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College High class of 1962 to celebrate 50th reunion June 23

College High class of 1962 to celebrate 50th reunion 

June 23


(WARRENSBURG, Mo.)—The College High School Class of 1962 will celebrate its 50th Year Reunion Saturday June 23.
A tour of UCM campus landmarks including the College High School Memorial, the new Student Wellness and Recreation Center and a display of College High School memorabilia will start at 10 a.m. in Room 219 of the Elliott Student Union.
A reception and dinner for classmates and guests is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday at Heroes banquet room at 107 W Pine St. Warrensburg, Missouri.
For more information or reservations contact Lynn or Jackie Harmon at 660-747-5794.

Have a great reunion, from the class of 73.

College High Class of 1962 celebrates 50-year reunion

Jun 25, 2012,

Seated: (left to right) Berdena (Shumate) Zink, Sara (Wilkey) Nyman, Leslie (Innes) Petrie, Jackie (Stockton) Harmon. Standing: (left to right) Fred Hallier, Ron Welhoff, Kay (Dillingham) Truelove, Linda (Dillingham) Anderson, Gary Haller, Sharon (Krewson) Miller, Mary Ann (Shackelford) Younce, Shirley (Hammond) Schmidli, Janet (Wagoner) Smith, Dennis Norcross, Lynn Harmon. (submitted photo)
(WARRENSBURG, Mo.)—The College High School Class of 1962 celebrated its 50-year reunion Saturday night at Heroes Restaurant. 
Twenty-six people attended, including 15 class members. Rebecca Sadler Klein, past president of the UCM Alumni Association, welcomed the class back to Warrensburg and the campus. 
Several Awards were presented: Linda (Dillingham) Anderson, Burlington, NC, for traveling the farthest; Sara (Wilkey) Nyman for the most grandchildren with eleven; and Sharon (Krewson) Miller for the most great-grandchildren with 1 ½.
Janet (Wagoner) Smith conducted the memorial recognition of deceased classmates. Self introductions, embellishments, and defenses along with frequent interrogation consumed most of the evening. 
The closing topic was which nursing facility in Florida would be most suitable for hosting the 75th class reunion. A committee of 15 was appointed to investigate the site for the reunion.

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