Remember when – Early ’60s


PCHS grads

This early 1960s class at the Ponoka Composite High School comprises in the back row: Phillip Palechek, Dwayne Schalin, Brian Stretch, Kenny Paulson, Don Bailey, Garry Taylor, John Sorensen, Barry Andres, Richard McKelvie, Ralph Peterson, and Vern Dick.

Standing in the middle row are: Arlene Dewald, teacher Robin Stuart, Janice Umbach, Bill Conley, Wayne Newton, Thomas Earl, Stan Plested, Christa Neldner, Hildegaard Eckert, and Donna Treleaven.

Seated in the front are: Marlene Ensminger, Karen Will, Faye Lyon, Kathleen Shaw, Kathleen Dodds, Janet Ann St. Clair, Rose Watson, Dianne Berdine and Margaret Brown.

Many will be returning for the gala 1961 grad class 50th reunion on Sept.17 and 18.

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