"Here's some 50's Elvis" "The KING"
Name: Lori Padelford () on Wednesday, July 19, 2000 at 00:45:03
City and State: Waysouthofhaytown
Message: Hi everybody! How have all of you been? Can't wait for the Foster's run. Missed the last Pink's run. Eddie Braun so nice to hear from you again. Have you talked to Don lately? I have tried to email him and call him but no response. I hope everything is okay with them. Let me know okay? Judy B. I still have the pictures of Andy and will return them to you at Fosters. And a last request as usual.....Where are all the 80's people and any word on a reunion for class of 81?? Nite all. Lori
Name: Anita Young () on Wednesday, July 19, 2000 at 00:20:46
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City and State: Newberg, OR
Message: Kelly Currie and Judy Wudy: Well, my sister's era's were the flip and bouffant's and beehive and teased era, but Kelly asked specifically what kind of doo did we all have....well, let's see...in my freshman year, a short shag that was to my shoulders, and from then on, it was a various variation of the Farrah Fawcett wings type of thing ( as my brother Mike used to call it, the Paul McCartney and Wings look...lol!). Now that I think of it, Mike just had the guy winged version of mine. And, hey, he even used to wear platform shoes! Remember when guys used to do that in the 70's? No big deal for women, but guys did, too. I used to think that was so funny! = )
Name: Sherry Wingo () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 23:58:45
City and State: Haw. Ca.
Message: Please tell Dr. Vicky Estrada how very proud I am of her. That took alot of hard work on her part. I also read about Meredith McRaes' passing. I was surprised to hear she lived in Manhattan Beach. She was very talented. Again congratulations to Vicky from a fellow '64' classmate.
Name: Elizabeth Estrada () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 22:35:40
City and State: Redondo Beach
Message: I've been a little busy with the big party for sister Vicky. Ruth Kara, I'm so sorry you weren't in town for this one. There were 135 people, a band and a great caterer who bar-b-qued the yummiest chicken and tri-tip. The musicians really blew the house down. It was so much work for everyone involved but well worth it. Karen Orenberger class of '64 made it....Karen? Are you here? I love you. Thank you so much for coming. Dr. Vicky was thrilled to see you and so were all the sisters. I danced my ass off but it came back the next day, bummer. On a sad note... A dear friend of mine passed away last week. You guys probably remember her from the TV show "Petticoat Junction" Merideth MacRae. She was a beautiful, sweet, and generous woman. I will miss her very much. Say a prayer, will ya? And to all you Cougs who've asked about me, I'm still here, and thanks for asking. I'll be at Fosters for Cruise Night without my lowrider hair-do. Back then I wore a fall and a cascade at the same time. BIG HAIR. False eyelashes too. My Gawd, I hope nobody has pics of that scene. I cruised with the Artie Verduzco's car club. What was the name of that club? Gotta go. See ya soon! The Goddess
Name: Dewey () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 22:25:31
Message: OK as I promised here are the photos from the river over the 4th, here is Dale, Melanie and me at the Rio.
Dale wanted to show us some of his handy work in the boat this is proof that Dale can make a MEAN! Beer margarita.
Now like I said we never did meet up Alan but you could see his house from the Rio. So we drove the boat over and knocked on the door but no one answered but we could hear a party going on in the back, we peeked over the fence and LOOK AT THE POOL THIS GUY HAS!
Name: Blake Withell () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 22:21:06
City and State: Toronto Canada
Message: J Baker: Car Clubs how about Chevies Inc. and Fords LTD. Also G Lents said he was coming up here with some hockey teams but he has yet to let me know when he will be in town. Hurry Gary it's 80 degrees and the ice on the lake is starting to melt. Oh, they probably didn't tell you that we only play on natural surfaces up here.
And I was a member in good standing in Chevies INC too. How did that one get away? Thanks Blake......
Name: Judy DeGrazia Blomsterberg () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 21:47:18
Maiden: sheudy (not sheila) noodleman
City and State: Torrance, CA
Message: I'm taking my life in my hands entering this feedback.. I wrote the King this morning and told him that I'd give permission for him to put in another one of those butt ugly-no makeup-hair in a knot-in Maui pics if it would spice up CT a little. (my new husband loves seeing those pics on the internet so that his family, that I've never met, can see how lucky he is) Oiy~~ Seems like a lot of the regulars are on vacation..or just not aware that "CRUISE NIGHT" is coming up..It's been a great year King John.. and this time I don't have to starch & iron my bra into a point..as the girls stand at attention by themselves since the surgery. Hey ROWDY Kelly Currie..I was a hairdresser for 20 years..so here's some doo names: pageboy fluff - flip - french twist & pettishue curls with little spiral pearls and sequins - beehive (with bees) the brush up - buns - ponytails - cascades - Italian tops - pixie - batman bangs (with a point between the eyes) - v or w necklines - *duck's ass - *flat top - *jelly roll -*mohawk - *all held together with pink or blue butch wax in a jar crew cut - gypsy - bubble - sassoon cuts - the wedge - oh ya..all you early 60's gals will remember going for the side wing with glitter sprinkled down the middle for the proms.. and we gals held it all together at night with toilet paper rolled around our heads..and scotch tape on our bangs. (boy did we ever look like a horses ass) There.. I feel better. I was getting CT withdrawals. whew!! OK Marsha Russell Hood & Maureen Manning Desmore, you both went to beauty school..your turn~~~~ To my bud, Linda Christian..glad to hear the wedding was a success..now back to "normal" life.. congrats. I hear Janny in the kitchen telling me that dinner is ready..(told you all I knew what I was doing) so I'm outta here. Cornish game hens and asparagus tonight.. Ah, it's good to be ROWDY QUEEN! Now.. once more for Alan Hauge...I'm off like a prom dress. Judy Wudy DeGrazia Blomsterberg aka: Sheudy in disguise.
Hey Judy, We don't want to run the Blomsterbergs back to the Nordic region with that other "Not So Flattering" picture of you. Yahno I tried to burn it.......... it wouldn't burn.
How bout Dippity Doo??
Name: Donna () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 20:47:12
City and State: La Palma, Ca.
Message: Hey John B. I'm glad you put up Tom's picture. Had I seen it before I would have known him when I saw him. He hasn't changed at all in 40 years. Tom I think Wayne could really dress up your Nomad with some (G rated) designs. Wayne doesn't do the other kind. I guess Wayne and I will be getting our HHS t-shirts. We're always doing something on the week-ends and you never know who we might bump into. Betty, Donna G, Jeanne B, John C, Linda D, and Elizabeth (The Goddess), and the rest of you "69ers", What's happening??????? See you all at Fosters, on the 5th. Be a coug; write in!!!!!!!!!!!!
Let's here it 69ers......where are you all??!!
Name: Kelley () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 20:25:58
City and State: Coos Bay, Or
Message: I've been thinking lately about hair do's. I mean there names. Duck tail, pageboy, flip, beehive, french twist, butch, jellyroll. Can anyone else think of some. Where did these names come from? Aren't they funny?! Which hair do did yall have. I had a flip, tried the french twist it always fell out. oh the ole pony tail, pig tail, Help me out here, you guys too.
Spit Curls, Bouffant, Ratted, Teased, Coiffure, and my favorite, Flat Top.
Name: Linda Kristof () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 19:10:36
City and State: Kansas City, Mo
Message: Hello all, Just thought to look through the feedback and see what I missed the last few days. Our daughter Deana Rynell married Jeffery Cox on Saturday night in what can only be described as a fairy tale wedding. Hawthorne High School was well represented as many of our friends and family flew to KC to "prop" Steve and I up. Here is a list of attendees: Debbie Christian Beahm and Family ('68), Paula Christian Dunn and Steven Dunn & Family (72), Betty Zywiciel Schodt and husband Ron, ('64) Linda Dawson Dietrich ('69) Leonard Dietrich LHS ('62). Raymond Dawson and Family ('75). Plus greatest of all, my parents were able to join us even though their health hasn't been good.
Also wanted to comment on Myrna Bell's Aunt's narrative. "Once upon a time," I spoke to an old neighbor who was a teen during WWII. She told of being home alone one evening, on York Avenue. She heard a low flying aircraft go over the house and then shots fired from the airport. Later she learned that a Japanese Zero aircraft had flown over the city! Now that sounds scary. Hope other Cougars can dig deeply and come up with more of this kind of history. It is fascinating. I always wanted to probe into Hawthorne's roots, but didn't know how to go about it. As far as I know, there is no Historical Society represented.
Regarding the '64 Hawthorne Intermediate pic, isn't the top left fella with the dark hair called Albert? I will have to dig up my old Intermediate annual.
Thanks for the great forum! Everything is always so much fun to read.
Where has Judy De Grazia Blomsterberg been the last couple of weeks? Miss her sense of humor.
Hi Linda and congrats to your daughter on her nuptials. Sounds like a very good Cougar turnout for that one.
I don't know about the Albert guy but maybe someone can confirm it.
Now, about our Rowdy Queen. I happen to know that she'll be chiming in tonight.
Say hi to Steve from all of us and thanks for the note.
Name: Dennis Campbell () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 16:16:25
City and State: Mission Viejo Ca.
Message: Hey Gary Mykannen, call me back as I lost your phone number. I have someone that is looking for Larry Poke and you said he was living over in Arizona somewhere. Please send me his e-mail address or phone number ok buddy! Like you said lets do lunch someday real soon. You're only a hop skip and a jump away.
Name: Tom Burroughs () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 14:29:49
City and State: Prescott AZ
Message: It`s a small world after all!! Man, those Cougar's are everywhere!! While at the Pomona swap meet/car show Sat. afternoon these two kids come over & ask me if I went to HHS. I was wearing my HHS car show shirt at the time. The girl want`s to know when I graduated. Now John you have put up my pic. with cap & gown on two different feedback`s. I mean wouldn`t you think they would have recognized me from my pic. Geez it`s only been a little over 40 years? Oh well, I then realized I was talking to CT`s own famous Wayne Dickey & Donna Wright! Can you just imagine how excited I was, & me without my autograph book. We must have gone on about our past for a couple of hours. Fun kid`s I really enjoyed it! Wayne said he could take my plain dull old Chevy Nomad & make it even cooler than the 51 Merc. I had in highschool. I`ll get back to you on that Wayne! The last time I checked the alumni list for 1958 I think I saw 5 stars. Bummer! I think some of you closet Cougars need to jump in to this place John has created for us! Come on rev those engines & smoke those tires! Just do it!! To Suzie, was your brother the same Ronny Curtis that threw the almost unhittable fastball!! He was some kind of pitcher! Cruise Night 2000. Be there or be square! TB from AZ
Tom, DON'T LET WAYNE TOUCH THE NOMAD!!! See, I told you if you wear your Cougartown (Car Show) Tshirt, you'll get picked out of a crowd. See you all on Cruise Night.
Name: Eddie Braun () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 14:06:07
City and State: Manhattan Beach, Ca
Message: Hello all, took me a few days to read all the posts, seems like alot of old timers have written quite a bit, makes me feel much younger, i love it.....ROBERT HALL, read your post, yea im around although im often out of town, or the country with work. call me anytime Robert, would love to see you after all these years. email me w your number, ill call you right back. LORI PADELFORD, how are you my dear, thanks for the kind words, hope things are well w you. DON DALLONS hey, how are you buddy, havnt spoken to you in a while, call me, you can go to work w me again, boy do i have a hellofa car wreck to do soon, so you can go w me and watch me do some damage, you know gotta keep wifey in comfort. KEITH JONES how are you? i saw KURT MORLOCK of all people the other day, drove by my moms house to visit, and along comes KURT driving by. KEITH, email me w you number as im always out in vegas, ill call. i was out there every other day for a while on a crappy new series called "THE STRIP", for fox tv, but i guess only about 4 people in indonesia watched it so fox pulled the plug after about 6 episodes, but it was great to work in vegas. at the end of the year KEITH, we are going to do another movie called "RUSH HOUR II" w Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, out there in vegas so maybe ill get to see you KEITH, so get hold of me. Hello to LORI AHRENS hope things are well w you, hey LORI do you talk much w KARINA ENTENMANN, please tell her hello for me, or give her my email and tell her to get hold of me, thanks. take care all.....Eddie
Name: Wayne Dickey () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 09:08:43
City and State: La Palma, Calif.
Message: In my last message I forgot to mention that Terry Leeper (63) was also at the swap meet. Sorry Terry that I didn't get to talk with you very much. Next time! To all the class of "69". Where have all of you been. Betty, Lupi, John C., Bill S., Charlie F., Linda, the Goddess and many more? I know that not everyone is on vacation, so let's here from all of you. Let the class of "69" be heard!
Name: Suzette Pierson () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 08:55:21
Message: I went to Hawthorne my Freshman year 1964- transfered to L.H.S. My older brother graduated in 1957 from H.H.S. Ron Curtis.
Hi Suzette, Thanks for checking in and if you attended HHS then add your name to the alumni list.
Name: Dan Johnson () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 00:30:36
Message: You're right John. I'll take my narrow musical tastes and leave them off the feedback page (except when put in parens while discussing something relevant)
Name: mike angle () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 00:18:00
City and State: aloha, oregon
Message: Hi everybody... It's been a while since I've checked in. Just read the note from Ruthy Kara, a play mate, neighbor (her big sis was my baby sitter). A big and long lost hello to you!!
Chris (my wife of 3+ decades) and I will be attending "Hot August Nights" in Reno and will be leaving Reno on Thursday, August third. A day on the road would get us just about to Hawthorne blvd and 120th around 20:00 hours. What time did you say the Fosters cruise starts and is it on Friday the 4th or Saturday the 5th?
Anyway...Hi Ruthie! Nice to connect to the way distant past and a bonified east sider (right next the the fence that separated Hawthorne from Morningside, the last little white house on the left, next door to the Dies, next to the Browns, next to the Angles, et all on 117th, east of Doty.
Hey Mike, We'll see you at Fosters on Saturday, the 5th of August. Thanks for the note and I wish I was going to HAN with you. Been trying for that one for years. Maybe next year.
Name: Anita Young () on Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 00:10:42
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City and State: Newberg, OR
Message: John, sorry about that! Just some people tee me off about how they can't have an open mind...but here is an HHS thing...Karen Kristch....I remember you, don't know if you do me...we graduated same year. I think it's so cool that you are going into veterinary medicine. I have a sister-in-law who is a vet in New Mexico and a good friend who helps run a vets office and assists in some operations. I love animals too death, but get too personally involved. I would cry my eyes out and get totally depressed if an animal died or had to be put to sleep. So, you go girl! Someone has to have the guts to do the job and do it right! Besides, working on animals can't be too different from studying and working on humans in the medical field, can it? ( or is it...you tell me). Anyways, damn proud of you and U.C. Davis...good place to go to school.
Name: Anita Young () on Monday, July 17, 2000 at 23:44:44
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City and State: Newberg, OR
Message: Dan: Who says I only like jazz or new age? Unlike you, I like a lot of different kinds of music, depends on my mood. I'm not stuck in any one mode. That's like saying I only like Chocolate ice cream, sometimes, I want butter pecan or vanilla, know what I mean? Just wanted to let some people in on some cool BB's is all. And anyways, Dan, music is an individual thing anyways, very subjective. To each their own...I like Pink Floyd,too, but prefer their stuff that hasn't been played to death on the radio God knows how many times into perpetuity! One can only take so much of that! Radio has made me so sick of a lot of bands I used to like...expand your horizons, Dan. And the WAVE...that is not representative of REAL jazz! Go listen to the Rippingtons or Spryo Gyra, the Yellowjackets, Larry Carlton, etc. Kenny G is not jazz!
Very good, but what does this have to do with HHS or Hawthorne?? I've been getting lots of email lately saying that the Feedback Page has turned into nothing but a "Chat Room". I'm starting to agree.
Name: Dan Johnson () on Monday, July 17, 2000 at 22:01:46
City and State: LA
Message: Anita: Hi, I'm Dan Johnson. Although we were a year apart, I don't believe we ever met. Re: your comments on Craig Chaquico, music is inherently subjective. Some people prefer Slash over Guns & Roses, others prefer Phil Collins over Genesis, some people prefer Metallica with hair over Metallica without. I much prefer Craig with Jefferson Starship (I mean, Ride the Tiger? It doesn't get much better than that -- and he was what, 17 at that point?). Actually, I put on the "Wave" as background at work because it does not distract me the way music I'm really into does. I actually kinda like Ottmar Liebert. But I will always remain a headbanging, hard rocker at heart (after all our class voted Rush as favorite band). But I'm glad to see that you are as passionate about the music you like as I am about mine. (Which One's Pink? has just booked a free show at the House of Blues on 9/15/2000 @ 11:00 pm -- make plans NOW)
another FREE commercial Dan??.......... I think you could have emailed this one to her.
Name: Dan Johnson () on Monday, July 17, 2000 at 21:51:36
City and State: Back in Los Angeles
Message: Karen Kristch -- didn't I run into you in an elevator in the Administration Building of California State University, Sacramento in about 1979ish? I know I ran into some HHS alum who lived in Davis -- how many can there be?
Name: Reuel Callahan () on Monday, July 17, 2000 at 21:45:33
City and State: Westlake Village, Ca.
Message: Wayne Dickey, How is Artie? Artie and I were in the band together and boy let me tell you he was one hell of a drummer! Taught me a heck of a lot.
Name: Wayne Dickey () on Monday, July 17, 2000 at 20:49:12
City and State: La Palma
Message: I just had to share my Hawthorne alumni week end with everyone. Friday I have drinks with Artie Verdusco (67), and Tim Awain (67). While there we talk to Frank Lucio (67), and Thom Wilson (67). It was great talking about old times again. Sunday when Donna and I were at the Pomona Swap Meet, she tells me that she thought she saw some one wearing a Hawthorne Car show shirt. So we went back over and low and behold it was Tom Burrough (58). And boy did we have alot to talk about!!!!!!!!!! Tom can talk more in person then on feedback! And also for those of you who thought lowriding began in the 60's, Tom was probably the first lowrider in Hawthorne. If not he had a good looking Merc. So those of you who haven't purchased your Hawthorne shirts, do it now and be seen. Because you never know who you will see wearing one. That's what I call a Hawthorne weekend.
Great stuff Wayne. Tom, You never spoke of your low-riding days. Bob Fraser and I were talking about the old Hawthorne car clubs of the 50's and 60's. The Toucans, The Rituals, The Rod Benders, The Villagers, to name a few. Can anyone add to this list?
Name: Gina Peck () on Monday, July 17, 2000 at 17:10:49
City and State: Los Angeles, CA
Message: Christine Baird - The Gods are trying to tell you something...COME HOME!!!! What the hell is a Coug doing living in Texas anyway? It just aint natural. You are craving the sea breeze (and the smell of El Segundo) and you know it. Give up! It's a temperate 76 today.
Name: Gina Peck () on Monday, July 17, 2000 at 17:05:04
City and State: Los Angeles, CA
Message: Hey Myrna, thanks for the flash of Aunt Agnes's notebooks!! You really should get those published. I have a client who is an author (she really has books on the shelf at all the book stores!!), if you would like I could ask her to call you. I think that would be MUCH more interesting to read in a high school class than some of the stuff. Let's see....which class did we read books in? Am I losing my mind? I can't seem to remember things these days. A note to all the Desert tortoise lovers of Cougartown, Fiesty the tortoise has a "live-in" love machine. "Mr. T" the tortoise moved in yesterday and he's trailing her around the formal rose garden....it's only a matter of time before the "wild thing" occurs. I can't wait for the eggs to hatch!!
Name: Dennis Campbell () on Monday, July 17, 2000 at 16:30:17
City and State: Mission Viejo Ca.
Message: Hey John where is everyone on vacation? Now I can see why you took off for the weekend! Well Paco Duran and I played a little golf this weekend and he kicked my you know what all over the course kinda like when we were in Mr. P's class so long ago in 7th grade. Paco was real good at miniature golf for sure way back then. All this guy does any more is live to play golf I'll pay you off next weekend Paco! Later Coug's
Hey Dennis, I thought you weren't going to be in town until Tuesday? Janet and I wanted to get together with you and Eileen this weekend. How about next weekend?