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MURRAY COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
(Placed on the National Register of Historic Places June 21, 2004)


SCHOOL YEAR 1934-35

MCHS CLASS OF 1935 GRADUATES

Geneva Lorene Adams
Nannie Mae Baggett
Marcus Leon Bagley
Emily Elizabeth Bennett
Ruth Emoylees Bradley
Cecil Anderson Campbell
Annie Mae Davis
Robert A. Dickie
Mildred E. Dunn
Charlie Borders Duvall
Leonard O. Fletcher
Nina Jo Gordon
William J. Gregory
Herman Vanoy Hansird
Nelson Wright Harris
Aughtie Lee Hawkins
Claud T. Hawkins
Reynolds Hilley
Ben Isenhower
Leonard B. Long
Paul Gerald Long
Themia M. McCamy
Willie E. Messer
Estelle P. Moreland
Agnes M. Moore
Ollie Marie Morris
Odis L. Parrott
Ray Quarles
Lora Rogers
Mary E. Scoggins
Mary E. Sitton
Sarah L. Smith
H. B. Terry
Kathryn Thompson
Nannie P. Treadwell
Paul W. Valentine
Jenevelyn I. Wells
Floyd Wilbanks, Jr.
Robbie Sue Wilson

SPECIAL THANKS TO ANNE HARRIS BRINDLE FOR PROVIDING THIS LIST



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