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The 1958 Class of Mt. Ulla High School

Submitted by Susan Beaver

The 1958 Class of Mt. Ulla High School held its 60th class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 22 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Derby Holshouser of Salisbury.
Thirteen members and eight guests attended. The group was welcomed by Susan Owen Beaver, followed by an invocation given by Larry Poteat. Memorabilia on display including the 1958 year book, “The Keepsake,” old photos and athletic letter jackets. A list of known deceased members was displayed in a prominent place and memorial candles burned in their memory.
After lunch, the group enjoyed sharing some humorous memories and door prizes were awarded. One of the highlights was a photo session with the 1929 Ford automobile belonging to class member Richard Connelly.

Richard Connelly’s 1929 Ford was a big hit

Class members attending were: Nancy Watson Biggers, Patsy Somera Sellers, Rachel Gillespie Shepherd, John Graham, Charles Davis, Sybil Davis Angelley, Eleanor Thompson Ijames, Susan Owen Beaver, Donald Briggs, Jerry Hallyburton, Richard Connelly, Larry Poteat and Norman Schenk.
Before departing, the group was invited to include messages in a letter to fellow class member Sam Morgan, who now resides in Australia.

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