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February 26, 2004

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Page 6B -- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Feb. 26, 2004 were HONORARY MEMBERSHIP- GHSAA President Bill Gainer presents an honorary membership plaque to former GSC President and First Lady, Dr. Thomas and Mrs. Irene Powell. The Powells were not in attendance. GREETINGS TO THE MEMBERSHIP - GSC President Dr. Robert Freeman accepted a plaque presented in honor of the former President and First lady at the Sat. evening, June 28 Alumni Banquet at the Heflin Student Union's Ballroom.. iii i "Abraham Lincoln had difficulty getting an education, but what do you expect from a guy who didn 't play football, basketball or baseball?" Anonymous onorees ALL-STAR! - Jack Conrad, long- time owner of the Conrad Motel in downtown Glenville, was well- known as a multi-sports athlete, showing exceptional talent most especially on the basketball court. Here, he receives a special recognition for his all-around athletic prowess from Margaret Miller Goodwin. HALL OF FAMER- Bob Hardman accepts recognition as the only GHS Alumni Association member who is also an inductee into GSC's Curtis Elam Hall of Fame, which honors exceptional former athletes from the college. union HIGH JUMPER - Bob Whiting is presented with the award for record-breaking high jump during his days as a member of the track team at GHS. IIii III I STATE TRACK RECORD - For setting a state track and field record, Bob Arnold, a long-time Glenville businessman and newspaper publisher, was recognized by Margaret Miller Goodwin. Mr. Arnold passed away earlier this year. L MANY ATHLETIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS - Charles Berry (right) received an award from Bill Gainer for his many and varied accomplishments as a Red Teror athlete at Glenville High School. MULTI-TALENT - Warren Lamb received an athletic award for multiple feats of athletic prowess. FORMAL PORTRAIT - Rita Frymier'Huff, Patrick Frymier and Ruth Frymier stand straight and tall for the cameras as a family portrait is taken. i ii! ?iii ~ii~iiiiiill MORE REUNION REVELRY AT THE HEFLIN STUDENT UNION ON SATURDAY EVENING MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1953 iiii! ALL IN THE FAMILY - Pictured here are Melissa and Mike Gainer, the daughter-in-law and son of GHSAA's Bill Gainer. They had just as much fun as the former GHS Students with whom they were celebrating the reunion. CHECKING THE PALATE - GSC/Aramark Chef Steve Shattuck (left) is pictured here with Judge Bill Jones, most likely checking to see if the food served during the reunion reception was as good as everything else Shattuck whips up for many other local affairs. "As I understand it, sports are hard work for which you do not get paid." Irwin Shrewsbury Cobb SCHC on the raisin