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03/03/09 - NNHS Newsletter -
Moments to Remember

“Strangely enough, this is the past that somebody
in the future is longing to go back to."

- Ashleigh Brilliant
(b. 09 Dec 1933)

1958 Anchor, p.4

1957 Anchor, p.4

Dear Friends and Schoolmates, 
   Today's theme comes to us as a request earlier this week from
    Marcus C. Higgins ('65) of AZ:

"...Sometimes someone will suggest a song for your columns.  Perhaps our 'theme song' should be 'We'll Have These Moments to Remember.'  Check out the lyrics sometime.  I think it is by The Four Lads, about 1959 maybe."

   Thanks, Marcus - great idea! Actually, that (1955) song has been on our website itself since 09/27/03, predating even the Newsletters themselves!  It was used to accompany the poem     Brownie Shaffer Haracivet ('62) of VA wrote for her 40-Year Reunion in 2002, though the music itself wasn't added for nearly a year:

BONUS #1 - - Moments to Remember - The Four Lads

BONUS #2 - - Moments to Remember - The Lettermen

BONUS #3 - - Moments to Remember - Ray Conniff, 1976


    From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 03/02/09 - "  Bob Hedrick ('58) of VA":

Hi, Carol:

Please keep Bob Hedrick on the TYPHOON Nation prayer list. He is heading to Houston on Thursday (03/05/09). He was confident he had beaten the Big C with the help of his physicians, and the pancreas is free of cancer now, but he is in for another bout with the stomach now. Please keep him on the Prayer List. He is in good spirits, and he is a fighter.
TYPHOON Regards,
Joe Madagan ('57) of FL

   YOWZERS! That we will, Adonis - thanks for letting us know!

  From Judy Phillips Allen ('66) of VA - 03/02/09, 8:07 PM - "Monday update on   Monty (Phillips - '62 - of VA)":

More proof of God answering prayers....Monty had a pretty good day.  First he did not want ANY visitors.  After his afternoon bathing and beard grooming, he told his nurse to call me and tell me that I could come see him.  How vain he is! The breathing tube is permanently out, there is only ONE bag hanging from the pole by his bed now, and he has the pain pump to use as needed.  His color has pretty much returned and his eyes are much more clear and wide open.  We had a wonderful hour to visit.  We talked about things he wants me to do. I had to take notes.  I gave him numerous messages from friends and family and the well wishes, etc.  We told stories of the past and laughed. By the way, Fuzzy, he said that YOU were the culprit at the Paramount Theatre that night....not him. Don't worry.  I believe you.
Again, thank you all for the prayers.  I figured, that about the time you prayer warriors received the prayer request and prayed for him, that is when improvement began.  It continues.  The difference from Saturday to Sunday and from Sunday to this evening is a miracle.  Thank you for your prayers and THANK GOD for answering them.
God bless you and good night.

   SUPER-DE-DUPER! Thank you, dear Judy!


  Happy Birthday tomorrow to:

04 -   Mr. William Etheridge (NNHS Principal) - 1922 - (deceased - 04/19/05)!

  Happy Birthday this week to:

05 - Hazel Pegram Southall ('57) AND Helen Pegram Ignace ('57) AND   Jeanie Scruggs Anderson ('65) of VA;

07 -   Shirley Eanes Matthews ('66) of VA;
08 -
Mildred Mae Linkous Spriggs ('38) of VA - 1921 (deceased 07/04/07) - also Mother of
       Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA AND Doris Burns ('38) - also Mother of    Steve Burns ('65) of MN;

09 - Patrick Burke ('57) AND   Bobby Hilling ('62) of VA AND   Katie Haan Spaulding ('64) of CA;
10 -
  Helen Avant Neal ('57) of VA!

   Many Happy Returns to You All!

    From Eric Huffstutler (Bethel HS - '75) of VA - 02/27/09 - "Marines Update":

Next up are updates for the Marines.  Another long list (and a couple of military photos) and has information you won't find just anywhere!  You may want to check the main Famous Marines link as it takes you to the M-R section rather than the A-F list.
Here we go...
A-F - - updated 03/02/09
Don Adams (death date)
    d. 25 September 2005  Los Angeles, CA
Joe Agee  (Joseph Schroth Agee) (real name)
F. Lee Bailey (Francis Lee Bailey, Jr.) (real name)
Rod Carew (Rodney Cline Carew) (real name)
Drew Carey (Drew Allison Cary) (real name)
Philip Carey (Eugene Joseph Carey) (real name and death date)
    d. 6 February 2009 New York, NY
David Carradine (John Arthur Carradine) (real name)

James Carville

James Carville (Chester James Carville, Jr.) (real name and birth location change)
    b. 25 October 1944 Fort Benning, GA
 Roberto Clemente (Roberto Clemente Walker) (real name)
Buck Coffman (Clovis Clyde Coffman) (real name)
Gerald W. Colbert (Gerald Warren Colbert) (middle name)
Chuck Colson (Charles Wendell Colson) (real name and birth date)
    b. 16 October 1931 Boston, MA
Syd Dearing (birth and death locations)
    born in Hampton, VA
    died in Norfolk, VA
Brian Dennehy (Brian Mannion Dennehy) (real name and birth location correction)
    born in Bridgeport, CT
Laz Diaz (Lazaro Antonio Diaz) (real name)
Andre Dubus (Andre Jules Dubus) (real name and death cause)
    died (heart attack)

R. Lee Ermey

  R. Lee Ermey (Ronald Lee Ermey) (real name)
Gary Farnsworth - People are looking for a birth and death date for Gary Farnsworth.  One person said he died young?  How young?
I find a George Gary Farnsworth in Alaska in 1981 with a personal injury suit.  Just thought it strange there is another person with the exact name.

Glenn Ford (Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford) (real name and birth location change)
born in Quebec City, CAN

Shelby Foote (you have death year 1005)
Mark Fuhrman (Mark James Fuhrman) (real name and birth date/location)
    b. 5 February 1952  Los Angeles, CA

G-L - - updated 03/02/09
John Gary (John Gary Strader) (real name)
Frank Gifford (Francis Newton Gifford) (real name)
John H. Glenn, Jr. (John Herschel Glenn, Jr.) (middle name)
Mike Gordon (Michael Jay Gordon) (real name)
Lewis W. Green (Lewis Wallace Green) (middle name)
Gene Hackman (Eugene Allen Hackman) (real name)
Edgar Harrell (Edgar A. Harrell) (still need middle name)

Gustav Hasford

Gustav Hasford (birth location change)
    born in Russellville, AL

Herb Hice
(death location)
    died in Macomb, MI
Doc Hudson (Leonard Myls Hudson) (real name)
Harvey Keitel (Harvey Johannes Keitel) (real name and birth location change)
    born in Brighton Beach, NY
Ray Kelly (Raymond Walter Kelly) (real name and birth date / location)
    b. 4 September 1941 Manhattan, NY
Terry King (Terry Goodloe King) (real name and also aka Terry D. Goodloe)
Judge Mills Lane (Mills Bee Lane III) (real name and birth location change)
    born in Savannah, GA
Jim Lehrer (James Charles Lehrer) (real name)
M-R - - not yet finished...
Lee Marvin (note he is buried at Arlington National Cemetery)
Ed McMahon (Edward Leo Peter McMahon, Jr.) (real name)
Steve McQueen (Terrence Steven McQueen) (real name)
Ken Norton (Kenneth Howard Norton, Sr.) (real name)
Tim Parsons (Timothy Dowling Parsons) (real name)
Sam Peckinpah (David Samuel Peckinpah) (real name and death location change)
    died in Inglewood, CA
Tony Perkins (Anthony Richard Perkins) (real name and birth date / location)
    b. 20 March 1963 Cleveland, OK <--Oklahoma not Ohio
L. Tom Perry (Lowell Tom Perry) (real name)
Tyrone Power (Tyrone Edmund Power, Jr.) (real name)
Dan Rather (Daniel Irvin Rather, Jr.) (real name)
Garland Rigney (Garland Brown Rigney, Jr.) (real name and birth date)
    b. 1 May 1949
Charles S. Robb (Charles Spittal Robb) (real name)
S-Z - - not yet finished...
George C. Scott (George Campbell Scott) (real name)
George Schultz (George Pratt Schultz) (real name and birth date / location)
    b. 13 December 1920 New York, NY
Tom Seaver (George Thomas Seaver) (real name)
Bernard Shaw (note - anchor for CNN between 1980-2001 when he retired)
Leon Spinks (Leonard Spinks, Jr.) (real name)

Gene Tunney

Gene Tunney (birth / death locations)
    born in New York, NY
    died in Greenwich, CT

A. Theodore Tuttle (Albert Theodore Tuttle) (real name)
John Warner (John William Warner) (real name)
Montel Williams (Montel Brian Anthony Williams) (real name)
Ted Williams (Theodore Samuel Williams) (real name)
Pete Wilson (note - CA Governor between 1991-1999)

   Thanks so much, Eric - we're getting there!

    From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 03/02/09 - "Bison Trail":

Hi, Carol:

Thanks for the reply to my message in your Newsletter. Since
       Captain Dave (Spriggs - '64 - of VA) is busy assisting in organizing their Class Reunion please do not send my request to him regarding identification of the Railroad that used the "Nickname" of "The Bison Trail" on their freight cars.

It looks like it might be a hopeless cause unless one of your faithful subscribers is a railroad buff and remembers this bit of trivia.

A Google search is overwhelming, and leads only to RV and Campsites, etc.

Railroad Nicknames websites do not display this old nickname, most likely tossed in the dust bin of railroad history.
TYPHOON Regards,
Joe Madagan ('57) of FL

   OH, CRUM! Perhaps we'll learn more about this later, Major Madagan! Thanks!

       From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 03/02/09 - "RE: Bison Trail":

Shortly after the newsletter appeared, I made a quick Google search, but didn’t turn up anything.  

I have not given up, just got … (ahem) … sidetracked for a while.

   Thank you, David!


    From Bill Black ('66) of GA - 03/01/09, 12:15 PM - "First Snowfall in LaGrange Since.. since.. since..":

#27 #29 #31
Sunday, March 1, 2009 - LaGrange, GA

Well, friends and neighbors, here it is: photographic proof that LaFreakin'Grange, Georgia does, indeed have winter weather.
The first pic was taken about ten minutes after Susan yelled at me to "come look at what's on the Weather Channel!  HURRY!!"  I pulled my butt off the couch, where I had been watching Contractor Amy Matthews wrestle a sink into the opening on a granite topped cabinet, without wrinkling the tight blue tee shirt that hugged her pert, firm bre-   Okay, I was watching the DIY Channel, like I do every Sunday morning.    Sure enough, on the screen, everything west of Georgia was covered in pink and green, indicating snowfall...  But glancing out the kitchen window, I saw only clouds.   Back to the couch.   Oh, Amy... Amy.. Sweet baby...let me help you with that... 
Minutes later, Susan yelled again that the Weather Channel was "calling for snowfalls in excess of an inch in LaGrange" and kept her face glued to the monitor.  I glanced out the window, and saw rain falling.  Oh Amy, Amy... Can I really call you if I have questions about installing a sink, or any project around the home?
Minutes later, it had turned to sleet, then - as Amy Matthews started to caulk around the edge of the granite counter top with waterproof silicone - it all turned into the snow you see in image #27.   Susan never looked up at her computer screen, but kept telling me "The Weather Channel says it's thirty five out there..  Snowfalls in excess of one to two inches in the following counties.." which she dutifully read off to me. 
Ten minutes later, the back yard was covered, as you see in image #29. 
"Now it's thirty two degrees.  How'd it drop three degrees so fast?"
Oh, and by the way, I built that terrace several years ago, without the benefit of "Rock Solid" advice on the DIY Channel.   Yes, those are cracks in the stucco.  Okay, okay, okay, so I built the whole damned thing over about two weeks of going to Home Depot to pick up as many concrete blocks and bags of cement that I could fit into the Quinnmobile at a time, and was digging four or five more feet of footings after each trip.  Maybe if I'd really known how big the thing was going to be before I started, I would've poured all the footings at one time, then gone back for the block, then the masonry mix for the stucco, and then made the caps...  And maybe there wouldn't be any cracks anywhere.  All that was covered in the FIRST "Rock Solid" episode, called: "Start with a plan..."
Just because two guys have their own TV show doesn't make them geniuses, does it?  Well, does it?
Anyway, the third shot is of the area just to the left of the terrace, showing the Leyland Cypress I planted many, many years ago, before there was even a DIY Channel, covered in wet, heavy snow.  To the left is a Bluebird house I made ( occupied last summer, you're welcome, Mother Nature ) behind the cypress is the long serpentine border I created by burying every eight or ten inch diameter limb and trunk I could find in the ground to edge my bed of liriope, daffodils, day lilies, and wild weeds and to the right is my "Homage to Martha Stewart Tuteur", which was probably the very FIRST decorative garden element I built many, many, many years ago.   There has ALWAYS been a Martha Stewart.
So, those of you in Richmond and North Carolina: here's the winter storm that you have a 50/50 chance of getting tonight and tomorrow.  I did all I could to make it all fall on Ridgecrest Road to spare you any excessive accumulation up yonder.
But be on the safe side:  head to Ukrops and get bread, eggs, and "Milk" on DVD now, before all the old people start crowding the highways with their Volvos and aisles with their walkers...
Stay safe, be warm, and think well of me.  I have to go tell Susan to look outside and see real snow before it melts this afternoon.
Hell, maybe I'll just e-mail her.
Just think, a little over ten years ago, I'd be looking at the snow falling in Richmond, and thinking "Dammit!  I have to go to the station and answer the freakin' snow phone for three hours after Cavalier Call-in."
At least there was always an endless supply of pizza... Right?

   Thanks for these rare images, Bill!

    From Bill Black ('66) of GA - 03/01/09, 1:56 PM - "One Casualty from the Snow...":

Well, LaGrange's snowfall was pretty, until.....
Walking around the house, there were a lot of limbs and branches on several shrubs bent over in the heavy snow, and I did what I could with a broom to save them from breaking, or being so strained that they never stood upright again.  But this Leyland Cypress in the backyard caught me by surprise...  
Sunday, March 1, 2009 - LaGrange, GA

Maybe it was because of two days of rain that preceded the snowfall that softened up the ground around the roots, maybe the drought over the last two or three years kept deeper roots from developing, I don't know.  But I think -since he didn't snap off at the base, like I'd feared- I think I can dig out a hole "uphill" since those roots are already broken, and drop him back into the ground.  With the proper "slow-release" to help encourage new growth, of course.   Figuring out how to "stake him" is a  problem, though.   I'm not sure whether to put a long four-by-four in the hole next to him, and secure the trunk for a year or so until new roots develop, or stretch a line further uphill for better support...  I'll have to see what kind of root ball he still has...  The four-by-four would be less obvious, hidden in the branches, but I don't know.
It's something I had success with on a large wax myrtle beside the house several years ago.  In that case, the whole shrub, about fifteen feet high, just fell over, and I realized that the jackass goober who put in the landscaping when they built the house just dropped the shrub into a hole, without taking off any of the burlap and wire bag, so whatever roots it eventually developed had to grow over the top of the bag to spread out at all.  And of course, only a few were holding him up... 
But you know how I hate to cut down a tree, even though the cypress is about fifteen feet tall, with a much thicker, heavier trunk.   We'll see what I can do tomorrow...
I'll document it all, though, and maybe get a gardening magazine article out of it. 

   Oh, how very disheartening - but thanks for your report, Bill!

  From Joyce Lawrence Cahoon ('65) of VA - 03/01/09, 6:22 PM - "THANK YOU!!!":

I want to thank you for including my prayer request for   Sunni and I will let you know something just as soon as I do!!
Guess what?  It's snowing in Virginia!!!  It's only been snowing about 1 hour and everything is already getting white, sticking to the roads and the grandchildren are doing the "close the schools" prayer.  Remember those days?  LOL  
I live just outside of Richmond in Highland Springs.  Sending you just a couple of pictures of our patio taken just minutes ago.  It's really coming down!!  It's still just rain in Newport News but I hope they get snow too.  I have nieces and nephews there and I'm sure their children want the schools closed too.
I guess snow is old stuff for you now that you live in Illinois, but it's still great to us poor old Virginians!  I'm just as bad as the kids, LET IT SNOW!!!
 Joyce Cahoon


- snow never gets to be old for me, Joyce!

   As long as everything is cancelled and no one is in jeopardy and everyone's warm and toasty, I think it's one of life's most beautiful blessings!

Sunday, March 1, 2009 - Highland Springs, VA

   We here are snow free, but it's reallll-ly cold! BRRRR!

   Thanks for the happy images, Lady!

  From Joyce Lawrence Cahoon ('65) of VA - 03/02/09, 10:26 AM - "Winter Wonderland!":

Beautiful!!!!!  These pictures were taken this morning, 3/2/09, of my front and back yard. Everyone is home for the day because almost everything is closed.  (My daughter) April's power went out last night about 9 o'clock and was off until this morning around 11o'clock, ours blinked but hung in there.  If you got snow, send me pictures!  I'd love to see them.  The grandchildren got their wish and I doubt if they have school tomorrow either.  We still have flurries with the temperature in the 20's today and they say it will go down to 9 tonight!  Whoaaaaa!  

I'm not going out of this house!!  It's hot chocolate, the recliner and watching out the window, best way to enjoy snow when you aren't a kid anymore.  I'm only a kid at heart!!  Too fat and lazy, that's me!!!

 Joyce Cahoon



   OOOOH-WHOOO! These are GORGEOUS! Thanks again, Joyce!

      From My Niece, Shari, of VA - 03/01/09 - "Grace":

Have a beautiful Monday!

   Thank you, Shari, that's quite lovely!

      From Phil Hammond ('64) of UT - 03/01/09:


Can you put this pic next to my current pic?


Can you put this pic next to my current picture and the VN pic?


1968 - Phil in Vietnam 02/09/09 - Phil in Utah

   Thanks, Phillip! I think I know what you had in mind..... I cropped the 1968 Vietnam image for the Alumni Page and added the one from February there in its full scope to show your lovely Utah snow:

   Then I added the full-scope version of the Vietnam image to your slot on Famous Soldiers...

   Wait a minute! You weren't even LISTED on Famous Soldiers!!!   What kind of blithering idiot runs this place, anyway?!? Oh, yeah...


   I am so sorry! It's bad enough I'm always running behind on the lovely images you send me, but this is unconscionable.  Okay, you're added now - well, except for your place of birth!

  From Joyce Lawrence Cahoon ('65) of VA - 03/01/09 - "One Pair of Hands-turn on your speakers":


One Pair of Hands-turn on your speakers
This is so beautiful, and a message that applies to ALL....enjoy

   WOWZERS!!! This is decidedly Christian in its appeal, but it's quite lovely, and I must say it gave me goose bumps! Thanks so much, Joyce!

    From Glenn Dye ('60) of TX - 03/02/09:

From Glenn's Friend, Bob - 02/27/09 - "BRANDON, CAN YOU FIND PARTS FOR THIS ONE???????":

Saturday, September 20, 2008
Allegheny Ludlum Steel's 1936 Stainless Steel Ford Tudor Sedan

1936 Stainless Steel Ford

This is the 1936 Ford Tudor Sedan built for and owned by Allegheny Ludlum Steel. This is 1 of only 4 in existence and is the only one currently in running and in road worthy condition. 

The car is in exceptional condition, with the interior and even the frame looking great. All 4 cars each had over 200,000 miles on
them before they removed them from service.

These cars were built for Allegheny as promotional and marketing projects. The top salesmen each year were given the honor of being able to drive them for one year. The v-8 engine (max 85 hp) ran like a sewing machine and was surprisingly smooth and quiet.

I thought this was a much better looking automobile than the Ford Thunderbird that visited us last year. FYI, the car was insured (we were told) for the trip to Louisville via covered trailer for 1.5 million dollars.

We were also told that the dies were ruined by stamping the stainless car parts, making these the last of these cars ever produced. More information of the history on these automobiles can be found at Allegheny Ludlum's website:

   OHHHH, Glenn - that's my Dream Car! Thanks so much for sharing this with us!

    From Jean Poole Burton ('64) of RI - 03/02/09 - "Oh, no, not the trains again!":

FYI I rode the train from RI to Newport News on the 18th of February and back on the 25th.  I do not know how fast it was going, how many times it stopped (a lot), or whether there were any other trains going the other way...

I do know this:  I had two whole seats to myself, a lot of floor space, room to stretch my legs out, could walk two cars back and get food and drink, did not have to take off my shoes or jacket, did not have to put anything in a plastic bag, had my luggage in sight at all times, no standing in line for was lovely!!!

   Sounds delightful to me! Thanks, Lady!

    From Linda May Bond Crayton ('66) of VA to     Glenn Dye ('60) of TX - 03/02/09 - "Pastor Bond":

Dear Glenn,

In response to your enquiry about my being related to another Bond in the area, let me say this.......

Last year while sitting in Lab Corp, I noticed everyone was moving ahead of me. Don't know about you, but "waiting" is not my strong suit. After all, I had no life to get back to and what where they testing for anyway? Taking too many drugs, not enough, or the wrong ones? I shouldn't complain. If my liver holds out, I'll live longer so I can continue to do nothing except come here and hang out!

Back on subject. Thinking I had not signed in ( yea, Right) I checked the clip boarded sheet only to see my name on the bottom!
What?, I said out loud and then realized it said Linda Bond, not Linda Crayton. (Between writing mother's bills and doing genealogy I forget my now-name) Turning into the room I asked for Linda Bond.

There sat a beautiful, skinny black lady about ten years younger than I am.  I said, "That's my name! It's so good to meet you."

She told me she married a Bond and indeed they have always been from Virginia. He ran a Sports shop on 17.

"I'd loved to meet him-hope he's not prejudiced."

She laughed and gave me hug because she knew I meant it.

I met him, finally. His reply to my questions was, "Yea, I heard we had some white people in our history." He was not happy.

I said, "Sweetie, you need to relax. Just because we have the same name does not make us related, but it does mean that we may have shared a time in history together. There was no television back then, and men found ways to "entertain" themselves that was beyond anyone's control but their own. It's a man's world.....I think even you know that. I just live here."

He gave me his e-mail and number and a hug.

I understand that a doctor in my family, of which there are many, had 14 children not of his wife.

Hope this clears things up for you, darlin'.

Linda May ' 66

   WILD GIGGLES!!! Thanks, Linda May!


       From Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 03/02/09 - "What brought down the plane in the Hudson River?":

Must have been an Al-Quacka sleeper cell.


   Thanks, Captain!


     From Me ('65) of IL - 03/03/09 - "Charlie Bit Me!  That Hurt, Charlie!":

   A few days ago I shared with you one of my all-time favorite YouTube videos:

That Hurt, Charlie! 

   I just "chanced" upon this remake - and I think I hurt myself laughing!

Charlie Bit Me.. 15 years later


1. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, April 23, 24, and 25, 2009 - The Class of 1954 will hold its 55-Year Reunion.  For details, contact Dr. Harry Simpson at 804-694-0346 or email him at - CLASS OF 1954

2. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, May 15, 16, and 17, 2009 - The Hampton High School Class of 1964 will hold its 45-Year Reunion at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. For details, see: - HAMPTON HIGH SCHOOL - CLASS OF 1964

3. Friday and Saturday, September 4 and 5 (Labor Day Weekend), 2009 - The Class of 1969 will hold its 40-Year Reunion at the Point Plaza Hotel, Newport News, VA. For details, contact Jean Baker Howell at - OPEN TO ALL NNHS ALUMNI

4. Friday and Saturday, October 10 and 11, 2009 - The Class of 1964 will hold its 45-Year Reunion at the Newport News Marriott at City Center, 740 Town Center Drive, Newport News, VA 23606: For details, see: - CLASS OF 1964

PRAYER ROLL: - updated 03/03/09

BLOG: - updated 01/09/09

   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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Moments to Remember

Words by Al Stillman
(26 June 1906 - 17 Feb 1979)

Music by
Robert Allen, 1955
(05 Feb 1928 - 01 Oct 2000)

(The Four Lads), 1955

January to December, we'll have moments to remember

The New Year's Eve we did the town
The day we tore the goal post down
We'll have these moments to remember

The quiet walks, the noisy fun
The ballroom prize we almost won
We will have these moments to remember

Though summer turns to winter
And the present disappears
The laughter we were glad to share
Will echo through the years

When other nights and other days
May find us gone our separate ways
We will have these moments to remember


The drive in movie where we'd go
And somehow never watched the show
We will have these moments to remember


"Moments to Remember" midi courtesy of,
at the suggestion of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 09/27/03
Thanks, Dave!

"Moments to Remember" lyrics courtesy of,
also at the suggestion of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 09/27/03
Thanks again, Dave!

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

Architectural Divider Line clip art courtesy of - 03/03/09

Marine Corps Seal clip art courtesy of the late Herbert Hice of MI - one of my Famous Marines who served in the South Pacific during WWII.
Thanks again, Herbie!!

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

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

Bethel High School's Bruin clip art courtesy of Eric Huffstutler (Bethel HS - '75) of VA - 03/22/06 (restored 02/23/09)
Thanks, Eric!

Snow Fun clip art courtesy of Pat Beck Letzinger ('57) of VA - uh, sometime in the last couple of years or so.....
Thanks, Pat!

Animated OOPS! Smiley Face clip art courtesy of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 02/27/09
Thanks, Dave!

Embarrassed Smiley clip art courtesy of - 03/01/09

Animated Drooling Smiley courtesy of - 02/16/09

Hampton High School's Crab clip art courtesy of - 10/02/05 (still missing...)
Replaced courtesy of - 02/17/09

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