These "crazies" are Gail (Wadlin) Joslin, Susan Greenhalgh, and Sandra Emerson. Gail writes, "Tell the teachers not to fret--we turned out OK, have advanced degrees and good jobs!!"John Toole playing a Stage Band solo.Principal Grover MacLaughlin.Jon Langille and Davis Greenwood taking a break from spring track.The Stage Band poses with Mr. Bob Modr.James E. DeRocher, another 1917 graduate.Winter Carnival participants Russ Worrick and Lee Sibley, both Class of 1967.Teenagers weren't getting enough sleep even in the 1950's.Majorettes in formation.Prom festivities.Mrs. Nancy Gilles, longtime Yearbook advisor, and Yearbook staff. The 1992 yearbook was dedicated to Mrs. G. Tim Hatfield and other members of the OHS marching band.Donna Weatherbee marches with the OHS band.Kent Holmes surveys the action on the field.Mr. Larry Griffin, Physics teacher extraordinaire.

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REUNIONS


CLASS OF 1970

Hard to believe but in 2020 it will be 50 years since the Class of 70 graduated from the Halls of O.H.S. Since we are spread all over the place I am starting to HERD ALL THE CATS and getting the word out early. I have worked off the old list from 10 years ago and Facebook and also putting it here. So members of the Class of 70, please contact me at PGetchell1@roadrunner.com with your current postal address and E-mail address, even if it has not changed. Putting together a new list so we can begin the planning in plenty of time.

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