Guest Page, 2002-2006
From SPOON1, the original, which will no longer exist online beginning July 1, 2007

Lancers, we had to end the website you’re reading now back in summer of 2006. The previous website, SPOON1, had become too small for our needs and required too much maintenance. The following are all the entries made by ‘60s Lancers in SPOON1, beginning with the last.

NOTE: Many of these emails have changed or are no longer valid.


SPOON1 GUESTBOOK

By : Ken Slezak
Date/Time : 11/1/2006 11:21:58 PM

Message :
Paul - Thanks for the great job o nthis and sharing the news when my Dad passed away. I received many kind notes through your Spoons. I have als orun into one Gordon Carter on your "Most Wanted" List. What do you want me to have him do? How do I begin to receive your updates like the one Rick Raczka sent to me? Hope all is well with you too.

By : STEVE WINSLOW "62"
Date/Time : 5/26/2006 5:47:30 PM

Message :
IN MEMORIUM
GLORIA YOUNGER CLASS OF 1962
AND WHEN WE REACH THE END...
THE REGRETS
WILL BE
NOT FOR THE THINGS WE HAVE DONE...
BUT FOR THE THINGS WE DIDN'T DO.
R.I.P.

By : STEVE WINSLOW
Date/Time : 5/23/2006 2:10:39 PM

Message :
IF JOHNS MKT IN LAKE ELSINORE REMINDS ONE OF MODEL MARKET IN "RANCHTOWN?" IT REMINDED ME THAT WHEN I WAS A SOHOMORE, SOPHMORIC ANYWAY...BYE THE BYE THAT WAS A SENIOR TO ALL YOU TADPOLES...I WORKED AT MODEL MARKET AS A BOX BOY PAID FOR MY FIRST CAR THAT WAY A BLACK 59 CHEVY WITH RED LEATHER SEATS FACTORY FOUR ON THE FLOOR AND OF COURSE THE DERIQUERE AUDACIOUS FRONT END LOWERED "RAKED" WE CALLED IT FOLKS IT WAS JUST RIGHT FOR CRUISIN WITH MY BUDS AND DRINKING BEER. I MADE IT FROM THE OFF RAMP THERE IN FULLERTON AND ON TO THE HARBOR FREWAY AND TO HOLLYWOOD WITH THE RADIO PUMPIN OUT THE TUNES THE WINDOWS DOWN ME AND LEE DOUGLASS HAVE A CASE OF COORS (COLORADO KOOL AID) ON ICE ON THE BACK SEAT MAKE IT TO HOLLYWOODBLVD IN 29 MINUTES. BE GOING TO CATCH SOME JAZZ AT SHELLY'S MANHOLE...IF ANY ONE KNOWS THE WHEREABOUTS OF GLORIA YOUNGER I WOULD REALLY APPRECIATE KNOWING... I OWE HER A HUGE APOLOGY...SHE WAS THE MOST GORGEOUS GIRL AT SUNNY HILLS AND I SOMEHOW WAS LUCKY ENOUGH TO LAND HER FOR SENIOR PROM WHICH THROUGH SOME REALLY REALLY ROTTEN BEHAVIOR ON MY PART I'M SURE I RUINED FOR HER. ITS BOTHERED ME ALL THESE YEARS...A GIRL SHOULD HAVE THE F0NDEST MEMORIES OF HERE SENIOR PROM DANCE YOU ONLY GET THIS ONE TIME...SO GLORIA...IF YOU ARE OUT THERE...FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART...I AM TRULY SORRY YOU DIDNT GET THE ONE YOU DESERVED...STEVE WINSLOW CLASS OF62

By : steve winslow"62"
Date/Time : 5/23/2006 1:46:36 PM

Message :

"WORK:
AS IF YOU YOU DON'T NEED THE MONEY.

DANCE: AS IF NOBODY IS WATCHING.

LOVE: AS IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN HURT."

By : steve winslow
Date/Time : 5/23/2006 9:51:37 AM

Message :
"EVERYONE IS A RELATIVE"--EINSTEINS MOTHER

By : Mike Davinroy
Date/Time : 5/19/2006 1:12:03 PM

Message :
I love the website Paul - you've done a wonderful job and have helped bring back many memories.

I was sorry to hear about Chuck's recent passing. I last saw Chuck about three years ago for a lunch meeting. He still had the same wonderful sense of humor that he had when we were in fifth grade together at Orangethorpe.

I hope to visit again many times.

Mike Davinroy7

By : steve winslow
Date/Time : 5/12/2006 4:39:52 PM

Message :
well not to sound too much like the guy debating that great statesman and all around DEEP deep intellect Dan (THE MAN0) POTATO...OOPS I FORGOT THE E DIDNT I? QUAIL...PO TA TOE. I'VE MET JOHN KENNEDY AND YOU SIR ARE NO JOHN KENNEDY... TO PARAPHRASE KINDA IVE NEVER MET MOST OF YOU LANCERS...GRADUATED IN 1962 AND DISSAPEARED. IM DELIGHTED TO READ THE SPOON AND CANNOT SAY ENOUGH ABOUT PAUL WHO I HAVENT YET MET BUT HOPEFULLY HE WONT SEE ME AS TRYING TO BUTTER HIM UP...YOU GUYS SEEM TO BE THROWIN ENOUGH KISSES HIS WAY AS IS BUT I GOTTA SAY YOU GUYS THAT CAME AFTER US MUST A BEEN THE GREATEST BUNCH OF YAHOOS ON THE PLANET... I AM SO SUPRISED AND DELIGHTED BY YOUR GREAT IRREVERENCE AND YOUR BLASTS OF SIDEPLITTIN PRANKS I SEND A BIG HUG TO ALL...UHOH WATCH OUT THAT REALLY STRANGE LOOKIN DUDE IS HEADIN FOR US LOOKS LIKE HES GONNA GIVE SOMEBODY A HUG...LOCK THE DOORS AND HIDE THE CHILDREN FOIR GAWDS SAKE...SOUPY SALES SOUPY SALES!!! ME AND MY BUDDIES COULDNT WAIT SOMETIMES CUTTING THE LAST CLASS SO WE COULD GO OVER TO ONE OF OUR HOUSES...HEY IM TALKIN 7TH AND 8THGRADE AS WELL AS HIGH SCHOOL TO CATCH OLD SOUPY DOIN HIS SSHHTICK... YOU NEVER NEW WHAT THE SOUPMAN WAS GONNA DO...HELL HE MIGHT COME OUT FROM BEHIND THE CURTAIN AND DROP HIS PANTS...ALL I KNOW IS ME AND MY BUDDIES WERE ROLLING ON THE FLOOR FROM START TO FINISH... WE WERE WIPIN OUR EYES FROM LAUGHIN SO HARD ON THE WAY OUT HE DOOR STILL CHUCKLIN OVER SOME INSANITY HE HAD COME UIP WITH THAT DAY. IT WAS MY FIRST EXPOSURE TO THAT KIND OF COMEDY OR AT LEAST TV NETWORK?
HERES TO THE SOUPMAN AND ALL YOU GUYS..
HEYHEY PAUL...IM LOVIN IT!!!!-STEVE WINSLOW CLASS OF 62

By : Louise Armstrong
Date/Time : 5/7/2006 9:07:21 AM

Message :
What a terrific website. Great fun and some sadness reading about our friends.

By : Gina Guest-Page, all '60s
Email : not given/invalid
Date/Time : 4/8/2006 7:42:10 AM

Message :
I am so lonely! I wish I got messages from friends ..

By : CHUCK BAILEY

Date/Time : 3/31/2006 9:41:09 AM

Message :
From a thousand fond memories of the late maestro Chuck Estes, I offer this tidbit: in high school, CE was a topflight bottle cap flipper... his from-behind-the-back windup and release ensured an awesome, arching projectile delivery with each and every launch. Poetry in motion!

By : Lora Summerwill
Email : not given/invalid
Date/Time : 3/30/2006 4:12:21 PM

Message :
Paul and the Spoon are the glue that hold the 60's generation of SHHS together.God love him. Lolly

By : Paul Saevig, '67
Date/Time : 3/30/2006 12:14:22 AM

Message :
Chuck Estes was a gifted storyteller and collected hundreds of them. One was from his earliest days in the Lancer band, with mischievous classmate Gilbert Sanchez. It seems when Leland was absent, the same substitute teacher came, "a big, loud Irish guy we didn't like". One morning when Chuck came to class, Gilbert told him there would be surprise. "Watch the podium," he said. This substitute had the habit of leaning his great weight on the podium as he talked. Sure enough, the class began and he leaned way, way out. Chuck guessed what would happen. Suddenly the podium collapsed under the substitute's weight, and he did a mighty slapstick tumble on desks where kids sat. "We laughed for 10 minutes straight!" Chuck said, and relived it by laughing again until his face turned red. "Gilbert was in back and laughed as hard as anyone." (NOTE: Nobody was hurt.)

Around that same time, Chuck said, the Soupy Sales phenomenon flooded SHHS. In some classes, kids only wanted to talk about Soupy and not the teacher. Chuck said, "One Monday we came in after a great pie fight and everybody in that room wanted to talk about it. The teacher was cool and said, 'OK, everybody. Take 2 minutes to talk about Soupy, and then we'll get started.'" Chuck loved that, but I can't remember who he said the teacher was. All I remember is it was a man.

Mr. Traylor in math? Mr. Reeder in math? Mr. Nordstrom in chemistry? Who remembers?

Chuck's dearest faculty friend of all time was the wonderful Mr. Ray Vaughan, music, chorus, band, etc. Around 1980 or 1985, Chuck ran into Mr. Vaughan in Fullerton. They talked and Mr. Vaughan mentioned a great job offer he'd had from a university. I believe Mr. Vaughan already had several health problems that would eventually take him from us.

"Well, I guess you're gonna take it?" Chuck said.

"No, not at all. No way," Mr. Vaughan said. "We're finally about to build the SHHS performing arts center on campus, the one I've been asking for for years. No, I want to stay to see that!"

Chuck loved Mr. Vaughan, and hundreds if not thousands of other Lancers did, too.

By : PETER PERRONE

Date/Time : 3/29/2006 9:15:59 PM

Message :
I WAS SAD TO HEAR OF THE PASSING OF CHUCK ESTES.THE BEST MEMORY I HAVE OF HIM IS SEEING HIM AND STEVE NOONAN PLAYING IN THE QUAD, CHUCK ON THE BASE FIDDLE AND STEVE PLAYING THE SPOONS.IT SEEMS LIKE IT WAS JUST THE OTHER DAY.I DON'T KNOW IF ANY OF MY CLASSMATES REMEMBER GRAD NIGHT AT THE CARTER BOWL.PAUL WINCHELL AND JERRY MAHONEY WERE PERFORMING THAT NIGHT AND NO ONE IN THE AUDIENCE WAS LAUGHING AT ANY OF HIS JOKES. SO HE ASKED "WHAT DO YOU WANT?" WELL I REMEMBER CHUCK SHOUTING BACK AT THE TOP OF HIS LUNGS ,"FILTH!" MR. WINCHLE WAS TAKEN BACK BY THAT RESPONCE, BUT PROCEEDED TO DELIVER WHAT WE WANTED. PLEASE DON'T TAKE OFFENCE BY MY ATTEMPT AT A BIT OF HUMOR IN THIS TIME OF SORROW. MY CONDOLENCES TO HIS FAMILY. WHAT A CHARACTER. WE WILL ALL MISS HIM.

By : Paul Saevig, '67
Date/Time : 3/28/2006 4:48:50 PM

Message :
So as not to bring up Chuck Estes, '64, and leave anyone wondering, our unique friend and a true man of music passed away Sunday, March 26, in Fullerton. I assume plans are pending for services or a memorial. Write if you're interested.

By : Janice (Brown) Buchanan '66
Date/Time : 3/23/2006 4:26:13 AM

Message :
My heartfelt prayers to Chuck and Nancy and family. May God grant peace and healing.

By : Phil Allan '66
Date/Time : 3/11/2006 9:42:43 PM

Message :
Anybody from class of "66" remember when Senior ditch day was and where it was. Terry Hackett was there. Does anyone know where Brad Littlejohn is?

By : Janice (Brown) Buchanan
Date/Time : 3/6/2006 8:22:54 PM

Message :
Really Paul, you have outdone yourself with the Spoon. A great idea to help SHHSers to keep in touch and remain young at heart. You are to be applauded!! HERE! HERE!
You old "Doll of a Guy"... thank you.
Janice Brown Buchanan

By : Darrell Albers
Date/Time : 3/5/2006 4:01:59 PM

Message :
Great site!!

By : Debbie (Soto) Haprov
Date/Time : 3/3/2006 8:39:47 PM

Message :
Hi Paul, Wow, this is a trip, I can't beleive all the information you have in your magazine! I loved all the pictures of all of our classmates! Keep up the good work. I am looking forward to reading more and more of your future Silver Spoon Magazines. I would like to ask if anyone knows where Linda Steiner ('66) lives, I grew up with her and just would like to say "Hi" I am really glad Kathie (Delahanty) Henry (my closest friend in the world) told me about you Paul.. Thanks for keeping us up on all the Kids, haha at good ole SHHS...I love it!!
'66 Rocks,
Debbie
PS see you at the reunion


By : Steve McIntire
Date/Time : 2/21/2006 8:54:51 AM

Message :
Paul...thanks for all the hard work you do.
Thanks
Steve McIntire


By : Mary Dyer Rexroth
Email : not given/invalid
Date/Time : 2/13/2006 12:24:22 AM

Message :
Paul,
Thanks for a wonderful walk down memory lane with your magazine. I now remember meeting you at the reunion. You are indeed a very busy person running the Silver Spoon. Thanks. Mary

By : terry thompson, '64
Date/Time : 2/10/2006 11:17:51 AM

Message :
great storys and tidbits about sunny hills. not sure how you got my e-mail but thanks to who ever gave it to you. i just returned from climbing mt. kilimanjaro and am now getting ready to leave in april for five and a half months to hike the pacific crest trail in april. remembering steve noonan from the quad at sunny hills playing tunes with chuck estes and the band.i have his first album. hope i can make one of your get togethers soon. i would be coming from san diego, ca. keep up the good work paul

By : Paul Saevig, '67
Date/Time : 2/7/2006 12:38:12 PM

Message :
Yes, Steve Noonan is a member of the celebrated Class of '64, known worldwide as a premium blend. I apologize for the error.

By : Larry Brehm
Date/Time : 2/7/2006 10:13:58 AM

Message :
Sorry to be missing Steve's concert. Sounds like fun. And, as for Lancers meeting last Fridays in Orange and 2nd Fridays in Newport Beach, how about 1st Fridays at Caras Riverfront Park below the Higgins St. Bridge here in Missoula, MT? I'll buy lunch the first time. After that every man for himself.

By : Paul Saevig, '67
Email : SPOONEVENTS2006@AOL.COM
Date/Time : 2/6/2006 11:22:24 PM

Message :
Classmates, please see all about the March 25, 2006 free concert with headliner STEVE NOONAN, Class of '65. All the details are below. I can't seem to copy the directions here, but if you write me, I'll send them to you. Please include the town you'll be leaving from. SEE YOU AT THE CONCERT!

By : STEVE NOONAN CONCERT STAFF
Date/Time : 2/6/2006 11:14:50 PM

Message :

STEVE NOONAN IN CONCERT

SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 2006

MUSIC BEGINS AT NOON

ADMISSION IS FREE & PARKING IS, TOO.

JOHN HAMSHAW’S HAMSHAW COUNTRY MARKET

28380 State Hwy. 74
Romoland, CA 92585
(951) 928-8107
(Directions below)

Concert Lineup:

1. A group John is contracting with now – Noon

2. Steve’s friends Beth Fitchet and Richard Stekol, former members of HONK, will perform next. (See their photos at www.willbrady.com/photos.htm & scroll down.) -- approximately 1 PM

3. Steve Noonan -- approximately 2 to 5 pm

Dennis Turner, ’67, owner of PDQ Rentals (www.pdqrentals.com/) in Santa Fe Springs, CA and an old friend of us all, has generously loaned us 200 folding chairs for this concert.

Just in case, though, bring your own chairs or maybe a blanket, even an umbrella, and a coat for late afternoon.

Plenty of superb food and drink will be available in the store to bring outside. The Hamshaw Country Market offers a delicious selection of fine produce and fruit, meats and fish, hot and cold sandwiches, salads, cheese and nuts, desserts and candies, and a selection of beverages, including a wide variety of fine wines and beers.

John’s specialty is the finest Kansas City Style Barbecued Meats West of the Mississippi. People come from all over the Western States to enjoy it.

Hamshaw Country Market is located just over 1 hour from Fullerton.

By : Julie Okey Pryor '63
Date/Time : 1/29/2006 2:07:44 PM

Message :
After consulting with my husband, Chuck Pryor (FUHS 61), I am confident to announce that the "photo" of Bastanchury Ranch was taken at aprox the location where St. Jude Hospital now stands. The view is looking toward Brea; this is determined by the position of the rising sun. Chuck was born in Fullerton and is a descendant of the Bastanchury family.

By : Julie (Okey) Pryor '63
Date/Time : 1/29/2006 1:10:53 PM

Message :
I enjoyed reading through some of the pages of my history... a wonderful set of flashbacks. Thanks for a great job.

By : Paul Saevig, '67
Date/Time : 1/28/2006 12:21:20 AM

Message :
STEVE NOONAN, '64 Lancer and Recording Artist, is coming in March to sing at the Hamshaw Country Market owned and operated by John Hamshaw, '68, in Romoland, CA. John's market will remind you all of Model Market in Ranchtown and all are welcome. We expect Lancers from all Western States and classes '62 through '69. We may also see surprise musical guests. Steve will sing solo with some brand new songs, too. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR THE EXACT DATE OF THIS MAJOR MUSICAL EVENT. Romoland is located just north of Lake Elsinore, and can be reached within an hour from Orange County. Music lovers of all ages are welcome. We hope to see you there, friends.

By : Paul Saevig, '67
Date/Time : 1/28/2006 12:14:53 AM

Message :
The SPOON Social Committee met today and Chuck Estes, '64, suggested we begin offering casual '60s Lancer meetings. All were in favor. Starting immediately, all '60s Lancers and their friends are invited to meet at Watson's Drug Store next to the Traffic Circle in Orange, every last Friday of the month from 3 PM on. Every second Friday, we'll meet at Pacific Whey on Pacific Coast Highway between Corona Del Mar and Laguna Beach, beginning at 3 PM. You may see only a few old friends, or sometimes you may see dozens of them. Come as you are and have fun.

By : Avril (Ford) Hernandez-Lupea
Date/Time : 1/22/2006 11:40:01 AM

Message :
What a great surprise! Too much fun reading about everyone from the past!! Thanks for including me... This year's '65 '66 class reunion in Sept. is open to all. Hope to see you "ALL" ...
Avril
'66

By : Cynthia Marshall
Email : not given/invalid
Date/Time : 1/13/2006 10:36:39 PM

Message :
Paul, You have done a wonderful service to keep the memories alive. I really enjoyed reading about old friends and aquaintances. I am alive and well in Fountain Valley. Anyone heard from Buck Young or Rich Smetana?
Take care, Cynthia (Cindy, now)

By : Jeff Stair
Date/Time : 1/8/2006 12:04:29 PM

Message :
As a member of the class of 66 I enjoyed the silver spoon and plan to return often. Keep up the good work.

By : Bob Kazebee '66
Date/Time : 1/7/2006 9:34:02 PM

Message :
Thanks Paul for keeping the Lancer spirit alive.


By : Terry Clark
Date/Time : 12/21/2005 8:33:26 AM

Message :
Thanks Paul for sending me the e-mail. Paul, I have enjoyed all of your efforts with the magazine, I have moved from Fullerton, down by you in Newport Beach.
Thanks again,
Terry Clark '66

By : John Meyers '64
Date/Time : 12/8/2005 8:53:48 PM

Message :
Paul,
Thanks for sending me the e-mail. Got a kick out of all the photo's - darn even had one of the Pines. I live in Washington State now and don't get back to Orange County very often. The pictures brought back a lot of memories. Thanks again.

By : Paul Saevig, '67, the editor
Date/Time : 12/6/2005 11:16:28 AM

Message :
Hello, everybody. Unfortunately, the website manager is no longer with us. We haven't been able to find a replacement yet, as of 12/05/05. We are also down to $75 in our SPOON account. To stay in touch in the meantime, please make sure I have your email address so you can receive the BULLETIN. Thank you very much and happy holidays to everyone.

By : Vern Fotheringham
Date/Time : 10/27/2005 8:59:42 PM

Message :
Paul,

What a pleasant surprise to receive your e-mail, with an introduction to the "Silver Spoon." I am sure my thanks and complements are reflected by all of us who shared the unique experience that was Sunny Hills High School.

Very best persoanl regards to all,

Vern

By : Barbara Smith Whitfield
Date/Time : 10/22/2005 1:27:59 PM

Message :
Enjoyed reading through the guestbook. Seeing phots and messages from old friends brings back great memories. Dick Lippi was a name from way back in my brain. He was a great guy. The photos are a good way to keep us in touch and fun to see.
Great job Paul. Barb

By : Janet (Settles) Holloway
Date/Time : 10/19/2005 11:18:52 AM

Message :
What a great way to find out what people are doing now. The pictures are great and bring back so many memories. It will take me a long time to read everything! Thanks Paul for sending it to me.
Ja

By : Al Herlands
Date/Time : 10/13/2005 4:13:47 PM

Message :
Thanks Paul for putting in a new start to the website.

By : Mike Nichols
Date/Time : 10/12/2005 10:59:02 AM

Message :
Hey, SHHS still lives!!! I had heard it was now part of South Korea. My dad moved out of Sunny Hills 3 years ago, so I havent been around there for years. My wife Claire (FUHS 63')and I left Fullerton in 73', move to Newport Beach, raised our 2 boys, and followed them up here to Central Oregon after they graduated from college in 93'.
Not a week goes by I dont think about the old days in Fullerton. It was a really fun town to grow up in. Remember Hillside Drive-in? Now we are enjoying our 5 grand children, and Real Estate developing with our sons here in the Bend-Redmond, Or. area. Whats up with you guys? Any body from 62',63',64' tinking about a 50th reunion.

By : Jeanina Umaña
Date/Time : 9/19/2005 11:53:27 AM

Message :
Neat to find some connection to SHHS after sooo many years! I've never forgotten my wonderful senior year there.

By : Bev Brauner '67
Date/Time : 8/16/2005 10:41:28 AM

Message :
Hello to all ....and Thank You Paul for all you efforts to keep ole friends connected in some way. As time goes on and the more stories I hear of others' high school experiences..we were all truely blessed to be part of such a dynamic school. My mom was a guidance counselor at Savanna High School in Anaheim. Recently as I was sorting all the stuff I inherited to clear out I enjoyed reading her students comments and reflections. Was everyone in the same la la land that I inhabited in high school? I really enjoyed it!! Even though I went to USC, a big name school I never felt quite the connection and fun that was high school.
I have most recently moved to the little town of Norco and throughly enjoy taking care of my horses and dogs and helping my daughter get through graduate Physician's Assistant school. When she graduates I will probably downsize and lighten the load to do more travel. Say, at the reunions and Classmates.com etc., I have never heard what happened to Julie Bomke?? We had many fun days at the beach and runnung around in her ole 1956 "the green bomb"Ford. I have never heard anything further on her other that she started pre-law @ Stanford>....?? I have posted my e-address and invite anyone to respond or say hello. Still single after all these years but enjoying life. Caring for my Alzheimer's mom and little marketing company. Recently started to import some items from China and producing my own artwork for reproduction.
Hello to all.. and thank you Paul for the often underappreciated work on this website. Bev

By : Rich Lippi
Date/Time : 8/9/2005 9:58:37 AM

Message :
Hi all!
Alive and well in Canyon Lake, CA

By : PENNY KIDWELL MORRISON
Date/Time : 7/14/2005 1:27:27 PM

Message :
Thanks for keeping me abreast of current events in the lives of many SHHS alumni. I hope to see you soon.

By : Clayton Best
Date/Time : 7/14/2005 1:07:47 PM

Message :
Enjoyed the article about Amerige Park

By : Sydney Verry Scarbrough
Date/Time : 7/14/2005 7:07:31 AM

Message :
Paul, I have enjoyed all of your efforts with the magazine, and now that Bill and I must move from Fullerton because of the crummy air, the magazine will become more important. We are moving to Prairie Grove, Arkansas, a couple of miles west of Fayetteville where the air is clean and Bill will be able to breath easier. The adult children of my cousin, Lynn Truitt Negrete (SHHS class of 1964), live where we are going.
All the best,
Sydney

By : Paul Saevig, '67
Date/Time : 7/8/2005 9:39:07 PM

Message :
Lancers and Indian guests, please sign in. It's kind of silly to maintain this Guestbook if no one signs in for 4 months.
Thank you.

By : Penny Okey Love
Date/Time : 3/10/2005 11:19:00 PM

Message :
I happened upon your web page and loved seeing photos and stories about many people I went to school with. Fun way to catch up on things.
Cheers

By : Bert Peck
Date/Time : 2/27/2005 8:47:32 AM

Message :. Jim Crawford told us about your website and it looks like a lot of fun. Thanks

By : jim crawford
Date/Time : 2/17/2005 7:37:38 PM

Message :
looking for bev porter;she married burt peck class of '63 they used to live in buena park years ago. carroll wakefield married but i don't know her married last name. she is a registered nurse and was living in the redding calif. area,jim

By : Linda Percan
Date/Time : 2/3/2005 9:41:00 PM

Message :
Paul, I am so glad that you are continuing the spoon. I know there are a LOT of us that really do appreciate the work you do and take no offense at your articles. Keep it up! ~linda

By : Dan Merritt
Date/Time : 1/10/2005 7:50:52 PM

Message :
Alive, well & living in North-Eastern California since 1974, "Live long and prosper."

By : Sherri (Walley) Dangberg
Date/Time : 12/16/2004 8:11:51 AM

Message :
Imagine my surprise to see a photo of me dancing with Terry Fitzsimmons of FUHS '64 at a Christmas dance. My friend Terry (Jelinke) Thomas told me to take a look! Wow. What a flashback. Happy Holidays! Sherri,SHHS 1965.

By : Al Herlands
Date/Time : 12/16/2004 5:11:16 AM

Message :
Happy Holidays to all from Oriental, NC.

By : Ann Knight McMillin
Date/Time : 12/15/2004 8:09:59 PM

Message :
My Sister, Bonnie Emailed me about Sandy and Rick-Congratulations,Sandy! You both look GREAT! Love ya, Annie

By : Bob Coffeen
Date/Time : 11/2/2004 3:46:37 PM

Message :
What a great surprise to find this web site. My sister Joan told me about it. I live in Huntington Beach, am married and live to golf.

By : Joan Coffeen
Date/Time : 10/30/2004 9:46:12 AM

Message :
Hi Paul,

A Class of '67 grad, I found out about the website from Barbara Whitfield. My brother, Bob is also a SHHS '62 alumni. What a fun trip down memory lane! Your articles are great and the personal notes from everyone are really fun to read. I am divorced, living in Temecula, CA and have been in real estate for nearly 18 years in the N. San Diego and Temecula areas. I a son and daughter, ages 35 and 31 and 4 grandkids. My parents sold "Irene's House of Fashion" in Fullerton many years ago and retired in Fallbrook. Mom passed away in 1998. I am glad to read about David Anderson (we grew up in the same neighborhood) and so many others having successful, creative careers in music, etc. I would love to hear from Nancy Chute, Marsha McClanahan, Martha Goldstein, Melissa Fretz, lots of others that didn't come to the 30th reunion that I attended. Anyway, thanks for contacting me and I will put the site on my "favorites". You can also visit my new web page at www.firstteam.com/joancoffeen.

Take care.


By : Rob Merritt
Date/Time : 10/25/2004 3:40:44 PM

Message :
Paul,you help us all "Be true to your school".


By : PAUL THE PUBLISHER
Email : not given/invalid
Date/Time : 10/20/2004 8:22:50 PM

Message :
PLEASE SIGN, SOMEONE! THIS GUEST PAGE IS LONELIER THAN THE MAYTAG REPAIRMAN. SADDER THAN A MIDRANGE COMPUTER SYSTEM SALESMAN IN 1988.

By : PAUL THE PUBLISHER
Email : not given/invalid
Date/Time : 10/20/2004 8:19:51 PM

Message :
LOOK, GANG! YOU CAN LEAVE A MESSAGE WITHOUT EVEN INCLUDING YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS. OR YOU COULD PUT YOUR TOWN IN, IF YOU PREFER. '64 PEOPLE, PLEASE TELL US WHAT YOU THOUGHT OF YOUR RECENT REUNION. YOU CAN WRITE A PRETTY LONG MESSAGE, TOO!

By : Diane Peterson '64
Date/Time : 8/25/2004 9:25:47 PM

Message :
Class of 64 - who is going to our reunion in Oct??


By : David Robbins
Date/Time : 8/24/2004 4:35:51 PM

Message :
You had my name on the home page recently. how did that happen? Many of our class of 62 went to Jim ( Tuffy) Steele's memorial 3 weeks ago at John Stumetz's home in La Habra. Jim Steele was our schools first running back, class of 62.Really a popular guy, loved by all.Not only did we name and pick out the mascot,(Lancers), but we picked out the school song,colors, etc. We also set some pretty high standards when it came to sports.Coach Scane. ( spelling)How should I know you Paul?I sure enjoyed reading the news. Dave Robbins (62)Hello Taffy. Taffy was at the service.

By : Andrea (Taffy Hackett) Thomas
Date/Time : 8/23/2004 2:04:01 PM

Message :
The class of 62 was a great class and we were very close. The school was much smaller so we had friends that greaduated in 63, and 64. This newsletter is great and bringing back lots of familiar names and faces. Thank you.

By : Terry Clark '66
Date/Time : 8/21/2004 9:31:45 AM

Message :
Great job Paul. Brings back a lot of good memories.

By : Barbara James FUHS '67
Date/Time : 8/20/2004 9:14:47 AM

Message :
Hi Paul,
Always enjoy reading about old friends and classmates from Richman, Maple, Nicolas etc. Even though I graduated from FUHS '67 !!!! Thanks for all your hard work, Paul!

By : Steve Sundvold '64
Date/Time : 6/29/2004 8:17:55 AM

Message :
Great job Paul. Brings back a lot of good memories.

By : Penny Kidwell Morrison
Date/Time : 4/26/2004 2:51:14 PM

Message :
Hi. Paul your doing a great job. Keep cool in this heat and out of the sun.

Penny

By : fred goddard
Date/Time : 4/10/2004 11:15:45 AM

Message :
I have just started enjoying the spoon. Thanks to all involved for your efforts. Anyone know what happened to Val Smith "68"

By : Deborah (Debbie Kramer) Sklar
Date/Time : 2/20/2004 9:20:32 AM

Message :
I just wanted to add to my message that I now live in the east and feel far away from Fullerton so it is wonderful to connect again and feel some of those old feelings but the best part is seeing people and finding out how they have progressed in their lives. Some of us are no longer on this earth and that is sad and sometimes shocking.


By : Deborah (Debbie Kramer) Sklar
Date/Time : 2/20/2004 9:12:04 AM

Message :
I went to school in Fullerton from third grade thru sophmore year. I graduated from La Habra but Fullerton is my home. I hope someone will remember me.

By : Joseph Simon
Date/Time : 2/18/2004 9:34:35 AM

Message :
Class of '66 rules! :) Great web site with even greater memories; most of them good. I'm married to my best friend, living in murrieta, have seven great kids (actually young adults, but kids makes me feel younger, and working at St Jude Medical Center in Fullerton. I just found this site thanks to Dan Kavanagh who keeps in tough with me. Thanks Dan. I hope to find where some of my old friends are via this site.

By : Barbara Smith Whitfield
Date/Time : 2/6/2004 9:57:58 AM

Message :
Paul:
I really enjoyed reading the "Remember When?" article from Janice Younger. It brought back many, many good memories of our childhood
and growing up in a simpler life and lifestyle. Having spent my first 5 years of life in the mid-west, "Catching the fireflies could happily occupy an entire evening" was so much fun and so true! Californians don't know what they missed by not experiencing fireflies as a youngster.
There isn't anything on that list that doesn't bring back great memories.
Keep up the good work Paul. I think more and more as we are getting older, we are appreciating old friends and memories you are helping us to revisit.
Barbara

By : Candice Moore Gleason '66
Date/Time : 2/3/2004 9:46:27 PM

Message :
Paul,
Thank you for this wonderful way to connect! Let me know how I can assist. I am an alum of '66 and my sister Carla is an alum of '68. I have wonderful memories of SHHS. Until June of '03 I lived in Fullerton and my two daughters Shannon '89 and Erin '92 are graduates as well. I would be happy to contribute to your costs to keep this thing alive! Let me know how to do just that. I am regularly in touch with several girlfriends. In fact, 8 of us plan to meet in Telluride, CO in September to celebrate (belatedly) our 55th birthdays. They are: Peggy Scaling (hostess), Sandy Lehmer, Linda Chapman, Becky Sessions, Ginny Austin, Ann Rodecker, Alison Privett, and ME!

By : Candice Moore Gleason "66
Date/Time : 2/3/2004 9:22:49 PM

Message :
Hello fellow Lancers from Murrieta, Ca Thank you, Paul for doing this web page! So much fun to connect.

By : The Publisher, Paul
Date/Time : 1/22/2004 1:39:05 AM

By : Candice Moore Gleason '66
Email : candycollects@comcast.net

Date/Time : 1/20/2004 8:47:42 AM
 

Jim Hawk
Message :
Graduated from SHHS in '78. Shown your site by my father (Coach Hawk). What a trip down memory lane.

By : Dana Handley (Hall)
Date/Time : 1/13/2004 10:34:09 AM

Message :
Jamie shared this with me . What a great job you've done .Thanks for all your time and efforts. Dana class of 69

By : John Tobias
Date/Time : 1/5/2004 3:50:59 PM

Message :
Paul, thanks for all your efforts to contact me. It is great to be able to hear about old friends. I am still in contact with Janet and Barbara Nicoll, Barbara Rice, Craig Smith, and Bob Boone. I will pass on to each of them this website. Again, thanks for helping us see the future through the past

By : Kathy O'Toole Friedrich
Date/Time : 12/19/2003 7:27:52 AM

Message :
I'm impressed! Nice job. Hope we get a lot of '64 friends at our reunion next year. Merry Christmas and have a great 2004 everyone!
XOXOToolie

By : Barbara (Knaup)Davis
Date/Time : 12/17/2003 9:56:48 PM

Message :
I graduated in the class of 68. Do you have any subscribers from that year?

By : Patti Steurer
Date/Time : 12/15/2003 3:37:54 PM

Message :
So happy to be found by the Spoon. Looking forward to connecting and hearing all the news from old friends in my class. I'm living in Oregon. I'm married and still use my maiden name. Still love to dance. I'm a business owner and consultant. Anybody remember the Golden Bear, Monami and the other coffee houses - Kingston Trio, Smothers Brother, Jose Feliciano - second show with his seeing eye dog under the chair and mother sitting in the front row... hummm, great memory. Bonnie, Jan, Eric, Jackson - remember hootenannys at my house? I still have a tape or two of our youthful voices somewhere around here... I think? Music was a very important part of our lives as teenagers in the 60's. Speaking of music, I highly recommend Let It Be... Naked! I enjoy musing on these old memories for the first time in years - clearing out the cobwebs in my brain - feels good! Happy Holidays!
Patti (1966) (formally Pat) Steurer

By : jon mooney
Date/Time : 12/2/2003 7:12:08 PM

Message :
very nice website and a great idea. came to it via classmates.com. still in men's clothing business since 1965; and i still enjoy it a lot!! it all started on harbor blvd (then spadra) in beautiful downtown Fullerton!!!
God bless

By : wayne & marianne seefeldt
Date/Time : 11/28/2003 8:03:33 PM

Message :
still together after 41 years of hanging out together. what can we say but it works

By : Paul Saevig, '67
Date/Time : 10/27/2003 12:09:45 PM

Message :
ANSWER TO JOHN AND ANYONE ELSE WHO HAS WONDERED: It's like in the song, "People Get Ready": "Don't need no ticket/Just step on board". Send me your e-mail address (a home address is better than work) and you are subscribed, my friend. Please, everyone, tell your SH siblings and friends and neighbors. The more the merrier at the SPOON.

By : John Robson
Date/Time : 10/27/2003 9:17:22 AM

Message :
Paul,
You are obviously very generous with your time and resources, I keep kssp seeing your name on lots of stuff associated with SHHS. How does one go about getting on the distribution list for The Spoon?

By : PETER PERRONE
Date/Time : 10/22/2003 1:32:39 PM

Message :
GREAT IDEA GUYS. BERRY PAULK,I HAVE A GREAT NEWSPAPER CLIPPING FROM THE NEWS TRIBUNE WITH CECIL CROW HANDING THE BALL OFF TO ME,WHILE YOU ARE LOOKING MAD AS HELL BECAUSE YOU'RE STARTING AT LEFT TACKLE. I SEE ALOT OF PAUL SHEPARD AT UCLA HOME GAMES. TALK ABOUT A FOOTBALL NUT. PAUL HAS MISSED 2 OR 3 GAMES IN THE LAST 3 YEARS BOTH HOME AND AWAY GAMES. I WILL SEE HIM THIS SATURDAY AT THE ARIZONA ST. GAME. WHO EVER SAID THAT THE UNIVERSITY OF SPOILED CHILDREN, COMMONLY KNOWN AS USC , WILL BEAT UCLA BY 34 POINTS? NO WAY.WRITE BACK SOON: PEPPERONI PETE

By : Jim Walker
Date/Time : 10/6/2003 1:31:02 PM

Message :
Where has the time gone and where has everyone from the class of 63 gone. Thanks to my friend Roger Naff I found the Spoon. Look forward to finding lost friends. Thanks!!

By : Bill Stull
Date/Time : 9/29/2003 12:12:10 PM

Message :
As the saying goes, If you can remember the 1960s, you probably weren't there. Paul Saevig generously reminded me that I was, in some form, there. I look forward to more "recovered memories," factual and fictitious, thanks to whatever it is they put in . . . the silver spoon.

By : Barbara Smith Whitfield
Date/Time : 9/27/2003 1:31:30 PM

Message :
Hi Paul:
Enjoyed the article on Jackson Browne. Gary and I went to his concert to support the Hillside Conversatory 9/20 in Ventura. It was
great seeing him perform and brought back many good memories knowing him in high school. I always thought he was ahead of his time in thinking about conservation and caring for mankind at such a young age. It makes me feel good to have known such a kind and "real" person and to recognize that in him way back then. (That was over 35 years ago, wow!)
Anyway, we had a great time at his concert!
Barb

By : earnie redfearn
Date/Time : 9/23/2003 11:37:04 AM

Message :
Proud to be a Lancer.

By : Roger Naff
Date/Time : 9/19/2003 12:05:26 PM

Message :
Paul -
I am recent add to the Spoon, its great as I am now getting caught up with folks I've haven't heard from in ages. And beleive me some of them have really aged!!

By : Nancy Wansor Parinello '66
Date/Time : 9/16/2003 12:10:36 AM

Message :
Paul, you're doing an excellent job here. Nice to see familiar names I haven't seen since the last reunion. Hi Kathy Delahanty and Debbie Soto. I've come home from Paris and have recently retired in Julian (San Diego mountains).

By : Diane Peterson
Date/Time : 9/11/2003 4:35:02 PM

Message :
Wow! Thanks Paul for your efforts. I'm really impressed. I have been over in Arizona for 30 years watching the asphalt liquify and thinking back to my years at the beach. Anxious to hear everything about everyone - see you at next year's reunion.

By : Barry Paulk
Date/Time : 9/8/2003 10:52:00 AM

Message :
Over the course of a few years I have reconnected with number of Lancers, sounds like a cheap wine in a brown bottle,however, it has been fun to hear how everyones lives have gone. We should have all done more planning. I spent many a summer with Brehm at 15th street and now he is rounding up doggies in Montana; talk about mid life crisis--I am probably one of the only ones of us who still has a 10 year old at home.

Barry

By : Nancy Schuth
Date/Time : 8/29/2003 10:59:33 AM

Message :
Paul had been most generous with his time and energies in putting together this site, a reminder of how lucky I was to grow up in Fullerton and attend high school at SHHS.

By : Kathie Delahanty Henry
Date/Time : 8/24/2003 11:27:39 PM

Message :
Of course I LOVE this!!!! Send emails!!! I'm in Fullerton!! Still hangin out with Debbie Soto!! Some things never change!!!

By : Larry Brehm
Date/Time : 8/7/2003 3:17:57 PM

Message :
I haven't written in a long time. Thanks again to Paul for the bulletin board. (Everyone should send him a little cash) After 39 years in and around Berkeley, Laura and I have just moved to Missoula, Montana. I'm still a practicing architect and she's Pres. of U of M Foundation. Great football seats. I'll be seeing the '64 class at next yrs. reunion. Anyone in our neighborhood, just give a hollar. We're just up the crick from the U.

By : Larry Jones
Date/Time : 8/4/2003 5:39:44 PM

Message :
Big brother, Doug, just shared SPOON with me. Great! I'll look forward to seeing more (and sharing what I can).

By : Gail Wilson Sydow
Email : not given/invalid
Date/Time : 7/28/2003 9:47:59 AM

Message :
Happy 54th birthday, Paul! May you live long and joyfully.

By : Charlie Herlands
Date/Time : 7/26/2003 12:30:56 PM

Message :
About to start my 30th year as a math professor at Richard Stockton College of NJ. Married college sweetheart in 1969; we went to grad school together at UCI, then got teaching jobs together (her Ph.D is in biology). Two boys, 26 and 28. Still playing lots of tennis, also heading a local Amnesty International chapter.

Thanks, Paul for setting up and maintaining this Web page!

By : Bob Polentz
Date/Time : 7/21/2003 9:56:52 AM

Message :
Greetings to all '64's. I am happy and well in Huntington Beach where I have been for the last 24 years. Love to hear from anybody. Hope all is well with everybody.

By : Bill Patterson
Date/Time : 7/19/2003 9:39:32 AM

Message :
Haven't been to a reunion yet, but with the Class of 64 40th coming up I am excited!!!? Old age? Nah!!!

By : Connie Chick
Date/Time : 7/18/2003 6:04:02 AM

Message :
So far and so long removed from OC scene and this site keeps me remembering and wakens some of the channels that seem to be surrounded by cobwebs. Paul, you do a great job. Where you get the desire and energy after a work day I don't know. I'd rather be running.

By : Charlie Foss '65
Date/Time : 7/14/2003 7:07:52 AM

Message :
What a great idea this page is! I learned about it from a former mate- Chuck Dell'Ario, and I'm glad he told me about it. I just saw your piece about the SHHS musicians and moticed that Mike Murphy's name was not there. Since he's one of my friends here in Sun Valley, Idaho, I'm going to call him with the spoon address, etc. The only way to get more of us viewing this page is to spread the word.

Talk to you all soon and thanks to Paul for the fabulous effort. Keep up the great work...

By : Bob Reinsch
Date/Time : 7/1/2003 9:13:47 PM

Message :
Hi everyone. The site is great; I read it regularly, and I thank Paul for all his efforts (and everyone else's) to keep the 60's spirit alive. I've already made contact with a classmate 37 years later! What a trip.

By : Bob Styron
Date/Time : 7/1/2003 1:38:33 PM

Message :
The website looks good!! Its fun to find out what has happened to people I knew FOURTY years ago!

By : Steve Blitch
Date/Time : 7/1/2003 7:52:11 AM

Message :
Hello to members of the class of '65. This is a fascinating collection of information. The idea of a virtual reunion is a much better one, for some of us, than a real one. I've seen just a couple of classmates over the years, plus a few classmates of one or another of my siblings, but I look forward to hearing about more of you through Paul's good efforts.

By : Tom Stuhley
Date/Time : 7/1/2003 6:24:30 AM

Message :
Hello to all!! I look forward to reading the Spoon emails from Paul. We all should be pleased with his dedication to Sunny Hills High School alumni I am pleased to read about fellow alumni and their happiness and life story. Tom

By : Bill Hughes
Date/Time : 6/30/2003 5:09:55 PM

Message :
Hello Paul. Newsletter Looks Great.

By : Steve McIntire
Date/Time : 6/30/2003 4:43:32 PM

Message :
Class of '67.. Love the photos.

By : Bob Reinsch
Date/Time : 6/22/2003 10:42:08 PM

Message :
Class of '66. Thanks Paul for your continued hard work every week. Hi to all Lancers

By : Chris Conradi
Date/Time : 5/3/2003 7:32:18 PM

Message :
class of 67. It's great to have a site on which to find out whats gone on with some of my old friends

By : Bud fuselier
Date/Time : 4/18/2003 10:04:49 AM

Message :
It is great to see your back on the air.

By : Catheline Garrity
Date/Time : 3/31/2003 3:51:02 AM

Message :
Its nice to connect with my former SHHS friends. Class of '69.

By : Jean Eldridge-Brickhouse
Date/Time : 3/24/2003 3:46:04 PM

Message :
Class of '65. Enjoyed the Spoon very much & hope to see future articles as good as these. Hurray for the Old Fox! Always thought what a shame to let it sit for so long. Great seeing all the pics...will check back often. Thanks Paul!

By : Barbara Smith Whitfield
Date/Time : 3/21/2003 12:22:50 PM

Message :
Paul: Congratulations on putting the "Spoon" back on-line with a new format. I like the category choices and I think we all enjoy getting updates on friends and places we have lost touch with in our memory bank. That's why the reunions are so much fun to attend and spend time with old friends and memories. It makes it seem like "yesterday" when we were in high school. You have done a great job and we all appreciate your efforts. If it wasn't for you where would old friends have connected?

Thanks for your continued effort to keep us in touch. Barbara


By : Wayne Foss
Date/Time : 3/20/2003 9:15:39 AM

Message :
Class of 1964. Great job Paul. Like some members of my class, I really never left Fullerton! My business is still here, although I have lived in Irvine for 27 years.

By : Chuck Estes '64
Date/Time : 3/17/2003 8:49:27 PM

Message :
This website is a great idea -- would love to hear from everybody I ever knew

By : Susan Chow (Fraser)
Date/Time : 3/17/2003 12:15:41 PM

Message :
'67 - Great job Paul! I'll have to send this website to my brother, Rik Fraser '66.

By : Linda Callen (Percan)
Date/Time : 3/17/2003 11:45:25 AM

Message :
Good job! The new website is easy to navigate and quite will done. I really enjoyed looking at the pictures of former classmates.

By : Terry Clark
Date/Time : 3/17/2003 8:25:15 AM

Message :
Class of 1966. Thank for all your work on this project.Hope to send some photos soon.

By : Elisabeth
Date/Time : 3/10/2003 10:18:39 PM

Message :
Wow, this is neat! Thanks, Paul!

By : Thomas Relth
Date/Time : 2/23/2003 8:26:16 PM

Message :
Greetings to class of 1966.
Thanks, for putting this site together.
Tom

By : Bob Tyma
Date/Time : 2/21/2003 10:43:20 AM

Message :
I want to thank you for publishing the spoon. Being retired, it brings back good memories of the SHHS days. The waterpolo picture mentioned Rob Merritt in the picture, it was Russ not Rob.

By : Debbie Weber (Riddle)
Date/Time : 2/20/2003 8:21:24 PM

Message :
This is great..I haven't been in touch with anyone from SHHS over the years. I might go to a reunion now that I am inspired.

By : Steve Riddle
Date/Time : 2/19/2003 7:08:45 AM

Message :
cool site... lot's of information...

By : Donna Brown Hooker
Date/Time : 2/17/2003 6:28:43 PM

Message :
This is one time I am thrilled that my children were not at home this evening! I have thoroughly enjoyed my first visit to this wonderful site! I have laughed until my sides hurtand smiled more than I have in a long time! Such, wonderful, warm memories this visit has stirred within my heart and soul! Thank you all for a great evening of memories! I will be back for more!

By : David R. Allan
Date/Time : 2/15/2003 3:49:09 PM

Message :
As Rick has said This is great. As the sun in my life is now a little past noon. It is nice to remember those days when we thought we had the world by the tail. Keep up the good work, and I would like to thank Chris Creson for the artical about the Volcans. Also thanks to Carl Wesely for sending it to Becky who Forarded it to me.
David R. Allan

By : Rick Stiefel
Date/Time : 2/13/2003 1:02:38 PM

Message :
Hey Paul This is great. I moved back to Fullerton a couple of years ago and it is a lot of fun seeing old friends. Hope anybody comming to Fullerton will get in touch and we can laugh about old times.(Class of 65)

By : tom gruenberg
Date/Time : 2/10/2003 8:25:38 PM

Message :
Class of 66, seems like only 20 years not 37! There must be at least 10 of us still living in Fullerton. I never really left SHHS son Gavin class of 94 son Justin 97 kept me involved with Lancer Pride.

By : Cat Hawkins (Cogan)
Date/Time : 1/24/2003 8:15:41 PM

Message :
It was a big mistake to have missed the reunion!! So much to catch up on....so much to go forward on....

By : Kathy Harris (Windsor)
Date/Time : 1/24/2003 12:01:40 PM

Message :
Leslie Hoag (Hope) forwarded this to me from Gary Fuller. I didn't know many on your site except Terry Hackett, of course! Good for you for keeping the spirit of the 60s Lancers alive and accessible. Did anyone know my brother Stan Harris?

By : Melinda Allen Burch
Date/Time : 1/23/2003 7:06:57 PM

Message :
SHHS '62. Hi to Leslie! I'm going to send this site to another grad, '67 I think. I'm sorry I couldn't make the 40th reunion last fall.

By : Leslie Commons Carabas
Date/Time : 1/20/2003 8:48:55 AM

Message :
Great to have some place to connect to Fullerton and SHHS. High school seems like a dream to me, with some nightmarish elements. Watching my kids go through high school gave me some insights into why that time was so painful and joyful all at once. Thanks for keeping up this site. P.S. You do know that there was no class of 61, I presume. We 62ers were the first and the best!

By : Dave Murphy
Date/Time : 1/19/2003 2:32:46 PM

Message :
This site is a great idea. Enjoyed visiting it!

By : Gary Fuller
Date/Time : 1/19/2003 9:05:52 AM

Message :
Anxious to spend more time on this site. Thxs to the contributors and editors

By : John Privett
Date/Time : 1/13/2003 8:08:37 AM

Message :
Love to hear from some of the 64 class.

By : Dawn Parrett Thurston
Date/Time : 1/11/2003 5:12:56 PM

Message :
Your newsletter made me remember things I hadn't thought about for a very long time--good things. Thanks for all of your hard work! (Class of '65)

By : Kathy Gibson
Date/Time : 1/7/2003 6:26:53 PM

Message :
This is such a great idea, Paul! Thank you for doing this.

By : Doug Jones
Date/Time : 1/2/2003 11:04:52 AM

Message :
Nice work, Paul. Great fun exploring the site. I'll be back often.

By : John Neeleman
Date/Time : 12/20/2002 10:15:11 AM

Message :
Hey Larry, I keep forgetting my email in these forms.. so here it is.

By : Kathy Crum Sommer
Date/Time : 12/20/2002 10:04:47 AM

Message :
Hi from Cincinnati OH - glorious in the winter!

By : cheri jewett
Date/Time : 12/18/2002 1:24:26 PM

Message :
This is great Paul, I am impressed with all the work you have done,your website is very informative, and extremely interesting! I have sent it on to various people, most who graduated from FUHS during my time. Cheri Jewett class of 1960 FUHS

By : Larry Brehm
Date/Time : 12/18/2002 10:53:19 AM

Message :
John Neeleman! Friggin' Butterflier!! It's been 38 years. What's your email address? Still swimming? (Thanks Paul for being a resilient bulletin board/go between.)

By : John Neeleman
Email : not given/invalid
Date/Time : 12/14/2002 9:39:13 AM

Message :
What a great idea! Thanks Paul, and I'm looking forward to reading all the past and future issues.


By : connie (KONI) fleming
Email : not given/invalid
Date/Time : 12/13/2002 1:29:53 PM

Message :
HI YA like your jokes!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By : Penny Kidwell
Date/Time : 12/6/2002 6:36:21 AM

Message :
Hey Paul and hello to all who read this. I am saddened that I could not make it to the 35th class reunion, but this is the next best thing----or maybe even better if it lets us keep in touch with each other over the next 35 years! Hope I will make it to the next reunion and I hope that is not too far wayway. People not found that I would love to hear from like Jan Bauer, Wendy Walker, Pam Weaver, Terry Pultz, Kay Wilbanks, Jim Walraven, and how about the Hattelburg twins? May the Lord always shine on you and may you always give Him thanks because he is glorious. Penny

By : Rich Kaufman
Date/Time : 11/29/2002 11:54:08 PM

Message :
Creative,entertaining and enlightening.Keep the light shining.

By : Chris Creson
Date/Time : 11/27/2002 11:59:32 AM

Message :
Paul — Becky (Ray) Hall said you were looking for info on SHHS car clubs. I wrote you a brief piece about my club The Vulcans. I hope you enjoy it. I just want to say "Hi!" to all my friends from the class of '64. Also, a "How YOU doin'" to the girls in the class of '66, who used to be too young for me... You're not anymore! I really look forward to reading more about all my old pals, who pop up with regularity on the SH Spoon site. Nice job, Paul.

By : Karen Freer
Date/Time : 11/15/2002 7:39:22 PM

Message :
Paul - what an amazing work of art - you need to do something like this for Buena Park High - my alma mater. Jack Hopps get in touch with me - same with Bill Merriam. Paul you have been a wonderful new friend. Thanks again. I will keep in touch. Oh yeah Hello to crazy red faced Chris Saltzman

By : John Hamshaw
Date/Time : 11/15/2002 4:42:48 PM

Message :
I'm amazed at this. Thanks Paul for a job well done.

By : Gary Ingram
Date/Time : 11/15/2002 10:58:27 AM

Message :
Looks good! I always wondered what happened to y'all. Greetings from Santa Cruz (Surf City)....

By : Connie Fleming
Date/Time : 11/14/2002 3:24:57 PM

Message :
Another Great Job Paul......I'll call you next time I am in Caly..take care

By : Paul Saevig
Date/Time : 11/9/2002 1:03:18 AM

Message :
Chuck Estes, '64, says: Hey Paul -- Hey we are in a real crunch re: the Fox -- it looks like we will have to come up with a huge amount of $$$ in a very short time (by Tuesday in fact) if the whole thing is going to stay alive. Any way you could get the word out to the SHHS troops and tell anyone who might be able to help to contact me (714)870-7620 or Jane Reifer (714) 525-3678??? We need major financial support NOW!!! Let me know and stay dry ... Chuck {NOTE: Chuck refers to our efforts to restore and renovate the Fox Fullerton Theatre -- a worthy cause. Please also see www.foxfullerton.org/ for more information] -- Paul

By : Jeff Braucht
Date/Time : 11/7/2002 1:27:02 PM

Message :
What a great service to another dysfunctional Lancer!

By : Sydney Verry Scarbrough
Date/Time : 11/3/2002 12:55:56 PM

Message :
Thank you, Paul, for all of your efforts. Sydney

By : Larry Brehm
Date/Time : 11/3/2002 7:11:20 AM

Message :
What a great surprize. Following Barney Bucheister's referral, I checked out this Guestbook and lo and behold there's Barb Smith writing in (from work) too. This is a great read, Paul. I'm sorry the Two Gary's had to meet up at Muriel Klimpel's memorial service. She was a great, and patient, lady. Those Gary's were out of control as kids. My mom wouldn't let me play with them.

By : Barbara Smith Whitfield
Date/Time : 11/2/2002 10:57:56 AM

Message :
Paul: After reading some of the guestbook notations I, too, feel such a connection to friends from the past. I have been wondering about Marty Goldstein for years and now I have her e-mail address and sent her a note today!
You are to be commended for putting together a SHHS "home base" for all of us to connect to.

After our 35th reunion I think many of us realized the importance of friends, current and past, and keeping in touch.

Gary and I met up with a friend we haven't seen in 35 years by hearing about a memorial service. Gary Klimpel and Gary Whitfield were best friends through junior and high school. What a great reunion of friendship that was, and what a surprise!

Enough rambling.

Barbara Smith Whitfield

By : jim bucheister
Date/Time : 11/1/2002 10:34:31 AM

Message :
Larry Brehm tipped me to your magazine. I shall return. Thanks and nice to be back at SHHS - class of '64 too cool.

By : Marty Goldstein Humphrey
Date/Time : 10/29/2002 5:10:29 AM

Message :
Paul, Thanks for finding me. I may have only been at SHS for my freshman year, but spent many younger years with lots of great Fullerton people.

By : Linda Percan Callen
Date/Time : 10/4/2002 5:11:35 PM

Message :
Hi Paul, Thanks for all the great work you and the staff of Spoon are doing! I was so sorry to miss the reunion but had a offer to go to the Slovak Republic that was too good to turn down. It would have been great to see many people that I've known since kindergarten at Fern Drive! Maybe next time

By : Connie Fleming
Date/Time : 10/4/2002 9:44:43 AM

Message :
Paul, I brought my own camera I will send you the negatives!!!Thanks for the award
CK

By : Tony Barr
Date/Time : 9/2/2002 2:46:17 PM

Message :
Just got directed here....feels like old times...I recently walked the SHHS campus.....Its amazing to feel those old emotions after 35 years. Look forward to the reunion..........

By : Dick Godett (1965)
Date/Time : 8/8/2002 10:23:26 AM

Message :
It was fun to look around this sight and see names I remember from SHHS.

By : Bud Fuselier
Date/Time : 8/7/2002 8:51:18 AM

Message :
After reading the comments on the issue about whether this magazine is worth while or not, i reflected and found that what i experienced at SHHS did influence my life-- so i guessI disagree with the one readers comment. Also believe that taking time of our "so called
lifes" and reflecting back is ahealthy mental activity that all should do or want to do. Paul keep up the good work,

By : Foche (Bud) Fuselier
Date/Time : 7/29/2002 5:04:21 PM

Message :
It is great to find this. Someone please send me info
on the 1967 Reunion on 21 Sept 2002 at
1618 shalimar Place
Escondido, Ca 92029

By : Susan (Fraser) Chow
Date/Time : 7/15/2002 7:07:43 PM

Message :
Thanks for the great job Paul!

By : Jeff Nix
Date/Time : 7/15/2002 4:45:18 PM

Message :
Howdy!

By : Sue Davinroy
Date/Time : 7/12/2002 11:49:34 PM

Message :
Congratuations on your new website. Of course I will join in on the fun!

By : Diane Dykes Silman
Date/Time : 7/10/2002 8:17:49 PM

Message :
This is great!

By : Lora Summerwill
Date/Time : 7/10/2002 12:07:55 AM

Message :
There is a TV show called "Appraise It!" The show features a man named Steve Walker. Does anyone know if he was a SHHS grad? He looks so familar to
me..

By : Lora Beaman Summerwill
Date/Time : 7/4/2002 8:23:57 AM

Message :
Without sounding trite, I found the Spoon delightful. I would delight in receiving monthly updates. After graduation in 1964, I move to Iowa and I did not return to my High School roots until my 25 Th. class reunion. I still marvel about what warm feelings and what a sense of connection that I feel with my SHHS friends.
My mother, a Wilshire Junior High English and Home Economics teacher died in April. Perhaps some of her students from 1960 and on at SHHS remember her. She loved teaching and taught her entire life. Mother lived in California for 15 year and in 1975 moved back to her hometown in Mt Ayr Iowa. The second week of July, Iowa holds RAGBRAI (The Registers Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa). Thousands of bicyclists ride their bikes from the Nebraska border to the Mississippi River. In the late 70's RAGBRAI went through Mt Ayr, right past mother's home. Mother was up early that day sitting in her yard waving to all the bikers as they past. Imagine her surprise when one of her Junior High Students yelled to her, " is that you Mrs. Beaman, I would recognize your voice anywhere". What a small wold this is. The Internet allows us to be even more connected to our friends and family. Thank you for a wonderful Spoon.

By : Paul S. Nash
Date/Time : 7/3/2002 7:42:24 PM

Message :
Keep it up, Paul!

By : Carl Wesely
Date/Time : 6/30/2002 5:38:11 PM

Message :
Looks great,hope it continues and grows.

By : Sue Gorrindo
Date/Time : 6/29/2002 9:58:47 PM

Message :
Finally got here :-)

By : Tom Allen '64
Date/Time : 6/27/2002 1:07:11 PM

Message :
What a great piece of HTML, Paul!

By : Barry Paulk
Date/Time : 6/27/2002 8:23:53 AM

Message :
How do I send a picture that was just sent to me. It is a bunch of the boys drinking in T.J.
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Decenber 2022: These Lancers have died since 2002-2006, along with others gone in the years since graduation:

 

Darrell Albers, ‘65

Chris Creson, ‘64

Chuck Estes, ’64

Gary Fuller, ’62

Bud Fuselier, ’67

Sue Gorrindo, ’64

Andrea (Taffy) Hackett, ’64

 John Hamshaw, ’69

Deborah Kramer Sklar, ’65

Dave Murphy, ’66

 Pete Perrone, ’64

John Privett, ‘65

Becky Ray Hall, ‘64

 

You’ll find all or almost all of their obituaries on ALL OBITUARIES, on the menu.

If other Lancers have died but have no SPOON obituary, please send us their names and links to their obituaries.

These old friends, neighbors, classmates, teammates, brothers, sisters, cousins, sometimes husbands or wives or in-laws may be gone, but none are ever forgotten among us. Never.

We hold them in our hearts.