REUNION CENTRAL

NEW MEMBER REGISTRATION

LANE IN SONG

It's been a few months since "I'm Yours" echoed from our official classes with the arrival of that wished-for senior button. We were almost "Sitting On Top of the World" those first few days. Our teachers warned, "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes" because regents weren't so "Far Away."
     Who will ever forget those dreadful mornings strolling into classes without our H.W.~ And that sudden "Slaughter On Tenth Avenue" which burst forth! Teacher was then questioning, "Tell Me Why~" very soon to be followed by our plea of "Why Don't You Believe Me?"
     Then came the time when we were cutting classes on Senior Day, but "That's the Chance You Take." We snapped all those crowded pictures, always trying to "Cuddle Up a Little Closer."
     The Prom arrived soon, and the "Band Played On" 'till all hours of the morning, and then we just had to walk home "On the Sunny Side of the Street." It was all over with that very last "Goodnight Sweetheart."
     The night before regents came, and I was studying my history review book muttering "I Can't Get Started With You," followed by a phone call nervously imploring a friend to "Come On a My House" answered by "Don't Cry, Joe." Everyone took those stay awake pills until "It Was Three O'clock in the Morning" and then finally went to bed with "The Blues in the Night." The next morning we slowly walked up to our history classes humming "This Is The Beginning of the End."
     Finally we were marching down the aisle "Side By Side" on graduation day and our parents were thinking oh, "Happy Day." After we received our diplomas, our school seemed to be saying a final "So Long." We hesitated a few minutes and let the cool breeze brush against us, took one last look at the old building and slowly turned around, each one of us walking off "Somewhere in the Night."

Jeanette Poulos

LANE'S MUSICAL CORNER

 

Karen Grimmell, Maureen Lewis, Ray Ausrotas

JUNE 1953

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