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Wakefield Class of 1960

EARLY STARSTONES



Scanned images of earlier STARSTONES are provided in this group of the 1960 class pages.  Click on a cover image below to go to our homeroom pictures from the 1953-1955 STARSTONE, 1956 STARSTONE. 1957 STARSTONE, and 1958 STARSTONE.   Our junior year individual pictures are in the 1959 STARSTONE

The homeroom pictures contain a magnifier feature.  Place your cursor over a picture and you will see an enlargement of the small segment under the cursor.  If your mouse has a scroll wheel, you can rotate the wheel to change the magnification.

See the note below if you encounter a warning while using Internet Explorer.

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

55 Starstone Cover

56 Starstone Cover

57 Starstone Cover

58 Starstone Cover

59 Starstone Cover

If your web browser is INTERNET EXPLORER, you may get a warning when you try to open a Homeroom page.  Ignore the warning and proceed.  Later versions of EXPLORER may just give you a fact-accomplished notice, "Internet Explorer restricted this webpage from running scripts or ActiveX controls."  (But it does provide you a button to click on to "Allow blocked content".  Do click on that.)   If your web browser is CHROME or FIREFOX, you won't get a warning.

Don't worry about the warning from EXPLORER.  Microsoft just over-worries about anything not invented by Microsoft.  The worry is over the magnifying-glass feature included to enhance your viewing enjoyment.  In older versions of EXPLORER, when the warning bar at the top of the viewing window displays "To help protect your security, Internet Explorer has restricted this webpage from . . . .", just click anywhere on the bar (except at the "X"), and from the drop-down menu click on "Allow blocked content".

You may then get an even sterner warning that, "Allowing active content such as script and ActiveX controls can be useful.  However, active content might also harm your computer. Are you sure you want to let this file run active content?"

Go ahead and fearlessly click on "YES", because what we put on the website gets checked out, and won't hurt your computer. Again, all that happens is that a little magnifying glass comes up to enhance your viewing of the small faces in the homeroom pictures.

And to repeat, if you were using Chrome or Firefox as your browser, you would not get a single word of warning.

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This page was last modified 6 Sept 2012
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