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Memories and More - Class of '62

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Memories and More ….. :

Memories and More ….. Class of 1962 Madison Central High School

Class of 1962:

Class of 1962

Reunion - 1982:

Reunion - 1982

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Reunion - 1992:

Reunion - 1992

Talent Show:

Talent Show

Play – “The Shy Guy”:

Play – “The Shy Guy”

Remember …or not:

Remember …or not ….Good nature and good sense must ever join. To err is human, to forgive divine. It is most unfortunate that the principal of our school is not divine or perhaps I should not have erred.

Sheila Raftery – First Day of School:

Sheila Raftery – First Day of School

Sandra Murphy Gibbs – First Grade:

Sandra Murphy Gibbs – First Grade

Diana West Jaynes – First Grade:

Diana West Jaynes – First Grade

Billy Neal Hill – First Grade:

Billy Neal Hill – First Grade

Paul Baker – First Grade:

Paul Baker – First Grade

Darnetta Wells Congleton – First Grade:

Darnetta Wells Congleton – First Grade

Carol Cornelison Moseman – First Grade:

Carol Cornelison Moseman – First Grade

Priscilla Roberts – Fourth Grade at Waco:

Priscilla Roberts – Fourth Grade at Waco

Glenn Foley:

Glenn Foley

Gayle Freeman:

Gayle Freeman

Remember ….:

Remember …. …Senior Skip Day

Fun on Senior Skip Day:

Fun on Senior Skip Day

Red House Elementary:

Red House Elementary

Kirksville Elementary School:

Kirksville Elementary School Kirksville School started in 1912. It closed as an elementary in 1999.

Union City Elementary :

Union City Elementary

Union City Elementary:

Union City Elementary Danny Tribble, Maybe Roy Dean, Eddie Ramsey, Ann Hendricks, Sandra Murphy, Wilma Wall, Betty Tribble

Kingston High School:

Kingston High School

Kingston Fourth Grade - 1955:

Kingston Fourth Grade - 1955

Waco :

Waco

Waco - 1912:

Waco - 1912

Waco - 1948:

Waco - 1948

Waco - 1997:

Waco - 1997

Fifth Grade – Waco - 1955:

Fifth Grade – Waco - 1955 Waco - 1955

Fifth Grade – Waco - 1955:

Fifth Grade – Waco - 1955 Waco-1955

Remember…:

Remember… …C Day? (All food served on Wednesday began with a “C”.)

Sandra Murphy - Valedictorian:

Sandra Murphy - Valedictorian

Angela Faye Brookshire - Salutatorian:

Angela Faye Brookshire - Salutatorian

Bobby Joe Guinn – Mr. Trail:

Bobby Joe Guinn – Mr. Trail

Mary Todd Moores – Miss Trail:

Mary Todd Moores – Miss Trail

Most Popular Mary Todd Moores & Donnie Riddell:

Most Popular Mary Todd Moores & Donnie Riddell

Wittiest - Donnie Kearns and Carol Cornelison:

Wittiest - Donnie Kearns and Carol Cornelison

Best Looking – Jane Douglas & Jimmy McCreary:

Best Looking – Jane Douglas & Jimmy McCreary

Best Personality – Beverly McCreary and Ralph Hacker:

Best Personality – Beverly McCreary and Ralph Hacker

Most Intellectual – Sandra Murphy & Daniel Tribble:

Most Intellectual – Sandra Murphy & Daniel Tribble

Leadership – Darnetta Wells and Bobby Joe Guinn:

Leadership – Darnetta Wells and Bobby Joe Guinn

Most Athletic – Rita Chambless & Charles Combs:

Most Athletic – Rita Chambless & Charles Combs

Best Groomed – Franklin Whitaker & Mary Linda Edwards:

Best Groomed – Franklin Whitaker & Mary Linda Edwards

Most Musical – Luke Keith, Jr. and Paula Jean McMullin:

Most Musical – Luke Keith, Jr. and Paula Jean McMullin

Most Poised – Paul Baker and Joan Evans:

Most Poised – Paul Baker and Joan Evans

Best Manners – John David Long & Virginia Renfro:

Best Manners – John David Long & Virginia Renfro

Most Likely to Succeed – Edward Gregory and Angela Faye Brookshire:

Most Likely to Succeed – Edward Gregory and Angela Faye Brookshire

Cutest – Jo Ann Cobb & David Morgan:

Cutest – Jo Ann Cobb & David Morgan

Class Officers:

Class Officers

Remember When….:

Remember When…. ….the word “bad” meant “not good”?

Beta Club Officers:

Beta Club Officers

Citizenship:

Citizenship

Remember …:

Remember … …..drive-in movies and stowaways.

Doug Jones and Louise – 1963 at EKU:

Doug Jones and Louise – 1963 at EKU

1961 Soil Judging Team:

1961 Soil Judging Team

Beverly? Ask Ralph:

Beverly? Ask Ralph

Pete Morgan:

Pete Morgan

Bobby Shepherd – On a Bahama run?:

Bobby Shepherd – On a Bahama run?

Ask Ralph??:

Ask Ralph??

Ralph & Bobby:

Ralph & Bobby

Last Will and Testament:

Last Will and Testament Senior Class of 1962 Madison Central High School Diana West Owen Wayne Deatherage

Last Will and Testament:

Last Will and Testament We, the graduating class of 1962, being of sound mind and body—do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament. As we leave the cherished halls of Madison Central High School, we hereby bequeath to our successors the high honor and privilege of being graduates of such an outstanding school. To future seniors we will the best time of their lives, the fun and satisfaction which we enjoyed. To the faculty we will heartfelt thanks and appreciation for their help and guidance. We leave with you pleasant memories of our senior advisers—Mrs. Oldham, Mrs. McKinney, Mrs. Moberly, Mrs. Holloway, Miss Willoughby, Miss Norris—who so capably helped make our senior year such a happy success.

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To the Junior Class, we will the privileges as High and Mighty Seniors. To the Sophomore Class, we will the ability to survive two more years. To the Freshman Class, you poor kids, we will the quality that enabled us to get this far—endurance. To Mr. Moore, the principal, we will the echoes of our footsteps and laughter. To Mr. Roberts and Mr. Richardson, our athletic directors, we will our varsity students’ position on the teams with the hope that they can find someone half as good. 2

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We, the Seniors, will our right to be first in the lunch line to all the new seniors. We, the college-bound English students, will that “crazy, mixed-up Macbeth woman” to next year’s college bound English students. (To various Individuals) Prinscilla Roberts wills to next year’s seniors the enjoyment she got watching the juniors scramble for prom funds. To aid Betty Congleton in her portrayal of the second witch in Macbeth, Joan Evans gives her her black wig. 3

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John McCord leaves his cowboy boots to John Cornelison to help him take longer steps when walking. Margie Todd wills her bottle of hair dye to Ruth Goins, but she cautions her to use it sparingly. Donald VanWinkle and Donnie Marcum will their superior duck-tail haircut to Eugene Barnes in recognition of his unsuccessful efforts to grow his own. Carl Still bequeaths algebra, solid and plane geometry, and trig to any misguided genius who thinks he can pass them. 4

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Rhonda Schoenrock wills her long hair to any stupid girl who wants it. To next year’s annual staff, Darnetta Wells wills a slightly used Kodak Pinhole Camera. To any illiterate junior, Paul Deaton gives his English dictionary. Renda Lakes wills her voice to Mrs. McKinney so she can give it to one of her needy altos of the chorus. Billy Joe Combs leaves his ability to snooze during American Government to some tired junior. 5

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Connie Curry wills her World Georgraphy grades to Bonnie Kearns who really needs a few “A”s. Nancy Fryer leaves her ability to present a 5 minute speech in one minute flat to a slow-talking junior. Betty Marcum wills her willingness to draw posters to any junior gal who is ready for numb fingers. Shelia Raftery leaves, but she shall return. 6

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Dennis Powell leaves to Janet Isaacs the locker beside Mrs. Oldham’s door. He knows that it will be fondly cherished. Paul Baker wills whatsoever he may have to anyone who has use for whatever it is. Ellis Flannery leaves nothing. He’s taking it all with him. Donnie Riddell gives his statistics sheets to any prospective manager; may he have as much trouble trying to fill them in as he did. 7

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Beverly McCreary wills her poor tired and worn out “Brain” to Emma Bogie. Sue Wilson leaves her ability to do the twist to a “Twisting Fan”. Mary Smith leaves the unpaid bills of the senior class to next year’s senior class treasurer. Nancy Goins wills her book, “The Power of Negative Thinking” to Lois Harris. Doug Jones wills his favorite night spot to Bud Sowers. 8

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Rita Chambless wills her charming ways with the teachers to Connie Williams. Pat Jones wills all her ways with the boys to Jo Ann Turner—not that she’ll need it. Nathen Anderson wills his old flames to the cafeteria staff in hopes that THEY can get something cooking. Mary Edwards leaves her ability to boil water without burning it to Helen Burns. Linda Caldwell leaves her shyness to anyone who wants to play it safe. 9

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Paula McMullin wills her typing class to the seniors of 1963. Jimmy McCreary leaves his position as Vice-president of the Senior Class to anyone who is of insane mind. Jo Ann Cobb leaves her happy disposition and ready smile to one of those grouchy juniors. Georgia Collins wills the frantic rush for the newspaper deadline to the 1963 POWWOW Staff. To Kenneth Elswick, Glenn Foley leaves his ways with underclass females. 10

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Charles Combs wills a life-time supply of chewing gum to Miss Willoughby. Angela Faye Brookshire wills her seat as President of the Beta Club to anyone who does not like to work, mainly Phyllis Hord. Billy Rhodus and Elzie Million leave their basketball prowess to Glenn Marshall. Alfred Shearer wills his one cracked F sharp to Ronald Dunson better known as “Froghead Dunson”. David Bogie wills all his D-’s to George Ballard to balance his A’s. 11

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Eula Lutes wills her position of working in the office to Patsy Redden. William McWhorter gives his dry wit to Tom Dunn. Ralph Hacker and David Morgan bequeath their ability to blow up the chemistry lab to someone with a better chemical mind than they have. Georgia York wills her ability to dissect forgs and fish to Carol Fritz. For Carol’s sake, she hopes that the class will not be scheduled the period before lunch. 12

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Last, but not least, to all teachers we leave the great tragedies—Hamlet, Macbeth, Donnie Kearns, and Carol Cornelison We all know that no other person can find out as much gossip as Luke Keith so we would like to will to next year’s Senior Class all his notes and papers. These should last for another year. We, the Senior Class, will that all due respect be paid to our memory by the school authorities by setting aside one day during the fall terms as a holiday from class work. This day shall be called “Class of 1962 Day”. On this day the faculty shall meet in chapel to extol and eulogize our class for its noble deeds and great achievements. 13

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To all who remain in dear old Madison Central High School, the seniors wish to will their best wishes and hopes for four as happy high school years as they have had. And so, as we move out to a new and different world, we leave behind this document, signed, sealed, and delivered this 25 th day of May in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred sixty-two. Senior Class of 1962 Madison Central High School 14