|Reunion of Robinson Springs School class of 1958|
|Written by News Desk|
|Thursday, 10 July 2014 08:49|
The 1958 9th grade graduating class from Robinson Springs School recently held a reunion at Billy and Jane Brooks home.
Class members attending were (L-R in photo back row): Loretta Brown (Truman) Ingram, Sandra Langston, Jean Rae Holliday (Carl) Cobb, Norma Sullivan (Gene) Jones, Jane Graff Brooks and Billy Brooks (front row) Elaine Jenkins (Cletis) Turner, Dorothy Wood Hudson, Diane Hicks (Carl) Lewis, Patricia Lumley (Bruce) Brewer.
Guests from other graduating classes were: Barbara Adams (Fred) Housechild, Gene (Velma) Gober, Tommy Sparks, Spencer D. (Harriet) Swan, Fales (Susan) Gober, Sherry Swan (Bill) Curtis, Syble Wood Farr, Ann Franklin Marashimo, Mary Hall Massey.
-Special to The Indy
|Last Updated on Thursday, 10 July 2014 08:50|
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