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This Year (2010) is our 45th Alumni Anniversary (for information click). We graduated in 1965, the first year mandated health warnings appeared on cigarette packages and 35,000 marched on Washington to protest the Vietnam War. New fashions included the mini skirt and long hair for men. Sony introduced the new (doomed to fail) Betamax Tape Recorder, the Beatles released 4 albums in '65 including "HELP" and play a live Concert in Shea Stadium . The St Louis Arch was finally completed. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. led a civil rights march in Alabama from Selma to Montgomery. Riots in Watts California left large parts of the city burnt and 34 dead. Ranger 8 crashes into the moon after a successful mission of photographing possible landing sites for the Apollo Program
The 2010 Reunion will be a milestone, 45 years out of High
School. Many of our classmates are not longer with us (In
Memorial Page) You can help by sending information to anyone
on the committee or
by volunteering to serve.
But the most important activity would be to attend the events for the Weekend in August 2010. Plans are in the making so please make your wishes known.
And consider volunteering to help. See you on August 13, 14 and 15th, one or all days.
Popular films were Gold Finger, My Fair Lady, What's New Pussycat and Mary Poppins. The average cost of a new house was $13,500 and gas was 31 cents per gallon; a loaf of bread was 21 cents; 5lbs of sugar was 59 cents; 1/2 gallon of milk was 53 cents (delivered) and a new Chevy was $2,655.00