Hello Class of 1963!
With “Singing du-wa-ditty-ditty-dum-ditty-do” in the background, I am inspired to update my website. Thank you Barbara for featuring it on the class page. It’s always sad to hear your report of the passing of classmates. Their names bring back scenes that seem like only yesterday. Here’s one I wonder if anyone else recalls. During Mrs. Lowe’s geometry class on the second floor in the older part of the building, we heard a rumble and then the whole room started to vibrate, particularly the chairs and desks on the wooden floorboards. The glass in the multi-paned windows trembled as the vibration spread. “It must be an earthquake,” Mrs. Lowe said. We got quiet as the rumble got louder and we wondered whether to run. The shaking came and went, but the floor and ceiling stayed in place. Finally, Mrs. Lowe smiled and said, “I don’t think it’s an earthquake. I bet they’re measuring heart rates upstairs in a science class and running in place.” We were safe!