Remember in Duncan

Remember in DuncanThis is a snapshot from a Facebook group thread named ‘Remember in Duncan’ – it took off like a rocket up to more than 4,000 members seemingly overnight. The admin was gracious enough to suggest I may copy anything they have but I like this idea better. If you see something you like you may click through to the group via your Facebook account.

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Weather is getting cooler now...the question is how cool before you turn on your furnace and how warm in the spring before you turn on your ac??? ... See MoreSee Less

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Ronald D JaquesI turn both on and off when my wife gets too cold or warm. Simple for me.

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Diana Byford GloverWhat????? I live in Houston now. We don’t do “turn the a/c off.”

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Jim RImmerI live in Houston area, too. We use both in the same day.

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Richard TurnerYou turn off the ac???

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Marilyn Smith Conner-CurtisWhen the low is in the low forties and when the high Is in low eighties, respectively.

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Lou KnottJR said we're going to need a new thermostat. Wearing the old one out going up and down.

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Phil C PaceWhen my wife says to flip the switch...😊😊😊. Sometimes flip it back when she’s not watching...😊

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Here is my dad's 25 year pin from HOWCO. ... See MoreSee Less

Here is my dads 25 year pin from HOWCO.

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Aaron StanfillI really miss seeing this old style emblem.

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Betty TateI still have my Dad’s.

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Sherry Coates WilsonFlying H

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Kyle CollinsDale ... there were certain stones with the Halliburton pin for different years. I can remember a ruby pin but don't know the year it went with. What was the criteria for 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 year pins ???

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Cecil HollandWow, what a beautiful pin. There was a company with appreciation and class.

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Billy Jack AllenNICE

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It’s just not the same is it ?

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Tony R SimmsThis was a great service back in the day. A couple of years ago I had the chance to visit my brother working the Duncan Football game. Managing timing it all with the press box and commercials. What made me sentimental was looking around at the other studio rooms. Just imagining "Tiny" Duval at the mic. NOW it's an automatic programming station using feeds from other places. It's not a live radio station. It's understandable. The listening area and advertising revenue most likely would not allow to pay a DJ ( not economically pheasable) and still operate and maintain equipment.

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Bill EckartHow are they serving the public by giving us personalities no where near Duncan or even in the state

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Robert BilbreyDo they even broadcast the local football games anymore

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Jody RandleRosella, do you know if they still broadcast games?

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Elizabeth K. Allen OverstreetJust not the same - I agree - sad so many things now are automated even some people are automated.

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There is no doubt that Halliburton has made a huge impact on the City of Duncan, especially in past years. I used to think that most everyone worked for Halliburton at one time, which includes me. I worked for the Company in the Tax Department from 1972 to 1981. My company number was 42152. Did you or a family member work for Halliburton ??? Do you remember your company number ??? ... See MoreSee Less

There is no doubt that Halliburton has made a huge impact on the City of Duncan, especially in past years. I used to think that most everyone worked for Halliburton at one time, which includes me. I worked for the Company in the Tax Department from 1972 to 1981. My company number was 42152. Did you or a family member work for Halliburton ??? Do you remember your company number ???

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Dale NicholsMy father, my sister, my brother and me. Only my mother did not work for HOWCO at one time or another. It was frequently the highest paying job in Duncan. I went to the Truck Shop for $1.50 per hour as a college-bound student. I made enough the summer of 1960 to fund my first year at Cameron. I actually liked working in the sauna they called the truck shop. My work had a beginning and an end -- and I know exactly what I was expected to do. The forklift dumped two frame rails on the floor and in 3 months we turned it into a big red and gray cement truck and waved as it chugged out the door. I learned a lot in two summers there.

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Jacqueline Canada DowningMy father worked for Halliburton from 1948-1982. He started out in Cushing and at time of his death was at Bossier City yard.

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Bill CopeMy number 24725 for 36 yrs. wife for 32 yrs. Father-in-law for 28 yrs!

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Terry WardMy dad worked there forever beginning about 1938 or 1939.

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Jon HoardI worked for Halliburton, in Electronic Assembly & Inspection from 1974 to 1994 & again from 1997 to 1999. #46222. I also worked for the flow measurement division they sold, which became Nuflo/Cameron Measurements​, from 2005 to 2014 (Retired) #56911. If you never worked for Halliburton directly, your business probably depended on their payroll.

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Tamara ScottWorked there from 74-77, til I joined the AF, first in the manufacturing plant driving a tow motor (forklift) hauling raw material to machine shop and parts to the truck build shop. Right before I quit I was ferrying partially built up semi's to OKC.

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Grace Lane4 family members worked there 3 long enough to retire .

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Leola Rather AndersonMy dad until he died in 1974. Two aunts, a cousin, my sister, my niece, two nephew-in-laws. Both brothers.

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Pat GrayMy Uncle, Steve Haas started out here and after a couple of years had the opportunity to go to Germany. Best move he ever made, retired there after about 45 yrs or so. I also had a Aunt and Uncle, Eddie and Mary Bearce who retired from there, as wellas my husand Gary Gray, who retired and went back. Couldn't get enough! LOL

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Paula GaryThink both my grandad's numbers were 3 digits?? Mark Russell?

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Toney HearellWorked in the Data Processing department from 1957 to 1984 in Duncan then was transferred to the data center in Arlington, Texas. My number was 11402

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Dale NicholsMy father left Thorn Chevrolet and went to work for HOWCO in 1940 for 40¢ an hour. He started in the Truck Shop then went to the field to become a cementer during the war. Later he came back to the Motor Shop and finally made the transition to the new plant where he died of a heart attack while on the job. Below is his 25 year pin....

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Vicki PerrittMy dad, granddad, and uncle all worked for Halliburton when I was growing up. All retired from there as well.

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Betty Jennings Robinson#29153 for me. My dad, brother, uncles, several cousins worked there. Good old days!!!

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Donna CopeMy original number was 54767. My SAP number was 106197. I worked 2 summers while in college before going full-time in 1976. I retired after 39 years.

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Bobbie GarrityMy Dad (L.S. Bowen) worked in Shipping Export Dept., & retired from Halliburton.

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Pat GrayMost of us it has fed, paid our bills and enabeled us to have children and take care of them, and retire. I'm truly sorry for anyone that has gotten sick from working there, but you can get sick from lots of things, including water and food. I would hate to think about what would happen to this County if Halliburton closed up.

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Jamie RoeMy daddy, Jim Dryden, 22695.

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Jimmie WilsonI worked in the engineering dept, but don't remember having a number. That was 1950.

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Wanda Simpson17901, worked for 40 years, some good and some bad days but am glad I worked there, have enjoyed retirement for some 20 years now.

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Laura Emmons FreemanWorked there from 1967 to 1978, # 32758

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Zeldarae Moore DavisI think mine was 70022. 1977-1985 and 1989-2007. I probably have my badge somewhere!

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Bonnie J. Bauer VanBergMy husband worked there in the research center....electrical engineer. #50394

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Ashton MajorMy family has, combined, over 150 years in with the company!

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Ann PorterMy great uncle, Hayden Roberts, went to work for Earl P in the very early years. My dad was hired when he returned from WW2 in 1946. Started in the lab and retired in 1987 as head of production improvement. Don't have his badge #

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A group of teachers at Woodrow Wilson during the school year 1959 - 1960. Do you know any of them ??? Answer is just below this picture. ... See MoreSee Less

A group of teachers at Woodrow Wilson during the school year 1959 - 1960. Do you know any of them ??? Answer is just below this picture.

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Kyle CollinsNames of the teachers and administrators from picture above.

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Kyle CollinsGrace Shaefer ... I had her in Geography at DJHS in 1963.

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Neil RosserMichele Lasater Evans - check the middle row far right ha! Awesome.

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Terry Heath HarrisonMiss Knott - 1st grade, Mrs Lassater- 2nd grade, Mrs Philpott-3rd grade

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Cheryl SimsI had Mrs. Sleeker. Mrs. Brumley & Mr. Cary.

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Gary T ColemanI had three of the teachers, Mr Cary, Mrs Philpott, Mrs Adams, Mrs Dimery was the Principal

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Jacqueline Canada DowningRecognize Ms Philpott and Ms Knott.

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Mike Nancy GranthamI knew six of them. Andy Cary was my principal in Jr. High. Spanked me a few times. I'm quite sure I deserved it! Great guy!

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Mike Nancy GranthamHad Mrs. Lindsey 2nd grade Will Rogers. Grace Shaefer, Junior year, Psychology.

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Richard MarksI recognize Joyce Hallock, top row second from right. Her son, Philip and daughter Mary graduated with me in 1971.

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Billy DillonMrs. Venable

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LaLisa LynThanks for sharing. My great aunt Winnie Mae Philpott.

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Sammie Gail McBride RowellMartha Adams King.

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Zeldarae Moore DavisI recognized Andy Cary and Martha Adams before looking. Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Lassater come in Butterfield's to eat lunch occasionally. They look Amazing!

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Zeldarae Moore DavisI think Mrs. Carpenter comes in too. Did she teach piano lessons also?

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Tamara ScottYipper, Mrs Hallock was a favorite of mine.

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Judy Myers GossI had Miss Fink, Mrs. Shaffer and Mrs. Sleeker (Dennis's mother)

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Debbie Pearson WoolfMiss Knott was my 1st grade at Woodrow Wilson....... l has Kathryn Sleeker, Glenna Lasater....

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Sheila MclendonAndy Cary

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Tamara ScottAny photos of Mark Twain? Mine are all in storage, would dearly love to see some of my mom, even though just thinking about is making me cry.

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Nancy AllenInteresting the first year I taught there (sixth grade) I had books in my room with several of these names many with Sleeker in them.

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Shelly Howard GaudryMrs. Brumley was my 4th grade teacher.

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Marianne FrazeeJoyce Hallock. She moved over to Mark Twain-I had her for 2 years there. I adored her! she was the best!

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June WilhelmHi Kyle!! June (Wylder) Wilhelm went to Honor Nelson's private kindergartens as the public schools did not have kindergarten in 1956. I can't remember all those attending, but I do remember Vicki (Bradley) Stamper, Debbie (Bentley) Garza and Bobby Campbell whose dad owned the men's store, Campbell's, where my mom bought my dad's clothes.

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Jim TravisI see Grace Shaffèr. Second row next to last L to R.

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Please, someone tell me if there was a grocery store where Edwards Furniture was and if, at one time, it was the Humpty Dumpty...my husband says it was the Piggly Wiggly but he is never right about these things....is he? ... See MoreSee Less

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JoAnn ByfordI thank it was H D

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Hazel Mcmurtry Sullivanme, too, Jo Ann!

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Debbie Kindred SavageIt was Humpty Dumpty.

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Gary ScottHumpty Dumpty Leslie Polley worked there in the early 60's.

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Hazel Mcmurtry SullivanThat was when my mom and I shopped there..late 50's and early 60's...

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Rhonda J Mitchell MillerFound proof

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Kyle CollinsPicture speaks for itself ...

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Hazel Mcmurtry SullivanThanks all!! Nothing I like better than being right and my husband being wrong! He said I had my fairy tales confused!!

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Danny MoorePretty and smart!! When will that boy learn!!!

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Mary Lee CollinsIt was Humpty Dumpty.

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Kathy ThomasIt was a Humpty-Dumpy

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Carol Ritter AustinI think both of them may have been there. I think Humpty Dumteyy was there first

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Jesse D. GilbertHumpty Dumpty was near the corner - only a narrow parking lot between the store and the North/South Street. I worked there on weekends my senior year at Empire in 1951.

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Beverly Kirk PateDoes anyone remember the cafeteria that was on the northeast corner of 9th and Walnut? Virginia worked there for a while when it first opened and her husband was in the service.

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Jason HuntBilly Edwards could answer your question, but it looks like poor ole Bob has lost this fight.

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Cookie McCulloughAbsolutely Humpty Dumpty. My Mom shopped there. Remember it well.

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Grace LaneHumpty Dumpty I worked there 1944 !

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Kyle CollinsWas never Piggly Wiggly.

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Johnny HenleyI'm pretty sure it was Humpty Dumpty?

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Ruth Burch HobbsHumpty Dumpty I worked as checker 50/51

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Jamie St John LewallenLooks like you won this one

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Randell PennypackerRight it was HD then pw

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Danny MooreAt one time there was also a Safeway store downtown

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Kyle CollinsSafeway on the SW corner of 9th and Walnut in 1953.

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JoAnn ByfordWhere was bread store Jim said it was same place first

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Since this is "Football" season ... here is the Duncan High School foot ball team. Yes, foot ball. It was two words for a while. "Organized foot ball started in Duncan about 1919 with Duncan playing surrounding towns to include Marlow. Notice there is NO shoulder pads. Those guys were tough back then. The photo is taken with the 1906 High School building in the background located on 8th street between Ash and Oak (where most of us went to Jr. High !!). ... See MoreSee Less

Since this is Football season ... here is the Duncan High School foot ball team. Yes, foot ball. It was two words for a while. Organized foot ball started in Duncan about 1919 with Duncan playing surrounding towns to include Marlow. Notice there is NO shoulder pads. Those guys were tough back then. The photo is taken with the 1906 High School building in the background located on 8th street between Ash and Oak (where most of us went to Jr. High !!).

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Sandy HodgesProbably leather helmets, too.

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Jane Ridlinghafer AkinsIt's fascinating to go to the Football Hall of Fame in Ohio and see the progression of football equipment. They were sure unprotected back then but then they weren't nearly as big as they are now.

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Elaine Vanlandingham BowersAre there records of concussions, etc. from back then?

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Dale Nichols14 Players =small team!

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Janie RammingThey were probably some of the original leatherheads.

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Kaye CollierAnd the team photos then were obviously as full of smiles as the team pics today are.

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Tommie MartinMmmmmm, let's see. I see Ken Bailey, Bobby Thomas, Lance Guymon, Rick McCord, Don Boice, Lowell Watts and Wayne Hunt.

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Jeremiah B TurpenMy grandpa Irby Wagnon played in the 30s his brothers played to I played in the 90s

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Linda Harris ChancellorI like the guys laying down in the pose 😆

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Julie WeednRobert Weedn's father Ernest is bottom left.

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Anne Brown DoughertyYes, I remember him! Uncle Doc!!! Very nice man!!!

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Oh! I just thought of something. I don't remember having any classes on the second floor of DHS. I don't even recall ever going up the steps. Anyone? ... See MoreSee Less

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Beverly Kirk PateYes I had them. I know English can't remember the others right off. But I had them.

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Tommie MartinFunny I'd never given it a thought. I had many classes out back in the primitive area and some on the ground floor, North end. Typing may have been upstairs?

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Philip Russell-WorrellI had biology with Mrs. Jones, physics and chemistry with Mr. Nottingham, Drama with Mr. Hecht all on second floor.

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LeAnn StandridgeScience and English

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Tommie MartinI see now why I was never up there.

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Jack SylvesterOnly spent one year at the old high school and did not have any classes upstairs. Had several at the new one. The chem lab was on one end and the language lab was on the other.

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Mary HamiltonI know I had French, Geometry, typing and shorthand classes on 2nd floor.

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Amanda EmersonA lot! I always had most of my classes upstairs. (Gosh. Now I'm wondering if that was just for well, the "not so dedicated" students!)

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Rachel Robinson PerdueI had shorthand and Bookkeeping upstairs as well as Geometry.

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Phil WilhelmI had English, Mrs. Humphrey's

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Angie Hanks- BurkScience government English

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Becky ClarkTyping

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Nikki J MorrisI had probably more than half of my classes upstairs.

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Carol Jones Dillard-DavisI walked those stairs many times. I had a Mrs. Cooper.

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Lora LaneScience, English were up there.

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Lou SheffieldI had one class on second floor, 2nd class first floor, 3rd class 2nd floor and each were at opposite ends of the building. The new high school was the same for me.

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Michellene JeffressDefinitely...must have tripped and fell up them a few times!

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Gary PhillipsYep English

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Ronald ThomsonEnglish and typing. I think chemistry was on 2nd floor. Pat had shorthand up there. I remember her teacher, Beshie Jackson, caught us kissing behind her door and sent us to principle, Glenn Watters. He just laughed and sent us back to class. We were already engaged 💑. Married 64 years in August. Oh, and Beshie was Pats Aunt.

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Shirley Guymon BransonLatin and typing are two classes I remember on the second floor. don't you remember a typewriter taking a dive out of 2nd floor window?

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Kyle CollinsI had Chemistry, Physics, Math, English, Typing, Oklahoma HIstory ... well, probably about 1/2 my classes.

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John StricklandMy English classes soph. and junior year were upstairs, typing, problems of democracy, physics, algebra, trig, chemistry, etc..

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Kathryn Ann Land VenturaDon't remember any classes downstairs except social studies-Coach Stayton. Oops-and English-Olive Stewart.

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Shirley Guymon BransonGeometry with Mr. Bennett was downstairs.

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Marsha Fenter BolayI think most of my classes were on 2nd floor.

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Photo from Mark Twain School for the school year 1961 – 1962. This is one of the classes, 1st thru 5th grade. (photo from the Stephens County Historical Museum). ... See MoreSee Less

Photo from Mark Twain School for the school year 1961 – 1962. This is one of the classes, 1st thru 5th grade. (photo from the Stephens County Historical Museum).

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Kyle CollinsI think this is 1st grade. Class of 1973 ??

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Sharon Zinn HobsonI went to Horace Mann at this time, but it looked the same! Oh the memories. . . . . . . . . . . .

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Yvonne Monsey MonkresI think my Dad was principle. He retired. in 68-69. Mr. W.E. Monsey. Anyone remember him? Would love to hear comments My Mom taught at Lee.

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Yvonne Monsey MonkresI think my Dad was principle. He retired. in 68-69. Mr. W.E. Monsey. Anyone remember him? Would love to hear comments My Mom taught at Lee.

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Catherine A Kaspereit BowersMr. Monsey was the principle at Irving for a few years. We all loved him. Would have been 62-64 maybe?

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Richard MarksIs that teacher Joyce Hallock?

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Kae Kae WisdomThat is the class of 73, I recognize a few.

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Yvonne Monsey MonkresLOL.....Did you ever get to check to see if that were true,Tommie? Haha.....

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Yvonne Monsey MonkresCarolyn,it could have been to see a Player Piano. We had one....and it ws an antique..Thanks for sharing. I love hearing those anecdotes..

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Tamara ScottPretty sure that is Mrs Hallock. John Coates, is that you? And I see David Phillips. I admit I can't find me...and Charles Derby!

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