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The Boyden High School Class of 1963

Submitted by Aggie Peninger

The Boyden High School Class of 1963 held its 55th reunion at the Gables Clubhouse in Faith on Sept. 29. A barbecue dinner with all the fixings, plus desserts and beverages was enjoyed by all. A class picture from the previous reunion, plus pictures of the deceased members, were on display. The blessing was given by Rev. Fred Jordan.
Those attending from out of town were:
Jean Allen Shuping and Dick Shuping, Jamestown, NC
Pat Bailey Shuping, Atlantic Beach, NC
Don Erb, Lusby, MD
Carolyn Grim Hill, Hattiesburg, MS
Mike Gwyn, Washington, NC
Ella Harry Arnold, Lincolnton, GA
Fran Heilig Bowers, Ponte Verdra Beach, FLA
Glenda Honeycutt Thomas, N. Myrtle Beach, SC
Jenkie Krider Hatcher, Augusta, GA
Georgianna McCanless, Iron Station, NC
Judy McInnis Seaver, Winston-Salem, NC
Mary Frances Mitchell Wise, Clemmons, NC
Nancy Peeler Sheehan and Charles Sheehan, Amelia Island, FLA
Dr. Richard Pence, Iron Station, NC
Kitty Price Wright, Beaufort, SC
Vickie Roberts Watson, Huntersville, NC
Dr David Sharpe, Lynchburg, VA
Diana Stein Morgan, Great Neck, NY
Ned Story, Clemmons, NC
Kay Thomason Brady, Advance, NC
Carolyn Thompson Brockman, High Point, NC
Judy Wigginton Bowen, Wilmington, DE
Local members attending were: Salisbury: Charlie Andrews, Mary Lou Campbell Rabon, Toni Cline Kenerly and Bill Kenerly, Aggie Copley Peninger, Jane English Rowland, Leigh Graham, Rev. Fred Jordan, Jo Martel Simmons, Sue McCanless Wood and Tommie Wood, Judy Montgomery Motley, Richard Reamer, Claudette Roberts, Jeff Saleeby, Vic Shives, Ellis Smith Jr., Suzanne Wallace Casey, Dr. Bill Webb and Brenda Zumpano Forbis;
Faith: Ronnie Hatley and Rockwell: Carl Miller.
The planning committee members were Charlie Andrews, Suzanne Casey, Leigh Graham, Toni Kenerly, Bill Kenerly, Georgianna McCanless, Aggie Peninger, Richard Reamer, Claudette Roberts, Jane Rowland, Jeff Saleeby, Ned Story, Sue Wood and Vicke Watson.

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