Hamlet HS Class of ’65 holds 50th reunion

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HAMLET — The Hamlet High School Class of 1965 held its 50th year reunion on June 19 and June 20, 2015.

Classmates gathered at Hoot ‘n Holler near Hamlet on Friday night for an informal time of fun, renewing friendships and good conversation.  On Saturday night, a dinner was held at the American Legion on Boyd Lake Road in Hamlet.  There were approximately 90 people in attendance at the reunion.

Classmates enjoyed a repeating slideshow of pictures scanned from the senior annual, class reunion pictures, and other pictures relating to Hamlet and the class.  Enlargements of clubs and sports pages from the senior annual were displayed around the room as well as enlargements of each class reunion picture.  There was a table for memorabilia and a Memorial Table with pictures of the 16 deceased classmates.  The centerpiece on each table highlighted pages of individual senior pictures scanned from the annual.

Pictured left to right:

Kneeling:  John Raby, Dan Vickers, Bo Frye

First Row:  Linda Quick Klesener, Jean McGee Lewis, Susan Atkinson Hartgrove, Diane Taylor Brigman, Juanita McDuffie Owensby, Frances Stone Ferreira, Rita Vann Bland, Judy Bankhead Helms, Beth Preslar McDonald, Pat Wooten, Ronnie Gulledge

Second Row:  Robert Keeter, Mary Anna Newton, Grace Lewis Martin, Linda Dawson Norwood, Donna White Holt, Sally James, Emily Barbour Simmons, Cathy Smith Kirkley, Dorothy Adeimy Taylor, Sandra Bolch Ballard, Cynthia Cook Cabell, Ralph Yates,

Third Row:  Ray Martin, Bob McDougald, Bob Nowell, Keith Nash, John Boney, Jon Mann, Grady Ormsby, Colie Millson, Ersell Liles, Rodney Monroe, Ben Sutton, Glenn Taylor

Fourth Row:  Lenny Wheeler, Tony McCullough, Hobby Cato, Woody Gunter, Crowell Poplin, James Hudson, Glenn London, Jr., Lowery Ballard, Don Gibson, Harold Pruitt

Not Pictured:  Charles Muse, Mike Beaver

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