School: Loyal H.S. 50 year
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: YoungChristenson, Taylor, Henninger; Bashford, Catlin
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 04 June 1964
A fiftieth year class reunion, the graduating class of 1914, was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Catlin on Saturday evening, May 30. Co-hostess for the evening was Mrs. Anna Catlin.
The 1914 graduating class consisted of 15 students, up to that time was the largest class. Eight of the graduates were present at the reunion; four were unable ti attend, and three are deceased. Letters were read from Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blanchard, Seattle, Washington; and Mrs. Esther Ashby of Co;orado Springs explaining why they were not able to be there. Mr. Lynn Lundgren, Nebraska; and Mrs. Walter Goehring of Colorado Springs, Coloradowere also not present. Mrs. Anna Catlin was presented a gift of money that evening at the alumni dinner, by her children.
The evening was spent visiting and looking at pictures. A desert and coffee was served by the hostesses.
Guests who were present included the following: Mr. and Mrs. John Young, Florida; Mr. and Mrs.Frank Christenson, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor, Sun City, California; Mrs. Lottie Henninger, Loyal; Edna Bashford of Milwaukee who had just returned from a six weeks vacation in Europe; Mrs. Mae Gustafson, Monroe; Pearl Kreiser, Wausau; and Melford Catlin of Milwaukee.
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