Class of 1961

In Memory

Frank E. Austin, Jr.

"Happy am I; from care I am free."

Judith Ann Brown

"She was ever fair and never proud, had tongue at will, and never loud."

Vernon Dale Brunner

"Life is a jest, and all things show it."

Gary Douglas Bufkins

"He that is of merry heart has a continual feast."

Richard Arnold Click

"Once a gentleman, always a gentleman."

Edward Paul Ditmer

"A gentleman is what one seldom sees."

Jane "Toni" Dowell

"To know her is to love her."

Freddy Edwards

Unfortunately injured on the football field, he would have graduated with our class.

Sharon Ann Fields

"She has a very, very tender heart."

John Earl Fryrear

"Always ready to laugh without forgetting life's serious side."

Curtis E. Hatfield, Jr.

"To be strong is to be happy."

Sylvia Louise Hamilton

"There's the humor of it."

William Charles Huhn

"The happiest heart that ever beat."

Robert Dean Lewis

"I will laugh and be merry, remember the world is better with a song."

Elizabeth Savannah Maxwell

"To a young heart everything is fine."

William E. Morris

"A man is a man for a'that."

Don Hilbert Nicholson

"Yea, he did fly upon the wings of the wind."

Rowland Lee "Romeo" Owens

"All's right with the world."

Eleanor Irene Simpson

"The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed and ease of heart her every look conveyed."

Gail Lynn Simpson

"The grass stoops not, she treads on it light."

Durward Dean Tomes

"Actions well done as if by a king's son."

Joe Michael Toole

"His hearty laugh is often heard."

Leslie R. Wilson

"Obedience is the key to every door."

Mary Ann Yentsch

"Her beauty made the bright world dim."


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