MCHS 60th Reunion

The Marshall County High Class of 1959 held its 60th reunion Pictured are, from left:

Seated - Oma Jane Rogers Corbin of Boaz and Nalda Baugh Davis of Guntersville.

1st row - Sarah Easley Cassidy of Guntersville; Betty Wright Evans of Grant; Gail Sams Lanning of Wichita, Kentucky; Charles Wallace of Albertville; Charlene Sexton of Guntersville; Elizabeth Brazelton Pruitt of Guntersville; Faye McWaters Lettieri of Palmetto, Georgia; Linda Adams Pack of Guntersville; Sarah Jane Mabrey Knott of Birmingham; Nancy Stubblefield Franks of Grant; Cheri Buchanan Smith of Union Grove; Diane Richter Strickland of Guntersville; Judy Harrison Moore of Huntsville; Faye Davis Irwin of Brownsboro; Joan Brown Jones of Bethlehem, Georgia; and Bob Blankenship of Huntsville.

Back - Donald Watson of Guntersville; Carl Freeman Wright of Guntersville; Buddy Taylor of Albertville; Freddie Lurwig of Nauvoo; Martha Nell Wright Rowan of Guntersville; Jack Chaney of Hampton Cove; David Jex of Guntersville; Jasper Fortenberry of Shreveport; Louisiana; and James Grant Hand of Somerville.

The Marshall County High class of 1959 held its 60th class reunion at the Hampton Inn on June 22.

Twenty-seven graduates and a total of 49 were in attendance. Classmates and attendees received a copy of the Washington D.C. picture, a picture of the of the MCHS High School in 1959, and a Memorial page of classmates who are deceased.

The class didn't have a formal program, but everyone had a great time reminiscing about the past 60 years. The order of the day was fun, food and fellowship. 

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