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July 6, 2013

AHS Class of 1965 sets 'Gathering' in August

ANDERSON — AHS Class of 1965 will be gathering on Aug. 17 to celebrate its 48th anniversary of graduation. The Gathering will be held at Shouts Sports Pub (Cooper's Sport Bowl) in Anderson at 6 p.m. Dinner and drinks from the menu will be on your own tab. A $3 donation will be collected at the door to cover the Gathering expenses. (There will be a $5 cover charge if you arrive after 9 p.m., when the band plays.)

RSVP to AHS1965Indians@hotmail.com, 393-3910, or 649-9201. The 50th reunion steering committee will be meeting briefly at 6 p.m. to set the date for the 50th — everyone is encouraged to join the discussion.

Report any change of personal information and/or comments and suggestions to the above contacts. There will be a breakfast Sunday, Aug. 18, at 8:30 a.m. at the Anderson Golden Corral on Scatterfield Road.

Current location / contact information is needed for the following classmates: Joyce Aaron, Mary Adams, Bulent Altinkok (foreign exchange student), William Arnold, Lynne Baker, Nancy Barber Stoner, Doyle Barnes, Asa Bennett, Larry Bennett, Mike Bennett, James Biddle, James Bivens, Sandy Bloom Froedge, Ruth Bodkin, Rev. Charles Boone Sr., Richard Boyd, Booker Braxton, Dorothy Britton, Joyce Buckner Langford, Donna Butler German, James Carmack, Tim Catt, Kathie Clifford, Carol Coney, Linda Cox Fuller, Pamela Cox Youngblood, Frank Davis, Sharilyn Dickson Tapscott, Phyllis Driskell Morgan, Judith Dukes, Mary Ellis, Laura Evan, Barbara Ferrell Rone, Hattie Floyd, James Forcum, Diane Carol Forkner, Rich Frank, John Garner, Goris Geer, Janet Gibson, Faye Joyce Gillock, Jerry Glass, Billie Jean Gordon Lavoe, Charles Graddy, Carlene Graham, Daniel Graham, Jerry Graham, Leslie Graham Flaton, Cynthia Green Romano, Phyllis Greiner Stocks, W. Charles Gustin, Jean Linda Hall, Mary Eloise Hall, Stanton Hanna, Irene Hartzell, James Hobson, Ann Houser Sexton, Sue Laura Huff, Wallace Hunt, Wallace Hurt, Joan Imel Lewis, Terrill Eugene Jackson, Caroline Sue Jacobs, Marian Jeffers Cruz, Sharon Jones Johnson, Judy Kelley Aldridge, Earl "Butch" Kimmerling, James King, Rhonda King, James Kizer, Jane Kretchmer, Cynthia Lantz Knause, Sue Lennartz Knotts, Judith Lewellen, Edward Lynch, MaryMahoney, Max Maloved, Martha Margison, Rosann Margo Smith, Deloris Martin, Rogeania Martin Stupples, Jerry Wayne Massey, Sherry Mauck Granger, Scott Mc Creary, George McLain, Sandy Mc Mahon, Avo Morton Dietz, Susan Mosier Van Ness, Charles Nay, Peggy Sue Nelson, Alice O'Neal Garber, Charles Parker, Pamela Perry, Glenda Pierce Dixon, Janice Puckett Stricklet, Betty Reed Mazzaia, Paula Reger Gibbs, Nicholas Remaklus, Susan Riggs Crim, Margaret Robinson, Norman Robinson, Diana Rogers, Brenda Schinnerer Wright, Billie Sheets, Stephen Shelton, Timothy Shinkle, Walter Short, Willie Ruth Simmons Page, Donna Smith, James Smith, Leslie Stewart, Janet Stoops Spillman, David Stults, Charles Sullivan, Lajuana Sullivan, Albert Symons, Doug Thornburgh, Chrystal Tomlinson Whitten, Marvin Tudor, Susie Van Duyn Orman, Linda Wable Michael, Joyce Wagner Nichols, Dan Gene Walker, Donald Wallace, Arthur Warner, Mike Weaver, Stephen Weaver, Cynthia Wheat Wykoff, R. Marjorie Whitaker, David Whitney, Sue Sandra Willard, James Williams, Rosalee Wilmoth Mullins, Cecil (Ed) Wilson, Horace Wilson, Margaret Winter Garrigus, Willard Wools, Kay Younger Foster and James Yutzy.

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