The A.D. Johnston class of 1958 will hold an informal class reunion at the home of Jerry and Gayle at 1301 Palms St in Bessemer on July 6 1PM until ? We will provide snacks,lemonade, coffee etc.
For more information call Jerry at 903-724-0648 or Gayle at 903-922-6514.
More advice from an Old Farmer
The biggest troublemaker you'll probably ever have to deal with, watches you from the mirror every mornin'.
Always drink upstream from the herd.
Good judgement comes from experience and a lotta that comes from bad judgement.
Lettin' the cat outta the bag is a whole lot easier than puttin' it back in.
What is the diameter of the hole on a golf green?
Answer is at the bottom of the page.
1st Row Gerald Juntunen Fran Walli Sheila Hedberg Glenn Korpi
2nd Row Bob Juntunen Mike Pogliano
3rd Row Ken Lake John Heikkinen
4th Row Dave Bulinski Dave Carpenado John Johnson Dave Walli
Ed, Bob and Brian
Arlene & Bob Juntunen 2014
Peggy & Mike Pogliano 2014
John & Carolyn Johnson 2014
Glenn & Donna Korpi 2014
Fran & Dave Walli 2014
Luetta & Bob Flaa 2014
John Heikkinen 2014
Gayle Perkins & Jerry Juntunen 2014
Phyllis & Mickey Quance 2014
Arlene Juntunen,Nancy Carpenedo and Kathy Bulinski 2014
55th Reunion at Korpi's on Lake Gogebic
The Korpi's planned a superb get together that we all enjoyed.
Left to right: Luetta Paynter Flaa,G.Juntunen,John Johnson, John Heikkinen,Mike Pogliano, Sheila Rice Hedberg, Don Walters,
Ed Smith, Glenn Korpi
Gayle and I enjoyed having everyone over for the annual get together at our house. I think everyone had a good time reminiscing. Plan on being at Glenn Korpi's at Lake Gogebicfor the 55th reunion in 2013.
Dave Bulinski and Bob Juntunen left before the photo was taken.
Jerry & Gayle
CLASS OF 1958 50 TH REUNION
1st Row L to R Judy Pricco, Carol Gustafson, Sheila Rice, Mickey Quance, Gordon Hoffman, Paul Chernak, Dave Carpenedo,
Robert Juntunen, Claie Semmerling, Willy Brown.
2nd Row Francis Koski, Luetta Paynter, Don Walters, Ken Lake, Dave Bulinski
3rd Row Gerald Juntunen, Dave Walli, Mike Pozega,
4th Row Gary Stark, John Heikkinen, John Johnson, Mike Poglianio, Glenn Korpi,
5th Row Don Voss, Jerry Giacherio
Answer: Exactly 4.25 inches. The standard diameter was established in 1891 by the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, based on the dimensions of a hole-cutting tool believed to be the first ever--devised in 1829 for use at Scotland's Royal Musselburgh Golf Club.