The two things that ruled our lives in the 1960's were
the Vietnam War and Racial unrest. 

Today, we are still learning how to handle racial inequality.  Many things have changed in our society since those emotionally charged days in the 1960's.   Things will continue to change and hopefully someday we can all live together peacefully. 

After high school, many of our classmates went on to serve this great country we call home.  Here are a few pictures of how they helped keep us safe!  We are looking for other pictures and information on our Veterans.  If you have pictures and information on our veterans, please send them to info@lhs60to70.com



 
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Lincoln County Vietnam Era
Military Deaths
NAME BRANCH DECEASED DATE
CORPORAL FRANK REGINALD CAUTHEN MARINE JULY 12, 1968
SGT. DENNIS LEE DAVES U.S. ARMY SEPTEMBER 13, 1970
SGT. PAUL HENDERSON LAWING,JR. U.S .ARMY JUNE 14, 1972
SP4  CARL EUGENE OWENS U.S. ARMY OCTOBER 30, 1970
CPL. WILLIAM SPENCER SIGMON,JR. U.S. ARMY MAY 1, 1970
WO RALPH ROLLINS SMITH U.S .ARMY JUNE 13, 1966
CPT. ROBERT LEONARD WEHUNT U.S. ARMY DECEMBER 23, 1969
2ND LT. RICHARD TED ARMSTRONG US MARINE JUNE 12, 1966
PFC GARY EUGENE McCASLIN US ARMY SEPTEMBER 17, 1966
SP4 HAROLD EUGENE WILKINS US ARMY NOVEMBER 12, 1965
MAJOR CHARLES MILTON HOUSER US ARMY OCTOBER 13, 1967
SGT JOHN HUGH HOWELL LINCOLN CTY SHERIFFS OFFICE AUGUST 26, 1973
All other Lincolnton High School Veterans 
Who Have Gone Before Us,
We Salute You!!
END OF WATCH  

 

Join us in honoring the following men and women who did their part to preserve our freedom.

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