Red Star Hill
RED STAR HILL FOLKS
Growing up on Red Star Hill was like growing up in God's special place.
I just wonder if many of you from the late 50s, very early 60s are out
there in cyberspace, ready to recall some wonderful memories.
Gwyn Andrews: We had so much fun in so many ways that I cannot remember
them all. I do remember a certain party that we were not invited to.
Lana Andrews: We also had many happy times, especially when we cruised
around in your car - looking for someone. I think his name was Jack Taft.
Billy Ray Davis: Mother looked at you as my protector. I could not go
bicycle riding unless you were along.
Arthur Lee Taylor: You were the bicycle daredevil. That is why Billy Ray
had to be along.
Beth May: All of us on the hill had fun at your house. Playing canasta
and wonderful parties stay in my memory.
One of our favorite buddies, Ronnie Sides, is no longer with us. He was
kind, thoughtful, and gentle. (Until it came to threatening to destroy
my Ricky Nelson records). I'm hoping that some of you special people will
share some Red Star Hill memories. Asa Faith (Bobo) Randolph, class of
Asa Faith Bobo Randolph and our Dora High Bulldog football announcer
Glenn Allen Bobo