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07/23/06 - NNHS Newsletter

"Love can sometimes be magic. But magic can sometimes... just be an illusion.”

- Javan

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,   

   Today's theme is brought to you courtesy of Alex Nicol ('49) of VA:

From Alex Nicol ('49) of VA - 07/17/06 - "The song Charmaine and the James Theater ":

Gee, back in 1950 +  a friend and I would go to the James Theater and watch some "acts" live on stage (harmless) and the song Charmaine was usually played. I liked the song and music. (The "acts" were stupid.) I have finally found the song and the history of the song, etc. Here is a web link to see what I liked then and now.


   Thanks, Alex!  This certainly sounds worthy of its own Newsletter!  I've always loved this song.  It's ten to fifteen years older than I thought, but that's because it's so timeless.  Thanks for sharing it, Alex!

   I added your comments to the James Theater page:



1.   George Helliesen ('61) of MI - 07/21/06 - "Add Name to List":

Please feel free to add my name to the list of those graduating from NNHS.
George Helliesen, Class of 1961

   That I did, George!  Your name is now on the (usually) hidden mailing lists, as well as the somewhat misleadingly named Alumni List, and the Contact Page for 1961:

   (Your email addie will not be posted without your specific permission, due to privacy concerns.)

   Welcome aboard!



   A very Happy Birthday on Thursday to    Rosalee Wills Jecmenek's ('65) husband, Alan Jecmenek of TX, and on Friday to the Lucado twins,    Gail and    Dale ('68)!

    I hope you all had a super fine day!


  From Bill Black ('66) of GA - 07/13/06:

I had a visitor in my back yard in LaFreakin'Grange this afternoon...   Actually, THREE of em!  Two grownups and a cute little kid-ling who was friskier than my trigger finger on the shutter..
Thank GAWD they didn't spot my Hosta buffet up near the trellis.  I might need to spray for Liquid Fence on 'em.  And how do ya like them Hills & Dales Crinums?  I anticipate fleurs in two or three weeks, based on last year's collection of photos.
No, I keep the grass up there mowed regularly, why do you ask?  And don't my official Lost Colony Bench look goo-oo-ood?
( that's my Andy Griffith impersonation )
  Thursday, July 13, 2005  

   WOWZERS!!!  That is so cool, Bill!  You do seem to have some interesting close encounters with wildlife down in Georgia!  Thanks for sharing this shot with us!

From One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater
during WWII - 07/
15/06 - "Dear Carol, Why Dogs Attack People":

Dear Carol,

When I receive this type of mail, I immediately think of you, which is not toooo bad. Please open all 5 links and have a good laugh, I did but, I am an easy person to make laugh. Laughing is good therapy no matter what your ailment is (if any). 

Your Friend Herbie

   These are soooo outrageously cute, Herbie!  Thanks for the repeated laughs!

   Actually, people who've met me are usually anxiously engaged in trying to muzzle me into some semblance of decorum, rather than encourage more of my raucous laughter, so I'm glad you still send me funnies.  Thanks, Sweetie!


From My Niece, Shari, of VA - 07/17/06 - "joy":

   What a nice thought to bear in mind!  Thanks, Shari!


  From My Daughter Adrienne Harty of NC - 07/17/06 - "Hamster with Gun":

   This is strangely disturbing even while it's adorable!  Thanks, Baby Girl!


  From Chandler Nelms (Hampton HS - '63) of MD - 07/18/06:

  Gloria (Woolard Price - Hampton HS - '65 - of FL),    Carol (Buckley Harty - '65 - of NC),

ECU is really a great school. When I started there in ’63 it was ECC and there were approximately 5,000 students. In ’67 it became a university. By the time I graduated, it was just under 10,000. My daughter-in-law went there to complete her undergraduate degree while my oldest son, Chad, was stationed at Cherry Point. Now, my 20 year old son will be a senior there next year and my 16 year old is planning to attend there when he graduates. There are now approximately 24,000 students. It has a wonderful school of art and a medical school, and it has one of the best theatrical schools in the nation which include Sandra Bullock (we all know who she is) and Emily Proctor (of CSI Miami fame) as graduates. Fraternity and sorority life abound there much the same as when I went there, and football weekends are everything you’d expect. I’ve never met anyone who went there who doesn’t love it. My son says he’d just as soon never graduate. He can’t wait to get back when summer ends.

Chandler Nelms

   I can certainly understand that, Chandler!  The campus has a wonderful spirit about it, and surprises await you at every turn.  Beautiful new buildings are scattered among stately old ones.  My #6 son,   Dale (Harty - American School, IL - '02), took delight in showing me the magical entrance to Joyner Library on one of our many treks from one side to the other.  He had me run through the portals which are equipped with sensors which peal chimes s you pass.  He knew I'd react as the child I am

   Thanks, Chandler Darlin'!


  From Me ('65) of NC - 07/18/06 - "Good News":

   Speaking of   Dale (Harty - American School, IL - '02) and college, did I ever mention that he'll be leaving to attend Southern Virginia University in Buena Vista in about a month?  They awarded him several thousand dollars worth of scholarships because he's so adorable (or something).  I'm glad someone at least will be returning to "the sacred soil of Virginia"!

   Congratulations, Dale!


    From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 07/18/06 - "Class of 1966 Reunion":

I am not sure what it says about our respective classes, but I cannot help but notice that there are currently twice as many non-1966 grads on the "Planning to Attend" List as there are 1966 grads.

I sure hope that changes. Perhaps it is an indicator of the REAL "PARTY" classes. :-D


   Well, actually, David, I compiled that list myself from report given me by the individuals listed. We're still waiting for the "official" word.  But I do like your assessment of the current indicators!

   Thanks, Brown Eyes!


From Roberta Hilsdon ('70) of GA - 07/18/06 - "NNHS Newsletter - Yesterday":

Hey Carol,
Thanks for playing one of my favorite songs on the webpage today!

   I do believe that's my favorite of all the Beatles' songs.  I'm glad you liked it, too!

Do you know when the 1966 reunion page that shows who is attending will be updated?  I'm anxious to see who's attending.  The Hilsdon girls are taking this opportunity for a mini-reunion, so we look forward to seeing you all there.

   SUPER-DE-DUPER!!!  I can hardly wait to see you all again!

Carol - Congratulations on six glorious years of connecting and reconnecting Typhoons (and other folks too).  We owe you so much!  When is YOUR birthday? 

   Thanks, Roberta!  I appreciate that!   I'll be turning 59 on August 30.  I thought birthdays had bothered me all they ever would back in 1974 when I turned 27, but the anticipation of this one seems to be weighing heavily on me for some unknown reason.

Please tell    David Whitley ('67 - of VA) our thoughts and prayers are with him after the loss of his father.

   Thank you, Roberta.  I added your condolences to his father's page:


  From Glenn Dye ('60 of TX - 07/18/06:

A note to    Joe (Madagan - '57 - of FL):

I got in touch with the    Robert (Buddy) Helterbran ('61) in PA who lived in the East End of Newport News on 33rd Street. We did not know each other back then but knew some other friends that each other had.

   That's always fun, too!

Carol, I am having trouble  with right foot that is crushing on me. Pray that it will get better. I am afraid of losing it

Glenn Dye 60 - always a true Typhoon.

   YOWZERONI-RINI-ROONI!!!  We'll certainly keep you in our prayers, Glenn!  Take care of yourself!



  From Linda May Bond Crayton (’66) of VA - 07/18/06:

  Mr. Madagan, Honey.

Carol is right, I am a sweetie ( cough ) and could care less about any offense you think you may have made. I like being a hick. Love my hickey people. Love my school people.
Yours, Mr. Adonis, Linda May ' 66

 Mr. London, I liked your 'Roy' story so much, I printed it out for my album!. It was really great.
Thank you 2.

Linda May '66

   I can't even think of a response, Lady!  I'm laughing waaaay too hard!!!   Thanks so much, Linda May!


  From Joan Lauterbach Krause ('60) of VA - 07/18/06 - "Red Neck Weiner Roast":

A little southern humor. :) :)

Redneck Wiener Roasting!!

Now admit it....unless you're a REDNECK,
you've never thought of such a BRILLIANT plan!

   YOWZERS!!!  Now, that's scary! GIGGLES!!!  Thanks, Joan!


 From Catherine Slusser Hudson ('64) of VA - 07/18/06 - "Newsletter for 7-18-2006"

Hi Carol:

Hope all is well with you.  I have unable to access the web-site. I am receiving the e-mails but cannot click on the link and get connected.

Catherine Hudson

   Thanks, Cathy!   The server and all its sites - including this one - were down at least from 7:00 PM Tuesday night to midnight.  They were back up Wednesday morning by 6:15.  I, of course, was a basket-case by then........


   From Mark Hutcherson ('66) of VA - 07/20/06 - "vet update":

Hi Carol,
In response to your vet update request.
U.S. Navy 1969-70 Vietnam vet
Mark Hutcherson
p.s.   You're doing a great job!

   Thanks, Mark!  I added your name to our Famous Sailors page:

   I still need your middle name, your date and place of birth, and your occupation, but at least I'll know what seal to use by your name!

   Thanks again, Mark - for everything!


  From Dee Hodges Bartram ('66) of VA - 07/18/06:

I need the group's help.  Does anyone know the whereabouts of Ms. Nancy Tucker?  She was the 1966 Class Sponsor.  If anyone can help me find her, please have them e-mail me at

   Certainly, Dee!  I know exactly who can help you with this one! 

   Oh, Major Madagan....


  From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 07/19/06:

Greetings, from Tampa Bay:
Are you are referring to    Mrs. Nancy Keesee Tucker? If so, I can assist you. She is currently in Newport News helping her brother Tommy (Keesee - '54) settle matters related to the death of Tommy's wife.
She is now Nancy Barr, and lives in Dripping Springs, Texas.
If we are talking about the same    Nancy Rose Keesee, NNHS Class of 1957, it will be my pleasure to give you her address, telephone number and email address.
Let me hear from you.  Thanks, TYPHOON Conduit!
TYPHOON Regards,
Joe Madagan

   That would be one and the same, Joe!  Thanks!!!


  From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 07/21/06 - "Class Sponsor reconnected
with NNHS Class of 1966.":

Hi, Carol:
As the "TYPHOON Conduit" you have once again assisted a NNHS Class reconnect with a Class Sponsor. Thanks for allowing me to assist in this endeavor. This is certainly one of the primary missions of this website.
Keep up the outstanding work, and we pray that you and Paul will not grow weary in the job search, knowing how discouraging it can be to find the right job.
A small gift is on the way via "Snail Mail" and will remind you of one of our favorite CSA Generals.
TYPHOON Regards,
Joe Madagan ('57) of FL

   Dear Sweet Adonis!  My mama used to have a built-in radar where my sister    (Eleanor Buckley Nowitzky - '59 - of NC) and I were concerned.  Whether across town or a thousand miles away, she knew when we were in pain or troubled or needed her help in any way.  The phone would ring, and she would say, "What is it?", "What's wrong?", "What can I do?", or (as often as not), teasingly, "Whadaya want this time, Cluckmeat?!?"

   You are obviously possessed of that same gift.  Thank you so much, Joe!  You'll never know what that means to me right now!


From One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater
during WWII - 07/
21/06 - "Dear Carol,  Words to try and live by, Look for the silver lining":

Dear Carol,

Your latest E-Mail gives me the impression that you are not feeling well SO, here are a few words to pick up your spirits. You may have heard the song by Judy Garland ? Enclosed are the words as reminders. When my wife was still with me I used to sing a line from that song as follows, (So always look for the silver lining, and try to find the Sunny Side of YOUR WIFE.) She didn't think it was funny, but I thought it was quite humorous. That ought to be worth a coupla GIGGLES.

Your Friend, Herbie

  Look for the Silver Lining

(As sung by Judy Garland)

As I wash my dishes, I'll be following a plan,
Till I see the brightness in ev'ry pot and pan.
I am sure this point of view will ease the daily grind,
So I'll keep repeating in my mind.

Look for the silver lining
When e'er a cloud appears in the blue.
Remember some where the sun is shining,
And so the right thing to do is make it shine for you.

A heart, full of joy and gladness,
Will always banish sadness and strife,
So always look for the silver lining,
And try to find the sunny side of life.

So always look for the silver lining,
And try to find the sunny side of life.

As originally written by Jerome Kern,
Introduced by Marilyn Miller and Irving Fisher in the musical, Sally, 1920,
and performed by Marilyn Miller in the film, Sally (1929)


   Well, Herbie Darlin', I just can't imagine why she didn't find that amusing!  I thought it was hysterical!!!  WILD GIGGLES!!!  Thanks, Sweetie!  


  From Chip Clark ('65) of Northern VA - 07/13/06 and 07/21/06 - "hard-at-work images..":

Hi Carol:

Here are 1.3 dozen jpeg images that I shot during my Belize trip last month.  I'm slowly getting better at shooting underwater.  A lot of my better images were shot in three feet of water or less.. you don't need a flash at that depth to compensate for the color filtering effect of water.


95 - Jim Norris, marine botanist swimming over the coral and gorgonians on a small “patch” reef south of the research station on Carrie Bow Cay in Belize. Depth to the reef top here is about 24 feet. 102 - A convergence of marine botanists.. Jim Norris and Bob Sims from the Smithsonian, and Fred Gurgel from Brazil exchanging comments by sign language while collecting algae. Depth at the sea bottom here is about 27 feet; the “sea grass” covering the flat sand bottom is the algae thallasia. 291 - Jim Norris with his underwater digital camera shooting macro photographs of algae in it’s natural habitat. The depth is about three feet, and we’re snorkeling. This is an area of shallow coral formations with lots of wave action and strong water flow directly off the ocean, so we’re constantly swimming into the current just to hold position. These shallow pictures show the full range of colors; below about 15 feet all the warmer colors have been absorbed by the water and only the blue gets through to your eyes, or into the camera. 318 - Our “large” dive boat loaded with divers, equipment, and collecting buckets for algae. We’re anchored  in a cove at Cat Cay, an uninhabited (mostly mangrove) island about 15 miles south of our research station at Carrie Bow Cay.  
358 - Jim Norris snorkeling along the surface in Cat Cay Bay.. remarkable because it’s absolutely dead calm (quite unusual!) and the flat surface acts like a mirror when seen from underneath. 368 - Bob Sims collecting algae off the roots of the mangrove trees in Cat Cay Bay. Again, here, the full color of the scene comes through. The shallow sea floor is loaded with algae and small corals, and the  roots are loaded with various types of algae and sponges. Bob is an easy photographic subject because his collecting/snorkeling techniques are so graceful that he doesn’t stir up the mud …. 375 - The diver is at the bottom of a sand pit in the Cat Cay Bay lagoon. Although the shallow areas of Cat Cay are clear and thickly carpeted with living algae and corals, the pits are always murky and only a single type of penicillium algae grows there… looking like little brushes sprouting from the sand at a depth 45 feet. 538 - This is a beautiful little spot only about 200 feet from the research station. A series of isolated coral heads sprout out of the sand bottom, and there are always schools of french grunts hanging around. Late in the afternoon, the slanting sunlight makes the gorgonian “bushes” glow with backlight. Snorkeling at 15 feet.  
570 - Marine botanist Suzanne Fredericq, a professor at Lafayette, Louisiana is collecting algae off the deeper side of the research station at Carrie Bow Cay. Here, at about 60 feet, the image would be completely blue (as seen in the background) except I’m using two flash units to correct the color in the foreground. Underwater flash has a very limited range, perhaps 10 feet before it too becomes only blue light. 614 - This is even further down the ocean side slope off Carrie Bow Cay. Jim Norris is the closest diver; Bob and Fred are deeper down the slope. This is what it looks like without any added flash; solid blue. Jim  and I are at a depth of 70 feet, and the sand bottom below left is about 100 feet. 621 - Using flash on the left side to add color to the foreground coral and tube sponges. Depth about 60 feet. 707 - Jim Norris collecting in about three feet of water, Fred in the background. This is another interesting biological area; the constant pounding of waves over this area has reduced the coral to slabs of rubble and not much can grow there. What algae does grow is constantly grazed upon by herbivorous fish.  
777 - Suzanne is holding out her collecting bag and some algae she just uprooted from the shallow sand bottom off of Man-O-War Cay which shows in the background. This type of “over/under” image can only be done using a large dome port over the cameras’ lens, and the water level is constantly moving across the image.. the best results are part skill and a lot of luck and timing. To get really good shots you’d have to shoot a dozen frames or more in the hope that one would have the water level exactly where you wanted it.. It’s easy with digital, but I can’t do it with film, since I’ve only got 36 shots to a roll, and there are a lot of other things I’m trying to photograph on the same dive. 791 - On my last dive of the trip I came across a six foot nurse shark (mostly harmless) “sleeping” under a coral shelf  at 50 feet. It was so nonchalant that I could lie flat on the sand bottom next to it about three feet away to get this image with a wide angle lens. I wish I had a flash on the camera this dive but I’d decided to go light and left it back in the lab. Beach Camera - And a “hero shot” of yours’ truly, camera in hand back on Carrie Bow Cay.. photo by Jim Norris while I  was prowling the island looking for shots.. Chip Table - Another shot of the ‘main square” of the island’s lab building. I’m sitting at the picnic table/conference table/workbench downloading my dive computer’s memory. Debra Jahn (in the bikini) is a visitor to the lab. The island Station Manager, who keeps everything running and the scientists out of trouble, is Bert Pfeiffer, sitting on the steps. A quiet morning at the office.  


    Chippy Darlin', the colors alone in these images are so breathtaking they defy description!  Your titling of images has always fascinated me.  For instance, the eighth shot bears the name, "Patch Reef Scenic".  Honey, these are all the very definition of "scenic"!!!

   Some of us lead more exciting lives than others.....  Back when we used to sit together in Magruder School, I always thought you'd grow up to be a nuclear physicist.  I'm so glad you chose another branch of science.  It appears to be much more fun, and besides, your magnificent images are such a delight!

   Okay, I've spent twenty or thirty minutes looking for the page with your Belize images which you sent me earlier so that I can add these to it.  It doesn't exist, right?  I never really actually made it, hmmm?  Right, well, I just love it when that happens - NOT!  Maybe I can make that page tonight while nobody's looking......

     Thanks again, Chippy Darlin'!   See you in September!



  From Me ('65) of NC - 07/20/06 - "Our Graduations":

   I awoke Thursday morning with a vision of how I wanted to arrange this new section, so I asked    Dave Spriggs ('64 - of VA) to assist me, and he graciously did so, and here it is: - brand new section

   It's awaiting your images, memorabilia, stories, memories, and some of the missing facts.  There's much more to add, but the basic structure is there.

Also, the 1964 Graduation Program looks like it went though the washer in a shirt pocket.  While mine is not mint, neither is it quite so wrinkled. Also, the passage of time has given it a certain parchment-like patina.  Your decision.


     Bless your heart!!! I was hoping someone had a better copy!  Thanks for everything, David!



    From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 07/20/06:

You could add these to the Prom pages or the Graduation pages ... your choice.

Saturday, June 5, 1964  
Saturday, June 5, 1964  

   WOWZERONI!!!  Thanks so much for this treasure, Brown Eyes!    I opted to add it to the Prom page, which I redid slightly.  I'm seriously toying with the idea of refashioning it to display in the same way that the Our Graduation section does, that is, by individual years.  The 1966 Anchor contains a number of images from their prom, which I need to scan and add in the near future.



    From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 06/20/06 - "ATTENTION ALL CLASS

If you will require lodging, we have reserved a block of 15 rooms at the Point Plaza, 950 J. Clyde Morris Blvd., Newport News VA, for Saturday night, October 14th, at a special NNHS rate of $79 (Standard) or $99 (Suite) plus 12.5% tax. You must make your reservation NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2006. Call 1-757-599-4460 or 1-800-841-1112. In order to receive the special rate, you must clearly say "NNHS Class of 1964 Birthday Celebration" when making the reservation. Because of this requirement, it is recommended that you DO NOT make your reservation over the Internet.

   Thank you, David!  Y'all have fun!



   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 Great Open Reunion
sponsored by the NNHS Class
of 1966
in honor of their graduation 40 years ago
will be held on Friday, September 29, 2006 from 7:00 PM
to 1:00 AM
RJ’s Restaurant, 12743 Jefferson Avenue, Newport News, VA.

September 30, 2006, meet at 11:00 AM at Newport News High School
(now Huntington Hall) for a tour of the high school and gym.
Parking is available next to the gym on Huntington Avenue.

Saturday, September 30, 2006 from 7:00 PM to midnight,,
the grand affair will be held
at Point Plaza Hotel, 950 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard, Newport News, VA, 757-599-4460.

NTACT Dee Hodges Bartram at


The 60th Birthday Celebration
for Members of the NNHS Class of 1964

will be held
on Saturday, October 14, 2006, 7:00 - 11:00 PM at Spirit Events,
12672 Patrick Henry Drive, Newport News, VA 23602.


We all agree that the Class of 1964 throws the best parties, and we really were flattered that so many members of other classes attended our 40-year Reunion.  However, the Committee chose to invite only members of the Class of 1964
to our 60th Birthday Celebration.

But, the good news for all you High School Reunion "Junkies" out there
is that you can look forward to our 45-year Reunion in 2009.

CONTACT Dave Spriggs at


The Grand 50-year Reunion
of the NNHS Class of 1956
will be held on Friday, October 20, 2006 at the James River Country Club, Newport News, VA from 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM.
Cost is $56.00 per person, reservations required by Aug. 1.

On Saturday, October 21, 2006 at 7:00 PM, a casual get-together will be held in a Hospitality Room, Country Inn & Suites on Route 17, Newport News, for all classmates
who wish to attend. 

CONTACT Judy Leggette Elliott at
or 757-868-1111

"Dinner" Planning Meetings for
The Class of 1962!

They would love to have as many of their classmates
as possible to participate in the future as they plan
the details of their upcoming 45-Year Reunion!! 
Please plan to join them at their next meeting.

If you did not receive an announcement, they do not have your address. 
Please email Pat Floyd Pride at
or Brenda Amos Williams at

for directions, and so that you can stay in touch

Visit Brenda's 1962 Web Page:



  From Catherine Slusser Hudson ('64) of VA - 07/13/06 - "Need A Laugh!?" (#2 in a series
of 12):

Hi Carol: 

Thought you might get a chuckle out of some of these, a friend of mine sent them to me. 

Catherine Hudson


   No wonder I stay confused all the time.....

   Thanks so much, Cathy!  I think we're all always in the market for a good laugh!


Make up your mind!!!



   As may be evident, there are many notes which I've saved until nest time, simply because we're out of both space and time.  Keep the faith.

   Many of y'all have sent me personal notes, sweet words of encouragement, during this period when I've largely been too numb to respond.  Please forgive my rudeness, and please know how deeply I appreciate your love and concern.   I'm sure I'll snap out of it soon.  I always do.


   Y'all take care of each other!  TYPHOONS FOREVER!

                          Love to all, Carol





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


Words and Music by Ernie Rapee and Lew Pollack for "What Price Glory" (1926)

  I can't forget the night we met,
How bright were stars above,
That precious memory lingers yet,
When you declared your love.

And then you went away,
And now each night and day,

I wonder why you keep me waiting,
Charmaine, my Charmaine.
I wonder when bluebirds are mating,
Will you come back again?

I wonder if I keep on praying,
Will our dreams be the same?
I wonder if you ever think of me, too.
I am waiting, my Charmaine, for you.
  You went away one dreary day;
I knew you had to go,
'Mid tears and cheers I heard you say, "Charmaine, I love you so."

Tho' old years turn to new,
My heart keeps calling you.

"I wonder why you keep me waiting," Charmaine cries in vain.
"I wonder when bluebirds are mating,
Will you come back again?

"I wonder if I keep on praying,
Will our dreams be the same?
I wonder if you ever think of me, too.
Charmaine's waiting, just waiting, for you."

"Charmaine" midi, lyrics, and available history courtesy of - 07/18/06
at the suggestion of Alex Nicol ('49) of VA - 07/17/06
Thanks, Alex!

Image of Bluebirds courtesy of - 07/19/06

Knotted Blue Divider Line clip art courtesy of - 05/16/06

Animated "NEW" clip art courtesy of - 03/07/06

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

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

Animated Yehaa Typhoon clip art courtesy of Alan Farber ('64) of GA - 08/19/06
Thanks, Al!

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

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