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AHS '54 Guestbook

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Noel Buchanan
 
Riggins, IDaho  83549
 
nlb@ctcweb.net
 
28 Jul 2005

 
Carol Dean KIng
 
Garland, Tx
 
cdkcpa@mail2.gbronline.com
 
19 Apr 2005

I just discovered this great website. What memories it brings back. To see the faces of the many friends and fellow students is always a treat. My wife Mickey and I moved to the Dallas area in 1966 and have lived here ever since. We used to visit Amarillo rather frequently while my mother was alive. I will always consider Amarillo as my "real" home.

To see the many fellow students who are no longer with us is sad but also brings back the memory of many good times spent with them in the past. It was a pleasure to have known them. Many of my very good friends that I grew up with, and many girls I dated while in high school have now passed on. I still remember them with pleasant memories.

Since leaving AHS and Amarillo Junior College, I completed my education at The University of Texas at Arlington, and then received my CPA certificate in 1982. My wife and I will celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary this coming October. My, how the time does fly when you're having fun! We are both now retired except for an internet software company I now own www.cdksoftware.com. Both are enjoying good heath and look forward to many more years together.

If any of my long lost friends see this, I would appreciate hearing from them and learn the story of their journey through life. Great job on the website.


 
Derrell N. Chandler
 
Fort Worth, TX
 
DNC2933@AOL.COM
 
22 Feb 2005

This youngster (Class of '58) says you guys/gals are looking good.


 
gary ray
 
castle rock, co
 
captaingary@comcast.net
 
20 Feb 2005

very good site. i am sending a new email address.


 
Sid and Linda Jonas Walton
 
Palestine, TX  75801
 
SidNLindaWalton@aol.com
 
21 Nov 2004

We are still talking about and reliving the spectacular reunion. Words fail me (a novel experience) when I sttempt to say how much it meant to us to spend time with our classmates. To see Mike Hall and Don Armstrong after 50 years challenges one's vocabulary. There aren't enough superlatives to verbalize our grateful emotions. When we organize our pictures, we will send them along. Suffice it to say that everyone looks mahvellous!


 
Robert McWhorter
 
Things Wild in the Ouachita Mts of Arkansas
 
1stlight_mena@earthlink.net
 
06 Nov 2004

Just got around to reviewing and putting in order the memories of the 54 Reunion. What an experience! So many really "old"....really special friends to again hug, look into their eyes, hear their voices, and learn of their experiences and travails. So many that I hoped would be there, but they wouldn't come, couldn't come or are, I discovered, in eternal sleep. Our last reunion...and my first one. I'm especially proud of the efforts of those who made it possible... Janelle, Wesley, Charles and Bobbie, Marilyn [we still do not communicate any better than we did in high school ;-)], Gene and the many others who were involved...you sure have my respect, admiration and love. A job well done!


Barbara Garrett Flynn
 
Evant, TX
 
bflynn@centex.net
 
13 Oct 2004

Our group picture from our 50th reunion arrived yesterday and it was wonderful. Almost took me back to that fun time. Again my thanks to all that worked so hard to make this special. Someone has gone to all the trouble of numbering and naming each person. Now while our memories are fresh we probably all remember who everyone was, but in a few years who knows. For the work and time spent of our organizers to give us this information there can never be enough thank yous. Another example of the quality of people the Class of '54 turned out.


 
JAENELLE BECK HUTCHISON
 
AMARILLO
 
janbeckhutch@aol.com
 
11 Oct 2004

Gene Mathis has created a great gift to our class. Communication is vital to staying in touch. Love our web site.


 
Dean & Dee Carpenter
 
 
 
deandeecarpenter@earthlink.net
 
05 Oct 2004

Hi Janelle and happy birthday to you.

We got home from the Florida Hurricanes for the American Red Cross after 24 days, two hurricanes, one flooded motel room and two weeks of 6:30 Am to 8:30 PM days doing our Disaster Relief work.  Found the mail box full of reunion things and just wanted to say I'm sorry we missed it, but was thinking of the group the day that Hurricane Jeanne passed through on Sunday as the reunion was breaking up.  Thought this is really like a sandstorm, only water with the wind rather than sand and was the Saturday night party that good to be blowing us away in Florida?  Haha!

Hope all enjoyed it and maybe someone missed me.

AHS Sandie always

Dean


 
Virginia (Pfeiffer) & Bob D Brady
 
611 S. Philadelphia, Amarillo, TX 79104
 
bbradysr@sbcglobal.net / ginbritton@sbcglobal.net
 
04 Oct 2004

10/04/2004 It has been a week since our 50th REUNION concluded...it was wonderful!! And the reason is, the countless and diligent hours of work by Janelle, Jim & Patsy, Wesley, Anne, Marilyn, Charles & Bobbie, Jean, Susan, Charlotte & Kay, Mike, Hayden and ALL the other workers and little elves who had a hand in bringing this gargantuan task to fruition.... Ginger and I regret that circumstances prevented our doing our fair-share of the work load of putting this thing together, but believe me... we are proud of all those who did!!!! If there was possible, some small incident that could shed light on all those who chose to ignore the opportunity to join with all of us in this "Once-In-A-Lifetime" happening, maybe, JUST MAYBE, some of them would make a small effort to contact some of us who would GLADLY share with them, some of the elation we all felt, re-newing old friendships and memories of those precious years so long ago. Again, thank you, all of you who made all of this possible... =^..^= Our warmest thanks go also to Gene Mathis for the superb job he has done with this WEBSITE we can call OURS ALONE !


 
Barbara Garrett Flynn
 
Evant, TX
 
bflynn@centex.net
 
30 Sep 2004

Just one last thing I left out yesterday. All of our gratitude goes out to Gene Mathis for creating this wonderful website and keeping us all connected electronically. THANKS GENE!!!


 
Barbara Garrett Flynn
 
Evant, TX
 
bflynn@centex.net
 
29 Sep 2004

I just returned home after a great three days at our 50th Reunion and want to issue a heartfelt thanks to all of you that worked, obviously so very hard, on this event. Everything was perfect and oh what fun it was to see and visit with so many of my classmates that I hadn't seen in so very long. Those that did not or could not attend just do not know what they missed. Thanks again who all who put this big one together


 
Patti Herchelroath- Hartsock
 
Magalia, CA
 
toujours63@sbcglobal.net
 
22 Sep 2004

I was so happy to see a picture of my mother in high school. I called her right away since she's never been on a computor. She had me look up several of her friends. Thank you for letting me share this with my mom, Helen Casstevens.


 
Ken Fairchild
 
Dallas, TX
 
consultfairchild@sbcglobal.net
 
14 Sep 2004

I'm not of your class (being an old 53 grad), but when I heard from Deala Duncan Gunnels that your 50th reunion was coming up, still dripping with nostalgia from ours last year, I started to browse your web site (which is great, by the way). I was surprised to see that I knew about as many of you youngsters as I did people in my class. I was especially reminded of what beautiful women graced the Class of 54, a FEW of whom I knew quite well and remeber fondly. I won't mention any names to protect possible sensitivities of various husbands, but you know who you are. Love to you all and may your 50th be as grand an experience as ours was. Ken Fairchild, AHS53, AC55, WT57


 
Doris Rhody Taylor
 
Stone Mountain, GA
 
accentids@juno.com
 
25 Aug 2004

Thank you for the wonderful web site. This just verifies the fact that the '54 Sandies are the greatest. I will not be able to come to the reunion but will be thinking of you and hope you have the best time ever. I would like to stay in touch with my fellow '54 grads so please let me hear from you.

Love to all, Doris Rhody Taylor


 
ANSLEY ANSLEY REID
 
AMARILLO
 
anneansleyreid@aol.com
 
23 Aug 2004

Gene, this website is absolutely fantastic! Bravo, Bravo!

This is going to be our best ever reunion. I want to thank all those who have worked so hard and encourage each classmate to come and enjoy this fabulous occasion with us.


 
James Jett
 
Woolwine, Virginia
 
sjett@sitestar.net
 
19 Aug 2004

Hello to all, just wanted to touch base and say how excited I am to be included in the 50th Reunion. A lot of water has gone under the bridge since I last saw most of you. Looking forward to September. With regards, Jett


 
Rodney Preston O'Neal
 
2413 Peachtree Ln, Plano, TX 75074
 
rpob@comcast.net
 
16 Aug 2004

I was in the school business for over 20 years(coach, teacher, principal, and consultant) and retired in '96. Still work part time because I have three grandsons I am trying my best to spoil!


 
Adolphus G. Lankford
 
Hawaii
 
alank757@msn.com
 
07 Aug 2004

I just want to say thank you and well done to everyone envolved with making this web bite available for us. I want to say hello to all of the class of 54. I am fine "Thank you Jesus" God Bless you Class of 54.May. Adolphus


 
Jackie  Miller
 
Santa Fe, New Mexico
 
JRegisbabe@aol.com
 
07 Aug 2004

my email changed- and i didn't get an invite yet? O well- I'm going to drop by anyway


 
Arrelene Watson Lorenzo
 
Fort Worth, TEXAS (of course)
 
arrelene@charter.net
 
31 Jul 2004

Have visited the site often, but only commented once (when they had to be input manually). What a great job you have done in expanding this site for us. Just mailed my registration in - - sorry I will be unable to attend the reunion. I will miss seeing a lot of old friends, but I know you will have a great time. I look forward to the picture and the Reunion Book. Have the Sandie Band Members toast one for me! Arrelene


 
Helen Marie Fosshage Ringeisen
 
43 Prospect Ave.  Tarrytown, NY 10591
 
Helen@mozartina.org
 
22 Jul 2004

Please add my address and eMail address to the roster. Thank you.


 
Sid and Linda Walton
 
Palestine, Texas
 
SidNLindaWalton@aol.com

        www.appleanniesbedandbreakfast.com

 
29 Jun 2004

Thanks for this great website. We can't wait to see everyone in September. The Best of the Best graduated from AHS in 1954!


 
Bonnie Jo Knotts Hendricks
 
Mississippe
 
bonniehendricks@bellsouth.net
 
09 Jun 2004

Just wanted to let you know that my email address has changed since I posted my first comments


 
Raymond E. Stoddard
 
7405 Dreyfuss Dr. Amarillo,Texas 79121
 
res7447@1s.net
 
02 Jun 2004

This web site is great


 
DAVID "Crockett" GETMAN
 
9615 Railton Street
 
ddgetman@airmail.net
 
19 May 2004

You look so happy and I am glad. I love being, don't you!

I think the people who have made this technocracy viable are worth visiting. Do you mind?

The question/answer that comes to my mind: We?You? I know! God is still on the throne! But, [the predators' preyers] are making many speakers suggests the world perceives the family unit as a tradition which should conform to the predators' wishes.

Any Ideas!

I am hoping not to distract any busy person/persons, working on predetermined schedules such as Bills and Meds and Taxes and Young Achievers Awards and Deadlines and Funerals and Vacations and Exercise and most of all Equalibrium when one tries to figure out what God is doing or is not doing.

I am 'inter alia' a rough, carpenter. A would be civil engineer. I dream of being [a] memory! But, I do salvage a smidgeon of [t]he time visiting with unsophticated, mind boggling, questions reserved for Uncle Sam's Secret Service.

To Marilyn Mabry _________, Hi! Last time I saw you, if my memory serves me correctly, you had an employee named Sharon (Coleman) Whittenburg showing a home on Sunset Circle; 1970.


 
Jackie B. Miller
 
Santa Fe, NM
 
Regisbabe@acninc.net
 
08 May 2004

Hi, Again!. Sorry to have invaded your website again. I barged in about a year ago, as I just couldn't resist it! We, Seniors of '53 had out 50th reunion last summer. Let me tell you, I wouldn't have missed it for all the tea in C___! You know what I mean? If any of you have not planned to go to your 50th, Please think again! I was sad as I have been told it was out last one and we now join all the other classes that have passed their 50th. I have attended most of out reunions and dearly loved every one of them. We had a Guess by the name of "Frank Guess" one of our coaches. It was a very nice experience and took some pictures of all us together. I am now asking if I could get special permission to maybe drop by on that Saturday afternoon, as there are too many of you that I use to wipe your noses! (Since I was a whole year older!!!) And I did too! Like Spooky, Booty, Wick, David K, Sheila (ha), Robert Mc, and Vinita. I promise I won't take up much of your valuable time (Just an hour or so). I will even pay just to see all of you. And above all promise me you will be there? YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY! Thanks Jackie


 
Marita Ratliff Moore
 
Granbury, TX
 
mizmo36@earthlink.net
 
28 Apr 2004

Please note that my e-mail address and provider have changed. Would love to hear from anyone. Marita


Melissa
 
Lytle, Texas
 
mgcraig@hotmail.com
 
20 Apr 2004

My name is Melissa. I'm searching for someone by the name of Bryan Henry (not sure of last name!) Bryan would be anywhere from 52-57 years old now. Bryan has blonde hair, (possibly receding hairline), blue eyes, average height and weight and he used to mow lawns for Louis & Irene Lee in Amarillo in the late 1960's to early 1970's. Bryan would have been involved with Linda Janet Lee. Linda was 18 years old at the time you knew her and now she's 52 years old! If anyone has any information or knows anyone that matches this description, please call me at 2103558488! Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thank you so much!

Melissa


 
Marilyn Seal (Green) (Fabri)
 
Manteo, NC 27954
 
mjnorm@pinn.net
 
29 Mar 2004

Thanks, This is so much fun. I had never made contact with my HS friend and now I even have some addresses. I married just before I graduated 1954 but finished HS. I married Doyle Green and he died in 1988. I had two sons born in Amarillo. I then married Norman Fabri. He is retired Coast Guard and lived on a Island in NC. We have been Married 16 years in Sept.


 
Anita Brewer Witherspoon
 
Amarillo, Texas
 
aneedaspoon@aol.com
 
26 Jan 2004

I am taking advantage of this wonderful website for the first time today. Wow what a great job you all have done. I'm so proud to be a part of this great group of people from Sandie Land. We are fortunate to have had our experiences in a better time. Pray for our children and grandchildren. Best of everything to you all. Love, Anita


Edgar Sellers
 
6816 Club Meadows Dr. Amarillo, TX 79124
 
edsellers@aol.com
 
11 Aug 2003

Kudos to all responsible for putting this website together. I have visited this site many times, but today (8/11/03)was the first time to check out the guestbook. I look forward to seeing everyone next year.Ed Sellers


Marita Ratliff Moore
 
6302 Westover, Granbury, TX 76049
 
bmoore@granbury.com
 
23 Jun 2003

Heard a great song during our water aerobics cool down time that would make a wonderful THEME song for all of us attending 54 AHS reunion. It is by Nora Jones, Grammy winner this year and a local Ft. Worth girl. The song is "I just feel so lucky to be here tonight!" Those who will be attending the reunion are in fact "lucky" and BLESSED to have made it to this time. If you haven't heard Nora, you are missing some easy listening that reminds me of the wonderful music we so enjoyed during the 50's. Buddy and I are making plans to attend the 53 reunion this year and then on to some cool mountain weather.


 
Carroll Shelton
 
New Braunfels, TX
 
drshelton@nbtx.com
 
03 Jun 2003

Does anyone know the website for AHS'53


 
Gerry Colley
 
703 Oxford Dr. Tyler, Texas
 
GERRYCOLLEY@AOL.COM
 
15 May 2003

 
Jason Boston
 
Grandview, Missouri
 
jlboston@kc.rr.com
 
11 May 2003

Though I'm from the Class of '55, it was great turning up the site for the Class of '54. Great to review names on the roster long out of sight but fondly remembered.


 
Charles (Chuck) Elmore
 
Wichita Falls, TX 76306
 
elmore855@yahoo.com
 
27 Apr 2003

Moved to AHS mid-term 53 and spent the next year and a half trying to figure who was who. Still working at it. GREAT SITE Looks like I'm going to have to find my 54 annual


 
Bill Tynan
 
Lubbock, Texas
 
tynantex@aol.com
 
27 Apr 2003

This is a first class project. You who are involved in this should all be congratulated. I stumbled upon this while researching Amarillo High School athletic records. It is great to see that a school with such a great athletic history has such caring graduates. It would be great if every class at every high school had such an enduring relationship. Good luck on your 50th! Bill T.


 
Charles Sadler
 
Anaheim CA
 
kb6dm@aol.com
 
21 Apr 2003

Enjoyed looking at the website. I belong to Class of '55, but I recognize many of the names in the roster, "we remember", and the guestbook. Does anyone know if the Class of '55 has a similar web page?


 
JERRY STORSETH
 
SUGAR LAND, TEXAS
 
storseth@earthlink.net
 
18 Mar 2003

Bonnie Jo Knotts
You have echoed my exact feelings. This world has really gone to pot, no pun intended. Come to the kid's site. We will strive to get as good as this site. After all, we are sandies too, just a little behind y'all. Class of '57


Garry Wheeler
 
Topsham Maine
 
texredcoat@earthlink.net
 
18 Feb 2003

Great site 54 Sandies. I am really proud to see your fine work. Keep it based in Love and respect for each other and you will always be an award winning site. G. Wheeler, class of 57'


 
Bob McCasland
 
Happy, Texas
 
jrbobmc@aol.com
 
11 Feb 2003

Great site!

Greetings for the class of '57


 
JERRY STORSETH
 
MISSOURI CITY/SUGAR LAND, TEXAS
 
storseth@earthlink.net
 
11 Feb 2003

Your WEB SITE is absolutely fantastic. Our Class has had one, and then a terrific battle of egos, pride, guilt, name calling, cussing, and a lot of other silliness that those of us who are past 60 should know is stupid. Now, there is another Site "under construction" but you guys and girls have such a great model that I really don't see how it can be beat . . . unfortunately. You done good, SANDIES.


Larry R. Branum
 
Springdale, AR
 
lbranum@cox-internet.com
 
03 Feb 2003

Thoroughly enjoyed the website, and appreciated the tribute to the astronauts. I will visit the website often. 

Thanks, Larry


 
Jackie Miller
 
Santa Fe, NM
 
JRegisbabe@aol.com
 
18 Jan 2003

Hi Hey! Remember-- I'm older than most of you'll! Ha Excuse me for busting in on you'lls website. Ours is 'ahs53.org'. I had to stop by and say hi to a great class. Very nice website. Hope all of you 'll are doing great. Lifes too short,darn it! wish I could see all of you. Email me if any of you'll have time. "Break-a-leg"


 
Robert McWhorter
 
Mena, AR
 
1stlight_mena@earthlink.net
 
16 Jan 2003

I will say again...thanks to all involved for such a classy website to represent the AHS Class of 1954! We were fortunate to have renewed old friendships with classmates this past year in Vegas and we have continued to enrich those friendships via a website that Jack Green has put together.

http://www.42greendominos.com

You are welcome to visit! Also, LaVern and I have a personal site that we invite you to visit. http://home.earthlink.net/~1stlight_mena

We would love to visit the personal websites of any of our classmates. Just drop us an invitation. We feel the excitement of the 2004 reunion building and the more comfortable we can become with each other before this event, the better attendance we will have.


 
Bonnie Jo Knotts Hendricks
 
Gautier Ms.
 
heybo2@bellsouth.net
 
12 Jan 2003

I really loved the web site. It made me think of all the changes that have taken place since we were all there in high school. We were so lucky to have been living in such an innocent time. I remember when "Work With Me Annie" was banned from the radio. Oh for the good old days, what I would give to have them back.I thank my lucky stars to have lived during that time. Hope you all stay well. Bonnie Knotts Hendricks


 
Darlene Carroll (Joe)
 
Cedar Park  Texas
 
Carroll465@aol.com

I was "googling" and found your web site. I am a graduate of AHS '54. I married Joe Carroll, therefore, did not change my surname.


 
frank ray
 
pinehurst, n.c.
 
opieann@aol.com

Thanks so much for this great site!!!

To look at the names of our friends and classmates who have died is so sad. My tears shead freely as I type this.

All good wishes to all, hope to see you at the reunion.


 
Kenneth (Ken) Gatten
 
704 North Clear Creek Dr. Friendswood, Tx. 77546
 
krgatten@houston.rr.com

Great web site. I graduated AHS in 1953, but a lot of the class of 54 were a big part of my memories.

I married Wilma Riggs (Class of 54). We began our 35 years in 1953. She passed away from MS in 1988. We had three children. I know she would want me to say Hi!

We attended your 25th re-union and had a really nice time.

I have since re-married and gained two more children in the deal.


Bobby D Patrick
 
Amarillo, TX
 
Barb816@prodigy.net

The web site is outstanding !!!! Thanks for all you hard work. We are lookig forward to the big event in 2004. We welcome e-mail from any of you.

Bobby and Barbara


 
Bonnie Jo Knotts Hendricks
 
Gautier, Mississippi
 
heybo2@bellsouth.net

I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed finding this web site. I loved the picture of Polk St. It has been many years since I visited Amarillo. I am so glad that I lived in the era where there was innocence and a sense of morality that is lacked today.


 
Gilbert Purcell
 
Concord, Ca
 
gilpsr@aol.com

 
suzanne norman fenberg
 
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
 
suzfen@aol.com

 
Gene Mathis
 
Lubbock, TX
 
mathis@nts-online.net

I think the guestbook is now working with one exception, I will have to add your comments manually.


Robert McWhorter
 
Mena, AR 71953
 
1stlight@arkansas.net

 
Bonnie Knotts Hendricks
 
Mississippi
 
heybo2 @bellsouth.net

 
Mary Kay (Oneal) Henderson
 
7900 W. 81st Ave. #74, Amarillo, TX 79119
 
Emmitt-Kay@juno.com

 
Ronnie Smith
 
Amarillo
 
rls8@prodigy.net
 
09 Aug 2002

 
Janelle Beck Hutchison
 
Amarillo
 
janbeckhutch@aol.com
 
09 Aug 2002

 
Mary Catherine "Kay" Henderson
 
7900 W. 81st Ave. #74, Amarillo, TX 79119
 
Emmitt-Kay@juno.com
 
09 Aug 2002

 
Larry and Nancy (Farrell) Larsen
 
Andover, Massachusetts
 
LarryLLarsen@compuserve.com
 
08 Aug 2002

 
Wick Alexander
 
Arlington
 
WICKortho@cs.com
 
08 Aug 2002

 
Charles "Jack" Green
 
Crete, Greece
 
 

Fantastic job Gene, keep up the good work.I was browsing the web one day on about.com, when a pop up about finding your old class mates came up.I did and wound up in contact with Wesley and Janelle.I have conversed with a few via the web and now we have a great web site.I am going to try to make the 50th.


 
Sue Briley Hodges
 
Bryan, TX
 
 

I am thrilled with your work! Nice web page. It is always so nice to re-connect with friends from the past!


 
A. Leroy Clarke
 
41 Calimo Cir. Santa Fe, NM 87505
 
 

Webmasters (Gene & Friends) have done an outstanding job!! I just looked for first time & am very impressed. And us? Linda & I have been in Santa Fe since retiring from Linda's libraries and "my"rocket engines, wind tunnels, and test labs @ Rockwell Aerospace in '93. Yes, we still think this is paradise. Thanks again Gene & Associates


 
Carol Ann (Smith) and Rex Mulkey
 
rexann@arn.net 5408 George Terrace Ama 79106
 
 

Carol Ann will not have anything to do with the computer. If you have a message for her, send it to our e-mail and I will print it and give it to her.

Rex


 

Ray Skuter
 
 
 
 

JBH,

Wow! As you suggested, I visited the website for the first time. Fantastic! What a heck of a way to keep the '54 gang informed. I hate to be trite, but my hat's off to those of you who have put so much work and passion into the project--it's obvious. Well done!

Ray


 
Dewayne Howard
 
Catoosa, Oklahoma
 
 

My first day at Amarillo High was the most awful day of my life. I had moved from a school where there were six students im my class to a school with 675 students. After trying to get around the hall of AHS on crutches for a day I was about ready to give up. I had been in the hospital for a month and at home for several more weeks when the doctor decided it was time for me to go back to school. I remember going to the office after fifth hour and telling the staff I was going home and might not ever come back. My class load was reduced to two hours a day for the rest of the first semester. This made things more acceptable and enabled me to begin to get acquainted. I remember meeting Robert Frazier the second day I was in school. I also remember the disappointment when I was told I would not be eligible for the baseball team because I had not passed enough subjects the first semester. So much for disappointments. There are many things that I remember fondly. I wound up in Mr. Poole's homeroom with the "Ws". He would let us go across the street for brownies when we had homeroom period. There are many that I remember with much fondness. Sadly, some of them are no longer with us. Thanks for allowing us to touch base from time to time. Dewayne


 
Margaret Williams Wilkinson
 
Sanger, TX
 
 

Jack Wilkinson and I went to school together since the 5th grade at San Jacinto Elem. We didn't run in the same circles but met again after we both had married and divorced. We married in 1969. We hope to be able to make the Big 50th Reunion.


 
Arrelene Watson Lorenzo
 
Fort Worth, Texas
 
 

What a great job you have done. I look forward to spending more time going through everything on the site. Congrats to all of you for a job well done. Address is 4412 Angus Drive (not 4423). e-mail: arrelene@charter.net Arrelene


 
Barbara Garrett Flynn
 
Evant, TX
 
 

This is a great site. Thank you for putting it all together.


 
Sue Stambaugh Gunnels
 
suegunnels@yahoo.com
 
 

Very Nice!!!


 
LaVon Ford Nelms
 
Farmington, Arkansas
 
 

What a great job on the web site! I am honored to be in the graduating class of such geniuses. I always knew we were a smart class. Keep up the good work.


 
Paul Gilbreath
 
Runaway Bay, Texas
 
 

Your site is great. Keep up the good work.Thanks


 
Molly Anne Dial Harris
 
jymy@arn.net
 
 

I think this is just wonderful.


 
Joan Bates Wilson
 
Seattle, WA
 
 

You can change my phone number to 206-399-9291.

Can we access AHS websites for other years?


 
Virginia Donohoo Cagle
 
Bedford, TX
 
 

This is a great web site!! Many thanks for putting all this information out to us, and I love seeing the pictures!

VA


 
Jack Wilkinson
 
Sanger. Texas (Temporary)
 
 

I think that this is a great way to keep up with each of you. I would like to complement all the people that have worked so hard to make this possible. Looking forward to seeing everyone in 2004.


 
Bob D Brady --Virginia Pfeiffer-Britton-Brady
 
Amarillo, TX  806-379-7512 /379-8322
 
 

We are delighted with the efforts of all those people who are working so diligently to put this WebSite together for us...Wesley Simpson, Gene Mathis, Janelle Beck Hutchison and I know not who else... you are all doing one heck of a good job.


 
Linda Jonas Milton (soon to be Walton)
 
Palestine, Texas
 
 

My undying thanks to all of the Sandies who created this wonderful website. Was there ever a graduating class like the Class of '54? I don't think so! You are all a part of my life. Peace and Love, Linda


Dean Carpenter
 
Denison, TX
 
6/19/02
 

Great to see the web page and names of everyone. Was disappointed when first page deal did not make and sty available. Hope I can get to one of the events in future.

 


 
Bill Murray
 
Hollywood
 
4/12/02
 

Hey! You guys really know how to party out there in West Texas!

 

 


 

 

 
     
 
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