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2011 NEWSLETTER OF THE HAMLIN EX-STUDENTS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, INC.

A Stroll Down Memory Lane Yields Special Recognition, Homecoming Honorees, and Parade Theme

The headlines of the Abilene Reporter-News September 12th ­ 16th, 2001 read: "Nightmare;" "A Nation Responds;" "Searching for Answers, Missing, Suspects, Victims;" "America Unites;" and finally, "America Fights Back." Just as easily as many of you recall exactly where you were and what you experienced on December 7, 1941, the date of September 11, 2001 equally stirs the memories and emotions of those of us living through that horrendous day in America's history. With Sunday, September 11, 2011 marking the 10th anniversary of what we more commonly refer to as "911," and with the gratitude of a very thankful community to our volunteer firefighters, our EMS employees, and our local police force, we have elected to give a time of special recognition to Hamlin's daily "911" trio during the half-time performance on Friday evening, and to have these groups serve as the "Grand Marshals" of our Homecoming Parade on Saturday morning. Without these men and women, whether volunteer or paid, Hamlin would be sorely lacking in its protection and contentment. Ninety years ago, the athletic department in the Hamlin ISD consisted only of baseball for the male students and basketball for both genders. Football made its inaugural debut in the fall of 1921 under the direction and guidance of Mr. J. C. Tittle. The citizenry of Hamlin at that time were ignorant of this new sport, and were somewhat even averted to the ideal of having it initiated in their school system. Only one of the charter signees for the new sport had ever witnessed a football game. It was at some point shortly following the organization of this gridiron team, that it was determined that these athletes and the school needed a mascot for the town to rally behind and to give direction to the Hamlin school system. Two correspondences relate that it was Mr. Tittle who suggested the team adopt the mascot title of the "Pied Pipers;" however, one oral history suggests that the mascot was named through a class taught by Mrs. Margaret Bledsoe. However the title came to be, it was the perfect fit for the community of Hamlin, TX as related to the children's book written by Robert Browning titled The Pied Piper of Hamelin. As a tribute for ninety years of being "Pied Pipers," the Homecoming honorees will be ALL alumni and exes who have ever attended the Hamlin schools and had the privilege of wearing the green and white. We encourage all of our visitors to Homecoming to pull out your old Piper gear, pennants, etc. for a fun trip down memory lane of being the only "Pied Pipers" for a public school mascot in the United States. For our final trip down "memory lane," do you remember those days when television was limited to only one or two channels depending on the position of your antenna, or maybe you even grew up without a television? Do you remember when there were no electronic games to play, and imagination and physical activity made for great playmates and playtimes? Do you remember when once the family dinner was completed, you played various games together as a family unit, or even invited the neighbors over? In looking back to a simpler and more family-oriented time of those "good old days," we elected to choose "Family Board Games" as our 2011 parade theme. There are literally hundreds of games to choose from, and if you can't put a float together, dress up as a playing piece of your favorite game and join us in the

parade on Saturday morning. We look forward to having you back in Hamlin on September 9th & 10th to reminisce about the "old times" of growing up with your family and friends in Hamlin, Texas!

Registration/Voting/Eating/Royalty... The Where, What, When, and Who of Homecoming 2011

If you arrive early for the Homecoming festivities and have not yet registered, voted, purchased meal tickets, or picked up a name tag, you are encouraged to stop by the Hamlin Chamber of Commerce office located at 245 S. Central on Friday, September 9th, beginning from 9 a.m. until noon, or from 1:00 until 4:30 p.m. In addition, you will also be able to register, vote, etc. in the Hamlin High School Cafeteria from 5:00-7:00 p. m.; and just in case you miss Friday's sign-in, you may still register and support the Association through the paying of your voluntary dues, or by remembering a loved one or classmate through a memorial gift on Saturday morning, beginning at 8:45 a.m. in the Chamber office. The 2011 Homecoming will "kick off" with our traditional meal at the Hamlin High School Cafeteria from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. The meal is reasonably priced at $8.00, and includes chicken-fried steak, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, hot rolls, and sheet cake. Following the meal, the Pipers will take the field against the Hawley Bearcats in Piper Stadium in a non-district tilt. According to the pre-season polls, the Pipers are ranked 10th in the State of Texas for their U.I.L. classification. The game will include the crowning of the Hamlin High School Homecoming Queen, followed by the crowning of the Alumni's Coming Home Queen and King. This year's nominees include the following years and representatives: 1991-Tammy Morgan Clawson, Queen and Christian Cowan, King; 1981- LaEtta Scifres Akbar-Ali, Queen and Rev. Jessie Hooper, King; 1971- Marsha Hester Bishop, Queen and Gary McMillan, King; 1961- Janice Ueckert Wade, Queen and Clif Drummond, King; and 1951- Joy Maynard Early, Queen and W.T Stapler, King. In a change from the tradition of previous years and due to a continued declining attendance, the traditional "After-Game Coffee" has been cancelled following the suggestions from out-oftown exes, along with the local residents. The cafeteria, however, will be open during the football game only for those exes not able to attend the game and for those wanting an opportunity to visit with their friends and classmates. If your officers and directors receive enough feedback requesting the re-installment of the traditional fellowship, it will definitely be discussed and considered for 2012. The Homecoming activities will continue on Saturday with the Homecoming Parade beginning at 10:30 a.m. downtown. Everyone is encouraged to come downtown prior to parade time to visit with the business owners, and to view the pictures in the memorial section, located in the storefront windows of the old McDonald's building, along with taking time to see the Coming Home Queen and King pictures, located in the windows of the former

Heidenheimer's building. Visitors will also have the opportunity to enjoy the dance steps of the area-wide "Texas Tornadoes" line dancing group, as they get everyone in the mood for the parade with their energizing music and moves beginning at 10:00 a.m. in front of the Hamlin National Bank. All floats and motorized vehicles will be organized on the new gym parking lot, located immediately behind the high school complex at 9:00 a.m., followed with all bikes, 4-wheelers, golf carts, kids, and other smaller entries arriving at the Church of Christ by 9:30 a.m. for their registration and grouping. A brisket lunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and will take place again in the High School Cafeteria. In addition to the brisket, the menu will include sauce, beans, potato salad, pickles, onions, jalapeños, sliced bread, and peach cobbler. The price will again be $8.00. The meal will be followed immediately by the annual Ex-Students Association business meeting beginning at 1:00 p.m. in the school auditorium. The Homecoming activities for 2011 will conclude with a new feature in the City Park focusing on a good old-fashioned family time in the park from 7:00-10:00 p.m. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: Friday September 9th: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ­ Registration/Voting/Meal Tickets at the Chamber of Commerce Office, 245 S. Central Avenue. 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. ­ Ex-Students' Meal in the High School Cafeteria 7:30 p.m. ­ Hamlin Pied Pipers vs. Hawley Bearcats, Piper Stadium 7:30 until the game conclusion: Visitation in the HHS Cafeteria; see the notes on page 1, right-hand column. Saturday September 10th: 9:00 to 9:30 a.m. ­ Line up for floats and parade entrants 10:00 a.m. ­ "Texas Tornadoes" line dancers' performance, located in front of the Hamlin National Bank 10:30 a.m. ­ Homecoming Parade Downtown 11:00 a.m. to 1 p.m. ­ Ex-Students' Association Lunch in cafeteria 1:00 p.m. ­ Ex-Students' Association Business Meeting/Class Recognitions in auditorium 7:00-10:00 p.m. - Family time in the park. (See more on page 4)

"CALLING YOU AND ME" 2011 Class Reunions:

Class of 1946 ­ Saturday, Sept. 10, immediately following the business meeting. Hostess: Elaine Jones Lewis in the home of her daughter at 701 N. W. Avenue H, Hamlin. For more information, call (325) 576-3284. Classes of 1950, 1951, & 1952 ­ Saturday, Sept. 10, beginning at 4:00 p.m. in the McCaulley Methodist Church, hosted by Monroe and Jesydean Tabb. For more information, call (325) 576-2825. Class of 1955 ­ Celebrating their 56th year, this class will gather Friday evening in Hamlin for the festivities, and will re-group on Saturday morning for the parade prior to beginning their organized reunion and meal in Abilene at the MCM Elegante` Suites. For more information, contact Dawl Johnson at (432) 337-8686. Classes of 1960, 1961, & 1962 ­ Saturday, Sept. 10, beginning at 7:00 p.m. in Central Place, located at 311 S. Central Avenue, in downtown Hamlin. Host & Hostess: Jim Shivers, [email protected], and Londa Deen, [email protected] or (325) 232-3233. Class of 1966 ­ Saturday, Sept. 10, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the home of John and Cindy (Stephens) Thomas located at 3758 Woodridge Drive in Abilene. For more information, contact Cindy at (325) 692-4432 or Kay (Hodnett) Buske at (325) 576-3536. "Stay tuned" for a possible "AfterGame" gathering on Friday evening. Class of 1981 ­ Friday, Sept. 9, the class will sit as a group during the football game, and afterwards, will work on their float. Saturday morning, Sept. 10, class members will ride on their float in the parade. Saturday evening, the classmates will be meeting in Mike Davis's home in Abilene. For more information, contact Pam at (806) 796-1873, LaEtta at (806) 632-3344, or Kathy at (806) 777-4600. Class of 1991- Friday, Sept. 9th, the class will meet in the home of Tammy Clawson following the game. All classmates are asked to meet on the new gymnasium parking lot Saturday a.m. beginning at 9:00 in order to ride the class float in the parade. Class members and their families will meet at the Hamlin Country Club on at 5:00 p.m., followed by a meal beginning at 6. All other classes are invited to join this ten-year reunion group at 8:00 p.m.

Volunteers Needed

Homecoming weekend presents many great opportunities for our former Pipers to get together and remember their times in Hamlin, "catch up" on family news, and be entertained at the football game and parade. The Association officers and directors unselfishly give a great deal of their personal time to prepare for the annual Homecoming weekend, along with working many of the necessary jobs during this special weekend to ensure everyone has a great time. If you have a couple of hours to donate to us, we would appreciate your service. Beginning on Friday, Sept. 9th, we need workers to report to the high school cafeteria between 3:30 ­ 7:30 p.m. to prepare, serve and clean-up during and following the meal. On Saturday morning, in preparation of the noon meal, we need workers in the cafeteria prior to serving time which begins at 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. We don't expect you to work the entire meal, but any amount of time or talent you can lend us is certainly appreciated. Also, if you ever have any suggestions for parade themes, activities, etc., let us know, and we'll take all of them into consideration.

Technology is Our Future ­ A Note from Our Alumni President...

Although technology can be scary, it can also be a wonderful tool to help us keep in touch with one another. Mike Brown (HHS Class of 1969) has done an amazing job of building the Ex-Student's web page. If you have not already checked out the site, please do so at http://www.hamlinexstudents.com/ . On our web page, you will find information and photos regarding the 2011 Homecoming events, as well as last year's celebration. You will, in addition, be able to register and send in your voluntary gifts online via PayPal, located on our website, in order to help save you some time and effort. Mike is constructing a wonderful Pied Piper Memorial Wall by honoring our deceased family members and friends through the listing of submitted names and accompanying photographs. Please assist Mike by sending him any photographs of your loved ones, along with any corrections of spellings, class years, etc. to [email protected] Our Association wants to thank Mike for all of his hard and tedious work on and through this wonderful tool of communication.

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An additional technology tool that assists us in keeping in touch with each other is the popular Facebook site (www.facebook.com). If you are not familiar with Facebook, it is a social networking site. Mike has created a group on Facebook called "Following the Pied Piper ­Hamlin Texas." This group is an excellent source to help everyone "stay in the loop" about what is going on in Hamlin and with our Exes. Another great group organized by David Casey (HHS Class of 1983) on Facebook is the "Hamlin Ex-Students Association" page, along with many of your former schoolmates and class pages. So, if you have not already joined Facebook, our Alumni president encourages you to jump in and get your feet wet. Once you have joined, simply do a search for any of the Hamlin groups, in addition to any of your former classmates or friends. If you have any trouble, Diane Edwards has offered her assistance via e-mail to [email protected] She has personally been able to reconnect with several classmates she had not heard from in years, which made their class reunion in 2010 even more enjoyable. We are continuing to send as many newsletters through our e-mail contacts as possible to help reduce our costs. If you received this newsletter via regular mail, but want to help us cut our expenses, just e-mail us your first and last name (with maiden name, if applicable), class year, along with your physical mailing address and phone contact to [email protected] The Association also needs for you to place our e-mail address in your "safe contacts," address book, or else, our e-mails will end up as "Spam" and may be deleted automatically. Please keep us current with any changes to your e-mail, home address, etc.

Dear Alumni, Please take a moment to peruse these "stats" regarding the registration of the past five years. Do you see the trend in the future of our annual Homecoming events? As the elder classes begin to fade, regretfully, the younger generations spanning the decades from the 1970's through the current times are failing to "step up to the plate" in supporting this organization and its activities of scholarships and fellowship. We annually print and mail out some 2000 newsletters to alumni not having e-mail accounts, and those expenses continue to rise with each passing year. Our $5 registration gifts are not even able to cover these expenses. Our organization relies on additional gifts, donations, and meal proceeds to get us through each year. As a result of the continued losses or failures to gain, and after much deliberation of your officers, the voluntary registration gifts are being raised to $10 beginning this year. This $10 per alumni rate results in less than $0.03 per day as compared to just over $0.01 per day at the $5 gift level. This will be the first time since the Hamlin ExStudents Association began collecting the voluntary registration gifts in the mid-to-late 1950's that the rate has increased. We hope that you will make a spontaneous and generous effort in supporting this worthy organization that annually gives scholarship monies to HHS graduates, and through whose gifts of parade awards, helps the various school organizations and classes, along with the various community groups or organizations to realize some extra monies to carry on their worthwhile and needed activities in Hamlin.

Hometown Paper Offering Special Discounted Rate for Exes/ Alumni

The Hamlin Herald staff is now offering all exes a one-year subscription to The Hamlin Herald beginning now until Homecoming for only $20.00. This rate includes the mailing of the weekly paper to your home anywhere in the U.S., with the exception of Alaska and Hawaii, and applies to new subscriptions only. Send your checks, made payable, to The Hamlin Herald, 350 S. Central, Hamlin, Texas 79520. For any questions, call (325) 5763606, or email the staff at [email protected] .

Please help us to continue to have Homecoming by registering and sending in your monetary gifts, even if you are unable to join us this year.

Hamlin Ex-Students Alumni Association Now Recognized by I.R.S. as a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Public Charity Organization

As of June 29, 2011, the Internal Revenue Service granted our Association the status of a tax-exempt organization that will now be able to accept your contributions for the furtherance of providing scholarships to our Hamlin High School graduates through our annual Homecoming activities. These contributions to our organization will be tax-deductible to you per the guidelines set aside by the IRS. The process has been long in coming, and several years have actually passed since the initial discussions began. The forms we filed and the monies we sent in June of 2010 were outdated as of some point during our filing time, and it took some six-plus months before the IRS contacted us to let us know we needed to send more money and more information since the change in forms. On July 11, 2011, we received the "official" letter informing us of our acceptance as a recognized non-profit Public Charity. We would like to offer a special thanks to all who helped make this dream become a reality for the future of our Piper graduates.

A Comparison of Years 2006 through 2010 for Ex-Students' Participation in Registration per Decade. ($5 per Alumni)

2006 1930's 21 1940's 72 1950's 82 1960's 39 1970's 19 1980's 15 1990's 8 2000's 3 Teachers Employees 259 2007 17 80 87 78 30 15 18 3 2008 11 78 64 57 27 17 9 4 2009 9 67 69 54 18 20 15 1 2010 8 53 61 67 26 17 11 2 1 2 248

"T.T.O." and Things You'll Want to Know

For those of you living away from Hamlin, and even for those living here, we thought you might want to know what projects, challenges, etc. we face here in our hometown; a population of now 1,860. Everyone get ready for a ride through the news of the various organizations and administrations as reported the week of July 4th.

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Monies realized to pay for annual Homecomings (Voluntary Gifts) $1295 $1640 $1335 $1265 $1240

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The entire State of Texas has been suffering through a prolonged period of either decreased rainfall totals or an outright extreme drought. Mac Reid (Class of 1957) serves as Hamlin's official weather recorder and reporter for the weather service bureau based out of San Angelo. He was kind enough to send the rainfall history of Hamlin beginning in 1950 for our archives and for reporting to you. As of July 9th, the total rainfall in 2011 for Hamlin has been only 1.8"! The lowest recorded rainfall prior to this year was in 1956 when Hamlin received 8.96" for the entire year. If the wellknown writer from San Angelo, Elmer Kelton, were still living, I'm sure he would more than likely do a sequel to his book, The Time It Never Rained. There were very minimal wheat crops this year, and the only cotton crops visible are those in neighboring areas where irrigation is the norm. The landscape of Hamlin is quite depressing with no crops, very minimal amount of livestock, and dry tanks and creek beds. The only green landscapes in Hamlin are basically those households who are fortunate enough to have water wells, and the report of some residents is that even those are dwindling in their output. The wind has almost been a constant daily nuisance, with heat records easily being 106 degrees to an occasional 110 or so per the temperature readings on the bank and school marquees. With the weather conditions being so critical, wildfires are a constant threat to this entire area. On April 19, the community of Hamlin was threatened with a fire whose origin began at the intersection of U.S. Highway 92 and "Beer Can Alley." The borrow ditch fire soon began its swathe toward the northwest residential area due to the changing and high winds. Homes were evacuated, and fire departments from surrounding communities, along with county road crews, and the Texas Forest Service attacked the fire from both land and air, and were able to get it under control and extinguished, with just some 26' to spare from one of the residences. Fires in the Neinda area, and north and west of Hamlin have also threatened structures, but have very thankfully been able to be controlled by our dedicated fire fighters and volunteers. In news from our Economic Development group, the good news for Hamlin is the current construction of a 9,000 square foot building, located on West Lake Drive and N.W. Avenue D, to serve as the home to the Dollar General Corporation. The projected opening date is sometime in September, and the residents look forward to having more shopping opportunities opened to them. Sadly, the Video Mania business, located at the intersection of U. S. 92 E and Highway 83 N, has posted signage that they are going out of business. With the advent of online movies, etc. rental DVD businesses are undergoing a definite struggle to stay afloat. The City of Hamlin continues its work in cleaning up the community through the annual demolition of condemned structures. The City also has plans for laying a new water line in the older northwest residential portion of town. This project is slated to begin in the fall or early winter. The Hamlin Police Department has now gone "online" for citizens to ask questions or to even report suspected criminal activity anonymously. Hamlin is seeing an influx of new residents from all over the United States due to an abundance of reasonably-priced residential properties for sale, a lower cost of living, along with being a great place to either raise a family or retire. The Hamlin I.S.D. reports an ending student enrollment from the 2010 ­ 2011 school year being 491. According to Superintendent Jim Fuller, the school system will mirror the 2010 year as far as programs, faculty, etc., even with the school funding cuts. The Board has negotiated a new utility contract beginning in 2012 that will see a reduction in utility costs around $30,000 per year, and transportation expenses will be reduced through the streamlining of travel. The disciplinary program for our district, that was once

located in the Hobbs school, is being relocated to the local Administration building or former "Primary" school campus as it was once known. Current faculty and staff will oversee and direct this program. The Hamlin I.S.D. now owns the "Rock Field" in an agreement between the City of Hamlin and the school. A possible upgrade in lighting for the baseball complex is in the planning stages, along with some necessary repairs to the fencing. The seating area for the track field has also been upgraded and improved for safety reasons. The school district also has seen improvements in its Ag barn, located at the Riding Club Arena, and has been able to assume ownership of that particular property. In addition, the school has purchased "Jo's Little Store" building located on S.W. 3rd street for use as a storage building. Hamlin Memorial Hospital is in the beginning phase of converting to electronic medical records, and is also in the process of working towards being classified as a Critical Care Access Hospital that once approved, will allow for a better reimbursement rate for Medicare patients. Hamlin is fortunate to have two medical doctors on staff serving both in the clinic and the hospital, along with a dedicated group of professional and lay staff to ensure the best quality health care for our community and the surrounding "Big Country." A new railroad museum is slated to open in the fall of 2012 and will be located in the former Jaycee or BCD building, located on S.W. 5th Street, just across the street NE from the lumber yard. This museum will feature model trains, as well as local railroad history for visitors to enjoy. The Hamlin Food Bank and the local Meals on Wheels organizations rely solely on volunteer labor for packing and distribution. The Food Bank distributes food boxes to some 212 families in Hamlin each month, while Meals on Wheels serves a daily meal from Monday through Friday to some 50 individuals. The Hamlin Woman's Literary Club, organized in 1908 and Federated in 1910 sadly voted to disband the organization effective in May 2011. This organization was the longest tenured club of any of Hamlin's existing organizations still in operation. The late Clarence Miller (Class of 1947) was the 500th known U.S. Veteran to be buried in the Hamlin East Cemetery on June 25th of this year. The Hamlin Cemetery Association works yearround in recording the deaths of any U. S. Veteran buried in the Hamlin East Cemetery. Our Hamlin V.F.W. continues to honor our veterans by placing American flags in the cemetery for Memorial Day and Veterans Day. Special evening luminary services are provided by the Hamlin Cemetery Association on various special occasions through the placing of a lighted luminary on the grave of each veteran. Work continues on the Hamlin North Cemetery, located 1 mile north of Hamlin on U. S. 83 on the east side of the highway. Recent ground penetrating radar work at that cemetery has yielded another 35+ unmarked graves, bringing the total burials to near 60 for that cemetery.

New Activity Slated for the Whole FamilySaturday Night in the Park- Saturday, Sept. 10th from 7:00 ­ 10:00 p.m.

Bring your lawn chair, a blanket, and even your own picnic supper to the City Park on Saturday night for some family fun of music, visiting, and activities for all. Musical entertainment is being provided by some of Hamlin's talented exes, and individuals, clubs, organizations and/or classes are invited to have either an activity or food booth to benefit a worthy cause. If you would like to participate with entertainment, a booth or an activity of some sort, please contact us by calling Elaine Lewis at (325) 576-3501. Please remember Hamlin's ordinance of "no alcoholic beverages."

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Homecoming Parade Registration Form

Parade Theme ­ "Family Board Games"

Name____________________________________ Phone ______________________ E-Mail ____________________________ Address ____________________________________ City ______________________ State __________ Zip Code __________ Please Circle One in Parade Category: Please Circle One on Type of Entry: Individual Float Bicycles Business Organization Entertainers School

Antique Vehicles

Golf Carts/ 3 & 4 Wheelers/ Other Motorized Types

Horses/Riding Clubs/Horse-Drawn Wagons

Cash awards are for the top 4 in each category, with a bonus of $100 for the "Best Overall." Float awards are $200, $150, $125, and $100. Please register as soon as possible and return this form to the Hamlin Ex-Students Alumni Association, P. O. Box 323, Hamlin, TX 79520, or drop by the Chamber Office at 245 S. Central Avenue from 9 a. m. until noon, Monday through Friday. Floats and motorized vehicles will meet at 9:00 a.m., September 10th to organize on the parking lot of the new Hamlin ISD gymnasium at the far west end of S.W. 5th Street; all other parade entries will be organized at 9:30 a.m. in the 100 block of S. W. Avenue A, between the Methodist and Church of Christ buildings.

Ex-Students Homecoming Registration/Voting/Contribution Form

2011 Nominees for Coming Home Queen and King

Your new registration fee is now $10 per alumni, and allows you the opportunity to make tax-deductible contributions to the Hamlin Ex-Students Alumni Association. With your registration, you also have the opportunity to cast 2 total votes for this year's Homecoming royalty if you so desire. You may either vote for a queen and king nominee from one particular class, or you may split the ticket by voting for a queen nominee from one class and a king nominee from another. Please place either a "check mark" or an "x" beside the names of your desired nominees.

Queen Nominees Class of 1951: Class of 1961: Class of 1971: Class of 1981: Joy Maynard Early ______ Janice Ueckert Wade ______ Marsha Hester Bishop ______ LaEtta Scifres Akbar-Ali ______

King Nominees W. T. Stapler ______ Clif Drummond ______ Gary McMillan ______ Reverend Jessie Hooper ______ Christian Cowan ______

Class of 1991: Tammy Morgan Clawson ______

Please make your checks payable to the "Hamlin Ex-Students Alumni Association," and return this completed form with your contribution(s) to Hamlin Ex-Students Alumni Association, P. O. Box 323, Hamlin, TX 79520. This organization is now recognized by the IRS as a non-profit 501(c) (3) Public Charity organization, and will abide the governed rules and regulations therein. You may also pay via "PayPal" on our website: http://www.hamlinexstudents.com/

Registration ($10 / Alumni) _________________________ Scholarship Endowment Fund _______________________ Ex-Students Memorial Fund _____________________ In Memory of ___________________________________________ Total Monies Enclosed _______________ Check # _________________ Date of Check ___________________________ Name ___________________________________ Address _________________________________ Class Year __________ City ____________________________ State ____________ Zip Code _______________ E-Mail ______________________

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