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Fike's first graduating class reunites

Posted 6/27/19

The first graduates of Ralph L. Fike High School, class of 1959, held their 60th reunion June 8 at Something Different. Pictured on the first row from left are Jim Horton, Ann Holloman Braswell, …

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Fike's first graduating class reunites

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The first graduates of Ralph L. Fike High School, class of 1959, held their 60th reunion June 8 at Something Different. Pictured on the first row from left are Jim Horton, Ann Holloman Braswell, Janice Johnson Barbour, Jean Bass DePrinzio, Joan Hayes Lytle, Linda Poythress Totten, Ben Forbes, Patricia Elmore Horne, Janet Croom Robbins, Dee Ann Webb Arens, Sandra Webb Luper, Walter Brown and Maggie Williams Lamm. In the second row from left are Wilma Owens Ritter, Judy Williams Braswell, Carolyn Butts Forbes, Christy Barnes Gould, Eddie Gould, Lynda O'Neal Markawitz, Tommy Barnes, Mary Lee Deans Jones, Joy Belle Ellis Finch, Judy Cope Earp, Todd Flowers and Patricia Walsh Brown. In the third row from left are Harold Eatmon, Linda Ritter Brewer, Barbara Boykin Rhodes, Donna Faye Howell Fountain, Linda Gardner Jobe, Betsy Baker Winborne, Lucien Stark, Harriet Moore Page, Anne Mclver Miller, Becky White Wells, Billy Ray Raper, Hilda Winstead Johnson, Pat Walston Langley, Sadie Bass Bridgers, Peggy Williams Barnes, Dorothy Raper Turnage, Frances Watson Vick, Rose Evans Sutton and Stanley Morris. In the fourth row from left are Gordon "Smokey" Brewer, Jerold Flowers, Sam Lovelace, Bill Ward, Rhett Honeycutt, Tommy High, Mickey Driver, Lonnie Edwards, Susan Everette Williamson, Tommy Stott, Bill Harvey, Louis Heeden, Louis Barnes, Tom Bridgers and Matilda Dew Phillips.  

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