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DEE WEST, '64 on February 2, 2011 at 6:18 PM said:

This was the best years of my life, wish it could have stayed the same, but I love what I am doing now, living in Texas and riding horses and living out my dreams.
Paul Saevig, '67 on January 29, 2011 at 11:21 AM said:

Done, Annette.
Annette Scholz on January 24, 2011 at 8:43 PM said:

I was hoping you could pass my info on to Inars Agrums.. It's been a long time and our daughters go to school together! Thank you!


Perry Morgan III, '66 on October 26, 2010 at 10:49 PM said:

Check out my art work on outsiderart.info, and say hey on on Facebook Perry W. Morgan III would like to hear from you, hope all is well with you all
patricia kieley carabba williams, '66 on October 8, 2010 at 8:42 PM said:

i worked in palo alto for 5 years in the 70's and for two years lived in the santa cruz mountains in ben lomond. that was my drive home and my relaxing time. whata beautiful drive. still one of my favorite places i ever lived.

[Patricia is referring to a photo of the Santa Cruz Mountains we published. Thank you, Patricia. - ED]
Charlie Hale, '66 on September 8, 2010 at 12:52 PM said:

Happy Birthday,Pigpen!
Paul Willis, '63 on August 31, 2010 at 3:30 AM said:

Thanks for the note on my Facebook page. I have just spent a block of time consuming the various delights of this site. Thanks for all the effort. I was noticing the lack of speech and Drama images. I will trove through whats left of my archive (somewhat diminished when I moved to New Zealand).
I remember three teachers especially in my time. Two of them left shortly after I did , but their impact on me and the school were great. They were Mrs Johnson the very intense Drama (English) teacher, Mr Topper Smith, the Speech teacher and Mr Micheal Xavier Corraido, an English teacher. I would love to hear if anyone know anything about their late lives.
patricia (kieley) carabba williams, '66 on August 29, 2010 at 8:59 PM said:

i loved your pictures of places. i remember being by the snack bar north of the quad when the announcement came on that jfk had been shot. being a selfish teenager i was upset that retail would be closed that friday. however after watching the news and the shooting of lee harvey oswald i actually realized that this was important. a few years later i actually was in my car leaving the hotel shortly after rfk was shot.
i think the romantic house on fern drive may have belonged to our minister at the presbyterian church. both my parents dream houses were on fern between grandview and richman. we lived on cerritos right across the street from the scotts.
i believe coach hawk lived on cerritos too. i remember when i was taking drivers ed with my friend and we drove by his house and he had this little black car and she was making fun of it;said it looked like something out of a cartoon and i think it was coach martin and he told her it was coach hawk's car.she was so embarassed.
of course balboa island has good memories because i lived there before fullerton and my father had a men's clothing store there later.
as far as coyotes my youngest son cody was chased by a pack of coyotes when he was riding his bike in the early evening north of orangethorpe and off of van buren so it is not just pets they go after. i always made sure i walked with a flashlight when i was visiting. we have lots of horses here although i never had anything to do with them in fullerton. enjoy your site.
Pat Hawk '69 on August 27, 2010 at 3:11 PM said:

I went to an outdoor Jackson Browne concert this summer in Jacksonville Oregon. My Dad, Russ Hawk, asked me to give him a note saying hello and congratulations on a fine career. I gave the note to a stage hand figuring it would disappear. About three songs into the concert, he announced he'd been given a note from his high school track coach, and "if you're out there Coach hawk, come back stage". The next day, Jackson was in Eugene for a concert and called Dad at home. It just happened to be his 87th birthday. It was all very cool.
Bill Hughes "65" on August 25, 2010 at 7:21 AM said:

Hello Paul:
It was great to see you again. Our lunch at Pacific Whey was good but talking about old times and old friends was better.
Take care my friend. My prayers go out to your Mom. Hope she is doing better.
See ya next trip to California.
Charlie Hale, '66 on July 28, 2010 at 10:03 AM said:

Happy Birthday Paul.
Dave Murphy on July 10, 2010 at 9:21 AM said:

I enjoyed the article on Beckman. My father worked for him during WWII and in 1953 we moved from Pasadena to Brea when he was transfered to the new plant in Fullerton. My father worked for Beckman for 20 years before retiring in the early 60's. Beckman was quite a guy. I ran into him and Mabel at a thrift shop in Costa Mesa in the early 80's. Hard to believe that they shopped there but I talked to him and he remembered my dad.
Paul Saevig, '67 on June 30, 2010 at 9:41 PM said:

What page are you referring to, Craig? What's the title of it?

I'll get to it! Thanks for your correction!

Take care! Send more photos! OK? Later!

P.S. Would you consider a donation to the SPOON, Craig? We're flat busted! Thanks!
Craig Hargesheimer, '68 on June 30, 2010 at 2:49 AM said:

Picture 15 0f 26. I ( Craig Hargesheimer) graduated from SHHS in 1968, not 1969. The picture is of my wife Joanne ( from New Zealand) and our 2 daughters. Pam Richardson class of 1965 and is married to my brother Dean Hargesheimer, class of 12969. Please correct this eror,!
Thank you !!
marianne luther seefeldt, '67 on May 14, 2010 at 6:22 PM said:

my sister Susan Luther ('64) worked at fox fullerton. she even married the manager of the show, jerry willis. i used to get to sneak behind the counter and get my own popcorn with lots of butter

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