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Athletes - "He's strong, muscular, talented, and mean. He's one who eats his biscuits boastfully. He's one that gets carried away when he sees a spotlight shining."

What there is to do in Smithfield - "I'm disgusted with the whole matter!"
-  Darwin Hill

None at this time

Avg Income $ 13,900.00
3-Bdrm Home
New Car 3,750.00
Monthy Rent 185.00
Gallon of Milk 1.39
Dozen Eggs 0.78
Gallon of Gas 0.52
Loaf of Bread 0.40
USPS Stamp 0.10

1974...Girls wore miniskirts or, like many of the boys, wide-legged plaid pants. Hair for both sexes was usually long and frequently parted down the middle or worn Afro-style. While traversing the halls of SSS, our biggest concerns revolved around schoolwork, teachers, boyfriends/girlfriends, and our parents. After school, we drove school buses, worked at other part-time jobs, helped out at home, or socialized at the In and Out.

Friday nights were for chanting "I'm So Glad I Go to Triple S" while cheering on Spartan athletes and band members. We watched "Happy Days" and "The Waltons" on television and sang along with songs like "Killing Me Softly With His Song" and "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown".

We were aware of and influenced by a number of national events: Watergate, Patty Hearst's kidnapping, Hank Aaron breaking Babe Ruth's record, and N.C. State winning the NCAA basketball championship. But, in those not-quite-adult days, we probably spent most of our time pondering issues that involved ourselves: finding the perfect prom dress; filling out college applications; planning for full-time employment; and leaving childhood friends behind upon graduation.

It's hard to believe that 40 years have flown by since then. Won't it be fun to see each other again and to catch up a bit on all that's happened in our lives? Please take a few minutes to update information about yourself on the Students page, then join the fun at our 40th class reunion on September 27th.

Reunion Details

Saturday 27 September 2014
7:00 PM until midnight

Heavy Hors d'Oeuvres, DJ, Cash Bar
Country Club of Johnston County

$25 per person ($35 after Sept. 12)
$100 sponsorships - includes 2 tickets
$200 sponsorships - includes 2 tickets & benes

Make sure to fill out the online R.S.V.P. form to let us know that you plan to attend.

Use the PayPal form below, or make your check payable to "SSS Class of '74" and mail to Lamar Armstrong at P. O. Box 27, Smithfield, NC 27577. Include current address, phone & email.

For additional information, call Lamar at (919) 934-1575.

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