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09/06/06 - NNHS Newsletter -
Sugar Sugar

“To be a girl is to be sweet, to be a sugar or a honey,
to have dolls, to play house and be the mother."

- John Money
(b. 1921)

Dear Friends and Schoolmates, 

  You're all so sweet, I thought I'd give you some sugar!  WILDEST GIGGLES!!!  


   Happy Birthday yesterday to Donna Marie Vest Hagerman ('71) of VA, and today to our very own "Sarah Sugah",    Sarah Puckett Kressaty ('65) of VA.

   Congratulations, Ladies!



    If anyone knows where to locate Jean Hooker Hanson (Hampton HS - '64), we've received an inquiry concerning her.  She was last known to have been somewhere in TX.  She had a brother, Richard Hooker, who attended NNHS; I do not know if he was younger or older than she, as I cannot seem to find him in the 1955 - 1966 Anchors.  (That proves absolutely nothing, of course.  We all know I could be staring directly at his photo and not see it).

   If you know where to reach either of them, please contact me so that I may relay that information.  Thanks!


  From Bobby Hilling ('62) of VA - 09/02/06:

Hi Carol,
This is a great way for all to recognize and remember September 11; and at the same time show our support for our troops at home and overseas.
My nephew's son, a 2005 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, is proudly serving our Country in Iraq. He and all the troops need and deserve our support.
Thanks for considering this to be posted in your newsletters.
By the way, a NNHS delegation walking together would be neat..
And, great appreciation to you for all that you do for us....Bobby

   Thanks so much, Bobby!!! I seem to be too computer illiterate to figure out how to convert this attachment into a form I can use, so I just copied the information from it for now, until a later time.  I missed some of the graphics this way, but I caught all of the pertinent information.



Come to the Coliseum Mall - Hampton - 6:00 p.m.


#1 ... America supports its military, their families and all who protect and defend us.

#2 ... The Freedom Walk embodies recognition of courage, commitment, and community.

#3 ... The Hampton Roads Region recognizes September 11th as a day of remembrance for all Americans that democratic freedom can never be taken for granted.  

The City of Hampton in partnership with the Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, the Cities of Newport News and Poquoson announce plans to host the “America We Support You Freedom Walk” to remember the victims of 9/11, celebrate freedom, and support our troops and veterans. This event is in conjunction with 6 other cities in Hampton Roads.

The event will begin with a walk starting at 6:00 pm on Monday, September 11, 2006.  Opening and closing stages are in the Coliseum Mall parking lot near Outback Steak House.  The route is approximately 1.8 miles.


The event is FREE to participants.  People of all ages and physical condition are encouraged to participate in this family-friendly event.  Free t-shirts to the first 700 walkers and flags to the first 1,000.

Local sponsors for the event include, but not limited to Coliseum Mall Properties, Coliseum Central BID, Hampton Chevrolet Mazda, Old Point National Bank and 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union.

To register or for more information

please visit or call Jodi Weygand at 262-2000

Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
21 Enterprise Parkway - Suite 100 • Hampton, VA 23666
Phone: 757-262-2000 • Fax:757-262-2009

   WOWZERS!!!  What a super opportunity!  Oh, to be upon "the sacred soil of Virginia" again!

   Thanks so much, Bobby!  I'll keep this running until then!


  From Jean (Poole Burton - '64 - of RI) - 09/04/06 - "I adore September Song...":

I can hear Jimmy Durante singing it! 

   Oh, my goodness - certainly!  I had quite forgotten!  Now I'm wondering who it is that's been serenading me with that beautiful melody all this time!?!  Oh, of course - Nat King Cole!  It's almost always Nat King Cole!

Your daughter  (Adrienne) is beautiful.  She looks just like you.

   Thanks, Lady - that's what everyone keeps telling us!


    From My #6 Son, Dale (Harty - American School, IL - '02 - of VA) - 09/04/06:

Hey Lady,

It appears I will not be coming home for stake conference (September 16-17) after all.  I don't think (my ride) is planning on headin' back till October for general conference (September 30 - October 1).  But oh well... I love ya, Lady. 

   OH, CRUM!!!  That's really too bad, because Charis Bean Duke asked    Eleanor (Buckley Nowitzky - '59 - of NC) and    Adrienne and    me ('65 - of NC) to sing in a women's double quartet for the Saturday night session.  We'll be singing one of her original compositions, this one from 1995.  Eleanor's one of the first altos, and Adrienne and I are the two second altos, which at times is quite low indeed.

   And of course, the weekend you actually will be home, Eleanor and I will be GONE!

   We're coming back home Sunday morning in time to watch conference at her house.  Maybe we'll overlap somehow.....

   And I love you, too, Sweetie-Weetie!


  From Evelyn Fryer Fish ('58) of TX - 09/04/06 - "Seniors - And they don't mean Seniors
in High School!":

You'll love this, Carol.  Have a great day. 


Speakers on!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you don't nod off during this one, there are several other good links...

   This is great!  Thanks, Evelyn!


  From Linda May Bond Crayton ('66) of VA - 09/05/06:

To Carol, to    Herbie Lovey Dovey,

I enjoyed the southern list in this letter, because it means you should know what "Mister" (insert first name here) really means. It means Sugar or Honey Lamb or Lovey Dovey or anything else we can call you without your wife and/ or the woman you're with, getting crazy. Silly man. Nice mustache by the way. Who's that guy the fish is holding?

Riley and I used to go fishing-a lot- until we agreed that ON THE WATER was like a bar-b-q; He does the cooking! I'll explain.

He would drag me to every kind of fishing there was, because he hated to go alone. One day we went to Mariners' Museum in the spring or summer. I believe the bait of choice was blood worms. The lunch was ham sandwiches. The book I brought was, new.

After loading, arranging, motoring, picking the spot and baiting, we waited. No talking, of course. So I took my shirt off and laid on the back of the boat to sun and read. It did not take long for him to decide this was not a good spot after all and we had to move. Why this was a concern for me I did not know, as I was very happy with the spot and my book, which was new.  So we loaded in the rod and bait and arranged everything in the bottom of the boat and picked another spot, by the trees. I start to read again but he says to me, "The bait is on your end-bait my hook. "BLOOD-WORMS! ECK!!!! So I do. Then he decides he wants a sandwich and would I hand him a drink and bait the spare rod because we might get lucky. So I do. I guess it took him three bites of that sandwich before he realizes there was no sink to wash my hands....... He throws the sandwich overboard then ( and I know he loss his mind) threw my book overboard, which was NEW! Well Hey Boy I was awake now. Green sparks flew from my eyes. He says to me. I want you here with me, not in a book. But I'm not aloud to talk, I said. Still, he says. With me.

Now guys, you should know by now, when your wife does exactly what you say instead of what you meant to say, it's best to realize what she's saying to you is, "we made a deal and you're breaking it-I would prefer you did not!". Especially with the green sparks.

OK. We are by the trees and he gives me an ore and says paddle along the shore, "I'm sure there are fish under those tree roots. He is at the front and I'm paddling from the back, per instructions. We are in among the branches but not alone, a snake has come for a drink by route of a branch, the same branch that was in front of his face. ROW, ROW, he screams, as he puts both hands in the water and starts back paddling. I do, (exactly. per instructions) the snake joins us, he leaves, the snake leaves and I keep paddling.

So you see my dear friends, it is a common law (written in stone, no doubt) that when you have a Bar-B-Q, the men do the cooking. And when you go fishing, the men FISH. (Especially if you have a NEW book.)

 Lots of love, Linda May ' 66

   Linda May, you are such a HOOT!!!  Thanks for sharing your wondrous tale of fish, snakes, and woe!

   Hey Lady!!!  You are going to be there, are you not?!?


  From Colin Faison ('58) of VA - 09/04/06 - "Wayback machine":

Hello again Carol;

Reading the newsletters makes me think of some friends I had that I have not heard of for a long time. Maybe some of the alumni might be able to bring me up to date on them. I also used to live in Stuart Gardens on 19th Place; a little street only one block long, right behind the shopping center. Ah what memories that brings back; especially on baking days when the smell of fresh baked bread would roll back our way !!

The Rosenwassers used to live on that street also, right across the street. One of the people I used to hang around with was a boy named    Stanley Conn ('58). Lost touch with him after graduation and was wondering if he is still around . There was also a family with name of Siegel that lived next door to me who used to own a store out in Hampton close to the ice plant. If anyone could give me any information about any of them it would be much appreciated.

     Myra Rosenwasser Kahn ('58) lives in Florida;    David Rosenwasser ('64) is in Missouri.   I remember Stanley Conn, but do not know what became of him.  The Siegels I remember well, but I've not heard from or of them in forty-eleven years.    Natalie Siegel ('66) was a beautiful girl with a dynamite smile. She probably had older siblings; I can't recall.

To    Freddie Mays ('60 - of VA) I would like to say, please talk your sister    Mary Anne ('58) into coming if you could. I'll bet she looks as good now as she did when I knew her. Looking forward to the reunion; will not know many there, but will be there anyway; hoping there will be a reunion in '08 for my class.

Well, their baby sister,    Cheryl Mays Howard ('66 - of VA) will be there anyway; they might as well have a family reunion!

Might actually catch up on all the back issues yet;

Colin Faison
Class of '58

   More power to you there, Colin!  WILD GIGGLES!!!  Just remember - even though the Newsletters have taken center stage, they represent but a small fraction of the entire site itself:

   Thanks - glad you're having fun!


    From My #5 Son, Nathaniel (Harty - Hillsboro HS, IL - '97 - of IL) - 09/04/06:

Hey Mom,

I couldn't seem to find Shelby Foote on either the Famous Marines or the Famous Soldiers pages. He served in both branches. I've been reading his The Civil War: A Narrative, and the "About the Author" section in the second book talked about his being a captain. So, I did a little Google action, and found this obituary which talks a bit about his service:,,1518756,00.html

Love ya, and talk to ya later.

   GASP!!!  What an egregious oversight on my part!

   Thank you, Faniel - and a Very Merry 27th Un-Birthday!


  From Cookie Phillips Tyndall ('64) of VA - 09/04/06 - "ELVIS AT 71 YEARS OLD":


If Elvis had lived longer, he possibly would have re-written, "Are You Lonesome Tonight." Here's how it might have turned out.  Turn up speakers and sing along!

   This would be hysterically funny - if if weren't so very true!  WILD GIGGLES!!!  Thanks, Cookie!


  From Chandler Nelms (Hampton HS - '63) of MD - 09/04/06:

Okay, you let me off easy this time. Thanks, Dearie.

   Certainly, Luv!

Speaking of birthdays, mine is somewhat unique. 12345. Or 012345 to be exact. January (01) the twenty-third (23), 1945 (45). When I‘m asked for my birthday, I just say 12345. Then there’s a pause of silence, and then there’s either a reply “you’re kidding, aren’t you” or “hey, that’s really cool”. I have never known anyone else with that birth date EXCEPT my high school classmate, Byron Luna. We always communicate on our birthdays and sign our emails and birthday cards to each other 12345. Maybe we should determine who was born first on that day. The we could be 123451 and 123452. Ha, Ha.  J

Chandler Nelms

   You DO have the world's greatest birthday, Chandler Darlin'!  I tell people that story all the time - to which they usually reply, "NO WAY!!!" 

   And I say, "Yes, not only that, but he's as gloriously beautiful now as ever he was back in the days when we used to feign drowning at the beach so that he (the quintessential blond lifeguard) would come dashing in the waves to save us!" 

   And they say, "Do tell". 

   So I do.

   This is all true, by the way, every word of it.  I have witnesses.

   Thanks again, Gorgeous!


  From Me ('65) of NC - 09/05/05 - "My Hydrangea in June":

   Y'all are always sending me flowers, bless your sweet hearts, so I thought I'd show you the most spectacular member of my sorely neglected garden this year.  I generally prefer the blue blossoms (as it bore last year), and yes, I do know how to control the color.  But when I saw this gorgeous shade of fuchsia, I decided this plant definitely knew what it was doing without any interference from me!    
  Monday, June 19, 2006, 12:41 and 12:42 PM  
  Fayetteville, NC  
   And yes, Herbie, I did take the time, and I tried to smell it, but either it has no particular fragrance, or my hay fever was so out of whack, I missed it!

  From Richard Dawes (NNHS/HHS - '62) of VA - 09/05/06 - "PayPal link":

Looks like the link is working tonight.
It must have been my machine.
I don't know?

Hope you had a great Birthday.


   I think the PayPal link goes down from time to time on its own, now that I think about it.  Anyway, thanks so much, Richard!

From One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater
during WWII - 09/05
/06 - "Dear Carol, Why dogs make better pets than cats.":

Dear Carol,

Dear Carol, This has nothing to do with your Reunion plans or is it meant to distract your thinking in any way.

   That's okay, Herbie Darlin'!    There are plenty of people on our mailing list who are not involved in the reunions - even the open ones!  And my reunion "thinking" at the moment consists largely of "What on earth am I going to wear, now that nothing seems to fit and this blubber just won't go away?!?"

I have a Hound Dog and two cats and I love them all but, My Hound Dog travels everywhere with me and my two cats are happy to just stay at home. I knew you would want to know that.

Friend, Herbie

   Oh, I do!  On the other hand, the cats don't bug you, screaming, "ME-ME-ME-ME-ME-TOO", when you'd rather just be alone!

Why dogs make better pets than cats.

1. Dogs will tilt their heads and try to understand every word you say.
Cats will ignore you and take a nap.

2. Cats look silly on a leash.

3. When you come home from work, your dog will be happy and lick your face.
Cats will still be mad at you for leaving in the first place.

4. Dogs will give you unconditional love until the day they die.
Cats will make you pay for every mistake you've ever made since the day you were born.

5. A dog knows when you're sad. And he'll try to comfort you.
Cats don't care how you feel, as long as you remember where the can opener is.

6. Dogs will bring you your slippers.
Cats will drop a dead mouse in your slippers.

7. When you take them for a ride, dogs will sit on the seat next to you.
Cats have to have their own private basket, or they won't go at all.

 8. Dogs will come when you call them. And they'll be happy.
Cats will have someone take a message and get back to you.

9. Dogs will play fetch with you all day long.
The only thing cats will play with all day long are small rodents or bugs, preferably ones
that look like they're in pain.

10. Dogs will wake you up if the house is on fire.
Cats will quietly sneak out the back door.

   This is all so hysterically true, Sweetie!  And that's why we love them both! Thanks!


  From Me ('65) of NC - 09/05/05 - "My Pets":

   As y'all have heard numerous times, rampant family allergies and asthma severely limit our household pets.  Typhoon the Phish was a gift to me two years ago from my good friends,    Dave and    Pam Smith Arnold ('65) of VA.  Froggy the Toad joined our family this spring.  He lives on our front steps, and more than once has jumped inside the house, the naughty baby.
   Aren't they just so cute?!?

  Typhoon's getting to be rather ancient for a Betta, and now divides his time between pretending to be dead or pretending to be a ballerina, as in this shot.

  Friday, July 28, 2006, 6:02 PM
Fayetteville, NC
Wednesday, August 16, 2006, 6:52 PM
Fayetteville, NC
  Typhoon the Phish Froggy the Toad  
   Froggy took up residence in my Aloe Vera plant.  He's wearing one of the ubiquitous pine needles in this portrait.  I would have removed it, but I didn't want him to hop merrily away before I snapped his image.

From Peggy Fussell Porter (North Sanpete HS, UT - '81) of NC - 09/05/06:
Hi Sister Harty,

It was so nice to read your newsletter! It looks like a fun group!

   Oh, that it is, Peggy - I assure you!

I especially enjoy seeing you on Sundays. It's too bad Sunday only comes one day a week! If your husband    (Paul Harty - Bardolph HS, IL - '61 - of NC) wasn't in the bishopric, I'd try to recruit you to the fourth ward. We are so in need of good families.

   Well, there ya go, guys.  Peggy Porter is a Latter-day Saint also - bringing the Mormon population of our subscribers up to about ten out of 460 - depending on how you're counting.  She and I are in two different congregations which use the same building.

   For a fun discussion in this vein, see the hysterical contribution of the ever gorgeous    David Whitley ('67 - of VA) in this least likely of all places:

Hope all continues to go well for you and your family.

I'll be seeing you Sunday.

Sister Porter

   Thanks, Peggy!    Oh, yes - I forgot to mention one thing to you.  Whatever you say to me just might end up in the Newsletter as I have little to no judgment whatsoever, so be sure to tell me something subtle like, "NOT FOR PUBLICATION" whenever you want to stifle me.  I'm as obtuse as a box of rocks, but I generally take direction well.


  From Jay Styles ('68) of VA - 09/05/06:

Greetings Carol,
Hope you enjoyed your trip back to Virginia and survived the diminished storm.  While you were in the mountains, you should have gone up I-81 a little further.  Just north of Harrisonburg there is a little place called the Bar-B-Que Ranch, get this, they still have curb service.  Anyway, they had one of their cruise-ins, people from all over come and participate.  Over 250 registered cars, old muscle cars, antiques etc., and at least 250 more that did not register.  It was great, neat cars, poodle skirts, pegged pants, DA's, good food, and gray hair!  The next night, they closed down Court Square and had a lot of the cars on display again.  A side note concerning the Ranch, one of the waitresses there, Til, has been working there since 1947, now that HAS to be some kind of record.  If you ever get the chance, you have to stop by.  Also, last month we took the top off of the super-skate and went to Winchester to have a late lunch at the Olive Garden, and discovered a drive-in theatre still in business on Route 11!  Didn't know that there were any left.  Kids now days don't know what they're missing. 

   That is soooo cool!!!

Since you're bound and determined to list me in the famous soldiers home or was it page, what information do you need? 

   Well, now the we have your picture in uniform  , all we need is your full name, date and place of birth, and anything else you'd like to list about your time in the service (dates, for instance) and in the Highway Patrol (those dates, again!).  See?  Very simple!  I already started on it:

Just got a E-Mail from    Dave Arnold ('65 - of VA); he suffers from blindness and senility also.  Guess that is why he has curb feelers on his Jeep. 

   Oh, poor baby!  WILD GIGGLES!!!

Will talk or rather type at you later.

Jay Styles, '68

   Thanks, Sweetie!


  From Richie Allen ('66) of VA - 09/05/06 - "Anyone seen Ronnie or Lynette Taylor ??":

Hey ... This is Richie Allen from the class of '66.  I've been thinking about the Taylors that lived in the Newmarket area . Does anyone know how to contact or get in touch with Ronnie or Lynette ('69) Taylor ??

   I have my best agent at work on that now.

   "Anyone?  Anyone?"

You may pass out my address to anyone that may want to contact me if you like. I'm on the list for the news letter at my work address but can no longer access the web from work . Please change to my home address if you would:

   Super!  I have your addie posted now:

Thanks ah Pile !!!!

   GIGGLES!!!  Thank you, Richie!


  From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 09/06/06 - "In Memoriam NNHS Class
of 1957

Hi, Carol:
Recently    Patricia Beck Letzinger ('57 - of VA) suggested that the members of the NNHS Class of 1957 provide details of the passing of our class members. Our hope is to assist in providing useful data for this web page.
Allow me to provide some details about the passing of    Sandra Turner (Ingels) Grohowski: She passed away on July 4, 1983, after a 3 1/2 year battle with cancer. At the time of her death, she was employed as an Editor of the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Doctrine, Headquarters, TRADOC, Fort Monroe, VA. She was survived by her husband Lt. Col. Gerald A. Grohowski.
TYPHOON Regards,
Joe Madagan ('57) of FL

   Oh, how very sad!

   Thank you, Joe - and Pat!  I do strive to have a complete archive - even when it's painful.


    From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 09/06/06 - "NNHS 64/60 CONFIRMED ATTENDING":



   AHHH - that's more like it!  Thank you, David!  I posted them for you:



    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!  It sounds like such fun!  


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

The “absolute deadline” for reservations for the 50 - 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:



From One of my Famous Marines -    Herb Hice of MI, who served in the Pacific Theater
during WWII - 08/21
/06 - "Dear Carol, Too Cute to keep to myself, Getting along in life"(#5 in a series of 24):

Dear Carol,

The first picture has been around many times before, but ... enjoy the 23 other pictures. Some of the pictures may have been staged or touched up digitally, but they are still interesting to see.

Your Friend, Herbie

     OH, DEAR!  GIGGLES!!!

   Thanks, Herbie Darlin'!


  From Judy Horton Lindstrom ('63) of FL - 08/27/06 - "YOU ARE GONNA LOVE THIS"
(#5 in a series of 10):

I thought you might love these.

Thanks, Judy!  They're adorable!

Which cat ate your Prozac?    

   I have even more to come, but we'll save it for next time, as I am out of time! 

   Y'all take care of each other! 

   TYPHOONS FOREVER!  We'll Always Have Buckroe!

                          Love to all, Carol  - the Richest Woman in Town





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

Sugar Sugar

(The Archies, 1969)

Sugar, ah honey honey
You are my candy girl
And you've got me wanting you.
Honey, ah sugar sugar
You are my candy girls
And you got me wanting you

I just can't believe the lovliness of loving you,
(I just can't believe it's true)
I just can't believe the one to love this feeling to
(I just can't believe it's true)

Sugar, ah honey hiney
you are my candy girl
and you got me wanting you
honey, ah sugar sugar
you are my candy girl
and you got me wanting you

When i kissed you girl I knew how sweet a kiss could be
(I know how sweet a kiss could be)
Like the summer sunshine pour you sweetness over me
(Pour your sweetness over me)

Pour a little sugar on it honey
Pour a little sugar on it Baby
I'm gonna make your life so sweet, yeah yeah yeah
pour a little sugar on it yeah
pour a little sugar on it honey
pour a little sugar on it baby
I'm gonna make your life so sweet, yeah yeah yeah
pour a little sugar on it honey

Ah sugar, ah honey honey
you are my candy girl
and you got me wanting you
Oh honey honey, sugar sugar..............
You are my candy girl

"Sugar Sugar" midi courtesy of - 09/06/06

"Sugar Sugar" lyrics courtesy of 

Image of Various C & H Sugars courtesy of - 09/06/06

Sugar Beets Image courtesy of - 09/06/06

Animated Smack clip art courtesy of - 04/10/03

Scissors with Fuchsia Ribbon Line (to open the bag of sugar, Silly!) clip art courtesy of - 09/17/05

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

American School Logo clip art courtesy of - 09/05/06

Animated Rolling on the Floor Laughing Boy courtesy of - 04/06/05

Hillsboro Topper (Band Version) clip art courtesy of - 06/07/08
Thanks, Mark!

Crab clip art courtesy of - 10/02/05

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

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

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