As WHS celebrates centennial, 1961 grad reflects..
By KEN BECK
When the doors to the original Watertown High School opened to grades one through 12 in the fall of 1911, in a roundabout way, Charlotte Huddleston Johnson, 69, was there.
She’s no time traveler, but due to her grandmother’s habit of saving every little bit of scrap of paper as well as writing notes, Charlotte knows the details as well as anybody of September 6, 1911, when the cornerstone was laid in that brick, two-story structure dedicated to educating the young minds of southeast Wilson County.
Marguerite was still in Watertown 70 years later on Nov. 13, 1981, when that 1911 cornerstone was plucked from