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2 live in Alabama
3 live in Alaska
4 live in Arizona
4 live in Arkansas
3 live in California
4 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
3 live in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Idaho
1 lives in Kansas
2 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
2 live in Mississippi
3 live in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
3 live in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Oregon
2 live in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
270 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
2 live in Virginia
2 live in Washington
1 lives in Australia
205 location unknown
79 are deceased

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


JOINED '69 EXPORTERS


Percentage of Joined '69 Exporters: 54.5%


A:   292   Joined
B:   244   Not Joined

UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Tony Barnard  4/25
•   Caye Faltisek (Samway)  4/25
•   Dianne Whitley (Mangrum)  4/26
•   Patricia Maddox (Gabler)  4/27
•   Steve Landers  5/3
•   Sandra Lea  5/4
•   Ray Beets  5/10
•   Sandra English (Byers)  5/11
•   Harold Johnstone  5/12
•   Suzette Gustine (Moore)  5/14
•   Jerri Mills  5/14
•   Greg Hackney  5/16
•   Deason Hunt  5/16
•   Barbara Ludeman (Frazier)  5/16
•   Gary Nowak  5/16
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•   Margaret Willis (Boles)  4/24
•   Keith Chatham  4/19
•   Deborah Smith (Shahmoradi)  4/5
•   Terry Minnick  3/15
•   Carrol Reneau (Jeffers)  3/14
•   Pam Klepper (Bratton)  2/8
•   Kathy Rieck (Tatum)  2/6
•   John Shadwell  1/25
•   Sam Sutherland  1/1
•   Alice Day (Smith)  12/31
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We've been on Medicare for a year now, how ya feelin'?  Hope you can read the following and feel wise!   Remember this potpouri of 1969?

  • Measles vaccine is made available 
  • Bowie Kukn becomes baseball commissioner 
  • Jonny Unitas is named Player of the Decade 
  • Unisex look comes into fashion 
  • New Words; headhunter, hunk, command module, downers, uppers  
  • During Chicago 8 trial, Booby Seale is bound and gagged by judge for disruption 
  • John Lenon and Yoko Ono marry 

News Headlines  

  • Sirahan Sirahan Convicted Of the Assassination Of Robert Kennedy 
  • Ted Kennedy Admits To Part In Chappaquiddick Death Of Mary Jo Kopechne 
  • Neil Armstrong First Man To Walk On The Moon 
  • Fred Hampton Black Panther Leader Killed In Chicago Police Raid 
  • Lt. William Calley To Be Tried For MY Lai Massacre 
  • Charles Manson Cult Charged With Murder Of Sharon Tate and 3 others 
  • 400,000 Attend Woodstock Music Festival in Bethel NY 

 In The News  

  • Giant oil slick contaminates Santa Barbara coast 
  • James Earl Ray sentenced to 99 years for killing Marten Luther King 
  • Supreme Court Justice Warren Burger appointed by Nixon 
  • First Draft Lottery is held 
  •  Dwight D. Eisenhower dies 
  •  Horror film actor Boris Karloff Dies 
  •  First commercial 747 airplane goes into service 
  • Concord makes first Trans-US flight Seattle to New York 

 

The Mindset List for the Class of 2016 -  For this generation of entering college students, born in 1994, Kurt Cobain, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Richard Nixon and John Wayne Gacy have always been dead.

  1. They should keep their eyes open for Justin Bieber or Dakota Fanning at freshman orientation.
  2. They have always lived in cyberspace, addicted to a new generation of “electronic narcotics.”
  3. The Biblical sources of terms such as “Forbidden Fruit,” “The writing on the wall,” “Good Samaritan,” and “The Promised Land” are unknown to most of them.
  4. Michael Jackson’s family, not the Kennedys, constitutes “American Royalty.”
  5. If they miss The Daily Show, they can always get their news on YouTube. 
  6. Their lives have been measured in the fundamental particles of life: bits, bytes, and bauds.
  7. Robert De Niro is thought of as Greg Focker's long-suffering father-in-law, not as Vito Corleone or Jimmy Conway.
  8. Bill Clinton is a senior statesman of whose presidency they have little knowledge.
  9. They have never seen an airplane “ticket.”
  10. On TV and in films, the ditzy dumb blonde female generally has been replaced by a couple of Dumb and Dumber males.
  11. The paradox "too big to fail" has been, for their generation, what "we had to destroy the village in order to save it" was for their grandparents'.
  12. For most of their lives, maintaining relations between the U.S. and the rest of the world has been a woman’s job in the State Department.
  13. They can’t picture people actually carrying luggage through airports rather than rolling it.
  14. There has always been football in Jacksonville but never in Los Angeles.
  15. While still fans of music on radio, they often listen to it on their laptops or replace it with music downloaded onto their MP3s and iPods.
  16. Since they've been born, the United States has measured progress by a 2 percent jump in unemployment and a 16 cent rise in the price of a first class postage stamp.
  17. Benjamin Braddock, having given up both a career in plastics and a relationship with Mrs. Robinson, could be their grandfather.
  18. Their folks have never gazed with pride on a new set of bound encyclopedias on the bookshelf.
  19. The Green Bay Packers have always celebrated with the Lambeau Leap.
  20. Exposed bra straps have always been a fashion statement, not a wardrobe malfunction to be corrected quietly by well-meaning friends.
  21. A significant percentage of them will enter college already displaying some hearing loss.
  22. The Real World has always stopped being polite and started getting real on MTV.
  23. Women have always piloted war planes and space shuttles.
  24. White House security has never felt it necessary to wear rubber gloves when gay groups have visited.
  25. They have lived in an era of instant stardom and self-proclaimed celebrities, famous for being famous.
  26. Having made the acquaintance of Furby at an early age, they have expected their toy friends to do ever more unpredictable things.
  27. Outdated icons with images of floppy discs for “save,” a telephone for “phone,” and a snail mail envelope for “mail” have oddly decorated their tablets and smart phone screens.
  28. Star Wars has always been just a film, not a defense strategy.
  29. They have had to incessantly remind their parents not to refer to their CDs and DVDs as “tapes.”
  30. There have always been blue M&Ms, but no tan ones.’
  31. Along with online viewbooks, parents have always been able to check the crime stats for the colleges their kids have selected.
  32. Newt Gingrich has always been a key figure in politics, trying to change the way America thinks about everything.
  33. They have come to political consciousness during a time of increasing doubts about America’s future.
  34. Billy Graham is as familiar to them as Otto Graham was to their parents.
  35. Probably the most tribal generation in history, they despise being separated from contact with their similar-aged friends. 
  36. Stephen Breyer has always been an Associate Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.
  37. Martin Lawrence has always been banned from hosting Saturday Night Live.
  38. Slavery has always been unconstitutional in Mississippi, and Southern Baptists have always been apologizing for supporting it in the first place.
  39. The Metropolitan Opera House in New York has always translated operas on seatback screens.
  40. A bit of the late Gene Roddenberry, creator of Star Trek, has always existed in space.
  41. Good music programmers are rock stars to the women of this generation, just as guitar players were for their mothers.
  42. Gene therapy has always been an available treatment.
  43. They were too young to enjoy the 1994 World Series, but then no one else got to enjoy it either.
  44. The folks have always been able to grab an Aleve when the kids started giving them a migraine.
  45. While the iconic TV series for their older siblings was the sci-fi show Lost, for them it’s Breaking Bad, a gritty crime story motivated by desperate economic circumstances.
  46. Simba has always had trouble waiting to be King.
  47. Before they purchase an assigned textbook, they will investigate whether it is available for rent or purchase as an e-book.
  48. They grew up, somehow, without the benefits of Romper Room.
  49. There has always been a World Trade Organization.
  50. L.L. Bean hunting shoes have always been known as just plain Bean Boots.
  51. They have always been able to see Starz on Direct TV.
  52. Ice skating competitions have always been jumping matches.
  53. There has always been a Santa Clause.
  54. NBC has never shown A Wonderful Life more than twice during the holidays.
  55. Mr. Burns has replaced J.R.Ewing as the most shot-at man on American television.
  56. They have always enjoyed school and summer camp memories with a digital yearbook.
  57. Herr Schindler has always had a List; Mr. Spielberg has always had an Oscar.
  58. Selena's fans have always been in mourning.
  59. They know many established film stars by their voices on computer-animated blockbusters.
  60. History has always had its own channel.
  61. Thousands have always been gathering for “million-man” demonstrations in Washington, D.C.
  62. Television and film dramas have always risked being pulled because the story line was too close to the headlines from which they were ”ripped.”
  63. TheTwilight Zone involves vampires, not Rod Serling.
  64. Robert Osborne has always been introducing Hollywood history on TCM.
  65. Little Caesar has always been proclaiming “Pizza Pizza.”
  66. They have no recollection of when Arianna Huffington was a conservative.
  67. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome has always been officially recognized with clinical guidelines.
  68. They watch television everywhere but on a television.
  69. Pulp Fiction’s meal of a "Royale with Cheese" and an “Amos and Andy milkshake” has little or no resonance with them.
  70. Point-and-shoot cameras are soooooo last millennium.
  71. Despite being preferred urban gathering places, two-thirds of the independent bookstores in the United States have closed for good during their lifetimes.
  72. Astronauts have always spent well over a year in a single space flight.
  73. Lou Gehrig's record for most consecutive baseball games played has never stood in their lifetimes.
  74. Genomes of living things have always been sequenced.
  75. The Sistine Chapel ceiling has always been brighter and cleaner.

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