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09/22/10 - NNHS Newsletter - Relax

“The man who doesn't relax and hoot a few hoots
voluntarily, now and then, is in great danger of hooting
hoots and standing on his head for the edification
of the pathologist and trained nurse, a little later on.”

Elbert Hubbard
(19 June 1856 - 07 May 1915)

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,   

   I know I seriously need to relax right about now; how about you?

BONUS - - Relax - Frankie Goes To Hollywood


"Relax" is the debut single by British dance group Frankie Goes to Hollywood, released in the UK by ZTT Records in 1983. The song was later included on the album Welcome to the Pleasuredome (1984).

Although fairly inauspicious upon initial release, "Relax" finally reached number one in the UK singles chart on 24 January 1984, ultimately becoming one of the most controversial and most commercially successful records of the entire decade. The single eventually sold a reported 1.91 million copies in the UK alone, making it the seventh best-selling single in UK singles chart history.[1] Following the release of the group's second single, "Two Tribes", "Relax" rallied from a declining UK chart position during June 1984 to climb back up the UK charts and re-attain number two spot behind "Two Tribes" at number one, representing simultaneous chart success by a single act unprecedented since the early 1960s.

Upon release in the United States in late 1984, "Relax" repeated its slow UK progress, reaching number 67 upon initial release, but eventually reaching number 10 in March 1985.

The song won Best British Single at the 1985 Brit Awards.

RELAX WITH CRAFTS: - What could be more relaxing than some cozy slippers - or for that matter, crocheting them?

   Want more??


From Bill Gross ('49) of VA - 09/08/10 - "NNHS Classes of 1948":

Newport News High School classes of February and June 1948 are planning their 62nd reunion on Sat., Oct. 2nd and Sun., Oct. 3rd at Point Plaza Suites at City Center on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard, NN.  There will be a barbeque and dinner on Saturday and a brunch on Sunday. 

For details:  Bill Gross, 757-595-3203.

Bill Gross

   Thanks, Bill!

      From Dave Arnold ('65) of VA - 08/06/10 - "Update on locations - Class of 1965's 45-Year Reunion - Friday and Saturday, October 15 and 16, 2010 - OPEN TO ALL CLASSES!":


Please post this updated announcement when you have a moment.



Friday evening we’ll meet at 7:00 PM at the home of    Lynn Walker Brothers ’65 and her husband Barry (York HS - '65).  They have graciously extended an offer to open their home for the event.  Light hors d’oeuvres will be served, and we would request a $5.00 donation to assist in covering the expenses for that evening if you attend.  The change in location was decided when members of the reunion committee thought the original location might not be as suitable for conversation as originally planned.  The Brothers residence is located at 304 Dogwood Drive, Newport News.  The telephone number is 757-595-4116.  We’ll post a map providing directions. - significantly updated 08/07/10 and 09/02/10!

 - - updated 09/20/10! 

   Thank you, Dave!

   Now that everyone knows that       Eleanor (Buckley Nowitzky - '59 - of NC) and         Cheryl (White Wilson - John Marshall HS - '64 - of VA) and      I ('65 - of IL) will be there, I'm sure your reservations will increase dramatically!  

       From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 09/20/10 - "NNHS 64/64 Cruise Announcement":





IF YOU WISH TO ATTEND, CONTACT DAVE SPRIGGS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE OR TELEPHONE 757-627-1441 - Saturday, October 23, 2010, 8:00 to 11:00 PM, Norfolk, VA - updated 07/30/10 and 09/21/10!

         NNHS-64-64-CRUISE-INVITATION.doc -

        - 22 slots left! - updated 09/21/10! 


   Happy Birthday today to   Curt Overman ('59) of VA!

   Happy Birthday tomorrow to          My Oldest Grandson, Andrew Harty (Collinsville HS, IL - '10) of IL!

   Happy Birthday this week to:

24 -   Mary Anne Mays Davis ('58) of VA;

25 - Jimmy Stroup ('57) AND James Comer ('57) AND   Don Wilson (John Marshall HS - '64) of VA AND     Jerry Allen ('65) of VA;

26 -     The late Tommy Scott ('61) - 1942 (deceased 01/05/10);

27 -  Judy McCall Nesbitt ('65) of NC;

28 -     Richard Dawes (NNHS / HHS - '62) of VA AND      My Granddaughter, Kaiya Harty of IL!

   Many Happy Returns, One and All!


September 22, 1939 - There was a joint victory parade of Wehrmacht and Red Army in Brest-Litovsk at the end of the Invasion of Poland.

September 22, 1941 - On Jewish New Year Day, the German SS murdered 6,000 Jews in Vinnytsya, Ukraine. Those were the survivors of the previous killings that took place a few days earlier in which about 24,000 Jews were executed.

September 22, 1944 - The Red Army entered Tallinn.

September 22, 1945 - General George S. Patton told reporters that he did not see the need for "this denazification thing." He compared the controversy over Nazism to a "Democrat and Republican election fight." The comments led Supreme Commander Eisenhower removing him as U.S. commander in Bavaria.

September 22, 1988 - Canada's government apologized for the internment of Japanese-Canadian's during World War II. They also promised compensation.

TODAY IN 1965:

Wednesday, September 22, 1965 - The Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 (also known as the Second Kashmir War) between India and Pakistan over Kashmir, ended after the UN called for a cease-fire.

Wednesday, September 22, 1965 - Musician Andy Cairns was born in Ballyclare, Northern Ireland.

Wednesday, September 22, 1965 - Snooker and pool player Tony Drago was born in Valletta, Malta.

Wednesday, September 22, 1965 - Baseball player Mark Guthrie was born in Buffalo, New York.  He was a member of the 1991 World Series Champion Minnesota Twins.

Wednesday, September 22, 1965 - Astronaut, physician, and chemical engineer Robert Satcher was born in Hampton, Virginia.

From Norris Perry (Warwick HS - '59) - 08/05/10 - "Vote for Grace (REPEATED)":

  This is my daughter Laura's dog in a contest to be on the cover of a bag of dog food.

Vote every day for Grace. Thanks.

   Oh, Laura is your daughter, Norris! Well, that makes it all the more important! When I tried to vote for Grace again today, I noticed the site was trying to pull a switcheroo on me. It tried to persuade me to vote for the wrong Grace!  OH, NO!

Grace is #1 in pet of the month:

and #3 in pet of the year: 

  WOWZERONI!!! That's fabulous, Norris! 

   Vote early, and vote often - or at least cast your allotted daily vote!

  From Brenda Amos Williams ('62) of VA - 09/21/10, 8:20 PM - "PATSY FLOYD PRIDE ('62 - of VA)":

Hi Carol,

I see by your newsletter that you have heard about Pat's son, Rob. I think the obit will be in Wednesday paper. The funeral is Saturday, the 25th at 2pm. 2-3:30 is visitation and the funeral to follow. He is survived by his mom and dad, Pat and Robert Pride, and his 1 year old son Che' Hinton Pride. Donations instead of flowers to be sent to Che' Hinton Pride, P. O. Box 2144, Poquoson, Va. 23662.

Robert Pride is my distant cousin, marrying my friend Pat who I graduated with. Small world huh? His grandmother was my mom's mom's sister. Do you get that? :-)

Very tragic news, Pat and Bob having lost a son just over 1 year ago. I know that Rob's son was a gift from God to help Pat and Bob get through all this.

Thanks for keeping everyone up to date. Wish I did that myself, keep up the good work. Keep Pat and family in your thoughts and prayers; they sure do need it.

Brenda A. Williams

Typhoon Forever

"Sometimes in the winds of change we find our true direction."

   Thanks so much, Brenda!  We're all praying for Patsy and her family at this unspeakably sad moment in their lives.

   If I followed you correctly, you said that Bob's grandmother and your grandmother were sisters, making your mother and his mother first cousins. That means that you and Bob are second cousins - not so distant at all! Love those small world stories!

      From Harry Covert ('57) of MD - 09/21/10 - "The Covert Letter":

Rony Wise’s Incredible Effort

Posted: 20 Sep 2010 09:45 AM PDT

(This story first appeared July 19, 2010 in  and is reprinted here with permission.)

Rony Wise ran 600 miles and lifted four million pounds to raise money for Haiti relief. (Photo: Alex Hampl)

By Alex Hampl

Rony Wise has lifted the equivalent of ten blue whales. He has run 600 miles, round trip from Washington to New York with a jaunt to Philadelphia thrown in for good measure. Over six months, Wise ran and lifted weights every day to raise funds for Ripples of Hope, an organization that provides financial aid to schools in Haiti.

It all started with the dirt cookies. Wise’s friend and colleague Harry Covert was actively involved in Ripples of Hope.  After returning from a trip to Haiti, Covert sent a report with photos of his trip titled “Dirt Cookies Instead of Oreos” to a group of friends. According to Wise, the children at the school where Covert volunteered were given in-school lunch only once a week. Many of the children got little food outside of school and made “dirt cookies” to sell and trade to make money. It was this image that most affected Wise.

“I don’t think a lot of people realize that the despair and poverty down there doesn’t even equate to here,” Wise said. “In America, there are lots of hungry people, but they can go to a soup kitchen and there are programs for the needy. In Haiti, they’ve got nothing. Some things just call you to action.”

Wise, the Inmate Records Director at the Alexandria Detention Center, started talking to some of his coworkers about raising money. With the help of a colleague, he decided to solicit funds for running 600 miles and lifting four million pounds. Wise suggested that people pledge one penny for every 10,000 pounds he lifted, which would result in a four-dollar pledge per person. He got most of his support from individual donors within the Sheriff’s office and his Homeowner’s Association. He set a goal of $7,680, which would be enough to provide lunches for the school every day for a year.

Wise began his training on January 1. Less than two weeks later, disaster struck and his plans were changed. On January 12, the now infamous earthquake hit Port au Prince and devastated Haiti. The school that Wise was hoping to provide with food had crumbled and was in dire need of repairs.


“What started out as an opportunity to help feed students in Haiti turned into a relief effort after the earthquake,” Wise said.

Wise was facing problems of his own reaching the lofty goals he set. It was difficult to run every day, especially with the record snowstorms that paralyzed the DC area for weeks.

“During the snow storm I tried to run but kept slipping on the ice. Then I realized that if I got hurt I couldn’t finish [the 600 miles] so I had to take a week off and increase my pace after,” Wise said.

The storm, coupled with illness, forced Wise to ratchet up his running pace from the original 3.3 miles per day to over five, sometimes running as many as 11 miles in one outing. On top of that he said he regularly spent two and a half hours a day lifting weights in his basement. For motivation he turned to his family.

“At first I was just trying to keep up with the lifting, but then my family got involved,” Wise said. “My four year old daughter would be down there with me, and she was doing her own arm curls with her three pound dumbbells. My son is nine and he was helping to collect donations. Sometimes he donated his own money… seeing that kept me motivated.”

The school devastated by the Haitian earthquake.

Rony Wise is a humble man, one who seems almost embarrassed at the support he has gotten. “I’m not usually someone who does this type of thing. Normally I’m more of a supporter,” he said.  “I’m thankful I have a job and can provide for my family… I knew these kids had nothing.”

To date, Wise has raised over $2,500 for Ripples of Hope. Even though he successfully concluded his workouts on June 30, he is still actively soliciting more donations in order to get closer to his original goal. Wise said that he sent emails to several organizations asking for after-the-fact pledges. Overall, Wise said he is “happy with the response I got.”

Even when promoting his cause, Wise relegates himself to a figure behind the curtains. When he started raising money, he said, “I wasn’t trying to make a statement, I was trying to make a difference.”

[Rony Wise is still collecting donations for Haiti relief. He can be reached at One hundred percent of money raised from his pledges is donated to Ripples of Hope/Haiti].

Feeding the Multitudes in Haiti

Posted: 20 Sep 2010 09:38 AM PDT

Here’s the latest report on our Haiti project in general and the rebuilding of Good Samaritan School particularly.  Our team in Port-au-Prince and Cité Soleil has been working steadily, despite rains and all sorts of inconveniences. Like I’ve heard many times, if it were easy everybody would do it.

First, you have my deepest appreciation and gratitude for all of the financial support given by readers of The Covert Letter. Through contributions from you, we have resumed feeding of more than 252 destitute and hungry children in the school compound and we’ve managed to start the rebuilding of the school and facilities.  Pastor Astrel Vincent has been relentless in this project.

This effort has been difficult not just for us but all of the agencies working in Haiti since the earthquake.  Nothing is easy in this poorest nation in the western hemisphere.   Through the cooperation of World Emergency Relief-United Kingdom, World Emergency Relief-Holland, Cross International of Florida and International Relief & Development (IRD) of Arlington, Va., we’ve received more than 25 containers (40-footers) of food, medicines, school supplies and clothing delivered to the Good Samaritan School. And we’ve supplied steel rods to strengthen the proper construction cement.

I am most pleased with the fact that the children-students and hundreds of those in the Cité Soleil slums have also benefited from the generous support.

As you know, malnourishment leads to serious, lifelong health problems, even death.  The effects on children are particularly severe and can include stunting growth, wrinkling of skin, cracked fingers and toe nails and a permanently weakened immune system.  The experience of chronic hunger traumatizes children (and adults) for life.

In Haiti, before the earthquake, 22 percent of children were malnourished.  Some mothers resorted to feeding their children mud cookies because food is so scarce.  I’ve written about this previously in this space.

The January earthquake was a great tragedy for Haiti but the unprecedented response from donors across the world offers hope for the future.  Ripples of Hope donors showed great generosity.

I’m including some photos from a few weeks ago to bring you up-to-date.  Pastor Vincent has been diligent in collecting our supplies from customs in Port-au-Prince.  He’s a patient man and has made certain these goods are received, the people are fed, that workers show up on time and do their work.

When I reported earlier this year about our plan to feed our students daily nutritional meals, with milk Rony Wise of the Alexandria, Va., Sheriff’s Office was determined to raise enough funds — $650 needed monthly – to feed the children.  He has raised enough to guarantee food for six months and more.  He was assisted by members of the Sheriff’s staff that raised over $5,000.  These funds were sent in January directly to Pastor Vincent.

For children like 10-year-old Rebecca (at left), this daily meal is the only secure food she has ever known.

“I am so happy to have this food,” said Rebecca.  “I used to fear every day that I would not have enough to eat and that I would feel the aches in my stomach. My mother worried about me all the time.  But now I know that I can eat every day I feel so free.” This is an accurate quote. Rebecca and the others can look forward to at least another 6 months of food at a vital time in her growth.  There are many more children like Rebecca still in need.

Please accept my personal thanks for supporting the Ripples of Hope/Haiti project.  It’s been my privilege and honor to work with you and those in Haiti.

Steel Rods arrive for rebuilding in August.

   OH, WOW!!! Thank you so much for sharing this with us, Harry!

   Y'all know what to do...

  From My Friend, Judy Bundy Bowermaster (Litchfield HS, IL - '59) of IL - 09/21/10 - "Big Bear":

  My son Tom and Grandson Tommy Joe went bear hunting in Maine and this is what Tommy Joe shot with a BOW! If Tom got the video shot correctly, the hunt will air on the Outdoor channel sometime in July.

Am I a proud Gma? Yes. Do I think it's crazy? You bet!

   WOWZERS! That's amazing! Thanks, Judy!



  From Tommy Jenkins ('66) of VA - 09/21/10 - "The WWII/Korean War Version of Before You Go - Before You Go":


Love reading your newsletters everyday and share very little but just had to share this one. We are losing our "greatest generation" veterans of WWII at the rate of 2,000 per day and I needed to pass on this wonderful tribute to them as well as other veterans. The story behind the song is as moving and emotional as the song itself.

Thank you so much for all you do for us Typhoons.

Sincerely, Tommy Jenkins (66)

Before You Go

The elderly parking lot attendant wasn't in a good mood!

Neither was Sam Bierstock. It was around 1 a.m., and Bierstock, a Delray Beach, Fla., eye doctor, business consultant, corporate speaker and musician, was bone tired after appearing at an event.

He pulled up in his car, and the parking attendant began to speak. "I took two bullets for this country and look what I'm doing," he said bitterly.

At first, Bierstock didn't know what to say to the World War II veteran. But he rolled down his window and told the man, "Really, from the bottom of my heart, I want to thank you."

Then the old soldier began to cry.

"That really got to me," Bierstock says.

Cut to today.

Bierstock, 58, and John Melnick, 54, of Pompano Beach - a member of Bierstock's band, Dr. Sam and the Managed Care Band - have written a song inspired by that old soldier in the airport parking lot. The mournful "Before You Go" does more than salute those who fought in WWII. It encourages people to go out of their way to thank the aging warriors before they die.

"If we had lost that particular war, our whole way of life would have been shot," says Bierstock, who plays harmonica. "The WW II soldiers are now dying at the rate of about 2,000 every day. I thought we needed to thank them."

The song is striking a chord. Within four days of Bierstock placing it on the Web, the song and accompanying photo essay have bounced around nine countries, producing tears and heartfelt thanks from veterans, their sons and daughters and grandchildren. "It made me cry," wrote one veteran's son. Another sent an e-mail saying that only after his father consumed several glasses of wine would he discuss "the unspeakable horrors" he and other soldiers had witnessed in places such as Anzio, Iwo Jima, Bataan and Omaha Beach. "I can never thank them enough," the son wrote. "Thank you for thinking about them."

Bierstock and Melnick thought about shipping it off to a professional singer, maybe a Lee Greenwood type, but because time was running out for so many veterans, they decided it was best to release it quickly, for free, on the Web. They've sent the song to Sen. John McCain and others in Washington. Already they have been invited to perform it in Houston for a Veterans Day tribute - this after just a few days on the Web. They hope every veteran in America gets a chance to hear it.

GOD BLESS every EVERY veteran.... and THANK you to those of you veterans who may receive this! 

     This one really touched me, Tommy!

         My father, the late Robert Buckley, M.D. (John Marshall HS - '25) (19 Oct 1907 - 25 Apr 1960) was the Regimental Surgeon for the 29th Division, and participated in the first hour of D-Day on Omaha Beach.    This is actually a photograph of him "just doing his job" there.               My mama, the late Maxine Frix Buckley (John Marshall HS - '25) (19 May 1908 - 15 Feb 1999) often said he was killed in the war; it just took him fifteen years to die.

   Thank YOU, Tommy!

  From My Friend, Judy Bundy Bowermaster (Litchfield HS, IL - '59) of IL - 09/14/10 - "Pink Heart" (#6 in a Series of 12):

Love the babies! Thanks! Give this heart to everyone you DON'T want to lose in 2010 including me. 


"Be kinder than necessary because everyone
you meet is fighting some kind of battle.


The heaviest thing I can carry is a grudge.

Friends are like balloons; once you let them go, you might not get them back. Sometimes we get so busy with our own lives and problems that we may not even notice that we've let them fly away. Sometimes we are so caught up in who's right and who's wrong that we forget what's right and wrong. Sometimes we just don't realize what real friendship means until it is too late. I don't want to let that happen so I'm gonna tie you to my heart so I never lose you.  Send it to some balloons that you think have flown away forever. You may be surprised to see it return. Send this heart to everybody you like.

Send this heart to everybody that has touched your life in a positive way. Thank you for being in my life!!!

   Thanks so much, Judy!

From Norris Perry (Warwick HS - '59) - 09/10/10 - "~Old Timers~ (#10 of 10)":


Only one a day.

One more....!

A little old man shuffled slowly into an ice cream parlor and pulled himself slowly, painfully, up onto a stool. After catching his breath, he ordered a banana split. 

The waitress asked kindly, 'Crushed nuts?' 

'No,' he replied, 'Arthritis.' 

     Thanks, Norris, these have been a real hoot!


  From Jane Chambers of VA - 07/01/09, 02/07/10, AND 07/31/10 - "CNC BOOK BROCHURE & AD" AND 61-62 DECADERS ADDENDA AND DRAMATIC WORKSHOPS STUDENTS: 

   Contact Dr. Chambers at

   Thanks, Jane!


1. Saturday, October 2, 2010 - Evelyn's Birthday Party for Everyone - Canepa Cottage, Buckroe Beach - 2:00 PM. For details, contact Evelyn Fryer Fish ('58) of TX at - SEE: - OPEN TO EVERYBODY!

2. Saturday, October 2 and Sunday, October 3, 2010 - The NNHS Classes of February and June 1948 will hold their 62-Year Reunion at Point Plaza Suites at City Center on J. Clyde Morris Boulevard in Newport News, VA: a barbeque and dinner on Saturday and a brunch on Sunday.
For details, contact Bill Gross at or 757-595-3203.

3. Thursday, October 7, 2010 - The NNHS Class of 1955 holds Lunch Bunch gatherings on the first Thursday of every month at Steve & John's Steak House on Jefferson Avenue just above Denbigh Boulevard in Newport News at 11:00 AM. The luncheon is not limited to just the Class of '55; if you have fiends in that year, go visit with them.

4. Saturday, October 9, 2010 - "TYPHOON TAILGATE - STOKES' REVENGE 2" - from 10:00 AM and onwards at CNU Parking Lot N - SPONSORED BY THE CLASS OF 1966 AND THE SPD; OPEN TO ALL - -

5. Saturday, October 9, 2010 - The NNHS Class of 1963 will celebrate their 65th Birthdays at a Party at the Virginia Power Clubhouse, 1701 Waterview at Yorktown from 5:00 PM to 10:PM. For details, contact Susie Overton Jones at - CLASS OF 1963

6. Wednesday, October 13, 2010 - The NNHS Class of June 1942 meets at noon on the second Wednesday of every other month for a Dutch treat lunch at the James River Country Club, 1500 Country Club Road. PLEASE JOIN THEM. Give or take a few years makes no difference. Good conversation, food and atmosphere. For details, call Jennings Bryan at 803-7701 for reservations.

7. Friday and Saturday, October 15 and 16, 2010 - The NNHS Class of 1965 will hold its 45-Year Reunion. For details, contact Dave Arnold at - SEE: - - OPEN TO ALL CLASSES, HOSTED BY THE CLASS OF 1965

8. Saturday, October 23, 2010, 8:00 to 11:00 PM, Norfolk - The NNHS Class of 1964 will hold an evening cruise on the Spirit of Norfolk to celebrate their 64th Birthdays. For details, contact Dave Spriggs at and SEE: -NNHS-64-64-CRUISE-INVITATION.doc - - - CLASS OF 1964

9. Saturday, April 30, 2010 - The NNHS Class will have a Luncheon. Team Leaders are Mickey Marcella ( - 757-249-3800), Betty Hamby Neher ( - 757-898-5099), and Dr. Harry Simpson ( - 804-694-0346). - CLASS OF 1954

10. Saturday, July 9, 2011 (6:30 PM to 11:30 PM) - The Class of 1971 will hold its 40-Year at Point Plaza Suites and Conference Hotel, 950 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard, Newport News. For details, contact Richard Rawls at - CLASS OF 1971

PRAYER ROLL : - updated 08/22/10

BLOG: - updated 08/04/09

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

                                   Love to all, Carol





Carol Buckley Harty

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Written by Peter Gill  (b. 08 Mar 1964), Holly Johnson (b. 09 Feb 1960),
Brian Nash
(b. 20 May 1963) and Mark O'Toole (b. 06 Jan 1964)

Recorded by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, 1985

Oh oh

Relax don't do it
When you want to go to it
Relax don't do it
When you want to come
Relax don't do it
When you want to come
When you want to come

Relax don't do it
When you want to to go to it
Relax don't do it
When you want to come
Relax don't do it
When you want to suck to it
Relax don't do it
When you want to come
Come-oh oh oh

But shoot it in the right direction
Make making it your intention-ooh yeah
Live those dreams
Scheme those schemes
Got to hit me
Hit me
Hit me with those laser beams

I'm coming
I'm coming-yeah

Relax don't do it
When you want to go to it
Relax don't do it
When you want to come

Relax don't do it
When you want to suck to it
Relax don't do it (love)
When you want to come
When you want to come
When you want to come

Get it up
The scene of love
Oh feel it

Relax Relax Relax
Higher higher Relax


"Relax" midi and lyrics courtesy of - 09/21/10

"Relax" Image courtesy of - 09/21/10

Black Celtic Divider Line clip art courtesy of - well, I cannot seem to find that information at the moment.....

Air Force Seal clip art courtesy of - 07/07/06

John Marshall High School's Justice Scale clip art courtesy of Cheryl White Wilson (JMHS - '64) of VA - 10/13/05 (replaced 02/23/09)
Thanks, Cheryl!

Animated Laughing Frog courtesy of Joyce Lawrence Cahoon of VA - 05/31/08
Thanks, Joyce!

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

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

Collinsville High School (IL) Logo courtesy of - 09/22/07

Army Seal clip art courtesy of Al Farber ('64) of GA - 05/24/06 (still missing...)
Thanks, Al!
Replaced by Norm Covert ('61) of MD - 02/09/09
Thanks, Norm!

Animated Cheering Smiley clip art courtesy of Al Farber ('64) of GA - 08/18/05 (re-saved 02/27/09)
Thanks, Al!

Litchfield High School's Purple Panther Paw Print courtesy of - 06/23/07

Animated BOO-HOO courtesy of Glenn Dye ('60) of TX - 08/28/09
Thanks, Glenn!

Animated Army Flag clip art courtesy of - 06/18/03

Animated Kissing Smiley clip art courtesy of my friend, Judy Bundy Bowermaster (Litchfield HS, IL - '59), of IL - 09/19/08
Thanks, Judy!

Animated Laughing Frog courtesy of Wayne Stokes ('65) of VA - 07/16/08
Thanks, Wayne!

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