Class of '46
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Photos - None at this time
Class Roster - None at this time
Missing Classmates - None at this time
The classes of 1946 & 1948 will join the Class of 1947 for its 60th reunion on September 28 & 29, 2007, in Dallas, Texas. More information later.
|Contact Info||Bio info|
|Barker, Ray C.||firstname.lastname@example.org
1429 South Salem Way Aurora, CO 80012-4348
|Ray and his wife, Frances 'Dee" Barker live in Aurora, which is a suburb of Denver. Ray got his BSBA from the University of Denver. They have 3 children and 3 grand children. Ray was a partner in a kitchen remodeling company for 47 yrs. He works part time now as a handy man, just to keep busy. He spends a lot of time playing with his computer, doing part time work, traveling, camping, and walking. Ray says that the NDHS experience was 'The best time of his life" - a lot of fun and no responsibilities.|
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|Herbert B. Dewberry||
|04/15/01 - Herbert lives in Terrell TX. He has two sons - Isamu & Tadaaki and 5 grandchildren - Lydon, Colton, Maxwell, Lera, & Miranda. After NDHS, Herbert attended East Texas. State University. He retired from the US Marine Corp. Since retirement, he as been working with the Dallas County Community College District. His comments about NDHS are "I'm glad it's over".|
1720 Montrose Dr.
Tyler, Texas 75701
|04/16/01 - Milton and his wife Betty live in Tyler TX. Milton received his BBA Degree in Marketing from North Texas State in June 1950. He has 3 sons (all live in the Dallas area), 4 granddaughters and one grandson. His primary jobs were with the Florida Citrus Commission (15 years) and Idaho Potato Commission (18 years). Milton retired in 1989. He and Betty traveled quite a bit domestically during his business career (they have been just about everywhere they've wanted to go. They are members of the ACBL and play a lot of duplicate bridge. His biggest influences at NDHS were Coaches Hyde and Hayes and Cleburne Price (Milton finished behind him a lot in track). He enjoyed playing his trumpet. As to things he would do different at NDHS, he said nothing except he wished he'd had a car. It was hard to date on the streetcar!!!! Milton and Betty spend about 6 months a year in Tyler and have a summer home in the Smokies (Maggie Valley, N.C.). Milton says that if you are there, look them up|
|(Perry) Lewis, Nelda||09/22/01 (Submitted by Roberta (Perry) Biberdorf). Nelda had many miscarriages and in the end was only able to have one child a boy born in November 1965, when she was 36. Nelda only lived to be 38. She was a little over a month shy of her 39th birthday when she died. My husband and I adopted her son and raised him as our own. He is now almost 36 and is a pilot for Mesa Airlines. He loves living in the west but now that our country is in such unrest and his job is somewhat threatened, we don't know if he will stay in New Mexico, where he has been living, or not. He was always a good boy and we are very proud of him. Nelda would have been too. Nelda was a natural born bookkeeper. She worked for several different companies, always keeping books. The girl that was Nelda's best friend at NDHS, was beaten to death by her husband when she was about 30. Her name was Nella, I believe. Nelda died of brain cancer, which started in her lungs. She was a smoker from about the age of 13. It only took about 25 or 26 years for cigarettes to get her.|
USTFCCCA Hall of Fame
Cleburne Price, Jr.ís coaching achievements were some of the most storied in the history of the former Southwest Conference (SWC). Price coached at Kimball High School and Dallas Baptist College (now Dallas Baptist University) before becoming an assistant coach at the University of Texas in 1964. Price served as an assistant coach from 1964-71, taking over the reins as head coach from 1971-85. /p
During his 15 season tenure as head coach, Price achieved numerous accomplishments, including 12 SWC team championships (two in cross country, two in indoor track & field, eight in outdoor track & field). He coached 46 individual SWC Outdoor Champions, 21 individual SWC Indoor Champions, and five NCAA individual champions. His athletes also earned a total of 75 All American honors. Price also coached 11 Olympians during his career, including Gold Medalist Johnny Lam Jones.
Price also served as the director of the Texas Relays, one of the most famous track & field meets in the country, as well as serving six years on the NCAA Track & Field Games Committee.
As a reflection of his accomplishments both as coach and meet director, the menís invitational 4x400m relay at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays is named in his honor. Price is a member of the University of Texas Athletics Hall of Fame.