More than 200 attend FCHS Alumni Reunion

The Falls City High School Class of 1963, first row, from left: Liz Huettner, Mary Ann Rieschick, Betsy Lenz, Linda Eickhoff, Cheryl Ebel, Carolyn Arnold, Marilyn Capps, Teri O’Grady, Nancy Freeman, Sheryl Hunzeker, Glenda Mayne, Larry Griffiths, Larry Watzke, Merlyn Witt; second and third rows, Roy Rieschick, Leon Joy (a guest), David Fritz, Steve Colerick, Paul Weaver, Vicki Hedlund, Dennis Arnold, Dianne Hinz, Frank Longacre, Garry Watzke, Sharon Darveaux, Lee Windle, Kathy Magor, John Auxier, Rick Baker, Roger Mandery, Arlene Wardlow, Chick James, Susan Sipple, Butch Haws, Harold Yoesel, Darrell Kopf, Leon Wilhelm, Robert Bachman and Ron Apel. Photo by Jason Schock. 

The annual reunion of the Falls City High School Alumni Association was held Sunday at Prichard Auditorium and was attended by 210 alumni, spouses and guests.

The 50-year class of 1963, which boasted the 1963 Class B state basketball championship, was the honored class.

The excellent dinner was prepared by the Band Parents and served by band members. The invocation was by Robert Bachman of the honored class.

Denny Heinzelman, class of 1964, was the emcee and gave the welcome. For the benefit of those from out-of town, he highlighted several of the city’s recent pluses, including the state-of-the-art baseball/softball complex.  

Elizabeth Steinman Huettner, noting that she was thrust into the role of giving the response for the 50-year class with short notice, began at the beginning.

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