniform; Audra Freeman, Secretary; Becky Greer, Junior Representative; Andree Lewis. Senior Representative; Jeff Ingram, Sophomore Representative; Barbra Marshall, Manager. Not pictured: Angie Campbell. President. Bottom Right: Lisa Perry, Field Commander. 24 activities Saxophones — Section Leader: Thomas Clifton. Low Brass — Section Leader: Angie Campbell, (not pictured). a. $£ § ’jrij " f Linda twirls to the tune of Cute. Clarinets — Section Leaders: Denise Bowers, not pictured, and Karen Flutes — Section Leaders: Terri Dennis and Audra Freeman. Thompson. activities 25Band Members Clarinets: Eric Cook, Cindy Farmer, Denise Fuselier, Robert Grannis, Beth Hale, Andree Louis, Karen Thompson. Flutes: Kathryn Broyles, Venessa Christopher, Terri Dennis, Sandra Donnin, Audra Freeman, Becky Greer, Scott Howard, Lori Lishman, Tracey Perry, Susie Roberts. Flag Girls: Danette Barlar, Tara Benton, Mindy Bondzio, Tammie Boswell, Lisa Cooper, Tracy Costa, Michelle Cropper, Gidget Dody, Anne Marie Leese, Tina McKnight, Dee Dee Riepma, Margie Scanlon, Hazel Smith, Virginia Taylor, Patricia Thorton, Charlotte Walker, Debra Williams, Low Brass: Angie Campbell, Suellen Gayden, Jerrod Harris. Majorettes: Mary Roelke, Linda Warner. Saxaphones: Thomas Clifton, Keith Holloway, Sean Lester, Jeff Scoggins, Darryl Stanley. Trumpets: Scot Bearup, Steve Brown, Terry Carter, David Harney, Jeff Ingram, Deanna Logan, Eric Moore, Chuck Paige, Brian Pinlac. Percussion: Vincent Bounds, John Holderman, Carlton Howard, Denise Logan, Mike Manning, Belo Paige. Flag Girls — Captain: Hazel Smith. Percussion — Section Leader: John Holderman. Flag girls are ready to perform. Majorettes — Mary Roelke and Linda Warner. 26 activitiesJazz Band Intermediate Band Beginner Band activities 27The 1984 Yearbook Staff A % 1 The Yearbook staff works very hard all year to produce the annual in time to have it published and distributed to the student body by late spring. The staff consists of seniors and juniors who are selected by Mrs. Burk, the yearbook sponsor. Mrs. Burk receives at least 75 applications each year; this makes chosing a selection of 32 members difficult. To help produce the yearbook, the staff holds a talent show annually which has proven successful. Top Left: Mrs. Burk — Sponsor; Amy Jones — Editor. Top Right: Elizabeth Frawley — Business Manager; Kristina Rice — Copy and Layout Editor; Cindy Swihart — Photography Editor. Middle Left: "Can't you see I wanna be alone?" Middle Right: Elizabeth took this picture, can’t you tell!?! Bottom Left: HARDLY WORKING! Bottom Right: Photographers — Sandy Stubblefield, Eric Blankenbeckler, and Joe Hart. 28Mrs. Burk (sponsor) checks pages. Family Photo Doesn’t Amy take a good picture? (HA HA) Gerthie and Terry look over some pictures. Section Editors Tim’s dad makes a great cake. Yearbook Staff Amy Jones Teresa Hultz Elizabeth Frawley Carol Mabayan Kristina Rice P. J. Miller Cindy Swihart Sandi Stubblefield Linda Warner Jannet Walker Sheryl Speck Gerthie Wilson Tim Hatcher Eric Blankenbecker Elaine Emerick Joe Hart Vickie Hathcock Julie Bunnell Terri Dennis Suellen Gayden Eileen Amaba Donna Johnson Pam Edmiston Lisa Kesler Tracey Fender Brian Moore Lisa Gates Tim Morrison Beth Hartley Jennifer Finder Vickey Blythe Laura Dieckhaus activities 29Paper Staff The Trojan Newspaper Staff works hard every year to put out a newspaper each month for the school. They feel that having to perform under pressure to meet deadlines has truly been an educational experience. Top: Staff: Top row: Elaine Culver, Teresa Ward, Debra MacSaveny. 2nd row: Kenny Davis, Shawn Gingrich, Mrs. Dobbins, Joe Hart. 3rd row: Dena Spencer, Leslie Ervin, Amanda VanTassel. Front: Jerri Thein, Shelia Dillard. Bottom Left: Staff works hard to finish paper. Bottom Right: Co-Editors: Leslie Ervin and Kenny Davis. 30 activitiesSection Editors: Teresa Ward, Shawn Gingrich, and Elaine Culver. Business Manager — Shawn Gingrich, Sponsor — Mrs. Dobbins, and Photographer — Joe Hart. Staff works to meet deadline. Worried that the paper will not meet deadline. I’m working as fast as I can. No pictures again??? activities 31Quill and Scroll Quill and Scroll is an honorary organization for students who have been on the Trojan yearbook staff, the Epic staff, or the Trojan newspaper staff for 2 or more years. These students have done outstanding work and are recognized by this organization. Top: Back row: Elizabeth Frawley, Kristina Rice, Cindy Swihart, Theresa Ward, Elaine Culver, Pam Edmiston. Middle row: Kenny Davis, Leslie Irving, Amy Jones, Vicki Blythe, Elaine Emerick, Jannet Walker, Joe Hart. Front row: Shawn Gingrich. 32 activitiesMCHS Pays Tribute to the Osteens Mr. and Mrs. William L. Osteen Mr. and Mrs. William L. Osteen have given a total of 87 years of service to the youth of our community. Mr. and Mrs. Osteen have also contributed to their church and other community organizations. In 1924. Mr. Bill, who was honored at Millington Community Day. came to Millington to serve as a manual training teacher. Later he served three years as principal of E. E. Jeter before moving back to Millington in 1940. Upon retirement 31 years later. Mr. Bill had become principal of the Millington Schools — three elementary schools grades 1-6 and the high school, grades 7-12 with an excess of 3,200 students. In 1935, Mr. Bill married Miss Doris Dudney of Collievllle. They had one son. William Jr., who graduated from Tulane University and Vanderbilt Law School. Miss Doris taught at Millington until her death in 1966. Bill is now associate general counsel for TVA. He and his wife. Janet live in Knoxville and have two children — William III, a junior at Webb School, and Meg, a third grader. In 1942, Mr. Bill was elected to the Board of the TSSAA. and he remained on this board until his retirement. He served as chairman from 1959-1971. Also he organized and served as the first president of the Millington Rotary Club. A most dedicated part of Mr. Bill’s life is his church. He has served Millington First United Methodist Church in nearly every church office. In 1964, the newly instituted chapter of the National Honor Society at MCHS was named for him, as was the High School Invitational Basketball Tournament in 1973. In 1983, he was honored by Middle Tennessee State University as distinguished alumni for community service. After retiring in 1971, Mr. Osteen married Faye □Its. a 12 year Millington student and member of his faculty. Besides his hobbies of fishing and duck hunting. Mr. Bill enjoys woodworking. His projects have included the making of 17 grandfather clocks and furniture for his family. Mrs. Osteen is a graduate of MCHS and has been a member of the MCHS faculty for 27 years. She was an algebra teacher for six years and a Guidance counselor for 12 years. She served as Administrative Assistant before assuming her present position as Assistant Principal, which she has held for seven years. She has also been a building representative for MCHS and Secretary of the SCEA. a delegate to the NEA. and a delegate to the TEA. She enjoys reading, bridge, sports, and cooking. Her job as ticket seller for football and basketball games began one night when a mother, who was selling tickets, wanted to see her son play When Mrs Osteen sold tickets that night, she didn’t realize this was the beginning of a job she would continue for the next 26 years. The Yearbook Staff of Millington Central High School would like to thank Mr and Mrs. William L. Osteen for their many years of service and dedica tion to the school, church, and community. activities 33Arete Seniors Carla Albert, Roy Allen, Eileen Amaba, Patricia Bartlett, Kris Beasley. Kevin Carr, Carla Church, Paul Colston, Toni Como, Teresa Cooper, Kelly Crum, Teresa Dacus, Marc Diaz, Elaine Emerick, Elizabeth Frawley, Lynne Frawley, Lisa Gates, Tim Hatcher, Jimmy Hivner, John Hoxie, Amy Jones, Kim Juneau, Wes Lane, Carol Mabayan, David Moore, Helen Onedera, Darren Preston, Kelly Purinton, Kristina Rice, Margo Roe, Mike Roe, Joyce Rush, Angie Sherill, Diana Sim, Frances Sledd, Cindy Swihart, Benard Tibbetts, David Turnage, Chris Turner, Teresa Turner, Linda Warner, Melissa Williams. Juniors Eleanor Acosta, Greg Ballard. Jane Barnes, Scot Bearup, Leslie Bradshaw, Kim Brough, Mona Browning, Kathryn Broyles, Terry Carter, Tracy Costa, Tammy DeMarigny, Carol DePorter, Laura Dieckhaus, Jennifer Finder, Carmen Gavrock, Suellen Gayden, Shawn Gingrich. Becky Greer, Kathy Guetterman, Beth Hale, Michelle Hall, Suzanne Hansgen, David Harvey, Michele Jager, Given Jones, Dawn Kennedy, Lisa Kesler, Dan Langlois, Frank Lee, Sharon Leech, Rhonda Manning, Brian Moore, Tim Morrison, Lisa Perry, James Pike, David Price, Paula Sartain, Melissa Smith, Michelle Stephenson, Cathy Timbs, Pam Timbs, Sandra Warner, Terri Wells, Jay Wilson. Sophomores Erika Amaba, Amy Ashenbramer, Dayna Ballard, Cara Barter, Linda Bowman, Desta Church, Carla Crawford, Glen Gunnels, Kenneth Harris, Sara Hart, Patricia Hivner, Arthada Martin, David McGary, Amy Miller, Angel Moody, Sandy Saylors, Wendy Smith, Toni Speck, Carl Werenskjold. Arete is an honorary organization composed of students who have earned scholastic letters. Students are inducted automatically with the earning of a scholastic letter. 34 activitiesWordsmith MCHS Wordsmith 1984 40-Word Dash 80-Word Dash 12th Grade Helen Onedera Darren Preston 1st place Jim Campbell Leslie Ervin 2nd place Helen Onedera Eileen Amaba Angie Sherrill Angie Sherrill 3rd place llth Grade Darren Preston Terry Carter 1st place Shawn Gingrich Renee Haile 2nd place Tim Morrison Pam Floyd 3rd place 10th Grade Terry Carter Renee Haile Pam Floyd Arthur Wistock 1st place Tracy Wiley Patricia Hivner 2nd place Annie Martin Tamera Batson 3rd place 9th Grade Arthur Wistock Jina Dugger 1st place Todd Gertschen Diane Marshall 2nd place Melissa Sledd Kathy Morrison 3rd place Larry Brown Overall Winners 12th Grade 1st place Helen Onedera 2nd place Darren Preston 3rd place Jim Campbell llth Grade 1st place Terry Carter 2nd place Renee Haile 3rd place Shawn Gingrich 10th Grade 1st place Arthur Wistock 2nd place Tracy Wiley 3rd place Annie Martin 9th Grade 1st place Jina Dugger 2nd place Todd Gertschen 3rd place Diane Marshall activities 3536 activities The Student Council is an organization which is responsible for keeping the faculty and students in touch so they can help each other and discuss any problems. The council supervises all elections, makes and delivers Christmas baskets, and prepares the school for opening. Top Right: Back row: Todd Gertschen, Rusty Wilkins, Lisa Wilder, Teresa Cooper; Sponsor — Mrs. Maples. Kelly Crum. Middle row: Patty Chambers. Robbie deMarigny, P. J. Miller. Shawn Gingrich, Eileen Amaba. Lisa Cooper. Kneeling: Ferdinand Acosta. Sonya Fortune, Cindy Gertschen. Erika Amaba, Hank Hawkins. Rachel Tucker. Top Middle: President — Kelly Crum. Secretary — Lisa Wilder, Vice President — P. J. Miller, Treasurer — Patricia Bartlett. Middle Left: Kelly Crum — President. Bottom Middle: Class Presidents: Todd Gertschen. Erika Amaba, Shawn Gingrich, and Eileen Amaba. Bottom Left to Right: Senior Rep: Lisa Wilder. Patricia Bartlett. Teresa Cooper. Junior Rep: Lisa Cooper, Rusty Wilkins, Cindy Gertschen. Soph. Rep: Patty Chambers. Hank Hawkins, and Sonya Fortune. Freshman Rep: Ferdinand Acosta, Rachel Tucker, and Robbie Demarigny. Student CouncilPrincipal’s Advisory Optimist Club The Principal’s Advisory Committee is a group of students elected by the student body as a means of communicating any ideas and problems to Mr. Morton. This committee is very important to MCHS because it links the students with the administration. Standing: Cliff Johnson. Sybil Ransom. Cynthia Brooks, Tanza Vinson. Shawn Gingrich, Erika Amaba, Kelly Crum, Lanita Holly, Allen Stephenson, Lisa Cooper, Helen Ondera, Bobby Johnson. David Harvey. Sitting: Mr. Morton. The Optimist Club honored the following students during Youth Appreciation Week: Unsung Commendable Awards — Varsity Football, Elizabeth Frawley and P. J. Miller; Jr. Varsity Football, Mike Hayes and Tim Perry; Freshman Football, Patti Chambers and Steve Whitlock; Varsity Volleyball, Elaine Reynolds; Freshman Volleyball, Angela Miller and Kim Watson; Cross Country, David Hudson and Tina Miller; Marching Band, Andree Louis and Chuck Page; and Highest Academic Awards — 1st six weeks — 9th: Todd Gertschen (99.00); 10th: David McGary (98.60); 11th: Michele Jager (98.50); 12th: James Hivner (99.00) — 2nd six weeks — 9th: Todd Gertschen (98.00); 10th: Wendy Smith (98.33); 11th: Kathy Guetterman (98.20); 12th: Darren Preston (98.20).Attendance Workers Office Workers Students Work Hard This year’s office and attendance workers have played a big role in the efficient running of the school. They have many responsibilities, such as running errands, answering phones and generally being at the “beck and call” of Mrs. Harvell, Mrs. Garcia, Mrs. Willis, and Mrs. Osteen. Stephanie Poston puts mail into teachers’ boxes. Frank Benefiel makes copies for teachers. 38 activitiesTeachers’ Aides Library Aides Students Aid Faculty Teachers’ aides and Library aides are very helpful to the school. They help with labs and make sure books are returned to the library. These are not glamorous jobs, but they are necessary for the school to run efficiently. Top: Teachers’ Aides. Middle: Library Aide : Vickie Walker, Carolyn Nellsen, Keith Knox. Denise Sartain Bottom Left: Mike gives Mrs Clark a little help. Bottom Right: Checking books out of the library. activities 39NJROTC NJROTC is a group of students at Millington High School who dedicate themselves to promoting patriotism and greater individual discipline. This group of students take part in several parades: Veteran’s Day, Community Day, and Christmas. During Christmas, they raise money for the Salvation Army by becoming Bell Ringers. They also participate in Drill meets. The NJROTC is a group that possesses a great deal of duty and responsibility. Top: Chief Buff and Capt. Bruen. Middle: Staff. Bottom Left: Hard at work. Bottom Right: Male Drill Team. 40 activitiesTop: Color Guard Middle Left: Color Guard in action. Middle Right. Female Drill Team. Bottom Left: Rifle Team. Bottom Right: Roll Call. activities 41Top: Second year cadets. Middle: Fourth year cadets. Bottom Left: Third year cadets. Bottom Right: Getting ready for inspection. 42 activitiesTop: Fifth platoon first year cadets. Middle Left: Fourth platoon first year cadets. Middle Right: ROTC IN ACTION. Bottom Left: ROTC AT ATTENTION. Bottom Right: Third platoon first year cadets. activities 43Homecoming ’83 The theme of Homecoming this year was “THe Roaring Twenties.” The Homecoming court consisted of nine candidates — four seniors, three juniors, and two sophomores. The most exciting moment of the night was when Donna Stickley was crowned by last year’s queen, Kelly Simpson Hill. After the game, a dance was held in the school court yard, which was decorated with pictures from the 1920’s and colored lights. The 1983 Homecoming dance created everlasting memories for all. Eileen Amaba escorted by Troy Thompson and Teresa Cooper escorted by Kelly Crum and Jim- Donna Stickley escorted by John Wilson and Shawn Bierdz my Devitt Kevin Matthews Linda Warner escorted by Joel Gingery and Chris Turner Cindy Gertschen escorted by Robbie DeMarigny and Todd Gertschen Sandy Warner escorted by Jay Westmoreland and Rusty Wilkins Terri Wells escorted by Mitch Lawson and Wendy Smith escorted by Carl Quick and Chris Toni Speck escorted by Tony Grub and Brian Richard Ray Pyland Pinlac activities 45Winter Festival 46 activities The Winter Festival Snowfest was held in conjunction with the basketball season. The Winter Festival Court presentation was sponsored by the Pep club. The court consists of nine girls who are selected by the student body. That evening, before the presentation, the varsity boys and girls basketball teams together vote on their choice for the Winter Festival queen. This year’s queen is Cynthia Brooks. She was crowned by Ladrone Parks, last year’s queen. Top: Winter Festival Court. Middle Left: Queen is crowned. Middle Right: Queen, Cynthia Brooks. Bottom: Winter Festival Game.Cynthia Brooks escorted by Trent Middleton Joyce Rush escorted by Cliff Johnson Tabitha Scott escorted by Reginald Shelton Sheryl Speck escorted by Kevin Carr Lisa Kesler escorted by Todd Gertschen Kelly Pierce escorted by Richard Ray Michelle Vinson escorted by James Walker Erika Amaba escorted by Rusty Wilkins Sandy Fortune escorted by Marc Diaz activities 47Talent Show The Talent Show is held annually in the spring. It is sponsored by the yearbook staff to help raise money for the publication of the yearbook. This gives the students an opportunity to participate in showing the talent they have. The winners were as follows: Overall — The Mighty Singers, Most Original — Laoi Faegao, Most Ingenious — Kris Beasley, Most Unique — Cynthia McBroom, and Best Solo — Marsha Bradley. Top Right: Marsha Bradley. Kris Beasley, Laei Faagau, and Cynthia McBroom. Middle Left: The Mighty Singers. Middle Right: Marsha Bradley. Bottom Left: Laei Faagau. Bottom Right: Cynthia McBroom. The Mighty Singers, Kris Beasley, and Cynthia McBroom received invitations to perform at the Mid-South Fair Youth Talent Contest. 48 activitiesMiss Millington ’83 Eileen Reigns The Miss Millington Pageant, held annually in the spring, is sponsored by the band Booster Club to pay for the Band’s many expenses. To qualify for this pageant, one must be between the ages of 15 and 21 and live in Millington or attend Millington High School. After competing in the various categories — casual attire, formal attire, and interview — the awards were announced as follows ... Fourth runner up: Sheri Thorton, Third runner up: Lisa Gibeault, Second runner up: Teresa Cooper, First runner up: Amanda Van Tassel and Miss Millington 1983: Miss Eileen Amaba. Eileen has been involved in various school and community activities during her reigning year as Miss Millington. Kris Beasley, the 1982 Miss Millington, performed as the judges made their final decision. activities 49Honors Top Left: Lisa Perry All West Tennessee Concert Blue Band. Top Center: Suellen Gayden All West Tennessee Jazz Blue Band. Top Right: Linda Warner National Twirling Champion. Middle Left: Audra Freeman and Karen Thompson McDonald’s All American Band Nominees. Middle Center: Mary Roelke Miss Majorette of the South. Middle Right: Beth Hale, Lisa Perry, Terry Carter, and Suellen Gayden All West Tennessee Senior High Band. Left: Eileen Amaba Century III Leadership State Alternate. Middle: Shawn Gingrich Student Congress on Public Education Delegate, Delta State University Leadership Conference Delegate, Student Exchange Nominee from MCHS, Nominated and elected to the United States Achievement Academy. Right: Annie Martin, Hugh O’Brian Representative. Bottom: Joyce Rush, FHA officer, receives plaque for collecting the most money for the Memphis Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation. 50 activitiesTop Left: Kristina Rice All-Tournament Varsity Softball. Top Middle: James Walker 3rd place State Wrestling Championship. Top Right: Patricia Bartlett 4th place in Regional Golf Tournament and State Golf Participant. Middle Left: Sonja Neville Honorable Mention and All-District Volleyball. 1st Middle: Stephanie Poston All-District Volleyball. 2nd Middle: Rick White VFW Speech Contest winner. Middle Right: Carla Church National Merit-Commended Student. Left: Carla Church, Linda Bowman, and Richie Talada All-West Choir. Middle: Kelly Crum and Eileen Amaba Teenager of the Week Award. Right: Harold Baker. Shawn Gingrich, and Steve Taylor (not pictured) NCTE Nominees. Top Bottom: Lisa Wilder (3rd), Amanda Van Tassell (1st), and Angie Sherrill (2nd) Optimist Club Essay Winners. Bottom: Amy Jones, Jimmy Hivner, and Eileen Amaba Focus on Memphis. activities 51Top Left: Teresa Cooper Miss Tennessee Homecoming Queen. Top Middle: Kris Beasley Miss Teen Tennessee. Top Right: Cynthia Brooks ROTC Queen with date Derrick Hunt. Middle Left: Brian Casson 2nd extemporaneous. Middle Center: Patty Chambers and Paula Crowder Duet improvisation. Middle Right: John Hemmingway Impromptu speaking, 3rd place. Left: Wes Lockhart, Paula Crowder, Carol Mabayan, Liz Schmall, and Brian Casson Finals in Readers Theatre. Right: Eileen Amaba, Toni Como, and Helen Onedera Girls’ State. Bottom Left: Jimmy Hivner and Kelly Crun Boys’ State. Bottom Right: Lars Marminge and Julie Bunnell Swedish Exchange Student and hostess. 52 activitiesFaculty Editor: Eileen Amaba Jacult ¥ Dark brown is the river. Golden is the sand, It flows along forever. With trees on either hand. — R. L. Stevenson faculty division 53Administrators Dr. Joe Morton For twelve years. Dr. Joe Morton has given outstanding service to our school and community as principal. He is a graduate of Fayette County High School. At Memphis State, he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Math, a Master of Arts Degree in Education Administration and Supervision, and a Doctorate Degree in Educational Curriculum and Instruction. He also earned a Master of Science Degree in Math and Physics from the University of Mississippi. Dr. Morton is on the board of directors of the Millington Chamber of Commerce and the Millington First United Methodist Church. He is a member of the Rotary Club and the Trojan Athlete Booster Clubs. In his spare time, he enjoys bird hunting and all sports. We thank him for his sincere dedication, support, and leadership. - 54 facultyThe Administrative Staff This is Mrs. William Osteen’s seventh year as assistant principal. She graduated from MCHS and continued her education at Memphis State where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree and Master of Arts Degree in English. Shd did additional graduate work in education at Stetson University, the University of Tennessee and Memphis State University. Mrs. Osteen then returned to MCHS to teach algebra for two years. She continued her service as a guidance counselor for twelve years and as an administrative assistant for two years before becoming an assistant principal. We appreciate her many years of service and dedication to MCHS. Mr. James Leaks has been at MCHS for fourteen years. He taught algebra and geometry for ten years and completes his fourth year as assistant principal this year. Mr. Leaks graduated from Phelix High School in Arkansas. He attended the University of Nebraska, the University of Illinois, LeMoyne-Owen College, and Memphis State University. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics and a Master’s of Arts Degree in secondary education. Mr. Leaks enjoys hunting in his spare time. He has become a definite asset to the MCHS administration. Mr. Ernest Carter is a new addition to this year’s MCHS staff. He is our new vice-principal for instruction. Mr. Carter is a graduate of MCHS. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree from Union University and began his teaching career in 1961. In 1974, he moved to the Central Office as supervisor of employee relations and science under Mr. W. L. Harvey. Tennis is a favorite pastime for Mr. Carter. We welcome him back to MCHS and look forward to many years of working with him. faculty 55MRS. ARMOUR Spanish I, Spanish II, English 151; Spanish Club Sponsor MRS. ARNOLD English 421, American History; Wrestling Cheerleaders’ Sponsor MRS. BACON Clothing Service I, II, Clothing and Textile; FHA-HERO, Sr. Sponsor MR. BERGEN Algebra I, Pre-Algebra; Freshman Sponsor MR. E. BILLINGS Shop I MR. H. BILLINGS Guidance Counselor MRS. BOMAR Financial Secretary, Bookkeeper MRS. BOSWELL English 481,451; Freshman Sponsor Chairman MRS. BOWERS IOE, SOE I, SOE II; Junior Sponsor MRS. BRASFIELD Gen. Music, Theory, Concert Choir, Gospel Choir, Girls’ Chorus, Vocal Booster Club CAPTAIN BRUEN NJROTC; Tennis Team MRS. BURDECK School Nurse 56 facultyMRS. BURK English 251, 281.351; Yearbook Sponsor CHIEF BUTT NJROTC; Rifle Team, Drill Team. Color Guard MRS. CHAMBERS Algebra I, Geometry I; Senior Sponsor Chairman MRS. CLARK Biology. Earth Science; Maranatha Sponsor “Mitosis is . . MR. CREASY Economics, American History; Beta Club, Sophomore Sponsor MR. CRENSHAW Computer Science I, Computer Science II; Computer Club and Senior Sponsor MRS. DALRYMPLE Cosmetology; VICA Cosmetology Sponsor MISS DESHAZO Librarian MRS. DOBBINS English 351, 381; TROJAN Newspaper and Junior Sponsor; Basketball Statistician MRS. DOWNS Ind. Algebra. Algebra I. Algebra II. Geometry; Freshman Cheerleaders and Senior Sponsor Just 2 more yards! MR. COMO Chemistry, Physics, Physics Club Sponsor MR. CRANFORD Plant Manager faculty 57MRS. DUNN Librarian MRS. DURHAM Quill and Scroll, Literary Guild, Freshman Sponsor MRS. ESPINOZA English 151, Calligraphy, Basic Aesthetics MRS. GARCIA Secretary MR. GIBSON Health, Cross Country Coach, Track Coach, Football Coach MRS. GIPSON Child Care and Guidance I, II, Child Development, HERO II Sponsor, Varsity Cheerleader Sponsor MS. GLENN Resource, Rodeo Club MR. GOATE P.E., Football Coach, Basketball Coach MR. GOSS Campus Deputy MR. HARRIS General Shop, General Math, AIASA Sponsor 58 facultyMRS. HARVELL Secretary MR. HEARN Earth Science, Baseball and Basketball Coach MR. HENDRICKS Physical Educ., Earth Science, FCA Sponsor, Take Down Club, Wrestling Coach, Football Coach, Soph. Sponsor MR. HILL Geometry, Consumer Math, Math Club Sponsor, Senior Sponsor MRS. HURT French I, II, Spanish I, French Club, Spanish Club, Co-sponsor, Junior Sponsor MR. JOHNSON Algebra I, Gen. Math, Junior Sponsor MS. JONES Food Service I, II, Food and Nutrition, HERO III MRS. JORDAN English 351, 321, Soph. Sponsor MR. KACZYNSKI Jobs for High School Graduates DR. KENNON Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Ind. Algebra I, II, Soph. Sponsor faculty 59MRS. KINCAID English 121, 151, English 351 MRS. KLENK Cafeteria Manager MISS KREBS Civics, American Hist., American Govt.; Close-Up Co-Sponsor, Senior Sponsor MR. LEONARD Economics, American Hist.; Close-Up Sponsor, Girls’ Softball Coach MR. MACKLIN Earth Science, Math MRS. MAPLES Accounting, Typing; Student Council MR. MARSH Small Gas Engines mrs. McFarland Librarian MR. McVAY Beginning Band, Intermed. Band, Jazz Band. Marching Band, Concert Band; Octagon Club Sponsor MRS. MOORE Biology I, II; Beta Club and Freshman Sponsor MR. NASH Auto Mechanics; VICA-VAM Sponsor MISS NORWOOD Drawing and Painting, Basic Aestnics, Pottery, Printmaking, Adv. Art; Artists-in-Action Sponsor, Cross Country, Girls’ Fresh., JV and Varsity Basketball Coach, Senior Sponsor 60 facultyI MR. OWEN Earth Science. RAP. Sophomore Sponsor MR. J. PRICE Algebra II. Adv. Math. Calculus. Nat’l Honor Society, Freshman Sponsor MRS. M. PRICE Guidance Counselor, Girls’ Track Coach. Cross Country Coach MR. PRUITT Mech. Drawing I, II, Freshman Sponsor ‘‘Isn’t geometry fun??” “No, Mr. Pruitt. It’s like this MS. PURDY English 151, 251, Pep Club, English Dept. Chairman, Junior Sponsor MRS. RENDALL Marketing and Distribution Education I, II, DECA MRS. SHULL Speech, Drama, Play Production, International Thespians Society, Nat’l Forensics League, Senior Sponsor MRS. SIGLER Home Economics, Family Living, Consumer Ed., FHA, Freshman Sponsor . i MR. SLUDER P.E., General Business, F.C.A., Football, Basketball MRS. M. SMITH Guidance Counselor MR. R. SMITH Plant Manager MRS. TAYLOR Girls’ Phys. Ed., Freshman, J.V. Varsity Volleyball faculty 61MRS. TIMBS Librarian MRS. TOLBERT COE I. II, IOE; TOEC and Senior Sponsor MRS. WEATHERLY Typewriting I, General Bus., Bus. Law MRS. WERNER English 121. 151, 181; Soph. Sponsor MR. WHITE Am. History, World Hist.; Voice of the Trojans MRS. WHITEHEAD Health, Physical Ed., Biology; Senior Sponsor MRS. B. WILLIAMS English 221,251 MR. O. WILLIAMS Auto Body I. II; VICA-VAB Sponsor MRS. WILLIS Secretary MRS. WILSON English 151, 121, Pre-Algebra; Fresh. SponsorSeniors Editors: Vickie Blythe Pam Edmiston Jannet Walker Men travel far to see a city, but few seem curious about a river. Every river has, nevertheless, its individuality, its great silent interest. Every Jeni OKA river has, moreover, its influence over the people who pass their lives within sight of its waters. — H. S. Merriman, The SowersThis year’s Miss MCHS is Teresa Carol Cooper. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Cooper. She served as class secretary during her sophomore and junior years. Her senior year, she was elected Student Council Representative. For three years she was voted class favorite and elected to the Homecoming Court. Teresa was named second runner-up in the 1983 Miss Millington Pageant. In March 1983, she was crowned Tennessee Homecoming Princess. She has participated for three years in MCHS athletics as a varsity cheerleader and as a track team member. Last summer she was given an application to be on the National Cheerleaders Association Staff. Teresa is a member of various clubs such as National Honor Society, Beta, and Physics. She plans to attend Memphis State to major in business and communications. James Kelly Crum, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Crum, is this year’s Mr. MCHS. He served as Jr. Class President, and this year he is Student Council President. He has been involved in honorary clubs such as National Honor Society, Beta, Mu Alpha Theta, Computer, Physics, and Arete. He has been elected to the Principal’s advisory committee for three years, to Student Council for two years, and he was class favorite for two years. He was chosen by the faculty to represent Millington High School at Boy’s State, at the Rotary Youth Leadership Conference, and as a candidate in the Press Scimitar Teenager of the Year contest. With all his hard work, it was only fitting that he be elected to this year’s Hall of Fame and to Who’s Who Among American High School Students. In his spare time he likes hunting, camping, and spending time with his friends. 64 seniorsMCHS Faces Faces chosen by the faculty are those students who make the school’s activities successful. They are hard-working, eager, and always ready to lend a hand. We hope that in the year to come Millington will continue to turn out hard-working students stir.h as these. Joe Baldwin Cynthia Brooks Kimo Coelho Theresa Cooper Kenny Davis Terri Dennis Pam Edmiston Elaine Emerick Leslie Ervin Lynne Frawley Audra Freeman Joe Hart Beth Hartley Vicki Hathcock John Hoxie 66 seniors 1983-1984 Teresa Hultz P. J. Miller Wes Lockhart Carol Mabayan LaDrone Parks Terry Perry Trent Middleton Joyce Rush Tabitha Scott Donna Stickley Barbara Taylor Chris T urner Amanda Van Tassell Bakaal Williams Lisa Wilder Gerthie Wilson seniors 67Eileen Amaba Patricia Bartlett Kris Beasley Toni Como Kelly Crum Kevin Carr Jimmy Dupree Elizabeth Frawley 68 seniors 1984 Hall of Fame “The Achievers” Darren Preston Kristina Rice Cindy Swihart This year’s Hall of Fame, selected by the faculty, of 19 outstanding seniors who have exemplified qualities worthy of special recognition. The members have contributed exceptional service to Millington Central High School in the areas of leadership, academics, and athletics. We are proud of these distinguished students and commend them on their numerous accomplishments. Mary Roelke Linda WarnerMost Dependable Vernon Diggs and Joyce Rush Most Studious Darren Preston and Helen Onedera Who’s Who 1984 Wittiest Tim Sutorus and Jill Oliver Most Attractive Kevin Carr and Donna Stickley Most Versatile Jimmy Dupree and Jannet Walker 70 seniorsQuietest Maurice Douglas and Diana Sim Most School Spirit James Walker and Patricia Bartlett Friendliest Sean Joslin and Theresa Moss Most Vivacious Cliff Johnson and Kim Juneau seniors 71Senior Class Officers and Class Favorites Seniors Raise Money During the past four years, the Class of ’84 has worked steadily to provide the large amount of money needed for their prom. To achieve this goal, the students participated in projects such as working a Community Day booth, sponsoring the Blood Drive, putting on the annual Sadie Hawkins dance, and selling coupon books, cookbooks, and M M’s. The ever-popular Senior Class Officers helped to make all these projects possible. All this hard work resulted in the Senior class’s having their prom at the Peabody. Senior Class Officers: Eileen Amaba: President; Carla Church: Vice-President; Donna Stickley: Secretary: Linda Warner: Treasurer.MCHS Who’s Who ’84Cutest Kenny Arthur and Tabitha Scott Most Athletic Kimo Coelho and Barbara Taylor Best Dressed Morris Carter and Lisa Wilder Most Talented Tim Barnes and Audra Freeman 74 seniorsMost Likely to Succeed Tim Hatcher and Michelle Bowles Most Talkative Joe Peete and Mary Roelke Most Flirtatious C. J. Bradford and Jeanette Harris Most Thoughtful Bakaal Williams and Cindy Barrom seniors 75Leaders of MCHS Mike Bender A1ASA Lori Lopez Mary Martinez Cosmetology DECA Julie Bunnell Tabitha Scott French Club Hero I Angie Campbell Band Lisa Wilder Computer Club Charlotte Underwood Hero II Tim Hatcher Mu Alpha Theta Kenny Davis Newspaper Editor Leslie Ervin Newspaper Editor Lynne Frawley National Beta Club Elizabeth Frawley National Honor Society 76 seniorsChad Kelly Rodeo Jimmy Dupree Physics Club Elaine Emerick Pep Club Lisa Perry Octagon Eric Scoggins ROTC Tim Barnes Thespian Club Audra Freeman Spanish Club Kelly Crum Student Council Vicki Blythe TAPS. Donna Stickley TOEC Jack Walker VAB Steve Russell VAM Amy Jones Yearbook Editor seniors 77Valedictorian and Salutatorian Darren and Eileen Darren Preston, son of David and Rebecca Preston, is the 1984 Valedictorian. He graduates with a 97.86 grade point average. He is an active member of the National Honor Society, the National Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, and the Computer Club. He was selected to be included in Who’s Who Among American High School Students. The faculty chose Darren to be in the Hall of Fame. His fellow classmates voted him “Most Studious” for Who’s Who. Darren competed in the math competition at Memphis State for three year- and placed fifth in the Algebra II division. Darren, as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, plans to enter the full time ministry work upon graduation. This year’s Salutatorian is Miss Eileen A. Amaba, daughter of Benjamin and Erlinda Amaba. She graduates with a 97.21 average. Eileen has been involved in various clubs; former Spanish Club president, Mu Alpha Theta, vice-president, and this year’s secretary of the National Honor Society. She is a member of the National Beta, Computer, Arete, Pep, Physics, and Fashion clubs. For three years, she has represented her class on the Homecoming Court and Student Council. As the 1983 Miss Millington, she has also been selected to the MCHS Hall of Fame, Senior Class Favorite, Who’s Who Among American High School Students, Teenager of the Week, delegate to Girls’ State where she was elected senator, and the Rotarian Program of Leaders. During her junior year, she served on the Principal’s Advisory Council. A member of the yearbook staff, she is serving as section editor this year. Eileen has been a cheerleader for four years, and this year she is serving in two of the most demanding leadership positions on campus — as captain of the varsity cheerleading squad and president of the senior class. Last summer, Eileen was selected as a scholar to the Tennessee Tech University Computer Engineering Institute, and last fall was chosen state alternate in the Century HI Leadership Contest sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. As a sophomore, Eileen attended the National Leadership Institute and was our representative to the Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation Convention. In her freshman year, she was a state finalist in the Optimist International Club Oratorical Contest. This is not a complete list of Eileen’s activities and awards, which range from the Alexia Gertschen Memorial Spirit Award to the National English Merit Award, but it serves to demonstrate the diversity of outstanding attributes she possesses. Eileen plans to pursue a career in the field of communication. 78 seniorsTop Seniors Elizabeth Frawley ranked 3rd Diana Sim ranked 4th Marc Diaz ranked 5th Kevin Carr ranked 6th Kristina Rice David Turnage Helen Onedera ranked 7th ranked 8th ranked 9th Jimmy Hivner ranked 10th The following “A' average students are listed according to rank: Kris Beasley Teresa Cooper Kelly Crum Carla Church Margo Roe Teresa Dacus not pictured Lynne Frawley Kim Juneau More A Averages “Top Seniors” MCHS consists of students who have maintained the top grade point averages throughout their four years of high school. These students have been involved in other activities such as clubs and athletics in addition to excelling academically. We commend them for their diligence and accomplishments. seniors 79Seniors at Millington Central set examples through their various participatory actions. We are proud of this year’s seniors and will miss them next year. Top Right: Vickie and Patricia model their smiles at Homecoming. Below: Ziporah and Betty remark on the taste of the school food. Center: Johnny and Dena enjoy the Homecoming Festivities. Center Right: Lynne and Tim model their togas at the Toga Dance. Bottom Left: Rodney, Patrick, Cliff and Maurice show off their Cadillac hats. Bottom Right: Seniors cheer at the pep assembly. 880 soeraorsJILL ANGELA ABERNATHY “If God shuts one door, he opens another " Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Maranatha 1. 2, 3, 4; DECA 3; TOEC 3, 4; Trojanette 3; Chemistry Club 4; Homecoming Decoration Committee 3; Teacher’s Aid 3. VICTORIA JEAN AIKEN “Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness. " Volleyball 1,2 — Varsity 3. 4; Pep Club 2; FCA 2; “M” Club 1. 2. 3; Optimist Award (Volleyball) 1, 2; Most Improved Volleyball 1,3; Guidance Worker 4 CARLA MARIE ALBERT “The love we give away is the only love we keep. Girls’ Basketball Stat. 1; Cross Country Manager 2. 3; Arete 1. 3, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; TOEC 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3; Teacher’s Aid 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students. PATRICIA MARIE ALDRICH “As the sunset ends our today, the sunrise begins our tomorrow and although the day has come for us to go our separate ways, memories shall remain locked within our hearts as the present becomes the past and continues within us. ” DECA 3; TOEC 3. 4; French Club 4 BRENDA LEE ALLEN “I have gained a great deal from Millington Central High School. It gave me the ability to look for a better future." Pep Club 3; ROTC 4; Hero 11 4; TAPS 3. CYNTHIA ALLEN “Can 't never could and probably never will." Volleyball 1.4; Hero III 4; ROTC 4 JAMES ALLEN “Those who put their best foot forward often get it stepped on KEVIN ALLEN “To know that we know what we know, and that we do not know what we do not know, that is true knowledge ” ROY LEE ALLEN "Happiness is not having uihat you want but wanting what you hove Shakespeare Mu Alpha Theta 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4; Beta Gub 2. 3. 4; Physics Gub 4 EILEEN ASUNGON AMABA "Don't wish for more than you are witling to work for " Student Council 1. 2. 4. Principal’s Advisory Committee 3; Class President 4. Homecoming Court 2. 3, 4. Miss Millington Pageant. 1st Runner-Up 2; Miss Millington 1983 3. Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation Rep. 2; National Leadership Institute 2. Leaders of MCHS 2. Tennessee State Oratorical Finalist 1. Program of Leaders (Pickwick Landing) 3; National English Merit Award Nominee 3. American Legion Gris' State Senator 3; Optimist Club Award Winner for High Scholastic Average 1. 3; Pep Gub 1. 2. 4. Spanish Gub 1. President 2. Top Ten Fashion Show Model 2. 3. Fashion Gub 2. 3. Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2. 3. 4 "M" Gub 2. 3. 4. Arete 2. 3. 4. Na tional Beta Gub 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. Secretary 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Vice President 3. Physics Oub 4. Computer Club 4. MSU Wordsmith Representative 3. Teacher s Aide 3. 4. Yearbook Staff 4. Tennis 1. Freshman Cheerleader 1. Varsity Cheerleader 2. 3. Captain 4. Alena Gertschen Memorial Spirit Award 2. Press Scimitar Teenager of the Week 4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. 4. Scholar. Ten nessee Tech. Univ. Engineering Program 4. Focus Memphis 4. Volunteer at LeBonheur Children s Hospital 4. Gass Favorite 4. Hall of Fame 4 CAROLINE STACEY ANDERSON “If you share your sunny days and rainy days with a friend, together you can create rainbows.'' Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 2; Computer 3; Physics 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; DECA 3,4. CHESTER ANDERSON "Some things are easier to get into than out of. ” seniors 81EVA KARIN ANDERSSON “ Work as if you live forever. Love as if life ends tomorrow. ” Theatre 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3; Photography 2; Rockband 2; Bandy 3; French Club 4. TED ALLEN ARCHDEACON “Great men are not born, they are simply average men. who have set lofty goals and pursue them relentlessly. ” Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; MSU Algebra II Competition 3; Maranatha 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. KENNETH TODD ARTHUR “Life is merely a game, high school just another piece. Four years I've played on this board. Some of the times bad. others were fun. but I’m proud of my high school year cause: I think I've won. ” “Calamity Jane” 3; “No Time for Sergeants’ 3; “Dracula” 4; “Hansel and Gretel’’ 3; Baseball 4; Jupiter Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rap 4; Play Production 3, 4; Powder Puff Coach 3, 4; Who’s Who, Cutest 4. ANN MARIE LEORA ARTZER “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. I love you Mom and Dad." Spanish Club 1; French Club 3, 4. Secretary 4; Pep Club 3. ERIN KAY ATTEBERRY “The way to be happy is to believe in yourself — the way to make others happy is to believe in them. ’’ Close-Up 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Octagon 3,4; Yearbook 1. JAY ATTEBERRY “I'm not as think as you stoned I am. ” VICA-VAB 3, 4. STEPHANIE MICHELLE BAIN “Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime, we’ll take the best, forget the rest and some day we’ll find — these are the Best of Times. ” TOEC 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Office Worker 3, 4. DANIEL EARL BAKER “You can never do a kindness too soon, for you never know when it will be too late ERNEST ANTHONY BAKER “I am Alpha, and Omega, the beginning and the end. (Revelation 22:13) Thank you, Erin Atteberry." JOSEPH BRIAN BALDWIN “Great thought is no longer the privilege of the few. It is given to all men but for the price of concentration and dedication." Computer Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. LINDA L. BARNETT “Today's dreams are tomorrow’s future. ” CINDY RENEA BARROM “When love finds you. you feel it. When love leaves you. you feel it even more. But once you've found that certain someone it takes away all the pain and worries you've ever had. I thank God that I have found my certain someone, and I shall never let him go. I love you. Kent." Pep Club 2; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; VICA — Cosmetology 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; FCA 3; Teacher’s Aide 3; “M” Club 3; Office Worker 3, 4; Powder Puff 4; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 3; Who’s Who (Most Thoughtful) 4. 82 seniorsPATRICIA LYNN BARTLETT "Life a behevtnq in yourself, defending the one you love, canng for your family, and hoxng faith that God will tee you through Golf 1. 2. 3. 4. S at« Golf Tournament at Henry Horton 3. Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; ”M" Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Lady "M" Club 1. 2. 3. 4; FCA 2. 3. 4. Maranatha 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Treasurer 4. National Beta Club 3. 4, Student Council 3. 4. Treasurer 4. Arete 3. 4; TOEC 3. 4. Teacher’s Aide 3. 4; FHA 1. 2; JV Cheerleader 2. Sadie Hawkins Decoration Committee 3; NEMA Award Winner 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3; DECA 4; Computer Club 4. Who’s Who 4. Hall of Fame 4 KRIS ANN BEASLEY "As graduation nears, there a a sadness — a sadness that comes uxth ending a very special phase of my hfe So now. as I step forward to embark upon the vast sea that hes before me. I pray that the vessel I have buih in my four years at M C H S will take me safely and smoothly over to the other side 1982 Miss Millington. 1983 Miss Memphis Teen. 1983 Miss Tennessee Teen; Freshman Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2. 3. 4. Co-Captain 4; Varsity Track 1. 2. 3. 4; School Record 110m Hurdles 2; School Record 300m Intermediate Hurdles 3. Regional High Jump Champion 2; Varsity Track "Most Valuable’’ 3. State Track Com rltor 1. 2; MCHS Advanced Choir 3; MCHS Talent Show Participant 2. Talent Show Winner “Most Ingenious" Mid-South Fair Youth Talent Contest Participant 4. Junior Class Vice President 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. 4. National Honor Society 4. National Beta Club 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. FCA 1,2. 3.4; Maranatha 1.2. 3. 4. Arete 1.2.3, 4; Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4. PhvsicsClub 4; Computer Club 4; Lady ”M” Club 1. 2. 3. 4. M" Club 1. 2. 3. 4. FHA 1; Fashion Club 1. 2. MCHS Fashion Show Participant 1. 2. Office Worker 2. 3; Hall of Fame 4 LORRAINE BELL “Never trust the advice of a man in difficulties. " JULIAN SCOTT BELL “Gone but not forgotten." Football 1; Baseball 3, 4. SHAWN M. BIERDZ “Every man is a moon and has a dark side he never shows anyone. “ Beta Club 4; Computer Club 4; Close-up 3; FCA 3, 4. KENNY D. BISHOP “Raise the titanic. ” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 2; Hero III 4. VINCENT BLAND “Life is sweet, but not complete, until I sit on my own car seat. ” ERIC RAY BLANKENBECKLER To give life a meaning one must have a purpose larger than one’s self, and the surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed." Cross Country 3; Wrestling 3, 4; Maranatha 4; Yearbook Photographer 4. KENDALL BLEDSOE “Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength." VICKEY KAY BLYTHE “Mem ties light the corners of my mind, misty watercolored mem’ries of the way we were. Scattered pictures of the smiles we left behind, smiles we gave to one another for the way we were. Can it be that it was all so simple then, or has time rewritten every line? If we had the chance to do it all again, tell me. would we? Could we? Mem'ries may be beautiful and yet. what’s too painful to remember we simply choose to forget. So it’s the laughter we will remember, whenever we remember the way we were." TAPS 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3, President 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Hansel and CreteI 3; “M" Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Pacesetters 4; Basketball Stat 1; Wrestling Cheerleader 2. 4; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 3- Lady Trojans 1. 2, 3. 4; Close-Up 3; Epic Magazine Staff 1. 2. 3. 4. Assistant Editor 3; FCA 1. 2. 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2 4; Yearbook Staff 3. 4. Senior Section Editor 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Tro-janette 4; Homecoming Committee 1, 2, 4; Office Worker 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Leaders of MCHS 4 JOHN ALBERT BOUCHER “Beloved, let us love one another: for love is of God: and every one that loveth is bom of God, and knoweth God. He that loveth not knoweth God: for God is love. ” (I John 4:7-8) Football 3, 4; FCA 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4 ELIZABETH DENISE BOWERS “There are in the end three things that last: faith, hope and love, and the greatest of these is love." (I Cor. 13:13) Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra for “Calamity Jane” 3; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4. seniors 83MICHAEL REGIS BOWERS “There are two things to aim at in life. first, to get what you want, and after that enjoy it. Only the wisest of mankind achieve the second.“ Football 1, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. MICHELE RENEE BOWLES “Blessed is he that considered the poor: the Lord will deliver him in time of troubles. The Lord will preserve him. and keep him alive; and he shall be blessed upon the earth: and thou wilt not deliver him unto the will of his enemies. “ Psalm 41:1,2 VICA Club; Cosmetology 2, 4; Who’s Who 4. ZIPPORAH BOWLES “Wherefore I say unto you. all manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men.” Matthew 12:31 32. VICA II; VICA III 4. SONIA BOYD “You shall judge a man by his foes as well as by his friends. ” C. J. BRADFORD “It’s great to love and it’s greater to be loved but the greatest of all is to love and be loved in return." Hero I; Who’s Who 4. JAMES BRADY God gave us two ends. Success depends on which one we use the most. ” JANE LYNNE BRASEL “Time is one of the most precious ingredients. Every day brings 86.400 seconds . . . Whatever isn ’t used is gone forever. ’’ Tennis 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Literary Quill 2; French Club 4; Attendance Worker 3, 4. MINYON LAINE BRIMINGHAM “I shall never try to change the one I love, but accept the changes he makes in himself.” Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band 4. LEROY BROADWAY “Learn from your mistakes and you will live a happier life. ” CYNTHIA KAY BROOKS “He who neglects wisdom and all the challenges of life will later weep. “ NJROTC Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Close-Up 4; Volleyball 1, 3. 4; Basketball 3, 4, Manager 3, 4; Principal’s Advisory 2, 3, 4; NJROTC Queen 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Chorus 3; Concert Choir 3, 4; Gospel Choir 3, 4; Choreography Committee 4. SONYA LUCILLE BROWN “Wait on the Lord be of good courage and he shall strengthen thine heart. Wait I say on the Lord. ” Psalm 27. Concert Choir 2, 3,4; Gospel Choir 3, 4; ROTC 3, 4; Drill Team 1; Choreography Committee 4. TERRY BROWNING “They told me it couldn’t be done, so I never tried." 84 seniorsSANDRA DEE BRUNER “If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way. " Hero II 3. 4. LLOYD MARIE BRYANT “What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us What we have done for others and the world remains." Pep Club 3; Concert Choir 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Teacher’s Aide 2, 3, 4; Choreography 4; 1st Place in Talent Show 4; Mid-South Fair Competition for 1st Place in Talent Show 4; Community Day Parade 3; “Calamity Jane” 3. LORI ANN CALDER “Our business in life is not to get ahead of others but to get ahead of ourselves." DECA 1; Hero II 1. ANGELA SUE CAMPBELL “The smallest deed is better than the greatest intention. “ Band 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Tennis Club 2; Beta Club 3, 4; National Junior Honor Society 1; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4; Solo and Ensemble 1,2, 3,4. JAMES WINFIELD CAMPBELL HI "What a easy is seldom excellent " Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Computer Cub 4. Track 1. 3. 4. Baseball 1. 2. 4; Football 4. Basketball 4; Soccer 1; Wrestling 1; Student Council 1.2. National Beta Club 3. 4 KEVIN PAUL CARR "I wdl find eoch day too short for all the thoughts I want to thtnk. all the walks I want to take, off the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see " Student Council 1.2. 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4. Vice President 4; Golf 1.2. 3. 4. Arete 1. 2. 3. 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Computer Club 3. 4. Spanish Club 1. 2. Physics Qub 4. Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1. 2. 3. 4. M Club 1. 2. 3. 4; DECA 4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. 4. Attendance Office Worker 3, 4; Memphis State Algebra II Competition 2; Homecoming Escort 3; Winter Festival Escort 3; Most Improved Player Award for Golf 2. 3. Optimist Club Award Winner 2; Who's Who 4; Hall of Fame 4 DEBORAH ANN CARREKER “The best thing about the future is that it comes only one day at a time. Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. Allen. I love you. ” Pep Club 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Hero II 4. PAMELA LYNNE CARREKER “Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness. “ Pep Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Maranatha 3; Computer Science Club 4. MORRIS CARTER “This world is not so bad a world, as some would like to make it; Though whether good, or whether bad. depends on how we take it." BRIAN E. CHADWICK “Yes, there are two roads you can go by. but in the long run there’s still time to change the road you’re on." — Led Zeppelin Good luck to Becky and my little sister Melanie. JIMMY E. CHAFIN “It’s better to love one girl a lot. than like a lot of girls little. To Dawn all my love. ” VAB 1,2, 3.4 RICKY CHAMBLESS “Life is a jest all things show it; I thought so once, but now I know it.” seniors 85RAYMOND CHARLES "Experience can be bought on easy payment plan. ” ROMA TARQUENIA CHERRY “Formal education is but an incident in the life of an individual. Most of us who have given the subject any study have come to realize that education is a continuous process ending only when ambition comes to a halt." ROTC 1, 2, 3,4; DECA 4; HERO II 4; Computer Club 4. CARLA LYNN CHURCH "If you have talent and work hard and long, anything in the world can be yours — if you have enough money." Thanks for everything E. and Alfie! Pep Club 1; Maranatha 1, 2; Arete 1, 2, 3, 4; MSU Math Contest 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Sophomore Vice-President; National Education Development Test Award 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Aide 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, Secretary 4; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Concert Choir 4; Senior Vice-President. FREDDIE ALAN CLEEK “The flame of anger bright and brief, sharpens the bond of love." THOMAS ANTHONY CLIFTON "If the saying . Home is where the heart is.is true, then my heart will always be here at Millington with the mighty MCHS Trojans. My life at this high school has been hard and long, but I still love this school And time will pass by and Til never forget these four years." Intermediate Band 2; Marching Band 3. 4; Jazz Band 3, 4; Octagon 3, 4; Attendance Office Worker 3; ROTC 1, 2; Color Guard 3; Drill Team 1. KIMOCOELHO "Life's a pretty, precious, and wonderful thing. You can't sit down and let it leap around you . . . You have to plunge into it; you have to dive through it! And you can't save it. you can’t store it up; you can't hoard it in a vault. You've got to taste it; you’ve got to use it. The more you use the more you have . . that’s the miracle of it." Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; M Club 1. 2. 3, 4; “Calamity Jane’’3; Who’s Who. ROBERT COLE "Bom on a mountain top, raised in a cave. Rock n-Roll is all that I crave." LESLIE ELAINE COLEMAN "Create in me a clean heart, oh God and renew a right spirit within me." — Psalm 51:10 HERO 4; Chorus 4; Track 4. JEFF COLLVER "If you think your life is complete confusion because you never win the game, Just remember that life is all a grand illusion, and deep inside we're all the same." WILLIAM PAUL COLSTON "A country boy can si.rvive." Hank Williams, Jr. Rodeo Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Arete 1, 2, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; ROTC 1, 2; Exhibition Drill Team 1, 2; Rifle Team 1; FHA 1. LOLA ANTOINETTE (TONI) LUCILLE COMO "Life is a precious gift from God. Live each moment to its fullest extent, thanking God for all his blessings each day. I thank God for my mother, father, family, and friends — couldn't ask for a greater blessing than them and their love." Home Ec. Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; FCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Musical 2; Track 1, 2, 4; All Conference 1, 2; Basketball Manager 2; Cross-Country Track 1, 2, 4; Most Promising 3; Athletic Letter 1, 4; MSU Math Contest 1; Maranatha 3, 4; Close-Up 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Office Worker 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; M Club 4; American Legion Volunteer Girls’ State 3; Academic Letter 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Hall of Fame 4. TAMMY ODELL COOK "You can never do a kindness too soon, for you never know when it will be too late." HERO II 3, 4 86 seniorsDENISE COOPER “When you are 50 years old, you will haue slept 17 years and spent 6 in eating." LAWRENCE MORTON COOPER, JR. "Anticipate the best, but prepare for the worst." Pep Club 2, 3; Office Worker 3, 4; Powder Puff Coach 3; Spanish Club 2, 4; Physics Club 4; Bad Walk 2; Mid-South Art Show 1. TERESA CAROL COOPER am my own person. I mutt be strong and have faith tn myself for thn a necessary for others to believe in me " Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 1. 2. B«ta Club 2. 3. 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1. 2; M Club 2, 3, 4. Lady Tro)ans 2. Mu Alpha Theta 3. Arete 2. 3. 4. Class Favorite 1. 2. 3. Class Secretary 2, 3; Student Council Representative 4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Homecoming Court Representative 2. 3. 4. M C H S Fashion Board 1. 2. 3. Secretary 3; M.C H.S Wordsmith Representative at Memphis State 1. 2. Track 1. 2. 3. State Competitor 1. Freshman Cheerleader 1. Varsity Cheerleader 2. 3. 4. Selected Candidate for the National Cheerleading Association Squad 4. Attendance Worker 4. Pacesetter 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Homecoming Backdrop Committee 2; Tennessee’s Homecoming Princess 3; Physics Club 4. Miss M.C.H.S. JAMES KELLY CRUM "Set great goals for then if you only half succeed you are still a wmner " President of Student Council 4. Student Council 3. 4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. Class Favorite 2. 3; National Honor Society 3. 4. Beta Club 2. 3, 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3. Arete 2. 3; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 4; Spanish Chib 4; Scholastic Letterman 1. 2. 3; Principal's Advisory Committee 1.2. 3. 4. Class Presi dent 3. American Legion Boys' State 3. Board of Education Rotary Youth Leadership Conference 3. Office Assis tant 4. Homecoming Escort 2. 3. 4; Rotary Youth Leadership Conference 3; Powder Puff Coach 3. 4. Millington Environmental Improvement Commission 4. Candidate Teenager at the Year Contest 4. Hall of Fame 4; Mr M.C.H.S. RODNEY LOUIS CURRY “Millington had a Playboy." "It took me a long time and I made it." TERESA CAROL DACUS 14If you measure life by what others do for you. you are apt to be disappointed; but if you measure life by what you do for others, there is no time for despair." Basketball 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3. MARK TIMOTHY DAVENPORT "I’ve just completed one part of my life, now I wonder where the other parts are." Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; VICA-VAM 3, 4; Pacesetter 4. LINDA ANN DAVIDSON “You’re in my heart, You're in my soul. You'll be my breath should I grow old. You’re my lover you're my best friend. You’re in my soul. I Love You. David. ” French Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 4; Octagon 3. 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; Thespian Club 2, 3, 4; Literary Guild 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. KENNETH H. DAVIS, JR. “Education is about the only thing lying around loose in the world, and it’s about the only thing a fellow can have as much of as he's willing to haul away." Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Trojan Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4. Reporter 2, News Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; DECA Club 4; DECA Club Reporter 4; Community Day King 4; Literary Guild 1; Epic Staff 1; Octagon Club 3, Chairman of Activities 3; Astronomy Club 1; Physics Club 4, Vice President 4; Computer Club 4; Maranatha Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2; Community Day Committee 4. MELISSA ANN DAVIS “You only live once, but if you live right once is enough. ” Pep Club 1,2, 3. YVETTE DAVIS “I once said that when I turned 18 I would be an adult, but that's not true. You’re an adult when you’re able to face up to responsibilities." Spanish Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; DECA 4. JUDY ILEAN DAWSON “If you have anything to contribute to the world it will come through the expression of your own personality; that single spark of divinity that sets you off and makes you dif ferent from every other living creature." Concert Choir 3,4; Gospel Choir 4; General Choir 2. seniors 87THERESA MARIE DECOSTA “The moment may be temporary, but the memory lasts forever. '' Spanish Club 3, 4; Maranatha 3; Pep Club 3. TERRI JO DENNIS “If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music he hears however measured or far away." Henry David Thoreau Octagon Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Solo Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; “Calamity Jane” Orchestra 3; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4, Junior Section Editor 4; Who’s Who Among American School Students 4. MARC ANTHONY DIAZ ‘ What the heart knows today, the mind will understand tomorrow. " Basketball 1, 2, 3; Imogene Hill Scholar 2, 3; Football 1; Baseball 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Improved 1; MVP 2, 3; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Class President 2; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Physics Club 3; Spanish Club 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Arete 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; DECA 4; Astronomy Club 1, President 1; Fashion Shop 2; Powder Puff Court 3, 4; Class Favorite 1, 4; Optimist Club Award 2; Hall of Fame 4. MARY NAN DICKENS “If you love something, set it free. If it comes back to you. it is yours, if it doesn't, it never was” Cheerleading Captain 1; Pep Club 1; M-Club 1; TOEC 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff 3, 4; General Choir 2. VERNON LEE DIGGS “He who has the right to criticize has the heart to help. ’’ Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Who’s Who 4. SHELIA ANNE DILLARD “My friends — the touch of your love is a gift I will never forget. Our lives are shaped by those who love us — by those who refuse to love us." Octagon Club 3, 4; French Club 1, 3; Literary Guild 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; Paper Staff 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Teacher’s Aide 3; Oratorical Contest 2. WILLIAM RAYMOND DODDS “In all things it is better to hope than despair. I take life as it comes. Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst. ’’ JAMES SEAN DONNELLY “Though it be broken — broken again — still it’s there, the moon on the water” Physics Club Treasurer 4; Computer Club 3, 4. MAURICE DOUGLAS “Good things come to those who graduate Track 3. 4; HERO III 3; Who’s Who 4. PATRICK DOUGLAS “Good things come to those who wait. You don't know what you can do unless you try. ” Basketball 1, 2; Track 3. 4; Cross Country 3, 4; HERO 3. JIMMY DUPREE “What you are. plus God. equals enough” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; All-District Football Team 3; Best Defensive Player 3; Wrestling 2, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; DECA 4; Physics Club 4, President 4; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Bowl Representative 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who 4; Hall of Fame 4. DAVID ALLAN DURHAM “I’ve got a shotgun, a rifle and a four wheel drive and a country boy can sur viveHank Williams, Jr. Football 1; Computer Club 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. 88 seniorsPAMELA GAY EDMISTON “No burden need be carried alone, for God is always near to comfort us and bear our prayers and fill our hearts with cheer " Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 2. 3; Maranatha. 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 3. 4; Artists in Action 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Faces 4 KATHERINE ELAINE EMERICK "In Time.” Arete 2, 3, 4; Artist in Action 2. 3. 4; Maranatha 3. 4; Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4. President 4; Trojanettes 1. 2, 3. 4; Guidance Worker 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Close-Up 4; Faces. 4 LESLIE MICHELLE ERVIN "Yesterday's dead. Tomorrow is unknown, so there is nothing to fear and nothing to mourn ... And what lies ahead of the things that will be are still in God's hands so it is not up to me . For all I need live for is this one little minute. For life’s here and now and eternity s in it. " Helen Steiner Rice Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4. Features Editor 3. Co-Editor 4, Maranatha 3, Staff 3; Literary Guild 1,2; Quill and Scroll 3. 4; Epic 1, 3. Features Ed. 3; MCHS Wordsmith Third Place 1; MSU Wordsmith Competition 1; Pep Club 4; Optimist Club Unsung Commendable 3; Junior Class Coupon Committee 3; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Close-Up 4; Teacher’s Aide 2; Office Worker 1. CYNTHIA LEIGH FARMER “Yesterday is only a memory. While I know I live today. Yet tomorrow is only one day away So I will live for today. And I will remember yesterday. But I shall look forward to tomorrow.” Band 1,2, 3,4; Spanish Club 3. 4; Pep Club 3. 4. CHRIS MICHAEL FEARS "Love doesn’t make the world go round Love is what makes the trip worthwhile Football 1, 2, 3. 4; FCA 1, 3; DECA 4; UT Martin Science Bowl 1; Intramural Sports 1. TRACEY LILLIAN FENDER “If you have anything really valuable to contribute to the world, it will come through the expression of your personality — that single spark of divinity that sets you off and makes you different from every other living creature. " Bruce Barton Pep Club 3. 4; Marantha 3. 4; TOEC Club 3. 4; SOE 3. 4; Junior Achievement 1. 2. 3. President and Vice-President Personnel and Corporate Secretary; Leadership Training Conference; Dale Carnegie Course Graduate; Yearbook Staff 4. STEPHANIE FLEMING "The trouble with many an alcoholic is that he has no desire to become anonymous ’’ THOMAS WAYNE FORTNER "Two roods diverged in a wood, and I — Took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference." Baseball 1, 2, 3. Captain, All-Conference; M-Club 4; Pacesetter 4; Computer Club 4; FCA 3,4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. MARY ELIZABETH FRAWLEY "J would rather have a few real friends I can confide in than have a hundred friends I can never be sure about Arete 1.2,3. 4; MSU Math Contest 1. 2, 3; French Club 1. 2; "Music Man" 1; "Damn Yankees” 2; “Calamity Jane” 3; Thespians 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 2, 3. 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Activities Committee 4; Physics Club 3; UTM Science Bowl 3; NEMA Award Winner 3; Computer Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Business Editor 4; National Honor Society 3. 4. President 4; Varsity Watergirl 3. 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3. 4; Powder Puff 3. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; M-Club 3. 4; Close-Up 4; Teacher’s Aide 4; Hall of Fame 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Fashion Show 2, 3. 4. MIRIAM LYNNE FRAWLEY "People will love you much more for being yourself than for how well you can put on someone else s personality. ” Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4; Beta Club 2. 3. 4. President 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; M-Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3. 4; Physics Club 4; Computer Club 3. 4; Thespians 2. 3, 4; "Music Man" 1; "Damn Yankees" 2; Powder Puff 3, 4; FCA 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Attendance Worker 4; Lady M-Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Arete 1, 2, 3. 4; Teacher’s Aide 2. 3; French Club 1. 2; NEMA Award Winner 3; Memphis State Math Contest 1; Faces 4. AUDRA La JEAN FREEMAN "If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way." Anon Transfer from LeJeune High School; Band 1, 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 1, 3. 4; Spanish Club Vice-President 3. President 4; Physics Club 4; Computer Science Club 4; Octagon Club 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; McDonald’s All-American Band Nominee 4; Solo and Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Orchestra "Damn Yankees 2; Orchestra "Calamity Jane" 3; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Who’s Who 4. MARK ALLEN FUNDERBURK "As I leave Millington Central High School. I leave the most important thing that has ever happened to me and that is the best girlfriend anyone could ever ask for. Beverly Ferrell. I Love You and I could not have made it through the years without you and God. Thanks Alot. Mark " VAM 1; Pep Club; Maranatha. seniors 89MATTHEW EUGENE GABOR “Live life today because you might not see tomorrow.” TEHRONDA GARRETT “Another advantage of a nudist camp is that you don’t have to sit around for hours in a wet bathing suit after swimming.” BECKY GARVIN "It may easily come to pass that a vain man may become proud and imagine himself pleasing to all when he is in reality a universal nuisance. " LISA GATES “ had fun while attending MCHS but now it's time to move on to a greater challenge: LIFE. Good luck to my fellow classmates and friends. I want to thank all of my friends for everything they've done for me. so thanks! I love y'all and may God Bless You always” Pep Club 1; Tennis 1; Beta Club 3, 4; Arete 3, 4; French Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Achievement 2; TOEC 3, 4. JAMES PATRICK GATLIN "I am as bad as the worst, but thank God lamas good as the best.’’ Cross Country 1. ROBERT LEWIS GIBSON III "The last four letters in American are I CAN.” Student Council 1. JOEL T. GINGERY “We should all be concerned about the future because we will all have to spend the rest of our lives there " Football 1, 2; Cross Country 3; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 3, 4; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1.2, 3; Computer Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Maranatha 4; French Club 2 DIANE GLORE "Let patience have her perfect work. ” SHERI LYNN GOODLETT "Live and let live. Marines or Bust!" MICHELE LYNN GOODWIN ■'Happiness ts like a kiss, you must share it to have it." DECA 3; French Club 4. ROBERT ALDEN GRAY "Live today as tomorrow may never come. ” VABI; VABII. SHERRY GULLEY "There were some who said that a man at the point of death was more free than all others, because death breaks every bond, and over the dead the United World has no power.” 90 seniorsJERRY LEN HAMPTON “Finally it’s over. ” Football 1; Wrestling 3, 4; DECA 4. GARY WAYNE HANNA “You can choose a ready guide, in some celestial voice if you choose not to decide you’ve still not made a choice. You can choose from phantom fears and kindness that can kill. I will choose a path that s clear. I will choose free will.” Rush. KIMBERLY JEAN HARDEE “Fate served me meanly and I laughed at her, and along came Happiness and said: I came to see what you were laughing at!” Track 1, 2; "M” Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 1, 2, 3. 4; French Club 3, Treasurer 3; Varsity Football Waterglrl 2; Varsity Wrestling Manager 2; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2; Powder Puff Football 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Fashion Club 3, 4; Attendance Office Worker 1, 2, 3; Office Worker 4. DAWN RENEE HARRIS “Everyone, try to be good, if you can’t, be good at it. Thanks for a great 4 years M.C.H.S. Vicky, I’ll see you graduation night! David, I love you!” Pep Club 1. 2; FCA 3. 4; Maranatha 3. 4; Volleyball 1; FHA 1; VICA Cosmetology 2, 3, 4; Parliamentarian 4; Lady “M” Club 1; “M” Club 1. JANNETTE HARRIS “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son whoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life ” Hero I 3; Reporter 3; Hero II 4; Reporter 4; Who’s Who (Most Flirtatious) 4. JARROD MAURICE “J. T.” HARRIS “Whenever you think of giving up. remember the Lord gave everyone a cross to bear He's never given one that couldn't be carried!’’ Rev. Leo Gray, Jr. Intermediate Band 1; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Baritone Section Leader 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Most Improved Athlete (Track) 1; Most Outstanding Runner (Track) 3; Outstanding Runner (Track) 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; “M” Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Computer Club 4; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Executive Officer 3; Honor Guard 3; Drill Team 3. 4; Staff 3, 4; Who’s Who 4 RHONDA GAIL HARRIS “The moment maybe temporary, but the memory is forever.” TOEC 3, 4; Pep Club 3. RICHARD HEROLD “Medicine is all the fashion in these days, and very naturally. It is the amusement of the idle and unemployed, who do not know what to do with their time in taking care of themselves. If by ill-luck they had happened to be bom immortal, they would have been the most miserable of men; a life they could not lose would be of no value to them. Such men must have doctors to threaten and flatter them, to give them the only pleasure they can enjoy, the pleasure of not being dead. ” LAWRENCE JOESPH HART, JR. “Twelve down four more to go!” Cross Country 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Newspaper 3. 4; Yearbook 4; Physics Club 3; Computer Club 4 ELIZABETH PAGE HARTLEY “Only as far as we seek can we go . . . Only as much as we dream can we be. ” Spanish Club 1; FCA 2, 3, 4; FHA 2, 3, 4; TAPS 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Epic Staff 3. 4; "Calamity Jane” 3; "M” Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football Watergirl 4; General Chorus 2; Girls’ Chorus 4; TOEC 3, 4; DECA 4; Who s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Powder Puff Football 3, 4; Faces 4; Freshman Basketball Manager 1; Maranatha 4; Office Worker 4; Teacher’s Aide 4 TINA MARIE HASSEN “Some say it’s holding on that makes you strong, sometimes it’s letting go. ” FHA 1; Spanish Club 2. JAMES EDWARD HATCHER (TIM) “If life were just, we would be born old and achieve youth about the time we hod saved enough to enjoy it. Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you. Bye M.C.H.S. Arete 1, 2, 3, 4; TAPS 1, 2, 3, 4; Epic Staff 2, 3; Office Worker 2, 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4, President 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Who’s Who (Most Likely to Succeed) 4. Seniors 91VICTORY GALE HATHCOCK (VICKY) "Challenge. laughter, wonder — Reflections of today, the promise of tomorrow.” Pep Club 1. 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 3, 4; Literary Guild 2, 3. 4; French Club 4; Junior Achievement 2, Vice President of Finance 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; Teacher’s Aide 3; Yearbook Staff 4. LISA HAYES “ do not agree with a word you say. but I will defend to the death your right to soy it.” KIMBERLY ELAINE HEMINWAY “Life is a jest, and all things show it. I thought so once and now I know it. ” Rodeo 1, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Library Assistant 2, 3; DECA 4. DARRYL WAYNE HENDERSON “There ain't a bull that can't be rode or a man that can't be throwed." Rodeo Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 3, 4; DECA 3, 4. TONY T. HILL “Live life to its fullest, cause you don't know how long it's going to last. ” Computer Club 3, 4; Physics Club 3, 4. TRESSY DIANNE HILL “Success usually depends on knowing how long it takes to succeed. ” Volleyball 1; Basketball 1; Hero II 3, Treasurer 3; Varsity Manager 3; Hero II 4. JAMES MICHAEL HIVNER “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me!" Philippians 4:13. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3; Tennessee Boys’ State 3; Physics Club 3; French Club 2; Computer Club 4; Close-Up 4; Arete 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Algebra II Tournament 3; Who’s Who in English 3; M Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Hall of Fame 4. CARL LEE HONAKER “1 live for the weekends. ” ROTC1.2, 3.4. REBECCA ANN HOOKER “For those of us that party high. Rock n Roll will never die. Good luck to all my friends. Burr. Brain. Mel Mel." JOHN THOMAS HOX1E “Dreams are only aspirations of your imagination until you fulfill them. Life is only a space in time until you decide to live it.” Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain 3; Cross Country 3; Who’s Who in English 3; Who’s Who in History 3; Who’s Who in American High School Students 3; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Physics Club 3; Arete 3; Computer Club 4; Close-Up 3. TERESA ELIZABETH HULTZ "The world is for those who make their dreams come true." Harold Gray. Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4. Captain 4; Basketball 1. 2. 3; Tennis 1, 2. 3. 4. William L. Osteen Award 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Home Economics Club 1; Pep Club 1, 3, 4; M-Club 1, 2, 3. 4; FCA 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Computer Science Club 4; Lady Trojans Club 1, 2; English Tournament Wordsmith 1; Algebra I Tournament 1; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3. JAMES HUMPHREY “Lady luck never smiles — surrender your love to me awhile. Do with me what you will. Break the spell, take your fill. ” 92 seniorsSAND1 JEANNE IRVING 7 gotta roll, can't stand still, got a flame in my heart, can't get my fill." Jimmy Page. Robert Plant. John Bonhan. John Paul Jones — love you Jon and you'll always be my best friend — Bye Linda. Viki, Grace. Blaine and all the rest of you dudes! Happy Trails and Rock n’ Roll! Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Octagon Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Concert Band 1; Jazz Band 2; TAPS 2. 3. 4; Thespian 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4. PAMELA SUE JARRELL "There are no fragments so precious as those of time and none so needlessly lost by people who cannot make a moment and yet waste years. " French 1; Spanish I 2; Pep Club 1; Hero II 3, 4; DECA 4. CHARLES RICHARD JOHNSON "Save your confederate money boys! The South will rise again.” V1CA Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4. CLIFTON DAVIS JOHNSON. JR. "If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way" Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3. 4; Maranatha 4; French Club 3; Principal’s Advisory 4; "M” Club 2, 3, 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who 4. LANDON BRUCE JOHNSON "Until you mean something to yourself, you can t be important to anyone else " DECA 4; Pep Club 4. TIA LYNN JOHNSON "Do what you like — like what you do; do all things in love — and love will come to you. Take what you need — need what you take. There’s only one life — it’s the one you make." Hero I 3; Hero III 4; Cross Country 1; Track 1. MICHAEL JOHNSTON "A day of worrying is more exhausting than a week of work." DECA 3. 4; Close-Up 3. TAMMI MARIE JOHNSTON "Friendship is like a delicate crystal glass, it holds so much yet. is so easily broken, shat tered forever...” Hero II 3. 4; DECA 4; Child Care I. II 3. 4; DE I 4. AMY DIANE JONES "It is something to be able to paint a particular picture, or to carve a statue, and so to make a few objects beautiful, but it is far more glorious to carve and pamt the very atmosphere through which we look — to affect the quality of the day — that is the highest of the arts " Henry Thoreau Yearbook Staff 3. 4. Editor 4; International Thespian Society 3. 4. Treasurer 4; Beta Club 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Arete 3; Pep Club 3. 4. Maranatha 1, 2. 3. 4; Wordsmith 1; Computer Club 4; French Club 1, 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; ‘‘Damn Yankees" Publicity Chairman 2; ‘‘Hansel and Gretel” 3; “Calamity Jane” Makeup Chairman 3; "Dracula” Publicity 4; "Working” 4; Hall of Fame 4; Quill and Scroll 4. BROOKE ANN JONES To the ones I love. “This is the true measure of love when we believe that we alone can love, that no one could ever have loved so before us. and that no one will ever love in the same way after us. I love you Mom. Dad. Steph.. family and friends, and Todd " Maranatha 1. 2. 3. 4; FCA 1. 2. 3. 4. “M” Club 1. 2. 3. 4; TAPS 3. 4; Pep Club 1; VICA -Cosmetology 2, 3. 4. Vice President 3; Attendance Worker 2, 3. 4; Softball 3, 4; Winter Festival Court 2; Powder Puff 3. 4. SEAN PATRICK-TIMEEN JOSLIN "Friends are like a piece of candy, they give life a delicious flavor, so grab all the candy you can and munch out!" Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 1, 2; Who’s Who 4. DENARENEE JOYNER "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." Mom and Dad. thanks for everything! Johnny Monasco. I love you! Pep Club 1, 3; Hero II 3, 4. seniors 93KIMBERLY CELESTE JUNEAU "One of the very pleasant things about friendship . . the do you remember moments." (Faith Baldwin) To my family and friends: Thanks a million! I Love Ya! Cheerleading 1, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, President 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3, Treasurer 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Arete 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who 4; Teacher’s Aide 4. WANDA DARLENE KARSKO “The moment may be temporary, but the memory is forever. ” Child Care I 3; Child Care II 4; Pep Club 3; Hero II 3, 4. TAMMY KAY KEEHN "The time will come when all is done. " Cheerleader 1; FHA 2. MARY DENISE KELLETT “Life breaks a tender heart and love makes it all worth while." Cheerleading 1, 2; FBLA 2; Class Treasurer 1; French Club 3; Hero I 3; FHA 1, 2; Maranantha 3; Basketball Manager 1; Pep Club 1; Decoration Committee 1. DANIEL B. KELLY “If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way." Football 1, 2; Baseball 2. KATHLEEN MARIE KNEVITT "It is easier to swallow angry words than to eat them." Pep Club 3, 4. MARKO KUITTINEN “Some of the most dreadful mischiefs that afflict mankind proceed from wine; it is the cause of disease, quarrels, sedition, idleness, aversion to labour, and every species of domestic disorder." Foreign Exchange Student 4. ROBERT LEN KURTZ “The darkest hour is only 60 minutes long." DONNA JEAN LACY “Once in a lifetime you find that someone special, you share each moment good or bad. You find the way to each other's heart and know that this is the love you have longed for, a love that will grow. All your dreams come true. I know it can happen, it happened to me, for I found that once in a lifetime with Mike." Cross Country 1; DECA 3; TOEC 3, 4. MARLA KAZAN LINDSEY "I was the one determined to do it. Thanks daddy, momma. Aunt Jean, and Adam for helping me through it. I love you all!" CARL WILLIAM LOCKHART “I’ve never let schooling interfere with my education." Football 3, 4. CARLTON WES LOCKHART “If you love something set it free. If it comes back to you, it's yours. If it doesn't, it never was." Football 1, 3; “Calamity Jane” 3; “Dracula” 4; Baseball 2; “Damn Yankees” 2. 94 seniorsI JENNIFER ELLIOTT LOGAN “There are no fragments so precious as those of time and none so needlessly lost by people who cannot make a moment and yet waste years ” Pep Club 3; Beta Club 4; TOEC 3, 4. RAYMOND PHILLIP LOMBARDO “School was like paddling up river without a paddle, but with Tammy, it was all down stream." Computer Science Club 4. LORE ANN LOPEZ “Well, you know I don 't get off on workin' day after day. I had some fun while I've been here And there's nothing like a party when it’s kicking into gear. ’’ Boston VICA — Cosmetology 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1; Spanish Club 1; Cosmetology President 4, Parliamentarian 3; Powder Puff 3, 4. ANDREE BERNADETTE LOUIS “May the work I've done, speak for me. ” Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intermediate Band 1, 2; Marching and Concert Band 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Maranatha 4; M-Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Gospel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; DECA 4; Lady M-Club 2, 3, 4; HERO I 3. 4; FCA 3, 4; General Choir 2. GEORGE LYELL “When you're hot. drink strong or not at all." CAROL ANNE MABAYAN “Within me lies the power to seize the hour and live my dreams. Dad. Mom. Helen — owe it all to you." Class Treasurer 1; Drama Club 1; Thespian Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Pep Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Octagon 3; Literary Guild 3; Arete 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students; Yearbook Staff 4; ‘‘Hansel and Gretel” 3; ‘‘Calamity Jane” 3; “Dracula” 4. SHEILA RENEE MACE “Well mom and dad I’ve almost made it. I couldn 't have done it without you'lb help I love you both very much. ’’ MIKE MANNING “I love you mom. and dad and brother Mark " ROTC1.2, 3. ROSE MARIE MARHEVKA "Yesterday 's memories are like today 's dreams. You remember how wonderful it was and dream it could happen again. " Volleyball 1; Lady M-Club 1; VICA Cosmetology 2, 3, VICA Treasurer 4; Maranatha 3; FCA 3. LARS MARMINGE “These memories will last a lifetime . . . I’ll take the best, forget the rest and someday I'll find these are the best of times." Football 4; Foreign Exchange Student 4. BARBARA ELAINE MARSHALL “I'm a Trojan at heart. I had many troubles and so far since ninth grade and I thank the whole staff and my family for helping me through these past years. After a twelve year sentence at last I'm out. “ Love Barbara Pep Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Physics 4; Powder Puff 3. 4; Close-Up 4; Band Manager 4. LEIGH ANN MARTIN "To make the world a friendly place one must show it a friendly face " DECA 4 seniors 95YOLANDA MARIA MARTINEZ "In this life there are three things that remain; faith, hope, and love . . . The greatest of these is love." FHA 1; Wrestling Cheerleader 2; TOEC 3, 4; Pep Club 4. MARY JEAN MARTINEZ "Love is the on y true freedom. It lets us cast off our false exteriors and be our real selves. ” Maranatha 3; DECA 3, 4, President 4; Pep Club 4; Spanish Club 4. TIMOTHY WAYNE MARTINEZ “Memories are of the past. Memories of Tim will always live in our present and future. ” We love you! Football 2; DECA 3; Fashion Club 3; Top Ten 2, 3. BETTY S. MATTHEWS "If you see something you want, go for it.” FHA 1; VICA Cosmetology 2, 4. KEVIN LON MATTHEWS "Life is 10% of what you make it. and 90% of how you take it. ” Band 1; Intermediate Band 2; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court Escort 4. LISA NANETTE McBRIDE "Always have courage in your convictions, don’t compromise your values and be yourself because each one's individuality is what makes him or her unique. " HERO 2; Cheerleading 2; Pep Club 2, 4; French Club 4. WILLIAM ALLEN McDANIEL "Forty years on. when afar and asunder are parted are those who are singing today, when you look back and forgetfully wonder what you were like in your work and your play; Then it may be. there will often come o'er you glimpses of notes like the catch of a song — visions of childhood shall float them before you. echoes of dreamland shall bear them along. " Edward Earnest Bowen. I love you Mom and Dad. Varsity Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Baseball Manager 1; FCA 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Baseball Manager 1; FCA 2, 3. 4; Physics Club 4; Maranatha 4; Computer Club 4. DAVID TERRY McREE "Farewell Millington High School we’ll remember you. Dear alma mater we're steadfast, loyal, and true." I love you Gndy. Football 2; Pep Club 4. ANTHONY MIDDLETON "I float like a butterfly, sting like a bee!" TRENT DARWIN MIDDLETON "How a man wins shows part of his personality; How he loses shows all of it. Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 2. 3. 4; HERO III 3. DAPHNE JEANNE MILLER "School is rough and everything may not always go your way. but if you work hard and believe in yourself you'll make it. ” JOHNNA DAWN MILLER "This life is yours. Take the power to choose what you want to do and do it well. Take the power to love what you want in life and love it honestly. Take the power to walk in the forest and be a part of nature. Take the power to control your own life, no one else can do it for you, Take the power to make your life happy. " FHA 1; Powder Puff 3; TOEC 3. 4. 96 seniorsPAUL JAMES (P J ) MILLER Check it out. High School a a tune when the girls start putting on kpsbck. and the boys wipe it oil " Student Council Vice President 4. Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3. President 4. Annual Staff 4. Artist in Action 3. 4. Prom Committee 4. Computer Club 4. Student Handbook Cover Artist 4. Leaders of MCHS 4; Pep Club 4. MCHS Pacesetter 4. Powder Puff Court 4. Junior Class Treasurer 3; No 2 of the Top Ten Male Models 3; Fashion Club 3; Maranatha 3. Sadie Hawkins Decoration Committee 3. Track 3. Football 2, 3. 4. M-CIub 2. 3. 4. Second Place Winner of the Millington Telephone Company Art Contest 2; Millington Art Show 3. 4; Literary Guild 4. Treasurer 4; Faces 4. The Annual Artist-in-Action; TAPS Calendar 3. 4; Fashion Show No. 1 of the Top Ten Male Models 4. Fashion Board Chairman 4; Optimist Winner for Football 4 JOHNNY THOMAS MONASCO “School has been very hard But it has been fun I can t believe I mode it " Auto Body I and II. DAVID PERNELL MOORE "Remember now thy creator in the days of thy youth; while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh, when thou shall say. I have no pleasure in them. " Ecclesiastes 12:1 National Honor Society 3; Maranatha 3, 4; FCA 3. TERRY LEA DELL MORGAN "A mind is a terrible thing to waste.” HERO III 3; General Choir 2, 3; Art 1, 2. RODNEY DALE MOSKOVITZ "And so you see. There are no more days that go so fast, there are no more heartaches or sorrows that erupt from the past We have only life to live and happiness to breathe but as we sit on our clouds this becomes hard for us to believe." VABI 1,2; VAB II 3. 4; Talent Show 2. 3. TERESA MOSS “To err is human, but to forgive is divine." Pep Club 4; Gospel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; General Chorus 1, 2; Concert Choir 3; Teacher’s Aide 3, 4; Close-Up 4; Maranatha 4; HERO II Secretary 4; FCA 4; Octagon 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Who’s Who 4. DANNA ANNETTE MURPHY "There is a certain comfort one gets when there is someone near to talk with Someone within whom you can trust to take what you say — and keep what is worth keeping — and with love, blow the rest away " Art Club 1; French Club 2, 3; NJROTC 2, 3. 4; Administrative Officer 3; Color Guard 3, 4; Executive Officer 4; Rifle Team 4; Maranatha 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Concert Choir 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. RICHARD CARL MURRAY, JR. "Don ’t look for flaws as you go through life; and even when you find them it is wise and kind to be somewhat blind and look for the virtue behind them, for the cloudiest night has a hint of light somewhere in its shadows hiding, it is better by far to hunt for a star than the spots on the sun abiding." Ella Wheeler Wilcox Rodeo Club 3, 4; Track 2; Play Productions 3, 4; "Hansel and Gretel’’ 3; "Calamity Jane" 3; Theater Showcase 3. PAMELA ROSE MYERS “Today is the beginning of a new day; it’s nothing like yesterday or the day before " FHA 1; Pep Club 1; HERO 1 3; DECA 4. VICKI LEE NAIL "Give me no restrictions on what I do or say. Don't speak of tomorrow when it's still today. Leave me to my selfish ways I’m well enough alone. That is what I tell myself as I stumble home." Thanks Mom, Dad, and Sis. Hope you’re still there when I go for my PhD. You’ve made these past four years the best. Pep Club 1, 2; Marching Band 3; Spanish Club 1. SONJA RENE NEVILL “Today is fulfilled with joy and happiness. Joy is having friends. Happiness is knowing that they will always be there. I couldn’t have made it without them." Volleyball 1,2, 3, 4; Most Improved Player 2; FHA 4; FCA 1,2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 4. seniors 97BART LEWIS NICHELSON "Dreams are mere realities. Realities only come from faith and trust. Both faith and trust should be put in God . . . then dreams become realities.“ FHA 1, Recreational Director 2; HERO I 3, President 3; HERO I 4, Sec. Treas. 4; Maranatha 3; Fashion Club 3; Teacher’s Aide 3, 4; "Dracula” 4; Close-Up 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4. JAMES KENNETH NOBLE “After 12 years. I’m finally free. Thanks to my parents and my friends. " ROTC2, 3; Drill Team 2. JILL RENEE OLIVER "you gw little when you give of your possessions It is when you give of yourself that you truly give " Kahil Gtbran FHA 1. 2. Representative 1. Secretary 2. Wrestling Cheerleader 2. Pep Club 1, 2; Powder Puff 3. 4. TOEC 2, 3. 4; Teacher’s Aide 3. 4; Football Manager 4; Who's Who 4 HELEN LOUISE REYES ONEDERA "O Cod help me to know what it means to try. to try very hard, and sometimes to fail Then when I try and fail, help me to be cheerful and not afraid, but ready to try ogam " National Honor Society 3. Vice-President 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Arete 3, 4. Principal's Advisory Committee 4; Physics Qub Vice-President 4; Computer Qub 4; Literary Guild 3; NEMA Nominee 3; NCTE Nominee 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Gris' State 3; National Educational Development Test Award 2. MCHS Wordsmtth Second Place 2. MSU Geometry Competition 2; Guidance Office Assistant 2; Guam Class Vice-President 1; Student Council Rep Treas 1; National Jr Honor Society Secretary 1; Service Qub Treasurer 1; Varsity Volleyball Co-Captain 1; Speech Drama Qub 1; Japanese Club 1; Youth Month Representative 1. Police-Youth Conference Representative 1; Asst District Attorney Career Day 1; Who's Who 4; Teacher's Aide 4 LISA MICHELLE OSWALD “Heaven is under our feet as well as over our head. Heaven is with you. Chris. I love you!" TOEC 2, 3, 4; Powder Puff 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2. DEBBIE PACK “There are no fragments so precious as those of time and none so needlessly lost by people who cannot make a moment and yet waste years. “ CHARLES GERALD PAGE, JR. (CHUCK) “I said to a man who stood at the gate, give me a light that I may tread safely into the unknown, and he replied, go out into the darkness and put your hand into the hand of God. That shall be better to you than a light and safer than a known way. ” Concert and Marching Band 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Baseball 2; VICA 3,4; Chaplain 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3. LAMAR STEVEN PARHAM (STONEY) “Things will be hard from this point on, but I’m ready for the challenge. Thanks Beverly, for being mine. “ Football 1; DEC A 4; French Club 4; Literary Guild 4. LANA STEPHANIE PARHAM “The past is behind you and already over so look to the future and the great things to come. Thanks Matt for our past together and I look for our future to be even better. ” LaDRONE MARRYLYNN SUE PARKS “The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet ” FHA 1; HERO 3, 4, President 4; Pep Club 4; Wrestling Cheerleader 2, 4; Track 3,4 VICKY LYNN PEEK “Love is something we see with our hearts not our eyes, but be careful It could be wearing a disguise. ” Pep Club 1, 2; FHA 1; Cheerleader 2; VICA Cosmetology 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4; FCA 3, 4. BARBARA JOYCE PEETE “Someone who thinks the world is cheating him is right — he is missing that wonder ful feeling of trust in someone or something. ” Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; Gospel Choir 2. 98 seniorsJOE EDDIE PEETE "The opportunities of man are limited only by his imagination. But so few have imagina Won that there are ten thousand fiddlers to one composer.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who 4. ROBBIE PEETE “Many an alcoholic doesn’t really like to drink; it's just something to do while getting drunk.” KATHERINE GRACE PERRY “Nothing is forever, so when you love someone, love them to the fullest. And if you should lose them, you’ll never lose the memories once shared by each other. ” Volleyball 1; Spanish Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 3; Literary Guild 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Beta Club 3. THERESA MARLENE PERRY “Women are wiser than men because they know less and understand more. ” FCA 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4; Teacher’s Aide 2, 3; DECA I, II; Guidance 4. GREGORY LEE PLUNK “No man loves labor for itself. ” Football 1; Rodeo 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; VAB 3, 4. MICHAEL DAVID POPE “Friendship is like a shiny penny . . . you’ll always want to keep it forever." To all the people I have met and known through the past four years, I give my very best luck to for the future. Mom and Dad, I love you! DECA 4; HERO HI 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4, FCA 3, 4; Fashion 3; Teacher’s Aide 3, ‘‘Calamity Jane” 3; Literary Guild 4. JOHN COLEMAN PORTERFIELD “Know the true value of time; snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of if.” Lord Chesterfield Football 1, 2; VICA-VAB 3, 4. Vice-President 4; Attendance Worker 4. Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3. DARREN LOWELL PRESTON “We must obey God as ruler rather than men. ” Acts 5:29 National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 4; MSU Wordsmith 3; Certificate of Merit, National Essay Press 3; MSU Geometry Contest 1; MSU Algebra II Contest 2; MSU Advanced Math Contest 3; NCTE Nominee 3; NEMA Nominee 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Optimist Club Winner 2,3; Who’s Who 4; Hall of Fame 4. LORI LYNN PRIEST "Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone just remember that all people in this world haven't had the advantages that you’ve had. ” F. Scott Fitzgerald Drill Team 1, 2; Color Guard 2,3; Rifle Team 2. TIMOTHY R. PRUETT “Time is too short for one who hates, but for one who loves time is eternity. ” ROTC 1, 2, 3; Color Guard 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2; Color Guard Commander 3. KELLY SUE PURINTON “It is as sport to a fool to do mischief: but a man of understanding hath wisdom." Proverbs 10:23 Maranatha 1,3; Mu Alpha Theta 3; Physics 4; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER PYLAND ‘To find a friend one must look. To find love one must wait. To find happiness one must hang on. To find oneself one must trust oneself ” Maranatha 1, 2, 3; Close-Up 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Physics Club 4. seniors 99CARL ROBERT QUICK “To live long is almost everyone’s wish, but to live well is the ambition of a few. Thank you. Wendy, for teaching me to live well. ” Computer Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. JEFFERY ALLEN RAST "What can I say?” Football 1; Auto Club 3. 4. KELVIN RAYNER “Memory is the diary we all carry about with us." Varsity Basketball 4. KIMBERLY ANN REED “The distance between us has never changed the memories we share or our love for each other for he will always be coming back and I will always be waiting " FHA 1; Powderpuff 3, 4; Softball 2. 4; TOEC 2, 3, 4; Attendance Worker 1; Lady M-Club 2, 3, 4; FCA 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 4. MARIE ELAINE REYNOLDS “When I was a child I caught a fleeting glimpse out of the corner of my eye. I turned to look at it but it was gone. I cannot put my finger on it now. the child has grown, the dream is gone ... I have become comfortably numb." Volleyball 1, 4; HERO 3, McKenzie Sub-Regional Officer 3; Pep Club 4; M Club 4; Computer Club 4; Math Award 3; FCA 4; Powderpuff 4. MARY DENISE RHOADS "I’ve come a long way and there isn t any reason to go back ” Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4; FHA 1; French Club 2, 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students; Library Assistant 3. KRISTINA MARIE RICE "Once in a lifetime you find someone special your lives intermingle and somehow you know, this is the begin rung you have longed for. a love you can bwld on. a love that wdl grow Once in a lifetime to those who are lucky, a miracle happens and dreams all come true. I know it can happen, it happened to me. for I found that 'once in a lifetime' with you " Cheerleader 1; Track 1. Principal's Advisory 1. French 1. 2. Secretary 2. Arete 1, 2, 3. 4. Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Office Worker 2. M-Club 2. 3. 4. Mu Alpha Theta 2. 3, 4; Lady Trojans Softball 2. 3. 4. All Tournament 3; Powder Puff 3. 4; MSU Math Contest 3; UTM Science Eiowl 3; Physics Club 3. NEMA Winner 3; Computer Club 3. 4, Secretary 4, Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. 4. Beta Club 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4. National Honor Society 3. 4. Yearbook 3. 4. Copy Layout Editor 4. Close-Up 4, Hall of Fame 4; Teacher's Aide 4. Pacesetter 4; Quill and Scroll 4 STEVE RIPLEY "Everything has another side to U. like the moon, the patroness of nonsense, viewed from the other side, a bird Is a blossom broken loose from its chain of stalk, a man a quadrupled begging on its htnd legs, a house a gigan tesque hat to cover a man from the sun. a chair an apparatus of four wooden legs for a cripple with only two This a the side of things which tends most truly to spiritual wonder G K Chesterton RODNEY LYNN RISBY “Look not for beauty or color of skin but look for the heart that is loyal within, for beauty may fade and skin grow old but the heart that is loyal will never grow cold. ” CINDY L. RITTER “The moment may be temporary; Bui the memory lasts forever.” Class Secretary 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; M-Club 1, 2; Lady M-Club 1. 2; Volleyball 1; Powderpuff 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; Softball Manager 1; Office Worker 1, 2; Teacher’s Aide 1. 2, 4; Varsity Volleyball Manager 1. ALLEN BOYD ROBERSON III “The difference between life and love is simple life is one fool thing after another. And love is two fool things after each other. I love you Debbie!“ LEIGH ANN ROBERTS “The good times of yesterday fell into the shadows of the past. Remembrance is happy, remembering is sad. Across the miles I see you in the mirror of my mind. We had good and we had bad " Danya Loumer French 4. 100 seniors BRUCE ROBINSON “The trouble is. Sancho. ” said Don Quixote, “you are so afraid that you cannot see or hear properly; for one of the effects of fear is to disturb the senses and cause things to appear other than what they are." Cervantes JAMES MICHAEL ROE “Old time, in whose bank we deposit our notes is a Miser who always wants guineas for groats; He keeps all his customers still in arrears by lending them minutes and charging them years. O. IV. Holmes. Young men think old men are fools, but old men know young men are fools.” Football 1; Principal’s Advisory 1; VAB 3, 4; Arete 2. MARGO MARIE ROE “Tis better to keep your own counsel and be thought a fool than to open mouth and remove all doubt. ” Olde American saying — Mark Twain Arete 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Physics Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Mu Alpha Theta 4. MARY LYNN (NAOMI) ROELKE “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched; they must be felt with the heart. ” Class Vice-President 1; “Music Man” 1; “M”-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; DECA 4; TOEC 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Aide 2; Arete 3, 4; Powder Puff 4; Watergirl 1, 2; Varsity Softball 3; Student Honors 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Lady “M” Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Who’s Who 4. KIMBERLY ANN ROGERS “Always smile, for nothing on earth can make life more worthwhile than the sunshine and warmth of a beautiful smile. ” Cosmetology 2, 3, 4; Freshman Cheerleader 1; Powder Puff 3, 4; “M”-Club 1,2, 3,4; FCA1.2, 3,4. DEBORAH LYNN ROSS "A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out. ” Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff 4. JOYCELYN ANNETTE RUSH “An open foe may prove a curse. But a pretended friend is worse. ” Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Junior Achievement 2, 3; NAJAC 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Secretary 3, President 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Principal’s Advisory Council 1; Gospel Choir 2. 3, 4; "M”-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Arete 1, 2; FCA 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4; TAPS 3; Epic Magazine 3; Spanish Club 2; Cheerleader 1; Fashion Club 2; Hero I 3, 4; Maranatha 3; Lady “M” Club 1; Physics Club 4; Who’s Who 4. DOYLE D. SANDERS “I can resist everything but temptation." Football 1, 3, 4; VICA-VAB 3, 4. DON SAWYER "Dame Fortune plays with a man who surrenders himself to her caprices as a child plays with an ivory ball on a billiard table, pushing it hither and thither, and laughing with joy. when by chance he sends it Into the pocket; and an expert player, who calculates speed, reaction, distance, angles, and a crowd of other things, does what he pleases with the ball; but fortune is not a learned geometrician, and he who abandons himself to her must stand the hazard of the die She seems, indeed, to take a malicious pleasure in proving that she is not blind, she has never raised me up except with the intention of casting me down afterwards." Casanova MARTIN JOSEPH JAMES SCANLON, JR. "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." Football 1. 2.3; "M" Club 2,3; VAM 3; Computer Club 4. MARK ANTHONY SCARBOROUGH “I like life indeed, but there is that which I like more than life, and therefore. I will not seek to possess it by any improper ways. I dislike death indeed, but there is that which I dislike more than death, and therefore, there are occasions when I will not avoid danger.” ROTC 1, 2, 3,4; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANN JUDITH SCHMALL “Far better it is to dare mighty things to win glorious triumphs even though checked by failure than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much because they live in the grey twilight that knows not victory nor defeat ” Theodore Roosevelt, 1910. International Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Play Productions 2, 3, 4; “Damn Yankees” 2; “Hansel and Gretel" 3; Theatre Showcase ’83 3; “Dracula” 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Teacher’s Aide 2. seniors 101ERIC TIMOTHY SCOGGINS "All the world to me is a stage and we are merely players, performers, and portrayers. each another audience upon the guilded stage." Band 1, 2; ROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1. 2, 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3. TABITHA CAMILLE SCOTT "Women are wiser than men because they know less and understand more. ” Hero I 3,4; Fashion Show 3; Who’s Who 4. LISA ANN SHEPHERD "The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin ft.” TOEC 2,3, 4. ANGELA MARIE SHERRILL "As every thread of gold is valuable, so is every moment of time." National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Arete 1, 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Maranatha 3; FCA 3, 4; M Club 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; MCHS Wordsmith 1. SHERRY LYNN SHERRILL "Fly and you will catch the wind; dream and you will reach your goal." Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Decoration 1, 2; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3. RONALD JAMES SHIVERS "Thank God it's my last year." VAB 3,4. LISA CAROL SHORT "I don't really think I'm crazy for taking my time. I'm just looking for the answers I gotta find, They say it's gonna be a long, hard ride. Baby, what about you.” Choir 1, 2, 3; IOE 2; Cosmetology 3, 4; VICA 4. DIANA LYNN SIM "The moment may be temporary, but the memory is forever. ” National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3. 4; Arete 2, 3. 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; Computer Club 4; Who’s Who 4. FRANCES VICTORIA SLEDD "Beauty changes with the passing season, except in the heart, where the true beauty begins." Teacher’s Aide 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; TOEC 3, 4; M Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderpuff 3, 4. CARRIE RENEE SMITH "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 past. So walk on proud class of '84 we’re all free at last." Hero 3, 4. CHIP SMITH "I've seen them come, I’ve seen them go!" Wrestling 1, 2; Rodeo Club 3,4; VICA 3, 4. STEVEN CARL SMITH "It was impossible, but the fool didn't know it, and went ahead and did it anyway." Wrestling 1, 3, 4; Rodeo Club 2, 4; Play Production 2; DECA 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3. 102 seniorsSTEVE SMITH “When a man considers all that he doesn't know, the immeasurable abundance of things of which he has no or only the vaguest idea, he gets downcast. And yet. he also feels free and great. In the vast ness of his ignorance, he stands trembling with the feeling of in finity. as under the starry heavens." Alfred Polgar TONI SMITH “It is said that if you wash a cat it will never again wash itself. This may or may not be true: What is certain is that if you teach a man anything he will never learn it; and if you cure him of a disease he will be unable to cure himself the next time it attacks him “ George Bernard Shaw “M. M." SPEARS “Doing what you like is freedom; liking what you do is happiness, oversleeping will never make your dreams come true. ” FHA 1; Volleyball Mgr. 3; Pep Club 4; Powderpuff 3, 4. SHERYL ROBIN SPECK “Don 't look back and grieve over the past, for it is gone; and do not be troubled about the future, for it is yet to come; live in the present and make it so beautiful it will be worth remembering." Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club Secretary 3; FCA 2, 3; Student Council Representative 2; Attendance Worker 2, 3, 4; Watergirl 2; Bat Girl 3; Teacher’s Aide 3; Computer Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Close Up 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Winter Festival Court 4 ADRIENNE DENEEN STANLEY “All things are possible to him who believes." Mark 9:23 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; General Choir 1; Girls’ Chorus 2, 3; Concert Choir 4; Gospel Choir 4. SANDY DARLENE STARR “If you love someone, set him free; if he comes back to you. he is yours; if he doesn’t, it was never meant to be. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2; Marching Band 1, 2; DECA 3, 4, Vice President 4; Rodeo 3, 4, Secretary 4; Teacher’s Aide 3; General Chorus 4; Optimist Club 1, 2; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; Hero II 3; “Calamity Jane” — Orchestra 3. JEFFERY LEE STEPHENS “Our memories of yesterday will last a lifetime. We'll take the best, forget the rest and someday we'll find — these are the best of times." ROBERT PAUL STEVENS "Death must be beautiful because nobody ever came back and complained about it. “ NJROTC 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team Commander 3; Pep Club 1. DONNA MAE STICKLEY “To handle yourself, use your head. To handle others, use your heart." Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1; French Club 3; Office Education Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Office Worker 3, 4; Homecoming Court 3, 4; Office Education President 4; Who’s Who 4; Homecoming Queen 4. SANDRA LEE STUBBLEFIELD “I have been here four years and they are all filled with treasured memories. I have met my first love here and friends I will cherish forever. For those future seniors. I hope this school will bring you as many terrific memories as it has me." Sandra Stubblefield Pep Club 2, 3, 4; DECA; Valentine’s Dance Committee; Computer I; “Music Man" 1; “Damn Yankees” 2; Teacher’s Aide 3. CORETHA ANN SULLIVAN “Whereas ye know not what shall be on the morrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapour that appearth for a little while and then vanishth away." James 4:14 TIMOTHY M.SUTORUS “I believe in luck: How else do my opponents succeed?" Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1. 2. 3; VAM 3. 4; Jupiter Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Who’s Who 4 seniors 103CINDY IRENE SWIHART “To be what we are. and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only end of life. ” Robert Louis Stevenson Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Arete 3, 4; Octagon 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Memphis State University Algebra I Competition 2; Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4; Literary Guild 3, 4, Secretary 3; Epic Staff 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; National English Merit Award 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Achievements in Writing Competition 3; Computer Club 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Hall of Fame 4. BARBARA TAYLOR “There is something about saying “ok." and hanging up the receiver with a bang that kids a man into feeling that he has just pulled off a big deal, even if he has only called up Central to find out the correct time. “ Robert Benchley MARY ANZETTA THOMAS “If you love something set it free. If it comes back to you it is yours. If it doesn't. It never was.” HERO 3, 4. TRINA COLETTE THOMAS “Those who win are those who try; not the kind who alibi! Remember when you start never let die. For the Lord our God will always be by your side. ’’ Marching Band 1, 2; FHA 1; HERO I 3; HERO II 4. BRUCE B. THOMPSON “Don’t let yourself be bound by what is common; be an individual. ” KAREN DENISE THOMPSON "When the Lord closes a door, somewhere he opens a window. ” Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra — “Calamity Jane” 3. BERNARD (BEN) E. TIBBETTS “To be or not to be that is the question, that we the class of 1984 need to ask ourselves what is our future?” Who’s Who Among American High School Students; National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Arete 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Physics Club 3; DECA 4; Astronomy Club 1. DAVID WINSTON TURNAGE “If a man does not keep pace with his companions perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. ” Astronomy Club 1; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 4. DARYLE CHRISTOPHER TURNER “Winning isn’t everything. Wanting to win is.” Jim “Catfish” Hunter Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 1, 2; Jazz Band 2; FCA 2; DECA 4; Golf Team 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; M-Club 2,3, 4; Pep Club 1. TERESA (TERRI) MICHELLE TURNER “Too many hands on my time; Too many feelings; Too many things on my mind. When I leave I don’t know what I’m hoping to find; and when I leave I don’t know what I’m leaving behind." Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, Ronni, and Vicki. Spanish Club 1, 2; Literary Guild 1; National Honor Society 3, 4. CHARLOTTE DIANNE UNDERWOOD "School is mind over matter. If you don't mind it doesn't matter That's why I made it." Thanks mom, and Dad and Everyone. Child Care I; HERO II 3. Vice President 3; Child Care II; HERO 4 AMANDA ELIZABETH VANTASSELL "Never let me go forward so fast that I fail to enjoy all I leave behind I have my life planned, third finger left hand. Good bye MCHS." Volleyball 1, 2. Manager 3; Miss Millington First Runner-Up 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. “The Music Man” 1; “Damn Yankees" 2; “Overtones" 2; Trojanette 4; Junior Class Committee 3; Senior Prom Committee 4; “M" Club 1, 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Teacher’s Aide 1, 2. 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Committee 3; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1, 2; Homecoming Decoration Committee 2, 3, 4; Winter Festival Decoration Committee 1, 2; Thespians 2. 3. 4; Play Productions 2. 104 senioiJAMES CLIFFORD WADE "Always live for today, because tomorrow may never come. ” Football 1; Baseball 4; Jupiter Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JIMMY WADE “Life is too short to worry." Football 1; Wrestling 1; Baseball 3, 4; VAM I. II 3. 4; Jupiter Club 1, 2, 3, 4; MClub. JACK WALKER "Everyday is a miracle. The world gets up in the morning and is fed and goes to work, and in the evening it comes home and is fed again and perhaps has a little amusement and goes to sleep To make that possible, so much has to be done by so many people that, on the face of it. it is impossible Well, everyday we do; and everyday, we're going to go on as well as we can." James Gould Cozzens JAMES THOMAS WALKER, JR. "To have a goal in life is the best way you can complete your dreams." Football 1. 2. 3. 4; Wrestling 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 2. 3. 4; Who’s Who 4; Hall of Fame 4 JANNET WALKER "True friends are like diamonds, precious but rare. False friends are like autumn leaves found everywhere." Student Council President 1; Student Council 2; Varsity Cheerleader 2. 3, 4; Jr. High School Cheerleader 1; National Honor Society 1. 2. 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Computer Club 4; Key Club 1, 2; Hall of Fame 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Who’s Who 4; Winter Festival Court 3; Homecoming Court 2; Pickwick Representative 3; Track Manager 1, 2; Close-Up 3; MClub. JOHN W. WALKER "Let us have winds and women, mirth and laughter, sermons and soda water the day after. " VAM 3, 4; Jupiter Club 1, 2, 3, 4 KELLY WARD "I won all the little battles, but I lost the big one I'm forced to grow up! No one will call me "baby " anymore. All I have left are the memories of my schooldays It all went by so fast Underclassmen, take a hint, make these last few years your best because you don't get a second chance Principal’s Advisory 1; Volleyball 1. 2, 3. 4. Capt. 1. 3. 4; J.V. Football Watergirl 2; Varsity Football Watergirl 4. Wrestling Manager 3. 4; “Damn Yankees” 2; “Calamity Jane” 3; Basketball 1; M Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Pacesetters 4; Thespians 2. 3. 4; Concert Choir 3, 4 LINDA JEAN WARNER " can t keep people from talking about me. No matter how I try to live or what I try to do. We will all be accused of things of which we have no part, that I why I'm glad God knows my heart ' Majorette 1, 2, 3. 4; Class Treasurer 4; Homecoming Court 4. Winter Festival Court 2. 3; Year book Staff 4; Computer Club 4; Arete 2, 3. 4. M Club 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 2. 3. 4; Thespians 3, 4. Attendance Worker 1. 4; Wrestling Manager 2; J.V. Football Watergirl 2; Mu Alpha Theta 4. Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4. Spanish Club 1. Band Vice President 4. Hall of Fame 4; Pacesetters 4; Play Productions 4. “The Music Man" 1; “Damn Yankees” 2; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2. 3; Maranatha 2. 3. 4; Marching Band 1.2, 3, 4 FRANCIE LYNN WATSON "For the unlearned, old age is winter. For the learned, it is the season of the harvest." Hasidic Saying French Club 1, 4; Marching Band 2, 3; Jazz Band 2, 3; Solo and Ensemble 1, 3. RODNEY LAWRENCE WEAVER "Love doesn 't make the world go round. Love is what makes the trip worthwhile." V1CA 1,2, 3,4. TERESA ANN WELLS "Promises may get friends, but it is performances that keep them." Thanks for everything. I love you Mom and Dad and thank you Glen for making my last year so beautiful. Literary Guild 1; Maranatha 1; VICA Cosmetology 2, 3, 4 BETH WHITE “Happy are those who live in the dream of their own existence, and see all things in the light of their own minds; who walk by faith and hope; to whom the guiding star of their youth still shines from afar, and into whom the spirit of the world has not entered. " William Hazlitt seniors 105RICHARD DEAN WHITE “Life is too important to be taken seriously. ” Student Council 1, 2, 3; Jets Club 3; Football 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player 2, 3; Math Club 3; Physics Club 4; Science Club 3; Let termen’s Club 2, 3; Basketball 3. TONY CLAY WHITSON “If you love something set it free, if it comes back then it is yours, if it doesn ’t, it never was." FHA 1, 2, 3, President 2, Representative 1. LARRY WILDER “It's time for me to fly. I’ve got to set myself free. Time for me to fly. That’s just how it’s meant to be, I know it hurts to say goodbye, but it’s time for me to fly. ” LISA LEA WILDER “We must welcome the future, remembering that it will soon be the past; and we must respect the past remembering that once it was all that was humanly possible. I wouldn't know where to go from here if it weren't for ya'll. Momma. Les, and Mr. Crenshaw. Thanks, I love ya’ll.” Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; National Beta Club 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; TOEC 4; “M” Club 2, 3, 4; Lady Trojan Club 2, 3, 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4, Student Council Secretary 4; NEMA Award Winner 3; Teacher’s Aide 3, 4; Who’s Who 4. BAKAAL RAHMAN WILLIAMS "The most inspiring achievements in life are gained through obtaining goals. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Octagon Club 3; Principal’s Advisory Committee 3; Who’s Who 4. DEBORAH PAULETTE WILLIAMS “Show your friends how much you care today. For you may wake and find that there is no tomorrow." I love you Mom. Dad. Keith and Kim. Pep Club 1, 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 3; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4. JANICE RENEE WILLIAMS “All the flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today —” Thanks for everything, 1 love all of you Mom and Dad, Grandmom and Grandad, Mamma and Willie. FHA 1; TOEC 4; Softball 4. ANTHONY WRIGHT “If I leave here tomorrow will you still remember me? Cuz’ I must be traveling on now, cuz’ there are too many places I’ve got to see. If I stay here with you, now, well things just wouldn't be the same. Cuz' I’m free as a bird now, and this bird you cannot change. ” BONNIE YANCEY “I will make this day a happy one. for I alone can determine what kind of day it will be. '' GREGG ZEBERGS “Life is fast, don't let it pass you by.” 106 seniorsClasses Editors: Terri Dennis Tracey Fender Carol MabayanCLASS OF 1985 We Are Great We’re Alive We’re the Class of ’85 Class Officers: Above: Tim Tubbs — Treasurer; Sandy Warner — Secretary; Eleanor Acosta — Vice-Pres.; Shawn Gingrich — President. Class Favorites: Cindy Gertchen and Rusty Wilkins. 108 ClassesJennifer Abernathy Eleanor Acosta Morris Adams Marketta Alexander Bill Allen Teresa Allen John Amos Tracie Anderson Buck Artzer Jim Ashcraft Robin Aubert Gail Bagley Julie Baker Harold Baker Greg Ballard Jane Barnes Denise Barton Scot Bearup Phil Beasley Ross Beckham Mike Bender Barbara Bennett Lynn Best Tara Betton Scott Blankenbeckler Bobby Blaylock Tammie Boswell Vincent Bounds Angela Bradley Diane Bradley Nathan Bradley Leslie Bradshaw Bryant Brooks Ronald Brooks Laura Browder Blake Brown Cindy Brown Steve Brown Mona Browning Kathryn Broyles Julie Bunnell Chris Burress John Burress Darren Calhoun Debra Campbell Ken Campbell Tiffany Cannon Shelley Carson Veronica Carson Allen Carter Chris Carter Terry Carter Victor Charles Venessa Christopher Micheal Claiborne Jim Cleaver classes 109DeAnna Cleveland Delons Cobbs Melanie Cochran Tom Cole Kenneth Connatser Eric Cook Tom Cook Lisa Cooper Tammy Copeland Tracy Costa Skip Creech Donna Crisel Paula Crowder Larry Cullum Elaine Culver Trey Curlin Linda Danley Bryant Davis Ricky Davis Charles Dawson Christie Deckard Tammy DeMarigny Carol Deporter Laura Dieckhaus Bill Duda Charlotte Dupree Moe Eckel Patience Eckhart Cornell Edwards Melissa Ervin Beverly Ferrell Luckie Ferrell Jennifer Finder Bob Fletcher Dena Fletty Jackie Flowers Pam Floyd Pam Ford Kathy Friend Carol Fritz Denise Fuselier Troy Gacek 110 classesDavid Garmoe Darryl Garrett Carmen Gavrock Suellen Gayden Cindy Gertschen Shawn Gingrich Wendy Glover Robert Grannis Bobbie Greenhaw Becky Greer Kathy Guetterman Bobby Hagan Suzanne Hansgen Renee Haile Beth Hale Carl Hale Michelle Hall Sam Hall Tina Hamilton Karen Hance JoAnn Hancock Ted Hannah Matt Hardaway Michelle Hardee Melinda Harkness Barbara Harless Annette Harris Andy Hart Denise Hart David Harvey William Hasberry Christie Hastings Mike Hayes Gary Hayslip Mary Hazlett Curtis Helmo John Heminway Michelle Hill Debbie Hissong Cynthia Hogan Steve Hogan John Holderman classes 111Keith Holloway Michael Hood Jackie Hudman Dale Hughs Debbie Hultz Billie Jo Hummel Michelle Jager Donna L. Johnson Donna R. Johnson Kelvin Jones Marcel Jones Melody Jones Mike Joyner Patricia Keeton Karen Kelly Dawn Kennedy Paul Kenny Lisa Kesler Bruce Kidwell Barbara Kimes Julie Klinkefus Is typing always this fun? Hey, Sailor! Gossip, gossip, gossip . . . Wendy Knights Teresa Kueider Donna Lackey Timmy Laird Robin Lamont Paul Landry Becky Lavender Mitch Lawson Frank Lee Sharon Leech John Leppert Dwayne Lewis Melissa Lewis Larry Lindsey Carol Locke Pam Lonier Paul Long Lee Lynch Kevin Maharrey Chris Manley Eileen Martin 112 classesLaura Mayhugh Cynthia McBroom John McClain David McClanahan Angela McCollum Lori McFarland Jennifer Medearis Tim Meeks Ann Melton Doris Middleton Brenda Miller Dewayne Miller Duane Miller Rebecca Miller Roger Miller Tim Miller Lori Millington Tina Montgomery Brian Moore Karen Moore Mary Moore Say what? Come on, smile! Life can’t be that bad! Could you repeat that? Tim Morrison Allyson Morton Beverly Moss Carolyn Nelson Beth Nix Keith Nixon Richard O’Connell Andy Oglesby Dean Oglesby Loree Olson Ron O’Rourke Lori Parham Lisa Perry Tim Perry Tony Pickle Doug Pierce Kelly Pierce Jimmy Pike Dean Pine Brain Pinlac Stephanie Poston classes 113Will you shut up, Tammy? Smile! Jacky Prather Bryon Preston David Price Sandra Pugh Shanon Purtle Brian Rabum Kim Ransom Sam Rather Richard Ray Eric Redick Tommy Reyes DeeDee Riepma Gayle Roberts Beth Rook Maria Ross Sharon Royal Steve Russell Kenny Rutledge Jon Sanders Denise Sartain Daniel Schuetz Kelly Schulze Harold Shaw Cliff Shilling Mike Shoemake Naomi Sisk Carl Slawinski Alice Smith Bonnie Smith Hazel Smith Jamye Smith Tanya Smith Cheri Starr Michelle Stevenson Tammy Stephenson Amy Stroud Ricky Stroud Todd Stubbs Ruth Swayne Robert Swickard Dan Taylor Kenny Taylor 114 classesIs it over yet? Yeah, I’m bad!! Steve Taylor Roy Taylor Troy Thompson John Tillery Teri Townsend Tim Tubbs Missy Turrell Daphne Tuttle Mike Twigg Michelle Vinson David Walker Susan Walker Kevin Wallace Lennie Wallace Nathan Ward Theresa Ward Talethia Ware Sandy Warner Kim Warf Christine Watt Alvania Weidetz Michelle Weidetz Tuesday Weis Terri Wells Jay Westmoreland Charles White Michelle White Shari Wilburn Rusty Wilkins Curtis Williams Dana Williams Jay Wilson Terry Wise Pam Wray Walter Wray Charles Wyatt Joe Yarbrough Gary Young classes 115Caught again! Wow, that’s interesting! Look out Hollywood, here I come! What did you say? 116 classesTerry Carter — Hard at work?!? Beth, do you feel stupid? The only power around here Is woman power. Hi there! Walter, Rodney, and Michael — girl watching! classes 117We are great, We get our kicks, We’re the Class of ’86! Class Officers: Above: Erika Amaba, President; Tammy Bourie, Treasurer; Sandy Saylors, Secretary; Wendy Smith, Vice-President. Class Favorites: Sandy Fortune and John Wilson. 118 classesJeff Abernathy Fred Acosta Crystal Adams Randy Adams Ernestine Alexander Tammy Alexander Tim Alexander Erika Amaba Cindy Amos Argie Anderson Jimmy Anderson Samatha Arkon Amy Ashenbramer Lori Atteberry Alan Baker Richard Baker Dayna Ballard Gina Ballard Shawn Banks Valarie Banks Danette Barlar Toni Barnett Rick Barrie Dewayne Barrom Marsha Barton Albert Bean Terry Bell Frank Benefiel Fred Benson Denise Berry Tamera Batson Tom Biggs David Bledsoe Tammy Bourrie Mance Bowden Tami Bowers Linda Bowman Stephanie Boyd Bernadette Bradford Demetrius Bradford Shelly Bradshaw Mince Brady Mark Branch Stephanie Branch Liesa Bieth Mike Bright Danny Brown Kenneth Browning Joyce Burnett Mark Burton John Busby Tommy Campbell Mike Cannon Karen Capuson David Carroll Monica Carson classes 119Karen Carter Lisa Carter Brian Casson Victor Castilo A. J. Cates Patty Chambers Ray Chester Amy Childress Greg Childress Tammy Christopher Brenda Chunn Desta Church Brett Cloer Bryan Collver Tito Cook Alan Copeland Terry Cossey Tony Cox Carla Crawford David Creel Michelle Cropper Kim Curan Donna Curry Tonya Curry Melda Dabu Sherry Dacus Lyn Davis Scott Davis Tina DeCosta Allen Deck Lisa Deckard Brenda Denny Jimmy Devitt Pam Diggs Robert Donahay Sandra Donan Gidget Doty Lisa Doyon Jason Dupree Chris Edens Dewy Edge Debbie Eiland 120 classes Kathy Ellerbrook Regina Ellis Stephanie Eubanks Mike Fletcher Mike Flowers Lisa Floyd Mark Forbes Sandy Fortune Sonya Fortune James Fry Richard Gagne Tyrone Garner Teresa Gibbs Cammie Goodlett Zachary Green Darren Greenburg Tony Grubb Steve Gurley Chris Gurley Thomas Hance Carolyn Hannah David Harford Curtis Harper Belinda Harrald Felicia Harrington Eddie Harris • Kenneth Harris Michelle Harazim Sara Hart Kenny Hatchel Hank Hawkins Ron Hayes Cyndy Haynes Donna Hemmings David Henry Robert Herold Tim Hill Patricia Hivner Sheri Houston Carlton Howard Scott Howard Tommy Hubbard “Oh. my!" 'Oh, there he is now!" classes 121John Hudson Micah Huffman Linda Hughes Mark Hunter Malcolm Hupp Shirley Hurd Jeff Ingram Gary Jackson Lisa Jackson Becky Javins Becky Jenson Steve Jermyn Beverly Jerry Fred Johnson Jennifer Johnson Mike Johnson David Johnston Debra Johnston David Johnston Ferlanda Jones Marvalista Jones Rhonda Jordan Rocky Jordan Miranda Karsko Kurtis Keller JoAnna Kelley Chad Kelly Rachel Kincaid Keith Knox Laurie Kuykendall Leslie LaComb Lisa LaFayette Toni Laird Susan Landry Jon Latham Aimee Laurent Dan Lestage Sean Lester Ricky Lewis Lori Lishman Deanna Logan Phillip Logan 122 classes Karen Lorency Eric McCarroll Tim McCullough James McElyea David McGary Blaine McGee Tina McKnight Keith McMahan Paula McVoy Debbie MacSaveny Mark Manning Andrea Marcy Annie Martin Linda Matheson Maxine Matthews Sharon Maxwell April Melton Eric Milam Amy Miller Leslie Mitchell Angel Moody “I just love school!” "Boorriinngg!” Billy Mooney Eric Moore Louis Moore Brent Morgan Mike Moria Don Morris Cheryl Morrison Matt Morrison Terry Mosley Andrea Murray Roger Murray Jeff Muse Mike Newman Andrea Nierad Marc Noakes Curt Oliver Laura O’Rear Lisa Outten Billy Overstreet Belo Page Terri Palmer classes 123Mike Pannell Steve Patrick Randy Paul Amy Parham Daren Pavy Lisa Payne Beverly Peek Kay Pendergrass Debbie Penter Devland Perry Dwayne Perry Tracey Perry Jeff Phillips Tara Phillips Howard Piner Donnie Pennington Lisa Pittman Karen Poortuliet Tawana Parham Tammy Prescott Lisa Pruitt Ernest Pugh Liz Rather Steve Ray Becky Rayman Linda Reed Missy Reed Lisa Reeder Anna Reynante Lynn Reynolds Wanda Rhodes Don Richardson Allan Rice Liz Ridley Marva Risby Harold Rivera John Roberts Susan Roberts David Robinson Rachel Rodriguez Amy Rogers Mike Rogers 124 classes Samantha Savage Johnny Sawyer Sandy Saylors Margie Scanlon Cathy Schroeder Jeff Scoggins Dwan Scott Michelle Selvy Anderson Shannon Cristal Sherrill Debbie Slyapich Debbie Smith Tonya Smith Wendy Smith Brett Smith Toni Speck Micky Spears Dena Spencer Kim Spencer Darrell Stanley Joseph Stephens Allen Stephenson Matt Stollmeyer Todd Stringfellow James Stroud Greg Sugg Sylvia Sullivan Tim Sumner Richie Talada Latonya Tale Lisa Taylor Vickie Taylor Virginia Taylor Jerri Thien Andre Thomas Felecia Thomas Paul Thornton T. J. Tracey Jennifer Trujillo Dave Tullis Janet Turner Matt Twigg classes 125James Vandergrift Cassandra Vann Larry Vinson Tanza Vinson Rezshason Walker Taisha Walker Chris Ward Donald Ward Mark Ward Vickie Ward Chandra Watson Karl Werenskjold Darryl White Lara Wildes Melinda Wildman Tracy Wiley Barry Williams Becky Williams Debra Williams John Wilson Reggie Wilson Renetta Wilson Arthur Wistock Lisa Woodward Liza Woodworth Gina Wren Tonja Wren Jeff Zebergs William Zumwalt Jerry Zvolanek “Oh, Happy Day!” "Where, oh where, did that book go!?” 126 classesclasses 127We Have Spirit, Straight From Heaven, We’re the Class of ’87! Class Officers: Above: Teresa Roebuck — Secretary; Christy McManus — Vice-President; Larry Brown — Treasurer; Todd Gertschen — President. Class Favorite: Teresa Roebuck and Larry Brown. 128 classesWendy Achelpohl Ferdinand Acosta Vicki Adams Jaci Aiken Ronald Allen Todd Almond Jackie Alvoid Andre Anderson David Anderson Jeffrey Approbato Mary Jo Artzer Nissa Ashenbramer Cindy Bailey Gina Baker Kristie Baldwin Rhonda Ball Felecia Ballard Paul Ballou Amy Barrom Pam Bartlett Kelly Barton Mike Barton Revel Barton Shaska Baty Donna Bearden Wendi Bearup Bill Beavers Kathy Beck Geneine Beld Karen Bell Alesha Bellora Stacey Burnett Lisa Berryhill Jenni Biller Lisa Bland Dwayne Block Robert Blythe Tommy Bolgeo Chris Bomprezzi Mindy Bondzio Chris Bowers Kristie Brady Daniel Brandy Paula Brady Stanley Branch Timothy Brasington Anthony Braswell Wendy Bratton Mack Bready Angela Brooks Bobby Brown Larry Brown Mary Ann Brown Paul Brown Shannon Bryant Cassandra Burnett classes 129Cathy Burress Stephanie Bussell Paul Butler Mary Caldwell Michelle Caldwell Denise Carpenter Joe Castilo Regina Caviness Greg Christopher Randy Chunn Calvin Cleaves Teresa Coggins Michelle Coleman Chris Cooper Joe Costill Lawrence Cox Mike Cox Shelia Cox Shannel Creech Bobby Crisel Terry Cross Vanessa Crutcher Jeff Cullum Ronnie Cullum Teri Dacus Tyrone Dandridge Karla Davenport Eddie Davey Janet Davidson Danielle Davis Danita Davis Missy Davis Mark Delph Caroline Deluca Robbie deMarigny Daryl DePoorter Rhonda Dickinson Lane Diffee Darrell Dillard Donna Dillard Jonathan Dingman Michelle Dooley Did you see that! Freshmen, hard at work? 130 classes9 I’m leaving Dear John . . . Jina Dugger Vicki Edge Steve Elkins Rachel Ellis Wayne Embrey Willa Sue Emery Sam Ervin Wesley Ervin Julia Ervin Rhonda Essary Jim Evans Dwayne Ewing Beechem Exum Dana Exum Robin Farmer Jerri Fitzgerald Richard Fitzgerald Kerri Fletty Lynn Floyd Rudy Forster Nicole Forsythe Pam Foster Lisa Frazier Sondra Frazier Robert Freeman Robin Freeman Melba Gant Matthew Garner Robert Gelvin Todd Gertschen Dan Gibson Jody Gibson Norris Gibson Andy Gillihan Kenneth Glover Laurie Goodlett Sheila Goodwin Andrea Graham Cheryl Grannis Lori Green David Gross classes 131David Gross Leland Guy Annette Hagsten Robby Haile Dan Hall Sandra Halliburton Sonya Hallmark Hedi Hallock Billy Hammond Jimmy Hampton Patrick Hampton Pam Hance Kathy Harper Dwayne Hart Joe Harwell Kevin Harwell Danny Hatchel Joe Hawkins Shea Hayes Wicky Hayes Leigh Hebert Another day, another A. On the road again. Lisa Helm Vickie Henry Gerald Hebert Chris Herring Vickie Hicks Bobby Hill Andrea Holley Lawita Holley Regina Holmes Yvette Holmes Alan Holton Tamara Hood Patricia Houston Maria Huelskamp Pamela Hudman Gene Hulley Jim Hulley Tina Ingram Tammy Israel Melanie Jackson Eddie Jaco 132 classesDavid Jarui Belinda Johnson Bobby Johnson Danny Johnson Donna Johnson Doug Johnson Laura Johnson Enzo Joyner Mary Joyner Mike Joyner Amy Jones Anna Jones Bam a Jones Jimmy Jones Maurice Jones Michelle Jones Susan Jones Cheryl Jordan Joseph Joyner Paul Keeler Phillip Kenny Jamie Kidwell Jeff King Paula Klepper Kellie Kopp Steve Langston Valerie Lee Vicky Leppert Marcus Lewis Mark Lewis Mary Lewis Andy Liebengood Mary Life Roger Lynch Richard Lind Amy Linkous Shane Litaker Denise Logan David Lopez Jacky Lucas Paulette Lunati Joe Lundrigan classes 133Who studies in study hall? It’s on the tip of my tongue. Alicia Maclin Gina Malphus Kathleen Mandapot Anne Mar Diane Marshall Jean Mason Robbie Mason Heather Matheson Steven Matthews Shawn McAvoy David McBride Mike McCarty James McConnell Andy McDaniel Shaun McEnerney Cindy McGhee Sara Mclntire Shannon McKee Christy McManus Missy Medina Pam Melton Leslie Merrell Michelle Michael Darrel Middleton Angela Miller Tina Miller Anita Moore Doug Moore Sheri Moore Crystal Morris Tonya Morris Kathy Morrison Bobby Mosby Ronnie Mosley Darryl Moss Tamora Moss Larry Motes Dennis Moy Troy Munn Scott Murphy Patrick Myrick Tonya Naccarato 134 classes Teresa Nehls April Nesbit Lucy Newcomb Mike Nichols Tim Noakes Kem Noble Chris Nolan John North Evan Nowak Terri O’neal Mary O’Rear Steve Ortego Aleda Owen Mike Pace Edwin Pannell Buzz Parham Renee Parker Tonya Payne Letti Pember Steve Penrod Patrick Peters Cheryl Peterson Trent Phillips Barbra Poltrock Debbie Pool Danny Potts Melissa Prather Tom Price Wayne Price Ken Priest Stacey Purtle Tracy Quinlan Sybil Ransom Ronald Ray Trey Ray Tully Reed Tony Reeder Cindy Reynolds Walter Rhinehart Crystal Rhoads Cassandra Riales Gerry Richard classes 135Raquel Richards Tracy Richey Dennis Riddle Paul Roberson Lee Roberts Paul Roe Teresa Roebuck Thomas Roelke Billy Rogers Karen Ross Bobby Rowland Arthur Russell Casey Sadlon Eric Sanders Kelly Snyder Yvette Sherman Charlie Schutten Denise Schwartz Bryan Scott Deanna Seco Jim Serra Robert Setzer Mark Shannon Joe Sheffield Michael Sherrill T racey Shipp Tonia Shockley Curtis Sigler Harry Sisk Missy Sledd Carl Smith David Smith Georgia Smith Henry Smith Stacy Smith Kirk Sneed Ronald Sloan Renee Sorilano Jeff Stanley Tim Stevens Carol Steward Denise Stewart 136 classes$ Michelle Stewart Patrick Stocking Lisa Stowe Ronnie Stratton Kim Street Tim Street Stacey Stubblefield Bernice Stubbs Lisa Swartz Kathy Swickard Jeff Tabor Eric Talbert Franklin Tait Mike Taylor Tara Theobald Curtis Thomas Jackie Thomas Tricia Thoronton James Thornburg Mary Tietz Jeff Todd Virgina Tondevold Rachel Tucker Kathy Turosky Richie Tyrell Nancy Vice Sean Wade Tonja Wagner Darris Wakefield Charlotte Walker Vickie Walker Eddie Wallace Beth Walls Kimberly Walls Lakita Walters Morris Warner Kim Watson Leroy Watson Jeff Webb Crystal Wells Kim Wells Michelle Wells Mine! Mine! Mine! School spirit is for all ages classes 137Lisa Wheat Sharon Wheat Karen Wheeler Angela White Shannon White Tim Wilkins Gerald Williamson Leslie Wilson Mike Williams Rebecca Wilson Steve Whitlock Beth Wood Susan Wurtz Jo Laine Wyatt Billy Yancey Bobby Young Teresa Young Dennis Yount David Zanetti Jason Zebergs We’ve got the Studyhall Blues The other day . . . 138 classesClubs Editors: Lisa Gates Vicky Hathcock Cfuhs Rolling, rolling from Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa, Rolling from Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Rolling and shouting: Till, at last, it is Mississippi, The Father of Waters. — Stephen Vincent Benet, Ode to Walt Whitman clubs division 139 )« «••••{! ill IIINational Honor Society Elizabeth Frawley President Helen Onedera Vice-President Eileen Amaba Secretary Patricia Bartlett Treasurer Carla Albert Joe Baldwin Kris Beasley Caroline Anderson A Ted Archedeacon Angie Campbell Kelly Crum Kevin Carr Carla Church Paul Colston Teresa Cooper Teresa Dacus Yvette Davis Terri Dennis Marc Diaz Amy Jones Kim Juneau Carol Mabayan David Moore Annette Murphy 140 clubsDarren Preston Kristina Rice Jocelyn Rush Cindy Swihart Angie Sherrill Vickie Sledd David Turnage Teresa Turner Margo Roe Diana Sim Ben Tibbetts National Honor Society Junior Members Mr. Price NEW SENIORS Eva Karin Anderson Elizabeth Bowers Toni Como Linda Davidson Tim Hatcher Elaine Reynolds Lisa Wilder JUNIORS Greg Ballard Jane Barnes Scot Bearup Leslie Bradshaw Kathryn Broyles Candy Bueno Terry Carter Tracy Costa Linda Danley Tammy deMarigny Laura Dieckhaus Bill Duda Carol Fritz Suellen Gayden Shawn Gingrich Robert Grannis Becky Greer Kathy Guetterman Bobby Hagan Renee Haile Suzanne Hansgen Michelle Hardee David Harvey Rene Michelle Jager Donna Lynn Johnson Dawn Kennedy Lisa Kesler Frank Lee Sharon Leech Melissa Lewis Brian Moore Tim Morrison Lisa Perry Timothy Perry James Pike Stephine Poston Byron Preston David Price Paula Sartain Michelle Stephenson Mike Twigg Teresa Ward Alvania Weidetz Michele Weidetz Curtis Williams clubs 141The National Beta Club The National Beta Club is an honorary organization which recognizes students of scholastic merit. All member maintain a 90 average, have no grade lower than a “C” and have a satisfactory mark in citizenship. The Beta Cl participates in activities throughout the school year. All Beta Club members strive to promote leadership, citizens and scholarship. Mr. Creasy and Mrs. Moore are the sponsors for the 1983-84 Beta Club. Lynne Frawley Marc Diaz Kristina Rice Carla Albert Eileen Amaba President Vice-President Secretary John Amos Greg Ballard Scott Bearup Jane Barnes Nathan Bradley Kathryn Broyles Terry Carter Lisa Cooper Carol Fritz Carmen Gavrock Suellen Gayden Shawn Gngrich Kathy Guetterman Susan Hardee Michelle Jager Erika Ascuncion Amaba Cindy Amos Amy Suzette Ashenbramer Dayna Loy Ballard Cara Danette Barlar Linda Bowman Shelly Lynne Bradshaw John Brian Casson Gregory Lynn Childress Brenda Gail Chunn Desta Ann Church Carla Sue Crawford Nancy Tonya Curry Genn Derek Gunnels Sara Beth Hart John Henry Hawkins David James Hesford Patricia Ann Hivner Curtis Richard Keller Eleanor Lagmay Acosta Mona Gene Browning Cardis Valin Bueno Tracy Ann Costa Laura Dieckhaus Rebecca Lynn Greer Robert Martin Hagan Suzanne Michele Hansgen David Allen Harvey Eva Karin Anderson Ann Marie Artzer Pamela Lynne Carreker Lola Antoinette Como Linda Ann Davidson Yvette Davis Theresa Marie DeCosta Terri Jo Dennis Shelia Anne Dillard Katherine Elaine Emerick Juniors Dawn Kennedy Lisa Kesier Frank Lee Jennifer Logan Tammy deMarigny Brian Moore Tim Morrison Kathy Perry Lisa Perry, Treasurer Tim Perry James Pike Byron Preston David Price Denise Sartain Curtis Williams Sophomores Arthada Ann Martin David Frank McGary Amy Anita Miller Amy Jo Parham Lenita Kay Pendergrass Jeffrey Alan Phillips Howard Lamar Piner Elizabeth Jean Rather Annalette's Titayan Reynante David Christopher Robinson Marguerite Mary Scanlon Debra Ann Smith Wendy Smith Toni Dianne Speck Dena Rae Spencer Richard Leon Talada Jerri Dawn Thien Tanzania Vinson George Karl Werenskjold New Juniors Michael Dale Hood Jacqueline Lorraine Hudman Donna Lynn Johnson Donna R. Johnson John J. Leppert Melissa Ann Lewis Christine Marie Manley Eileen Marie Martin Teresa Ann Ward Seniors Leslie Michelle Ervin James Edward Hatcher Kelly Sue Purinton Carl Robert Quick Sheryl Robin Speck Coretha A Sullivan Teresa Michelle Turner Linda Jean Warner Richard Dean White Melissa Jane Williams New Seniors Ted Archdeacon Patricia Bartlett Kris Beasley Angie Campbell Kevin Carr Carla Church Kelly Crum Teresa Dacus Elizabeth Frawley Jarrod Harris 142 clubs» The National Beta Club Amy Jones Kim Juneau Helen Onedera Darren Preston Joyce Rush Angie Sherrill Diana Sim Vickie Sledd Jimmy Hivner Margo Roe Cindy Swihart Bernard Tibbetts Lisa Wilder Mrs. Moore Mr. Creasy clubs 143The Whiz Kids Show Their Stuff The Computer Club The Computer Club is open to all 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. Officer: Top: Kelly Crum. Sgt. at Arms; Lisa Wilder, President; Lynn Frawley. Treasurer; Mr. Crenshaw. Sponsor; Bottom: Jimmy Hivner, Vice-President and Kristina Rice. Secretary. Middle Right: SHOULD WE TRUST OUR FUTURE TO THESE FACES? £ 144 clubsPhysics Explores New Reactions Physics The Physics Club is open to all students taking physics. The club has many projects that they undertake — building bridges and selling raffle tickets. These all aid the students in their understanding of physics, and more important — life! Officers: Front: Kelly Puriton, Vice President; Helen Onedera. Vice President; Jimmy Dupree. President; Rick White. Treasurer; Mary Hazlett, Vice President. Back: Sean Donnelly, Treasurer; Kenny Davis. Vice President. Below: Students listen to instructor explain chemical reactions. clubs 145TAPS Puts Out Calendars TAPS Trojan Artists, Poets and Scholars is composed of students who maintain at least a “C” average and who are interested in the arts. The purpose of the club is to make students more aware of the cultural arts. They usher at plays and concerts around the Memphis area, and they also publish the Epic magazine. The sponsor is Mrs. Durham. Officers: Bottom: P. J. Miller, Treasurer; Mike Pope, Vice President (program director). Top: Leslie Ervin, Secretary; Sandie Fortune. Vice President (Internal Affairs); Shawn Bierdz, Vice President (Auxiliary Programs); Vickey Blythe, (President). 146 clubs Thespians Bow to Their Leaders Thespians Thespians is an international organization for students who are interested in any aspect of the theatre. We have many talented Thespians at Millington Central. The Thespians have a special initiation for their new members or “pledgees.” The pledgees go through a week of zany initiation, then become true Thespians when they recite the “Thespian’s Pledge” at the induction ceremony. It is a Thespian’s goal to promote the theatrical arts. Officers: Amy Jones, Treasurer; Carol Mabayan, Vice Preident; Tim Barnes, President; Jane Barnes, Secretary; Michelle Hardee. Historian; Julie Bunnell, Clerk. clubs 147Los Espanoles lo Hacen en Espanol Que Pasa? Much is happening if you’re in the Spanish Club: French-Spanish dinner, Christmas carols, and spicy, delicious dishes. To belong to the club one must be enrolled in a Spanish class. Mrs. Armour is the 1983-84 sponsor. Officers: Deanna Logan. Treasurer; Audra Freeman, President; Moe Eckel, Vice President; Cheryl Broughton, Secretary. Top: Students get refreshments at club meeting. Middle Right: Students prepare to eat. Middle Left: Club Officers. Bottom: Spanish Club. 148 clubsPetit Dejuenes Saiut HiiTK p French ° . culture. While promoU™ STST" ° 'h' French have fun going on field tnDs tn F V club memb« 90ing Christmas c Ztnl res,aura" s. language! ormie,ab c (fantastic) uwy'to enjoy aree v'« »-£ ». :s£±5sasS2 clubs 1 9Pep Club Helps Promote Trojan Spirit Officers: Sharon Leech, Vice President; Elaine Emerick, President; Tracy Perry, Secretary. Not pictured: Carol Deporter, Treasurer. Trojanettes: Standing: Tracey Perry, Sharon Leech, Brenda Miller, Rachel Kincaid, Dena Spencer. Sitting: Donna Johnson, Jennifer Finder, Vickey Blythe, Paula Crowder, Elaine Emerick, Amanda VanTassel. Not pictured: Missy Turrell. 150 clubsPep Club Shows Spirit Pep Club The Pep Club is open to anyone who wants to join. The purpose of the 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 club, Trojanettes, sell spirit ribbons before each football and basketball game. Top Left: Homecoming football game. Top Right: Members decorate for spirit parade. Middle Left: Members participate in spirit parade. Middle Right: Members decorate for spirit parade. Middle Left: Trojans show spirit. Bottom Left: Members show spirit at football game. Bottom right: Sponsor. Mrs. Purdy. clubs 151Mu Alpha Theta Works Toward Agenda Mu Alpha Theta Mu Alpha Theta is a national honorary math club consisting of those students who have taken two or more years of math and maintained a “B” average. Officers: Timmy Hatcher, President; Kim Juneau. Treasurer; Carla Church, Secretary; Kevin Carr, Vice President. Bottom: Students listen at club meeting. 152 clubsOctagon Learns to Serve Their Community and School Octagon 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 and plays an active role in the Youth Appreciation Day. Officers: Lisa Perry, President; Suellen Gayden, Secretary; Terri Dennis, Treasurer; Becky Greer, Vice President. Below; Students listen attentively during the meeting. clubs 153Maranatha Spreads the Word Maranatha Maranatha is a non-denominational organization devoted to spreading God’s message. The club’s purpose is to organize and promote on campus witnessing by the students. The members experience spiritual growth and develop fellowship among themselves and with other students. As all members believe, believing in God doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. Officers: James Vandergrit, Mrs. Clark, sponsor; Terry Perry, Shawn Gingerich, and Amy Jones. 154 clubsClose-Up Goes to Washington Close-Up On November 27, 1983, a group of eleven students — Toni Como, Elaine Emerick, Elizabeth Frawley, Jimmy Hivner, Chris Pyland, Kristina Rice, Pam Wray, Paula Crowder, John Leppert, Pam Lonier, Lori Olson — and Mr. Leonard — the sponsor — traveled to Washington D.C. and made a special trip to Jamestown, VA and Williamsburg, VA. In Washington, the students attended seminars and took a bus tour of historical monuments. Some of the sites that were visited were the Capitol, the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, and the John F. Kennedy Center of Performing Arts. On Tuesday, certain high schools were privileged to go to Williamsburg, VA, and Jamestown, VA, to study the sites of the first colonies. On Friday, the students took the subway to Georgetown and to some museums. By Saturday afternoon, all the students were at home trying to recuperate from an exhausting, six day trip. There were also ten students who helped with the fund raising projects: Lori Parham, Deanna Cleveland, Lisa Ervin, Erik Blankenbeckler, Cindy Gertschen, Lisa Kesler, Vicki Blythe, Brenda Miller, Barbara Marshall, and Teresa Moss. Top Left: Group shot of the Close-Up Club. Top Right: Close-Up members build pyramid. Middle Left. Kristina and Elizabeth pose for a picture in Williamsburg. Middle Right: Students scheme to raise money. Bottom: This is our Nation’s Capitol. clubs 155FHA Elects New Officers FHA The object of Future Homemakers of America is to help youth assume their roles of personal growth, family life, vocational preparation, and community involvement through Home Economics Education. Millington members raised over $600 for Hemophilia and visited the Covington Nursing Home. For fun, they had a Halloween Video-Land Lock In and gave a Christmas party. Both work and fun make this club a real success. Officers: Top: Robin Lamont, Reporter; Vicky Hathcock, Vice President; Rhonda Jordan, Historian. Bottom: Julie Klinkfus. Parliamentarian; Kelly Snyder, Recreational Director; Joyce Rush, President; Sandy Saylors, Secretary. Bottom: Students elect new officers. 156 clubsDECA Hears Speeches for Election DECA 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. Officers: Top: May Martinez, President; Beth Hale, Treasurer; Kenny Davis, Reporter. Bottom: Denise Hart, Parliamentarian; Sharon Leech, Secretary. Bottom: Students give speeches for election. clubs 157Cosmetology Learning the Trade Cosmetology is an outstanding vocational class in which one can learn the latest 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 hairstyles. Mrs. Dalyrymple is the sponsor. Top Left: Dawn gets a manicure from Rose. Top Right: Everyone watches while Lori cuts Amy's hair. Middle Left: Lori shows her techniques. Middle Right: Officer : Lori Lopez, President; Dawn Harris, Parliamentarian. Top: Kim Rogers, Secretary; Tina Montgomery, Reporter; Rose Marhevka, Treasurer; Loree Olson, Club Advisor. Not pictured: Cindy Barrom, Vice-President. Bottom: Group Shot 158 clubsTOEC Types Their Way Into Business TOEC 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. Officers: Kneeling: Sharon Leech, Treasurer; Patricia Bartlett, Secretary. Standing: Denise Hart, Parliamentarian; Jill Oliver, Vice President; Donna Stickley, President. The sponsor is Mrs. Tolbert. clubs 159VAM and VAB Show Their Cars VAM 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 useful skill. Officers: Tim Davenport, Secretary; Jimmy Wade, Treasurer; Mr. Nash. Sponsor; Steve Russell. President; Tim Sutorus, Vice President. VAB 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. Officers: Standing: John Porterfield, Vice President; Doyle Sanders, Treasurer; Jack Walker, President; Tim Miller, Representative. Sitting: Johnny Monasco and Rodney Weaver, Chaplains; Charles Johnson, Secretary; Chuck Page, Chaplain; not pictured. 160 clubsHero I Sews With Style Hero I 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. Officers: Mrs. Bacon, Sponsor. Front: Tabitha Scott, President; Lucretia Taylor, Vice President; Jeanette Harris, Reporter; Tia Johnson, Assistant Secretary Treasurer. Back: Bart Nichelson, Secretary-Treasurer; Emily Stewart, Parliamentarian; Pam Myers, Historian. clubs 161Hero II Takes Care of Children Hero II Hero II is a home economics related club that explores occupations in child care. The first year students work with children during the week in a day care situation; and second year students serve as aides for kindergarten teachers at the Millington Central Elementary School. Officers: Charlotte Underwood, President; Annette Harris, Vice-President; Dena Joyner, Secretary; Debbie Carreker, Treasurer. 162 clubsHero III Plans for Good Meals Hero 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. Officers: Ladrone Parks, President; Terrance Mason, Vice President; Lorraine Bell, Secretary. Bottom: Students discuss plans for making good meals. clubs 163FCA Promotes Christianity 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. Officers: P. J. Miller, President; Lisa Cooper, Secretary-Treasurer; Hank Hawkins, Vice President. FCA AIASA Leaders of Tomorrow AIASA is an organization which meets during club period. It is designed to develop the leadership and personal abilities of students as they relate to the industrial and technical world. They are involved in many outside projects throughout the year. Officers: Daniel Seut, Treasurer; Brian Moore, Vice President; Tommy Osbourne, Reporter; Cornell Edwards, Secretary. Not pictured; Mike Bender, President. 164 clubsRodeo Rides ’em High Rodeo The Rodeo Club is for people who thrill to the adventure of horse riding and roping. Although it is not considered a true sport, it requires much skill, endurance, and a good grip. The club participates in the Christmas Parade and all sorts of rodeo competitions. Officers: Standing: Darryl Henderson, Sgt. at Arms; Tuesday Weis, Secretary; Linda Matheson, Treasurer, Mickey Spears, Sgt. at Arms. Kneeling: George Lyell, Vice President; Chad Kelly, President. clubs 165Jobs for High School Graduates Artists in Action Off to Work Jobs for high school graduates is an organization for students who are not planning to go straight into the working world after school. The students involved are serious about jobs and try hard to get them. The members meet during study hall and discuss job interviews and other things necessary to attain a job. Officers: Michele Bowles, Coordinator for Civic Affairs; Kenny Arthur. President; Wes Lockhart. Coordinator or L.D., Mr. Kaczynski, Sponsor; Secretary: Jill Oliver; Coordinator for Career Preparation: Cindy Ritter; Coordinator for Social Affairs, Johnna Miller. Picture Perfect Artists in Action is the Advanced Art class which consists of only those students who are invited by the teacher to be members. Left to right: Don Sawyer, Dwayne Lewis, Denise Barton, Pam Edmiston, Miss Norwood, Gary Hanna, P. J. Miller. Not pictured: Elaine Emerick. 166 clubsM-Club Receives Their Letters RAP M-Club Rap Talks clubs 167 Things Over RAP is composed of students who discuss the issues which concern student body of Millington Central High School. The students meet during club period. Mr. Owen is their sponsor. The M-Club is a group of students who have received varsity letters. This club only recognizes the students’ achievements; they do not hold meetings regularly.Colour by Number Fashion Club This year’s fashion Show was called “Colour By Numbers.’’ The show was held on February 12, 1984. During the Fashion Show the top 10 male and female models modeled various designs from local clothing stores. Also a selection of dance routines was performed by the models with the aid of mannequins. Top Right: Fashion Board: Bart Nichelson, Joyce Rush, P. J. Miller, Chairman; Tabitha Scott, Leslie Ervin, Mrs. Chambers, Sponsor. Not pictured: Eileen Amaba. Middle Left: Mannequins: Front row: Liz Schmall, Rachael Kincaid, Denise Hart, Lourie Kuykendall, Kim Street, Lisa Swartz, Wendy Bearup. Middle Right: Fashion Show tryouts. Bottom: Top Ten Male and Female Models: Front row: Jarvis Houston, Lairy Vinson, Rocky Jordan, Matthew Hardaway, Bobby Johnson, Bart Nichelson, P. J. Miller. Tim Hatcher, Kenny Davis, Duane Scott. Back row: Elizabeth Frawley, Lynn Frawley, Kim Hardee, Joyce Rush, Eileen Amaba, Teresa Cooper, LaDrone Parks, Tabita Scott, and Alisha Bellora. 168 clubsSports Editors: Elaine Emerick P. J. Miller Gerthie Wilson HAWS Sports If it’s your Mississippi in dry time, If it’s your, Uncle Sam, when it’s wet, If it’s your Mississippi in fly time. In flood time it’s your Mississippi yet. — Douglas Malloch, Uncle Sam’s River sports division 169Eileen Amaba 1, 2, 3, Captain 4 Jannet Walker 1, 2.3,4 Toni Speck 1, 2 Teresa Cooper 1, 2, 3,4 Michelle Vinson 2.3 Tanza Vinson 1, 2 Jane Barnes 1, 2, 3 Wendy Smith 1, 2 Paula McVoy 1,2 Donna Stickley 1, 2. 3,4 Cindy Gertschen 1.2,3 170 sportsVarsity Cheerleaders The 1983-1984 Varsity Cheerleaders were selected in the spring. They attended a NCA camp at UT MARTIN and were selected 1st runner-up out of 50 squads. The cheerleaders gave great support to both the Varsity Basketball and Football teams. Top: Cheerleaders show spirit. Upper Left: “We are the best!” Upper Right: Christmas Tree Pyramid. Lower Left: Sports Awards and Ribbons. Lower Center: Donna. Eileen and Jannet decorate for the parade. Lower Right: Mrs. Gipson, sponsor. Bottom: Varsity at practice. sports 171JV Cheerleaders The JV Cheerleaders attended camp at U-T Martin and were awarded several ribbons. They competed at Memphis State to evaluate their progress. Erika Amaba Cindy Brown Carla Crawford Mrs. Kincaid Monica Carson Sonya Fortune Michelle Hill Laurie Kuyendall JV Cheerleaders ride in spirit parade. JV Cheerleaders decorate truck. JV Cheerleaders build the close door . . . Angel Mooney Allyson Morton Kelly Pierce Sandy Saylors Sandy Warner 172 sports Freshman Cheerleaders The Freshman Cheerleaders worked hard during the summer months going to camp and raising funds to buy new uniforms. At camp, the squad earned several blue ribbons and was chosen as a finalist in the cheerleading competition. The MCHS freshmen should be proud of their squad. Bottom Left: Group shot. Bottom Right: Mrs. Downs, sponsor. Before After Amy Barrom Alesha Bellora Kris Brady Cassandra Burnett Laurie Goodlett Lori Green Donna Johnson sports 173Varsity Football Team The Statistics of the Season The 1983-84 Varsity Football Team was led by Jim Goate and assistant coaches, Norman Sluder and George Gibson. The Trojans totaled 2,703 yards for the season, beating their foes by 536 yards. They also led their opponents in first downs (122-96), in rushing yardage (1,971-1,512), and in passing yardage (732-655). Their season record was (3-7) and their district record was (1-4). This season was a memorable one for the Trojans. At the beginning of the season, Lars Marninge, a foreign exchange student, was added to the squad, as a kicker. Trent Middleton was named fourth in the state in scoring. The leading rusher for the Trojans was Barry Williams, who was only 135 yards short from the 1,000 yard mark. Barry Williams and James Walker were both awarded Honorable Mentions (second team) by the Commercial Appeal. Leading the defense in tackles was Tim Sutorus. Other outstanding players were Jimmy Dupree, Chris Fears, Sean Joslin, Bakaal Williams, Matthew Hardaway, Cliff Johnson, and Tommy Campbell. We are very proud of the Trojans this year and hope their potential rises with each coming season. Top Right: Head coach, Jim Goate. Top Left: Assistant coach, George Gibson. Middle Right: First row: Managers — Maurice Jones, Hank Hawkins. Back row: Kelly Ward, Marcel Jones, and Elizabeth Frawley. Middle Left: Assistant coach, Norman Sluder. Bottom: First row: T. Cook, M. Lawson, L. Marninge, B. Brooks, F. Johnson, D. Greenburg, F. Lee, J. Boucher, M. Hardaway, Z. Green, V. Castilo, M. Lewis. Second row: B. Williams, P. Miller, S. Joslin, J. Dupree, T. Middleton, L. Moore, C. Shilling, J. Campbell, J. Dupree, T. Cox, B. Williams. Third row: D. Richardson, G. Gunnels, A. Wright, M. Spears, T. Sutorus, M. Bowers, T. Campbell, C. Fears, M. Manning, T. Perry, D. Sanders, T. Sumner. Fourth row: D. Robinson, V. Charles, K. Coehlo, C. Burress, P. Thornton, J. Walker, J. Largue, C. Johnson, J. Peete, K. Campbell, W. Hasberry, N. Bradley. Back row: P. Beasley. 174 sportsMILLINGTON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Football Team 198384 Name Tom Cook Tim Alexander Lars Maminger Bryant Brooks Fred Johnson Darren Greenburg Frank Lee John Boucher Matthew Hardaway Mark Branch Zachary Green Victor Castilo Bakaal Williams P. J. Miller Sean Joslin Jimmy Dupree Trent Middleton Cornell Edwards Lewis Moore Mike Hayes Cliff Shilling Jimmy Campbell Jason Dupree Barry Williams Dan Richardson Glenn Gunnells Anthony Wright Mickey Spears Tim Sutorus Mike Bowers Tommy Campbell Chris Fears Mark Mannir Tim Perrv Doy Sanders Tim Sumner Mark Ward David Ropinson James Walker Mike Cox I Victor Charles Position RB-OLB Q DB KICKER E-DB Q DB PUNTER QB-DB E-DB E-S RB-DfT RB-OLB RB-DB RB-OLB E-DB RB-OLB E-DB RB-OLB RB-DB C-DE G-DT C-DE T-DT G-LB T-DT C-DE Chris Burress Paul Thornton Jimmy Larque Cliff Johnson Troy Gacek Joe Peete Ken Campbell William Hasberry Nathan Bradley Phil Beasley No. 3 6 7 10 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 21 24 25 26 27 28 29 32 34 37 39 41 70 72 73 74 79 80 81 ‘ 83 84 85 86 87 Nickname T rojans Colors Black and Gold Head Coach Jim Goate Assistant Coaches Managers Water Girls George Gibson, Norman Sluder Hank Hawkins, Andy Jones, Mitch Lawson, Larry Stephens, and Maurice Jones Elizabeth Frawley and Kelly Ward sports 175The 1983 Varsity Lars Marninge, Kicker John Boucher, E-DB Bakaal Williams, RB-DT Trent Middleton. RB-OLB Joe Peete, E-OLB Tim Sutorus, GLB P. J. Miller, RB-OLB Sean Joslin, RB-OLB Jimmy Dupree, QB-DB 176 sportsSenior Lettermen Mike Bowers T-DT Chris Fears G-LB Doyle Sanders T-DT James Walker G-DT Kimo Coelho T-DT Cliff Johnson E-S William Hasberry E-OLB Elizabeth Frawley Water Girl Kelly Ward Water Girl sports 177Coach Hendricks signals the Trojan defense. An overall look at the Trojan game. Dupree drops back for the screen to right end, Hardaway. Moore leaps for the complete pass. The brothers Johnson A suave kick 178 sportsCoach Goate sends Hasberry in with a new play. Trojan defense closes in on the CBHS offense. Trojan Crunch! Dupree tucks the ball for a run. A thought for the next play. Trojans break for water. sports 179Freshman Football Team ■' r OEfA Team Fights Steadily The 1983 Freshman Football team under the leadership of Coach Hendricks and Coach Bruen had an off season. This could be accredited to their exceedingly tough schedule against such teams as Bartlett, and always strong Germantown. The Freshman Football team had a close game at Briarcrrst where they lost by a mere six points. They also put up a good fight against Munford but were beaten when Munford managed to put together a 50 yd. touchdown drive. Although the team did go 0 and 6, there are some bright spots for the future. Everyone showed some potential and there were at least four outstanding players. These four were Lawrence Cox, a tailback; Rudy Forester, a receiver; Robbie DeMarigny, a quarterback; and Jim Hulley, an all-purpose back. With players such as these, we can expect an excellent JV and Varsity team next year. Bottom row: Coach Hendricks, David Gross, Todd Atrian, Daryl Moss, Sean Wade, Robbie Demarigny, Roger Tagarlla, Larry Moats, Mark Delph, Frank Tait, Steve Witlock. Middle row: Mike Joyner, Danny Johnson, Stanley Branch, Shay Hayes, Steve Elkins, James Jones, Joe Hawkins, Mike Sherill, Mark Bready, Jim Evens. Top row: Capt. Bruen, Larry Cox, Gerald Hebert, Dennis Moy, Richard Lind, Jim Hully, Tommy Roelke, Doug Moore, Rudy Forester, Paul Robertson, Chris Cooper. Right: Coach Hendricks. Middle: Freshman team in a game. 180 sportsTop Left: Trojans drive for touchdown. Top Right: Trojans stop a 3rd down conversion. Middle Left: Trojans go to celebrate. Middle Right: Trojans put down an opposing player. Bottom Left: Trojans break through the line. sports 181Varsity Basketball The A Team Steals the Show We have reason to be proud of our Boys’ Basketball team. This year’s team has worked hard to achieve high goals. Coach Sluder stressed the points of conditioning, hustle, defense, and teamwork. Standing: Coach Sluder, J. Pike, V. Diggs, C. Turner, D. Greenburg, M. Hardaway, J. Campbell, R. Wilson. Kneeling: R. Jones, A. Jones, K. Phillips, B. Williams. T. Thompson, A. McDaniel. Not pictured: Michael Claiborn. Middle Left: V. Diggs shoots for two while M. Claiborn sets to rebound. Middle Right: Varsity Managers: James Stroud, Andy Jones, Reesy Jones, Allen McDaniel. Bottom Right: Varsity Trojans. 182 sportsf Senior Lettermen sports 183Top Left: Vernon shoots for two. Top Right: Jimmy goes up for a sure shoot. Middle Left: Greenburg! Greenburg! Greenburg! Top Middle: Matthew Hardaway kicks for a goal. Middle Right: Trojans go for the ball. Bottom Middle: Jimmy sets up the play. Bottom Left: ‘‘Hey Freddy!" Bottom Right: Reaching for the stars. 184 sportsJr. Varsity Basketball Traffic Jammers Every member of the Jr. Varsity Basketball team, including the coaches, took on their full responsibilities on and off the court in order to make the team work successfully. Each player gained much experience so he could be used in the future Varsity program. Top Left: M. Warner brings the ball down the court. Middle Left: L. Moore shoots for two. Middle Right: L. Moore and R. Wilson trap the ball. Bottom: Standing: Coach Sluder. L. Moore, D. Scott, M. Bland, M. Warner, R. Wilson, M. Branch, J. Giedon, and Fredd Johnson. sports 185Lady Trojans Basketball We are proud to honour the Lady Trojans. Each day they work very hard in practices. Seniors, Gerthie Wilson and Barbara Taylor, and junior, Stephanie Poston, have quickness, speed and passing ability which were the Lady Trojans’ strong points. All three were excellent defensive performers at guard and forward positions. Help came from Kim Ransom, Kathy Guetterman and Mikki Robertson at the post positions. Top: Standing: Stephanie Poston, Kathy Guet-terman, Toni Burnett, and Shannon Purtle. Kneeling: Bonnie Smith, Gerthie Wilson, Lisa Wilder, and Barbara Taylor. Not pictured: Veronica Carson, Kim Ransom, Mikki Robertson. Middle Left: Coach Norwood. Middle: Managers. Sports: Yvette Watson, Tressy Hill, and Marva Risby. Middle Right: Head 186 manager Cynthia Brooks. Bottom Middle: Mikki Robertson shoots a file shoot. Bottom Right: Gerthie Wilson shoots two. Senior Lettermen Rebuilding Top: Senior Letterman: Barbara Taylor, Lisa Wilder. Gerthie Wilson. Middle Left: Jump! Barbara Jump! Center: Lisa goes for the rebound. Right: Gerthie makes a lay up. Bottom Left: Get that ball! Right: Mikki steals the ball. sports 187Top Left: Lady Trojans fight to win. Top Right: Kim dribbles the ball down the court. Middle Left: Stephanie goes for a lay-up. Middle Center: Cathy shoots for two. Middle Right: Pass that ball. Bottom Left: Rebound. Bottom Right: Kim takes the ball. 188 sportsTop Left: Lisa Wilder makes the lay up. Top Center: Gerthie Wilson shoots two. Top Right: Barbara Taylor catches the ball on a fast break. Middle Left: Mikki Robertson attacks the scene. Center: Kim Ransom blocks her girl out, while teammate Stephanie Poston grabs the ball. Middle Right: Gerthie Wilson hits two while drawing the foul. Bottom Left: Barbara Taylor goes after the ball. Bottom Middle: Lisa Wilder grabs the rebound, while teammate Kathy Guetterman watches. sports 189Freshman Boys’ Basketball Fresh on the Court The 1983-84 Boys’ Freshman Basketball team ended their season with a record of 2 and 9. The Trojan team was led by Robbie deMarigny, Bobby Ward and Lawrerence Cox, the team’s most outstanding players. Top: Standing: Carl Smith, Bobby Ward, Alan Turner, Patrick Stocking, David Zanetti, Mike Pace, Mike Joyner, Ronnie Griggs. Kneeling: Lawerence Cox, Danny Johnson, Trent Philips, Robbie deMarigny, Ronny Alan, Andy McDaniel. Middle Left: Coach Goate. Middle Right: Robbie hustles down court. Bottom: Trojans battle for jump ball. 190 sportsFreshman Girls’ Basketball The 1983-84 freshman basketball team finished the season with a 3-6 record. The offense was led by Vanessa Crutcher and Tamera Isreal, the top scorers. Help from the outside forward position came from Shannon White, Cathy Turosky, and Lycil Moon. In the inside game Michelle Coleman and Laura Johnson helped with rebounds and defense. Standing: Cheryl Jordon, Vanessa Crutcher, Laura Johnson, Tamera Isreal, Michelle Coleman, Shannon White. Kneeling: Kim Watson, Manager; Lycil Moon, Cathy Turosky, Jo Lamie Wyatt, Casey Sadlon, Manager. Top Left: Vanessa Crutcher shoots for the goal. Middle Left: Miss Norwood, Coach. Middle Right: Vanessa jumps for the ball, while Tamera Isreal gets ready to intercept. Bottom: sports 191Wrestlers Wrestling J Undefeated Once Again The 1983-84 wrestling season closely resembles the winning season of last year The Trojans were undefeated in dual matches and are once again the holders of the Trojan Classic title They also placed second at the Raleigh Egypt Invitational and fourth at the Bishop Byrne Tournament. All of this was accomplished with hard work and many weeks of practice. At the Trojan Classic, James Walker received the Best Wrestler award At the Districts, Curt Harper received the Best Match award in his victory over Anthony Moretta from CBHS And at Regions, Kimo Cohelo won the Best Match trophy in his victory over Anthony Helm of Raleigh Egypt. Curt Harper is the 105 pound state champion. James Walker is third in the 185 pound weight class. The team finished fourth overall in the state Top: Standing: Manager — Kelly Ward, Mike Williams. Ruddy Foster. Fernand Acosta, TJ Tracy. Manager Hank Hawkins. Coach Hendencks Kneeling: Danny Hatchel. Tito Cook. Jimmy Dupree. Richard Gagne, Robert Grannis, Mike Cox. Chris Fears. Joe Hawkins, Phil Logan Sitting: Jimmy Hivner, Curt Harper. Dan Taylor. Paul Kenny. Skip Creech. Joel Qngery. John Hoxie, Frank Lee, Cornell Edwards, Troy Gacek, James Walker, and Kimo Coelho. Top Center Left: Trojan wrestler close to a pin. Top Center Right: Coach Hendricks. Lower Center Left: Joel working hard for a win. Lower Center Middle: John uses his strength. Lower Center Right: John close to a win for the Trojans. Bottom Left: James works for a victory at Raleigh Egypt tournament. Bottom Right: Referee watches John and opponent closely. 192 sportsTop: "Say uncle’ says Paul Kenny. Upper Left: Daddy’s little girl. Upper Middle: Take him down, Kimo! Upper Right: John roughly handles an opponent. Middle Left: Roll ’em over and pin ’em James. Middle Right: Joel gets a hold. Lower Left: “Make that pin, let’s go let’s win,” Jimmy. Lower Middle: "P I N We want a pin,” Paul. Lower Right: "Ki-MO, Ki MO. Ki-MO.” sports 193Wrestling Cheerleaders The 1984 Wrestling Cheerleaders helped promote spirit at the wrestling matches. The squad was composed of twelve very spirited girls. Many hours were put into learning cheers and routines. Top: Standing: Carmen Gavrock, Debbie Hissong, Blake Brown, Robin Aubert, Lisa Kesler, Viki Blythe, Cheryl Broughton. Kneeling: Lettie Pember, Amy Rogers, Ladrone Parks. Sitting: Samantha Savage, Tami Bowers. Middle Left: Sponsor, Mrs. Arnold. Middle Center: Blake and Cheryl give support to the team. Middle Right: Samantha and Amy watch match. Bottom Left: Wrestling cheerleaders pose for a group shot. Bottom Right: Lettie and Viki show their spirit. 194 sportsTennis . . . It’s a Tough Racquet Tennis Team Wins Matches The Tennis Team, led by Captain Bruen, is expecting an even better season than last year’s. All the players improved by the end of the year, but Laura Dieckhaus was by far the most improved. The most outstanding player was Teresa Hultz. The team also got an Outstanding transfer student, Rickie White. Top Left: Can of official high school tennis balls. Top Middle: Coach Bruen. Top Right: Jane Brasel. Middle: Laura Dieckhaus. Bottom Left: Team Shot. Top to bottom. Rick White. Erika Amaba. Greg Childress, Teresa Hultz, Laura Dieckhaus. Debbie Hultz, Crystal Adams. Matt Stalmier. Sandy Fortune. Jeff Stanley. Mike Joyner. Demeitrius Bradford, Paul Robertson. Not pictured: Scot Bearup, Jaci Aiken, Jane Brasel. sports 195Varsity Volleyball The 1983 Lady Trojan Varsity Volleyball team had a great season. This year Teresa Hultz was chosen as capt. and Kelly Ward co-capt. Teresa Hultz and Sonja Neville received certificates of honor in District 16. The Lady Trojans ended their successful season with a record of 12 and 9. Top: L to R: Ms. Taylor. K. Ward, V. Aiken, L. Frawley, K. Guetterman, T. Hultz, S. Purtle, K. Capuson (manager). Bottom row: E. Reynolds. S. Neville, L. Browder, S. Poston, L. Dieckhaus, D. Hultz. Not pictured: Cynthia Brooks and Patience Eckhart, Managers. 196 sportsJuniors Varsity Volleyball The 1983-84 Volleyball team had a great season. Each player showed promise, while, following in the same footsteps as the Varsity Volleyball team. Top: Standing: Mrs. Taylor (coach), S. Branch, V. Ward. J. Thien, R. Aubert, A. Murray, B. Miller. C. Allen. Kneeling: T. deMarigny, A. Marcy, D. Curry, L. Reeder, L. Woodworth, J. Burnett, and F. Thomas. Middle Left: J. Aiken serves the ball. Middle: E. Reynolds catches the ball. Middle Right: S. Purtle hits the ball. Bottom: J. Aiken sets the ball. Bottom Middle: S. Neville goes and gets the ball. sports 197Freshman Volleyball 83-84 The twelve girls pictured below make up the Freshman Volleyball team. They ended their season with a record of 5 and 4. This was accomplished by extremely hard practices and excellent coaching from Mrs. Becky Taylor. Top Right: J. Aiken sets the ball. Middle Right: A. Moore gets set to spike the ball. Middle Left: Mrs. Taylor, Coach. Standing: T. Quinlin, S. Creech. L. Johnson, S. Mclntire, T. Young, A. Moore, Ms. Becky Taylor (coach). Kneeling: T. Payne, K W.,:„ c Reynolds, J. Aiken, A. Miller, and A. J. Owen. 198 sportsGolf Team This year’s golf team was directed by Coach Billings and Coach Taylor. The boys’ golf team had a record of nine wins and six losses. They beat Kirby, Briarcrest, ECS twice, Ripley twice, and Covington three times. They lost to Germantown twice, MUS, Kirby, Briarcrest, and CBHS. Our two leading golfers were Kevin Carr and Marc Diaz. For the fifteen matches, Kevin’s stroke average was 73.3 and Marc’s was 75.0 per match. The team won second place in the district tournament and won fourth place in the regional tournament. Chris Turner and David Hesford also made many outstanding contributions to the team. Patricia Bartlett has been the only girl golfer for two years. As a junior and as a senior, she represented Millington at the State Golf Tournament at Henry Horton State Park. She had the fourth lowest score in the girls’ division at Regional Competition. Top: Coach Billings. Middle: David Hesford, Chris Turner, Kevin Carr, Marc Diaz. Bottom Left: David Hesford, Kevin Carr, Chris Turner, Marc Diaz, Patricia Bartlett. Bottom Right: Coach Taylor. sports 199The Cross Country team had a rebuilding year with only one returning starter, Dan Taylor. Yet they excelled and Coach Gibson was quite pleased with the team. Coach Gibson plans to have a very competitive season next year. (1) From left to right: Paul Kenny. Dan Taylor. John Hudson, Randy Chunn, John Leppert. and Jon Sanders. (2) Coach Gibson. (3) Trojans warm up before meet. (4) Trojans at meet with Harding. Briarcrest, Kirby, and Skyview. (5) John Hudson finishes race. Boys Cross Country 200 sportsGirls’ Cross Country The 1983-84 Trojan girls’ cross country team accomplished some great goals despite being plagued with injuries. Pam Loiner finished 8th in the Region with a time of 21 minutes and 30 seconds. Tina Miller also ran well with a time of 24 minutes and 53 seconds. The team ran their best times in the Region at Jackson State. Eveyrone worked hard this year to make MCHS proud of them. Top Left: Team Shot: Pam Lonier, Toni Como. Not pictured: Angie Sherrill, Tina Miller. Middle Left: Barbie Harrless finishes race. Middle Center: Pam Lonier runs on to victory. Middle Right: Mrs. Price, Coach. Bottom Left: Millington, Harding, and Briarcrest prepare to start race. Bottom Right: Mrs. Price directs her crew. sports 201Boys’ Track Despite inclement weather, injuries, and inexperience, the 1983 boys’ track team managed a very successful season. Returning is senior, Bakaal Williams, who placed fifth in the Regionals in shot competition. Also returning is pole vaulter Mike Hayes. Senior lettermen, Jarrold Harris, Cliff Johnson, and Trent Middleton are expected to anchor the sprint relays. Coach Gibson is hopeful that his young team will maintain a high level of excellence to carry on the Trojan Tradition. Top: Coach Gibson. Left: Jarrod Harris. Middle: Richard Pennington. Right: Joe Hart. Bottom: Returning Lettermen: Top: William Hasberry, Jimmy Dupree, Jimmy — Campbell, Joe Hart, Trent Middleton. Middle: Bakaal Williams. Cliff Johnson, Cornell Edwards, Brian Moore, James Walker. Bottom: Jarrod Harris, Maurice Douglas, Jarvis Houston, Pat Douglas, P. J. Miller, Skip Creech. ’V 202 sportsGirls’ Track Running for the Gold The 1983 girls track season was extremely short. The girls were limited to only three weeks of competition before the Regionals. Nevertheless, they won four meets and lost one. They also placed third in the Trojan Invitational. Most of the team were freshmen; they have a great deal of potential for the future. Two outstanding runners for the season were Pam Lonier and Kris Beasley. Pam set a school record time of 12:11 in the two mile run, a new event. At the regional competition, Pam placed fifth in the two mile run and sixth in the mile. Kris set a record for a new event, the 330 hurdles. She also placed third in the high-jump at the Regional competition with a jump of 5'2". Way to go Trojans Top: Coach Price. Middle Left: Kris Beasley clears the bar. Middle Right: A. Moody, M. Scanlon, V. Taylor, J. Medearis, F. Griggs, K. Beasley. J. Rush, K. Gutterman, L. Reeder, A. Sherrill. Bottom Left: Cynthia Brooks puts power behind her throw. Bottom Right: Jackie Bennett stretches before the meet. sports 203The Varsity Baseball team began its 1983-84 season under a new coach, Ricky Hearn. The team is looking forward to a new start and a successful year. Top, 1-r: Jimmy Largue, Kenny Arthur. Marc Diaz. Sean Joslin, Chris Turner, Tim Davenport. Dwayne Lewis. Bottom, 1-r: Scott Bell. Jimmy Wade, Allen McDaniel, Marcel Jones, Tommy Fortner. Rusty Wilkins. Center Left: Coach Hearn. Center: Chris Turner at bat. Center Right: Tommy throws to second base. Bottom Left: “He’s safe.” Bottom Right: Tim pitches a fast ball. Varsity Baseball 204 sportsSoftball The 1984 Version of the Lady Trojan softball team will play a rigid 20 game schedule plus the three day Germantown Invitational Tournament. The team will be led by veterans Kristina Rice, Sharon Purtle, Barbara Taylor, and Stephine Poston. Back row: Brooke Jones, Brenda Chunn, Shannon Purtle. Front row: Kristina Rice, Stephine Poston. Middle Left: Coach, Mr. Leonard. Middle Center: Concentrating in the dugout. Middle Right: Shannon at bat. Bottom Left: "It’s mine.” Bottom Center: Stephine winds up for the pitch. Bottom Right: “She’s safe.” sports 205Pacesetters Seniors Lead the Pack Vicki Allen Volleyball Eileen Amaba V. Cheerleader Patricia Bartlett Golf Kris Beasley V. Cheerleader Scott Bell Baseball Vincent Bland Baseball Toni Como Track Teresa Cooper V. Cheerleader Terri Dennis Band Marc Diaz Golf Vernon Diggs Basketball Tim Davenport Baseball Audra Freeman Band Joe Gingery Wrestling Jarrold Harris Track Allen McDaniel Baseball Trent Middleton Track P. J. Miller Track Donna Stickley V. Cheerleader Barbara Taylor Basketball Karen Thompson Band Kim Hardee Track Jimmy Hivner Wrestling Tressy Hill Manager Sonya Neville Volleyball Chuck Page Band Ladrone Parks Track Chris Turner Jimmy Wade James Walker Basketball Baseball Wrestling 206 sportsPacesetters Jane Brasel Tennis Cynthia Brooks Track Vickey Blythe Wrestling Angie Campbell Band Kevin Carr Golf Kimo Coehlo Wrestling Patrick Douglas Track Jimmy Dupree Wrestling Cindy Farmer Band Chris Fears Wrestling Tommy Fortner Lynne Frawley Baseball Volleyball John Hoxie Wrestling Teresa Hultz Volleyball Cliff Johnson Track Brooke Jones Softball Andre Louis Track Mike Manning Band Kristina Rice Softball Mary Roelke Majorette Joyce Rush Track Angie Sherrill Track Kim Reed Blaine Reynolds Softball Volleyball Jannet Walker Kelly Ward Linda Warner Lisa Wilder Bakaal Williams Gerthie Wilson V. Cheerleader Volleyball Majorette Basketball Track Basketball sports 207Top: “I’ll tumble 4 ya.” Upper Left: Shannon returns the ball to the mound. Upper Center: Jimmy concentrates on the game. Upper Right: Trojans prepare for a strong defense. Middle Left: “I’ve got a hold on you.” Middle Right: “Oh my gosh, here it comes!” Bottom Left: Tim hits a home run. Middle Bottom: See Jane hit the ball. Bottom Right: Michelle passes the ball to a fan. 208 sportsReflections Section Editor: Tim Hatcher Teresa Hult2 ig Wheels Keep on turnin’ ud Mary keep on burnin’ llin’ - Rollin’ - Rollin’ the River” — Creedence Clearwater Revival reflections division 209A year in review — the trends, the fads, the political events, the wars, the advancement of the computer generation, and much more . . . Join us as we review the year with pictures. Top Right: Lyn Davis, the look of the twenties. Below: Jill and Beth run toward the sidelines. Middle Left: A yell for the Trojans! Middle Right: A dance to remember. Bottom: Students catch up on gossip as the Thespians sell refreshments. 210 reflections♦ Top Left: 1984 by George Orwell. Top Right: A strategic game of chess. Middle Left: Na Naaa Na Naaa . . . Middle Right: A collection of events. Bottom Left: School books. Bottom Right: Elaine Culver works with a very technical typewriter. reflections 211licmeccming “The Roaring Twenties” was the theme of Homecoming this year. The activities began with the Powderpuff game played on Tuesday, September 27. Wednesday was dress up day; all students were encouraged to dress as if they were in the 20’s. Thursday was the deadline for buying Spirit Chain links; each link was twenty five cents. The Spirit Parade was held Thursday night, September 29; the Pep Club had the winning float. Friday was Black and Gold day. A pep rally was held Friday morning and the winners of the Spirit Chain, the senior class students, were awarded the Spirit Stick. The festivities began Friday night at seven-thirty with the presentation of the Homecoming Court and ended with the dance which began at nine-thirty. Upper Right: Trojans in action. Middle: Kevin and Sheryl at Homecoming. Middle Right: We have spirit. Lower Left: “The Festive Four.” Lower Right: Watch out for the birds! Bottom Right: Assembly arouses spirit. 212 reflectionsPowderpuff: A Senior Victory This year the Seniors proved themselves athletically superior by beating the Juniors 49-0. Both teams showed talent and good sportsmanship which resulted in a great Powderpuff game. During half time, Kelly Crum was crowned the 1983-84 Powderpuff king. Top: The Senior team. Middle Left: Joyce Rush runs for a touchdown. Middle Right: The Junior team. Lower Left: Seniors play hard defense. Lower Right: Watch out because we are bad. Bottom Left: Barbara Taylor runs for the touchdown. Bottom Middle: Mrs. Smith makes sure there is fair play. Bottom Right: Defense and offense prepare for a collision. reflections 213214 reflectionsreflections 215The Pastimes ef The pastimes of Millington Central High School range from the unique to the ever popular. As our artist, Elaine Emerick, concentrates on the subject before her, her associates of the Arts, Tim Barnes, representing theater and Joetta Haliburton, representing Chorus, portray their entertaining interest. Next, we have our sports-minded students. Take Rusty Wilkins and Jimmy Wade, for instance, with their baseball bat in hand. Kathy Geut-terman gets ready to serve her interest in Volleyball as Jarrod Harris shows off his hard work in track with his letterman’s jacket. Kimo Coehlo and Jane Barnes would both like to aid their team down the field, but Lynne Frawley would like to protect her goal. Shanon Purtle would love to catch every wild pitch the pitcher might throw, and Vernon Diggs would like to see all his shots swish through the net. Patricia Bartlett putts around the green as Erika Amaba makes wild dashes to the net trying to reach a short ball. Meanwhile, Annette Murphy ponders her next military maneuver as Kelly Crum prepares for his next big kill. While Raymond Lombardo is trying to figure out what he has for homework, David Harvey is mentally coordinating his next fashion extravaganza. Certainly, the pastimes of Millington Central High School were fun and very memorable. 216reflections 217Favorite Album 1. Thriller 2. Flashdance 3. Rush 2112 4. Alabama 5. Frontiers Favorite Sport 1. Football 2. Baseball 3. Basketball 4. Tennis 5. Swimming Favorite Restaurant 1. McDonald’s 2. Pizza Hut 3. Taco Bell 4. Red Lobster 5. Hasting’s Place fgb niavut s L L Favorite Song 1. Total Eclipse of the Heart 2. Rock of Ages 3. Open Arms 4. Beat It 5. Pyromania Favorite Food 1. Pizza 2. Hamburger 3. Tacos 4. Steak 5. French Fries 218 reflections„ » l liLiLVlit Favorite Group 1. Journey 2. Def Leppard 3. Quiet Riot 4. Alabama 5. Van Halen Favorite Car 1. Camaro 2. Corvette 3. Ford 4-wheel drive 4. Z28 5. Porsche Favorite Actress 1. Joan Collins 2. Linda Evans 3. Jane Kennedy 4. Bo Derek 5. Stephanie Powers Favorite Actor 1. Tom Selleck 2. Burt Reynolds 3. Richard Pryor 4. Robert Redford 5. Eddie Murphy reflections 219Snow Fest Winter Festival was held on Friday 13, 1984. For the first time in many years, the girls did not play. We hosted Christian Brothers High School this year and were defeated by a narrow margin in the last few seconds of the game. Cynthia Brooks was crowned this year’s Winter Festival Queen. Once again, the dance was not held because of lack of participation from the student body. Top: The Winter Festival court and their escorts. Middle Left: Jump ball for the J.V. Morris Warner. Middle Right: Who did it? Bottom Left: The J.V. cheerleaders cheer their team on. Bottom Middle: Vernon looks for the good play. Bottom Right: . . . Please let us win! (Toni) CORNER 220 reflectionsCommunity Day The Millington Community Day was a complete success for all involved. There was much participation ranging from the many sponsors to those who just wanted to partake in the festivites. Many activities were scheduled such as a walk-a-thon and the crowning of the Community Day Queen and King. Top: Community Day King, Kenny Davis. Community Day Queen, Mary Roelke. The Fire prevention Representatives. Middle Left: Miss Millington 2nd Runner Up, Teresa Cooper. Miss Millington 1st Runner Up, Amanda VanTassell. Miss Millington, Eileen Amaba. Middle Right: The Community Day Parade. Below Left: Uh, Oh! Below Middle: DECA fundraising at Community Day. Below Right: The Arts and Crafts of Community Day. reflections 221Upper Left: Look Mom, a loose tooth. Upper Right: Hey! This way. Middle Left: Kathy goes for the spike. Middle Right: The big moment finally arrives. Bottom Left: A quick look at Death Row. Bottom Right: Help! Charlie Horse! 222 reflectionsG. W. Curtis, Lotus eating; Hudson and Rhine.224 adsThe Plaza Millington, Tennessee 872-2251 JOEC. MATTHEWS INSURANCE WAL-MART DISCOUNT CITY Plenty of Free Parking Open 1-6 P.M. Sunday Open 9 A.M. Till 9 P.M. Daily Visa and Master Card Accepted 8209 Hwy. 51 N. Millington, Tennessee 872-7737PEOPLES STATE BANK 8008 Hwy. 51 N. Millington, Tennessee 872-3338 872-1301 Economical Checking Accounts Savings Accounts Time Deposits Low Cost Loans Money Orders and Services Safe Deposit Boxes All Modern Banking 226 ads Students people who someday will fill big shoes! That's why we appreciate you and are Interested In your activities. A primary emphaaii in our new coverage is on education and atudent actlvitlea-yonr awards, honor rolls, sports, plays, special programs, etc. You'll be leaders someday, and people want to know about you now. They can In The Star. 7 he cMillington Star 510? Easley P.O. Box 305 Mill. 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We will continue to support public relations activities in the area. And plain old good, personal service is still our foundation, no matter what type of business we arc called upon to perform. You can count on us. We're the veterans. IILLINGTON TELEPHONE CO.,INC. 880 Navy Road Millington, TN 872-3311 V.S."Babe" Howard, Pres. Gen. Mgr. 228 adsSHELTON HARRISON CHEVROLET CREEKMORE’S BIG STAR Hwy. 51 N. and Navy Rd. Millington, Tennessee Ph.:(901)872-3302 The Plaza Millington, Tennessee 872-0118 210 Jackson Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee ST. JOSEPH OPTICAL INC. Artificial Eyes Fitted Phone:527-3781 Carl Chambers Carla Fann Ron Chambers Sonny ChambersMASSEY’S FOREIGN AUTO PARTS 77IORalcigh Millington Road Millington, Tennessee 872-2217 Complete I inc of Used foreign Auto Parts 4 Bud'mVase FLOWERS FOR I ALL OCCASIONS 7903 C STREET ' Phone MILLINGTON TN 380S3 872-8191 BUD ’N VASE COLE LUMBER COMPANY, INC. 8052 Hwy. 51 Millington, Tennessee 872-1496 A Complete Line of Building Materials 872-8354 872-OI34 Sales — Rentals Insurance Homes Warranted I Full Year 5429 Navy Road • Millington, Tenn 38053 MLS masi ta JET-WAY REALTY AND INS. TENNESSEE BANK AND TRUST Salutes the 198 -84 Senior Class on their outstanding accompltshmci during this school year. May Your Future Be Bright and Successful "Your Community Bank Cares About You" Member FDIC 7696 Highway 51 872-4545 ads 231Take Your Cleaning Troubles to the People Who Care W 5135 Kasley StreeU Millington, Tennessee Owners: Bob and Donna Percer Phone:872-3113 MILLINGTON LAUNDRY CARDINAL INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 7905 Church Street Millington, Tennessee 872-8504 872-3939 FRED’S DISCOUNT STORE SAIG REALTY 7911 “C” Street Millington, Tennessee 872-0079 Where You Can Always Find a Bargain Open Monday — Saturday 7807 Church Street Millington, Tennessee Complete Real Estate ServiceNORVELL’S MILLINGTON BODY WORKS 4659 Shelby Road Millington, Tennessee 872-0609 Fast, Courteous, and Quality Work Owner: W. R. Norvcll RCA Video Disc Rentals and Sales Western Licensed Union Pawnbroker Service SPECTRUM PHOTO, INC. Supplies, Sales, Service and Repairs (Professional Photography Service) (Owner) 4659 Navy Rd. James Roebuck Millington. TN 38053 901-872-7741 ads 233SHONEY’S 7954 Highway 51 N. Millington, Tennessee 872-4595 Area Code 901-525-0264 LUCKY ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC. New — Used and Surplus Electrical Equipment L. B. Stephenson 325 E. Calhoun 345-0114 Memphis, Tenn. 38101 GEORGE’S HOME AND AUTO 7866 Hwy 51 N. Millington, TN 872-0125 Automotive Parts, Supplies, Accessories, Foreign Car Parts, Mufflers, Exhaust Systems 234 adsWe use Al yul STUDIO, INC. 1660 UNION AVENUE • MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE 38104 • PHONE 274-1732 A TRADITION OF QUALITY AND SERVICE jj FOR YEARS Your School Photographer ads 235SERVICE MASTER DRIFTWOOD 5038 Easley St. Millington, Tennessee FLORIST Millington Square 872-3381 8035 Highway 51 North Professional Building Maintenance Carpet Cleaning Odor Removal Disaster Restoration (Fire and Water) 872-4488 CATO Millington Square Millington, Tennessee 872-7894 Phone: 872-4160 FITZPATRICK = HARRIS JEWELERS Diamonds = Watches = Jewelry — Watch Repair Plaza Shopping Center Millington, Tenn. BUILDING MATERIALS OUTLET 8323 Hwy. 51 N Millington, Tennessee (901) 872-3211 Auto Repairs American and Foreign Cars All Work 100% Guaranteed BILL SOUTH MOTORS INC. 7713 Highway 51 North Phone:872-1885 872-7755 236 adsSOUTHERN MEAT CO. 8050 Hwy. 51 N Millington, Tennessee 872-4264 'peed p vwt Sdfifcfy, Inc. 4667 Shelby Rd. • Millington. TN 38053 • (901) 872-1558 Owner Manager J Thos. Wellford III Eddie Carter '■ HODGES MILLINGTON GULF It's Like Finding Money Dealing With BUD TILLMAN MILLINGTON MOTORS PAWNBROKERS 5273 Navy Road Millington, Tennessee 872-8176 Home of Affordable Cars JETWAY MARKET 5425 Navy Road Millington. Tennessee 872-3923 ads 237 Guns Ammunition Reloading Supplies IMAGE MASTERS PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES Weddings, Millington, Tennessee Plaza Shopping Center Church Street Leon Talada 872-2922 872-1349 Color and Portraits, Black and White Parties, Classes Reunions, Sports, Photographs Video Photography, Copied or Etc. Restored 238 ads SKIP’S BAIT TACKLE SHOP Br a 8368 Hwy. 51 N. Millington, Tennessee Owner: Skip Sunderland Fishing Tackle License Live Bait "World champions wear Balfour rings... so will the class of 1984. Ed Copeland • Nicky Drake • Virgil Melohn Jimmy Underwood • Henry Flowers • George Copeland Ben Allen • Doug Kearney • Kevin Connor • Greg Williams CAMPUS SUPPLY COMPANY Box 83 Box 17355 Jackson, MS 39205 Memphis, TN 38117 V(601) 3543)200 (901) 522-1 Rings by Balfour j s GROCERY AND FEED 7658 Woodstock — Cuba Road Millington. Tennessee 876-5556 Lee and Connie Plunk Owners WESTVIEW NURSERY LANDSCAPING 5164 Hwy. 51 North Memphis, Tennessee 38127 358-6798 YORK ARMS f X ,J It It's Sporting Goods We Have It” 2 Convenient Locations 4627 Summer Avc. 683-2401 Whitehaven Plaza 397-4497 ads 239 All Type Repairs Major and Minor 15 Years Experience ROY’S FOREIGN CAR SERVICE Your All Service Foreign Car Shop 4772 Navy Rd. Millington, TN 38053 Roy Sawyer Phone:872-1888 Owner 240 ads© Sutoru ’ Sa on 6357 navy ROAD JOE SUTORUS - Owner MILLINGTON, TN 38053 Phone 872-6344 Save Where Savings Pay” TRI- COUNTY FEDERAL 8146 Hwy. 51 N Millington, Tennessee 872-2751 “Your Home Loan Headquarters” KEDAKTS SUBWAY FAST FREE DELIVERY ON BASE MILLINGTON Phone 872-8735 Day Phone Night Phone 872-3384 872-3384 MILLINGTON'S TEXACO STATION 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE - EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS 7837 HWY 51 N - MILLINGTON, TENN 38053 BILL MILLINGTON Custom Real Estate Built Sales Homes ESTATE LIKE THE ONE YOU OWN JACK TICKLE Jack Tickle and Co. Office: 872-8146 Real Estate and Insurance Res.: 829-3401 Quality Work Competitive Wc" 4k ALPHA Quality Parts % OMEGA J L MUFFLER 7656 Hwy. 51 N., Millington, TN 872-2276 ads 241Congratulations Class of '84 Main Offices: Branch Offices 6th and FStreet N.A.S. 4710 Navy Road Millington, Tcnn. 38054 Millington, Tenn. 38053 4730 Yale Road Memphis, Tcnn. 38128 The Plaza Millington 242 adsOpen 8343 Rosemary 2 Miles North of Raleigh Springs On Austin Peay Hwy. Hanging Baskets Bedding Plants Garden Plants Poinsettias Easter Lilies Shrubs and Trees All Types of Supplies Fruit Trees Come and Browse 829-4933 EL TORO TACO MEXICAN FOOD 7943 “C” Street Millington, Tennessee 872-8226 4958 Navy Road Millington, Tennessee 872-3423 Precision Haircutting and Styling for Mcn-Women-Children No Appointment Necessary Hours Tucs.-Fri.: 8 am- 6:30 pm Sat.: 8 am-6 pm ads 243Congratulations to Class of ’84 MILLINGTON AUTO PARTS 7995 Hwy. 51 N. Millington, Tennessee “Complete Machine Shop Service” FRANK RYBURN FORD 4701 Navy Road Millington, Tennessee 872-8181 “Plain Folks, Fair Deals” Congratulations Class of ’84 DR. P. W. REED Optometrist 4770 Easley Avenue Millington, TN 872-4814 Office Hours by Appointment CAREY’S BODY SHOP 7850 Hwy. 51 Millington, Tennessee (901)872-4002 244 adsTHE MCHS PEP CLUB Elaine Emerick — President Sharon Leech — Vice President Tracey Perry — Secretary Carol DePoorter — Treasurer Trojanettes Jill Abernathy Eileen Amaba Erin Atteberry Kris Beasley Lorraine Bell Debbie Carreker Paul Colston Toni Como Sheila Dillard Pam Edmiston Leslie Ervin Tracey Fender Teresa Hultz Bruce Johnson Amy Jones Kathleen Knevitt Barbara Marshall Lisa McBride Loni Martinez Mary Martinez Theresa Moss Sonja Neville Ladrone Parks Robbie Peete Chris Pyland Elaine Reynolds Mary Rhoads Sherry Sherrill Sandy Star Donna Stickley M. M. Spears Sheryl Speck Linda Warner Patricia Bartlett P. J. Miller Theresa Cooper Trade Anderson Robin Aubert Julie Baker Blake Brown Julie Bunnell Tiffany Cannon Elaine Emerick Amanda VanTassell Paula Crowder Jennifer Finder Donna Johnson Missy Turrell Vanessa Christopher Eric Cook Tracy Costa Elaine Culver Linda Danley Christie Deckard Carol DePoorter Moe Eckel Leslie Ervin Beverly Ferrell Pam Floyd Carol Fritz Cindy Gertschen Becky Greer Julie Klinkefus Pam Lonier Eileen Martin Jennifer Medeoris Ann Melton Doris Middleton Lori Millington Karen Moore Loree Olson Carolyn Nellson Lori Parham Dena Pine Sharon Royal Denise Sartain Naomi Sisk Michelle Stephenson Michelle Vinson Theresa Ward Sandy Warner Alvania Weidetz Michelle Weidetz Pamela Wray Crystal Adams Cindy Amos Toni Barnett Shelly Bradshaw Tami Bowers Tammy Christopher Members Carla Crawford Lyn Davis Tina DeCosta Carolyn Hannah Beverly Jerry Deanne Logan Karen Lorency Debbie MacSaveny Andi Marcy Linda Matheson Tina McKnight Paula McVoy Laura O’Rear Andrea Nierad April Melton Amy Miller Angel Moody Cheryl Morrison Mike Panned Tawana Parham Lisa Pittman Lisa Pruitt Missy Reed Anna Reynante Marva Risby Rachel Rodriguez Amy Rogers Cathy Schroeder Crystal Sherrill Tonja Smith Wendy Smith Sandy Saylors Toni Speck Sylvia Sullivan Richie Talada LaTonya Tate Vikie Taylor Jerri Thien Felecia Thomas Janet Turner Tanza Vinson Larry Vinson Sharon Leech Brenda Miller Tracey Perry Dena Spencer Rachel Kincaid Vicki Blythe Chandra Watson Melinda Wildman Lisa Woodward Liza Woodworth Tonja Wagner Jaci Aiken Mary Jo Artzer Cindy Bailey Amy Barrom Pam Bartlett Kelly Barton Donna Bearden Wendy Bearup Alesha Bellora Jenni Biller Chris Bowers Kris Brady Cheryl Broughton Cathy Burress Mary Ann Caldwell Michelle Caldwell Shannel Creech Jeff Culhum Janet Davidson Vicky Edge Willa Sue Emery Julia Ervin Rhonda Essary Nicole Forsythe Cheryl Grannis Lori Green Annette Hagsten Kathy Harper Sonya Jallmark Melanie Jackson Belinda Johnson Donna Johnson Bobby Johnson Laura Johnson Anna Jones Bama Jones Mary Francis Joyner Jamie Kidwell Paula Klepper Kelly Kopp Valorie Lee Mary Life Kathleen Mandapat Jean Mason Christy McManus Kathy Morrison Tanya Naccarata Teresa Nehles Kim Noble A.J. Owens Letti Penber Steve Penrod Cherly Peterson Debbie Pool Cindy Reynolds Paul Roe Teresa Roebuck Karen Ross Casey Sadlon Samantha Savage Michelle Stewart Kim Street Stacy Stubblefield Lisa Swartz Tricia Thornton Robert Setzer Yvette Sherman Curtis Sigler Missy Sledd Georgia Smith Rachel Tucker Tonya Wayner Shannon White Susan Wurtz Shawn Gingrich Cindy Gertschen Erika Amaba David McKee Susan Jones7666 Hwy. 51 N. Millington, Tennessee Bus.: 872-4000 Res.: 872-5176 Randy Brown — Agent Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm is There TURNER DAIRY PRODUCTS Milk and Ice Cream Convenient Service Dial: 388-MILK ‘•Full Service Call” MAXWELL HARDWARE 246 adsMILLINGTON HOMES Supports the Trojans and the Entire Community RICHARD’S FURNITURE COMPANY Congratulations Graduates 5008 Navy Rd. Millington, Tennessee 872-3036 Discount Sales Rentals u FIRST TENNESSEE BANK N.A. FIRST 5052 Navy Road TENNESSEE Millington, TN 38053 BANK Phone 901-872-3356 “We’re number one in Tennessee.”  zA i[[Lricjton OCoxUt £r XE.E.nh OUi£ (d tLioc.Uj tStwia. - (Potted (PCanti Ouneved (jdcUgru - edhtificlaC 2 tUgm Wtddin i . (ffifti • aid cm eSu j dLa 24 Hour Wrecker Service Complete Line of Tires, Batteries and Accessories ROLAND’S AMOCO 4990 Navy Raod 872-8473 Millington, TN 38053 872-4415 Congratulations Class of ’84 DR. JOHN F. SADLER AND STAFF Orthodontist 7799 Church St. Millington, Tennessee Phone —872-8151 Memphis Phone — 682-2240 248 adsQUALITY III ll ii' JLUICt ■£r Jerry M. Logan Owner LOGAN’S RADIATOR AND AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE 5016 Navy Rd. Phone Millington, TN 38053 872-4821 VINYL ROOF CONVERTIBLE TOPS VAN CONVERSIONS CUSTOM INTERIORS COMPLETE AUTO UPHOLSTERY QUALITY UPHOLSTERY 4700 NAVY RD MILLINGTON TN 380S3 OWNER LARRY GRAY 872-1697 ERNIE’S PIZZA 7664 Hwy. 51 North Millington, Tennessee 872-6882 Jl W pur wmrumiu 3000 Fite Road Post Office Box 28883 Memphis, Tennessee 38128-0883 Phone: 353-9880 $ DISCOUNTS MUFFLERS AND TRANSMISSIONS Joe W. MattheCj— Owner Complete Best Prices Auto 4782 Navy Road m Repairs Millington, Tennessee Millington 872-7890 v Open 8-5 Mon. Thru Sat. ads 249In Memory of Tim Martinez WITH TIM in MIND Please don’t mourn for me when I’m gone Because the memories will linger on Please don’t cry over my physical remains For my spirit has passed the plains Please don’t sigh and say “MY God, he’s dead” I’m in your heart, I’m in your soul, I’m in your head Please don’t walk away with eyes filled with tears Walk away as yourself and do be sincere Go on with your daily jobs and think of me when you can And when I see you again, we’ll be as one, walking in heaven hand-in-hand. The 1984 Senior Class dedicates this page to the memory of Tim Martinez. 250 adsGood Luck Love Today and Always 7 Lars Marminge and Julie Bunnell Love, MOM AND DAD Lars 7 Will Miss You When You Return to Sweden It Has Been a Good Year Love, JULIE, MOM AND DAD Congratulations Tommy Fortner From the CRAWFORD FAMILY (Especially CARLA) Cindy, Elizabeth, Kristina, Sheryl and Lynne, Best Wishes Thank you guys for being the best friends a Teresa Hultz person could ever have. From Best of luck always in GRANDMA AND the years to come! GRANDPOP LINDA WARNER Thanks to all my friends — Linda, Lynne, Elizabeth, Sheryl, and Eileen for helping me through the past four years. A special thanks to Tracy Parish for being there when I needed him. I’ll love you forever! Love, KRISTINA PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Rox Gaydcn Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dieckhaus Mrs. Joy Bomar Mr. and Mrs. D. Warner Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Rice Congratulations Kenny Davis We are proud of you! Love, You, MOM AND DAD 252 adsThank you, Mrs. Burk, for turning all our tomorrows into yesterdays that we can cherish forever! Amy Pam Elizabeth Tracey Eric Kristina Lisa G. Joe Cindy Beth Julie Linda Vicky Suellen Sheryl Teresa Donna Tim H. Carol Lisa K. Elaine P.J. Brian Vickie Sandi Tim M. Terri Jannet Jennifer Eileen Gerthie Laura ads 253Atfeberry. Jay 82 Afteberry. Lort 119 Aubert. Robin 109, 194 B Begley. Gail 109 Badey. Cindy 129 Bam. Stephan 82 Baker. Alan 119 Baker. Daniel 82 Baker. Ernest 82 Baker. Gina 129 Baker. Harro!d5l. 109 Baker. Julie 109 Baker. Richard 119 Baldwin. Joesph 66. 82. 140 Baldwin. Kristie 129 Ball. Rhonda 129 Ballard. Dayna 119 Ballard, Felecia 129 Ballard. Gina 119 Ballard. Greg 109. 141 Index BaUou. Paul 129 Banks. Shawn 119 Banks. Valeric 119 Barter. Danette 119 Barnes. Jane 109, 141. 147, 170, 216 Barnes. Tun 20. 21. 74. 77. 147. 216. 255. 259 Barnett. Linda 82 Barnett. Toni 119. 186 Barrie. Rick 119 Barrom, Amy 129. 173 Barrom, Cindy 75. 82.213 Barron. Dwayne 119 Bartlett. Pam 129 Bartlett. Patricia 36. 51.68. 71.80. 83. 140. 142. 159. 199. 206. 216 Barton. Denise 109. 166. 223 Barton. Kelly 129 Barton. Marsha 119 Barton. Mike 129 Barton. Revel 129 Batson. Tamera 35 Baty. Shaska 129 Bean. Albert 119 Bear don. Donna 129 Bearuf. Scot 109. 141 Bearup. Wendy 129. 168 Beansley. Kris 48. 49. 52. 58. 79. 83. 140. 142. 170. 203. 206 Beasley, Phil 109 Beavers. Bill 129 Beck. Kathy 129 Beckham. Ross 109 Beld. Geneine 129 Bell. Karen 129 Bell. Lorame 83. 163 Bell. Scott 83. 204. 206 Bell. Terry 119 Be lora. Allesha 129. 168. 173 Bender. Mike 76. 109. 164 Beneftel, Frank 38. 119 Bennett. Barbara 109 Benson. Fred 119 Bernett. Stacy 129 Berry. Denise 119 Berryhill. Lisa 129 Best. Lynn 109 Betso, Tamera 119 Betton. Tara 109 Bierdz. Shawn 45. 83. 146 Biggs. Tom 119 Biller. Jenni 129 Bishop. Kenny 83 Bland. Lisa 129 Bland. Mark 185 Bland. Vincent 83 Blankenbeckler, Eric 29. 83 Blankenbeckler. Scott 109 Blaylock. Bobby 109 Bledsoe. Kendall 83 Bledsoe. David 119 Block. Dwayne 129 Blythe. Robert 129 Blythe. Vikl 29. 32. 77. 83. 146. 150. 151. 194. 206. 207 Bolgeo. Tommy 129 Bomprettmi, Chris 129 Bondno. Mindy 129 Boswell. Tammy 109 Boucher. John 83. 176 Bounds. Vincent 109 Bourrie. Tammy 118. 119 Bowden. Mance 119 Bowers. Chris 129 Bowers. Denise 25.83 Bowers. Michael 39. 75. 84. 141, 177 Bowers. Tami 119. 194 Bowles. Michele 80. 84. 166 Bowles. Zipporah 84 Bowman. Linda 51,119. 258. 259 Boyd. Soma 84 Boyd. Stephanie 119 Bradford. Bernadette 119 Bradford. C. J 75. 84 Bradford. Demetruis 119. 195 Bradley. Angela 109 Bradley. Diane 109 Bradley. Nathan 109 Bradshaw. Leslie 109. 141 Bradshaw. Shelly 119 Brady. James 84 Brady. Knstle 129. 173 Brady. Mmce 119 Brady. Paula 129 Branch. Mark 119, 185 Branch. Stanley 129. 180 Branch. Stephanie 119 Brandy. Daniel 129 Brasel. Jane 84. 207. 208. 258 Brasmgton, Timothy 129 Braswell. Anthony 129 Bratton. Wendy 129 Bready. Mack 129. 180 Breth. Ltesa 119 Bright. Mike 119 Brtmingham. Minyon 84 Broadway. Leroy 84 Brooks. Angela 129 Brooks. Bryant 109. 174 Brooks. Cynthia 20. 46. 47. 50. 66. 84. 186, 196.207.213. 220 Brooks. Ronald 109 Broughton. Cheryl 148, 194 Browder. Laura 109. 176 Brown. Blake 109. 194 Brown. Bobby 129 Brown. Ondy 109, 172 Brown. Danny 119 Brown. Larry 35. 128. 129 Brown. Mary Ann 129 Brown. Paul 129 Brown. Sonya 84 Brown. Steve 109 Browning. Kenneth 119 Browning. Mona 109 Browning. Terry 84 Broyles. Kathryn 109. 141 Bruner, Sandi 85 Bryant, Lloyd 85 Bryant. Shannon 129 Bueno. Candy 141 Bunnell. Julie 20. 29. 32. 76. 109. 147, 149 Burnett. Cassandra 129. 173 Burnett. Joyce 119 Buress, Chris 109 Burress. Cathy 130 Burress. John 109 Burton. Mark 119 Busby. John 119 Bussell. Stephanie 130 Butler. Paul 130 C Caldwell. Mary 130 Caldwell. Michelle 130 Calder. Lori 85 Calhoun. Darren 109 Campbell. Angie 25. 76.85. 140. 142. 207 Campbell. Debra 109. 213 Campbell. Jim 35. 85. 182. 202 Campbell. Ken 109 Campbell. Tommy 119. 174 Cannon. Mike 119 Cannon. Tiffany 109 Capuson. Karen 119. 1% Carpenter. Denise 130 Caroll. David 119 Carr. Kevin 47.68. 70. 79.85. 122. 140. 142, 152. 199. 207. 220 Carreker. Debbie 85 Carreker. Pam 85 Carson. Mornca 119. 172 Carson. Shelly 109 Carson. Veronica 109 Carter. Allen 109 Carter. Chris 109 Carter. Karen 120 Carter. Lisa 120 Carter. Morns 74. 85 Carter. Terry 35. 50. 109. 117, 141 Casson. Brian 20. 52. 120 Castilo. Joe 130 Castdo. Victor 120 Cates. A J 120 Caviness. Regina 130 Chadwick. Brian 85 Chafln. Jimmy 85 Chambers. Patty 20. 21.36. 52. 120 Chambess. Rick 85 Charles. Ray 86 Charles. Victor 109 Cherry, Tarquenta 86 Chester. Ray 20.21. 120 Childress. Amy 120 Childress. Greg 120. 195 Christopher. Greg 130 Christopher. Tammy 120 Christopher. Vanessa 109 Chunn. Brenda 120. 205 Chunn. Randy 130 Church. Carla 51. 72. 79. 86. 140. 142.152 Church. Desta 20. 21. 120. 258. 259 Claiboume, Michelle 109 Cleavess. Calvin 130 Cleaver. Jim 109 Geek. Freddie 86 Geveland, DeAnna 110 Clifton. Thomas 25. 86 Cloer. Brett 120 Cobbs. Delons 110 Cockran, Melanie 110 Coelho. Kimo 66. 74. 86. 172. 192. 193. 207.216 Coggins. Teresa 130 Cole. Robert 86 Cole. Tom 110 Coleman, Leslie 86 Coleman. Michelle 135. 191 Collver. Bryan 120 Collver, Jeff 86 Colston. Paul 86. 140 Como. Toni 20. 21. 52. 68.86. 141. 155.201.206 Connatter, Kenneth 110 Cook. Eric 110 Cook. Tammy 86 Cook. Tito 120.192 Cook. Tom 110 Cooper. Chris 130. 180 Cooper, Denise 87 Cooper. Lawerence 87 Cooper. Lisa 36. 110, 164 Cooper. Teresa 36, 45. 52. 64.65. 66. 79.87. 140. 142. 168. 170, 206. 220. 221 Copeland. Alan 120 Copeland. Tammy 110 Corssey, Terry 120 Costa, Tracy 110, 141 Cox. Lawrence 130. 180, 190 Cox. Mike 130. 192 Cox. Shelia 130 Cox. Tony 120 Crawford. Carla 120.172. 220 Creech. Shannel 130. 198 Creech. Skip 110. 192. 202 Creel, David 120 Crisel, Bobby 130 Crtsei. Donna 110 Cropper. Michelle 120 Cross, Jerry 130 Crowder. Paula 20. 52. 110. 150. 151. 155 Crum. Kelly 36. 45. 51. 52. 64. 65. 68.77, 79. 87. 140. 142. 144. 213.216 Crutcher. Vanessa 130. 191 Cudlum. Jeff 130 Cullum. Larry 110 CuDum. Ronnie 130 Culver. Elaine 30. 31.32. 110. 211 Curan. Kim 120 Curhn. Trey 110 Curry, Donna 120 Curry. Rodney 80. 87 CurTy, Tonya 120 D Dabu. Melda 120 Dacus. Sherry 120 Dacus. Teresa 87. 140. 142 Dacus. Tern 130 Dandridge, Tyrone 130 Danley. Linda 110. 141 Davenport. Karla 130 Davenport. Mark 87. 160. 204, 206. 208 Davey. Eddie 130 Davidson, Janet 130 Davidson. Linda 87. 141 Davis. Bryant 110 Davis. Danielle 130 Davis. Damta 130 Davis. Kenny 30. 32.66. 76.87. 145. 157. 168. 221 Davis, Lyn 120. 210 Davis. Melissa 87 Davis. Missy 130 Davis. Ricky 110 Davis. Scott 120 Davis. Yvette 87. 140 Dawson. Charles 110 Dawson. Judy 87 Deck. Alan 120 Deckard, Christie 110 Decklad. Lisa 120 DeCosta. Teresa 88 DeCosta. Tina 120 Delth. Mark 130. 180 Dclvca. Caroline 130 DeMartgny, Robbie 36. 45. 130. 180.190 DeMartgny, Tammy 110. 141, 213 Dennis. Terri 25. 29.66. 88. 140. 153,206 Denny. Brenda 120 DePorter. Carol 110, 150 DePorter, Daryl 130, 150 Devitt. Jimmy 45. 120 Dial. Marc 47.68. 72. 79.88. 140. 142,199. 204, 206. 220 Dickens. Mary 88 Dickenson, Rhonda 130 Diekhaus. Laura 29. 110.141. 195. 1% Diffee. Lane 130 Diggs, Pam 120 Dtggs. Vernon 70, 88. 182,183, 206.216.220 Dillard. Darrell 130 Dillard. Shelia 30. 88 Dillard. Sonna 130 Dingman, Jonathan 130 Dobbs. Bill 88 Donahay. Robert 120 Donan, Sandra 120 Donnelly. James 88. 145 Dooley. Michelle 130 Doty. Gtdget 130 Douglas. Maurice 71. 80. 88. 202 Douglas. Patrick 80.88. 202. 207 Doyan. Lisa 130 254 indexDuda. Bill 110, 141 Dugger, Jlna 35, 131 Dupree. Charlotte 110 Dupree, Jason 120 Dupree, Jimmy 68. 70. 77. 88, 145, 174, 176, 192, 202.207.208 Durham. David 88 E Eckel. Moe 110,148. 258 Eckhart, Patience 110, 196 Edens. Chris 120 Edge. Dewy 120 Edge. Vicki 131 Edmiston. Pam 29. 32. 66. 89. 140. 166 Edwards. Cornell 110. 164. 192. 202 Eiland. Debbie 120 Elkins. Steve 131. 180 EOerbrook. Kathy 121 Ellis. Rachel 131 Ellis. Regina 121 Embrey. Wayne 131 Emertck. Elaine 20. 29. 32. 66. 77. 89.150.151.155.216 Emery. Wllla Sue 131 Ervin. Leslie 32. 35. 66. 76. 89. 151. 168 Ervin. Melissa 110 Ervin. Sam 131 Ervin. Wesley 131 Erving. Julia 131 Essary. Rhonda 131 Eubanks. Stephanie 121 Evans. Jim 131, 180 Ewing. Dwayne 131 Exum, Beechum 131 Exum, Dana 131 F Farmer. Cynthia 89, 207 Farmer. Robin 131 Fears. Chris 89. 172. 174. 192. 207 Fender. Tracey 29. 89 Ferrell. Beverly 110 Ferrell. Lucky 110 Finder. Jennifer 29. 110. 150 Fitzgerald. Jerri 131 Fitzgerald. Richard 131 Fleming. Stephanie 89 Fletcher. Bob 110 Fletcher. Mike 121 Fletty, Dena 110 Fletty, Kerri 131 Flowers. Jackie 110 Rowers. Mike 121 Royd. Lisa 121 Floyd, Lynn 131 Floyd. Pam 35. 110 Forbes. Mark 121 Ford, Pam 110 Forster. Rudy 131,180. 192 Forsythe. Nicole 131 Foster. Pam 131 Fortner. Tommy 89. 204, 207 Fortune. Sandy 47. 118, 121. 146. 195. 220 Fortune, Sonya 36. 121, 171. 220 Frawley. Elizabeth 20. 21. 28. 29. 32.68.76. 79.89. 140. 142. 155.172. 174. 196.213. 260. 168 Frawley, Lynne 20. 21. 66. 76, 79. 80.89. 140. 142. 144, 168. 207. 213,216 Frazier. Lisa 131 Frazier. Sandra 131 Freeman. Audra 50. 66. 74. 77. 89. 140. 148.206 Freeman. Robert 131 Freeman. Robin 25. 131 Friend, Kathy 110 Fritz. Carol 110. 141 Fry, James 121 t Funderburk. Mark 89 Fuselier. Denise 110 G Gabor. Matthew 90 Gacek.Troy 110.192 Gagne. Richard 121.192 Gant. Melba 131 Garmoe. David 111 Garner. Matthew 131 Garner. Tyrone 121 Garrett. Daryl 111 Garrett. Tehronda 90 Garvin. Becky 90 Gates. Lisa 29. 90. 142 Gatlin. James 90 Gavrock. Carmen 111, 194 Gayden. Suelien 29. 50. 111. 141. 153 Gelbin. Robert 131 Gertschen. Cindy 36. 45. 108, 111, 171 Gertschen. Todd 35. 36. 45. 47. 128.131.220 Gbbs. Teresa 121 Gbson. Dan 131 Gbson, Jodi 131 Gbson. Norris 131 Gbson. Robert 90 Gtden, John 185 Gllivan, Andy 131 Gingery. Joel 45. 90. 192. 193. 206 Gngrich. Shawn 30. 31.32. 35. 36. 50. 108. 111. 141.154 Geare. Dianne 90 Gover. Kenneth 131 Glover. Wendy 111 Goodie It, Cammie 121 Goodlett. Laurie 131, 173 Goodiett. Sheri 90 Goodwin. Michele 90 Goodwin. Shela 131 Graham. Andrea 131 Gannls. Cheryl 131 Grannis. Robert 111, 141, 192 Gray. Robert 90 Green. Lori 131, 173 Green. Zachary 121 Greenhall. Bobbie 111 Geer. Becky 111. 141. 152 Greenburg, Darren 121. 182. 184 Griggs. Rodney 190 Goss. David 131.180 Gross. David 132 Grubb. Tony 45. 121 Guetterman. Kathy 111. 141. 189. 186. 196. 203.216. 222 Gulley. Sherry 90 Gurley. Steve 121 Guriy. Chris 121 Guy. Leiand 132 H Hagan. Bobby 111. 141 Hagsten, Annette 132 Hagsten. Susanne 111 Haile. Renee 35,111,141 Halle. Robby 132 Hale. Beth 50. 111.157 Hale. Carl 111 Hall. Dan 132 HaU. Michelle 111 Hall. Sam 111 Halliburton. Joetta 216 Halliburton, Sandra 132 Hallmark. Sonya 132 Hallock. Heidi 132 Hamilton. Tina 111 Hammond. Billy 132 Hampton. Jerry 91 Hampton. Jimmy 132 Hampton, Patrick 132 Hance. Karen 111 Hance. Pam 132 Hance. Thomas 121 Hancock. JoAnn 111 Hanna. Gary 20. 91. 166 Hannah. Carolyn 121 Hannah. Ted 111 Hansgen. Suzanne 141 Harazim. Michelle 121 Hardaway. Matt 111, 168. 174, 182. 184 Hardee. Kim 91. 168.206.213 Hardee. Michelle 20.111.141. 147 Harford. David 121 Harkness. Melinda 111 Harless. Barbara 111, 201 Harper. Curtis 121. 192 Harper. Kathy 132 Harrington. Felicia 121 Harris. Annette 111 Harris, Dawn 91. 158 Harris. Eddie 121 Harris, Jannette 75.91. 161 Harris. Jerrod 91. 142. 202. 206. 216 Harris. Kenneth 121 Harris. Rhonda 91 Harr old. Belinda 121 Harrold. Richard 91. 140 Hart. Andy 111 Hart. Denise 111. 157. 159. 168 Hart. Dwayne 132 Hart, Lawerence 29. 31. 32. 66. 91, 202 Hart. Sara 121 Hartley. Beth 29. 66. 91. 210. 213 Harvey. David 20.21.25.111, 141.216 Harwell. Joe 132 Harwell. Joe 132 Harwell. Kevin 132 Hasberry.Wlllumlll.177 Hassen. Tina 91 Hastings. Christie 111 Hatchei. Danny 132, 192 Hatchel. Kenny 121 Hatcher. James 29. 75. 76. 91. 141, 152. 168 Hathcock, Vicky 29. 66. 92. 156 Hawkins. Hank 36. 121.164. 174. 192 Hawkins. Joe 132. 180. 192 Hayes. Lisa 92 Hayes. Mike 111 Hayes. Ron 121 Hayes. Shea 132. 180 Haynes. Cyndy 121 Haysllp, Gary 111 Hazlett. Mary 111. 145 Hebert. Leigh 132 Helm. Lisa 132 Helmo. Curtis 111 Hemingway. John 52. Ill Hemingway. Kim 92 Hemmtngs. Donna 121 Henderson. Darryl 92. 165 Henry. David 121 Henry, Vickie 132 Herbert. Grald 132. 180 Herold. Robert 121 Hesford. David 199 Hicks. Vickie 132 Hill. Bobby 132 Hill. Michelle 111. 171. 220 Hill. Tim 121 Hill. Tony 92 Hill. Tressy 92. 186. 206 Htssong. Debbie 111. 194 Hlvner. Jimmy 51. 52. 68. 79. 92. 140. 143. 144.155. 192. 193. 206 Hivner. Patricia 20. 21. 35. 121 Hogan. Cynthia 111 Hogan. Steve 111 Holderman. John 26 Holley. Andrea 132 Holley. Lawtta 132 Holloway. Keith 112 Holmes. Regina 132 Holmes. Yvette 132 Holston. Alan 132 Honaker. Carl 92 Houston. Jarvis 168. 202 Houston. Patricia 132 Houston. Sheri 121 Howard. Carlton 121 Howard. Scott 121 Hoxie. John 66. 92. 192. 207 Hubbard. Tommy 121 Hudman, Jackie 112 Hudman. Pamela 132 Hudson. John 122 Hueiskamp. Marla 132 Huffman. Mkrah 122 Hughes. Dale 112 Hughs, Linda 122 Hulley, Bene 132 Hulley. Jim 132. 180 Hultz. Debbie 112. 195. 196 Hultz. Teresa 29. 67. 92. 195. 1%. 207 Hummel. Billie Jo 112 Hood. Michael 112 Hood. Tamara 132 Hooker. Becky 92 Humphrey. James 92 Hunter. Mark 122 Hupp, Malcolm 122 Hurd. Shirley 122 I Ingram. Jeff 122 Ingram. Tina 132 Irving. Sandra 30. 93. 151 Isreal, Tammy 132. 191 J Jackson. Gary 122 Jackson, Lisa 122 Jackson. Melanie 132 Jaco. Eddie 132 Jager. Michele 112, 141 Jarrell. Pam 93 Jarui, David 133 Javtns. Becky 122 Jenson. Becky 122 Jermyn, Steve 122 Jerry. Beverly 122 Johnson. Belinda 133 Johnson, Bobby 133,168 Johnson, Charles 93,160 Johnson. Clifton 47. 71. 80. 93. 174. 177.202.207. 220 Johnson. Danny 133. 180, 190 Johnson. Donna L 29.112.141. 150 Johnson. Donna R. 112 Johnson. Donna 133, 173 Johnson. Doug 133 Johnson. Fred 122, 185 Johnson. Jennifer 122 Johnson. Landon 93 Johnson. Laura 133. 191. 198 Johnson. Mike 122 Johnson. Tu93. 161 Johnston, David 122 Johnston. Debra 122 Johnston. Michael 93 Johnston. Tamml 93 Jones. Amy D 20. 28. 29. 32. 51. 68. 133.140. 143, 147.260 Jones. Amy 77, 93. 154 Jones. Anna 133 J ones. Bama 133 Jones. Brooke 93. 205. 207 Jones. Ferlanda 122 Jones. Jimmy 133, 180 Jones. Kelvin 112 L Lltaker, Shane 133 Locke. Carol 112 Lockhart. Carl 94 Lockhart. Carlton 20. 52. 67. 94. 166 Logan. Deanna 122. 148 Logan, Denise 133 Logan. Jennifer 95 Logan. Phillip 122. 192 Lombardo. Raymond 95. 216 Lonier, Pam 112. 155. 201 Long. Paul 112 Lopez. David 133 Lopez. Lori 76.95.158.213 Louis. Andree 95 Lucas. Jacky 133 Lunattl, Paulette 133 Lundrigan, Joe 133 Lyell, Gorge 95.165 Lynch. Lee 112 Lynch. Roger 133 M Mabayan. Grol 20. 21. 29. 52. 67. 95. 140.147, 259 Mace. Shelia 95 Mac tin. Abe la 134 MacSavcny. Debbie 20. 30 Mahanrey. Kevin 112 Malpheus. Tina 134 Mandapatt, Kathleen 134. 173 Manley. Chris 112 Manning. Mark 123 Manning. Mike 95. 207 Mar. Anne 134 Marcy. Andrea 123 Marhevka. Rose 95. 198 Marminge. Lars 52. 95. 174.176 Marshall. Barbara 95. 213 Marshall. Diane 35. 134 Martin. Annie 35. 50. 123 Martin. Eileen 20. 112 0 index 255Martin. Leigh 95 Martinez. Maria 96 Martinez. Mary 76. 96. 157 Martinez, Timothy 96. 250 Mason. Jean 134 Mason. Robbie 134 Mason. Terrence 163 Matheson. Heather 134 Matheson. Linda 123, 165 Mathews, Steven 134 Matthews. Betty 80. 96 Matthews. Kevin 45. 96 Matthews. Maxine 123 Maxwell. Sharon 123 Mayhugh. Laura 113 McAvoy, Shawn 134 McGhee. Gndy 134 Mclntire, Sara 134, 198 McKee. Shannon 134 McBride. David 134 McBride. Lisa 96 McBroom. Cynthia 48. 113. 258 McCarroll. Eric 123 McCarty. Mike 134 McClain. John 113 McClanahan, David 113 McCollum. Angela 113 McConnell. James 134 McCullough. Tim 123 McDaniel. Allen 96. 182. 204.206 McDaniel. Andy 134. 190 McElyea. James 123 McEnerey. Shawn 134 McFarland. Lori 113 McGary. David 123 McGee. Blaine 123 J Jones. Marcel 112. 174.204 Jones. Marvalista 122 Jones. Maurice 133. 174 Jones. Melody 112 Jones. Michelle 133 Jones. Susan 133 Jordan. Cheryl 133 Jordan. Rhonda 122. 156 Jordan. Rocky 122, 168 Joslin. Sean 71. 93. 174. 176. 204 Joyner. Den a 80, 93 Joyner. Enzo 133 Joyner. Joseph 133 Joyner. Mary 133 Joyner. Mike 122. 190. 195 Joyner. Mike 133. 180 Juneau. Kim 71. 79. 94. 140.143. 152 K Karsko. Miranda 122 Karsko. Wendy 94 Keenn. Tammy 94 Keeler. Paul 133 Keeton. Patrica 112 Keller. Kurtis 122 Kellet. Denise 94 Kelley. JoAnna 122 Kelly. Chad 77. 122. 165 Kelly. Daniel 94 Kelly. Karen 112 Kennedy. Dawn 112. 141 Kenny. Paul 112, 192. 193 Kenny. Phillip 133 Kesler. Lisa 20. 29. 47. 112. 141. 184.220 Kidwell, Bruce 112 Kidwell, Jamie 133 Klmes. Barbara 112 Kincaid, Rachel 122, 150. 168 King. Jeff 133 Kieper. Paula 133 Klinkefus. Julie 112. 156 Knevitt. Kathleen 94 Knights. Wendy 112 Knox. Keith 39. 122 Kopp. Kellie 133 Kuetder. Teresa 112 Kuittinen, Marko 94 Kurtz. Robert 94 Kuykendall. Laurie 122.168. 172, 220 L Lackey. Donna 112 Lacomb. Leslie 122 Lacy. Donna 94 LaFayette. Lisa 122 Laird, Timmy 112 Laird. Toni 122 Lamont, Robin 112. 156.213 Landry. Paul 112 Landry. Susan 122 Langston. Steve 133 Larency. Karen 128 Largue, Jimmy 204 Latham. Jon 122 Laurent. Aimee 122 Lavender. Becky 112 Lawson. Mitch 45. 112. 174 Lee. Frank 112. 141. 192 Lee. Valerie 133 Leech. Sharon 112. 141. 150. 151. 157.159 Leffert. John 112. 155 Leppert, Vicky 133 Lestage. Dan 122 Lester. Sean 122 Lewis. Andre 207 Lewis. Dwayne 112. 166. 204 Lewis. Mark 133 Lewis. Mary 133 Lewts. Melissa 112, 141 Lewis. Ricky 122 Liebengood. Nady 133 Life, Mary 133 Lind. Richard 133. 180 Lindsey. Larry 112 Lindsey. Marla 94 Linkous. Amy 133 Lishman, Lori 122 M McKnight, Tina 123 McMahan. Keith 123 McManus. Christy 128. 134. 173 McRee. David 96 McVoy. Paula 123. 170 Medearls. Jennifer 113, 203 Medina. Missy 134 Meeks. Tim 113 Melton. Ann 113 Melton. April 123 Melton. Pam 134 Merrell. Leslie 134 Michael. Michelle 134 Middleton. Anthony 96 Middleton. Darrel 134 Middleton. Doris 113 Middleton. Trent 47. 67. 96. 174. 176. 202. 206. 220 Milam. Eric 123 Miller. Amy 123. 151 Miller. Angela 134. 198 Miller. Brenda 113, 156.213 Miller. Daphne % Miller. Dewayne 113 Miller. Duane 113 Miller. Johnna 96. 166 Miller. Paul 29. 36. 67. 76. 97. 146, 164. 166. 168. 176. 202.206 Miller. Rebecca 113 Miller. Roger 113 Miller. Tim 113. 160 Miller. Tina 134 Millington. Lori 113 Mitchell. Leslie 123 Monasco. Johnny 80.97. 160 Montgomery. Tina 113, 158 Moody. Angel 123. 149, 172. 203. 220 Mooney. Billy 123 Moore. Anita 134. 198 Moore. Brian 29.' 113. 141. 164. 202 Moore. David 97. 140 Moore. Doug 134, 180 Moore. Eric 123 Moore. Karen 113 Moore. Louis 123, 185 Moore. Mary 113 Moore. Sheri 134 Morgan. Brent 123 Morgan. Terry 97 Morta. Mike 123 Moms. Crystal 134 Morris. Don 123 Moms. Tonya 134 Morrison. Cheryl 123 Morrison. Kathy 35. 134 Morrison. Matt 123 Morrison. Tim 29. 35. 113, 141 Morton. Ailyson 113. 172. 220 Mosby. Bobby 134 Moskovttz. Rodney 97 Mosley. Terry 123 Moss. Beverly 113 Moss. Darryl 134. 180 Moss. Tamora 134 Moss. Teresa 71.97 Motes. Larry 134. 180 Moy, Dennis 134. 180 Munn. Troy 134 Murphy. Annette 97. 140, 216 Murphy. Scott 134 Murray. Andrea 123 Murray. Richard 20. 97 Murry. Roger 123 Muse. Jeff 123 Myers. Pam 97. 161 Myrick. Patrick 134 N Naccarato. Tonya 134 Nall. Vicki 97 Nehls. Teresa 135 Nelson. Carolyn 39. 113 Nesbet, April 135 Neville, Sonja 51. 97. 196. 206 Newcomb. Lucy 135 Newman, Mike 123 Nichelson. Bart 20. 21.68. 98. 61. 168 Nichols. Mike 135 Nierad. Andrea 20. 123 Nix. Beth 113 Nixon. Keith 113 Noakes. Marc 123 Noakes. Tim 135 Noble. James 98 Noble. Kim 135 Nolan. Chris 135 North. John 135 Novak, Evan 135 O O'Connell, Richard 113 Oglesby. Andy 113 Oglesby. Dean 113 Oliver. Curt 20. 21. 123 Oliver. Jill 70. 98. 159. 166. 210. 213 Olson. Loree 113, 155. 158 O'Neal. Terri 135 Onedera. Helen 35. 52. 70. 79. 98. 140. 143. 145 O'Rear. Laura 123 O’Rear. Mary 135 O'Rourke, Ron 113 Ortego. Steve 135 Osbourne. Tommy 164 Oswald. Lisa 98 Outten. Lisa 123 Overstreet. Billy 123 Owen. Aleda 135. 198 P Pace. Mike 135. 190 Pack. Debbie 98 Page. Belo 123 Page. Chuck 98. 160. 206 Palmer. Terri 123 Pannell. Edwin 135 Pannell. Mike 124 Parham. Amy 124 Parham. Buzz 135 Parham. Lamar 98 Parham. Lori 113 Parham. Stephanie 98 Parker. Renee 135 Parks. LaDronne 46. 67. 98. 163. 168.194. 206 Patrick. Steve 124 Paul. Randy 124 Pauy. Daren 124 Payne. Lisa 124 Payne. Tonya 135, 198 Peek. Beverly 124 Peek. Vicky 98 Peete. Barbara 98 Peete. Joe 75. 99. 176 Peete. Robbie 99 Pember. Letti 135. 194 Pendergrass. Kay 124 Pennington. Richard 202 Penrod. Steve 135 Penter, Debbie 124 Perry. Deviand 124 Perry. Dwayne 124 PerTy, Kathy 99 Perry. Lisa 50. 77. 113. 141. 153 Perry. Teresa 67, 99. 154 Perry. Tim 113, 141 Perry. Tracey 124. 150 Peters. Patrick 135 Peterson, Cheryl 135 Phillips. Jeff 20. 124 Phillips. Tara 124 Phillips. Trent 135. 190 Pickle. Tony 113 Pierce. Doug 113 Pierce. Kelly 47. 113. 172. 220 Pike. Jimmy 113. 141, 182. 184 Pine. Dean 113 Ptner, Howard 124 Plnlac, Brian 45. 113 Pinnington. Donnie 124 Pittman. Lisa 124 Plunk. Greg 99 Poltrock, Barbra 135 Pool. Debbie 135 Poortuliet, Karen 124 Pope. Mike 99. 146 Porterfield. John 99. 160. 222 Poston. Stephtne 38. 51. 113. 141. 186. 189. 196. 205 Potts. Danny 135 Praham, Tawana 124 Prather. Jacky 114 Prather. Melissa 135 Prescott. Tammy 124 Preston. Byron 114. 141 Preston. Darren 35. 69. 70. 78. 99. 141. 143 Price. David 114. 141 Price. Tom 135 Price. Wayne 135 Priest. Ken 135 Priest. Lori 99 Pruett. Tim 99 Pruitt. Lisa 124 Pugh. Ernest 124 Pugh. Sandra 114 Purnton. Kelly 99, 145 Purtle. Shanon 114. 186. 196. 205, 208.216 Purtle. Stacey 135 Pyland. Chris 99. 155 Q Quick. Carl 45. 100 Quinlan. Tracy 135. 198 R Raburn. Brian 114 ransom. Kim 114. 189 Ransom. Sybil 135 Rast. Jeff 100 Rather. Liz 124 Rather. Sam 114 Ray. Richard 45.47. 114.220 Ray, Ronald 135 Ray. Steven 124 Ray. Trey 135 Rayman. Becky 124 Rayner. Kevin 100 Redick, Eric 114 Reed. Kim 100, 207.212.213 Reed. Linda 124 Reed. Missy 124 Reed. Tully 135 Reeder. Lisa 124.203 Reeder. Tony 135 Reyes. Tommy 114 Reynante. Anna 20. 21. 124 Reynolds. Cindy 135. 198 Reynolds. Elaine 100. 141, 196, 207.213 Reynolds. Lynn 124 Rhinehart, Walter 135 256 index Rhoads. Crystal 135 Rhoads. Mary 100 Rhoads. Wanda 124 Rlales. Cassandra 135 Rke. Allan 124 Rk . Kristina 28. 29. 32. 51.69 79.100.141.142. 144.155 205. 207.213. 260 Richard. Gerry 135 Richards. Raquel 136 Richardson. Don 124 Rickey. Tracy 136 Riddle. Dennis 136 Ridley. Liz 124 Rlepman, DeeDee 114 Ripley. Steve 100 Rlsby. Marva 124 Risby. Rodney 100 Ritter. Cindy 100. 166.213 Rivera. Harold 124 Roberson. Allen 100 Roberson. Paul 136. 180. 195 Roberts. Gayle 114 Roberts. John 124 Roberts. Lee 136 Roberts. Leigh Ann 100 Roberts. Susan 20. 124 Robertson. Mlki 186 Robinson. Bruce 101 Robinson. David 124 Rodrigue . Rachel 124 Roe. James 101 Roe. Margo 79. 101. 141. 143 Roe. Paul 136 Roebuck. Teresa 128. 136. 178 Roelke. Mary 26. 50. 59. 75. 101 207.213.221 Roelke. Thomas 136. 180 Rogers. Amy 124. 194. 258 Rogers. BdJy 136 Rogers. Kim 101. 156 Rogers. Mike 124 Rook. Beth 114 Ross. Debbie 101 Ross. Karen 136 Ross. Maria 114 Rowland. Bobby 136 Royal. Sharon 114 Rush. Joyce 50. 67. 70. 76. 101 Ml. 143. 156. 168.203. 207 213. 220 Russell. Arthur 136 Russell. Steve 77. 114. 160 Rutledge. Kenny 114 s Sad Ion. Casey 136. 191 Sanders. Doyle 101, 160. 177 Sanders. Eric 136 Sanders. Jon 114 Sartain. Paula 141 Sartm. Denise 39. 114 Savage. Samantha 125. 194 Sawyer. Don 101. 166 Sawyer. Johnny 125 Saylors. Sandy 118. 125. 156. 172 Scanlon. Margie 125 Scanlon. Martin 101.203 Scarborough. Mark 101 Schmall, Lu 20. 52. 101. 168. 214 Schroeder. Cathy 125 Schueou. Daniel 114 Schulze. Kelly 114 Schutten. Charlie 136 Schuwarlz. Denise 136 Scoggins. Erk 77. 102 Scoggins. Jell 125 Scott. Bryan 136 Scott. Dwan 125, 168. 185 Scott. Tabitha 47.67.74. 76. 102. 161.168.220. 258 Seco. Deanna 136 Selvy. Michelle 125 Serra. Jim 136 Setter. Robert 136 Scut. Daniel 164 Shannon. Anderson 125 Shannon. Mark 136 Shaw. Harold 114 Sheffield. Joe 136 Shelton. Reginald 47. 220 Shepherd. Lisa 102 Sherman. Yvette 136 Sherrill. Angela 35. 57. 102, 141. 143. 203. 207 Sherrill. Cnstal 125 ShernD. Michael 136. 180 Shilling. Clill 114 Shipp. Tracey 136 Shivers. Ronald 102 Shockley. Toma 136 Shocmake. Mike 114 Short. Lisa 102 Sigler. Curtis 136 Sim. Diana 71. 79. 102, 141.143 Sisk. Harry 136 Sisk. Naomi 114 Sly a wm ski. Carl 114 Siedd. Missy 35.136 Sledd. Vickie 80. 102.141.143. 213 Slaptch. Debbie 125 Smith. Alice 114 Smith. Bonnie 114. 186 Smith. Brett 125 Smith. Carl 136. 190 Smith. Carrie 102 Smith. Chip 102 Smith. David 136 Smith. Debbie 125 Smith. Georgia 136 Smith. Hazel 20. 114 Smith. Henry 136 Smith. Jamye 114 Smith. Stacy 136 Smith. Steve 103 Smith. Steven 102 Smith. Tanya 114 Smith. Toni 103 Smith. Tonya 125 Smith. Wendy 45. 118. 125. 170 Sneed. Kirk 136 Snyder. Kelly 136. 156 Solan. Ronald 136 Sorilano. Renee 136 Spears. Michelle 103 Spears. Michey 165 Speck. Sheryl 29.47. 103.212. 220 Speck. Toni 45. 125. 170. 220 Spencer. Dena 30. 125. 150 Spencer. Kim 125 Stalmier. Matt 195 Stanley. Adrienne 103 Stanley. Darrell 20. 125 Stanley. Jeff 136. 195 Starr. Cheri 114 Starr. Sandy 103 Stephens. Jeff 103 Stephens. Joseph 125 Stephenson. Allen 125. 149 Stephenson. Tammy 114 Stevens. Robert 103 Stevens. Tim 136 Stevenson. Michelle 114. 141 Steward. Carol 136 Stewart. Denise 136 Stewart. Emily 161 Stewart. Michelle 137 Stkkley. Donna 44. 45. 67. 70. 72 77. 103. 159. 170.206 Stocking. Patrick 137. 190 Stollmeyer. Matt 125 Stowe. Lisa 137 Straton. Ronnie 137 Street. Kim 137. 168 Street. Tim 137 Stnngfellow, Todd 125 Stroud. Amy 114 Stroud. James 125 Stroud. Rkky 114 Stubblefield. Sandra 29. 103 Stubblefield. Stacey 137 Stubbs. Bernice 137 Stubbs. Todd 114 Sugg. Greg 125 Sullivan, Carethia 103 Sullivan. Sylvia 125 Sumner. Tim 125 Sutorus. Tim 70. 80. 103. 160 17q 176 Swartz. Lisa 137. 168 Swaync. Ruth 114. 258 Swickard. Kathy 137 Swihart. Cindy 28. 29. 32. 69. 104 141, 143. 260 Swikard, Robert 114 T Taber. Jeff 137 Tait. Franklin 137. 180 Tagarlla. Roger 180 Talada. Richie 20. 21.51. 125 Talbert. Erk 137 Tale. Latonya 125 Taylor. Barbara 67. 74. 104. 186 187. 189. 205.213 Taylor. Dan 114, 192 Taylor. Kenny 114 Taylor. Lisa 125 Taylor. Lucretia 161 Taylor. Mike 137 Taylor. Roy 115 Taylor. Steve 20. 51. 115 Taylor. Vikie 125 Taylor. Virginia 125, 203 Theobald. Tara 137 Th»en. Jem 20.21.30. 125 Thomas. Andre 125 Thomas. Curtts 137 Thomas. Felecia 125 Thomas. Jackie 137 Thomas. Mary 104 Thomas. Trina Thompson. Bruce Thompson. Karen 25. 50. 104. 206 Thompson. Troy 45. 115. 182 Thornton. Paul 125 Thornton. Tncta 137 Thronburg. James 137 Tibbetts. Bernard 104. 141. 143 Tietz. Mary 20.21. 137 Tillery. John 115 Todd. Jeff 137 Tondervold, Virginia 137 Townsend. Terl 115 Tracey. T J 125. 192 Trujillo. Jennifer 125 Tucker. Rachel 36. 137 Tulhs. Dave 125 Turnage. David 79. 104. 141 Turner. Alan 190 Turner. Chris 45. 67. 104. 182. 183. 199.204.206 Turner. Janet 125 Turner. Teresa 104. 141 Turosky. Kathy 137. 191 Turrell. Missy 20. 115. 150 Tuttle. Daphne 115 Twsgg. Matt 125 Twtgg. Mike 115. 141.258.259 Tyrell. Richie 137 u Underwood. Charlotte 76. 104 V Vandergrift. James 126. 154 Vann. Casandra 126 Van Tassell. Amanda 30. 49. 51. 67. 104. 150. 151.221 Vke, Nancy 137 Vinson. Larry 126. 168. 258 Vinson. Michelle 47. 115. 170. 203. 220 Vinson. Tanza 126. 170 w Wade. James 105 Wade. Jimmy 105. 160. 204. 206. 216 Wade. Sean 137. 180 Wagner. Tonja 137 Wakefield. Dams 137 Walker. Charlotte 137 Walker. David 115 Walker. Jack 77. 105. 160 Walker. James 47. 51.69. 71. 105. 174. 177. 192. 193.202.206. 220 Walker. Jannet 29. 32. 69. 70. 105. 110. 141.207 Walker. John 105 Walker. Rezshason 126 Walker. Susan 115 Walker. Taisha 126 Walker. Vickie 39. 137 Wallace. Eddie 137 Wallace. Kevin 115 Wallace. Lenme 115 Walls. Beth 137 Walls. Kimberly 137 Walters. Lakita 137 Ward. Bobby 190 Ward. Chris 126 Ward. Donald 126 Ward. Kelly 105. 174. 177. 192. 196. 207.214.258. 259 Ward. Mark 126 Ward. Nathan 115 Ward. Teresa 30. 31.32. 115. 141 Ward. Vickie 126 Ware. Talethia 115 Warner. Linda 25. 26. 29. 36. 45. 50.69. 72. 105. 108. 172. 207 Warner. Morris 137. 185 Warner. SAndy 115.220 Warf. Kim 115 Watson. Chandra 126 Watson. Francle 105 Watson. Kim 137. 191. 198 Watson. Leroy 137 Watson. Yvette 186 Watt. Christine 115 Weaver. Rodney 105. 160 Webb. Jeff 137 Weidet . Alvania 115. 141 Weidetz. Michelle 115. 141 Weis. Tuesday 115. 165 Wells. Crystal 137 Wells. Kim 137 WeDs. Michelle 137 Wells. Teresa 105 Wells. Tern 45. 115 Werenskjold. Karl 126 Westmoreland. Jay 45. 115 Wheat. Lisa 138 Wheat. Sharon 138 Wheeler. Karen 138 White. Angela 138 White. Beth 105 White. Charles 115 White. Darryl 126 White. Michelle 115 White. Rick 106. 145. 195 White. Shannon 138. 191 Whitson. Tony 106 Whitlock. Steve 138. 180 Wilburn. Shan 115 Wilder. Larry 106 Wilder. Lisa 36. 51.67. 74 76 106. 141. 143. 144. 156. 187 189. 207 Wildes. Lara 126 Wildman. Melinda 126 Wiley. Tracy 35. 126 Wliking. Tun 138 Wilkins. Rusty 36. 45. 47. 108 115 204 .216. 220 Williams. Bakaal 67, 75. 106 174 176. 182. 202. 207 Williams. Barry 126. 174 Williams. Becky 126 Williams. Cindy Williams, Curtis 115, 141 Williams. Dana 115 Williams. Debbie 106 Williams. Debra 14. 126 Williams. Janice 106 Williams. Melissa WiHiams. Mike 192 Williams. Renee Williamson. Gerald 138 Williamson. Mike 138 Wilson. Gerthie 29. 67. 186. 187 189.207 Wilson. Jay 115 Wilson. John 45. 118. 126 Wilson. Leslie 138 Wilson. Rebecca 138 Wilson. Reggie 126. 182. 185 Wilson. Renetta 126 Wise. Terry 115 Wistock. Arthur 35. 126 Witham. Mickie Wood. Beth 138 Wood. Kefly Woodard. Charles Woodward. Lisa 126 Woodworth. Liza 126 Wray. Pam 115. 155 Wray. Waller 115 Wren. Gna 126 Wren. Tonja 126 Wright. Anthony 106 Wurtz. Susan 138 Wyatt. Charles 115 Wyatt JoeLaine 138. 191 Y Yancey. Billy 138 Yancey. Bonnie 106 Yarbrough. Joe 115 Young. Bobby 138 Young. Gary 115 Your ,. Teresa 138. 198 Yount. Dennis 20. 21. 138 2 Zanetti. David 138. 190 Zebergs. Greg 106 Zebergs. Jason 138 Zebergs. Jell 126 Zumwalt. William 126 Zvolanek. Jerry 126 index 257Working Students in Our . . . The Millington Central High School students are active in many facets of the community. We have people who are accomplished musicians such as Desta Church, Linda Bowman, and Cynthia McBroom. Some are very active in theatre like Tim Barnes, Kelly Ward, and Erin Attebury. Many participate in community affairs ranging from a Sunday school teacher, Jane Brasel, to volunteers in the Red Cross like Moe Eckel, Larry Vinson, and Ruth Swayne. While others achieve social recognition like Tabitha Scott who was a model for Ebony magazine and Mike Twigg who has won many awards in bicycle racing, some work in school activities like Amy Rodgers. We would like to applaud these students who give of themselves without looking for recognition. Top: Moe Eckel and Larry Vinson are active in Red Cross. Middle Left: Ruth Swayne has worked over 100 hours in volunteer work for the Red Cross. Middle: Tabitha Scott was a cover model for Ebony magazine. Middle Right: Amy Rodgers working in the Attendance office. Bottom Left: Cynthia McBroom has won many musical awards. Bottom Right: Jane Brasel has devoted many hours in her church. 258 closingCommunity and School Top: Linda Bowman and Desta Church are accomplished musicians. Middle Left: Erin Attebury is active in theatre. Middle: Mike Twigg has won the State Championship in bicycle racing and was recognized in National Cycling magazine. Middle Right: Carol Mabayan is very active in theatre and performs for social functions also. Bottom Left: Kelly Ward is active in theatre and in sports. Bottom Right: Tim Barnes represents our school’s theatre department in many competitions and social functions. closing 259 Dear MCHS. Well, this year is coming to an end, and I have no inspiring words about my year as editor. What I do have, is a wish that the 1984 yearbook contains some of this school’s happiest moments and memories. I also want to express to you how much I have enjoyed editing the annual, despite the hard work — and believe me, it is HARD! I’d like to thank all of the staff for their hard, hard work, and to Eileen — Thank you for your extra work. Thanks Elizabeth, Cindy, and Kristina for all your help and your many great ideas. Thank Mrs. Burks, especially, for the opportunity to do this work. I hope that each of you will enjoy the yearbook as much as I have working on it. Turn its pages often and try to recapture all of high school’s “good times.’’ Amy Jones Editor Dear MCHS. Being on the Yearbook Staff has been more hard work than I would have believed. Each one of us on this staff has done our separate parts to make this book worthwhile. I can only hope that it represents every person and aspect of the school. Unfortunately, we know that is not always possible. I hope that when you look back on this yearbook in years to come, you see a wonderful part of your lives relived. Mrs. Burk, thanks for always being there to give us the advice and leadership we needed. Amy, Cindy, and Kristina, thanks for all the hard work that it took to make this book possible. We finally made it!! Elizabeth Frawley Business Editor Dear MCHS, By now the headaches of meeting deadlines, scheduling pictures and simply “Yearbooking’’ are done for the ’84 annual. It took so long — work began on this book in Spring of ’83. When you the students of MCHS look through your TROJAN, I hope you’ll remember all the fun and frustrations of the past year with a touch of respect for those who spent fifth period, every day, making your annual. I personally would like to pay special tribute to Kristina, Elizabeth. Amy. and Mrs. Burk, the finest lady who could have ever pulled this book together. May future TROJAN staffs have as much headaches as we’ve had . . . They’ll love it! Cindy Swihart Assistant Editor Dear MCHS. I never thought that publishing a yearbook could be so confusing until this year. There was utter chaos; we missed a few deadlines; we didn't have needed pictures; and there were minor disagreements. We hope that we have represented the school and the students as best they are. Realizing that trying to please everyone is virtually impossible, we have given 100% to satisfy everyone. Thanks to everyone on the staff for making my senior year a memorable one, and a special thanks to Mrs. Burk for giving me the honor of being an editor this year. "Good luck to the future editors and staff members!" A word to the wise: “You better work hard and long or you ain’t gonna make It!” Kristina Rice Copy and Layout Editor Dear MCHS, There are many responsibilities a yearbook staff must assume in order to produce a yearbook. My thanks and gratitude go to the 1984 yearbook staff. Thank you, Amy for providing the important leadership so necessary on a staff of thirty; Cindy, for making certain all pictures were taken; Elizabeth, for planning and supervising the financial aspect of our book; and Kristina, for directing all copy and layout. Thank you, section editors and staff, for working so diligently to produce the MCHS Yearbook. Thanks also for the fun we had, the responsibilities we fulfilled, the many friends we made as we worked and shared together. I shall always remember all of you and your many acts of kindness. The best always to the MCHS Class of ’84. Mrs. Burk Sponsor 260 closingSt udents dlow hroucjli cjCij e A river is a constant lifeline to the area surrounding it and its people, as is a heart to the body of a person. It is an inspiration to authors and songwriters, yet it also supplies many people with goods and employment. Most importantly, it is a way of life. Cities bordering the rivers of our country are different from any other cities in the world. The people, the history, and the beauty make rivers unique above any other of nature’s creations. The Mississippi also is a unique river. The people of Millington utilize the river’s resources — we’re proud of its heritage and the life it brings to us all. We seek entertainment from this rich resource each time we visit Mud Island, Shelby Forest’s river bluffs, Beale Street and Riverside Drive, and even when we read Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer and Life on the Mississippi. We also hear songs about the Mississippi River in some of our favorite Rock, Country, Jazz, Blues and Folk music. We, the students of Millington Central High School, love and appreciate the beauty of the Mississippi River and the inspiration it gives us all. Editor: Amy Jones Assistant Editor: Elizabeth Frawley Assistant Editor: Cindy Swihart Copy Layout Editor: Kristina Rice Activities Editors: Linda Warner Sheryl Speck Faculty Editor: Eileen Amaba Senior Activities Editor: Jannet Walker Senior Class Editors: Vickey Blythe Pam Edmiston Junior Class Editor: Terri Dennis Sophomore Class Editor: Carol Mabayan Freshman Class Editor: Tracey Fender Club Editors: Vicky Hathcock Lisa Gates Sports Editors: Elaine Emerick P. J. Miller Gerthie Wilson Reflections Editors: Tim Hatcher Teresa Hultz Typist and Index Editor: Beth Hartley Photographers: Eric Blankenbeckler Joe Hart Sandie Stubblefield Artist: P. J. Miller Staff: Julie Bunnell Laura Dieckhaus Jennifer Finder Suellen Gayden Donna Johnson Lisa Kesler Brian Moore Tim Morrison


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