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Name: Jerry LaForce ~~~~~~~~~~ Sun-Feb 5, 2006, 5:11 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Fortblackmore Va.
Message: The Statute of Limitations must have expired by now, so who else has thrown a large baggie full of Mr Bubble/soap powders in the bank fountain on the corner of Hawthorne Blvd. and.... er....um..(insert clever psyops here)..you know the one. No, it couldn't have been me, I was busy shooting bottle rockets out of the ack-ack gun (under air raid siren across the street from HPD).
Name: Pat Underwood ~~~~~~~~~~ Sun-Feb 5, 2006, 4:11 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Hawthorne, Calif.
Message: So what if the Seahawks scored first, the Steelers are still going to win. John I think I can drive the 16 blocks and make Fosters during your Winter/Spring Cruise Night. Just have to make sure my wheels are charged. LOL.
Name: Walter Holt ~~~~~~~~~~ Sun-Feb 5, 2006, 2:10 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Surf City, CA
Message: Anita... Castor oil? You were lucky. My mom always brought out the Cod Liver oil...It was a miracle cure. She would bring that out and whatever I was sick from would immediately go away before I had to take any. Happy Super Bowl!! Sunday Go Whomever!! Surf was great this weekend.
Name: Anita ~~~~~~~~~~ Sun-Feb 5, 2006, 9:59 am - HHS Time
City & State: Fair Oaks, Ca
Message: Good Super Bowl Morning JB! I was just reading Jean's (c/o '68) post. Does anyone remember when they introduced the 1963 Admiral TV.....now with "Spectra Vision!"? Food for thought - was there a telethon that wiped out lumbago? Nobody complains of that anymore. Maybe that's what castor oil cured, because I never hear mothers threatening their kids with castor oil anymore. And JB - great idea on the "Cougartown Reminders" e-mail. Nice Job!
Name: Sarah Goodman ~~~~~~~~~~ Sun-Feb 5, 2006, 1:32 am - HHS Time
City & State: Bristol, VA
Message: Hello, Thank you for sending love to my Dad, Ty Goodman
Name: Pat Underwood ~~~~~~~~~~ Sat-Feb 4, 2006, 5:57 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Hawthorne, Calif.
Message: I for one can?t seem to put ?Taco Tio? and Taco Bell in the same sentence. ?Taco Tio? bad great food and their sauce was to die for. Imagine using a packet of ?Taco Tio?s? Tostado hot sauce for a bomb. You guys are so out to lunch. I don?t remember anything else from ?Taco Tio? but their ?Tostado?s?. I was such a ?Tostado? freak, four for a dollar and I was set for the night. Talk about foaming at the mouth. John, I got your e-mail from Cougartown?s upcoming events. It was nice to see future happenings in writing, more people can plan for them.
Name: Marilyn Ross ~~~~~~~~~~ Sat-Feb 4, 2006, 1:20 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Garden Grove, Ca
Message: John, I got an E-mail from you regarding cougartown. Information seems legit but I just want to verify that this is ok to take out of my junk mailbox. You can never be too careful.
Name: Jean MacErnie ~~~~~~~~~~ Sat-Feb 4, 2006, 12:42 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Albq NM
Message: Hi...Had to make a comment on color tvs. When did the first color tv come out? I think the first family on our block to have one was the Adams family. Their son Phil went to HHS. I believe he graduated in 66...not sure. Anyway, a few times we would sit on their grass and watch their tv through their big picture window in front of the house. We would only sit a minute ot 2...we didn't want to get caught! My dad bought our color tv around 1965. He was dead set about not getting one....But after he bought one and saw a football game on it....he was hooked! He was amazed at how you could really see the football...He didn't have a remote for it...he had me for that! I remember my moms old wringer washer...It pinched her fingers all the time...So my dad got her the washer and dryer...she was in heaven. We used to hang our clothes on a line. My dad installed one that hooked up to the side of the garage. You could stretch the line (about 4 of them I guess) across the other yard to a huge doll house he had built for my sister and I. It was nice cause it wasn't a permanent fixture. Last.....its always nice when the stories of the Plaza and Taco Tio resurface....Love those stories....and Safeway, Folbs Toyland etc....keep'em coming!
Name: Sue Thelen ~~~~~~~~~~ Sat-Feb 4, 2006, 6:36 am - HHS Time
City & State: Wartrace, TN
Message: Just found web site. Great job, fond memories!
Name: Pat Bush ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 10:08 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Buena park
Message: In 1972, 9 years old and playing Hawthorne American Little League on the Tigers we had pretty cool vest top uniforms an then we wore purple shirts under, and on the back of the vest in pretty big letters was our sponsers name ANDY'S TACO TIO. I kinda remember showing up in our uniforms after some games during the season and getting free food and drinks. After that year AMATO'S PIZZA was our sponsor for the next 3 years but the sponsors name were not huge on the back of the uniforms anymore. Wonder who and why that changed?? Does anyone remember why we stopped playing at Snark Field in 74? And who was Snark ???
Name: ed schatz ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 9:15 pm - HHS Time
City & State: lakewood, calif
Message: yeah, real absent, way too busy on an entire home remodel, nearly done now. oh yeah, the breakfast, need some more cougs to come, glad jan blom. posted that, come on people, get on down there, great food, great price and even better company: ME. well, two out of three. like the side by side photo postings, great idea, will need to find something recent for mine, but great job on that Johnny! See ya at the VHF Hall, and all of the cougs posting, better be there. is it time for me to light another fire???????
Name: ed schatz ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 8:22 pm - HHS Time
City & State: lakewood, ca
Message: Man alive, looks like Antonio Bay with the Fog rollin' in out here in Lakewood. Could swear I'd seen the ghosts of pirates milling about out there. Taco Tio, the best fried burritos around, bar none. My buds and I would always stop there before or after playing basketball at the old church with the lit court. I remember a gal working there asked me out to a Humble Pie/Foghat concert replete with flowers and dinner afterwards. What did I do to deserve that? Musta been the looks. Taco Tio, gone but never forgotten. Howya doin' B man.
Name: Keith D.Jones ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 8:21 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Kona, HI
Message: John how do I post a pic. I took a pic of myself today with my cell phone. I want to post it if I can.
Name: Neil Andersen ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 6:11 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Dallas,OR
Message: Today's the date the legend died. Buddy Holly, Big Bopper Richy Valens. 47 years ago today
Name: Jan Blomsterberg ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 4:29 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Hawthorne, CA
Message: CALLING ALL COUGARS...HAWTHORNE VFW POST 2075 IS CELEBRATING ITS 75TH ANNIVERSARY ON APRIL 3. WE ARE IN THE LATTER STAGES OF PLANNING PROJECTS FOR THE CELEBRATION FOR THIS DIAMOND EVENT. ONE PLAN IS TO PUT TOGETHER A HISTORY BOOK COVERING THOSE 75 YEARS. THIS PROJECT WAS PREVIOUSLY DONE AT OUR 65TH AND WE WANT TO NOW ADD THE NEXT TEN YEARS. WHAT WE ARE EXPERIENCING IS A PROBLEM WITH THE COST TO PRINT THE BOOK?BUDGETS DICTATE TO WHAT ONE CAN DO. ARE THERE ANY COUGARS OUT THERE WHO ARE IN THE PRINTING BUSINESS WHO COULD POSSIBLY HELP US OUT? TRANSLATED, THAT MEANS GIVING US A BREAK ON THE PRINTING COSTS. OR IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE WHO CAN POINT US IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION TO FIND SOMEONE WHO CAN? IF SO, PLEASE EMAIL ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org THANKS, JOHN, FOR LETTING ME USE SOME BANDWIDTH...AND WE'LL SEE YOU AND OTHERS AT THE NEXT VFW BREAKFAST (FEB 19, 9AM TO 11:30AM.)
Name: Bud Rhoades ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 2:43 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Belmont Shores
Message: Wade and I braved the elements this morning,i.e foggy golf course to finalize the plans for the 3rd annual Cougartown Classic. Here is the weekends events.
Friday night kick off party at Dori Gestones restaurant.
3rd Annual Cougartown Classic, Saturday May 20th at Costa Mesa Golf Club, Los Lagos course, same as 2004's tournament.
Party afterwards with catered lunch from The Mad Greek, cocktails and drinks available.
$100.00 all inclusive except alcoholic beverages.
I will get the address as well as the time for the Friday night event soon and post it here. I will also have a make payable name and mailing address for fees very soon as well.
There will be some suprises coming as we move ahead.
Name: lisa stucki ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 2:22 pm - HHS Time
City & State: kingman, AZ
Message: I am a friend of Diane and Danny Bellare, and I am trying to reach Diane,or Danny. Danny has remarried so if anyone can relay a message to either it would mean the world to me. I would very much like to get in touch with them since Josh has passed away, he was a cool kid, I knew him when I lived by Diane in San Marcos, he had a crush on my oldest. I will miss him. My name is Lisa Stucki and anyone with any info can e-mail me at email@example.com thanks to anyone with anything that can help me.
Name: Kathy Duran-Reese ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 12:52 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Redondo Beach
Message: Dean Stafford....And what girl didn't have a crush on him? He was ALWAYS so nice to everyone.
My sisters and I are having dinner with Ty Goodman's mom this evening. We'll keep you posted on Ty.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BARBARA!!!!
Name: Milagro Velasco ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 11:49 am - HHS Time
City & State: Riverside, CA
Message: Had to post to stay with the A's. Having a great time in Riverside. Still single, still looking for Mr. Right, I think he moved. But in the meantime, I am having a fun time. I teach middle school, can you believe me a teacher....
I love having horses, Riverside affords that.
Can't believe we are turning 50. Happy Birthday Trina and Kath, Cherie, Carrie and Vivian. The A's are turning 50....
Girls, I am looking forward to our next Bday celebration.
Name: Trina Nikolic ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 10:13 am - HHS Time
City & State: Yorba Linda, CA
Message: Hey all of you 50-year olds out there! It's weird being 50 isn't it? Thought I'd be young, longer. Still having a good time and feeling great and that's what counts. Thanks again Kath for celebrating my birthday with me. We have been the best of friends for all of these years! Can't wait to celebrate the next 50-year old birthdays coming up (Kathy Peyton & Milagro Velasco) in March. Let's go have a Botox party. ha ha See you soon girls!
Name: nick pappagiorgio ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 10:10 am - HHS Time
City & State: LV, NV
Message: Happy Birthday Trina. Kathleen,...photos?
Name: Kathleen ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 8:40 am - HHS Time
City & State: Whittier, CA
Message: Trina Rohr, Milagro Velasco and I just celebrated Trina's 50th Birthday together in December. Trina's birthday is on Christmas day so she always gets slighted on her day. I remember in high school bringing a birthday cake to school for Trina on a day that obviously wasn't her birthday just so she could feel what it was like to have a normal birthday. So here I am again picking a random day to say Happy Birthday to Trina!
Happy 50th to everyone from the class of '74 who celebrate that milestone this year!
Name: Arthur La Mere ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 8:22 am - HHS Time
City & State: Bettendorf Ia
Message: Just read Gary's feedback about Dean Stafford. I lived next door to the Staffords for many years growing up. I remember balling football in the street with him and all the kid's on the block. The night he was gunned down everyone lost a freind. I was tring to remember his girl freind she became a teacher and was my tutor after school for a year. Anyway happy week end to all.
Name: Sharon Stowe ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-Feb 3, 2006, 7:56 am - HHS Time
City & State: Lawndale, CA
Message: Taco Tio was a precurser for Taco Bell with far better tacos and burritos. I remember going there when I was very young to take piano lessons from Mrs. Walker who lived in a little house by the Plaza. Her house was built probably in the 20s. It had glass door knobs and push button light fixtures. Black for 'off' and white for 'on'. In her living room were pictures of herself as a very young woman giving recitals at the Plaza in it's 'hay day'. Her stories of the Plaza were pretty cool. I had no talent at all and never practiced but, she made it fun anyway. I remember my mom paying a dollar a lesson. Anybody out there remember taking piano lessons from Mrs. Walker?