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News Community Class of 1953 meets for ‘annual’ reunion

Pictured are those attending (front row, L-R) Carroll Childers, John Kusterer, J. D. Hastings, Bill Mason, Evelyn Ray Brendle, Myra Waldrop (teacher), Juanita Reece Phillips, Annie Ruth Dean Cabe, (second row, L-R) Joyce Baldwin Swafford, Jean Justice Raby, Shirley Cloer Rocha, Opal Keener Brown, Shirley Dean Ray, Frankabelle Gibson Scruggs, Roberta Snyder Hall, Virginia Franklin Huggins, Betty Tippett Duvall, Wilma Renshaw Corbin, Virginia Dills Dowdle, (third row, L-R) Betty Bradley, Winnie Bates Vinson, Anna Laura Shepard, Evelyn Dean Hughes, Joyce Welch Elliot, Dixie Nell Myers Holland, Mildred Corbin Williamson, (fourth row, L-R) Charles Swafford, Dickie Raby, Harley Henderson, John Henry, Lonnie Crawford, Max Phillips, Junior (Milo) Cabe, Bob Henry, Edwin Nolen, Billy Morrow, Brenda Seagle (class mascot), and George Brown.The Franklin High School graduating class and associates of 1953 held an annual reunion on their 58th anniversary.

The second Saturday of October is set aside each year to get together and strengthen the bonds formed so many years ago.

The class is grateful to First Presbyterian Church for use of Tartan Hall, a superb facility.

An active reunion committee, chaired by Evelyn Dean Hughes, is always searching for ways to encourage unity and fellowship while having fun at the reunions.

Program MC, George Brown, does a super job of maintaining order - old folks like to talk as much as they did when in high school. No one was tardy at the reunion; however, some were absent.

A total of 56, including 38 class members, attended. Edwin Nolen conducted a memorial service to remember the 30 deceased class members.

The 2012 Reunion will be held at Tartan Hall on the second Saturday of October. It will be a fun time to catch up on “what’s happening.





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published: 10/18/2013
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