The pictures on the previous page were provided by Brenda Shapiro Kramer, Rita Shumsky Schweitzer, Sandi Harvey Bloomberg, Joyce Shenkman Kean, Barbara Katz Gordon and yours truly. The pictures on this page were provided by Hubert Barbour and yours truly
Friday Night of Countdown 2
Blanche Bunting Stanford, Ada Eberhardt Evans & Diane Dorsey
Don DeBrier, Connie Childs-Abdullah & Barbara Phillips Carey
Connie Childs-Abdullah, Barbara Phillips Carey, Sandi Harvey
Bloomberg, Rodger Mingo, Ada Eberhardt Evans & Blanche
Blanche Bunting Stanford
Saturday Night of Countdown 2
Ben Whitehurst & Jim Best
Charlyne Williams Monroe, Beaver Robinson, Frank Klimecki
& Leo Polisano
Rodger Mingo & Barbara Whitehurst
Herman & Doris Strauss and Paul & Laura Wilkinsky Zatz
Fred Dodd, Rodger Mingo, Connie Childs-Abdullah, Ellis & Lisa
Peopples, Ben & Barbara Whitehurst & Barbara Phillips Carey.
Ken & Debi Moyer, Bill Bowersock, Carol Dodd, Lynne Detweiler
Bowersock and Jane & Glen Riddle.
Frank Klimecki, Skip Mayall, Leo Polisano, Beaver Robinson &
Ed Doughty in front of the bar.
Herman & Doris Straus & Judy Van Horn Reilly
Carol & Fred Dodd, Hubert Barbour, Jim Best & Ben Whitehurst
Leo Polisano, Laura Wilkinsky & Paul Zatz
Bill & Lynne Detweiler Bowersock & Jane Doughty
Jane Riddle, her brother Glen & Lynne Detweiler Bowersock
Ken & Debi Moyer
Laura Wilkinsky & Paul Zatz, Ed Doughty & Herman & Doris
Rodger Mingo, Ada Eberhardt Evans, Connie Childs-Abdullah,
Ellis & Lisa Peopples and Ben & Barbara Whitehurst.
The crowd sings the alma mater for the second night. Some
classmates had tears in their eyes. Hey --- we're gettin' up there,
The crowd sings the ACHS Fight Song for the second night.
Charlyne Williams (in white suit) made sure everyone got in a
circle and held hands.
Charlyne Williams Monroe & Ada Eberhardt Evans
Fred Dodd, Frank Klimecke & Paul Longo
A man standing in line at a check out counter of a
grocery store was very surprised when a very
attractive woman behind him said, "Hello!" Her face
He gave her that "who are you look," and couldn't
remember ever having seen her before.
Then, noticing his look, she figured she had made a
mistake and apologized. "Look," she said "I'm really
sorry but when I first saw you, I thought you were the
father of one of my children," and walked out of the
The guy was dumbfounded and thought to himself, "What
the hell is the world coming to? Here is an attractive
woman who can't keep track of who fathers her
However, he was somewhat flattered that he might
resemble one of her former lovers. Then again he got a
little panicky. "I don't remember her," he thought
but, MAYBE....during one of the wild parties he had
been to when he was in college, perhaps he did father
He sat in his car, holding his head in his hands,
never realizing that she was his son's second grade teacher.