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......back to the 50's with some early rock..... Chuck Berry

Name: Nancy Hastreiter () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 21:38:46
Maiden: Nelms
Class: 65
Message: We dated 3 weeks and have been married 33 years!
Congratulations to you Nancy. Very big accomplishment.

Name: joseph mailander () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 21:33:24
Class: 75
Message:As for the recent and uniquely irritating suggestions that I might also be employing the altogether tedious monikers of Leroy, Royal, or any other weary doppelganger cyberids, suffice it to say that I am to my discredit far too egotistical to permit something I have seen fit to write stand at this or any other website with an attribution of any name other than my true given one. While I am on the subject of identity, however, have I ever told you about the time I discovered that Ted's felt it necessary to claim that he had never even heard of Mario Estolano? Ah, but that involved, convoluted, and altogether engrossing tale is for another day... Gioia to his credit is also correct in asserting that I have never been near a Beulah, nor for that matter any woman whose cognomen we might more likely attribute to a demimonde than a debutante. Which somehow brings to mind a slogan, not just for this website but for many: Cougartown dotcom--You can't blame the flame if the moth flies too close. --joseph et al. :
OK.... ready, set, everyone to your F&W's. The first one back with the answer to whatever the hell Joe just said gets a free T-shirt.
Hey Joe, I like the last line. It's the only one I understand.......I think.

Name: EL ROJO () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 21:00:06
E-Mail: I-DY-HO
Maiden: YOU KNOW
Message: OK, you folks! Is this T-Shirt thing a done deal, or what? Or, can the masses submit an entry to this thing? JB, should we submit an entry to you through "scanner" or "fax" or tell you our ideas on the "air". I am curious. I have an "idea" I would like to put forth. Very simple, very matter of fact, that would tie all COUGS together forever. Would appreciate your response. Thanks EL AND ID QUEEN.MAY THE COUGAR BE WITH YOU!
Why did you stop? Speak to us....

Name: Robin Northup () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 20:27:41
Maiden: MacLean
Class: 69
Message: Back to slogans. This is the only one that comes to mind from the ole days ........ sin, sex, beer and wine, we're the class of '69. We must have really thought that we were hot. Ha! Ha!

Name: Frank Romano () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 19:53:10
Class: 1961
Message: Now we have coug's doubting the names of legends. Royal Lord, Robin Hood ... I'm not sure when Kelly Green moved away, but I think he was with us at Intermediate. Ricki aka V1 do you remember Kelly? Robin I really enjoyed the El Camino archery class story. I'm sure you could do volumes on those kinds of incidents. JB...a question for the Royal Baker. Does the cake need a butter cream fosting or will a simple ganache work? JB. Would a slogan page be a pain?
Frank, I had it with a frosting, and without a frosting. It's good either way.
Butter cream frosting??......Ganache?? I'm from Hawthorne here.
I will put up a slogan page and let everyone know what we have so far. Thanks Frank . . . . .

Name: Cheryl () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 19:46:49
Class: 62
Message: Here's a good slogan...
HHS ALUMNI (stolen from Bonnie Cozby)
SCHOOL SPIRIT LIVES ON (stolen from David Barboza)

Name: Billy Cusac () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 18:02:44
Class: 65
Message: Hi, Im still alive and living in South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
Bill Cusac
P.O. Box 16133
South Lake Tahoe, Ca. 96151

Name: p/g () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 17:14:28
Maiden: v5-6
Class: 74/76
Message: We just can't stop ourselves. (oh, that works too, just add
1.A site for more I's -
2. Out of Site -

Name: Ted Gioia () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 17:04:59
Class: 75
Message: Can Joe Mailander really be Leroy? Based on almost 25 years of experience with Joe, I can safely say: MAILANDER IS CAPABLE OF ANYTHING!! However, I know for a fact that Joe has never been involved with any woman named Beulah. And he has always preferred modern jazz and opera, to bluegrass music. Hmmm, I share Sharon's suspicions about these other dubious names -- Royal Lord, Robin Hood, Jack Hammer. THOSE CAN'T BE FOR REAL!!! Their postings must all be part of a big conspiracy.
Ted, There's no "Deep Throat" conspiracy with the first two. I can personally lay witness to those two. Now Jack Hammer......I'm not so sure.
I think there was a John (Jack) Daniels in there somewhere too, and how about Ty Dye.

Name: JIM SLOEY () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 17:03:48
Maiden: SLOEYSTEINberg
Message: hey Litton. I know the answer to your trivia question. Nobody could see the trains for the tracks. Remember the time we went to Thrifty liquor (for you youngins it was later pizza hut now burger king) store to get who remembers what, and the engineer stopped the train right behind the liquor store and went in the store. He was ahead of us in line buying a 5th of bourbon while the train back up traffic on El Segundo. He had even made a whole in the fence so he could go in and out. I always stop look and listen around the tracks. alright so here is a new entry complete with graphics or the idea, a big locomotive lots of smoke thundering down the tracks, lots of reds and golds, with caption're always on the right track!!! WOO! WOO! No offense to the WOOs of HHS. Great people.
PRINT IT Alan. And Litton apologize for being a smart butt! Sloey

Yeah Great Idea, or we could have an airplane with the caption, "we're always flying high". Or we could have a bus with the caption, "Leave the driving to Cougartown". Or we could have a boat with th.........

Name: Robin () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 14:15:36
Maiden: Next door gardener
Class: LX

Name: Betty Rodriguez () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 14:05:17
Maiden: Kean
Class: 69
Message: Myrna-I baked the cake on Monday. My 6 yr old son has had a 1/4 lb. slice for breakfast every day. I used Duncan Hines Dark Chocolate Frosting. Mmmm, good!!!! Sis, why don't you make it for Saturday, but use white frosting? Betty

Name: Danny Litton () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 13:04:45
Class: 68
Message: To Alan Hauge: I didn't know that Little Richard was from Hawthorne.
"Forest for the Trees" Department. Why hasn't anyone mentioned that HHS is probably the only school in America with a RAILROAD running through it?

REALLY!!! Never even crossed my mind, and we Eastsiders used to hop the freight to school once in a while. Great stuff Danny . . . . .

Name: JIM SLOEY () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 11:57:49
E-Mail: castmypartasawoman?.com
Maiden: Fraulein
Class: probably not
Message: So Mom B my part was cast as a woman, what makes you think I shall wait for her to call me? If I was cast a woman I can not even imagine what you dragged into the house to be ROBIN! or boring old John. Karen, Myrna, Jake we need to start our own, we'll call it and when we have barbques everybody is invited. Did Leeroy really come? Is Joe Mailander really Leeroy? Does John really like Sally? Are we really lost in a fifth dimension, is John really Rod Sterling? Where are the Langoliers? So........... zone you decide
Who's Sally?

Name: LEEROY FELDERRUSTER () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 11:41:15
Class: 55
Message: HOWDY!
Whats a barbedqued? Tanks fer invidin me buts we's wuz outa town. Mester Baker wuz you funnin me? dat utter fella shore fel fer it. Beulah wannas to add her slogan. where nice folks make you feel at home I hadda let her typs it ord I wood shorely mes it ups good. Ands I's do taks cepshun to dat feller clls me derlict. Buts jest a littel. LEEROY FELDERRUSTER AND BEULAH

LeeRoy, If you left town last weekend, who's a watchin' our seats at Halcap?

Name: Royal Flogger () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 11:13:42
E-Mail: slogansrus
Message: Ok, here's my list for now:
1. Be there or be square.....
2. ... no whiners allowed
3. ... the coolest site around!
4. Be true to your school ...
5. .. started small, now the best Kingdom around
6. Where friendships appreciate with age ...
7. Like wine, we are better with age ...
I give up for now - that made my brain work too hard this morning. Have a good day!

Name: sharbo () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 10:29:34
E-Mail: still the same
Maiden: Nuttin Fancy
Message: Good Grief! Robin Hood, Royal Lord, and now JACK HAMMER!
Those ZANY Sixties!!!

Name: MOTHER Flogger () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 08:33:01
E-Mail: youcanrunbutyoucan'thidemr.king
Maiden: hasn't changed
Class: The year of the GREAT ones!
Message: Well Mr. King! It's a good thing I'm so far away???? Guess you better believe that now. Not being invited to the BBQ and then being slammed in print!!!! :} Mom B - did you double the cocoa in the recipe and did you use the real Best Foods? Ok, Mr. King, I know you will say hers was better, but, tell me anyway how they compared. And, Robin, like Sloey, you can bit** and complain, but the Royal Baker can't send anything to anyone without an address. For some reason I haven't figured out how to send baked goods through the e-mail configuration.
Hi Myrna "darlin", Mom B's cake was made with real mayo, and she frosted hers, and yes, she doubled the cocoa. As far as the cake was concerned, the only difference was that yours was more "brownie like". I don't know why, but probably from the difference in mayo?? Hey, I enjoyed them both and which ever way you make it, it's fantastic.
Thanks Myrna for thinking of me and you know I can't stop kidding you huh.Be a Coug . . . . .

Name: Alan Hauge () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 03:03:01
Class: 1961
Message: Dear John:
Just got back from several days of business in Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico. It took hours of reading to catch up and realize their is a T-Shirt design needed with my name on it. My first question is out of the two million slogans submitted who's going to pick the winner? The right graphic design is actually second to selecting the right slogan. Right? Anyway, I am game to design the shirts and help get them printed thru whoever you choose. It would be an honor since I did T-shirts on HHS campus starting in 1959. Is someone putting together a list of final choices for a slogan? There were many good ideas already. Let me know how I can help. And it is good to see some more 1960's join in. I did speak with Richard Little but haven't seen a message from him yet. He is a Chief of Police in a small Nebraska town. Anybody know what heppened to Jerry and Dennis Parket '60 & '61?
Let me know about the shirt design.
Alan Hauge

Hi Alan, Ricki V has initiated that task. It would be an honor for Cougartown to have shirts designed by our 2 main early 60's artists. I'll pick about 10 or 12 from the one's mentioned, and we'll vote on the those, paring them to the top 3 or 4. Ricki, you and Alan can get together on the designs, or do separate themes. It doesn't matter, as you two are the designers. I'll give this slogan thing about another week, then we'll pick. Ricki's email address is . Thanks Alan for getting involved. I'm sure you two will do us all proud. Be a Coug......

Name: Patty Valencia () on Wednesday, August 18, 1999 at 00:20:25
Class: 1974
Message: I thought I dreamed that bbq. Mom B sluggin' down the cooking sherry and attacking the next door gardener "no tengo miedo, no tengo miedo", Sue, Second Story Al and Stewey tp'ing their lovely sister Sharon's house while Allie and I tried our darndest to stop them and the rounding up of unsuspecting german tourists and forcing them to enact the roles of the royal court. WOW. Sometimes life is better than fiction. Ok slogans.
1. I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore -
2. "No tengo miedo, no tengo miedo"
3. Sesquipedality rules in
4. What do The Green Phantom, Billy the Ghost, Jack Hammer, Robin Hood and Royal Lord have in common?

Ahhhhh Geez, I love you guys MAAANN!!

Name: Kathy Stonebraker () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 23:53:18
Class: '76
Message: As a temporary royal, I would like to thank Sharon for the invite to the BBQ last Saturday. Sounds like you guys had a lot more fun than I did (but I did do over $400. on the garage sale!) Next time nothing will stop me and Killer from being there. I said "temporary royal" as I realize I am about to be dethroned by Ms. Ciampa/Walling. Speaking of Homecoming, how's the plans coming? I'm almost afraid to ask :):) but, do you need anything for the picnic?? Just let me know. I love the "Let freindship begun...." slogan but maybe we could add,
"All hail to you, hail"
with the cougar logo under it. John - I finally got to go through ALL the pictures of Foster's, and your very welcome. It was a pleasure to serve some one who has brought so much fun to so many. (How am I doing in the suck up department??) I'll see you at Homecoming.

Kathy, No need to suck up here. You are one of us. Thanks to you, Steve, Killer, and the rest, for all you've done.
I just got an email from Susan. She blocked 50 rooms at the Hacienda, which will be released October 1st. If you haven't signed up by then folks, you're on your own. I'm adding myself tomorrow. Thanks Kathy. . . . . .

Name: Alan Nelson () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 23:37:44
Class: 73
Message: Hey Jim Sloey - Thanks for the info. You seem to forget that I'm one of those "Shore Patrol" (we call ourselves Marine Enforcement Officers) that works on the Colorado River. :o) Tsk, Tsk, Tsk. -Mother Nature isn't the only one that its not nice to fool. (No, it wasn't me, I'd of seen right through ya.)

Name: Finallygotone () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 23:32:03
Class: Ifyourclasswas60wouldyoutellanyone?
Message: From Intellects to

Name: Karen () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 21:47:41
Message: To Prince Jim and Mother Flogger, Sounds to me like most of the royal court was not invited to this BBQ. I'm the angel and I was left out too, why is that. I think we should just get over it and have our own. In fact I am having lunch with a King and a Prince on Saturday, and it is not Robin. Myrna sorry your so far away, you could join us.
Thank God your so far away Myrna, or you could join us.Just kiddin' Myrn' . . . . .

Name: JIM SLOEY () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 21:13:30
Message: Mom B you are too funny. So stop, it is hard enough trying to at least stay close to the gay quiver without you coming out of no where. John is boring, I went to lunch with him he fell asleep twice----while he was talking. Friends? Friends don't let friends spend their Saturdays without a barbque, Mom. So I got a funny story, ok I say it is funny but it isn't about Robin it is about someone else but I am changing it to Robin just because of a lot of things and one of which is I am still upset about Robin picking on me today, hey if you get a call tonight at 3 Robin it is I! Anyway Robin and Gary Mykannen are at the Colorado River having a great time. They are what you may call biding in some rather strong libations. They nearly run over three or four skiers (now this is true except for Robin) when the shore patrol pulls them in. Robin tells Gary make up a name they will never know. Gary nods. What is your name they ask Robin. "Clyde Flopermeister." our Prince states in his best slur. Address. 1430 clydes drive, fountain Valley california. The officer is writing it down. Next he asks Gary and What is your name buddy. "Robin Hood. 4563 West 134th Street Hawthorne, California." They both received tickets but they are still looking for Mr. Flopermeister.

z z z z z z z

Name: Sharbo () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 20:05:26
Maiden: POTU
Class: 76
Message: You want the truth? You can't HANDLE the truth! Well, okay, here's the truth - that BBQ was my MOTHERS idea only she doesn't want anyone to know that she is lurking so she never writes in! What a change from the days when I wanted to have parties but mom wouldn't let me... now she MAKES me! So any complaints about the guest list, send directly to her. We only split the party between houses so the kids could swim while we conducted opening ceremonies by whipping up (and slugging down) about 4 pitchers of (KILLER) margaritas. Next time, I say, to heck with the BBQ, let's just have the margs and horses ovaries... kinda like a wine tasting but we'll just sample all the different tequilas... Besides, anyone with energy enough to expend on TPing an unsuspecting hosts' home (from the INSIDE no less) obviously didn't drink enough tequila... next time it's shooters, or OFF WITH YOUR HEADS! (Ah, reliving the days of my mis-spent youth!) And yes, the entire court is invited- to MOMS house...
Has anyone seen Mom's neighbor's gardener??

Name: Susan King () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 19:51:33
Maiden: Bierman
Class: 1974
Message: Geez, I feel bad now that we didn't invite the entire royal court, but as Mom pointed out today, all that curtseying and kissing of the hand crap got old so maybe that will lessen your pain a bit. The King is one tough customer....he even complained when I lent him a bed warmer (aka Stewie). Actually, the next BBQ is open to all. We missed Little Susie Ciampa and crew - hope the gang is feeling better. BUT, you should all know that we DID include you in the festivities, laughed and laughed and laughed at stories about you all. John gave up some of the royal secrets....I am making a list of those who wish to join me on a royal field trip to visit the King at his place and don't forget to bring the Charmin....!! E-Me!!
Thanks for the warning Sue. I will tie my 2 dobermans, Scarlet and Goldie, in the front yard and give them plenty of leash.

Name: Jack Hammer () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 19:10:26
Class: 68
Message: Just in case you needed another suggestion for the T shirt's design. How about scarlet and gold shirt with Hawthorne High Alumni on front and the year you graduated on the back?
Jack, sounds good except it might be too specialized. Maybe have the front silk screened, and "iron ons" for the numbers.

Name: JIM SLOEY () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 18:19:46
Message: Myrna Thanks I feel better knowing you weren't there either. With Hood and Baker there it was not the bon vivant list anyway. So John not to belabor the Bar B Que, I really wish I knew how that was spelled but not enough to Call Mailander, are we voting on the slogans or what? What is the deal huh. I do like Joyce's BUT it ain't got enough testosterone. I think that one should be on a TShirt for women, ladies girls or whatever they are calling themselves these days. For us mens how about something like Where everyone is an All
What do you think Lyman? Print them up!

I thought we'd pick about 4 good ones when we get 4 good ones and then print those up. So far I like my lovely ex wifes "Let friendship begun-stay true til the end" and the lovely V6's "Cram It Clown".
I also like "Jackrabbit Meat Is Still My Favorite Food Group"

Name: Quiver Boy () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 18:12:31
Maiden: Archer....NOT
Class: LX
Message: Amazing...JB thats a true archery story but the only 3 that ever knew it was the owner of that ugly 58 Ford, Brian Wilson and my quiver. We were actually shooting the arrows straight into the air, till they turned into little dots, then would land 15 -20 feet away.(They couldnt hit us..we were an invincible 19) This particular shot went slightly adrift...More importantly who knew that story??? Ive been hiding in Oregon all these years fearing Barry Sheck would pull some DNA off that arrow and Id be on "Americas Most Wanted" on any given Sat night...Myrna if you would have sent me the cupcake I asked for,your invite would have been mailed...And Sloey dont think I dont remember those 3:00AM calls...Thats when you were chainsawed out of the family tree and I had to answer at breakfast as to why I only got late night calls from guys..Thanks Tambo..
Well I have to confess, it was Brian who told it to me at the BBQ last Saturday. Jim, you missed quite a shindig.

Name: Beverly Bierman () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 19:28:26
Maiden: Mom "B"
Class: All First
Message:You royals did not miss a thing. John likes to mingle with the common folk occasionally and as it turns out he is really quite boring, and we will certainly not waste our time doing anything like that again and anyway, you WERE there. We went around the neighborHOOD and collected a motley crew to stand in for the royal court with a rope around your necks and a name tag attached...Royal Princes, Royal Flogger, Royal Cake Baker, Royal Lord, One Princess standing in for Gloria...(he was so cute, Gloria). They were not fed but they sure could drink a lot...sorta like those educators. That girl playing Sloey was so darn mad that we almost let her go but we kept her to the bitter end. Jim, I think she knows that you are a lawyer so if she contacts you be sure and tell her that we are your friends. Next party's at John's house.
Mom B

BORING!!!??? Well I guess I was boring by Mom B's standards. I was so embarrassed for the poor Bierman girls as Mom "B" got whacked on cooking sherry in the middle of the afternoon, hopped the back fence, grabbed the weed whacker from the hands of the neighbor's gardener, and yelled LAMBADA!!! All I could hear were these horrifying screams and Mom "B" yelling "No Tengo Miedo, No Tengo Miedo" as they disappeared around the far side of the house. Man, those people are scary......

Name: Royal Flogger () on Tuesday, August 17, 1999 at 16:31:19
E-Mail: leftofftheinvitelistalso
Message: Hey Sloey - don't believe everything our King says! I wasn't invited to the royal bbq either. By the way, the cake is turning to brick, waiting for an address! If I'm chat with classmates, can I possibly be old enough to be a grandmother?
Myrna, The reason you were left off the list is because Beverly Bierman (Mom B) made the Heavenly cake for the BBQ. Sorry, but we only needed one. BTW, please send Sloey's cake to my house and I'll make sure he gets it.Thanks......

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