Waco Town Crier – February 2024

Here is the February issue of The Town Crier. 

Do not forget to keep us all informed about any changes in your information. We hope to be able to stay in touch with everyone. Again, a tremendous thanks to David Dibb who keeps our directory current, to Elizabeth Bentley who keeps our fantastic website up to date, and to Pat Payne who financially makes certain we have a website. These folks do us a tremendous job. I do not know about you, but I use our website most often and I daresay we have the best high school website ever!

Stay healthy, keep making memories, and keep sharing your adventures and experiences with the class of WHS 1960. If you find any memorabilia with classmates, send those along so all of us can reflect on days of our youth.


Contents this month include:

  • From The Editor
  • From Our Graduates
  • Updates
  • Top 10 New Years Resolutions
  • February Birthdays
  • Medical Corner
  • Did You Know?
  • Humor

3 comments on “Waco Town Crier – February 2024

  1. Clara Sue Griffis Arnsdorf: “Interesting facts on the ‘horses’—from Howard Dudgeon—I remembered ‘Black Jack’ from the JFK funeral. I was teaching in California when JFK was assassinated — that was the quietest my 7th graders
    ever were. The horse was mentioned numerous times during the event.
    We are finally having above freezing temps in NE—and someday the snow in our yard may all be gone….June maybe.

  2. Susan Harkness Hill: “I sure enjoyed the Waco Hi Crier as usual. I wish I had something fun and newsy to send. Life is as usual here in NM. Ralph and I are still riding and doing mounted shooting when weather permits, and it has been
    COLD here too.

    I did have a response to Howard’s trivia info on the military horses though. Sgt. Reckless was much more than a pack horse. I believe she was the only horse to ever receive a Sgt. Rank and 2 purple hearts.”

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