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Achs Class Of '57 Has Held Six Reunions

This article first appeared in issue 17, and was written by Staff.

When the Adair County High School Class of 1957 held its reunion on August 30, at Lure Lodge, it marked the sixth time in the 40 years since graduation the class got together. Since 1957, the class has met every five years except for 1987. Altogether, around 60 persons were in attendance.

The class officers at graduation were Bobby Goodin, president; Ray Hutchison and Wanda Young Beard, vice presidents Margie Feese Collins, secretary; and Barbara Jean Cundiff McMahan, treasurer.

Their sponsors were Mrs. Bernice Flowers, Mrs. Effie Heskamp, Mr. Fred Troutman, and Mrs. Jeanetta Webb. Joe B. Janes was principal.

Remembrances at the time of this writing include Shirley Akin Miller, Stanley Bradshaw, Welby Bryant, Ella Dudley Andrew, Donald England, Norman Grady, Jimmy McLean, and Billy Schuler.

This story was posted on 1997-10-31 12:01:01
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