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STUDENT LIFE 16
T roj ansMillington Central High School
Millington, Tennessee Volume XLII
Editor — Daryl Sneed Photography Editor — Michelle Stewart Business Editor — Rachel Tucker Copy Layout Editor — Kathy Morrison
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Color can reflect many qualities of one’s identity, just as one’s identity may be shown through his “true colors.’’ This is the reason why so many symbols are colored the way they are. For example, the combination of colors in our red, white, and blue flag stirs up many emotions of patriotism.
The colors of our school have also come to symbolize ideals much like those symbolized in our flag. The school colors of black and gold over the years have become symbols of our pride in Millington Central, and, therefore, are very important when we “color ourselves Trojans.”
In 1932, Miss Harris’ Latin class chose the Trojan to be the official school mascot of MCHS. In addition to the mascot, black and gold became the official school colors in 1948. Before that
time, the colors of Millington were black and orange. Coach Harvey proposed a change of colors, with Mr. Osteen’s blessing, to Vanderbilt’s colors of black and gold.
This idea was a good one, because even today, the same ideals of pride are represented in black and gold. Black symbolizes our school strength while gold symbolizes all the best features a school can have. Millington is known for its academic and athletic strengths, as well as for being the best in the area in some specific activities.
In a school such as MCHS, where ideals and accomplishments have become one and the same, the black and gold Trojan truly represents the spirit and identity of the school. That is why we reveal our “true colors” when we color ourselves black and gold Trojans.
openingOpposite page: Top left: Trojan marching band performs at half-time. Bottom right: Volleyball team introduces themselves at the assembly. Middle shot: Rob Flewell demonstrates his art ability. This page: Middle right: Students exhibit different Trojan personalities. Bottom left: Trojan football team exercises defensive strategies.
opening 3This page: Top right: Bruce Barger and Wayne Harrell listen intently while the teacher lectures. Middle left: Students show interest in learning. Bottom left: Students in autobody work on car during class. Bottom right: Percussion section performs routines learned in class. Opposite page: Steve performs his biology experiment.
Color Us . . . Learning
Learning is one of ihe primary aspects at MCHS. Learning affects all we do whether it be class work or extracurricular activities.
We at MCHS learn through lectures, textbooks, homework, and classroom experiences. At MCHS, learning is offered in many different courses in the vocational as well as academic fields. Our school offers 17 academic subjects and 8
vocational fields of study.
We learn not only from our classes, but also from the time we spend in other activities at MCHS. Much of our time is spent in clubs or in other groups to develop our skills or talents. Athletic talent is shown through the many sports that offer us the chance to learn. For those interested in the Fine Arts, there
are choirs, bands, drama productions, and advanced art groups.
Learning colors our lives in so many ways. It gives us experience, knowledge, and memories that will last us many years into the future. Some say there is no living without learning. If this is so. MCHS students have already begun to lead very colorful lives.
openingTop right: Amy and Martha prepare for a debate victory. Middle left: Fans show their spirit for the victorious Trojans. Middle right: Former MCHS student, Kris Beasley, now Miss Tennessee, rides in the Community Day Parade. Bottom left: Kim and Charlie show their artistic abilities.
6 openingColor Us . . . Victorious
Throughout the year, students of CHS have been victorious in many ays. For example, the varsity leerleaders placed second at leerleading camp during the summer, he band received an excellent rating at te West Tennessee Marching Festival at ackson. Also the 1986-87 yearbook taff received a Superior layout award at )le Miss during the summer.
Through hard work and determination, ihe Freshman Football team has been victorious throughout the season including a win over Germantown 22-0.
The Varsity Football team also had an astounding 28-0 victory over Munford. Seventeen students at MCHS were chosen for All-Honor Choir last year and seven qualified for Tennessee All-State Chorus. In addition, the concert choir was chosen as one of the ten top choirs in Tennessee, representing MCHS in T.O.P.S. and performing the opening show of Homecoming ’86. The wrestling team won many matches during the season and several wrestlers attended the state championship.
Two Millington Science bowl teams advanced to the semi-finals in the Cookeville Science Bowl. Several of our students attended the Math contest at Memphis State University and many placed in the top 10. Finally Michelle Jones was the State winner in the National P.T.A. contest of Visual Arts.
Many other sports and organizations have been victorious throughout the course of the year. With superior qualities and good sportsmanship, MCHS is a school of champions.Color Us . . . Involved
Involvement at MCHS extends beyond the student body. People in our community are involved in many of the extracurricular activities held here. Among these activities is a variety of booster clubs that support our larger groups: ROTC. Vocal Music. Band. Athletics. Fine Arts, and the PTA. These organizations are filled with concerned parents of the students; some parents serve as officers.
As would be expected, the community
is also involved in the academic programs at the school. The Optimist Club honors the outstanding students of MCHS. The community as a whole provides financial support for the leadership conference. Boys’ and Girls’ State, and the Close-Up programs. The community is also involved in presenting many scholarships to deserving students through several organizations: The Association of Naval Observation, the Book Chat Club, Business and Professional Women, Com-
munity Day, First United Methodist Church (UMW), Fleet Reserve Auxiliary, Optimist Club, Rotary Club, Traci Leonard Scholarship Fund, VFW No. 7175, and many more.
Many people support the athletic groups of this school. For example, the Rotary Club collects tickets at the home football games. Mr. Boswell prepares the field for home games, while Mr. Blair and Mr. deMarigny prepare other athletic areas.
This page: Top picture: Mooney Boswell and Bobby Bartlett work on football field. Bottom left: Rotary Club members Gordon Crawford, Ray Dunavant, Ray Blakney. Jack Leonard meet for weekly meetings.
Bottom middle: Naval Air Station at Millington participates in Community Day Parade. Bottom right: on Rubye Sigler Dobbins Day at MCHS, Mrs. H. R. Dobbins is honored for her outstanding contribution to education. Opposite page: Top picture: Mr. and Mrs. Joe McDaniel work in the concession stand. Middle picture: Bobby Percer — Millington Laundry Cleaners — oversees cleaning school uniforms. Bottom picture: Mayor George Harvell and
aldermen meet at City Hall. Back: Mayor George Harvell, Dennis Wages. Front: Tommy Whitlock, Larry Jackson, C. C. Hillingsworth, Richard Hodges. Not Pictured: Ed Haley, Paul Dunn.
openingAlso Mr. Bartlett organizes an antique and custom auto show for the athletic booster club. Other contributors to the athletic program are Mr. Waits. P.J.’s, Eddie’s Feed Store which donates the pocket football schedules, and Millington Laundry which provides a most important service of cleaning the athletic uniforms. Many other supporters work in the concession stands at athletic events.
Some of the contributors fit into no specific category, but are very important to the school. First, community businesses offer financial support when placing ads in play programs, football programs, yearbooks, and newspapers. Second. Mrs. H. R. Dobbins, chairperson of the Shelby County Board of Education and an alumna of MCHS, has devoted many extra hours of time to the improvement of the school. She also provided trees for the campus. Third, the City of Millington provides garbage pick-ups, a free water supply, and police protection at school and at extracurricular activities.
It would surely be impossible to name every person who contributes to the school in the space we have; however, a thank you is extended to all members of the Millington area, mentioned here or not, for support given to the Trojan student body.
opening 910 openingColor Us .
The phases of MCHS’ social existence are innumerable. From dancing to talking, to simply holding hands down the courtyard, socializing is one major factor of MCHS’ success. Placing value on certain events is not as relevant as partaking in those same events. Without participation where would MCHS’ social life be? From those who work behind the scenes to those who receive all the credit, even those who do nothing at all but voice the
. . Sociable
opinion, all are participating. One can be sociable by participating in any of the activities offered at Millington such as Homecoming, Cupid’s Ball, theatre, assemblies, sports, and lunch in the cafeteria. Lunch is the lime we dedicate to ourselves and our friends. During this time, we relax and find out about the day’s activities and the day’s tests. All of these activities and these places are the palettes that color us sociable.
opening 11This page: Right: Ray takes part in a biology experiment. Middle left: Trojan volleyball player serves ball during game. Bottom left: Derrick watches as Kim break dances during the talent show. Opposite page: Top left: Trojans take the field. Top right: Trojan fans cheer at the game. Bottom left: Students march onward to class.r
Color Us . . . Active
Student activities thrive in both the school and community. These activities allow our students to involve themselves in more than just their school work. To be active, students may join clubs that fit their interests, apply for jobs that give them valuable experience, or participate in extracurricular activities that they enjoy.
MCHS has a wide variety of sports, clubs, and fund raisers in which all students may participate.
At MCHS, one does not have to be a member of the team to be active in sports. There are fourteen athletic teams, and our sporting events give active students the chance to support the teams by going to the games and rooting our teams to victory.
One homeroom period each week is used for club meetings. During this time, students may choose from twenty-eight clubs to attend to develop their interests or talents. Whether it be Spanish Club. Vica Vam, Tapps, or the Science Club, MCHS students become involved in the many club programs offered at school.
Fund raisers are the attempts by each class to raise money for its prom. Clubs also use fund raisers to add money to their treasuries. For example, the Pep Club sponsors the Homecoming Dance. The junior class sponsors the Sadie Hawkins Dance, which is a success every spring. Other activities include selling license plates for TOEC, having car washes for NHS, and selling baked goods by the Deca and Beta Clubs.
These and many other activities help to color MCHS students active.
opening 13This page: Top right: Students walk in the courtyard. Middle left: Buses prepare to depart. Middle right: ROTC students raise the American flag. Bottom right: Lively group cheers at football game. Opposite page: Top left: A colorful group is at lunch. Top right: USO singeis entertain in Community Day Parade. Bottom left: Fans give their utmost attention to the football game. Bottom right: MCHS students wait to order at McDonald’s.
Color Us . . . Lively
MCHS has long been known as a school with lively students. When the bell rings at the end of the day, we hurry either to our buses and cars, or to any other place that may require our presence. Many of us go to work at fast food restaurants such as Wendy’s, McDonald’s, or Taco Bell or at stores and shops such as Bud-n-Vase. Wal-Mart, or Revco. Others stay behind and practice: the football team, the band, the cheerleading squad, and theater students.
While we are in school, we enjoy being lively at pep assemblies. When competing for the spirit stick, each class attempts to outcheer the other; but all are rooting for our various sporting teams. We also show our liveliness through our club
meetings each Tuesday during homeroom. Any other day of the week, we could be caught either sleeping on our books or scrambling to finish forgotten homework. Every Tuesday, however, everyone gets ready to go to Pep Club, Beta Club, Sadd, Rodeo Club or a variety of other clubs which are open to students at MCHS.
Our liveliness is also shown at out-of-school activities. At football games, one of the liveliest parts of the game is the scoring of a touchdown by our Trojans. At half-time, the crowd screams as the Mighty Trojan Band performs the “Pee Wee Herman.” Whether on the job or off, our lively spirit shines through.
Color Us . . .
Andrea Holley Sybil Ransom Dennis Yount
16 student lifeStudent Life
It cannot be said that students of MCHS conform to the same standards or heed the same call. The diverse student body participated in a variety of clubs, sports, and activities. For example, the members of the biology classes went to Shelby Forest on a field trip, the Maranatha Club appealed to those of Christian beat while to the members of the Thespian Club, “all the world’s a stage,” where upon players performed for audiences. The competition for the title of Miss Millington is an activity in which many girls of MCHS participated. During the school dances, such as Homecoming, Winter Festival, Cupid’s Ball, and Sadie Hawkins, many students took advantage of a chance to really “cut loose.” To members of the newspaper and yearbook staffs, “Have page, will edit” has become a motto. Athletes participated in a variety of sports such as football, track, and wrestling. Many students of MCHS also expressed their support for athletics through the Pep Club. Finally, members of the chorus and band marched quite literally, to the beat of a different drum. In MCHS, our greatest strengths are our differences.
Faces is dedicated lo those seniors who have done outstanding work behind the scenes and have not received previous recognition. Chosen by the faculty. Faces are those students who make the school's activities successful.
l tura Johnson
Cheryl Jordan Amy Linkous
18 FacesAngola Millor
Christy McManus is the Valedictorian for the graduating class of 1987 with an average of 98.3. Her activities during four years at MCHS include cheerleading and membership in various clubs, including Arete her sophomore, junior, and senior years. Beta Club her sophomore, junior, and senior years, and National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta her junior and senior years. Christy has also been involved with the school government as class vice-president during her freshman year. She has also served on the Trojan yearbook staff for two years. Christy’s future plan is to major in chemical engineering at Christian Brothers College.
This year’s Salutatorian is Mary Tietz with an average of 97.7. During her four years at MCHS, Mary has been involved in numerous clubs including National Honor Society, Beta Club, Mu Alpha Theta, and Arete. Mary has also been actively involved in theatre and choir. She has been in the school’s productions of “Working”, “Li’l Abner”, and “Bye, Bye Birdie”. She has been involved in the MCHS choir since her freshman year, and during her junior year was named to the All-West Tennessee
choir. Mary plans to major in chemical engineering.
20 Valedictorian SalutatorianSENIOR EXCELLENCE
Michelle Stewart 96.4
Martha Driggers 95.4
Jo Laine Wyatt Quinn Santini
Top Seniors 21Diary of Anne Frank
This year's spring theatre production was “Diary of Anne Frank.” It tells a story of a young girl, Anne Frank, and her experiences while hiding from the Nazis. This is a rather demanding play that demands complete seriousness on the actors' and actresses' parts. Mr. Collins, the new director of theatre, should be commended for his efforts. The “Diary of Anne Frank" proved to be the return of dramatic theatre to the Millington stage, hopefully to set a trend for many years to come.
Right: Sean and Jennifer show the closeness that develops between Anne and Peter. Bottom: Members of cast and crew with the presidents of the speech clubs. Opposite page: Top: Anne and her father share a special moment. Opposite page: Bottom left: Danielle, Buddy and Richelle read their lines during rehearsal.
22 TheaterCast Crew
Cast and Crew of “The Diary of Anne Frank”
Mr. Frank — Greg Bryant
Mr. Van Daan — Buddy Dexter
Peter — Sean Forbes
Mr. Dussel — Rob Flewell
Mr. Kraler — Chris Howard
Mrs. Frank — Kichelle White
Anne Frank — Jennifer Pederson
Margot Frank — Stacey Stubblefield
Mrs. Van Daan — Danielle Davis
Miep — Mary Kincaid
Director — Mark Collins
Student Director — Jake Ward
Technical Director — Tim Plunk
Assistant Student Director — Shaun Sipe
Set Designer — Mark Collins, Nancy Norwood
Set Crew Chief — Danny Halchell
Set Crew — Danny Halchell. Joe Hawkins. Cast. Mark Collins Light Crew Chief — Sean Thompson Light Crew — Sean Thompson. Jake Ward Sound Crew Chief — Tim Roberts
Sound Crew — Jonathan Dingman. Mark Collins. Cast. Chastity Tolbert. Tim Roberts
Publicity Crew Chief — Richelle White
Publicity Crew — Don Hollsinger. Kim Tenorio, Nancy Norwood Props Crew Chief — Chris Howard
Props Crew — Buddy Dexter, Tammy Rippe. Michael Huffines. Stephanie McMahan
Make-up — Kim Tenorio. Mark Collins, Lisa Swartz, Cast Costumes Crew Chief — Robin Tilman
Costumes Crew — Danielle Davis, Kelly Thomas. Alesha Bellora, Cast House Crew Chief — Don Hollsinger
House Crew — Cindy Greer. Dennis Yount. Sybil Ransom. Amy Linkous. Alisa Oswald
Theater 23Who’s Who
Most Vivacious Jenni Beckham Hector Velez
Most Athletic Cheryl Jordan Doug Moore
Most Flirtatious Waller Hhinehart Lisa Snarl
David Carcio Kellie Kcpp
Most Likely To Succeed Martha Driggers l eioy Watson
24 Who’s WhoWho’s Who
Ricky Higginbollom Heallier Gilmore
Most Thoughtful Matt Gamer Belinda Johnson
Who’s Who 25Who’s Who
Most Dependable Michelle Stewart Gene Hulley
Tracy Duncan Charlotte Walker
26 Who's WhoWho’s Who
Most School Spirit Frankie Ransom Cassandra Burnett
Randy Chunn Cindy Reynolds
Joe Sheffield Jaci Aiken
Kim Tenorio Sandra Halliburton
Who’s Who 27Arts Pacesetters
Teresa Nehls Band
Wayne Price Band
Sybil Ransom Thespians
Martha Driggers Thespians
Tina Ingram Choir
Tonya Morris Choir
Robert Set er Band
28 Arts PacesettersArts Pacesetters
Nancy Sparks Band
Ronald Sloan Band
Tom Stewart Band
Stacey Stubblefield Choir
Kim Tenorio Art
Tara Theobald Band
Mary Tietz Choir
Dennis Yount Thespians
Arts Pacesetters have lettered or shown outstanding achievement in- the performing arts. Senior Pacesetters serve as examples for the underclassmen of MCHS.
Arts Pacesetters 29Sports Pacesetters
Jaci Aiken Paul Ballou Billy Beavers Jenni Beckham
Volleyball Track Football Cheerleading
Gene Hulley Football
Jim Hulley Football Track
Cheryl Jordan Basketball
Phil Kenny Track
Tina Miller Track
Doug Moore Football W resiling
Mike Nichols Football
Mike Pace Track
Thomas Roelke Rachel Tucker Steve Whidock JoLaine Wyatt
Football Cheerleading Baseball Basketball
30 Sports PacesettersSports Pacesetters
Robbie deMarigny James Hatfield Shea Hayes Ricky Higginbottom
Football Baseball Basketball Baseball Football Track Basketball
Andy McDaniel Baseball
Shannon McKee Cheerleading
Christy McManus Cheerleading
Angela Miller Cheerleading
Tom Price Frankie Ransom Trey Ray Walter Rhinehart
Wrestling Football Track Wrestling Wrestling
These students have shown outstanding achievement or have lettered in various sports. Sports pacesetters serve as examples for the underclassmen. Not pictured is Cassandra Burnett Cheerleading.
Sports Pacesetters 31Senior Committees
The following are the 1987 senior prom committees: DECORATING COMMITTEE — MR. BERGEN’S HOMEROOM — Cindy Bailey, Mindy Bondzio; THEME COMMITTEE — MRS. BOSWELL’S HOMEROOM — Audra Crist; PICTURE BACKDROP COMMITTEE — MRS. DURHAM’S HOMEROOM — Martha Driggers; BAND DJ COMMITTEE — MR. HEARN’S HOMEROOM — Emily Gilley, Cheryl Grannis; VIDEO GRAND MARCH COMMITTEE — MR. PRICE’S HOMEROOM — Leslie Merrell; FLOWER COMMITTEE — MRS. SIGLER’S HOMEROOM — Donna Roe, Shaun Sipe, Michelle Stewart; TICKET COMMITTEE — MRS. TAYLOR’S HOMEROOM — Dennis Yount, Mike Williams; SENIOR LUNCHEON COMMITTEE — MRS. MOORE’S HOMEROOM and MR. PRUITT’S HOMEROOM — Jim
Hulley, Belinda Johnson, Amy Linkous, Tonya Payne.
The Senior Committees, composed of senior students chosen to represent each homeroom, suggest plans for the senior prom. This group also includes the class officers. These students meet at least once a month to discuss prom ideas. Once the ideas are considered, they draw up a ballot if necessary for each senior to fill out. Although they work together in finalizing plans, each homeroom represented has its own aspect of prom to check. Not only did this committee finalize prom plans, but it also introduced something that the senior class has not done for a few years. They produced a senior play, “Those Magic Changes.” The senior committees worked hard to make the senior year memorable.CLASS OF 1987
The Class of 1987 has 263 students. They are led by President, Michelle Stewart; Vice-President, Jim Hulley; Secretary, Robbie deMarigny; and Treasurer, Belinda Johnson.
Mrs. Moore is the Senior class sponsor. The senior homeroom teachers are Mr. Bergen, Mrs. Boswell, Mrs. Durham. Mr. Hearn, Mrs. Moore, Mr. Price, Mr. Pruitt, Mrs. Sigler, and Mrs. Taylor. The homeroom teachers, who have been with many of the seniors for four years, are sorry to see them go. but they are excited about their future.
All of the money that the seniors have raised will make for a memorable senior year. In the past, they have sold raffle tickets, sponsored a Halloween dance their sophomore and junior years, and also sponsored the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance.
Although they have complained about school ever since they were freshmen, the class of '87 will remember their senior year, and realize that they will always cherish their days at MCHS.
Top left: Class favorites: Rachel Tucker. Larry Brown. Bottom left: Class Officers: Robbie deMarigny. Secretary; Michelle Stewart. President; Jim Hulley. Vice-President. Not pictured: Belinda Johnson. Treasurer.
Seniors 331987 HALL OF FAME “The Achievers”
This year’s Hall of Fame, selected by the faculty, consists of 14 outstanding seniors who have exhibited 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'students and commend them on their numerous accomplishments.
Christy McManus Doug Moore
34 Hall of FameJoleine Wyatt
Hall of Fame 35Leaders
These students are the presidents of the various organizations at MCHS.
Wendy Achepohl Octagon
Ferdinand Acosta National Honor Society
Lawrence Cox Band
Suzanna Cropf Spanish Club
Janet Davidson Newspaper Editor
Robbie deMarigny FCA
Martha Driggers Thespians
Heather Gillmore DECA
Donna Johnson Close-Up
Richard Kelly HERO
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Amy Linkous NFL
Ronnie Mosely ROTC
Teresa Nehls Pep Club SADD
Suzzane Olofsson Red Cross
36 LeadersMike Pace Computer Club
1 Letli Pember Cosmetology
Wayne Price Rodeo Club
Sybil Ransom Student Council
Joe Sheffield V1CA-VAM
Shaun Sipe Newspaper Editor
Kelly Thomas Key Club
Daryl Sneed Yearbook Editor Mu Alpha Theta
Mary Tietz Choir
Kimerie Tate French Club
Rachel Tucker TOEC
Mike Williams Beta Club
Dennis Yount Science Club
Tess Wails FHA
Leroy WaLson Newspaper Editor
The MCHS Fine Arts Department Presented
Godspell is a musical based on the gospel according to Matthew. Its message is both timeless and universal. The show, using elements of pantomime, drama, music, farce, and other theatrical styles, is very demanding of young actors. The director, Mark Collins, should be commended for his efforts to adapt to a new theatre environment. He, along with the cast and crew, put in many long hours of hard work to master the techniques needed to turn “Godspell” into a wonderfully moving experience.
Top picture left: Greg Bryant poses after a strenuous rehearsal. Bottom picture: Alan. Alesha, Robin and Bethany prepare concessions before the show. Top picture right: Hie
entire cast performs an exciting finale.Cast and Crew of Godspell
STEPHEN JESUS...................ROBERT HOOKER
JEFFERY ROB FLEWELL
HERB RONNIE MOSELY
DAVID JUDAS.....................DENNIS YOUNT
VOCALS PERCUSSION REHEARSAL DRUMMER
MARK E. COLLINS ANDREA TRUMBLE SCOTT BRANUM MIKE LINBURGER DANNY HATCHEL SANDY MORROW.
GAIL LANE. ANDY MILAM MIKE TAYLOR
PRODUCTION STAFF AND CREWS
DIRECTOR MUSICAL DIRECTOR STUDENT DIRECTOR TECHNICAL DIRECTOR ARTISTIC SUPERVISOR HOUSE MANAGER
MARK E. COLLINS SANDY MORROW MARTHA DRICCERS JAKE WARD NANCY NORWOOD ALESHA BELLORA
PUBLICITY PROGRAM COVER COSTUME MISTRESS CREW
MAKE-UP LIGHT DESIGNER CREW
SOUND ENGINEER SOUND CONSULTANT SOUND CREW
PROP CHAIRMAN CREW SET DESIGN.......
CONSTRUCTION CHIEF SET CREW
JIMMY JONES ROB FLEWELL ALESHA BELLORA VANESSA DYE.
TONYA ERVIN. CAST DON HOLSINCER. CAST . SHAWN THOMPSON STEVE THOMPSON. DON HOLSINCER. RANDY CHUNN. TIM PLUNK. MARK COLLINS JONATHAN DINGMAN DAVID FRANCIS MARK COLLINS,
JIMMY JONES BUDDY DEXTER SHALEE OROUKE. CAST MARK COLLINS.
NANCY NORWOOD JOE HAWKINS
JAKE WARD, BUDDY DEXTER JIM JONES. RANDY CHUNN JOHN SILCOTT. GREG BRYANT. JENNIFER PEDERSON. ROB FLEWELL CRAIG HAWKINS, ROBERT HOOKER. NANCY NORWOOD. MARK COLLINS MILLINGTON HIGH N.J.R.O.T.C.
JOE HAW KINS
Thealer 39Mr. Miss MCHS
Mr. and Miss MCHS of the Class of 1987 are Lawrence Cox, son of Mrs. Gracie Cox, and Sybil Ransom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Travis Ransom, Jr. Lawrence and Sybil, involved in many activities, have managed to center on band, athletics, theater, and student government.
Sybil has been involved in many different activities during her four years at MCHS. She has been a member of the Student Council for three years and this year is Student Council President. Sybil has been actively involved in many clubs: Arete, Beta Club, the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Science Club, Computer Club, Maranatha, and Spanish Club. Sybil has also exhibited her talents in theater. She has been involved in “Li’l Abner,” “Bye, Bye Birdie,” “Godspell,” and “Glimpses,” for which she was named Best Supporting Actress. She was crowned Winter Festival Queen during her junior year. Sybil was also selected as a Girls’ State Delegate her junior year. After graduation, Sybil plans to attend Rhodes College and major in medicine.
Lawrence, like Sybil, has been involved in many different activities. He has participated in many sports including basketball, football, and track. Lawrence has been involved in the band since his freshman year. This year he is band president. He is a member of the Student Council and is a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club, Arete, and the M-Club. When he graduates, Lawrence plans to attend Tennessee State and major in architectural engineering.
40 Mr. Miss MCHSMr. and Miss MCHS 41Elements of
Unlike years before, today's students are expressing their individuality thro their styles. These two pages depict many elements of styles of MCHS.
This page: Top: L to R: Renee Soriano. Shawn Ed monson, Roger Tagavilla. Guy Patterson, and Belinda Johnson are expressing a varying combination of styles. Left: L to R: Janet Davidson. Dennis Yount. Selene Martin. Melvin Velasquez, and Robert Setzer are displaying the latest Coca-Cola wear. Bottom right: L to R: Standing: Genevieve Haldeman, Jennifer Silvey, Nicki Bray. Sitting: Hector Velez. Randy Hupp are daring to be different with their own fashions. Opposite page: Top left: L to R: Evelyn Acosta. Eddie Davey, Dare Hall, Angela Briones are modeling MCHS's favorite casual attire. Top right: Evelyn Arrala. Dan Hall, and Sybil Ransom still love the undying preppy look. Bottom: Tracy Brown and Dena Edwards are expressing themselves from a mod view that is being seen more on the MCHS campus.F« U 43Community Day
This year’s Community Day was a huge success. Over $2500 was raised by MCHS to benefit scholars. The king was William Strauss and Belynda Stroud was queen. The prince, Steve Whitlock, and the princess, Jennifer Pederson, both enjoyed the delightful stands and the refreshments available. Noted celebrities, such as Kris Beasley, 1986 Miss Tennessee and an alumna of MCHS, were also present to partake in the activities. Altogether, food, fun, and friends helped contribute to make the 1986 Community Day the best ever.
Top right: Community Day King and Queen, William Strauss and Belinda Stroud, ride in the parade. Middle right: Kris Beasley, 1986 Miss Tennessee enjoys a day of fun at Community Day.
Top left: The food concession stand at Community Day. Lower right: The Pepsi Challenge Bus participants in the Community Day Parade. Lower left: Jennifer Pederson and Steve Whitlock are Community Day Princess and Prince.
44 Community DayArete
Arete is an organization honoring those students who have earned a scholastic letter or bar. To earn a scholastic letter, students must maintain honor roll four out of five grading periods.
Top picture: Seniors: Back Row: M. Williams. E. Davey, D. Hall. R. Forster, T. Duncan. T. Price, S. Sipe. Front Row: S. Murphy. T. Nehls, S. White, K. Thomas, J. Aiken. S. Ransom. J. W'yatt, D. Sneed, M. Huelskamp. Kneeling: R. Dickinson, M. Dooley, C. McManus, K. Kopp, M. Tietz, A. Miller. M. Stewart.
Middle picture: Juniors: Back Row: J. Mitchell. B. Todd, G. Ritter. W. Arguin. Front Row: M. Hagan. L. Hampton, S. Ransom. A. Sweeney, M. Thompson, S. Stank. J. Campbell. A. Beavers, A. Jackson. Kneeling: T. Chipman. L. LeBarreare. J.
Cheeseman, L. Jones, E. Acosta, S. Forbes, 0. Rabuco.
Bottom picture: Sophomores: Back Row: J. Lee, J. Wages, S. Barrom, C. Christopher, E. Wilde. C. Bryeans. Front Row: T. Ervin, A. Castro, T. Vandergfift, K. McCullough. T. Rankin, R. White. A. Westmoreland, J. Smith. Kneeling: A. Barnes,
K. Herron, A. Jackson, K. Howerton. S. Prachniak.
Arete 4546 Homecoming Week
This year homecoming week activities included Pink and Purple day. Spirit ribbon day. Black and Gold day, and the annual spirit parade. Many people participated in these activities and showed their school spirit. The week was capped off by a Trojan win over Fayette-Ware and the Homecoming dance.
Opposite page: Top left: MCHS student Kim Johnston, comes prepared for spirit ribbon day. Top right: Wayne Arguin. Randy Chunn, Shalec O’Rourke, Laura Huffman and Michelle Purdy arc decorating for the big dance. Bottom: Kim. Sybil. Stephanie, and Kim show off their pink and purple. This page: Top picture: Some seniors show their spirit at the pep rally. Middle: Mrs. Tolbert’s COE class show off their school colors. Bottom: The Cosmetology entry into the spirit parade gets ready with the help of Mark. Donna and friends.
Homecoming Week 4748
“As time goes by” we will always remember the Homecoming of 1986. Before the game. Miss Amy Barrom was crowned Homecoming Queen by Miss Amy Miller, last year’s queen. Capturing another victory, the Trojans overthrew Fayette Ware, 45-0.
Top pictures: Homecoming Queen. Miss Amy Barrom. Homecoming Queen, Miss Amy Barrom is crowned by last year’s queen. Miss Amy Miller. Bottom picture: Homecoming Court.Jaci Aiken escorted by Cary Carrisoza and Mike Williams.
Rachel Tucker escorted by Eddie Davey and Tim Street.
Cari Anne Parham escorted by Jeff Juneau and Greg Birch.
Amy Barrom escorted by Gerald Bar-rom and Larry Brown.
Nesha Barton escorted by John Mitchell and Mike Cox.
Ashlee Jackson escorted by Walter Rhineharl and Mike Cain.
Alesha Bellora escorted by Kevin Harwell and Darryl Ingram.
Lori Fortune escorted by Sean Forbes and Scott Murphy.
Gina Miller escorted by Brian Street and Jeff Wages.
Homecoming 49Miss Millington
The Miss Millington Pageant, which is held in the spring, is sponsored by the Millington Band Booster Club to help the band with expenses. To compete in the pageant, one must live in Millington or attend Millington Central High School and be between the ages of 15 and 21. The contestants compete in the categories of casual and formal attire, and personal interview .
This year's Miss Millington Pageant marked the return of Miss Millington 1985, Alesha Bellora, to crown this year’s winner. The people responsible for making this difficult decision were Linda Butloer, Catherine Doggel, Freddie Criff, Gaylene Ayers and Margie Ayers. The final decision was made and Susan Roberts was chosen as Miss Millington 1986.
Miss Roberts has participated in many events such as riding in the Community Day Parade and handing out trophies at the Millington Antique Car Show.
Top: Miss Millington. Susan Roberts, and other excited pageant contestants. Bottom left: Lisa Swartz models an outfit in the casual category. Bottom right: The alternate winners — Toni Speck. Rachel Kincaid, Christie Taylor and Sonja Fortune — appear one final time on stage.
50 Miss MillingtonWinter Festival Week
One of ihe most popular activities of the school year is Winter Festival. The activities throughout the week are sponsored by various clubs. The Cupid's Ball was a successful fund raiser for DECA. The Thespians sold carnations with a special message that were delivered on Friday morning. Also the Choral Department at MCI IS sold and performed Singing Valentine Grams, a first for MCHS. On Friday the students participated in the Winter Festival pep rally. Finally the events of the week were concluded with the presentation of the court and the crowning of the Winter Festival Queen.
Top picture: Students enjoy themselves at the pep rally. Middle left: The Cupid's Ball Dance was a great ending for the festive night. Middle right: Alesha Bellora proudly shows her carnations. Bottom picture: The Singing Valentine Grams were an enjoyable addition to the events offered during the week.
Winter Festival 51Winter Festival
Winter Festival Week ended with the presentation of the 1986-87 Winter Festival Court and the crowning of the queen. The court consisted of two sophomores, three juniors and four seniors. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of Kimerie Tate as Winter Festival Queen. The evening concluded with the Cupid's Ball.
Top: Winter Festival Court; Ix ri Pruitt. IVHe Wonish. Belinda Johnson, Renee Soriano. Kimerie Tale. Mind) Bondzio. Kellie Kopp. Cindy Hunt and Kim Howerton. Middle left: Sybil Ransom, last year’s Winter Festival Queen, crowns Kimerie Tate. Right: Winter Festival 1986-87 Queen. Kimerie Tate.
52 Winter FestivalKellie Kopp escorted by Scott Collver
Belinda Johnson escorted by I arry Brown
Mindy Bondzio escorted by Scott Bondzio
Kimerie Tate escorted by Chandler Bradford
Renee Soriano escorted by Shawn Fdmonson
Dede Wonish escorted by Donald Holsinger
Cindy Hunt escorted b Frank Ransom
Winter Festival 53Optimist Honors
The Millington Optimist Club recognized the following students for their outstanding contributions in leadership, academics, and the arts.
Top right: N. Sparks and L. Cox honored for their leadership in band. Middle left: Highest academic averages for the first semester: C. McManus, L. Swihart, M. Tietz, J. Douglass, K. Howerton. Middle right: Governor’s Schools Participants: J. Campbell, E. Acosta, A. Beavers. Bottom: Unsung Commendables: Standing: C. Walker, J. Alvoid, A. Holley, D. DePorter, T. Pugh, R. Flcwell, R. Turner, M. Huffines, E. Overstreet, K. O’Neill, R. Hooker, B. Dexter, A. Trum-ble, W. Achclpohl, J. Dingman, C. Parham, M. Garcia, G. Bryant, L. Pruitt, K. Tenorio, A. Jackson. T. Collver, D. Schocke, M. Medina, S. Phillips. Kneeling: T. Theobald, M. Butler, L. Swihart, K. Thomas, C. Hunt, C. Stewart.
54 Optimist HonorsTalent Show
During the spring of each year, the yearbook staff sponsors a talent show. The overall winner is eligible to compete at the Mid-South Fair Talent Show, along with additional acts which receive special invitations. Tony Elam was this year’s overall winner. The best group award was given to Rodney Moskovitz, Guy Patterson, and Blain McGee: best solo award was given to Staci Crews; and an invitation to the fair was given to Evelyn Acosta, Annie Martin, Mary Tietz, and Richelle White, a vocal group. Greg Childress won most artistic and an invitation to the fair. Tanza Vinson, Tara Philips, and Ernest Pugh won most original award. Shanel Smith, Sherrika Allen, and Traci Davis won most audience appeal award. Mr. Croft, MCHS band director, was the master of ceremonies.
Top left: Mr. Croft gives Shannel Smith her award. Top right: Greg Childress accompanies Sandra Halliburton. Middle: Lisa Reeder and her back-up perform “How will I know?” Bottom: Levita Hampton. Lawrence Cox, and Carlton Howard perform for the crowd.
Talent Show 55Student
The Student Council is an organization which helps keep the faculty aware of the students' needs. The council consists of 18 members. The purpose of the council is to act as a liaison between students and administration and to develop the rules and regulations students have to follow. They aid the community and school by sponsoring the Christmas Basket Drive, supervising elections, and compiling the student handbooks.
Top picture: 1986-1987 Student Council: Left to Right: Stephanie Ransom. Jol ine Wyatt. Dennis Yount. Jaci Aiken. Michelle Stewart. Sybil Ransom. Sean Forbes. Joe Lee. Brian Suter. Lawernce Cox. Ashlee Jackson. Kendra Black. Jeff Kopp. Levita Hampton. Gina Miller. Erika horsier. Top left: Sybil Ransom. President; Mrs. Maples. Sponsor: Jaci Aiken. Vice-President. Middle right: Senior representatives. Bottom left: Junior representatives. Middle right: Sophomore representatives. Bottom right: Freshman representatives.
56 Student CouncilPrincipal’s
The Principal's Advisory Committee is a group of students selected by the student body to communicate problems of the school to Dr. Morton. This committee is valuable to our school because it keeps the administration in touch with the students.
Top: Dr. Morton meets with Lawrence Cox and Ashlee Jackson. Bottom: The Principal's Advisory Committee: Seated: H. Gilmore. Dr. Morton. B. Johnson. Back Row: C. Morris, M. Williams, K. Cole, P. Perkins. E. Overstreet, L. Cox, S. Forbes. J. Lee, A. Jackson, K. Tate, C. Parham.
Principal’s Advisory Committee 57Attendance And Teachers’ Aides
Attendance workers and teachers' aides help make the school run more smoothly. Their help is greatly appreciated by the faculty at MCHS. Their duties range from running errands to picking up absentees from each classroom. The students enjoy their work and everyone benefits from the job they do.
Top: Teachers’ Aides: Kneeling: Kris Roberson, Georgia Smith, Kelly Thomas, Cindy Hunt, Robbie Culbreath. Standing: Kellie Kopp, Julia Ervin, Jaci Aiken, Mike Nichols, Jackie Lucas, Karen Bell. Bottom: Attendance Workers: Kneeling: Jim Hulley, Randy Chunn, Paula Brady, Carol Stewart, Cindy Bailey. Standing: Ronnie Bell. Alesha Bellora. Audra Jackson, Angela Goodwin, Nicole Banks. Heather Gillmore, Mary Life, Tammy Carter, Debbie Poole, Kim Walls, Tammy Chumby.
58 Attendance and Teachers’ AidesOffice Workers and
The office workers are very helpful in the organization of the school. Under the guidance of Mrs. Harvell, Mrs. Garcia, and Mrs. Osteen, they run office machines and run errands. The library aides are also very helpful. They checkout books and return books to their shelves.
Top piclure: Office Workers: Back Row: T. Miller. M. Cooper, S. Baker, T. Waits, E. Davey, Y. Gray, R. Kelly, D. Stone, J. Ervin. Front Row: M Stewart, J. Beckham, R. Dickinson, N. Barton. M. Garcia, T. Rankin. K. Kopp. Bottom picture: Library Aides: J. Douglas. A. Hall. T. Hood. R. Haley, M. Alexander, E. Wilde. M. Brantley.
Office Workers and Library Aides 59The following students represented Millington Central High School at the annual Wordsmith writing tournament held at Memphis State University. This tournament was sponsored by the Memphis-Shelby Council of Teachers of English. Students participated in activities such as the 40 word dash and the 80 word dash. They also entered portfolios of poems and essays.
Top picture: Kelly Thomas — 12; Kathy Morrison — 12; Mike Huffines — 10; Tiffany Stephens — 10; Desiree Weatherly — 9; Ona Wood — 10. Bottom picture: Kim McDonald — 10; Mary Kincaid — 10; Chandler Bradofrd — 11; Lisa Swihart — 11.
60 WordsmithQuill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll is an honorary society made up of students who have excelled in journalistic work, who have been on the Yearbook Staff, Paper Staff, or Literary Magazine for two or more years, or who have done outstanding work in these areas.
Top: Quill and Scroll members meet with sponsor. Mrs. Durham. Bottom picture: Quill and Scroll: Left to Right: Shaun Sipe, Martha Driggers. Rachel Tucker. Leroy Watson. Janet Davidson, Dennis Yount. Christy McManus. Andrea Holley, Sybil Ransom. Daryl Sneed, Kathy Morrison. Kristin Randall. Michelle Stewart. Not Pictured: l aura Johnson.
Quill and Scroll 61Top: Yearbook Staff: Back Row: S. Martin, M. Thompson, H. Jones, R. Forster, M. Murray, A. Kopp, K. Morrison. L. Swihart. R. Setzer. D. Yount, D. Sneed, K. Randall, A. Holley, Mrs. Burk. Middle Row: J. Ward, M. Hatter, C. Graumlich. R. Tucker. S. Ransom, R. Soriano, B. Johnson. A. Miller. S. McKee. Kneeling: H. Velez. M. Velasquez. J. Wyatt, M. Tietz, C. McManus. M. Stewart. Bottom left: Mrs. Burk, Yearbook Sponsor; Daryl Sneed, Editor. Bottom right: Rachel Tucker, Business Editor; Kathy Morrison, Copy Layoul Editor; Michelle Stewart, Photography Editor.
62 YearbookYearbook Staff
The 1986-87 Yearbook Staff consists of 29 juniors and seniors who were selected from many applicants. This staff, along with their sponsor Mrs. Burk, works very hard all year long to meet demanding deadlines. The staff meets fifth period every day to type, crop, and layout yearbook pages. This year the editors won a Superior Lay-Out Award at Ole Miss.
Top left: Yearbook Photographers: Renee Soriano, Hector Velez, Melvin Velasquez. Top right: Laura Johnson, Senior Section Editor, works hard on her Yearbook pages. Bottom picture: Senior editors: Back row: Jake Ward. Dennis Yount, Robert Setzer, Renee Soriano, Rudy Forster. Belinda Johnson, Andrea Holley. Front row: JoLaine Wyatt, Kristin Randall, Sybil Ransom, Mary Tietz, Christy McManus, Angela Miller, Shannon McKee.
Yearbook Staff 6364 Paper SlaffPaper Staff
The Newspaper Staff is composed of talented writers who dedicate themselves to publishing the monthly Trojan Newspaper, which informs the student body of important happenings in the school, the community, the country, and the world. They meet every day during fifth period to meet their demanding deadlines.
Opposite page: Top left: Mrs. Dobbins, Shaun Sipe, Janet Davidson. l eroy Watson. Jr. — Editorial Staff. Top right: Martha Driggers prepares a page for the next deadline. Bottom: 1986-1987 Trojan Newspaper Staff: Mrs. Dobbins, V. Henry. C. Marlin. C. Grannis, S. Sipe, A. Linkous. J. Davidson, L. Watson. J. Sipe, T. Duncan. K. Thomas, C. Blanton. C. Warner, M. Purdy. Not Pictured: Martha Driggers. This page: Top: News Dept.: C. Grannis, J. Davidson. M. Purdy. Not Pictured: Martha Driggers. Middle picture: Features Dept.: Kneeling: K. Thomas, V. Henry. Standing: C. Blanton. C. Warner, S. Sipe. A. Linkous. Bottom: Sports Dept.: C. Maclin, L. Watson, J. Sipe. T. Duncan.
Paper Staff 65ROTC
Maritime heritage and seapower are topics used to stress the need for good citizenship and foster the development of leadership skills in the NJROTC curriculum. The cadet corps is managed by the cadets and they are given every opportunity to practice leadership and other supportive administrative skills. The units Color Guard, Female Drill Team and Male Drill Team are highly visible examples of the cadets’ extracurricular activities; less publicized but every bit as active are the academic, athletic, and rifle teams all of whom spend many hours perfecting their skills. Travel to places such as Florida and Mississippi afford the cadets an opportunity to compete with other NJROTC units and learn about the Navy first hand through orientation visits to naval installations.
66 ROTCOpposite page: Top: Color Guard: Tammy Ripley. Ricky Higginboltom, Tracy Hayslip. Sonya Scott, Vuletla Green, John Lee. Opposite page: Middle left: Capt. Bruen. Opposite page: Middle right; Sr. Chief Grannis. Opposite page: Bottom: Orienteering: Kneeling: Donald Peacock, Robert Hemmings. Donald Fletcher, Jesse Petty, Tabitha Roberts. Second Row: Leticia Hardee, John Griggs, Thomas Barron. Third Row: Ronnie Mosley. Greg Chance, Tracy Hayslip, Richard Thorne. This page: Top: Staff: Front: Company Commander Richard
Thorne. Left: EO Ronnie Mosley. Right: EO Robert Hemmings. Middle: Rifle Team: Kneeling: Donald Fletcher. Sean Mcintosh, Thomas Barron, Leticia Hardee, Robert Coe. Second Row, Standing: Jimmy Dunlap. Ed Milner, Mike Boyer, Shelley Bathe, Jeff Cole, Kevin Golt, Jeff Howard. Third Row: Joe Weaver, Michael Ross, Jason Wilson, Jennifer Kein, Greg Chance. Michael Johnson. John Griggs. Bottom: Exib. Drill Team: Front, Kneeling: Drill Commander: Jerry Coulliette. Front, L to R: Donald Peacock, Angie Busse, Tabitha Roberts, Devonnia LeBlanc. Mary Walker, Clayton Kasper. Second Row: Leticia Hardee, Donald Fletcher. Samantha Watson, Carla Seals, Greg Chance, John Griggs.
Top: 1 st Year Drill Team: with saber — Ronnie Mosley, Drill Team Commander. Right Guide — Jesse Petty. 1st Row: Tony Roberts, Rufus Orr, Lee Frye, Jimmy Dunlap. 2nd Row: Jeff Howard, Chris Smith, Charles May, Sandy Gatlin, Brian Tilton. 3rd Row: Fellipe Wilson, Kelly Schlachter, Arthur Metcalfe, Sherri Tackett. Middle: 1st platoon: Platoon commander — Kim Johnston. Kneeling: Bernard Hurd, right guide. 1st Squad: Kelly Schlacher, Mary Cherry, Derrick Anderson, Fellipe Wilson, Ben Harding, Tabathia Roberts, Jon Nunn. 2nd Squad: Jeff Howard, Shelley Bathe, Lee Frye, Charles May, Marie Clark, Geraldine Moss, Jerry Couliette, Donald Peacock. 3rd Squad: Ronnie Mosley, Jesse Petty, Bill Townsell, Chris Howard, Tony Roberts, Joe Rapp, Richard Thome, David Munford, Greg Chance, Jeremy O’dell, Jennifer Riddle, Teresa Bommer, Steve Dunlap, Jerry Woodward. Bottom: 2nd Platoon: Platoon commander, Mike Ward, Right guide — Erik Gales, 1st Squad: Richard Foster, Phyllis Campbell, Kevin Gott, Mike Friar, Don Fletcher, Clifton Ghostcn. 2nd Squad: Carla Seals, Robert Hemmings, Devonnia LeBlanc, Barsheila Williamson, CeeCee Sparks, John Lee. 3rd Squad: Samantha Watson, Rhonda Williamson, Clayton Kasper, Reggie Ivory, Robert Lofton, Darrel Mason.
68 ROTC.Top: 3rd Platoon: Platoon commander — Tracy Hayslip. 1st Squad: Tammy Kipley, Johnine Benevenle, Mike Riddle, Toriano Kimbrough, Robert Newman. 2nd Squad: Mike Jarrell, John Griggs. Joe Hunt, Carlene Robinson, Lafayette Jackson. 3rd Squad: David Willis. Andre Giden, Angie Busse, Robert Coe. Middle: 4th Platoon: Platoon commander — Steven Dunlap. 1st Squad: Donnie Slate, Jimmy Dunlap, Ed Milner, Eric Reese, Kanthony Christopher, Jeff Cole. 2nd Squad: Brian Tilton, Arthur Metcalfe, Shon Washington, Cedric Smith, Joe Weaver. 3rd Squad: Mike Johnson, Lance Fruge, Phillip Jenkins, Jeff Howard, Mike Brownstein. Bottom: 5th Platoon: Platoon commander — Lee Hardee. 1st Squad: John Ball, Sandy Gatlin, Rufus Orr, Mike McClahan, Valett Green, Mary Walker, Sonya Scott. 2nd Squad: Maurice Middleton, Scott Miller, Jason Wilson, Charles May, Sherri Tackett, Sean Kearney, Shawn Love. 3rd Squad: Tom Barron, Chris Smith, Sean Mcin-tosh, Mike Ross, Mike Boyer, Jennifer Rein, Ricky Higginbotlom.
ROTC 69MCHS CHOIR
The Concert Choir for 1986-87 leads the way in music for MCHS. There are thirty members, including President, Mary Tietz, and Vice-President. Evelyn Acosta. They enjoy performing in community and school programs. Many of the singers place in All-West, and a few also place in All-State. In the spring, they participate in the Opryland Spring Choral Festival. West Tennessee Choral Festival, and Solo and Ensemble. The Swing Choir is a smaller ensemble within Concert Choir which performs Broadway and other pop music. Altogether, Concert Choir helps MCHS stay in Harmony with itself.
Opposite page: Top: Front Row, I eft to Right: Concert Choir: M. Tietz. R. While, D. Beesinger. D. Martin. G. Lewis. E. Acosta. S. O'Rourke. A. Trumble. Second Row: A. Jones. K. Morrison. S. Stubblefield. J. Petty. R. Foster, G. Holsinger. J. Morgan. Miss Morrow. Choir Director. Third Row: A Goodwin, D. Dyer, C. Christopher, K. Black. W. Harrell. R. Hooker. A. Milam, S. Mahannah. Middle: Girls Chorus: First Row: D. Walls, R. Benson. C. Scott, C. Knight. N. Thomas, B. Broyles, L. Wall, J. Karsko, N. Roberts, J. Shultz. Second Row: C. Morris. K. Harris. S. Peete. E. Stevens. C. Richardson, C. Tuggle. V. Scott, C. Wall, L. White, Miss Morrow, Director. Third Row: L. Benton, A. Smith, L. Hunt. D. Young, M. Coleman, C. Bryeans. V. Edge. D. Glenn. V. Moore. Bottom: Boys Choir: D. Ivory, D. Reed, T. Mass. H. Houston. P. Love, D. Hatchel, J. Nunn. Second Row: Miss Morrow. M. Shannon. R. Griggs, G. Williamson. E. Nisby. G. Seals, B. Henderson. C. Brooks. S. Branch. D. Middleton. E. Carey, C. Saddler. D. Ingram. G. Christopher, P. Martin. This Page: Top: Choir Officers: Front Row, Left to Right: Mary Tietz, President; Richelle White,
Secretary Treasurer; Evelyn Acosta, Vice-President; Miss Morrow. Director. Back Row: Andy Milam, Hislorian Publicily; Kelly Black. Librarian: Richard Foster. Historian Publicity. Not Pictured: Librarian. Joan Fulton. Bottom: Swing Choir: Front Row: A. Trumble, M. Tietz. K. Morrison. Second Row: S. Cropf. S. Mahannah. S. Stubblefield, Miss Morrow. Third Row: D. Martin. W. Harrell, R. Hooker. A. Milam. R. Foster.
Choir 71The Sound of Music
With all of its spirit and accomplishments, the Trojan band has added much color to the music at MCHS. In addition to encouraging spirit at the pep assemblies and performing their rendition of the Pee-Wee Herman at half-time, the band is involved in other various activities.
During the fall, the band is involved in many marching competitions. The band brought back superior ratings in both the Memphis State University Marching Festival and the McNairy County Marching Festival. With an impressive list of awards, the 1986-1987 MCHS band is a continuous source of pride to MCHS and its students.
Top picture: Band Managers: L to R: Wendy Achelpohl, Stephane Pleau, Michelle Elliot. Bottom picture: The MCHS band. Right page: 1. Band Officers: Omar Rabuco, Tara Theobald, tawrence Cox, President; Melissa Cochran, Michael Parks. 2. Flag captain, Nancy Sparks; Field commander. Quincy Williams; Co-captain, Tammy Gibbs. 3. Band Reps: Michael Parks. Melissa Cochran, Tammy Gibbs. Nancy Sparks. Omar Rabuco. 4. Flag Corps: 1st Row: Renee Batey. Melissa Cochran, Tammy Gibbs, Nancy Sparks. Kim Louis. Amy Beavers. 2nd Row: Diane Clifton, Mindy Bondzio. Donna Gatlin, Shelley Owens. Cindy Greer. 3rd Row: Robinson Lontok, Gina Fulmer, Dell Weatherly, Michelle Smith, Amy Garcia.
72 BandRnmi74 Marching BandOpposite page: Top picture: Intermediate and Beginning Bands. Middle left picture: Saxophones: First Row: R. Hemmings. A. Westmoreland. Second Row: R. Candell, T. Reeder, 0. Rabuco, S. Selph. Middle right picture: Low Brass: Front Row: R. Williams, D. Marshall, D. Willis, R. Sloan. Back Row: S. Smith, B. Melloh, R. Driggers, L. Jackson. M. O’Connor. Bottom picture: Flutes: K. Williams, C. Ashley, M. Huffines, T. Miller, N. Bray, T. Theobald. This page: Top picture: Trumpets: First Row: W. Price, M. Cline, R. Setzer. Back Row: T. Stewart, T. Blankenbeckler, D. Archdeacon, P. Dieckhaus. Middle picture: Clarinets: Front Row: J. Campbell, D. Davis, R. Richardson, C. Hunt. T. Morris, J. West. Middle Row, L to R: 0. Wood, M. Ashley, Q. Williams, C. Cleaves, S. Snodgrass, B. Hoetger. Last Row: L. Jones, T. Harris, L. Jones, M. Pigee, J. Henderson, P. Moore, L. Hampton. Bot tom picture: Percussion: Front Row, L to R: J. Couliette, L. Cox. Back Row: B. McGregor, S. Bondzio, D. Owens, P. Perkins, M. Parks, A. Roberts, J. Nelson, G. Lewis, T. Nehls.
Marching Band 75Miscellaneous Honors
These are the highly motivated students who have excelled in academics, leadership, and artistic areas. They have contributed their talents to build the honorable reputation of MCHS.
Top: Century Three Winner — Mary Tietz. Middle: Girls State: Mary Tietz. Sybil Hansom. Martha Driggers. Bottom: Boys’ State — Daryl Sneed. Tom Price. Opposite page: Top right: Foreign Kxchange Students — Stephane Pleau, Suzanne Olofsson. Middle left: Yearbook Editors' Superior Yearbook Award: Michelle Stewart. Daryl Sneed. Kathy Morrison, and Hachel Tucker. Middle right: Hugh O'Brien Award — Micheal Huffines. Bottom: All-West Choir: Andy Milam. Kathy Morrison, Evelyn Acosta, and Mary Tietz.
76 Miscellaneous HonorsColor Us...
Laura Johnson Christy McManus Kristin Randall Renee Soriano
78 ClassesThe classes form the framework of MCHS’s colorful Trojan, with each class having its own personality and shade. The freshman class students form the base of the school, starting the school year wide-eyed and maybe a little scared, but by the end of the year they have learned Millington's unique Trojan color and spirit. The Sophomores in their second year at MCHS begin to enjoy and take advantage of the activities and new social status of being upperclassmen. In their third year at MCHS, the Juniors become serious and take on more leadership roles and responsibilities to prepare for their own special Senior year. Those students who make up the Senior class are in their fourth and final year in the Trojan spectrum. The Seniors, with experience in all facets of MCHS, prepare for the future and enjoy a last colorful year before saying goodbye. Without each of these classes, MCHS would not be complete.
Classes 79WENDY RAE ACHELPOHL
“Happy is the man who finds wisdom. And the man who gains understanding." Proverbs 3:13. Thanks Mom, Dad and Michelle for helping me realize this. Robert, I cherish the moments spent with you. I love you, bain !
French Club 3; Octagon 3. 4, President 4; Band Manager 3. 4; Tennis 3.
FERDINAND LAGMAY ACOSTA
“Dream about the future, hul just don’t sleep.”
Student Council 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Arete 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Letterman 2; Maranatha 2; National Honor Society 3. 4, President 4; National Beta Club 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Computer Science Club 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Science Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Hall of Fame 4.
JACQUELINE ANNE AIKEN
“Greater is He in you than he that is in the world.’’ I John 4:4. 1 couldn't have reached this special point in my life without the love and support of my family (Mom, Vicki, Jenny)... I love you. Mom. I don’t know what I’d do without you. Daddy’s “little giggles” isn’t so little anymore! Arete 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2. 3, 4; Senior at I rge 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; ’M” Club 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4; SADD 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3; Miss Millington Pageant 3; Homecoming Court 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. 4; TOEC 4; Student Council Vice-President 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 1, 4, Most Valuable Player 1. Best Setter 2; Highest Grade Point Average 3; Tennis 1, 2; Millington Environmental Committee 4; Who’s Who 4; Hall of Fame 4.
CYNTHIA GAIL BAILEY
“The memories of my friends, places we went, and the things we did can never be replaced. They may fade away, but the memories are always going to be there.” Thanks Mom, Dad, Missy. Amy, Teri, and Toni.
Pep Club 1; Maranatha 1. 2, 4; Computer Club 3; Science Club 4; DECA 3; SADD 4; FHA 2; HERO 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4.
KRISTIE LEANNE BALDWIN
“The moving finger writes; and having writ moves on. Neither all your piety nor wit shall lure it back to cancel half a line.’
FHA 1; French Club 3. 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Red Cross Club 4.
PAUL E. BALLOU
“Today’s dreams are tomorrow’s vision quest.” Thanks Mr. Como, Mrs. B. Williams, and a special thanks to Mrs. Glenn. Good luck in the future to Kim Herron, Steve Winters, and the rest of my friends at MCHS. It’s been real.
AIASA 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4; Track 3, 4.
AMY DENISE BARROM
“God gave us memories so that in life’s garden there may be June roses in December.” Teri, Georgia. Missy, Cindy — we did it! Mom, Dad, and Cindy — thanks for everything. I love you all!
Freshman Cheerleader 1; FCA 1; Pep Club 1; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; DECA 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Who’s Who 4.
PAMELA ELAINE BARTLETT
“Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections, but instantly set about remedying them — everyday begin a task anew.” St. Frances De Sales
Pep Club 1.2.3; Maranatha 1,2.3, 4; FHA 1,2,3; TOEC 3, 4; Attendance Worker 3; SADD
KELLY JO BARTON
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.” I love you Dad, Mom, Bob, Karen, and my best friend Lisa. Good luck with James!
Pep Club 1; SADD 3; Hero II 4.
“Fate served me meanly, and I laughed at her. Then along came happiness and said, ‘I came to see what you were laughing at’.” Thanks, Kelly, for all the good times. Thanks Mom and Dad for everything.
FHA 1, 2; Arete 2. 3, 4; TOEC I; French Club 2, 3.
80 SeniorsWILLIAM EDWARD BEAVERS
“I would like to thank all my friends for slickin' with me through high school. I would also like to thank my parents for everything they have made me. Oh yes, thanks to Coaches — Turner, Meadors, Williams, and Terrell. I love you. Shannon.”
Football 3, 4; FCA 3, 4; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Rap 2.
JENISE MARIE BECKHAM
‘‘Desire not to live long but to live well. How long we live not years but actions tell. Mom. Dad, Bo — I love you so much; I never would have made it without your support.”
French Club 1, 4, Vice-President 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; “Onions in the Slew” 2; Science Club 2; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; FCA 3, 4; JV Cheerleader 3; “If You Ask Me . . 3;
SADD 3, 4, Secretary 3; Diamond Girl Captain 3. 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Close-up Treasurer 4; Campus Life 4; Office Worker 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Who’s Who 4.
KAREN INEZ BELL
‘‘If you tell a man there are 300 billion stars in the universe, he’ll believe you; but if you tell him a bench has just been painted, he has to touch it to be sure. 1 made it Mom, Dad, Scott, David.’
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Worker 3; Hero II 4; Choir 1; Teacher’s Aide 4.
ALESHA ANN BELLORA
“Alan, ‘For wither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge Thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God.’ Ruth 1:16. I love you. Thanks Mom and Pop for being there for me.”
Freshman Cheerleader Captain; JV Captain 2, 3; Homecoming Court 2, 3, 4; Miss Millington 2; Student Council 2; Maranatha 1. 2, 3; Staff Member 4; FCA 1, 2; FHA 1; Li7 Abner 2; Glimpses 3; Bye Bye Birdie 3; SADD 2, 3, 4; Guidance Worker 2, 3, 4; Thespian 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Play Production 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 2.
MIKE THOMAS BENSON
“It’s not the size of the wave that counts . . . It’s the stride of the ride. I want to thank all my friends that have made my stay here in Millington Central very special. Matt. Shannon, David. Randy, Kelly, Dan, Mike S., Ronny C., Amy, Ronda E., Pam, and the Big Star Crew. I love you all. Thanks.”
Football 1, 2; Deca 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Auto Body 4; Jazz Band 1, 2.
DEBORAH ANN BESINGER
“To Ferd, Jenni, Paula, Mindy: I met you as a stranger You took me as a friend I hope we meet in heaven Where friendship never ends. Remember dare to be different. Thanks, Miss Morrow.”
Transfer student; Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Varsity Cheerleader 2; Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3; Girls Choir 2, 3, 4; Drama 2; Choir Member of the Year 2; “A Man” 2; Cooking 3.
LISA MICHELE BLAND
“Love is something that you’ve got to earn; and, once you’ve got it, you have to learn how to keep it.
SADD 1, 2; Pep 1; Maranatha 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1. 2. 3; ROTC Drill Team 1; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3.
ROBERT ALAN BLYTHE
“Each man is an individual. We are not in this world to live up to each other’s expectations. You are you, and I am I.
Spanish Club 1, 2; Computer Club 3; Computer Aide 4; WWs Who Among American High School Students 3; Band 3, 4; Close Up 4.
“It’s been this way since time began. It’s the desperate search for a promised land . . . And the years slip by like water through your hand . . .” Black Sabbath Band 1,2.
TERESA MARIE BOMMER
“Don’t be dismayed at goodbyes A farewell is necessary before meeting again and meeting again after moments or lifetimes is certain for those who are friends.”
Pep Club 2, 4; Thespian 3; Computer Club 2; Maranatha 4.
Seniors 81MINDY ANN BONDZIO
“If you only have one true friend in life, you have all the friends you’ll ever need. Thank you to everyone at MCHS. You have made these last four years memorable.”
Flag Corp 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Improved 1, Most Talented 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Theme Committee 3; Refreshment Committee 3; Publicity Committee 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Maranatha 2, 4; FHA 1; Computer Club 4; SADD 4; Science Club 4; Prom Decorating Committee 4; Homeroom Representative 4.
KRISTIE LANE BRADY
“There is nothing permanent except change.” — Heraclitus
Cheerleader 1, 2, Co-Captain 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 4; Spanish Club 2; Maranatha 1, 2, 4; SADD 2; Computer Club 4; FCA 1, 2, 4; M Club 1, 2; Tennis 2; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; “The Music Man” 3.
PAULA RENEE BRADY
“Thanks to all my friends that helped me make it this far. I love all of you. David, thanks for being there when I really needed you. I love you.”
FHA 1; Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Maranatha 2. 4; Computer Club 4; Math Competition 2.
STANLEY DEWAYNE BRANCH
“How a man wins shows part of his personality. How he loses shows all of it.” Football 1, 2, 3; FCA 1. 2, 3, 4: Maranatha 1,2, 3, 4; DECA 4.
TIMOTHY LEE BRASINGTON
“The Earth is the Lord’s and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein. For He hath founded it upon the seas and established it upon the floods. This is the generation that seek Him. that seek thy face, O Jacob. Selah.” Psalm 24:1-2:6
Chess 1,2, Secretary 2; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Rap 1; Computer Club 3, 4; Key Club 4.
ANTHONY LAMAR BRASWELL
“I couldn’t live without my mother, and also couldn't live without love. Thanks Mom for what you’ve done, which is everything. Thanks Tabaitha for all the love you’ve given me.”
ANGELA FAITH BRIONES
“Through all the years, I look back on all my accomplishments and disappointments; and I remember the good old days. For making my days memorable, pleasurable, and rewarding, I owe gratitude to my mother, father, and family. I love you!”
TOEC 4; FBLA 3; Student Council 2; Y-Teen 3.
ANGELA LAFAYETTE BROOKS
“Things bygone are the only things that last. The present is mere grass quick-mown away. The past is stone and stands forever fast.”
Band 2, 3, 4; Cosmetology 2, 3, 4.
LAWRENCE LEE BROWN
“We can walk our road together if our goals are all the same. We can run alone and free if we pursue a different aim. Let the truth of love be lighted. Let the love of truth shine clear. With the heart and mind united, be a single perfect sphere. LB KM"
Class Treasurer 1; Class Favorite 1, 2, 3, 4; Octagon Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 2; Wordsmilh 2; Computer Club 3; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Soccer 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4.
MARY ANN BROWN
“Superiority is always to be detested.”
82 SeniorsWANDA YVETTE BROW N
“There comes one moment, one — and God helps those who pass that moment by! When beauty stands.
Pep Club 3. 4; Computer Club 4.
CHERYL ELAINE BUFFALO
“It is best to love wisely, no doubt; but to love foolishly is belter than not to be able to love at all." William Makepeace Thackeray Vica Cosm 4; Reporter.
“Striving for success without hard work is like trying to harvest where you haven't planted." Cheerleader 1. 2. 3. Captain. 4; Secretary of Junior Class 3; Principal's Advisory Committee 3: TOFC 3. Vice-President 4; Winter Festival Court 3; Pep Club 3. 4; Who's Who 4.
CATHY JO BURRESS
“Train your heart to smile and your soul to sing and you will find blessings in each and everything. I finally made it! Thanks Mom. Dad. Chris and friends. I couldn’t have made it without all of your help.”
FHA 1; Pep Club 1.2; Maranatha 2. 3; French 2; TOKC 3. 4; Office W orker 1.2.
SUSAN RENEE BYNUM
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters coni| ared to what lies within us." Spanish Club 3. 4; Deca 3; Computer Club 4.
MICHAEL LEE CAIN
“Out on our own, and we're all alone in the shadow of what we have done, and I can’t help but think that someday we will be back home." Randy Rhodes Who’s Who 4.
MARY ANN CALDWELL
“The way to have a friend is to Ik one." Thanks Dad. Bonnie. Mom. and David. I appreciate all
ya’ll have done for me.
Spanish 1.2; Band 1,2.3; Pep Club 1.
RONALD LEE CARLOS
“Do or do not. there is no try."
ROBERT E. CARTWRIGHT
“Belief is a disease." Werner Krhard
GREGORY L. CHRISTOPHER
“We must have respect for both our plumbers ami our philosophers or neither our pipes nor our theories will hold water." John W. Gardner
Seniors 83CHARLES RAND CHUNN
“I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you. Before long, the world will not see me anymore, but you will see me. Because I live, you also will live.” John 14:18-19 Attendance Worker 3. 4; Close-Up 4; Computer Club 3, 4; FCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1,2, 3, 4; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; SADD 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; “Li’l Abner" 2; “Glimpses” 3; “Bye Bye Birdie” 3; Best Supporting Actor 3; State Thespian Conference 3; Tennessee Theatre Association 3; Cross Country 1, 2; Track 2, 4; Who's Who 4.
MELINDA ANNETTE CLINE
“Music is the way our memories sing to us across time.”
Intermediate Band 1; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Trumpet Section 1, 2, 3, 4; Trumpet Section Leader 3, 4; Trumpet Squad Leader 3, 4; Solo and Ensemble 2, 3, 4; All West Tennessee Band Tryouts 3, 4; “U’l Abner” Orchestra 2; “Bye Bye Birdie” Orchestra 3; Top Twenty-Five in Band 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4; Science Club 4; Artists in Action 4; TAPS 4; Norfolk Virginia All City Band 1.
“Life is like a penguin — they may look the same at first glance, but then it rains.” I love you Kenny.
SCOTT DARRELL COLLVER
“It’s not what I do, it's what I get away with.”
Tennis 2, 3, 4; Football 1; IKE 3. 4; Baseball 1; Cross Country 1. 2; Maranatha 2, 3; FCA 2, 3; Soccer 4.
MELISSA ANN COOK
“And whatever you ask in prayer, you will receive if you have faith.”
DECA 3, 4.
“Man is not he who thinks he can accomplish; Man is he who accomplishes.” Marching Concert Band I. 2. 3, 4; ROTC 2. 3. 4; Drill Team Commander 4.
LAWRENCE EDWARD COX
“The epitome of chivalry is my claim to fame. Although I reign supreme. I’ll remain the same." Principal’s Advisory Committee 1,2, 3, 4; Rapp 1; Male Model of the Year 1985-86; SADD 2; Junior Executive Band Committee Member 3; Nominee for McDonald's All-American High School Band 3; Scholastic Letter 3; National Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Excellent Rating at Solo and Ensemble 3; Mr. MCHS 4; Student Council Representative 4; Band President 4; Executive Band Committee Member 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Spring Orchestra; M-Club; Freshman Basketball 1; Freshman Football Most Valuable Running Back 1; Varsity Track 1, 2; Most Improved 1; Most Valuable Runner 2; Hall of Fame 4; District Seven Champion for Mile Relay 1.
DONNA S. CRAVENS
“Life is bliss; no person need suffer anymore.” Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
SHANNON DEE CREEL
“From your parents you learn love and laughter and how to put one before the other. But when books are opened, you discover that you have wings. David, thanks for getting me through my last year. I love you!”
BOBBY G. CRISEL. JR.
“To succeed, it is necessary to accept the world as it is and rise above it.” Michael Gordon. Thanks Mom and Dad. I love you all.
Vica Vab 4.
84 SeniorsAUDRA L. CRIST
“This is it kids. Rehearsal's over. Life awaits. Always remember the best things in life . . . Coca-Cola classic. Max Headroom, Bloom County, Saturday nights, and Visine. May all you prosper and party to the fullest. Peace! 1987”
TOEC 3, 4; Maranalha 2, 3.
VANESSA ANN CRUTCHER
“Do not dwell in the past, nor walk in the shadows. Now is your time to shine.”
Basketball 1, 2; FHA Class representative 1; DECA 2; Most Outstanding Award (Basketball) 1; Maranatha 1.
“I’m squimmer than a squirrel, faster than a deer; But when it comes to school, I’m all full of tears."
Vica Vam 3, 4; Secretary 4.
TERI LYNN DACUS
“Love is rare. Life is strange. Nothing lasts. People change. Thanks to my friends and family for all of your love and support. I love you all. Keith, you’ll always be a special part of my life — I’ll always love you.”
FHA 1; Maranatha 1. 2, 4.
“Good things may come to those who wait, but only those things left by those who hustle.”
Track 1; Mu Alpha Theta 2; Maranatha 3; TOEC 4; Rapp 1, 4; Spanish Club 4; DECA 4; Basketball 4; JFHSG 4.
EDWIN DUANE DAVEY
"When your pocket’s empty, when your heart is sad. When fellow-men distrust you. your name and credit bad; The man or woman who will then stand by you and defend. Surely be without a doubt a true and noble friend.” — Anonymous
National Honor Society 3, 4; National Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Rap Club 2, 4; Computer Club 3; DECA 3; FCA 2, 3, 4; Maranalha 2, 3, 4; Office Worker 4; M-Club 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Senate Youth Contest Winner 3; Student Council 3; Junior Class Representative 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; Rotary Youth Leadership Conference Delegate 3; Who’s Who 4.
JANET THERESA DAVIDSON
“I will find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see.”
Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4: Wrestling Cheerleader 2, 3: Maranatha 2; M-Club 2, 3; SADD 2; Paper Staff 3, 4, News Editor 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Homecoming Court Backdrop Committee 1; Community Day Queen Candidate 3, 4; Campus Life 4: Rap 2; Computer Club 3; TAPS 2, 3; FHA 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Close-Up 1; Key Club 3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Who’s Who 4.
DANIELLE CARA DAVIS
“All that is, comes from the mind; it is based on the mind; it is fashioned by the mind.” The Pali Canon 500-250 B.C.
Intermediate Band 1, 2; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3; “Bye Bye Birdie” Orchestra 3; Solo Ensemble 1, 2, 3; All West Senior Band Tryouts 3; Pep Band 3; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Science Club 2; SADD 4; Pep Club 2, 4; Octagon 4; Computer Club 4; Office Worker 3.
DANITA LEIGH DAVIS
“Though my feelings perceive it hard to furnish words. There are some things that cannot be hidden forever ... I love you, Greg!!! Thanks for all you help. Mama. M.A.B.,H.H.,R.H.,and Rachel Ellis.”
Vica 3, 4; Cosmetology 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT FRANKLIN deMARIGNY
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me, but thanks for making it that much easier Mom, Dad, Tammy, Amy, and all my friends. I love ya’II.”
Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; FCA 1, 2, 3, President 4; Maranalha 1, 2, 3, 4; SADD 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Computer Club 3; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Freshman Class Representative; Senior Class Secretary; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4.
Seniors 85DARYL NEAL DEPOORTER
“If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way.'
Track 2; Guidance 4; Baseball 4.
RHONDA J. DICKINSON
“I’m done with the first thirteen; four more to go! Thanks Mom and Dad and all my friends. I love you. Patrick!”
Spanish Club 2. 3; Beta Club 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; AH ETC 2. 4; Office Worker 3. 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4.
DARREL THOMAS DILLARD
“From your parents you learn love, laughter, and how to pul one foot before the other; but when books are opened, you discover you have wings.”
Football I; FCA I; VAM I I; VAM II 2; DECA I.
KAREN MICHELLE DOOLEY
“What we are is God’s gift to us. What we become is our gift to God.” Thanks Mom. Dad, Michael, and Allen. I love you all.
Spanish Club 1; Rapp 1; Maranatha L 2, 4; Pep Club 2; ARETE 4; DECA 3. 4, Secretary 4; SADD2.
MARTHA-ANN CATHERINE DRIGGERS
“I rejoice in life for its own sake. Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I got hold of for a moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before turning it over to future generations.”
Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Trojanetle 3; Junior Beta 1; Beta Club 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 4; International Thespian Society 2. President 3. 4; State Thespian Executive Board 4; International Thespian Conference 2; Stale Thespian Conference 2. 3, 4; Thespian Concession Stand 2, 3, 4; Thespian Awards Banquet Committee 2, 3, 4; Theater Showcase 2, 3. 4: National Forensics I-eague 1. 2. Vice President 3. 4; Best Speaker at MCHS 2. 3: Homecoming ’86 Celebration Narrator 3; “Li’l Abner” 2; “Johnny’s World” 2; “Glimpses” Student Director 3; “Bye Bye Birdie” Cast and Student Director; Computer Club 3; Maranatha 2; ARETE 2, 3, 4; SADD 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Student Council Representative 1; Junior Class Vice President ; Wrestling Cheerleader 2. Captain 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Hugh O'Brien Youth Foundation Award Winner 2; Beach Bash Decoration Committee 2, 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Decorating, Chairman 3; Prom Picture Backdrop and Place Committee 4; Volunteer Girls’ State Delegate 3; Guidance Worker 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Top 10 in the U.S. on NEDT 2; Optimist Club Award Winner 2; Baccalaureate and Graduation Usher 3: Close-Up 4: Hall of Fame 4; Who’s Who 4.
“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.”
Science Bowl 3; Football 1; Spanish Club 1; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Bela Club 3, 4; Computer Club 4; ARETE 3, 4; Who » Who Among American High School Students 3; Science Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Who’s Who 4.
VICKI LYNN EDGE
“There is so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the best of us, that it ill behooves any of us to find fault with the rest of us.” Source Unknown
French Club 1; SADD 2; Maranatha 2. 3, 4; Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; FHA 2, 3, Vice President 3; FHA Voting Delegate State Convention 2. 3; Attendance Office Worker 3, 4; First Place Optimist Club Essay 2, 3; Third Place V.F.W. Essay Contest 3; TOEC 3, 4, Vice President 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3.
GARY STEVEN ELKINS
44 ‘I see my future at the rainbow's end, helping arms, timeless friends, and if I ever chance to
find my way — rest assured I will slay’. — Bill Squier “Nobody Knows” Thanks for pushing. Dad, Ma. and everybody else.”
Baseball 2. 3, 4; Football 1; Pep Club 1; Maranatha 3, 4.
RACHEL E. ELLIS
“To handle yourself, use your head. To handle others, use your heart. Thanks for helping me through bad times R.P., K. J., Danita Davis, and especially Bo.”
JULIA MARIE ERVIN
“One by one the sands are flowing, one by one the moments fall, some are coming; some are going. Do not strive to grasp them all.”
National Honor Society 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Beta Club 3. 4; FHA 1; Pep Club 1, 2. 4; Hero II 4; Office Worker 3, 4; Teacher’s Aide 4.
86 SeniorsSAMUEL DOLAND ERVIN
“Don’t look at the mistakes of the past. Ix ok only into the promises of the future.”
Vica — Vam 3, 4; Vice President 4.
WESLEY D. ERVIN
“The one, absolute, unselfish friend that man can have in this selfish world, the one that never deserts him, the one that never proves ungrateful or treacherous, is his dog.”
Pep Club 2; Maranatha 2; Rodeo 3, 4; Vica — Vam 3, 4.
RHONDA RAQUEL ESSARY
“Women are wiser than man because they know less and understand more."
Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1, 2; Maranatha 2; French Club 4; DECA 3, 4; FHA 3.
LARRY GENE FAUST
“Nothing in life is to be feared, only understood.”
“To know what I know, and to know what I do not know, and to know what I think I know_
that is true knowledge.”
LESLIE LaSHUN FLEMING
“You give a little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give.”
Pep Club 1; Basketball 2; Softball 1, 2; Library Club 2; Track 1, 2; FHA 2; Rapp 4; DECA 4; Maranatha 3, 4.
KERRI DEE FLETTY
“You’re caught up in the power A blue magical maze Now the circle is broken In a spellbinding rage Better see if you’re holdin’ The wrong edge of the blade” — Journey Mom, Dad, Deana, Jolana, I LOVE YOU!
FHA 1, 2; Maranatha 2; Rapp 4; JFHSG Jobs for High School Graduates 4.
RUDY CRAIG FORSTER
“Too many problems the world can’t solve, too many people no one wants to be involved. Lack of communication.” — Ratt, Thanks to all of my friends and most of all Mom and Dad, for helping me through my high school years. I love you all. Ibanez guitars and Marshall amplification, exclusively.
Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Track 2; Wrestling 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 1. 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Spanish Club 4; DECA Club 3; VICA VAB 4; Year book Staff 4; Jazz Band 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; “Bye Bye Birdie” Orchestra Guitarist 3.
THERESA A. FRAZIER
“Do not wish to be anything but what you are and try to be that perfectly. Look Mom and Dad. I finally made it! I love you! God Bless!"
Volleyball 1, 2; Choir 2, 3; Science Club 1; Yearbook Staff 1; Powder Puff 1, 2.
ROBIN C. FREEMAN
“A true friend is one soul in two bodies. Belo — I’m glad you are my true friend. I love you!” Maranatha 1,2, 4.
Seniors 87DAVID M. GARCIA
“You’ll be here, oh what a pity, while I get out of this Millington city.”
Track 2; Who’s Who 4.
MATTHEW WILLIAM GARNER
“Be silent, or speak something worth hearing.”
Maranatha 1, 2; Track 2; DECA 3, 4. Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1; FCA 2; Who’s Who 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Science Club 4.
SANDRA A. GEASLIN
•Til always remember — forever in my heart, forever you’ll be. I know dial when I’m gone, you’ll be near to me.” Kenny Loggins. Mom. Dad, John: I couldn't have made it without you. I love you.” I love you RJ!
Computer Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; SADD 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3.
MICHAEL S. GEIGER
“To a man wielding a microscope, his own seeing eyes are blind.” Susan Sonlag
PHILLIP TODD GERTSCHEN
“Success comes from knowledge, and the greatest of all knowledge is the true knowing of one’s self.”
Student Council 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Class President 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Principal’s Advisory Committee 2; Optimist Award Highest Scholastic Average 1, 2; Science Club 2; Computer Club 3; Tennis Team 1, 2; Bela Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3; Hugh O’Brien Youth Foundation Finalist 2; Highest Average in French 1, 2, 3; Memphis State Math Contest 2, 3; Wordsmith 1; Science Bowl at UTM 2; Arete 2, 3; SADD Essay Contest Winner 3; Statue of Liberty Poetry Contest Winner 3; Olive Branch Rotary Leadership Conference 3; Tennessee Student Representative to Texas Sesquicentennial Celebration 3; Yearbook Staff 3; Close-Up 3; Rotary Exchange Student to Australia 4.
EMILY CHERYL GILLEY
“We live under the same sky, but we don’t all have the same horizons. I love you B.A.B.”
Cross Country 2; Key Club 2; Spanish Club 3; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Senior Homeroom Representative 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4.
HEATHER JOHN ANNA WILLIS GILLMORE
“Never let school interfere with your education.”
FTA 1; Spanish Club 1; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; FHA 2, FHA Reporter 2; DECA 3, 4, President 4; State Civic Project Winner 3; Principal’s Advisory Committee 3, 4; Attendance Worker 3. 4; SADD 3; TOEC 4; PACES Public Relations Committee 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Who’s Who 4.
DEBRA KAY GOREHAM
"We live in the present we dream of the future, and we learn eternal truths from the past. — MME. Chiang Kai-Shek. Thanks and I love you Mom and Dad.”
DECA 3, 4, Vice-President 4.
CHERYL ELLEN GRANIS
“Happiness is seeing Memphis in my rearview mirror." Mom, Dad, and Robert, thanks for all of your love and support. I will miss you all when I go to California. Yes, even you Robert. Goodbye and good riddance Millington!!!
Intermediate Band 1; Marching Band 2, 3; Concert Band 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Octagon Club 1, 2, 3; Wrestling Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Spanish Club 1; John Robert Powers Model 3, 4.
ANTHONY W AYNE GRUBB
“I’ve only got one other good friend who made it. It was rough, but I never gave up. Thanks to Letli, I made it!"
Football 1; VAB 2.JAMES D. HALL
“Friendship is like money, easier made than kept. Thanks to all the friends whose friendship I had. I hope it will always last. Maybe you will make something of yourselves and not become slobs. Let’s party!”
Mu Alpha Theta 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3; Bela Club 2. 3. 4; French Club 3, 4; Scholastic Letter 2: Scholastic Bar 3; SADD 3; Wordsmilh — 2nd Place 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; ARETE 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4.
SANDRA DENISE HALLIBURTON
“Knowing God is the best value of life . .
ROTC 1, 2, 3; TOEC 4; Track 1; Maranatha 1; Gospel Choir 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Who’s Who 4.
SONYA RENEE HALLMARK
“To the good friends, fun. and good times I lift my glass of wine. I hope life brings you what you’re hoping to find. Thanks to my family and Willis. I love y’all! Good luck Teri, Lakila. Missy, Debbie, and Eric.”
KELLY S. HAMM
‘From family to nation, every human group is a society of Island universes.” — Aldous Huxley
PAMELA SUE HANCE
“Life is not always what one wants it to be, but to make the best of it as it is, is the only way of being happy. Thanks Mom and Dad for everything. 1 love you.’’
Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; FHA 2.
BENJAMIN LEE HARDING
“I could be profound but my lips get in the way.”
Wresding 1. 2. 3, 4; Football 2. 3; Art Club 1, 2; OHHS 1, 2, 3.
RAYMOND V. HARRISON
“As it was long ago, a man’s worth was counted by the quantity of his enemies. I count mine by the quality of my friends. Thank you, my friends. Your gifts to me are a debt I could never repay.
Wresding 2; Computer Club 3, 4.
KEVIN DEAN HARWELL
“Taking my time. I’m just moving along. You’ll forget about me after I’ve been gone. Well. I’ll take what I find — don’t want no more. It’s just outside of your back door.” — Boston. Thanks to all my family. I love you, Lisa.
VICA VAM 3. 4.
DANIEL GARNER HATCHEL
“Time is too precious to waste and loo quick to count. Make the most of every minute in everything you do. Because the time you waste will never be relumed to you."
Wresding 1; FCA 1.
JAMES WILLIAM HATFIELD
“Life is full of disappointments, so always look toward the future.” Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Spanish Cub 1,2.
Seniors 89JOSEPH WAYNE HAWKINS
"The time I’ve spent in Millington was not spent wisely, but I’ve had a good time. So, underclassmen, don’t waste your time. Make the best of it while you still can.”
Football 1; Wrestling 1, 2; SADD 1, 2, 3.
ROBERT SHEA HAYES
"Everytime you win, you’re reborn; when you lose, you die a little.” — George Allen Football 1.2. 3, 4; Track 2. 3, 4; Basketball 3. 4; Aiasa 1. 2. 3; FCA 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3. 4; SADD 3; M-Club 2, 3, 4.
DAVID CECIL HAYS
"The only thing better than getting in a ‘tube’ is getting out of one!”
French Club 2; Ecology Club 2; DECA 3, 4; Science Club 1, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3.
GERALD ALLEN HEBERT
"Know the true value of time; snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of it.”
Football 1; FCA 1, 2, 3, 4; SADD 1, 2, 3; Rodeo 3, 4.
VICKIE LEA HENRY
"I would like to thank all of my teachers and friends for helping me through the last four
FHA 1; Intermediate Band 1; library Aide 2; French Club 2, 3; Newspaper Staff 4; SADD 4; Hero II 4.
RICKY LAMAR HIGGINBOTTOM
"Education is not what you put into school, but what you get out of it.” Who’s Who 4.
ANDREA RAE HOLLEY
"Friends are those rare people who ask how we are and then wail to hear the answer. Belinda and Renee, thanks for being those people. You too, Rudy. Ya’II are the best. I love you. Mamma and Daddy.”
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; DECA 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Computer Club 4; SADD 4; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Senior Activities Editor 4; Unsung Commendable 4.
TAMARA DIANNE HOOD
"Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” — Matthew 7:7
FHA 1; DECA 3; TOEC 3, 4; Library Aide 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4.
PATRICIA ANN HOUSTON
"You must do the things you think you cannot do, because nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. Do what you can with what you have, where you are.” — The Rati Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3; RAP 4; DECA 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4.
MARIA CRISTINA HUELSKAMP
"Only as far as we seek we can go . . . Only as much as we dream we can be. Thanks for everything. Dad. K.T., I love you!”
Beta Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; ARETE 2, 3, 4.
GENE EDWARD HULLEY
“If you don’t believe in yourself, who will? By the way, we didn’t lose any football games this year, we just ran out of time!’’
Football 2, 3, 4; M-Club 3, 4; FCA 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Wrestling 1; Spanish 4; Track 4; Who’s Who 4.
JIM EUGENE HULLEY
“Success is getting up one more lime than you fall down.’’ Jack Turner. “The true measure of my success is not what I can do in comparison to others, but what I can do in comparison to my own best self.’’ Thanks Audra
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Wrestling 1; Senior Class Vice-President 4; Pep Club 3, 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Homecoming Decorating Committee 4; Spirit Parade Committee 4.
CAREY ANN HUNT
“I’ve learned from my garden what Adam and Ev learned from theirs. It’s best to follow instructions.” 1 Love You DVD! Thanks Mom and Dad for everything.
Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Section Leader 3, 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Softball 2; Pep Club 4; Octagon 4; Spanish Club 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4.
TINA DINANA INGRAM
“I ask Jesus, ‘How much do you love me?’ This much he answered. And he stretched out his arms and died.”
Maranatha 1; Maranatha Staff 2, 3; Gospel Choir 2. 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Hero 11, 4.
PAMELA ANNETTE IRVIN
“I was a Millington Central High Trojan in mind, but an Obion County Central Rebel at heart. I miss you guys.”
FHA 1, 3; TOEC 3; Pep Club 1, 2. 3; Maranatha 4; Campus Life 4; SADD 4.
STEPHEN LEE JERMYN
“I can’t believe it’s now happening to me ... I remember I was asking why, and someday you said, ‘I’ll know.’ All of these years of fighting hard, and it’s finally come to close.” — Queensryche VICA-VAB 2, 3; DECA 4.
JERRY GARFIELD JERNIGAN
“Garfield and English have something in common, they both look marvelous.”
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Art Club 1,2; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4.
BELINDA EVE JOHNSON
“Sleep my friend and you will see that dream is my reality. They keep me locked up in this cage. Can’t they see it’s why my brain says rage? Now I’m OUT!" Thanks to my family and friends; Koala loves Grizzle!
Pep Club 1,2, 3; Sophomore Class Treasurer; JV Volleyball 2; Octagon Club 2; Optimist Award 2; Varsity Letterman 2; Attendance Office Worker 2, 3; FCA 2, 3; M-Club 2, 3; Varsity Volleyball 2, 3; Junior Class Treasurer; Athletic Bar 3; TOEC OEA Competition 3; Best Sportsmanship Award 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Highest Average in COE I 3; Perfect Attendance 3; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Science Club 3; Maranatha 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; Senior Class Treasurer; Campus Life 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Yearbook Staff (clubs) 4; Who’s Who 4.
“I will be like unto the raindrop which washes away the mountain; the slave who builds a pyramid. I will build my castle one brick at a time for 1 know that small attempts, repeated, will complete any undertaking.”
Principal’s Advisory Committee 1, 3; Close-Up 4; Pep Club 1, 4; Spanish Club 3; Science Club 3, 4; Octagon Club 1, 2, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; SADD 2. 3, 4; Computer Club 4; FCA 3, 4; RAP 1, 4; Paces 3, 4.
DONNA JEAN JOHNSON
“God grant me the serenity to accept the things 1 cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; FHA 1,2, 3; DECA 3, 4; SADD 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 1, 2, 4; Teacher’s Aide 4; Close-Up 3, 4, President 4; Washington D.C. 3, 4; RAP 2, 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4, Historian 4; “Davey Crockett” 2; “Bye Bye Birdie" 3; Freshman Cheerleader; NFL 3, 4; International Thespian Conference 2.
LAURA KATHLEEN JOHNSON
“laughing eyes and a laughing heart. What more could a dreamer ask for? Mom. thank you for all you've done for me. Alan, all my love and thanks for giving me the best dreams ever. My friends, thanks for the laughing eyes and heart.”
Basketball 1. 2. Varsity 2; Volleyball L 2. JV 2; ARETE 2: Maranatha 2; DECA 3. 4; Year-lxM k 3. 4: Senior Section Editor 4; M Club 2; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. 4.
AMY JANE JONES
“The real secret of charm and personality is a simple one: it is the priceless gift of a loving heart.”
Maranatha I. 2. 3: Beginning Choir 2; Food Service Hero III 4.
ANNA MARIE JONES
“Trust ye in the lx»rd forever; for in the lx rd God is everlasting strength.” Isaiah 26:4. To Mom. Dad. Lit, and Susan, thanks for being there when I needed you the most. I couldn't have made it without you.
Pep Club I. 4; FHA 2; DECA 3; Gospel Choir 2; Concert Choir 3. 4; SADD 4; Maranatha 1, 2. 3. 4; ROTC 1.2; Child Care I 4.
JULIA SUSAN JONES
“ ‘In this generation, in this loving time. In this generation we will make the world shine. We were born to love one another. This is something we all need.’ The Monkees. To Mom, Kathy, and Anna. I love you always.”
ROTC I, 2. 3; ROTC Color Guard 2; Gospel Choir 2; Pep Club I, 2, 4; Maranatha 1,2; SADD 4.
MICHELLE DIANE JONES
“Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else.”
Spanish Club 2, 3; Artist in Action 3. 4.
YVETTE PAULETTE JONES
“Without my mother and father I would have never made it this far. Without my husband. 1 won’t make it any further; when I'm gone I will miss my best friend. I love you. Stacey.”
Pep Club 1; TOEC 4.
CHERYL ANNETTE JORDAN
“Goodbye! There's always lime to say goodbye. You can become successful, just try People come, people go But in the real world nothing's slow Don'l wait; lime is gone. Because you'll be left all along. Life will still be moving on.”
Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 1. 2. 3, 4; Maranatha 1. 2. 3. 4; ROTC I. 2. 3; Girls' Choir 1. 2; HERO I 1; 2nd Runner-Up Queen ROTC Ball 2; Who's Who 4.
MIKE DAVID JOYNER
“I've got sexy women, money and a Chevelle and this city boy can survive.”
Football 1. 2; Tennis 1. 2. 3. 4; DECA 4; Basketball 1. 2, 3; Maranatha 1, 2, 3; FCA 1, 2, 3; SADD 1; Cross Country 1.2; ROTC 1,2.
PHILLIP MATTHEW MICHAEL KENNY
“W inning isn't everything, but it beats anything that comes in second.” Paul “Bear” Bryant Wrestling 1. 2. 3. 4; Cross Country 3. 4; Track 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. 3; FCA 3. 4; DECA 4; Maranatha 2; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4; Science Club 4; M-Club
2. 3. 4.
DIANE THERESA KING
“You have not done enough, you have never done enough, so long as it is possible that you have something of value to contribute.” Dag Hammarskjold
92 SeniorsJEFF KING
“An ambitious man can never know peace.”
KELLIE RENEE KOPP
“Destiny is a road we ride, sight unseen our thoughts untried. Through the years a million
miles, a trial of errors — a life of trials.”
Beta Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Pep Club 1; Wrestling Cheerleader 3; Arete 2. 3. 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 4; Teacher’s Aide 4: Who’s Who 4.
FRANK J. LaRUE
“The leaves are fallen all around, time I was on my way. Thanks to you. I’m much obliged, for such a pleasant stay. But now it’s time for me to go. One thing I got to do — ramble on.
VICA Club 3, 4.
ANNE MARIE LEESE
“The glory of friendship is not the outstretched hand, the kindly smile, the joy of companionship; it is the spiritual inspiration that comes to one when she discovers that someone else believes in her and is willing to trust her.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Flag Corps 1, 2; Spanish Club 2. 3; National Honor Society 3. 4: Pep Club 2. 3. 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3; Oetagon 4.
ANDREW KLEE LIEBENGOOD
“It was real. It was fun. But I’m finally done.”
VICA — VAB I. II.
MARY ELLA LIFE
“When love finds you, you feel it. When love leaves you, you feel it even more. If life has no love then loving has no value, because everyone is here for a purpose. Thanks Mom! I’ll always love you, Larry!”
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; RAP 1; French Club 1; Spanish Club 3: Maranatha 2: DEC A 3: Trojanette 4; Teacher’s Aide 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3. 4; Attendance Worker.
AMY LOUISE LINKOUS
“I want that feeling back again so we can be voung and innocent. I t’s shut our eyes so maybe we can be young and innocent again.” St. Elmo's Fire
Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Clerk 4; NFL 2. 3, 4; President 4; French Club 3; Maranatha 2; Second Place Duet Acting 2; “Dracula” (Crew) 1; “Working” (Crew) 1; Excellence in Prose 2; "Ll’l Abner" 2; “Glimpses” Student Director 3; “Bye Bye Birdie” Cast and Student Director 3; Debate 3, 4; Harding Academy Debate Tournament Third Place; Madison Overton Debate Tournament First Place; Treadwell High School Debate Second Place; University of Alabama Quarterfinalisl in Debate; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Senior Homeroom Representative 4; Senior Luncheon Committee 4; SADI) 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Theatre Showcase 2; Close-Up 4; “Godspell” 4.
JACQULYN DAWN LUCAS
"If you share your rainy days and sunny days with a friend, together you can create rainbows.” Thanks for sharing the rainbows. Mom. Dad. and Mike.
French Club 1; TOEC 3, 4; Teacher’s Aide 4; Attendance Worker 4; Office Worker 2; SADD 4; RAP 1; Maranatha I, 2. 3. 4; Pep Club I. 2. 3. 4; VICA Cosmetology 2.
MARY PAULETTE LUNATI
“It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness.”
Spanish 1; Maranatha 1; VICA 2. 3, 4. Vice President 4.
ALICIA MONTINE MACLIN
“Time is not measured by the passing of the years, but by what one does, feels, and achieves.” Flag Corps 2; TOEC 3, 4; Maranatha 4; Trojanette 4; Jobs for Tennessee High School Graduates 4.
Seniors 93GINA RENEE MALPHUS
“When the heart rules the mind, one look and love is blind. When you want the dream to last, take a chance, forget the past. Seasons will change, you must move on. Follow your dreams.” TOEC 3, 4.
VERNA JEAN MASON
“Life is not always what one wants it to be. but making the best of it is the only way of being happy.” Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, and Wayne, I love you, Ronnie, with all my heart. Pep Club 1; FHA 2; Spanish Club 2.
JAMES MARSHALL McCONNELL
“There is a lime for everything under heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1 -8. N.J.R.O.T.C. 1,2.3; DECA 3
“Life is something like this trumpet. If you don’t put anything into it, you don’t get anything out. And that’s the truth.” W. C. Handy
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; SADD 1. 2. 3; DECA 4
RONALD BLAINE McGEE
“It doesn't matter how you wear your hair, it's what’s inside your head.”
SARA JO McINTIRE
“Everyone is trying to accomplish something big not realizing that life is made up of the little things.” Thanks Mom and Dad, I love you.
Volleyball 1;DECA 4.
PAULA SHANNON McKEE
“Love isn’t what makes the world go ’round. Love is what makes the trip worthwhile.” Thanks Mom and Dad. I love you. Thanks Angela. Jerra, and Wayne. I love you.
Beta Club 3, 4; Cheerleading JV 2, Captain 3, Varsity Co-Captain 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; SADD 4; Rap 1; Spanish Club 3; TOEC 4; Teacher’s Aide 2; Yearbook Staff 4.
CHRISTY LOUISE McMANUS
“Others are affected by what I am and say and do. And these others have also these spheres of influence. So that a single act of mine may spread in widening circles through a nation of humanity.”
Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2. 3; Freshman Class Vice-President; Maranatha 1. 2, 3, 4; Arete 1, 2, 3. 4; Freshman Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; M-Club 2, 3, 4; Optimist Award Winner 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4; Computer Club 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Winter Festival Court 3; Hall of Fame 4; Math Contest Winner 3.
MISCELLA S. MEDINA
“Thank you Lisa and Teresa for such a great year. Thank you. Momma, for helping me through school. Also, thank you Bo for seeing me through everything. I love you.”
TOEC 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4.
“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.”
“Thf world is at your feet when you’re young and in fashion. You’re on the move; don't Stop for
too long. Don’t turn your back, keep your hand on the action. Just like a heartbeat, it’s here and it’s gone.”
RAP 1; DECA 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Varsity Wrestling Cheerleader 3, 4; Senior Committee 4; Pep Club 4; Attendance Worker 4; Community Day Queen Candidate 3, 4; Computer Club 4; DECA Competitive Events 2nd Place 3.
C. DARRELL MIDDLETON
“It is not enough to do good; one must do it the right way.”
ANGELA LOUISE MILLER
“ ‘For with God nothing shall be impossible.’ Luke 1:37. Thanks Mom and Dad for everything you’ve done, to my friends for all the special memories, and thanks to Tim for loving and caring as much as you do. I love you all!”
National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; JV Cheerleader 2, 3; Varsity 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Pep Club 3, 4; SADD 4; Rap 1; Spanish Club 3; TOEC 4; Teacher’s Aide 2; ARETE 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; M Club 2, 3, 4; Optimist Club Award Winner 1.
TINA MARIE MILLER
“ ‘God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can; and the wisdom to know the difference’ — Reinbold Niebuhr. Thank you Dad for being there for me. I love you always."
Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 4; French Club 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Optimist Club Award 1; Office Worker 2, 3, 4; Volleyball Manager 1; Maranatha 4.
DOUGLAS RODGERS MOORE
“ ‘Preserve me, 0 God: for in Thee do I put my trust.' Psalms 16:1. Thanks Mom, Dad, Cindi, Ken, Timmy L., Thomas R., Tom P., Mike N., Jim H., Gene H., Robbie D.. Rachel T., Nancy S., Theresa N., and all my teachers and coaches. You helped me make it.”
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Li'l Abner 2; Maranatha 2, 3; M Club 2. 3. 4; Close-Up 4; Hall of Fame 4; Who’s Who 4.
PATRICIA ANN MORMAN
‘‘You can never plan the future by the past.”
CRYSTAL ELAINE MORRIS
‘‘One should hold onto a good thing, for a good thing is hard to find. If you find that you might be losing it, hold on with all your heart, soul, and mind.”
Girls’ Chorus 1. 2. 4; Cospel Choir 2. 3, 4; ROTC Drill Team 1; FHA 1; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; DECA 4; Close-Up 4; RAPP 4.
TONYA MARIE MORRIS
“Don’t be afraid. I can meet you halfway. We can’t always know where the road ends up. but with some luck, I know we can go wherever we imagine.” — James Ingram Intermediate Band 1, 2; Marching Band 3, 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Maranatha 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Track 1,2, Manager 4.
KATHLEEN MARIE CELESTE MORRISON
“People come into the fibre of our lives, then their shadow fades and disappears; but all I usk of you is forever to remember me as loving you.” Warm Fuzzies Rule.
Pep Club 1, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; TAPS 1, 2; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; NCTE Participant 3; Wordsmith Alternate 1; Wordsmith Participant 2, 3; NEDT Award 1, 2; Glimpses 3; Concert Choir 4; Swing Choir Assistant Technician 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Copy Layout Editor 4; All-West Concert Choir 4.
DENNIS O’KEITH MOY
“To succeed — believe in God. Trust in tomorrow and have a dream within a dream, for no dream is an empty dream.”
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Jobs For Tennessee High School Graduates 4; FCA 1. 2. 3, 4; Maranatha 1,2. 3, 4.
Seniors 95GREGORY SCOTT MURPHY
“I am the light of the world; he that followcth me shall not walk in darkness but shall have the light of life.” John 8:12
Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 1, 2, 3, 4; SADD 2; Tennis 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4; M-Club 4; Pep Club 4; Arete 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Computer Club Vice President 4; Spanish Club I.
TERESA DAWN NEHLS
“ ’Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow; it only saps today of its strength.’ — A. J. Cronin Mom, Dad, and Allen, thanks for getting me through this year and making all of my days brighter. I love you all.”
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Trojanette 2, 3, 4; SADD 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Intermediate Band 1; Band Manager 1; Maranatha 1; Spanish Club 1, 2; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3; Computer Club 3; Octagon 3; Beta Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Close-Up 4; ARETE 4.
MICHAEL DAVID NICHOLS
“Winning isn’t everything. Wanting to win is.” — Jim ‘Catfish’ Hunter
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; M-Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2;
SADD 2; Teacher’s Aide 4; Computer Club 4; Community Day King Candidate 3.
SUSANNE KARIN OLOFSSON
“If you don’t do mistakes when you are young, you will make them when you’re old. I want to thank the school for giving me this opportunity to come and study here this year.”
Pep Club 4; Red Cross Club 4, President 4; Spanish Club 4.
TERRI LYNN O’NEAL
“Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.” Matthew 7:7
FHA 1; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Pep Club 4; Maranatha 4; DECA 4.
MARY CHRISTENE O’REAR
“Remember that you can’t always take; you have to give something in return.”
FHA2.VOE 3; DECA 3
STEVE RAY ORTEGO
“You know I don’t get off working day after day. I’ve had some fun here, and there’s nothing like a party when it’s kicking into gear.” — Boston
MICHAEL OLIVER PACE
“ ‘The foql doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.’ — Shakespeare. Thanks Mom and Dad for your wisdom and support.”
Basketball 1; Track 2; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; M Club 2, 3, 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; Beta Club
3, 4; Close-Up Club 3; Octagon Club 2; Maranatha 4; Computer Club 3, 4, President 4; Teacher’s Aide 4; leaders of MCHS 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3»
NICHOLE A. PALADINO
“Loved people are loving people.” Ann Landers
“Today s dreams are tomorrow’s future, but there’s something so beautiful in common on one’s very own inmost thoughts in another. In one way it’s one of the greatest pleasures one has. A special thanks to Tyrone Garner.”
ROTC 1, 2; Drill Team 1, 2; Track 1; Volleyball 1; Pep Club 1, 3; Maranatha 3, 4; Homeroom Representative Committee 4; HERO 4.
96 SeniorsLETTI MARLENE PEMBER
“Everything I do today will affect my tomorrow. I’ve worked hard to make my tomorrow easier. Now tomorrow is here and I am ready. There isn’t a thing that will get in my way! Thank you for making me so happy, Tony.”
Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1; Maranatha 2; VICA-Cosmetology 2, 3, President 4; Wrestling Cheerleader 1; National Honor Society 3, 4.
STEPHANE G. PLEAU
“First of all, I would like to thank all teachers and students who have accepted me and my French accent with open arms in this school. Being from Canada, I have seen several differences, like the school system and weather. But what 1 really like here is the unique American style. I like all the country music that I couldn't find anywhere else. My dream is to have a good business and my wish is that everybody can do something exciting like I did this year.”
Foreign Exchange Student 4.
DEBRA LYNN POOL
“True friends are like rainbows; they last forever! Thanks for ail my friends and all the partying times. I’ll never forget them. Thanks so much Mama. Daddy, and Donald. I couldn't have made it without ya’ll. I’ll love ya’ll forever!”
Pep Club 1; VICA-Cosmetology 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; DECA 4; Attendance Worker 4.
“To my Grandmom: I’ve finally done it! It’s about time. Thanks to you and all of my teachers. A special thanks to Miss Glenn. I love all of you.”
Rodeo Club 3, 4, President 4; VICA-Vam 3, 4.
MELISSA TONETTE PRATHER
“The Lord gives us but two lives. The first one on earth, you are supposed to live righteous. If you do so, the second, eternal life, you have the right to live.”
Intermediate Band 1; Gospel Choir 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 4; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1; Spanish Club 4; SADD 4; Track 4; Debate 4; ROTC 1; Girls’ Choir 1, 2, 3.
THOMAS EDWARD PRICE
“You’re the master of your own destiny, so give and lake the best that you can.”
Track 1; Wrestling 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Computer Club 3; ARETE 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Boys’ Stale 3; Mu Alplia Theta Vice-President 4; Who’s Who 4; Hall of Fame 4.
WAYNE MARION PRICE
“I understand about iudecisioii, I don’t care if I get behind. People living in competition — All 1 want is my peace of mind.” — Boston
Marching Conccrt Band 2, 3, 4; Intermediate Band 1; Solo and Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; SADD 3, 4; Rodeo 1, 4; Sergeant at Arms 4; AIASA 1, 4; “Li’l Abner” Orchestra 2; Most Talented Musician 2; Top Twelve 2; Most Improved 2; Squad Leader 3.
KEN W. PRIEST
“Well, Mom. I finally made it. Thanks for helping me through the tough times. ‘Love, Ken.’ To the class of 1987 — You’re the best!”
Maranatha 4; Drafting I and II; Computer Club 4; Pep Club 1, 4.
KRISTIN ANNE RANDALL
“Unreal friendship may turn to real. But real friendship, once ended, cannot be mended.”
Bela Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4.
FRANKLIN DENAIL RANSOM
“We can’t change yesterday, that is quite clear, nor begin on tomorrow until it is here, so all that is left for you and for me is to make today the best it can be.”
Football 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who 4.
Seniors 97SYBIL L. RANSOM
“To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.’ — Ecclesiastes 3:1. Thanks Mom. Dad. Travis. Kim. Stephanie. Jennifer, and all adopted family members. I love you all so much!
Principal's Advisory Committee 1. 2; Maranatha I. 2. 3; Arete 2. 3, 4: Beta Club 2. 3. I; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Science ('dub 3. 4; Spanish Club 2. President 3; Computer Club 4: Student Council Representative 2. 3, President 4; “l.i’l Abner": “All in Disguise" Stage Crew: “Glimpses" All-Star Cast. Rest Supporting Actress: “Bye, Bye Birdie": “Godspell": Yearbook 3, 4: International Thespian Society 2. 3. Advisory Board 4: Sadie Hawkins Committee 3: Winter Festival 2. Queen 3; Miss MCHS 4: Girls' State Delegate 3: Rotary Club leadership Seminar Award 3: Millington environmental Improvement Commission 4; Paces Public Relations Committee 3. 4; Summer IICOP Student at I T 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. 4; Trojan Literary Magazine 2; MSU Math Contest 1; Theatre Showcase 3: International Thespian Festival 2: Hall of Fame 4.
ANDY TREY RAY
“I've been through you, you've been through me: sometimes a friend is the hardest to see: We always know when it’s laid on tin line, nobody else is as easy to find. I love you. Lisa, today, tomorrow, forever."
Wrestling 2. Stale 3. 4: Tennis 2. 3: Maranatha I. 2. 3, 4; FCA 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 4; Computer Club 4: M Club 2. 3. 4.
RONALD WANYE RAY
“Again. I tell you. it’s easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God.”
Football 2. 3.4: M Club 2. 3. 4.
WILLIAM TULLY REED
“What does not kill me can only make me stronger." — G. Gordon Liddy Maranatha 1,2; ROTC 1.2; Teacher’s Aide 3. 4
CINDY DENISE REYNOLDS
“If you can live the life that you ! elieve in and trust your judgment and maturity, then y ou’ll bo not just happy and successful, but the worthwhile person you are meant to be. See y'all at the Party!" — CR
Pep Club I: Spanish Club 1: Volleyball I; M Club 1,2: JV Cheerleader 2: Cosmetology 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4: Who's Who 4.
W ALTER CULLEN RHINEHART
“Pay attention to what you arr taught, and you will Ik- successful, tiust in the Lord, and you will be happy." Proverbs 16:20
Wresting 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1; French Club 2. 4: M Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 1. 2. 3. 4; Octagon Club 2; SADD 3. 4: Freshman Basketball I: DECA 4: IKK 3. 4: W ho's Who 4.
DONNA E. ROE
“ ‘I love you not only for who you are but for what you make me when I am with you.’ Many thanks for all those who have helped me throughout the years. Especially Dad. Barbara. Mike. David, Alicia, Donna, and last, but not least, Jeff and Todd.”
VICA Cosmetology 4: Pep Club 3, 4.
PAUL BRIAN ROE
“We should all be concerned about the future because we will have to spend the rest of our lives there."
Pep Club 1,2, 3; Spanish Club 4; Maranatha 3, 4: Computer Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
“Respect is what we owe; love is what we give."
THOMAS MICHAEL ROELKE
“Walking down this rocky road, wondering where my life is leading, rolling on to the biller end. finding out along the way what it takes to keep love living, you should know how it feels my friend . . .”
Football I. 2. 3. 4: FCA I. 2. 3. 4: M Club 2. 3. 4: Baseball 3. 4: Polo Club 2. 3: Track 1: Maranatha 1, 2, 3. 4; Pep Club I. 2. 3; Scuba Diving Club 1. 2. 4: Trojan Club 4: Spanish Club 3; IKE 3. 4; Octagon Club 2. 3; Lifeguard Club 3. 4; VICA VAM 3; SADD 3.
98 SeniorsCASEY LYNN SADLON
44 You can do any tiling you make up your mind to do. Never underestimate yout inner most
abilities. Cod bless you. Thanks Mrs. Wilson. Dad, and Mom for believing in me and for all the support.”
Softball 1; Girls’ Track 1; Basketball Manager 1; Tutor for the Proficiency Test 1: Maranatha 1; Pep Club 1, 4; Campus Life 4; DECA 4; SADD 4; Close-Up 4; Guidance 2.
ERIC DAMON SANDERS
“I’m out for my own, out to be free one with my mind, they just can’t see. No need to hear things that they say, life’s for my own to live my own way.” — Metallica. Thanks Mom and Dad for all your support.
Stage Crew for “W orking” and “Dracula” 2; Soccer 1, 4; DECA 4.
KATHRYN LOREINE SANDOZ
“Yesterday is a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision; But today well-lived, makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope.”
French Club 3; Basketball 1; FHA 1.2, 3; FBU 3; TOEC 4; FTA 3.
ROBERT F. SETZER II
“Winning isn’t everything, but it beats anything that comes in second.” — Paul W. “Bear” Bryant
Computer Club 3; Spanish Club 1, 2; French Club 3: Pep Club 1. 3, 4; Maranatha 2, 3, Staff 2; Octagon Club 4; SADD 4; Fashion Club 2; Red Cross Award 1; Beginning Band 2; Most Talented 2; Most Improved 2; Marching Band 3. 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Solo and Ensemble 3. 4; "Bye Bye Birdie” Orchestra 3; Band Boosters 2, 3. 4; Yearbook Staff Sports Editor 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4.
EARNEST JOSEPH SHEFFIELD
“He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.” Through all my excuses, I have two people who have stuck by me. I love you. Mom and Tamil Baseball 1; Basketball 1; FCA 1, 2, 4; Maranatha 2. 4; Vica-Vam 4, President 4; SADD 3. 4; Rodeo 1, 2; DECA 3; Rapp 4; Octagon 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Science Club 3; Student-Teachers Relationship Committee 4; Who’s Who 4.
MICHAEL C. SHERRILL
‘We are confronted with insurmountable opportunities.” — Pogo
TRACEY YVONNE SHIPP
“I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are
moving.” — Oliver Wendell Holmes
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; SADD 3.
JOHN CURTIS SIGLER
“Lord, help me to remember that nothing is going to happen today that you and I can’t handle.” Pep Club 1,3; AIASA 1.2; TAPS 4.
SHAUN ASHLEY SIPE
"In God have I put my trust: I will not be afraid what man can do unto me." Psalms 56:11. You did it Mom and Dad! I love you. S L Inc. lives! Thanks Robert, Jennifer, Stephanie, and Gabby for all your help.
Arete 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 1. 2; Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Boys' State 3; Newspaper Staff 3, 4. Editor 4; Bausch Lornb Medalist 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3.
RONALD ELLIS SLOAN
“Persistence is the key to success.”
Spanish Club 1; Octagon Club 2; Maranatha 1; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Computer Club 4.
Seniors 99DENNIS D. SMITH
“I had lo see what I could do in ihc place no one else would go.” — Stokely Carmichael
ELIZABETH MARIE SMITH
“There is no coming lo consciousness, except through pain.” Carl Jung Pep Club 1.2; SADI) 2; DEC A 2; TOEC 4
GEORGIA GAY SMITH
“In a time of drastic change, it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped lo live in a world that no longer exists. I love you. Greg.”
Pep Club 1, 2. 3. 4; FCA 1. 2: FHA 2; Maranalha I, 2. 3. 4; SADD 2; TOEC Treasurer 3. 4; Attendance Worker 4; Teacher's Aide 3. 4.
STACY ARLENE SMITH
“I have had playmates, 1 have had companions, in my days of childhood, in my joyful schoolday s — All. all are gone, the old familiar faces.” Charles l mb
Wrestling Cheerleader 2; Beta Club 4; National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 3; TOEC 3, 4; Chorus L 2.
DARYL KIRK SNEED
“Ignorance is the curse of God, know ledge the wing wherewith we fly to heaven.”
Arete 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Boys’ State 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Spanish Club 3; Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Editor 4; Ole Miss Superior Yearbook Workshop Award 3; Regional Math Competition (Algebra I. Algebra II) 2, 3; Mu Alpha Theta 4, President 4; Computer Club 4; SADD 4; Who’s Who 4; Hall of Fame 4.
“The pain of leaving those you grow to love is only the prelude lo an understanding of yourself and others.” Shirley Maclaine
MICHELLE ANN SOLAN
“Now and then a few seem that they care about the others, they’re aware of what tomorrow brings and it’s a hopeless feeling. If you know you fear as I do, let me know. We can say that we’re not alone and the rest will follow.” Circle Jerks Bela Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; SADD 3; Close Up 3. 4.
CONSTANCIA RENEE SORIANO
“Welcome to where lime stands still. No one leaves and no one will. Moon is full never seems to change. Just labeled mentally deranged.” Metallica. “Thanks to my family and friends. Shawn, your cuddle bunny loves you.”
Spanish Club 2. 3; SADD 2. 4; Computer Club 3, 4; Beta Club 3. 4; Maranalha 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Freshman Section Editor 4; Photographer 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3.
NANCY KATHLEEN SPARKS
“Being a Senior is just the beginning! Thank you for all your love and support Mom, Dad. and Paul. I love you.”
FCA 1; Student Council Representative 1; Miss HSHS Alternate 1; Gymnastics 1; Spanish Club 1, 2. Secretary 2; Pep Club 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 3; Trojanette 3; Thespians 3, 4; Computer Club 2; Octagon Club 3; Secretary 3; Close-Up Club 4; SADD 3, 4; Board of Directors 3, 4; McDonald’s All American High School Band 3; MSU Math Competition 3; Flag Corps 1, 2, 3, 4. Co-Captain 2, Captain 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Hall of Fame 4.
CAROL ANN STEWART
“Be proud of who and what you are, for what you think of yourself is much more important than what others think of you. Thank you. Mom and Dad. for everything. 1 love you both very much. 1 love you, sis!”
FHA 1, 2, 3; Reporter 4; Maranalha I, 2, 3, 4; Drama 3; “If you ask me . . .” Participant 3; Attendance Worker 4; SADD 4; Girls’ Choir 1,2, 3.
V iDENISE D. STEWART
“Whal the heart knows today, the mind will understand tomorrow.”
Pep Club 1;FHA 1; Vica 1,2,3. 4; Track 2.
SONYA MICHELLE STEWART
“Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. 1 may not be able to reach them just yet, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead.” — Louisa May Alcott
Arete 1, 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 3; Beta Club 2, 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Trojanette 2; French Club 3, 4; Choir 1. 2; Homecoming Decorating Committee 1, 2; Yearbook 3, 4; Kditor of Photography 4; Student Council 4; Senior Class President 4; Community Day Queen 2; Senior Flower Committee 4; Office Worker 4; Maranatha 4; SADD 4; Who Who Among American High School Students 3. 4; National Congress ol Class Presidents 4; Hall of Fame 4; Who's Who 4; Scholastic Letter 1; Bar 2. 3. 4: Quill and Scroll 4.
THOMAS II. STEWART
“The softer you sing, the louder you’re heard.” — Donovan.
BRIAN COLLINS STILES
“The most skillful flattery is to let a person talk on. and be a listener.’ Pep Club 3, 4.
STACEY LYNN STUBBLEFIELD
“It is unfortunate that part of our adolescent years are wasted when so much lies ahead. Still, be true to yourself. There is life after high school.”
Pep Club 1; Concert Choir 2. 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Maranatha 4.
RHONDA LYNN SULLIVAN
“When the heart rules the mind, one look and love is blind. When you want the dream to last, lake a chance, forget the past.”
PTA Play 1; Flag Corps 2; Marching Band 2: Pep Club 2. 4: Compuer Club 4; Spanish Club 3.
LISA LYNN SW ARTZ
Kelly, you have been the best thing in my high school life and I love you. Thanks Mom and Dad. Good luck Crislie. Leslie, you are the best friends ever.
RAP 4; Office Worker 2; JV Cheerleader 3; TOLL 3, 4; SADD 4; MCHS Model 2; Miss Millington Second Runner lip 3; M-Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2. 4; Community Day Princess 3; Maranatha 1, 2, 4; Club Officer 2; Who’s Who 4.
JEFFREY JAMES TABOR
“Keep on, then, seeking first the Kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.” Matthew 6:33. Thanks Mom and Dad. I love you both. My sister Evonda. and Lara Tolbert, thanks for being there.
Pep Club 4; VICA VAM 1,2.3.
“Music is the timeless experience of constant change." Jerry Garcia
TARA KATRINA THEOBALD
“You cannot live life at all if you do not adapt yourself to your life as it happens to be.”
FHA 1, French Club 2; Computer Club 4; Senior Band Representative 4; Band Librarian 3. 4: Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4: “Li’l Abner” Orchestra 2; Pep Club 4; Teacher’s Aide 4.
Seniors 101JACQUELINE CHRISTEL THOMAS
“When two who love are parted, they talk as friend to friend, clasp hands and weep a little, and sign without an end.“
FHA 1. Maranatha 3, 4; TOEC 4; Spanish 4.
KELLY COLLEEN THOMAS
“All things are possible to him who believes; they are less difficult to him who hopes; they are easy to him who loves; and they are simple to him who does all three.”
French Club 2. 3: Computer Club 3. 4; Key Club 3. 4. Treasurer 3; President 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3; ARETE 4; Optimist “Unsung Commendable" Award 3; Wordsmith 3; NCTE Writing Competition 3; Teacher’s Aide 3, 4.
STEVEN WAYNE THOMAS
“It's casual" — Christopher Penn
Spanish Club 2, 3; Soccer 2, 4; German Club 3; Tennis 3, 4; Close-Up 4; Drama Club 1,2, 3.
RICHARD LEWIS THORNE
“A majority simply means that all of the fools are on the same side."
ROTC 1. 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1. 2, 3. 4; Platoon Cdr. Drill Team Cdr. XO, CO. Close-Up 3; Orienteering Team 3, 4.
MARY ELIZABETH TIETZ
“Our lives are songs; God writes the words And we set them to music at pleasure; And the song grows glad, or sweet or sad. As we choose to fashion the measure.” — Ella Wilcox French Club 1, 2; Gospel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; MSU Math Competition Algebra 1; Calculus 4; Concert Choir 2. 3. 4; President 4; Arete 2, 3. 4; Swing Choir 2, 3, 4: Madrigal Choir 2; Chamber Choir 3; Beautyshop Quartet 2, 3; Mid South Fair Talent Show 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; Bela Club 2, 3, 4; NEDT Award 2; Hugh O'Brien Finalist 2; Cookville Science Bowl 3, 4; U.T. Martin Science Bowl 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Secretary Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Computer Club 3; Volunteer Girls Stale 3; All-West Tennessee Honor Choir 3, 4; All-Slate Honor Chorus 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Tennessee Governor's School for the Sciences 3; Bausch and Eomb Science Medalist 3; “Working” 1; “Li'l Abner" 2; B v l Actress Award 3; “Bye, Bye Birdie" 3; “Godspell" 4; No tional Merit Commendable 4; Century III Leader's Award 4; Who’s Who 4; Hall of Fame 4.
RACHEL ANN TUCKER
“If 1 should win. let it be by the code. My faith and my honor held high; If I should lose, let me stand by the road. And cheer as the winner rides by.” — Knute Rockne National Honor Society, 3. 4. Secretary 4; Beta Club 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 1, 2. President 2; TOEC 3, 4. President 3, 4; Pep Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Maranatha 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 2, 3, 4; SADD 3, 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Leaders of MCHS 2. 3, 4; Winter Festival Court 2; Homecoming Court 3, 4; Close-Up 3, 4; General Clerical I State and Regional 1st Place Winner 23rd National Runner-Up 3; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 2; Varsity Cheerleader 4; W'ho's Who Among American High School Students 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 3, 4; Business Editor 4; Attendance Office Worker 2; Class Favorite 2. 3; M Club 4; Student Council Representative 1. 2, 3; Campus Life 4; Who's Who — Class Favorite 4.
ANNIE KATHY TUROSKY
“One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar." Helen Keller
RICHARD L. TYRRELL
“It was fun while it lasted but many times it was lough. Thank you. Mom and Dad for every thing and for understanding."
Maranatha 2; Vica Vab 1. 2.
“Life is a drink and you get drunk when you're young — I believe in life and I believe in love, but the world in which I live is trying to prove me wrong." California Shreds “hasta” — The Jam
Wrestling 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Yearbook 3. 4; M Club 3, 4; Who's Who 4.
CHARLOTTE LAREE WALKER
“All things bright and beautiful. All creatures great and small. All things wise and wonderful, the Good Lord made them all.”
Flag Corps 1, 3; Pep Club 4; TOEC 3, 4; Gospel Choir 2. 3. 4; Maranatha 3. 4; ROTC I; Female Drill Team 1; Who’s Who 4.
102 SeniorsKIMBERLY PHYLLIS WALLS
“Time and words can never be recalled. Thanks Davina. Mary, and everyone else; I finally made il! Mom and Dad, I love you.”
French 1, 2.
SUSAN ELIZABETH WALLS
“To have respect for ourselves guides our morals; and to have a deference for others governs our manners.” — Lawrence Sterne Spanish 1; TOEC 2, 3, 4; SADD 4.
JACOB ALAN WARD
“ ‘Two roads diverged in a wood, and 1 — I took the one less traveled by. and that has made all the difference.’ — Robert Frost. Mom. Dad, Julie — thanks for helping me get through. I love you. Class of’87.”
Physics Club 3; Thespian 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; “L’il Abner” 2; Beginning Band 1; Science Club 2, 3; Coif Team 2. 3; Computet Club 3, 4. “Glimpses” 3; “Bye Bye Birdie” 3; Yearbook Staff 4; French Club 2; Vice President 2; Nominated Best Actor for “Glimpses” 3; THSSDL 3; TTA 3; Theatre Showcase 86 3; Maranatha 4; Usher at Theatre Memphis 2.
LEROY WATSON, JR.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere . . . whatever affects one directly affects all indirectly.” — Martin Luther King, Jr., April 16, 1963.
Band 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Computer Club 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; NCTE Participant 3; Optimist Club Writing Competition 2nd Place 3; Principal’s Advisory Council 2, 3; Science Club 2, 4; Who’s W'ho 4.
MICHELLE LEE WELLS
“When you touch a life with love, you touch a life forever. Thanks. Alan, for touching my life. I love you so much. Thanks Tammy for making the last 2 years the best. See ya’ both on Graduation night. Mom, Dad, and Teresa, thanks for everything.”
Maranatha 2, 3, 4; TOEC 3, 4; Rapp 4; Guidance errand runner 2.
SHANNON RENEE WHITE
“Nature’s first green is gold. Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leafs a flower; but only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief. So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay. Thanks, Mom and Dad. for everything.”
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1. 4; Trojanette 4; ARETE 4; M-Club 2. 3; Rapp 1; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; DECA 3; SADD 3; Who’s W'ho Among American High School Students
STEPHEN E. WHITLOCK
“ ‘Most great men are dead, and I have been feeling kind of sick lately.’ Thanks. Mom, Dad. Chad, and L. C.!”
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; M-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FCA 1, 3; VICA VAB 3. 4.
TRACY L. WHITNEY
“Live fast, die hard, and leave a beautiful memory!!! I love you Ken. Thanks Mom and Dad.”
TOEC 2, 3, 4; DECA 4.
JAMES MICHAEL WILLIAMS
“Let a man, as most men do, rate themselves at the highest value they can, yet their true value is no more than it is esteemed by others.” — Hobbes, Leviathan
Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 4: BETA Club 2, 3, 4. President 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; ARETE 2. 3, 4; Science Club 4; Math Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; SADD 3, 4; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; M-Club 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3; Hall of Fame 4.
“Be yourself — who else is better qualified? Smile and the world smiles with you. If you love life, life will love you back. Time isn’t your enemy unless you try to kill it.”
General Chorus 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Computer Club 3, 4; Who’s Who 4.
Seniors 103SUSAN WURTZ
“There is no belter lime than the present.”
“I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen today, and I love yesterday.”
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Award 3 Female Scholastic Athlete of the Year 1986 3; FHA 2, 3, 4, Historian-Reporter 2; Pep Club 4; Trojanette 4; Beta Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Student Council Representative 4; Science Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Yearbook Staff Sports Section Editor 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 4; Hall of Fame 4.
FOUNTAIN DENNIS YOUNT
“All men have their frailties; and whoever looks for a friend without imperfections will never find what they seek. We love ourselves not withstanding our faults, and we ought to love our friends in like manner. Thanks Linda (Mom) I could not have made it without your help. 1 truly love you a lot. Bart, Peter, Bethany, thanks for letting me be part of your special family.” Thespians 1, Clerk 2; Historian 3; Clerk 4; National Forensics League 2, 4; Clerk 3; Community Day King 2; Computer Club 4; Close-up Club 4, Vice-President 3; SADD 3, 4; Science Club 3, President 4; Arete 2, 3, 4; Maranatha 2, 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students 3, 4; Millington Environmental Improvement Commission 4; Student Council Representative 4; Student Council Treasurer 4; International Thespian Board 4; Play Productions 2, 3; Theatre Showcase 2, 3, 4; Halloween Dance Decorating Committee 2, 3; Sadie Hawkins Decorating Committee 3; Marryin’ Sam 3; Beach Bash Decorating Committee 2; Homeroom FundRaiser Representative 2; Public Relations Committee 3, 4; International Thespian Conference 2, 3; State Thespian Conference 2, 3, 4; Community Day Booth 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show Stage Manager 3. 4; Stand 1. 2. 3, 4: Usher at Theater Memphis 2. 3; Fashion Show 2; Contributor to School Calendar 3; National Quill and Scroll 4; Yearbook Staff 3; Activities Editor 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Prom Committee Ticket Sales Chairman; Thespian Award Banquet Committee 2, 3; Cookville Science Bowl 4; “Working” 1; “Dracula” Publicity Crew 1; “L’il Abner” 2; “Legendary Life of Davy Crockett” 1st Place District 2, 2nd Place Duet Improv. 2; “Glimpses” 3; Best Male Actor 3; THSSDL 2. 3; TTA 3; “Bye Bye Birdie” 3; “All in Disguise” 2.
“Strength is found in kindness, courage in patience, and love in gentle hearts.” Shea Hayes and Vonda Thornton talk in the courtyard.
104 SeniorsTop picture: Doug Moore, Kim Tenorio, Maria Huelskamp. and Jeff King relax during lunch. Middle left piclure: Daryl Sneed and Angela Miller work diligently. Middle right piclure: Scott Murphy takes a break. Bottom picture: Jaci Aiken helps Cary Carrisoza pin on his boutonniere.
Seniors 105Before We Say . . .
Rachel Tucker, Martha Driggers, and Jaci Aiken model dresses from Susie’s Casuals.
Julia Ervin and Renee Soriano model dresses by Christine's.
JoLamc Wyatt in dress from JCPenney's and Dennis Yount in tuxedo from Mitchell's.
Rachel Tucker in dress from Susie's Casuals, Shaun Sipe in tuxedo from Mitchell's.
Robert Setzer and Dennis Yount in tuxedos from Mitchell's.
Mary Tietz and Kathy Morrison model dresses by Donna's.
Michelle. Mindy, and Sybil model dresses from JCPenney's. Shaun and Jake in tuxedos from Mitchell's.
All seniors await the evening of their prom. Because the prom occurs after the publication of the yearbook, the closing pages of the senior section illustrate the feelings of anticipation the seniors have. As the seniors prepare to walk the final mile, feelings toward friends become stronger. Along with their accomplishments, seniors will remember their prom for many years.
Seniors 107Class of ’88
This year's junior class has 364 students. The class of ‘88 is led by President, Sean Forbes; Vice President, Lori Fortune; Secretary, Wayne Arguin; and Treasurer, Vicki Travis.
There are 13 junior homeroom teachers: Mrs. Burdette, Mr. Campbell. Mrs. Arnold. Mr. Gibson, Mr. Hill, Miss Krebs, Dr. Kennon, Miss Norwood. Mrs. Pate, Mrs. Weatherly, Mrs. Wrhitehead. and Mrs. Wilson who is the junior sponsor chairman.
The junior class has taken part in many fund raising activities such as selling magazine subscriptions, cookbooks, and valentine candy. The class also sponsored the Sadie Hawkins dance in the Spring to raise money for their senior prom. The junior class is very high spirited and will represent the school well as seniors next year. The class yell is “We've got spirit 'cause we're great, we're the class of '88!"
Top right: Class Favorites: lx ri Fortune and Sean Forbes. Bottom: Class Officers: Secretary, Wayne Arguin; Vice President, Lori Fortune; President, Sean Forbes; Not Pictured: Treasurer, Vicki Travis.
108 JuniorsEvelyn Acosta Amy Aguilar Nancy Aguilar Angela Archambaull Wayne Arguin Mary Arizer
Carrie Ashley Melissa Austill Stephanie Baldwin Melinda Bamer Bruce Barger Keith Barger
Dawn Barron Danishea Barton Amy Beavers Johnine Benavente Tonya Benzel Greg Birch
Kelly Black Jeremy Blair Todd Blankenbeckler Joe Bohatch Chris Bomprezzi Bridgette Bowers
Chris Bowles Larry Boyd Tammy Boyd Chandler Bradford Rhonda Brannock Andrea Bright
Tonya Brooks Greg Brown Tracey Brown Greg Bryant Scott Bullock Angie Busse
Sharon Calhoun Theresa Calhoun Joleen Campbell Cary Carrisoza Danielle Carter Trina Cartwright
Joe Castilo Phillip Cauble William Chambers Greg Chance Julie Cheeseman Tonya Chipman
Charlie is a basketball player at MCHS. He enjoy participating in extracurricular activities and feels that with all the available activities, everyone should be able to find his place somewhere. Although Charlie considers sports interesting, he feels that school work is more important. He finds MCHS rewarding in both the academic and social sense.
Juniors 109Brenda Chrislopher Diane Clifton David Coady Melissa Cochran Tammy Collver Michelle Cooper James Copeland
Sheryl Couture Michael Cox Lisa Crisp Suzanna Cropf Robbie Culbrcath John Culley Kim Daniels
Erica Dawson Carlos Degree Buddy Dexter Kevin Doherty Stephen Donahay Jeff Donahue Rhonda Duke
Donna Dunlap Deanna Edwards
Michele Elliot Jason Ervin
Billy Eudy Jerra Evans Donald Fletcher Rob Flewell Sean Forbes Leveder Ford Linda Ford
Lori Fortune Kathy Frazier Rosalind Frazier Gina Fulmer Joan Fulton Paul Gamer Donna Gatlin
Keasha Ghoston Tammy Gibbs David Giles Randy Gitchell Melody Goode Angie Goodwin Crissy Graumlich
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Rhonda Gray Cindy Greer David Gross Scott Hadley Melissa Hagen Genevieve Haldeman Donna Haley
Lisa Haley Amy Hall Derrick Hall Lynn Hallock Howard Hammel Kathy Hammontree Levita Hampton
Karen Hannah Cheryl Hansgen Leticia Hardee Dawn Harris Melanie Hatter Tracy Hayslip Carol Hazlett
Jay Heath Robert Hebert Robert Hemmings Bryant Henderson Tabiatha Hicks Jimmy Hill Shawn Hill
Melinda Hodge Kevin Hollingshead Louis Holmes Stacy Holmes Donald Holsinger Robert Hoker Larry Hovart
Hosea Houston Jeff Howard James Hoxie Laura Huffman Cynthia Hunt Benard Hurd Susan Hurst
Reginald Ivory Audra Jackson Lafayette Jackson Melanie Jackson Ten Jackson Trena Jefferson Phillip Jenkins
Kim Johnston Henry Jones Lashawn Jones Maurice Jones Jeff Juneau Jennifer Kaniecki Jennifer Karsko
Juniors 111Angela Roberts
Angela feels dial Millington Central High School has excellent teachers. She also enjoys her classes because of the wide variety of courses offered at MCHS. She participates in many extracurricular activities. including band. 4-H, Close-up. and Bela club, which enable her to work with her school and her community. Overall her views of Millington Central are quite positive.
Rich Keith Richard Kelley Wendy Kelly Greg Kesler Jamie Kidwell Angie Kopp
Leigh Ann I abarreare Mark I tndry Monique I aRochelle Devonnia LeBlanc Samantha Lester Carla Lewis
Joey Linzy Christopher Utile Niki Long Robinson I ontok Charles Lorimer Kai Louis
Kim Louis Angie Love Stacey l,owry Amy Lucas Christy I icy Joseph Lundrigan
Corey Marlin Mike Marr Diane Marshall Michelle Martin Selene Martin Dave Masters
Robert Mather Allen Mathes Brett McDaniel Jay McGovern Belinda McGregor Deena McKee
Tammy McKinley Patrick McVay Sharon Medearis Andy Milam Koria Millen Dina Minter
John Mitchell Billy Mooney Pam Moore Devon Morgan Janet Morgan Anthony Morrison
1 12 JuniorsJoyce Moss Tyrone Moss James Murray Maurice Murray Joe Neam Alan Neville Freda Nicholson
Sean Nix Buddy Noe Christine Nolan Jeremy Odell Marty Oglesby David One ns Shelly Owens
Jim Palmer Karen Palmer Randi Jo Panned Cari Anne Parham Tim Parham Scott Parrel Don Peacock
Sabrina Peete Chris Peoples Gail Perry l aShonda Peters Shonna Phillips Sharon Ponder Jeff Poyner
Sam Preston Lisa Proctor Anthony Pyatt Carrie Quick Omar Rabuco Channin Raburn Stephanie Ransom
Frank Rector David Reed Tony Reeder Edward Richardson Jennifer Riddle Charlene Riley Greg Ritter
Lee Roberts Tabitha Roberts Tonya Rogers Diane Ross Theresa Rowland Kyle Royal Chris Sanborn
Tony Sanders Tommy Sandford Eddie Savage Bobby Sauers Scott Sawyer Steven Schoeke Steven Scott
Juniors 113Vanessa Scoll Greg Seals Ann Sewell John Sharkey Geraldine Shults Myra Sides Melanie Siebert
Jennifer Silvey Jennifer Sipe Chris Smith Chris Smith David Smith Michelle Smith Paul Smith
Steve Smith Tim Smith Cee Cee Sparks Shannon Stacy David Stanfield Sandra Stank Barbara Stephenson
Tim Stevens Todd Stinnett Deanna Stollings Da id Stone John Slone William Strauss Brian Street
Teresa Stringfellow Shelia Sullivan Amy Sweeney Lisa Swihart Roger Tagavilla Melissa Talley Raymond Tant
Lee Tapley Kim Tate Mike Taylor Teresa Taylor Shirley Thomas Melissa Thompson Shawn Thompson
Vonda Thornton John Tickle John Tilton Brandon Todd David Tracey Vicki Travis Deanna Tullis
Chris Tullos Melvin Velasquez Terry Vogt Tess Waits Debbie Waldon Laurie Wall Eileen Walsh
114 JuniorsRenee Walters Doug W'arren Samantha Watson Brad Webb Jeff W ebb Jennifer West Billy W hite
Larry Wildes Shelia Wilkins Jeff Williams Quincy Williams Reginald W'illiams Chevy Winters Cherie Winzenried
Lisa Wolfe Deanna Wonish Jerry Woodward Robin Wright Joi Wyatte Kim Young Vanessa Young
115Class of 1989
The Sophomore class contributes a great deal to MCHS. To raise funds for future activities, they have sold stuffed animals and Christmas tree ornaments. The sponsors of the Class of '89 are Mrs. Hawkins, Mrs. Armour, Mrs. Burk, Mrs. Stafford, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Dobbins, Mrs. Hurt, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Kasper, Coach Meadors, Mrs. Purdy, Mrs. Snell, Mrs. Tanner, Mr. Tietz, Coach White, Mrs. M. Williams, and Mr. Owens. These students have added much spirit to our school this year.
Top picture: Class favorites: Ashlce Jackson, Daniel Cipson. Bottom picture: Class Officers: Tonya Vamlergrift, Secretary; Tracy Rankin. Vice-President; Richelle White, President; Kim McCullough, Treasurer.
116 SophomoresTrina Adair Jennifer Aiken Brenda Akin David Akins David Aldrich Christine Allen Teresa Allison
David Archdeacon Gene Archer Tony Arvin Joe A shell Melanie Ashley Jerri Ann Atherton Tommy Bady
Kevin Bailey Bill Baker Steve Baker David Ballard Ricky Ballard Nicki Banks April Bargainer
Ann Barnes Stacy Barrom Thomas Barron Shea Bartholomew Kim Barton Christina Bass Bob Bathe
Shelley Bathe Gerald Beavers Linda Beckham Rita Beckham Matt Beld Brian Belinc Matt Belise
Jerry Bennett Mark Bennett Tabitha Bennett LeTona Benton Eddie Berryhill Tim Bierdz Robert Beckham
Regina Blankenship Dana Blevins Jeff Bohatch Eric Bolton Scott Bondzio William Bowman Lisa Box
Martese Branch Melissa Rrasel
Nicki Bray Damien Breathett Paulette Brooks Cheryl Browning Jeff Browning
Sophomores 117Jeff Brownlee Michael Brownstein Darren Burden Joseph Burnett Karsha Burnett Mark Butler Eric Caery
Lori Campbell Nicole Campbell Phyllis Campbell
Richard Candell Dennis Carson Tammy Carter
Kiwanda Cartwright Annalisa Castro Michelle Cattaneo
Thomas Cauble Riley Chambers Richard Chapman Sheila Chipman Clarissa Christopher Tammy Chummley Marie Clark
Carla Cleaves Robert Coe Malisa Coelho Michelle Collver Stan Condra Bernadette Cooper Kathy Copeland
John Coulliete Trisha Cox Thomas Crain David Cramer Deanna Crawford Tania Crook Elisa Crutchfield
Lynn Culley Mike Cummings Tim Cutlip Chris Dabaldo Steve Dabaldo Troy Davenport Chaun Davis
Guy Patterson sets up lor a Community Day gig.
118 SophomoresFelicia Davis Derrick Dawson Angie Delille Paul Dieckhaus Jamie Doggett Raymond Driggers Chris Dunham
Averi Dunkle David Dunlap Shannon Dunn Andy Dupree Arlene Kastcrwood Shawn Fdmonson Sean Elrod
Cynthia Epps Tamara Ervin Blake Farrell Tammy Fears Shannon Fender Catherine Figuer s Sheila Fitzpatrick
Christopher Forsythe Richard Foster Susan Freeman Michael Friar Lisa Fry Steve Fryhoff David Fuller
Michael Gales Maria Carcia Marvin Garcia Dawn Gardner Sheila Garner Eric Gates Eugenia Gatlin
Clifton Ghaston Andre Giden Daniel Gipson Scotty Gipson Denise Glenn Lisa Godin Carolyn Goodman
Kevin Gott Kimberly Graham Kristie Grantham Yolanda Cray Debra Green Michael Green John Griggs
Tyrone Griggs Charles Hadd Tiffany Hadd Mindy Haley Jon Hall Maurice Hall Stacy Hamilton
Sophomores 1 19Kristy Bryeaus
Kristy Bryeans was bom on June 13, 1971. in Memphis, Tennessee. She is currently unemployed, working only as a student. The book she has been recommending lately is The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck. Her favorite “pig out” food is candy. She says that no one knows, “I’m a Tennessee Vols fan.” Each year she makes a New Year’s Resolution to slop wasting time. A Christian Rock star is who she would give anything to meet. When no one is looking, Kristy likes to pray. To her, the most embarrassing part of school is, “when I make a fool out of myself in front of guys.” Her fantasy is to become a great singer. When asked
what everyone has
tried except her, Kristy replied, “doing drugs.”
Mike Hammond Wendy Harding Charles Harrell Dead re Harris Toscha Harris Cedric Harwell
Jennifer Hector Jason Henderson Rick Henderson Stacey Herr Kimberly Herron Steve Hinkson
Brandy Hoetger William Hogan Vadra Holcomb Lisa Holmes Gail Holsinger Jennie Hood
Jennifer Hood Kimberly Howerton Michael Huffines Laurie Hunnicut Joe Hunt Randall Hupp
Jeremy Hurt Darryl Ingram Patricia Irvin Carl Ivory Vernita Jack Ash Ice Jackson
Virgil Jackson Cynthia Jarrell Michael Jarrell Amy Johnson Anthony Johnson David Johnson
Derwin Johnson Dixie Johnson Michael Johnson Pamela Johnson Douglas Jolly Alicia Jones
Femecia Jones Lorenda Jones Talethia Jones Michael Jordon Joey Kaniecki Clayton Kasper
120 SophomoresTim Plunk watches with interest as the teacher explains his lesson.
Rachel Kaye William Kelly Dana Kennedy Torriano Kimbrugh Mary Kincaid Samantha Kirkland
James Knauss Kevin Kopp
Mitchell Kuitz Ricky Kuykendall
David Lacomb Tracey Lacomb
Charlie Laird Crystal Lawson Monica LaBron Joe Lee John Lee Steve Lee
Parastoo Leek Michelle Legaspi Tara Levine Gary Lewis Robert Lofton Cynthia Logan
Victoria Lopez Angela Love Holly Lyell Charlene Macklin Richard MacSaveny Susan Mahannah
Corey Malone Kim Malphus Daniel Martin Jane Martin Wendy Martin Darrell Mason
Darrin Kimes, age 15, was bom in Mount View, California. He is currently working on getting in shape, and the book he has been recommending lately is. Like It lst written by Howard Cossell. His favorite “pig-ouf’food is pizza. Each year, Darrin makes the New Year’s resolution to
“do the best that I can do on my schoolwork”, and he thinks that homework is the worst part of school. The person whom Darrin would like to meet is Bob Cibson. To become a professional baseball player is Darrin's fantasy. People who know Darrin think he makes bad grades. When asked what everyone has tried except him, Darrin replied, “drugs.”
Sophomores 121Wendy Mattox Becky Maxwell Krisla Mayhugh Michelle McClain Sherri McClain Kevin McConnell Kimberly McCullough
Kimberly McDonald Debbie McGary Tim McKell
Adrian McKinney Ortize McKinney Jeff McLean
William Mellon Jamie Menees Christopher Michael
Adrian Middleton Rachel Miles Regina Miller Angela Millington Eric Mills Violet Moore Jalana Morris
Sharon Mosley Stephanie Neal Danny Ncarn Jodie Nelson Melvin Nesbit Robert Newman Peter Niche I son
Heather Nichols Angela Nolan Dennis Norman Jason Norris Mary O’Conner Shalee O’Rourke Kimberly Oakes
Tina Oglesby Leigh Oldham Lisa Olivette Kenneth Parks Michael Parks Guy Patterson Jennifer Pederson
Billy and Greg search for an exciting book to read for Mrs. Burk's English class.
122 SophomoresLauren Pember Phillip Perkins Mark Perry Jesse Petty Denita Pfeifer LeAnn Philips Demetrius Pierce
Denise Pierce Mary Pigee Tim Plunk Jaci Ponder Stephanie Prachniak Lori Pruitt Melanie Pyle
Tracy Rankin Drew Kayman Angie Reed Jennifer Reed Dana Reilly Craig Rich Rochelle Richardson
Mike Riddle Tammy Ripley Tim Roberts Tony Roberts Carlene Robinson Mary Rogers Robert Roth
Anna Rowland Bobby Rowland Shawn Rummel Allen Rutherford Chris Rutledge Mike Rutledge Clurease Saddler
Mike Salyer Crystal Sanders Lisa Sanders Tyra Sanders Margaret Sawyer Tammy Schaub Staci Schmidt
Jennie Schneider Collette Scott Carlo Seals Kimhcrly Seals Shane Selph Dennis Shepherd Curtis Shilling
Joseline Shultz John Silcot David Smalley Andrea Smith Angela Smith Carl Smith Cathy Smith
Sophomores 123Lynn Ray
Lynn Ray was born on August 15, 1971, in the state of New York. The book most frequently recommended by her is Death Be Not Proud by John Gunther, and her favorite “pig out” food is pizza. To be a better person is Lynn’s New Year’s resolution. She says, ”... no one knows I’m shy.” To stop overeating is what she would like to do. Lynn would give anything to meet Prince. When no one is looking, Lynn likes to put on a Tina Turner hairstyle. To be in heaven is her fantasy. When asked what her friends think about her, Lynn replied, “They think I’m a genius; but I’m really not.” She says that everyone has tried alcoholic beverages except her.
Charisma Smith Dana Smith Greg Smith Ronny Smith Jennifer Smith Jenny Smith
Mike Smith Shanel Smith Steve Smith Theresa Smith Velma Snell Staci Snodgrass
Sylvia Soriano Bill Stech Brian Steele Tiffany Stephens Dwayne Stewart Laura Stewart
Shawn Storey Belynda Stroud Tammy Stroud Stephanie Stubblefield Linda Suggs Billy Suter
Jeff Tankersley Christa Tatum Tommy Taylor Stephen Thomas Terri Thomas Steve Thompson
Carol Tillery Robin Tilman Donna Tincher Ricky Trimbell Andrea Trumble Christine Tuggle
Ronni Turner Victor Turosky Nancy Uselton Tonya Vandergrift Andrea Vaughn Yolanda Vaughn
Jeff Wages Mike Waldon Shawn Wallace Jerrod Ward Russell Ward Garin Warner
124 SophomoresLisa Warner Bobby Watson Heidi Watson Mary Watson Chris Walts Mark Weatherly
John Wells Amy Westmoreland Marianne Wheeler Richelle White Ruby White Eric Wilde
Tina Wildman Linda Wilkins Kelly Williams Trista Williams Mashelia Williamson Rhonda Williamson
David Willis Charles Wilson Jeanette Wilson Charles Wimberly Milly Witham
Terry Wonish Donna Wood Ona Wood Wendy Wooton Shawn Wray William Yates
John Yates Jeff Zvolanek
Lisa Land, age 15, was bom in Pokahanas, Arkansas. She is working on becoming a cosmetologist. Her favorite “pig out” food is pizza. Each year she makes the New Year’s Resolution to make better grades. She says, “No one knows I’m an old country girl.” The person who she would give anything to meet is Hank Williams Jr. According to her, the worst part of school is studying. Her fantasy is to live in Alabama. The one thing everyone has tried except her, she says, is, “stealing a
Ashlee Jackson, Gina Miller, and friends say “cheese” to the cameraman.Class of 1990
The freshman class is made up of 420 students. Leading the freshmen through this school year are President, Brian Suter; Vice-President, Cindy Crawford; Secretary, Chastity Talbert; and Treasurer, Tonya Ervin.
The sixteen freshman homeroom teachers are Mrs. Bras-ington, Mrs. Buchanan, Miss Cardosa, Mrs. Nelson, Mr. Collins, Mr. Como, Mr. Creasy, Mr. Hendricks, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. Kincaid, Mr. Macklin, Miss Morrow, Mr. Owen, Mr. Terrell, Mrs. Werner, and Mrs. B. Williams.
The freshmen are obviously a spirited class. Their cheer is, “We are great. We are mighty. We’re the class of 1990.”
Top right: Class Favorites — Carla Parham and Jeff Kopp. Lower right: Class Officers — Brian Suter. President (not pictured); Cindy Crawford, Vice President; Chastity Talbert, Secretary; Tonya Ervin, Treasurer.
126 FreshmenJeremy Abernathy Michelle Achelpohl Matt Adkins Cassandra Alexander Maria Alexander Beverly Allen Dianna Allen
Michelle Allen Kamean Ameri Darrick Anderson John Archamboult James Armitage Carolyn Armstrong John Arrans
Scott Austill Monica Ayers Amy Baldwin John Ball Randy Ballard Marvin Barnes Melvin Barnes
Chuck Barrett Ellis Barrett Gerald Barrom Penny Barton Renee Batey Amy Baugh Davelle Beagle
Lynn Beaver Belinda Belk Felisa Bell Ronnie Bell Shelly Bendall Dana Henson Rhonda Benson
Casey Benzel Pam Berry Denise Berryhill Sherry Belton Laura Bingham Kendra Black Ronald Black
Tanya Blake Jason Blanda Shyrlena Bogard Theresa Bogard Brian Bolgeo Randy Boyd Michael Boyer
Tony Brannock Mary Jane Brantley Gaylynn Brasington Terry Bratton Terry Brooks Brian Brown
127Jar a Best, a student at MCHS, has adjusted to high school by making many new friends and learning how to push her way through the crowded halls. She likes the upperclassmen except at the pep rallies because “they’re a little mean.” Jara says, “MCHS is very different from junior high, but the school itself is just fine in my opin-
Tammy Brown T. J. Brown Rebecca Broyles Sheri Brunson Richie Bryan Donald Bryant
Stephanie Burk Glennie Burless LaChelle Burnette Tonya Burnette Tim Busby Charles Butler
Jimmy Butler Sam Caldwell Quinn Camp Ix ri Candell Kevin Carter (.aura Carter
Aniceto Castro Kelly Chambers Brett Chapman Richard Charles Heather Cheek Mary Cherry
Kanthony Christopher Patrick Christopher Ben Clark Tim Clark Tracey Clark William Claudio
Lora Clayton Alicia Clemente Angie Cobbs Kimberly Cole Christy Collins Michael Coppinger
Nicole Coulliette Cathy Crandall Carry Crawford Cindy Crawford Dawnyel Culbertson Jaimie Cunningham
Jeff Cupples September Curtis Tony Dandridge Danny Daniels Dawn Davey Jerry Davidson
128 FreshmenNico Davis Tommy Davis Angela Dew Shawn Dickey Sean Doherty Susan Donahay Michael Donan
William Doty Juliet Douglas Sheleda Douglas Kristie Duncan Jimmy Dunlap Ricky Dunlap Christopher Durff
Vanessa Dye Jessica Edwards Melinda Ehmer Stacy Ellis Slut w n End res Chris Ervin Tonya Ervin
Chris Faulkner Marty Finder Leighan Fisher Marlene Fisher Beverly Fleisher Kimberly Fleisher Mike Fly
Paul Fontanos Jeannie Ford Erika Forster Renee Fortune Shannon Frost Lance Fruge Lee Frye
Denise Gage James Gagnon Amy Garcia Rhonda Garmoe Sandi Gatlin Jean Gillarn Billy Gipson
Doug Coin Pamela Golden Christy Green Tammy Green Valetta Green Scott Greer Tim Greganti
William Grimes Chris Hadley Erika Hall Shannon Hall Brian Hance Danny Harding Robert Hardy
Freshmen 129Kimberly Harris Sheryl Harris Michelle Haller Jeremy Hawk Tony Hay Andrea Hayes Kenneth Hayes
Kevin Hayes Lelhia Hayes Marsha Hayes
Paul Hayes John Healy Malt Healy
Eddy Hemness John Henderson Richard Henderson
Amanda Higdon Malt Higdon James Hindman Jimmy Hissong Melissa Hoetger Slaci Holcomb Ed wan Hood
Connie Horn Shauna Hoschar John Howard Lillie Howard Julie Howe Doreen Hudman Cheryl Hudson
Jody Huey Catonya Hunt Clay Hurt Jennifer Ingram Harold Innis Melissa Jarrell Keith Jaworski
Angel Johnson Michael Johnson Shawn Johnson Amy Jones Cathy Jones Christy Jones Jacinthia Jones
Shannon Hall makes use of library facilities,
130 FreshmenPaul Jones Robert Jones Stephanie Jones Heather Keith David Kelley Patrick Kelly Stacy Kennimer
Theresa Kenny Jennifer Kerr James King Robbie Kitchel Carletha Knight Corey Knight Jeff Kopp
Theresa I JiComh Rudy LaCroix Chris Ledesma Sharon Leese Alain Legaspi Amy Lewis Craig Lizana
Shane Lloyd Amy Long Angela Long Tarnisha Louis Brian Ix ve Pechone Love Karma Lucas
Chris Lurker Heather Maas Christy Mackin Ronnie Markin Mendel Marklin Brian Magiothm Michelle Mannan
Tammy Maples Connie Martin Pete Martin Bonnie Maughan Charles May Betsy McCage Richard McCage
Angela McCauley Greg McClanahan Adam McElyea Shawn McIntosh Stephanie McMahan Eric McNary Robbie Meredieth
Jack Meredith Arthur Metcalfe Connie Middleton Maurice Middleton Scott Miller Ed Milner Amy Mitchell
Freshmen 131Deborah Moore William Morris Jack Morrison Kristy Moseley Aaron Moss Jo Moss Ronnie Moss
Wally Moss David Munford Lee Naquin Shaun Neely Leon Nesbil Bethany Nichelson Edward Nisby
Amy Noe Johnny Nun Michelle Oglesby Alex Olivette Karla Ortego Kathy O'Neal Alisa Oswalt
Eddie Overstreet Candy Page Carla Parham Rhonda Parimore John Pate Ginger Paul Stephanie Pierce
Angie Peden Tina Pierce Becky Pinlac Matt Pitnam Jennifer Polk Andrea Powell John Prather
Chris Pulley Michelle Purdy Steve Rachael Mike Ray Angel Redmond Heather Reed Marsha Reed
Eric Rees Teffanie Reeves Jennifer Rein Carla Richardson Charlene Ricks Tammy Rippe Karren Risby
Kris Roberson Kristy Roberts Nancy Roberts Eric Roland Eric Ross Michael Ross Wynman Saddler
132 FreshmenCole Sander Werner Sauer Debra Scarborough Sonja Scolt Liz Selias Jamie Sestina Jeff Sexlon
Lucy Sharkey Angie Shelly Andie Shelton April Shelton Kathy Sherrill Donna Shocke Tess Short
Richard Simms Donnie Slate Dale Slawinski Buddy Smith Chris Smith James Smith Jolie Smith
Lisa A. Smith Lisa S. Smith Sabastian Smith Shane Smithmier Katherine Socha Eric Somdahl Walter Starnes
Chris Stephenson Brian Stevens Chris Stevens Henry Stewart Brian Stone Michael Strohkirch Richard Stroud
Becky Sumner Bryan Suter Tiffany Sutherland Sherry Tackett Chastity Talbert James Taylor Kathy Taylor
Melissa Taylor Tonya Taylor T. K. Tenorio Becky Terrance Daniel Thompson Jerry Thomas Sam Tickle
Judd Tietz Brian Tilton Brady Todd Rae-Ann Towler Bill Townsell Agnes Trundle Paul Tucker
Freshmen 133Shannon Sullivan is really enjoying his first year at MCHS. He says that Millington has given him many opportunities to excel in different subjects and that he is just starting to realize his full potential at this school. Shannon hopes to accomplish many things this year including: doing well in his studies and making things work out between him and his girlfriend.
Keith Tyrell Darrell Van Vickie Jennifer Velez Gary Visher Jenny Vote Freddie Waldon
Cheri Walker Mary Walker Shelton Walker Carrie Wall Dawn Walls Tarvis Warner Shannon Sullivan
Kenga Warren Darrell Washington Darren Washington Hakim Washington Shawn Washington Robert Wassman
Chad Watson Desiree Weatherly Joe Weaver Julie Webb Chris Webster Jeremy Westrich
Lisa White Stephanie Wiggins Billy Wilbanks Aron Wilde Gigi Wilder Anthony Williams
Chris Williams Jason Williams Kathy Williams Kim Williams Wade Williams Fillipe Wilson
Jason Wilson Richard Winchester Steve Winters Shonna Wren Rosalyn Wright Jan Young
134 FreshmenTop left: Freshman Cheerleaders cheer for their team. Top right: The Rag Corps converses during lunch. Middle left: The freshmen enjoy an assembly. Middle right: Dena and Kendra pose on their way to class. Bottom: Students decide what they want for lunch.
Freshmen 135Color Us . . .
Rudy Forster Belinda Johnson Mary Tietz
136 OrganizationsOrganizations keep MCHS in step with the times. The two largest clubs in the school are Pep Club and Maranalha. Spanish and French clubs add an international flavor to MCHS. In addition, the National Honor Society, Beta Club, and Arete honor students who excel in scholastics while M-Club and FCA achieve athletic goals. Math Club, Science Club. Computer Club, and Close-Up represent students who are studying specific classes. Vocational clubs — VAB VAM. TOEC. DECA. Cosmetology, Rodeo. FHA Hero II. Hero III — work to
bring about better understandings of vocational classes. While Debate, Thespians, and NFI. talk of great ideas, Artists-in-Action paints pictures of beautiful places. When Rapp Club is busy sharing their views. Octagon and Key clubs inform students of community views. The Red Cross Club, meeting on Thursday afternoons, provides services to neighborhood hospitals. Altogether, MCHS organizations — while different in size — unite in purpose to keep our school timely.
Organizations 137National Honor Society
National Honor Society is an honorary club composed of students who are chosen by the faculty on the basis of good character and leadership potential. These Juniors and Seniors must also maintain an overall average of 90 or above for a minimum of five semesters.
NHS is primarily a service organization which undertakes at least one project to serve the school or community each semester. This year the club delivered Thanksgiving dinners from the St. Williams Catholic Church.
Seniors and juniors selected this year are listed.
Ferdinand Acosta President
Jenni Biller Belinda Johnson Alicia Maclin JUNIORS
Evelyn Acosta Pamela Moore
Wayne Arguin Anthony Morrison
Amy Beavers Cari Parham
Julie Cheeseman Don Peacock
Tonya Chipman Sabrina Peete
Sharyl Couture Gail Perry
John Culley Lisa Proctor
Genevieve Haldeman Omar Rabuco
Donna Haley Stephanie Ransom
Amy Hall Greg Ritter
Levita Hampton Angela Roberts
Robert Hemmings Jennifer Silvey
Audra Jackson Amy Sweeney
Henry Jones Lisa Swihart
LaShawn Jones Kimerie Tate
Jeff Juneau Melissa Thompson
Leigh Ann LaBarreare Brandon Todd
Samantha Lester Melvin Velasquez
Charlie Miller Glenda Walters
John Mitchell Jennifer West
Martha Driggers Vice-President
138 National Honor SocietyRachel Tucker Secretary
Dan Hall Treasurer
Anne I eese
Jol ine Wyatt
Mr. Price — Sponsor
National Honor Society 139National Beta Club
Beta Club is a national honor club which recognizes academically talented students. Students are eligible for membership at the end of the first semester of their sophomore year. They must maintain an overall average of 90 with no grade below 85, and a minimum of three scholastic subjects.
Mike Williams Ferdinand Acosta
Mary Tietz Rachel Tucker
140 National Beta ClubNational Beta Club
1986-87 Junior Beta Club Members: First Row: A. Morrison. C. Greer, S. Forbes, S. Hurst, L. Labarreare, J. Cheeseman, M. Hagan. P. Moore, J. West. Middle Row: M. Thompson, L. Jones, T. Chipman, A. Roberts, Treasurer; E. Acosta, Secretary; A. Jackson. D. Peacock, R. Hemmings. Back Row: L. Swihart, A. Hall, A. Sweeney, S. Stank, J. Mitchell, C. Quick, L. Hallock, L. Hampton, Sponsor — Mrs. Moore.
Beta Club — 1987 Eligibility List of New Members: 10th — David Aldrich, Amy Ellen, David Archdeacon, Ann Barnes. Stacy Barrom. Christy Bryeans, Annalisa Castro, Clarissa Christopher, Derek Dawson, Michael Green, Kim Herron, Kim Howerton, Ashlee Jackson, Mary Kincaid, Joe Lee, Michelle l egaspi, Kim McCullough. Debbie McGary, Regina Miller, Michael Parks, Jennifer Pederson, Stephanie Prachniak, Lori Pruitt, Lynn Ray, Jennifer L. Smith, Tonya Vandergrift, James Watts, Amy Westmoreland. Richelle White, Eric Wilde. 11th — Wayne Arguin, Stephanie Baldwin, Danishea Barton, Todd Blankenbeckler, Rhonda Brannock, Sharyl Couture, Michelle Elliott, Tammy Gibbs, Genevieve Haldeman, Dawn Harris, Cindi Hunt, Jeff Juneau, Samantha I .ester. Christopher Little, Sharon Medearis, Andy Milam, Sabrina Peete, Gail Perry, Lisa Proctor, Greg Ritter, Jennifer Silvey. 12th — Kristie Baldwin, Angela Briones. Susan Bynum, Audra Crist, Janet Davidson, Robbie deMarigny, Michelle Dooley, David Hayes, Vickie Henry, Emily Gilley, Cheryl Grannis, Anne Leese, Suzanne Oloffson, Robert Setzer. Tara Theobald.
National Beta Club 141Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Thela is an honorary math organization whose members have completed two years of math with at least a “B” average. The goal of the club this year is to promote mathematics in the school and the community. To achieve this goal, the members plan to produce a math video to present in area elementary schools.
Top: Daryl leads ihe discussion al a Mu Alpha Thela meeting. Middle: Officers: Ferdinand Acosta, Treasurer; Mary Tietz, Secretary; Tom Price, Vice-President; Daryl Sneed, President; Mrs. Snell, Sponsor. Bottom: Mu Alpha Theta Members.
142 Mu Alpha ThetaThe Science Club
The Science Club consists of a group of students who are interested in the Sciences. The members become involved in the Sciences through many activities such as the Tennessee Tech Science Bowl and the U.T. Martin Science Bowl. Speakers from science-related fields lecture at the meetings also.
Top: Mr. Como leaches ihe Science Club. Middle: Officers: Kimerie Tale, Secretary; Dennis Younl. President; Martha Driggers, Vice-Presidenl. Not Pictured: Anthony Morrison, Secretary. Bottom: The Science Club.
Science Club 143Computers
Members of the Computer Club are enrolled in the computer classes and are interested in computers. Besides having meetings, the club participates in computer competitions and sponsors a Toga Dance.
Right: Officers: Mike Pace, President; Cheryl Grannis, Secretary; Paul Roe, Treasurer; Scott Murphy, Vice-President; Mr. Tietz, Sponsor. Middle Left: Mike Pace presides over meeting. Bottom: The Computer Club.
144 Computer Club
The Key Club
The Key Club is the high school branch of the Kiwanis community service club. Its purpose is to serve the community and school through service projects. One project was to help the Kiwanis Club sell Christmas trees for charity.
Top left: Officers: Tammy Miller. Secretary; Jeremy O'Dell, Treasurer; Kelly Thomas, President. Not Pictured: Marianne Wheeler, Vice-President. Middle left: The Key Club Sponsor: Mr. Tietz. Bottom right: A Key Club Member. Cin-di Hunt in action. Bottom left: The Key Club.
Key Club 145The Spanish Club
The Spanish Club members are students who are enrolled in Spanish courses and who are interested in Spanish-speaking countries. Some activities the Spanish Club sponsors are the International Dinner, Halloween Party, hayride, and dinner at a Mexican restaurant.
Right: Officers: John Mitchell, Treasurer; Selene Martin, Secretary; Jolainc Wyatt, Vice-President; Suzanna Cropf. President. Below: Mrs. Armour senes breakfast for the Spanish Club. Bottom: The Spanish Club.
146 Spanish ClubThe French Club
The French Club is a group of students who are taking French courses and who are interested in France and other French-speaking countries. The French Club sponsors guest speakers, a French Christmas Party, a trip to a French restaurant, and a trip to see a French play. The club also has fundraisers to pay for workbooks and other activities.
Upper left: Officers: Jenni Beckham, Vice-President; Angie Kopp. Secretary; Genevieve Haldeman, Treasurer; Kimerie Tate, President. Middle left: Mrs. Hurt works with the French Club. Bottom: The French Club.
French Club 147Close-Up
Close-Up is a club of about thirty students interested in government and social studies. Several students attend the annual one week trip to Washington D.C. in the fall. Members also participate in State Government Days, Model United Nations, and the Citizen Bee. Close-Up members going to Washington are Donna Johnson, Jenni Beckham, Freda Nicholson, Melissa Thompson, Amy Sweeney, Tom Stewart, and Doug Moore.
Top: Close-Up Members Attending the State Government Days in Nashville: Amy Linkous, Michelle Solan, Jennifer Silvy, Frieda Nicholson, Bobby Hebert. Middle: Officers: Angela Roberts, Vice-President: Kiuieric Tate, Secretary; Mrs. Krebs, Sponsor; Jenni Beckham, Treasurer: Donna Johnson, President. Bottom: The Close-Up Club.
148 Close-UpVICA-VAB V AM
VICA-VAM and VICA-VAB are two of the vocational clubs offered at MCHS. VICA-VAM is a club whose members are enrolled in the Auto Mechanics courses, while VICA-VAB members are enrolled in the Auto Body courses. Members of both clubs are involved in the Community Day Parade, Spirit Parade, and State Skill Olympics. Faculty sponsors are Mr. Williams and Mr. Kasper.
Top: VICA-VAB Officers: Andy Liebengood, Representative; Tim Stevens. Treasurer; Rudy Forster, Secretary; Bobby Rowland, Vice-President; Jell Webb, President; Gene Archer, Parliamentarian.
Middle: VICA-VAB Members. Bottom left: VICA-VAM Members. Bottom right; VICA-VAM Officers: Sam Ervin, Vice-President; Mike Sherrill. Senior Representative; Billy White, Junior Representative; Mr. Kasper. Club Sponsor. Not Pictured: Joe Sheffield, President; Mark Landry. Secretary; Greg Kcslcr, Treasurer; Wesley Ervin, Parliamentarian.
VICA-VAB VAM 149DEC A Promotes Free Enterprise
The Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) develop leadership abilities, civic consciousness, vocational understanding, and social awareness. They are active in the Civic Consciousness Project; Regional, State, and National competition; and they also sponsor the Community Day King and Queen contest, which raises money for the Millington Community Day Scholarship Fund.
Top: Mrs. Rendall, Sponsor; Debbie Coreham, Vice-President; Heather Gilmore, President; Michelle Dooley, Secretary; Matt Gamer, Treasurer; Jonathan Dingman, Parliamentarian; Phil Kenny, Reporter. Middle: Group shot. Bottom: Heather conducts business.
150 DECAFellowship of Christian Athletes
Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a club that promotes spreading God’s word among its members. This message leads to greater sportsmanship and honesty and, thus, greater enjoyment of all sports. The club meets during club period to discuss plans to spread fellowship among the students of the high school.
Top: FCA Group shot. Middle: Robbie deMarigny, President; Samantha Lester, Secretary; Carrie Quick. Treasurer: Jeff Juneau. Vice-President. Bottom: Samantha and Coach Hendricks enjoy their guest speaker, Jim Kelly.
FCA 151FHA Shines Through
Future Homemakers of America focuses on personal development, family living, home economics related careers, and community service. The 1986-87 theme is “You’re in the Spotlight.” Chapter meetings include “Kids Safety,” “1 am Somebody, ” “Needs of the Hemophiliac,” and “They Drink, They Drive, They Die.” Club activities include FHA, HERO Day at the Mid-South Fair; Hemophilia Tag Day; Covington Manor Nursing Home visit; Shelby County Subregional Meetings; Secret Santa Christmas Party; Stanley Products sales; Community Day Breakfast; National FHA HERO Week; and State Competition.
Top: Croup shot. Middle: Vanessa Young, Historian; Kim Daniels, Secretary-Treasurer; Debbie Waldon. Vice-President; Tess Waits, President; Vicki Travis, Parliamentarian; Carol Stewart. Reporter. Middle right: Millington Future Homemakers prepare for their Covington Manor Nursing Home visit. Bottom: Tess and Vanessa take time out to pose while collecting money for the National Hemophilia Foundation.
152 FHAHero Child Care
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 daycare situation; and second year students serve as aides for kindergarten teachers at the Millington Central Elementary School. This year's club activities have included participation in the Spirit Parade, donations to Thanksgiving Baskets, and visits to LeBonheur Children’s Hospital. Mrs. Gipson is the sponsor.
Top: Karen Bell. Treasurer: Kim Walson. Decorations Chairperson: Teresa Bommer, Hospitality Chairperson. Middle: Croup Shot. Bottom: Tammy McKinley. Vice-President: Melanie Siebert. President. Not Pictured: Anna Jones. Secretary; Janice Robinson, Publicity Chairperson.
Hero Child Care 153Hero Food Service
HERO Food Service is a group of students who are exploring careers in food service. The students gain experience by operating the l ea Room. Among their many activities is an annual bake sale.
Middle: Back Row: Richard Kdlcy, President; Charlene Macklin, Activities Chairperson; Alicia Clemente, Treasurer; Michelle Coleman, Secretary. Kneeling: Kevin Donahue. Publicity Chairman; Darris Wakefield. Vice-President; Ricky Higginbottom. Refreshment Chairman. Bottom: Group shot.
154 Hero Food ServiceTOEC Explores Bright Prospects
The Tennessee Office Education Club is composed of students enrolled in the clerical office education classes. The TOEC club mainly provides exploration in the various employment fields and begins activities to develop skills that will aid these students in their desired fields. Club activities include: Officers’ Installation; a “Leadership” conference; Type-a-Thon for leukemia; Fund Raising; Regional, State, and National Competition; an awards banquet in the spring.
Top: Group shot. Bottom. L to R: Rachel Tucker. President; Georgia Smith, Treasurer; Vicki Edge, Vice-President; Cindy Greer. Reporter. Not Pictured — Missy Medina, Secretary; Sandra Halliburton. Parliamentarian.
TOEC 155SADD Provides Awareness
The Students Against Driving Drunk Club of MCHS is open to all students. Its purpose is to promote an awareness of the dangers and legal ramifications of driving under the influence of alcohol. The club was organized in 1984 as the second chapter in the state of Tennessee. Encouragement is given to students making the right choice about whom they will ride with and whom they will not. Their activities include Drunk Driving Awareness Week, participation in Christmas and Homecoming parades, MCHS Speakers’ Bureau, the Candlelight Memorial Vigil, Essay and Poster Contests, and operation Prom and graduation. The sponsor is Mrs. Wilson.
Top: Members of SADD give iheir attention to the film. Middle: Group Shot. Bottom: Jenni Beckham. Secretary; Audra Jackson, Vice-President; Teresa Nehls, President; Nancy Sparks. Treasurer.
156 SADDAs the Debate Rages on . . .
Debate is a form of persuasive speaking based on logical reasoning and evidential support. In order to enroll in Debate, a student must have taken Speech I. This year’s Debate team consists of Martha Driggers and Amy Linkous. Although Debate has not received as much interest from students this year as it has in the past, MCHS has established a reputation of excellence on all levels of stale and national competition.
Top left: Am Linkous and Martha Driggers. Middle left: Amy and Martha are caught in the act.
. . . Jiffy Englightens
Jobs in the Future For You (JIFFY) is one of the two MCHS organizations aimed at finding jobs for the students at Millington. JIFFY works with young women, ages 14 to 18, to create job-readiness skills. Because success in life depends on a successful career, these clubs are very beneficial.
Bottom: JIFFY: Sam Caldwell. Monica Ayers. Terri Beavers, Jan Young.
Debate JIFFY 157NFL
Through local, state, out-of-state competition and community-related activities, a student acquires points to obtain membership in the National Forensics League. Twenty-five points are required for membership. Points earned thereafter became credits toward degrees of membership. Throughout the school year the present members have been very busy attending speech and debate tournaments, co-producing main stage plays and one acts, and doing television and radio broadcasts.
Top picture: NFL: D. Yount, D. Johnson. A. Linkous, M. Driggers, S. Cropf. Bottom left: Mr. Collins, National Forensics League sponsor. Bottom right: NFL Officers: Martha Driggers, Vice-President; Amy Linkous, President; Susanna Cropf, Secretary Clerk.
158 National Forensics LeagueThespians Act Their Parts
The Thespian club is an organization whose purpose is to promote the performing arts. The club is open to any student willing to earn the 10 points needed to join. These points may be earned by participating in speech tournaments, plays, or festivals. The club activities for this year have included producing three main stage shows and several one-acts, sponsoring the Christmas Ball, attending the state thespian conference, and selling flowers.
Middle: Bark Row: Amy I.inkous. Clerk; Belynda Stroud, Assistant Historian; Dennis Yount. Secretary; Donna Johnson. Historian: Suzanna Cropf. Assistant Clerk. Front Row: Martha Driggers, President; Robin Tillman, Assistant Historian; Mary Tietz, Treasurer; Evelyn Acosta. Vice-President. Bottom: Group shot.Artists in Action is composed of students who have maintained an “A average throughout two years of art. All advanced art students are members, also. The club is involved in many community and school-related projects, such as the school calendar. These talented students are also in charge of all the art shows.
Top left: Group Shol: Michelle Jones: Melinda Cline; Kim Tenorio; Raymond Harrison; Miss Norwood, Sponsor; Kathy Turosky; Rob Flewell. Top right: Kim Tenorio works on his project. Bottom left: Raymond adds color to his picture. Bottom right: Michelle adds the finishing touches to her sketches.
160 Artists in ActionRed Cross Practices Life-Saving Techniques
This is the Red Cross Club's first year at MCHS. Although this is the club’s first year, it has a rather large following. The club is open to all students interested in volunteer service to the community. The club’s activities for the year included making tray favors for patients of the Navy Hospital, a field trip to Lifeblood, CPR and first aid classes, and other volunteer work. The club, along with Mrs. Whitehead, meets twice a month after school.
Top: Croup shot. Middle right: Red Cross members at a meeting. Left: Suzanne Olofsson, President.
Red Cross Club 161Pep Club Promotes the Black and Gold
The Pep Club is open lo all students who want to express their school spirit. The members sponsor the Homecoming Dance and Winter Festival. The Tro-janettes are a special part of this club; they sell spirit ribbons before each varsity game. This elite group is selected by Mrs. Purdy.
Top: 1986-1987 Pep Club. Bottom left: Mrs. Purdy — sponsor. Bottom right: Mrs. Kincaid — sponsor. Opposite page: Top right: Pep Club Officers: M. Ashley, Secretary ; M. Parks, Vice-President; T. Nehls, President. Not Pictured: R. Chunn. Treasurer. Middle right: Run through for football game made by the Pep Club. Bottom right: The Trojanetles: Front: J. Wyatt. C. Craumlich. M. Hatter, D. Clifton, L. Wolfe. T. McKinley. Middle: S. Phillips. S. White, A. Maclin. M. Purdy. M. Life, T. Nehls. Back: A. Beavers, A. Kopp. J. Campbell.
162 Pep ClubPep Club 163Rodeo Club
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 various rodeo competitions.
Top: “All my rowdy friends ...” Middle: Group shot. Bottom: Back Row: Mr. Terrell. Sponsor: Chris Smith. Sergeant at Arms: Wesley Ervin, Sergeant at Arms: Steven Scott, Sergeant at Anns; Tim McKcll, Officer. Middle Row: Jimmy Hill. Sergeant at Arms: Carla Lewis. Officer: Sheila Chapman. Treasurer: Deena McKee. Secretary: Gerald Hebert, Sergeant at Arms. Kneeling: Danny Polls. President; Wayne Price. Vice-President.
VICA Cosmetology prepares students for future careers. These students share common interests in today’s fashions, and learn not only the latest hair styles, but also other beauty techniques.
Top: Mrs. Dalrymple and L. Pember listen attentively. Middle: Rhonda Gray, Parliamentarian; Cheryl Buffalo, Reporter; Letti Pember, President; Cindy Reynolds, Secretary; Paulette Lunati, Vice-President; Sharon Medaris. Club Advisor; Mrs. Dalrymple. Sponsor. Bottom: Group shot.
Cosmetology 165TCA Creates Bright Futures
The Tennessee Career Association (TCA) is a MCHS organization designed to find jobs for the students at Millington. TCA is open to all seniors who plan to go straight into the working world after high school. These students meet during their study hall periods.
Top: Officers: Patricia Houston. Coordinator for Social Affiars; Tonya Burnett, Coordinator for Civic Affairs: Alicia Maclin. Coordinator for Career Preparation; James Hatfield, Coordinator for Leadership Development; Audra Crist, Secretary. Middle: TCA. Bottom: Mr. Kac ynski.
166 TCAM-Club and Rapp
The M-Club is composed of students who have received their varsity letters. This club only recognizes the students' achievements; they do not hold meetings regularly.
Mr. Owen is the sponsor of Rapp. This club is a forum for students at Millington whose main objective is to discuss problems faced by today’s teenagers.
Top: The M-Club. Middle: Rapp Club: Bark Row: Mr. Owen. Sponsor; Chris Dabaldo. Roger Tagavilla, Steve Dabaldo. Front Row: kimerie Tate; Tonya Ervin; Kim Howerton; Michelle Wells; Lisa Swartz. Bottom: Rapp club holds one of its regular meetings.
M-Club Rapp 167Maranatha
Maranalha is a non-denominalional Christian club, organized to promote on-campus witnessing, spiritual growth, and fellowship among Christians. The approximate size of the club is 350 students and it is open to all interested students in grades 9 through 12. This club was formed to present to athletes, coaches, and all others, the opportunity to meet and have fellowship with each other. The Maranatha sponsor is Mrs. Clark. Maranatha has many guest speakers who tell of their faith in God. The types of speakers that the club invites to witness are graduates of MCHS, musicians, and athletes.
Top picture: Mrs. Clark and club members take time to pose for camera. Bottom picture: 1986-1987
168 MaranalhaTop left: Maranathn Officers: Top Row: Alesha Bellora, Tracy Rankin, Angie Goodwin. Second Row: Robin Tillman, Kimerie 'late, Krista
Mayhugh. Bottom Row: Marrianne Wheeler.' Stacy Barrom, Kim Howerton. Top right: Maranatha Sponsor — Mrs. Clark.
Maranatha 169Humanities and Science Honors
These students have worked hard in the areas of art, English, and science. They have participated in contests and have demonstrated excellent capabilities of success.
Top left: Michelle Jones — Art Contest Winner. Top right: Science Bowl Participants: front Row: Mary Tietz, Martha Driggers. Evelyn Acosta, Christ) McManus, Joe Lee. Back Row: Tracy Duncan, Dan flail. Mike Williams. Shaun Sipe. Dennis Yount. Middle left: “Freedom, Our Most Precious Heritage” Essay winners — Mary Tietz. first; Vicki Edge, second; Emily Cilley. third. Middle right: “Freedom, Our Most Precious Heritage” Essay Honorable Mentions — Michelle Stewart. Kathy Morrison, Kelly Thomas. Above: Literary Magazine — Gevevieve Haldcman. Jennie Hood. Mar Kincaid, Krista Mayhugh, Jennifer Pederson, Richelle White. Shalee O Rourke, Steve Baker, Danny Martin, Derrick Dawson, Tracy Rankin. Bottom right: National Council of Teachers of English Essay Winners — Angela Roberts. Lisa Swihart. Not Pictured: Scott Hadley.
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The Orlagon Club is a service club affiliated with the Millington Optimist Club. The purpose of the Octagon Club is to provide members with an opportunity to help others in the community. It is open to all students.
Right: Steven Smith. Vice-President: Carey Hunt,
Secretary: Amy Westmoreland. Treasurer: Wendy
Achepohl. President. Left: Members take time out to pose Bottom: Group shot.
Octagon 171Color Us . . .
Section Editor: Angela Miller
The faculty plays an important role in maintaining the high standard of excellence at MCHS. For example, the math instructors teach various levels of mathematics, including all courses from general math to calculus. Throughout our high school years, the English department helps us develop and broaden our literary skills. Exciting lives of the past can be found in the teachings of the History Department. Sounds of joy and sweet sorrow echo throughout the Choral and Band Departments. Also, coaches at MCHS help to enhance athletic ability. ROTC instructors develop discipline while the Science Department offers students classes from general science to physics. Next, the vocational instructors give students a chance to develop skills in other areas ranging from cosmetology to auto body. Also, the administration keeps our school running smoothly and brings about the changes to help it funciton properly. In conclusion, the faculty, staff and administration give “color” to the red brick walls of MCHS.
Dr. Joe Morion, our principal for fifteen years, graduated from Fayette County High School and then attended Memphis State, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Math, a Master’s degree in Educational Administration and Supervision, and later earned his Educational Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction. He also holds a Master of Science degree in Math and Physics from Ole Miss. Dr. Morton is very active in the Booster and Rotary Clubs. We thank Dr. Morton for all of the support and leadership he has given MCHS and the entire Millington community.
174 FacultyMr. Leaks
Mr. Janies Leaks has been at MCHS for 17 years. He completed his 7th year as assistant principal this year. Mr. Leaks graduated from Phelix High School in Arkansas and attended the University of Illinois, University of Nebraska, LeMoyne-Owen College and Memphis State University. Mr. Leaks received a Bachelor’s Degree in mathematics and a Master of Arts degree in secondary education. In his spare time, he enjoys hunting. Mr. Leaks is a very important part of the administrative department at MCHS.
Mrs. Milam completed her second year as Vice Principal at MCHS this year. She graduated from Manassas High School in Memphis and continued her education at Memphis State University. Mrs. Milam obtained her B.A. in education and Master’s in Reading from Memphis State. She is presently working on her Doctorate in Administration and Supervision. Mrs. Milam enjoys writing stories and embroidering. She is presently serving on an interim state commission for developing teacher education. Mrs. Milam has adopted the motto “Strive for Excellence” for our instructional program and feels that she has to assume the solemn responsibility of upholding standards. Mrs. Milam has become a very important part of the MCHS administrative staff.
Mrs. William Osteen has been an assistant principal for the past 10 years. She graduated from MCHS and continued her education at Stetson University, the University of Tennessee and Memphis State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees. Mrs. Osteen then returned to MCHS to teach Algebra for 6 years, to be a guidance counselor for 12 years and to be an Administrative assistant for 2 years before becoming an assistant principal. Mrs. Osteen is currently the Chairman of the PACES — Building and Grounds Committee. She enjoys sports, needlework, and rides in her husband’s boat. Mrs. Osteen is a loyal supporter of MCHS, and we thank her for the hard work and devotion she’s given the school over the years.
Faculty 175176 FacultyColoring Our Future
Opposite page: Left to Right:
First Row: MRS. ARMOUR Spanish I, II Spanish Club Sponsor MRS. ARNOLD
English 351 352. English 321 322 MR. BERGEN
Algebra I, Physics MR F.. BILLINGS
Industrial Arts, AIASA Club Sponsor
Second Row: MR. H. BILLINGS Guidance Counselor, Boys’ and Girls’ Golf Team Coach MRS. BOSWELL
English 451 452, English 481 482
Third Row: MRS. BRASINGTON Pre-Algebra, Business Law, General Business CAPTAIN BRUEN
Naval Science, Drill Team Sponsor, Color Guard Sponsor. Orienteering Team MISS BUCHANNAN
Girls' P.E., Varsity Volleyball Coach, Freshman Girls’ Basketball Coach,
Tennis Coach MRS. BURDETTE
English 151 152. English 121 122, Psychology
Fourth Row: MRS. BURK
English 251 252, English 281 282, Yearbook Sponsor
Pre-Algebra, Genera! Business, Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country-Coach, Boys’ and Girls’ Track Coach. Member of The Facilities and Equipment Committee MISS CARDOSA
Spanish I, II, PACE Committee, Spanish Club Co-Sponsor
Biology, Maranatha Sponsor
This page: Left to Right:
First Row: MR. COLLINS
Speech, Drama, Play Production. Thespian Society Sponsor, National Forensics League Sponsor, English 151 152
Chemistry, Advanced Biology, Science Club Sponsor, Octagon Club Sponsor MR. CREASY
Economics, Chairman of Social Studies Department
Beginning Band, Intermediate Woodwinds, Intermediate Brass. Intermediate Percussion, Director of Marching Band, Director of Concert Band, Director of Jazz Band, Octagon Club Co-Sponsor
Opposite page: Center: Mr. Morton participates in the dunking tank to raise money for the muscular dystrophy foundation.
This page: Right: Mrs. Williams teaches class.
Faculty 177Coloring Our Future
Opposite page: Left to Right: First Row:
MRS. DALRYMPLE Cosmetology I, II, III,
VIC A Cosmetology Sponsor MISS DESHAZO
English 351 352, English 381 382. Journalism, Trojan Newspaper Sponsor MRS. DI RHAM
English 451 452, English 421 422, Senior Class Sponsor, Quill and Scroll Sponsor, TAPS Sponsor Second Row:
Teacher's Aide, Study Hall. In-School Suspension
Health. P.E., Freshman Football Coach. Bovs Track Head Coach MRS. GIPSON
Care and Guidance of Children I, II. HERO Child Care Sponsor, Varsity Cheerleader Sponsor
MS. GLENN Resource
Assistant Naval Science Instructor,
This page: Mrs. Armour instructs her class.
Rifle Team MRS. HAWKINS
English 221 222, English 251 252 MR. HEARN
Physical Science. General Science. Baseball Coach COACH HENDRICKS P.E.. Physical Science. Wrestling Coach. Fellowship of Christian Athletes Sponsor. Take Down Club Sponsor Fourth Row:
MR. HILL Algebra I, II MRS. HOPPER Spanish I MRS. HURT
French I, II. III. Spanish III, French Club Sponsor
Pre-Algebra, Algebra I. Sophomore Class Sponsor This page: Left to Right: First Row:
Food Service I, II. HERO — Food Service
English 351 352, English 321 322 MR. JOYNER Guidance Counselor MR. KACZYNSKI
Jobs for Tennessee Graduates, Tennessee Career Association
Faculty 179180 FacultyColoring Our Future
Opposite page: Left to Right: First Row:
Vocational Auto Mechanics, Vocational Industrial Clubs of America (VICA)
Geometry, Consumer Math, Member Academic Improvement Committee MRS. KINCAID
English 351 352, English 381 382, Sociolog . Pep Club Co-Sponsor MISS KREBS
American History. Advanced American History, American Government, Close-Up Sponsor, Junior Class Sponsor Second Row:
Applied Science, Physical Science MRS. MAPLES
Painting, Paintmaking. Artisls-in-Action Sponsor. Public Relations Chairman (PACES). TAPS Sponsor MR. OWEN
Physical Science, Applied Science, RAPP Club This page: Left to Right: First Row:
Child Development, Foods Nutri-tion. Consumer and Homemaking. Clothing and Textiles, Future Homemakers of America Co-Sponsor MR. PRICE
Calculus, Advanced Math, Algebra I, National Honor Society Sponsor MRS. PRICE
Guidance Counselor. Girls Track Coach. Cross Country .Assistant Coach
MR. PRUITT Drafting, General Shop Second Row:
Accounting. Typing. Student Council Sponsor Third Row:
English 121 122, English 151 152. Pep Club Sponsor MRS. RENDALL
Small Gasoline Engines
Marketing 1, II. DECA Club Sponsor Third Row:
COACH MEADORS World Geography, General Science, Assistant Varsity Football Coach, Freshman Basketball Head Coach MRS. MOORE
Biology, Chairman Senior Class Sponsors, Beta Club Sponsor Fourth Row:
English 121 122, Concert Choir. Boys Chorus. Girls’ Chorus, Swing Choir. Choral Music for Godspell MRS. NELSON
Consumer and Homemaking 1, Family Living. Consumer Education. Housing and Interiors, Future Homemakers of America Sponsor, Senior Class Sponsor COACH SLUDER
General Math, Pre-Algebra, P.E., Fellowship of Christian Athletes Sponsor. Freshman Football Coach, Varsity Girls' Basketball Coach. Softball Coach Fourth Row:
English 251 252, Introduction to Office Education (I.O.E.)
Basic Aesthetics. Advanced Art.
Poetry, Calligraphy , Drawing and
Algebra I. Consumer Math. Mu Alpha Theta Sponsor MRS. STAFFORD Health. P.E.
Opposite page center: Mrs. Clark helps Hector Velez with his work.182 FacultyColoring Our Future
Opposite page: Left to Right:
First Row: MRS. TANNER
Algebra 1, Geometry. Sophomore Class Sponsor MRS. TAYLOR
American History, Facilities and Planning Committee. Senior Class Sponsor MR. TERRELL
U.S. History, World History, Boys Varsity Basketball Coach. Varsity Football Assistant Coach, Rodeo Club Sponsor
Computer Programming I, II. Computer Club Sponsor. Key Club Sponsor
Second Row: MRS. TOLBERT Clerical Office Education I. II, (C.O.E.), TOEC Club Sponsor, Newsletter, Report Cards COACH TURNER
P.E., Varsity Football Head Coach MRS. WEATHERLY
Typewriting, Junior Class Sponsor MRS. WERNER
English 151 152, English 181 182
Third Row: MR.
WESTMORELAND General Science, Study Hall
American History MRS. WHITEHEAD
Biology . Red Cross Club
MRS. B. WILLIAMS
English 251 252. English 221 222
Fourth Row: MR. J. WILLIAMS Resource. American History. General Math, Varsity Football Assistant Coach. Varsity Basketball Assistant Coach MRS. M. W ILLIAMS
General Math. Algebra II, Freshman Cheerleader Sponsor
MR. 0. WILLIAMS
Autobody. Repairing and Repainting, VICA-VAB Sponsor
MS. W ILSON
Algebra I. II. SADD Sponsor
This page: I eft to Right:
First Row: MRS. BOMAR
Financial Secretary MR. CRANFORD
Secretary MRS. GARCIA
Second Row: MR. GOSS
Campus Deputy MRS. HARVELL
Third Row: MRS. KLENK
Fourth How: MRS. TIMBS
Faculty 183Color Us . . .
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184 SportsStudents participated in many sports at MCHS. As the first autumn leaves fell, golfers and Cross Country teams were busy at Edmund Orgill Park and the track while the varsity football players began long practices to excite cheering crowds at the four away and six home games. Before football season was over, MCHS had a chance to see the Germantown freshman football team lose to the Trojans for the first time in fourteen years. In front of Mrs. Gipson’s room, varsity cheerleaders practiced their cheers. Soon, winter came and as the fall season left MCHS, the varsity wrestlers sprang into action in hopes of making a pin at the tournament while the varsity basketball teams, under the leadership of Coach Terrell and Coach Sluder, worked on shooting, dribbling, and running for the next game. During the Volleyball season, Jaci Aiken made the first team All-District Tournament. As the weather became warm again. Track began with Chris Peoples, Shea Hayes, and Chris Michaels leading the way in hurdling and polevaulting. Baseball and softball players emerged on the scene at Jameson Park once again while others began tennis practice at the Baker Community Center. With so many sports opportunities at MCHS, the athletes can really shine and “Color Us Trojans.”
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186 Varsity Football
,The Varsity Football Team
The valiant attempt made by the Millington Trojans this season is to be commended. The Trojans opened the seaspn with a game against the Pharoahs on the Raliegh-Egypt field. Although the Pharoahs led 12-0 in the first half, the game was dominated by the Trojans after half-time. However, in the final two minutes of the game. Raliegh-Egypt threw a successful pass which led to their 18-14 win.
The season continued with a home game against the Collierville Dragons. The battle
ended in a Trojan defeat of 20-0. The second of three consecutive home games was against our traditional rival, the Munford Cougars. Millington won 31-0. After their tremendous victory over Munford, the Trojans faced the Red Devils of Germantown. Although the game’s leading rusher, Millington’s Frank Ransom, ran 85 yards on 15 carries, the Trojans were defeated 28-0. In the first of three away games, Millington played the Dyersburg Trojans, and lost 14-11. Losing 35-6 to the Kirby Cougars, the Trojans gained their six points in the final quarter on a 26-yard run by Joe Lee. The team then encountered the Bartlett Panthers. Millington “played very well, especially on defense;” still they were beaten 35-0. The next game. Homecoming, was a victory for the Trojans. The Trojans defeated Fayette-Ware 45-0 for their second win of the season.
After the outstanding win, Millington faced CBHS in the rain. CBHS outmanned the Trojans and won the game 35-6. Turner said, "Our kids got after them in the second half,” as they completed their ninth game of the season.
Although Millington's overall record was 2-8, they played hard all season. This year can be said to be a rebuilding season, and next year may be the year of the Trojan.
Top: Millington players cheer on their team. Middle: First Row. Left to Right: A. Dupree. J. l e. G. Hulley, D. Ballard. J. Heath. R. Wright. R. Smith.
D. Gipson. J. Hulley, C. Watts. Second Row. Left to Right: C. Bradford. R. deMarigny. C. Shilling. F. Ransom. M. Gales. W. Strauss. P. Nichelson. M. Nichols, T. Smith. W. Arguin. Third Row. i eft to Right: J. Kaniecki. Manager; C. Michael, C. Wimberly, S. Hayes. M. Salyer, A. Mathes. S. Hill.
T. Roelke. D. Moore. B. Beavers, T. Johnson. L. Yates, Manager. Bottom left: Assistant Coach Meadors. Head Coach Turner. Assistant Coach Williams. Bottom right: Coach Turner adjusts Tim Smith’s uniform for the game.
Shea Hayes (82)
Robbie deMarigny (10)
Bill Beavers (71)
Gene Hulley (31)
Jim Hulley (27)
Doug Moore (79)
Mike Nichols (59)
Frank Ransom (32)
Thomas Roelke (72)
188 Senior LettermenTop: Starling Offense: T. Roelke. W. Strauss. M. Salyer, M. Nichols, C. Bradford. W. Arguin. Back How: S. Hayes, A. Mathes, C. Shilling, R. deMarigny, T. Smith. F. Ransom. Middle: Starting Defense: M. Nichols, I). Moore. W. Strauss. S. Hill.
T. Roelke. Bark Row: J. Lee, J. Hulley, W. Arguin. A. Mathes. T. Smith. G. Hulley, S. Hayes. l »ft: Manager, Leslie Yates. Not Pictured: Manager. Joey Kanierki.
Varsity Football 189190 Varsity FootballA Spectrum of Trojan Action
Opposite Top: Millington goes for the ball. Opposite page: Bottom
left: Frank Ransom runs with the ball. Bottom middle: Robbie deMarign) passes the ball off before getting tackled. This page: Top: Fayette-Ware
grabs a face mask in the Homecoming game. Far right: Wayne Arguin catches a pass.
Varsity Football 191
Top: Thomas Hoelke kicks ihe ball. Middle left: Curtis Shilling prepares for the game. Middle right: The Trojans fight for their Homecoming win. Bottom right: Fayette-Ware tries to block a Millington kick.
192 Varsity FootballTop left: Tim Smith warms up by receiving a pass before a game. Top right: Millington's Robbie deMarigny gels tackled by the Fayette-Ware defenders. Bottom left: Allan Mathes runs with the ball. Bottom right: Millington's Joe Lee demonstrates a winning tackle during the defeat of Fayette-Ware.
Varsity Football 193Freshman
This year's Freshman Football Team was one of the best football teams in recent years at MCHS. Going undefeated in regular season play, MCHS Freshmen played a season of which to be proud. The freshman team’s only loss was to CBHS by one point, 13-12, in the District Championship Game.
Many players deserve recognition for their play throughout the season.
On offense, the people to recognize are Terry Hayes, Ben Clark, Terry Tucker, Brady Todd, Shane Smithmier, and Chris Stephenson. The outstanding defensive players were Ronnie Mackin. Paul Hayes, Shon Washington. James Taylor, Wyman Saddler, and Melvin Barnes.
The freshmen had two excellent kickers. Jason Williams handled the punting and Shelton Walker handled the kick-offs.
Some of the highlights of the season were the beating of the Red Devils at Germantown, 22-0, and playing in the District Championship game. The Freshmen finished the season 7-1.
Upper left: Craig wails for next year. Upper right: Coach Cipson and Coach Sluder. Boltom: First Row, Left to Right: J. Taylor, M. Barnes. T. Hayes. W. Saddler, S. Washington. D. Washington. B. Tilton, G. Lizana, E. Roland. Second Row: B. Gipson, T. Brooks. B. Todd. T. Boyd, R. Mackin. R. I Corola. D. Munford, J. Thomas. Third Row: C. Barret, J. Hindman, A. Olivette, J. Williamson. L. Coin, B. Clark, B. Townsell, A. Castro. Fourth Row: E. Overstreet, M. Strohkirch. M. Akins, K. Hayes, C. Lurker. A. Black. J. Kopp. C. Stevenson. Fifth Row: P. Tucker, P. Hayes, S. Smithmier, S. Walker. J. Gagnon, Coach Sluder.
194 Freshman FootballTop left: Trojans break for water. Top right: Freshman players watch the game. Bottom left: Coach Gipson and Coach Sluder study the next play. Above: The Freshmen pull through again.
Freshman Football 195Boys’ Varsity Basketball
This basketball season was a new one for MCHS fans and varsity basketball players. Under Coach Terrell, the boys worked hard and played some close and exciting games.
One of the most exciting games of the season was a one point win over Skyview at Skyview. The Trojans came from behind and won the game on a last second shot by Greg Seals.
Another highlight of the season was a 65-60 win over Briarcresl. During this game, Chris Poeples broke an MCHS record, scoring 45 points. For his efforts during this game, he was named the Commercial Appeal High School Basketball Player of the Week.
Other players who added greatly to the team were Bernard Hurd and Ricky Higginbotlom. Bernard Hurd averaged 18 points a game, while Ricky Higginbotlom was a strong defensive player.
Although the team will lose two seniors. Robbie deMarigny and Ricky Higginbotlom. the future looks bright for the Trojans. With juniors and sophomores like Peoples, Hurd and Moss, Coach Terell has a strong foundation on which to build.
Top: Kneeling: L to R: Coach Williams and Coarh Terrell. Standing: C. Williamson. H. Houston. C. Smith. C. Seals. T. Johnson. C. Miller. C. Peoples. B. Hurd. R. Higginbotlom. R. Demarigny. I). Coady. T. Moss. Below: Chris Peoples goes for the goal.
196 Boys’ Varsity BasketballBoys’ Varsity Seniors
Gerald Williamson, manager
Boys’ Varsity Basketball 197198 Boys Varsity Basketballfiesiival Court
Opposite page: Top left: Bernard Hurd lakes control of the ball. Top right: Millington's Ricky Hig-ginbottom goes for the basket. Bottom left: The Trojans go for a rebound. Center: The tip-off at the Winter Festival game. This page: Top left: Team players and coaches watch intensely. Top right: Bernard Hurd scores for Millington.
Varsity Basketball 199Varsity Girls’ Basketball
According to Coach Sluder, “Coaching the girls is an enjoyable experience, although there is a difference due to athletic ability and knowledge of the game. Overall this season has been fun due to a good group of people.”
Over the course of the season, the Lady Trojans improved although their record did not show it. Lack of height and experience hindered the l idy Trojans all season.
The l ady Trojans won the opening game of their season defeating Craigmont 53-24. Other highlights included wins over St. Agnes, Skyview, Munford, Fayette-Ware and Trezevant.
The future looks bright for the Lady Trojans. Coach Sluder stated. “If some of the freshmen come up and we shoot better, we will improve next year.”
The i ady Trojans worked hard this year, learned new plays defensively and offensively, and played some very exciting games. Next year with more experience and hard work, they will continue to improve.
Opposite page: Top: Kneeling: Sabrina Peete, JoLaine Wyatt, Ann Sewell. Julie CheeReman. Kim Herron. Michelle Collver, Jennifer Smith. Standing: Yolanda Gray, Marsonetle Williams. Stacy Barrom. Sharon Moseley, Coach Sluder. Stephanie Ransom, Vonda Thornton. Samantha lister, Cheryl Jordan. Bottom left: Juniors: Kneeling: I. to R: Ann Sewell. Sabrina Peete, Julie Cheeseman. Standing: Vonda Thornton. Stephanie Ransom, Samantha lister. Bottom right: Sophomores: Kneeling: Jennifer Smith. Kim Herron. Michelle Collver. Standing: Yolanda Gray, Sharon Moseley. Stacy Barrom. This page: Top: Senior: Cheryl Jordan Middle: Senior: Marsonetle Williams Middle: Senior: Jol ine Wyatt
Bottom: Player-Manager Clarissa Christopher and Manager Ixrrenda Jones.
Right: Stephanie Ransom scores a basket in the game against Catholic.
Lady Trojans 201This page: Top: Coach Sluder explains a play lo ihe team. Above: Michelle Collver in action. Right: Cheryl Jordan prepares for a rebound. Opposite page: Top left: The l,ady Trojans play against Catholic. Right: Vonda Thornton shoots for the basket. Middle left: Michelle Collver goes for the goal. Bottom: Samantha lister prepares lo pass.
202 l ady TrojansFreshman Boys’ Basketball
Coach Meadors said, “This year's boys' freshman basketball team had two seasons. The first was the first semester before three starters were lost to failing grades. After the semester, the freshmen had to rebuild. They fought hard and finished strong. One highlight of the season was their 38-37 win over German-
town. They lost by one point to Barlett in the district to finish 4-9 for the season."
Top: Kneeling: Janies Taylor. Ronnie Moss. Eric McNairy, Terry Brooks. Marvin Barnes. Marty Finder. Standing: John Prather. Brian Stevens. Terry Hayes, Jason Williams. Wynman Sadler. Robert Booth. Peshone Love. Bottom left: Coach Meadors and Manager-Player. Peshone Love. Bottom right: Freshmen support their freshmen boys basketball team.
204 Freshman Boys’ BasketballFreshman Girls’ Basketball
The Freshman Girls' Basketball Team had a very successful season under Coach Buchanan. They finished the season with an impressive record of 10-3. Hard work paid off as the young team placed second in the district. The experience they gained this year will help them in their future athletic endeavors at
Top: 1st How: Marsha Reed. Ms. Buchanan. Debra Scarboruogh. 2nd Row: Karen Nisby, Cay Lynn Brasington, Sherri Brunson. Angel Johnson. 3rd Row: Angela Lory, Lisa Smith. Michelle Oglesby. 4lh Row: Johanna Moss. Tonya Ervin. Heather Keith. I-eft: Tonya Ervin grabs a rebound in a game against Kirby.
Freshman Girls’ Basketball 205The Varsity Cheerleaders
The 1986-87 Cheerleading squad has increased to sixteen members. This expansion provided for more spirit and enthusiasm at Varsity football and basketball games.
The cheerleading squad is one of the hardest working teams at MCHS. For example, they practice twice a week and attend all football and basketball games.
They started in the summer by attending MSU Cheerleading Camp. While they were there, they won the camp spirit stick, seventeen superior ribbons and overall Second Alternate trophy. Congratulations to the 1986-87 Cheerleaders for their effort and support.
Top: The 1986-87 Varsity Cheerleaders. Middle right: The Cheerleaders lead the crowd in cheers. Bottom: Tonya, Jen-ni, and Jerra shout “Come on Trojans, Let's GO!”
206 Varsity CheerleadersCassandra Burnell 1. 2, 3, 4 Capt.
Tonya Chipman 2,3
Cari Anne Parham 1,2,3
Christy McManus 1,2, 3, 4 Co-capt.
Shannon McKee 2, 3,4
The Varsity Cheerleaders
Nesha Barton 1.2.3
Jerra Evans 3
Cynthia Hunt 1.2.3
Varsity Cheerleaders 207Freshman Cheerleaders
The 1986-87 Freshman Cheerleading Squad had a very successful season. Besides cheering the Freshman Football Team to eight victories and only one loss, the squad was also selected to compete in the finals at the Mid-South Fair Chccrlcading Competition. The Freshmen started their season by attending UCA cheerleading camp at MSU. The freshman cheerleading season continued through the freshman basketball season. The Freshmen gained valuable experience which will help them become varsity cheerleaders in their future years at MCHS.
Top left: The Freshman Cheerleaders build a pyramid. Top right: The Cheerleaders lead the Freshmen to victory. Middle: Kneeling: Carla Parham; Left ot Right: Cindy Crawford; Erika Forster. Co-captain; Jamie Cunningham; Stephanie Burk. Captain; Becky Pinlac. Back Row: Susan Donahay; Tess Short; Belinda Belk; Becky Sumner; Kelli Chambers. Bottom left: The Freshman Cheerleaders take the field. Bottom right: Mrs. Williams — the Freshman Cheerleader sponsor.
208 Freshman CheerleadersA Kaleidoscope Of Cars
The 1986 Trojan Booster Auto Show was a huge success. In four years it has grown to one of the largest one day car shows in the Mid-South according to Bobby Bartlett, the car show’s organizer. Four years ago only seventy-seven cars were in the show, raising SI, 100. This year 169 cars participated adding $3,300 to the MCHS athletic fund. Projections for 1987 include over 200 cars and an estimated income of $4,000. The Car Show offered many awards. The top winners at the 1986 show were Katherine Keifer, Ladies Choice; Sam Tune, Football Players’ Choice; Shirley Russom. Best Upholstery; and Ronnie Lovelett, Mayor’s Choice. Much work was put into this year’s Auto Show. MCHS students would like to thank Mr. Bartlett and all 1986 participants for the support they have given our athletic department.
• Aulo Show 209Wrestling
The 1986-87 Wrestling team has demonstrated the spirit of excellence throughout its winning season. The Trojan record stands at 8-4. Those who went to the Regional Tournament are Trey Ray, Walter Rhinehart, Wayne Arguin, Doug Moore, Jeff Kopp, Shawn Hill, Ronnie Mackin, Chris Sanborn and Joe Lee. Those who went to the State Tournament are Trey Ray, Wayne Arguin, Shawn Hill, Ronnie Mackin and Doug Moore. Some of the most outstanding pins were made by Shawn Hill and Wayne Arguin who are the two district champions. Although the team will lose four seniors — Trey Ray, Walter Rhinehart, Tom Price and Doug Moore — Coach Hendricks says, “Next year’s team should be a killer.” MCHS gives special thanks to Mrs. Moore who coached the team to victory while Coach Hendricks was at the hospital with his wife who gave birth to a son.
This page: Senior Leltermen Top left: Doug Moore. Top right: Tom Price. Right: Trey Ray. Opposite page: Top left: Senior Lettermen: Walter Rhinehart. Top right: Phillip Kenny holds down Bishop Byrne. Bottom: 1986-87 Wrestling Team: Front Row: L to R: W. Sauer. T. Ray. D. Tracey, W Rhinehart. M Velasquez, J. Lee, Coach Hendricks. Second Row: C. Sanborn, T. Price, W. Arguin. S. Hill, R. Mackin, D. Moore. Third Row: D. Gipson. Manager: J. Wilson, D. Daniels. J. Kopp. E. Rowland. P. Kenny. R. Orr, J. Palmer, J. Henderson, C. Lurkcr, M. Patton, S. Smithmier. B. Todd. J. Itoxie. D. McElyea, C. Hadley, E. Overstreet. Manager.
210 WrestlingWrestling 211Black and Gold In Action
Opposite page: Top left: Players observe the match. Top right: David Tracey “locking-up" with Bishop Byrne. Middle right: Ronnie Mackin holds his own against Oakhaven. Bottom: Medal winners sport their honors. This page: Top left: Shawn Hill sticks it to Germantown. Top right: Shawn Hill chosen Best Wrestler in the Paul Kenny Memorial. Above: Millington places 2nd in the Paul Kenny Memorial. Right: Chris Sanborn holds down his opponent.
The Varsity Volleyball team had a good season even though the team consisted mostly of sophomores. Jaci Aiken and Stephanie Hansom were the most consistent players over the season. Three sophomores who improved much over the season were Jennifer Smith, Michelle Legaspi, and Dawn Gardner. Coach Buchanan looks forward to even better things from these three players. The team ended their season with a record of 4-10.
Top: From Row, L lo R: Jennifer Smith, Michelle l.cgaspi. Second Row: Margaret Sawyer. Dawn Gardner, Coach Buchanan. Ronnie Turner, Dina Minter. Third Row: Jaci Aiken, Jenni Aiken, Tammy Collver. Back Row: Stephanie Ransom. Melody Goode. Bottom left: The team celebrates a victory. Bottom right: Michelle sets the ball. ,
214 Varsity VolleyballVarsity Volleyball 215JV
Despite the 3-9 record for the season, the JV Volleyball Team improved considerably and is expected to help the varsity team next year. Miss Buchanan is the coach.
Top right; Bottom Row. L to R: Tammy McKinley. Jennifer karsko. Stephanie Prachniak. Second Row: Margaret
Sawyer, Coach Buchanan. Dina Minter. Third Row: Dawn Gardner, Dani
Carter, Ronnie Turner. Fourth Row: Jenny Aiken, Denita Pfeiffer. Malisa Coelho. Back Row: Lynn Culley, Tammy Collver. Middle left: Dawn hits the ball over the not. Bottom left; Jaci gets ready to set the ball. Right: Jennifer spikes the ball.
216 JV VolleyballBaseball
With seven players returning this year. Coach Hearn is very optimistic about this year’s baseball team. Greg Ritter had the highest overall batting average, and Marty Oglesby had the lowest ERA. With these and other outstanding players, Millington looks forward to a winning baseball season.
Top picture: Front Row, L to R: Greg Ritter, Steve Whitlock, Brandon Todd, Robbie deMarigny, Tim Smith. Middle Row, L to R: James Hatfield, Wayne Arguin. Andy McDaniel, Jeff Wages. Back Row, L to R: Allen Mathes, Thomas Roelke, Marty Oglesby. Left: Diamond Girls: Tracy Rankin, Kim McDonald, Belynda Stroud, Robin Tillman, Kim Howerton. Not Pictured: Ashlee Jackson and Andrea Bright. Right: Spanky McDaniel heads for home.
The MCHS tennis team had try-outs in February. Out of 20 people, 6 boys and 6 girls were chosen. The team practiced at Baker Community Center to prepare for their matches which began in March. Because several lettermen returned this year, the team expected a good season.
Top: Back Row: Lefl to Right: Scott Collver, Eddie Davey, Greg Birch, Kelly Hamm, Steven Thomas. Front Row: I.efl to Right: Kim Daniels. Wendy Achelpohl. Stephanie Prachniak. Middle left: Eddie Davey. Middle right: Scott Collver. Bottom: Kim Daniels.
This year’s Boys’ Golf team had a record of 3-12. Eddie Savage was the lowest scorer among the boys. The team finished 4th in the District Golf Touma ment. There were seven people on the boy’s team, and for six of them this was their first year to play on a team.
The girls’ Golf team had a record of 6-5. Jessica Edwards finished 13th in the Girls’ Regional Golf Tournament. Teresa Allison was the lower scorer on the girls’ team. The team only consisted of two players.
All of the players will return next year for both teams. Mr. Billings, the coach, hopes to have a much better year next year.
Top left: 1st row: Brandon Todd, Eddie Savage, Robert Roth. 2nd row: Marty Finder, Jessica Edwards. David Coady. Top right: Eddie lines the shot. Middle right: Marty Finder gets ready to swing. Bottom: Brandon concentrates on his shot.
This year's Boys Track Team with six returning lettermen should be very competitive. Shea Hayes, second in district in pole vault; Chris Michaels, second in district in high hurdles; Chris Peoples, district champion, intermediate hurdles; and Brain Street, district champion, two-mile and one-mile and school record holder for two-mile are all returning this year. Coach Gibson expects a very active track team this year.
Top: Boys' Track Team: Front Row: M. Smith, C. Carriso a. S. Huyes, D. John on. H. Houston, T. Moss. Second Row: C. Wimberly, J. Hunt. I). Mason. P. Perkins. T. Beady. C. Bradford. B. Hurd. B. McDaniel. Third Row: L. Boyd, K. Millen, F. Acosta. T. Davenport. J. Hulley, C. Michaels. Back Row: P. Ballou. A. Morrison. B. Street. P. Kenny. S. Schocke. C. Peoples, I). Coady. Bottom left: Brian Street gives is all lie's got. Bottom right: Chris Peoples runs for a victory. I
220 Boys- TrackBoys’ Cross Country
The Boys’ Cross Country team ended their season with a record of 6-5. They finished eighth in the regionals, with Chris Peoples just missing the school record with a time of 16:48. Brian Street broke the school record earlier in the year with a time of 16:45. In the Coca-Cola Classic, the team finished fourth; in the MUS Invitational, they finished fifth; and in the Shelby County League Meet, they finished seventh.
Front Row. L to R: Kevin McConnell, Brian Street, Jeff Williams, Steve Winters. Second Row. I. to R: Tim Bierdz, Jason Norris, David Fuller, Dennis Carson. Mike Riddle. Back Row. L to R: Coach Campbell! Paul Ballou. Chris Peoples, Mike Pace. Stephen Schocke, Bo Beckham. Middle left: Paul stretches out before the race. Bottom right: The team gets ready for the race. Bottom left: Coach Campbell goes over the course of the race.
Boys Cross Country 221Girls’
There are ten lettermen returning to this year’s Girls’ Track Team. Mrs. Price says they should have a good two-mile relay because the entire relay team will be returning. She also says the team should be very competitive in long-distance running and shot put.
Top: Front Row: L to R: Cindy Hunt, Melissa Hagan. Leigh Ann laBarreare. Donna Tincher. Julie Cheeseman. Marianne Wheeler. Back Row: L to R; Tina Miller. Michelle Cooper, Laura Huffman, Tiffany Stephens, Cheryl Jordan, Shannel Smith. Toscha Harris, Yolanda Gray, Maria Garcia. Coulette Scott. Bottom left: Cindy throws the discus. Middle right: Yolanda hands off to Toscha. Bottom right: Julie, Leigh Ann and Tina begin the race.
222 Girls’ TrackThe 1986 Girls’ Cross Country team ended their season with a record of 11-2. They finished third in the regionals for which only the top teams qualified. They also placed fourth in the MUS Invitational, second in the Coca-Cola Classic, and fourth in the Shelby County League Meet. Tina Miller is the only senior on the team so Coach Campbell guarantees much potential for next season.
Team: From Row: Donna Tincher, Julie Cheeaeman, Kim Herron, Melissa Hagan. Back Row: Coach Campbell, Leigh Ann Labarreare, Yolanda Gray, Tina Miller. Middle left: Mrs. Price and Coach Campbell give the runners instructions. Bottom left: Melissa. Leigh Ann, and Tina stretch out before the race. Right: Julie and Kim leave victorious.
Girls’ Cross Country 223
Girls Cross CountrySoftball
This year’s softball team returns eight lettermen and seven starters from last year’s team. The team will still be very young but should still be very competitive. Although the team lost the pitcher, we should have a very good softball team this year.
Top: Front Row, L to R: Carla Lewis, Dawn Gardner, Michelle Collver, Jennifer Smith, Lynn Culley, Tammy Collver. Back Row, L to R: Kim Herron, Sharon Medearis, Karen Bell, Amy Johnson, Vonda Thornton, Ann Sewell, Coach Sluder.
Bottom left: returning juniors. Middle right: returning senior. Bottom right: returning sophomores.
224 SoftballMCHS Sports in Action
Top: Freshman football players show their spirit at a pep assembly. Middle: MCHS Pep Band plays at a basketball game. Bottom picture: Varsity Football players watch the game from the side-lines.
Sports 22SSports in Action
Top: Varsity Basketball girls celebrate a win. Left: Trey Hay awaits a serve. Middle: Wrestling team places 2nd in Paul Kenny Tournament. Bottom left: Tim Smith warms up. Bottom right: Robbie deMarigny gets ready to run.
226 SportsColor Us . . .
Seclion Editor: Rachel Tucker
This year’s Color Us Trojans would have been primed rather thinly if it were not for the gifts of color through ads. Millington businesses and patrons earned the respect and admiration of the 1986-87 Yearbook Staff through their generous contributions. Nearly 100 businesses contributed almost $4000 to the yearbook. Students and parents became yearbook patrons with 40 contributions adding up to $1700. With such community support the 1986-87 Yearbook Spectrum is complete.
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Richard Quinley llm. (901)837-8833
F reelance Camera Repair
4667 Navy Road Millington. Tennessee 38053 (901)872-2922
I .eon Talada Owner Operator
Donnie Morton Hm. (901)476-1577
GOOD LUCK SENIORS
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4758 Easley Street Millington. Tennessee 872-8008
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CLASS RINGS — INVITATIONS DIPLOMAS — YEARBOOKS CAPS GOWNS
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7656 Hwy 51 N . Millington. TN 872-2276
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258 AdiSAVING THE BEST FOR LAST . . .
Ms. Wilson’s Homeroom Class of ’88
“If we dream it It can be done.”
STUDENTS AGAINST DRIVING DRUNK
CRYE-LEIKE REALTORS JENNIFER PRUITT
Office (901) 388-8320 Residence (901) 872-2333
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Ads 259The MCHS Pep Club
MCHS PEP CLUB 1986-87 Chastity Talbert Ronni Turner Angela Miller
kalhy Taylor Amy Westmoreland Doug Moore
John Archambault Agnes T rundle Kirhellr White Tonya Morris
Scott Auxtill Keith Ty rell Wayne Arguin Scott Murphy
Am) littUlwm Jennifer Velez Mary Jo Artxer Teresa Nehls
Print) Barton Chad Watson Carrie Astiley Susan ne Olofsson
Davellc Beagle Julie Webb Amy Beavers Terri O'Neal
Tern Reavers Gigi Wilder Bridgrll Bowers Melissa Prather
Belinda BHk Christy Wright Andrea Briglil ken Priest
Dana Benson Trinia Adair Joleen Camplwll Trey Ray
Pam Berr Jenny Aiken Julie Cheeaeman Donna Roe
Jara Bcxl David Akins Tonya Chipman Casey Lynn Sadlon
Kendra Black MeUme Ashley Diane Clifton Robert SeUer
Shelly Bendall Stary Barron Robbie Culbrealh Nancy Sparks
Stephanie Burk Brian Belinr Michele Elliott Carol Stewart
Caylynn Brasinglon Mall Belo Gina Fulmer Michelle Stewart
T. j. Brown Tabulia Bennett Joan Fulton Brun Stiles
Berk) Broyles Bo Biller Melody Goode Khonda Sullivan
Sam (laldwcll Christy Brycarts Angela (Goodwin Jeff Tabor
liOli (lanrirll Tammv Carter Crissv Graumlich Tara Theobald
1 aura Carler Annaieva ('.astro Rhonda Gray kelly Thomas
Krlli Chsmlirrx Sheila Chipman lisa Haley Rachel Tucker
llrnllirt Cheek Clarissa Chiisluptiei Amy Hall Charlotte Witlkrr
Nirole Coulliellr Malisa Coelho Dawn Harris Jake Ward
Cindy Qa ford kalhy Copeland Melanie llatlrr Shannon White
Sejrlernber Curtis Trisha Cox Jimmy Hill Jolume Wyall
Dawn Davey Tams Crook Shawn Hill Kuth Ann Moore
Angela Dew Paul Dieckhau Cynthia Hunt
Susan Donaliay Averi Dunkle Audra Jackson Sponsor
Tonya Ervin Arlene Kaxterwood kim Johnston N. Kincaid
Erika Forster Tammy Ervin loigh Ann l-aBarreare V. Purdy
Renee Fortune David Fuller Jennifer karsko
Amy Carru Sheila Garner Jamie kidwell MCHS PEP CLUB TROJANETTES
Michelle Hatter Denise Glenn Monique laKocliellc 1986-87
Jimmy Hiviong Kim Graham Angie Kopp Amy Beaver
Sheryl Harris Stacy Hamilton Samantha lister Jo Campbell
M. l ivsa Hoelger | Wayne Harrell Dune Marshall Dune Clifton
Slaci Holcomb Stacey Herr Deena McKee Criasy Graumlich
Doreen Hudrnond kim Herron Tammy McKinley Melanie Hatter
keith Jaworski Kim Howerton Janet Morgan Ang»e Kopp
Amy Jones Mike lluffines Freda Nicholson Marv Life
Jennifer kerf .Ashler Jackson Lee Nicholson Alicia Marlin
Heather keith Amy Johnson Christine Nolan Tammy McKinley
Stacy kenniiner Totriano Kimbrough Jim Palmer Tere a Nehls
Jeff Kopp Darrin Kune Karen Palmer Shonna Phillips
Sharon l.rr c Mary Kincaid Randi Pannell Michelle Purdy
Amy l ewis Tara UVinr Can Anne Parhain Shannon While
Amy long Michelle logaspi Gail Perry lisa Wolfe
Annelo l.ong Holly l.yell Rmliwid Peters JoL iik- Wyall
Bonnie Maughu Krista Mavhugh Ann Sewell
Stephanie Mr Mahan Kim McDonald Teresa Stringfellow MCHS PEP CLUB OFFICERS 1986-87
Amy Mitchell Debbie McGary Teresa Tay lor Teresa Nehls, President
knsti Mosley Rachel Miles Vntwia Thomlnn Michael Parks. Vice-Pre«wienl
Ire Naquin Gina Miller Vicki Travis Melanie Ashley. Secretary
Bethany Na lielson Angie Millington Sheila W ilkins Randy Chunn. Treasurer
Alex Olivette Heather Ncchob lasa Wolfr
kalhy O’Neal Angie Nolan Jaci Aiken
Karla Ortega Jaison Norris Aleslu Bel lor a
Carla Parham kim Oakes Debbie Besinger
Ginger Paul Mary O'Connor Jennie Biller
Ber ky Pi n Ur Shalee O'Rourke Teresa Bominer
Jon Prather Michael Paris Mindy Booo K)
Michelle Purdy Jennifer Pederson Kandy Chunn
Mike Hay Tan Plunk Danielle Davis
TefUme Beeves Stephanie Prachmak Martha Driggers
Jennifer Rem Ian Pruitt James Hatfield
Tammy Rippr Tracy Rankin Andrea Holley
kris Robemon Drew Pay man Jim llullcy
Doniui Schockc Craig Rich Jerry Jemigan
Jamie Scslitu Tonv Roberts Domu Johnson
Jeff Sexton Carta Seals Anna Jones
Angie Shelly (.aura Stewart Susan Jones
Teas Short Belunda Stroud Annelerse
lasa Smith Billy Suter Mary life
Shane Smithimer Tern Thomas Alicia Mac lm
1 jj Solis Rohm Tillman Gene Hulley
Ber ky Sumner Tiffany Sutherlaml Donna Tincher Shannon Mc Kee
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5909 SHELBY OAKS DR.“We pass this way but once. Let all we do or say help someone along the way.
The sophomore class would like to dedicate this message to the memory of John Ursery. John died as a result of substance abuse (freon) and we would like to urge each of you Not to follow in his footsteps.
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7949 Hwy 51 N
901-873-4440 Millington. TN 38053
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WISHES ALL 1987 GRADUATES THE BEST OF LUCK, CONTINUE YOUR EDUCATION AND REMEMBER: A MIND IS A TERRIBLE THING TO WASTE.
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Route 5 Box 304-1
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Psalm 24: The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 19871
The Plaza Millington 872-4616
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5762 Pleasant Ridge Rd. Millington, Tennessee 38053
(901)523-8971 JUANITA ELLIOTT. RPR
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Mgtn. Office Munford Office
266A Congratulations Jake!!
1 1 mXijM We are extremely proud of you. Thanks
for all your dedication and hard work. Good Luck in your future educational endeavors. God be with you always. Love, 1
Mom, Dad, and Julie % %
Go For It!
Always take God with you!
We’ll always be there.
Mom and Dad
Congratulations Dennis You Did It We Love You!
Mom, Bart, Peter and Bethany
Dad, Mom, and Bo
268 AdsCongratulations Rachel!
You are now ready to go out and conquer the world. Do it with faith and confidence, and always keep the Lord as your guide.
We love you!
Moma, Dad, Tina, Robin, Garry, and Patrick
Doug Moore — Class of 1987
We are very proud of you. Thanks for being a truly special person. Remember that God gives strength to those that wait upon Him.
We love you,
Dad, Mom, Cindi, Ken
We love you and are very proud of you. Remember, God never closes one door without opening another.
Tammy, and Amy
In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy path.
We love you, Dad, Mom, Susie, Mark, Denise, and Justin
Ads 269Congratulations Cindy!
We love you and are very proud of you.
You have brought us a lot of happiness. God Bless You,
Mom, Dad, Grandma, and Grandpa
We are proud of you. Just keep God in your life and every thing will work for you.
Daddy, Mamma, and Beth
Your smile always brightens our day. Congratulations Teresa!
God bless and guide you always. We are so very proud of you. All Our Love,
Dad and Mom
We are so proud of you and love you very much.
Dad, Mom, and Robert
270 AdsYour future — Make it worthwhile!
Congratulations To the class of 1987!
NAVY MEMPHIS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
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Some are bom with it. Some acquire it after years of training, waiting, and discipline. But the will to win is a common thing in all men — even those men not sure of their drives or unable to put them into words, but with champions — winning is a way of life, and when they lose they begin at once so prepare for the next win! The Lady Trojans
Cheryl Jordan Marsonetle Williams JoLaine Wyatt
Vonda Thornton Ann Sewell Samantha Lester Sabrina Peete Stephanie Ransom Julie Cheeseman
Stacy Barrom Jennifer Smith Michelle Collver Sharon Mosely Yolanda Gray Kim Herron Coach Sluder
WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU AND WISH YOU MUCH SUCCESS IN LIKE. IT’S BEEN A LONG AND SOMETIMES LONELY YEAR WITHOUT YOU. BUT WE KNOW YOUR YEAR IN AUSTRALIA HAS BEEN A PRICELESS EXPERIENCE. WE ALL LOVE YOU AND ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO HAVING YOU HOME.
MOM. TIM. AND CINDY
May the road rise to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face, the rain fall soft upon your fields, and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand.
W E LOVE YOU, KRIS MOM CARI
272 AdsTo all the friends we made in our four fun filled years at MCHS. We hope we’ve done enough to leave you with many great memories. Never forget us.
Belinda a.k.a. Koala Renee a.k.a. Nee’-Nee’
Andrea a.k.a. “Rose”
Congratulations, we are very proud of you and wc’rc proud to have been a part of your life. You have been a joy to us. Keep God first in your life and you will have great wealth.
We love you. Maw-maw, Paw-paw, Tony and Sandra.
Compliments of Millington Taxi Company, Inc.
5030 Navy Road
Keep It “Casual” Seniors Best of Luck! Pam, Cathy, and Vicki: Thanks for all the great times we’ve had together. It’s been great. Best of luck to you. I Love You All. Love, Carol
Best Western Inn 7726 Hwy. 51 N. Millington, Tennessee 38053 873-2222
To the Class of ’87 “THE BEST IS YET TO COME” Mrs. Taylor
Ads 273COMPLIMENTS OF MCHS PRESCHOOL and
CHILD CARE — HERO“BEFORE WE SAY GOODBYE”
Wc would like to say, Thanks for the memories. It’s been fun. See you at the 10 year reunion!
Mrs. Moore’s Homeroom
GOOD LUCK LARRY!
I Love You Baby!
— To a Family that is great, 1 send all my love. Thank you
B Greg, Susie. Ronnie and Anita for being the best brothers and sisters anyone could want. Especially, thank you
Mom for standing behind me and guiding me down the
V right path. Mom, 1 think you did a great job and I Love
V ' you for it.
Home of Christmas Tree Larry
Stay Gold, Trojans!
LARRY DURHAM REALTY
GOOD LUCK TO
THE SENIORS Until we meet again . . .
and Good Luck, Class of’87.
Have a Great Summer Everybody! M. Durham
The Red Cross Club
Congratulations and Good Luck
Martha and Amy!
Mom, Dad and Ray
THE CLASS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS! Coach Campbell’s Homeroom
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1987!
To the Class of ’87 Anna Jones
“Let’s Never Mrs. Burk Rachel Tucker
Say Goodbye” Daryl Sneed
Mrs. Boswell Michelle Stewart Kathy Morrison
Best of Luck to the Class of
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CROPF. SUZANNA A 36. 39. 71. 110. 146. 158. 159
CRUTCHER. VANESSA AN 85 CRUTCHFIELD. FI.ISA 118 CULBERTSON. DANA VYKI. 128 CU1.BREATH. ROBBIF DA 58. 110 CULLEY. JOHN 110. 138 CtIJ.KY. PATRICIA LYN I l 216. 224 CUIJA M. RONALD 185 CUMMINGS. MIKF. 118 CUNNINGHAM. JAMIE L 128 CUPPI.KS. JEFFREY D. 128 CURTIS, SEPTEMBER 128 CUTUP. TIMOTHY 118
DABAimi IIRIS 118. 167 DABM.DO. STEVE 118. 167 DACUS. TKRI85 DANDRIDGE. ANTONIO 128 DANIELS. DANNY I) 128.210 DANIELS. KIMBKRLY NO. 152.218 DAVENPORT. JEFFERY 118. 225 DAVENPORT. EAHI.A 85 DAVEY. DAWN 128 DAVEY. EDDIE 25. 42. 45. 49. 59. 85 218. 226
DAVIDSON. JANET 18. 26. 36. 42. 61
DAVIS. CHAIN 118
DAVIS. DANIELLE 22. 23. 75. 85
DAVIS. DANITA 85
DAVIS. FEIJCIA 119
DAVIS. NICO 129
DAVIS. THOMAS 129
DAWSON. DEREK 119. 141. 170
DAWSON. ERICAC. 110
DEGREE. CARLOS A. 110
DEI JUX. ANCIE 119
DEM ARK.NEY. ROBBIE 18. 31.33.36
85. 141. 151. 186. 187. 188. 189. I9|’
193. 196. 197.217. 226
DEPORTER. DARYL 54. 86
DEW. ANGKU 129
DEXTER. ROY 22. 23. 39. 54. 86
DICKINSON. RHONDA 45. 59.86. |.||
DIEKHAUS. PAUL 75. 119
DIM.MAN. JONATHON 23. 39. 54. 150
DOGGET. JAMIE 119
DOHERTY. KEVIN 110
DOHERTY. SEAN E. 129
DON All AY. STEPHEN 110
DONAH AY. SUSAN 129
DONAN. MICHAEL A. 129
DONOHUE. JEFFERY 110. 154
DOOLEY. KAREN 45.86. 141. 150
DOTY. WILLIAM 129
DOUClJAS. JUIJET 54. 59. 129
DRIGGERS. MARTHA 6.21. 24. 28. 32
188.8.131.52.65. 76.86. 106. 141. 143
157. 158. 159. 170
DRIGGERS. KAY MOND 75. 119
DUKE. RHONDA 110
DUNCAN. KRISTIE 129
DL N AN. TH ACY 26. 45.65. 86. 139
DUNHAM. CIIIIIS 119 DUNKI.E. AVERI 119
DUNIAP. DAVID 119
DUNIAP. DONNA I 10
DUNIAP. JIMMY A. 67. 68. 69. 128 129
DUNIAP. STEPHEN E. 68. 69
DUNN. SHANNON 119
DUPREE. ANDY 119. 186. 187
DU RFF. CHRISTOPHER 129
DYE. VANESSA K 39. 129
DYER. DAW NC. 71
EASTER WOOD. ARLENE 119 EDGE. VICKI 71.86. 155. 170 EDMONSON. SIIAWN 42. 119 EDWARDS. DEANNA 42. 110 EDW ARDS. JESSICA P 129. 219 EIIMER. MELINDA 129 ELKINS. GARY 86 EI.UOT. MICHELE 72. 110. I ll F.I.US. RACHEL 86 EI.IJS. STACY 129 ELROD. SEAN 119 ENDRES.SEAN 129 ERVIN. CHRIS 129 ERVIN. JASON 110
ERVIN. JU LIA M 58. 59. 86. 106. 107. 139. 140
ERVIN. SAM 87. 149
ERVIN. TAMMY 119
ERVIN. TONYA 39. 45. 126. 129. 167.
ERVIN. W ESI.EY 87. 149. 164 ESSARY. RHONDA 87 EUDY. BILLY 110 EVANS. JERRA 110.206. 207
FARRELL BLAKE 119 FAULKNER. CHRIS 129 FAUST. IjARRY 87 FEARS. TAMMY 119 FENDER. SHANNON 119 EIGUERAS. CATHERINE 119 FINDER. RICHARD 129. 204. 219 FISHER. LEIGH AN 129 FISHER. MARLENE 129 FITZPATRICK. SHEILA 119 FLAN AGON. KENNETH 87 FI.EISIIER. BEVERLY 129 FI.EISIIER. KIMBERLY 129 FLEMING. ILSI.IE 87 FLETCHER. DONALD 67.68. 110 FI.ETTY. KERRI 87
FLEW ELL ROB 3. 23. 39. 54. 110. 160
FLY. MIKE 129
FONT ANUS. PAUL 129
FORBES. SEAN 22. 23. 45. 49. 56. 57.
108. 110. 141
FORD. JEANNIE 129
FORD. LEV EHDER 110
FORD. LINDA 110
FORSTER. ERIKA 56. 129. 208
FORSTER. RUDY 18. 45.62. 63. 87.
FORSYTHE. CHRISTOPHER 119 FORTUNE. LORI 49. 108. 110. 207 FORTU NE. RENEE 129 FOSTER. RICHARD 68. 71. 119 FRAZIER. KATHLEEN 110 FRAZIER. ROSALIND I 10 FRAZIER. THERESA A. 87
FREEMAN. ROBIN 87 FREEMAN, SUSAN 119 FRIAR. MICHAEL E 68. 119 FROST. SHANNON R. 129 FRIGE. LANCE 69. 129 FRY. I ISA M 119 FRYE. LEE 68. 129 FRY HOFF. STEVE 119 FILLER. DAVID 119. 221 FULMER. GINA 72. 110 FI I .TON. JOAN 71. 110
CAGE. DENISE 129 GAGNON. JAMES 129. 194 GAI KS. MICHAEL 119. 186. 187 GARCIA. AMY 129 GARCIA. DAVID 24. 88 GARCIA. M ARIA 54. 119. 222 GARCIA. MARVIN SO. 110 GARDNER. DAWN 119.214. 224 CARMORK. RHONDA 129 GARNER. MATTHEW 25.88. ISO GARNER. PAUL 110 GARNER. SHEILA 119 GATES. ERIC 68. 119 GATLIN. DONNA 72. 110 GATLIN. EUGENIA G. 119 GATIJN. SANDRA J. 68.69 GKASI.IN. SANDRA 88 GEIGER. SHANE 88 CKHTSCHKN. TODD 88. 139. 140 GHOSTON. CLIFTON 68. 119 GHOSTON. KKASHA 110 GIBBS. TAMMY 72. 110. 141 GIDEN. ANDRE 69. 119 Gil FS. DAVID I 10 CILIjAM. JEAN 129 GIIJ.EY. EMILY 32. 88. 141. 170 CILLMORE. HEATHER 25. 36. 57. 58. 88. 150
GIPSON. BILLY 129
GIPSON. DANIEL I 16. 119. 186. 187.
GIPSON. SCOTTY 119
CITCHKI.L RANDY 110
GLENN. DANISK 71. 119
GODIN. USA 119
COIN. IjARRY 129. 194
GOLDEN. PAMELA 129
GOODE. MELODY 110
GOODMAN. DAVINA 119
GOODWIN. ANGELA RENE 58. 71. 169
GOREHAM. DEBRA K 88. 150
COTT. KEVIN 67. 68. 119
GRAHAM. KIM 119
GRANNIS. CIIERYL 32.86. 141. 144
GRANTHAM. KRISTIE 119
GRAU MUCH. CRYSTAL L 62. 110. 163
GRAY. RHONDA K. 111. 165
GRAY. YOLANDA 59. 119
GREEN. DEBRA 119
GREEN. MICHAEL SHANE I 19. 141
GREEN. TAMMY 129
GREEN. VAI.ETA 67. 69. 129
GREER. CINDY 23. 50. 72. I 11. 141.
GREEK. SCOTT Kl SSKU. 129 CKKCANTI. TIMOTHY 129 GHIGGS. JOHN 67. 69. 119 GRIGGS. RONNIE CARL 71 GHIGGS. TYRONE 119 GRIMES. WILLIAM 129 GHl RH. TONY 88 GRUSS. DAVID 11 I
H ADD. CHARLES 119 IIADD. TIFFANY 119 HADLEY.CHRIS 129.210 HADLEY. SCOTT 111. 170 HAGAN. MKUSSA 45. 111. 141.222. 223
IIAI.DKMAN.GENEVIEVE42. I 11. 138.
I II. 147. 170
IIAI.EY. DONYA H 59. I I I. 138
HALEY. LISA III
HALEY. MINDY 119
HALL AMY 59. III. 130. Ill
HALL DAN 12. 45. 89. 134. I 10. I 70
HALL JON 119
HALL DERRICK A. Ill
HALL ERIKA I. 129
HALL JAN 119
HALL MAURICE 119
IIAI.L SHANNON C. 129
HAI.URU RTON. SANDRA 18. 27. 28. 89.
HAI.LMAHK. SONYA 89
HALLOCK. LYNN III. 141 HAMILTON. STACY 119 HAMM. KELLY 89. 218 HAMMKL HOWARD III HAMMOND. MIKE 120 HAM MONTH EE. KATHY III HAMPTON. I.KVITA 45. 55. 56. III.
HANCL BRIAN 129 HANCE. PAM 89 HANNAH. KAREN 111 IIANSGKN. SHERYL III HARDEE. LETICIA 67 HARDING. BENJ AMIN 68.89. 129 HARDING. DANNY 129 HARDING. WENDY 120 HARDY. ROBERT 69. 129 HARRELL WAYNE 4. 71. 120 HARRIS. DAWN III. 141 HARRIS. DEADRE 120 HARRIS. KIMBERLY 71. 130 HARRIS. SHERYL E 130 HARRIS. JOSCHA 75. 120. 222 HARRISON. R AY MOND 28. 89. 160 HARWELL CEDRIC 120 HARWELL KEVIN Q. 89 HATCHKL DAN 23. 39.71.89 HATFIELD. JAMES 31.89. 166. 217 HATTER. I LSI.IE 130. 163 HATTER. MELANIE62. III. 163 HAWK. JEREMY 130 HAWKINS. JOSEPH 23. .39. 90 HAY. ANTONIO R. 130 HAYES. ANDREA 130 HAYES. KENNETH 130 HAYES. KEVIN 130 HAYES. I.KATHIA 130 HAYES. MARSHA 130 HAYES. PAULA. 130. 194 HAYLS. SHEA 31.90. 104. 185. 186.
187. 188. 189. 194. 220 HAYLS. TERRY 194. 204 HAYS. DAVID CECIL 90. 141 HAY SLIP. TRACY 69. 71. Ill IIAZLETT. CAROL Ml MEALY. JOHN P 130 IIEALY. MATTHEW 130 HEATH. JEFFERY III. 186. 187 HEBERT. GERALD 90. 164 HEBERT. ROBERT III. 148 HECTOR. JENNIFER 120 HEMMINGS. ROBERT 67. 68. 75. 111 138. 141
IIEMNKSS. EDDY 130 HENDERSON. BRYANT 71. Ill HENDERSON. J ASON 130 HENDERSON. JOHN 130 HENDERSON. RICHARD 130 HENDERSON. RICK 120 HENRY. V ICKIE 65. 90. I ll HERR. STACEY 120 HERRON. KIM 45. 120. 144. 203.223 224
HICKS. TAHAITHA 111
HIGDON. AMANDA 130
HIGDON. MATTHEW 130
IIIGGINBOTTOM. RICKY 31.67.69 9
154. I96. 197
tlll.L JAMES 111. 164
IIIIL SIIAWN III. 186. 187. IHO. 210
HINDMAN. JAMES A. 130. 191 HINKSON. STEVE 120 MISSION!;. JIMMY 130 HOBART. LARKY I I I HODGE. MELINDA III IIOKTGKR. BRANDY 75. 120 HOETGKR. MELISSA 130
278 IndexHOGAN. 120
HOLCOMB. STACI 130 HOLCOMB. VADRA 120 IIOU.EY. ANDREA 16. 18. .VI. 61.62. 63.90. 140
HOU.INCSIIKAI). KEVIN 111 HOLMES. IIS 111 HOI-MUS. USA 20 IIOIJMES.STACY III IIOLMNGKR. DONALD23. 39. .',2. 111 IIOISINGER.CAIL7I. 120 HOOD. EDUARD 130 HOOD. JENNIFER 120. 170 HOOD. JENNIFER L 120 HOOD. TAMARA 59.90. 139 IIOOKLR. ROBERT 39. 54. 71. 111 HORN. CONNIE 130 IIOSHAR. SHALNA 130 HOUSTON. HOSEA 71. 111. 196 HOI 9T0N,PATRM 1490. 166 IIOU ARD. CHRISTOPHER 23 IIOU ARD. JEFF 63.67. 69. Ill IIOU ARD. JONATHAN 130 IIOU ARD. LILLIE 130 IIOU E. JULIE 130
IIOU KRTON. MMHKKI.Y 4.3. 32. 3.5. 34.
120. 141. 167. 169
III OMAN. DOREEN 130
IILDSON. CHERYL 130
III ELSE AMP. MARIA 45. 90. 105. I II
III EY. JODY 130
III EEINKS. MICHAEL 23. 54. 60. 75. 76. 120
III LLEY.GENE26.30.9l. 186. 187. 188. 189. 283
III I.I.KV. JIM 18. 30. 32. 58.91. 186.
187. 188. 189. 220
III NNICtTT. I.AI RIE 120
III NT. CAREY 18. 28. 54. 69. 75. 91.
HINT. CATLNYA 130 HINT.CI.AY 130
III NT. CY NTIIIA 52. 53. 58. 111. I ll 145. 207. 222 HINT. LA MON A 71 II PP. RANDALL 42. 120 II RD. HERNARD08. III. |«k |
HIRST.SUSAN III. Ill III RT. JEREMY 120
INCRAM. DARYL 19.71. 120 INGRAM. JENNIFER 130 INCH AM. TINA 28. 91 INNIS. HAROLD 130 IRVIN. P4MEIA9I IRVIN. PATRICIA 120 IVORY. CARL 120 IVORY. DERRICK 71 IVORY. REGINALD 68. Ill
JACKSON. ASH LEE 15. 19.54. 56 57 58. 116. 120. 141.217 JACKSON. Al ORA 15. Ill Lift IV, JACKSON. IjAEAV ETTE69. 75. I I I JACKSON. MELANIE JO III JACKSON. TERI I I I JACKSON. VIHCII. 120 J AHKE.I.L CY NTIII A I. 120 JARRELL, MELISSA I). 130 JARRELL MIKE69. 120 JAUOHSKI. KEITH R 1.30 JEEEERSON. THEN A III
JENKINS. PIIII.IJP69. Ill
JERMYN. STEVE 91
JERNICAN. JERRY 91
JOHNSON. AMY 120. 158. 224
JOHNSON. ANCEI.C. 130.205
JOHNSON. ANTHONY 120. IHO
JOHNSON. BELINDA IB. 25. 32. 33. 42.
52.62.63. 91. 136. 138. 141
JOHNSON. BOBBY 57.91
JOHNSON. DAVID 120
JOHNSON. DERUIN 120.220
JOHNSON. DIXIE 120
JOHNSON. DONNA 36. 91. 148. 159
JOHNSON. LAURA 184.108.40.206
JOHNSON. MICHAEL 67.69. 120. 130
JOHNSON. PAMEIjA 120
JOHNSON. SHAWN M 130
JOHNSON. TONY 196
JOHNSTON. KIM 47.68. III. 187
JOIJ.Y. DOUG 120
JONES. ALICIA 120
JONES. AMY 92
JONES. AMY 130
JONES. ANNA 28. 71.92. 153
JONES. CATHERINE M 130
JONES. CHRISTY M 130
JONES. EERNEICA 120
JONHS. HENRY 62. III. 138
JONHS. JACINTHIA 130
JONES. JAMES H. 39
JONES. LASHAU N 45. 75. 111. 138. I II
JONES. I.OKENDA 75. 120. 121
JONHS. MAURICE 111
JONES. MICHE1AE 28.92. 160. 170
JONHS. PAUL 131
JONHS. ROBERT B. 131
JONHS. STEPHANIE R. 131
JONES. SUSAN 92
JONHS. TALETHIA 120
JONHS. YVETTE 92
JORDAN. CHERYL 18. 24. 30. ‘ 2. 201.
JORDAN. MICHAEL R. 120
JOYNER. MICHAEL 92
JUNEAU. JEFF 49. III. 138. 141. 151
KAMKC.KI. JENNIFER I I I KANIET.kl.JOEY 120. 187. 189 KARSKO. JENNIFER 71. III. 216 KASPER. CLAYTON I) 67. 68. 120 KAYE. RACHEL 121 KEIN. JENNIFER 67 KEITH. HE ATHER 131 205 KEITH. RICHARD 112 KELLEY. DAVID 131 KELLEY. RICHARD 36. 59. 112. 154 KELLY. PATRICK 13!
KKIJ.Y. UENDY 112 KKIJ.Y. UIIJJAM 121 KENNEDY. DANA 121
KENNIMIH STM Y 131 KENNY. PHILLIP 30. 92. 150. 210 KENNY. TIIERHSA 131
KERR. JENNIFER K. 131
KESI. ER. CRKC 112. 149 KIDU FLU JAMIE 112 KIMHROl CIL TORRIANO 69. 121 KIME-S. DARRIN 121
K INC AID MARY 2.3. 60. 121. III. 170 KINC. JAMES 131 KINO. JEFF 93. 105 KIRKLAND. SAMANTHA 121 KITCIIKI.H ROBBIE 111 KN Al ss. JAMES 111
KNICHT. CAHLKTHA M 131 KOPP. AM.IK 62. 112. 147. 163 KOPP. KELLIE 24. 15. 52. 53. 58. 59. 93.1 il
KOPP. KEVIN 121
KOPP. RAY MONDJ. 56. 126. 131. 194. 210
KIRTZ. MITCHELL 121 KIY KENDALL KICKY 121
LAHARRKAHH OUCH 112. 138. I II. 222. 223. 227 IJVCOMH. DAVID 121 LACOMR. THERESA 131 LACROIX. RIDOI.PH 131
I 0MB now lY 121
I.ADASM A. CHRISTOPHER 131 LAIRD. ( 11ARI H 121 IANDRAY. MARK 112. 119 LAROC.IIKI.Ln MONTHS E 112 LARUE. FR ANK 93 LAV INK. T AR A 121 IjAU SON. CRYSTAI.I. 121
I.ERIJVNC DKVONNIA 67. 68. 112
I.EHRON. MONICA 121
I.KK. JOE 45.56.57. 121. 141. 170. 186.
187. 189. 193.210
LEE. JOHN 68. 71. 121
LEE.. STEVE 121
LEEK. PARASTOO 121
I.KKSH ANNE 93. 139. 141
LEHSE. SHARON 131
I.KCASP1. AIjAIN 131
I ECASPL MICHEIAE 111. 111.214
LESTER. SAMANTHA 112. 138. 141.
LEU IS. AMY 131
IJCUIS. CARIjA 112. 164. 224
LEWIS. CARY 71.75. 121
I.IEBENCOOD. ANDY 93. 149
LIFE. MARY 58.93. 163
I.INKOUS. AMY 6. 18. 23. 28. 32. 36. 65.
93. 148. 157. 158. 159
I INZY. JOANNE Y 112
IJTTLE. CHRISTOPHER 112. 141
I.IZAYA. CRAIC 131. 194
LLOYD. KENNETHS. 131
I.OFTEN. ROBERT 68. 121
I.OCAN. CYNTIIIA 121
LONG. AMY 131
LONG. ANGEI.A 131
LONG. NICHOLE 112
I.ONTOK. ROBINSON 72. 112
LOPE . VICTORIA 121
I.ORIMKR. CHARLES 112
LORY. ANGEI-A 205
LOUIS. KAI 112
LOUTS. KIM 72. 112
LOUIS. TARMSHIA 131
LOVE. ANGEI-A 112. 121
LOVE. BRIAN 131
I.OVH PUCIIONK69. 71. 131.204
LOU BY. STACY A. 112
LUCAS. AMY 112
1.1 CAS. JACKIE 58. 93 LUCAS. KARMA 131
I.UCKEK. CHRISTOPHER 131.210 UN Y. HRISTI 112
1.1 NATL PAULETTE 93. 165 LUNDRIG AN. JOSEPH 112 I.URKER. CHRIS 131. 194 I.YEI.I, HOLLY 121
MACKEN. RONALD 131. 194. 210. 212
MACkIN. CHRISTY 131
MACM.IY CHARLENE 121. 154
MACUN. ALICIA 93. 138
MACI IN. CORKY 65. 112
MAOJN. MENDAL 131
MACSAV ANY. RICHARD 121
MAGIjOTHIN. BRIAN 131
MAHANNAH. ' n 71.121
M ALONE. CORRY 121
MALPHUS. GINA 94
MALPHUS. KIM 121
MANNAN. MICHEL E 131
MAPtiS. TAMMY A. 131
MARK. MIKE 112
MARSHALL. DIANE 75. 112
MARTIN. DANIEL 70. 121. 170
MARTIN. MM ANIE 131
MARTIN. MICHELLE 112
M ARTIN. PETE 71. 131
M ARTIN. SELENE 42. 62. 112. 146
MARTIN. UENDY M 121 MASON. DAKKEIXT 68. 121.220 MASON. VERNA J. 94 MASTERS. DAVID 112 MATHER. ROBERT 112 MATHKS. ALLEN 112. 180. 189. 19.3. 217
MATTOX. WENDY 122 M AUCHAN. BONNIE 131 MAXWELL BECKY 122 MAY.CHARIiS68.69. 131 MAYIIUCH. KRISTA a. 122. 169. 170 MCGEE. HI AINE 94 MCKEE. DEENA 141. 164 MCKEE. PAULA 220.127.116.11. 184. 20? MCMANUS. CHRISTY 20. 31. 34. 45.54. 61.62. 63. 78. 94. 139. 141. 170 MCNARY. ERIC 131 MCCAGE. BETSY 131 MCCAGE. RICHARD 131 MCCAU LEY. ANGEL 131 MC.GUUN. MICHELLE 122 MCCLAIN. SHERRI 122 MCCI -AN AH AN. MICHAEL 69. 131 l ( 0NNEI.L.JAMES94 MCCONNELL KEVIN R 122. 221 M Cl I Lot CH. KIM I 16. 122 III SBI MCDANIEL ANDY 31.94.216 MCDANIEL BRETT 112. 220 MCDONALD. KIMBERLY 60. 122. 217 MCK1.YKA. ADAM 131.210 MCGARY. DEBBIE 122. 141 MCGOVERN. JAY 112 MCGREGOR. BELINDA 75. 112 M INTIKE. MR4 94 MCINTOSH. SEAN 67.69. 131 MCKEE. DEENA 112 M Kill. TIM 122. 164 MCKINLEY. TAMMY 112. 153. 163.216 MCKINNEY. ADRIAN 122 MCLEAN. JEFF 122 MCMAIIAN. STEPHANIE 23. 131 MCNARY. ERIC 131.204 MCONNEIL JAMES 94 MCVAY. PATRICK 112 MEDEAKIS. SHARON 112. 141. 165 MEDINA. MISSY 54. 94. 155 MELLON. BILL 75. 122 MELTON. SCOTT 94 MENNEiS. JAMIE 122 MERIDIETH. SAMUEL 131 MEKIDIKTH. JACK 131 MEKREI.L LESLIE 32. 95. 110 METCALFE. ARTHUR S. 68. 69. 131 MICHAEL CHRIS 122. 186. 187.220 MIDDLETON. ADRIAN 122 MIDDLETON. DAHREIX 71.95 MIDDLETON. MAURICE 69. 131 MILAM. ANDY 39. 7|. 76. 112. 141 MILES. R ACHEL 122 MILLEN. KOKIA J. 112.220 MILLER. ANGELA 19. 31. 62.63. 95. 105. 139. 172. 207 MILIXK. CHARLIE 6. 109. 138. 196 MILLER. REGINA 49. S6. 122. 141 MILLER. SCOTT A 69. 131 Mll liR. TINA 19. 30. 59. 75.95. 222. 223. 227
MILLINGTON. ANGIE 122
MII.IS. ERIC 122
MILNER. EDU R| F. 67. 69. 131
Mm heu. un i3i
MITCHELL JOHN 45. 49. 53. 112. 138. 141. 146
Index 279M(X)NEY. BILLY 112
MOORE. DEBORAH 132
MOORE. DOUC 24. 30. 34. 95. 105. 146.
187. 188. 189.210
MOORE. PAMEU 112. 138. 141
MORGAN. DERON 112
MOORE. VIOLET 71. 122
MORGAN. JANET 112. 171
MORMAN. PATRICIA 95
MORRIS. CRYSTAL 57. 71.95
MORRIS. JALANA 122
MORRIS. TONYA 19. 28. 75. 95
MORRIS. WILLIAM W. 132
MORRISON. ANTHONY 112. 138. 141.
MORRISON. JACK 132
MORRISON. KATHLEEN 19. 60.61.62.
76.95. 107. 170. 284
MOSELEY. KRISTI L 132
MOSLEY. RONNIE 36. 39. 67. 68. 95
MOSLEY. SHARON 122.201
MOSS. AARON 130
MOSS. GERALDINE 68
MOSS. JOHANNA F. 132. 205
MOSS. JOYCE 113
MOSS. RONNY V. 132.204
MOSS. TONY R. 220
MOSS. TYRONE 71. 113
MOSS. W ALLY 132
MOY. DENNIS 95
M UN FORD. DAVID 68. 132. 194
MURPHY. SCOTT 45. 49. 96. 10S. 140.
MURRAY. JAMES 113 MURRAY. MAURICE W. 62. 113
NAQUIN. LEE 132
NEAL STEPHANIE 122
NEARN. DANNY 122
NEARN. JOSEPH W. 113
NEELY. SHAWN C. 132
NEMLS. TERESA 19. 28. 36. 45. 75. 96.
139. 140. 1S6. 163
NELSON. JODIE 7S. 122
NESBIT. LEON 132
NESBIT. MELVIN 122
NEVILLE. LARRY A 113
NEWMAN. ROBERT 69. 122
NICHELSON. BETHANY 38. 132
NICHELSON. PETER 122.186. 187
NICHOLS. HEATHER 19. 122
NICHOLS. MIKE 30. 58. 96. 186. 187.
NICHOLSON. FREDA L 113. 148 NISBY. CAREY 205 NISBY. EDWARD 71.132 NIX. SEAN A. 113 NOE. AMY J 132 NOE. BUDDY A. 113 NOUN. ANCELA 122 NOUN. CHRISTINE 113 NORMAN. DENNIS 122 NORRIS. JASON 122. 221 NUNN. JON C. 68.71. 132
O’CONNOR.MARY 75. 122 O’NEAL TERRI 96
O’ROURKE. SHALEE 39. 71. 122. 170 OAKES. KIMBERLY A. 122
ODELL JEREMY 68. 113. 145 OGLESBY. MARTY S3. 217 OGLESBY. MARY M 113 OCLESBY. MICHELE 132. 205 OGLESBY. TINA 122 OLDHAM. SARAH L 122 OLIVETTE. ALEXANDER 132. 194 OLIVETTE. LISA 122. 207 OLOFSSON.su -ANNE 36. 76. 96. 141 ONEAL KATHY J 54. 132 ONEALTERRI 96 OREAR. MARY 96 ORR. RUFUS B 68. 69 ORTEGO. KARU 132 ORTEGO. STEPHAN 96 OSWALT. ALISA C. 132 OVERSTREET. WENDELL 54. 57. 132. 194.210
OW ENS. DAVID 75. 113 OWENS. SHELLY 72. 113
PACE. MICHAEL 30. 37. 96. 140. 144. 221
PACE. CANDY 132 PAUDINO. NICHOLE 96 PALMER. JAMES F. 113.210 PALMER. KAREN 113. 138 PANNELL RANDI JO M3 PARHAM. CARI ANNE 49. 113 PARHAM. CARLA J. 54. 57. 126. 132. 208
PARHAM. TIMOTHY 113
PARI MORE. RHONDA 132
PARKS. KENNETH 122
PARKS. MICHAEL 72. 75. 122. 141. 163
PAR HIT.SCOTT 113
PATE. JOHN L 132
PATTERSON. GUY 42. 55. 122
PATTON. MICHAELS. 210
PAUL CINCER 132
PAYNL TONYA 32.96
PEACOCK. DON 67. 68. 113. 138. 141
PEARCE. STEPHANIE R. 132
PEDEN. ANGIE 132
PEDERSON. JENNIFER 23. 39. 44.
122.132. 141. 170
PEETE. SABRINA 71. 113. 138. 141.201 PEMBER. UUREN 123 PEMBER. LETTI 37. 97. 165 PEOPLES. CHRIS 113. 185. 196. 220. 22)
PERKINS. PHILLIP 57. 75. 123. 220 PERRY. GAOL 113.138.141 PERRY. MARK E. 123 PETERS. LASIIONDA 113 PETTY. JESSE 67.68. 123 PFEIFFER. bENITA 123.216 PHILLIPS. LEANN 123 PHILLIPS. SHANNA R. 54. 113. 163 PIERCE. DEMETRIUS 123 PIERCE, DENISE 123 PIERCE. TERESA D. 104 PIERCE, TINA 132 PIGEL MARY 75. 123 PINUC. BECKY 132. 208 PITMAN. MATTHEW 132 PLEAU. STEPHANEC. 72. 76. 97 PLUNK. TIM 23. 39. 121. 123 POLK. JENNIFER D. 132 PONDER. JACQUELINE 123 PONDER. SHARON 113
POOL DEBBIE 58. 97 POTTS. DANNY 97. 164 POWELL ANDREA G. 132 POYNER. JEFFREY 113 PRACHNIAK. STEPHANIE 45. 123. 141. 216.218
PRATHER. JOHN 32. 204 PRATHER. MELISSA 97 PRESTON. SAMUEL 113 PRICL THOMAS 26. 31. 34. 45. 76. 97. 141. 142.210
PRICL VIAYNE 28. 37. 7S. 97. 164 PRILST. KENNETH 97 PROCTOR. LISA ANN 113. 138. 141 PRUITT. LORI 52. S3. 54. 123. 141.207 PUGH. GARY 54 PULLEY. JOHN C. 132 PURDY. MICHELLE L. 65. 132. 163 PYATT. ANTHONY 113 PYLE. MEUNIEN. 123
QUICK. CARRIE 113. 141. 151
RABl'CO. OMAR 45. 72. 75. 113. 138 RABURN. CHANNIN 113 RACHEL STEVE 113 RANDALL KRISTIN 61.62.63. 78. 97. 139. 14)
RANKIN. TRACY 45. 59. 116. 123. 169. 170.217
RANSOM. FRANKLIN 27. 31. 53. 97.
186. 187. 188. 189. 191
RANSOM. STEPHANIE 45. 56. 113. 138.
RANSOM. SYBIL 16. 23. 28. 35. 37. 39. 40. 41.42. 45. 52. 56. 61.62. 63. 76. 98. 107. 141 RAPP. JOE S. 68 RAY. LYNN 45. 141 KAY. MIKE 132 RAY. RONALD 98 RAY. TREY 31.98. 210. 226 RAYMAN. JAMES 123 RECTOR. FRANK 113 REDMOND. ANGEL R 132 REED. ANGEU 123 REED. DAVID 71. 113 REED. HEATHER L. 132 REED. JENNIFER 123 REED. MARSHA 132. 205 REED. W ILLIAM T. 98 REEDER. TONY 113 REES. RICHARD 75. 132 REESL ERIC 69 REEVES. TEFFANIE 132 REILLY. DANA D. 123 REIN. JENNIFER 69. 132 REYNOLDS, CINDY 27.98. 165 RHINEHART. WALTER 24. 31.49. 98. 210
RICH. RAYMOND 123 RICHARDSON. CARU 71. 132 RICHARDSON. EDW ARD 113 RICHARDSON. ROCHELLE 75. 123 RIDDLL JENNIFER 68. 113 RIDDLE. MIKE 69. 103. 221 RILEY. CHARLENE 113. 132 RIPLEY. TAMEU 67. 69. 123 RIPPK. TAMMY 23.132 RISBY. KARREN 132 RITTER. GREGORY 45. 113. 138. 141. 216
ROBERSON. KRISTIN R. 58. 132 ROBERTS. ANGEU 75. 138. 141. 148. 170
ROBERTS. KRISTY' 132 ROBERTS. LEE 113 ROBERTS. NANCY 71. 132 ROBERTS. TABITHA 67. 68. 113 ROBERTS. TIMOTHY 23. 123 ROBERTS. TONY JR 68. 123 ROBINSON. CARLENE 69. 123 KOHINSON. JANICE 153 ROE. DONNA 30. 98 ROE. PAUL 98. 144 ROEBUCK. TERESA 98 ROELKE, THOMAS 30. 98. 186. 187.
188. 189. 192.217 ROGERS. MARY 123 ROGERS. TONYA 113 ROUND. ERIC A. 132. 194 ROSS. DIANNE 113 ROSS. ERIC 132 ROSS. MICHAEL 67.69. 132 ROTH. ROBERT 123 ROWUND. ANNA 123 ROWUND. BOBBY 123. 149.210
ROWUND. THERESA 113 ROYAL KYLE 113 RUMMEL SHAWN 123 RUTHERFORD. ALLEN 123 RUTLEDGE, CHRISTOPHE 123 RUTLEDGE. MIKE 123
SADDIJJL CLUREASE 71. 123
SADDLER. WYMAN 132. 194
SADLON. CASEY 99
SALYER. MIKE 123. 186. 187. 189
SANBORN. CHRIS 113. 210. 212
SANDERS. ANTHONY 113
SANDERS. COLE B 133
SANDERS. ERIC 99
SANDERS. USA 123
SANDERS. TYRA 123
SANDOZ. KATHRYN 99
SANFORD. THOMAS 113
SANTINI. QUINN F. 21
SAUERS. ROBERT 133
SAVAGE. EDWARD 113.219
SAVER. WERNER 210
SAVERS. BOBBY 113
SAWYER. MARGARET 123. 214. 216
SAW YER. SCOTT 113
SCARBOROUGH. DEBRA 133. 205
SCHAUB. TAMMIE 123
SCHIMDT. STACY 123
SCHUCHTER. KELLY 68
SCHNEIDER. JENNIE 123
SCHOCKE. DONNA J. 54
SCHOCKE. STEPHEN 113. 220. 221
SCOTT. COLLETT 71. 123
SCOTT. SONJA A. 67.69. 133
SCOTT. STEVEN 113. 164
SCOTT. VANESA 71. 114
SEALS. CARU 67. 68
SEALS. EARLO 123
SEALS. GREGORY 71. 114. 196
SEALS. KIMBERLY 123
SELPH. SHANE 75. 123
SEUAS. MICHELLE 133
SESTINA. JAMIE 133
SETZER. ROBERT 19. 28. 42.62. 63. 75.
99. 107. 141. 184
SEW ELL ANN 114. 201.224
SEXTON. JEFF 133
SHANNON. MARK 71
SHARKEY. JOHN 114
SHARKEY. LUCY 133
SHEFFIELD. JOE 27. 37.99. 149
SHELTON. ANDRE 133
SHELTON. APRIL 133
SHELTON. APRIL 133
SHEPHERD. DENNIS 123
SHERRILL KATHY 133
SHERRILL MICHAEL 99. 149
SHILLING. CURTIS 123. 186. 187. 189.
SHIPP. TRACEY 99
SCHOCKE. DONNA 133
SHORT. TESS 208
SHULTS. GERALDINE 114
SHULTS. JOSELINE 71. 123
SIDES. MYRA 114
SIF.BF.RT. MEUNIE 114. 153
SIGLER. JOHN 99
SII.COTT. JOHN 39. 123
SILVEY. JENNIFER 22. 42. 114. 141.
SIMS. RICHARD 133 SIPE. JENNIFER 65. 114 SI PE. SHAUN 19. 21. 23. 32. 37. 45. 61. 65.99. 106. 107. 139. 141. 170
280 IndexSLATE. DONNIE 69. 133
SLAWINKSI. DALE 133
SLOAN. RONALD 29. 75.99
SMALLEY. DAVID 123
SMITH. ANDREA 123
SMITH. ANGELA 71
SMITH. BUDDY D. 133
SMITH. CARL 123
SMITH. CATHY 123
SMITH. CEDRIC. 69
SMITH. CHARISMA 123
SMITH. CHRIS 68. 69. 133
SMITH. CHRIS L 114
SMITH. CHRISTOPHER T. 114. 164. 196
SMITH. DANNA 123
SMITH. DAVID 114
SMITH. DENNIS 100
SMITH. DIANE 72. 114
SMITH. ELIZABETH 100
SMITH. GEORGIA 58. 100. 155
SMITH. GREGARY 124
SMITH. JAMES 133
SMITH. JENNIFER 45. 201.203. 214.
SMITH. JENNIFER L 124. 141 SMITH. JOLENE 133 SMITH. USA ANN 133. 205 SMITH. USAS. 133 SMITH. MICHAEL VI 124. 220 SMITH. PAUL 114 SMITH. RONALD 124. 186. 187 SMITH. SABASTIANC 133 SMITH. SHAN EL 55. 124 SMITH. STACY 100. 139. 141 SMITH. STEVE A. 124 SMITH. TERESA 75. 114. 171 SMITH. TIM 114. 186. 187. 189. 193.
SM1THMIER. SHANE L 133. 194.210 SNEED. DARYL 1. 21.26. 3S. 37. 45. 61. 62. 76. 100. 105. 140. 142.284 SNELL VELMA 124 SNODCRASS. STACI 75. 124 SNYDER. KELLY 100 SOCHA. KATHRYN A 133 SOLAN. MICHELLE 100, 140. 148 SOMDAHL ERICS. 133 SORIANO. CONSTACIA R 19. 42. 52. 53. 62.63. 78. 100. 106. 140 SORIANO. SYLVIA 124 SPARKS. LAHOMER.68. 114 SPARKS. NANCY 29. 35. 54. 72. 100.
STACY. SHANNON 114
STANK. SANDRA 45. 114. 141
STARNES. WALTER B 133
STECH. BILL V. 124
STEELE. BRIAN K 124
STEPHENS. TIFFANY 60. 124
STEPHENSON. BARBARA 114
STEPHENSON. CHRIS 133. 194
STEVENS. BRIAN 133. 204
STEVENS. JOHN C. 133
STEVENS. TIM 114. 149. 220
STEW ART. CAROL 54. 58. 100. 152
STEW ART. DENISE 101
STEW ART. DUANE 124
STEW ART. HENRY C. 133
STEW ART. LAURA 124
STEWART. MICHF.1J.E 1.21. 26. 32. 33.
35.45. 56. 59.61.62. 76. 101. 107. 140.
STEW ART. THOMAS 29. 75. 101. 148
STILES. BRIAN 101
STINNETT. JAMES 114
STOLLINGS. DEANNA 1 14
STONE. BRIAN 133
STONE. DAVID 59. 114
STONE. JOHN 114
STOREY. SHAWN 124
STRAUSS. WILLIAM 44. 114. 186. 187.
STREET. BRIAN 49. 114.220. 221
MRU I. TIM 49
STRINGFELl.OW. TERESA 114
STROHKIRCH. MICHAEL 133. 194
STROUD. BELYNDA 44. 124. 159
STROUD. RICHARD D. 133
STBOl I). I AMVO s 124
STUBBLEFIELD. STACY 29 71. lol
STUBBLEFIELD. STEPHANIE 23. 124
SUGGS. UNDA 124
SULLIVAN. RHONDA 101
SULLIVAN. SHANNON 134
SUUJVAN. SHELIA 114
SUMMER. BECKY 133. 208
SUTER. BILLY 124
SUTER. BRIAN S. 56. 126. 133
SWARTZ. USA 24. 101. 167
SW EENY. AMY 45. 114. 138. 141. 148
sum ART. LISA S4.60.62. 1 14. 138. 141
TABOR. JEFFERY 101 TACKETT. SHERRI 68. 69. 133 TACAVTU.A. ROGER 42. 67. 114 TALBERT. CHASTITY 126. 133 TALLEY. MEI.USA 114 TANKERSLEY. JEFF 124 TANT. RAYMOND 114 TAPLEY. FRANKLIN 114 TARRANCE. FAITH 101 TATE. KIMERIE 37. 53. 57. 114. 138.
143. 147. 148. 167. 169.207
TATUM. CHRISTA 124
TAYLOR. MIKE 133. 194.204
TAYLOR. KATHY L 133
TAYLOR. MELISSA 133
TAYLOR. MICHAEL WAYN 39
TAYLOR. TERESA 114
TAYLOR. TOMMY 124
TAYLOR. TONYA 133
TENORIO. KIM 6. 23. 27. 29. S4. 105.
TENORIO.T. K. 133 TERRANCE. BECKY 133 THEOBALD. TARA 29. 54. 72. 75. 101. 141
THOMAS. JACQUELINE 102 THOMAS. JERRY 133. 194 THOMAS. KELLY 23. 37. 45. 54. S5. 58. 60. 102. 140. 145. 170 THOMAS. NICOLE 71 THOMAS. SHIRLEY 114 THOMAS. STEPHEN 124.218 THOMAS. STEVEN 102 THOMAS. TERRI 124 THOMPSON. DANIEL 133 THOMPSON. MELISSA 4S. 62. 114. 138. 141. 148
THOMPSON. SHAW N 23. 39. 114 THOMPSON. STEVE 23. 39. 124 THORNE. RICHARD 37.67.68. 102 THORNTON. VON DA 104. 114. 201. 202. 224
TICKLE. JOHN 114 TICKLE. SAM 133 T1ETZ, JUD R. 133
TIETZ. MARY 20. 26. 29. 35. 37.39. 45. 54. SS. 62. 63. 71. 76. 102. 107. 136.
140. 142. 159. 170
TILLERY. CAROL 124
TILLMAN. ROBIN 23. 38. 124. 159. 169.
TILTON. BRIAN EARL 68. 69. 133. 194 TILTON. JOHN 114 TINCHER. DONNA 124. 222. 223 TODD. BRADY L 133. 194.210 TODD. BRANDON 45. 114. 138. 217.
TOLBERT. CHASTITY 23 TOW LER. REANN M. 133 TOWNSELL WILLIAM M 68. 133. 194 TRACEY. DAVID. 114.210 TRAVIS. VICKI 108. 114. 152 TRIMBLE. RICKY 124 TRIMBLE ANDREA 39. 71. 124 TRUNDLE. AGNES 133 TUCKER. PAUL 133. 194 TUCKER. RACHEL 1. 19. 21. 30. 33. 37. 49.61. 62. 76. 102. 106. 107. 139. 140. 155. 207. 228. 284 TUGGLE. CHRISTINE 71. 124 TULIJS. DEANA 114 TULLOS. CHRIS 114 TURNER. HONDA 54. 124. 214. 216 TUROSKY. KATHY 102. 160 TUROSKY. VICTOR 124 TYRRELL MICHAEL K. 134 TYRRELL. RICHARD 102
USLETON. NANCY 124
VANDERCRIFT. TANYA 116. 124. 141. 207
V AN VICK li:. DARRELL 134 VAUGHN. ANDREA 124 VAUGHN. YOI-AMM 124 VELASQUEZ. MELVIN 42.62.63. 114. 138.210
VELEZ. HECTOR 24. 42. 62. 63. 102.
VELEZ. JENNIFER 134 VISHER. CARY 134 VOGT. TERRY 114 VOTE. JENNY 134
WACE. JEFF 45. 49. 124.217 WAITS. TERESA L 37. 59. 114. 1S2 W AKEFIELD. DARRIS 154 WALDEN. DONNEL F. 134 W ALDEN. MIKE 124 WAI.DON. DEBORAH L. 114. 152 W ALKER. CHARLOTTE L. 26. 54. 102 u Al KER. CHER! 134
WALKER. MARY L 67. 134. 169
WALKER. SHELTON 134. 194
WALL CARRIE E. 71. 134
WALL LAURIE A. 71. 114
WALI.ACE. SHAWN 124
WALLS. DAWN 71. 134
WALLS. KIMBERLY 58. 103
WALLS. SUSAN 103
WALSH. EILEEN M 114
WALTERS. RENE 115. 138
WARD. JACOB 23. 39. 62. 63. 102. 106
W ARD. JERRID 124
W ARD. MICHAEL 68
W ARD. RUSSEU. 124
WARNER. CARIN 65
W ARNER. USA 125
W ARNER. TARVIS 134
W ARREN. DOUGLAS M 115
W ARREN. KONGA 134
WASHINGTON. DARRELL 134
W ASHINGTON. DARREN 134. 194
WASHINGTON. HAKIM 134
WATSON. BOBBY 125
WATSON. CHAD M 134
WATSON. HEIDI 125
WATSON. KIMBERLY L 153
WATSON. LEROY 19. 24. 37.61.65.
103. 139. 140
WATSON. MARY I2S
W ATSON. SAMANTHA 67. 68. 115
WATTS. JAMEs C |2S. 141. 186. 187
W EATHERLY. DESIREE 60. 72. 134
WEATHERLY. MARK 125
WEAVER. JOE 67.69. 134
W EBB. BRADLEY 115
WEBB. JF.FF A. 115. 149
WEBB. JULIE A 134
WEBSTER. CHRISTOPHER 134
W EI.I.s. JOHN 125
WEI I s. MICHELLE L 103. 167
WEST. JENNIFER A. 75. 115. 138. 141
WESTMORLAND. AMY 45. 75. 125.
WESTRICH. JEREMY 134
WHITE, USA R. 71.134
WHITE. PATTY "RICHEL" 22. 23. 45.
5S.7I. 116. 125. 141. 170
WHITE. RUBY 125
WHITE. SHANNON 45. 103. 140. 163
WHITE. WIU.IAM B IIS. 149
W HITLOCK. STEPHEN 30. 44. 103. 217
W HITNEY. TRACY 103
W IGGINS. STEPH ANIE 134
W ILB ANKS. BIU.Y W . 134
W ILDE. ARON 134
WILDE. ERICC. 45. 59. US. 125. 141
W ILDER. JEANNE 134
WILKINS. USA 125
WILKINS. SHEILA 115
WIUJAMS. ANTHONY 134
WILUAMS. CHRISTOPHE 134
W ILLIAMS. J AMES 21. 32. 35. 37. 45.
49. 103. 139. 140. 170
WILUAMS. JASON C. 134.204
W ILUAMS. JEFF 115
WILUAMS. KELLY 75.125 W ILUAMS. KIMBERLY 134 W IUJAMS. MARSONETTE 57.201 WILUAMS. QUINCY 72. 75. 115 WILUAMS. REGINALD 75. 115 WILLIAMS. THOMAS 134 W ILUAMS. TRISA 125 WILLIAMSON. GERALD 71. 194. 196. 197
W ILUAMSON. MASHEUA 68. 125 W IUJAMSON. RHONDA 68. 125 W IUJS. DAVID H. 69. 75, 125 W ILSON. CHARLES 125 W ILSON. FELLIPE 68. 134 WILSON. JASON 67. 69. 134.210 WILSON. JEANETTE 125 WILSON. REBECCA 19. 25. 103 W IMBERLY. CHARLES JR 125. 106. 187.207
WINCHESTER. RICHARD 134 WINTER. CHERYL 115 W INTERS. STEVEN 134 WINZENRIED. CHERIE 115 W ITHAM. STEU.A 125 W ITHERMAX. LESLEY 125 WOLFE USA 115. 163 WOMISH. DEANNA 52. S3. 115 WONISH. TERRY 125 WOOD. DONNA K 125 W OOD. ONA 60. 75. 25 WOODWARD. JERKY 68. 115 W OOTEN. W ENDY 125 WRAY. SEAN 125 WHFY SHANNA 134 W RIGHT. ROBBY G. I IS. 186. 187 W RIGHT. ROSALYN 134 WLRTZ. SUSAN 104 W YATT. JOAINF. 104. 106. 139. 146. 184
W YATTF, JOE 21. 30. 35. 45. 56. 62. 63. 115. 142. 163. 203
YATES. JOHN L 188
YATES. WILL1 AM 125. 187
YOUNG. DANA 71
YOUNG. JAN 125. 134. 157
YOUNG. KIMBERLY 115
YOUNG. VANESSA 115.152
YOUNT. DENNIS F. 16. 19. 23. 29. 32.
37. 39. 42. 18.104.22.168. 104. 107. 120.
143. 158. 159
ZVOLANEK. JEFF 125
A Final Farewell
Tliis year al MCHS was colorful in so many ways. F.ach way lias shown our unique personality ami ideals. We colored ourselves learning in the academic and vocational courses to prepare for our entrance into the job world and such universities as Rhodes. Shelby Stall . Lunbulh. U.T. Marlin. CBC, ami Memphis Slate. W c were also colored victorious through su|H rior performances al freshman foolliall games, wrestling regionals. science bowls. All-West Chorus. Ole Miss Yearliook Camp, and West Tennessee Marching Band Festival. Another color of MCHS was shown through student par-licipalion in summer camps for cheerleaders, band mcmiicrs and yearliook staff editors: essay contests: ami the spirit | arade. The sociable shade of MCHS |M rsonalilv was seen in the first foolliall game. Homecoming. Iiasketball games. Cupid's Ball. Sadie Hawkins, and Spring courtyard socializing. Our active color was also displayed through the clubs, class fund raisers, student part-time
jobs, and the Senior play. Still another addition to the MCHS spectrum was liveliness. Students showed this aspect of Millington's personality al pep assemblies, dances such as the Slamahamarama. and wild cheers for the band's performance of the Fee Wee Herman.
Throughout the year of color, we have all made memories to last a lifetime. Seniors cherished the time left with friends before saying goodbye on that special graduation day. They remember that first pep rally where they cheered “Yeah Seniors," the plans for the prom, the orders for invitations, “cramming" for tests, the Senior play, and the emotions raised by the theme “Before We Say Goodbye. ' As the 1987 Seniors look forward to bright futures beyond their MCHS experience , they will always rememl er their special years here fondly and wish the underclassmen as many colorful memories.
282 ClosingOpposite page: Top: Kim McCullough and Gene Hulley enjoy themselves at the Homecoming 86 Dance. Bottom: The sign that welcomes all to MCHS. This page: Left: The presentation of the colors at the football game. Top: Millington Varsity Football Team in a win over the Munford Cougars. Bottom: Students in the Freshman girls’ P.K. class pose for the camera.
Closing 283THE ARTISTS OF THE 1987 TROJAN
As I look back over ihe years, I remember all of the good times and all the bad times that I have encountered during my four years at MCHS. I hope that this yearbook captures all the memories that you have of MCHS. A special thanks goes to this year's editorial staff. To Rachel, I say thanks for doing an excellent job on advertisements this year and for making yearbook fun. To Michelle, thanks for the extra hours alter school and for putting up with those picture schedules. And to Kathy, thanks for keeping the yearbook “letter” perfect and for just being there. A special thanks goes to Mrs. Burk for giving me the chance to be editor of the yearbook and for her patience with this year's staff. Lest we not forget the staff for their hard work and for their dedication, especially the few who put in the extra hours.
Editor Daryl Kirk Sneed
This yearbook took a lot of time and team work to put together, but we made it! 1 would like to say thank you to Daryl, Rachel, and Kathy for supporting me during those hectic times. And to Mrs. Burk, thanks for putting up with all of us and giving me the chance to be Photography Editor. I appreciate the other staff members' help, and especially those who stayed after school many times to work to meet deadlines. And thank you to all of the students who supported the yearbook staff throughout this year. This book would not be in existence if it was not for all of these people. I sincerely hope that all students will look at this year’s yearbook and remember friends, teachers, and the best times they ever had.
Editor of Photography Sonya Michelle Stewart
No one can truly appreciate the work put into a yearbook until he has actually been a part of it. It was a lot of hard work and hard times but we made it through! I hope all of you can turn each page with excitement and interest. I would like to give all my thanks and love to Kirk, Michelle, and Kathy for always being there and putting up with me throughout my moods. I also want to thank the entire staff for being there to help me. Thank you, Mrs. Burk, for putting up with us with sincere patience. I know at times you wanted to knock us down. I especially want to give thanks to all my friends who were always there for me. I could not have made it without each and everyone of you. Our memories will last forever. To the class of '87, this was our year, may you remember it always!
Business Editor Rachel Ann Tucker
First and foremost, I wish to thank Mrs. Burk, Kirk, Michelle, and Rachel for keeping me on the beaten path. Now I can say hello and thank you to the rest of the staff. Without you and your dedication the yearbook surely would have fallen to its death. Finally, I wish to thank the fine students of MCHS — for making the need for a yearbook, for making the yearbook a great tradition, and for keeping the tradition alive. I wish the best of everything to next year's staff. And that is all 1 need to say.
Copy Layout Editor Kathleen Marie Morrison
My thanks to the entire MCHS class of '87 for making this yearbook possible. Daryl, thanks for the superb leadership you have provided. Thanks for the patience, hard work, and skill given to the '87 book. I shall always remember your smile. Michelle, thanks for the excellent job as photography editor. There was never a problem you could not solve because you never gave up. Rachel, thanks for the hard work, integrity, accuracy, and leadership you demonstrated as business editor. This is one of the best years in ad sales the MCHS yearbook has ever had. Kathy, thanks for all the hard work and guidance given to copy and layout. Your job is a very difficult one! Finally, thanks to the entire Trojan staff. You have been a very hardworking staff. May you always remember the days you worked after school, the plea we issued for “no snow,” the hard work fifth period, and the fun we had. Thanks! And remember, my tree is still alive!
Sponsor Mrs. BurkSpecifications
The 1987 Trojan was printed and bound by Taylor Publishing Company in Dallas, Texas. The book has 285 pages, and 800 books were printed. The book sold for $29.00 or $30.00 v ilh ihe name printed in gold on the cover.
COVER The black cover, designed by the Trojan staff has a handtool grain with the Trojan emblem embossed in melalique gold.
COPY: All copy is in Hodoni type, body copy appears
in 10 pt. and identification in 8 pt. Headlines are 24 pi. with subtitles in 18 pt.
PHOTOGRAPHY: VearlwMik photographers
were Melvin Velasquez, Hector Velez, and Renee Soriano. Jimmy Alford Studios was the official school photographer. Some pictures were also supplied by the
Millington Star and Photography Plus. Additional photographs were supplied by Mrs. Cordon Crawford. Jenni Beckham. Mr. Ray Dunavant, Mrs. Susan Whitehead. Mrs. Ray Pederson. Mrs. Dennis Wages. Chris Debaldo. Mrs. Rubye Dobbins. Mrs. Lois Sigler, and Kris Soriano.
thanks goes to Mrs. Osteen for providing copy information and for graciously allowing pictures to be made in her home: to JCPenney's, Christine's. Mitchell's Formal W ear. Susie's Casuals, and Donna's Fashions for providing formal attire and allowing pictures to be made in their establishments and to Mr. Tietz for helping with the index.
Specifications 285IEditor — Daryl Sneed Photography Editor — Michelle Stewart Business Editor — Rachel Tucker Copy Layoul Editor — Kathy Morrison
Rudy Forster Andrea Holley Belinda Johnson Laura Johnson Shannon McKee Christy McManus Angela Miller Kristin Randall Sybil Ransom Robert Setzer Renee Soriano Mary Tietz Jake Ward Jolaine Wyatt Dennis Yount
Hector Velez Renee Soriano Melvin Velasquez
Other Staff Members:
Crissy Graumlich Melanie Hatter Henry Jones Angie Kopp Selene Martin Maurice Murray Lisa Swihart Melissa Thompson
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