Here are a few pictures taken during the recent 40 plus one year NHS Reunion. The little guy is Ed Carberry. (Remember, he was the quiet nerdy guy.) I am just learning how to put these on a web page (as I used to have a top notch Russian computer expert do it all for me before). Thus the quality and quantity may not be what you may like, but enjoy what there is. And, by the way, there is no order whatsoever to these photos. I think we will all agree that it was a great weekend, and lots of friendships were renewed and lots more were developed. Thanks to the organizers!
NOTE: If you are using a modem rather than a cable hook-up, you may experience some problems loading this whole document. Since I do not have all the HTML skills and shortcuts down yet, the pictures may take "too long to load" for many modem users. Thus, if your server says, "hey, this person has tied up the line too long", it may shut the transfer down. Several people had this problem and one of my two suggestions worked for each of them. Try to load as "low-use times on the web" (e.g. 3 AM) , or maybe better, if it only half loads, close the page and immediately try to load once or twice more. Why this works is complicated, but has to do with the fact that our computers have a cache (brief memory) which allows it to load recently used stuff faster than new stuff. So, after doing this a couple time, it will all be "recently used stuff" In the future, I will figure out better ways to load so many pictures (compression), but right now, I am just learning. Always a student!
I know this is very corny, but I dedicate this experiment
to develop this web page to a NHS chemistry teacher who taught me so much
in so many ways. He was the kind of teacher who encouraged everyone
to do what is intellectually expanding. He was one of the teachers
who proved that learning can be fun, and this has become the center of
my own philosopy of life. I have several thousand other things that
need to be done, but for some reason, I am sitting here learning html.
And I am doing this because I love to learn. Thank you to all the
great NHS teachers, but especially to Jerry Fischer. I hope I am
as young as you are at 84 yr, Jerry. Thanks.
Dr. Richard Cash, M.D.
He looks like a Harvard professor and he is!
Long lost friends Sue Armstrong, Ed Carberry and Elizabeth
At the friday evening "Pre-Reunion" party at Mamma
Contest for "Most Unchanged Gals" Diane Effenheim, Julia
Baldi, Carol Heinl and Margo Jones
with Jack Kupper counting the votes
Master of Ceremonies Wally Schoenfeld with very cool letter
(remind Ed not to take photos with a white screen in the background)
Sue Armstrong and Jane Amerell
Jay Laskin giving Terry Terhorst the finger (well, sorta)
at Mamma Mia's
The NHS Tour (Saturday morning)
The NEW Pool
Some sections of my version of the class photo.
(Don't worry. The ones from the professionals will be much sharper than this,as I had to enlarge by 6 million percent (or close to that)
Top Row: Terry Terhorst, Jack Kupper, Jay Laskin, MaryLou Baird
Middle Row: Barb Keller, Rona Borkon, Mary Luker, Shari Nigel, Karen Morgenroth
Bottom Row: Mary Martins, Chris Bauschek, Carol Heinl, Margo Jones, Jerry Frank
Top Row: Tom Allman, Dicky Draus, James Bloom, Art Meilicke, Elizabeth McDonald, Ed Carberry
Bottom Row: Jerry Quasius, Wayne Schwartzman, Robert Naujok, Tom Semmens, Kave Koven, Sue Armstrong
Top Row: Ed Carberry, Dick Cash, Dick remy, Ken Bender, Bill Wolf
Middle Row: Sue Armstrong, John Klinkert, Mike Wolf, Bev Keller, Sandra Bartels
Bottom Row: Diane Effenheim, June Ramthum, Sue Friebert (sorta), Wally Schoenfeld
Top Row: Judy Walter, Diane Effenheim, June Ramthun, Sue Friebert (sorta),
Middle Row: Lenore Sweet, Marcia Kapal, Diane VanderHout
Bottom Row: Julie Hassclkus, Sue Krueger, Julia Baldi, Joanne Fox
Art Meilicke "artfully" giving his talk at the dinner
Bev Keller, Susan Schleben and Joan Fox
Not a great picture, but it was a great dinner.
Ed Carberry, Brandy Manhattan and Jim Bloom (aka Jesse
Sue Armstrong (why do I have so many Sue Armstrong
Ed and Barb Keller swap old stories
June Ranthum, Wayne Schwartzmann and Dick Cash at Mamma
Mary Lou Baird, Dick Cash and Linda Carberry at the all
new "old Milky Way"
Ed and Sue (again) with Bob Naujok out side their old
which have now been converted to janitor offices (go figure)
Back to the Saturday morning NHS tour
The old library still looks pretty good, but what happend
to the stacks of books?
Photos from Bev Keller
Art Meilicke and Bev Keller
Joan Fox, Mary Martins, Bev Keller, June Ranthum and Sue
Bev Keller and Jun Ranthum
Joan Fox, Sandy Bartels and Bev Keller
Bev Keller, Astrid Schlicke & Wayne Schwartzmann
Jerry Quasius, Bev Keller, Dick Kraus and Chris
If you have others you
would like to share and would like to have them
added to this web page send them to me and I will try to add them when I get time.
Also, I am going to try to list alumni e-mails for all those I have. Let me know if you know others.
Ed Carberry, 700 South First St., Marshall, MN 56258
These were the known e-mail addresses as of June 2000
Keep in mind that they may no longer be correct! Most are still linked. (May 21, 2005)
Amerell, Jane email@example.com
Armstrong, Sue firstname.lastname@example.org
Baird, Mary Lou MaryLou.Baird@schwab.com
Borken, Rona email@example.com
Carberry, Ed firstname.lastname@example.org
Cash, Dick email@example.com
Fischer, Jerry (chemistry teacher) JeromeJxfx@aol.com
Hicks, Margaret (Maggy) firstname.lastname@example.org
Keller, Bev Throndson@aol.com
Klinkert, John email@example.com
Koven, Dave Dkovensage@aol.com
Laskin, Jay firstname.lastname@example.org
Martins, Mary Mtalboys@aol.com
Meilicke, Art Meilicke@gte.net
Naujok, Bob email@example.com
Nelson, Judy firstname.lastname@example.org
Pfeil, Ken Kepfeil@aol.com
Shirvanian, Cary CLOES@aol.com
Wolf, Bill BillWolf@aol.com