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I scanned the faces at our class reunion. I knew many even after years gone by. Too old to guess names, now I boldly ask.  The food was great, but the fellowship was even better.

Who would think (music available) we would have no entertainment, yet it was such an enjoyable time. It was great!

The slide pictures of the 49 deceased class members touched all our hearts to the very soul. This is life. It is about people, some whom we brushed against walking the halls of Carrollton High School with little conversations or hello’s along the way.

How lucky we were…young…with a lot to learn with  many different roads before us: now behind us.

God says, “I will lead you in the path you should take. (If we follow him.)
I pray our paths cross again in the future and I pray the best for all of you. May God put His armor of salvation upon you, His hedge around you (to protect you) and His blood covering over you.

Rose Ann Newbold (Dewitz)
CHS class of 1972

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