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Published on July 24, 2008

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IN THE BEGINNING... : IN THE BEGINNING... Slightly Before Our Time! Slide 3: New Ulm, 1860 Slide 4: 1870 Slide 5: 1899 Almost Our Time! Slide 6: 1910 Slide 7: 1940 Getting Closer! Slide 8: 1952 Who’s That In The Stroller? Slide 9: Holy Trinity High School, 1961 OUR TIME! Slide 10: 1963 An awful lot of learning occurred here. Maybe this was the real school for some of us. Slide 11: Or Near Here? Slide 12: Of course, we started high school in 1961 when the most popular songs on many oldies radio stations of today were “born”. Here are the Number 1’s of the era! Slide 14: Joe Dowell, “Wooden Heart” #1, August 28, 1961 Wooden Heart? Slide 16: The Highwaymen, “Michael Row the Boat Ashore” #1, September 4, 1961 WILLITFLOAT? Slide 18: Bobby Vee, “Take Good Care Of My Baby” #1, September 18, 1961 To think I used to carry her books to school! Slide 20: Ray Charles, “Hit the Road, Jack” #1, October 9, 1961 ON OUR WAY OUT! Slide 22: Dion, “Runaround Sue” #1, October 23, 1961 Dion Schaefer? Slide 24: Jimmy Dean, “Big, Bad, John” #1, November 6, 1961 BIG JOE! Slide 26: The Marvelettes, “Please Mr. Postman” #1, December 11, 1961 Now it’s a museum! Slide 28: The Tokens, “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” #1, December 18, 1961 Slide 30: Chubby Checker, “The Twist” #1, January 13, 1962 Slide 32: Joey Dee, “The Peppermint Twist” #1, January 27, 1962 Slide 34: Gene Chandler, “Duke of Earl” #1, February 17, 1962 “Duke” or “Class President”, what’s the difference? Slide 36: Bruce Channel, “Hey Baby” #1, March 10, 1962 + Slide 38: Connie Francis, “Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You” #1, March 31, 1962 Just a play! Slide 40: Shelley Fabares, “Johnny Angel” #1, April 7, 1962 Johnny Who? Slide 42: Elvis Presley, “Good Luck Charm” #1, April 21, 1962 A real friend to all of us! Slide 44: The Shirelles, “Soldier Boy” #1, May 5, 1962 Trained “killers”! Slide 46: Dee Dee Sharp, “Mashed Potato Time” #1, May 12, 1962 TURKEY TIME! Slide 48: Acker Bilk, “Stranger On the Shore” #1, May 26, 1962 Slide 50: Ray Charles, “I Can’t Stop Loving You” #1, June 2, 1962 + Slide 52: David Rose, “The Stripper” #1, July 7, 1962 Moonlighting? Now we know where you disappeared to! Slide 54: Bobby Vinton, “Roses Are Red” #1, July 14, 1962 How many roses does it take? Slide 56: Neil Sedaka, “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” #1, August 11, 1962 This life has been a test. If it had been an actual life, you would have received instructions on where to go, and what to do. -- Angela Chase, "My So-Called Life" Slide 58: Little Eva, “Loco-Motion” #1, August 25, 1962 Look at that motion! Slide 60: Tommy Roe, “Sheila” #1, September 1, 1962 What a cute voice! Slide 62: The Four Seasons, “Sherry” #1, September 15, 1962 Did you know these guys had a group? Slide 64: Boris Pickett & the Cryptkicker 5, “Monster Mash” #1, October 20, 1962 A LITTLE FRIGHTENING! Slide 66: The Crystals, “He’s a Rebel” #1, November 3, 1962 A rebel? Slide 68: The Four Seasons, “Big Girls Don’t Cry” #1, November 17, 1962 Sorry! Not a group! Slide 70: The Tornadoes, “Telstar” #1, December 22, 1962 What a band! Slide 72: Steve Lawrence, “Go Away Little Girl” #1, January 12, 1963 Who were you singing about? Slide 74: The Rooftop Singers, “Walk Right In” #1, January 26, 1963 I guess you do belong with our class! Slide 76: Paul & Paula, “Hey Paula” #1, February 9, 1963 Aah! Aah! I mean Paul! Slide 78: The Four Seasons, “Walk Like a Man” #1, March 2, 1963 How many kids do you have now? Slide 80: Ruby & the Romantics, “Our Day Will Come” #1, March 23, 1963 What beautiful voices! Slide 82: The Chiffons, “He’s So Fine” #1, March 30, 1963 Slide 84: Little Peggy March, “I Will Follow Him” #1, April 27, 1963 Still relocating all the time? Slide 86: Jimmy Soul, “If You Wanna Be Happy” #1, May 18, 1963 “Jimmy” where did you come up with these lyrics? Slide 88: Lesley Gore, “It’s My Party” #1, June 1, 1963 I believe it was 1960 but I don’t remember any crying! Slide 90: Kyu Sakamoto, “Sukiyaki” #1, June 15, 1963 Where did you learn Japanese? Slide 92: The Essex, “Easier Said Than Done” #1, July 6, 1963 How easy was it to find “him”? Slide 94: Jan & Dean, “Surf City” #1, July 20, 1963 Vacation much? Slide 96: The Tymes, “So Much In Love” #1, August 3, 1963 + Slide 98: Stevie Wonder, “Fingertips, Part2” #1, August 10, 1963 Fingernails! Slide 100: The Angels, “My Boyfriend’s Back” #1, August 31, 1963 ANGELS! Slide 102: Bobby Vinton. “Blue Velvet” #1, September 21, 1963 I’m not sure I ever heard you sing! Slide 104: Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs, “Sugar Shack” #1, October 12, 1963 Sugar Shack or Milk Shack? Which is it you run? Slide 106: Nino Temple & April Stevens, “Deep Purple” #1, November 16, 1963 Do you guys still sing together? Slide 108: Dale & Grace, “I’m Leaving It Up To You” #1, November 23, 1963 When did you guys quit singing together? Slide 110: The Singing Nun, “Dominique” #1, December 7, 1963 I wonder what record she’s playing! Slide 112: Bobby Vinton, “There, I’ve Said It Again” #1, January 4, 1964 + Slide 114: The Beatles, “I Wanna Hold Your Hand” #1, February 1, 1964 Is there anyone who didn’t? Slide 116: The Beatles, “She Loves You” #1, March 21, 1964 TO LARRY! Slide 118: The Beatles, “Can’t Buy Me Love” #1, April 4, 1964 You can’t buy my love! You’ve got to earn it every day! Slide 120: Louis Armstrong, “Hello Dolly” #1, May 9, 1964 Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone’s husband could sing like this? Slide 122: Mary Wells, “My Guy” #1, May 16, 1964 I don’t remember you singing like this! Slide 124: The Beatles, “Love Me Do” #1, May 30, 1964 FROM JERRY Slide 126: The Dixie Cups, “Chapel Of Love” #1, June 6, 1964 + Slide 128: Peter & Gordon, “World Without Love” #1, June 27, 1964 Peter & Gordon Slide 130: The Beach Boys, “I Get Around” #1, July 4, 1964 All the way to St. George! Slide 132: The Four Seasons, “Rag Doll” #1, July 18, 1964 NOT AT ALL! Slide 134: The Beatles, “Hard Day’s Night” #1, August 1, 1964 Still working too many hours? Slide 136: Dean Martin, “Everybody Loves Somebody” #1, August 15, 1964 + Slide 138: The Supremes, “Where Did Our Love Go” #1, August 22, 1964 Anita Ross! Supremes! Slide 140: The Animals, “House Of the Rising Sun” #1, September 5, 1964 REAL ANIMALS! Slide 142: Roy Orbison, “Pretty Woman” #1, September 26, 1964 Prettiest picture in the yearbook! Slide 144: Manfred Mann, “Doo Wah Ditty” #1, October 17, 1964 Always happy! Slide 146: The Supremes, “Baby Love” #1, October 31, 1964 Anita Ross & the Supremes! Slide 148: The Shangri-Las, “Leader Of the Pack” #1, November 28, 1964 Rat Pack! Slide 150: Lorne Green, “Ringo” #1, December 5, 1964 Gun Handle? Slide 152: Bobby Vinton, “Mr. Lonely” #1, December 12, 1964 Were you singing about yourself? Slide 154: The Supremes, “Come See About Me” #1, December 19, 1964 Sorry, they’re really not the Supremes! Slide 156: The Beatles, “I Feel Fine” #1, December 26, 1964 From Ormond! Slide 158: Petula Clark, “Downtown” #1, January 23, 1965 Not exactly downtown! Slide 160: The Righteous Brothers, “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” #1, February 6, 1965 Barry & Joe Righteous! Slide 162: Gary Lewis & the Playboys, “This Diamond Ring” #1, February 20, 1965 This doesn’t sound like Gary! By the way, who are the Playboys? Slide 164: The Temptations, “My Girl” #1, March 6, 1965 This doesn’t sound a whole lot like Ron! Slide 166: The Beatles, “Eight Days a Week” #1, March 13, 1965 With these results, you guys are going to need more than 8 days a week! Slide 168: The Supremes, “Stop In the Name Of Love” #1, March 27, 1965 More “Supremes”? Slide 170: Freddie & the Dreamers, “I’m Telling You Now” #1, April 10, 1965 Does this sound like Bernard? Slide 172: Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders, “Game of Love” #1, April 24, 1965 What a game? Slide 174: Herman’s Hermits, “Mrs. Brown” #1, May 1, 1965 Meet the Hermit’s: Dave, Ron, Joe & Richard! Slide 176: The Beatles, “Ticket To Ride” #1, May 22, 1965 These guys look familiar? Slide 178: The Beach Boys, “Help Me Rhonda” #1, May 29, 1965 Slide 180: The Supremes, “Back In My Arms Again” #1, June 12, 1965 Supremes again! Slide 182: The Four Tops, “I Can’t Help Myself” #1, June 19, 1965 For Being COOL! Slide 184: The Byrds, “Mr. Tambourine Man” #1, June 26, 1965 Drummer boy! Slide 186: Produced & Directed by Ron Hacker for the enjoyment of the graduating class of 1965 from Cathedral High School, New Ulm, Minnesota Cathedral High School 35th Class Reunion Presentation, July 22, 2000 Slide 187: There was no intention at any time in this presentation to implicitly or explicitly include or exclude anyone. All depictions are my responsibility based on a mindset at the time of selecting pictures to be presented with specific songs. The result, of course, is the possibility of adversely characterizing individuals without intention. Laugh it off! I hope you all enjoyed this! Slide 188: SEE YOU ALL IN 5 YEARS FOR THE 40TH Slide 189: After Our Time! Slide 190: Way After Our Time! Slide 191: With fondest memories of the classmates we have lost over the years as well as any of our other loved ones! Ron Slide 192: THE END

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