Summer of 1978
• This issue’s “Resorter Girl” was April Dalrymple.
• Located in the 45th Street Village, Jill Higgings Tennis Unlimited was holding its 1st Annual End of Season Closing Sale this month.
• Sound Waves in the Gold Coast Mall was offering LP’s, 8-Tracks and cassettes.
• With locations in Ocean City on 15th and 137th streets and in Berlin, English’s Family Restaurants was offering for $3.29 per person, “All the Delmarvalous Fried Chicken You Can Eat.”
• The Fenwick Feed Bag was featuring country music and entertainment at its location in the Village of Fenwick.
• The Racquet Club inside the Carousel Hotel was offering two dance floors, a DJ, disco lighting, a live band nightly and nightly surprises.
The feeling after the sidewalk is shoveled Polite teenagers Movies and snacks on snow days Olaf from ‘Frozen’ Steamed crabs for lunch Surprises for my kids Tiny, white shells Knowing spring will soon be here SNL’s 40th Anniversary show When my kids learn from a mistake Warm cookies on a … Continue reading
The Stephen Decatur High School duo of junior Olivia Kurtz and sophomore Cody Maykrantz rendered an emotional performance during annual talent night on Feb. 11. Submitted Photos
When Stephen Decatur High School senior Jennah Lupiwok chose the Aeropostale Teens for Jeans campaign as a Key Club service project, she had no idea that the school would respond so overwhelmingly. She collected over 700 pairs of jeans for the campaign, more than doubling her goal. The two-time service award recipient is no stranger to volunteerism as she participates … Continue reading
Anna Dolle Bushnell, a 1996 graduate of Worcester Preparatory School, was the featured speaker at the Class of 2015 100-Day Brunch, hosted each year by the Worcester Preparatory School Alumni Association. Bushnell spoke to the students about her 13 years at Worcester followed by her studies at American University. Pictured, with Bushnell are from left, are Carolyn Dorey, Shea Dowling, … Continue reading
The Ocean City Beach Patrol posed at Caroline Street in 1947 with their new torpedo-style life buoys. The Beach Patrol had returned to full force in 1946 following World War II and Bob Craig, center front, was appointed captain. He would continue in that position until 1987, a record of service unlikely to ever be broken. The buildings in the … Continue reading
Department of Natural Resources Officer Vinny Artrip talked to Andrea Matrona’s kindergarten class at Showell Elementary about being a community helper. Students recently studied bears, hibernation and habitats. Pictured with Artrip and Matrona are students Grant Stephan, Dylan Martinenza, Julia Park and Ava Gunn.
Members of Worcester Prep’s Chess Team who participated in the tournament in Salisbury on Feb. 6 were, from left, Ali Khan, Edward Martikyan, Ibrahim Khan, Daniel Chen, Ayush Batra, Pranay Sanwal, and Carter McCabe. Chen placed first in his division, Sanwal, third in his; Ibrahim Khan, third in his division; and Ayush Batra, fifth in his division.
Summer of 1971 Volune XVII Edition 5 Issue Highlights This week’s “Resorter Girl” was Anita Smith. John, Tommy and Nicholas Arrington were inviting guests to their Ocean Park Motel. Tapped to perform at Ocean City Convention Hall for the remainder of 1971 and early 1972 were Woody Herman, Tex Beneke, Ray McKinley, Guy Lombardo, Les Elgart, Warren Covington, Sammy Kaye, … Continue reading
From the looks of it thus far, it looks like journalism will not be in my kids’ futures. They simply do not share my passion. That’s fine by me, but I am surprised by their lack of interest in what I think at the most simplest is pretty cool stuff. I remember during a bad summer storm a huge oak … Continue reading