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As a youth, I lived in Memphis and my father, who loved cars. would take me over the West Memphis on  Saturday nights to watch the hot-rod races. 

As a youth, I lived in Memphis and I went to East High. You could say I really wasn't crazy about school and looked forward to the Summer when it was over, I loved my free time in the Summer, so I was a bit sad when my father asks me

to go yo work with him one day in Jun darn!  My dad owned a furniture store he named Golden's in midtown Memphis. He was popular because he not only sold furniture, carpets, drapes but would go to individual homes to see if it looked just right. Anyway, with my eyes looking down, I ask him "ok. where are we going?"

Hi George, I hear you talking about the snow ball throwing bears so I'm sending you a pic of them!! These are at the Dixie queen out in Cordova!  Enjoy!!

 

If you're really looking for something to do, try carving your sharpened pencil to forms like these.   

 

I'm sure George Loves putting together America's Great Songs as much as we love hearing them and in taking his lead I put together a little presentation for all my family and friends to honor AMERICA, the GREATEST NATION ON EARTH. - Southside Tommy

This ad is on a 1981 Mid-South Magazine. Salesmen at Oakley-Keesees. I heard you talking about fact o bake on the radio. - Sunny Listener, Connie George

Mrs Rogers said Adrian would always joke about them meeting in the fourth grade but didn't get serious until the sixth grade. During his Sunday services I would adjust the overhead lighting controls for the TV cameras anytime during  the service he would start to move around and during events like "The Singing Christmas Tree" I operated one of the super trouper spotlights.  It was always such a honor to work with Adrian Rogers when I was on the light committee. - Southside Tommy

The Notre Dame class of 1969 celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of its graduation at a dinner in the Dahnke Ballroom, Duncan Student Center on Saturday, June 1, 2019. Just before the meal was served, master of ceremonies John Hickey introduced Dr. Bill Hurd to play “My Heart Will Go On” (Theme song of the 1997 movie Titanic) on his soprano saxophone. Bill dedicated the song to the 178 deceased members of the class. You could have heard a pin drop while Bill played the tune. Click Here for Video

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