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Monday, Nov. 24, 2014

Reunion

Thursday, October 13, 2005

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Thayer High School graduating class of 1955
25TH REUNION: The class of 1955 held its 25th class reunion at the home of Ralph and Lucille Underwood in 1980. Class members attending were, front row from left: Joe Beatty, Allen Howard, Michael Smith, Ronnie Griffith, Maxine Cline Stuart, Jo Ann Franke Ross and Leo Hackworth Jr.; second row: Mary Jo Brewer Taylor, Helen Jean Best Hass, Billie Raye Eder Mooney, Ruthene Beatty Alexander, Patsy Whiteside Collins, Judy Belongy Billing, Darelene Forschler Grassle, Beverly Sutherland Gorden, teacher Alice Copenhagen, and class sponsor David Meek; third row: Class sponsor Hugh Wheeler, Bobby McGuire, Dallas Roy, Lindell Trimble, Paul Taylor, John Miller, Lester Riley, George Mainprize and Joe Robinson; fourth row: Ralph Underwood, Robert Miller, Bob Hamilton and Martin Komm Jr. The class will get together again this weekend.

40TH REUNION: The class of 1955 held its 40th class reunion at the home of Billie and Dick Mooney in 1995. Class members attending were, kneeling from left: Mary Jo Brewer Taylor, Billie Raye Eder Mooney, Maxine Cline Stuart, Beverly Sutherland Gorden, Judy Belongy Billing, Jo Ann Franks Ross, Ralph Underwood, George Mainprize and Bob McGuire; standing, David Beatty, Joe Beatty, Talmedge Crawford, Lindell Trimble, Jo Katherine Black Garlington, Leo Hackworth Jr., Helen Jean Best Hass, Dallas Roy, Ruthene Beatty Alexander, Vera Simer Phifer, Paul Taylor, Patsy Whiteside McAbee, Millie Shreves Sneed, John Miller, Ron Griffith, Shirley Spoor Smith and Martin Komm Jr. The class will get together again this weekend.

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