PCHS class of 1945 holds reunion


Provided photo Standing, from left: Ted Gray, Betty Westfall Hunt, Opal Rhoades Holfinger, Bill Carter, Vernon Post, Rhoma VanDe Mark Berlin, and Margaret Tamplin Tilton. Seated: Richard Sims, Maxine Lange Orr, Richard Bridgman, Nancy Cramer Beckman, Gladys Gantt Grivy, Margaret DeWeese Coffing Suber, Richard Clawson, Belva Draving Black, and Charles Black.


PIQUA — Sixteen class members and eight relatives gathered for lunch at the Piqua Country Club Friday, Sept. 18 in the President’s Room of the Piqua Country Club.

A picture of the class members was taken by Mike Underwood. Vernon Post returned grace before the meal at 1 p.m. Dorothy Post played tunes on the piano from the World War II era during part of the meal and a few songs for the for the group to sing later. Chuck Black on his harmonica and Vernon Post at the piano played for the group to sing Piqua’s alma mater and the fight song.

Dick Bridgman gave a presentation of “A Good Man is Hard to Find.”

Some told amusing stories of happenings during their high school days. All had a good time catching up on events of the 70 years since graduation.

Provided photo Standing, from left: Ted Gray, Betty Westfall Hunt, Opal Rhoades Holfinger, Bill Carter, Vernon Post, Rhoma VanDe Mark Berlin, and Margaret Tamplin Tilton. Seated: Richard Sims, Maxine Lange Orr, Richard Bridgman, Nancy Cramer Beckman, Gladys Gantt Grivy, Margaret DeWeese Coffing Suber, Richard Clawson, Belva Draving Black, and Charles Black.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_PCHS-Class-of-1945.jpgProvided photo Standing, from left: Ted Gray, Betty Westfall Hunt, Opal Rhoades Holfinger, Bill Carter, Vernon Post, Rhoma VanDe Mark Berlin, and Margaret Tamplin Tilton. Seated: Richard Sims, Maxine Lange Orr, Richard Bridgman, Nancy Cramer Beckman, Gladys Gantt Grivy, Margaret DeWeese Coffing Suber, Richard Clawson, Belva Draving Black, and Charles Black.
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