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•   Harrison Klein  3/21
•   Bunny Hudak (Moore)  3/2
•   Eric Lee  2/2
•   Allan Womelsdorf  1/7
•   Heidi Stiller (Smith)  12/21
•   Caroline Christian (Dunn)  12/12
•   Sara McGee (Gregg)  3/12
•   Laurie Johnson (Larsen)  2/26
•   Margaret (Peggie) Power (Klema)  2/9
•   Eduardo Fayos-Sola  1/28
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6 live in California
2 live in Colorado
1 lives in District Of Columbia
1 lives in Florida
2 live in Georgia
1 lives in Maine
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Michigan
37 live in Minnesota
2 live in Missouri
1 lives in New Jersey
4 live in New Mexico
2 live in New York
2 live in Oregon
2 live in Texas
1 lives in Virginia
1 lives in Nova Scotia
1 lives in Belgium
1 lives in Netherlands
1 lives in South Africa
1 lives in Spain
19 location unknown
11 are deceased


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University High School
Class of 1967



              So about this Easter Bunny  . . .

Don’t know where I got this – but thought I'd share it with you ....

Easter is fun, and the candy and the bunny are all great. But what

does any of it have to do with the Christian holiday?

Well, as far as the Bible is concerned, nothing. No where in the

Bible does it even mention the word Easter much less pastel colored

eggs and life sized bunnies. But bunnies and eggs are an ancient

symbol of fertility and new life, and according to the Christianity Today,

both symbols, now associated with the Christian holiday, come from

Pagan traditions.  The bunny comes from the German story of

Oschter Haws, a hare who delivers eggs to all the good kids who

prepared a nest for him.  And when Germans immigrated to the U.S.,

they brought Oschter Haws with them. (Via Wikimedia Commons / ItsLassieTime)

Now since then we've come to know Oschter as the Easter Bunny, but

the History Channel points out depending on where you are, it can be

any number of animals delivering eggs. "In Switzerland, a coo-coo

deliversthe Easter eggs, while in different parts of Germany kids wait

for the Easter fox, chick, rooster or stork." And though it doesn't

originate in the Bible,there's a connection between the eggs from the

Easter Bunny and the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  According to "[ The Easter Egg]  is a symbol of the Resurrection of

Christ just as the chick breaks the shell when it is hatched and begins

its life, so Christ comes forth living from the apparently lifeless tomb."

And, finally, what's an American holiday without Americans spending money?According to the National Confectioners Association, Easter is the second highest grossingcandy holiday behind Halloween projecting sales in the U.S. will hit $2.26 billion this year.   "Oh my Gosh-and we got Peeps too!  Peeps are the candy of Easter!" Yes they are, according to Americans will consume about 700 million Marshmallow Peeps during Easter. Some other traditions you have to look forward to this Easter are of course

jelly beans, the Easter Egg Roll, as well as the Easter Egg hunt  and a solid tummy ache this afternoon. 


                                         U High '67 Reunion Attendees

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