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•   Carol Heckathorne (Hall)  11/13
•   Shirley Soley (Filipek)  11/11
•   Connie A. Ford (Dutton)  11/7
•   Diane Gilliland (Hawkins)  11/7
•   Allan Wimer  11/5
•   John Thomas  11/3
•   Larry Blatt  11/2
•   Debby Bechdel (Schmidt)  10/29
•   Thelma Claypool (Unangst)  10/18
•   Bob Trostle  10/3
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•   Jon Hawryliak  11/18
•   Anita Galida (Rood)  11/19
•   Penny L. Martin (Sloan)  11/19
•   Renae C. Notaro (Shea)  11/19
•   Patsy Stein ('67) (Zaccari)  11/20
•   Sarah E. McConnell (Pfabe)  11/21
•   John Thomas  11/21
•   Kathleen (Kathy) J. Warren (Prementine)  11/23
•   Howard W. Frank III  11/24
•   Terry A. Pleva (Kelly)  11/24
•   Kathy L. Keck (Easton)  11/26
•   Elizabeth (Betsy) A. Miller (Taylor)  11/26
•   Daryl R. Putney  11/26
•   John Stepahin  11/26
•   David C. Stewart  11/26
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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 57.1%

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B:   329   Not Joined


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Our class monthly get together is set 
for the Lyndora American Legion
at 5:00 PM
Tuesday, November 28th


   Our 70th Birthday Party
Date:  Saturday, September 1, 2018
(Possible Friday events)
Lyndora American Legion
Freedom Child Band 2.0
Come and catch up with us...just started the page. New and old legacy photos as well as a current schedule.
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Several of our classmates and classmates family members have passed away.  Take a minute to click on "News On Classmates" and get the information we have.  If anyone of you have any additional information that has been missed please feel free to contract us located top of page.
For your security we are requesting anyone wishing to join our website be understanding that we have added a verifying step before they can view our password protected pages.  We hope all will be understanding for the extra step.  It's just one more level in our security to protect any information about you that you have made available.    


This site has been created and is managed at zero cost to you. It exist to promote, celebrate, and reconnect with all members of our class 
Once you join you'll find announcements with  up to date reunion and/or other activities being planned, plenty of memories from our high school days, and a great way to see what's become of everyone and reconnect with old friends
I'll be adding a new page soon titled 'NEWS CAPSULE' keep a lookout

November Fun, Wacky Days

    Nov 1       Wednesday          All Saints' DayAuthor's Day,                               
Nov 2 Thursday All Souls' DayDeviled Eggs Day,
Nov 2 Thursday Men Make Dinner Day
Nov 3 Friday Sandwich Day
Nov 4 Saturday Common Sense Day
Nov 5 Sunday Zero Tasking DayDaylight Saving Time ends
Nov 6 Monday Saxophone Day
Nov 7 Tuesday Election DayBittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day
Nov 8 Wednesday Tongue Twister Day
Nov 9 Thursday Chaos Never Dies Day
Nov 10 Friday Forget Me Not Day
Nov 10 Friday Marine Corps BirthdayVeterans Day observed, Vanilla Cupcake Day
Nov 11 Saturday Veterans DayOrigami Day
Nov 12 Sunday Happy Hour Day
Nov 13 Monday World Kindness Day
Nov 13 Monday Sadie Hawkins Day
Nov 14 Tuesday Spicy Guacamole Day
Nov 14 Tuesday Pickle Day
Nov 15 Wednesday Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day
Nov 16 Thursday Fast Food Day
Nov 16 Thursday Use Less Stuff Day
Nov 17 Friday Take A Hike Day
Nov 18 Saturday Push Button Phone Day
Nov 20 Monday National Absurdity Day
Nov 21 Tuesday World Hello Day
Nov 22 Wednesday Go For a Ride Day
Nov 23 Thursday Thanksgiving DayFibonacci Day
Nov 24 Friday Black FridayCelebrate Your Unique Talent Day
Nov 24 Friday Buy Nothing Day
Nov 25 Saturday Shopping Reminder Day
Nov 26 Sunday Cake Day
Nov 27 Monday Cyber Monday
Nov 28 Tuesday Red Planet Day
Nov 29 Wednesday Electronic Greeting Card Day
Nov 30 Thursday Computer Security Day


November 4th, Saturday - Full Moon
Beaver Moon - November

Full Beaver Moon. This was the time of year when the old Native American tribes set beaver traps, to ensure a supply of warm winter furs before the swamps froze. Another interpretation suggests that the name Beaver Full Moon comes from the fact that the beavers are now active in their preparation for winter. It's also called the Frosty Moon.

November 10th, Friday - Last Quarter Moon
November 18th, Saturday - New Moon
November 26th, Sunday - First Quarter Moon



 November Birth Month Flower: The Chrysanthemum
A red chrysanthemum means “I love you.”
A white chrysanthemum means innocence, purity, and pure love. 
A yellow chrysanthemum means slighted love.
November Zodiac Signs
Scorpio: October 23 - Nov. 21
Sagittarius: Nov. 22 - Dec. 21
Interesting Veterans Statistics


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Tour different parts of America from the air in 5 minutes and 44 seconds...
I doubt you have ever seen anything like this one!
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Check out the "Missing Classmates" page and if you know the where abouts of anyone -
please let us know.
Biff: Why did the turkey cross the road?      
Bob: I don’t know.
Biff: It was Thanksgiving Day, and he wanted people to think he was a chicken!

    The Turkey, the Parrot and the In-laws

Martha had a parrot called Brutus, the only problem was that Brutus cussed something awful.  Now Martha was having her in-laws over for Thanksgiving, and so she needed to train Brutus quickly not to swear.
Just before her Mother-in-law was due Brutus cussed terribly, so Martha put him in the freezer for 2 minutes to literally cool off.  Then she opened the door and took out the parrot along with the turkey.
'And have you learned your lesson about cussing?' Martha asked the parrot. 
Brutus the parrot took one look at the dead turkey and said: 'I sure have.  But I have one I have a question, "What did the turkey do?" '
The girls above are the older version of the younger ones below. 
But we still have the pride.


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