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Class of 60 Newsletter

Last modified: Thursday January 30, 2014  

Albany High School Class of 1960                                       Volume 2004, Number 01


By the Shores of the Thronateeska,

By the shining deep blue water, Stood the home of all the Indians,

Children of the brave, the Indians.

Tall behind it rose the forest,

Rose the straight and valiant pine trees,

Rose the firs with cones upon them;

Bright before it flowed the water,

Flowed the clear and sunny water,

Flowed the shining Thronateeska. 

Alma Mater

You’re a grand old school…

You’re the school that we love  and forever in honor we’ll hold,

Alma Mater dear, we you revere, the Boast of the Brave and the Bold.

Every heart beats true, one and all we’re for you, and your memory we e’er shall bless;

For should “Auld Acquaintance” be forgot?

Here’s to you dear old AHS.

Go Indians!

 AHS is on the Web!

www.Dougherty County School System -- Albany High School


Jim Hall
AHS Class of 1960
462 Kingswood Ct.
Albany, GA 31707


Albany High School

Class of 1960



50th Class Reunion

was held

April 30 – May 2 2010

Many of you are on Facebook.  We are posting pictures of our 50th reunion.  http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/profile.php?id=100000099351283 is the link...

...and by the way if you are not on Facebook, you should be.  Your grandchildren are on it!  It's a great way to keep up with kids that live far away. 

{If anyone else wants to help maintain this FB page, let me know and I'll send you the password stuff so that you can update as well.}

I posted some pics from the 45th and you can see some of the fun that was had.  This is going to be much bigger!!!

Click on buttons to left for more information

I have held this secret for 56 years now but am now ready to reveal it during the Pep Rally on April 30th.  My first kiss came at a taffy pull sponsored by Palmyra School when we were in the 5th grade.  The cute little girl who engaged in this racy behavior with me has already registered for the reunion activities, so I'm sure she will be present.  You know who you are and I am going to reveal that long kept secret at the Pep Rally! 

{Now, if there was to be a hefty deposit to an offshore account in my name, I might forget about this intriguing incident that has haunted me all these years. }

Anyway, ya'll come on to the Pep Rally; there's all kinds of fun to be had.  I'm looking at these pics on our Facebook page and they are inspiring. [Go here:  http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/profile.php?id=100000099351283&ref=mf] If any of you have old remembrance pics that you want to share, please send them on to hallsts@gmail.com ...Pep rally pics, Football Game pics, anything you have to help us get in the mood for this, the greatest reunion ever.

Atlanta Contact: Jim Hall
Email: AHSIndian_60@mchsi.com
FaceBook: AHS ClassofSixty

Please send a separate email to:

hallsts@gmail.com  or ahsindian_60@mchsi.com (underline between indian and 60

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Visit the Photo Website for Class of 1960 Reunion


ALSO ....

Our Classmates Now!!!

Recently a few of our classmates and friends got together in Highlands, NC.  Lots of memories, lots of fun...Pictured:  Front row, left to right:  Betsy Crittenden Walden and Beverly Bethea Olaff.  Back row, left to right:  Lady Lee Smith, Corinne (Sister) Carlton Martin, and Lila Sheffield Howland. 

Barrie Clark Aycock and Lila Sheffield Howland wanted to share a photo of our recent trip together to Florence, Italy, May, 2005.  We revisited the city of  Florence where we had spent the summer after high school visiting Barrie's brother John Clark. 

2004 Greetings From Nassau, Bahamas!


Marylin Flowers and SuLynn Hatcher Landon just returned (2004) from a wild cruise to the Bahamas, (I say wild because when the two of us get together—well, it’s wild).

If you have never cruised, you need to try it sometime. Food was great, shopping was fun, entertainment fantastic, Frozen Margaritas –outstanding!

 Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

SuLynn & Marylin


Merry Christmas! 



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