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Class of 1968 Yearbooks

Yearbook Request by Jim Diehl
Last year of our class was 1968. Actually graduated with first class of GEHS in 1969.
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Class of 1950 Yearbooks

Yearbook Request by Harry Ward McCormack
This may be the information that you uploaded.......I got it by browsing my name, Harry Ward McCormack, on the internet...if you did, and still have the photo, will you upload it again....the folks in the top row have their faces shifted slightly out of alignment. Thanks..Harry


Last updated 04/22/2009

CLASS MOTTO
Wisdom is knowing how to use your knowledge

CLASS FLOWER
Yellow Rose

CLASS COLORS
Blue and Gold


CLASS ROLL
GIRLS
Carietta June Adkins
Eleanor Virginia Arbaugh
Lilly Irene Brown
Sue Ann Butts
Hallie Marie Coffman
Delores Joy Diem
Mary Susan Dressier
Aloha Jean Duckworth
Helen June England
Dorothea Ann Fernandez
Jean Winfred Forren
Vera Anita Goodall
Wanda Mae Hodges
Barbara Joan Honaker Bessie Merretta Hudson
Mary Armentrout Jennings
Patricia Ann Leist
Betty Lee Martin
Norma Ruth Massey
Virginia Katherine Massey
Peggy Joyce Morgan
Dorothy Mae Morris
Rosea Lea Radar
Linda Edmonia Ratliff
Peggy Marie Rutherford
Lilly Gay Louise Williams
Barbara Jean Withrow
BOYS
Eugene Charles Allman
Kenneth Harold Allman
Earl Wesley Arbaugh
Paul Brown Armentrout
Jack Norman Boone
Melvyn Eugene Bostic
Doran Eugene Cornwell
Frank H. Hedstrom
Herbert Carlisle Holley
Ira Everette Jeffries, Jr.
Myles Wetzel Kersey Paul Alexander Kirby, Jr.
James Bollar Longanacre
Harry Ward McCormack
James Aaron Maynor
Dennis Lee Pauley
Dale Lee Reed
Samuel Edwin Rodgers
Gene Peyton Stanley
Theodore William Surgeon
Norman Shelby VanBuren
Vernon Ray Yates
FACULTY
Domenick Gaudino, Principal
Rocier Craig Martin
Mary Martin
Martha Ford
Frank Ford
Marion Ott Hellems
Noble C. Legg
Ward C. Hedrick Howard M. Loudin
Denzil A. Liston
Jane Kauffelt
Howard Heslep
Marguerite Reynolds
Wilford McCutcheon
Ernestine Williams
Paul Jackson



CLASS OFFICERS

President...............................................................Paul Armentrout
Vice President...............................................................Sam Rogers
Secretary................................................................. Peggy Morgan
Treasurer................................................................Ira Jeffries, Jr.
Historian................................................................. Helen England
Sponsors................................................ Jane Kauffelt and Howard Heslep
Class Song.................................................. Doing What Comes Naturally




CLASS OF 1950

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT. FIRST ROW: Ira Jefferies, Linda Ratliff, Helen England, Peggy Morgan, Paul Armentrout, Rosa Lea Rader, Patricia Leist, Sam Rogers. SECOND ROW: Peggy Rutherford, Ray Yates, Lily Williams, Herbert Holley, Jean Forren, Dennis Pauley, Vera Goodall, Kenneth Allman, Dorthea Fernandez, Jack Boone, Bessie Hudson. THIRD ROW: Wanda Hodges, Harry McCormick, Barbara Honaker, Wetzel Kersey, Dolores Diem, Dale Reed, Jean Duckworth, Frank Hedstrom, Virginia Massey, Earl Arbaugh, June Atkins. FOURTH ROW: James Longanacre, Tillie Brown, Melvin Bostic, Norma Massie, Eugene Allman, Virginia McDowell, Gene Stanley, Hallie Bland, Norman VanBuren, Betty Martin, Theodore Surgeon. FIFTH ROW: Howard Heslep - Teacher, Barbara Withrow, Jack Kirby, Ann Rutherford, James Maynor, Dorothy Morris, Doran Cornwell, Mary Jennings, Sue Ann Butts, Sue Dressier, Jane Kauffelt - Teacher.


NEWS OF THE YEAR 1950

NATIONAL SCENE - Harry S. Truman was President. The Korean Conflict started June 25, 1950.

STATE SCENE - Okey L. Patterson was Governor. Construction of West Virginia's eighty-eight mile
Turnpike between Charleston and Princeton was started. The C & O Railroad started shifting from coal-burning to engines.

LOCAL SCENE - Ira Jeffries gained recognition from Ford Motor Company by sending in a snapshot of model car he built. POPULAR SONG - Slow Boat to China.

The following businesses (still active) wished us well: P. K. Yates, Martin & Jones, Ronceverte National Bank and The First National Bank in Ronceverte.

The following now defunct businesses also wished us well: J. J. Townley and Company, Ronceverte Furniture Store, Dunn's Self Service, Gateway Hotel, City Meat Market, Farm Equipment Company, Spurgeon MacQueen Company, Mustain's Garage, Kauffelt's Home & Auto Store, Kramer Funeral Home, Clinebell's Barber Shop, Erwin's Feed and Supply, Hotel Greenbrier, Burton's Jewelry, Corner Grill, C. J. Casdorph & Son, Burkholder and Green, Morgan's Market, Garrett's Dog Wagon,
Greenbrier Feed & Supply, Ronceverte Grill & Restaurant, Ambler Block Plant, Houchins' Esso, The
West Virginia News, Kroger Company, Patton's, Nickell's Radio Shop, Marie Leist Shop, Fox's Grocery, Taylor's Jewelry, Folden's Grocery, and Coffma's Shoe Shop.


2006 Lori Samples for the Greenbrier Alumni Association. All Rights Reserved.
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