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Yesterday: R.A. Clement School’s Class of 1964

Ruby Kesler Ford brought in this photograph of the 19 students who made up the 1964 senior class at R.A. Clement School in Cleveland. Ford was class president, and the class will be celebrating its 50th reunion July 4-5 at Hotel Salisbury (formerly the Holiday Inn). The class anniversary will be part of the R.A. Clement School Biennial Reunion. Ford says five of her classmates in this photograph have passed away. The names given for the girls in the class are their maiden names. The students are front row, left to right: Clarence Cowan, William Moore, Emma J. Gaither, Terry Rankin, Christine Heaggins, Ruby Kesler, Marie Cuthbertson and William Phifer. Second row: James E. Stockton, Lindsay Chambers, Larry Blackwell, Paul Blackwell, Robert Blackwell, William Cuthbertson and Delano Rankin. Top row: William Neely, Lonnie Gaither, Curlee Brawley and Nathaniel P. Morris.

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