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Rebels reunite
City High class of 1967 celebrates 50 years
City High alumni include, first row, from left, Sheila Smith Bates, Deborah Lentz Glenn, Faye Makepeace Church, Elaine Phillips Neal, Pat Stubblefield McClarren, Peggy Brown Molloy, Cheryl Bottoms Jones, Melinda Ramsey Womack, Lucy Roberts Adcock, Brenda Watson Gourley, Peggie Jennings Moore and Peggy Davis McMurray.Second row, Marlene Horton Jacobs, Cheryl Godwin Falkenberry, Ronnie Elrod, Peggy Smith Henny, Norma Jo Phillips Cox, Barbara Wyatt Cook, Hattie Taylor Wood, Lennie Smith Kesey, Theresa Hobbs Durham, Sandra Womack Malone and Danny Phifer. Third row, Shirley Louise Dixon Martin, Andy Dean, Patti Womack Clarke, Tommy Clarke, Mike McMurray, Melinda Moore Cooper, Wayne McNeal, Kenneth Couch, Joel Evans and Leonard Snodgrass. On stage, Teresa Mullican Hennessee, Barbara Herriman Solomon, Linda Cox Evans, Wayne King, Ricky Bryant, Linda Boyd Hillis, Paul Davenport, Barry Medley, Carol Womack Chambers, James Bennett, Sharon Parker Burbage, Janice Cope Hyder, Gayle Cantrell Croyle, Janice Stiles Kelsey, Quieta Warren Roberts, Sue Burks Johnson and Paul Matheney. Present at reunion, but absent from photo: Leigh Colvard Moore and Bill Studer.
For many, 50 years seems like a long time – for others not so much. Graduates of McMinnville City High 1967 class celebrated their 50-year reunion recently with a stroll down memory lane at the Park Theater. Barry Medley served as the master of ceremonies, transporting the 56 classmates in attendance through an imaginary time machine.