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In this article, I am going to deviate from my memories of those special neighbors to my graduating Class of 1948. The Days of ‘85 are coming up and a few class members wondered if we could “get together” some way during that time. Some thoughts and arrangements were made to accomplish this. Of the 34 that graduated, I believe that 17 are still alive, though scattered.

Every graduating class is unique, but I feel this class was unique in at least two ways. First, there were six Gundlachs, three Waterlands, two Schweigerts and two Hubbards. The other situation was (like some other clas...

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