the Lubbock High School class of 1954
website. We have included a roster with
names, addresses, phone numbers and e-mail
addresses. Be sure to read and sign the
Click Here For Reunion Picture
We need a
little help here... K Carter 1945-1946
Roscoe Wilson 1946-47
Westerner, Always a Westerner"
"Sportsmanship, then Victory"
Remembering those two
mottos will bring you right back to 1954 and the years at
Lubbock High School. How fortunate we were to have spent those
years in such a special educational environment... outstanding
faculty! Music! Art! Theater! Sports! Academics! We really had
it all. Those were the years that we all went to one high
school, so you got to know kids from all over Lubbock.
Those were the years of peace -after World War II, before
Korea and Viet Nam. Our parents encouraged our studies and our
extra-curricular activities. We learned about government by
running our own elections. We planned our assemblies and
participated in them. We encouraged each other's talents and
Almost 63 years since graduation and its
still a thrill to drive down 19th Street and see the same
beautiful building (now on the National Registry of Historical
Places) where we studied, played and made lasting friendships.
Meeting on Saturday morning in the cafeteria on Reunion
Weekend, renewing old friendships, walking the familiar halls,
thinking back on how uncomplicated our lives were then, we
lift our spirits and remind ourselves why we are proud to have
been Lubbock High School Westerners.
We hope you visit our website often. Feel free to send us your suggestions, additions or corrections, and be sure to make your plans for the 63rd reunion in 2017.
sounds: 33 RPM records, band and orchestra,
multiple choirs, slow dances at sock hops
and cotillions. We remember the trends of
our times: hot rods, duck tails, flat tops,
poodle skirts and saddle oxfords. We
remember what seemed important at the time:
sports, welcome weekends, seeing and being
PICTURE FOR LARGER VIEW
We regret the
passing of important places: Hi-D-Ho, the
White Pig, the Hub,
Hemphill-Wells, White and Kirk and a hundred
other wonderful rendezvous places which are
erased everywhere but in our fond memories.
Friendships were formed and bonds tied our
in truth and in our
Please contact us with any updates to the information we have listed here or if you have any information or clues for other classmates. Your help will be greatly appreciated. We would like to be able to notify everyone of information pertinent to our class and especially information about our upcoming 63rd
want to have fun with our website as well
as keep everyone posted on the latest
gossip and news. Don't forget to leave a
message on the guestbook... we want to
know about you and what you think about
Band Director Dies
Mr. Paul Branom,
93, former LHS band director passed away last Tuesday. His services will be
Saturday, March 4, at the Tapp Funeral Home i(216 N. Gilmer) n Sulphur