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03/27/15 - NNHS Newsletter - Hey There

The pain of love is the pain of being alive.
It is a perpetual wound.

Maureen Duffy
      (b. 21 Oct 1933)   

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,

   Today's song is brought to you directly by Rosemary Clooney, who delights in singing it in my ear each night just as I'm trying to fall asleep.  Thanks for the lullabies, Rosie - I think......

 BONUS - Hey There - Rosemary Clooney


"Hey There" is a show tune from the musical play The Pajama Game, written by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. It was published in 1954.

It was subsequently recorded by a number of artists. The recording by Rosemary Clooney reached #1 on Billboard's chart in 1954. Another version was also recorded about the same time by Sammy Davis, Jr., reaching #16 on Billboard's retail chart. The song (counting all recorded versions) also reached #1 on the Cash Box chart in 1954.

In the context of the show, Sid sings it to a recording device, telling himself that he's foolish to continue his advances to Babe. He plays the tape back, and after responding to his own comments, sings a duet with himself.


     Happy Birthday today to Linda Williams Snelling ('63)!

   Happy Birthday tomorrow to   Elizabeth Tedder Nunnally ('65 and '68) of VA!

   Happy Birthday this week to:

29 -   David Hatchett ('65) of VA;

31 - The late  Alex Nicol (February '49) (deceased 02/23/12) AND Webb Edwards ('57) AND         Don Jett (NNHS / Warwick HS - '60) of FL AND    Tina Crowder Adderholdt ('65) of NC AND    Ivan Anker ('67) of VA;

01 - Harold Smith ('57) AND   Barbara Fritsche Barnes ('63) of VA!

   Many Happy Returns to You All!


March 27, 1915 - Typhoid Mary, the first healthy carrier of disease ever identified in the United States, was put in quarantine, where she would remain for the rest of her life.


March 27, 1933 - About 55,000 people staged a protest against Hitler in New York City.

March 27, 1938 - The Battle of Taierzhuang took place.

March 27, 1941 - Tokyo Yoshikawa arrived in Oahu, HI, and began spying for Japan on the U.S. Fleet at Pearl Harbor.

March 27, 1941 - Yugoslavian Air Force officers toppled the pro-axis government in a bloodless coup.

March 27, 1942 - The British raided the Nazi submarine base at St. Nazaire, France.

March 27, 1943 - Battle of the Komandorski Islands – In the Aleutian Islands the battle began when United States Navy forces intercepted Japanese attempting to reinforce a garrison at Kiska.

March 27, 1944 - One-thousand Jews left Drancy, France, for the Auschwitz concentration camp.

March 27, 1944 - Thousands of Jews were murdered in Kaunas, Lithuania.

March 27, 1945 - Operation Starvation, the aerial mining of Japan's ports and waterways began.


day, March 27, 1965 - Painter Sonia Falcone was born in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

Saturday, March 27, 1965 - Race car driver Gregor Foitek was born in Zurich, Switzerland.

Saturday, March 27, 1965 - Actress and dancer Dina Talaat was born Dina Talaat Sayed Muhammad (دينا طلعت سيد محمد) in Rome, Italy.

Saturday, March 27, 1965 - Footballer Dirk Lotsy (b. 03 July 1882 in Dordrecht, The Netherlands) died in The Hague, The Netherlands at the age of 82.

Saturday, March 27, 1965 - Footballer Francis Cuggy (b. 16 June 1889 in Walker, Northumberland, England) died in Walker, Northumberland, England at the age of 75.

From My Friend, Susan, of NC - 03/25/15:

“If the blessings were immediate, choosing the right would not build faith.”

- Henry B. Eyring
(b. 31 May 1933

   Thanks so much, Susan!

From Lisa Dye, Daughter of     Glenn Dye ('60) of TX - 03/25/15 - "LOCAL CONCERTS #1 in Aledo, TX":

Please visit our Facebook page. We would love to come sing for a Sunday morning or Sunday evening church service.

The Matt Jones Group | Christian/Gospel from Aledo, TX

Christian/Gospel | Aledo, TX

   Thanks, Lisa - and Glenn!

      From Harry Covert ('57) of MD - 03/25/15 - "ELEANOR, ROSA, BARBARA & BARBARA":

A Change for the $20 Bill?

By Harry M. Covert

The movement has started. Not quite sure how long it will be before it’s consummated but the train is moving. To be somewhat honest I figure midway through the first term of the first woman president the $20 bill will have a new face.

I well know that change is coming for a new frontispiece to replace that old rogue Andrew Jackson, the seventh president. He’s had it long enough, 87 years. But, friends in Lexington, VA., don’t get too excited. Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson isn’t going to be the new person or even considered.

The U. S. Bureau of Engraving is being assaulted to make some changes. Why not, I ask? Lots of activity with suggestions and nominations are being lined up.

Where the Barbaras Count

I haven’t taken any polls to find out just who Marylander’s prefer for the “double-sawbuck.” No, not Senator Barbara Mikulski, yet. To be considered for the honor nominees must be dead, in the world here-after. There would be lots of squawking if Barbara Fritchie from Frederick were nominated. She was also known as Barbara Frietchie, sometimes spelled Frietschie.

There’s no need to discuss the pros and cons of the war of Northern Aggression. I want to get my two cents in before the big dogs get into action. Without question, Eleanor Roosevelt, should have the honor above all. She was quite a person in her own right, raised a distinguished family and was married to that fellow FDR.

Other worthy candidates are out there and it is high time to change that paper money design. The current Jackson didn’t even like paper money. It is rather pleasant though to have a bunch of Jacksons in the wallets or pockets.

Examinations of the facial makeup of paper denominations will undoubtedly bring about maybe updating the $2 bill. That’s the bill of Thomas Jefferson. For those historical revisionists and other naysayers, he was author of the Declaration of Independence and the Statute of Virginia for Religious Freedom.

Mr. Jefferson also brought home the tomato after some time as ambassador to France. I didn’t forget. He had an influence on wine, wine-making and other endeavors of societal impact.

Back to the $2 note. They are in circulation and are fun to use.

While we are considering the $20 bill, let’s get the ball rolling, why not add photos on the front and back of all denominations? Why only one person per bill? I wouldn’t object to Eleanor Roosevelt on the front and say, for example, Rosa Parks on the reverse. Or, why not several different $20 bills?

‘My Day’ and No Ghost-Writer

I am not going to be shocked at all if there is a woman president in the White House in a couple of years. There will be lots of changes when that happens and the Bureau of Engraving, with or without Congressional support, will follow the rules of Madam Chief Executive. I still prefer Ms. Roosevelt. She wrote My Day, a six-day newspaper column for years while handling the duties of First Lady and mothering six children.

For that column alone column, which she wrote without a ghost writer, she should be honored and remembered. What discipline she had.

There are some numismatists with other ideas and some political wits who think there should be a $3 bill. There are lots of candidates for this odd number. But naming them would not be nice because that denomination would be for not popular people. Swirling about are Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, Nixon, Carter. This is not a nice thing to do in these quarters though most certainly there are other candidates.

American currency is something else and is the envy of the world. The Benjamin Franklins, the hundred-dollar paper, is popular too. I don’t hear any movement to put Bill Gates anywhere. His stock certificates though are worth having laying around in a personal or bank safe deposit box.◄◄◄◄◄

   Thank you, Harry!

     From Me ('65) of NC - 03/26/15:

     This conference is available for viewing Saturday night at 8:00 PM EST online at or on television on BYU-TV!  

From The Walking Dead - 03/27/15 - "Two Days":

     Don't forget the 90-minute season finale: Sunday night, March 29 at 9:00/8:00 on AMC!

   Be there.


“I told him he'd have a heart attack a year ago, but unfortunately he lived a year longer.” -- On the occasion of the death of David Oistrakh.

- Eugene Ormandy, conductor
(18 Nov 1899 - 12 Mar

  From Judy Phillips Allen ('66) of VA - 02/24/15 - "Taken At Just The Right Moment" (#15 in a Series of 31):
  February was a stressful month for many of us… take the time to relax and check out these!

     Thank you, Dearest Judy!


  From Judy Phillips Allen ('66) of VA - 03/16/15 - "Some very funny, some thought provoking - Surely Worth a Look" (#9 in a Series of 28):
  GOOD ONE! Thanks, Dearest Judy!

BONUS CLOUD CROCHET PATTERNS ("You on that high-flying cloud"):

Annaboo's Crochet Cloud

Fluffy Cloud Scarf - "Wrap yourself up in the clouds this winter with this Fluffy Cloud Scarf. This free crochet scarf pattern uses a combination of light blue and white yarn. It's the perfect fashion accessory to wear outside in the winter wonderland."

BONUS CLOUD RECIPES ("You on that high-flying cloud"):

Pink Cloud - "A fluffy cloud of whipped topping, raspberry gelatin, cottage cheese, and pineapple is perfect any day of the year."

Cherry-Berries on a Cloud - "A 'cloud' of meringue is heavenly when filled with a cream cheese blend and colorful, sweet-tart fruit."



From - 03/26/15:

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson went on a camping trip. After a good meal and a bottle of wine, they lay down for the night, and went to sleep.

Some hours later, Holmes awoke and nudged his faithful friend.

"Watson, look up at the sky and tell me what you see."

Watson replied, "I see millions and millions of stars."

"What does that tell you?" Holmes asked.

Watson pondered for a minute:

"Astronomically, it tells me that there are millions of galaxies and potentially billions of planets. Astrologically, I observe that Saturn is in Leo. Horologically, I deduce that the time is approximately a quarter past three. Theologically, I can see that God is all-powerful and that we are small and insignificant. Meteorologically, I suspect that we will have a beautiful day tomorrow. What does it tell you?"

Holmes was silent for a minute, then spoke.

"Watson, you idiot. Somebody has stolen our tent!"



1. Wednesday, May 13, 2015 - 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.

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   Y'all take good care of each other!  TYPHOONS FOREVER! 
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                          Love to all, Carol






Carol Buckley Harty
7020 Lure Court
Fayetteville, NC 28311-9309


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Hey There

Words and Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross for "The Pajama Game"

Recorded by Rosemary Clooney, 1954

Hey there
You with the stars in your eyes
Love's never made a fool of you
You used to be too wise.

Hey there
You on that high-flying cloud
Though he won't throw a crumb to you
You think someday he'll come to you.

Better forget him
Him with his nose in the air
He's got you dancing on a string
Break it and he won't care

Won't you take this advice
I hand you like a mother
Or are you not seeing things too clear?
Are you too much in love to hear?
Is it all going in one ear
And out the other?

(repeat last verse)

Hey There! Hey There!
Hey There!.......


"Hey There" midi (sequenced by Harry Todd - aka "Gitpicker") courtesy
of - 03/26/06

"Hey There" lyrics courtesy of - 03/26/06>

"Starry Eyed" Image courtesy of - 03/26/06

Cityscape Divider Line clip art courtesy of - 03/27/06

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

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!

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