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I would of never guess that 20 years or so I was gonna leave, but I have made a new home. So if anyone is from class of 1975 and you are still living either on your old street or still in Massapequa some where... And talking of whether Tarzan or Jungle Jim would win in a fight - watching Superman and a thousand westerns on TV, waving good-bye to Lassie each week - and thrilling to Walt Disney on Sundays. -Dennis Penzell, Carmen road, Mc Kenna, and MHS 70. Donna unfortunately is batteling cancer we're keeping our fingers crossed that she beats it. We had to go from store to store downtown asking permission to paint a Halloween scene on their window or doors. I always got Sam's Barbershop and other kids would get mad because they wanted it. I was in the regional company of Up With People while I was in school there. My older brother though is 8 yrs older than me and always talks about it.

The kids who'd speak of the Creature from the Black Lagoon, Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy (and again, who would win in a fight! Sadly I can't identify with most of the memories because I lived in Massapequa park only from 1956 to December 1963 (when my family moved to Elkhart Indiana), the middle of 3rd grade at Birch Lane School. Anyone else remember Birch Lane from 1960 through 1963? Kollmer advised the class there was no Santa Claus in response to my direct question - causing my big talk with my mother that afternoon). Unfortunately she never read your letter as she passed away Dec. My artistic talent was not award worthy, but I had a good time. Some of our favorite places to name a few were: Tastee Bakery, we used to go there after Church on Sunday's and get Kaiser Rolls, salt sticks and buns for breakfast. We also used to go to Zornes Poultry and get chicken, potato salad and coleslaw for a treat. I went into the Air Force after school, got married a couple of times and the rest is history. I'm sure no one else is interested in my life story. Some time before the supermarket across from John J Burns Park became Hills it was called Dilbert's.

And I am proud of it because where I live now, everyone knows I am from up north... Even Massapequa has a lot of famous men and women, like Steve Guttenberg and Jerry Seinfeld... I remember the ever so high fence around the lot on which the School sat - and the height of the school bus taking me there in the mornings (across the street from our house on 3 Belvedere Drive). Did anyone from LI ever go to Palasades park with the worlds largest salt water pool. One memory I have of you is teaching us several Woody Guthrie songs, among other classic songs. In later years my brothers and our friends would play stickball on the front wall of the school, at least until the Wackenhut Security guards would chase us off, I have been singing the Hawthorn school song almost daily since elementary school. They didn't watch TV, didn't surf, and didn't read newspapers or magazines. Not the same world, ours is gone except in our memories. My Brother's both got to go and I think I was there too but too young to remember.

Moved away from Long Island to another state and married. I try to visit when I can and catch up with some old friends and family. Do you remember the name of the male Chemistry teacher? Still trying to remember the name of the Deli we would walk to during fire drills. Frontierland was in fact on Rt 110 , may have been near there the inter county shopping center. I still remember all of my teachers first through sixth. Wow, every single morning for 19 years I played the piano for that with the Broadcast Choir! Our world today seems so upended, in the 60's it seemed so easy to understand, quiet and harmless. in my case my teenaged years I revolved around surfing, and girls.I went to catechism there - prepared for and received my First Confession and First Holy Communion (under the command of a very strict nun). I could also hear her coming because she always wore the kind of dress that made a wooosh sound when she walked down the hall. In Harbor Green, there was always a roaming gang of wild kids playing on the streets, running through neighbor's backyards, playing at construction sites; and having fun on the beach.So many boys' faces 9and sometimes names - Anthony Zengrea, Tommy Werner, Michael Duffy, Bobby Mullen, the Bustards, the Zimmers, the Maddens, the Mullers, the Hesses) come to mind. On Riviera Drive, there was always a group of kids playing outside. She enjoyed the stories about my personal rebellion against authority figures at the school. It's been over 20 years or so, but I will never forget Massapequa. Did some research and I think the critical issue was the District wanting teachers to contribute

Moved away from Long Island to another state and married. I try to visit when I can and catch up with some old friends and family. Do you remember the name of the male Chemistry teacher? Still trying to remember the name of the Deli we would walk to during fire drills. Frontierland was in fact on Rt 110 , may have been near there the inter county shopping center. I still remember all of my teachers first through sixth. Wow, every single morning for 19 years I played the piano for that with the Broadcast Choir! Our world today seems so upended, in the 60's it seemed so easy to understand, quiet and harmless. in my case my teenaged years I revolved around surfing, and girls.

I went to catechism there - prepared for and received my First Confession and First Holy Communion (under the command of a very strict nun). I could also hear her coming because she always wore the kind of dress that made a wooosh sound when she walked down the hall. In Harbor Green, there was always a roaming gang of wild kids playing on the streets, running through neighbor's backyards, playing at construction sites; and having fun on the beach.

So many boys' faces 9and sometimes names - Anthony Zengrea, Tommy Werner, Michael Duffy, Bobby Mullen, the Bustards, the Zimmers, the Maddens, the Mullers, the Hesses) come to mind. On Riviera Drive, there was always a group of kids playing outside. She enjoyed the stories about my personal rebellion against authority figures at the school.

It's been over 20 years or so, but I will never forget Massapequa. Did some research and I think the critical issue was the District wanting teachers to contribute $1.00 per month for their dental benefits. Even tho all american was great there is still something special about a burger and fries you get at a diner. Didn't think you would remember after all these years. White, the English teacher, and active union member? Lived on East lake Avenue, then moved to s massapequa behind Bar Harbour center. I started kindergarten in Amityville because Hawthorne wasn't quite finished in 1955. Because of her, I took piano lessons and then organ lessons. Eternal love and loyalty to Hawthorn School we sing! RE Massapequa, How I MIss Thee I am guessing we were about the same age, I too loved living in Massapequa.

I catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. (I hated it because I fell so often - and didn't ice skate again until my 20s! I remember the fire drills and nuclear war alarm drills at Birch Lake (go beneath your desk, put your arms over your head). Freedom land was off long Island I think, --remember "mommy and daddy take my hand take me out to freedom land, 2.96 is all you pay for freedom land all day." or something like that. Curtin and Miss Gluck have passed away, but a number of Hawthorn retirees still get together for lunch. I credit all my teachers 1st through 12th grade for inspiring me to pursue this career path. Thanks for posting the full lyrics Miss Rice, my former music teacher way back when. I spoke to the 9th Grade of MHS as an alumni on career day (which isn't at MHS but next to Parkside in something called the Annex I believe).

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Moved away from Long Island to another state and married. I try to visit when I can and catch up with some old friends and family. Do you remember the name of the male Chemistry teacher? Still trying to remember the name of the Deli we would walk to during fire drills. Frontierland was in fact on Rt 110 , may have been near there the inter county shopping center. I still remember all of my teachers first through sixth. Wow, every single morning for 19 years I played the piano for that with the Broadcast Choir! Our world today seems so upended, in the 60's it seemed so easy to understand, quiet and harmless. in my case my teenaged years I revolved around surfing, and girls.I went to catechism there - prepared for and received my First Confession and First Holy Communion (under the command of a very strict nun). I could also hear her coming because she always wore the kind of dress that made a wooosh sound when she walked down the hall. In Harbor Green, there was always a roaming gang of wild kids playing on the streets, running through neighbor's backyards, playing at construction sites; and having fun on the beach.So many boys' faces 9and sometimes names - Anthony Zengrea, Tommy Werner, Michael Duffy, Bobby Mullen, the Bustards, the Zimmers, the Maddens, the Mullers, the Hesses) come to mind. On Riviera Drive, there was always a group of kids playing outside. She enjoyed the stories about my personal rebellion against authority figures at the school. It's been over 20 years or so, but I will never forget Massapequa. Did some research and I think the critical issue was the District wanting teachers to contribute $1.00 per month for their dental benefits. Even tho all american was great there is still something special about a burger and fries you get at a diner. Didn't think you would remember after all these years. White, the English teacher, and active union member? Lived on East lake Avenue, then moved to s massapequa behind Bar Harbour center. I started kindergarten in Amityville because Hawthorne wasn't quite finished in 1955. Because of her, I took piano lessons and then organ lessons. Eternal love and loyalty to Hawthorn School we sing! RE Massapequa, How I MIss Thee I am guessing we were about the same age, I too loved living in Massapequa.I catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. (I hated it because I fell so often - and didn't ice skate again until my 20s! I remember the fire drills and nuclear war alarm drills at Birch Lake (go beneath your desk, put your arms over your head). Freedom land was off long Island I think, --remember "mommy and daddy take my hand take me out to freedom land, 2.96 is all you pay for freedom land all day." or something like that. Curtin and Miss Gluck have passed away, but a number of Hawthorn retirees still get together for lunch. I credit all my teachers 1st through 12th grade for inspiring me to pursue this career path. Thanks for posting the full lyrics Miss Rice, my former music teacher way back when. I spoke to the 9th Grade of MHS as an alumni on career day (which isn't at MHS but next to Parkside in something called the Annex I believe).

.00 per month for their dental benefits. Even tho all american was great there is still something special about a burger and fries you get at a diner. Didn't think you would remember after all these years. White, the English teacher, and active union member? Lived on East lake Avenue, then moved to s massapequa behind Bar Harbour center. I started kindergarten in Amityville because Hawthorne wasn't quite finished in 1955. Because of her, I took piano lessons and then organ lessons. Eternal love and loyalty to Hawthorn School we sing! RE Massapequa, How I MIss Thee I am guessing we were about the same age, I too loved living in Massapequa.I catch up with old friends and family, and one thing is for sure: my Long Island accent will always stay with me. (I hated it because I fell so often - and didn't ice skate again until my 20s! I remember the fire drills and nuclear war alarm drills at Birch Lake (go beneath your desk, put your arms over your head). Freedom land was off long Island I think, --remember "mommy and daddy take my hand take me out to freedom land, 2.96 is all you pay for freedom land all day." or something like that. Curtin and Miss Gluck have passed away, but a number of Hawthorn retirees still get together for lunch. I credit all my teachers 1st through 12th grade for inspiring me to pursue this career path. Thanks for posting the full lyrics Miss Rice, my former music teacher way back when. I spoke to the 9th Grade of MHS as an alumni on career day (which isn't at MHS but next to Parkside in something called the Annex I believe).

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It is messages like yours that make this website such a gem. I grew up in Massapequa Park, so most of my early childhood memories are from there, but I do have memories of Harbor Green, Pizza Supreme (the best pizza), All American, and Carvel, as my older sister had friends from there. I remember the night the farmer's market burned, I remember the excitement surrounding the opening of Pequa Bowl, and have fond memories of playing in Tackapusha park with my friends that also live in the apartments over their parent's stores.

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