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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Deanna Marshall (McInroy-Francis)  3/26
•   Bill Rizer  3/26
•   Jean Danker (Leonard)  3/2
•   Ken Greeno  8/17
•   Bobbi Zook (Dorsey)  2/22
•   Carol Cepel (Daly)  6/28
•   Sharon Kreutzer (Neben)  12/18
•   Archie Holoubeck  3/19
•   Lynn Miller  3/12
•   Steve O'Brien  12/7
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


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1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
3 live in Arizona
6 live in California
11 live in Colorado
3 live in Florida
1 lives in Idaho
2 live in Illinois
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Iowa
2 live in Kansas
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Michigan
4 live in Missouri
51 live in Nebraska
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in North Carolina
1 lives in North Dakota
2 live in Ohio
3 live in Oregon
1 lives in South Dakota
6 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
2 live in Virginia
1 lives in Wisconsin
2 live in Wyoming
4 location unknown
46 are deceased

UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Deanna Marshall (McInroy-Francis)  8/31
•   Jeanette Muldoon (Eckout)  8/31
•   Dick Williams  9/6
•   Marlin Anderson  9/8
•   Loy Leonard (Main)  9/18

MISSING CLASSMATES


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ANNOUNCEMENTS

A concern has been expressed about our deceased class members.

Just a note for information about the website.

As you check into the website, look on the left side, scroll down

One of the items in the list is  "In Memory"

Click on the line and you will see all deceased members.

If there is a picture of a rose next to a deceased members name, then information about the member is on the website.

Just click on the members name.

 

Anothe note--- If you have additional information about a member, please e-mail me the information and I will put it on the website..  Send me a personal e-mail..lymiller@frontiernet.net

             AUGUST 2017 MORNING BREAKFAST




                          Great Breakfast this morning

Members include: Jim and Loretta Erpelding, Wayne Olson, Richard ( Dick) Williams, Keith Danberg, Sharon Wisch Mason, John and Marge Kauffelt, Archie and Judy Holoubeck, Lori and Steve O'Brien, Gwen Fuqua and Lynn Miller. The Erpeldings came in from Johnson Lake while the Kauffelts came from south of Overton.  Dick Williams came from northwest Missouri.  The other members are all residents of Kearney.

Welcome to the Kearney High School 1958 Website! 

Class members for breakfast  July 1, 2017 at Hy-V..

From left to right:  Lynn Miller, Gwen Fuqua Traxler., hiding behind Gwen is Karen Garrelts, Roger Garrelts,

Wayne Olson, Keith Danberg, Ken Richter and Steve O'brien..Some discussion about our 60th Class reunion in September of 2018..

Look familiar? Undated photo of a unique historic building that should have been preserved instead of demolished!

Some interesting information about our class webpage.

Almost 40% of our class have become members of the website and placed something about themselves on the site.  As of today  08/20/2017 the site has been hit  64,490 times since 11/02/2008.

WHAT A SPECIAL CLASS YOU BELONG TOO !

    Kearney High School  2011 The way it is now

 

The Cats are coming construction site sign. .

 

This is a picture of the new Kearney High School.  Looking west- Street on right side of picture is west 11th street.  The road on the west side is south 30th Avenue.  Please thank Dan Spellman for the photo..Archie's son-in-law.

Do any of you have announcements, such as surgeries, brag events, trips,pictures etc or gossip (preferably true) that we could add to this site.  Or just a "Hi I'm still alive" will do. .We have a lot of classmates and others looking each week and need some new news. 

Thanks- Archie and Lynn

This website allows Classmates to submit Announcements (all Classmate-submitted Announcements are added in an inactive state and must be activated by an Administrator)

If you are looking for something to do go to "In Memory" and leave some kind words for some of our classmates who have none !

   
   

55 Years Ago — 1958

The price of gasoline dropped 3 more cents in Kearney’s on-again, off-again 4-month-old gas war. Dec. 18, regular grade gasoline was selling at 23.9 cents per gallon at most major outlet service stations. The price at some independent stations was 21.9 cents.

Although the new Kearney High School will not be ready for use until sometime in 1960, it already has had one temporary occupant. Construction workers recently discovered that a mink had taken up quarters in the utility tunnel, which will connect the five units of the school. The mink was soon captured, and one of the workers took the animal home.

This Week in History is compiled from Hub files by News Clerk Tammy Eaton. 

 

   

   PICTURES WORTH REPEATING !

Dave Marshall the quiet one .

Grandkid looking .

 

Karen Vogt says these guys are full of it!

 

Roger Garrelts

The odd couple ! Keith Danburg and  Linda Hohnholt Bramer

Now there is a pair ! Sharon Wisch Mason and Wayne Olson

Name the gal in blue! Brenda Gibbons Oliver

Four 58'ers catching up!

 

A cruise nite sight that is very rare anywhere!  All in the same "stuck in 58  " family 

Is that a silly grin or what ? Keith Danburg  

Oh I pray this breakfast will end soon! Linda Hohnholt  Bramer

John Kauffelt ,The class playboy ! Fast cars ,motorcycles etc. Marge get a grip on this hooligan !

 

 

 

Sweet looking gal ! Deanna Marshall

These two together are trouble!

Betty Heiliger hitting the bottle ! (milk)

 Smallcomb says thats the way the way it was!

 

Viagra and depends for Olsons birthday! 

Yours truly

Sharon Mason ,what a glamorous smile !

Gwen deep in thought!

Hasty man!

Joan winking at Archie, Wayne, Jim and Keith.

Jim Erpelding and better half !

 

The dapper undertaker has arrived !

Sharon and her love potion no. 9 ! Works every time !

  

And the 58 class breakfasts keep rolling along ; gray hair ,wrinkles and all ! Live long and well 58ers !

   Kearney High School  2011 The way it is now

 

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