THIS MONTH’S MOST
WANTED WARRIOR

    Judy Mize   

Any information regarding this Warrior's 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 HERE:  MISSING

FALLEN WARRIOR - Mr. Hoyle Pennington
Former mathematics teacher at Central High School, died October 19th in
Southaven, MS. A complete obituary may be seen here on the Central web
site.

MEMORIES – Miss Martha Wallace (as told to Bob Pepper)
In addition to being the girls’ physical education teacher, I also assisted in
other, unrelated activities, one of which was the school’s theatrical productions. 
One play called for a student to dress as SIVAD (The host of a local TV
station’s Saturday night fright flick. That part was created and played by Watson
Davis, whose last name is SIVAD spelled backward). In the Central play, Finley
Brown was the chosen actor. The bit called for Sivad to exit a casket dressed in
his typical vampire attire. Problem was, we didn’t have a casket. Finley said we
could borrow one from, I think it was, the First Assembly of God Church on
Highland. We didn’t have a pickup truck, so Finley, another student and I took
my station wagon. To accommodate the casket, I had to fold down one side of
the back seat. We loaded the casket, and Finley jumped into the other back seat.
As we drove west on Summer Ave., I began to notice that the other traffic traveling
west would slow and stare at us. This continued for a few miles before I turned to
check the rear of the station wagon. There sat Finley beside the casket, wildly
gesturing to passing cars with my folding shovel that he found in the back seat.

(Miss Wallace would greatly appreciate hearing from her former students, most of
whom she still remembers. Her address and phone number can still be found in
the ” 62-63 Hello CHS”, 1546 Monroe Ave. Memphis, 38104. BR6-3145)

The "Memories" page is growing - click here

Send your Central Memory to Paula Wicker Hamby at PJHAMBY2@aol.com

 

IN THE NEWS 

Oct. 18-David Greenwood became a grandfather. 9lb. 7oz. Seth Cole Greenwood
was born to Bobby and Pam Greenwood.

 

Oct. 19- Buddy Boswell became a proud grand pop to Riley Elizabeth Signaigo,
6lb. 11oz., born to Allyson and Stephen Signaigo

 

Oct.31-Alex Ward (CHS65) broadcast the Pig and Whistle’s 25th anniversary show.
The oldies show, named after the former CHS gathering spot on Union Ave., can be
heard locally on KTRQ-FM 102.3, Wynne Ark, Sundays 6-8p.m. and WYCL-FM
107.3, Batesville, Ms., Fridays 6-8a.m. The show is also broadcast, four times a
week on the XM satellite 50’s channel, where the show is named Pink and Black
Days
after the song by Narvel Felts, whose career began at the Memphis Sun Studio.

 

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

 

HOLIDAY LIGHTS

This holiday season, the Central Web site will post interior and/or exterior pictures
of your decorations. If you would rather not play Clark Griswold climbing on the roof,
decorations at where ever you celebrate may be submitted. This is not a contest,
but just a way to invite the class to share in your festivities. You can send digital
pictures directly to Phil at philaquino@comcast.net . Pictures should be limited to
100 mb or so and in jpeg format. If you would rather, mail your snapshots to Bob
Pepper, 482 Brook Ridge Cir., Cordova, Tn. 38018 for scanning and forwarding.
Ideally, pictures should include you and your family, along with a narrative. When
snapshots are mailed USPS, the narrative should be e-mailed to Phil advising that
the pictures are being sent under separate cover. Pictures will be posted through
January
.

 

O DEATON, WHERE ART THOU

Could be the lament of the Central Warrior Football who finished the ’04 season 0-10

 

Phil has reconstructed our web-site guest book, which was lost during the
change of hosts. Please visit the site and leave your comments: 
GUESTBOOK     
 

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