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The Main Event III
Our 50th Reunion

Consider this..."What if the 'hokey pokey' really IS  what it's all about ?"
 
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"A Dreamer's Holiday..."

Doing the 'Hokey Pokey' are Peter & Sandra Baugh,
'Put your left foot in and shake it all around !'
Arlene & Dick Turchi, Bill Melhorn (York '51), Jane (Swanson) Keller & Jack Keller (York '51)

Marlene & Jim Dunham with Wayne and Peter
Jim Dunham introducing Wayne Mahood to his wife, Marlene, with Peter Baugh waiting his turn.

Ralph 'Punky' Stevens with Robert Cords
Ralph 'Punky' Stevens with Robert Cords

Jim and Marlene Dunham with Ralph Punky Stevens
Jim and Marlene Dunham with Ralph Punky Stevens

You're listening to York's own band, The SophistiCats, in a 1950/51 recording of
"A Dreamer's Holiday"
with York classmates John Bartmann on trumpet, the late Ernie Olds on alto saxaphone, Don Rusch on tenor saxaphone, Larry Swayda on piano, the late Norman Ellison on bass, and Peter Baugh on percussion