2011-06-30 / Local & State

MHS Class Of 1958 Holds Reunion



McConnellsburg Class of 1958 held a 50-year-plus class reunion June 18 at Celebrations Unlimited. Of the 38 graduates, 30 are still living and 23 attended, along with 19 guests. Class members came from Arizona, Wisconsin, Florida, Virginia and Pennsylvania. A buffet dinner was catered by Karen’s Home Cooking. Fifties music was provided throughout the evening by Jan Fraker and Bruce Carriker. “The Bag Lady” concluded the evening’s entertainment with a comedy routine. Classmates attending are pictured above, front row: Maxine Fix Bard, Grace Kerlin Brady, Ruth Sipes Seiders, Betty Culler Munch (class secretary), Mel Strait (class vice president), Chester Feagley, Ronald “Buck” Richards, Nancy Shimer Greathead; middle row: Charles Crouse, Gerald Wible, Lous Sipes Ramsey, Dorothy Richards Randler, Shirley Sipes Farver, Harold Clouser, Max Eugene Stenger; back row: Donald Bard, Carl Gordon, Jean Johnson Gleaves, Parker Crouse, George Shearer, Bill Hann, Elwood Doyle, George Morton and Larry Chubb. McConnellsburg Class of 1958 held a 50-year-plus class reunion June 18 at Celebrations Unlimited. Of the 38 graduates, 30 are still living and 23 attended, along with 19 guests. Class members came from Arizona, Wisconsin, Florida, Virginia and Pennsylvania. A buffet dinner was catered by Karen’s Home Cooking. Fifties music was provided throughout the evening by Jan Fraker and Bruce Carriker. “The Bag Lady” concluded the evening’s entertainment with a comedy routine. Classmates attending are pictured above, front row: Maxine Fix Bard, Grace Kerlin Brady, Ruth Sipes Seiders, Betty Culler Munch (class secretary), Mel Strait (class vice president), Chester Feagley, Ronald “Buck” Richards, Nancy Shimer Greathead; middle row: Charles Crouse, Gerald Wible, Lous Sipes Ramsey, Dorothy Richards Randler, Shirley Sipes Farver, Harold Clouser, Max Eugene Stenger; back row: Donald Bard, Carl Gordon, Jean Johnson Gleaves, Parker Crouse, George Shearer, Bill Hann, Elwood Doyle, George Morton and Larry Chubb.

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