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Class of 1979 - Mark R Booth
Class of 1946 - Mary England McConnell Ashley
Class of 1963 - Sharon Lingham Power
Class of 1969 - Richard E Cobb
Class of 1946 - Edward L Wampold
Class of 1978 - Dona McNear Duncan
Class of 1961 - Anselm Herbert Morton III
Class of 1957 - Beverly W Langston Stacy
Class of 1957 - Sue Elizabeth Hargrove King
Class of 1976 - Shirley Elayne Tolliver Thomas
Class of 1950 - Greely Moore Wells
Class of 1962 - Samuel "Sammy" Brock
REUNIONS in 2017
We Need Your Details!
Classes of 1947, 1952, 1957, 1962, 1972,
1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002,
Are you holding a Reunion in 2017?
Please send your announcement and any
details. We will post dates, details, and
build the pages for your Class Reunion for free!
eMail Stan Robinson
Some of us have been missing each other and plan to meet on April 22. We need to know how many would like to attend this very impromptu event. Heavy Hors d'Oeuvres and drinks in a very casual setting. Please let us know if you plan on attending. Please share this on your social media outlets, and help reach as many Classmates as possible. Come on and join us for fun and laughter. We are not getting any younger!
Location To Be Determined
Class of '67
Will Hold its 50th Reunion in
Montgomery the weekend of
June 16-17, 2017. For details
eMail Jack Pickett
The author of Duck and Cover: A Nuclear Family, a funny memoir about growing up in Atom Bomb Drill era Montgomery. Duck and Cover published by University of South Carolina Press and available in April 2017 from Amazon.com and major retailers.
In April the University of South Carolina Press will publish Kathie Farnell’s wry, laconic memoir Duck and Cover: A Nuclear Family based on her perspective as a smart-mouthed, unreasonably optimistic white girl growing up in Cloverdale, a genteel and neatly landscaped neighborhood of Montgomery, Alabama, in the late 1950s and early1960s. During those decades Montgomery's social order was slowly—very slowly—changing. The bus boycott was over if not forgotten, Normandale Shopping Center had a display of the latest fallout shelters, and integration was on the horizon, though many still thought the water in the white and colored drinking fountains came from separate tanks.
THE LANIER ALMA MATER
Dear Lanier, though fleeting time
May bear us far away from thee
Forever in thy hallowed halls
Each heart will dwell in loyalty.
Faithful to the blue and white We will be.
And before thy shrine of knowledge
We will kneel to thee
Alma Mater, thy standard waves
Triumphant through each passing year;
We love thy spirit, true and brave,
Thy courage through each threatening fear,
We will hold when we began our lives anew,
Memories of the sheltering walls,
And of thy friendships true.
Georgia Wagner Morgan - Music 1928
Louise Shepherd Fleming - Words 1928
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