CLYMER — Clymer Central School graduates, 1934 through 1957, met for their annual reunion and lunch in the Abbe Reformed Church fellowship hall. Lunch was served by the Clymer Historical Society. Committee members were Jim Loomis, John Neckers, Betty Querreveld, Kay Roush, Robert Selfridge, Luella Stebbins, Jim and Leona Thompson, Myrtle Tryon and Gilbert Willink.
Robert Selfridge, class of 1949 and master of ceremonies, welcomed those attending and led in a flag salute and singing of the alma mater, accompanied by Jo Van Earden on piano, class of 1952. A moment of silence was observed in memory of deceased classmates. Dr. Richard TenHaken, class of 1952, gave the invocation. Wilbur Renskers, class of 1935, shared a rhyme he had penned following his 94th birthday.
School tours were provided by Nancy Westerburg and Robert Niven. The Haverkamp Huis was open for guests and Hiram and Jane Beckerink and Sue Rhebergan were hosts in the historical center.
Alumni attended from Clymer, Elma, Falconer, Findley Lake, Fredonia, Lakewood, Little Valley, Panama, Sherman, Stow, Westfield, Grand Island and Ontario, N.Y.; Columbus, Conneaut Lake, Corry, Edinboro, Erie, North East, Russell,Union City and Knox, Pa.; Virginia, Florida and Kentucky.