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to the Official Website of
Stephen F. Austin High School
Class of 1959
Reflect, Rejoice, Renew
Though it's been 55 years since we graduated from S.F.A., we are still going strong and have been able to stay connected through the efforts of several classmates who have worked to gather our class together for the 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 ,50, and 53 year anniversaries of our high school graduation year.
So here it is 2015 and so many things have changed. We can now contact each other by using the Internet, sending e-mails, sharing pictures, videos, and music, and so we've created our Class website.
Here you will find the most complete database of everything from S.F.A. Class of 1959, free of charge to you. You will find plenty of memories and a great way for you to see what's become of everyone. This is our permanent Class of '59 website, so come back often and update your information as it changes.
This website is dedicated to our classmates for the purpose of promoting, celebrating, and reconnecting with all members of Stephen F. Austin Class of 1959. The more you participate, the better it will be. Check back often! We have a class reunion here every day!
Click on the jukebox to listen to hours of your favorite music.
Buddy Winn-March 3
Betty Burleson-March 6
Elaine Price-March 16
Lois Nash-March 17
Judy McPherson-March 18
Donald Cole-March 21
It's official! We did it! Hooray for us!
We are now too old to die young!
Poems by Travis Eden
I close my eyes and think of you Oh God
I see the mountains in their beauty
As they rise above the skies
You the mighty one created this majestic beauty
And caped them with snow in their season
Then green grass and flowers in another season
With brooks from snow to water them
How powerful and mighty is your hand
The fruit of the vine and tree for us to eat
The grain and vegetables before us is spread
We bow our heads and give you thanks to you oh God
For there is none like you
Bryan My Home Town
Oh how long has it been
I ask the question again
Bryan my home town
No one else can wear your crown
My childhood is gone
But in my heart that is wrong
Longing to rejoin my love of the past
And to full fill my memories at last
Bryan my home town
You will always wear a crown
But my shadows will stay afar
As I look towards your shining star
The crown on the queen theater is what inspired the poem
GOTTA LOVE TEXAS!!!
Thanks to Glenn Gregg for sharing.
IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION, SUCH AS:
NAMES OF SIBLINGS OR PARENTS
PLEASE LET ME KNOW.
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL
Hail Bryan High School, hats off to you. Ever you'll find us, loyal and true. Firm and undaunted ever we'll be. Hail to the Green and White, here's a toast to thee!
To athletes and scholars, graduates and profs, seniors and juniors, freshman and sophs. Stephen F. Austin, always you'll be, dear to the ones you hear, sing a toast to thee.
Our Class Officers 1959
Vice President...Mike Kerley
Bryan Broncos Fight Songs
Oh, when those Bryan Broncos fall in line
We're gonna win that game another time
And for the BHS we love so well
And for the football team, we'll yell and yell and yell,
We're gonna fight, fight, fight for every score
And then we'll circle in and win somemore,
We're gonna roll old Temple in the mud, in the mud
Mud, Mud, Mud.
(To the tune of the Washington and Lee Swing)
Broncos hit that line
BHS Beat Waco
BHS Beat Waco
Broncos we are for you.
Fight, Fight you Broncos fight on thru,
We're here in back of you,
So fight on to the end.
Loyal and true we'll ever be
To SFA high school
We'll fight and fight with all our might
Hey Broncos, we are for you.
(To the tune of Semper Paratus)
Broncos hit that line.
Submitted by Pete Catalina
Class of 1961
Bryan/College Station News
If you are interested in reading our local newspaper, The Eagle, click on the man reading the paper.
You can also check out our local television station, KBTX by clicking on the television.
Or visit the Chamber of Commerce to see "What's Happening".
Click on the above picture for the weather.
"Build it and they will come"
This website was begun April 3, 2009 and 95 of our classmates have already registered with 26% adding pictures to their profiles! 30-40 of us log into this site daily! With your help spreading the word,
we will continue to see new classmates checking in everyday! Let's keep it rolling...Go Broncos
And since then, we have had over
to our Home Page.
How fantastic is that!
If you are a visitor, such as school faculty, family, or friends of Stephen F. Austin High Alumni and you would like to see more of our site, just send an e-mail through the "Contact Us" link at the top of this page, requesting the password with your name and e-mail address so we can get back to you.
Thank you for visiting, come back often to see what's new.
Take a moment to visit the "In Memory" Page
Although it is unfortunate that we have lost some of our classmates over the years, we can help keep their memory and spirit alive by posting a funny story or a kind remembrance in the In Memory section under the classmate's name. Through each one of us, we can keep their candle burning.
If you have information regarding a classmates passing
and feel it should be shared, please let us know by using the "Contact Us" link located above in the menu bar.
We all have our time machines. Some
take us back, they're called Memories.
Some take us forward, they're called Dreams.
New things are added to the website frequently. Please check
back daily to see what is new.
Pictures!! Do you have a box of old school pictures tucked away somewhere?
Pull them out and share them. A friend once said to me, "What good are photos
if you can't share them?" We need YOUR photos, updates, and memories to enhance
this site and to make certain it represents ALLof the members from the S.F.A. class of1959.
Even if you haven't attended a reunion, nor kept in touch at all since graduation, we ask
that you please take the time to send us an update and maybe even a photo or two.
We're certain your fellow classmates would love hearing from you! You may even reconnect
with an old friend! Your submissions will make this site fun, interesting and complete.
So, add your own personal touch and see what happens!"
If you have any you would like to share, add them to your profile or e-mail them to me. Don't forget to list the names of everyone in the pictures.
It's funny how friends can
come in and out of your life so quickly,
yet leave footprints and memories
in your heart forever.
Site Administrator: Esther Norcross
Co-Administrator: Elaine Cargill
Class Poet: Lynda Ball
Technical Advisors: Class Creator
Please note that the thoughts, ideas, and beliefs expressed on the site
may not represent those of the entire Class of 1959 or all our site members, but are
posted here for your entertainment purposes only.
PRIVACY NOTICE: All contact information (address, phone number, e-mail address) entered into this website will be kept confidential. It will not be shared or distributed. Your contact information is private: When someone clicks on your name, the only contact information they will see is your city, state and whatever information about yourself you choose to put on your Profile. Your e-mail address can only be seen by the Webmaster and Site Administrators. All messages are sent internally thru the website by using the contact box at the bottom of your Classmates Profile page. If you don't want search engines to find you, make sure you check the appropriate box on the bottom of your profile page.
MEMBERSHIP DISCLAIMER:All memberships may be revoked at the discretion of the Webmaster and Site Administrators. The privacy and security of all registered members will be considered a priority for the purpose of invitations, admittance, denials and revocations.
If you haven't created your profile yet, we are missing you. Please take a few
minutes to do so. If you know of a missing classmate, please tell them about the site.
May each day in the week be a good day
May the Lord always watch over you
And may all of your hopes turn to wishes
And may all of your wishes come true
May each day in the month be a good day
May you make friends with each one you meet
And may all of your daydreams be mem'ries
And may all of your mem'ries be sweet
The weeks turn to months and the months into years
There'll be sadness and joy, there'll be laughter and tears
But the one thing I pray to heaven above
May each of your days be a day full of love
May each day in the year be a good day
May each dawn find you happy and gay
And may all of your days be as lovely
As the one you shared with me today
May each day of your life be a good day
And good night.
John 24:27 Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you.
I Do not give to you as the world gives.
Do not let your hearts be troubled
And do not be afraid.