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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Carolyn Montgomery (Moore)  4/30
•   Wanda Harper (Hunter)  4/29
•   Scotty Whatley  4/27
•   Sara Shirley (Dabbs)  4/12
•   Julia Chandler (Pilgrim)  4/8
•   David Clement  4/7
•   John Nail  4/7
•   Tim Phipps  4/7
•   David Atkins  4/7
•   Betty Gayle Shepard (Camarota)  4/7
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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Janet Crumby (Hallstrom)  5/7
•   Richard (Rick) McCarty  5/10
•   Thomas Scott  5/15
•   Debby Jones  5/16
•   Stan Byrd  5/18
•   Molly Hurt (Johnson)  5/18
•   Larry Ezell  5/19
•   Jack Jennings  5/22
•   Donna Shepard (Linville)  5/22
•   Beth Beane (Kennard)  5/29
•   Lynda Marcy (Moses)  5/29
•   Bruce Stamey  5/29
•   Janice Hancock (Allen)  6/2

IN MEMORY UPDATES


•   Susan Harlow  2021
•   Deborah Webb (Carrithers)  2020
•   Butch Lyle  2020
•   Billy Overstreet  2019
•   Stephen Bolling  2019
•   Patsy Shackelford (Montgomery)  2019
•   David Bolerjack  2016
•   Beth Bourland (Jolly)  2019
•   Tim Gardner  2017
•   Randy Hall  1978
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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 76.3%


A:   184   Joined
B:   57   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

10 live in Alabama
1 lives in Arkansas
3 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
1 lives in District Of Columbia
7 live in Florida
6 live in Georgia
1 lives in Illinois
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
4 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Maryland
135 live in Mississippi
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in New Jersey
2 live in New York
4 live in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
3 live in South Carolina
12 live in Tennessee
12 live in Texas
3 live in Virginia
1 lives in Panama
28 location unknown
46 are deceased

MISSING CLASSMATES


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Welcome Classmates

Welcome to the Tupelo High Class Of 1970 web site. Even if you weren't able to attend or were not interested in attending our 50th Reunion, I think you'll find this website can be like a "virtual reunion." Take a few minutes to learn your way around. Bookmark this page and check back often because the content will be updated frequently.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

50 Year Class Reunion

The pandemic has caused us to reschedule our 50th Reunion yet again. The new date is Saturday, August 14 from 5 to 9 PM. The location will still be the Bus Station, and if you have already registered, there is nothing more you need to do. If you have not yet registered, you may still send your registration form with your entree selection (BBQ or chicken) and $15 to Hank Barger at 600 Silver Chase Drive, Keller, TX 76248.  Let Hank know if you need a registration form.

Stay tuned for an announcement of a possible Friday night event in addition to the main event on Saturday night.

 

Website:

This website has been running "ad-free" since it was started in 2010.  Rather than continuing to pay an annual fee of $165, we have decided to start letting them run an occasional advertisement on the website, thus eliminating the annual fee altogether. We hope you will not find those ads too obnoxious.

One other thing.  We have also been paying a separate annual fee to keep the domain name (www.tupelo70.com) each year, and we will continue doing so. As long as we continue renewing the domain name, you will sign in with that web address.  However. starting in May, the "address bar" at the top of you browser will show a change to "www.classcreator.com" to allow us to come under their "Secure Certificate." As always, only registered users (your classmates) are able to view the content on the webisite beyond the Home Page.  Our website has always been as secure as our individual passwords to the site. This change will not affect how you navigate through the website.

 

Look Who's Been Found:

Stan Byrd found this photo on the Web from a front page story in The Paw Print, the high school newspaper of McNairy County High School in Tennessee.  In case you're having trouble recognizing this old gentleman, he is our own Mickey Murphy, now in his 45th year as an educator and the new principal at MCHS.  The accompanying story has been posted with the picture in the "Administration and Faculty" gallery of Photos Worth Seeing.