Waco Town Crier – March 2023

Everyone loved Jim Monnig’s story about Hector!! If you have a good story to tell about your fur baby, please share with all of us. I do not know of anyone who does not enjoy a great animal story.
David Dibb tells us his story in this issue.

Also, on PBS on Sunday nights, the third season of ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL has been showing. It is a great series. You can pick up Seasons 1 and 2 from your library (most likely) or stream wherever it might be available. You may even be able to pull it up ON DEMAND depending on what your individual cable package offers. Such a “feel good” series.

Again, please send in your story about your fur relative. These are precious stories of precious memories.

This is the March issue of the Waco Town Crier. Contents this month include:

  • From the Editor
  • From Our Graduates and Friends
  • Whatever Happened To … Pete and Repeat? by David Dibb
  • Did You Know?
  • Regarding Ernie Higgenbotham
  • March Birthdays
  • A Neat Idea
  • Memories
  • Blast From the Past – Our 50th Reunion – 2010
  • Humor

Some Irish sayings:

  1. May you have the hindsight to know where you’ve been, the foresight to know where you are going, and the insight to know when you have gone too far.
  2. May your home always be too small to hold all your friends.
  3. May your heart be light and happy, may your smile be big and wide, and may your pockets always have a coin or two inside!

3 comments on “Waco Town Crier – March 2023

  1. Tommye Ruth Blair Toler: I thoroughly enjoyed Pete and Repeat. Keep ‘em coming, David. Howard has an unbelievable memory. Wonder if he remembers what he was doing three days ago? I remember lots of things from years ago but my short term memory leaves something to be desired. Something tells me Howard isn’t bothered by that.

  2. SuEllen Golden Wilson: Loved reading David Dibb’s article on Pete and Repete. What a heart warming read. Also Howard’s story on going to Betty Barkley’s house for refuge. Reading about Betty’s Dad, Red Barkley was a favorite… he was a Dear Man.

  3. Bev Murphy Wells: Really enjoyed David Dibbs’ story about Pete and Patricia, and then later about Pete and Repeat and the beautiful photos. David can really tell a good story! Our animals are part of our family! It’s always good to hear the comments from the various classmates too! I am still golfing or trying to!

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