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LHS Class of ’75 celebrates 40th reunion PDF Print E-mail
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Front row floor: Alicia Warden Bird, Liberal; Ellen Pittman Banister, Augusta; Reenie Salley Jackson, Liberal; Brenda Jacobs Neese, Liberal; Casey Carr, Garden City; Shanna Stephens Riley, Paris, Texas; Linda Lara Wettstein, Liberal; Carla Taylor Wilson, Liberal; Charles Calloway, Liberal; David Rine, Liberal; Keith Thomas, Norman, Okla.; Barbara Pace, Liberal; Charla Rahm Grauberger, Deerfield; Monica Randolph Williamson, Houston, Texas; Marian Jenkins Dunlap, Colorado Springs, Colo.;, Gary Pieratt, Liberal; Zina Anderson Hazelton, Wichita; Magalene Baker Wooten, Liberal; Julie Maxwell May, Grandbury, Texas; Kenny Sizemore, Liberal; Barbara Fitzgerald, Liberal; Cathy Coles Richardson, Liberal; Vicky Baker Crosby, Liberal; Brenda Oglesby Bressler, Liberal; LaDonna Holcomb Mongold, Omaha, Neb.; Kay Magner Chaffin, Liberal; Kaylene Ambrosier Freeman, Goddard; Cindy Trahern Trentham, Balko, Okla.; Christy Cooper, Anaheim, Calif.; Teena Chrisenberry Tutt, Seabrook, Texas; Connie Hopkins, Wichita; Iris Huskey, Liberal; Wayne King, Wray, Colo.; Bruce Benton, Choctaw, Okla., Dale Scheuerman, Liberal; Connie Curry Jordan, Liberal; Priscilla Stegman, Moore, Okla.; McPherson; Dan Coleman, Corinth, Texas; Maryetta Unruh Pabody, Quinlan, Texas; Danny Love, Liberal; Mike Dunworth, Topeka; Janelle Browne, Colleyville, Texas; Cyndie Collins Bertrand, Plano, Texas; and Rodney Nix, Liberal. Not pictured: Dennis Riney, Pam French Schartz. Courtesy photo


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Liberal High School class of 1975 hosted its 35th reunion homecoming weekend, Oct. 8, 9 and 10. Forty-six classmates gathered to celebrate. Some enjoyed attending the chili supper before attending the football game against Great Bend. After the game, a registration and visting was held at Liberal Country Club. Saturday morning, some attended a tour of El Rancho Exotica Animal Farm and then decorated at the Quality Inn for Saturday night. Some awards Saturday night were given out for married the longest and most grandkids (Kay Chaffin), traveled fartherest and most changed female (Christy Cooper), most changed male (Bruce Benton), least changed (Dale Scheuerman). The night was spent dancing and visiting, Sunday morning, brunch was at Spencer Browne’s Coffee House.

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