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ATTENTION!

Due to extreme computer woes, I will be able to make page updates and receive mail, but I won't be able
to answer any mail until my troubles
are resolved.
Additionally, I'll be on vacation in IL the first week in May of 2004, and won't even be able to receive mail - but it will be waiting for me at home.

Sorrier than you are, Carol - 04/23/04

SEE NEW CONTEST BELOW!

NNHS    

Newport News High School

Newport News, Virginia
Class of 1965

(WITH EXPANDED COVERAGE FOR THE CLASSES OF 1955 TO 1972)
 


SPECIAL: FOR SALE -
2000 Navigator - Added
 02/11/04      
NEW!

Last Updated - 04/23/04
Main Page - 04/09/04

Main Page Redesigned -
 11/25/03 - by my #6 son,
Dale Harty of NC

SHORTCUT: Class of 1964 - 40th REUNION PLANS AND NEWS
- Updated 04/22/04

NEW CONTEST:
Guess the Flagtwirler - 04/23/04

Page Name Last Updated
Alumni Listings 04/19/04
BAND      NEW! 04/23/04
Bonus - Chip's Pix 01/18/04
Cheerleaders                     NEW! 04/08/04
Class E-Mail Addresses 02/29/04
Faculty & Staff 04/17/04
Fraternities and Sororities   NEW! 04/21/04
Grand Reunion - 04/14/96 06/21/03
Harron's Mother's Treasure Chest 10/02/01
● Hurricane Isabel - 09/18/03 12/08/03
Protected by Heavenly Father's Arms (formerly known as In Harm's Way) 03/14/04
In Memoriam - 1958           NEW! 03/23/04
In Memoriam - 1959           NEW! 04/07/04
In Memoriam - 1960    01/30/04
In Memoriam - 1961 03/24/04
In Memoriam - 1962 03/24/04
In Memoriam - 1963 03/29/04
In Memoriam - 1964 04/01/04
In Memoriam - 1965 03/18/04
In Memoriam - 1966 03/25/04
In Memoriam - 1967 03/25/04
JFK Assassination 04/14/04
NN City Directory  - Downtown - 1954 10/28/03
NN City Directory - North End - 1954 10/28/03
NN City Directory - Huntington Ave.  - 1965 11/08/03
NN City Directory - Washington Ave. - 1965 11/08/03
News 04/18/04
9/11/01 Memorial 09/11/02
● 1964 State Basketball Tourney COMING SOON
Nostalgic Artifacts 01/26/04
Odds and Ends 02/24/04
  Old Peninsula Movie Theaters 04/20/04
Our Old Apartments 04/21/04
Our Old Cars 02/10/04
Our Old Stomping Grounds 04/21/04
Our Places of Worship  04/18/04
Our Prom Pictures 12/03/03
Our Schools When We Were Younger 02/25/04
Other Classes 01/07/04
Other Recent Deaths 04/21/04
Page Hits    04/02/04
Rabbi David Ellenson's Visit - 10/04/02 08/01/03
Recent Typhoon Deaths 03/20/04
Requests for Prayers or Positive Thoughts        NEW! 02/04/04
REUNION PAGE 04/22/04
Turner's Typhoon Tidbits 10/10/03
WGH - AM Radio  01/25/04
Where We Are Now  AND 01/27/04
Yearbook Pictures - Class of '65 01/27/04
   

IMPORTANT!

YOUR NEWSLETTERS WILL EITHER
BE SENT FROM
 
NNHS65@nc.rr.com
O
R
cluckmeat@nc.rr.com
(don't ask...).

IF YOU THINK YOU'RE ON THE MAILING LIST AND HAVE NOT HEARD FROM ME FOR A WHILE, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR PROVIDER THAT I AM NOT SPAM!  THANKS!

STAY IN TOUCH WITH YOUR FELLOW TYPHOONS!
A free newsletter with notes from all over, a listing of "Newbies", and notification
of recent page updates goes out at least once a week
(well, usually...) to over 170 alumni  from the classes
of '55 to '72.
If you would like to be added
to our mailing list, please contact the webmistress at
NNHS65@nc.rr.com.
 


This page celebrated its third anniversary
on July 13, 2003. 
Thank you for your support!

 


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NNHS mp3 JUKEBOX  
- Courtesy of my #6 son, Dale Harty of NC - 11/16/03
Thanks, Dale!

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The Alma Mater

Within these sacred walls
we stand,
To praise thine honored name,
We sing to thee,
dear Newport High,
Thy glories we proclaim.

Chorus

Hail, hail to the Gold and Blue,
We raise thy banners high,
And ever through thine
endless days,
In triumph, may they fly.

O Alma Mater, in our hearts,
We'll often turn to thee,
And echo once again the songs
Of thy dear memory.


Written and Composed by
Arthur Hundley, 1937

Newport News High School
Newport News, VA
 

1965 Senior Class Song

From our freshman days to
our senior year,
Our efforts yield no refrain;
We have crossed the path
with great success, 
Thy honors we proclaim.
We have closed the doors to Newport's past,
For the future we must strive;
But shall keep the memories
within our hearts,
The class of sixty-five. 

Refrain:  Yesterday's problem, Today's effort,
Tomorrow's success.


Written by Jim Brinkley
Composed by Kenny Carter

1965 Senior Class Motto

" Yesterday's problem, today's effort,
tomorrow's success."


by Carole Althaus and Frank Blechman

 

To obtain and maintain the services necessary for this ever-growing website,
as of 10 Sep 2003, we now have professional web-hosting to better serve our needs.
Of course, these improved services cost money.

These funds are provided by the generous contributions
of viewers like you, either through PayPay or by direct mail.

There are now over 170 subscribers to the newsletter,
and I suspect that each of you will visit the site at least once each year.
If each one of you would donate just $1.00 each year,
the web space expenses would be covered. 
What a bargain:  Just one measly dollar a year,
and you get all these memories, images, and even current gossip.
Please consider a donation to keep us going.
Thank you for your support.

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PLEASE SIGN THE GUESTBOOK!!!

Sign the Guestbook     View the Guestbook

Guestbook Last Signed - 04/04/04
(John Walker
- '64 - of VA)
 

View the Old Guestbook

Old Guestbook Last Signed - 12/16/00
(Ronnie Phillips - '65 - of VA)
 

Page Hits

(In the interest of space, as of 01/20/04, this section now has its own page.)

VISITORS:

 HIT # 20,000 WAS MADE ON 11/14/03 AT 10:19 AM! 
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU MADE IT!

There ARE prizes for every 500th hit, you know!
And every now and then, I actually pay up...
BUT - I do need to know who you are and where to mail your prize!

PLEASE - notify me if you are one of our lucky winners, lest I miss it!!!

This ornament is available in your choice of threads
(white, cream, ecru or white/silver) AND your choice of two ribbons (practically any two colors you can imagine).
These are the two usual prizes. 
If you win a second prize, you will obviously
receive a different ornament.

If you make a MAJOR hit
(# 10,000, # 15,000, # 20,000, etc.),
your prize will hopefully be more impressive.

This is but a
representation of a possible design for a Hanukah ornament.

I'll think of something...

As I tend to be as slow crocheting and cross-stitching as I am with everything else,
 there may be a "slight" delay before your prize reaches you... 


Email the Webmistress, Carol Buckley Harty

"When you're a little bit dumb and na´ve, things get done that no one believed could be done." "One never notices what
has been done;
one can only see what remains
to be done."
- John Peterman,
Founder of the J. Peterman Company
(This quotation courtesy of Kevin Eikenberry
of Powerquotes_Plus.net - 03/17/04)
- Marie Curie
(7 Nov 1867 - 4 Jul 1934)

"To me there are three things everyone should do every day.
Number one is laugh. Number two--spend some time in thought.
Number three, you should have your emotions move you to tears.
If you laugh, think, and cry, that's a heck of a day."

- Coach Jim Valvano of NC State University

(This quotation courtesy of Jim Dossett ('66) of VA - 01/14/04.
Thanks, Jim!)

 


Sukiyaki

- Rokusuke Ei
 
Ue o muite arukoo I look up when I walk
Namida ga kobore nai yoo ni So the tears won't fall
Omoidasu haru no hi Remembering those happy spring days
Hitoribotchi no yoru But tonight I'm all alone
Ue o muite arukoo I look up when I walk
Nijinda hoshi o kazoete Counting the stars with tearful eyes
Omoidasu natsu no hi Remembering those happy summer days
Hitoribotchi no yoru But tonight I'm all alone
Shiawase wa kumo no ue ni Happiness lies beyond the clouds
Shiawase wa sora no ue ni Happiness lies above the sky
Ue o muite arukoo I look up when I walk
Namida ga kobore nai yoo ni So the tears won't fall
Nakinagara aruku Though my heart is filled with sorrow *
Hitoribotchi no yoru For tonight I'm all alone
(whistling) (whistling)
Omoidasu aki no hi Remembering those happy autumn days
Hitoribotchi no yoru But tonight I'm all alone
Kanashimi wa hoshi no kage ni Sadness hides in the shadow of the stars
Kanashimi wa tsuki no kage ni Sadness lurks in the shadow of the moon
Ue o muite arukoo I look up when I walk
Namida ga kobore nai yoo ni So the tears won't fall
Nakinagara aruku Though my heart is filled with sorrow *
Hitoribotchi no yoru For tonight I'm all alone
whistling) (whistling)

 

"Sukiyaki" lyrics courtesy of japanorama.com/kyuchan.html
at the DEE-DOUBLE-DARE-YA of Dave Spriggs ('64) of VA - 09/24/03.
Thanks, Dave!

 

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