Lyman High Class

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1970

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Lyman High class of 1970  Starting our 9th continuous year on the Wide World Web

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Class of 1969 was the
last class to graduate
in the "Old Lyman


Class of 1970 was the
first class to graduate in
the new Lyman High


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American flag


Easily mounted on either a vertical surface like a wall or a horizontal surface like a roof, this 3-by-5-foot U.S. flag will wave in tricolor triumph through many holidays. It's made of heavy nylon, with double-stitched red and white stripes and embroidered white stars on the familiar blue background. It dries quickly after rain, resists fading in sunlight, remains durable in wind, and yet is light enough to flap in the slightest breeze. The flag attaches with simple pinch clips (included) to a 1-inch-diameter gold pole topped by a gold eagle. Pole, flag-holder bracket, and eagle are made of aluminum and anodized for hardness and durability. The pole telescopes out to 6 feet. To adjust it, simply twist both sides of the pole's joint, set the desired length, and then twist again to tighten. Mounting the bracket, which is also gold, requires installing just three screws (included)

Set firmly into the ground, this 3-by-5-foot U.S. flag will wave in tricolor triumph through many holidays. It's made of heavy nylon with double-stitched red and white stripes and embroidered white stars on the familiar blue background. It dries quickly after rain, resists fading in sunlight, and remains durable in wind--yet is light enough to flap in the slightest breeze. The flag attaches with simple snap hooks to a thick nylon halyard that hauls the flag up a sturdy, 2-inch diameter, 20-foot (above-ground) satin-finish aluminum pole. The halyard runs through a nylon pulley in a cast-aluminum "truck" at the pole's top and ties to a 6-inch cast-aluminum cleat. Above the truck, a 3-inch diameter gold ball, anodized like the pole for hardness, screws into the pole, and a setscrew keeps the ball securely in place.  The pole comes in five sections that slip into one another. To keep it upright, there's an 18-inch section of PVC pipe that serves as a ground sleeve. Instructions on the box explain how to set the ground sleeve in concrete. Installation is not complicated, and, once installed, Old Glory will fly permanently in any outdoor setting

$32.00
Valley Forge Flag 11500-1 US Flag Set  

$150.00
Valley Forge Flag AFP20F Residential In-Ground Pole Flag Set  


American Flag and
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Your State Senator can arrange for an American flag to be flown over the United States Capitol. Flags can be flown on any day of the year and for special occasions or events. Each flag is accompanied by a certificate showing it was flown over the Capitol, and only flags purchased through a Congressional Office can be flown. All flags are made in the United States and are available at cost. Allow 4 to 6 weeks for processing. So please order flags as far in advance as possible.

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Where in the World is... - 1970 yearbook picture

Lyman High School class 1970

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updated April 21, 2003

Lyman High School class 1970

 

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