Thursday, November 5, 2015 – Throw Back Thursday and Where Are They Now?
You still have time to vote for Gayla Groves McClendon as Team Mom of the Year. We have until November 8. Remember – it is for the chillren as the Sweet Potato Queens say.
First a throwback Thursday to a promise I made and then forgot. So shout out to the Demons of Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana and to Cousin Darryl, Defensive Coordinator for defeating Nicholl’s State in Thibeaux, Louisiana last Saturday. I think an appropriate statement might be “Revenge is best served cold and unexpected.” Great job Cuz!
And now – From the Where Are They Now Files
From Left to Right – Some Seniors of Magnolia High School – Class of 1967.
Howard Pool – Where in the world are you? I thought you were one of the coolest dudes in school.
Alan Clark – Where in the world are you? So good in math. Didn’t you join the Air Force? I hope you are a general or something by now.
John Paul Warren – Rest in peace, Dear Brother. So glad we had those last years as good friends. It was way better than going to the prom together. What is that you are holding in the photograph?
We know who the next person is. Interesting. He is the one holding the evidence of the paint brush.
Tommy Jacobs – Are you still up around Dallas? When I asked UP, I also mean directionally North or as my step mother used to say – “Where the prominent people live.”
Ted Dean – Where are you? Aren’t you the President of Pinehurst? Seriously, where are you?
Great memories from great guys. I do hope all of you are happy and well.
Thanks for the walk down memory lane… That painting is stretched across my pool table… John Warren was holding the helium balloon that we were going to use to lift the banner up in front of the auditorium… Couldn’t make that work so Larry and a couple of other intrepid souls climbed up on the auditorium and draped it over the edge… THAT photo did make it into the year book as I recall….
Yes, Karen and I still live in Carrollton, Texas…We are retired and are enjoying “the good life” with kids (5) and grandkids (17).
I occasionally hear from Alan… He’s still in Oklahoma I believe…. Lost touch with Howard…And haven’t heard from Ted since the last class reunion…
You mention that Larry was holding the paint brush… So many fun times began with Larry… I still remember the swats that JL gave us after he decided it would be a great idea if we soaped the windows of the annex during a Halloween Carnival one year… Hope he is doing well in Waco.
Good to know that there are still people out there that remember on Throw back Thursday!