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  1. 1 Marilyn Trewet Hardman
    February 2, 2009 at 7:28 pm

    My US Grant memories are being in the pep club. Weareing those grey pleated skirts and the Red Sweaters or red vests. I even had a jacket with my name on it. It was fun going to the football games (I dont remember if we won much or not) and selling programs before the games. Of course, playing Capital Hill was the big rival game.
    I remember the coolest care the guys drove were 55 or 57 chevys. They were such classics but realy cool.
    Sometimes I miss those days when we were young. Wish I knew then what I know now.

  2. 2 Marilyn Trewet Hardman
    February 27, 2009 at 11:56 pm

    Another thing I remember about high school was how every girl wanted everyone to know if I boy liked her by being given a drop necklace with his initials on it.

    When I moved to Texas, they didn’t know anything about drop necklaces. I guess it was just an Oklahoma thing.

    I never got a drop necklace, so I envied girls hat did.

  3. 3 Hayriye
    March 1, 2009 at 10:02 am

    Well, Marilyn, I just could not stop myself from responding to this message because I received a drop from a gentle boy but never wore it to make other girls envy me!

    In fact, I had no clue about what it meant when I received it, and when I did learn, I wanted to return it. Fortunately, my sister convinced me that it would be extremely rude to do so, that I would break his heart, that he must know that I could not go steady with him, that I was to leave soon, that he probably wanted to give it anyway. Indeed, I kept it –and kept it as a precious gift that always reminded me of him and his kindness. If he were to read this message now, I am sure he would be pleased to know that it was truly appreciated –of course, he had no idea that my initial intention was to return it.

    To add to your statement, I should say that some boys were lucky to have their girls wear the drops they gave them! Thank you my dear “drop-giver” for giving me the chance of experiencing this “Oklahoma thing” –as Marilyn puts it. I wouldn’t have been a real Oklahoman if I were to miss this chance. And thanks Marilyn for making me recall this event –I have so many good memories of my wonderful year at Grant, and I treasure them ever so heartily.

  4. 4 barbara wilder
    March 15, 2009 at 6:39 pm

    Sorry to let everyone know that we have lost another classmate. Kerri Rosebrook Weuste lost her battle with cancer March 12, 2009. Kerri’s service at Tues March l7,2009 at the First Christian Church 402 E. Noble Guthrie, OK, at 10:00am. Kerri is survived by her husband Karl Weuste and one son David. If you would like to send cards or anything their address is 2310 Karl St. Guthrie, OK 73044. Kerri was a real sweetheart and a great loss for all.

  5. 5 JO
    March 26, 2009 at 1:50 pm

    Regarding the “drops”, I was bad about always loosing the ones I was given. I think Dennis bought me 3.

    I have a story to tell that was really embarrassing at the time. I stayed home sick from school one day and had just taken a shower, I was home alone so I just walked down the hallway with only a towel on when the front door started opening. My bedroom was in the front by the door and I quickly ran in there, shut the door, and got in my closet. My brother, Roy, and his friends, Dave Chambers, Larry Rose and others entered the house, noticed there was steam on the bathroom mirror and started searching for who was there. They of course entered my room, I was in the closet frantically grabbing clothes off the rack and putting them on as fast as I could. Just as I pulled a sweater over my head my brother opened my closet doors. I have never been so embarrassed or mad. The colors of the sweater and skirt…orange and black…Ugh!

    Share your most embarrassing moments, see if you can top me!

  6. April 17, 2009 at 9:09 pm

    it has been 40 years now and i’m wondering if anyone would want to fill me in on who moved my red, convertible VW in front of the band door. i have to figure it is the same people that used to put it over the concrete space dividers in the parking lot.
    i remember the announcement over the intercom, “would the owner of the red/convertible VW come to the band door. it is blocking the exit which is a fire code violation.”
    that wasn’t so bad maybe a little embarrassing but trying to get my car over those dividers was NOT something easy. i could barely drive a stick shift anyway. now, i was supposed to figure how to get it over WHAT?
    come on someone. all is forgiven, love the memory.

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