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High school reunion news

Cleveland High School
The Cleveland High School graduating class of 1944 held its 65th reunion Aug. 22 at Salem Lutheran Church fellowship hall. Luncheon was served and enjoyed by all 19 attendees.
A brief memorial service was held for class members who had passed away since the last reunion.
Those attending were: Margaret Agner, Thomas Lee and Helen Beeker, Dot Campbell, Lola Floss, Clyde Graham, Billie and Kathleen Kepley, Ella Marie and Homer Kepley, Ruby Kluttz, Doris Lee, Walter Mann Jr., Nell Myers, Rachael Pinkston, and Phillip and Ruth Young.
The person traveling the greatest distance was Walter Mann Jr., who lives in Richmond since his retirement from the ministry.
Class President Phillip Young and Ruby Kluttz were honored for their past service. Lola Floss and Doris Lee were the planning committee for the reunion. Helen Gordon handled the food service.
Future reunions will be held, but no date has been established.
West Rowan reunion
The West Rowan High School Class of 1960 held a planning session at the home of classmate Everette Corriher on Aug. 22.
The following class members were present: Francis Lipe Corriher and guest Junior Orbison; Clyde Bogle and wife Rena; Nancy Cauble Kesler and husband John; Larry Beaver and wife Dovie; Johnny Safrit and wife Helen; Bernard Webb and guest Shelby Archie; and Donny Caldwell.
Plans are being made to celebrate their 50th class reunion in 2010. The class of 1960 is the first class to graduate from West Rowan High School. A class roster is being confirmed to make sure that information is shared with each member.

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