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ACHS Class of 1962 holds 45th reunion, Oct. 19, 2007

2007-10-20 .
The ADAIR COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS of 1962 held their 45th Class Reunion at Cranmer Dining Center, Lindsey Wilson college, on Friday night, October 19, 2007. Attending were, Front row, from left: Alma Holmes Hadley, Sue Hutchison Scott, Rebecca Bennett Brecht, Joanna Stephens O'Dell. Second Row: Harold Atchley, Marilyn Cundiff Hunter, Phyllis Burton Moore, Carolyn Jasper White, Judy Henson Goodin, Marsha Brock Walker, Ricky England Clutterbuck, Pat Reliford Dorman, Glenda Gowen Waggener, Terry Farris, John Pendleton. Third Row: Donnie Owens, Paul Green, Kenny Davis, Ronnie Owens Charles Gore, Wendell Jessee, Bill Bryant, Ralph Waggener, Dwayne Dykes, Doug Hancock, Joe Barbee. Back Row: Donnie Howell, Ben Burr, Richard Royse, Alton Feese, Jim Marshall. Photo courtesy Ricky Clutterbuck.

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