Monthly Archives: June 2005

School History

Looking over our Lahian recently, I was amazed.  For the first time, I actually looked at the picture of the school board.  Did you know how many of our classmates parents were on the board?  We all knew Mary Kay … Continue reading

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Another LAHS Web Site

Amazingly, another LAHS class has a web site.  The class of 1978 at: http://lahs78.com Of course, this is long after our class.  There is no one there we would know unless they were children of our classmates, yet it is … Continue reading

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Georgie Woods

I read in our local newspaper today that Georgie Woods, the Guy With the Goods died.  He was a rhythm & blues disk jockey on WDAS who influenced the more rebellious of us.  He was 78, not that much older … Continue reading

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Adding Comments

I see that to enter a comment on this site you must sign up for the Microsoft Passport.  If you understandably do not want to do this, e-mail me your comment and I will add it.  If you would like … Continue reading

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Styles of the 50s

Last September I was in one of those Halloween shops that open in malls everywhere and are gone without a trace by November 1.  I was looking at packaged costumes of 1950s’ styles, one for boys and one for girls.  … Continue reading

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Where Did They Go?

One of the interesting photos I got from Nancy Leith Musser in Ocean City is of our entire 7th grade class at the Highland Avenue School. (Which was once the high school.) Not only was it interesting for a picture … Continue reading

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Classmates

Are you a classmate? Friend, spouse or sibling of a classmate? A graduate from another year? Add at least your name to the comments here so we know you are still alive and well (at least well enough to type). … Continue reading

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