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HHS Class of 1957 holds 55th-year reunion
Thursday, November 8, 2012 8:13 AM
The Huntington High School Class of 1957 held its 55-year reunion on Oct. 20. Thirty of the 135 graduates attended the events.
The reunion opened with a cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chalfant.
A golf outing was held at Norwood Golf Club, with the team of Walt Hunnicutt, Scott Hosler, Dick Chalfant and Clark Dippell winning the contest. Stan Bippus had the longest drive and Clark Dippell was closest to the pin. Steve Bitner served as sergeant at arms to make sure all scores and events were conducted properly.
Following the golf outing, a luncheon was held at Nick's Kitchen.
The main reunion event was a dinner at the Moose Lodge in Huntington. Harold Campbell gave the invocation. Mark Cozad paid tribute to 21 deceased classmates and Floyd Maxton played "Amazing Grace" on the bagpipes.
Chalfant, the reunion host, recognized Ruth Fahrnow Stoeckley for her leadership in coordinating many of the events and Scott Hosler for his organization efforts with the golf outing.
The reunion committee will meet at Chalfant's home on Nov. 15 to discuss any future reunions. Any member of the class is invited to attend the meeting.
Complete caption: The Huntington High School Class of 1957 held its 55-year reunion on Oct. 20. Those in attendance included (front row from left) Larry Handwork, Ruth Fahrnow Stoeckley, Sue Sherer Lewis, Carol Smith Dinius and Donna Trout; (second row from left) Steve Bitner, Stan Bippus, Edith “Ede” Winterholter Thompson, Sue Keifer Baker, Jane Guhl Doehrmann, Doris Story Mitchell, Betty Fry Runion, Dede Williams Sherman and Jarold Brown; (third row from left) Don Bosh, Larry Zahm, Jim Gordon, Bob Maxton, “Whity” Maxton, Mark Cozad and Harold Campbell; and (fourth row from left) Clark Dippell, Don Passwater, Glenn Haneline, Lee Baker, Walt Hunnicutt, Dick Chalfant, Nello Williams, Blain Kauffman and Scott Hosler.