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Nancy Jack Bell says, “I’m enjoying my old age (92) in a retirement home in Carls - bad, CA.” She’s also enjoying her great- grandchildren. Edith Hallock Reagan says it’s always


nice to hear about classmates from so long ago. Twins (boy and girl) were added to her family tree in 2012; she now has six grandchildren who, she says, “keep me young and going.” Jean Brickwood Slocum lives in Booth -


bay, ME, with her daughter. She also has two sons, six grandchildren, and four great-grands. Jean says, “I’m still driving my auto, and not running but walking slowly.” I’m also still driving, and playing bridge


every chance I get. I also appear at the gym on a regular basis. FLORANNA CHAYES LATHROP 3336 LAKE PARK CIRCLE ANCHORAGE, AK 99517 907-248-1947


says, “I love living at Ingleside at King Farm in Rockville, MD, near my daughter, grand- daughter, and great- granddaughter. I have two more great-granddaughters in Atlanta—all (of course) brilliant and beau- tiful.” She adds, “Cannot believe that I am 90.” A note from a niece of Norma Crosier,


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who died in July, indicates that NYC’s Goth am Writers Workshop, where Norma was a student, was so enamored with Norma’s spunk that they are having a memoir contest in her honor. MARY LOU SINON SAYER 1313 ALTON WOODS ROAD CONCORD, NH 03301 603-228-4635 MSAYER@COMCAST.NET


with lots of family get-togethers. They have eight great-grands. They had dinner recently with good friends Mary Mecklin Jenkins and her husband. Mary is very active in Kendal of Hanover in New Hamp shire, where the Jenkinses, the Gardners, and Nora Knox Graham live. Phyllis Emmerich Blair and I had a telephone chat recently; it was great to talk to her after all this time. We agree that we are disappointed at how much our “women’s college” has changed. Doris Merz Wyckoff lives in Florida.


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Libby Cone Gardner and hus- band Clint had a good summer,


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She made two trips to New Jersey this past summer to see family, especially her five great-grands. Ronnie Whiting Brandon chatted with Peggy Bugbee Fisher, who sounded in great spirits. Ronnie had lunch with Sally Seelbach Narrigan. Sally’s daughter Deb - bie ’67 was visiting from her home in South Carolina. Debbie is Ronnie’s god- daughter and was the first Class of ’44 baby (as far as we know). My news is that my grandson Brian got married. Please send me your news! DOROTHY ROMAN GUENTHER 248 PINES LAKE DRIVE EAST WAYNE, NJ 07470-5009 973-835-1869 SYNCHRODOTTIE@AOL.COM


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Susan Rabinowitz Malloy says the highlight of her summer was going to Glimmerglass Opera Festival in Coopers - town, NY, where “four operas in four days was about all there was, unless you like baseball.” She also had a trip to Paris with her grandchildren and wrote and illus trated a little book about it afterward. CAROL FLEISCHER BOSWELL 106 OLD BILLERICA ROAD, ROOM 231 BEDFORD, MA 01730 781-860-0482


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Nancy Bailey Allchin and hus- band Dick have been at Broad -


mead retirement community in Maryland for 10 years and remain in independent living. “Aren’t we lucky!” she says, adding that “exercise classes, lectures, current events, and art classes keep us busier than we want to be.” BETTY BRYAN ROSENBAUM 150 COOK HILL ROAD, APT. 1105 CHESHIRE, CT 06410-3763 203-271-8805


ful time. We were so thrilled that Virginia Miller Lyon received an Outstanding Ser - vice Award, as she has been an inspiration with our fundraising, scoring higher par- ticipation percentages than other classes! Cilla Wheeler Vickery and her husband stayed late in Florida since Dunda, as we know him, was in rehab after breaking his hip. Cilla promises to make it to our 70th in 2017! Sibyl Kirby wrote a note from Rutland,


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VT. She is well (and busy) but suffered in the summer heat. Joyce Kouwenhoven LeRoy notes that she has “many happy memories” of her time at Skidmore.


Our 65th reunion is over, and the few who attended had a wonder-


DO DUNKEL JERMAN 1983 SANDSTONE VISTA LANE ENCINITAS, CA 92024-4247 760-634-7640


grandson was married last summer on a farm in New York. Sue re - cently learned she will be a great-grandmom. She enjoys exercis- ing, playing duplicate bridge, and golfing but adds, “After that, I am happy to go night-night.” In July she had “a delightful long lunch” with Lee Gold stein Garlock. Marty Blomberg Beery reports that Bobby Green Brooks sent her a copy of Katey Geyer Winant’s book One Wash - cloth, One Towel—“a beautiful and com- forting remembrance of her husband. It is available online at northshire.com.” Marty adds, “I’m still a useful member of my church choir. My daughter sings with me when she is not helping her daughter with my two great-grandchildren. Her son will be married in late May, so I don’t know what that will do to my reunion plans. My son’s daughters are carrying on the family musical tradition. The elder is an opera performance major at the Uni - versity of South Carolina and played Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni. Her sister is a junior at the University of North Carolina with a minor in voice. She sings with the Carolina Choir there.” Pat Roach Maley and husband Dick spent last winter in Orange City, FL, and planned to spend this one in Plattsburgh, NY. In the summer they enjoyed family time with Pat’s five children and spouses at their camp on Lake Champlain. Pat says, “The nine grandchildren couldn’t be there, but I’m thankful they all have jobs they couldn’t leave. A September trip to the Rochester area to see a new great- grandson gave me a lot of smiles!” In Oc - tober the Maleys went to the Portland, OR, area and rented a beach house; Dick got to see his family of three with spouses, six of his eight grandchildren with some spouses, and three great-grands, one of whom was five months old. Says Pat, “We had a great time catching up, as Dick hadn’t been able to travel there the last couple years.” Pat looks forward to our 65th reunion. GRETCHEN EISNER RACHLIN 115 RAYMOND AVENUE SOUTH ORANGE, NJ 07079-2339 973-763-6167 FAX: 973-762-3468 GRETCHEN@GOODPILOT.COM


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