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Here are a few snapshots from Beth's life.
 
 
 
The Early Years and High School
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Chit Chat
   The Beta dance and banquet at the YMCA was a big success. Those seen dancing to the music were: Shirley Fenton and Tom Cowling, Sue Davidson and Bob Hillis, Ann Atchinson and Bob Hodges, Carol Means and Jim Bloss, Phyllis Graf and Randall Smithmier, Mona Halliburton and Earl Crawford, Barbara Brackney and Lynn Alexander, and Beth Fowler and Shannon Jones.
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   A group of sophomores, juniors, and seniors got together at Sandra Steele's house for a "platter party." Some of the gals there were: Eleanor Payne, Beth Fowler, Pat Adamson, Kay Lockwood, Toby Herron, Jane Cook, and Juanita Gibson.
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All of these articles came from issues
of the Tower published our senior year.
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Students Make Speeches
For Radio Free Europe
   Southeast high school students participated in the Crusade for Freedom campaign. Scrolls with the signatures of over 3/4 of the students are being sent to 70,000,000 people in the Iron Curtain countries. Through the Crusade for Freedom and Radio Free Europe, Americans have an opportunity to help the victims of Soviet imposed Communist government win their way back to freedom.
   Recordings were made by five Southeast students at K.M.B.C., Monday, February 22, for Radio Free Europe. They are Clark Smith, Barbara Brackney, Tom Creel, David Morton, and Beth Fowler. The five were part of  large group of students and prominent citizens from all over Kansas City, who made one minute speeches, which will be used in broadcasts to Iron Curtain countries, on the subject, "What Freedom Means to Me."
   This word propaganda can be interpreted in two ways. It can mean truth or lies. By supporting Radio Free Europe in their broadcasts of truth, each individual can be sure that he is not only helping to arm the spirits of captive people with hope and courage, but that he is supporting the cause of peace throughout the world.
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COLLEGE DAYS
 
 
Beth Marries Mike Hite
 

Engagement Party

Wedding Day
 
 
 
 
 
Time Moves on
 
Mike with Beth and her folks
also son Andrew & daughter Leslie
Beth - Graduating ... AGAIN!!!
Grandson Alec - 2003
 
Beth & Mike Hite
Andrew graduating
Leslie's wedding - 1987
Beth Fowler Hite - 2003
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMAGES of BETH
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Beth at the 2004 Reunion
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The 55th Southeast Reunion - 2009
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Beth and Mary (Hammond) Eberhardt
at the Cinzetti Luncheon
Ready for a great luncheon.
Sandy (Steele) Jones, Pat (Corder) Valleau and Shirley (Fenton) Marley
Carol (Dietz) Tefft, Beth and Mary (Hammond) Eberhardt
 
 
 
 
 
 
The 60th Southeast Reunion - 2014
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The reunion luncheon at IHOP
Toni Hampton, Beth, Pat (Corder) Valleau,
 and Shirley (Richardson) Scammahorn
Arriving at the picnic Sitting with Sandy (Steele) Jones
Beth at the reunion dinner with David Whitington and Don Kraft
 
 
 
 
 
 
Beth frequently attends
the weekly Southeast lunches
 
 
Beth and The bearer of good things
Lois (Garner) Hightower  
Beth with Shirley (Fenton) Marley
Pat (Corder) Valleau and Beth
Carolyn (Stewart) Ready,
 Lois, Shirley and Beth
 
 
 
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