APRIL05

 

 

THIS MONTH’S MOST WANTED WARRIOR

                         ELAINE SMITH

ANY information regarding this Warrior, i.e. married name,
if applicable, previous address, names of: parents, siblings,
children, friends, colleges attended, etc. should be sent to:

                       pepperpatch45@bellsouth.net

 

 

Leads as a result of the “MOST WANTED WARRIOR” posting have resulted in our
locating Patsy Sims who is now Patsy Moore and lives in Fayetteville, Ark. Complete
information on our web site.

 
THE COMPLETE LIST OF MISSING WARRIORS CAN VIEWED BY CLICKING  MISSING

BE SURE TO INFORM US OF AN E-MAIL ADDRESS CHANGE CLICK  UPDATE


YOU CAN FIND OTHER '63 WARRIORS LIVING IN YOUR AREA CLICK STATE DIRECTORY   

 

Send your Central Memory to Paula Wicker Hamby at PAULA

 

FALLEN WARRIOR   JEANNE CURTIS HOSSE

We have just been informed that Jeanne Curtis Hosse (CHS’63) passed away on
July 12, 2001 in Chico, Calif. Her picture and memorial will be posted on the CHS
web site in the coming days.

 

BE ALERT  from our Webmaster, Phil Aquino
I received a request from "Paypal" to verify information. Knowing better than to
even reply  to these,I went directly to Paypal through another secure account, as
I've recently read that typing in Web Addresses may not get you where you want
to go. Computer geek son, Richard, says I may be wrong on that one (typing in the
address), but it's my procedure. I sent the text of  the received message to Paypal
and they concurred that the message was not from them.

 

A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER
            
FROM THE COMMERCIAL APPEAL 3/27/05 Memphis Memories
Judy Cobb receives a tearful hug from her 9 year old sister,
Cindy, after winning the MISS MEMPHIS  crown on March 27,
1965 at White station High School.

 

NEWS FROM OTHER CLASSES
3/20 WK. Mike Corzine (CHS’61) died in Atlanta after a long illness. He was 61.

 

IN THE NEWS

3/4 Leeba Andrews Curlin is recovering from back surgery in which two broken pieces
of bone were removed.

Ric Monsarrat  is recovering from stomach surgery followed by radiation and
chemotherapy. Thus far, Ric has experienced no side effects, a fact he attributes to
his “southern genes”.

 

The Mid-April issue of Southern Living contains an article on the Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
home of  Gaye and Louis Joyner (CHS”63), former homes editor for the magazine. 
Click FOR BIO  and  EXHIBITS

 

YOU GO GIRL!!  by Marsha Eckles
My youngest daughter, Jacqueline, 21, was up close and personal to the Rascal Flatt
video that was shot 3/11 at the Desoto Civic Center. She is on Spring Break from U of M
this week and was chosen by Kix106 to be in the video. It's scheduled to air on MTV and
CMT.  Jacqueline is in her third year at U of M and is studying to be a PT person. She is
applying to NASCAR  to work in their clinic and this summer she is working at St. Jude in
the PT department. I can't
be the only one with kids that are so gifted.  Come on Warriors;
let's hear about those wonderful, genius, super intelligent, spoils of your loins. I have had
three children and I could fill volumeswith the crazy and insane things that they have done
over the years. Speak up and be heard!!!!


Send us news of events in your life i.e. the birth of
grandchildren, promotions, retirement, etc
.

 

NEWS FOR THE OUT-OF-TOWNER
3/23 ’SAVID’, Watson Davis who, in top hat, cape and vampire
teeth, was ‘monster of ceremonies’ for WHBQ-TV’s weekly
Fantastic Features in the early ‘60’s, died of cancer at the age of 92,
in Stuttgart, Ark. Davis, who created the character, wanted a
one-word name similar to Houdini. Thus, he spelled his last
name backward. Doyle Childress (CHS’61), at the time a
cameraman at the station, often played alongside
Davis in his skits.

 

3/29 Robert Earl Morehouse, retired coach and shop teacher at Bellevue Jr. High died in
Memphis after suffering a heart attack. He was 73.  Morehouse was an usher and a
50 year member of Bellevue  Baptist Church. While at Bellevue Jr. High, Morehouse
coached some of Central’s outstanding athletes including Don Deaton and Bobby
Henderson.

 

LOCAL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  From Paul Sisco
Anyone in our class interested in doing research on the history of Central and its
predecessor Memphis High School, please e-mail Paul.  
mailto:psisco@mindspring.com

 

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