Name: Lillian Parra ~~~~~~~~~~ Sat-May 13, 2006, 12:58 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Havasu Lake, CA
Message: 5259 W. 126th Street, Osborne 5-3883 - I was told that I had to stay in my room until I memorized my address and phone number so I guess it will stay in my brain forever - Now, I use to babysit five lovely little blonde girls; Mary Rita, Kathy, Patty, Paula and Adrienne Appleman - Mary Rita is listed in the alumni but her email doesn't work - the freeway took their home so the other girls may not have attended HHS - Where are you girls I'd love to hear from you:-)
Name: Kris Hayhurst ~~~~~~~~~~ Sat-May 13, 2006, 10:33 am - HHS Time
City & State: Killeen, TX
Message: What happened to Cheryl Carr? She was in charge of Drill Team. I heard so much about her, and my mom and my sister Meese (Mariza Ripley)'81 made bow ties from Cougarette plaid fabric for George Key and some others one year. We had a big living room, and some of the drill team would come over to rehearse on weekends. I used to join them...mocking their precision moves until her friends laughed and my sister's blood boiled. In moments of muted animosity, I remember Meese talking about Kathy Adkins and her drills; Now that second hand stuff helped me through college, so thanks, Kathy wherever you may be.
Name: Cheri Longanecker ~~~~~~~~~~ Sat-May 13, 2006, 9:20 am - HHS Time
City & State: Gig Harbor, WA
Message: I lived at 5229 W 117th St. Now the home of Hwy 105 - a freeway. I didn't recognize the area when I passed over the ole' stomping grounds using that freeway in '95. I had moved from SOCAL in '82 - things changed.
Name: Raymond Smith ~~~~~~~~~~ Sat-May 13, 2006, 7:28 am - HHS Time
City & State: Portland, OR
Message: I just tried out www.zillow.com and went to 3712 W. 116 street. Not only I saw my house but saw that they remodel the home and extended the backyard fence. I told my mom what the price is and she just about dropped her mouth($557,000)! Later I looked at my house and was pleased to see it here in Oregon and was happy to see the value of my home go up 50 grand. but the location of the home/picture was not accurate so maybe there is a ratio of error on it.
I had a conversation with a friend about turning "18" in high school and my mom was involved in the conversations when I told my mom that when I turn 18 I was writing notes to myself to excuse me from Class(Typing, 8:15 am). She had NOOOoooo idea I was doing such a thing! I told her no need to worry...I still got an A and only missed 19 days from it(20 days and I might of been dropped from class).
Name: Bonnie Lou Cozby ~~~~~~~~~~ Sat-May 13, 2006, 2:29 am - HHS Time
City & State: Ocean Park, Wa
Message: Here's our Hawthorne addresses...Charlie (and Rick) Cozby at 5135 W.133rd Street. I know Susan Morris lived down the street and Greg ('69) (shoot can't remember his last name), was right across the street. My home was 5438 W. 141st Street and we had a huge group there...Joey & Jan Spencer, Rick Grey, Clay & Paul Jordan, Gary, Eric & Nancy Koch, Robbie Walker & his brother, the Gramlichs and two more families with Cougars that I just can't remember...all between Judah & Isis! Our house was the scene of several big parties. One time a few individuals even blocked the ends of the street with cars in an effort, (I think), to keep the police at bay. It didn't work of course. My mom lives there still, but we may be selling soon and moving her in with us. I'll hate losing that last connection to my childhood.
Name: Chris Prewitt ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 10:18 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Fullerton, CA
Message: John, The nostalgia that Jerry Miles has created is great. My problem is I can't see where you are archiving the older ones! With all of the comments about them I'm sure that people who have not seen them yet would like see all of them. I think that I have missed at least one.
Name: Sharon Branigan ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 7:56 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Thousand Oaks
Message: Okay Jerry, this is the BEST video of all so far! I always WONDERED what all those weird names were... never had any idea. Swamies? Narabeen? HUH??? Tell ya, that music just get's me rockin'!
Name: Cindy Whittaker ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 6:06 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Wichita Falls TX
Message: Hawthorne addresses: ???? W 119th Place, 3723 W 119th Street, 12709 Ramona. It's insane to check out the house prices in those neighborhoods now. 3723 W 119th St isn't there anymore but I think the big palm tree still is! I'm scanning I'm scanning!
Name: Dan Johnosn ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 4:01 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Inglewood, CA
Message: JB, this blows my mind. As you may recall, my sister (and mother of three Cougars) who you met at Foster's in '05 graduated Morningside High 1969. At that time, we lived directly across the street from Center Park Elementary School (where I attended 1st through 3rd grade). I don't remember our address, but I do know that Center Park's address is 3680 W. 111th Street. That means we lived on the same block as where your Mom's house was.
Name: Dan Johnson ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 3:12 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Cabo San Lucas, BCS
Message: Paco -- The Johnson family departs for Cabo tomorrow -- let's try to hook up. "Cougar Sighting!" -- well, sort of -- at page 173 of Thursdays LA Weekly, there is a listing for a band called "Cougars" playing at Spaceland on May 16th (Mailander, you're gonna have to check that out and report back to CT on whether they are keeping the HHS spirit alive).
Name: Cindy Whittaker ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 3:06 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Wichita Falls TX
Message: John you always make me laugh out loud! Neil, wow, thanks for the information! I'm printing it out and making a shopping list... errr... after I finish these last few scanning chores. I think my extension cord will reach down that hole in the closet under the house so I can keep scanning during the worst of it. You guys will see the next tornado news story and see me flying through the sky holding my scanner tight to my chest saying noooo, I'm not done yet! Geez at least in an earthquake I'd be able to stay put and keeping working. Yikes, gotta go, next page is done! Then I'm going to watch Elvis mow his lawn next door (I'm serious - my neighbor's name is Elvis!). See Sharon, another interesting neighbor for you and Mike to make potato cannons with when you come see me here!
Name: Carolyn ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 2:11 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Ann Arbor, MI
Message: Hello Cougars, Hi, John! I haven't tuned into Cougartown in quite a while and WOW!! You've been busy. The changes you've made and the registration web site are super. Kudos to you, John, and THANK YOU for making it possible for all of us to stay in touch and walk down memory lane. Carolyn~
Name: Neil Larson ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 2:02 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Crestview, FL
Message: Class of 71 Upcoming "Multi-Class" reunion-1968 through 1974 - The location is the old Red Onion in Redondo. LOOK! If you take the "d" out of Red Onion- You have re-Onion...OR...re union?
Name: Adrianne DeAlejandro ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 1:21 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Cerritos, CA
Message: I lived at 4817 W. 129th, and my parents were always telling me to stay away from a certain part of the yard by the garage, so I always walked around it. They said it was a septic tank underneath.
Name: Howard "Paco" Duran ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 11:16 am - HHS Time
City & State: LF
Message: Bueno adiós, I'm off to Cabo! Sorry I will miss the golf tourney, I'm sure Dennis Campbell and Rich Sloan will kick grass! I've got 2 tee times so far, at Cabo Real and the country club, Just remember to hit your second ball first! Love and Cougar dust Paco
Name: Neil Larson ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 10:59 am - HHS Time
City & State: Crestview, Fl
Message: Cindy- Reference; Welcome to the South ? You have omitted several other key topics for ?things to do??It is the beginning of Hurricane Season, which means the following- SO don?t forget the following items?
2* 5 gallon cans of gas (evacuation) / 2 * 5 gallon bottles of fresh water to drink / Buy at least 2 flats of canned beans (dry goods) / Candles, flashlight, batteries, matches, charcoal briquettes / a ?to go Bag? for each member of the family, ready to throw into the car and evacuate, including zip-lock (waterproof) bag of toilet paper / At least one good spare tire, with all the roof nails flying there will be many flat tires! / ¾ inch plywood cut to fit over each window frame outside labeled & pre drilled for quick placement / Important documents located in a secure place (waterproof) to bring during evac- to claim the remains of your home after the tornado blows it all away?.vaccination records, school attendance data, insurance documents, extra eyeglasses, waterproof hand crank short wave -AM radio / Gas powered Generator with long heavy duty extension cords / Ear Plugs / Heavy duty tarps for temporary roof patches- Mosquito repellent / Sun screen, rain suit with high water boots- Stock pile of lumber / Tie downs for yard furniture & trash cans / reliable 22 cal. With ammo just incase it gets bad?. Gee Cindy this will now keep you up to speed on moving into Tornado Alley ?Welcome to Dixie!
P.S. It hasn?t even started getting really HOT yet!
Love You Lady- If you need a place to run to come on over to Florida?.
Name: Sharon Branigan ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 8:52 am - HHS Time
City & State: Thousand Oaks, CA
Message: Cindy, pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. John doesn't need those pics scanned right now anyway. You just relax for a minute.. sixty, fifty nine fifty eight..... okay, girl, BACK TO WORK!!! I remember back in the 60s we lived at 3755 W 115th, at Doty. One very wet winter a HUGE hole opened up in the backyard. Someone said it was an old septic tank. I didn't know what that was, then. I think dad tore down an old freestanding brick BBQ and filled the hole with the bricks. Anyone else have that happen?
Name: Baxter Dodd ~~~~~~~~~~ Fri-May 12, 2006, 12:05 am - HHS Time
City & State: Riverside, CA
Message: Re: El Molino = Ditto what Neil L said.
I have been hearing some disturbing news tonight about a low-life POS cruising Hawthorne looking to rob/harm school girls at gunpoint. They showed Leuzinger, Kit Carson, and a couple of other targeted ?local? schools on the news. All I have to say is DON?T MESS WITH OUR KIDS!! Hopefully they will catch this sick? uh?person soon before he can do anymore harm to these kids. Maybe it is good that there is a fence around HHS now --- Baxter
Name: Keith D. Jones ~~~~~~~~~~ Thu-May 11, 2006, 9:31 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Kona, HI
Message: Clark, that is cool about Dennis. He is one of the funniest and good friends I had while in Hawthorne. And good for Frank too. And Mike Witt good job. Man I can't wait for my trip back. I am there for 6 weeks or more depending on how much I get done. I want to see everyone. Anybody have any good Rental car connections? I will be arriving in Las Vegas the beginning of the 2nd week in August.
Name: Cindy Whittaker ~~~~~~~~~~ Thu-May 11, 2006, 9:29 pm - HHS Time
City & State: Wichita Falls TX
Message: John I'm sorry! I'm working on them now! Did I mention that since I moved here on Mar 23 I've been ripping up carpet, linoleum, more carpet, more linoleum, demolishing kitchen cabinets (I own my own mallet and crowbar now!), washing walls (3 times thanks to that stinky tenant who skipped), primering twice (is 5 gal of primer too much to use on an above garage studio apartment?), painting once, scraping glue off of wood floors, hauling junk, scraping paint, digging trenches looking for the water main, digging holes to replace broken sewer pipe (can you imagine if we hadn't discovered that now?), filling in trench when water pipe ends up being abandoned (where is that water main?), carrying old cast iron kitchen sink into house to scrub clean - those suckers are heavy!... hmmm, what else... oh yea staying up till 3am to finish designing menus for friends restaurant, business cards for other friend's biz, ad and bill inserts for company I just left in Wa, design logo and biz card for myself (anyone got a good name for my company?), job hunting, shuttling friends daughter all over town, job hunting, lawn mowing, weed pulling, squirrel catching - still haven't caught that bugger yet. And in MY house I've pulled up carpet, pulled up the tack strips, pulled up some linoleum (who covers ceramic tile with two layers of linoleum?). Oh yikes, I forgot to do my taxes, dagnabit! I can't think of anything else but I'm pretty sure there's more. Found a job today and start on Monday so between now and then I just have to finish cutting the jungle around my house, in rental I need to paint the door, window frames, scrub that fridge and tub and sink, help friend replace sewer pipe that we have to cut tomorrow, fill in BIG hole we made digging to it, hang miniblinds, clean new carpet that was laid that's been walked on with dirty feet (grrr), patch stairs, paint stairs... then go to church on Sunday and drive to Dallas (what tornadoes?) for soccer game (watch, not play, phew!). It's 11:20pm, my friend just left to pick his daughter up from dance, so I promise I will start getting those pages scanned. First I should edit some of the menu prices so I can send that along with invoice to my friend, THEN I'll scan I promise! Can I let this ice sit still on my hip for just awhile longer first? Do I need to get up early tomorrow? Oh yes, I need to take my car in and then get my insurance changed, license plates changed, and driver's license. Then buy blades for saw, come back and start the above list (from "got job" to "start on Monday"). Maybe I'll even work a little on the '76 reunion book tonight too. I'm sorry John, what was your question?