Betty Haisten Granberry of Headland passed away January 18, 2016. She was
Betty was born December 21, 1948. She was a graduate of Wicksburg
High School and attended Riley Business College. Betty lived in Dothan before
moving to the Hebron Community of Henry County in 1995. She was a former member
of Newton Baptist Church and currently a member of Hebron Baptist Church in
Columbia, AL. Betty and her husband Rex owned and operated Granberry
Preceeded in death by:
. . . . Parents; Issac Jackson and Mabel
Baldwin Haisten Sr
. . . . Sister; Sara Haisten Wheeler
. . . . Husband; Rex Dowling Granberry
. . . . Daughter; Lane Hardy of
. . . . Sons; Brad (Kim) Hardy of Dothan, AL and Clay (Amy) Hardy
of Franklin, TN
. . . . Step-sons; Jason and Justin Granberry of Headland,
. . . . Brother; Issac Jackson "Jackie" Haisten, Jr. of Headland, AL
. . . Five Grandchildren
Burial in Newton City Cemetery
COMMITTEE MEETS MARCH, JUNE, SEPTEMBER AND DECEMBER
Next Committee Meeting: March 8, 2015 - School Library, 10:00 a.m.
Discuss and finalize 2016 Projects and 2016 Reunion
|Reunion Attendance June 6, 2015
82 Pre-Registered - 17 No-Shows = 65 Pre-Registered Attendees
32 On Site Registered (Includes Special Guests) = 97 Total Attendance
We ordered 100 meals
Reunion Attendees June 6, 2015
Mary Smart Andrews - David W. Benton - David A. Benton - Donna Benton Tate
- Sherman & Jane Benton
Janice Johnson Boydstun - Wylline & Jerry Brown - David L. Byrd - Sidney
& Jacqueline Chapman
Hill & Dollie Clements - Margaret Daniel - David Dossett - Larry &
Janice Everett - Billy & Doris Folds
George & Deborah Folds - Charlotte & Chico Gates - Lamar Glover
- Margarette & Jim Grimes
Shellie T. & Anita Hanks - Gerald Harden - Jean Newsome Hunter - Kim
Hunter Lee - Pat Herring Ivey
Dorothy Dossett Jongebloed - Jackson King - Marvin & Sarah Marley -
Don & Mary McKnight
Emmett & Judy McKnight - June Adcock McLain & Martha McLain Snider
- Allan McLaney
Daniel K. McSween - Winfred & Mildred McSween - Sandra Dell Miller
- Jimmy Moore - June Paramore
Sara Stembridge Perry - Dwan Pilcher - Angie Stembridge Rainwater - Patricia
& Cody Render
Hilda Brannon Renz - Chrystene Mullins Robbins - Paul & Jackie Roberts
- Sally Ann & Roger Simmons
Faye York Thompson - Don Turner - John Holman Watson - Arthur Word - Bobbie Sue Benton Sylvester
Joanna Word - Freddy Harden - Frank & Peggy Moring - Sue Walker Paulk
- Billy Outlaw - Billy Max Hutto
Albert & Joanne Trawick - Louise Watson Lamb - Patsy Turner Cooper
- Tommy Glen Daniels - Danny Dell
Russell & Pearle Etheridge - Mamie Etheridge Free - Myrtice Parish Glisson - Earl D. Matthews
Bill McSween - Maxine Parish McIntyre - Carolyn Benton McLaney - Aaron Wood - Pete Williams
Martha Smart Pate - Louis Allen Mullins
SPECIAL GUESTS ~ Media, Sherri Turner & Charles Zeigler - Mayor, Lee Irby - Principal, Chuck Walker
16th Annual Reunion June 4, 2016
Program by Class of 1956 - Honoring Class of 1946
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|2016 Program in honor of: Class of 1946
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||2016 Program by Class of 1956
Class of 1956
Joanne Childree, Albert Trawick, Patricia Price
Angiline Stembridge, Jackie Tomlin, Ardieth Wood
Preston Rosser, Billy Outlaw, Sue Clark, Myra Horsley
Shirley Marchman, Joe England
Deceased: Sara Haisten, Marvin Haisten
Huey Outlaw, Edwin McKnight, Grady Turner
President: Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican)
Vice President: Richard Nixon (Republican)
Chief Justice: Earl Warren
Speaker of the House of Representatives: Sam Rayburn (D-Texas)
Senate Majority Leader: Lyndon B. Johnson (D-Texas)
Congress: 85th (starting January 3)
January 8th - Elvis Presley's "Don't Be Cruel/Hound Dog" single
goes to #1 & stays #1 for a record 11 weeks.
March 12th - Dow Jones closes above 500 for 1st time (500.24)
April 2nd - Soap operas "As the World Turns" & "Edge
of Night" premiere on TV
May 18th - Mickey Mantle hits HR from both sides of plate for a record
June 29th - U.S. Federal Interstate Highway system act signed.
July 30th - U.S. Motto "In God We Trust" authorized.
August 22nd - Elvis Presley begins filming "The Reno Brothers"
(Love Me Tender).
September 9th - Elvis Presley appears on the Ed Sullivan Show for the 1st
October 23rd - First Video recording on magnetic tape televised coast-to-coast.
November 26th - "The Price Is Right" debuts on NBC.
December 20th - Montgomery, AL removed race-based seat assignments on its
Hail, Hail for Ole Newton High!
Hail, Hail for ole Newton High! Hail, Hail for ole Newton High!
We get our lessons awfully good And say that we’ve done the best we could.
We make some D’s but we never fail. Makes us want to chew on our nails
Say again we’ll try and try For the glory of Newton High!
|Special Thanks to Charles Zeigler & Sheri Turner (Media)
Melissa Blocker (Decorations), Mildred's Tea Room (Lunch) & Mason Turner
Note: Graduation from Newton High School is NOT a Membership requirement. If you attended and would have graduated with any particular class, you should consider yourself part of that class and a member of the Alumni Association.
We strongly urge each class to plan a private reunion each year on Friday
before or Saturday following the Annual School Reunion. Time is fleeting
as we loose members every year to death. (We have lost 148 members in death
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