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Yesterday: R.A. Clement High School Class of 1968

The R.A. Clement High School Alumni Association held it biennial reunion this past weekend, which also coincided with the 50th anniversary of the Class of 1968 — the last class to graduate from the Clement School before full integration took place at West Rowan High School. The Class of 1968 included in the bottom row, left to right: Christine Torrence McCoy, Delores Cornelius Brown, Mary Patricia Houpe, Azalee Pruitt Stockton, Edith Jones Hunter, Donna Rice Blackwell, Norzely Chambers Krider and Betty Grace Davis; middle row: Jerry Moore, Jerry Blackwell, William Montgomery, Norman Blackwell, Derry Allen, Joe Houpe and Bennet Young; top row: Charles Cornelius, Richard Norman, Arthur Ramsey, Oscar Hunter, J.W. McCoy, George Watkins and Claude Hosch. Class members not pictured were Marsha Steele Knox, Garland Jones, Claudine Wilson Clark, Connie Miller, Gloria Corry, Donald Simmons, Betty Stringer, Patricia Stinson, Jean Neal and Jan Neal. The R.A. Clement High School Class of 1967 also was honored during the weekend. the school was located in Cleveland.

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