I will always treasure the years I lived in NEWFOUNDLAND.
The kids I went to school with were exceptional people, and the wonderful
people of NEWFOUNDLAND welcomed us, and treated us like family. I have uploaded
my yearbooks and added some photos from that time.
9-27-2015 (added obit)Ansel CrispEdited
11-17-2015 (added obit) Kathy Meyer MurphyEdited 4-6-16 Latest obit. I talked to David Cutler today. (5-26-16)Looking forward to a reconnection! Added photo to this page.
Edited text and added photo 5/26/16Rearranged entire page, and
added new photos (5-30-16)
“Harmon Rocket, 1962” in its entirety.
content of this page has been divided into two parts.
The first half is
the class photos, and shows all the classes from kindergarten to twelfth grade.
This seems like a good place to put all of my personal
photos from Newfoundland.
Gloria age 7, Dale age 12, Terry age 15, Irma and Harold Peterson.Back of the house.
Johnson came to visit us. My Newfie
friend, Gary MajorI need help with these!
Frank and Annie
With Hewitt and Dinah cutler in frontAnother
and Annie with mom
These photos were taken in 1976, when my folks made a return
trip to Newfoundland. These are Newfie kids, with St.
Georges in the background.These are
children of my friends.
recently reconnected with my dear friend, Anita Cutler/Hinks.(4-18-16)
She has provided the names of the girls and boys in the following photos.
The girls on bikes were the daughters of Bob and Neatha (nee Major) Cutler, who owned the store on Cutler's
Hill. The girl in white, on the left, is Peggy Cutler Thomas. She and Anita are
close friends. The name of the other girl is Tina Cutler Durnford.
The boys on the top step are (Back L- R) Wade Swyer and Melvin Sears. The boys on the lower level are
(Front L-R) Frank Cutler, Barry Brake, TroyRilea.
I have been waiting for four years for someone to help me
identify these folks. Thank you Anita!
Anita was my very first girlfriend. It is easy to see why I
fell in “love at first sight”. Here are some scans of 8mm movie
was able to add this photo today. (4-6-16)These
were taken in late 1962 after I had returned to the states.
The folks visited Dave Cutler in Mainland, Canada on this trip.Church
ladiesMy granny with
the church people.
And last of all, my favorite place, “Camp 33”.
This is where Richard McCray lost his life, fishing with his dad. It was a very
sad time at school. The black and white photo was added on 5/26/16, after I
found it in www.petesmemories.com/bunch9
. It was mixed with other photos that I was unable to identify.
I have temporarily uploaded a chapter from my autobiography,
Classmates, thought you might want to know that our
dear friend Ansel Crisp, EHHS Class of 1961, passed away peacefully yesterday,
about 4:45pm, at his home in York, SC. Ansel’s son, Clay, called me
yesterday evening with the sad news. Our hearts go out to Lynda, Clay,
and the entire Crisp family. May God bless them all!
you would like Lynda’s address is it as follows:
E. Liberty St.
be happy to pass on any service arrangement details, once known, to those who
would like to have them.
Our thoughts and prayers, and
sincerest condolences go out to: The family and friends of Kathy Meyer Murphy,
EHHS Class of 1966, who passed away on March 20, 2015.
This screen shot is from Rocket
Trails 2, added on the sixth day of April, 2016.