Randall, born 1965; Drew, born 1966; Ariel, born 1969; Allison, born 1972; Tim, born 1976; Emily, born More…1978. See attached 50th year Harvard College reunion blurb. Drew has subsquently acquired a law degree from George Mason U.; Ariel, a Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate School. Allison married Prof. Tim Thurber (Virginia Commonwealth U.) in 2009, and cares for her two children while working as the College Board's American History test guru.
M.I.T; Harvard College; LDS mission in Berlin, Germany; Harvard again; Fulbright Scholar in Vienna, Austria; Fellow, Salzburg Global Seminar; Yale Law School. Lawyer, law professor, and public official in Denver, Colorado; Des Moines, Iowa; Washington, D.C. Now fifteen grandchildren. In May 2014, Cynthia, a proud Ph.D. from Iowa State, retired from her immensely consequential stint as head of the U.S.D.A.'s National Agricultural Statistics Service (having received an award in April, in Ames, Iowa, as one of the 200 most significant Iowa State alumni in recent memory). We are now LDS missionaries in Nauvoo -- and thus, regrettably, will not be in Bear Lake Valley in August.
Miss Belvina Johnson, the librarian, was easily aggravated, and John Miller took up the challenge, treading from one end of the study hall to the other, loosing the odor of ox-blood shoe polish, which Miss Johnson hated, making his presence known, also, by the loud clicks of metal taps on his shoe soles against the hardwood floor. Secretly, and silently, I admired John's audacity.
One of the more important things I learned at M.H.S., from Mr. Snyder, the typing teacher, was that crumpled sheets fill wastebaskets much too full. Dealing with many such receptacles over the years, I always remember to put flat sheets in the bin.