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•   Diane Coons (Mills)  2/22
•   Kenneth (Ken) Furstenfeld  2/25
•   William Jewel Howard, Jr.  2/25
•   Elizabeth (Betty) McKirahan (Geiser)  2/25
•   Lindy Clarke (Hall)  2/26
•   John Herrera  2/27
•   Henny Banning  2/28
•   Donald Hampton-Jones  2/28
•   Arletta Parnell (Glankler)  3/1
•   Pat Wilcox (Prewit)  3/2
•   Margaret Anne Ewing (McNabb)  3/5
•   Catherine Callaway (Ross)  3/6
•   Charles Erekson  3/8
•   Doris Ann Koeppen (Janes)  3/8
•   Richard Meek  3/9
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Welcome to the Waltrip Class Of 1965 website! 

Created January, 2009,  by Linda Webster Jennings

Let’s get together again!

What:                    WHS Class of 1965’s Spring Ram Jam

Where:                  Cottonwood
                              3422 N. Shepherd Drive
                              Houston, Texas 77018

When:                   Thursday, October 17, 4:00-7:00 p.m.

Fall, 1964, we were seniors. We were attending classes, going to/participating in sporting events, participating in activities and clubs, and going to social gatherings. We were also taking tests. Multiple choice tests were my favorite. Try this one.

During my senior year, I was __________.
          a. enjoying my final year of public education
          b. enduring my final year of public education
          c. dreading the end of my final year of public education
          d. looking forward to the end of my final year of public education
          e. None of the above

Regardless of your answer choice, we were together.

Let’s get together again to celebrate the 55 year anniversary of our senior year!

It will be a casual get together.

Call/email classmates you’d like to see, and encourage them to come.

Your cost will be determined by what you order. You can preview the menu on the website listed above.

Beginning September 19, you will be asked if you plan to attend.