“…It sounded like a freight train, I thought, EARTHQUAKE!”
See “In the News”
THIS MONTH’S MOST
PATRICIA A. (PATSY) SIMS
regarding this Warrior i.e. married name,
if applicable, previous address, names of: parents, siblings,
children, friends, colleges attended, etc. should be sent to:
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
TIP OF THE WARRIOR HAT
Many thanks to Calvin Hicks (CHC’61) for the donation of a treasury trove of memorabilia
to the class of ’63. The gift included copies of the Warrior, and a program from the Dec '62
presentation of the play HIT THE DECK.
Send your Central Memory
to Paula Wicker Hamby at PAULA
IN THE NEWS
From Russia with love by Linda Hottum White
Early in February I had the opportunity to be a part of a small delegation form Winston-
Salem North Carolina to visit Russia. The purpose of the trip was an international
collegiate exchange conference. Yes it was COLD! The Russians were wonderful hosts
and welcomed us with open arms. The details (some best left unwritten) are too
numerous to communicate.
joint was jumping at the third SupperClub mini-reunion held Friday, Feb 25 th,
at the old Coletta’s on So. Parkway. From the class of ’63, Jimmy Riley and his wife,
Susan attended for the first time. The Rileys have recently moved back to the Memphis
area from Valrico,Fl. Attendees from other classes were: Ceylon Blackwell(’61),
Boswell (’61) and Courtney Lewis(’64) Hale, Tommy(’61) and Judy Davison(’65)
Schwendiman, Raymond (’61) and Sarah Buring, Johnny and Cynthia Cowgill(’64) Dark.
Pictures of the festivities can be view by clicking PICS
special thanx to Paula Sharpe Thetford for help in making this event the
success it was!
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grandchildren, promotions, retirement, etc.
NEWS FOR THE OUT-OF-TOWNER
Dr. Adrian Rogers, stood in the pulpit as pastor of
Bellevue Baptist Church for the finaltime, on Sunday,
March 6th. Dr. Rogers, 73, had announced his plan to
retire from the 29,000-member congregation last fall,
after 32 years at its helm.
After a run of more than 130 years, Goldsmith's is no more.
The upscale department
store, founded in 1870, was first acquired by Federated then Macy's, who operated it
under the name Goldsmith's Macy's. This February, the locally famous Goldsmith's
name was removed from the marquee.
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.
This Issue of Smoke Signals can be viewed as a web page HERE.