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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Bob Osborn  10/7
•   Louis Self  8/31
•   Adelyn Scott (Scott)  8/19
•   James (Jim) Jantz  8/7
•   Susan Cain (Owens)  8/5
•   Joyce Klassen (Salisbury)  8/3
•   Carol Decker (Fiedler)  5/7
•   Bob Cravens  11/13
•   Pat O'Bryan  11/12
•   Janice Hall (Bair)  10/21
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

7 live in Arizona
2 live in Arkansas
7 live in California
11 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
2 live in Florida
1 lives in Hawaii
2 live in Illinois
2 live in Indiana
61 live in Kansas
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Minnesota
6 live in Missouri
3 live in Nevada
4 live in New Mexico
4 live in Oklahoma
1 lives in Oregon
2 live in Pennsylvania
2 live in Tennessee
11 live in Texas
2 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
25 location unknown

MISSING CLASSMATES


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60th Reunion Announcement

Dear Classmates

The decision has been made to cancel our 60th reunion this October, 2020.

Tentatively there are plans for a 61st Reunion next October, 2021. The date is again planned to coincide with Bethel’s Fall Festival.

Bethel Alumni has some on-campus and virtual events planned for Fall Festival this year. So if you still want to enjoy an “Octoberfest -Newton trip,” check out their website for details.

https://www.bethelks.edu/alumni/events/fall-festival

Some of you may have become proficient with Zoom or FaceTime get -togethers over the past 6 months. Don’t hesitate to initiate get-togethers on your own, with classmates. If you’d like to have help, please let me know. I’m good at the basics, and Al can help with any complicated questions, I’m sure!

Let’s all stay safe, sane and kind.

Joyce Salisbury

 


Interested in History?

Here is a link to a brief history of Newton Schools from the 1880's to 1950. The Harvey County Historical Museum prepared this history. 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW


Verda Wagoner Byrd's Amazing Story 

Recently Ed Nordstrom sent us a link to a story on People magazine's web site about our classmate Verda Byrd (Wagoner).  It is an amazing story about an adopted child's life.  Click on this link to read the article...  http://www.people.com/article/texas-black-woman-discovers-shes-white

 

 


Girl Scout Troop 2 in 1952

The girls held a tea for their mothers at the Gas Company show room on W 6th St.

We have identified the following:   Carol Lee Decker, Susan Walton, Karen George, Delores Richmond, Phyllis Ikerd, Joan Andres~Back row, Carol Jean Logan, Jackie King, Carol Sue Cobb (peeking over Jackie's shoulder), Barbara Burnner, Mary Miller, Kay Hanna, Shirley Sharp. Karen George Dawe remembers that Phyllis Kaye Hawkins is one of the girls on the back row and Carol McNolty was in the troop.  Thanks Karen.  If any others have information or stories about Troop 2 let us know.


DO YOU REMEMBER THESE STORES? 

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