My Generational War

ScottBumgarner2013 I was not drafted nor did I enlist for the Vietnam War when my generation was being called up for just that purpose. This was a senseless war that killed many United States military personnel; because,  someone in Washington deemed it necessary to lose, on purpose.   For years, every time I see a … More My Generational War

BEING A DISCIPLE

ScottBumgarner061012   Jesus says to come to the well the place to meet and tell   Where One finds the lost If no Lord they pay the cost   Bring your A game not for fortune or fame   Speak about the Lord to men who drive a Chevy or Ford   For Jesus be … More BEING A DISCIPLE

Statistics from 1963

  US GDP (1998 dollars):  $617.4 billionFederal spending:  $111.32 billionFederal debt: $310.3 billionConsumer Price Index:  30.6Unemployment: 5.5%Cost of a first-class stamp:  $0.04 ($0.05 as of 1/7/63) Washington-to-Moscow “hot line” communications link opens, designed to reduce risk of accidental war (Aug. 30). There are 15,000 US military advisers in South Vietnam. Pope John XXIII dies (June … More Statistics from 1963

MY FIRST CAR

ScottBumgarner2008   I bought my first car with money I earned plowing fields on the south side of the Washita River bottoms south of Davis Oklahoma. I paid $275 for an old two-door hardtop, 1954, V8 Ford.   Besides plowing, I worked for Harold Clary in the Ray Roberts Chevrolet Auto-Body and Fender shop while … More MY FIRST CAR

DAVIS HIGH CLASS of 1963 Davis, Oklahoma

Edd McNeil   John Hall   Connie Hunt McGee  Scott Bumgarner  Don Carter   Gayle Staggs Hunter  Pat Davis Ealey  Roy Webb   Janelle Webber Payne   Judy Beck McMillian  Paul Busby   Jacky Smith   Donna Buffington Smith   Kathy Crumb Haworth  Ronnell Thomasson attended this 50th Class Reunion, hosted by Paul & Trudi Busby, elogently. Fifteen … More DAVIS HIGH CLASS of 1963 Davis, Oklahoma