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photo doesn't capture Friday-only attendees, nor Saturday attendees who missed the photo. It is believed that none was taken in '75 when the reunion was held at a Princeton restaurant.

(2010 memories appear unable to confirm that a reunion was even held in 1985.) Looks like some "seniors" have gotten re-energized.

Still living here & loving it , except for the dearth of restaurants. I just got appointed Mercer County Historian and am working feverishly on my genealogy and writing children's stories for my four grandchildren. I'm on the eighth year and the 4th draft of a novel.

One of these days, I plan on trying to get them published. It's entirely fiction but is set in Princeton (for half of the book) and is centered around a PHS class reunion as a way to involve some characters who might or might not have ever graced our fair hometown. This appeared in The Princeton Times last month, so I don't feel like I am breaking any confidences putting it on here, as I believe our classmates would like to know about Gene's condition.

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Again, please refrain from posting explicit content publicly.Hey all you bloggers, joggers, cloggers & pettifoggers.Here's an unofficial count of past reunion attendance by PHS60 classmates, based on an actual head count from the reunion photos: 1970 - 68 1980 - 67 1990 - 1995 - 58 2000 - 59 2005 - 55 2010 (est.) - 73+ Of course, the Sat.I am renovating an old schoolhouse out on Dan Hale Reservoir Road that my Granddaddy Smith built and was the first principal of. I can't wait to catch up with everyone this summer, but I don't know what kind of a reunion we will have withour Sonny's music. In fact, I'm hoping to be able to announce the status and (hopefully) pending availability at our upcoming class reunion. Of course I can self-publish it, but am hoping to find a publisher for it. La Verne Fields "Being married to a best friend is a living love story" After 19 years of marriage, it goes without saying that Gene and I have discovered some differences.There are the obvious ones, like the fact that I am 5-foot-3, and he is 6-foot-3, and then the fact that he loves noise (like having the TV and the radio on), while I enjoy the serenity of a perfectly quiet house with my first cup of coffee in the morning.I guess the most obvious difference between us would be our age: I am 40, while Gene is just a few months away from turning 68.