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Class Which Gave Adair County Two County Judges, A Judge's Wife, And A Fairplay

This article first appeared in issue 17, and was written by Staff. The full title appeared as: Class which gave Adair County two County Judges, a Judge's wife, and a Fairplay Mayor to hold reunion.

The Adair County High School Class of 1962 will hold a reunion on November 29, 1997, at 6:00 p.m., at Pinewood Country Club.

This class may be the only one in Adair County history to have contributed two county judges, James Brock, elected in 1979 and served 4 years, and Jerry Vaughan, elected in 1993 and is still in office. In addition, Marsha Brock, now Mrs. Richard L. Walker, was Adair County's First Lady for eight years.

"Don't forget," reunion co-organizer John R. Pendleton, CPA, said, "we also have the ex-Mayor of Fairplay, Amon Spoon, among our classmates."

Mr. Pendleton said that the class includes a pediatrician, a CPA, two state policemen, two pharmacists, several distinguished educators, successful business people, and others who have made the high school proud.

The class officers in 1962 were Charles Gore, president, William Bryant, vice president, Charlotte Cheatham, secretary, and Brenda Kay Burton, treasurer.

Brooks Coomer was Adair County High School Principal in 1962.

Remembrances will be for Patti Houk and Connie Booher.

Those who have not already made arrangements to attend should contact either John R. Pendleton, 933 Russell Road Ste 101, Columbia, KY 42728, phone 502-384-4190, or Ricky Nell England Clutterbuck at 502-384-4863.



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ACHS CLASS of 1962 at reunion in 1972



1997-10-31 - Photo Staff. lst ROW: Jane Moran, Brenda K. Burton, Patricia Reliford, Shelby Jean Scott, Janet Lemon, Carolyn Jasper, Donna McKinney, Carolyn Williams, Julia Cole, Wanda Jones; 2nd ROW: Paul Green, JoAnn Johnson, Thelma Bennett, Mildred Bennett, Glenda Gowen, Ruth Ann Murrell, Mary Arlene Neal, Rebecca Lands, Jimmy Marshall; 3rd ROW: William Bryant, Mickey Feese, David Mann, Wendell Jessie, John R. Pendleton, Charles Lynwood Gore, Ben Burr, Kenneth Royse, Terry Farris; 4th ROW: Alton Feese, Jimmie Jessie, Joe L. Barbee, Larry Scott, Donald Knifley, Richard Royse, James Brock, Donald Owens, Donnie Howell, Kenny Beard, Jerry Vaughan, and Ronnie Owens. Reprints of this photo available from Thomas Photography, 384-4524.This item first appeared in Issue 17 of the print edition of Columbia! Magazine.
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