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09/22/08 04:49 PM #47    

Catherine Brown (Lewis)

Molly -- Oh, good! I must have heard a rumor or something about that bldg being torn down, and since I don't live there, I just assumed . . . The Way In!!!! Yes!!!

Linda - Hi! Flaming Pit -- that's gross . . . maybe it's a good thing it was so dark in there! Will you be at the reunion?

09/22/08 08:02 PM #48    

Dorothy Shaw (Jones)

cathy do you remember the name of the store on Olive that we used to go shopping at? It was like in the corner of a strip mall.

09/22/08 09:13 PM #49    

David Schwartz

Anybody remember Al Baker's at Clayton and Brentwood? I have it on good authority that some young boy threw up there! I think the space is now a gigantic Bed Bath and Beyond or something.

09/22/08 10:49 PM #50    

Nancy Lubowitz

I remember Al Baker's. I'm not sure that it is now a Bed, Bath and Beyond, but there's a ginormous "Linens and Things" behind it.

09/23/08 06:43 PM #51    

Dorothy Shaw (Jones)

Hey how about a shoe store over in that curve of Forsythe where you turn to go to the high school? You used to could get those goose eggs there?

09/26/08 08:44 AM #52    

Louis Stiffelman

What I remember most about Al Bakers is the fountain. Sometimes the water was blue, orange, and even green. Odd thing...sometimes there was a wall of foam that would roll out of the fountain and into the street. It was very strange the way that happened.

09/26/08 01:26 PM #53    

Linda Stein

Ah, probably no one will read this because you're all descending upon St. Louis as I write. Have a great reunion. Please post pictures! I hope the next reunion is as well organized as this one has been, as well attended, and that we'll all still be around! I'll be thinking of you this weekend.

09/26/08 02:27 PM #54    

Molly Berger Shaikewitz

Louis Stiffelman and friends + cheap powdered detergent = bubble bath in Al Baker's fountain. I'm just sayin'...

09/28/08 03:18 PM #55    

Amy Ivey (Varble)

A huge thank you to Ellen and Rick for putting together such a successful weekend for the Class of '78! I hope you both feel that all your hard work paid off!
It was great to see everyone and may we all be together again in 2018!!!

09/28/08 03:27 PM #56    

Joe Niehoff

Hysterical!! Louis - wasn't it called the "Olympic" drive-in?? But I never went there either . . . and I certainly never went to the Fine Arts Theatre on Olive. Speaking of hangouts, anyone remember the old (in the basement) version of Cyrano's on Clayton Road? Or the (awesome) Tree Trunk restaurant (on Clayton Rd. - strange name for some of the best Jewish Food around), or Jack and Charlie's deli on Central - the place with all the photos of old vaudeville stars on the wall. And speaking of the Varsity theatre and Rocky Horror, there were also 3-D Three Stooges Festivals at midnight showings - but it was always hard to see the screen because of the "smoky" theatre . . . ahem. I also seem, in addition to everyone else, to remember some throwing up at the Flaming Pit. Probably a cook who didn't wash his hands - like we ever would have even thought of that back in the 70's . . . The old Westroads shopping center had its moments, and remember that nasty Kroger grocery store there? And how 'bout those frightening (rotten, old and nasty) all-wood, creaking floors at Human Brothers hardware on Central? Lots of fond memories of old Clayton haunts . . . great seeing everyone Friday night in the Park.

09/28/08 07:50 PM #57    

Nancy Lubowitz

I would like to also add that I had a great time this weekend. It was so great to see everyone! We all look so good! Since there are so many of us still living in St. Louis, it would be great to stay in touch!

09/28/08 08:56 PM #58    

Louis Stiffelman

Hi All,
It was great to see everyone this weekend!!! After an event like this I always have a certain amount of regret that I was unable to visit with a few people or missed an opportunity to have a substantive conversation with an old friend. It never seems like there’s enough time before the reunion is over. Sorry there wasn’t more time, but it was still a fantastic weekend.

A CHS Salute......
Thank you to everyone who traveled to St. Louis for the reunion weekend. Your extra effort was greatly appreciated and made the weekend special. Thank you to all the locals that stepped away from their busy schedules to make attendance at the reunion a priority. A big thank you to everyone that planned, organized, and pulled off an outstanding event. Thanks to my classmates for the laughs, stories, fond memories, and hugs.

To the people who were unable to attend because of illness, family commitments, hurricane damage, late notice, or prior commitments, I hope we see you at the next gathering. When the website can accommodate pictures we will post them.
Cheers,
Louis

09/29/08 07:52 AM #59    

Frank Kellam

Awesome weekend, KUDOS to Ellen, Rick and everyone else for your efforts in making it all unfold. Too many special memories, moments and discussions to put in print but simply stated for a couple of days it seemed impossible that 30 years (40+ in some cases) have passed.

Thanks for the 2 special days everyone, my entire family (especially the kids) came away with a real life understanding of "words" they've always heard . . . the friends you make growing up are friends for life, no matter how often or where you see them! Keep in touch and can't wait to see the pix.

Frank

09/29/08 08:20 PM #60    

Michele Broddon (Lux)

What an amazing weekend! Many many thanks go out to Ellen, Susan and Rick. If I forgot anyone, I do apologize.
It was great seeing everyone,reconnecting, and sharing high school stories and secrets! Great fun had by all
Until the next time, take good care and keep in touch
xoxoxox
Michele Broddon-Lux

09/29/08 09:23 PM #61    

Dorothy Shaw (Jones)

This weekend was really worth the gas money! We drove back monday to closed gas stations in Tennessee and Georgia! The things in life that we take for granted! I loved the fall St Louis weather it was wonderful to be in Forest Park...and all the new sidewalk cafes (well to me) were perfect for the fall weather...the West End and along Delmar has sure changed a lot. And by the way who needs HWY 40 we seem to get along just fine without it.

11/20/08 03:50 PM #62    

Pam Moore (Moore)

Stopping in to wish everyone a great turkey day!

October through December is my favorite time of year. All the great holidays starting with Halloween right on through Thanksgiving to Chanukkah and Christmas.

My wish for you all is a peaceful and loving holiday season.

07/06/19 07:18 PM #63    

Brad Stiritz

Hi everyone, I put together a little photo album from our 40th Reunion. Almost the entire shoot was very badly underexposed (new camera, photographer error), so I had to pick and choose carefully what to try to revive. I hope you'll all enjoy them--

https://photos.app.goo.gl/SReDWZivUHUskrW7A


07/07/19 08:54 AM #64    

Nancy Mendelsohn-Horvath (675 Cheyenne Lane)

Thank you for doing this. Great pictures.


07/07/19 10:09 AM #65    

Phil Bernstein

Thanks for doing this, Brad. Sorry to hear about the rest of the roll, but you rescued some good ones!

 


07/07/19 11:20 AM #66    

Michael Taibleson

Marvelous-thanks so much for posting 


07/08/19 09:16 AM #67    

Judy Spasser (Spasser)

Thanks Brad. That was super. Enough good photos to bring back good memories. Mission Accomplished


07/08/19 10:12 AM #68    

Hilary Perkins

Great photos! Thanks for sharing Brad!


07/09/19 09:54 AM #69    

Ellen McDonald (McDonald)

Awww... look at all those shiny happy faces. What a lovely evening! Thank you Brad for taking and sharing them! 


07/09/19 10:00 AM #70    

Michael Taibleson

Although, I must say that I am at least somewhat horrified by how huge I was such a short time ago as evidenced by the pics

Here I am a much smaller and happier person:


07/10/19 03:57 PM #71    

Brad Stiritz

Thank you everyone for the kind words. I felt much empathy, seeing everyone there reuniting and reconnecting with old friends. I'm so glad to have been able to capture a few of those moments :)

Mike Taibleson (or Michael now?) -- thanks for your update, that's quite an accomplishment and very healthy choice. Way to achieve your goal!


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