Georgiana High classes hold 13th reunion

Published 12:00 am Monday, August 9, 2004

Members of the Classes of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s and Friends of Georgiana High School attended the 13th Reunion at the Nutrition Center in Georgiana on June 5, 2004.

They enjoyed an afternoon spent remembering their younger days spent with &uot;old&uot; friends, talking about the good old days growing up in the small town of Georgiana and attending school there, their teachers, telling about our smart children, grandchildren and even great grandchildren. There were pictures displayed of sport scenes, classmates and how Georgiana looked when they were growing up.

The food tables were covered in white cloths and centered with arrangements of pastel silk flowers. The registry table held an arrangement of fresh blue hydrangeas and yellow calla lilies.

An array of food was enjoyed during the afternoon. They ate sandwiches made of cucumber, chicken salad, ham, turkey and pimento cheese.

A variety of desserts included cakes made of coconut, caramel, chocolate pound, and lemon cheese.

Candies included fudge, apple tarts and various trays of fruit and vegetables. Fudge candy, the world famous apple tarts, fruit and vegetable trays and much more.

Those attending from Florida were: James Gorum, Dr. Shelton Pinkerton, Dorothy G. Duke, Mae Barrinean and Betty Martin, Emily Joyner, Betty S. Thompson, Max Wright, Pat and Peggy Sellers, Morris and Mary Frances Middleton, Ralph and Karleen Demargin, Jack & Jean Lee.

Mike Williams visited from Texas.

Randy & Sandy Morris attended from California. Dot and Carlyle Sparkman attended from Louisiana. Shirley Hastings and Hamp and Tinkey Cook attended from Mississippi.

Alabama residents in attendance included:

Fran Williams, Edith Hicks, Mary Claire and Haywood Sellers, Charles and Mary Enzor, Ray and Brenda Blackburn, Mary E. Smith,

Ray and Myrtis Enfinger, Ennis and Julie Sellers, Lora Dean White, Frances Hodge, Leo and Charmane Spann and J.D. and Grace Kelley, Vernon Harrison, Bobbie and Tom Gandy, Hattie Scruggs,

Janice Smith, David and Shirley Mclnvale, Cecil and Ollie Brown,Y. Watson, Joyce Taft, Alvin Booker, Bobby and Sylvia Taylor, Rudy and Shirley McCrory, Doris Solomon, Price and Barbara Jones, Frances and Gerald Benson, Allen Stephenson and C.D. and Carolyn Walters, Mary Ann Hendley, Young Rainer, Mary Dunning, Bobby and Patricia Sirmon.

Other Alabama attendees were: Earl Williams, Jennie and Lee Boone, Shelby Blackerby, Murphy and Eleanor Shell, Gary Beckler, Frances and Carl Robinson, Billy Dean, Helen B. Brantley, Wilo and Melvin Brown, Bobby Parmer, Clayton Joyner, Spencer Burkett, Betty Waldrop,

Willie Bush, Johnny Gruenwald, Charles Joyner, Steve Williams, Betty Langham, K.P. Morgan, Juanita and Lenny Beckler, Manuel Burkett, Janell and Harold Powell, Jerry Compton, Mary Agnes Hicks, Bryant Blackmon, Carrie Lee and Arthur Ray Norsworthy, Sybel Parker, Frances Mixon, Marcie Holley, James & Pauline Lowery.

Girdon Watson, Renford, Merle Dean, Charles Shepherd, Frances Lowery, Jane and Louis Norrell, Mary Elizabeth Wood, Roger Pride, Charles Williams, Hodge, Alma Peck, Anne Black, Ray and Mary Lowe, Dianne Hood, Travis & Jimmie Lou Burkett, Jimmy Taylor, Betsy Waggoner and Rob and Jo Ann Williams, Gary Williams.

The teachers who attended were: Mildred Taylor, Helen Wood and Lenny Beckler all of Georgiana. The Class member of 1935 who attended was Charles Joyner and The Class member of 1936 – Ray Enfinger. The Class of 1954 had the most members in attendance with 14.