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The 4th of July

Brings back Memories

Remember your first innocent recollection of fireworks?  This one sent in by Patricia McCarthy of her first 4th at Smith Park.  Pat has been oooing and ahhhing ever since!

That’s a far cry from the festivities at Dave Holm’s gathering of old friends in North Carolina last year.  Dave thought he’d add a bit of sparkle to a glass of his favorite moonshine!  (Looks more like a meeting of the southern chapter of the La Costa Nostra!!!)

But that’s nothing compared to the pyrotechnic display put on by Karsten Boerger back when he was trying to impress Nancy Davison.  He and some friends met outside Nancy’s apartment and made a big impression!  I think this is when Nancy’s dad said, “Marry her or pay for the damages!”  Karsten has been paying and paying ever since.

Then there are some who like to expose themself ...  to danger ...  like John Leopold did here.  It might explain why they made a movie about John called “The 40 Year Old Virgin”.

Then we have the real Captain America, played here by John Gilbert at McGovern Park, that wanted to impress all the girls.  He certainly knew how to shield them from harm … NOT!!!

And some guys have got to have their wiener get involved in everything!  John Stanelle’s wiener dog just had to get in on the action and send everybody ducking!

We’ve never knew how to delicately put it to Wayne Reineck that maybe it’d be a good idea for him to take a shower.  Then we stumbled onto this old video of Wayne’s when the evil Bill LaBonte played a prank while Wayne was in the shower.  Ever since then Wayne can’t stand showers or enclosed spaces.

And finally, we have Mitch Heinrichs patriotic 4th of July dance-athon, where he attempted to raise money for the Quarry House’s addition of a bratwurst grille and depilatory lounge.  So far he’s raised 73 cents.



Have a happy and safe 4th of July

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Our Life in Pictures!

Try to explain some of these to the kids!!











Why do I get a warm feeling when I see these?



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55th Reunion

Sheraton, Brookfield

November 3 and 4, 2017





More Dancing


Renewing old friendships


Welcoming visitors of all varieties

More than 150 photos are posted under the heading of "55th Reunion Photos".  They cover both nights of the reunion but represent just a fraction of the good times and commradery that comes with being among old friends.  It was particularly pleasing that a number of "first-timers" attended the event as well as a few friends from the class of '63.  (You can add your own photos or contact me if you want some help in doing so.)

We thank everybody who particpated from committee members to the classmates who attended, to spouses who so valiantly agreed to join in with a crowd of old-timers.  We were touched that several classmates who recently lost their spouses, put away their sadness for a short time to smile and laugh with people who care so very much about them.  We hope they could feel the combined love of almost 100 pairs of arms around them.

We may or may not have another event in the future but if not, we will all add this weekend to the cherished memory banks related to the friendships started those many years ago at Custer High School. For those who chose not to or couldn't attend, we missed you and included you in our thoughts.