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05/17/11 09:33 PM #1    

Kim Weaver

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09/22/11 12:37 PM #2    

 

Charles Wright

I want to thank Kim Weaver, for taking on this site. Rand Partridge was a good man & is missed. Charlie Wright

09/29/11 09:38 AM #3    

Denise Bailey (Welch)

Kim... Thank you so much for maintaining this site. Reunion committee, thank you! (I had the best time I have ever had at one of our reunions!) Everyone... PHOTOS? Please share. And to the people who could not attend, hopefully you'll be able to attend the next.


07/11/12 10:15 AM #4    

Denise Bailey (Welch)

If anyone has access to a Facebook Acct. I have posted pictures from

Graber Elementary School from the class of 1971. Hope you enjoy!


07/23/12 06:48 AM #5    

Kay Webb

Kim thank you for maintaining this website, I really enjoy being able to communicate with classmates. I have updated my contact info please let me know what amount I can contribute to help pay for this. It's worth something for those oif us that can afford it to help once in a while. Let me know ok? Thanks again

08/13/12 08:14 PM #6    

David Blackwood

We lost Jay Carter Mon., 8/12.  Jay has been ill for some time.  He was married and living in Newton.  His mother still lives in the same house, and as sweet as ever.  No details yet regarding arrangements.

David


08/15/12 02:02 AM #7    

Linda (Lin) Borntrager (Bush)

That's too bad. Prayers for his loved ones.

This was in the Newton Kansan: 

Jay L. Carter, 59, died on Sunday (Aug. 12, 2012) at Newton Medical Center.?A funeral is planned for 2 p.m. Thursday (Aug. 16, 2012) at Petersen Funeral Home in Newton. Visitation is from 1 to 9 p.m. Wednesday (Aug. 15, 2012) at the funeral home. The family will be present to greet friends from 6:30 to 8 p.m.?Funeral arrangements are pending with Petersen Funeral Home.


10/28/12 09:43 PM #8    

Daryle Bookout

This is for Skip Everett. A friend who traveled to Europe with him is trying to contact him. If anyone knows how to get in touch with him, please do. Thanks


01/29/15 01:32 PM #9    

Jefferson Brown

Charlie & Kim,

   I'm the kid who used to drive a black Model "A" Ford to school.

   I sort of remember Rand Partridges's efforts on the Class of '71 Forum, too. Seems like it was around the time of the big 2001 Reunion. I moderate part of an antique car forum(71,000 members -- 1,200,000 posts) so know it can be a lot of work.

Jeff  {Lenape HS, Medford Lakes, NJ 9th & 10th Grades/Langley HS, McLean, VA, 11th Grade/Hutchinson HS, 12th Grade} 


09/22/15 07:43 AM #10    

Debbie Goble (Pomerleau)

Hello all.  I hope everyone is enjoying life these days.  I had my first grand daugher and she is a hoot.  The call to retire gets stronger everyday.  

 

 


09/23/15 12:40 PM #11    

Melinda Hemphill (Griffith)

You look fabulous!  I retired 2 years ago and love it!  My time is my own to manage after 40+ years.....best decision ever.

Melinda


06/13/16 07:53 PM #12    

Jefferson Brown

Hi Salthawks. I haven't hit any H.S. reunions yet, but may actually go to this one. I'm already planning on going to The Land Institute's 40th Anniversary & Reunion in Salina the prior weekend...so I'll just extend my stay another 5 days...camp out at Kanopolis maybe. Wondering if I can do the golf thing solo at 4 or 5 a.m., so I won't have to endanger fellow sportsmen(my slice kinda got me banned from the game). Jeff Brown


06/24/16 10:00 AM #13    

David Blackwood

Yesterday (Wed., 6/23), I took my 5 year old granddaughter to the first of the kid's summer movies at the Fox!  These days, it's a punch card insteed of a book of tickets. And the kids were much more well-behaved than we were, but I suspect that's because they were chaparoned. I don't ever remember seeing any adults in our day.  If we were lucky we got a ride, otherwise it was walk or bike with a stop first at Frase Drug for candy.

I really enjoyed the feeling of coming full circle, however I do wonder what it says about me that I'm right back in the same place 50+ years later.


07/16/16 05:20 PM #14    

David Blackwood

Nancy, I got my registration in!  Spoke to Kirkpatrick today and he promised to send his,plus kick Wilson's ass about getting his in.  Going to see Esau tonight, I will encourage him.  Belated birthday to you!

 


07/17/16 03:35 PM #15    

Randy Love

Nancy, David, Jon, et al, Jan (Wade) and I are planning to attend the reunion this year.   Looking forward to catching up with friends that we haven't seen for quite some time.   Will be fun!!


01/30/17 10:16 AM #16    

David Blackwood

Hey classwmates.  As you may or may not know, coach Whitey Alpers passed away a few months ago.  Saw a FB post suggesting we name the HHS north gym the Whity Alpers Gym.  I think it's a fantastic idea.  It was just a suggestion but one maybe we can help move along!

How long untill our next reunion?  I already miss all you guys - and ladies!

 


03/10/17 10:02 AM #17    

 

Tom Ratzlaff

Just wondering with all the fires around Hutch if anybody has any information if any classmates were affected by this. I know Mike & Sherry Nevius Live not far from the Highlands which was hit hard. Any updates would be appreciated.

 


03/11/17 08:14 AM #18    

Steve Sherman

I saw on Facebook that Scott and Lisa Saylor had to evacuate their home. But all turned out well. They have returned home.


04/17/17 08:33 PM #19    

 

Carl Chick

I was extremely saddened to learn of the passing of John Arbuckle this past Saturday. As classmates at Liberty Jr. High, John and I became good friends. Although in later years we drifted apart as most classmates do, I nonetheless would fondly remember him and his witty demeanor. A year ago, we became connected once again through Facebook, where I got to learn a bit about this friend I had missed all these years. Rest in peace, John.


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