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21 - June 27, 2011 12:50 am

Name:

Martha(Jones) Goodman

Year Grad:

1959

Comments:

The best of South Side for me was the
Band. I was fortunate enough to see Mr. Willhelm at the 1957 50th class reunion (went with my sister Strickie)
He died shortly after that. He has had a very big impact on my life. He taught us to have appreciate music.

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22 - April 13, 2011 3:33 pm

Name:

Mary Jean Tucker Edgar

Year Grad:

1965

Comments:

This is great reading...haven't seen alot from my classmates posted...I lived on Fernwood Street then in the Philsar Apartments. Went to Longview then began my sophomore year in the new Southside in 1962 or 63'..I loved those years at Southside.....have some great memories!!!!!!

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23 - June 7, 2010 4:06 am

Name:

Janet R Duffy

Year Grad:

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My Daddy, James Radford, graduated in the early 40's from South Side. He married Doris Nelson who graduated St. Agnes in 1944. They attended Daddy's 50th High School Reunion and had a great time but that was a good while agao! My parents are both still alive in Atlanta, GA and would enjoy hearing from anyone who knew Daddy (or my Mom)"back in the day"-770 446-8237. Call them and tell them to check their email! dorsie13@hotmail.com or dorsie13@gmail.com Thanks!

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24 - August 30, 2009 11:40 pm

Name:

helen truss

Year Grad:

app. 1963

Comments:

my name is jackie walker, i went to prospect and longview schools. helen and i were very close friends for she liver just across the street from me in prospect park.can anyone tell me anything about her.contact me at bjcraftaaaa2bellsouth.net jackie walker 6622869615 or cell 6624150622

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25 - August 22, 2008 3:10 pm

Name:

constance waymon alber

Year Grad:

1949

Comments:

This site brings back a million memories, some i thought were forgotten. I have tried to explain to my grandchildren how things were back in the fifties, but their only frame of reference is "Happy Days' which I think is a little tame for how things actually were. I lived at the corner of Trigg and Florida, so my Saturday "haunt" was the Joy theatre where I would take my little brother, Gerald Waymon, SS '51 and 25 cents each to see a double feature, a serial, cartoons, news of the world and previews of the coming week. We would get there when the movie opened, spend our 10 cents to get in with a nickle each for popcorn, drink and candy which if the movies were good sometimes lasted through the 2nd show. People now are amazed that movies did not clear out after the first shows and you could stay til they closed if you wanted to! Also, amazing, the fact that at 10 years of age we walked, all alone, through what today is one of the scariest neighborhoods in Memphis and no one ever thought twice about all the mayhem going on today. And, during WWII, we were all of one mind, all patriots and totally committed to our country....which may be why when Korea broke out, both my brother and i joined the Marine Corps.
I never see any postings from anyone in my class and wonder where they are today. I know Lewis Pritchet lives in Florida and still conducts motivational speeches but don't know of any others. Would love to hear from any of you. Connie

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