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•   Richard G. Neal  11/15
•   Dee Ham  11/15
•   Teresa Y. Sewell (Rice)  11/13
•   B. Gibson Thrift, Jr.  11/12
•   Dorene Estrem (Sackmary)  11/12
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1 lives in Alabama
1 lives in Arkansas
3 live in California
2 live in Colorado
1 lives in District Of Columbia
9 live in Florida
11 live in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
1 lives in Illinois
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Maine
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Michigan
3 live in New Jersey
2 live in New York
228 live in North Carolina
2 live in Oregon
4 live in South Carolina
4 live in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
6 live in Virginia
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in Quebec
1 lives in Sweden
123 location unknown


Know the email address of a missing Classmate? Click here to contact them!

Welcome to the Page High Class Of 1968 web site. We hope you will enjoy connecting with classmates here and keeping up with the latest information regarding our alma mater, Walter Hines Page High School.  Please help us build this website by entering your profile and accurate contact information.  Photographs are easily uploaded and will be enjoyed by all. 


You may have realized by now that 2018 is the year of our 50th Page High School Reunion.  As a past planner and current website administrator, I have arranged a meeting of any interested classmates for Monday, September 18 at Mimi's in the Shoppes at Friendly, 6PM.  This will be a brainstorming session to see what type of event would be most appealing.  If you are local (or not), please try to join us or send me your thoughts that I can pass along.

I would like to encourage you to view the classmate profiles (contact information is posted) and communicate with your friends about any upcoming plans. Be sure and check your listed profile.  I have had many email kickbacks due to people changing emails, but not updating their profiles.   Also continue to check the website for updates on planning.  My direct email is

Sharon Trull Morgan


Good news!  Planning for the 50th Reunion for the Class of 1968 is well underway!  Thanks to all who have shared their input through the survey.  If you have not completed this short survey, please click on the link just to your left in the red box.  It is really helpful to know what the majority of classmates would like to see for this event.

Now the most important task we have at this time is to locate more classmates and get both their physical addresses and their email addresses.  There is a new "Missing Classmates" link in the top red box on the left of this page.  These 259 names are classmates who have not registered on the site, and thus, we are unable to communicate with them by email.  We do have addresses for some of these, but we really need the emails.  If you know any of these people, please ask them to log onto this site,, and create a profile.  Or send their email address directly to us through the "Contact Us" link on the left, and we can add it to our database.  We want to be able to reach out to as many classmates as possible by email.  Now I challenge everyone of the 162 classmates already subscribed to our website to look at this list and send us at least 1 new email!  Thank you for your help!

Sharon Trull Morgan


Here's a link to an e-copy of our 1968 Buccaneer in case you no longer have yours.  Our school is listed as Walter Hines Page at the bottom of the list of NC high schools. Enjoy!




It was really Groovy!

The Page class of 1968 40th Reunion Weekend was declared a great success by everyone who attended.  We began Friday night at Cellar Anton's where we met for a social hour with a cold, wet rain falling.  Needless to say, most of us did not attend the Page-Grimsley football game due to the weather.  But our Pirates pulled out a win of 19-6 against the Grimsley Whirlies while we visited and reminisced about football games of old.  Many of the attendees dined afterward upstairs in large and small groups. 

Saturday morning brought only 6 members downtown to explore Greensboro's newest place to be and to be seen.  We visited the restored Carolina Theater and remembered Circle K Days and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts.  Then we ventured on to Hamburger Square and Natty Greene's, Libery Oak Restaurant, the old Greensboro Record Shop, Triad Stage, the Kress Building, Robin Mack's very impressive store Mack and Mack where she filled us in on her very creative approach to retail women's clothing.  We peaked through the doors of the old Ellis Stone Building to see the beautiful curved staircase, remembered Younts Deboe, Montaldo's, the Meyer's Tea Room and Woolworth's Dime Store.  Then on to see the beautiful Center City Park and the Cultural Arts Center.  Since we were a small group, we stopped in Fincastle's for a burger and fried pickles!  It will be interesting to see what the next ten years holds for downtown Greensboro.

Saturday evening began with a long social hour at the Marriott Downtown where our reunion committee had set the stage for the evening with lots of red tulle draped around tables and arrangements of red and white carnations on each of the 11 tables.  A sit down dinner was served while attendees continued their catching up conversations.  A great selection of 60's music was provided by Greg Rice, a DJ who is our age and knows about the music from our day!  And, wonder of wonders, people actually danced!  It was just like old times in the auditorium lobby at Page!  There were also door prizes given out at various times during the evening for correct answers on a trivia quiz! 

On Sunday morning, a small group of people gathered one last time for an intimate brunch at Judy Murphy Worsley's home. Apparently, there were several other small impromptu gatherings over the weekend including a golf round on Saturday.  Comments indicated that people really enjoyed doing the small group things as well as the planned events. 

Some photographs are posted below, and we encourage you to post your own photos on your profile page.  If you have a special photo to share, email it to me and I can post it on the home page.  I welcome your comments and suggestions for any improvements or volunteers for our next reunion!  Sharon Trull Morgan

(Many, many thanks to our Reunion Committee:  Bill Thompson, Melissa Harrelson, Shirley Keel, Molly Keen, Anna Robinson, Sandy Euforbia, Vivian Verney, Dorene Estrem, Leger Meyland, Jackie Crutchfield, Gail Murphy, Debbie Smith, Debbie Lavasque, Gwen Smith, Lucia Drury and Maxine Higgins.)




Locke Bell and Jimmy Perrin