Class of 1946

Remember when: 1946

This 1946 Seafield School class picture will certainly bring back memories, as well as a few chuckles from the next family generation.

This 1946 Seafield School class picture will certainly bring back memories, as well as a few chuckles from the next family generation.

Shown in the back row are: Jack McMillen, Joan Lux, Della Flechl, Teddy Stang, Gladys Pugh, Lois Merrill, Allan McLean, Vernon Rentz, Bruce McMillen, Bud Merrill, Wilf Stang and Ron Bednar. In the second row are: Glyn Pugh, Alphonse Stang, Lucy Dudgeon, Norma Lux, Margaret Pugh and Mary Stang. Shown kneeling in the front row are: Jerry McMillen, Ian Dudgeon, Bill Bowie, Joe Pugh, John Flechl, Charlie Bowie and Robert Will.

Please keep those great photos coming in so that we can all see the way you were not that long ago.

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