Betty Ann Blake
I have COPD and not too good now. I’m in assisted living here at “The Village” in Indianola. I do see Dorene V. McConnell as she and her husband are in a nearby area here at the “Village”. I really don’t drive at night.
Always good to here about classmates.
Don Dixon class of 43 is also here. Has rooms near mine although he is having new (or old) health problems. Was in the hospital a month and not in the care center here, hopefully that is temporary. Thought some might remember him.
Love to all.
Hope/pray all will have a good reunion.
Best to all.
Ila Caulkins Berg
Hi classmates of 1945; 62 years!
Long time, many of them has left our sight, never to be seen again. We all have memories, good and bad. Life goes on. God only gives you as much as you can handle, we have all heard that at one time or another. We have all had our losses and our dramas but we are still here! Must be some reason! I hope your lives are full and happy.
Ila (Caulkins) Berg
Ruth McRoberts Berg
I am 2 years older with more aches and pains, but other than that, nothing has changed at the Berg household. I still miss the trips back home.
This is a travel year for Marge and me. Hope it is a good reunion. Tell us about it.
Both Harriett and I are living a full and active life at home, and getting in some travel too. We are in good health – Harriett has been diagnosed as diabetic and my pacemaker is now pacing my heart 100% of the time, but these do not restrict our activities in any way.
It may seem like we are preoccupied with travel, but we are really not. With that said here is what we have been up to:
November and December, 2006, we spent six
weeks visiting friends in
In June, Harriett went back to
From July 17 through August 4 we attended an
International School Nurses conference in
And, of course, we will be in
We are off again in October to
Harriett keeps very busy with volunteer work, knitting, and simply enjoying the company of friends.
I am busy with all kinds of things, but the
big one right now is to bring
Roy Heuer (Dorothy Kamerick’s husband)
Thank you for all the notices. I will not attend any of the reunions and please take me off your mailing list.
I have many fond memories of the past meetings.
We were in
To the class of ’45 , I say “Thanks for many, many fond memories.
2009?? Maybe we’ll see you then.
Bob and Doris Mark
I am deeply saddened to inform you that my
dear, sweet father, Ken McKay, passed away in his sleep on July 16th
after a brave battle with recurrent lung cancer. He had spoken many times about the upcoming
reunion and how much he wanted to attend the festivities. Please keep him in your prayers and perhaps
raise a toast to him in
Alison McKay Elmquist, M.D.
Nothing newsy at our house. Look forward to seeing those attending the dinner.
I’ve been receiving emails about the KHS SOS project. Who, what, why was the football stadium named after Ken Locke? Any information? Didn’t and don’t recognize the name.
I am having problems with my back. Dr. says I need to have an operation. Traveling is really painful, so I’m not sure that I can attend.
Ivan Van Trease
I am on oxygen 24 hours and cannot attend. Sure would like to, but I enjoy hearing about our classmates. Thanks to you and Myron.
Dorene Vercellino McConnell
After 50 happy years in the food business we have moved into a retirement community here in Indianola.
Our family consists of three sons and a daughter, six grandkids and one great granddaughter.
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