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I love Boardwalk Empire. Way to go Bill.
Wow Mr. Simpson cut my hair many times. Barber shops use to have a really good smell to them. You even got you neck shaved.
Mr. Meyer was the principal during my high school years (1961) and I never knew he served in the USMC during WWII. He was a part of that "greatest generation" who truly saved the world. Thank you Mr. Richard Meyer and my sympathies to his family. Larry Hume, CMSgt (Ret), USAF
Thanks to my hometown VFW comrades for thier Memorial Service and remembering our fallen. From the photo it appears not many in the community cared to show up. Regardless we in the VFW will continue to remember because without that the sacrifices made become meaningless. Larry Hume, CMSgt (Ret), USAF, VFW Post 8904, Center, Texas
Two more of the "greatest generation" have passed, Mr. Dutcher and Mr. Loganbill. Of the 16 million men and women who served in WW II there are less than 2 million alive today and they are passing at about 900 per day. We owe them a debt that can never be repaid. Thank God they lived when they did. Larry Hume, CMSgt (Ret), USAF. VFW Post 8904, Center, Texas.
Hello memories of 1959 - 1960. It's been awhile but I still remember the two a days.
I remember these in 1959 the first year of football. You were given a salt tablet but no water until it was over. Gatorade not yet invented. Larry Hume, CHS Class of 1961.
So sorry to hear about Mr. Bob Fletcher. He coached our HS Football Team in my Senior Year (1960-1961). A really nice man. Larry Hume, Center, Texas
Proud of my hometown VFW. Larry Hume, VFW Post 8904, Center, Texas
My condolences to Bob's family. I remember his parents Jim and Dorothy growing up as they lived close to my grandparents in California. Larry Hume, Center, Texas
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