Ada High School - Class of '64


Cougars '64... Ada, Oklahoma


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Since '64

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Mike Dial

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Nancy Price Allen

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Donna Kaye Frye Mitchell

 

Jerry Emory - Jet

Jerry & Nancy Emory

Gayle & Phil Graham Gayle & Phil Graham

OU Kappa Xmas
Jill and Gary

Judy Howe and Prince

Joan Webb Veach

 

Carol Scates and Barracuda

Carol & John Hayden

Lynn & Jerry Snow

OU Fun

 

Cindy & Jane 1

Cindy & Jane 2

Mini-Reunion-1988
Front Row, L-R:
Carl Fulton, Ronnie Clark.
Back Row, L-R:
Charles Jackson, David York, Lyle Hall

Jackie (Killian) & Norman Duncan

Susie (Cooper) Goldman, Lynn (Van Buskirk) Guinn, and grandkids. The rightmost two kids are Lynn's grandchildren, the 3 girls to the left are Susie's.

The Road to Fittstown and Beautiful Southern Oklahoma!

 

Thelma and Louise on 17-mile-drive.
May, 2003

Charles Jackson

 

Charles and grandsons, Cole and Clay

Jane and brother, Steve, getting older.
December, 2003

 

Jan Haynes Woolheater, Sept. 2004, "taken in my backyard TODAY!"

Sharon Wood

 

Diann van Ness Tyler-Flickinger

Kay and Lyle Hall

 

Nancy Price's house at 423 S. Highland--Spring

Nancy Price's house at 423 S. Highland--Winter

 

 

 

 

Honoring Our Veterans of '64

Don Williams was drafted in November of 1965. He left for South Vietnam from Washington by ship in September, 1966.  There were 3200 Army servicemen on the ship.  It took 22 days to cross the Pacific Ocean and arrive in South Vietnam.  He served his time in the 4th Infantry 77th Field Artillery (Army) from 1965-1967 supporting the Cambodian border in Vietnam.  He was a gunner on a 105 Howitzer cannon.  He earned two bronze stars and The Army Commendation Medal with valor during his 12 months in Vietnam and was discharged with the rank of Spec 4.  He returned to Ada in September of 1967.

We recently visited the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.  It was very emotional being there, knowing that Don was with a lot of men who didn't make it home and whose names are on that wall.  -Dianna Williams

 


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