LEE HIGH SCHOOL FIRST GRADUATING CLASS 1964
we are fami-lee!! We are celebrating!! we are special!!
we are: “still crazy after all these years!!!”
We will be celebrating the First Graduating Class of one of Huntsville’s Historic High Schools on
September 26-27, 2014
Friday Night Social Event:
Embassy Suites Hotel in Downtown Huntsville onThe Big Spring Canal
2nd Floor Hospitality Room
6:00pm – 10:00pm Casual Dress for tonight
Light snacks, limited sodas, and water provided, Cash Bar Available
Saturday Night Dinner:
Embassy Suites Hotel in Downtown Huntsville Really Nice Great Food Plan to Enjoy and have a Fun Time!!
7:00pm Seated Dinner
Musical entertainment, Karaoke and Personal Performance by Anita Palmer (former singer with Time Machine)
(Time Machine will not be performing for this occasion)
Catered by Ruth’s Chris’s Restaurant
Class Photograph will be made for separate purchase
ACOMMODATIONS AVAILABLE: Blocked Rooms at the Embassy Suites: 20 suites blocked; 1964 1ST priority;
$119.00/night, must reserve early; rooms will not be held until Sept; specify LHS 50th Reunion Code#636
Complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast included, Complimentary Shuttle to and from airport
Located Downtown on the Big Spring Canal with great outside spaces and easy walking around Big Spring Park.
Embassy Suites Hotel 800 Monroe St. Hsv 1-256-539-7373 local www.embassysuites.hilton.com/Huntsville
WELCOME ALL 1965 1966 AND OTHERS
TO JOIN US IN THIS SPECIAL 50th CELEBRATION!!
It is a FamiLee Party and would not be the same without you!!!
Memphis, TN - Sue and I got home from the cruise and we had a great time, but it was cold even in Cozumel for this time of year. This week the Class of '64 is announcing their plans for their 50th Reunion. Included with this issue is a list of classmates from that class that the committee either has no information on or has a bad email address for that person. Please look it over and see if you can help add some corrections to this information.
Need Updated EMail/NO Email: Have Addresses
Arnold, Shirley Ann ( Keel)
Atkinson, Pat (Frazer)
Blanchette, Vernon Gene
Brooks, Linda G (Coyle)
Cantrell, Dorothy Lavon (Fleming)
Chastain, Janis L. (Whisenant)
Cornelius, Don R
Dove, Melvin Ray
James E Hooper
Johnson, Doris J (Campbell)
Milburn, Annalee (Hughes)
Miller, Clifford Buddy
Mincher, Charlotte G Hillis
Seymour, Alice (White)
Schafer, Linda ( Hachey)
Sharp, Carolyn Ann ( Williams)
Shephard, Cecille ( Simons)
Tigue, Kathleen "Kathy” Mary (Dunn)
Tittle, Barbara Jo ( Hastings)
Lost: NO Email NO Address/NO INFO
Scott L. Anderson
Dolores Asbill Lundgren
Joe Ronnie Bishop
Judy Bracey Davis
Carl H. Buckstad
Eliz. Sharon Ann Burch Thompson
Brenda Crabbe Roland
Marcia Crowl Hemphill
Cynthia Jane Day
James Bruce Duncan
Rita Suzanne Fletcher Strawn
Phillip Pete Freeman
Betty Jean Green Byrom
Alan Michael Hammick
Pat Hartsell Maples
Patricia Lynn Hill Hollenbeck
Rex Edward Howard
Merle Huff Helms
Nicki Lynn Judge
Judith Ellen Keel
Donna L. Kerr Dudley
Carol Lee Kinney
Connie Rebecca Kirk
Mildred Millie” Elizabeth Kirk Dickson
Robin Gail Kitson
Phillip Wayne Lankford
Margaret Diane Mason Brown
Alvin L. McCartt
Annette Lee McCraney
Helen Rebecca McCurdy
Evelyn "Evie” Jo Moore Conrad
Marilyn Marie Moore Boster
John Robert Nelson
Glynda Sharon Pendley
John F Ridgeway
Linda Carol Sandlin
Kathryn Inez Seymour Black
Linda Lynn Simmons Smith
Virginia "Ginny” Smith Yeager
Brenda Sharon Thompson
Jimmy Wayne Upton
Please send updates and corrections to:
THANKS FOR THE HELP…..
From Our Mailbox
Subject: Booger Town
As a proud resident of Booger Town (#10 Anderson Street, a.k.a. Green Row) as an infant, it is my understanding that it began near the intersection of 9th Street and 9th Avenue (near Triana Boulevard) and continued to a point near present-day Valley Garden(?) or 12th Street, possibly sharing a border with Bob Wallace Avenue on the south end. It was primarily shanty homes and inhabited by "poor folks".
Subject: Lost Terms
Just this week I heard a term on an old movie. that my daddy used to say to me a lot. He would say "see you in the funny papers" instead of saying goodbye. He also would read me the "red funnies," which was the comics in the Sunday paper, when I was a little girl.
Funny how an expression or term can bring on a flood of memories.
Subject: Last Week's Issue
I had to smile at your article on the fading words of our day was great!! Words like "peel out" are gone forever.
Regarding Mullins, it sounds like a great investment for Bucky Hoffmeyer and his Monday breakfast crew. I can see Marion Humphrey, Marin Lee, Ken Martz and the rest working diligently in the kitchen .......until someone brings up college football and the food fight gets LAUNCHED!!
Subject: Lost Term
I also remember "Good night, sleep tight...don't let the bedbugs bite" which was what my mom said to me at night. And how about "See you later alligator ... after while crocodile?"
Subject: Last Week's Traveller
George Lehman Williams
TT - Saw your comment about escaping the cold weather – I am escaping early this afternoon myself – but I am heading down to Newport Beach to get away from this 83 degrees and walk in the sand and feel a cool 75 degree wind coming off the ocean. By the way – any updates on the 64 class reunion this year ?