CLASS OF '65 - Front Row: Bonnie Barnes Brown, Martha Wilson Haddox, Joyce Ball Fitzwater, JoAnn Kelley Molessa, Terry Snider Harris;
Back Row: Linda Murphy Blair, Ron Blankenship, John Vannoy, Carroll Dean Weekley, Peggy Hall Klemick, Nancy Bailess Taylor, Joe Tingler
(Present but not in photo: Helen Morrison Irvine and Roger Propst)
The CHS Class of 1965 reunited over the weekend.
1965 will be remembered for the rise of the mini-skirt, the coming of the skateboard, and Timothy Leary advising young people to "Turn on, tune in, drop out."
In '65, you could drive away in a brand new 4-door Ford Meteor, sticker priced at $3,175, or buy a newspaper for ten cents.
Soldiers were being drafted for the Vietnam War and the Beatles made their second movie and toured the USA.
Class of '65 members visiting the Family History Center Museum
in Grantsville: Helen Morrison Irvine, Joyce Ball Fitzwater,
Ron Blankenship, Peggy Hall Klemick and Terry Snider Harris