The Osborne High School graduating class of 1954 celebrated its 65th anniversary with a reunion May 25 at Bay Breeze restaurant in Marietta. Sixteen graduates and nine guests enjoyed reminiscing and catching up with each other’s lives. They look forward to their next reunion, their 70th anniversary, in 2024.
Some of those who attended, pictured here, included: Frank Morgan, Imogene Fendley Worley, Roger Goldsborough guest, Fred Brooke, Shirley Brooke guest, Bradley Brown, Dotty Hemmer Bishop, Carolyn Brown guest, Joan Carruth Lee seated, Edna Worley Goldsborough, Jim McDonald, Yvonne Hunt Holtzclaw, Doyle Johnson, Joe McTyre, Judy McTyre guest, Doug Kelley, Sue Wilson Davis, Betty Alexander guest, Bobby Alexander, Jack Beasley guest, Faye Morrow Beasley. Attending but not pictured: Pat and Tom Gifford, Fred Walters and Frank Morgan’s guest, June.
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Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre will host an exciting new movie and music series for grown-ups this summer. During each event, patrons will experience a live performance related to the genre, theme or era of the movie. Enjoy the kick-off of Movies, Bands and Brews on Friday, June 7, with a performance by the David Bowie cover band Jerome Newton and the Band Who Fell to Earth, as well as a screening of “Labyrinth.” The band will perform at 7 p.m. and the movie will start at dusk.
Jerome Newton and the Band Who Fell to Earth (the name is an allusion to Bowie’s iconic role in “The Man Who Fell to Earth”) has been called “a Bowie tribute for Bowie lovers.” They play music from his entire career — the hits and the deep cuts — with reverence and energy. Their music, their look and their lively stage show all combine to create a memorable experience.
Tables that seat six directly in front of the stage are available for $72. All other seating will be free and open to the public. The movie and music series will continue July 5, Aug. 2, Sept. 6 and Oct. 4. The Mable House is at 5239 Floyd Road in Mableton. For more information, call the box office at 770-819-7765.