WHS Bulldogs
HOME
CURRENT REUNION
PAST REUNIONS
RECENT PHOTOS
OLD PHOTOS
MISSING CLASSMATES
IN MEMORIAM
INTERESTING LINKS

Walter M Williams High School
Class of 1961
Recent Photos 02


Back                                                                                                                                                                         Next

Two For Tea Class of 61 Ladies Luncheon, OCT 2009 picture 1:
(Maiden Names): Sue Mitchell, Betty Sue Mann, Jane Barnwell, Ann Aaron
OCT lunch picture 2
Two For Tea Class of 61 Ladies Luncheon, OCT 2009 picture 2:
(Maiden names): Brenda Melton, Lea Mitchell, Rita Tunstall, JoAnne Goodson, Willard Ann Foster, Judy Littlejohn

Two For Tea Class of 61 Ladies Luncheon, OCT 2009 picture 3:

(Maiden names): Rita Tunstall, JoAnne Goodson, Brenda King, Willard Ann Foster, Judy Littlejohn

 

Two For Tea Class of 61 Ladies Luncheon Aug 2008.

Contact Brenda Graves about future luncheons. The meeting is for lunch on the 1st Tuesday of each month at Two for Tea in Burlington, 12:00 Noon.


Milton Newton feeding a deer on first tee...the guys from the classes of '54-'65 meet every 3rd Tuesday at the Diner in Burlington at 9am for breakfast. Afterward, some of us go play golf. Some who play are Milton Newton, Bobby Clark, Ron Steele, Larry Teague, Harold Kimble, and Milton's brother-in-law. You are welcome to join us for breakfast and play golf too if you wish. The Diner is at the intersection of Alamance Rd and Church St. Bill Maness '60 gets this event together. We now have 163 who are on the attendees list, and around 60-70 make it each month. You may contact Ron Steele for more information.
 

The deer's still hungry and is going into the golf bag for more....
 

The following 2 photos were taken at the breakfast at the Burlington Diner on 9/21/10.
 



Last remnants of Wall around playground at Fisher St Elementary School. Here, we played hop scotch, roller bat, baseball, dodge ball, red rover, and other games during recess. We also played before school started in the mornings, and played baseball after school in the afternoons. The school buildings are gone now.



Back                                                                                                                                                                         Next