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•   Judy Reeder (Stalford)  10/12
•   Raymond Kikla  8/29
•   Joan Rein (Stevens)  8/28
•   Lois Gray (Bak)  8/27
•   William Jones  8/17
•   Harry Barber  7/25
•   Dorothy Riggs (Barrett)  6/13
•   Harold Butch (Berman)  6/13
•   Mearl Ferguson (Hatton)  5/30
•   Harold Ermer  5/23
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2 live in California
1 lives in Connecticut
1 lives in Delaware
18 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in Nebraska
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
12 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
3 live in New York
2 live in Ohio
49 live in Pennsylvania
5 live in South Carolina
1 lives in Tennessee
2 live in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
6 live in Virginia
1 lives in West Virginia
1 lives in British Columbia
103 location unknown


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Welcome to the NHS Class of '59 website.  Going forward, all communication will be via this website.  If you know of a 'mate who has not registered and has e-mail, please encourage them to do so.  We've been lucky to keep our class connected over these many years.  Let's keep up the good work!



Neshaminy High School Class of 1959 “Un-Reunion”:
Thursday, October 19, 2017

Dear Classmate:

The Summer is winding down. We hope it's been a good one for you. 
Now's the time to put our great “Un-Reunion” party on your calendar!
For this 12th (!) Annual gathering we'll return to
The Temperance House, 5 South State Street, Newtown, PA
on Thursday, October 19, 2017 – 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM

This will be an informal event, like our past UnReunions. Just show up to greet old friends, choose whatever beverages or food you want, and “pay as you go”. There's no cover charge. The Temp is a nice place for mingling. We’ll have a private meeting room, dedicated bartender (cash bar), and wait staff for ordering snacks, salads, sandwiches, or full dinners from our special menu.

Please join us for a casual evening to enjoy conversations and share nostalgia, news and friendship. We look forward to seeing you there! Of course, spouses and significant others are very welcome, as well as interested friends from other NHS classes.

See The Temp's new web site ( for more information and directions.

Note on parking: There's plenty parking in the area, including some behind the old Newtown Bank & Trust building near the Northwest corner of State St. & Washington Ave., and also behind The Temp in St. Luke's church lot across Court St. (i.e., the East side). Please note that Court St. is One-Way running North. If you have trouble walking, park in that Court Street church lot and call 215-944-8050.The Temp's staff will meet you and help you in through their back door. Or... if you need more assistance or a ride, please contact Burnell Brown (soon) to arrange it with us.

Here’s clarification on the 20% service charge that will be added to food and drink you order at tables: This 20% is a gratuity which goes to your waitress/waiter (not the management); no added  tipping will be necessary. (But... bartender tips aren't included, so if you buy drinks directly at the bar please be generous to the bartender.)

If you will attend (and we sincerely hope you will), please R.S.V.P. to Burnell Brown
by Friday, October 13th (in fact, the sooner the better).
Phone: 215-696-2257    e-mail:
snail mail:  527 Argyle Road, Drexel Hill, PA 19026-1105

This will help us complete the arrangements and make sure there are enough tables and chairs.

(By the way, this notice is being sent via e-mail only to all classmates who registered their e-mail addresses on web site. We don’t have addresses for some classmates – So please help to spread the word in person, by phone, Internet, snail mail, or carrier pigeon.)

We look forward to seeing you at the 12th Annual “Un-Reunion”!

Many thanks and best wishes,

The Reunion Committee 





Hello out there---I posted a note yesterday describing the wind damage to our property. Not surprisingly, we lost trees and our pool enclosure was smashed. We had no permanent or extreme damage, just lots of debris to clean up. Margaret took her dogs and spent a couple of nights at a friends house. Her house is intact, but she also had some downed trees. Other than power outages, we were happy that there was no further damage in our area, but the beach houses (which are about a mile away) were seriously beaten up. So we have no complaints other than the $$$ it will take to repair the pool cage and some equipment. I feel so sad for the people in NC who have lost everything.

Thanks for your kind thoughts. This is a beautiful area with beaches, historic landmarks, and plenty of music, art and excellent restaurants. I hope we recover quickly from the storm so that those of you who either don't live in Florida, or have never seen St. Augustine, come for a visit.

Wishing you health and serenity,

Dorothy and Lee