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Name: Robin () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 16:53:20
Maiden: Moon Doggie
Class: 60
City and State: RB,CA
Message: Ya know John...If you hadn't kept your teenage looks, Janet would have thought a more mature male was perusing her purse ,and wouldn't have had to tear you a new a*****e....And should see how fast I can clean out the flower beds with no line in the weed eater...Jan...tell your wife to click on "Alumni List" and theres her old mailing list.....Moon Doggie was the first early 60s surfer my wife wouldn't date .....he drove to 26th st. and howled for 72 hrs need a new Shakespeare book...I think they forgot to color all the pages in yours....Myrna..never give out that cole slaw recipe to a stranger..can you spell Aldrich Ames??...Penny..Id give a weeks pay to see Tom Barnett dance...And last but not least...I have been nominated official greeter at the prom...So girls...Do not try and hide that booze...It can get flat embarassin'....Later Cougs..:o)

Name: Bob Poorman () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 16:26:14
Class: '77
City and State: Wayzata, MN
Message: Lyle - Just to fill in one of the trivial pursuit blanks. How about Brokaw for Mr. Somethingerother. Also, I see you're in Roswell. I married a nice Spanish Catholic girl from the big city of Espanola, NM. Not much more than a burger and gas stop on the way to Taos. We have a house in ABQ and have just sold another last month that we owned in SF (That's Santa Fe not San Francisco). I know what's a Californian doing owning property in NM and living in MN? I must have had a bout with dyslexia when I was deciding where to put down when I returned from Europe. That's not it but does make for a good story at happy hour.

Name: Mike Castro () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 15:31:32
Class: 77
City and State: gottagetbacktolax
Message: Bob P, I thought the same way you did, leaning more toward Sal than Steve R., though I did'nt hang with them other than on the footbal field. Don't think it was them, whaddya say DJ?

Name: Lyle Tucker () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 14:53:12
Class: 77
City and State: Roswell, NM
Message: Steve Rice. Wow. I haven't thought of him in forever and a day. Him, and Dobie (Gielish?). We did "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" together, with, let's see, Jill Jackson (Nurse Ratchet), Tesa Dallons (Camdy, the hooker with a heart of gold), Chris Sanford (Dr. Spivey), Leo Zaldivar (Martini), Don Somethingorother (He had only one good eye - I remember being in a car he was driving and worrying we were gonna get creamed on the side he couldn't see). Steve played McMurphy, Dobie was The Chief, and I was Mr. Harding. We had a blast. Steve always struck me as just a real nice guy. Tesa was about the sweetest girl I'd ever met. Dobie was....well, Dobie was Dobie! I got bit by the acting bug with that show, went on to do "Jesus Christ Superstar" that summer over at Leuzinger (and they even let me sing a song - hah!), and then worked for 10 years solid at the Roswell Community Little Theatre.

Name: Sharon () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 13:51:42
E-Mail: hawthornehigh66
Maiden: Moore
Class: '66
City and State: Long Beach, CA
Message: John, my husband always hands me my purse if he wants something out of it. I have never asked him to do this, it's just something he has always done. I in turn never go into his wallet. Of course, all the money is in my purse, so why bother.

Name: Elizabeth Estrada () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 13:24:04
Class: 69
Message: Now John, don't get snippy. I've had one or two men that lasted that long. It's true I get bored after a few months but those studs who made it to the six month anniversary were well rewarded. : )
I'll bet they were. Six months with "The Diz" that like.......well, riding the mechanical bull on HIGH??

Name: Myrna () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 12:33:48
E-Mail: Ithoughtididstayoutofit
Maiden: Bell
Message: I have a question! I posted some time back that I had (in his own handwriting), BBQ Pete's recipe for Cole Slaw. I received a few alumni requests for the recipe which I shared. Now for the question - I received an email from someone who "found our website while searching for cole slaw recipes" and she has asked me for it. SHOULD I SHARE IT WITH HER????
YES, why wouldn't you??

Name: Laura Porter () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 12:25:17
Maiden: Twitchell
Class: 79
City and State: Hemet CA
Message: Regarding the purse debate...I was going to add my .02 and ask if any of the guys would like their significant other digging around in their pants pockets..but then realized they probably would!...Hang in there Janet...(but wasn't it sweet that he was going to get your coffee cup, wash it AND fill it with fresh Joe!)
Sweet.....yeah real sweet I am.

Name: Mike Castro () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 11:45:51
Class: 77
Message: Dan J., With a slight twinge of regret, I must agree with you. Slipping is now my middle name, and I do not remember that night. I will say that my Sophomore year at HHS was a bummer, broke my collar bone playing Soph. football vs Morningside. Most of my time was spent at the Manhattan Beach pier after work, Babs Dairy on the corner (almost) of Inglewood and Rosecrans, no longer there. Dan, did you go with Steve and myself to hang with the Cheeks in the other HB? Huntington Beach? Do you remember one of Brian's many girlfriends, Carrie is her name. Tall, blonde, tan and gorgeous. Carrie and one of Steve's girlfriends, Lisa Eagleston, borrowed (stole) my car, 68 Camaro, for a joyride and left Steve and myself on foot for a weekend. After my initial tirade, they were scared of me for the rest of that summer. Well Dan, I guess I have selected memory.

Name: Elizabeth Estrada () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 10:52:49
Class: 69
Message: John and Janet, It is my rule that only after the six month mark of an intimate relationship is one allowed to go into my purse and only to retrieve the keys and only if for the purpose of taking care of ME! By that time in the courtship I've hidden all my secret stuff in the bottom drawer of the linen closet. But NEVER and I mean NEVER open the bathroom door when she's in there with the door closed. That's why I have a lock on mine. Don't answer my phone unless your name is on the bill and don't sleep over more than the weekend nights unless you're paying the mortgage. Simple little rules. Easy to follow. Oh yeah, one more.....put the toilet seat down! Now kiss and make up....Prom nite is around the corner.
Dizzy Lizzy, Goddess of Love Advice.

Diz', You've had a 6 month relationship??

Name: Hoody () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 10:41:10
City and State: Coos County, Oregon
Message: Dear Jonathan, WUSS??? I think not thyne Gallant Gent. Has thou never heard the term “damnedest if thou does”, damnedest if thou don’t. Buy thyne unappreciative lady a lock for thous’t shrine of things and stuffuth and let thous’t wash her own damnedest cup that no longer runuth over thyne love. Shakespeare I notuth be, but darn I love a good he/she rumble!!!
Thanketh youeth foreth youreth helpeth deareth Hoodyeth ofeth Cooseth.....

Name: Myrna Wood () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 10:36:39
Maiden: Bell
Class: 66
Message: JB and JB - I vote to stay out of this one. That probably makes me the "WUSS", John. But....... don't get into my purse without asking/telling me first!!!
I thought you were gonna stay out of this one?

Name: Judy DeGrazia-Blomsterberg () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 09:32:02
Maiden: R-E-S-P-E-C-T... gimmealittle
Class: 64
City and State: Torrance, CA
Message: Well JB2 (JANET BURKETT) I say if your man has his hands in your purse..he's up to no good.. It's not that we don't trust um, but they're just so darned adorable, but stupid.. First they "accidentally" erase your whole email address list.. so what could be next.. accidentally poisoning that much needed cup o' coffee in the morning? I happen to know that Marsha had to yank out the fishing line from her weed wacker so that Robin wouldn't leave her garden "flowerless." Men!! you have to watch um alllllll the time. I say this with much love, Janny's in the dog house. BTW, today is the first day of August and PROM NIGHT is in August.. If this keeps up, there'll be boys on the west side of the ballroom and girls on the east.. sounds a lot like a Catholic school dance. Now, don't forget that I'll be handing out some GLOW IN THE DARK ROSARIES for all those Catholic school kids showing up... Ahhhh what an incentive. Who says I don't know how to work a Prom!

Judy, thanks for smoothing it over......

Name: Bob Poorman () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 08:56:15
Class: '77
City and State: Wayzata, MN
Message: Jill & DJ - The first person that came to mind when you said BIG & CURLY HAIR was my good buddy Sal D'ericco. Haven't heard nor seen from him for too many years but understand he's working (I said working not an inmate) at Pelican Point Prison. I'm sure though that it wouldn't have been him since I was usually with him when beer was involved. Talk about hair! I think he started shaving at 6 years old and buying our beer when we were in 6th grade. Steve Rice might be a good candidate though. I had an opportunity to get together with Steve here in MN a couple years back for a beer or two and some memory lane walking. Unfortunately, haven't heard from him either for a few years. Sal, Steve and any of the old GANG if you're out there look me up. And the rest of the Class of '77, come on, let's get chatty!

Name: Lyle Tucker () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 07:46:28
Class: 77
City and State: Roswell, NM
Message: I just had a flashback that y'all might find amusing. I think it was at the beginning of '77 when the California Legislature passed that a person became a legal adult at age 18. Well, I had turned 18 in January of my Senior year, and it came down that as an adult, 18 year olders no longer needed notes from their parents when they were sick, that they could now write their own. I remember playing hooky one day and writing on the note that Lyle Tucker was absent as he had come down with a case of Bubonic Plague, but that he was returning as he had gotten better. I brought it up to that window and handed it to the poor lady who had to deal with these things. She read it, gave me the most withering look I think I've ever received, stamped it and handed it back to me with a grunt. Hah! God knows how many cockamamie excuses she ended up having to deal with!
So, are you feeling better now, Lyle??

Name: MaryAnn Patterson () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 07:27:59
Maiden: Dowell
Class: 1974
City and State: Prescott, Arizona
Thanks MaryAnn, Tom please get in touch with me. I have a question or two for you. Thanks.....

Name: Sharon MacDonald () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 07:11:10
Maiden: Badger
Class: 63
City and State: Burlington, Wisconsin
Message: I agree with JB2 about the going into the purse thing - I have trained my hubby not to go there and as they were growing up, my sons were like trained. With me its a making a mess thing. I have my purse arranged in just a certain way and if it gets unarranged, I am very unhappy! A couple of weeks ago we were driving in Illinois where they make you pay to use the roads and I asked my hubby to get my wallet out of my purse so we could pay the toll - if he could have found some tongs to use to go into my purse, he probably would have used them (it was pretty funny, really). Well, almost ready for Prom Night - got to drop my date's suit at the cleaners ....
Thanks Sharon, see you on the 18th. I won't go into her purse EVER again.

Name: Sandie Perry () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 02:18:38
Maiden: Tully
Class: 62
City and State: Henderson , Nevada
Message: I remember the dance shows in the late fifties and early sixtys because Jim Peppers and I raced out of 6th period, drove like crazy down La Brea to Hollywood to KCOP channel 13, every day to dance on them. We, along with 300 other couples from all over L.A. tried out for the Wink Martindale show and we became regular daily dancers in 1960. There were 10 regular couples chosen with guest schools joining in on different days. We started dancing on Sat. nights at P.O.P also. Then Wink left and Bob Eubanks hosted both shows. Thats when the New Beach Boys appeared, as guests, one Sat Night. P.O.P was torn down some years later. After Bob Eubanks left Lloyd Thaxton took over. We danced only a short time after Lloyd came. There were some great times from that experience. We (Regulars) made guest appearances at different High schools, recieved fan mail, and even signed autographs. Can you imagine someone cleaning out an old autograph book and saying Jim Peppers, Sandie Tully, who in the heck were they!! The only recollection of Al Jarvis I can remember was a tryout in the parking lot of Stellinos Market on Inglewood Ave. Probably for his Dance Party Show. My Brother Brian just became a Grandpa today. Ian Collin Tully. I'm still trying to get him to join us at the Prom, John. He said tonight that he would send you a check. We'll see. We can hardly wait for the 18th. Betty Bell, Judy Wudy fill your flasks. We have a rendezvous date to guzzle!!
Great story, thanks Sandie, and congrats to Brian on his Grandfatherdom. Brian, I'll be looking for your check and we'll see you both on Prom Night.

Name: Elizaabeth Estrada () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 01:17:35
Class: 69
City and State: redondocondobeach
Message: Susie Nelson, class of 1969, you old girlfriend, you. Welcome to Cougartown. It was great visiting with you and Donna Vandouris and Donna Cook on Sunday. Seeing you again after all these years (32?) brought to mind a little story about the year we were 15. I had my learners permit from the DMV but had only driven the car once or twice but only with my mother and only in a parking lot. You had a party one Friday night that ended in a few bitter words with your parents. To cheer you up Jim Doersam and I decided to take you to Mexico!. Brilliant idea! It was after midnight and Jim drove his dads car. (What the hell were we thinking?) We made it all the way to the Marine base in Oceanside when Jim was pulled over by the CHP. The officer found out that Jim didn't even have a permit let alone a license. After a little investigating it was discovered that I was the only one in the car with any kind of paper from the DMV, so I was put behind the wheel and told to take everyone back home. I've never been so afraid in my life. On a freeway, in the dark, in San Diego, at 2 AM. Yes, fifteen year olds are soooooooo stupid. How did we survive ourselves? Jim Doersam? Are you out there? John, If we aren't having brussels sprouts for dessert, could it be, dare I say it?........The dreaded cheesecake? Prom Nite is startin' to get my blood cookin. Look out. Love you guys........Dizzy Lizzy the GetAway Car Driver
Great story Liz. And yes, Cheesecake it is. See you on the 18th.

Name: Debbie () on Wednesday, August 1, 2001 at 00:23:16
Maiden: Miles
Class: 77
City and State: in a state of computer withdrawals!
Message: I'm lurking, mostly cuz the puter at home is broke, so I check in on my lunch breaks at work! Hi to all, especially '77er's!
Hi Debbie......

Name: Judy DeGrazia-Blomsterberg () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 22:24:07
Maiden: 4MoreHours..andIt'sAugust!
Class: 64
City and State: Torrance, CA
Message: PROM NIGHT UPDATE: New names added for August 18th's Prom Night list; WILLIAM YOUNG'67 coming from Ashland, Oregon (sorry Petey and're slowly losing) & GLORIA VALENCIA '76 from Las Vegas, Nevada--and PATTY VALENCIA '74 Here comes the "V GIRLS" As an added note, I got a call from Corliss Moyland and her sister Kathy today.. come on girls, I'm waiting by the mailbox... August is almost here, and so is PROM NIGHT. Now I have to go back out to the living room and make Janny feel even worse for erasing my email list..-- Hey Marsha..I think I can get a new summer fur outta this one!!
Tilly Noodleman..


Name: Jill McFarlane () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 21:59:21
E-Mail: You should know by now!
Maiden: McFarlane
Class: 77
City and State: Memory Lane
Message: Dan...Could it have been Steve Rice? If memory serves me correctly, I think you guys sort of hung out together, and besides, it sounds right up Steve's alley. That, and throwing a circuit breaker at one of my slumber parties.

Name: Judy DeGrazia-Blomsterberg () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 20:31:16
Maiden: NewEmailAddress!!!!
Class: 64
City and State: Torrance, CA
Message: Just got home from work..and what a great surprise.. my husband just got Road Runner for me and I now have a "new email address" here ya go: Did I mention that he forgot to print out my old address book first..and so if you ever want to hear from me again, please email me so I can build it back up... I'm crying as I write this feedback, but that's life.. Janny said there's a bright side to this change & that's that we can now open up PACO'S PIC in an instant...(men, what do they want) Now, regarding Moon Doggie.. how funny, my (in the doghouse) hubby just bought me the video of Gidget last let me go watch it and I'll be back...that's if he didn't delete or erase it first..
Judy Wudy..

My question is why would he mess with your address book.

Name: Susan Adams () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 20:27:30
Maiden: Nelson
Class: 1969
City and State: Anderson,Ca
Message: Hi fellow Cougars!!! I just found out about this website. I would like to hear from the class of 69 and any news of fellow classmates.
Hi Susan, Sorry about chopping off the top of your head, but that's the way I received the picture. Nevertheless, welcome to Cougartown.....

Name: Jill McFarlane () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 20:13:21
Maiden: McFarlane
Class: 1977
City and State: Mass, Confusion
Message: John...I think my dad has a scanner, and I will be seeing him this weekend, after I have scanned, what do I do? Mike C....I remember you too, and yes you are correct, I was a good friend of Steve's in our freshman year, he even gave me a hockey puck once. My friend was probably Joan Morris, and every guy who drew breath had a crush on Kristi. Keep on writing, Class of 77!
Never mind Jill, Bob Poorman beat you to it. Thanks for asking and thanks to Bob for volunteering.

Name: Dan Johnson () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 20:06:04
Class: 77
City and State: Sherman's March to the Sea went Through Atlanta
Message: John, there's no sophomore pix of Mike Castro because he spent that year at Manhattan Beach. Mike, dude, I gotta say here that you are showing signs of slipping. I tagged along with you and Steve and Brian on several occasions including the night that we were spotting for beer at Dan's Liquor in Hermosa Beach and these guys broke a beer bottle on the sidewalk and threatened to cut us up. There were about six of us there that night -- including a really large guy with curly brown hair whose name escapes me. Do you remember?

Name: walter () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 19:40:38
Class: 66
City and State: Orange,CA
Message: Ok John ... As near as I can find, Moondoggie was a fictional character from the book "Gidget" written by Frederick Kohner about his daughter Kathy when she fell in with the Malibu surf crowd back in the late 50's. She was nicknamed Gidget and the characters of moondoogie " a college drop out & "Kahuna" as anti establishment, but I couldn't find a direct link to moondoggie being any one specific surfer of malibu at the time. Kahuna was based on surfer Terry "tubesteak" tracy it seems.
Hey Walter, Thanks for trying...... anyone else have a clue where the Moon Doggie ORIGIN came from??

Name: Walter Holt () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 18:45:28
Class: 66
City and State: Orange,CA
Message: John... Moon Doggie was indeed Gidgets boyfriend & surf mentor starting with the original Gidget movie with Sandra Dee. Shoot the moon was a term we used back in the old long board days for mooning the beach. Virginia Beach is considered the Small wave capital but it can get some pretty awesome hurricane swells in the fall & winter. I surfed a couple of 18' wave days prior to & after hurricanes hitting the coast.
OK I'll buy the Shoot the Moon slang term, but we still need to know the ORIGIN of Moon Doggie. Where did his name come from??

Name: John Baker () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 18:24:14
Class: 62
Message: OK all you So Cal HHS Surfers out there. I have a question that has been asked by someone from the Virginia coast (not exactly surfer territory), and the question is:
What is the origin of "Moon Doggie". I think that was Gidget's boyfriend, but what is the ORIGIN . Also "Shoot the Moon" was brought up as a possible surfin' slang term....YES-No......What??
Thanks Cougs

Name: RAMMA LAMMA () on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 17:17:40
E-Mail: babyletmebeyourlovinteddybear
Class: putachainaroundmyneckandleadmeanywhere
Message: HEY COUGARS! 18 days till PROM NITE 2001!!! thet's only 4 days less than 2 weeks!!! GOLL#EEE! don't miss the party that night! Me and YammaLamma kin hardly wait to dance, dance, dance. And dont forgit; we got a duet to sing to ya! ohletmebe -- yourteddybear!!!! EWwwwieee!
more like, ohletmebe -- yourpilotwhale!!!!

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