Waco Town Crier – September 2022

 

Here’s your September issue. Pat Payne is most generous to pay for our website all these years and Elizabeth Bentley is doing a terrific job of keeping our site current. They both have been a great blessing to our class and really deserve our credits and appreciation.

Two of our graduates have really helped to make this issue interesting. David Dibb has an interesting topic in his What Ever Happened To? segment and David Ditto has been great to let us know of his adventures since high school graduation. All you horse lovers will really enjoy David Ditto’s travels along the “unpaved trails” of our beautiful country. Also, much appreciation goes out to you who contribute each month to the Town Crier.. It takes all of us!

Things are getting just a bit cooler in Waco, We have had a bit of rain but are still in a drought. I just hope the flooding in different areas will not be too damaging to any who might be near those troubled waters. Al Stevenson lives in Olive Branch, MS and the late Cynthia Kirkland Mazza lived in Madison, MS. We hope the Stevenson family is okay and that Frank Mazza, (Cynthia’s hubby), has escaped any damage.

Remember-

“Let us be kind to one another, to be aware of each other’s needs, and try to help in that regard.”
-Thomas S Morison

Explore the September issue:

  • From Our Graduates
  • Updates
  • Update Your Directory
  • September Birthdays
  • Whatever Happened to … Geronimo
  • Did You Know …
  • Show & Tell – David Ditto
  • Pictures
  • Humor

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