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09/12/16 08:01 PM #156    

Judy Amos (Leverknight)

To all my classmates that are going to the reunion, have a good time. Sorry I can't make it. I will be looking follower to 

seeing all the posts and pictures.


09/12/16 09:55 PM #157    

 

Dan Witkowsky

All of us who can't attend will definitely be there in spirit!  We also will be awaiting the photos and the posts from this awesome reunion!  If anybody gets time that night, send us an update of what's going on!  Somebody send a photo of those of us recognized at the football game!  And also the final score from the game!  

Thanks to all those who have spent many hours to ensure that this will be fun!  

We miss all of you!  Go Barrons!

- Dan Witkowsky

 


10/16/16 11:37 PM #158    

Judy Amos (Leverknight)

To all my classmates on the east coast,

Hope Mathew was't to hard on you. Hope you all are doing well.


10/17/16 04:06 PM #159    

 

Robert Kurowsky

Our small community of 48 homes, The Gates of Olde Mandarin in Jacksonville, Fl was very fortunate. We didn't lose electric but we did lose internet access for 5 days.

Many homes in the area lost electric averaging 4 days.

A good number of large trees in our area were blown over, most missing homes.

Very glad this is over.

Clean up efforts will take at least 30 days.

Jacksonville Beach was hit pretty hard, allot of flooding, water intrusion, sections of roads are missing.

St Augustine, about 30 miles south was hit the hardest, we think many of their historical bldgs experienced severe damage. Also true of their beach areas, large swatches of beach erosion.

Thanks for asking.


10/18/16 06:49 PM #160    

 

Rich Pinter

Bob...I am glad you didn't get damage from the storm. We lost our shore house on the Barnegate Bay when Sandy came thru. Didn't learn a lesson so I am down the shore today to buy another.

Rich


11/06/16 10:59 AM #161    

 

Nancy Hull (Merritt)

 

Bob Kurowsky, Just viewed pictures of reunion.  Thank you so much for all your effort in putting them together.  Brought back some wonderful memories and so good to see all the smiling faces.

Nancy Hull Merritt

 


12/17/16 06:11 PM #162    

 

Robert Kurowsky

Thanks so much for the kind words Nancy, they mean allot.

Glad knowing that you are enjoying our web site!


12/31/16 08:11 PM #163    

Judy Amos (Leverknight)

Hi Classmates, 

Hope you all had a Merry Christmas and I hope you all have a Happy New Year.


01/03/17 08:47 PM #164    

Buddy Owens

Fond memories of WHS.  Best wishes to all for a Happy New Year.


01/04/17 01:01 PM #165    

 

Alice Taylor

May you all have a happy, healthy 2017.  Let's have fun while we're all still young!  angel

 


01/05/17 11:09 AM #166    

 

Sally Stulga (Rogers)

Absolutely!  I'm still young but my knees have abandoned me...double replacement perhaps this month.  I still have miles of beaches to walk.  Happy new year to all!


01/05/17 11:30 AM #167    

Barry Levy

Sally, Good luck with the knees and miles of beach! I've had both hips replaced, not so bad except on days like today 27 degrees here in Basking Ridge, NJ.


01/06/17 10:52 AM #168    

Frank Tuhy

Sally - Good luck with the knees!  Among my medical adventures, it was shoulders that needed some repair work.  My recent thought is if there is such a thing as reincarnation, I want a body with a better warranty next time!

Barry - My fuzzy memory is trying to recall how much we knew each other at WHS.  However, we now live in the same town.  If you recognize the scene in this picture, you'll know where I live.  

Image may contain: night and fire

 

 


01/06/17 11:20 AM #169    

 

Sally Stulga (Rogers)

Thanks for your positive support; I've always exercised as well, but after carrying around my own four and my 18 grandchildren I've just worn down all the cartilage.  My husband won't allow me to limp...says he'll shoot me. He shares my sick sense of humor!  Pretty soon we'll all be bionic!


01/07/17 01:15 PM #170    

Buddy Owens

Best wishes for a speedy recovery Sally.  Make sure you take full advantage of any and all rehab that is offered.  Have your husband push you a little with the knee bends so you will have full mobility and moan as much as appears realistic so he feels sorry for you but don't milk it for more than a year.

Get well soon,

Buddy

 


01/08/17 11:06 AM #171    

 

Sally Stulga (Rogers)

Thanks, Buddy!  Will keep you informed.  Still waiting to be scheduled.


01/08/17 11:29 AM #172    

 

Joan Ditri (Flanagan)

Hoping for a happy, heathy new year for everyone! 


01/23/17 11:51 PM #173    

 

Dan Witkowsky

Great memories of Perth Amboy and Staten Island!  My grandparents lived up (Water?) Street from that ferry slip you pictured.  They had a wonderful view of the boat traffic on the (Arthur Kill?) from their front porch.  Was "Patsy's" the name of the store (not pictured) to the right of the slip?  I still remember the pin-ball machines in there along with their wonderful ice cream cones.

Bob, your efforts at bringing us some nostalgia are wonderful.  My wife's small town in Illinois sends out an occasional E-mailing named, "You Know You Lived and Grew Up in Dwight When..."!  It brings back a lot of memories to her and her classmates.  I think it would be great to post here with a similar title, "You Know You Lived and Grew Up in East Central New Jersey When..."! 

With that "You Know You Lived and Grew Up in East Central New Jersey," I thought I would bring back some memoies of "Englishtown Auction, New Jersey" which is on the Internet and seems to be going strong.  I have a lot of great memories from many years shopping and selling in Englishtown.  It was a wonderful place to buy fresh farm produce, as well as a chance to buy and sell just about everything (legal) imaginable.  I still remember buying National Geographic magazines for five cents because my family couldn't afford an annual subscription!  There was a wonderful bookstore inside one of the buildings that I spent hours in.  I've been at similar auctions over the years across the U.S., including here in Denver, but Englishtown is definitely the "grand-daddy" of them all!  Anybody do any buying or selling there on Saturdays? 

 

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01/24/17 09:28 AM #174    

 

Alice Taylor

Sally - good luck with the knees!  You can't keep a good woman down! 

 


01/25/17 04:44 PM #175    

 

Sally Stulga (Rogers)

Thanks for having faith in me!  I'm up for the challenge.  Will let you know.


01/26/17 08:54 AM #176    

 

George O'Brien

SALLY:

GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR ''NEW KNEES''

FROM THE LITTLE IRISH KID FROM ISELIN.

GEORGE O'BRIEN


01/27/17 11:52 AM #177    

 

Sally Stulga (Rogers)

Thanks, George.  I do remember you.  Signed, the tall blonde kid from Colonia.


04/09/17 10:43 PM #178    

Judy Amos (Leverknight)

To All My Classmates, that had birthdays so far this year. Happy belated birthay. So I missed them.


04/10/17 11:12 PM #179    

Judy Amos (Leverknight)

Classmates forgive me I had a senior moment when I posted my message yesterday. I wanted to say I was sorry I missed your birthdays.


04/11/17 10:54 AM #180    

Frank Tuhy

Senior moment?  I occasionally have senior hours!  Speaking of which, did Sally have that surgery yet, and how did it go?


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