Wednesday, December 26, 2007

......LHS News......
Originally sent 12/24

Just a few little tid-bits.....

I had an email from '59 classmate Ken Gross.....he lives up Norman way. He has talked with Jerry Morgan several times and says he is improving overall but still having vision problems. Jerry, you are probably reading hang in there! We're all rootin for you!

Also an email from '59 classmate Allison Woodard who lives down Texas way. Allison said he retiring the first of the year after 43 years with Raython. He & wife Susan plan to stay in the Lucas area, very active with his church and his 8 grandkids! btw....all those grandkids are 6 and UNDER! Don't think Allison will be sitting still very long if at all!!

[due to LHS News].... we have been able to keep advised of all our classmates and the happenings in Lawton. We have been Okies for over a year now, and continue to enjoy being back in our home state, after 38 years of traveling around with the military. We will be celebrating our fifty years of marriage on the 30th of December, and so many didn't think it would last, We are blessed with two children and two grandchildren. All of them will be with us for Christmas and we are eagerly awaiting their arrival tomorrow. Again thank you and we pray God will continue to bless you in 2008. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Gary and Retha Lassetter (living in Mustang)

Email from '59 classmates Ben Ansley down in FL & Wade Harrison here in home town. More '59-ers, Dick Densley up in WA and Ed Adams over in Poteau send me great 'stuff' all the time.
'58 grad Carmen Chandler emailed from snowy CO.

Tom Jackson used to be a reporter for the Lawton paper. He moved to Ohio several years ago but still writes a Monday column on computers and all related to computers and 'sites'. Tom & I were friends when he was here and have remained friends since he and his wife moved. Bless todays Lawton Constitution - Dec. 24 - he has done a great 'article' about the Wolvernet web site. I had no idea he would print most of the info I sent him, but I do thank him so much for the great publicity. I hope more will have opportunity to enjoy the site. If you have access to Lawton paper, its page 5-C.

It's a sunny 65 and just a gorgeous Christmas Eve in the home-town. Well, this Santas' break-time is over so I'll just say..."Merry Christmas to all and to all a goodnight!" Georgia

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