Foley High School - Blue and Gold Yearbook (Foley, AL)
- Class of 1944
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The 1944 graduating
.class of Foley High School
held its first class reunion
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f Holiday Inn. 4
l Activities began at 5 p.m.
1 Saturday with a dinner at 7.
Betty Holk Orrell offi-
cially welcomed everyone
and introduced special
guests Mr. and Mrs. Henry
M. Lyda of Tuscaloosa.
The Rev. Lonnie Owen
requested a moment of
silence followed by prayer
in memory of Charline Ash,
Hazel Callaway, Alma
Hurst, Alberta Krantz,
Celena Moore, Oliver
Moore, Tibbie Norrell,
Evelyn Ross and Eleanor
Wyline Scott Ebert ser-
ved as master of cere-
monies for the humorous
From the original 65
graduates there were 45
It was decided by all to f'
have a second reunion in f
five years. .
MILLER ' I
Mr. .letm Wltmer Mllter-
Prlvete tunerel eervlcee were
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RETURN lN G HOME
JOllN W. lllll.l.ICll, JR.
.lohn YV. Miller of llon Seeour,
was recently promoted to Boats-
wain Mate. first class after serv-
ing 15 months in the Atlantic and
later seeing service in the Pacific.
Miller is one of 3,730 high-
point veterans whom the "Magic
Carpet" is bringing hack to the
States aboard the l'. S. S. Sara-
The U.S.S. Saratoga was sche-
duled to arrive in San Francisco,
Sunday, November IB.
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States he will be sent directly
to the Separation Centers near-
est his home to complete the for-
malities of obtaining his dis-
charge before returning to civil-
llis brother, Arthur, after serv-
ing 13 months as first class radio
operator overseas has returned
to the States and is now stationed
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CLASS OFFICERS '
Vice-President... ...Jean Falrclgth
Secretary ...... ...Doris Underwood
Treesurer... ...Betty Boehm
Class flower... .,,.,, 51351011
Class colors... ....... Blue and white
Class Motto... ...nwork - welt end Winn
Foley School our Alma Mater
To thy praise we'll sing
For ideals so lofty o'er us
To thee we will bring
Love, devotion, truth ond honor
All to which we cling
Foley School our Alma Mater
To thy nraise we'll sing.
Soon our paths will be divided
To our walks through life
Let thy culture stand before us
Guiding throuzh the strife
Should we never return tonether
'Neeth thy shelterlnq wlnq
Foley School our Alma Water
W'er thy praise we'll sins.
BY Bonnie Jeane McDon1ell
and Alice Msrik
nL1sten my children and you shall hear'
The latest lowdown on the Seniors this year
The year sterted out with quite n lerge class
But durinz the year meny things came to pass
I'll do my best to explain lt, you see
But if the facts aren't quite stralmht,
please don't blame me.
Our President ls Cliff, so with him I'll
Charlene says he's l-A in her heart.
Vice-president, Jean, and that rhymes with
I'm sure that the Seniors will knoulwhst I
And then our Secretary who is Doris U.
3he's one of our favorltles, and Shelby, too!
Then there's Miriam, our tall brown eyed gel
The swelleet of sports and everyone's pal
Of the Benton family we have two
Nermle end Llzsle ere cute blondes too!
Cur Trensnrer who is sweet Betty Boehm
Skips thru' the days 'cause life ls a game
Does Eva get eround? We'd sure like to know
we wonder and wonder. She wnn'+ tell ug tho'
Lillie is our dilly with the blond plq tails
And over our class her sunny smile prevails
We had three Cnllnwnys at the first of the
But our qlrl Jeen is no lonqer here
Tell. hendsome, John Boros, a class Romeo
Wes oelled by our Uncle end so had to go
The some with Bob Engel, our little blond
But we really are hoping we'll soon meet
Doyle has the oil it takes for smooth talk
And when he goes by, mirls, watch his cute
A noise-making lad ls our Arthur Holk
we cell him NUnab1eN just for a joke
Alma had to leave since our Uncle saw flt
To take him away. We really hated lt
I guess you all know our pal nL1ttle Joen
A Pilgrim by name, Occupation - Romeo
Nolan's in the Navy and stationed nearby
Are we glad he's around? An emphatic Aye Ay
George is our lad with the brawny frame
Goes for all sports but baseball's his game
A popular attraction was young Barney Schenk
Considering his smile, girls, what do you
Bette's always ready with her knowledge of
And besides all that, the gal has looks
Amelia likes to argue 'bout 'most anything
She also likes to dance with lots of swing
Lovey's tops with sailors, especially one
And when they play Boogie Woogie Lovey's
Ophelia has a sailor with everything
That is to say, all but his ring
For he gave lt to her to keep for life
In other words, she's going to be his wife
John Honlg likes the girls at Robertsdale
But this ls a fact, not a Shakespeare tale
John Lee for instance, who's a whiz at math
Is as good at Geometry as he is with the bat
While at school James Plash gave his heart
to a girl as you can well see
But now he's in the Navy sailing the seven
Joe Salzman and Celena Moore once a cute
But now her heart belongs to--well you know
Harold Walters, a freckled faced and red
Now serves his Uncle, and left a little girl
Alice Steadham, our Shakespeare of the class
Made a very good looking lass
Wyllne Scott, who now wears a uniform of
would make being sick a pleasant delight
Eleanor Soesbe whose heart belonqs--not to
You guessed it--to a wacky in khaki laddle
Jean York and Gladys Long, one tall and one
Have the prettiest blonde hair this side of
While Era Mae Davis and Rita Moore
Are the darkest senorltas this side of the
Petty Holk, with her sophisticated airs
The hardest lad to get and yet wins romance
while Alberta Krantz the outdoor airl of
Is qood in tennis and has a tricky back-hand
The qlrl who can sing and make you dream
Is the Sinatra of our class--Bonnie Jeane
Alvlna Reber can play a piano well
While practicing, sets the clock up and waits
for the bell
Katherine has a sailor and she's no fool
Keeps him near at hand, even at school
Hozella is a would-be-nurse with lots of
I'll take this opportunity to wish her lots
Floy is our cutie with a voice like a bird
She slnqs the sweetest music you've ever
Myrtle M. settled her account
Now she's Mrs. Hobert MOUNT?
Now Alice Marlk is a very qood pal
And we have learned she's an all around aal
A :zood basketball player 13 GHYU911 ROSS
Ngxt year Foley Hlzh will learn of its loss
Doris Pharrls and Helen Drake '
Married aals and can't even bake.
Hear about Hilda? I s'a.V Old Tavvv
Rides around in a tin jalopy
A wlnsome lass 1s Tlbble N.
About the Senior Class--that's all my friend
There are some Senior II's who really
can take it
They're trying to graduate. we hope they
They persevered and d1dn't get stuck
So to them we say, Best of Luck
And now I come to the end of my story
May the Seniors go down in a blaze of glory!
Let us look into the crystal ball and see
what the future has brought forth for this
Senior Class. The year is l95U, the scene
various parts of the world. we see Arthur Holk
sltthglqnat the late hours of the night
studying, yes, but at a closer glance, we see
he is studying for a blood test which he has to
take at his local board, under the fine super-
vision of Doyle Griffiths, among his latest
draftees we find Joe Pilgrim and Joe Salzman.
In quick glances we now locate the Book Worm
Shop, where Bette Stuart is the manager and one
of her daily customers we find Hazel Callaway.
Doris Underwood is secretary to the President
of course, no other than Shelby Brooks. Nice
team. George Underwood who is a tough Army re-
cruiting officer just gave a hearty welcome to
his latest rookie, Marjorie Benton.
Eleanor Soesbe has married her soldier boy
friend and finds lt much cheaper than buying
postage stamps. ,
Time out for a soda or a cola and here at
the corner drug store we find Gladys Long and
Ophelia Smith jerking sodas while Amelia Smith
Lavula Stewart is now the main hostess at
the Stage Door Canteen in Hollywood and has as
her assistant, Rita Moore, who runs the bus
for service men. Touring the various Army
camps and stations we spy Floy Lewis. Mlldfed
Callaway, and Bonnie Jeane McDon1ell singing
for the boys.
Alvlna Haber has taken Hazel Scott's place
in the world of piano.
Charllne Ash spends most of her time help-
ing take care of her cousins in kindergarten
and her husband, Clifford Lewis who is a
Betty Holk is found in Paris shoppinm for
a new hat with her English husband.
At Lockheed Airline Factory we see Alberta
Krantz, Katherine Gllly and Lillie Bruhn, being
nBos1e the Rivetern. Rozells Holman is now
an airline hostess.
Jean Faircloth is head of the Student
Council at Ncntevallo and Alice Marlk is
studying mathematics in Chicago.
we see Jean York at the control of a giant
Greyhound and among her many passenqers we find
Era Mae Davis, an English teacher aolnq to
Celena Moore is happily married to a farmer.
Eva Brice has just won the title of pin-up
girl of Summerdale and among the judges we see
Tlbble Norrell and Miriam Abernathy.
At the New York Stadium we find Gaynell Ross
playing with the world's best basketball team.
Hilda d. is now a regular globetrotter, she
follows her husband, an Ensign, from place to
Doris Pharris is now a lecturer and we are
just ln time to see her speaking to a group of
old maids on nhow to Get Your Mann and we find
Alice Steadham sitting on the first row.
John Lee just landed his privately owned
SNJ on the main street of Berlin and back in
the states John Honlq is sittlnq ln the middle
of a Dotato Patch watching his potatoes Qrow.
Elizabeth Benton is now qlving her spare
time to desivnlnc Zoot suits ln New York.
Betty Boehm has won her Sailor boyfr1end's
heart by her swell cooking.
A dark ascended over the ball and Oh' Yeah
we see a fine Qroup of intelligent-looklnq
students ready for commencement.
Bette Stuart wills her knowledge of books to
Nina McCallister who reads so much at home she
doesn't have time to come to school.
Amelia Smith wills her summer school grades
toEBeth Hill, she may need them.
leanor Soesbe wills her correspondence with a
certain Army Camp to Jullia Donaldson, and she
certainly knows her camps.
Luvula Stewart wills her sailors to Zole Hastings,
Foley's future Omomph Girl, and a good luck to
Doris Underwood wills her possibilites in Shorthand
to Carlos Lee who likes little figures.
Jean York wills her pretty blonde hair to Helen
Draime who has it and doesn't need any more.
Ophelia Smith wills her art of sleeping late ln
the mornings to Marie Rhodes, the get-up and
get -Out girl.
Era Mae Davis wills her cold hands and warm heart
to Harvey Holk and he'll be able to use both.
Miriam Abernethy wills her lipstick to Devona
Boone and tells her it's absolutely and positively
Marjories Benton wills her correctness in
Bookkeeping to Rachel Franklin who likes numbers
dressed in blue.
Ellzabet Benton wills her sweet personality to
Donnavee Burrus and we recommend the Hollywood
Schoold of Charm.
Betty Boehm wills all the class debts that she
couldn't settle to Adrian Swanstrom and Adrian
needs something to keep him busy.
Eva Brice wills her feather bob to Elsie Orth.
They're both blondes.
Hazel Callaway wills her ability to make eyes
to Dorothy Waters and Dorothy don't take all your
advice from Leona Parker.
Mickey Callaway wills her ability to roll hair
to Leona Parker, the bombasting blonde bomber.
Jean Faircloth wills her theme writing ability
to Billy Sundie whose writing suggests food---
Katherine Gilly wills her bus riding sailor to
Vera Gruner-but not willingly.
Betty Holk wills her sophistication to Wilber
Lee Willis whose walk swoons the girls when he passes
wills her quiet ways to Betty Ann
Morrill who really needs a big stick to keep the
wills her short legs to Howard
Bretz so that he'll be better equipped to dodge
the draft next year.
Bonnie Jean McDonniel wills her wolverine
qualities to Clara Kichler who has a bashful beau.
Floy Lewis wills her ability to sing like a bird
to donald Hirz who quakes like a duck.
Gladys Long wills her promptness to class to
Charles Rhodes who lumbers in any old time and
smiles about it serenely.
Doris Pharris wills her ability to get a man
before leap year
much of a line.
Schwartz! a good
Elberta J .
Harrison who has
to Lillian Letz who has too
wills her acting ability to Elsie
many popular actresses come from
wills her poetic ways to Earnest
nice earnest looking eyes.
Alice Marik wills her position as president of
the Student Council to Marshall Koehler, the boy
with the brain.
Hilda Rindfleisch wills her way with the Cadets
to Esther Zantop
who has her way.
Charlene Ash wills the power to win the attention
of the most important class president in the school
the minute she steps ln to whomever needs it.
Gaynell Ross wills her ability in basket-ball to
Vera Noltensmier-one of the afore-mentioned
actress from Elberta.
Norita Moore wills her car with plenty of gas
to George Boyles
who has a Jane.
Tibbie Norrell wills her giggles to India Prince
who laughs up her sleeve.
Alvina Raber wills her piano playing to Carlos
Leutner whose hands sometime come in handy.
John Lee wills his curly hair to Kenneth Klug
whose permanent wave needsresettlng.
Doyle Griffiths wills his blushing in Economics
class to Junior Shepherd, the romancing figure in
need of color technique.
John Honig wills his gruff voice to Billy Averitt
who is always seen and not heard.
Joe Salzman wills his Englis5workbook that
doesn't have a mark in it to Jack Holman who marks
Joe Pilgrim wills his loud speaker to Eugene Lewis
who needione to make his broadcasting more effective
George Underwood wills his dating time to Bill
Calvin who needs more time for his datess
Clifford Lewis wills his dancing ability to Herman
Baumann- the Fred Astaire.
Shelby Brooks wills his skill to shoot pool to
Jimmy Suarez who likes to shoot the bull.
To Wilhelmina, Clara, Marie, Doroth and Ima,
along with various and sundry others, we leave
the hope that they graduate with us this year
and here's LUCK.
WE REMEMBER THESEggg
Charline Ash Oliver Moore
Hazel Callaway Tibbie Norrell
Alma Hurst Evelyn Ross
Alberta Krantz Eleanor Pearl Soesbe
Mrs. Jeanne N. Barlow
1 Mr. A.B. fGusl Kennedy
Bla. AQBQTT Harlan, 13.0. I-ex 212, Lillian,
AL 35549 419791
Juanita ABBOTT Gmuwfr, Star Xt. Der 609,
Yerdldo Bench, AL 35530: I WWFTQCU gichard
lsauger. No ehlldren. I am e Homemaker.
Nlrlem ABERNETHY POTCQT, U059 N. Geylnrk hd.,
Mobile, AL 34609: I married Jesse Porter.
He have one child and one grdndohlld. I em
Orville ALLEN. l2l Coventry Court, nlver
Ridge, LA 70123119791
Rosle BAUNANN Woerner, Rt. 1, Box 478,
Elberte, AL 36530: I married Fred Woerner,
Jr. We have seven children end eleven
grandchildren. I mm a Housewife.
Elizabeth BENTON Sellers, 7 Hose Ave.,
Mobile, AL 35608 Cl9791
Marjorie BENTON Nlller, Ht. 2, Box 635.
Foley, AL 36535: I married John Miller.
we have one child. I am retired.
Betty BOEHN Stouqh, 609 W. oth St., Bay
Nlnette, AL 34507: I married Bill Stouqh.
we have four children end eight grand-
children. I em a Supervisor. ll9791
Devona BOONE Dickey, 733 E. Maine St., Rook
Hill, 3.C. 29730 119791
John F. Boros, 6200 Jameson Hd., Amarillo,
TX 79106: I married Edna from Brooklyn,
New York. we have four children wud one
grandchild. I am Vice President, Secretary-
Treasurer, Mesa Petroleum Co.
Cldre BHECHNER Heilmeier, 927 W. Laurel Ave.,
Fvley, AL 35535: I married Jack Heilmeier
QUeoeased1 from Foley. we have five children
wnd one grandchild. I am a Homemaker.
Eva ERIC? Bailey, V.O. Box U3, Sunmerd le,
AL 36680, l married Earl Halley f7ecoaao4J.
I have Your children and two grandchildren.
I am a Cashier. 119791
Shelby T. HHOOHS, V.0. Box U, Magnolia
Wrrings, AL 36555: I married Doris Underwood
from Summerdale, Alabama. We have two ohll-
dren and one grandchild. 1 am a Pharmacist
and owner of Stacey Drugs, Foley, Alabama.
Lillie BHUHN Flowers, Rt. 2, Box l90, Foley,
AL 30535: I married John Flowers. We have
hhree children and two grandchildren. I am
a Housewife. fl979J
Mlrlam CM1ckoyJ CALDWELL Mallette, 339 E.
Jefferson St., Thomasville, GA 31792: 1
married Mansell Nallette. we have three
children and no grandchildren. 1 am retired.
Plldred fN1ckeyl CALLAWAY Owen, 4G85 N. l2th
Ave., Pensacola, FL 32503. I married Lonnie
Owan. We have three children and four grand-
children. 1 am a Realtor-Associate. fl979l
Raymond D. CALLAWAY, Rt. 2, Box l275. Orange
beach, AL 35551: I married Ella Hutchinson
from New Orleans, Louisiana. we have two
children and one grandchild. T am a Charter
Wont Captain and Marina Operator.
Betty Jean COLE Smltherman, 3251 Stein St..
Mobile, AL 36608: I married Dennis Smlthermnr
from Mobile, Alabama. We have two children
and two grandchildren. I am a Housewife.
Era Mae DAVIS Prochazka, Rt. 2, box 305
Foley, AL 36535 219797
Laura Mae DONALDSON Lassan, hex jb, Blberta
EASTBUHN, P.C. Box 258, Foley, AL
We have tw
I am a Pilot.
married Emily Radford.
and one grandchild.
ENGEL, Ht. l, Box lhd,
I married Vivian Thlem from Foley
we have four children and five grandchildren.
I am a Farmer.
Jack FAIRCLOTH, Dept. of State, American
Embassy, Djakarta, Indonesia, APO NY O9668g
I married Birdye Boaland from Birmingham.
we have seven children and four grandchildren
I am a retired Air Force Major. I work Inter
nationally for the Dept. of Health.
Jean FAIRCLOTH Hodges, P.O. Box 156, Lllllan,
AL 365U9g I married Edward Hodges CDeceasedJ
from Montgomery. we had one child, Cynthia
Grace FETZER Stephens, l38 Weston Av.,
Chatham. N.J. 07928: I married Tom Stephens.
No have three children and no grandchildren.
I am a Housewife. 419797
Hlchard FIELDS, 366 Riviera Dr., Union City,
CA 9'1581 419797
wllhelmina GALLAWAY Ryan, 2509 Brookfield
Dr., Moblle, AL 36609 Cl979P
Katherine GILLY Markln, 3010 W. Michigan
Ave., Pensacola, FL 32506: I married Charles
Markln. We have two children and two grand-
children. I am a Housewife. Kl9791
Doyle B. GHIFFITHS, Ht. l, Box 1205, Foley,
AL 365353 I am single. I am a Farmer and
Credit Union Manager.
Earl William GHIFFITH3, Highway 3180, Orange
Beach, AL 36561: I married Sarah from
Birmingham. we have three children and six
grandchildren. My occupation is Charter Boat
Ina Mae CB1ll1eJ HARHELL Bentley, 606 Julian
Bd., Chattanooga, TN 37U2lz I married Carey
Bentley from Birmingham. we have three chil-
dren and no grandchildren. I retired after
twelve years as Avon District Manager. I
em a Homemaker.
Mary Alice HARRISON Colgan, Ht. 1, box 299,
Summerdale, AL 34580: I married Edward
Colgan from Cleveland, Ohio. we have four
children and six grandchildren. I am e
Meth HILL Richardson, 6810 GarLh Hd. 3.u.,
Huntsville, AL 35902 flovek
Arthur A. HOLK, P.O. Brewer FIU, Foley, AL
3A535: I married Fannie Jo Floyd from
Rohortednle, Alebwmn. We rwve Two Children
and two grandchildren. I am free. - Enldwin
Muhunl Insurance Co. Inc., Mayor - City of
Foley, and Hrent Q State Ferm Insurwncv Co.
Jetty NCLH Crrell, M01 W. uerry Ave., Foley,
KL 35535: I married Riley Orrell from Vvlwy.
Ne nnve two children and Your Hrundcnifdren.
I Hive Q Snooklng and needlework Shop www
Jilev does vheir CHUINR.
Mozelle NCLVAN Dey, 2wO Kornemnv St., bornan
AI 3630l: I married John Hwy Dey, Jr.
Ne neva three children and two rrzndinildren
1 uf A honsewife. ClQ7Ql
John HONIG, 13331 N.S. 25th Ave. N., Miami
beech, FL 33130, I married Irene Schwwrrz
from Chicago, Illinois. i an Q Supervleor
for Florida Power and Llqhf.
onrounv KLUG Fleminq, BDU W. Evelvn, Lewis-
fon. Nontana 59557: I married Dare Flevinv.
'Me have two Children end five qrdndcnildren.
I um Q Houeewife end Office Mun yer. 419701
Ddrotny KHUiIU5iI Gerace, 115 neamer Ave.,
ihellemoorl, Nilmineton, DE 19904: I
married Leo Gerace from Nllminqton, Delaww
We have three children and three grand-
children. I am a Food Service Cashier.
John 0. LEE, 20933 Callaway Ave., Lakewood,
CA 90715: I married Norma. We have five
children and two grandchildren. I am
Director of Finances - School District Cl979D
Lillian LETZ, cfo Emily Letz, 1707 Rio Vista
Ave., Tampa, FL 33603 Cl979J
Clifford C. LEWIS, 9 Covsineau Rd., Pensa-
cola, FL 325074 I married Blanche from
Tuscaloosa. We have four children and two
grandchildren. I am a retired Electronics
Floy LEWIS Howe, l Bertram St., Pensacola,
FL 32506 119797
Gladys LONG Crocker, 125 Washington Ave.,
Apt. NJN, Santa Monica, CA 90U03g I am
divorced. I have one son and one grandson.
I am an Administrative Secretary, Lockheed-
Callfornla Co., Burbank, CA
Evelyn LYSEK Genrich, 23802 Helsinki, Mission
Viejo, CA 92691 619793
Alice MAHIK Host, 22 Fig St., Fairhope, AL
36532: I married Charles Host. We have two
children and no grandchildren. I am a
Macle MAY Simpson, Route 3, Box 55,
Montevallo, AL 35115 fl979l
Rita MOOHE Gabel. 50h Stimpson St., Fair-
hope, AL 36532: I married Andrew Gabel from
Falrhope. We do not have any children. I
teach E1ghtn Grade Math. 119797
Ima MOHHIS Gates, i.G. box 96, Holden,
Utah 806361: I wzrrled Don Gates fron Taft,
California. We have two children and four
Hrnndchlldren. 1 dm 3 Retired hurse.
Myrtle MORRIS Mount, cfo Marlene Galluze,
T60 Alcoa Bldg., Room 270, Pittsburgh, PA
15219: I mnrrled Hubert Nuwnt. We have two
fWwlldreh fwwl P!14v mJvnxl3l1?4vrw1. T am
.. F'l311::f:1':? Pe .
Harold C. NOLTENSMHITW, Tx. R, box 599.
Tlhertu, AL 36530: I married Gladys frnw
Gteohenn, Arkdnsac. we have one child wud
three qrdndchildren. I em Avco Lyoomlnv
South Atlvhtlc hemlonel Mdnever. Aetlrhd J
US Air Force
Mgrgqn J. ODOM, 302 1, Schumacher St.,
Yolev, AL 36535: L mlrried Marin Harm from
funmerdale. We have five children and six
l3fT"?Y.i:,fjhX'l,1ll"l'Y'. I am F1 Print E rw' -Shop Foremfan
Joseph A. PILGHIN, Jr., Ht. 3, wox U0,
Hlherta, AL 345304 I married Esther Zantop
from Elhertn. We have four children and
Seven grandchildren. detired N Lice-
Yresldent Foley Tractor Co.
James FLASH, 3005 N. Skyline Circle,
mobile, AL 36600 619797
, wel 0
Jean POWERS Moss, 306 W. Myrtle Ave., foley,
AL Bfiiig I mdrrled Travis Moss Cieceanodj
1 have three children and four grandchildren
I am a Bookkeeper.
lddlu PRINCE Ncheown, Ht. U. Centerville,
FA IAUOU: I married David Moheown from New
klhnny, Nissieeitvi. we hqve two children
ehd four QrHhdCh1ldr0h. TRW 2 Houvemlfe.
Alvlna RABER Miller, Ht. l, Box 46, Summer-
dale, AL 36580: I married Dewitt Miller
from Bay Mlnette, Alabama. we have four
children and l grandchild. I am a Teacher.
Joann HEIBLING Fields, 366 Riviera Dr.,
Union City, CA 94581 Cl979J
Marie RHODES Underwood, P.O. Box 6, Staple-
ton, AL 36578: I married George Underwood
from Summerdale. We have two children and
four grandchildren. I am a Housewife.
Hilda HINDFLEISCH Blender, lll9 W. Orange
Grove, Burbank, CA 91506: I married Irvin
Blonder from Norwich, CT. we have three
children and two grandchildren. I am retired
Gavnell ROSS Hlcherson, Ht. 2, Dex 785,
Foley, AL 36535, I married Louis Hlcherson.
We have three children and seven grand-
children. I taught school twelve and one-
Joe SALZMANN, Ht. P, Box 357, Elberta. AL
36S3Og I married Pauline from Parsons,
Kansas. We have three children and three
grandchildren. I am a retired Rural Carrier.
Bernard O. SCHENK, 1U Tomlinson Terrace,
Thomasville, AL 3F78Ug I married Dorothy
Plummer from Grove Hill, Alabama, We have
two children and three grandchildren. I
retired U5AF and now a TV Technician.
Nolan SCHLITHTING, Rt. l, Box 22, Foley, AL
36535: I married Frances Hathcock. We have
five children and five grandchildren. I am
a Carpenter. Cl979J
Fred SCOTT, Star haute, Box l259, Lillian,
Al. 35 559
Wyllne SCOTT Ebert, P.O. Box 1180, Foley,
AL 36535: I married Charles Ebert, Jr. from
Foley. I have six children and seven grand-
children. I am a Housewife and very active
in civic affairs.
William SIEGMUND, 136 Wiltshire Rd., Clay-
mont, DE 19703 fl979J
Amelia SMITH Christian, 1027 Brookmont Ave.,
E. Jacksonville, FL 32211 119791
Ophelia SMITH Caneer, 5925 Dian Wood Drive,
Jacksonville, FL 32210: I married Cecil
Caneer from Huntsville, Alabama. We have
one child and one grandchild. I am a
retired Real Estate Secretary and Bookkeeper
Alice STEADHAM Royal, 217 W. Pedlgo, Foley,
AL 36535: I married Bob Harlan. I have
five children and two grandchildren. I work
with Food Service, Foley Schools. 019797
Oval STEELE Blackwell, Ht. 2, Box 537,
Foley, AL 36535
Allie Mae STEWART Dukes, Ht. 2, Box 223,
Bay Hinette, AL 36507: I married Melvle
Dukes. We have two children and no grand-
children. I am Personnel Manager for
Lavula STEWART Rollins, 209 White Ave.,
Feirhope, AL 36532: I married Wallace
Hollins from Augusta, Georgia. We have
three children and two mrandchlldren. I
am a Housewife.
James SUAREZ, Star Route, Box 1235, Lillian,
AL 36509, I married Joy Blair. We have two
children. I am a Shipping Clerk, Sears.
Dorothy THOMAS Vick, 355 S. Mobile St.,
Fairhope, AL 36532 K19797
Doris UNDERWOOD Brooks, P.O. Box U, Magnolia
Springs, AL 36555: I married Shelby Brooks
from Foley. We have two children and one
grandchild. I am a Housewife.
George UNDERWOOD, P.O. Box 6, Stapleton,
AL 36578: I married Marie Rhodes from
Summerdale, Alabama. We have two children
and four grandchildren. I am a Baptist
Raymond WALKER, Rt. 2, Box l285, Orange
Beach, AL 36561: I married Mary Gene Gammon
from Birmingham, Alabama. We have one child
and one grandchild. I am a Charter Boat
Harold KRedJ WALTERS, Ht. 2, Box 665, Foley,
AL 36535, I married Betty from Atlanta,
Georgia. We have two children and no grand-
children. I am a metal worker for U.S. Civil
Crockett S. WHITE, Rt. 2, Box 1240, Orange
Beach, AL 36561
Robert G. WOERNEH, cfo Nancy Hart Inter-
mediate Care Center, Elberton, GA 30635
Jean YORK Nall, Ht. 2, Box 175, Foley, AL
36535: I married Bill Nall from Bon Secour,
Alabama. We have three children and two
grandchildren. I am a Housewife.
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