Miss Ettalea Esther Kanter

Resides in VA

  Hampton High School, Class of 1955
University of North Carolina, B.S.

Distributive Education, Typing, Distributive Education Club Sponsor
Co-Sponsor of the Junior Class of 1962
Co-Sponsor of the Senior Class of 1963
Co-Sponsor of the Senior Class of 1964

 
This was taken when we went to the DE Virginia State Contest, May 1961.  Ms. Kanter still looks the same.  We had a great time and I would've never entered if it hadn't been for Ms. Kanter.  She gave me the courage to stand up in front of a crowd.  No, I didn't win with my presentation of Fiber Glass Drapes.  I worked at Leggett's and was in the Drapery Department and had to know what I was selling.  Guess it paid off for the Local Contest.  That's me on the left, what you can see.
1955 Krabba, pp. 38, 144 May 1961 - Sandra Ray ('61) and
Miss Ettalea Kanter (Hampton HS - '55)
Courtesy of Tom Norris (HHS - '73)
of VA - 01/12/05
Thanks, Tom!
Courtesy of Sandra Ray ('61) of VA - 11/16/05
Thanks, Sandra!
 
1964 Anchor, p. 51 1964 Anchor, p. 130 Saturday, October 23, 2004
Courtesy of Dave Spriggs ('64)
of VA - 10/29/03
Thanks, Dave!
Courtesy of Dave Spriggs ('64)
of VA - 10/29/03
Thanks, Dave!
Courtesy of Dave Spriggs ('64)
of VA - 01/15/05
Thanks, Dave!

I am going to admit that I liked all my teachers to a certain degree; but my all time MOST FAVORITE, was Miss Ettalea Kanter!
And I hope I spelled her name correctly; my mind is fading on the name spellings in these later days since my last hospitalization!

- Butch Ragland ('63) of CO - 06/25/16
Thanks, Butch!


Butch, Miss. Kanter was one of my faves, too.

- Frances Owens Wagner ('66) of FL - 06/25/16
Thanks, Frances!


Yep. Ettalea Esther Kanter, hottie teacher extraordinaire. I took typing to get in her class.
I wasn't a particularly good typing student but kept after it and it has turned out to be one of the most valuable skills I ever learned.
Thank you EEK!!

- Mark Van Noy ('62) of TX - 06/25/16
Thanks, Mark!


She's Got Legs

- ZZ TOP

She's got legs, she knows how to use them.
She never begs, she knows how to choose them.
She's holdin' leg wonderin' how to feel them.
Would you get behind them if you could only find them?
She's my baby, she's my baby,
yeah, it's alright.

She's got hair down to her fanny.
She's kinda jet set, try undo her panties.
Everytime she's dancin' she knows what to do.
Everybody wants to see if she can use it.
She's so fine, she's all mine,
girl, you got it right.

She's got legs, she knows how to use them.
She never begs, she knows how to choose them.
She's got a dime all of the time,
stays out at night movin' through time.
Oh, I want her, shit, I got to have her,
the girl is alright, she's alright.


"She's Got Legs" midi courtesy of http://www.8ung.at/southernrock/she_got_legs1.mid,
at the dare, uh, suggestion of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 10/28/03
Um, thanks, Dave!

"She's Got Legs" lyrics courtesy of http://www.lyricsdir.com/z/zz-top/legs.php,
also at the suggestion of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 10/28/03
Okaaaay, Dave!  You dared me, so there they are!
And I agree - the woman DOES have great legs!  She looks absolutely FABULOUS!
When I saw her, I thought she was one of the students - and I told her so!

Hampton High School's Crab clip art courtesy of http://www.geocities.com/agent99bm/ - 10/02/05
Replaced courtesy of
http://www.hamptonhigh1964.com - 02/17/09

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