THIS MONTH’S MOST WANTED WARRIOR   

 

 


MARY GRACE


ANY info regarding Mary, i.e. married name,
previous address, names of parents, siblings, children,
friends, colleges attended, etc. should be sent to:
pepperpatch45@bellsouth.net

 

 

 

 

 

Happy 4th of July   ANY info regarding this Warrior
i.e. married name, previous address, names of:
parents, siblings, children, friends, colleges
attended, etc. should be sent to: pepperpatch45@bellsouth.net

 

THE COMPLETE LIST OF MISSING WARRIORS CAN VIEWED AT:
http://www.centralwarriors.com/directory/missing.html

 

IN THE NEWS 

June 18&19 - Larry Solomon’s “Pig Ur Perfect” team was among the 62
teams entered in the 23rd annual Lakeland Barbeque Contest held at the
Shelby County Agri-Center. They placed in three categories: 1st in “Beans”,
2nd in “Exotics” with Lamb and 3rd in “Seafood” with coconut shrimp.

 

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

 

NEWS FROM OTHER WARRIOR CLASSES

CHS ’64 Class reunion - The Friday night soiree was held June 11, at the
East Memphis home of Susan Schaffer McClure. The Mexican- themed
party was attended by 70 Warriors and guests who dined on Corky’s
Barbeque and hors d’oeuvre, including a delicious crawfish dip. Saturday
night’s dance was held at the Embassy Suites and featured Alex Ward’s
(CHS ’65) “Pig-N-Whistle Review”.  About 70 people enjoyed an elaborate
spread prepared by Frank Grisanti and the music of our lives. One topic
of conversation, both nights, was the outstanding web site that the class
of ’63 has. A tip of the hat to Kit and Phil.

 

A band reunion for members between the years ’60-65 is planned for Oct.
Contact:
zlane@midsouth.rr.com

 

FROM OUR WEB MASTER

Our Server has experienced catastrophic problems,
losing some important web pages, among them, the
“Guest book”.  Help us rebuild this page by entering
your comments. Also, send pictures of yourself and
your family, with appropriate captions, to:
The Committee

 

SUPPER CLUB

Tentatively scheduled for early October, in far away places with strange
sounding names.

MEMORIES - Paula Stern

I remember the lunchroom, especially the dank unappetizing smell of the
steam table.  Compared to the smoky girl's room though, at least you could
breathe.  Talk about smoke signals!!.  My fondest memories were of beautiful,
brilliant, poised Mrs. Mary Liz Smith.  I adored her.  Of course, I also adored
her handsome, whimsical son Jeff Smith, too!   I miss them both. 

 

Moving from past to present, I am writing this note from our summerhouse in
the Berkshire Mts of Mass.  Back to my office on Monday in Washington, I am
also getting a great deal of pleasure sculpting and also selling my artwork in
nine different galleries including Jay Etkins Gallery in Memphis and Southside
Gallery in Oxford, Miss. 

 

On the family front, our daughter Genevieve Stern London starts medical
school at Columbia University in August, and our son Gabriel Stern London
is working on numerous film making projects.  He produced the electronic
price kit or (the behind the scenes documentary) for the awarding winning
film "Monster;” It is part of the just released dvd of "Monster".  He is working
hard on a variety of documentaries including one in Italy where former
Memphian Nancy Hart has been most helpful, and he is producing a film
directed by Drew Barrymore on the election and voting which we hope
will be distributed this fall before the election.

SEND YOUR CENTRAL MEMORY TO
PAULA WICKER HAMBY
              
pjhamby2@aol.com

 

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