Come to Our Rector High School
and Learn the Answers to These Questions!
1. Who lives in Florida and has a 58 year old car?
2. Who lives in Arkansas and has a teenage wife?
3. Who wants to be the mayor of an Arkansas town?
4. Who lives the closest to Rector outside of Clay County and who lives the farthest away?
5. Who has a home in St. Louis and another on the lake at Wappapello?
6. Who went to school at Rector and Marmaduke, and who changed to Greenway and stayed in Rector?
7. Who are the two girls in our class with the same last name? Two more? Are there any other classmates with the same last names? If so, who are they?
8. Who have you not seen since graduation?
9. Who told us about shoplifting in Kennett and how she got caught? *
10. Who has the most in-laws living in Tennessee?
11. Did anyone marry an outlaw?
12. Who of our classmates is the most fair dealing? (And you might say earnest.) Please vote by mail.
13. Who will let you spend the night with them and feed you breakfast (for a price)?
14. Who lives in Missouri and has an Arkansas address?
15. How did Jo Ann and Gary get to be inside the back cover of our annual and whose brother is inside the front?
16. Who won first place with a soybean display at the Clay County Fair?
17. Who took us to Mississippi for our senior day?
18. Who could pick the most cotton per day?
19. Who has a cattle ranch in Louisiana?
20. Who were the boys in the high school band?
21. Who do you think would win the "Most Quiet" award, Janice or Eugene?
22. Who is a retired Army captain?
23. Who is Lemuel and does he wear glasses?
24. Who cannot play golf because of a bad shoulder?
25. Who colors their hair? (Who doesn't?!?)
26. Who named a dog Clarence?
27. Who gave Mary Chadwick her first orchid?
28. Who said Sarah and William have five children?
29. Who was a gardener and isn't, and who wasn't and is?
30. Who is an English tailor?
* # 9 was a joke told in our sophomore English Class, ask Janice if she remembers?
Can you fill in the blanks with
twenty-five classmates' names?
The ______ we pay to have a hAppy life Is high for some of us and so easy for others. Some have been happy with a simple _____ over our heads while others have worked hard, paid the piper, and played the right _____ to satisfy our needs and desires. We all left school with good _____ and thouGht we were _____. We have all traveled many _____; some of us have nothing to _____ about and cannot _____ _____ (a stutter) the forest for the trees when the rain turns to _____ and storm clouds gather. Others have accomplished much _____ and are not daunted by the difficulties life has presented.
Gary sAys he thought that if he would _____, he would haVe _____ and the _____ open. But now as he grows older, his hands are _____, his hair is gray, and his skin color has turned to _____. He knows now that all he really needs to make him a _____ is a dependable _____, a _____, a _____, a _____, and a plentiful supply of _ _ _ _ _ _! (use the 6 boldface letters)
P.S. Gary has one more _____ to go:
This was written to make you _____ not _____, by using my _____ sight into the true meanings of forty long, happy, and rewarding yeaRs!!!
Ashe English Jolly Newman Seay Carr Gardner Miles Page SeayCole Gatewood Moody Presson Smart Cook Hale Moore Price Taylor Crow Hynds Moore Roofe Toone
The price we pay to have a happy life is high for
some of us and so easy for others. Some have been happy with a simple
roofe over our heads while others have worked hard, paid the piper, and
played the right toone to satisfy our needs and desires. We all left
school with good English and thought we were smart. We have all traveled
many miles; some of us have nothing to crow about and cannot seay seay (a
stutter) the forest for the trees when the rain turns to hale and storm
clouds gather. Others have accomplished much and are not daunted by the
difficulties life has presented.
Gary says he thought that if he would presson, he would have moore moore (another stutter) and the gatewood open. But now as he grows older, his hands are cole, his hair is gray, and his skin color has turned to ash. He knows now that all he really needs to make him a newman is a dependable carr, a gardner, a cook, a taylor, and a plentiful supply of Viagra!
P.S. Gary has one more page to go:
This was written to make you jolly, not moody, by using my hynds sight into the true meanings of forty long, happy, and rewarding years!!!
Class of 1958 Home Page
July 31, 2012