Thursday, November 30, 2006
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Monday, November 27, 2006
Here's another current photo. Some of you will recall that David didn't have a mustache when we knew him. He holds three degrees from Texas A&M (including a Ph.D.), and he's featured in the November 2006 issue of Southern Living because of his Natives of Texas Nursery. You can read all about the nursery if you click here.
Sunday, November 26, 2006
Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Lance comments: This is Bob & me at the close of our last convention in the Diocese of Oklahoma which was last week. Yes, we are as tired as we look. House guests + this sort of meeting = just glad to have this completed. My double chin has gotta be due to a combination of Oklahoma's great cooks and my lack of discipline when presented with all that wonderful home cooking just about every Sunday for 19 years. No excuse for my hair do!
Monday, November 20, 2006
Top Row 22: Marvin Berry (to the right of Marvin is Joe Edd New), 17 David Blanchard, 20 Bubba Fife, 24 Ray Eubanks, 26 (dark jersey) Wayne Wofford 2 Jerry Kenzie, 7 Robert Conn, 16 James Ivey, 22 Marion Delo
Bottom Row: 10 Ray Pugh, 13 Gary Norwood, 11 Sonny Bowden, 6 Raymond Thomas, Sumpter Frazier between 26 & 23, 23 Claude Mathis
Friday, November 17, 2006
After a couple of years at Corsicana High, I left to get my M.A. at North Texas. I was a teaching assistant in the English Department, and one day a photographer from the campus paper took this photo of me and Veva Vonler. We're supposed to be discussing a student essay, I think. The picture appeared in The Campus Chat.
Wednesday, November 15, 2006
At Corsicana High School, teachers had to sign in by 8:00 every morning and sign out at 4:00 or later. Since we had to be there for a while after school, three of us would go down to the cafeteria to decompress by having a Dr Pepper. We became known as the Dr Pepper Club, and one day the yearbook photographer came by and snapped this photo. The three of us were also the sophomore class sponsors, so the photo went into the yearbook. That's Stan Williams (history) on the left
and Bob Vaughn (math/journalism) in the center. Are those narrow ties, or what?
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
Sunday, November 12, 2006
Here's a shot of the gravestone of Robert E. Howard, a Texas writer famous for creating Conan the Conqueror. A friend of mine named James Reasoner is on the left. Angela, Allen, and I are the others in the photo, taken around 1981 or so.