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List reveals 20 years of unclaimed Lufkin High yearbooks

LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) -

Calling all Lufkin High grads from the past twenty years, you may have a yearbook with your name on it.

Recently, the Lufkin High School yearbook advisor decided to unpack all of the unclaimed yearbooks from boxes. Tim Krause did it to save some storage space, but in the process realized just how many books he had: 180 in all from the past 20 years.

Now, he's compiled a list of all the students who can come by anytime to pick their books up. On Tuesday morning, a '93 grad finally picked their's up.

[View of list of students with yearbooks to claim]

"Just memories, just recalling things we did back in the '90s," said Alvin Quick.

"Quite surprised a few have called and said they didn't think we'd keep them. Others have said they were quite startled they didn't realize they bought one or forgotten they bought one," said Krause.

The unclaimed yearbooks go back to 1991.

 

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