An Insider's View of Boarding School Life Overnight and Campus Visit Children of Alumni in the 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th grades are invited to a St. Andrew'sSchool Open House/Overnight. Friday, September 22 (Homecoming Weekend) Attend Friday evening dinner with students, spend an overnight in the dorms, go to Saturday morning classes and Homecoming games. Saturday morning, Director of Admissions John Niles will meet with alumni families to explain the application process, testing and financial aid. Friday Evening, September 22 5:30 Visitors arrive on campus, meet host and settle into dorm. 6:00 Cafeteria dinner. 7:45 Visitors meet with the Director of Admissions to talk about the St. Andrew's and boarding school life in general. 8:45 Return to dorms to visit, snack and have fun. 10:30 Lights out. Saturday Morning, September 23 7 til 10:30 Visitors will be on the same schedule as their hosts including breakfast and classes. 9:30 Informational meeting with Director of Admissions for alumni parents. (Meet at the Admissions Office) 10:30 Campus tour for children and their parents. Please contact the Admissions Office between September 5 and 15 if you and your child would like to participate. Theological Seminary. Bob and his wife, Cecilia, and children, Tito (4) and Ashley (I Yl), moved to Madison, Virginia, where they live on a farm and run a cow/calf beef operation. On December 27, a third member was added to the family: a daughter, Kelby. '73 William D. Canrler 336 Flatbush Avenue, 2D Brooklyn, NY /0004 After living i'n Colorado for thirteen years, Brian Hartsell moved to Arkansas to work as a District Manager for 7-Eleven, responsible for the Arkansas and Missouri territory. Brian is still "gainfully single" and would like to hear from other classmates. Manhattan Class Company has put together yet another off-Broadway hit-this time a string of one-act plays under the auspices of general manager Will Cantler. "Who Knew" was called by reviewer Walter Goodman of The New York Times, "a stunner, the dialogue sings, it has poetry and power." The play closed in April, but we look forward to more great work from Will. '74 F 1 Hickman R,D. I, Box 683 Chestertown, MD 21620 While there are no specifics yet, Henry Hauptfuhrer was married in May. Details and hopefully a picture to follow in the next edition of the Bulletin. John Mincks is happy to announce the birth of his third child and third daughter, Jennifer Still, on January 9, 1989. Carl Melamet and his wife had their second son, born on April 29, 1989. Bruce Taylor is still single and is practicing law in Nashville. '75 Elizabeth D. Peloso 43 Sheffield Lane West Chester; PA 19380-1/89 Chris "Crisco" Gale still works for the Maryland Department of Transportation as an engineering technician, working out of Baltimore. He says he sees a good bit of Tom Lawton and Norman Ware and their wives.
Michael Kadick and Lisa Galloway Kadick are the proud parents of a baby boy, Andrew Ellis Blackshear. Their latest addition was born on April 27 and tipped the scales at 8 pounds, 13 ounces. Marcia Moore and her husband, John, are still living in Boston. Marcia is serving her first year of residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and working 100 hours a week! John continues to teach physics at Harvard. Lars Allfather and his wife are expecting their first child this summer. '76 Ralph R. Hickman Linn S. Tompkins 6869 Chaffee Court 1715 Enoree Avenue Brecksville. OH 44141-2416 Columbia, SC 29205 Congratulations to Dodge McFall and his new wife, Marie-Louise C. Gifford, who were married on February 18, 1989. Dodge has changed jobs at Eastman Kodak and is now in the Consumer Products Division marketing their U.S. film. Dodge and his wife have bought a farmhouse built circa 1820 in Pittsford. New York. If you haven't yet, you should run out and buy a back issue of the April 24 edition of The New Yorker and read John Seabrook's superb article "Invisible Gold" on gold mining in Nevada. This lengthy article explores the rise in prospecting in an area that has the mineral wealth to make the motherlodes of the 1840's and 1850's in Cal iforn ia pale in comparison. John was on campus recently for Career Night and captivated an audience of VI Formers with the story of his writing career. If you'll remember, John spent a good deal of his time in SAS in the Bio Lab. Bryan Skip and his wife have a new baby boy, Michael Alexander. Michaela Penny-Velazquez gave birth to a baby daughter, Demetria Christian Velazquez, on October 12, 1988. '77 Elizabeth D. Halsted Alexis FReed 107 N. Lincoln Street 1807 Washington Street Kennell Square. PA 19348 Braintree, MA 02184 Carolyn Matthews will be moving this month to Houston, Texas, after receiving a fellowship in Gynecologic Oncology at M.D. Anderson Hospital and Cancer Institute. In two years, she hopes to return to the East Coast to teach. '78 Ashton W Richards St. Andrew'sSchool Middletown. DE 19709 Sarah Hukill Berninger and husband Mike have moved back to Delaware. Sarah is now teaching across the bridge in New Jersey at Woodstown High and Mike is a project architect with Buck Simpers in Wilmington. From your class agent: I had a wonderful visit with Scott Peters, Rob Linnenkol and Paul Kress over the April 22nd weekend. The occasion Why, Judi Skelton's ('80) wedding, of course. We were all trying to figure out, me excluded, why this dashing young group of 78er's would be invited (I just walked downstairs) to such an auspicious event; and we (they) came up with one telling link. Isn't that special The weekend was highlighted by a Sunday trip to Money's Truck Stop on Route 301 where a delightful breakfast was had by all, replete with giant, and much needed, orange juices all around. I had a chance to see Harry Orth at the Delaware State Wrestling Championships in February where SAS crowned yet another State Champion, this time at 145 pounds. At an SAS gathering at the Wilmington Country Club in April, I had a great time catching up with Scarlet Halsted Carey, who is about to move back into the area from Chicago. Also gracing this wonderful event was one Kevin Nerlinger, who is still "selling pencils" for a living. A scheduled night on the town with Nerlinger and this reporter seems imminent. Rounding out this group was Liz Boyle. Liz is still working at-it pains me to say the name Tower Hill as a counselor. Boy, I hope I haven't missed anyone. Finally, would a '78 class notes section be complete without a bit of wedding news The single male or female in this class is becoming a rare bird indeed. Tying the knot in June will be Lisa Olsen to Brendan Meagher and later on in August, Flip Hunt and Richard Cookerly will be getting married to one another here at St. Andrew's. Towny Manfull will be marrying Susan Newman on October 14. Stay tuned for pictures in the next Bulletin. As for me, this winter and spring were full of all sorts of wonderful things. The movie during the winter opened up a neat window to a very interesting industry. I was fortunate enough to work with Robin Williams on a number of occasions and he is as zany as he is cranked up to be. In addition, my little cameo speaking part did not end up on the cutting room floor-no thoughts of a career change at this point. As for the spring, my women's crew is terribly fast and at 1990 REUNION WEEKEND JU N E 8, 9, I 0, I 990 THE 55th FOR '35 THE 50th FOR '40 THE 45th FOR '45 THE 40th FOR '50 THE 35th FOR '55 THE 30th FOR '60 THE 25th FOR '65 THE 20th FOR '70 THE 15th FOR '75 THE 10th FOR '80 THE 5th FOR '85 29