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Page 4B --- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder ---Thursday, Feb. 26, 2004 I I t A GUY THING - In the foreground of this picture, Rusty Stalnaker (left) and Jack Conrad are deep in conversation. Another group of (mostly) men in the background, (left to right) Jesse Huff, Louise Meadows Rhoades, Jack Reed and Bill Rhoades, seems to be solving the world's problems. DUO OF BROTHERS - Brothers Billy Joe Reaser (left) and Cecil Reaser stood shoulder to shoulder and gave one of the biggest grins of any reunion goers. The reunion gave siblings a chance to rehash their high school days from a unique perspective. DOWNTIME? - Vince Miller (left) and John Gainer seem to be taking a breather from the non-stop visiting of the reunion reception. TAKE A BREATH AND SMILE - While talking over some good times at GHS, these ladies took a breath and smiled forthe camera, as well. From left to right, they are: Ann Gerstner, Carolyn Plum Yerkey, Kay Coberly Yohey, Julie Murin Lee and Peggy Sue Adams Plum. THE CHEESE STANDS ALONE - Larry Kight was spotted solo by the photographer and smiles big. i ii i l= Support your Glenville High School Alumni Assoeiation by a co~- . | tribution to the "Scholarship Fu~ , HAPPY TO PAUSE - Looking happy to pause for a candid shot of their smiling faces were (left to right): Lucille Meadows Hardman, Mary Jean Ralston Barker, Kenneth Meadows, Don Barker. Margaret Ann Miller Goodwin (far fight), immune to the attention of photographers, just kept socializing. TALKING ABOUT THE STOCK MARKET OR FOX HUNTING? - Ron Peters (far left), Larry Ford and Howard Frymier were looking like landed gentry when caught by the eye of the camera. Even without cigars and brandy, they look as though they could be discussing the stock market or an upcoming fox hunt. STOPPING TO SAY HELLO - Before heading to a table to sit down with some good food, many people grabbed old friends to say their hellos or to ask for an "update." JUST ONE MORE SMILE - Like many others, this foursome probably got pretty used to smiling for the camera during the reunion. From left to fight: Jesse Hun, Louise Meadows Rhoades, Bill Rhoades and Jack Reed. ALUMNI REMINISCE - More "Happy Campers" and memory-mining by a variety of GHS alumni at the Gilmer County Senior Center on Friday night, June 27. STEP BACK AND SHOW US YOUR SMILES -These Red Terror alums stepped back from the table of photos on display and allowed a wonderful picture to be made. Left to right: Ted Fultineer, Ruth and Patrick Frymier, Dick Fultineer, Fred Gainer and Scott Withers. I II I I I I REASERS WITH FRIENDS - Here again were Cecil Reaser (far left), Billy Joe Reaser, saying a few hellos to Georgia Sergent (center), Bernard Ellison and Doris Fling III I I I I mmm Continued from page 1B giving back to our community and 1945), now of Athens, Georgia, for that weekend because they, alongwith and hard-working Alumni Associa- last year with over 150 in attendance young, intelligent people whowill GSC through this growing Scholar- making this project a "go." the alumni of 1944 and 1954, will be tion members ever since the group at the Senior Center, with about 12 become leaders in theircareersand ship Fund." President Bill quickly adds that our extra-special honorees on those was re-activated six years ago. states being represented," he calcu- keep the Red Terror pride alive for In addition at the "Pow Wow," another highlight of the entire week- evenings," he explains. The planning process lates. generations to come. We're just Margaret hopes that the Ciass Picture end will be honoring the special classes Also, by tradition, the top secret "This is our sixth year to have the Tomakethisonemega-eventweek- happy that our small contributions project will be completed. "We may of 1934 (their 70th anniversary re- "Alumnus(a) of the Year" recipient reunion," recounts President Bill. end a success, however, the Alumni ofmoneymakeitpossibleforthem have about all of the class pictures union), 1944 (60th anniversary) and will he announced at the Sat., June 26 "Last year we had a planning meet- Association's officers must remain to continue their educations in col- from 1930 to 1968 for sale for the 1954 (50th year). "I don't know if Alumni Banquet. Last year's recipi- ing at Flatwoods, but this year, it was active in the Glenville community all lege. Last year, of the 12 recipi- first time," she announces with a anyone from the Class of1934 will be ents were "Alumni of the Year," be- in Glenville," he says, noting that ents, 10 attended Glenville State smile. Special praise has been ex- here, but we want them to feel wel- ing Denzil and Rita Huff, of Cox's good planning definitely pays off.Continued to page 5B College. So, we believe that we're tended to Charlie R Berry (Class of come and to make an effort to be here Mills, who have been two dedicated "We had a nice Friday Reception