Friday, November 30, 2007
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
This past Friday my daughter Phantasia performed at the South Dallas Cultural Center. It is a beautiful site. Ms. Vikki is a great person, I love her spirit. She opened her doors to the children here at the After School Academy. Phantasia volunteers when she can at the After School Academy, this is her second year volunteering, she is now a 7th grader and I am very proud of her. She has grown so much over the summer. I will continue to support her in her endevor to be a dancer. I talked with Ms. Vikki about her and Jazmine taking dancing lesson at the South Dallas Culture Center and I am hoping that they will take the classes so they can become professionals one day. Keep up the good work Phantasia, I love you!!! You did a excellent job. This is her dance team, they are all students at Pearl C. Anderson.
Monday, November 12, 2007
Why is the store called Big Daddy's? And why did you name the school after you? And did you live in a house or a apartment? And why was the store called Thompson's?
I asking these questions because I want to know about Ms. Thompson's life. In two weeks we are going to ask Ms. Thompson these questions in an interview.
when did they build the frunt park when did they build big daddy,s when did they build my house.
Posted by Charleston at Monday, November 12, 2007
I learned about asking questions and I got it from Mr. Bill.
I learned how to ask questions. "Why did Bubba's call Snappy's?" Why I'm asking this question because I need to know. Mr. Bill told us when the store was called snappies.
Posted by Daedrin at Monday, November 12, 2007
I know that Bubbles used to be called and when Mr.Bill was going to school he had to walk on a mudding and at H.S.Thompson the grades was only 1st~8th gradeand he went staight to high school.
Posted by Jordan W. at Monday, November 12, 2007
Thursday, November 08, 2007
Today I lernd about how you had to walk on mud or dirt roads to school and Mr. Bill told us that they had to walk on top of the train track and sometimes the train would stop and people would be late for their job. The police station was here since 1960.
Monday, November 05, 2007
Mr. Bill Rhodes told us something about Turner Courts, and the school H.S. Thompson. He said he had to walk on the gravel to get to school. Mr. Thompson had a store across H.S. Thompson. His granddaughter lives across the other side of H.S. Thompson, Mr. Thompson gave the kids pork rines. When he was in the 8th grade he had to walk all the way to Hastings to catch the bus.
His family moved here in 1948.
Mr. Bill was living here since 1948. And when he was going to school the road was gravel. Across hatcher the white people live. Button (Bon Ton) was a cafe and were they have parties.
(Mr. Bill told us about the prices at the movie theater on Bexar and 175)
The people dug under the tracks so the cars could go under and the train could still drive on the tracks.
This school was grades was 1st-8th grade.
Today me and Traenieshia about Mr.Bill was living here since 1948.And when he was goning to school the roads was just dirt.Aross hatcher was were the white people live and the black. And buttun was cafe .
I know what happened about the store. It was called Snappy's. The ground was like dirt and it was rocks. He was walking on the hard ground to school.
And I greeted Mr. Bill Rhodes. And I recorded Mr. Bill Rhodes.
Posted by Kamaurja at Monday, November 05, 2007
Posted by Jordan W. at Monday, November 05, 2007