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Yesterday: Faith Elementary School’s eighth-graders in 1965

John Bruce provided this photograph of the graduating eighth-grade class, including the seventh-grade marshals, at Faith Elementary School in 1965. On the bottom row, left to right, the students include Robert Huff (seventh grade), Becky Lyerly (seventh) Gail Sifford (seventh), Gail Fraley and Danny Flowe (seventh). Second row: Sherry Pendergrass, Gwen Hess, Margaret Beaver, Brenda Broadway (seventh) and Sandra Linebarger (seventh). Third row: Troy Perea, Renee Thomas, Paula Nance, Carolyn Euart, Johnny Bruce, Joyce Barger and Vickie Cook. Fourth row: Jackie Miller, Pam Sifford, Frankie Deese, Donna Webster, Buster Beaver, Cindy Miller and Cathy Hoffner. Fifth row: David Flowe, Emma Randall (hidden from view), Denise Herrin, Johnny Nance, Dennis Sifford, Pam McCombs and Bonnie Smith. Sixth row: Terry Deal, Peggy Goodman, Paula Deal, Jimmy Hudson,, John Eller, Delane Bost, Jeffrey Ritchie and Mitchel Goodman. Seventh row: Wayne Goodman, Jackie Sloop, Neal Stirewalt, Cliff Smith and Steven McCombs.

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