09/12/05 - NNHS Newsletter - Surfin' Safari

"The man who makes no mistakes
does not usually make anything."

- Edward John Phelps (1822-1900)

Dear Friends and Schoolmates,

   I'm a "leetle bit flusterstrated" today, as the construction workers accidentally hit my cable-internet-phone lines
before 8:00 AM this morning, and I wasn't reconnected for nine-and-a-half hours!  ARGHHH!!!

   In desperation I finally put on "Set Sail", the USNA Glee Club CD which Joe Madagan ('57) of FL gave me
some time ago, and sat down to crochet the little white suit for Jonathan's blessing.   There's just nothing quite
like a group of gorgeous Midshipmen singing to you to relieve stress - works every time! 

    (Well, except for that part when they sang "Eternal Father, Strong to Save (The Navy Hymn)" and I started bawling my eyes out,
as usual....)

   Thanks again, Adonis!  I do love that CD!

   Well, do we have a grab-bag of items today!!!   Sit back and relax - it's a long one!


 


The 40-Year Reunion of the Class of 1965

will be held on Friday and Saturday, October 21 and 22, 2005
at the Point Plaza,
950 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard,
Newport News,
757-599-4460,
and is open to all NNHS Alumni.

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/reunion2005-65.html

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/reunion2005-attending.html

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/Reunion-2005-survey.html

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/Reunion-2005-B-1st-letter.html

 

 

 


From An Anonymous Benefactor - 09/10/05:

I had just purchased a new 4 in 1 (scanner, printer, fax, copier) for my computer before the
hard drive went South, so if the new computer comes equipped with the same-type of scanner,
I will gladly send you a new scanner..... the new computers now come as a set (tower, monitor,
scanner, keyboard), so I would not have a need for two scanners.........

   WOWZERONI-RINI!!!  THANKS!!!

   I had just determined that it would be January at the earliest before I could purchase a new one, and was
grinding my teeth and trying to learn to accept reality.  But I'm such a spoiled brat, and I've always felt that
reality was highly overrated anyway.  This is incredibly generous of you!  Thanks so very much!


From Gloria Woolard Price (Hampton HS - '65)  of FL - 09/10/05:

Oh, my gosh.......when I had the horrible thought that Chandler Nelms (Hampton HS - '63) might look
up my sophomore picture (not that he knows me....or cares, remember?), I decided it's time to post a
more recent pic.  Well, okay, the first one isn't recent, but I figured who can resist a little girl with such
an innocent pose.  It was taken by a door-to-door photographer in Copeland Park (anyone else
remember those?).  So, I grew up, innocence went flying, and this is how I turned out.  Let me just add,
that with vanity thy middle name, I don't look at all like that sophomore picture.  Okay, Chandler?  :) :)
 
Gloria (Woolard) Price (HHS '65)   
 
   
Gloria Woolard May 1965
Gloria Woolard and
Alex Gatewood
Gloria Woolard Price    
         

   AWWWW!!!  Thanks, Gloria - how cute!!!  I threw in the middle shot  myself.  It's already posted on our Prom
page anyway!

http://nnhs65.00freehost.com/prom.html


From My Friend, Judy, of IL - 09/10/05:

Thanks, Judy!  I have the perfect spot for this:

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/old-stomping.html

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/OOSG-N-R.html

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/pop-arnolds-esso-station.html

   
     
     


From Jamey Douglas Bacon ('66) of VA - 09/10/05:

I HAVE HAD A VERY HARD TIME FINDING A PLACE THAT WILL TAKE CLOTHING FOR THE KATRINA
VICTIMS - CAN YOU BELIEVE THAT? THE RED CROSS TOLD ME THAT THEY DIDN'T HAVE A PLACE
TO STORE THE STUFF, THE OTHER PLACES WANTED TO SELL IT.  FINALLY I MET A LADY WHO
WORKS AT THE RED CROSS, WHO SAID SHE WASN'T FROM HERE, BUT THAT SHE  SAW A SIGN
AT LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH ON BIG BETHEL. I TOOK 8 BAGS OF KIDS CLOTHES AND SHEETS
AND TOWELS TO THEM .THEY WERE LOADING A VERY BIG SEMI AND WERE VERY APPRECIATIVE.

IF ANY OF MY CLASSMATES THAT ARE STILL IN NN WOULD LIKE TO DONATE TO THE RELIEF
EFFORT, THEY REALLY NEED BABY THINGS, SOAP, TOOTH BRUSHES, TOYS, SHOES, ETC. I
THOUGHT ABOUT THE 200 BEANIE BABIES MY GRANDKIDS DON'T PLAY WITH ANYMORE AND
WHAT JOY THEY WOULD GIVE THESE KIDS, SO I'M OFFERING A CHALLENGE TO EVERYONE
WHO HAS AN ATTIC FULL OF BEANIES TO DONATE THEM TO THESE KIDS. I MET SOME OF THEM
AT RED CROSS TODAY. UNTIL YOU COME FACE TO FACE WITH THEM, YOU REALLY CAN'T
IMAGINE THEIR PAIN.

PLEASE, NN GRADS, LET'S GET TO WORK AND HELP.

THANKS, JAMEY

   Thank you, Jamey! 

   You heard the woman, Sweetie-Pies!  There's nothing we like so much as a challenge, is there?!?


From My Niece, Shari, of VA - 09/10/05 (who incidentally was brought into this world by Chandler's
father,  the late Nowell D. Nelms, M.D.)
:

Oddly enough I was just thinking about this song {"Puff the Magic Dragon") two days ago. Do you
really think it was a song about ganja/ herb or whatever people call it these days? I just thought it
was a song about a boy and his imaginary friend. Of course, I think pot was a friend to many trying
to calm their fears; unfortunately once that was tried, then many tried harder drugs and so I guess
then pot was also an imaginary friend.

I had never even heard that theory until Meet The Fockers came out. I have also been told Scooby
Doo
is supposed to be about that too... who knows...........

Anyway, what do you think? The theory puts a damper on what I thought was a cute song referencing
the innocence of early childhood and growing up.

Hope you guys are doing well.

Love, Shari

     Now, Shari, you know perfectly well that I was so innocent of such things that the only time I ever tried
to smoke even a regular cigarette, I burnt my nose trying to light the silly thing! 

   I'll admit that for years I have heard such nasty theories concerning Puff.  Like you, I choose to ignore them. 
I prefer our version - just as written, no hidden meanings, no dark agendas.  I don't necessarily believe that's
the truth of the song composition, but I would rather think of it that way.  I cherish my naiveté.

   But SCOOBY DOO?!?  That's a new one on me! 

   "Anyone?  Anyone?"

   And we're all doing mostly well here at the moment, Shari - thanks!


From Tom Norris (Hampton HS - '73) of VA - 09/10/05:

Carol ... here is a shot from the '61 Krabba which shows the "great pig theft of 1960"
that Chandler (Nelms - HHS - '63) referenced. It does not say WHO was responsible,
just that the little fellow was in good hands (note that Sammy has a baby bottle of milk
in hand).

I was only five ... my momma wouldn't let me past La Salle Avenue, so ya know I didn't do it
... LOL.

       
1961 Krabba        
         

   GIGGLES!!!  Thanks, Babe!  I just knew you could help us out there!

http://nnhs65.00freehost.com/old-stomping.html

http://nnhs65.00freehost.com/OOSG-N-R.html

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/reds-pier.html


From Chandler Nelms (Hampton HS - '63) of MD - 09/10/05:

Carol,

I just new someone would remember Red’s pig. It was a tradition for HHS to try to steal the pig the week
before the big game, and I know a few HHS guys that more than once mapped out elaborate plans
to accomplish it (of course I’d never partake in such criminal activities).  Strangely enough, I can’t
remember that we..err…they were ever successful, but the rivalry between the two schools was incredible.
I’m surprised that Jo Ann (Stewart - '64 - TX) even considered dating a Crabber.
 

When was the last time anyone went down to Chesapeake Blvd to watch the Submarine Races?

Chandler Nelms HHS ‘63

   We almost always find answers here, Chandler!

   I'll ignore that remark about the school rivalries inhibiting dating, because I can't believe that any woman in her
right mind ever turned you down for a date....

   But as for the Great Chesapeake Boulevard Submarine Races, have you seen this page yet???

http://nnhs65.00freehost.com/old-stomping.html

http://nnhs65.00freehost.com/OOSG-S-Z.html

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/scenic-overlook.html

   I moved away from the Peninsula on 12/30/67, and though I returned for the Summer of '68, for all intents and
purposes, I was gone, so I really couldn't say when I last watched... um, I mean, ah.... what am I saying?!?

   But I will say that in October of 2000 (after living in the Midwest for the better part of 30 years), when I returned
for my 35-Year Reunion, my sister and I were given a personal tour of the Peninsula by a close friend.  This was
one of the main highlights of our guided tour, and I captured those first four images amidst great fits of giggles. 
The "Scenic Overlook" sign was particularly intriguing to me, though I have no idea how long it had been in place.

   Three years later when I viewed the wretched devastation which Hurricane Isabel had inflicted upon that place,
the giggles were long gone.  It broke my heart, and I couldn't control some very bitter tears.....


From Dave Arnold ('65) of VA - 09/10/05:

This is the list through the mail delivery today. Thanks.

Dave Arnold

   Thanks, Dave!  I posted all the newly confirmed names. 

   Y'all go check 'em out - and send Dave your reservations!!!!

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/reunion-page.html

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/reunion2005-65.html

http://www.nnhs65.00freehost.com/reunion2005-attending.html


From Gail Kiger Bonsey (Ferguson HS - '73) of OR - 09/10/05:

9/10/05

Since several signed your guest book the whole time your site was down (unfortunately May - August
'05), due to the computer hiccup, and especially after Dave/Pam Arnold's Daily Press story
about your site... I was just coincidentally scrolling thru the guest book part, realizing perhaps
many did not know how to tap into your newsletters, as the email on cover web page lists the former
broken address for newsletters.  (yes, we now use nnhs65@yahoo.com for Carol to read and post it).....

and I suddenly saw where Belinda Langston ('70 - of VA) has signed your guest book.  What
caught my eye was 'employee of NNPS at the school board now for 35 yrs'.
    
So, I could not help but comment back to her, that NN school board building was my very first job
ever as a FHS student under the VOT program paired up with (NN former coach) J.C. 'Cowboy
Range
/Bob Ascher, and my wonderful boss, George 'Dick' Tyson, whom I adored    while I typed
certificates for the drivers ed program.  What a mentor he and all in that department were.  It was
hard to quit upon graduation and go to Smithdeal-Massey Business College in Richmond, but the
VOT job was only for students and I knew I needed to go on to college.
 
Little did I know, as she wrote back, that Belinda is now currently Dick Tyson's secretary! 
I was floored
. See what your web page does? It's like the Kevin Bacon "Six Degrees of Separation"
joke..... What a coincidence...    Congratulations, Dick, for being with NNPS now 45 years!?!  Wow!
And Belinda - I know you must enjoy your job with Dick there as much as I did. 
 
And yes, Dave/Pam Arnold --- I still pester brother Steve Kiger ('66) to check out your all alumni
reunion
......but Portland, Oregon is hard to pester from.

Gail (
Kiger) Bonsey   FHS '73 

   WOWZERS, Gail - how cool!!!  Keep reading - the world gets smaller and smaller........

   Oh, by the way, I finally broke down and changed all those mailing list links to go to the NNHS65@yahoo.com
addy.

   Thanks, Gail!  And keep bugging Steve; we'd all love to see him again!


From Joe Wingo ('65) of NC - 09/10/05:

Carol,

I would like to send a personal thanks to Pam and Todd Givens ('65 of Northern VA) for the sacrifice they
are both making in order to reach out and help other's who were devastated by Hurricane Katrina. This is one
of those acts of generosity and kindness that makes this such a great country and also makes us all proud
to know Pam and Todd. And Pam, please notify Carol so she can notify the rest of us, as to what we can do
to make things a little better for both Todd and those whose lives have been dramatically changed forever.

God Bless you, Pam and Todd Givens. You two are truly special people!......

Joe Wingo

   Amen.  Thank you, Joe!


From Pam Givens of Northern VA - 09/11/05:

Joe, Carol and all.

Todd called Saturday afternoon but I missed it.  I was walking the dog.  He said he arrived safely.  I did hear
from someone at the church that had spoken to a pastor there that Todd was already working hard.  Supplies
are beginning to come into Long Beach MS and as quick as they come in they are loaded on smaller vehicles
to go into smaller neighborhoods. 

He is thankful that he is retired and is able to pick up and go like this.

It certainly was a quick move.  He decided Thursday evening, we made a call and I had his flight arrangements
secured by 11 am Friday morning.  I think I am still catching my breath.

He did take his camera and cell but communication without towers being up. etc.,  is difficult.

Blessings,
Pam

   WOW!  Thank you for the speedy update, Pam!  And thank you, Todd - from all of us!


Also from Pam Givens of Northern VA - 09/12/05:

Carol

RE Todd Givens

He called me last night and sounded well. He is very busy. Relief Semi's are beginning to roll in and supplies
are being unloaded manually as quickly as they can. Strong arms and shoulders a requirement for sure. Todd
said it is very hot in Long Beach, MS and the humidity high. Heck of a way to lose weight.

He asks for prayers for the people affected -- that they be filled with a peace and security that only the presence
of the Lord can satisfy. Unless they kick him out, I still anticipate he will be there helping for his original 4-6 week
estimate. Another young man from the church we go to now may be joining him for a week.

Blessings
Pam Givens

   Thank you so much, Pam!  Please pass our love and prayers and extreme admiration and respect along to Todd
when next you speak.

   Say, was I the only obtuse one in the bunch, or did any or the rest of y'all give any thought back in elementary school
to the type and caliber of people who were your friends and playmates?!?  Did you really know and understand who
they were and what they would do and accomplish in their lives?!?

   Okay, I'm not going to stop and think about this right now, or I'll never finish this Newsletter......

   Thanks again, Pam!


From Chandler Nelms (Hampton HS - '63) of MD - 09/10/05:

Carol/Gloria,

Reading further through the “Puff” newsletter, you girls are really silly and make ME blush. You make
me wish I was younger and had the stamina. So cut it out. You’re giving me an inferiority complex.
 

“I’m not as good as I once was, but I’m good once as I ever was.”   - Toby Keith   

Chandler Nelms HHS ‘63

   Oh, c'mon, Chandler, it's hardly our fault that you're gorgeous.  Surely you've spent your entire life having women
gawk at you.    You should be well accustomed to it by now.

   Making people blush is part of my job description.  And I should know; I wrote it myself. 

   Hey, Wayne Honey and Rip Precious, do you think we should.......?!?  No, probably not - WILD GIGGLES!!!

   But we'll try to behave, Chandler.  Maybe.  Naaaah.....


From Judy Phillips Allen ('66) of VA - 09/10/05:

Thanks for the "come-back" on Sharron Wanderer Dawes ('61 - of VA) .  She be da one! 

I just love remembering the old days and all the special people we grew up with.  I went to the visitation
for Thelma Spade Roberts ('57) and saw Tommy Morgan ('58).  I had to step back!  He is still so
handsome.  Of course, he came from a beautiful family! They lived one row over from us in Seven Oaks
Of course, Anita (Morgan - '66) is my special buddy.  She looks great, too.  We had so many special
times growing up.  Charlotte Spade (Wilkins of NC) and I have made a promise to keep in touch. 
Monty (Phillips - '62 - of VA) had brought her by for a surprise visit almost two months ago.  Wow!  She
is planning to attend the Reunion on Friday night.  She is very excited. So are we! 

Jerry's parents just dropped by on their way home from the Class of '45 gathering tonight.  They had a
wonderful time.  They are looking forward to the brunch tomorrow, too.  Point Plaza is a nice place.  I can't
help but remember the old Inn Place whenever I go there.


Thanks again for all you do, Queen.
Judy

   We're glad to help you, Judy!  Now if you can tell me what Charlotte's class was, maybe I'll quit feeling like
"such an idiot - GOSH!!!"  I don't know why I can't find that - or remember... And it's probably right in front of me. 
I'm playing the old "brain-damage" card again.........

   We can hardly wait for a full report on that Class of '45 Reunion!

   Hey - why don't y'all send me some more thoughts on Seven Oaks so we can make that long overdue page? 
I, uh, don't even remember exactly where it was - or is - or whatever.......  I do recognize the name, though! 

http://nnhs65.00freehost.com/apartments.html

   Thanks, Judy!


From Joe Madagan ('57) of FL - 09/11/05:

Dear Carol:

Sorry about the loss of the email address on Roadrunner. That must make your head spin!

I will be pleased to write to one of my favorite Irish Ladies and share the email address for Mr. John
"Scooter" Huller
. (I just love using his nickname now that we are almost the same age). Such use
of that nickname would have gotten any TYPHOON in deep trouble way back when!

A thought flashed through my mind that I might be able to use this desired data as a lever to persuade
Evelyn Fryer Fish ('58) of TX
to share with us a copy of the Post Card in which she and several
TYPHOON Beauties were pictured at the Buckroe Beach Amusement Park. Just to refresh her
memory, in case she has filed it away, it was the "knock out" Post Card featuring TYPHOON lovelies
Miss Evelyn Fryer ('58) , Miss Gloria Hart ('59) , Miss Dimples Dinwiddie ('58) , Miss Helen
Avant ('57).
 On the same card are also a couple of additional lovely southern belles that I do not
recognize, and I suspect they are Hampton Krabbas since there were quite a few beauties there as well.

TYPHOON Regards,
Joe Madagan ('57) of FL

   Well, yes, Joe, it did make my head spin.  But I'm already so crazy no one noticed the change.........

   Thank you for helping Evelyn with that contact information for Mr. Huller.

   My sister, Eleanor (Buckley Nowitzky - '59 - of NC), was here when I read your note yesterday.  When
you mentioned that postcard I all but flipped out!  We opened my album to find the postcard I bought in 1961
after meeting Carolyn Haldeman (Hawkins - Hampton HS - '59) at my cousin's graduation from VMI to see
if somehow I simply hadn't recognized all those other gals before (which really was unthinkable), but no, there's
obviously another postcard out there we're not yet seen.  I don't know who those other gals are in the postcard
with Carolyn, but they're obviously not the ones you named, Joe.

 
Sunday, June 11, 1961
Lexington, VA

Carolyn - age about 20
Carol - age 13
Eleanor - age 19

The gal on the extreme right in the navy blue suit is Carolyn Haldeman Hawkins (HHS - '59).
Her father was Edward Haldeman, owner of Haldeman Marine Sales.  Mr. Haldeman passed away in Hampton
on 01/03/03 at the age of 87.
Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA
found this older Buckroe postcard for us on 02/05/04.
This 1967 postcard was located by Dave on 05/31/04.  
         

   Well!  We'll certainly look forward to seeing another one of these - especially one starring Evelyn! 
Thanks, Adonis!


From Chandler Nelms (Hampton HS - '63) of MD - 09/11/05 - "Patriot Day Newsletter":

Thanks, Carol (and all of the contributors to this special newsletter) for helping us to never forget
that freedom is precious and worth the commitment
 

Chandler Nelms

   Thank you, Chandler.  That was an honor to produce.  I just couldn't let the day pass unnoticed, and
Dave (Spriggs - '64 - of VA)
was gracious enough to help me create it with no advance notice whatsoever. 
Thank you, David, for making it extraordinarily memorable!


From Sarah Puckett Kressaty ('65) of VA - 09/11/05 -

Don't you just LOVE Kate Smith?!!!!!

   Oh, yes, ma'am, I surely do!

"Just the mention of her name evokes
a warm feeling of nostalgia in the hearts
of millions who recall her thrilling
renditions of popular ballads and
her outgoing personality and infectious laughter..."

Kate Smith    
(1 May 1907 -  17 June 1986)    

   I was telling David as we were building that page how hearing her sing again instantly transported me back
to being five years old and sitting at my grandmama's feet in Richmond and watching her television show!

   What a peaceful, secure moment!

   And then to be abruptly jerked back into reality by the rest of the elements we placed on that Newsletter was
quite an emotional experience!

   Thanks, Sarah Sugah!  You might enjoy this site:

http://katesmith.org/


From Jennings Bryan ('42) of VA - 09/11/05:

Dear Carol;
 
Love those newsletters.  What a labor of love.
 
The June '42 class has a luncheon for our local members on the fourth Thursday every other
month.  The next meeting is September 22.  We meet for a dutch treat lunch at the James
River Country Club
at 12 noon.  We meet in the main dining room and coat for the men is
required. We would love to have folks join us, whatever class they were in.  Just call Jennings
Bryan, 873-7701 so we can add you to the reservation list.
 
An interesting sidelight.  Two weeks ago my wife, Mary Jane, and I were on a river boat cruise
down the Danube to the Black Sea.  In Budapest, we were tied next to another river boat.  I
looked over and on the sun deck there was Joe Ritchie, our ex mayor,  and his wife.  What a
small world.
 
Take care and thanks again for all your hard work.
 
Jennings Bryan
June 42.
Have A Great Day
Jennings

   WOWZERS and WOWZERONI!!!

  Thanks, Jennings!  I get all goose-pimply whenever I think about Typhoon gatherings!  (And when I move
back home, I'll gleefully join you!)

   But to encounter one another in Budapest is absolutely mind-boggling!!!  Thank you so much for sharing
that with us!


From Joe Drewry ('58) of VA - 09/11/05:

More on Memorial Service for LaRhue's Dad

Sorry about the confusion.  The Memorial Service for Mr. Nettles is scheduled for 2PM on Sat.
10/8/05. 
Note that will be 4 weeks from yesterday.
 
My apologies for misreading the date and thanks to those of you who informed me of the error.

   OH - thank you, Joe!  I didn't catch that one myself!


From Me ('65) of NC - 09/11/05:

   I have another news flash myself - the second this week!

   My # 2 son, Brent, and his wife, Bethany, of IL are the proud parents of their fifth child, fourth son. 
James Brownlee Harty
arrived Sunday, September 11, 2005 at 9:25 AM.  He weighed 8 lbs., 2, oz.,
and was 20" long.  Mother and baby are doing fine.  Pictures of our ninth grandchild, fifth grandson will
follow shortly - I hope.


 Y'all have a good day - and take care of each other!  TYPHOONS FOREVER!

                          Love to all, Carol

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Surfin' Safari

(The Beach Boys, 1962)


Let’s go surfin’ now
Everybody’s learning how
Come on and safari with me
(come on and safari with...)

Early in the morning we’ll be startin’ out
Some honeys will be coming along
We’re loading up our woody
With our boards inside
And headin’ out singing our song

Come on (surfin’) baby wait and see (surfin’ safari)
Yes I’m gonna (surfin’) take you surfin’ (surfin’ safari)with me
Come along (surfin’) baby wait and see (surfin’ safari)
Yes I’m gonna (surfin’) take you surfin’ (surfin’ safari)with me

Let’s go surfin’ now
Everybody’s learning how
Come on and safari with me
(come on and safari with...)

At huntington and malibu
They’re shooting the pier
At rincon they’re walking the nose
We’re going on safari to the islands this year
So if you’re coming get ready to go

Come on (surfin’) baby wait and see (surfin’ safari)
Yes I’m gonna (surfin’) take you surfin’ (surfin’ safari) with me
Come along (surfin’) baby wait and see (surfin’ safari)
Yes I’m gonna (surfin’) take you surfin’ (surfin’ safari) with me

Let’s go surfin’ now
Everybody’s learning how
Come on and safari with me
(come on and safari with...)

They’re anglin’ in laguna in cerro azul
They’re kicking out in dohini too
I tell you surfing’s mighty wild
It’s getting bigger every day
From hawaii to the shores of peru

Come on (surfin’) baby wait and see (surfin’ safari)
Yes I’m gonna (surfin’) take you surfin’ (surfin’ safari) with me
Come along (surfin’) baby wait and see (surfin’ safari)
Yes I’m gonna (surfin’) take you surfin’ (surfin’ safari) with me

Let’s go surfin’ now
Everybody’s learning how
Come on and safari with me
(come on and safari with...)

With me
Surfin’ safari
With me
Surfin’ safari
With me
Surfin’ safari
With me
Surfin’ safari
With me
Surfin’ safari
With me
Surfin’ safari
With me
Surfin’ safari



"Surfin' Safari" midi courtesy of http://www.geocities.com/~goldenoldies/jukebox5060Font3.htm - 04/30/05
Thanks, Dave!

"Surfin' Safari" lyrics courtesy of http://www.lyricsfreak.com/b/beach-boys/13993.html
   also at the suggestion of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 04/30/05
Thanks again, Dave!

"Surfing Safari" Image courtesy of http://outlookinternational.com/home.php/consumer/19 - 09/07/05

"Surfing Safari School" Image courtesy of http://www.goofyfootsurfschool.com/safaris/safaris.html - 09/07/05

Surf Squiggle Divider Line clip art courtesy of http://www.wtv-zone.com/nevr2l82/bars3.html - 09/07/05

Tiny Angel clip art courtesy of http://www.mybestweb.com/special-angel.htm - 08/14/05

Image of Kate Smith courtesy of http://lilesnet.com/patriotic/music/kate_smith__god_bless_america.htm - 09/10/05

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