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•   Carol Kemp (Engelland)  1/23
•   Bill Mills  12/23
•   Darrel Hall  12/22
•   Glen Shipman  12/6
•   Graydon Houston (Soph Yr)  11/9
•   Cynthia Wilmoth (Smull)  9/15
•   Janice Rump (Taul)  8/9
•   Dixie Hays (Covington)  8/3
•   Susan Pierson (Redstone)  5/15
•   Craig Fairchild (Frsh Yr)  4/2
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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 80.5%


A:   91   Joined
B:   22   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

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The following announcement is from Richard (Bugs) Patton, Class of 1961

We are planning a picnic for All Schools Day Friday May 14, 2021We are inviting the sister classes of 1960 and 1962.

Pavilion 1 at Lakeside Park is reserved for us from 10AM until 4PM. The shelter has seating for 72 with no social distancing. Please bring your own food, drink, blanket & lawn chair if so desired. The restroom is nearby.     Please join us.    Richard

 

May Day, or if you prefer, All Schools Day, has a new format this year due to Covid. They are planning some of the normal activities, however, there will be NO parade. The May Fete will be on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Check out allschoolsday.com web site for more information about the day and the reasons behind why some of the decisions were made. You can also get more information if you Google McPherson All Schools Day and several articles will pop up with information. Plans are for next year to be back to normal...just in time for our 60th! Yikes, did I just type 60?? Isn't that the year at our 25th or even 50th that we thought they were ancient?? Sixty years out of high school and soon it will be us. Please consider joining the classes of 1960 and 1961 on May Day for lots of "old" stories and visiting.

Carol Kemp Engelland  5-1-21

 


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Daily Oldies Fix - Jukebox

You have two options:

1. To hear a 5-song medley of oldies from the 60s that changes every day, just click on the jukebox. Click on the play button when you get to the site.

This link opens in a new window with a new tab. You'll need to go back to that tab to turn it off if you don't want to listen to all five songs! To keep listening while you browse on our site, just click on your tab with the M on it.

2. To hear the weekly #1 song hits from all the years we were in high school, click on Weekly Top Hits 1958-62 in ‘60s Music & History. These songs change weekly, and they are not archived, so you're going to want to check back every week to get your musical nostalgia fix.    Carolyn 4/27/11 


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The 1962 Yearbook is below in its entirety.


The 1961 Yearbook actually contains our Junior, Sophomore, and Freshman class photos. Some things in life just follow you forever!


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