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|~ Sadly, Now 83 ~
|Havertown, Pennsylvania 19083
|Coolest Juke Box EVER!!
Just click on the square for the song complete
with the original video!!!!
|You may have noticed some changes/modifications to the
pages on our class web site recently. I have finished
converting every page and detail from the original
PageBuilder software to the newer SiteBuilder software since
the older software was being phased out. If you have noticed
any problems, please let me know. BTW, there should be
familiar background music on EVERY page. If you
cannot hear the music, check and make sure that your
audio drivers are up-to-date for your particular Internet
browser. The background music on these pages should
hopefully rekindle memories of the America that we
grew up in as we began adding "Clicks" to our own
personal odometers!! Those were truly wonderful times!!
|Do you remember the Ventures and Babbitt
the drummer who played "Walk Don't Run"?
Do any of you remember the USAF Four Star
General George Babbitt from Tacoma, WA?
Anyone who thought the military is all spit
and polish and discipline? Pretty
interesting. General Babbitt was a drummer
at one time for the Ventures. This is cool.
Watch it. You will love it if you like rock 'n'
roll. Some of you probably don't remember
the Ventures. Those that do, enjoy the clip.
It should bring a smile to your face.
Clip is from March 1, 1998.
|Lost In The 50's - Another Time, Another Place
This is a 4 1/2 minute video slide show, and worth the time it takes to watch it.
If you lived during the 1950's you will recognize the pictures and not need
captions (since there are none). If you didn't live in the 50's, see what you
missed. A little nostalgia, some good memories, some not. A really well done
video nostalgia trip back to the "Good Old Days"
(Best viewed at Full Screen)
|Grammy-winning songwriter Julie Gold's Valentine
to her hometown. A Girl's School -59' Graduate,
Published on September 10, 2015
"Grandpa Got Runned Over By A John Deere"
playing in the background
|Pictures from our 61st Reunion
Check out the links below (on left)
|Pennsylvania State Flag