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01/10/07 - NNHS Newsletter -
Somewhere Out There

   "For every beauty there is an eye somewhere to see it.
For every truth there is an ear somewhere to hear it.
For every love there is a heart somewhere to receive it."

- Ivan Panin

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,   

   Today's theme is strictly an accident.  I had looked for this song in vain a couple of years ago, and just stumbled upon it late Monday night, so what could I do?!?

   Sometime between 1:00 and 7:00 AM on Tuesday, the site and server went down, and stayed down until about 10:30 AM.  And it was down again by 10:55 AM.  By 11:00 AM it was working once more.  I believe it remained functional after that, but I was busy doing laundry and otherwise helping my #6 son    Dale (Harty - Hillsboro HS, American School, IL - '02 - of VA) pack to return to SVU, so I'm really not sure.

   I'm sorry for any inconvenience this caused you.  It made me pretty much bonkers - not that I ever get excited about such things....


  We have another big grouping of birthdays! 

10 - Peggy Taylor Hudson ('57)
10 - Bob Parrish ('68) of VA - 1950
11 - Miles Nowitzky (Granby HS - '50) of NC - 1932 (deceased  - 05/07/05)
11 - Frances Goodson Wang ('65) of MD - 1947
11 - Ron Haney ('65) of VA - 1947
11 - Ron Smith ('65) of VA - 1947

   Many Happy Returns to you all!


1. Sheila Whitt Beehler ('68) of FL - 01/08/07:

Monday 01/08/2007 9:44:43pm
Name: Sheila Whitt Beehler - Class of '68
Marital Status Married
City/Country: The Villages, FL
Favorite Teachers Mrs. Masters - she was a hoot!
Hobbies Reading, all kinds of needlework, golfing (well, let's say I have clubs and I try real hard!)
Comments Retired in 2005 from the National Weather Service in Silver Spring, MD (outside DC) with 32 looonnng years of service. Loving retirement & riding around in our golf cart--even to the grocery store!

   Thanks, Sheila!


  Hit #56.000 was made on Wednesday, January 10, 2007 at 11:17 AM by an unknown user.


  From Me ('65) of NC - 01/08/07:

   The snail mail arrived late yesterday, as it generally does on Mondays, but Boy Howdy, did it arrive!  There were two checks totaling $150.00, which pulled my sagging pudgy neck (not to mention my spirits!) out of the noose once again!  Thank you so very much, Gentlemen!!!

  From Dee Hodges Bartram  ('66) of VA - 12/31/06 - but not arriving in my inbox until 01/09/07 at 9:00 AM!!!:

I would like you to post on your website that the Class of 1966 is deeply disappointed with the quality of the picture packages and the Reunion Book that was done for us by Lifetouch.  I have notified Lifetouch via e-mail of our feelings about the book. The pictures were too dark, negatives taken that night were lost resulting in people not getting their pictures, people are mislabeled in the book and some are listed as missing at the end of the book but their pictures are in it. 
I have told our representative that we will not use them again nor will we recommend them to other classes.
It saddens me greatly that this has happened. 
Dee Hodges Bartram

   I'm sorry I didn't receive your note earlier, Dee.  I knew that I was somewhat disappointed, but I thought that I was just being bratty and that everyone else was probably delighted.

  The booklet may have been a bit disappointing, but everything else about the reunion was superb!  You and your committee did an outstanding job, and it was greatly appreciated by all who attended!  Thanks again - for everything!

   I've posted your note on your reunion page:

 From Sarah Puckett Kressaty ('65) of VA - 01/07/07 - "Get Human 500 database":

You and I aren't the only ones who are sick and tired of pressing number prompts to get through to customer service.  Somebody finally took some practical action.

"Get Human" is a database of phone numbers to 500 major companies, government offices and service providers with instructions that will streamline your phone call directly to a "HUMAN BEING."  Some (like GEICO for example) are still a bit cumbersome, but at least you won't have to listen to the robotic replay of prompts.

Add this link to your "Favorites / Bookmark" list and refer to it before you make your next call to an airline, government office or other customer service department.  You may save yourself a lot of time and aggravation.

   Thanks, Sarah Sugah! This is very valuable information!

From My Friend, Judy, of IL - 01/08/07:




"Have you ever wondered which hurts the most...  Saying something and wishing you had not...

Or saying nothing...and wishing you had."

  Thanks, Judy!

From One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater during WWII - 01/07/07 - "Dear Carol, Your Friend is Just Checking in.":

Dear Carol,

That's not me blinking at you, I have Blue eyes, How blue are they you ask ??? They are bluer than a Well Diggers Butt up in the Klondike.

Your Friend, Herbie

just checking to see if you were at your computer


Yep, you are! So, keep scrolling for Bits of Wisdom

********************** ***
Love is grand!
Divorce is a hundred grand.

I am in shape.
Round is a shape.


Time may be a great healer, but it's a lousy beautician.

Conscience is what hurts when everything else feels good.
***************** **********

Talk is cheap because supply exceeds demand.

Even if you are on the right track,
You'll get run over if you just sit there

An optimist thinks this is the best possible world.
A pessimist fears this is true.

There will always be death and taxes;
However, death doesn't get worse every year.

In just two days, tomorrow will be yesterday.

I am a nutritional overachiever.

I plan on living forever. So far, so good.


Practice safe eating -- always use condiments.


A day without sunshine is like night.


It's frustrating when you know all the answers,
But nobody bothers to ask you the questions.


The real art of conversation is not only to say the right thing at the right time, but also to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment.

Brain cells come and brain cells go,
But fat cells live forever.


Age doesn't always bring wisdom.
Sometimes it comes alone.


Life not only begins at forty,
It also begins to show.

I smile because I am your friend!

I laugh because there is nothing you can do about it.


   WILD GIGGLES!!!  Thanks, Herbie Darlin!  I knew these weren't your eyes.  For one thing, there is that matter of the color.  For another, I had used these to illustrate a Newsletter exactly two years before the day you sent them to me:

From My Niece, Shari, of VA - 01/08/07 - "A wish for you":

A wish sent your way.

   Oh, how pretty!  Thanks, Shari!

  From Joan Lauterbach Krause ('60) of VA - 01/08/07 - "I hope you smile":

Received this today at work.  You will get a good laugh.  ENJOY!


Absolutely hysterical!!!!

   Well, Joan, this arrived empty, but the thought alone made me smile!  Thanks so much, Lady!

    From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 01/08/07 - "My Fifteen Minutes of Fame"

Have a look at this link:

Warmest regards,

Leaving no stone unturned


Mary F. Guy died in Norfolk County in 1903, but somehow her headstone ended up in Virginia Beach, where it was discovered late last year at a construction site. MORT FRYMAN/THE VIRGINIAN-PILOT

By SUSAN E. WHITE, The Virginian-Pilot
January 8, 2007


VIRGINIA BEACH - It's a mystery worthy of "CSI": How did a 300-pound gravestone for a woman who died in Norfolk County in 1903 end up at a housing development site in Virginia Beach?

That's what David Spriggs of Norfolk and Mary Atwood of Chesapeake spent more than a month investigating after a 103-year-old headstone was discovered in a rubble pile at a condominium site on Diamond Springs Road.

The gravestone, possibly granite, bears the name of Mary F. Guy, who was born May 15, 1832, and died March 5, 1903. Scrollwork smoothed by age and the elements tapers across the top of the gravestone. "Asleep in Jesus" is inscribed in italics at the bottom.

Spriggs and Atwood were strangers until Guy's gravestone brought them together. Atwood, an accounting technician at Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, found Spriggs, a local genealogist, through the Internet.

Their partnership began shortly after Atwood's boyfriend found the gravestone while working the construction site in mid- November. The stone was picked up and moved to a trash pile when workers were clearing the wooded property. Developer Jay Klebanoff, who is building 45 condos there, said he was unaware of the stone.

Atwood was intrigued. Headstones from her own family cemetery near Sandbridge were damaged about six years ago. She wanted to preserve Guy's stone and, if possible, find her burial site.

"I just couldn't leave it alone," Atwood said. "I wouldn't want anybody to do that to me and my family."

Spriggs, who retired from Navy civil service in July, eagerly joined Atwood in the investigation.

Based on his research, Spriggs said there's no evidence Guy was buried on Diamond Springs Road.

A small cemetery for Ebenezer Baptist Church is next to the construction site, but Spriggs is confident that Guy, who was white, had no connection to the church cemetery, where the remains of black residents are buried.

"I think that stone was pulled up and hauled off and just dumped," Spriggs said. "But we may never know the true history of that stone's journey."

Guy's family life, however, slowly has been uncovered. She was a wife and mother of three children. According to her obituary, she died at her Norfolk County home at Tanner's Creek Cross Roads - now the intersection of Little Creek, Old Ocean View and Sewells Point roads. Her funeral was held at Salem Baptist, a church that historical records show might have stood near the same crossroads where Guy lived.

Spriggs thinks Guy might have been buried in a cemetery there, if one ever existed, or possibly somewhere on her family's property.

During their research, Spriggs and Atwood found one living relative in Laurel, Md. James Stiegler is Guy's great-great-grandson. He knew very little of his relative until Atwood contacted him.

"It's been very fascinating," Stiegler said in a phone interview. "We just never kept up with the Guy family."

Guy's gravestone now has a new home. Stiegler gave Atwood and Spriggs permission to move the stone to the eight-acre cemetery at Eastern Shore Chapel on Laskin Road.

For weeks, the stone lay in dirt and weeds near a busy highway in northwest Virginia Beach. Just before Christmas, under a blanket of cloudy skies, the gravestone was carefully lowered to a patch of dried grass under a towering pine tree.

Atwood smiled. Two previous attempts to move the stone had failed. J.D. Glover, a landscaper and member of Ebenezer Baptist Church, offered to help after hearing of the stone's discovery.

"I feel better already," Atwood said.

For Spriggs, the mystery of Guy's burial site still deserves attention. He plans to dig for more clues.

"In doing this, you get more of a respect for your ancestors," Spriggs said. "They all had stories and histories and lives. It's all an interesting drama."

# Reach Susan E. White at (757) 222-5114 or

WOWZERONI-RINI-ROONI!!!  This is most impressive, but not at all surprising.

   David, you're the most gifted man I know - incredibly talented in a vast range of widely differing fields.

   But, Captain, you've always been famous.  Why, for those beautiful Brown Eyes alone, you'd be famous!

   Thanks for sharing this with us!

  From Jean Lankes (Hampton HS - '72) of VA - 01/09/07 - "Buckroe photos":

Hiya, Carol!
It was a thrill to see the Buckroe photos submitted by     Aretie Gallins Patterson ('59 - of Northern VA).
For a time, there were a lot more nostalgic old photos on your website, of places around the Peninsula.
Sure would like to see more. (Or... have we covered just about every place?!?)
Jean Lankes
HHS  1972

   Hey, Lady!    Actually, because the site is an archive (and not un-coincidentally because I never like to throw anything anyway), everything that ever was posted on the site is still there.

   This year's new content has been ascribed the color white, so by checking down the column on the right, you can see at a glance which section has been most recently updated.

   And the area you want most to see is my very favorite section for so many reasons:

   As it has expanded tremendously in the nearly four years since its creation, it is now divided into five parts:

      - brand new page - IN PROCESS (Those 24 fabulous images which about ten of you have now sent me have yet to be added.) 

   Places are listed alphabetically, but sometimes that can be tricky.  A familiar name might not be the official name, so you may need to do some browsing.

   I always welcome the opportunity to turn my attention to those pages, so if you see something that you love is missing, let us know.  An no, it's never finished and complete, but (hopefully!) always growing.  Sometimes it just grows more slowly than we'd all like!

   Thanks again, Jean!

From My Friend, Judy, of IL - 01/09/07 - "Excellent Advice":

This is just too beautiful not to share it with you.  I love and appreciate you!  May God richly bless you.
As we grow up, we learn that even the one person that wasn't supposed to ever let you down probably will. You will have your heart broken probably more than once and it's harder every time. You'll break hearts too, so remember how it felt when yours was broken. You'll fight with your best friend. You'll blame a new love for things an old one did. You'll cry because time is passing too fast, and you'll eventually lose someone you love. So take too many pictures, laugh too much, and love like you've never been hurt because every sixty seconds you spend upset is a minute of happiness you'll never get back.

 Don't be afraid that your life will end,
    be afraid that it will never begin.

   Thanks, Judy! This was beautiful - the words and the image! 



1.     From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 01/05/07 - "A HOLIDAY OFFER FOR ALL TYPHOONS":

I know that there were many members of the Class of 1964 who were unable to attend the 40th Year Reunion in 2004 and who did not receive a copy of the Old Rustier Anchor (2004).  I suspect that there are members of the classes which preceded and followed the Class of 1964, who may be curious about the lives of their friends.  For those who may not know, The Old Rustier Anchor is the compilation of photos and remarks by members of the Class of 1964. A version has been published at every reunion (1974, 1984, 1994, 1999, and 2004.)

I am pleased to offer (at no charge) the Microsoft WORD version of the Old Rustier Anchor (2004) to anyone who requests it. This is the Master file from which the printer created the booklets we distributed at the 2004 reunion.

It is a 24 page, 9 MB file (due to images) which I would attach to an e-mail.  If anyone is interested, simply send an e-mail to <>.  Please let me know if you are unable to receive large attached files due to spam filters, etc., and I will make other arrangements.

   What a wonderful opportunity you've provided for everyone, David! Thank you so much!

   So that no one will miss it, I'll carry this offer in the next several Newsletters, and I've posted it on TYPHOONMART, as well: - brand new page

   Thanks again, Captain!

2   From Lee Cook ('66) of PA - Phone Call of 01/05/06:

   Does anyone know the whereabouts of Trudy Purdy ('67)?  I escorted her to her Senior Prom.


 Well, I don't, Lee, but someone surely might!

  "Anyone?  Anyone?"

   Speaking of the Class of 1967, has anyone heard any rumblings about their 40-Year Reunion?!?

Trudy Purdy  
Fall of 1966

3   From Karen Weinstein Witte ('60) of FL - 01/08/07 - "REMINDER: BUCKROE MEETINGS":

From Sandra Canepa ('56) of VA - 01/07/07:


I apologize for sending you a reminder about the three upcoming important meetings in January about Buckroe's Lots B.  However, as pointed out in the earlier e-mail,  it is most critical for as many warm bodies as possible to show up at each of the following meetings in Hampton's City Hall Building, 8th Floor.

For those of you who live outside of Hampton, even outside of Virginia, please forward this reminder to anyone in Hampton who might be interested in saving Lots B for the public's continued use.   Most of you know someone living in the Tidewater area to whom you can e-mail this reminder (that is why you are on as an addressee of this note).
Planning Commission Meeting:  
January 8, 3:30 PM.  --  Public Hearing, and the Planning Commission's approval,  or not,  of the Planning
                                   Department's recommended design option choice for Lots B.  This meeting will be interesting.
City Council Meetings:
    January 10, 7:30 PM --  Public Hearing
    January 24, 7:30 PM -- Public Hearing,  AND Council's FINAL VOTE on the fate of Lots B.  
                                       (Most important on this night to have a packed house - be prepared for a late night.)
4"x 6" signs reading "Option D-1" will be available for all attendees to wear during the meetings. 
The same sign then can be placed in the rear or side windows of your cars.  Recommend they remain there for all to see as you drive around town until after Council's vote on January 24.
If you cannot attend one of the meetings above to pick up an "Option D-1" sign for your car, please make your own sign, and stick it in your car window until January 24.
We also hope to get as many "Option D-1" signs as possible displayed in store/restaurant windows throughout Hampton.  Please ask your favorite restaurant or business owner if one can be displayed in their window.   Let us know who they are,  and we will get a sign to them.
Thank you for spreading the word.
I look forward to seeing as many "Buckroe's Lots B as a Park" supporters as possible at any or all of the above meetings.
Sincerely, Sandra Canepa

   WOWZERS!!!  Thank you, Karen - and Sandra!

   Please, y'all - try to attend those meetings if you possibly can!


From the Daily Press - 01/09/07:

A new plan for Buckroe

The Planning Commission approves a plan that would add more than 200 residences.

January 9, 2007

HAMPTON -- Agreeing that the best way to boost a community was through home ownership, the city's planning commission Monday unanimously endorsed a plan for Buckroe Beach that includes sites for 225-235 residential units.

Called "Option E," an amendment to Hampton's Master Plan for Buckroe, the plan was contrived by the city's planning department. Its members sold the plan to the commission in an hour-long presentation.

Over and over again, the planners referred to "critical mass," that block of homes in which owners live. Under "Option E," 54 percent of the homes would be occupied by their owners.

"It's the critical tipping point to successful neighborhood revitalization," city architect Jessica Nordgren said.

Six opponents of the measure spoke against it, including a group that has come to be identified as the "Green Space Ladies" because they favor a plan that would retain more open space and accommodate fewer homes.

Each wore signs touting "Option D-1."

One of their number,
Sandra Canepa ('56 - of VA), accused the planners of distorting her group's preferred plan in its presentation to the commission. Another said the planners distorted figures when they said that 70 percent of the residences in Buckroe are rented.

The planning commission did not take kindly to that criticism.

"Lashing the staff is not something that sits with me very well," Vice Chairman Ralph A. Heath III said before voting yes to City Manager Jesse Wallace's motion to adopt "Option E."

"I started putting all of these plans together and I wonder if we're not worried more about the park than we are about the community."

The City Council will receive the planning commission's recommendation on Wednesday, with a plan to vote on the Buckroe Beach measure on Jan. 24.

"I can't speak for everybody on the council," said Charlie Sapp, a member of both the council and the planning commission. "I do think this is reflective of the group's sentiment."

The Green Space Ladies vowed that their fight is not over.

But some in the crowd hope that it is.

"It's time to revitalize the neighborhood," said Amy Hobbs, who lives in Buckroe Beach. "We need to get it started."


  From Edna Whitcomb Harrison ('65) of VA and    From Karen Weinstein Witte ('60) of FL - 01/10/07 - "Update on Buckroe's Lots B":

From Sandra Canepa ('56) of VA - 01/10/07:

As you already may know, the Planning Commission voted last night to recommend Option E to Council for Lots B. 
Option E was "contrived" by the Planning Department in early December. 
I believe a picture of Option E is on their website, and a copy will soon be on our website for viewing.
Option E basically is the same plan called for in the original Buckroe Master Plan.  Option E, like the original plan, will require Lots B to be sold to developers for residential housing.   
Do not get discouraged by the Planning Commission's vote last night.  We need your total support (and your bodies) now more than ever. 
It may help you to know there are a number of occasions where the Council's final decision HAS varied from the Planning Commission's recommendation.
One occasion, similar to the Buckroe issue, was in 2001 when the Planning Commission recommended that Bloxom's Corner (Fox Hill, Old Buckroe, and  Beach Rd) be rezoned in order for a Zoom's to be built on that corner.
Council held two public hearings following the Planning Commission's recommendation.  At  the FIRST Council meeting the Council voted Yes,  the property should be rezoned. 
In the next couple of weeks there was a lot of lobbying,  and at the SECOND Council meeting Council voted No,  because OPPOSITION FILLED council chambers and was overflowing.  
A Daily Press article,  September 28, 2001,  titled, "COUNCIL REVERSES VOTE, STOPS ZOOMS MOVE", tells the Zooms story and is attached for your information.
Exactly like the ZOOMS issue, Council will hold two meetings on the Lots B issue prior to a final vote whether to approve Option E or not.
The FIRST Council meeting will be Wednesday, January 10, 7:30 pm, City Hall, 8th Floor.
The SECOND Council meeting AND the vote will be Wednesday, January 24, 7:30 pm, City Hall, 8th Floor.
The Council Chambers on January 10 SHOULD BE FILLED with everyone who wants to save Lots B as a city park; HOWEVER,  
a packed house of park supporters IS ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL for January 24...just as it was for the Zooms issue. 


Please mark your calendars to attend. 
I cannot stress strongly enough how important it will be for everyone who has said they want to save Lots B as a city park  to attend the January 24 City Council meeting.  Making remarks before Council is not necessary, just your presence, but remarks, if only a sentence of two, will help.
Please send a request out to everyone in your data base,  your family,  your church,  and your social, athletic, civic clubs to also attend if they are serious about saving Lots B from developers.
Both nights, January 10 and January 24, will be late nights; therefore, people need to be prepared to "camp out" if necessary but that is little enough to give considering what is at stake.
I will be sending out another e-mail shortly which will contain different information about the issue.   
If you have no interest in remaining on this mass e-mail addressee list, please let me know immediately.
Any suggestions, other than this e-mail addressee list,  for getting people to one or both City Council meetings will be greatly appreciated.  
We will have "Option D-1" signs for everyone to wear at the Council meetings.....and Option D-1 signs are beginning to appear in car windows.  Please make one for yourself or let me know and I will get one or more to you.   Remember the signs only have to be displayed through January 24.
Thank you.  sac 

Thank you, Edna and Karen - and Sandra!

From An Anonymous Typhoon - 01/08/07 - "Caution":

Just a quick note that sometimes things can be written via e-mail that may be regretted later and sometimes a explanation can end up in a heated e-mail argument.  This can be a very distressing thing to both people involved and these e-mails can be forwarded, reworded, and so forth before being forwarded. So to all my fellow Typhoons, please be very careful who you send e-mails to and what the content contains.

Carol, please post this, as I know first hand how this happens and it can lead to legal ramifications and become a unneeded legal expense.

Sincerely and May God Bless You,
P. S.  Carol,  I do think this should be posted as a e-mail from an anonymous Typhoon. 

   Uh-Oh.  At first I thought this referred back to the late November discussion of what might or might not be acceptable content for the Newsletter.  On closer reading (being ever The Clueless One), I think this refers instead to some personal bickering. between two or more of ya'll. 

   YOWZERONI-RINI!!!  Sweetie-Pies!  "Ya don' posta do dat!!!"

   In response, I'm going to tell y'all some words which the youth of my church call, "SMA's" or "Standard Mormon Answers": Remember who you are.  Remember why you're here.  Remember where you're going.  Remember that you love each other - and Be Nice!


   Reunion information is ALWAYS posted very near the top on the front page, and on the Reunion Page section:

   Henceforth, it will be repeated here, lest you forget:
The NNHS Class of 1962
will hold its 45-Year Reunion on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, September 21, 22 and 23, 2007
at the Point Plaza Suites, 950 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard, Newport News, VA 23601.

Suites will be available that will include breakfast on Saturday and Sunday.

Visit Brenda's 1962 Web Page:


The NNHS Class of 1957 
is planning its 50-Year Class Reunion,
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday,
September 7, 8 and 9, 2007
at the Omni Hotel in Newport News, VA.

More details to follow!

The NNHS Class of 1958
is planning its 50th Anniversary Reunion,

Friday and Saturday, May 16 -17, 2008.

The Noble Gathering

More details to follow!

From My Niece, Shari, of VA - 01/02/06 - "Why People Move South" (#5 in a series of 11):



 Okay, he's had time to carve the entire Simpson family, they've had time to solidify into ice - and he's wearing a short-sleeved shirt and no jacket.....

   Thanks, Shari!

Any More Questions?  

    Y'all take care of each other!  TYPHOON FOREVER!  We'll Always Have Buckroe!

                          Love to all, Carol





Carol Buckley Harty
219 Four Ply Lane
Fayetteville, NC 29311-9305

Somewhere Out There

Written by James Horner, Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil

(Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram
from the movie An American Tail, 1987)

Somewhere out there beneath the pale moonlight
Someone's thinking of me and loving me tonight

Somewhere out there someone's saying a prayer
That we'll find one another in that big somewhere out there

And even though I know how very far apart we are
It helps to think we might be wishing on the same bright star

And when the night wind starts to sing a lonesome lullaby
It helps to think we're sleeping underneath the same big sky

Somewhere out there if love can see us through
Then we'll be together somewhere out there
Out where dreams come true

And even though I know how very far apart we are
It helps to think we might be wishing on the same bright star

And when the night wind starts to sing a lonesome lullaby
It helps to think we're sleeping underneath the same big sky

Somewhere out there if love can see us through
Then we'll be together somewhere out there
Out where dreams come true

"Somewhere Out There" midi courtesy of - 01/09/07

  "Somewhere Out There" lyrics courtesy of  - 01/09/07

"Somewhere Out There" image courtesy of - 01/09/07

Hearts Vine Divider Line clip art courtesy of - 01/30/06

Animated Tiny Birthday Cake clip art courtesy of Sarah Puckett Kressaty ('65) of VA - 08/31/05
Thanks, Sarah Sugah!

Animated Guest Book clip art courtesy of - 03/07/06

Page Hit Counter clip art courtesy of - 03/07/06

Marine Corps Seal clip art courtesy of Herbert Hice of MI - one of my Famous Marines who served in the South Pacific during WWII.
Thanks, Herbie!

Navy Seal clip art courtesy of - 05/29/06

Crab clip art courtesy of - 10/02/05

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