The Class of '57

February 1996

SOPHIE BALDWIN-HARTLEY Webber writes: "After years of planning and saving, I finally returned to England and was able to show my husband and children where I'd lived as a child until it was destroyed in the Blitz. It was odd, after 50 years of being accused of affecting a British accent here in the U.S., to be told by all those cousins how I looked just like all of them but sounded just like a Yank."

ROBBIE CLICKMAN and wife, Polly, made the transisition from suburban Cleveland to real country life last year-- used pick-up and all. They are loving nature and fresh eggs ("cholesterol levels be damned!") and peace and each other.

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