There was a great turnout for the gala 50th reunion of the Ponoka Composite High School Class of 1967. Shown in the front row left to right are: Greg Olsen, Karen Smith, Barbara (Courser) Krebbs, Sandra (Girling) Gamble, Doug Hart, Joan (Trenerry) Swainson, Charlene (Kroening) Griffiths, Terry Griffiths and Mina (Bossenberry) Procyshyn. Second Row (l to r) Alfred Gratrix, Raymond Ward, Denese (Gillund) Stretch, Marilyn (Jones) Almond, Carol (Anderson) Dick, Sharon (Jenkins) Harris, Marie (Scott) McWade, Shirley (Ronnie) Jones, Larry Blyth, Nettie (Smith) Winslow and Phyllis Potts. Third Row (l to r) Gail (Shantz) Bresee, Donna (Kuntz) Bakaas, Marlene (Kuntz) Young, Rosina (Wildeman) Dreher, Evelyn (Wagner) Cleveland, Marilyn (Wagner) Schaade, Joan Wills, Brenda (Davenport) Wedin, Bev (Ehrman) Boman, Marlynn (Rentz) Kennedy, Wendy (Johnston) Humphreys and Trevor Davis. Fourth Row (l to r) John Tofsrud, Gordon Liddle, Rob Stretch, Judy (Van Eaton) Stang, Melvin Auten, Ida (Johansson) Tofsrud, Norm Greenwood, Ken Andreychuk, Blair Crandall and Rick Jones. Fifth Row (l to r) Jeanette Boman, Pat (Massing) Christie, Rosalyn (Rinsky) Heinz, Peggy (Rees) Corner, Rob Baumbach, Bing Jones and Ron Monroe. Sixth Row (l to r) Charlie Gartner, Mary Ann (Krause) Peressini, Susan (Moench) MacKenzie, Dawn (MacKenzie) Parent, Larry Volk, Megan Seagrave, Gloria (Watson) Filiatrault, Susan (Edwards) Millie, Valerie (Kneller) LeBlanc, Bruce Hinkley and Charles Walcheske. Seventh Row (l to r) Dan McLaren, Jack Martin, Gregg Boddy, Dennis MacKenzie, Dan Koleyak, Eric LaFoy, Darrel Humphreys, Gerry Hornby, Dale Girling, Michael Fleming, Terry Fulton, Gerry Hoar and Roger Haber. Hopefully you can recognize them from then and now? Photo submitted

Remember When: Celebrating a 50th class reunion

Ponoka Composite High School graduates from 1967 celebrate another milestone

Ponoka Composite High School graduates from 1967 celebrate another milestone

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