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04/20/16 - NNHS Newsletter - There's a Place

“If you believe that feeling bad or worrying long enough will change a past or future event,
then you are residing on another planet with a different reality system.”

- William James
(11 Jan 1842 - 26 Aug 1910)

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,   

   It seems like a Beatles sort of day.....

BONUS - - There's a Place


"There's a Place" is a song composed by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, and was first released as a track on the Beatles' debut LP, Please Please Me. Lennon and McCartney share lead vocals, with George Harrison providing backing vocals.

The title was inspired by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim's "Somewhere" from West Side Story, which contained the line: "There's a place for us." McCartney owned the album of the soundtrack at the time of writing "There's a Place" and acknowledges its influence.[1] The "place" in question was "the mind", making its subject matter slightly more cerebral than Britain's kissing and cuddling songs and America's surf music from that period.[2] Lennon is quoted as saying: "'There's a Place' was my attempt at a sort of Motown, black thing. [2] It says: 'In my mind there's no sorrow...' It's all in your mind."

Composed at McCartney's Forthlin Road home, it was part of the group's stage repertoire in 1963.[3] With its major seventh harmonica intro (later reprised) and searing two-part vocal harmonies in fifths (Lennon low, McCartney high), it stands out as an early Beatles milestone track. The song was recorded on 11 February 1963 in ten takes during the first of three sessions for Please Please Me.[4]

The song was officially credited to "McCartney–Lennon", as were all other Lennon–McCartney compositions on the original UK release of Please Please Me...


     Happy Birthday tomorrow to   Betsy Turner Bateman ('70) of VA AND           My #2 Son, Brent Harty (Hillsboro HS, IL - '90) of TX!

   Happy Birthday this week to:

22 - Peggy Lovic Hooper-McLain ('57) AND      Gene Shelton ('64) of VA;

23 -   Evelyn Casey Snead ('57) of VA AND Peggy Hartsel Sack ('57);

24 - Donald Smith ('57) of VA AND   My Grandson, Christopher Huber of Alberta;

25 - Lolly Wynne Burke ('57) AND   Bobbie Smith Horwitz ('65) of TX;

26 - Deanna Steele Capps ('57) AND The late Linda Decell Sorrell ('63) (deceased 08/13/14) AND   Leslie Decell ('63) of VA AND Deanna Steele Capps ('57) AND Vickie Bonday Goodhart ('63) of VA AND   Becky Braswell Branch ('65) of AR;

27 -      Bill Campbell ('54) of VA AND Genis Bird Crowder Hornsby ('54) of VA AND Barbara Jones ('54)!

   Many Happy Returns to You All!


April 20, 1916 - The Chicago Cubs played their first game at Weeghman Park (currently Wrigley Field), defeating the Cincinnati Reds 7–6 in 11 innings.


April 20, 1939 - Adolf Hitler's 50th birthday was celebrated as a national holiday in Nazi Germany.

April 20, 1945 - US troops captured Leipzig, Germany, only to later cede the city to the Soviet Union.

April 20, 1945 - Fuehrerbunker: Adolf Hitler made his last trip to the surface to award Iron Crosses to boy soldiers of the Hitler Youth.

April 20, 1945 - Twenty Jewish children used in medical experiments at Neuengamme were killed in the basement of the Bullenhuser Damm school.


Wednesday, April 20, 1966 - Philosopher and academic David Chalmers was born David John Chalmers in Sydney, Australia.

Wednesday, April 20, 1966 - Businessman, and co-founder of Yahoo! David Filo was born in Wisconsin.

Wednesday, April 20, 1966 - Ice hockey player and coach Vincent Riendeau was born Vincent Joseph Riendeau in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada.

From My Friend, Susan, of NC - 04/19/15:

There is no conflict between science and religion. Conflict only arises from an incomplete knowledge of either science or religion, or both.

- Russell M. Nelson
(b. 09 Sept 1924)

   Thanks so much, Susan!

    From My Daughter-in-Law, Laura Adams Harty (Cardston HS, Alberta - '95) of TX - 04/18/16:

AMEN! Thank you, Laura! Isn't she adorable?

     From Me ('65) of NC - 04/19/16:


     From Me ('65) of NC - 04/20/16:

      I will surely put it to good use - such crocheting as this little purse I finished making on Saturday!

   I like to combine media in my creations, in this case burgundy Red Heart yarn, metallic gold thread, and three of my vintage clip-on earrings. (NOTE: do NOT trust the clip to hold exclusively. Secure them from the inside, either by sewing or pinning.)

   See, "there's a place" where I crochet. It's my bed, to which I immediately retire when I've worn myself out at the keyboard. I go to rest, read, and to watch "tellybision" but I crochet there as well so it's not a total waste of time.


From Jim Rohn's Newsletter - 04/18/16 - "7 Traits of the Most Resilient People":

7 Traits of the Most Resilient People

By Jim Rohn

Resilience is the ability to return to the original form after being bent, stretched or compressed. It’s the ability to readily recover from illness, depression or adversity. How would you ever handle it if you lost everything you had today? What would your next step be? How long would you be depressed and upset and angry? What would it take for you to pull yourself up and start all over again? How resilient are you? Could you handle it? Could you learn from all of your disappointments and start all over again? What would it take? First, it would take a lot of self-discipline. It would take a lot of positive self-talk to muster up the energy to begin again. It would take a lot of concentration to block out the noise and the clutter of all the negative voices trying to get through, as well as the negative voices of others around you. It would take a lot of discipline to balance the fear and anxiety with the knowing that, if you did it once, you can do it all over again.

Whether your losses had anything to do with you or not, your future success has everything to do with you. It would take a lot of self-reliance to avoid blame. What's happened has happened. You would need to get on with your life and begin again. If you lost everything tomorrow and were gathering the courage to try again, it would take a lot of self-appreciation. You need to know in your heart and mind that you have the skills, the talent and the strength to do it one more time.

Cultivating a resilient character turns failure into success. A resilient person won't give up. A resilient person will, in spite of all obstacles and setbacks, keep doing it until.

In The Resilient Self, authors Steven and Sybil Wolin list seven key characteristics that compose resilience:

1. Resilience requires insight.
You need to develop the ability to ask yourself tough questions and answer honestly. If you had something to do with your loss, be honest and responsible for it.

2. Resilience is independent.
As a resilient person, you can count on yourself to bounce back into life.

3. Although resilience is independent, it's also tied to others.
The more people you are responsible for, the greater your motivation to begin again—the stronger the reason, the stronger the action.

4. Resilience calls for initiative.
You need to develop the ability to take charge of the situation, to take charge of the problem. You need to stand up and do whatever is necessary to get back on course.

5. Resilience has an element of creativity.
With resilience, you are able to look at a situation and creatively determine the best way out. You are enterprising in your approach toward starting over.

6. A resilient person has humor.
You may cry until you start laughing, but a sense of humor is so important when turning your life around. You've got to take your goals seriously, and you've got to take yourself seriously. But at times, you've also got to be able to laugh at yourself and your situation.

7. A resilient person has a strong sense of morality.
Whatever you do to get back on your feet, make sure it's moral. Make sure that your upcoming success is at the service, and not at the expense of, others. Success, if it is yours to keep, must be at the service of others.

The more obstacles you face and overcome, the more times you falter and get back on track, the more difficulties you struggle with and conquer, the more resiliency you will naturally develop. If you are resilient, there is nothing that can hold you back.

“It has no rhythm, but it will because it's so much faster.”

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

        From My Husband, Paul Harty (Bardolph HS, IL - '61) of NC - 04/10/16 - "Garage Door Art" (#10 in a Series of 22):

  WOWZERS! Thanks, Dools!

BONUS CROCHET PLACEMATS (Get it? "Place"?): - Zoomyummy's Spring Placemats - "I have a confession to make. I really, really love making placemats. Tough one, right? I hope you’ll be able to fall asleep after that...." - Crochet Placemats Patterns - "Set your table in style this season with charming, homemade crochet placemats from Our free crochet placemat patterns feature elegant or playful designs that you can customize with colors to match the season or your plates. Check out our assortment of placemat patterns to find a perfect style for your holiday meals."

BONUS COMFORT FOOD RECIPES (Sorry; not theme-related): - Top 25 Comfort Food Recipes - "Take a trip down memory lane and revisit the favorite comfort foods from your youth. Some are classic recipes and some are updated."


From - 04/19/16:

My boss told me yesterday, “Ken, you shouldn't dress for the job you have, dress for the job you want.”

But when I turned up at the office today in Ghostbuster's clothing, she said I was fired.

1. Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - 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.

2. Friday and Saturday, September 16 and 17, 2016 - The NNHS Class of 1966 will hold their 50-Year Reunion - OPEN TO ALL CLASSES. Friday Night: Meet and Greet at The Cove Restaurant, City Center, NN. Saturday Night: Marriott Hotel, City Center, NN.

PRAYER ROLL: - updated 04/19/16

BLOG: - updated 03/13/11

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

                          Love to all, Carol






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


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There's a Place

Words and Music by John Lennon (09 Oct 1940 – 08 Dec 1980) and Paul McCartney (b. 18 June 1942)

Recorded byThe Beatles, 1963

There is a place,
Where I can go,
When I feel low,
When I feel blue.
And it's my mind,
And there's no time when I'm alone.

I think of you,
And things you do,
Go 'round my head,
The things you said,
Like "I love only you."

In my mind there's no sorrow,
Don't you know that it's so.
There'll be no sad tomorrow,
Don't you know that it's so.

There is a place,
Where I can go,
When I feel low,
When I feel blue.
And it's my mind,
And there's no time when I'm alone.
There's a place ...

"There's a Place" midi courtesy of - 04/20/06
as suggested by Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 10/29/05
Thanks, Dave!

"There's a Place" lyrics courtesy of
also at the suggestion of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA – 10/29/05
Thanks again, Dave!

NOTE: This page was unavailable at press time, so the lyrics are actually courtesy
of - 04/20/06

Crimson Elementary School's Sixth Graders Drawings, "I Feel Blue" courtesy
of - 04/20/06

Blue Divider Line clip art courtesy of – 04/20/09

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

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

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!

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

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