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07/11/18 09:18 AM #83    

 

Doug Hays

Rochelle,. We got Anita, Poppy, and Dorcell to do 2bits, 4bits. I took a picture but didn't turn out. Anita was wanting a picture. Johnny Davis had one he sent me. Missed you. I brought two French Horns for us to play that Surge well enjoyed so much. Missed you. Sorry you couldn't attend
Doug

07/11/18 09:43 AM #84    

 

Doug Hays

Rochelle. That was Durge not Surge. Spell check didn't even like thinking about Durge.


07/12/18 04:45 PM #85    

 

Rochelle Johnston (Oldham)

Lol. I am sure I wouldn't even know how to play the French Horn anymore. I am sorry I missed the reunion, but my aunt that is moving here to live was upset because she couldn't find a house to buy and I felt I had to help her. Just everyone else's stuff was more important than my stuff. I promise I will be at the next one...unless the angels take me early. 


07/12/18 06:23 PM #86    

Elaine Davis (Flynt)

The 50-year class reunion was a hoot!  We had 24 classmates and 18 spouses attend the event in Fredericksburg at the Inn on Barons Creek.  It was a lovely venue and I think everyone had a great time.

My thanks to all who helped make this a special event.  A'llan and Sue were especially helpful in purchasing and preparing food for snacks and arranging our dinner on Saturday evening.  Debra (and John) were extremely gracious in opening up their suite to everyone for breakfast and wine and cheese.  And thanks to everyone who brought goodies of any kind!  We had SO much food we could have fed an army!! 

A big thanks to Vickie Bennett who brought the "In Memory" display of our departed classmates.  Vickie, we know you faced some extreme challenges in the days leading up to the reunion and you came through like the champion we know and love!  Thank you for going the extra mile for the Class of '68. 

And I cannot forget about Ron Huckabay, who provided our entertainment after dinner on Saturday.  Ron, you are just as funny now as you were in high school, if not more so!  We all appreciate your leading us down memory lane. 

Thank you all for making the effort to come to the reunion, some of you from great distances.  I thoroughly enjoyed seeing and visiting with all of you!  Let's do it again soon!!

Your old classmate,

Elaine


07/13/18 12:57 PM #87    

Ron Huckabay

Two things I had intended to include but forgot - please excuse the omission.

First and foremost - A BIG THANK YOU to Elaine, Sue and A'llan for putting this all together and pulling it off successfully.  It can be difficult to make that many Seniors happy.  Also, thanks to Debra and John for opening their temporary home to us.  (Although John did comment that he thought I resembled James Coburn - google "water hole number 3 movie cast" - ??? yes, I am susceptble to flattery - but judge for yourself)  Thanks to all who helped make the event so great.

Secondly, I had intended to establish the couple that had celebrated the most anniversaries.  I did overhear some conversations regarding such -but forgot to ask while I had the chance with everyone present.  My guess would be Anthony and Mary Mayes or Johnny and Doricell Davis.  Charlotte and I just celebred 41 - so I know we do not top that list.

Mostly, It meant SO much to me to have the opportunity to visit with everyone there.  Amazing what wonderful and loving people I talked to.  It is with much pride that I consider each of you a life-long friend.  Thanks


07/14/18 11:12 AM #88    

Sue Lust (Summers)

We enjoyed the reunion so much.  Thanks to everyone who came.  Charlie and I had a great time and it was so special to see everyone.  A very special time that many people never get to expericence.  We missed all that did not come.  Hopefully nex time.

Love to all.

Sue


07/14/18 07:45 PM #89    

 

Danny Land

When do we get to see the pictures?


07/15/18 07:35 PM #90    

Sheila Hamilton (Wolfe)

Hi Elaine,  Thank you so much for posting the pictures.  I really enjoyed looking at all of them.  I wish that I could have come,  hopefully next time, Sheila


07/16/18 09:32 AM #91    

 

Doug Hays

Thanks for the pictures Elaine.
Also a big thank you to Elaine, A'llan, Sue,bVickie Bennett, David, Ronnie, and Debra for all their time,work, and sharing. Was a great reunion and wonderful time.
Doug

07/16/18 10:19 AM #92    

 

Doug Hays

On my profile I have a picture of the Fabulous 3 and also one of our illustrious leader

07/17/18 06:30 AM #93    

 

Julian Acevedo

Patsy and I had a blast. She really is not an outgoing person but ya'll made her feel like family. And Ron we just celebrated our 49th in June, but I'm certain someone topped that. And to all thy he ladies that worked to make this happen, Job Well Done. Thanks

07/20/18 06:19 PM #94    

Jose V. "Zito" Sartarelli

Elaine , and everyone who put this reunion together, thank you for choosing such a special site and for all of the thoughtful details. We loved seeing everyone. Kathy and Zito Sararelli


07/25/18 12:33 PM #95    

Mary Kirby (Mays)

Anthoney and i celebrated our 50th anniversary on the 26 of May in a surprising party given by our children. 


03/22/19 05:20 PM #96    

Ron Huckabay

Moving to Montana soon, gonna be a dental floss tycoon - in the words of Frank Zappa (among other memorable lyricks).

Well, we sold everything and moved to Mexico.  Loving it totally.  If you find yourself around Guadlahara - give us a call, we'll tell you what to tell the cab driver to get here.  email chglass1956@gmail.com or rh12011949@gmail.com to reach us.


11/24/20 12:36 PM #97    

Pete Garza

My condolences to the chuck lay family, he was a wonderful man. 


11/25/20 05:48 AM #98    

 

Julian Acevedo

So sorry to hear

.of Chuck's passing. Prayers to his family.


11/27/20 08:46 AM #99    

 

Doug Hays

Chuck Lay, He was one of our classmates I think I can say he touched each of us in a way that left a memory of him that brings a smile to our heart. I am so glad I made it to the reunion to visit with him there.
Doug

11/29/20 02:55 PM #100    

 

Ronny Hutton

Sure will miss Chuck he was a great friend and lots of good times with him and remember me and him hanging around his dad's gass station and going over to see Jonny Davis with him.God Bess your family.


02/20/21 08:51 PM #101    

Cecilia Vandiver (Broder)

To all my TX friends and others in the wake of the winter storm, hope you are safe. So sorry for all you have had to endure during this time.

Take care - thinking of you. 
Cecilia 

 

 

 


02/21/21 09:14 AM #102    

 

Doug Hays

All good up here in the panhandle.
Dimmitt had no wide spread difficulties.
Spring time now

02/22/21 06:13 PM #103    

Ron Huckabay

Sorry to be the other Texan abroad last week but Charlotte and I were on the beach in La Manzanilla.  It did however get down to 54 one night in January here in Ajijic. Otherwise low 60s to low 80s everyday.
Charlotte and I do hope that all we know escaped serious harm. We were thinking of you.
Our sincere best wishes to all,
Ron&Charlotte

 


07/04/21 02:36 PM #104    

Cecilia Vandiver (Broder)

Hope this message finds everyone well and enjoying summer. 

 

I wanted to tell you about a project I did during the pandemic year. i asked some folks to send me a picture of themselves in their mask and then to answer the question: "WHO WILL WE BE WHEN THE MASKS COME OFF - as an individual, community, nation, the world?" 

 

Over 50 individuals responded with an image and their thoughts. I created an installation that I had the honor to show at the Museo de las Americas in Denver. I also created a video (link attached) if interested to see. Look closely, besides me one of our classmates is in it too.  

 

Is interesting now that the masks are coming off Who Will We Be?

 

Take care.

 

https://youtu.be/zF34R5rzCNU

 

Cecilia


07/05/21 08:08 AM #105    

 

Debra Summers

Cecilia:  Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful Pandemic Project with us.  I was mesmerized.  As I watched I  had the following reactions:

* The masks themselves demonstrated amazing creativity and focused our attention on your friends eyes --  many of which were quite expressive and beautiful.  But despite that, no one really looks good in a mask.

* There is a very deep yearning in our country for unity and peaceful coexistence.

* Many (particularly of our generation) intend to employ the reopening as an opportunity for a personal renaissance.

* You are very blessed to have so many optimistic and life-loving friends!


07/05/21 10:41 AM #106    

Anita Cameron

Congratulations on a Lovely project Cecilia. Thank you for sharing!


07/06/21 03:35 PM #107    

Elaine Davis (Flynt)

Good job, Sis!  Like Debra, I, too, was mesmerized by the video.  Thank you for sharing with the class!!

Love,  Elaine


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