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Onward We Go: The CHS Class Of 1974 Reunites For 45-Year Reunion

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The Columbia High School Class of 1974 gathering at Tiny’s for their 45-year reunion are, left to right, first row, Susan Buechler Housewright, Stella van Hemert Linnemann and Sharon Farmer Petrowski; and second row, Joe Everett, Denise Kult-Dorner, Kim Matthews Butler, Joe Lepp, Linda Newton Naumann, Sharon Veit, Pam Haberl Hendrix, Jeannie Turner Proffer, Rick Beatty, Darla Barnett Goodman, Vanita Voison Kibbe, Gina Eckert Payne, Darrell Day, Susan Haller Syring, Dave Martin, Paula Callis Ledbetter, Don Landgraf (hidden), Ginny Pope Devenport, Richard Rose, Gary Byrd, former teacher Barry Krizan and Harold Klotz. Attending but not pictured are Cheryl Rusteberg Faust and Rick Carl.
The Columbia High School Class of 1974 gathering at Tiny’s for their 45-year reunion are, left to right, first row, Susan Buechler Housewright, Stella van Hemert Linnemann and Sharon Farmer Petrowski; and second row, Joe Everett, Denise Kult-Dorner, Kim Matthews Butler, Joe Lepp, Linda Newton Naumann, Sharon Veit, Pam Haberl Hendrix, Jeannie Turner Proffer, Rick Beatty, Darla Barnett Goodman, Vanita Voison Kibbe, Gina Eckert Payne, Darrell Day, Susan Haller Syring, Dave Martin, Paula Callis Ledbetter, Don Landgraf (hidden), Ginny Pope Devenport, Richard Rose, Gary Byrd, former teacher Barry Krizan and Harold Klotz. Attending but not pictured are Cheryl Rusteberg Faust and Rick Carl.

by Stella Linneman The Columbia High School Class of 1974 gathered for a reunion at Tiny’s Bar and Grill. Thank you to Tiny’s staffers Allison, Kyle and Don for accommodating our needs for a perfect evening. I still remember walking the halls of CHS from my freshman to senior years and finally graduating. Now 45 years …

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