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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 49.3%


A:   187   Joined
B:   192   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

PROFILE UPDATES


•   Marjorie Duff (Taylor)  10/1
•   Rick Steinmetzer  9/29
•   Patricia McCune (Wood)  9/29
•   Don Miller  9/28
•   David Johnson  9/28
•   Alan Schultz  9/27
•   Linna Carlsen  9/26
•   Steve Favorite  9/25
•   Kathy Christopher (Stack)  9/22
•   Stephen McKenzie  9/4
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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Steve Abbott  10/7
•   Sandy Sheehan (Alexander)  10/7
•   Dean McDonald (MHS '65)  10/10
•   Hope Bonell  10/11
•   Steve Favorite  10/11
•   Kathy Christopher (Stack)  10/13
•   Stephen McKenzie  10/15
•   Robin Dodge (Lang)  10/16
•   Alan Schultz  10/17
•   Nan Karnofski (Bolton)  10/23
•   Susan Akers (Thompson)  10/30
•   Linda Bliss (Chapman)  10/30
•   James R McCann (MHS '66)  10/30
•   Vivian Riedlinger (Conley)  10/31

WHERE WE LIVE


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4 live in Alaska
11 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
8 live in California
3 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
2 live in Hawaii
5 live in Idaho
1 lives in Kentucky
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Montana
4 live in Nevada
1 lives in New Hampshire
2 live in New Mexico
2 live in North Carolina
2 live in North Dakota
1 lives in Oklahoma
14 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in South Carolina
2 live in Virginia
211 live in Washington
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Argentina
1 lives in France
1 lives in Guatemala
1 lives in New Zealand
91 location unknown
71 are deceased

WHERE ARE THEY NOW


MISSING CLASSMATES


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We have 18 stories 

as of Oct 4th

Deadline is midnight

Friday, Oct 7th

 

Good Golly Miss Molly, we are inundated with stories.   Thank you for sending these in.   Have you read these?   WOW!!  We've got another saga from Don MIller, assisted by his partner in crime, ( probably a real crime ), ... Rick Steinmetzer.   Jeannine Cook was touched on her bottom by a corpulent teacher.   I myself always avoided corpulent teachers, and no one touched my butt.  Dont' forget skinny dippin' Carolyn Rommel.   In truth, Carolyn said it wasn't really her but some other girls, .... ok, Carolyn ( wink wink nod nod ).  Really, ... I'm not making this stuff up, ... it happenedl ( Carolyn story #3, Jeannine story #17 ).   Mr. Ridge figures prominently in these stories ... he's still in our minds, ... maybe it's those weird mismatched eyes, kinda like an Australian Sheppard.  Pat McCune was spurred on by Mrs. Paris' French class, but others, ... not so much. 

You should read about Chris Simon's hilarious story about Steve Potter.   I gotta ask, ... Chris, why would you guys use Steve Potter for this?

Beer figures prominently in some of our stories, ... how to get it, ... where can we find it, ... where can we drink it, ... will it be there when we arrive, ... does Steve Favorite have any more left in the trunk of his car?    Age old questions ... it wasn't an unobtainable quest, ... as we seemed to have found it, got it, drank it, ... and as we all know, there was always beer in Favorite's trunk.  If any of you find yourself short on money for retirement, ... Dyanne Sateren forged stuff in high school, ... just sayin' ... story #8.

Here we are, just days before deadline, and our editors of Mesika, Sheila Page, and our school paper, Sue Akers, ... have not submitted a SINGLE story.  I can only think they signed a non-disclosure agreement.   Tony, these aren't enforcible after all this time, are they?   Yeah, that's what I thought.   So, no non-disclosure now.   Sheila, how do we know Diane Brooks had the prettiest eyes, ... were you a friend of Diane's?  And, what about George Heyworth, ... did he really have the sunniest smile?   I don't think so.   His smile was ok, but, ... sunniest ... seems like a stretch.  He was Homecoming King, ... did you just assume his smile was sunny?  I don't know if this got up to the high echelons of Mesika, but Sandie Larson told me, my smile was sunny.   I'd like to know who counted the votes ( obviously Sandie wasn't included ), ... was it just you?   and, who voted, again, was it just you?  Can't you send in a little story on how this all went down.   We all want to know.   Transparency is key.   What are we to think if you stonewall us?   I do agree with you, however,  ... Don Miller and Connie Klebaum had the most interesting walk, that's a valid one right there. 

But where are the rest of your stories, ...  I know O'Malley's got some, what about you, Lynn, Terri, ... got anything?

Anyway, I'm sure more stories will be coming in, ...and we'll have a survey or something out next week to determine the Best High School story.  This may be your last chance to tell your high school story, and you can spin it however you like, ... like Carolyn, ... but, as you know, we always strive for truth on this page.

 

 

 

 

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