LSHS Class of 1957
Vol IX # 11 Nov 2011
Ed Heinlein, E IC Emeritus

We, members of the Class of ’57, truly do have a lot to be thankful for. We grew up in a time when “truth, justice and the American way” wasn’t a contradictory statement; we have seen the before and after of many inventions that are taken for granted by the kids of today. Our parents and teachers taught us to be hard workers, truthful, honest and considerate of others. We not only learned history, we lived it. And I know you all join me in being thankful for having Ed Heinlein as a leader of our Class and for his determination shown in getting us all back together at this stage of our lives. When we have our Class reunions, they are more like Family reunions … a group of brothers and sisters, seeing each other as who we were then, not as what we are today. We were given a good start by our parents and teachers, and should all be thankful for being a graduate of LSHS .. “the one, the only, the original !”

Photo of the Month
Lee’s Summit High School 1957

This seems an appropriate time and place to insert this little tidbit of information that I received from both Tom Butts (’60) and Gary Gunter (’57) ON THE SAME DAY; later from several others. Seems it’s traveling across the country very quickly. Check it out! Go to http://www.usgwarchives.org/special/ppcs/about.html and browse around thru things like this . . . here’s what I found in the “Penny Postcards” . . .

New High School Building Lee’s Summit [1909]

Mo Pac Station, Greenwood

As you can see, the photography back in 1909 wasn’t quite the quality of today, but think you can make out these familiar settings. When you go to this site, you have the opportunity to click on any state; then any county within that state. Lots of familiar stuff here. I could (actually, I DID) spend all afternoon cruising the USA with them! Here’s a little explanation of Penny Postcards from the “home page” of the website . ..

About the Penny Postcard Archives
Why "Penny Postcards"?
These postcards cost 1¢ to mail. Postage was temporarily raised to 2¢ from 1917 to 1919 to cover the cost of World War I & from 1925 to 1928 (not sure the reason for the latter).

Are They For Sale?
All of the cards shown on this site are in the hands of private collectors. They are shown for your enjoyment. None are for sale. You can find many old postcards available for sale elsewhere on the Internet.

From the “R-7 NEWS UPDATE” October 20, 2011 . . .
R-7 FEATURED ON NATIONAL TELEVISION FOR GREEN TECHNOLOGIES The R-7 School District's emphasis on green technologies was featured on a recent edition of "MotorWeek," a national television show focusing on automotive issues. The show, which was broadcast during fall 2011 on PBS, features the district's four electricpowered distribution trucks in the show's "Clean Cities Success Stories" series. Lee's Summit R-7 was the first public school district in the United States to operate an all-electric medium-duty truck fleet for primary distribution routes and has received national attention for this initiative. The electric fleet effort is part of a continuing R-7 School District emphasis on cost containment as well as environmentally friendly initiatives. Other examples of this effort include district-wide recycling and an energyconservation program. To read an expanded article on this topic, visit http://www.leesummit.k12.mo.us/news/stories/r-7-featured-on-motorweek-nationaltelevision-show-for-efforts-in-green-technologies.html. To view a video of the "MotorWeek" segment about the R-7 School District, visit http://pds.leesummit.k12.mo.us/. NOMINATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR LSHS HALL OF FAME Do you know a Lee’s Summit High School alumnus who deserves induction into the LSHS Hall of Fame? The Hall of Fame Committee is accepting nominations for this special honor. To have your nomination accepted for consideration for the spring 2012 induction ceremony, please send it to Lee’s Summit High School by Nov. 14. Nomination forms are available in the main office of Lee’s Summit High School and on the Hall of Fame Web Page at http://lshs.leesummit.k12.mo.us/hoflshs/index.html. Completed nominations should be returned to Chad Hertzog, LSHS assistant principal LSHS, 400 SE Blue Parkway, Lee’s Summit, Mo., 64063. Nominations may also be emailed to Chad.Hertzog@leesummit.k12.mo.us. ABOUT R-7 NEWS UPDATE R-7 News Update is the school district's electronic newsletter. If you received this newsletter as a forwarded e-mail and would like to become a subscriber, please send a request to janice.phelan@leesummit.k12.mo.us.

From Sharon’s Kitchen . . .
After the main event, then sandwiches, put all those remaining turkey pieces in this casserole and no one will be thinking “leftovers”. Keep a jar of the spiced tea mix for those pleasant “time out” times and mix up the pecans for a special holiday nibble. For a thoughtful gift idea, put the tea or pecans in a decorative jar and include a tag with the recipe. HAPPY THANKSGIVING, EVERYONE! Sharon TURKEY CHOW MEIN CASSEROLE 1 3oz can Chow Mein noodles 1 tsp. soy sauce 1 tsp. garlic powder 1 tsp. melted butter Pepper 1 ½ cups cooked turkey chunks 1 cup celery, chopped ¼ cup chopped onion, slightly cooked 1 can cream of mushroom soup ¼ cup water Big handful salted cashews

Toss together: noodles, soy sauce, garlic powder, butter and pepper. Set aside Combine remaining ingredients and turn into a shallow buttered casserole dish. Top with noodle mixture and bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes. SPICED TEA 1 cup Tang 1 cup instant tea 1 cup lemonade mix ¾ cup or less (to taste) sugar 1 tsp. ground cloves

Mix all together and store in a canister. Add 1 to 1-1/2 tablespoons to a cup of near boiling water. Stir and let sit for a minute until well dissolved. FROSTED PECANS 3 ½ cups pecan halves (1 lb. pkg.) ½ cup butter 1 cup sugar
2 stiffly beaten egg whites

Pinch of salt

Toast pecans in 300 degree oven until light brown and crisp. Fold sugar and salt into beaten egg whites. Fold toasted nuts into this meringue. Melt butter on a large sheet pan (9x14x2). Spread nut mixture over butter and bake slowly at 325 degrees for 30 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes until nuts are coated with brown covering and no butter remains in pan. Use a wide spatula for turning the nuts. Keep in an air tight container.


update from our “fearless leader” . . . Ed Heinlein

I had a phone call from Ed asking me to please send you all his “hello” and wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving. They’ve had a pretty tough month … he’s had ups and downs in his health situation, waiting for another surgery to be scheduled; Vivian is scheduled for her surgery in December. Hopefully, everything will be taken care of and Ed will write us a full report to be included in the Dec. NL. Until then, knee time everyone!

Film crew downtown Lee's Summit LS Tribune Nov. 12, 2011
November 9th and 10th Downtown Lee’s Summit became a production stage for a Missouri Lottery television commercial. Police chases, cars jumping railroad tracks , all part of the days work. During the chase scene, a stuntman tore off down the street with ‘fake’ police cars in hot pursuit. While the police cars may not have been real, the police officers driving them were Lee’s Summits finest. ..all in a day’s work. Tribune Photo | Fred Poese

And from the mailbox . . .
I received the following letter from Paula (Irwin) Rhodes . . . Dear Marilyn, Sharon’s Cabbage-Sausage Dinner reminded me of the neighborhood Cream Can Dinners, hog roasts & “sin” dinners we had where I lived in Kansas. We all led such busy lives that every once in a while we just liked to take the time to get together and slow down. We packed the cream can with potatoes, carrots, cabbage and port sausage, salt & pepper, and a little water to keep it from sticking. (It makes its own juice as it cooks.) The pork sausage was stuffed in a casing and we just coiled it on top and then topped it with a carrot. When the carrot was done, so was the dinner. We cooked the dinner on a hot plate with the lid on (not tight) for about 8 – 10 hours. Usually everyone brought a salad, bread or dessert to complete the meal. We always had a good time relaxing and visiting with our neighbors. Thought I’d share this memory with you. Paula (Irwin) Rhodes Thanks, Paula, for sharing this memory with us. Sounds much like the little Kansas town where we lived! And I’m glad you enjoy the submissions “from Sharon’s kitchen.” Larry Beary shares a website with us . . . Want to know what’s happening… anywhere? Whoever came up with this is a genius. Just put your mouse on a city anywhere in the world and the newspaper headlines pop up. Double click and the page gets larger. You can read the entire paper on some if you click on the right place. You can spend forever here. http://www.newseum.org/todaysfrontpages/flash/ 5

And here’s another from Ted Atkins . . .
This will keep you entertained for years!! http://www.oldiestelevision.com/ Here is a web site like
no other. If you are over 50 - you will love this. You can scroll down the list and click and watch anything. TV shows (we sure had some good ones), songs (you'll be singing along) - oh my - what a collection. Just love this. I think you will too. Talk about a trip......whew!

After I sent the “L.S. Ghosts” story out to all of you, I received the following from Jack Place . . .
Hi Marilyn - I have my own Lee's Summit ghost story. When we were kids in the old neighborhood, a woman moved into an old house in the area. She told us that she thought it was haunted. She had seen a ghostly apparition walking down the stairs moaning softly. She said she had seen it several times. We told her that there was a small tombstone in an alley not too far from her house with the name Sarah on it. She said the next time she saw the ghost, she asked her if she was Sarah. She told us the ghost got very agitated, so she was sure that this was the ghost of Sarah. We never told her that marker for Sarah was actually on the grave of a family dog. Imagination and ornery kids are a wonderful thing. Jack Place A note from Barb Lewallen . . . Hi Marilyn, To let everyone know, Garry and the Colorado Gals will be appearing at Cinzetti's in Northglenn CO on Thursday the 17th of November at 11 A.M. All are invited. Hope to see you there. Barb Lewallen Have fun guys … wish I could join you! Take lots of pictures for me.

And from Carol Ann (Downing ’58) & Cecil Robbins . . .
Marilyn, please tell everyone “ Hi and Happy Thanksgiving!” We had a wonderful reunion October 22nd thru October 24th with Joe Downing (’54) , Janny (Downing ’64) & John Sherman, Marilyn (Downing ’55) & Jim Necessary (’54) being able to come in to see Cecil and I. We had a lot of laughs, lots of picture taking and new memories made. It was the first time we have all been together in about 10 years and it was so good to have everybody here for a happy occasion.. Janny set it all up for Joe to fly in from Chicago and she and John flew in from Colorado to KCI, met Joe and they all drove in to Lee's Summit together. Marilyn & Jim drove up from Rogers, AR. They all left Monday morning. Joe said it was like a dream that he was back in Lee's Summit after all this time and please don't pinch him, as he doesn't want to wake up from his dream. Please thank everyone for the cards and phone calls. We are enjoying each day and looking forward to Thanksgiving , having all of our kids here and having the good ole turkey and the works. With hugs, Carol & Cecil


Joyce (Johnson) Bailey has shared some photos with us celebrating her mother’s 95th birthday. Her family had a party for her … as you see below, a good sized group.

“Happy Birthday to you, . . . “

Joyce & her Mom, Bertha May

Tom, Dean (LSHS 1954), Edward (LSHS 1956), Rick, and Bill Johnson (LSHS 1955), Evelyn Johnson Holder, Bonnie Johnson Koger (Fort Osage 1962), Joyce Johnson Bailey(LSHS 1957),Bertha May Johnson

I received a nice letter from Pat (Callahan) Graham last week, along with some family photos . . . Jack & Pat with son, Jocko; his wife, Jana; and daughters Annmarie & Katie “Andrew the Great”

Dear Marilyn, Thanks for the birthday call – I love unexpected surprises. On Monday evening I went with our grandchildren ‘trick-or-treating’ and got a cold for my effort. Two persons along the way sneezed in my face. We did have a grand old time in the rain. My golf umbrella kept most of the rain off, but the cold wind (38 deg) was not my favorite thing. The girls were 50’s teens with poodle skirts and Andy was a magician (with a Harry Potter wand that lights up!) The pictures I am enclosing are the Halloween ones and a family photo from the 4th of July. Our 45th anniversary will be on the 23rd, the day before Thanksgiving (same as the year we were married). My how time flies! Jack is failing fast (Alzheimer’s), but the children are keeping me sane. Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas early (so I don’t forget!) Love, Pat

Benita (Rogers) Margolis has been working on her bucket list . . . I saw this picture on her Facebook page and HAD to write and find out what it was all about!
All aboard. . . Started the day with a Helicopter Tour of Seattle.

Hi Marilyn, I bought a half off coupon for a helicopter ride as it was one thing on my " bucket list" and because it was close to my birthday my daughter, son-in-law and I took a ride and then went to see the Blue Man Group on in Seattle. Had the greatest time. Benita

What a wonderful way to celebrate a birthday. (Although anything up in the air or on water is not on MY bucket list … I like my feet on solid ground! mw)

An update from Pat (Damsgard) Hoglund in Cibolo, TX . . .
Well, the continuing saga of life in Texas............we've got this 'person' digging holes in our yard and living under our workshop. Last time it was a skunk. Ugh. Got a live trap and captured many such critters and last week we got another one. It was a very ticked off gray cat! Set him free and we'll probably never see him again. Poor baby. Reset the trap and captured the cutest raccoon. Loren took him up the road by the creek and set him free. He took off like a crazy person. I used to pretend I was Snow White. All the animals loved me. I still feel that way. I just take great pleasure in killing snakes, spiders and scorpions. Everything else is a treasure. The weather here right now is absolutely perfect. Today it's 52 at noon which is a little nippy after the 100's all year to now. Drought is still hanging on and lots of trees etc. have bit the dust. Along with people having to sell off their livestock and also all the fires that have been raging. Really a sad business. Crops are gone. We pray for rain! We're down from 11 animals of all sorts to just two now. A Manchester who is 9 and the world's most beautiful cat who is 23. Everyone came from the road or just wandered in. We don't plan on replenishing the crew as we're not in any shape (nor age) to bring more onto the earth to leave to others to take care of. Thankfully we haven't seen any on the roads lately either. Hope all is well with you guys and gals. Loren's working at Wal-Mart in the shoe department to keep from going crazy at home. I always have a 'to-do list' for him as I don't get around too well anymore. Hopefully his health will keep being good for both of us! I do love to cook so we're both chubby but healthy. Hang tough gang! Luv, Pat Damsgard Hoglund


Ted Atkins shares with us what he describes as “AN AWESOME EXPERIENCE” . . .
Most of you know that my wife, Karen, is a pharmaceutical rep and calls on doctors and hospitals throughout the region. When I feel a case of cabin-fever coming on I frequently ride with her on some of her longer jaunts. It breaks up the boredom of hanging around home every day. Yesterday, Friday the 4th, I rode with her on her longest monthly trip...north and east to Blairsville, Johnstown and Somerset, PA. This day-long circuit runs 170 miles but we take our time and always stop for a nice luncheon. It's a great opportunity to just chat and plan. Karen tells friends she's surprised we're not divorced what with all my backseat driving but that's a tale for another day. Yesterday, on PA219 between Johnstown and Somerset also known as the Flight 93 Memorial Highway and running ahead of schedule we decided to visit the memorial. I'm sure you all are aware of the illfated flight 93 enroute from Newark to San Francisco on the morning of September 11, 2001. There were 43 passengers and crew on board when the plane was hijacked by Islamic terrorists and forced to turn around over Cleveland and head back toward Washington, DC. It is speculated that their goal was to crash the plane into the White House or the capitol building. 30 minutes later, having passed directly over Pittsburgh and just 20 minutes from DC, the passengers, with 7 or 8 key players led by Todd Beamer, engaged their captors and attempted to regain control of the plane. All the while other passengers were on their cell phones contacting loved ones and discovering the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. I was in downtown Pittsburgh at that moment and the entire downtown area was ordered to evacuate the city. There was a fear that terrorists might attempt to crash into Pittsburgh's tallest structure, the 64-story U.S. Steel building. Additional buses were brought in and free transportation was provided outbound. Each bus was so crowded that it looked like a bus in a 3rd-world country but without the chicken coops on top. Folks were hanging out the windows. That was quite a sight in itself. Over 50,000 people departed the city in less than an hour. 45 miles east of Pittsburgh near the small town of Shanksville and in a rural farm area, the passenger's struggles with the hijackers proved futile. Following Todd Beamer's command to "...let's roll" they charged forward to the cockpit but were unable to subdue the terrorists before their lives all ended. Travelling upside-down at a speed of 563 miles an hour the plane nose-dived into a field and disintegrated, literally. No bodies were ever recovered and no parts of the plane were large enough to provide any further details. The badly damaged black box was recovered, however, as well as the cockpit voice recorder. One of the terrorists is heard to say moments before the crash "...let's bring her down." The memorial site is about 10 miles east of Route 219 and it was immediately apparent that the road to the crash site had been widened and was in top shape. We learned later that over 250,000 persons visited the site last year and even on a day like yesterday, cold and windy, and at any given time you can find 30 or 40 very solemn visitors. Having seen TV pictures of the site we expected to find only a tall, chain link fence adorned with pictures, flowers and flags overlooking the spot of the disaster. We knew that millions had already been spent on acquiring thousands of acres around the site and that parking, a visitor's center and a marble wall engraved with each casualty's name had already been constructed but that the main (and somewhat controversial) monument would not be completed for 2-3 more years. Just a fence and flowers? Not so much. We were totally unprepared for what we came upon. You park in a newly built expansive parking area for cars and tour buses and follow sculptured and manicured grounds to a granite and marble area with a 4-stage pictorial explanation of what transpired there on 9/11. Most impressive with maps, a narrative and photos of all those on board flight 93. You then walk along a granite and marble walkway nearly a half mile to 3 large marble walls that are engraved with the names of each that died that day. Along the way you can look to your left about 50 yards and see a boulder about the size of a car that marks the


exact point of impact. There are flags around it. We were told this is where the final monument will be constructed. Close to the walls there is a stage area and permanent seating for a hundred or so. We were fortunate to find a park ranger who began to describe the events of 9/11 and drew a crowd. He lives only a mile away and told of the huge black plume of smoke that rose hundreds of feet, of the emergency response teams and of what he witnesses at the site to this day. He explained that the marble walls the names are engraved on are aligned with the exact flight path that the plane covered in its final seconds. One can only imagine the utter terror experienced by passengers and crew at that moment. Believe me when I say that visiting the Flight 93 Memorial is a VERY emotional experience. Karen and I both felt the hand of God as we spent our time there. With a lump in my throat the ranger told me that not a day goes by that grown men don't lose it and some sob at length. I knew that feeling. If you ever have the opportunity to visit there I heartily encourage you to do so. Free to all, it is a MOST memorable experience. And let us NEVER FORGET. Karen and I returned to our car, drove away and didn't speak to each other for nearly half an hour.

Soon after I received this from Ted, I was copied on a “reply all” from one of his friends . . . By the way, on this same day that you sent me your story, a lifelong friend sent me his. He wrote . . . . .
"I started saving New Yorker covers in the late ‘70s but I wasn’t very consistent and I finally stopped in the early ‘90s. Yesterday, while I was looking through the pile of covers that I haven’t discarded yet, I came across the July 26, 1993 cover. When I saw this cover, I almost choked on the peanut butter sandwich I was eating.

Not only was the cartoon kid “attacking” the World Trade Center, but he was wearing an Arab headdress and, don’t forget, this was on the cover of New Yorker magazine! I wonder what the cartoonist thinks about that drawing today.”

Wonder if anyone has ever questioned the cartoonist about this cover? Wow!

Some of the girls from the Class of ’59 had a fun time recently; Paula (Young) Morris reports . . .
Hi, Marilyn, You asked me to send a note about our girlfriend trip to visit Jiffy (Spurck) Alford at her home in Maine. The 'girls' of '59--Kathy (Winstead) Knoche, Marilyn (Barker) Graves, Carolyn (Bright) Lambert, Paula (Young) Morris--joined Jiffy in mid-October to experience a wonderful time together! The pictures I've included are of our "lobster shore dinner" hosted by another LSHS alum, JD Zeigler ('55)! JD has a summer cottage on a beautiful Maine lake. He was a wonderful host--and a great 'chef' . . . ! It rained much of the time we were there, but it certainly didn't dampen our pleasure of witnessing the gorgeous foliage, the sight-seeing trips that Jiffy provided, the delicious meal around her table with her son and his family, and the many hours of fun conversation in front of the big cozy fireplace. This was our tenth year to meet somewhere in the country! This year was extra-special since it is the new decade for all of us! Good, good times! Happy Thanksgiving! Paula






JD Zeigler


I don’t make a habit of inserting advertisements in our newsletter, but I would like to give a * * * * * (Five Star) recommendation to STATE AUTO INSURANCE . They haven’t cancelled us yet! Last month I included a picture of our Toyota after I had a wreck on our way to a football game. That happened on 10/1/11. Today, I’m sending you a picture of our Chevy van after Carl hit a deer on 11/10/11. One thing I can say for Carl . . . when he goes deer hunting, he really comes home with something to show for it. (Teddy Atkins said I should tell Carl that bullets are cheaper!) Carl told one friend that he bagged a deer with his 06; the friend asked “Remington?” And Carl’s reply … “no, Chevrolet.” This was a 2006 Chevy van:)

This one will not be repaired … it’s a ‘total’ … but Carl’s going back to our old van that this one had replaced. It has a lot more miles on it, but he had it well protected from deer after buying this one back from the insurance company as salvage from his first car/deer accident. After he added what we call our “deer-dozer,” aka our “Bambi-basher,” he hit 3 deer without as much as a dent to the car. We posted a deer head decal along the driver’s side of the car for each hit, as they used to do in WWII on airplanes when they downed an enemy plane.

When you drive much in Southeast Kansas in the fall, you’ve GOT to be prepared!!!


Doo Wop Quiz (Part 2)
(answers on next page. DON’T PEEK!!) 11. In 1957, he left the music business to become a preacher: (a) Little Richard (b) Frankie Lymon (c) Tony Orlando 12. Paul Anka's 'Puppy Love' is written to what star? (a) Brenda Lee (b) Connie Francis (c) Annette Funicello 13. The Everly Brothers are ... (a) Pete and Dick (b) Don and Phil (c) Bob and Bill 14. The Big Bopper's real name was: (a) Jiles P. Richardson (b) Roy Harold Scherer Jr. (c) Marion Michael Morrison 15. In 1959, Berry Gordy, Jr., started a small record company called... (a) Decca (b) Cameo (c) Motown 16. Edd Brynes had a hit with 'Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb'. What TV show was he on? (a) 77 Sunset Strip (b) Hawaiian Eye (c) Surfside Six 17. In 1960 Bobby Darin married: (a) Carol Lynley (b) Sandra Dee (c) Natalie Wood 18. They were a one hit wonder with 'Book Of Love': (a) The Penguins (b) The Monotones (c) The Moonglows 19. The Everly Brothers sang a song called 'Till I _____ You.' (a) Loved (b) Kissed (c) Met 20. Chuck Berry sang 'Oh, _______, why can't you be true?' (a) Suzie Q (b) Peggy Sue (c) Maybelline


DOO WOP Answers: 11. (a) Little Richard 12. (c) Annette Funicello 13. (b) Don and Phil 14. (a) Jiles P. Richardson 15. (c) Motown 16. (a) 77 Sunset Strip 17. (b) Sandra Dee 18. (b) The Monotones 19. (b) Kissed 20. (c) Maybelline

This comes a few days late, but I want to thank all the Veterans that are reading this and hope you had the Veterans’ Day (a GREAT one!) that you deserve. This is for you . . .

And . . . .

The next issue of Hi-Life II will come in mid-December. If you would like to send your Christmas/New Year greetings to your classmates, please have them to me before 12/15. The NL is usually ready to go out by the 15th of the month and I need time to make space for all messages. We all really do appreciate hearing from you and I definitely don’t want to miss anyone that wants to participate! Thanks for helping me make this a NL the Class can be proud of.


Classmates birthdays coming in Dec . . .
Dec. 2 – Judy (Barrett) Damgaard Dec. 3 – Pat (Nesbit) Stevens Dec. 7 – Jim Doran (deceased) Dec. 10 – Janice (Holmes) Mansfield Ed Heinlein Dec. 19 – Roy Drake Dec. 21 – Mary Lee (Pinnell) Hatfield (deceased) Tom Bickham Dec. 24 – Karen Winterowd Dec. 27 – Joyce (Slagle) Hitchcock Don Rittman Dec. 30 – Betty Smith (deceased) Dec. 31 – Paula (Irwin) Rhodes

Submit your news to . . .
Marilyn (Prewitt) Williams 2813 NE Kendallwood Pkwy #4 Gladstone, MO 64119 (816)437-9422; cell (620)224-6623 marilynwms@kc.rr.com

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Mail to: LS Educational Fdn, 301 NE Tudor Rd, Lee’s Summit, MO 64086-5702


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