The Washington Times-Herald


August 15, 2013

Epsom reunion at Community Center

Graduates and classmates of Epsom High School met Aug. 10 at the Washington Community Building.

Several came early for the continental breakfast and jump start on visiting. Lunch was served at noon. President Darrell Stoll conducted the business meeting honoring the class of 1963 which was the last graduating class of the school before it closed. Graduates present from the class of 1963 told of their life happenings since graduating 50 years ago. Also Wilma Day Eagle from the class of 1936, now residing in Kentucky, and Helen Day Alexander from the class of 1938, now residing in Florida, were recognized. A memorial service was held for the 10 graduates who had passed away since last year’s reunion. The minutes were read and the financial report was handed out.

Those attending were Wilma Day Eagle, Helen Day Alexander, Ray O. and Martha Hart, Ralph and Margaret Hart Dailey, Amos and Lily Mae Wittmer, Rosa Wittmer Graber, Raymond and Vera Bush, Isaac, Marilyn Hart Scott and guests Patty and Steve Shorter, Ray Holstine, Arthur and Lydia Stoll, William and Virginia Mangin, Hazel Burton Reed and guest Brenda Spaulding, Eleanor Myers Johnston and daughter, Marla Kammyer, Frank Arney, Anna Mae Holstine Andrick, Ed and Joannne Schrock, Helen Christenberry Pappas, Richard and Phyllis Burkhart, Karen Osmon Rehrman, Fred and Janet Hart, James and Carol Myers Britton, Patrick and Jeanette O’Brian, Richard and Mary Woodruff, Jerry and Barbara Hart Myers, Jerry and Eleanor Lawyer, Maurice and Diane Terhune, Edwin Leroy and Mary Lou Myers Padgett, Opal Burton Miles, Bernie and Linda Chestnut Osmon, Leroy and Jill Holstine, Helen Ann and Don Wade, Versie Holstine Hamilton, David and Marjorie Scott Cox, Richard and Marilyn Scott Bratton, Shirley Stoll, Jerry and Rita Chestnut Hawkins, Ben and Toni Osmon, Ivan and Charlette Long, Dave Baker, Lary and Sharon Slaven Ducharme, Leroy and Betsy Hedden Sims, Leah Ferguson Layton, Reba Boyd Wooden, Ron and Genie Bowers, Rose Marie Wade Clark, Bill and Ada Gainey Fiscus, Darrell and Fran Stoll, Charles and Dorothy Wade O’Connor, Mary Wilson Denneau, Verlin and Leoka Stuffel Arney, Phyllis Lankaster Pennington, Roger and Leona Gainey Boyd, Jeanie Wagler Kemp and Corine Miller, Martin and Carol Knepp Graber, Jerome and Rosemary Graber, Jean Ryan Clark, Ann Ryan Miller, Richard Fidler, Mike and Rose Ann Ryan Morris, Terry and Diana Slaven Hall, Gary and Frances Lankaster Loagan, Henry Cox, Mary Alice Lundergan Hardy, Willis Wagler, Eugene Stoll, Janet Boyd Nowling and guest Vonda Frohman, Robert and Della Gainey Benefiel and former teacher John D. Hasler. Others joining to visit were Carol Gainey Nugent, Alvena Graber Knepp, Johnny Wagler and Betty Graber Wagler.

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