Requesting all PHS Panthers to post band & drill team photos here.
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This is a large 10 x 12.5 storybook. The price is $95.00. For ordering information, text me at 903-806-8539 or email me at [email protected]
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H.B. Pemberton High School Class of 1970 + 2 years Class Reunion
There is a Panther celebration coming April 29 - May 1, 2022 in our hometown Marshall. ALL Pemberton Panthers ( regardless of graduation year) are invited to attend. The fee is $30 per person and vaccinations are encouraged. If interested please to this post or contact Laronia Oliver (‘69) at [email protected] for further information. We look forward to celebrating with fellow Panthers.
Thank you Pemberton High School for having us The Madison Weddings & Special Events 6-10-21!
Thanks in advance for your prayers and condolences.
The Johnson Family.
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Crested Owl (Lophostrix cristata) in Ecuador by Jess Findlay Photography
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Panther Alert!!!!!!!! Panther Alert!!!!!!! PANTHER PARTY!!!!!
In case you haven’t heard you are invited to a PANTHER PARTY Oct 13-15,2023 in the big city of Marshall, and you don’t want to miss it.
‘What do I do to join in on the fun?’ Glad you asked. Early Bird donation of $30/per attendee was due by August 12, 2023. Any donation received after today is $35/per attendee.
2) Cash App….$grannymag7 (Laronia)
3) Paypal……..[email protected]
4) Mail check or money order payable to Laronia
8000 State Highway 43 N
Karnack, Texas 75661
5) Catch Laronia or Charles Lister with a check or money order. (Laronia…903-926-5072)
The weekend agenda:
Friday, October 13th Meet and Greet 6:00 p.m.
Fish Fry and Fixins
1 Lister Place 2903 W. Pinecrest Drive Marshall, Texas
Saturday, October 14th Panther Party Time 6:30 p.m.
Bar-B-Que and Fixins Soft drinks, water and ice will be provided. BYOB
American Legion Hall 2711 W. Houston Street Marshall, Texas
The committee encourages those needing hotel accommodation to BOOK NOW. There are several events happening in Marshall that weekend and the rooms are filling quickly. Unfortunately, we were unable to book a block of rooms because of the other events.
Also note this event is just a gathering of friends and not a traditional reunion. We plan to party like the good times held on Spring Street…. Ya’ll remember those parties. (Wink)
Additionally, if you know of a Panther who has not received communication about the party, PLEASE, PLEASE SHARE this email or information with them. It’s going to be a grand time and we don’t want anyone to miss out.
The Panther Party Committee
It is with deep sadness that we relate the passing of one of our most incredible teachers, Mr. S. A. (Sam) Anderson. He taught Biology at Pemberton High School for many years, and coached a great many young men throughout their teen years. Mr. Anderson was an erudite instructor, an understanding mentor and a great guide through the intricacies of life. He will be missed.
This is a picture of Gloria McAfee Doucette and her date with Mr. John Wilborn and his wife. Mr. Wilborn was the second black mayor of Marshall in the ‘90s. I did not know that. I knew Mr. Birmingham was the 1st black mayor and Mrs. Birmingham had been a City Commissioner. In fact, Mrs. Birmingham was on the City Council when Mr. Wilborn was mayor.
Hello, Panthers! We have a request. This might be a long shot, but someone is seeking as much information as possible about a FIELD TRIP taken by PHS students during the 1960 -1961 school year. It was a trip to JONES CHICKEN FARM on Hwy 43. Do any of you know or remember anything about this? Perhaps you have siblings that participated? Please weigh in here with whatever info you have. Panthers always come through!
Thank you in advance!
H. B. Pemberton Class of 1967, 56th Class Reunion - Sunday, June 11, 2023
(I never remember to post from the last day first. I’ll work on that the next time.)
The Class was the guest of our classmate, Deacon Virgil Bell at Bethesda BC, for Sunday morning worship. Following services, we went to Catfish Village in Waskom for lunch. Here are some pictures from our gathering there. We are thankful that Faye Craver Carraway felt up to joining us for lunch.
H. B. Pemberton Class of 1967 celebrated our 56th Class Reunion on Friday Night, June 9, 2023 - Sunday, June 11, 2023 at the Marshall Convention Center both Friday and Saturday nights. Friday night, we were dressed in our causal white for a night of fellowship. Our classmate Theresa Brown catered for us that night.
We paused things on Saturday morning to attended the funeral of our classmate Clarence Carraway at Julius S. Scott, Sr. Chapel at Wiley College. Please pray for our classmate Faye Craver Carraway and her family as they adjust to a new normal without her husband and friend.
On Saturday night, our gorgeous decorations were done by our classmate Ola May Bennett Dushane. Ola May is truly gifted. The Memorial Table and Memory Board of our deceased classmates were done by our classmates, Robbie Hubbard Sneed and Sandra Haggerty Vance. They also included a frame photograph of Clarence. It was such a moving tribute. Janice Morris Davis made the Class of 1967 Friendship Quilt featuring friendship stars with pictures of Mr. H. B. Pemberton and Mr. G. A. Rosborough with a brief history of the only two principals at Pemberton. Our Mistress of Ceremony was Betty Franklin Williams.
Thanks to our classmate, Kathy Collier Fitzgerald’s daughter Tamara Floyd, who shared her pictures with us and she recommended her friends from Dallas to the Reunion Committee as our caters. The food was very good, both nights. I really appreciate Tam. I was just too busy to get pictures this time. Eugene McMillian did our group and individual pictures for classmates.
H. B. Pemberton Class of 1967 has lost our classmate and friend, Clarence Carraway, husband of our classmate, Faye Craver Carraway. We are praying for Faye and the family. The information about his services is below.
I recognize Ms. Fuller, Mrs. Stephens and Mr. Rosborough. Who knows the other administrators and/or teachers?
Welcome to 2023!
Happy New Year, Panthers!
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Mack Guice filling the air with beautiful music!
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The Starr Family Home honored Mr. Fred Lewis with a Historical Marker on October 7, 2022. [Mr. Lewis’s life story is great and a true picture of race relations in Harrison County. Google his story, then read the Starr Family story. The relationship of Mr. Lewis with the Starr family came full circle.]
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Happy 96 years young! Thank you for the opportunity! 💜
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If you haven’t heard Steph read the audio version of ‘Tanqueray,’ you’re missing out. At first the audio department was leaning toward hiring a voice actress. But they invited Steph into the studio for a test read—just in case. Five minutes later everyone in the sound booth was high-fiving each other. How quickly we’d forgotten that our heroine is an elite performer across all mediums. Her voice adds a punch of hilarity to the funny stories, and the ending especially gets quite emotional. Both the book and audiobook have a ‘5-star’ review rating, but many reviewers say the audio version is their favorite. The book reads like an oral history, so it makes sense. One reviewer writes: ‘It’s like having the most interesting person at the party, all to yourself.’ ‘Tanqueray’ is available on Audible, and wherever audiobooks are sold.
So true! 🙌
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