Class of 1935
Class President: Milton Lindholm, 12 Nelke Pl., Lewiston ME 04240-5318
Kenneth Bates and Marjorie live comfortably in the Masonic Home in Charlton, Mass…. While she was cleaning out her father’s house, Ray Harwood’s niece found the tie Ray wore when he graduated from Bates. “My dad kept it all this time because he was so proud of his brother being the first to graduate from college,” she wrote to Ray’s son, David. David found his uncle’s thoughts and actions to be “a wonderful and poignant commentary on the meaning of a college degree to Depression-era children of immigrant parents.” Bill Pricher was mentioned in the News-Press in Fort Myers, Fla., by columnist Glenn Miller in a year-end wrap-up of memorable figures. Bill showed the writer his scrapbook of athletic achievements from his high school and college years. Bill still works at the Fort Myers Country Club. “You can’t sit on your butt all the time and watch television,” Bill said in the article. June Sawyer Stevens lives with her 94-year-old sister on the family farm on Hills’ Ridge in Greene. The farm has been in her family since 1808. She wonders if any classmates have as many descendants as she does: four children, 14 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren.