COMMENTS FROM OUR VISITORS - 2000 Archives
Name: David Stewart
Interesting webpage well done. Good use of color and graphics. If you know of a person whom I knew back in grade school who is a resident of Perryton, please pass this very warm greeting to Kelly Dryden Corby (?not sure of married name?). She and I (and several others too numerous to cite here) all grew up in Snyder, Texas. Hope you had a great Christmas and have a Happy News Years!!!
Name: Pamela (Miller) Pollard
My sister is talking about Drake's store on Eaton and Drake streets. We had a lot of fun growing up in Perryton. Good people always make good friends. I want to say hi to The Lamoureaux's, The Betty (Dorton) Rogers family, The Mannings, The Uselton's, The Hargus Family. Our uncle Don Cox lived most of his life in Perryton until his accident. His friends can e-mail me to keep in touch with his condition. Remember: A Smile of Success is a Smile for Life
Name: Billie Denise( Miller) Heird
I lived in Perryton from 70-75 from the third grade to the sixth. My fondest memories are the park with the tunnel. when i went back a few years ago for a visit it sure looked a lot smaller.Does anyone remember the store where you bought an icee and it had a gumball,if you got a black one you won a free icee.
Name: Larry Roberts
Hello Perryton, Been gone for a while now. Just wanted to say Hello from New England. Hope Perryton continues to prosper. Sincerely, Larry Roberts
Name: Jim Brown
I was hoping someone could run down to the coffee shop and kick Max Replogle (wife's uncle)out before he tells another joke or orders another cup of coffee. He needs to get busy doing his regular job - watching grass grow on the local golf course.
Name: Heather Graham Jines
Bored at work one day and decided to check to see if even Perryton has joined the .com world- surprised to say the least. I was a 1995 graduate. Funny, I am reading through all these entries and all the memories about Perryton. I guess I am keeping it straight in my mind. Perryton is out in the middle of nowhere-it's ugly out there!! There is not a thing to do. I remember moving to Dallas to go to college and thinking it was so beautiful and soooo fun! I think back on Perryton like a different life. It is so wonderfuly different out there in the real world. I could never, ever live in Perryton again. All though it is nice to visit.
Name: B. Avant
you still live in our hearts!
Name: Bethany Petersen and Sara Congdon
Man, we sure wish we could live in Perryton! It would be a blast. Especially the "featured attractions" (Josh Castor and Justin Joyner). Yes, we would have a lot of fun. :) hee hee... But you know, "ya'll" could always come visit us! But we'll come visit you guys someday too, on our road trip!! I can't wait. (Neither can Bethany haha) And we could play cards all night long!! ("So this is like black jack!!" oh I'm a big goon...) Hey! Josh- what game never gets boring? :) umm... tennis of course! HAHAHA
~*~*~*~*~*~*WE MISS YOU GUYS SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!*~*~*~*~*~*~*
Lots and lots and lots of love, Sara and Bethany
Name: MICHELLE GILBERT
Hey yall I just wanted to say that i wish i was there right now i moved to Perryton at the age of 5 and left at the age of 11. It sucks that i have soccer and basketball 24/7 even in the summer so i can never come and visit but hopefully some day i will..... all though iowa is so much bigger and lots more shopen perryton is my home!!
Name: Scott Doores
Thanks to all of the people that made the 2000 reunion possible. It was a great time.
Name: Cris "Newton" Krittenbrink
Just browsing - I lived in Perryton for about 15 years, moving in 1971 at the age of 15. I still consider it home. This is a great site.
Name: Tim Healey
I was born in Perryton in 1962 and lived there until I graduated High School in 1980. Although I have lived in Kansas for sometime, I visit often and miss not only Perryton, but Texas in general. I especially miss the lack of state income tax and property tax on vehicles! I attended the 2000 Reunion and had the greatest time of my life. (Well, one of the greatest.) One last comment. As I am President and owner of the McGrath Group, a Topeka Kansas advertising agency and I am not in jail, I wanted to let my former teachers (especially Mrs. Cooper) know that, gee, I made something of myself after all!
Name: Charlotte Stefanik Dickey
I lived in Perryton from 1965-1968. That's when my house burnt down. My Mother, Delores Snyder, was the manager of Green,s Cafe. Is it still there? I attended 3rd, 4th and 5th grades at Central Elementary and Perryton Junior High. We lived in a mobile home behing 509 S Amherst St. I would like to contact a close friend of my Mother's. Her name is Lillian Rock. She has a son, Johnny, that is about 46 years old now. My Mother is in very poor health and it would really be a blessing to re-unite them! I have really enjoyed your website and I now reside in Dallas. I would be extremely grateful if you would return my email. Thank you and Bod Bless Perryton!
Name: Sandra Lockwood Godfrey
Thanks to all who put on a great 2000 Reunion. It was wonderful seeing so many people. Thanks to all the class secretaries who worked so hard to make this such a memorable occasion. Class of 70 is still the BEST!! Perryton was a great little town to grow up in, especially when you move to Austin and have to fight this traffic everyday!! Hook 'em
Well Well Nicklas aint just coming to see me that's for sure, the ones who know knows what i mean
Name: Nicklas Keijser
Hi Perryton :)
I comming to visit Perryton in october to see a my frien Patrik from sweden that moved over there... See yaa
PHS Class of 1956. All State Band (French horn)1954, 1955 and 1956
I recently interviewed for the GM position at North Plains Electric Cooperative and have been selected for the job. My wife and I were very impressed with the people in the Perryton community.
We found the staff at PISD to be very professional and willing to answer any questions. The business people were very informative and spent time with us answering questions related to our business needs.
We are looking forward to our move to Perryton and wanted to express our appreciation to everyone that helped us. Thank you for your friendly and hospitable welcome.
Gary L. Hurse & Family
Thank you for your freindly and hospitable welcome.
Gary L. Hurse & Family
My husband and I used to live in Perryton and still have many friends there. We really enjoyed living in Perryton.
Leslie Brown Frederick
Our family was searching the web for Hank the Cowdog info, and we saw the link for Perryton, so we just thought we would drop in for a visit! This is really a nice site. My mother's family is still in Perryton, so we REALLY feel like Hank the Cowdog is part of our extended family. We are currently living in Indonesia, and we have hauled Hank the Cowdog books half way around the world, since we can't find them here. But our 8 year old son did find the books in Singapore on a recent trip there! We were suprised and thrilled!
Name: Gnanse Nelson
Perryton native, Earl Milo Nelson, born. 08/11/20, passed away Saturday, August 26, 2000 at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, Baytown, TX at age 80. He is survivied by his wife, Mildred Clark Nelson, and three children, Gary, Virginia and Gnanse.
Tommy & Cheryl Hargues
kelly jines krashin
April 13, 2000
I live in California.
Herb and Sadie Jines are my grandparents.
(did you click on small pic?)
Im Doing A School Report On Ochiltree County And This Site Helped Me ACE it
It's been a long time since I've been to Perryton, and I thought I would browse your web site and see if I knew anyone.
Hey everybody, I was just seeing how good old P-town is doing.
1967 Grad. Married to 1968 Grad. Zack. Am now in internet business with #3 ISP. If anyone is interested in earning extra income with the internet please e-mail me and I will give you details. Enjoyed the Perryton home page. Bonita
Jim and Joyce McLarty
We enjoy visiting your museum. It is a nice place to reminisce since my grandparents were pioneers in old Ochiltree,Texas and then later in Perryton. They owned several businesses in both towns.
I will be flying into the Perryton Airport next Tuesday, January 18 and would like to know if a courtesy car is available? If not, do you have a car rental location or taxi service available. Several of us in the party will need to find transportation to the Perryton Club. How far is the Airport from the Perryton Club?
Regards Mark Goodman
I really like it that I can get on the internet and look up my home town. If you know me don't be afraid of e-mailing me. Live in Nebraska. See ya'll latter
It is a heart warming feeling to see my hometown on the web. I have looked over the spread and find it making me homesick. It truely brings back great memories of school, church, and daily events that took place while I was growing up. There is no place like home. Hope to visit soon and also attend the reunion. Love you all, Chuck Shockley '69
1/LT William Martin Kitts USMC
Your home town was Perryton. University of Texas, Austin 1959 & NAAS Chase Field, Beeville, TX If you understand this reference, let me know how to contact you if you would like me to do so.
I liked your website.Iwentto school in Perryton when I was in the sixth grade and all I can say about Perryton is that its a peaceful town to live in.With the open fields and wheat fields.Perryton is a very lovely town I'm hoping to go back there some day and visit my relatives.
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