Seven decades later: The Class of 1948 from Ponoka Composite School met for a reunion June 9 at the Ponoka Legion for coffee, cake and a lot of reminising and catching up. Thirteen graduates were able to make it (Back, L-r) Harold Gordanier, Bert Swanson, Don MacLeod, Barbara Hinkey (Pateson), Dr. John Graham, Bertha San Tee (Courser), Joyce Bednar (Hagemann). Front - Jean Gordon (Sparks), Evelyn Harris (Rodney), Verna Cerveny (Raycraft), Jessie Curtis (Vieaux), Lois Liddell (Steffanson), Ron Mayled. Photo by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTO: 70 years Ponoka high school reunion

A reunion of those from the Ponoka High School Class of 1948

By Jordie Dwyer

A reunion of those from the Ponoka High School Class of 1948

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