Class of 1958

The St. Clair Class of 1958 came together for a 60th reunion Saturday, Sept. 15. Pictured in the front row, from left, are Darlene DuLany, Evelyn Roller, Bess Reed, Gladys Tapia, Charlotte Hagedorn, Peggy Hoffman, Margaret Inman, Elaine Bruns, Rosemary Stuckenschneider, Mary Vieten, Pauline Lewis and faculty member. Back row, from left, are Mike DuLany, Pat DuLany, Bill Goforth, Allan Lee, Bill Girardier, Wayne Tate, Paul York, Dale Reed, Gary Surdyke, Vern Starks, Bob Reagan, Jim Ealer, and Jim Leroney.

The St. Clair High School Class of 1958 held its 60th class reunion Saturday, Sept. 15, at the KC Hall.

The Daughters of Isabella provided the catering. All who responded were present. The class had 25 deceased members and five did not respond to the invitation.

The theme was “Autumn With the Bulldogs.” Tickets to win the decorations were given to everyone as they entered. At the end of the evening, all of the fall decorations were given to each person who had a winning ticket.

The out-of-state classmates were Dr. and Mrs. Vern Ray Starks, Nordland, Wash.; Rob Reagan Pensacola, Fla.; Henry and Bess Reed, Sand Springs, Okla.; Mike and Darlene Krimmel DuLany, Fyffe, Ala.;

Rosemary and Norman Stuckenschneider, Bonita Springs, Fla.; and Pauline Tate Lewis, former girls PE teacher, former softball and volleyball coach who came from Independence, Kan.

Class sponsor, Mr. Goforth was also present. A great time was enjoyed by all the classmates socializing and turning back the calendar to those memories of the “fabulous ’50s.”