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05/18/10 04:35 PM #9    

Sharon Mellard (Roberts) (1969)

Ron, you might send a message to Beth Miller (Weakley), who graduated with us, and ask her if she remembers the man, since he would have been her neighbor!

 


05/19/10 12:10 AM #10    

Roger Aulds (1963)

Is There a RV park near by


05/21/10 09:33 PM #11    

Peggy Garcia (Ybarra) (1969)

Does anyone have an update on the condition of Adrian Garcia?


06/06/10 11:41 AM #12    

 

Laura Snelling (Taplin) (1968)

I've got an old Alice City Directory (Polk's) from 1958. I've been trying to find out some info on that old Ranger. I do know Bill T. Johnston, the gunsmith, lived at 700 Washington at Cameron St. His wife's name was Annette and she worked dowtown at a fabric shop on Main St. next to Alice Hardware.


07/08/10 09:03 PM #13    

Kandy Rust (Odom-Turner) (1972)

Laura I know nothing about gunsmith etc, but the fabric shop was Comal Cotton. lol


10/08/10 04:39 PM #14    

Tommy Luckenbach (1973)

I paid my registration in time, but now my lady friend wants to come and registration is closed.  If anyone has to cancel, maybe she can take their place.  Do ya'll know of anyone?

thanks,

tomluckenbach@yahoo.com

 


10/18/10 11:27 AM #15    

Mary Anne Dunn (Bose) (1967)

Best Wishes to Gene Gobble. Hope you have a Wonderful Birthday filled with Fun, Family, Friends & Endless Blessings !

You did a fanastic job with this super website that has enabled all of us former Coyotes to stay in touch & for the marvelous Reunion to come together....THANK YOU so much.

10/18/10 12:42 PM #16    

Jo Nita Love (Adams) (1968)

 

Hello Everyone,

I just wanted to say how much I appreciate everyone who was involved in putting together the great class reunion!  You all did such a great job!  My only regret is that we weren't able to visit as much as I'd have liked due to soooo many people.  About the time I located someone, they'd move, and then I couldn't find them.  Of course finding some people required looking at their name tag, ha!  By the way, are you sure we're almost sixty or older?!

Also, I felt terrible leaving such a mess after the reunion.  I know somebody was responsible for cleaning up.  Next reunion, the rule should be for everyone at any given table has the responsibility of bussing that table.  You can tell I was in the cleaning business too long.

Hope all of you will stay in touch with each other especially those you were close to back in high school.  Take care, and let's keep these reunions going.

God bless each of you.

Jo Nita (Love) Adams


01/02/11 10:27 AM #17    

Adrian Garcia (1969)

 

Hello everyone! I just wanted to let everyone know how sorry I was to have missed this past reunion.  Also wanted to let everyone know that I am still alive and kickin' and looking forward to seeing many of you again. I appreciate the concern and prayers of so many and the visits while in the hospital in Houston. THAT, was no easy task! I didn't have any problem finding the place because I flew in. The Dr. says I have a good chance of going another 20 years. I have my fingers crossed. Hope I have long enough to see many of you again. Thanks to so many again, and let's try to make the next one!

02/28/11 12:09 PM #18    

Ismael Nava (1968)

Just heard from Enrique Resendez that Jan Costillow Crisp (Class of '68) passed away this past weekend. There is a posting in the Alice Echo-News regarding her obituary. Her husband is Darrel Crisp (Classs of '68).

Ismael "Smiley" Nava


03/29/11 01:30 AM #19    

Leslie Crouch (Kemp) (1970)

Hey guys.  I'm not sure that this is the same Texas Ranger of which you have written, but it could possibly be Richard James Peters.  He was a tall (about 6'6") and on the lanky side and lived right next door to me.  This was about 1966 -1970.  I remember because when they first moved there he drove a DPS car but soon afterward (about 1968) he became a Texas Ranger.    At that time people (adults) called him "Dick" since his first name was Richard.  Bob Miller, sheriff, lived at the end of Roosevelt and Cameron. 

At that time, he was married to a woman name Elanie and she had a daughter from a previous Maria named Julie Fritche (I probably did not spell the last name correctly).  I think she graduated in 1967 or 1967.

When Dick was transferred to Corpus in 1970 they moved and we never heard from them again.  I rhink that is when he changed his name to "Jim".  My mother did hear a rumor a couple of years later that Dick & Elaine had divorced.

An author by the name of Lee Paul wrote a book about "Jim Peters:  Texas Ranger" which I bought on Amazon and was not too pleased as I know for sure there are discrepancies in the book.  It never mentions his marriage  to Elaine, nor her daughter Julie.  There are also some minor things that were left out that I know happened - after all I was 16 - 18 years old and I remember so many things - having a Texas Ranger living next door,

Sorry to ramble, but I can't help but think this is the Ranger you have been discussing.  If anyone has something to add, or to correct me, please do.  Thanks, Leslie Crouch Kemp


05/20/11 11:45 AM #20    

Jo Nita Love (Adams) (1968)

Hey Everyone,

I just wanted to say that I appreciate all that was done and is still being done to make the 2010 Reunion such a great one.  I appreciate all of the hard work that each of those involved in the reunion booklet are doing to make it one we will be proud to have.

Guys, we may be getting old, but I think we can wait and not complain about the length of time it's taking to put the booklet together!  Remember, it used to take an entire school year to put our annuals together.

Keep up the good work ya'll!

Jo Nita Adams-Class of '68

 


01/01/13 01:57 PM #21    

Kate McCoy (Lacy) (1963)

I wonder if anyone has taken the time to list those we've lost during 2011 and 2012 since the last reunion.

Are there plans for a reunion in 2013? For those of us from 63, that's our 50th.

Kate McCoy Lacy


01/01/13 02:48 PM #22    

Aaron Bonds (1968)

What a group of decent human beings that attended  Williams  Adams. High  School  from 1963-1973 and coca Aaron. Bonds is extremely Proud to associated with such a Good group odDecent Human  Beings. When is our next  Reunion?

 

respectfully,

Coach Aaron Bonds

 


02/06/13 09:03 AM #23    

Connie Roberts (Douglass) (1971)

I'd like everyone to know that Donna Humphries Swartz is in ICU at Spohn Hospital Shoreline in Corpus Christi. They cannot stabilize her B/P and know that there is bleeding somewhere but have not pin pointed it yet. I am asking for all of you that know Donna to pray for her and her family. They will be doing more testing today.

 


02/06/13 09:06 AM #24    

Connie Roberts (Douglass) (1971)

I have not received any info on the reunion... When, where?

 


02/11/13 10:42 AM #25    

 

Laura Snelling (Taplin) (1968)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keI_lfL-CEw&feature=player_embedded

 

Hope you enjoy the above YouTube link. It features the music of an old Williams Adams High School grad....

 

John Beams - Class of 1969.  He's married to one of Loretta Lynn's daughters and has been Loretta's manager for years......love this...


08/06/14 11:29 AM #26    

Jo Nita Love (Adams) (1968)

Dear Classmates and Friends,

For those who don't know, I wanted to tell you that my mom, Anita Love, passed away on the morning of July 29, 2014 in Temple, TX.  She is now in the presence of God and Jesus, and my dad, Joe Love, who passed away July 23, 2009.  I know many of you were touched by my parents in some way.  So, I wanted to let you know.

God Bless,

 

Jo Nita (Love) Adams


08/07/14 03:27 PM #27    

Marilee Hebert (Miller) (1967)

JoNita Love Adams-I am sorry to read about the passing of your mom (and of course your dad, preceeding). Your mom and dad were and are so loved by the members of First Baptist Church of Alice. It is comforting to know that we will all be together in eternity. I send a hug to you with this message and hope that all is well with you and yours! --Marilee Hebert Miller


08/07/14 04:34 PM #28    

Bonnie Smith (Whitley) (1968)

We were very sorry to hear about your mother, Jo Nita.  She was a lovely woman of a God.  I know your Dad rejoiced at their reunion!  Blessings, friend.

bonnie & Dennis whitley 


08/07/14 09:24 PM #29    

Nancy Linder (McHalffey) (1968)

Jo Nita,

         I am so sorry to hear about your mom. I know she was a very special person to everyone who

knew her. Her beautiful smile and kind gentle ways will not be forgotten. You were surely blessed to

have such wonderful, endearing parents. May God be with you during this very difficult time.

Nancy Linder McHalffey

 


08/08/14 01:36 AM #30    

Richard Gonzalez (1969)

Nita, I'm a 1969 graduate...just wanted to extend my condolences on the passing of your mom.

Richard Gonzalez


08/08/14 09:50 AM #31    

Dayner Todd (Roberts) (1970)

JoNita. So sorry for the loss of your sweet mother. I know she and your dad are together watching over you. 

Dayner Todd Roberts

 


08/08/14 04:50 PM #32    

Carole Tipps (Bowden)

Jo Nita.
Your parents were such special people who my family loved dearly. Sorry you lost your mom but knowing she is with your dad and Jesus is comforting to know.
Carole Tipps Bowden.

08/13/14 10:30 AM #33    

Jo Nita Love (Adams) (1968)

Dear Classmates and Friends,

Thanks to each of you for your kind thoughts and words.  It's very comforting to know you had parents who touched so many lives in a positive way.  I feel very fortunate to have been raised by them!

God bless each of you.

Sincerely,

Jo Nita (Love) Adams


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