The Pharr-San Juan-Alamo High School Class of 1957

Mark your calendars! April 13, 14, and 15,
at the Doubletree Hotel in San Antonio.
Watch your mail for more information.

Friday night in Kerville, Dyanne and Charlene explain what the plans are for next's years renion.

Dyanne Hines Engberg, John Gibson, and Charlene Griffith Lantz attended the PSJA All School reunion in Kerville, April 21 & 22, 2006.


John Gibson and David Freeman catch up on things.

David and Jim Owen Edwards

 

 

On April 16, 2005, members of the class of 1957 from PSJA gathered in Pearl, Texas to honor the youngest male member of their class, David Freeman. He joined his classmates as official Senior Citizens. They began planning their 5oth High School Reunion in 2007. Here are a few pictures of the festivities.

Front row:  Seated left to right, Barbara Pennington Robbins, Dyanne Hines Engberg, Carolyn Hall Killough, Tommy Clark, Don Best, and Johnny Lodge Middle row: Helen de la Fuente Cavazon, Joyce Schafroth Slayton, Carol Dowdy McNatt, Clelia Rodriguez Powers, Mary Sue Moore Orsburn, Phyllis Hirsch Devine, Carol Jean Gaines Peach, and Kathleen Lohr Wallis  Back row: Cecil Wright, Willis Horn, René Alanis, Marshall Devine, David Freeman, Jim Owen Edwards, and John Gibson.

Arriving and introducing themselves. The Bears are gathering!

René Alanis and John Gibson catch up on life.

Don Best and Cathy chat with Johnny Lodge and Paula.

Everyone brought food and we had more than enough! Forget the diet, this stuff is great!

The Pearl Community Center was a wonderful place to gather on a beautiful Central Texas spring day.

Johnny Lodge and his wife Paula were responsible for getting the ball rolling on the reunion.

Our Honoree, David Freeman led a short meeting to discuss planning for the reunion in spring of 2007.

Ah, you patient people, with at least four cameras clicking......

Will you hurry up Henry? This is hard on our knees! — Well, then get in line!

That's a little better but you all need to face the camera!

I think he has them where he wants them!

 

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