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


SCHOOL YEAR 1936-37

MCHS CLASS OF 1937 GRADUATES

Florence F. Bearden
Inez Brindle
Martha J. Brooks
Willellen Brooks
Kathleen Brown
Jack Clayton
Ralph Cline
Martha Sue Coffey
George H. Cox
Mary E. Dilbeck
Milton Dunn
Frances M. Edwards
Trenna E. Ellis
Daisy I. Elrod
Effie L. Evans
Mildred Gee
Maga Lynn Goswick
Gladys S. Graves
Glenn W. Greeson
Dennis Holloway
Dennie Sue James
Mildred I. Jennings
Roy Elbert Jones
Annie Mae McHan
Robert P. Messer
J. B. Morrison
Effie Lee Oliver
Frank Peeples
Frances Perkins
Charles Phillips, Jr.
J. B. Richards
Helen Rouse
Jimmie Lou Smith
J. E. Swanson, Jr.
Sybil Treadwell
Jan Evelyn Vaughn
J. W. Vess
Dorothea Whitener
Lela Sue Wilson
Willette Woods

SPECIAL THANKS TO ANNE HARRIS BRINDLE FOR PROVIDING THIS LIST



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