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Glynn "Red" Nixon provided CM readers with the list of graduates of the Adair County High School Class of 1958. They are in the order as in the annual, all alphabetical by names before marriages. The names of all the class is included, without notations for deaths:

Janice Carol Aaron, Carolyn Madge Arnold, Emma Florence Atwood, Hershel Bailey, Milton Edward Baker, Juanita Ballou, Charles Daivd Beasley, Billie Joe Blades, Joyce Neal Blair, Mildred Jo Booher, Earl Davis Bradshaw, Dorothy Vernell Brockman, Joyce Louise Brown, Betty Ann Bruton, Margaret Sue Burton, Vileta Claris Burton, Donald Eugene Butler,


Janet Gail Cabbel, Janet Grace Carney, Barbara Jean Chapman, Irvin Ray Claywell, Quinda Sue Coffey, Joan Cole, Coby Wallace Compton, David Lynn Coomer, Jerald D. Copenhaver, Donald Curry, William Depp Davis, Jr.; Margaret Joan Elmore, Charles Edward England, Maxie Joe England, Barbara Jean Farris, Bertha Ann Feese,

Bobby Harold Feese, Shirley Geneva Glowers, Charlotte Edwanna Garmon, Gary Sgteve Gilpin, Homer Ray Goodin, Phyllis Jane Gowen, Sylvia Lee Gowen, Donald Russell Graham, Donald Lee Grant, Deloris Greer, Buford Hadley, Geraldine Hadley, Betty Jean Hagan, Douglas Russell Hare, Joanna Mary Harp, Chaarles Sidney Helm,

Alvin Allan Hitch, Ramona Holmes, Hubert Roy Hovious, Billy Gene Humble, Bill R. Humble, Frances Lee Hunter, Vernon Edward Hutchison, Nancy Lee Ingram, Welby Clayton Jones, Charlie Kerns, Virginia Kimbler, Billy Gene Lacy, Loretta Irene Lewis, Betty Sue Loy, Wilbur Wendell Mann, Jacqueline Marshall, Rollin Dwight McGaha,

Virginia Louise McGaha, Doris Jean McKinney, Gary Allan McKinney, Larry Leroyse Melson, Morris Dean Merritt, Jackie Dale Morris, Michael Lee Morris, Frances Bea Neat, Chesley Eugene Bell, Clifton Glynn Nixon, Carson Lynn Nixon, Brenda Joyce Owen, Nina Parker, Anne Houston Paxton, Nancy Ellen Peachey, Donald Jackson Pegg,

Betty Carol Pendleton, Huston Pendleton, Roger Blake Pickett, Carroll Robert Renfro, Mary Rosaline Reese, Virginia Carol Rhodes. Henry Edward Sandusky, Gerald Dean Shepherd, Hester Shepherd, Joseph Milton Shepherd, Juanita Sinclair, Marvin Lewis Smith, Barbara Jean Sneed, William Carl Sneed, Norma Dee Sparks, Jo Ann Squires, Juanita Blance Staples,

Artis James Stargel, Adrin Doris Sullivan, Norma Jean Taylor, James David Tupman, Wilma Joyce Upchurch, Donald Lee Upchurch, Bonnie Willis Vance, Bobby Walker, Loretta Ballou Willis, Vallie Norene Willis, Peggy Joyce Woods, Clinton Woodrum, Geneva Mae Yarberry, Janet Elaine Yarberry, Rhoda Sue Knifley, Sue Smythe, Mary McWhorter, Sue Pendleton, Donald Gene Harvey, Johnnie Evelyn Lester,

Class officers were: President Michael Morris, Vice President, Nina Parker, Secretary Dorothy Brockman, Treasurer Betty Hagan.

Updates and corrections are welcome.


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Clifton Glynn Nixon, ACHS 1958, hangs from scaffolding



2014-08-18 - Bardin Building - Photo CM Staff Photo.
How are the members of the ACHS Class of 1958 doing? If Clifton Glynn "Red" Nixon is typical, they are all still in prime condition, even 56 years after graduating from Adair County High School. That's Red, hanging from the scaffolding, looking at the camera to get his picture taken while renovating the Bardin Building in Downtown Columbia. His company also completed the adaptive reuse project during a burned out Firestone Building into the showplace Red Brick Studio. He's now the premier historic preservation contractor in Adair County, more active than ever years after retiring after a career coaching in the Adair County School District. As Track Coach, he holds the distinction of coaching the only Kentucky state track championship ever won in the program. If you want an impossible building renovation, get in line - "Right now I'm covered up in projects," he said. Clicking Read More accesses a new class list just added for reunion reference on CM, the Adair County High School Class of 1958, Michael Morris, President. EW

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