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Monday, September 21, 2009

Drawings of the Old Sod



These wonderful drawings of buildings in Morgan Park and Beverly can be viewed at the new Smith Home on 114th and Western Avenue. Our artistic classmate drew them - guess who.





Drawings of the Old Sod



These wonderful drawings of buildings in Morgan Park and Beverly can be viewed at the new Smith Home on 114th and Western Avenue. Our artistic classmate drew them - guess who.





Congratulations, Julie

You did it, Julie.

Congratulations.

You have broken the code.

Now, see if you can put some photos up.

Craig

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Any MPHSer who wants to post here can do so. Contact Craig Hullinger at chullinger@gmail.com if you need help, or if you are in fact beyond help.


Congratulations, Julie

You did it, Julie.

Congratulations.

You have broken the code.

Now, see if you can put some photos up.

Craig

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Any MPHSer who wants to post here can do so. Contact Craig Hullinger at chullinger@gmail.com if you need help, or if you are in fact beyond help.


Well, hello!

Hi guys,

I'm learning. How do I know this? I am here aren't I? Not sure if this is the only way to post to the group in Facebook because I'm not in any other group on Facebook. Here's to a great and cooling temperature fall! I love fall! I'm not into sweating, scorching and tanning! Except one time each summer I hit the tanning salons to get a head start on skin color! Hope to see more of you here! Thanks Craig for inviting me!

Julie

Well, hello!

Hi guys,

I'm learning. How do I know this? I am here aren't I? Not sure if this is the only way to post to the group in Facebook because I'm not in any other group on Facebook. Here's to a great and cooling temperature fall! I love fall! I'm not into sweating, scorching and tanning! Except one time each summer I hit the tanning salons to get a head start on skin color! Hope to see more of you here! Thanks Craig for inviting me!

Julie

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Jan 1966 in front of the Bean


Fine looking crew of MPHS Jan 66ers in front of the Bean in Millenium Park 2009


Jan 1966 in front of the Bean


Fine looking crew of MPHS Jan 66ers in front of the Bean in Millenium Park 2009


We Are the Mustangs

We are the Mustangs,

The Mighty Mustangs,

Everywhere we go oh

People want to know oh

Who we are r, So we tell them

We are the Mustangs etc etc


We Are the Mustangs

We are the Mustangs,

The Mighty Mustangs,

Everywhere we go oh

People want to know oh

Who we are r, So we tell them

We are the Mustangs etc etc


Oh we love the Halls of Ivy


Oh we love the Halls of Ivy


Oh we love the Halls of Ivy


Oh we love the Halls of Ivy


Join Facebook - Link Up

Starting to get more people on facebook. We are developing a 1965-66-67 MPHS Group.

 Dave Innes, Sandy Wright, Sue Wiggins, Carl Walesa, Mirjana Bartl, Randy Lam, and Dale Davies are on Facebook now - Come on in, the water is fine.  Not too hard to figure out.
 


Join Facebook - Link Up

Starting to get more people on facebook. We are developing a 1965-66-67 MPHS Group.

 Dave Innes, Sandy Wright, Sue Wiggins, Carl Walesa, Mirjana Bartl, Randy Lam, and Dale Davies are on Facebook now - Come on in, the water is fine.  Not too hard to figure out.
 



Sunday, September 13, 2009

Holly Bacon


Holly Bacon



Obituary

  • "Holly could light up a room with her enthusiasm and..."



PEKIN - Holly Beth Hybert Bacon, age 59, of Homewood, Ala., formerly of Pekin, passed away at her home on Friday, May 22, 2009.

She was born in Chicago, Ill., on May 29, 1949. Her family moved to Pekin, Illinois, in the early 1970s, where she met and married Bob. They relocated to Homewood in 1976, where they raised their family. She graduated from Morgan Park High School, Chicago, Ill., Thornton Junior College and Northern Illinois University, where she earned bachelor of arts degrees in both art and English. She was a graphic designer and ad layout artist for Deverman Advertising in Pekin, Ill., and for Mark IV Advertising in Peoria, Ill. In the Birmingham area, Holly did space ads and layouts for Steiner/Bressler. For many years she worked as a photographer's model and runway fashion model in association with Real People Models and Talent, and oftentimes provided her modeling talent for charitable events. Recently, Holly was the Special Events Planner for the Historic Rucker Place, Birmingham.

She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, the AIMS Sunday School Class, and sang with the contemporary group Praise Alliance at Trinity.

Holly is survived by her greatest artwork, her children, David, Jennifer, and Chris; their dad, Bob; son-in-law, Jerry von Eberstein; daughter-in-law, Rizpah Driver Bacon; her brother, Jon D. Hybert of Peoria, Ill.; and a variety of relatives in the Chicago area.

She was preceded by her parents, Betty Jean Eberle Hybert and Arthur John Hybert; and one twin sister at birth.

Visitation for family and friends will be held at Ridout's Valley Chapel on Oxmoor Road in downtown Homewood from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 28. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 29, at Trinity United Methodist Church.

Holly loved flowers, colorful ones, and would certainly enjoy their presence in her honor. However, in lieu, she would love to know her friends have taken the initiative to get a routine colonoscopy. If you choose, memorial donations in Holly's honor can be made to VSA arts of Alabama, PO Box 12504, Birmingham, AL 35202-2504 or online at vsartsalabama.org.

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/pjstar/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=127726245#fbLoggedOut



Holly Bacon


Holly Bacon



Obituary

  • "Holly could light up a room with her enthusiasm and..."



PEKIN - Holly Beth Hybert Bacon, age 59, of Homewood, Ala., formerly of Pekin, passed away at her home on Friday, May 22, 2009.

She was born in Chicago, Ill., on May 29, 1949. Her family moved to Pekin, Illinois, in the early 1970s, where she met and married Bob. They relocated to Homewood in 1976, where they raised their family. She graduated from Morgan Park High School, Chicago, Ill., Thornton Junior College and Northern Illinois University, where she earned bachelor of arts degrees in both art and English. She was a graphic designer and ad layout artist for Deverman Advertising in Pekin, Ill., and for Mark IV Advertising in Peoria, Ill. In the Birmingham area, Holly did space ads and layouts for Steiner/Bressler. For many years she worked as a photographer's model and runway fashion model in association with Real People Models and Talent, and oftentimes provided her modeling talent for charitable events. Recently, Holly was the Special Events Planner for the Historic Rucker Place, Birmingham.

She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, the AIMS Sunday School Class, and sang with the contemporary group Praise Alliance at Trinity.

Holly is survived by her greatest artwork, her children, David, Jennifer, and Chris; their dad, Bob; son-in-law, Jerry von Eberstein; daughter-in-law, Rizpah Driver Bacon; her brother, Jon D. Hybert of Peoria, Ill.; and a variety of relatives in the Chicago area.

She was preceded by her parents, Betty Jean Eberle Hybert and Arthur John Hybert; and one twin sister at birth.

Visitation for family and friends will be held at Ridout's Valley Chapel on Oxmoor Road in downtown Homewood from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 28. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, May 29, at Trinity United Methodist Church.

Holly loved flowers, colorful ones, and would certainly enjoy their presence in her honor. However, in lieu, she would love to know her friends have taken the initiative to get a routine colonoscopy. If you choose, memorial donations in Holly's honor can be made to VSA arts of Alabama, PO Box 12504, Birmingham, AL 35202-2504 or online at vsartsalabama.org.

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/pjstar/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=127726245#fbLoggedOut



Wednesday, September 2, 2009