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11/01/18 08:08 AM #2283    


Dorothy Fowler (Montgomery)

That brings back a lot of memories from youth. I hope everyone enjoyed Halloween. It rained so hard here that we did not have a single trick or treater. I’m also in a new subdivision that only has 2 streets built out so far. It should be different next year.

11/01/18 02:24 PM #2284    


Stephen Ray Puckett

A recent update on Kitirik. She's now 86 and still going strong!

11/01/18 02:50 PM #2285    


Tom Britton

Halloween - over 350 kids at our door durning the evening. InCREDible!!

The good news is there is no candy left over to tempt me. :-)

11/02/18 10:20 AM #2286    


Dorothy Fowler (Montgomery)

Enjoy that candy, Tom. I'm trying very hard to stay out of ours.

01/23/19 06:25 PM #2287    


Kay Watters (Greene)

Dear Classmates,

While reading the Obits in the Navasota Examiner newspaper, I read where Dorothy Vinyard (Wright) of Navasota passed away Dec 25th, 2018 A memorial service celebrating her life will be held 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019 at Lynn Grove United Methodist Church.  Her arrangement and info is at the and one can leave kind words and fond memories.  She ws 71 rs. old

01/24/19 08:40 AM #2288    


Joanna Hinton (Garrett)


Thank you so much for posting the information regarding Dorothy Vinyard.

Joanna Hinton Garrett

02/14/19 01:22 PM #2289    


William Ginder

02/14/19 01:23 PM #2290    


William Ginder

02/14/19 09:36 PM #2291    


Roger Felton

Butch, that was one of the sweetest things I've read since I can remember.  Thanks so much for sharing the story of what real love is all about.  It seems so few these days ever find what you and Linny shared every day. May she rest in perfect peace and I hope you can make it to the next reunion.  I want to shake your hand....heck, might even give ya a hug!

Your friend,

Roger Felton 

02/15/19 07:16 AM #2292    


Dorothy Fowler (Montgomery)

Roger, you are right. Butch’s story is definitely one of true love. Sorry you lost Lynn. The pain of her loss can never diminish the beautiful memories you have.

02/15/19 01:29 PM #2293    


Robert Hagen

I can only say amen to Rogers comment

Butch so eloquently shared their love story.  Rest In Peace Linny




02/18/19 07:21 PM #2294    


Arletta Parnell (Glankler)

It is a beautiful love story.  You were both blessed.  Until you meet again, she is happily watching over you.

04/11/19 10:15 AM #2295    

Wayne Desselle

Sad news. Harvey Tumis passed away Tuesday evening Nashville.  Please keep his wonderful family in your prayers. 

Wayne Desselle

04/12/19 08:06 AM #2296    


Jan Barnes (Nimtz)

I am so sorry to hear of Harvey's passing and am praying for his family during this difficult time.

04/12/19 03:55 PM #2297    


Dorothy Fowler (Montgomery)

I was sorry to hear of Harvey Tunnis’ Passing. Prayers for his family and friends.

04/15/19 01:57 PM #2298    

Lindy Clarke (Hall)

I'm so glad Harvey had shared all those photos of travels, and his children, and absolutely adorable grandchildren (I will miss hearing about them).
Harvey was a really nice, unassuming guy... and a credit to our school days...
I'm happy knowing he had such a full life...

04/16/19 06:35 PM #2299    


Roger Felton

I noticed Stephen Puckett and I both had the same appreciation for Kitirik.  She was cuter than a speckled pup under a red wagon.  I came across a little photoshopping I did a few years ago to see what she would look like now if she put her cute cat outfit on.  A thing of beauty is a joy forever.....



04/18/19 11:24 AM #2300    

Nancy Jo Stockdale (Peters)

Susie mae can you add Dan and I to the list for the 25th. Thanks Nancy (Stockdale)

04/22/19 09:08 PM #2301    


Stephen Ray Puckett

Happy Dyngus Day!   This is a holiday on the day after Easter, mainly observed in towns with heavy Polish ancestry.  Basically, it is a chance to party after the somber days of Lent. 

In honor of Easter and Dyngus Day, here is the Kindergarten Easter Program from Oak Forest.  You may recognize many of the names.  I was one of the little bunnies.


04/23/19 03:41 PM #2302    

Lindy Clarke (Hall)

Wow, Stephen, was that kindergarten program from
your own collection? I am blown away.
When we moved to Houston, I had 5th & 6th Grades there
at Oak Forest, and seeing so many familiar names is
awesome. I didn't know so many kids started there with
kindergarten. The kids from Oak Forest Elementary really
did seem like family. (I suppose other elementaries have
a similar sentiment...)
Thank you so much...

04/23/19 08:51 PM #2303    


Carolyn Johnson (Blake)

I am impressed you still have things from Kindergarten. I was across town at Roberts Elementary. I didn't get to Oak Forest until the 3rd grade. I do recognize some names.


05/19/19 02:24 PM #2304    


Patricia Bissonnet (Bissonnet)

Many of you will remember G B Fitzgerald.  He was a mid-termer who "moved up" to graduate in 1964.  In the late 70's he bought an old Polish dance hall at the corner of Studewood and White Oak, and turned it into Fizgerald's, a venue for music of that time.  G B died in a motorcycle accident in 1980, but Fitzgerald's lived on, to become one of the longest running most popular music venues in Houston. (His wife gets credit for continuing the business.) They are tearing down Fitzgeralds this week to make way for urban gentrification.  I always think of G B when I pass by that corner, and will still do so.  


05/19/19 03:19 PM #2305    


Stephen Ray Puckett

Yes, I too think of him every time I see mention of Fitzgerald's.  I did not really know him.  His wife Sara said, "I've been here 42 years, and I'm tired. You can't stay up at four o' clock in the morning when you're 70."  The farewell party was New Year's Eve, 2018.   On May 8 they started tearing down the historic venue to create a parking lot. 

Info and photos of the venue:


05/19/19 03:27 PM #2306    


Tom Britton

G.B. was a great guy. I had the pleasure of working with Sara briefly while I was at Merchants Park Bank as she vowed to keep the club alive. Another piece of our history bites the dust. 

08/18/19 04:10 PM #2307    


Janelle Marshall (Walter)

I remember the Halloween of1964.My parents were Republicans when it was not cool. We had Goldwater signs in the yard. Trick or treaters knocked down our signs and broke a wind chime my mother had on our front porch. Not much tolerance then.

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