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9 live in Arizona
19 live in California
8 live in Colorado
5 live in Florida
6 live in Illinois
2 live in Iowa
2 live in Kansas
47 live in Minnesota
4 live in Montana
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New York
2 live in North Carolina
49 live in North Dakota
1 lives in Oklahoma
2 live in Oregon
2 live in Pennsylvania
2 live in Rhode Island
1 lives in South Carolina
1 lives in South Dakota
1 lives in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
4 live in Virginia
13 live in Washington
4 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Manitoba
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in United Kingdom
23 location unknown
58 are deceased


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•   Jerry Jonnson  10/17
•   Gail Anderson (Groff)  2/22
•   Lewis Liszt  2/1
•   Paul Sweitzer  12/12
•   Lawrence W. Hanson  10/28
•   Rita LeRoux (O'Brien)  10/18
•   Don Rodningen  8/31
•   Francene "Bonnie" Thoms (Evans)  8/28
•   Gary Granum  8/28
•   Darolyn "Dee" Rude (Nicholls)  3/24
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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 57.1%

A:   125   Joined
B:   94   Not Joined


As I finish week one of the covid-19 isolation I am reminded of the famous Ringworm Epidemic of the 1950’s.  Perhaps someone could suggest to the authorities that requiring everyone to wear a protective head cover and shampooing with strong tar soap was effective in controlling this outbreak.  I would certainly prefer wearing a “bug bonnet“ to social isolation.  Hopefully, our nation’s response to this crisis will be successful, and quickly resolved.

Spring is just around the corner and daylight savings is in full bloom.  I recall how much I enjoyed those first warm days in March and April when the winter coats, hats and boots could be left off for a day or two and plans for warmer weather were beginning to take shape.  Often those thoughts were interrupted by a late snow storm of blizzard but we were reminded that better days were just ahead.

Speaking of better days, don’t forget our 60th class reunion scheduled for September 18, 19 and 20, 2020 in Grand Forks.  Our committee has met several times and planning is well under way.  Our plan is to follow the schedule which we established several reunions ago, with one minor change.  In past reunions we scheduled a no-host get-together on Thursday of the reunion; however, we have decided to eliminate that function as part of the formal reunion.  We plan to hold the no-host get-together on Friday, with the formal dinner on Saturday evening and a no-host breakfast on Sunday morning.  Classmates who wish to get together on Thursday can make those arrangements with their friends.  Other activities will be scheduled on Saturday such as a golf tourney, Central High School tour, pot luck reunions, etc.  We are trying very hard to keep the cost of the reunion at the level of the 55th reunion, or less.

We will be sending more information concerning the reunion in the coming weeks, but if you have questions, comments, or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me 

Stay safe, stay healthy, stay at home (!), and, above all, stay with us.

Dean Schroeder

Still Your President