During your visit, you might enjoy watching videos from our generation at the links below:
Mellow Videos Country Videos Rock Videos Hard Rock Videos Punk Rock Videos Disco Videos
You might also like to join us on the Facebook Group 'The Green History Detectives' at:
All Episodes are available at THE GREEN HISTORY DETECTIVES.
Below are the yearbook photos of the Green High Class Of 1975.
The photos with a blue frame indicate that there is a link to take you to the classmate's public Facebook page, to their LinkedIn profile, to their business Internet Web site, or to the classmate's personal class web page, which may include links to all of the above and more. Click on the photo of the classmate to go to that location.
The photos with a white frame indicate that the classmate is no longer with us (i.e. deceased).
The classmates who are no longer with us are given again below:The classmates who did not graduate with us and are no longer with us are given below:Carmen Jones
The Class of 1975 Yearbook photos are given on the page below. There are buttons above the image that allow you to Zoom In and Out. Zooming is most effectively performed by clicking on 'ZOOM IN' or 'ZOOM OUT' and then pressing the return key repeatedly as desired. Panning is most effectively performed by using the cursor keys.
The direct Internet address to each classmate's web page is:
Classmates may email any information exactly as they would like it to be given on their page to:
Web Page Items
The list below gives items that may be included for the web page:
1. Email AddressesWeb Page Photographs
2. Web Site Addresses
3. Photograph files (.jpg)
4. Background colors and/or files (.jpg or .gif)
5. MIDI Music files (.mid)
6. GIF Animation files (.gif)
7. HTML (HyperText Markup Language) source code files (.htm)
NOTE:I personally do not hesitate to include Email and Web Site addresses on Internet Web Pages. However, I do not include home addresses or phone numbers because visitors can email and ask for the information.
There are basically three (3) methods available to create a JPEG (.jpg) file of a photograph that you would like on your web page. Each method is described below:
1. File created by your Digital CameraOnce the .jpg file(s) reside on your computer, simply attach the file(s) to an email message and send to GreenHigh1975@aol.com. Please don't hesitate to email any questions you may have as well. We recommend that photos be kept at a maximum resolution of 640x480 pixels.
The photo taken by a Digital Camera resides in a .jpg file that may be downloaded from the camera to your computer.
2. File created by your Scanner
The photo scanned by a Scanner is represented in a .jpg file that is written to your computer.
3. File created at Photo Department of store (e.g. Wal Mart)
Simply take your photos to any store Photo Department that has a Kodak Picture Maker or Fuji Aladdin machine. These machines scan your photos and write the .jpg files created to a CD that you purchase from the Photo Department. Wal Mart charges $3.84 for the CD and it can hold 100 to 150 .jpg files (one .jpg file for each photo). Assistants are there that are always happy to help you. Write the .jpg files from the CD to your computer.
LINKSGreen High School Online
GREEN HIGH ALMA MATERIn a city of Ohio
Stands our high school dear
Midst the homes of friends and neighbors
Our lives center here.
So we praise the name, O Green High
Keep you standards high,
Lift Your voices loud and loyal
to the very sky.
PHOTO ALBUM35 Year Reunion Photos
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