Remember When? Shown here are the surviving members of the Ponoka High School Graduation class of 1948, who will gather together on Saturday, June 9 to celebrate their 70 year Reunion from 2 to 5 p.m. Shown in the back from left to right are: Harold Gordanier, Ron Mayled, Dr. John Graham, and Don MacLeod; in the front row is: Evelyn Harris (Rodney), Bertha Santee (Courser), Verna Cerveny (Raycraft), Jessie Curtis (Vieaux), and Lois Liddell (Stephenson). In the inset on the bottom from left to right are class-mates: Barbara Hinkley (Patterson) (top), Flora Park (Stowell), Joyce Bednar (Hagemann), June Kroening (Whitman), Bert Swanson, and Jean Gordon (Sparks). Photo submitted

Remember When: Ponoka’s surviving members of grad 1948 prepare for 70th reunion

The group of 1948 graduates look forward to 70th reunion festivities at the Ponoka Legion June 9

The group of 1948 graduates look forward to 70th reunion festivities at the Ponoka Legion June 9

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