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07/20/07 - NNHS Newsletter
Summertime Summertime

“People don't notice whether it's winter
or summer when they're happy. ”

- Anton Chekhov
(29 Jan 1860 - 15 July 1904)

1950s - Lifeguard Stand at Buckroe Beach

1960s - Buckroe Beach

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,   

   Today's tune is by request of   Jean Poole Burton ('64) of RI back on 06/29/07, and brought to you courtesy of
    Paul Dobie ('66) of CO and DC.

   Thanks so much, Jean and Paul!


   Happy Birthday  today to    Rosalee Wills Jecmenek's ('65 - of TX) husband, Alan Jecmenek of TX! 
And a big Happy Birthday tomorrow to the Lucado twins,    Dale and    Gale of the Class of 1968! 

   My sister,    Eleanor Buckley Nowitzky ('59) of NC, will be celebrating as well on Thursday!

  Many Happy Returns to One and All!


    From Al Simms ('60) of VA - 07/06/07:

To all:

Attached you will find a selection of 28 photos from the 162 photos that I took on a visit to the new USMC museum at Quantico, VA yesterday, the fourth of July.

In the usual tradition of the USMC, the museum is absolutely spotless, inside and out, even though it has already had nearly 1/2 million visitors. It is a place worth visiting. Their website is The National Museum of the Marine Corps and Heritage Center:

In a 5 hour visit we hit the high spots and really focused on very little. We will go back several more times I think. The amount of history there is astounding and I think that all of you would enjoy visiting it if you are ever near there. Plan for as much time as you can.

The photos and the above linked website tell most of the story, but just a few comments on our visit.

You enter first a huge entrance hall that is many stories high with a number of real airplanes hanging above you. It is quite well done and tells the story of the corps and also of our military in general. The exhibits contain real equipment, human dummies - many of which look very real, thousands of photos and a great deal of text. The exhibits are not just glass cases, although certainly there are some but many are built in the way that they were in real life - sandbags with holes in them and dirt leaking out, etc, etc.

After looking around the main hall and perhaps going to the top of a several story high observation area - stairs (or elevator if you are lazy) - then you will want to enter the exhibit areas which surround the big hall - check out the website above for a map, more pictures and descriptions of what is there and what is still under development. I will give you my impressions of a couple of areas below.

In the Korea area is a room that depicts the Chosin Reservoir battle. The temperature is in the low 60s to simulate the bitter conditions that were there and there is an audio track and flashing lights in strategic places to simulate the battle. Simulated snow too.

In the Vietnam area there is a room that depicts the Khe Sahn Battle. Temp is in the 80s and the humidity is high. It actually would have been a nice day in Nam but for those of you who were never there it gives you a little bit of an idea of conditions there. They did not do the smell of the place which if they had would have been a mixture of diesel fuel, rotting jungle vegetation, gunpowder and other unpleasant things - I guess that they decided that would be "over the top" for many people. Like the Korea exhibit this one also has an audio and light show that is very well done, although not as loud as the real thing.

There are two restaurants in the museum - The Mess Hall and The Tun Tavern. We ate lunch in the Tavern - Food was very good and not too expensive.

Hope you enjoy the photos. The filename of each photo will tell you what you are seeing.

Al Simms
SP5 Radar Mechanic, 1/14th Arty, 198th LIB, Americal Division, US Army, 1967-68

   Yesterday, with the kind assistance of Al,      Joe Madagan ('57) of FL, and  
    Chandler Nelms (Hampton HS- '63) of MD, I created the museum page.

   Look for it not only on Famous Marines and Famous Marines - Part II, but directly linking about halfway down on the Site Map:

     ● National Museum of the Marine Corps and Heritage Center - Visit by Al Simms ('60) of VA - 07/04/07

          or - brand new page - at last!

   As a teaser, I'm showing only the first of the 28 beautiful images here.

    Thank you so much, Al - especially for your patience! You did most of the work for me, but I could not have made this page too much earlier (even if I'd had the time - which I didn't) because my eyes were giving me some problems, and I simply couldn't see well enough to do it.

   And thank you particularly, Gentlemen, for the great bantering and fun we had yesterday while we worked (a small portion of which I have included here for the general enjoyment of all)!

    From Al Simms ('60) of VA - 07/19/07:

.....I must say that as usual you have done a really nice job of it.

Al Simms
Class of 1960

    Thanks, Al!

    From Chandler Nelms (Hampton HS - '63) of MD - 07/19/07:

Al (and Carol, of course),

Thanks for the pictures. You know, I live so close to Quantico, but I never can seem to manage to get down there to go to the museum.

......Yes, I am ashamed of myself.

Semper Fi,

Chandler Nelms

    From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 07/19/07:

Chandler, get down and give us 25 push ups!!!

    From Chandler Nelms (Hampton HS - '63) of MD - 07/19/07:

Hell, I probably couldn't get down, much less give you 25. And if I were lucky enough to give you 10, for sure I couldn't get back up.


    From Al Simms ('60) of VA - 07/19/07:

WHAT!!! Only 25 pushups??? You would think that he was Air Force or something.............. Even an OLD army guy like me can do more than that.... I think.... Maybe....

Al Simms

    From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 07/19/07:

Fighter Pilots never loose their wings, but they may loose their ability to do push ups when they devote their time to building choppers. I am not admitting how many push up I can do now. It is embarrassing. The aging process has entangled me as well.

    From Al Simms ('60) of VA - 07/19/07:


I thought that perhaps I could do them for you but at number 9 it got too painful and I quit. From now on it is pushups every morning with my walk until I can do a reasonable number again. I did the same thing 43 years ago when I was drafted and by the time that I entered boot camp I was up to 100. Maybe this time I will just strive for the 25...............


  From Me ('65) of NC - 07/19/07:

   ..... Chandler Darlin' - Having seen recent pictures of you riding your chopper up and down the highways of America, I seriously doubt that you couldn't finish those 25 pushups - and several more to boot!

   .....All that talk about pushups prompted me to try some of my own. I used to routinely do the number required (was it 50? 100?? - and a like number of pull-ups and sit-ups as well!) to ace that part of the annual physical fitness test in HS PE to raise my otherwise abysmal scores. Forty-eleven years, eleven pregnancies, and an untold number of pounds of blubber later, I completed five.

   I may die.....

   Thanks again!

    From Al Simms ('60) of VA - 07/19/07:


Your number of pushups, especially the old one, is quite good for a mere girl, although I don't think that anyone could ever accuse you of being a "mere" anything. Are those feet and hands or are they knees and hands? Sit-ups, easy but pull-ups - never did like those.


  From Me ('65) of NC - 07/19/07:

   Back in the Olden Days, those were feet and hands.  Today I was amazed I could do the knees and hands variety....

    From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 07/19/07:

Haven't had this much fun bantering back an forth since we fired off round after round regarding the Oyster Piles in Hampton, and finally accepting the music by Berlin, "Takes my breath away" for the page.

I do enjoy the humor of the TYPHOON Nation and those weary souls from the Krabba Nation.

    From Al Simms ('60) of VA - 07/19/07:


I forgot that Chandler was a Krabba.......... Does that explain anything? Oops. I guess that will start another challenge round.

And I agree on the fun. I have never met any of you in person except Carol and yet I feel as if we are old friends. It has made an otherwise boring afternoon fun. While doing these emails I have been testing some product with another computer. The test is about 3 minutes a piece and runs unattended. All I have to do, providing there are no problems, is to hook them up, let the test run, and then shut down and hook the next one up and restart again and wait 3 minutes. Not really long enough to go do something else and too long to just sit there and wait. So got my exercise today jumping up and down and going between rooms and computers. That doesn't qualify as a deep knee bend but perhaps a medium one...........


   GIGGLES!!! Thanks again, Fellas!

    From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 07/19/07 - "National Museum of the Marine Corps":

 Hi, Carol:

Here is an image of the granite monument to be dedicated next month at the Marine Corps Heritage Center in Quantico, VA.

Hope it adds to your page.

TYPHOON Regards,
Joe Madagan ('57) of FL
Sea Duty Memorial

   Oh, WOW! Thanks, Major Madagan!

    From Al Simms ('60) of VA - 07/19/07 - "National Museum of the Marine Corps":


I did not walk up to it but I am pretty sure that it (the new granite monument) is on the hill to the left of the museum as you face the front. Next time we go I will walk up there to see it. It looked like they were working on several things in that area but we were played out when we came out of the museum and went straight to the car.....


    From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 07/19/07 - "National Museum of the Marine Corps":

The vendor was putting the monument in place about a week ago. Of course, it is very heavy and required some careful rigging to set it in place. You describe the location very well. It is in a garden.

One of our (Marines - Together We Served) members, Ed Harrell, will be there to speak. He is a survivor of the sinking of the USS Indianapolis. He spent five days and nights in the ocean before being rescued. The plane that rescued them, was not searching for them, and the pilots account will bring tears to one's eyes. Surely the hand of God was showing mercy on those Marines and Sailors.

Two other speakers who are members, survived attacks by Japanese Kamikaze planes, five of them against the USS Intrepid and three against the USS Nashville. After the first such attack, General MacArthur's Flag was moved temporarily from the Nashville.
All the funds for his monument were contributed by our members, no corporate contributions, which is why I believe the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation accepted our memorial monument.

One funny story, an old Marine from Georgia who was a gunner on a BoFor in USS Franklin was blown over board by the explosion of a 500 pound bomb. After two days in the drink, he was rescued. He was court-martialed for abandoning ship, against the skipper's orders not to abandon the Franklin. It took HQMC to persuade the Navy not to pursue this court-martial.
Sea Duty was not as cushy as it may have appeared.

   Thanks once more, Gentlemen! I added this to the page as well:

  From Sepi Dinwiddie Prichard ('58) of NC - 07/18/07 - "Are you feeling better?":


I think I breezed across something in the last newsletter that said you were sick and stayed on the couch all day Saturday! You didn't mention it on the phone when I called you, so, are you feeling better? .....

"Dimples " a.k.a. SDP 

   Thanks, Sepi! Let's just say that my asthma seems to be totally out of control this week, and it's usually much worse in the late afternoons and evenings.....  The good news, though, is a saw a super new doctor - well, a PA, really - on Tuesday.  She increased my hypertension medicine (okay, so that's really not very good news), and I've already lost five pounds!

   But the asthma? Well, no, not really.....

From One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater during WWII - 07/18/07 - "Dear Carol, ... the Good Old Days ???":

Dear Carol,

(Regarding) the advertising slogans (in our current series at the bottom of the page) they used to push on the Public. One of my favorites was from Chesterfield Cigarettes (Not A COUGH IN A CARLOAD), Watch out for that SECOND CARLOAD !!! WOW !!!

Your Friend, Herbie

   YOWZERONI and WILD GIGGLES!!! Thanks, Herbie Darlin'!

From Jean Poole Burton ('64) - of RI - 07/18/07 - "No photos of Colonial Place Church of Christ...":

Sadly I do not have a photo of Colonial Place...I left there when I was 16 and attended Ivy Memorial Baptist, but I got married at Northampton Church of Christ because my parents had moved their membership there. I knew all the kids at Ivy Memorial and it was a wonderful church. Colonial Place has now been sold. Most of the kids who went there went to Hampton Schools except for a few; Carol Petenbrink ('62), Tommy Baker ('63),    Jennie Shepherd ('62 - of NC) went there. That is all I remember who attended NNHS.

   Thanks, Jean! I'll see what I can do about updating the Our Places of Worship section soon!

From Mimi Weger Green (February 1940) of VA - 07/18/07:

Dear Carol,

I note that 
  Marty (Whitmore) McCoy ('67 - of VA) is looking for Judy Salken for the reunion of the class of '67. She is living in Williamsburg, Va., .....

   Thanks so much, Mimi! I passed this information on to Marty, and she was delighted to receive it.

  From Joyce Lawrence Cahoon ('65) of VA - 07/19/07,   Glenn Dye ('60) of TX - 07/19/07, and My Niece,    Shari, of VA - 03/23/07 - "Let's Dance":


  Today's Message of the Day is:

Life is short, Break the rules, Forgive quickly, Kiss slowly, Love truly, Laugh uncontrollably, And never regret anything that made you smile.

Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we should dance....

   Well, this oughta bring a smile to your face! Thanks, Joyce, Glenn, and Shari!  I needed that laugh!

   (Y'all be sure to enlarge this animation.  You wouldn't want to miss anything!)

  From Sepi Dinwiddie Prichard ('58) of NC - 07/19/07 - "Thanks for the compliments":

    Joe Madagan ('57 - of FL)...what lovely compliments you sent my way, does your wife know? I looked her picture up and she is a knockout! Carol has a story I wrote about one of my unpleasant experiences at a bowling alley years ago, perhaps she will print it if it suits her. It will explain my question about your wife, thanks also for acknowledging my witness.

   HEE-HEE!!!  Here it is now:

    From Sepi Dinwiddie Prichard ('58) of NC - 07/12/07:

Do you think Joe's wife, Eva (Ellis Madagan - '61 - of FL) would be upset if I thanked him in the newsletter for the wonderful compliments he paid me in past newsletters? One never knows about these things, so I thought I had better ask.

Once when I was married to my second husband he joined a bowling league at NASA where he worked. I don't bowl so I sat with him; the wives were at the other end of the alley and never invited me to join them, so I took a book and read while everyone bowled.

About the third week as I was reading, a little boy came and stood in front of me until I acknowledged him. I smiled and asked him if I could help him.

He looked at me, pointed to the other end of the bowling alley where the wives were and said, "My mama thinks you are ugly."

It hurt, but took me about two seconds to reply, "You go back and tell your mama your daddy doesn't think so."

Needless to say neither of them never came to the bowling alley again and I finished my book. People can be soooo mean, this woman didn't even know me or even attempt to. So you never know! I don't want to step on anyone's toes or feelings.


I had no idea that a living soul remembered that I worked at the Palace Theater, I loved that job, it kept me up to date with all of the goings on, on Washington Avenue. The last time I drove down Washington Avenue, it looked like some of the scenes we see on T.V. of Baghdad, minus the smoke, the wounded, and the shells of automobiles. What happened???

      OOPS!  I forgot to tell you, Dimples -   Jean Poole Burton ('64) of RI remembered your working at the Palace, too!

  Evelyn Fryer Fish ('58 - of TX)... that is an enormously flattering statement you made, it made me cry, really! I hope I live up to your expectations when we see each other in September. You have the face and heart of an angel, that's what I thought when I first saw you at Walter Reed those many years ago. I understand from Carol that you still look seventeen, or maybe a day or two older. I remember you with a pony tail at NNHS, isn't that strange, that one memory that sticks in my mind? Or what's remaining of it, after all, "Never a bridesmaid, ALWAYS the bride," and so on, and so on, and so on... oh never mind! I could go on but won't.

  Sharron Wanderer Dawes ('61 - of VA)... for you to remember me after all these years is so heartwarming, and to remember enough for the delightful words you wrote is just plain precious! Looked you up too, and you are beauty pageant material in your own right. Thank you for making my day...all of you, you are all so kind and generous with your words. I appreciate it so very, very much.

"Dimples" a.k.a. Sepi

   Thanks again, Sepi!


  From Steve Veazey ('60) of VA - 07/11/07:

Carol, dearest of the Dear, our Peninsula Sports Club is holding a special night for ex-NNHS/Menchville HS coach Charley Nuttycombe and we desperately need a method of spreading the word. Your web site might be the best of ways to do so.

Please, capture/reformat/re-do the following and post as a SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT – MILESTONE AWARD on NNHS65:


The Peninsula Sports Club honors NNHS and Menchville HS Coach Charley Nuttycombe
 Wednesday, August 1, 2007, 6:00 PM - Social; 6:30 PM - Dinner (BBQ, fried chicken & trimmings)
 Knights of Columbus Hall – 100 Columbus Way (off Nettles Drive) Newport News, VA
 Cost is $8 per person; RSVP no layer than Thursday, July 26, 2007 by calling 886-2745 (X100) or 592-8848.
 All (1956-1970) NNHS and (1970-1989) Menchville HS football and track team members
are encouraged to attend and make this a truly memorable night for Coach Nuttycombe.

Many, many thanks to you, Carol.

Steve Veazey NNHS ‘60

   Oh, Steve, how exciting! It'll be carried on all the Newsletters between now and then.  It's also posted on the main page of the site, as well as Coach Nuttycombe's page:


.    Thanks, Sweetie!

From Marty Whitmore McCoy ('67) of VA to    Terry Seay ('67) of TN - 06/29/07  - "Looking for NNHS - class of 67":

If anybody has any contact information on the following- please let me know....Melissa is sending out letters with a form for you to return for the upcoming Reunion and we need to contact the following:

Frances Artman Shelton
Tanya Colleen Back Culp
Bradford Michael Bethea
Karen Kay Bost Jessup - I have sent her an email
Cathy Lee Crocker Kinzler
James Norman Dinwiddie - I sent him an email
Billy Conn Fox
Jerry Wayne Garrison
Robert Edward Howell - We called him Rocky
Colleen James Cole
Cloid Kenneth Jordan
Patrick Jude O'Brien
Eugene Leroy Price
Judith Ellen Salken -
Kenneth J. Schwartz
James Clifton Wright

Thanks & hope to see you all soon for the BIG 40 !! :-) Marty

Marty McCoy
Office Manager

  From Terry Seay ('67) of TN - 07/01/07 - "Looking for NNHS - class of 67":


We are searching for classmates for our upcoming reunion during Labor Day weekend ... can you help?

Contact Marty McCoy at

 I think we can do that, Terry! I'll call Marty soon - really, I will - and make another page or two for your Reunion, and then we'll try to hunt these Sweetie-Pies down for you.  I'm pretty sure at least one or two of them should be a piece of cake!

   Thanks, Terry - and Marty!

From Karrin Williams Frankie (Warwick HS - '61) of VA - 06/26/07 - "Calling all Riverside Hospital Graduates":

I just received this email from a high school classmate to pass on. Please pass onto anyone you think might be a nurse or knows someone so they can have a great reunion. With so many people moving or getting married or re-married after graduation, it is hard to find everyone and emailing is a wonderful tool.



I know you have access to other classes besides our own. We are trying to let as many people know about our reunion as possible. Please forward this if it is not too much trouble.

Riverside School of Professional Nursing is having a Grand Reunion of all classes July 21 and July 22, 2007. There will be a luncheon on Saturday and a tour of the new school campus. Saturday night is open for the individual classes to meet. Sunday there will be a family picnic in NN Park, Jefferson Avenue near Ft. Eustis.

If you are a graduate or know someone who is, please help us get the word out so as many as possible will know and be able to attend. e-mail response or questions to:

You can also e-mail me.
Judy Ring Whitehead


   Thanks, Karrin! We always try to promote any and any reunions to help insure their success, as I've come to believe they are more important than we ever realized.  I've also added this listing to our "Dates to Remember" below.


1. Friday, July 20, 2007 - 6:30 PM - THAT'S TONIGHT!!! - RHONDELS IN YORKTOWN - OPEN TO ALL "Farmers, Tie-foons and Krabbas - and even those Richmond folks from TJ"


3. Thursday, July 26, 3007 - Last day to RSVP to Peninsula Sports Club for Coach Charley Nuttycombe's Milestone Award

4. Wednesday, August 1, 2007 - Peninsula Sports Club's Milestone Award for Coach Charley Nuttycombe's  

5. Thursday, August 2, 2007, 11:00 AM - Class of 1955 Lunch Bunch - Angelo's Steak and Pancake Restaurant on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard - OPEN TO ALL WITH FRIENDS IN CLASS OF 1955

6. Saturday, August 4, 2007 - Typhoon Informal Reunion - NNHS CLASS OF 1960

7. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, August 31 - September 2, 2007 - NNHS CLASS OF 1967 - FRIDAY NIGHT: OPEN TO ALL

8. Thursday, September 6, 2007, 11:00 AM - Class of 1955 Lunch Bunch - Angelo's Steak and Pancake Restaurant on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard - OPEN TO ALL WITH FRIENDS IN CLASS OF 1955

9. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, September 7 - 9, 2007 - NNHS CLASS OF 1957

10. Saturday, September 29, 2007 - Evelyn Fryer Fish's (Pot Luck) Birthday Party for All of Us - OPEN TO ALL

11. Thursday, October 4, 2007, 11:00 AM - Class of 1955 Lunch Bunch - Angelo's Steak and Pancake Restaurant on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard - OPEN TO ALL WITH FRIENDS IN CLASS OF 1955

12. Saturday, October 6, 2007 - Reunion - NNHS CLASSES OF 1941 AND 1942

13. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, October 12 - 13, 2007 - NNHS CLASS OF 1962; FRIDAY NIGHT OPEN TO NNHS CLASSES OF 1960 - 1965

14. Thursday, November 1, 2007, 11:00 AM - Class of 1955 Lunch Bunch - Angelo's Steak and Pancake Restaurant on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard - OPEN TO ALL WITH FRIENDS IN CLASS OF 1955

15. Thursday, December 6, 2007, 11:00 AM - Class of 1955 Lunch Bunch - Angelo's Steak and Pancake Restaurant on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard - OPEN TO ALL WITH FRIENDS IN CLASS OF 1955

16. Friday and Saturday, May 16 - 17, 2008 - NNHS CLASS OF 1958


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

   As these five messages were consuming so much space on each Newsletter, I've decided just to publish the NEXT upcoming reunion on each Newsletter:

The NNHS Class of 1960
will hold a
Typhoon Informal Reunion

on Saturday, August 4th, 2007, at 3:00 PM at the Beach home of Mary Ann Edwards Elliot,
504 West Ocean View, Norfolk, VA

Afternoon into evening beach party with covered dish dinner
$15.00 per person
For information/reservations, please contact:

Karen Weinstein Witte
14314 Wadsworth Dr. Odessa, FL  33556


  From Richard Dawes (NNHS/HHS - '62) of VA - 07/11/07 - "Magazine Ads of yesteryear - #6 in a Series of 8 or 9":


Thought you might like these.

Great old Ads. Although, the last one is questionable for this forum.

God bless

Richard Dawes

   Hmmm. I thought Santa smoked a pipe... GIGGLES!!! Thanks, Dicky!

   There's much more to come - next time! This Newsletter became sooo long, I moved several items to the next one!

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

                          Love to all, Carol





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

Summertime Summertime

 Written by Sherm Feller and Tom Jameson

(The Jamies, Pop Chart #26 - August 18, 1958
& re-release #38 - June 23, 1962)

It's summertime, summertime
Summertime, summertime
Summertime, summertime
Summertime, summertime

We'll, shut them books
And throw 'em away
Say goodbye to dull school days
(Just) look alive and change your ways
It's summerti-i-ime

Well, no more studyin' history
And no more reading geography
And no more dull geometry
Because it's summertime

It's time to head straight for them hills
It's time to live and have some thrills
Come along and have a ball
A regular, oh-free-for-all

Well, are you comin' or are you ain't?
You slow pokes are my one complaint
Hurry up before I faint
It's summerti-i-ime

Well, I'm so happy that I could flip
Oh, how I love to take a dip
I'm sorry teacher but zip your lip
Because it's summertime

It's time to head straight for them hills
It's time to live and have some thrills
Come along and have a ball
A regular, oh-free-for-all

Well, we'll go swimmin' everyday
No time to work just time to play
If your folks complain just say
'It's summerti-i-ime'

And every night we'll have a dance
'Cause what's a vacation without romance?
Oh man, this jive has me in a trance
Because it's summertime

It's time to head straight for them hills
It's time to live and have some thrills
Come along and have a ball
A regular, oh-free-for-all
It's summerti-i-ime

Ba-bom, it's summertime, summertime
Summertime, summertime

Summertime, summertime
Summertime, summertime
It's summertime!

“Summertime Summertime” midi courtesy of Paul Dobie ('66) of CO and DC - 06/29/07
WOWZERS! Thanks, Paul!

“Summertime Summertime” lyrics courtesy of - 07/16/07

1950's Image of the Lifeguard Stand at Buckroe Beach courtesy of Bob Buchan ('61) of VA via Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 07/04/04
Thanks, Guys!

1960's Image of Buckroe Beach courtesy of Courtesy of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 09/16/05
Thanks, Dave!

Pebble Divider Line clip art courtesy of  - 05/01/03

Army Seal clip art courtesy of Al Farber ('64) of GA - 05/24/06
Thanks, Al!

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

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!

Crab clip art courtesy of - 10/02/05

Animated Yehaa Typhoon clip art courtesy of Al Farber ('64) of GA - 08/18/05
Thanks again, Al!

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