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Alumni Association Update (Continued):
to Ray and Virginia (Collins) Fyler who will celebrate their 39th Anniversary on August 23rd.
to Jerry and Dottie (Rogers) Solomon who will celebrate their 35th Anniversary on August 24th.
and any couple whose anniversary we missed.
(If we missed your anniversary, we don't have the date. Please send it to us so we can update our records.)
to Eileen Forde who loaned us the photograph of the 1958 Color Guard we printed in "Trinity Trivia".
to Noel Hill for sending us a tape of the Cadets 1956, 1957 and 1958 competition routines.
to the Fogg-Roberts American Legion Post for allowing us to use their hall for practice on Monday nights.
to Iron Workers Local 7 for allowing us to use their hall for practice on Thursday nights.
Our next Alumni Association meeting is Friday, October 3rd, at 7:00 p.m. at the Fogg-Roberts American Legion Post in Hyde Park. The main item of business will be the first review of the new by-laws.
Its never too early to mark your calendar for our 2nd annual reunion to be held this year on
Sunday night, October 19th at Florian Hall, 55 Hallett St., Dorchester.
"Can you cure him?" I said. He replied "Maybe, but it could be expensive." "No problem." I said, "Anything for old Rex."
So the Vet placed him on the examining table, took a sassy old cat out of his cage, and placed him on the table. As sassy old felines will do, the cat paraded around the dog, tail high in the air, while also spitting and hissing. Rex just lay there.
"He's dead", said the Vet "That will be $340, please."
He quickly replied " $40 to pronounce him dead and $300 for the Cat Scan!"
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Now I ask you, "If 100 rabbits were standing in a row and they all took one hop backwards, would that be considered a receding hare line?"
No one got the deliberate typo in the last newsletter.
Space permitting, we will publish all the correspondence we receive. If you send
photographs, we will keep them only long enough to scan them into the computer.
They say an artist is only as good as his tools and materials. We have all the tools we need,
but we can certainly use more material! We need pictures (preferably originals), personal
stories (the more personal the better), trivia questions (with the answers, please), jokes (in good
taste, of course), and puns (good or bad), otherwise we will have to reduce the size of the
newsletter to match the amount of available material. Any and all contributions will be