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Name:  Jane Domjanovich Rosen
Occupation: Former Special Education Teacher, now pursuing other interest.
Phone:
 626-441-2771
Spouse: Larry
Children: None
 
Jane Susan Domjanovich Rosen
 
Do you still have ties in Ada? Nostalgic thoughts
What I always thought Ada was famous for. Famous??! Perhaps as a crossword puzzle answer (town in OK-3 letters)
Favorite memory from High School/Confession Lots of good memories of a fun and special time of life
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Cindy Dicus Halpern, though she's actually younger than I
Changes since our 20th Reunion Inevitable
Accomplishments: A happy life
Future Plans To live as long as I can as well as I can
What is the best advice you never took? Study


Name:  Phil Graham
Occupation: Computer Firm Owner
Phone:
 918-299-1432
Spouse: Gayle, since 1970
Children: Kevin 28, Allison 24
Phil Graham
Do you still have ties in Ada? No, just friends
What I always thought Ada was famous for. Bob's Bar-B-Q and Larry Graham!  To hear him play some Liszt, click here
Favorite memory from High School/Confession Winning state tennis doubles with Joe Hillman
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Tommy Howell
Changes since our 20th Reunion None (yeah, right!)
Accomplishments: Published a choral anthem.  Click here to hear it.
Future Plans Assassinating Bill Gates
What is the best advice you never took? Get a Master's degree


Nancy Price Allen
Name:  Nancy Price Allen
Occupation: Work at Pontotoc Co. OSU Extension Office in Ada in Nutrition Program
Phone:
 580-332-8044
Spouse: Arnold
Children:Son David & wife Amber and step-son James
Nancy Price Allen
Do you still have ties in Ada? I live in Ada and so do my folks and sister and her husband
What I always thought Ada was famous for. Byrd's Mill and Bob's Bar B Q
Favorite memory from High School/Confession Best one was graduating
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Judy Howe
Changes since our 20th Reunion Got my Master's Degree
Accomplishments: On National TV show, Beyond Chance, Lifetime Television Network, with a true story I wrote. Got my B.S. and M.S. degrees and I am a Licensed Practical Nurse. See My Website at: http://www.brainwavz.org/
Future Plans Do more writing.  I hope to travel some.
What is the best advice you never took? I don't know.  I always try to make up my own mind and take my lumps if need be.


Name:  Cindy Dicus Halpern
Occupation: Programs Manager, DHS
Phone:
 405-728-9910
Spouse: Steve
Children: Christopher
Cindy Dicus Halpern
Do you still have ties in Ada? Yes, my father and my brother
What I always thought Ada was famous for. Bob's Bar B Q
Favorite memory from High School/Confession Our senior year march through the school protesting something which slips my mind now.
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Jane Domjanovich Rosen
Changes since our 20th Reunion Very few
Accomplishments: Very few
Future Plans Retirement
What is the best advice you never took? Leave Oklahoma


Name:  Bill Thompson
Occupation: EVP of Peripheral Enhancements Corporation (computer memory and storage device manufacturer)
Phone:
 580-310-6582
Spouse: Marilyn Manton since 1968
Children: Jeff (31), Ryan (29)
Bill Thompson
Do you still have ties in Ada? Of course I still have ties in Ada.  I have a closet full of ties in Ada.  I live here, after all.
What I always thought Ada was famous for. I was always impressed with the conveyor belt at the cement plant
("the world'ís longest", I always heard), and the hanging of the four outlaws in 1909 (marking the end of the wild west in Oklahoma).
Favorite memory from High School/Confession Memory: I thought high school was a lot of fun. That may be because I didnít take it too seriously. I have lots of great memories. I remember waiting for Friday night to finally arrive, dragging Main, going to Terryís Drive In and watching Jerry and Bess fight behind the counter. Hanging out with my friends is my favorite memory.
Confession: OK, Mr. Stewart. I really did have beer in the trunk of my car at that Student Council Car Wash in the cafeteria parking lot. I apologize if I somehow  led you to believe I didnít, in hopes I wouldnít be expelled the last month of my senior year.
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Having been born here, like many others, I went all the way through grade school (Hayes), Junior High and High School with a number of people in our graduating class. However, the standouts from our graduating class have to include Jill Byrne, the first girl I ever went steady with; Gail Stephens, to whom I wrote a lot of poems and shared a lot of hopes and dreams; and my best friends in high school Tom Crabtree, Bobby Johnson, Billie and the late Jimmie Howard
Changes since our 20th Reunion Like others, I have gotten grayer, have less hair, and had a knee operation. However, I am still kicking and plan to be here for our 60th reunion too.
Accomplishments: I took piano and organ lessons forever, it seems. I played piano on Bourbon Street while I was at Tulane University, which was an incredible amount of fun. Now  Iím organist at First Christian Church in Ada, so Iím billed as  the only Ada church organist who played on Bourbon Street. My claim to fame. I am also a great cook, and I can make a mean martini.
Future Plans Marilyn and I have bought 7 acres with a pond on the outskirts of Ada. We're going to build a neat house with room to have lots of dogs, and I'm excited about it.
What is the best advice you never took? (from Flossie Grogan, during the Cold War era around 1966) Use your Russian language major and go work in Washington D.C. (If I had taken her advice, who knows? I might be Secretary of State. Or then again I might be working in the musty basement of the U.S. Embassy in Latvia translating Putinís grocery lists.)


Name:  David Davis
Occupation: Physician
Phone:
 479-442-0885
Spouse: Kathy
Children: Jeff, Emily, Claire
David Davis
Do you still have ties in Ada? No
What I always thought Ada was famous for. Bob's Barbecue
Favorite memory from High School/Confession Hoot-nannies
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Tom Criswell
Changes since our 20th Reunion Older, fatter, grayer
Accomplishments:  
Future Plans More of the same
What is the best advice you never took? Don't smoke

Name:  Sue Satterfield Frederick
Occupation: Elementary Music Teacher
Phone:
 405-382-7665
Spouse: Ron
Children:  Darren and Emily,
3 grandchildren ages 3, 2, 1
Sue Satterfield Frederick
 
I teach elem. music PreK-3rd grade at Seminole- would LOVE to retire! Just finished a huge 3rd grade musical about the 50's- just started on the first grade program- I go from one to another- I also teach piano.  Accomplishments:: Masters in Music Ed from N. Texas, Seminole Teacher of the Year, As of March, '04, I've lost 123 pounds (Weight Watchers) -- Hope to be near goal by the reunion!

Name:  Jerry Emory
Occupation: Commercial Airline Pilot/Captain Continential Airlines
Phone:
 671-789-6225
Spouse: Nancy L. Stephens  Emory
Children: Jay, 2 daughters, Julie, Joy, 1 son
Jerry Emory
Do you still have ties in Ada? Yes, as I have an aunt and uncle in Ada, Jack and Peggy Wilkerson, of Wilkerson-Chilcoat Insurance there, and also have quite a few friends from the old days. I don't see them too much anymore, but I think of them often.
What I always thought Ada was famous for. A good football team, bricks (Ada Brick Plant was near my home), Bob's Barbecue, Ideal Cement Company (my dad worked there 43 years...a good visual beacon when flying..you could see the smoke stack from 100 miles out), Sugg Clinic, Folger's burgers, cute girls.....
Favorite memory from High School/Confession Well, I was always glad I didn't make high political office because I would have found it a little embarrassing to tell the press what "T.H." meant beside my senior picture in the year book, other than that the only things that are really worth anything are the things I know  about certain morticians and big car dealers in Ada, but let's just say that I am pretty safe from them harassing me any...and I confess nothing!
Who is your oldest friend from our class? I would have to say that would be Tom Criswell, as we had a very old lady neighbor of his reading us stories when we were about 4 years old. Tom and I went thru Washington Grade School, Jr hi, Ada Hi, and Easy Credit together, and I even worked for him some during those college days...that had to be one of the more interesting times in my growing up days...driving through Ada in an ambulance at high speed at night and hitting that bump in front of Folger's on the way to Death Valley (view) Hospital was a real happening in 'greater ader'....if you can imagine....
Changes since our 20th Reunion Well, I'm 20 years older, and have worked for Continental Airlines for 20 years now. Didn't make the 20th reunion, so I'm still alive, healthy, and not imprisoned...pretty good for some company workers nowadays...
Accomplishments: I left Ada in 1971, joined the air force, went to flight training, flew out of Tinker AFB and flew F105 Thunderchiefs and F4 Phantom fighters and retired in 1986. Then went to work for Braniff Airlines in Dallas, then Braniff went down the tubes (happened to quite a few companies I went to work for it seems), then I worked for the FAA in OKC for a few  years, then went to work for Continental Airlines in Houston in 1984. Worked around their system on different aircraft, then finally came out to Guam in 1999 to fly for Continental Micronesia (a subsidiary) as Captain on a Boeing 757. This  is a very interesting locale, as  my wife Nancy and I like to travel around and we have visited many areas out here like New Caledonia, China, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, and Japan. We have a beautiful home overlooking Pago Bay here. I will have to retire in 2006 at age 60...are we really that old??
Future Plans Nancy and I plan to initially return to Houston where we have a home, and use that for a base for a few  years. We don't really know  where we will permanently retire, but Houston winters are definitely nicer that Ada's. We like Houston because we can fly from our hub there anywhere in the world pretty easily and we plan to do that for a few years. We also plan on some type of camper or 5th wheel travel conveyance to travel around and drop in on friends for a while. We just plan to go all over the states from coast to coast....
What is the best advice you never took? I wish I had bought more stock of a few  certain companies in the past, but don't we all...or maybe some of us did?  

Name:  Judy Howe
Occupation: Reading Specialist Teacher (retired)
Phone:
 225-753-7284
Spouse: n/a
Children:  n/a
Judy Howe
 
I am a retired teacher. I worked in the Baton Rouge school system for 30 years as a Reading Specialist teaching in elementary schools and middle schools. I have been retired for five years. Being a teacher gave me the opportunity to travel extensively each summer all over the world. As far as family, I never married. My "child" is a fourteen year old Chinese pug.

Name:  Billie C. Howard
Occupation: Pharmacist
Phone:
 405-275-5375
Spouse: n/a
Children: Todd
Billie C. Howard
Do you still have ties in Ada? No
What I always thought Ada was famous for. Cement Plant
Favorite memory from High School/Confession  
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Bill Thompson
Changes since our 20th Reunion Divorced
Accomplishments: Owned 2 pharmacies.  Have hiked and backpacked Colo. for 20 yrs
Future Plans Retirement and travel
What is the best advice you never took?  
 

Name:  Steve Gregory
Occupation: 
Phone: 214-507-1545
Spouse:  Melissa
Children: Darren L. Gregory (38)
Tanner R. Gregory (19)
 
Steve Gregory
 
Do you still have ties in Ada? Mom and Dad, plus  Business
What I always thought Ada was famous for. Great People
Favorite memory from High School/Confession None
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Steve White
Changes since our 20th Reunion 20 Years Older
Accomplishments:  
Future Plans  
What is the best advice you never took? More Math and Science
 

Name:  Judy Taylor Carroll
Occupation:  Ada High guidance counselor (retired)
Phone: 580-436-1813
Spouse:  Jerry
Children: One daughter, Shelly Carroll Beers
Judy Taylor Carroll
Do you still have ties in Ada? Jerry and I live in Ada and have many ties.
What I always thought Ada was famous for. The sign reads "World Famous", so it must be Bob's BBQ.
Favorite memory from High School/Confession Friday night football and no confessions
Who is your oldest friend from our class? NYC Ada Belles
Changes since our 20th Reunion A little here and a little there
Accomplishments: The pleasure of serving my classmates' children at Ada High
Future Plans Travel, travel, and more travel
What is the best advice you never took? Don't date boys who drive fast cars
 

Name:  Jerry Carroll
Occupation: Retired Dixon Valve and Coupling Company factory representative; current co-owner Cartabax Oil and Gas Producers
Phone: 580-436-1813
Spouse:  Judy
Children: One daughter, Shelly Carroll Beers
Jerry Carroll
Do you still have ties in Ada? Judy and I live in Ada and have many ties.
What I always thought Ada was famous for. The hanging
Favorite memory from High School/Confession My sweetheart, Judy and no! no! no!
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Larry Morris
Changes since our 20th Reunion Beautiful four year old adopted granddaughter, Holly Beers
Accomplishments: Being alive<
Future Plans More beach time with Judy
What is the best advice you never took? I don't have a clue.
 

Anita Pennington
Name: Anita Pennington Wilson Goss
Occupation: RN - Educator
Phone: 817-763-9066
Spouse:  Widowed
Children: Ramey, Bekah, Perry
Anita Pennington Wilson Goss
Do you still have ties in Ada? No
What I always thought Ada was famous for. Made me welcome when I moved there as a HS soph.
Favorite memory from High School/Confession  
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Cathy Mayhue and Sharon Wood
Changes since our 20th Reunion Widowed 10 years ago
Accomplishments:  
Future Plans May do a new career with Dogs for Blind
What is the best advice you never took?  

Bob Kelso
Name:  Robert F. Kelso, Jr. (Bob)
Occupation: Retired - Consultant
Phone: 405-364-3497
Spouse:  Lynne Ella
Children:  Christy, married with 2 daughters
 
Robert F. Kelso, Jr. (Bob)
 
Retired from the U. S. Treasury Department after 25 years as a special agent - Criminal Investigator.  One of two special agents that created and taught computer forensics since the 1980's.  Worked with the Los Alamos National Laboratory to develop artificial intelligence with computers. 

I was employed by the University of New Haven in West Haven, Conn. as a distinguished lecturer and an advisor on computer evidence and security issues.  I currently serve as a private consultant to private-sector corporations and government agencies as they deal with computer security and computer evidence issues. 

As a special agent, my work included work on organized crime cases, narcotics trafficking cases, stock frauds, oil field fraud, illegal tax shelter organizations, illegal prostitute businesses, illegal political kickbacks in the statewide county commissioner investigations, money laundering cases and the investigation of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building bombing.  I worked many undercover cases and did work with the Secret Service in protecting the President, Vice-President, and other individuals. 

Currently, I am on the board of directors of the Allegiance Credit Union in Ok. City.  I was the charter member and charter vice-president of the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS).  Presently, IACIS is world wide and has over 1000 computer specialists.  I have one daughter and two grand daughters.  I have been married to Lynne Kelso for over 36 years.


Donna Mitchell
Name:  Donna Kaye Frye Mitchell
Occupation: Retired
Phone: 580-777-4483
Spouse:  Marvin
Children:  Michael and Jay D.
Donna Kaye Frye Mitchell
Do you still have ties in Ada?  
What I always thought Ada was famous for.  
Favorite memory from High School/Confession  
Who is your oldest friend from our class?  
Changes since our 20th Reunion  
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Future Plans  
What is the best advice you never took?  

Gail Stephens
Name:  Gail Stephens Greenberg
Occupation: Executive Secretary
HSNP Rotary Club
105 Crestwood St.
Hot Springs, AR  71913
Phone/FAX: 501-623-4724
Spouse:  Irv
Children:  Robert Stephen
 
Gail Stephens Greenberg
 
Do you still have ties in Ada? Only friends
What I always thought Ada was famous for. Cement
Favorite memory from High School/Confession  
Who is your oldest friend from our class? Larry Morris/Jerry Emory/Judy Norris/Danny Freeman/Lynn Ramsay
Changes since our 20th Reunion Who remembers?!
Accomplishments: Son who's a doctor
Future Plans Keep on keepin' on
What is the best advice you never took?  

Name: Jill Byrne
Occupation: Retired school psychologist/assistant to a real estate top producer with Coldwell Banker
Phone: 918-747-3316
Spouse:  divorced
Children:  Two children,  both married with kids
 
Jill Byrne
 
Do you still have ties in Ada?

Yes, friends.  I frequently crash at  Trigg and Bill's.  My parents and sister are buried there.

What I always thought Ada was famous for.

Spring water -- and Ada can be spelled backwards!

Favorite memory from High School/Confession

The day Lynn got two tickets and her parents didn't seem mad.

Who is your oldest friend from our class?

Barbara Harris and Lynn Ramsay -- from kindergarten on!

Changes since our 20th Reunion

Marital status, job status, improved mental status, entrepreneurial endeavor.

Accomplishments:

Became a grandmother, sold 30,000+ Magshots greeting cards, obtained license to sell real estate, no longer "need" therapy!

Future Plans

Anticipate finishing my personal story with co-author from Minnesota

What is the best advice you never took?

Always avoid the dreaded comma splice, and stay out of the sun.


Charlene Cope Smith
Name:  Charlene Cope Smith
Occupation: Retired
Phone: 918-834-4882
Spouse:  Jon Dwight Smith
Children:  Benjamin Corbett Smith, 32 and Lindsey Claire Smith, 28
 
Charlene Cope Smith
 
Do you still have ties in Ada?

Yes, my mother, Lorene Cope, still lives in Ada as does my brother, Bennie Cope and my half-sister, Barbara Cope Wallis.  I also have an aunt and uncle, some cousins, and some of my husband's family lives there as well.

What I always thought Ada was famous for.

High school football, Bob's Barbecue, the cement plant, and the lynching early in the century.

Favorite memory from High School/Confession

Trip to Washington, DC with the Russian Club. Confession: I preferred Andy Williams to the Beatles and Elvis, though I did develop a taste for Elvis  in my 30's.  I also kept cigarettes hidden in my violin case.

Who is your oldest friend from our class?

Paula Myers Hatton

Changes since our 20th Reunion

Learned to dance

Accomplishments:

Master's degree in English from Univ. of Tulsa in '73.  Listed in the Who's Who Among American Teachers in 1996.  (More important) Invited to play fiddle in the All-Girl Band at the Oklahoma State Fiddler's Convention at Western Hills Lodge. Learned to love and appreciate the great state of Oklahoma.

Future Plans

 

What is the best advice you never took?

"Oh, you can't do that!  What will people think or say?"


Lynn Ramsay
Name:  Lynn Ramsay Hoke
Occupation: 
Phone: 917-757-1159 (cell)
Spouse:  Stuart Hoke
Children:  Ramsay Stuart Hoke (31) and wife, Amanda Hitchcock Hoke (28); Bennett Winters Hoke (29)
 
Lynn Ramsay Hoke
 
Do you still have ties in Ada?

Loose ties now, and lovely memories.  Family cemetery plot in Ada with Alfred Roscoe    Sugg, M.D., 1894-1961; Laura Lano Sugg, 1896-1967; David Cozzens Ramsay, M.D.,  1919-1998; Virginia Sugg Ramsay, 1920-2000.

What I always thought Ada was famous for.

Sugg Clinic; Byrd's Mill; Friday Night Football; Thena McBride Dance Studio

Favorite memory from High School/Confession

Favorite/vivid memory - taste of Zamudio's; smell of new tennis balls; feel of '55 Chevy steering wheel; sound of cheering crowds; sight of "mammoth" rocks at Devil's Den; shock of the JFK assassination announcement during afternoon chemistry class

Who is your oldest friend from our class?

I do believe I welcomed David Davis and Barbara Harris to the Presbyterian Church infant nursery following their respective births in March 1946.

Changes since our 20th Reunion

Since 1984 I've ambled along a winding path and worn some interesting hats:  producer for a video history series celebrating Amarillo's 100th; director of family program at Amarillo hospital chemical dependency treatment center; archivist at NASA & Baylor College of Medicine in Houston; assistant on Bishop's staff at the Episcopal Diocese of New York, archivist for Grace Church in NYC and for Stepping Stones, the Bedford Hills, NY home of Bill & Lois Wilson, the founders of AA & Al-Anon; and assistant to the President of the New-York Historical Society.

Accomplishments:

Nothing major, but random accomplishments include hosting Nancy De as a foreign exchange student at AHS, earning a Master's from Harvard in Soviet Studies way back in  the Soviet Union/Cold War days; and organizing a cheap and busy long weekend in New York City for a dozen Ada girls just days before the Twin Towers fell.

Future Plans

If successful in my general plan to stay healthy, curious and active, I hope to enjoy two adult sons, do freelance history research, design Ahnentafel genealogy quilts, travel   some, and perhaps take up tennis again.

What is the best advice you never took?

To seek advice now and then!


Diann Van Ness
Name:  Diann Van Ness Flickinger
Occupation: Administrative Assistant
Phone: 214-732-2666
Spouse:  Wade Flickinger
Children:  two sons - Jeff Tyler, Tracy Tyler
 
Diann Van Ness Flickinger
 
Do you still have ties in Ada?

Just cousins & a few friends.  Most of my "ties" have passed away and are laid to rest in Rosedale Cemetery. Ada will always be "home" though.

What I always thought Ada was famous for.

High School Championship football; Bobís Bar-b-que (yum!); the cement plant and longest continuous conveyor belt; Byrdís Mill water that canít be matched for drinking, but is far too cold to swim in; the petrified tree at ECU; and a great place to grow up in.

Favorite memory from High School/Confession

I take the blame for nothing!!!!  But my favorite memories are dragging Main, Carlís Drive-In, The Huddle, Miss Brittís English class (she was a hoot!),and football games on Friday nights. There were also the "hootenannys" and "parking." Come on now, I know Iím not the only one who went parking!!

Who is your oldest friend from our class?

I havenít kept in touch with any classmates on a regular basis, however I have had more opportunities to talk with Tom Criswell than I have with anyone else from our class and heís become a good friend to me. I just found out that one of my closest childhood friends had passed away when I visited our class website.  Linda Kay Mowdy was my best friend from the 5th grade at Hayes Elem. until after we graduated and then we both moved and lost track.  It is very sad to see her name listed on the Memory Page, along with so many others. I consider several others "friends" but donít stay in contact with anyone from our class, but would like to.

Changes since our 20th Reunion

I became a widow while living in Las Vegas in 1992.  My late husband, Dean (Tyler) was laid to rest at Rosedale in Ada.  I later moved to Beaumont, TX where I met my present husband, Wade, and we married in 2000.  Other changes are my hair color (I was a "bottle blonde" at the 20th and now Iím a red-head!); I look and act more like my mother every day (in other words, Iím getting older and "fluffy".

Accomplishments:

I am happily married; I have two grown sons who are self-supporting w/exciting jobs (Jeff is a producer at ABC Radio in Dallas and Tracy is a musician.)  My husband and I have a little "Cheers" business we just recently opened; I own a í98 Red Corvette.  Iíve learned to play golf, wouldnít consider myself a good player but I do keep it in the fairway!!  Iíve survived all these years and thatís saying a lot.

Future Plans

To retire from working for someone else one of these days and just make money from our business.  I plan to spend as much time in Las Vegas as I want to and can possibly afford, plus live to be really, really old so I can say and do the things Iíve always wanted to and have the excuse to get by with it.  Sort of like that line from "Fried Green Tomatoes" where Kathy Bates tells the two young girls who stole her parking space, "Iím older and have more insurance!!"

What is the best advice you never took?

"Find you a job in Ada where your family and friends are" and "Donít marry him" (my first marriage lasted over 25 years and Iím expecting my second one to last that long!!)


Bobby Fisher
Name:  Bobby Fisher
Occupation: Paint Mixer with Flex N Coate
Phone: 580-332-5490
Spouse:  "D"
Children:  1
Bobby Fisher
Do you still have ties in Ada?  
What I always thought Ada was famous for.  
Favorite memory from High School/Confession  
Who is your oldest friend from our class?  
Changes since our 20th Reunion  
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What is the best advice you never took?  

Name:  Claire Campbell Harrah
Occupation: Reading specialist retired
Phone: 512-715-9540
Spouse:  C. B.
Children:  Todd, Terry, Kenny, Hans
Claire Campbell Harrah
Do you still have ties in Ada?

Yes, friends and wonderful memories.

What I always thought Ada was famous for.

Miles Lewis, the brain surgeon that was the age of our parents; also quarter horses!!!!!

Favorite memory from High School/Confession

Memory: Going the wrong way on Main Street looking for the football parade, finding it and doing a u-turn in front of the police car leading it and then leading the police and the parade. Cindy Dicus was driving.
Confession:  You sure don't look like a Priest. Just spank me father for I have definitely sinned.

Who is your oldest friend from our class?

Eddie Blackmon and I were born on the same day at Valley View, but neither one knew the world turned.  The "Kinder Crew" picture I've included will tell all.

Changes since our 20th Reunion

The size and location of almost everything on my body.

Accomplishments:

Masters Degree, Squash player, Lillie Langtry Wine Society Board Member, Bull Fighting with a red table cloth and my sophisticated colleagues while mariachis played at our  faculty "school is out for the summer party."

Future Plans

To be sure my accomplishments continue to deteriorate in the fashion in which my second husband and friends have become accustomed.

What is the best advice you never took?

"Don't get married, you're only 19."  "Climbing the water tower is illegal and unsafe." "It's a riding lawn mower, not a car; so don't let me catch you dragging main." "You can't water ski, you're wearing a dress."  "I'm the mid-wife, I'm supposed to deliver the baby."

 
 

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