If you would like to e-mail obituaries, announcements or other additions to the AHS website, please send them to
Ron Dunnington at: email@example.com
TO SEE THE OFFICIAL "HILLCREST" HISTORY SITE CLICK HERE
ANYONE REMEMBER "THE AVENUE" IN THE 50'S?
CLICK HERE TO SEE A WEBSITE DEVOTED TO D.C. SCHOOLS
CLICK ON THE "ANACOSTIA" BOX ON THE SITE'S HOMEPAGE.
This site has numerous AHS yearbook pictures for you to look at.
ANYONE FOR A GIFFORDS ICE CREAM SUNDAE?!
THEY ARE STILL AROUND! TO SEE THEIR SITE CLICK HERE
HOW ABOUT SOME VELATIS CARAMELS?!!
REMEMBER THE LITTLE CANDY SHOP ON "F" STREET THAT
MADE THOSE SPECIAL CARAMELS IN SEVERAL FLAVORS?
THEY'RE STILL AROUND! VISIT THEIR WEBSITE CLICK HERE
ARE YOU A FAN OF "DOO-WOP" ?
THE FIFTIES PRODUCED A NUMBER OF GREAT "DOO-WOP" GROUPS AND WE WERE LUCKY ENOUGH TO HAVE ONE AT ANACOSTIA HIGH SCHOOL. "THE BOBOLINKS" SANG THEIR WAY INTO OUR HEARTS BACK THEN AND, THEY'RE STILL DOING IT TODAY! WITH THE ADDITION OF SOME BACK-UP MUSICIANS, THEY CURRENTLY GO BY THE NAME OF "THE MEMORIES". TO GO TO THEIR WEBSITE CLICK HERE
Phyllis E. Plemmons William J. Plemmons
What comes to mind when you hear those words? Of course it's the huge Curtis Brothers chair that stood in Anacostia for many years. It was torn down some years ago but was replaced with a new one in 2007. Mr. Charles Wendell Curtis, the man responsible for "The Chair", Passed away in March of 2007. See "Obituaries" section below.
ANACOSTIA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
In the mid 30's there was a visionary couple who saw the need for a new Jr.-Sr. High School in Southeast Washington, D.C. They began a letter writing campaign to Congress that, after much additional effort, produced Anacostia Jr.-Sr. High School and eventually, Kramer Jr. High School. The couple was William J. and Phyllis E. Plemmons. Their daughter, Patricia (Plemmons) Lambert, AHS '61, has some pictures and copies of documents pertaining to the founding of AHS. Pat's brother Jack graduated from AHS in '39, her other brother Robert graduated from AHS in '44.
LITTLE TAVERN BURGERS ANYONE?
THERE ARE NO LONGER ANY LITTLE TAVERN LOCATIONS STILL OPERATING IN THE D.C. AREA. BUT, IF YOU STILL CRAVE A GUT BOMB OR TWO, CHECK THIS OUT CLICK HERE
MARLOW HEIGHTS AND IVERSON MALL
This website has pictures of the Marlow Heights area in the 60's and 70's as well as links to many more D.C. subjects. They have a very active social schedule including dances and lunches . CLICK HERE
DRAG RACING ANYONE .........
TO SEE A SITE DEVOTED TO AQUASCO SPEEDWAY, CLICK HERE
TO SEE A SITE ABOUT THE HISTORY OF ANACOSTIA
BEFORE YOU GO ANY FURTHER, PLEASE TAKE A MINUTE TO SIGN IN TO THE
AHS GUEST BOOK BELOW, LEAVING THE YEAR YOU GRADUATED AND, A SHORT MESSAGE FOR OTHERS TO SEE. LADIES, PLEASE LEAVE YOUR MAIDEN NAME.
YOU MAY VIEW THE NAMES IN THE "OLD" GUEST BOOK,
BUT ONLY ADD YOUR NAME TO THE "NEW" GUEST BOOK.
SEE ROGER BELL'S EXTENSIVE, EVER GROWING, PICTURE COLLECTION OF ANACOSTIA SCHOOLS INCLUDING AHS, SOUSA, HART, KRAMER, BUCHANAN, KIMBALL, ORR AND MORE, CLICK HERE
TO SEE A SITE ABOUT OLD ANACOSTIA STREET NAMES
AHS CLASS OF '80 "MEET & GREET"
HELD FEBRUARY 21, 2015
AHS OCEAN CITY MULTI-YEAR REUNION
HELD OCTOBER 2-4 2016 AT THE DUNES HOTEL
FOR MORE INFO, CLICK HERE, OR CALL JOHN FERBER AT: 410-758-0095
AHS CASS OF 1964's 70th BIRTHDAY PARTY!
WAS HELD OCTOBER 1, 2016
AHS CLASS OF 1966 50th REUNION
To be held 11-25-2016 at Martin's Crosswinds from
7-11PM. Tickets are $85/person in advance only.
The deadline to order tickets is 10-31-16
For more information contact:
Yevette Norris - YCN0103@verizon.net 301-728-9846
Dorothy Hooper Weberling - firstname.lastname@example.org 240-348-7417
Cassandra McKnight - cmcknight46@hotmail,com 240-476-9238
Elaine Kilbourne, our beloved teacher who passed away on June 14, 2014, was both a mentor and an inspiration to many of her students. She taught at AHS from 1948-1968, Wooten HS from 1980-1994 and the University of MD from 1968 to 1979. Guy Toscano had a paver, inscribed to her memory as a dedicated teacher, installed at his Alma Mater, the University of MD, at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center, Moxley Gardens, Paver G2.
May she rest in peace and in the hearts of those who loved her.