28 June 2001
14 May 2013
CLASS OF 1955
Click here for CLASS OF 1955 SENIOR TRIP
2005 Reunion pics
click here for 2005 reunion pictures from Cliff
click here for 2005 reunion pictures from Nancy
(click on all pics to enlarge)
and here's a picture of some of the
group that hung around Sunday for more visiting at the Best Western in El Reno.
We had some leave early, and some arrived later. We
took this pic before Zee had to catch a plane. Robert Miller arrived after
Carlene and Marvin Sanders left.
Lawd lawd!!!!! The tales that Cliff told, especially after most oft the
rest left, and it was just Cliff, Bob C., Robert M., and Marvin W.!!!!
I think everyone truly enjoyed getting back together after
50 years. I know I did.
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Here's some more random "stuff"
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|Class of 1955 boys.
This is probably the 5th grade, but
possibly the 6th.
Duplicate pictures were provided to each boy by David's parents.
David was the Baptist preacher's son.
Front: David ?, Duane/Robert/Bob/Sonny/Whatever
Back: Marvin Woodworth, Jerold Barnard, Ray Ventris, Ross "Cappy"
Burchfield, Ron Merritt, Cliff Barnard
|Early 1951, 8th grade, spring semester. We had just moved
from the partitioned auditorium to the new grade school building.
And Mr. ? was telling us "You're just about at the end of your
The roof of the lunch room is barely visible
between the high school and grade school. The lunch room
was the former Beaver Creek school house from NE of town.
The 2nd story of the old grade school had been recently lopped
From the May 22, 1955 Chickasha Express:
Zee Bryant in her working days
Cliff Barnard and older brother Thomas
Carlene and Marvin on their 50th wedding anniversary
Jane Hiskett Foreman in the 8th grade. (Teachers
plotting against us in the background.)
There are more of our special fraternal order that for various reasons went
in our senior year, but have always remained a part of
the "The Class of 1955".
Here are pages from the Junior year book of our people.
For our senior pics, see
And sadly, we have had twelve from our exclusive "Class of
1959" club depart
Departed ... but definitely not forgotten: