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08/28/06 - NNHS Newsletter
Don't Worry Baby

"Worry is interest paid on trouble before it comes due."

- William Ralph Inge
(6 June 1860 - 26 Feb 1954)

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,   

   For no particular reason that I can imagine, this Newsletter has taken me three days to construct - and it's not even very long!  


1. Carol Anne Comer Cutler ('70) of VA - 08/24/06:

Please add my name to your mailing list.

   I'm pleased to do so, Carol Anne!

   Did I understand you to say you've been married less than a month?!?  Either way, congratulations - and welcome aboard!



2.   Colin Faison ('58) of VA - 08/26/06:

Hi there, Carol;

Please do add my name to your newsletter. Have lived on peninsula ever since I got out of high school; but never do hear of anything going on around here. Have missed two reunions I understand since nobody could seem to locate me. If I seem a little bitter, just ignore it and send a little help via your newsletter. Took one look at the picture you had for me and laughed. Definitely don't look anything like that now; but then
   Bobby Turpin ('58 - of VA) looks a "little " different also. Have got a lot of catching up to do as far as reading back issues, but will enjoy it all.

Thanks a lot,
Colin Faison

Would send recent picture, but don't want to scare you.

   We're delighted to have you with us, Colin!   Having searched for missing classmates as well as having been among the missing for 25 years, I can certainly understand your frustration!  We hope to reconnect you with as many friends as possible in the shortest amount of time!

   I recommend you start with    Joe Drewry ('58) of VA:

   If AOL has the same aversion to you as it does to me, his number in Hampton is in the Peninsula phone directory.

   Meanwhile, I've listed you here:

   Welcome aboard!



1. Carol Anne Comer Cutler ('70) of VA - 08/24/06:

Thursday 08/24/2006 4:35:02pm
Name: Carol Anne (Comer) Cutler NNHS '70
Marital Status Married Larry Cutler - August 11, 2006
City/Country: Gloucester
Favorite Teachers Mr. Willey, Laurie Collier, Mrs. Masters. Had other great teachers, but can't remember all their names off the top of my pointed head!
Hobbies Bike riding, spending time with family & friends. Now that I am retired, I am
getting hooked on the Soaps again!!!
Comments Just learned about the site from Dale Lucado ('68 - of VA). Great job, keep up the good work. Thoroughly enjoyed reading the guestbook. So many names I hadn't heard in so very many years.

   Thanks, Carol Anne - and Dale!


  From Cathy Slusser Hudson ('64) of VA - 08/23/06 - "History Exam":

Hi Carol:

Thought you could use some light homework. A friend sent this to me;  hope you score better than I did.                         

GOOD LUCK ALL!!!!!!!!!!          

I got a 17; don't know much about cars, it brought my grade down.    

Catherine Hudson

History Exam...

If you don't score very well, blame it on being too young !! It is a win - win situation.

This is a History Exam for those who don't mind seeing how much they really remember about what went on in their life. Get paper and pencil and number from 1 to 20. Write the letter of each answer and score at the end.

1. In the 1940's, where were automobile headlight dimmer switches located?

a. On the floor shift knob
b. On the floor board, to the left of the clutch
c. Next to the horn

2. The bottle top of a Royal Crown Cola bottle had holes in it. For what was it used?

a. Capture lightning bugs
b. To sprinkle clothes before ironing
c. Large salt shaker

3. Why was having milk delivered a problem in northern winters?

a. Cows got cold and wouldn't produce milk
b. Ice on highways forced delivery by dog sled
c. Milkmen left deliveries outside of front doors and milk would freeze, expanding and pushing up the cardboard bottle top.

4. What was the popular chewing gum named for a game of chance?

a. Blackjack
b. Gin
c. Craps!

5. What method did women use to look as if they were wearing stockings when none were available due to rationing during W.W.II.

a. Suntan
b. Leg painting
c. Wearing slacks

6. What postwar car turned automotive design on its ear when you couldn't tell whether it was coming or going?

a. Studebaker
b. Nash Metro
c. Tucker

7. Which was a popular candy when you were a kid?

a. Strips of dried peanut butter
b. Chocolate licorice bars
c. Wax coke-shaped bottles with colored sugar water inside

8. How was Butch wax used?

a. To stiffen a flat-top haircut so it stood up
b. To make floors shiny and prevent scuffing
c. On the wheels of roller skates to prevent rust

9. Before inline skates, how did you keep your roller skates attached to your shoes?

a. With clamps, tightened by a skate key
b. Woven straps that crossed the foot
c. Long pieces of twine

10. As a kid, what was considered the best way to reach a decision?

a. Consider all the facts
b. Ask Mom
c. Eeny-meeny-miney-mo

11. What was the most dreaded disease in the 1940's?

a. Smallpox
c. Polio

12. "I'll be down to get you in a ________, Honey"

a. SUV
b. Taxi
c. Streetcar

13. What was the name of Caroline Kennedy's pet pony?

a. Old Blue
b. Paint
c. Macaroni

14. What was a Duck-and-Cover Drill?

a. Part of the game of hide and seek
b. What you did when your Mom called you in to do chores
c. Hiding under your desk, and covering your head with your arms in an A-bomb drill.

15. What was the name of the Indian Princess on the Howdy Doody show?

a. Princess Summerfallwinterspring
b. Princess Sacajawea
c. Princess Moonshadow

16. What did all the really savvy students do when mimeographed tests were handed out in school?

a. Immediately sniffed the purple ink, as this was believed to get you high
b. Made paper airplanes to see who could sail theirs out the window
c. Wrote another pupil's name on the top, to avoid their failure

17. Why did your Mom shop in stores that gave Green Stamps with purchases?

a. To keep you out of mischief by licking the backs, which tasted like bubble gum.
b. They could be put in special books and redeemed for various household items.
c. They were given to the kids to be used as stick-on tattoos

18. Praise the Lord, and pass the _________?

a. Meatballs
b. Dames
c. Ammunition

19. What was the name of the singing group that made the song "Cab driver" a hit?

a. The Ink Spots
b. The Supremes
c. The Esquires

20. Who left his heart in San Francisco?

a. Tony Bennett
b. Xavier Cugat
c. George Gershwin
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1. b) On the floor, to the left of the clutch. Hand controls, popular in Europe, took till the late '60's to catch on.

2. b) To sprinkle clothes before ironing. Who had a steam iron?

3. c) Cold weather caused the milk to freeze and expand, popping the bottle top.

4. a) Blackjack Gum.

5. b) Special makeup was applied, followed by drawing a seam down the back of the leg with eyebrow pencil.

6. a) 1946 Studebaker.

7. c) Wax coke bottles containing super-sweet colored water.

8. a) Wax for your flat top (butch) haircut.

9. a) With clamps, tightened by a skate key, which you wore on a shoestring around your neck.

10. c) Eeny-meeny-miney-mo.

11. c) Polio. In beginning of August, swimming pools were closed, movies and other public gathering places were closed to try to prevent spread of the disease.

12. b) Taxi. Better be ready by half-past eight!

13. c) Macaroni.

14. c) Hiding under your desk, and covering your head with your arms in an A-bomb drill.

15. a) Princess Summerfallwinterspring. She was another puppet.

16. a) Immediately sniffed the purple ink to get a high.

17. b) Put in a special stamp book, they could be traded for household items at the Green Stamp store.

18. c) Ammunition, and we'll all be free.

19. a) The widely famous 50's group: The Inkspots.

20. a) Tony Bennett, and he sounds just as good today..


17- 20 correct: You are older than dirt, and obviously gifted with mental abilities. Now if you could only find your glasses. Definitely someone who should share your wisdom!

12 -16 correct: Not quite dirt yet, but you're getting there.

0 -11 correct: You are not old enough to share the wisdom of your experiences.

   Cathy, I'm embarrassed to say I scored a perfect  20 on this test.  Does that mean I'm incredibly old, or just crammed full of trivial tidbits?!?  WILD GIGGLES!!!

   Thanks, Lady!


  From Sarah Puckett Kressaty ('65) of VA - 08/24/06 - "Scars":

Good one!  
Some years ago, on a hot summer day in south Florida, a little boy decided to go for a swim in the old swimming hole behind his house. In a hurry to dive into the cool water, he ran out the back door, leaving behind shoes, socks, and shirt as he went.

He flew into the water, not realizing that as he swam toward the middle of the lake, an alligator was swimming toward the shore.

His father working in the yard saw the two as they got closer and closer together. In utter fear, he ran toward the water, yelling to his son as loudly as he could.

Hearing his voice, the little boy became alarmed and made a U-turn to swim to his father. It was too late. Just as he reached his father, the alligator reached him. From the dock, the father grabbed his little boy by the arms just as the alligator snatched his legs. That began an incredible tug-of-war between the two. The alligator was much stronger than the father, but the father was much too passionate to let go. A farmer happened to drive by, heard his screams, raced from his truck, took aim and shot the alligator.

Remarkably, after weeks and weeks in the hospital, the little boy survived.  His legs were extremely scarred by the vicious attack of the animal. And, on his arms, were deep scratches where his father's fingernails dug into his flesh in his effort to hang on to the son he loved.

The newspaper reporter who interviewed the boy after the trauma, asked if he would show him his scars. The boy lifted his pant legs. And then, with obvious pride, he said to the reporter, "But look at my arms. I have great scars on my arms, too. I have them because my Dad wouldn't let go."

You and I can identify with that little boy. We have scars, too. No, not from an alligator, but the scars of a painful past. Some of those scars are unsightly and have caused us deep regret. But, some wounds, my friend, are because God has refused to let go. In the midst of your struggle, He's been there holding on to you.

The Scripture teaches that God loves you. You are a child of God. He wants to protect you and provide for you in every way But sometimes we foolishly wade into dangerous situations, not knowing what lies ahead.

The swimming hole of life is filled with peril - and we forget that the enemy is waiting to attack. That's when the tug-of-war begins - and if you have the scars of His love on your arms, be very, very grateful. He did not and will not ever let you go.

Please pass this on to those you love. God has blessed you, so that you can be a blessing to others. You just never know where a person is in his/her life and what they are going through.

Never judge another persons scars, because you don't know how they got them.  Also, it is so important that we are not selfish, to receive the blessings of these messages, without forwarding them to someone else.

Right now, someone needs to know that God loves them, and you love them, too- enough to not let them go.

   Thanks, Lady!  This IS a good one!  See you in September!

  From Jeanette Parish Houston ('64) of VA - 08/25/06 - "The Dash - Money Situation":

I've been meaning for days to mail you a check.  But........first one thing took my attention and then another.  You know how that goes.  My brother sent me the movie that I hope you have watched, The Dash.  This also sat in my inbox for days before I viewed it.  Too bad because I could have been blessed with its message much sooner.  Your "dash"  will mean so much to so many of us out here and I just wanted to be one of many to let you know that.  Thank you for all you do to keep so many of us connected.  "The check is in the mail." 


   This movie is so beautiful, Jeanette.  I've seen it before - we've even carried it before - but it really touches some deep chord, especially right now.  Thank you so very much!


  From Elaine Wilkinson Bracken ('61) of VA - 08/25/06 - "Malachi 3:3 for everyone.":

  Malachi 3:3 says: "He will sit as a refiner and purifier of silver....."

This verse puzzled some women in a Bible study and they wondered what this statement meant about the character and nature of God. One of the women offered to find out the process of refining silver and get back to the group at their next Bible Study.

That week, the woman called a silversmith and made an appointment to watch him
at work. She didn't mention anything about the reason for her interest beyond her curiosity about the process of refining silver. As she watched the silversmith, he held a piece of silver over the fire and let it heat up. He explained that in refining silver, one needed to hold the silver in the middle of the fire where the flames were hottest so as to burn away all the impurities.

The woman thought about God holding us in such a hot spot; then she thought again about the verse that says: "He sits as a refiner and purifier of silver." She asked the silversmith if it was true that he had to sit there in front of the fire the whole time the silver was being refined.

The man answered that yes, he not only had to sit there holding the silver, but he had to keep his eyes on the silver the entire time it was in the fire.  If the silver was left a moment too long in the flames, it would be destroyed.

The woman was silent for a moment. Then she asked the silversmith, "How do you know when the silver is fully refined?"

He smiled at her and answered, "Oh, that's easy -- when I see my image in it."

If today you are feeling the heat of the fire, remember that God has his eye on you and will keep watching you until He sees His image in you.

Please pass this on right now. This very moment, someone needs to know that God is watching over them. And, whatever they're going through, they'll be a better person in the end.

"Life is a coin. You can spend it anyway you wish, but you can only spend it once."
   Thanks, Elaine!   This is one of my very favorite stories!  I had misplaced my copy of it, and it's so encouraging to read from time to time, no matter what our trials may be!  

  From Jamey Douglas Bacon ('66) of VA - 08/25/06:

Hey Kid,
Could I have your mailing address ?

   Why, certainly!

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


Also I wanted you to know that Eddie's Used Furniture is still in business. It has moved downtown.  Eddie is in his 90's. My Avon lady works for him. She is in her 60's and takes care of ''the books''. Eddie looks exactly the same as he did in the 1960's. 

   WOWZERONI!!!  That is so incredible!  Well, that certainly deserves a page on Our Old Stomping Grounds, complete with music from Our Wizard of Wonderment,   Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA:

 - brand new page

Hope all is getting better for you.
You are loved, Jamey

   GULP!  I think I'm beginning to understand that, Jamey.  Actually all my life, outside of my family (and sometimes even by some of them), I've always believed that because of my rather strange - okay downright weird - personality, I've only been tolerated for the sake of civility.  I seem to wear thin on people remarkably quickly.  I thought perhaps from time to time I might be liked by some, but never really loved by more than a handful.  Perhaps I've been wrong.

   Thanks you, Jamey!  I'm really looking forward to seeing you in September!   (Assuming I can see.  I seem to be having difficulty focusing just now....)


  From Eva Ellis Madagan ('61) of FL - 08/25/06 - "The Good Wife's guide......":

Now I expect every one of you to abide by this starting today!!!  HA HA!!!!
   WOW.  Thanks, Eva!!

   If I was embarrassed before, I'm absolutely mortified now.

   I perceive that what I'm going to say next will result either in my being a laughing stock, or the object of a lynch party, but what can you do?

   With only slight modifications - most notably such as those last two pieces of nonsense, and the bit about his not needing to phone home when delayed, I've always tried to follow these principles.  No, I'm not joking this time.  Admittedly, I haven't always succeeded, but I have always tried.

   Oh, dear.  Somebody just shoot me now.

   I told y'all I was weird.......


    From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 08/26/06 - "NNHS 64/60 CONFIRMED ATTENDING":



   Thank you, David!  I posted them for you:


From One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater
during WWII - 08/26

Dear Carol,

Getting you to relax before the big Reunion. Lean back, kick off your shoes and SMILE.

Your Friend, Herbie

May you always have Love to Share, Health to Spare, and Friends who Care

   Thanks, Herbie Darlin'! 
I couldn't resist this cat!  He looks like I feel most of the time!  WILD GIGGLES!!!

  From Colin Faison ('58) of VA - 08/27/06 - "Newsletter":

Hi Carol;

Just catching up on old newsletters from 2006 and stirring up a lot of memories.

I remember the Walter who used to come thru Marshall Courts very well. We lived there about 52 - 53 I believe, not sure of dates. We had just moved back up here from Winton N.C. . I believe he had a little of just about everything on that cart, or so it seemed at the time. One of the nicest people you would want to know.

By the way, was down your general neck of the woods last week (Concord, Waynesville , and Bryson City) visiting relatives. By the way, their last name is Hardy also.

   I would assume they are of British descent, possibly Irish.  Our name, "Harty" was spelled "Hartje" in the original Dutch.  They settled in New Amsterdam in 1667, if I recall correctly.

The only thing wrong with your newsletters is that they are addictive !!!! Once I start, it is hard to quit.

   I'm delighted to hear that, Colin!  WILD GIGGLES!!!

Hope you can keep up the work for a long time;
Colin Faison (NNHS58)

   I certainly hope so, too - thanks!


  From Frank Friedland ('60) of VA - 08/27/06:


Thank you. Just came back from a trip and saw what you did. Appreciate it.

frank friedland 

   You're most welcome, Frank!  That is a really fascinating web site you have there!  Thanks for sharing it with us!

   If y'all haven't seen it yet, you're missing something special.  You can always find it linked here


  From Colin Faison ('58) of VA - 08/28/06 - "Thoughts":

Hi Carol; 

Was telling my wife about these pages today and we both started remembering. She went 
to NNHS also, but did not graduate although she later went back and got her GED. 
   As we are not an official body, we are not bound by any such exclusionary rules.  We have people who 
transferred out, people who dropped out, people from rival schools, people from other non-rival schools, 
and a few people who never even lived near the Peninsula at all.  We're all just family here.  Please ask 
your wife if she'd care to join us - "officially".  We'd love to have her. 
She was asking me if maybe someone out there might have a picture of Pete's BBQ, next 
to the bowling alley close to the James River Bridge. She worked there for a while before 
and after we got married. 
   We have our panel of experts working on this right now, Colin.  Stay tuned.
Also I wanted to ask    Fred Mays ('60 - of VA) if he had a sister,    Mary Ann 
('58), and how she is doing. 
   He does, indeed! 

Having a ball sitting here catching up on newsletters, even though most of the alumni 
came after me. Still see a few who were in my class. Think I have a few of my Anchors 
around if you might want some pictures. 
   We're glad you're enjoying it all, Colin!
Noticed you do not have (a page for) my home room teacher, Mr. Willey; hope that can be 
corrected. He was one very nice man, but I never did have classes with him.

               Thanks again for a lot of memories;
                        Colin Faison  NNHS58

   To quote a line from an old fairy tale, ""No sooner said than done', said she."

 - brand new page

   Thanks, Colin!  This page is long overdue.  Thanks for the nudge!   And I asked my sister to share the following  memory of him:


   From Eleanor Buckley Nowitzky ('59) of NC - 08/28/06 - "Mr. Willey":

Mr. Willey explained our goals for the shorthand course at the beginning of the school year. He said that everyone would be able to achieve 100 words per minute, and many would reach 120 WPM. We learned and practiced until all of us could write shorthand at 60 WPM and translate correctly, then 80 WPM, and on to 100 WPM just as predicted. Because Mr. Willey said that many of us would be able to take shorthand as he dictated at 120 WPM, we believed him. I was enticed by the challenge that I might be one of those, and sometimes I accomplished it. It was exhilarating! 
At the end of the year, Mr. Willey elaborated on his teaching method. When he first began teaching shorthand, he told the students that 80 WPM would be required in order to pass. Most class members reached 80 WPM, but there were always some students who did not achieve the goal. It concerned Mr. Willey greatly that some students in each class failed, and he wondered how he could change the outcome. He said he was inspired to tell each class that everyone in the class would be able to reach 100 WPM and some would reach 120 WPM. Every student reached 80 WPM easily and then achieved 100 WPM. The requirement to pass was actually 80 WPM, but in the students' minds the goal was set for a higher level. As a result, all of the students passed every year.
My classmates and I had the same success. We kept striving for more because Mr. Willey had prepared us to reach higher. Mr. Willey didn't tell us that the requirement was only 80 WPM until after we had surpassed that level.
Mr. Willey's teaching method has stayed with me. I tell this inspirational story often. I have used Mr. Willey's plan to help myself and others.
Eleanor Buckley Nowitzky ('59)

   Thanks so much for sharing this with us, Eleanor!  It's a great teaching story, and beautifully illustrates the caliber of teachers we were privileged to have at NNHS!  I just posted it:



  From Dee Hodges Bartram ('66) of VA - 03/13/06:

Point Plaza Hotel is located just north of the I-64 and Route 17 interchange, Exit #258. We have reserved a block of rooms there for Friday and Saturday nights at a special rate of $84, plus tax for an efficiency, and $99 plus tax for a suite.

You must book your rooms no later than Thursday, August 31st. Please call (800) 841-1112 or (757) 599-4460 and identify yourself as an attendee of the NNHS Class of 1966 Reunion being held there on September 30th to receive this special rate.

   Thanks, Dee!


    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!  


  From Carolyn Simpson Knight (‘56) of VA - 08/17/06

The “absolute deadline” for reservations for the 50th - Year Reunion celebration of the Class of 1956 is September 15, 2006!!  

Checks may be mailed to    Judy Leggette Elliott:

            Judy Leggette Elliott
            15 Rivercrest Drive
            Poquoson, VA 23662

   Thanks, Carolyn!



   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

To Pre-order Photographic Memories of the Event:



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:



   Gotta run!  I hafta go "build a cake" for a friend who's leaving town.  More to come!

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

                          Love to all, Carol - the Richest Woman in Town





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

Don't Worry Baby

(Sung with Lorrie Morgan on lead vocals and The Beach Boys backup vocals)

Well, its been building up inside of me
For oh, I don't know how long;
I don't know why, but I keep thinking
Something's bound to go wrong.

But she looks in my eyes
And makes me realize
When she says, "Don't worry, baby."
Don't worry, baby,
Don't worry, baby,
Everything will turn out alright.

Don't worry, baby,
Don't worry, baby,
Don't worry, baby.

I guess I should've kept my mouth shut
When I started to brag about my car,
But I can't back down now because
I pushed the other guys too far.

She makes me come alive
And makes me wanna drive
When she says, "Don't worry baby."
Don't worry, baby,
Don't worry, baby,
Everything will turn out alright.

Don't worry, baby,
Don't worry, baby,
Don't worry, baby.

She told me "Baby, when you race today
Just take along my love with you,
And if you knew how much I loved you,
Baby, nothing could go wrong with you."

Oh, what she does to me
When she makes love to me
And she says "Don't worry, baby"
Don't worry, baby,
Don't worry, baby,
Everything will turn out alright.

Don't worry, baby,
Don't worry, baby,
Don't worry, baby.

"Don't Worry Baby" midi courtesy of
 at the suggestion of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 08/12/06
Thanks, Dave!

"Don't Worry Baby" lyrics courtesy of't-Worry-Baby-lyrics-Beach-Boys/A02673A8876A43904825698200275318
also at the suggestion of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 08/12/06
Thanks again, Dave!

Image from New Zealand's Greenstone Pictures' Documentary, "The Quick and the Dead" courtesy
of - 08/26/06

Image of Fred Hahn's 1968 Dodge Coronet RT courtesy of - 08/26/06

Animated Blue Dots Divider Line clip art courtesy of - 08/26/06

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

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

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

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!

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

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