Have any special memories from when we were classmates? Share them on this message board.


 
  John Tipps
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
There are so many fun memories it would be hard to choose.  Football games, pep reallies, school spirit, a beautiful school, and on and on.  Like Leslie I loved Bingos, Zesto, Logans, Char King.  What a wonderful time we were fortunate to grow up in. I loved where I lived, what a great spot.  Sue, Melinda, Donese, Ginger, Leslie, all within wallking distance. Good friends, dtag racing, and having a blast.
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  Cindy Sanders Kahl
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
I have two memories that have stuck with me through the years: First was our "Hell's A Poppin'" assembly production when Twilla Hill played a vamp attempting to seduce pianist Bill Hamilton during his classical piece. THe second memory revolves around Senior cut day at Buffalo Lake with LHS Staffers with mega horns giving us 30 minutes to get to school, or else......so we trooped into class in bathing suits and smelling like .....well like Buffalo Lake! We had some really good times, and made some very special memories.
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  Joe Ince
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
HELLO brother and sister Westerners!

I remember the relationships that were born fifty years ago.....thank you all.

The pep rallys, atheltic events, assemblies, after game dances and gatherings, teachers who left a life-long impression (both good and bad), the laughter, the closeness during sad times, being a kid who wanted to be an adult...... are all memories I treasure.

Of course, the greatest memories revolve around my later-to-be wife Leslie Duckworth. I'm extremely blessed!

See you in September 
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  Leslie Duckworth Ince
Thursday, March 20, 2014
I have lots of great memories from our high school days. How about burying Tom S. our sophomore year, Tom & Bingo's across the street and actually being able to leave school to eat a Bingo burger, bus trips to football and basketball games, a Zesto hamburger, square dancing in the boy's gym on Fridays, Class Assemblies, Exchange Assemblies, exciting officer campaigns and learning Chaucer in Mrs. Douglass's class to the tune of Glow Little Glow Worm (I still remember a lot of it!). I do think we grew up in the best of times. Home was a safe place where we learned respect for others and "Yes Sir" and "Yes Ma'am" were a given. I have wonderful friends from growing up in Lubbock and I am proud to have graduated from Lubbock High School and  bring home the Spurs in 1964!
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  Tommy Albright
Sunday, March 9, 2014
Too many to mention, but my fondest memory is of a very kind, gentle, caring man we knew as Mr. (E.J.) Wallace who we dedicated the Senior Yearbook in his Honor, following his passing the summer between our Junior and Senior Years after a long painful illness. 
Many favorites but he has sat on my shoulder thru my life and career due to his personal involvement with me during the two years that I was priviledged to have him as a TEACHER !!!
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  Sue Hancock Jones
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
All of us probably remember where we were the day we heard that President Kennedy had been shot. I was in the hallway outside the Publications Office. When the announcement came over the loudspeaker, I actually heard people cheering. Although that mood rapidly changed after the full impact hit home, I think about it sometimes when I reflect on the political climate of today.
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