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Berea High School

Class of 1962

Frankie Cothran, Senior Class President
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  Rebecca (Abbott) Smith
  Frances (Barbour) Martin (Best Dressed, Most
                                           Popular, and Miss Hi Miss)
  Brenda (Barton) Isler (Most Likely to Succeed)
  Martha Bates
  Brenda (Bolding) Batson
  Joe Bracken (Wittiest)
  Ruby Brown
  Carroll Burdine
  Robert Burdine
  Cheryl (Caldwell) Sedgley (Most Athletic)
  Charles Carswell
  Jake Christopher
  Denny Cole (Most Intellectual)
  Frank Cothran (Most Talented, Succeed, Dependable)
  Gloria Crane 
  William Dickson (Mr. King Teen, & Mr. Civitan)
  Virgil Dryman
  Charles Duncan
  Jerry Frady
  James Freeman
  Sylvia Galloway
  Magaret (Hawkins) Durham (Most Intellectual, Most 
                                                      Talented,  Miss D.A.R.)
  George Hilliard
  William Jenkins
  Pat McWhorter (Wittiest)
  Barbara Merrill
  Gail (Morgan) Osteen
  Donnie Morton
  Gary Osteen (Most Athletic & Best Dressed)
  Elizabeth (Ray) Harrelson
  Al Roach (Best All Around & Most Popular)
  Emma Satterfield
  Gloria Scott
  Linda (Shelton) Harris
  Gloria June (Southerlin) Watson
  Robert Thompson
  Linda Tucker
  Violet (Vaughn) Kaminiski (Most Dependable)
  Linda (Watts) Hilliard (Best All Around)
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