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EHS class of 1957 celebrates reunion

September 15, 2012
Inter-Mountain
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Celebrating 55 years since graduation from the original Elkins High School, are from left, front row, Connie Ware Jenkins, Yvonne Chenoweth Dolan, Alene Schoonover Chenoweth, Ilene Schoonover Hedrick, Patty Elza Linger, Mary Lou Hayes Irwin, Ginger Godwin Rao, Twila Stalnaker Marshall, Dorothy Herring Wamsley, Pauline Collett Newlon, Beverly Whitt Hammer, Sharon Jack McQuain, Jackie Thornhill Bright, Carol Deavers Fretwell, Mary Ellen Ward Kennerdell, Dixie Whitt Martin, Virginia Fansler Harman, Dolores Elbon Flint and JoAnn Mitchell Parsons; second row, Margo Rusch Gillette, Norma Howell Fitzwater, Martha Sue Hayes Lloyd, Ruth Vance Fike, Jim Mouse, Barbara Smith Simmons, Andrea Giambrone Antolini, Dale Newlon, Don Barkley, Patty Jo White Marsh, George Mayo and Shirley Ailstock Bee; third row, Ron Kyle, Larry Ferguson, Joyce Knutti Sperow, Charles “Champ” Lothes, Charles ‘Benny’ Siler, Carl Antolini, Ralph Vandevender, Dennis Vance, Herman Cox, Blaine Corrick and Barbara Irvine Devine; fourth row, Loren Chenoweth, Eugene Isner, Harold ‘Bud’ Cosner and Allen Smith. Classmates attending but not pictured include Tharon Jack, Rose Wilfong Spencer, and Jean Bosworth. The class of 1957 met during the last weekend in July. An informal evening was hosted on July 27 at the home of Dale and Pauline Newlon on Ward Road. Activities July 28 included attending the annual All-Alumni Picnic at the current Elkins High School, prior to a formal dinner at the Elkins Motor Lodge. During the evening, tribute was paid to the deceased classmates, and awards were given to the two newlywed couples — Ben and Sue Siler and Connie and Tony Jenkins. Events on July 29 closed with a farewell brunch at the 1863 Tavern. The class of 1957 prides itself as being the last class to enter the old EHS as freshmen, since the Elkins Junior High (now known as the middle school) opened the following year. A total of 49 classmates, along with 20 guests/spouses, attended the three-day event.
 
 
 

 

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