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Flu vaccines will be free. During the event, there will also be over 25 vendors to discuss services they have available as well as vendors that will have items available for pur- chase. Door prizes will also be awarded which will include an over- night stay an Mardi Gras Casino and tickets to Dollywood as well as many mher door prizes donated by local businesses. Free breakfast will be served to all in attendance• Please contact Shelly at (304) 765- 3668 for more information. You may also email Shelly at sflint@ frontier.com. Did You Know? In 1891, William Wrigley, Jr. began selling soap in Chicago. To increase sales, he gave away gum to his customers• When his gum became a hit, he decided to make and sell the gum. • Kidz Maze Mania I I i The rat is trying to find the cheese! Help him make it through the maze! ) Feature Exchange A cryptogram is a puzzle where a sentence is encoded by substituting the actual letters of the sentence with different letters• The challenge, of the puzzle is to 'decode' the sentence to reveal the original English sentence. We have provided a few of the decoded letters to help get you started. Hint: Quote by Mark Twain X V K IA!B!O!D!,!F!C I HI J IKI LIMINIOIPIQIRISlTlUlVlWlXlYIZl i ......... Izlllllll SM F V Y 'T Z GA I T T T T , "-Z'T U U Z G T Z R Y Z G F V Y T T T ZV RTBTBQTR AK F ZGSKO Former Troy High School Holds Annual All Class Reunion The former Troy High School alumni and students met Saturday evening, May 25, 2013, at the Gilmer County Senior Citizen's Center for their annual dinner and party. The Alumni Association furnished meat and hot rolls while attendees brought their favorite covered dish. A deli- cious meal was served at 6:00. Larisa Gordon and Jessica Jones were intro- duced as two of the winners of the THS Alumni Scholarship for 2013- 2014 academic year. They expressed their thanks to the group for their scholarship. One hundred, sixteen former Troy students and at least 42 guests attended the festivities. The first class graduated from Troy High School in 1928 but the first class represented this year was 1934 with Marie Barbarow Flaherty. The next year represented was 1945 with Reta Mason Law and Anna Heckert Tyser. Once we got to 1948 we had gradu- ates present from each year. 1948- Edward Talbott, Hobart Prunty and Winoma Spurgeon Prunty; 1949-Billy Matheny; 1950-Jean James Flesher and Josephine Fidler; 1951-Jolene Cole Jones, Raleigh Royster, Bradley Pettit, Louise RadcliffPettit and Golda Walton Whitehair; 1952-Annabell Lowther Barnard. The Class of 1953 celebrated their 60 'h Anniversary with 8 members of their graduating class present: Dwayne Childers, Patty Royster Richards, Norma Willis Rutherford, Norma Talbott Mertz, George Bush, Shirley Heckert Lawrence, Charlene Cole Olsen and Barbara Fidler Wellings, as well as their advisor, Mr. Wendell Hardway. 1954-Patty Matheny Barbarow, Wade Adams, Ray Burk- hamer, Patty Bonnett Burkhamer, Dorothy Knisely Radcliff, Eleanor Bell Nicholas, Gordon Short and Glenn Walton; 1955-Guy Kirkpatrick and Ronzel Somerville; 1956-Leon Ellyson, Mabel Somerville, Jeanie Radcliff Matheny, Jack Reed, Adrain Adams, Edwin Ware, Edward "Bud" Adams and Kenneth "Dee" Short; 1957-Arden Allman, Frank Baker, Carolyn Childers Buchanan, Rosalee Gordon Rollins, Carol Springston Lang, Sid Royster Lynch, Geraldine Owens Prunty and Jim Bailey; 1958- Donald Barbarow, Kay Clevenger Polan, Lu Royster Rhoades and Anita Ware Adams; 1959-Judy Yancy Brown, Richard Clevenger, Helen Keister Reed, David Gaines, Larry Radcliff, Don Butcher, Gerald Kirkpatrick and Catherine Allman Bailey; 1960-Linda Heckert Thomas, Louise Wiseman Riddle, Robert Kirkpatrick and Duane B urton; 1961- Rodney Somerville, Phyllis B arbarow Ruppert and Hannah Wiseman McCune; 1962-Betty Jean Kirkpatrick Mathess, Sharon Armentrout Weaver, David Cole and Brenda Bailey Somerville. The Golden Fifty Year Class of 1963 had 7 of their graduating class present• They were each presented with a coursage and included: Clarence Mathess, Carolyn Barnes Lanway, Kenny Jo 7, LTn Marks, Shirley Matheny Yost, Vernon Ware and Jim Wiseman. There are 2 de- ceased classmates: Roland Gochenour and Gary Messenger. 1964-John Mes- * senger and Sharon Short Edman; 1965-Gary Burton, Karen Gordon Cook, Dotty Wilson Lamb, Larry West, Sandra McCartney Parks, Dale Wilson, Jean Ellyson Adams and Harley Wilson; 1966-Dave Cook, Ernest Gum, Larry Mathess, Vicki Limer Mathess, Susan Garrett Mes- senger and Kay Neal Agriesti; 1967- Pat McCartney, Jim Matheny, Jack Teter and Larry Butcher. The last class to graduate from Troy High School was 1968 and they cel- ebrated their 45 th anniversary in the conference room at the Senior Center with their advisor Mrs. Jean Flesher. Present were: Jackie Adams, Betty Bonnett Luzier, Ruth Ann Butcher, Terry Campbell, Karen Frymier Alloway, Rodney Mathess, Joe Matheny, Kathy Short Bosley and Suzetta Willis Burton. The Gilmer County High School graduates beginning at Troy in- cluded: Sondra Gordon Nasseri, Mary Wiseman Alltop, Eddie Radcliff, Ann Radcliff, Barbara Burkhammer Owens, BarbaraBeron Jones, Jessie Jones and Larisa Gor- don. This reunion is always held the Saturday evening before .Memorial Day, so please mark your calendars for next year and invite your class- mates to come too. We promise it will be,a reat evening! Beverly Heritage Center Presents: Archaeology in Action TheBeverly Heritage Center is in- rural towns in West Virginia. The an archaeologist and Americorps viting the public to come and see archaeology in action at the Collett House, in Beverly. The dig will take place on October 12 and 13 at 10:00 a.m. behind the Collett House, lo- cated on Collett Street, next to the Presbyterian Church. This event is an educational dig, approved by the WVSHPO, in which archaeologists hope to find diagnos- tic artifacts relating to life in Beverly, indications of the different uses the Collett House has had, and in general perhaps a time line for history in small, public is invited to watch archaeol- ogy in progress and ask questions of the archaeologists as well as commu- nity members and historians. The Collett House has historically been used as a tavern, inn, family residence, saddle shop, and housed the female seminary in the 1880s. The log structure, built in the late 1700s, still stands within the Collett House, though there have been mul- tiple additions to it. The dig will take place in back of the Collett House and will be lead by Alison Thornton, member at the Beverly Heritage Center• "Public archaeology is one way to get people interested in his- tory. I hope that this dig will excite community members, and spread the word about how fascinating Beverly's history is." 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