Warren Hechinger and his love of the moment, Gino Lynch in back, Jerry and Irene Murphy on the right with Ernie and Sheilla Brodsky at that time and myself with my future wife Carol. It had a heater so powerful Murphy once said it was melting his socks off! Submitted by Russ Mulroy This was my most favorite car, a 1949 Studebaker in a putrid lime green. I bought it with all my own money, working at the lunch counter of the local 5 & 10 during my junior year in HS. Submitted by Sandra Findlay Maddie Seidelle's birthday party 1961 Left to right bottom: Michele Axman, Ilene Tetenbaum, Sally Pittman, Sandy Parrish Top row: Liz Sucher, Roberta Witlin, Pam Prince, Dottie Dumaresq LMHS 60, Maddie Seidelle Submitted by Roberta Witlin Hirsh MARCY, Sandy Findlay tipped me off on the remarkable LMHS 61 website. Below is an email that I sent to Doug Gibson after digesting the website. Best wishes, Frank Barning Division Avenue 1960Doug, You may not have this photo. My recollection was that he was an excellent ball player. Apologies for not calling and telling you beforehand. Sept, 1958 Submitted by Barbara Steinman Bengels From left to right: Ellen Kobrin, Kathleen Scotti-Reggio, me (formerly Barbara Steinman), Barbara Van Valen Elsherbini, with Grover Dale from the cast of West Side Story 1958 Bottom of pyramid left to right: Janet Columbia, Carol Gibson, Jean Githens Second row left to right: Pat Pandolfi, Lois Christensen Top of pyramid Jolain Kiss Standing left to right: Gayle Brinko, Pat Dunn, Kathy Ham submitted by Lois Christensen Bish The year was 1954. It was a '53 Oldsmobile Dyna Drive in black I'd paid 5.00 for. Steve Patacher, a Memorial grad in 1960, is in the photo, top left. He was a pitcher who played Little League and Pony league with many of us. Honey 1959 Belmont Park Picnic - - - Arlene Trimboli & Ray O'Connell; Jimmy Greenleaf, Honey Flaherty; Joe Gesmundo; Billy Fick; ? Sorry for the delay, but I decided not to go to the New Paltz reunion because the only person whose name I recognized at this year's reunion was at the reunion with me last year.Star Lynn: I never thought our paths would cross since he moved back to Australia. Star Lynn: I was impressed with how thorough the selection process was.Besides submitting our story by answering questions and a picture, we were also required to complete many tests including a criminal background check, psychological evaluation and medical tests. Why were you so willing to let a national television audience see that vulnerability?
I was so grateful that the producers were able to find him in Australia.
What did they have to say when you told them you were going to be on the show? The Ride: So do you believe in love at first sight?
Star Lynn: No, I believe in attraction at first sight, and love develops.
Eastern/Pacific), couples reunite after having been apart, sometimes for decades, with the hope of possibly rekindling the fire that once was.
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