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•   Jan Alexander  11/18
•   Holly Hobby  10/21
•   Lawrence Cantor  9/15
•   Devon Bearden (Stiles)  6/10
•   Sue Daly  3/14
•   Sandra Spieker (Ringo)  3/1
•   Stephen Keene  2/24
•   Lowell Tuttle  1/11
•   Tommy Thomas  1/1
•   Hollis C. Heyn  10/9
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2 live in Arkansas
2 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Louisiana
2 live in Massachusetts
2 live in Michigan
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in Nebraska
3 live in New Mexico
1 lives in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
1 lives in Oregon
1 lives in Tennessee
63 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
2 live in Washington
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Italy
1 lives in Switzerland
1 lives in United Kingdom
627 location unknown


•   James Lintner  12/14
•   Susan Melton (Harden)  12/18
•   Maureen Cumiskey (Chavers)  12/19
•   Tommy Thomas  12/25
•   Susan Nevins (Patterson)  12/29


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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 14.6%

A:   107   Joined
B:   627   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)


To the best of our knowledge, Phil Huber has completed the restoration of The Best of Punography film. The almost-finished version of this restoration premiered at the Punography Film Festival at the Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson during the RHS Class of 1969 50th Reunion Weekend on October 18, 2019.

Several classmates donated to keep the Punography website active for several more years and earned a copy of The Best of Punography. If you have not yet received your copy and you have already donated at least $50, please contact Phil Huber on his cell at 972.743.4011 or 972.743.2311 or by email at Hopefully Phil will get your copy to you right away or else let you know of an anticipated delivery date. Let him know how you would like to receive it e.g. DVD, download, etc.

If you have any difficutly obtaining your copy of The Best of Punography or want to obtain a copy by making a donation to Punography Ltd., please contact Tommy Thomas at

Thanks to all of you for supporting Punography Ltd. since 1968!

Members of the RHS crew from the Austin area had a fantastic time at last night’s inaugural Halloween gathering, graciously, hosted by Terry Mitchell Reddy and Tommy Thomas at Tommy's residence in North Austin. Seated left to right are Terry Mitchell Reddy, Jimmy Baker, Susie Shannon Rudd, Ed Norton, Martha Mize Mareth, and Don Fussell. In the back row Tommy Thomas and Stella!


Punography Ltd.

Richardson High School Class of 1969

You know what happens when you are a high school student in Texas in the late sixties and have nothing better to do? You create Punography Ltd.

Well, that's not exactly true. What is exactly true is what chief Punography creator and lapdog of the liberal elite Steve Gardner said so eloquently in Mrs. Alsup's Memory Book:

If you recall, Ms. Alsup’s third-period honors English class had taken to writing pithy/pretentious sayings on the blackboard for us to see.

Our first response was the one-off “underground” newspaper. 

Then the Thirdies (a name I just made up but wish we had used then) did something (which I don’t recall, probably due to its utter insignificance, but perhaps someone on this email was a Thirdie and can let us know), and we decided, “Fuck it, let’s make a movie!”

A somewhat disproportionate response perhaps, but so was Vietnam.

It was a time of disproportionate behavior generally, not all of it in a bad way.

So it was that Punography Ltd. was created out of the sardonic ennui (it seems like just yesterday when we first heard that term coined by Moore) of ten white high school juniors from a suburb far, far away from Dallas. Now we didn't choose to be white -- it was a fate that simply befell us before we knew, like being gay, that we had a choice in the matter.

And in fairness to Ralph, Yahweh rest his soul, he was Jewish so we're not sure that counts as white. And Tommy is Muscogee and Cherokee Indian and we all know how that savagery affected his entire being. At least it killed that damn ennui.

So join us here and interact with us and the rest of your Richardson High School 1969 classmates. We have but one rule -- be interesting or be funny or both, but if you can't be either, then just be a lurker or, if you prefer, an interested observer. In any case, we are sure you will appreciate and enjoy this lost video footage of our 1969 All Night Party after graduation feturing various school dignitaries and honor students.