1929

Corsicana High School
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Corsicana, Navarro County Texas


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Corsicana High Classmates Index || 1929 Corsican Extract

If you have information on what ever happened to any of the CHS
Classmates of 1929, we would love to hear from you.
Student entries for this year will be posted as information is received.
Contact Edward L. Williams

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What Ever Happened to .....

Aletha McAfee Aletha Elizabeth McAfee (1911 - 1978) Married William George "Willie" Frost (1903 - 1983) and O. H. Brandon (dates not known)
Allan Bryant Obituary
George Fowler Carson Sr.
"He has a mind to contrive a tongue to persuade, and a hand to execute, and mischief." -Clarendon
Obituary
Agnes Locklar Agnes (Locklar) Boyd;
Obituary
Kerr Bicknell Cowan Obituary
Myrtle Cummins Myrtle (Cummins) Bates
Obituary
Betty Lloyd Suttle Obituary
Lawrence Treadwell, Jr.
"When you do dance, I wish you a wave 'o th' sea, that you might ever do nothing but that." -Shakespeare
Lawrence Treadwell, Jr., born May 9, 1911, passed away Sept 12, 1989, in Las Cruces, New Mexico.  His parents were Lawrence Treadwell, Sr., and Maud Carter Treadwell, and his sister was Catherine Treadwell.  They lived at 1408 W. 3rd Ave, a home they had built in 1923.  From childhood he was a gifted artist and became interested in photography, eventually having one man shows in San Diego, and was published in Life magazine.  Lawrence went to SMU, and then learned to fly. 
    He was a Naval officer before and during WWII, flying dive bombers, SBDs, and SB2Cs among other planes.  He married Dorothy Genevieve Brown March 25, 1942.  They lived in California and had three children, Barbara, Patricia, and David.
    After WWII he and my mother owned and operated two nurseries and landscape businesses in El Cajon, California.  He later returned to technical illustrating which he loved.
    He and my mother divorced in 1970, and he moved to Las Cruces, New Mexico, where he worked at White Sands Army Base and an illustrator.
    He loved the desert, and traveled throughout the Western states.  He was a great storyteller and although I have seldom been to east Texas, his stories and songs of his childhood have left indelible memories.
Submitted by: Barbara Treadwell Krejci
Weldon Edwards Orrell Obituary; Oakwood Cemetery
Listed as a Jr in 1928

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