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If anyone has any images of the school or the city in those years, I would love to see them. For Betty Hart: Your sister Carol and I were very good friends for a short amount of time when we all lived on 53rd. Went to Catholic grade school with him down the street from Tony Tordowdski's (not sure on the spelling) tavern in EST. Each classroom was filled and there were two classrooms per grade. Such wonderful memories of childhood with lots of freedom!I remember dear friends Wayne Ives, Steve Dart and Sherry Waterman. Louis and she had the longest blk/brown hair and shy. Louis Senior High and Upward Bound SIU Edwardsville IL. We swam at Jones Park, but with the polio scare, that was closed for many summers.Miss Lynch was our gorgeous 3rd grade teacher and heart-throb of all the boys, we all waited for her at the front gate every day. Guest I grew up in EST from the mid 1950's - mid 1970's, lived in 1900 block of 25th street and went to STA. My dad owned Hamilton Drug on Bond Avenue in East St.Then the nicest guard that stood at 59th and State to get us back to Morrison Grade School on 59th and Kingshighway. Other friends at Rock included Paul Webber, Jimmy Duke, Gary Reidt, Ann Manly Charles (Willie) Yarber and others I don't recall names of. I left ESL for Los Angeles in the summer of 61, so didn't do grade nine at Rock. We had a weird tradition, if kids got tired of collecting cards, they would yell "throw up" and throw all their cards in the air, and we would beat ourselves to death trying to get them. Lived mostly in apartments on Missouri Avenue, attended Webster Public School 1952-1957. Dad worked at Swift Packing Plant, good union work, and I remember Jones Park very well. I asked for solutions, he started the remedy for my health, he sent me the medicine through COURIER POST.Back in the early 60's there was a place on about 57th and State where the kids would walk for a hot dog and a soda for $.25. Then there was a bible school class in the back of a drug store and you could get hot dog and drink for a .25. I had a music teacher at St Patrick's Grade School in E St Louis, IL, in the late 60s who had such a positive influence in my life. GIGOLO truly you are great man, do you need his help also?