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04/04/11 01:21 PM #1    


Linda Siert (Johnson)

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06/24/11 03:18 PM #2    

Ronald Jessen

Just a quick note to congratulate everyone who is responsible for putting together a great website. It's easy to navigate and really infomative.  Tanks again

08/17/11 05:06 PM #3    

Ed Reitan

To my understanding, this incredible web site is the hard work of one Linda Siert Johnson, who worked with a commercial reunion web page builder - great isn't it?


08/24/11 10:39 PM #4    

Daniel Olson


I am on the reunion committee in a lesser role.  

Please, those of you who are thinking about coming to Omaha, just say Yes! (sorry, Ms. Reagan)...this is a great time to see lots of folks from all over the USA whom you may not have seen in many a chance to see your old neighborhood...'one-stop-shopping,' as I think of it.

For the '61'ers who live in the Neb. Iowa area, such as myself, we very much look forward to seeing our far-flung friends, whether from the two newest States, or the older Colonies 'back East'...and not to forget Professor DaSilva's Portugal (waaaay back East)! ...y'all come!

There will be many who decide to come  in the next few days (Bid Taylor's WHS grad/sister Mary, a 'fetus,' about 8 yrs younger than us, reported that they had huge #'s of classmates jump on board in the two weeks before the reunion...gets tricky for the sweathogs at committee HQ's, when there is so much procrastination, so please do make a decision > 2 wks before D-Day).

Best to you, whether you can make it or not ...

Regards, Dan Olson

PS-to classmates who fell--'and can't get up!'-- into the 'web' of reading this, as a redeeming offering, get a look at Gregg Millett's website for whs '57 at ... you'll read unseemly stories (like Bud Walling's, about riding his horse to WHS, & tying it up at a barn that the next yr was the site of Laurence & 'Virgie' Myer's Countryside Village).

Explore it --at least the'projects' link, WHS class of '57 on the site; also his dad's China photos of WWII...his younger sister Mollie married Glenn Vaad; bro Gary '62...'57 class had Pat Fischer, 17 yr all NFL safety at Wash., & Terry Kiser, a great actor. 

then, for fun, see the '59 link with pics of Nick Nolte at Countryside dressed as he was in Jefferson in Paris (talk about anachronisms!) --the '59 site is:


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