In Celebration of MHS Class of 1958

In Celebration of MHS Class of 1958

A Tribute and Celebration

We were the class of 1958, members of the Greatest Generation as well as children of the Greatest Generation. Born in 1940, we are also called members of the Traditional Generation.

Our childhood, post World War II, "was the best of times . . . it was the age of wisdom . . . it was the epoch of belief . . .it was the season of Light . . . it was the spring of hope . . . we had everything before us . . .we were all going direct to Heaven . . . ." (A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens.) At least, that's the way I felt about it. We were truly blessed.

- Ouida Tomlinson -

This blog is a place for 1958 graduates of Meridian, Mississippi, High School to stay in touch, post their news, items of interest and photographs.



CLASS OF 1958 MEMORIES (Click to read all posts relating to sports, honors, graduation and other memories of our class in 1957-58.)

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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

MILLIE MAJORS JONES, RECOGNITION DAY



Here is Millie with Bettye Kimbrell on L and Pattie Robinson on R, at a recent Recognition Day at Poplar Springs Baptist Church, where Millie has been a member since she was 15. They have all taught Sunday School (first grade) for 20 years! Congratulations, Millie!
Millie has had to retire from teaching in order to care for her husband George, who has Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.
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1 comment:

Little Scribe said...

You ladies are so beautiful. You make me ashamed about the way I dress for church in my L L Bean outfits. Believe me, I look as well as, if not better than, most. Most folks on the coast tend to go casual to church, and even more so since Katrina. Before Katrina, I wore a dress, at least on occasion, but not any more. So many people lost their clothes with Katrina, and then life was so awful that no one wanted to bother with something like dressing up. This became a habit.