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06/15/09 06:08 PM #54    

Janis (Jan) Andersen Havens

Maybe it's just "wishful thinking."

06/16/09 06:23 AM #55    

Roger Arens

Thanks Jan, for bringing me back down to earth!

06/17/09 08:57 AM #56    

Janis (Jan) Andersen Havens

Well, if there is such a thing as "selective memory," surely there must also be "selective vision." Works for me, anyway!

06/17/09 02:58 PM #57    

Judith Lynne Hubner

You all are great at finding people. I commend your effort and success. Since you are so good, has anyone heard about Joan Ludlow or been in touch with her??Look forward to your reply. I will also search. Judy

06/17/09 03:15 PM #58    

Barbara Elmquist Stouffer

My search has turned up Joan Ludlow Hinman in Lincoln, CA
I remembered her Mother worked at school and found a phone number for her and called. Joan has info on website.

06/18/09 03:51 PM #59    

Janis (Jan) Andersen Havens

Just me again, but I just took another look at the "Who's Coming List," and am hoping that the other "maybe's" will keep checking the web page, and when they see just how many are attending, and who they are, and "maybe" will change their mind and show up!

06/24/09 03:43 PM #60    

Karen Young Fuller

Judie and Diane.
The memorbelia table sounds like a good idea, I'll bring some things. The only problem is that I can only be there for the Friday afternoon/evening gathering. Can we have a table set up there???......Let me know!

I also have pictures from 1st grade thru 6th grade at Mayfield school............

06/25/09 05:40 AM #61    

Billie Jo Johnson Cravello

Ellen, with all your help with this reunion, you should be attending. We will miss you.

06/25/09 12:00 PM #62    

Sandy Collins Hoopes

We ar missing Joan Moodie, she is in the year book however not in classmate profiles?

06/28/09 11:02 AM #63    

Janis (Jan) Andersen Havens

Do you think she left later in the year?

06/29/09 06:24 PM #64    

Sandy Collins Hoopes

as I remember Joan Moodie married Denny corbalini (sp) he was a cop in P.A. I think. Grad night Joan Moodie, Ellen Woomer and I think one more girl; went out and then to the beach the next day..

07/23/09 09:29 AM #65    

Judie Sherwood Elliott

The reunion was SUPER. So nice seeing old friends/classmates. Thank you Jim & Nancy and Diane. The Web site really helped a lot. Jim & Nancy your on site work was outstanding.
KUDOS to everyone who had anything to do with a great week-end.
Judie

12/19/09 09:22 AM #66    

Kathy Schroyer Hubbard

Merry Christmas to all my wonderful classmates and your families.
I hate to say this because time moves fast enough as it is but healthwise I am glad to see this year end. It has been a fairly bad year for me but I am happy to tell ya'll that two weeks ago my prayers were answered and we finely found the right combination of meds for me and for the first time in a very long time I feel pretty good. I need both knees replaced and minor back surgery done but part of my pain problems are from a very simple surgery that my surgeon botched and I am now very frightened of having any more surgeries. So as long as I can keep the pain bearable I am going to put it off. I am so thankful that 25 years ago my Lord gave me a sit down job, one that I love, so I am able to still work. Mother worked until she was 71 and I'm gonna out do her. She, by the way, is still on Moreno Avenue and doing very well for being 88 years young.
And weather wise I hope 2010 is better for us. We live on the highest hill in Atlanta but our back yard slopes down towards the back of the house and with the HEAVY rains we had, for the first time since we moved in this house in 1972, we got flooded, TWICE!!! The first time was not to bad and we were able to save the flooring but the ground was so soaked when we got the 8 inches in 3 hours the rain had no place else to go but in our house. We are now walking on our foundation and of course we don't want to put new flooring down until we can get the back yard graded cause we certainly do not want this to happen again. And of course, living on a hill which is not in a flood zone, we have no flood insurance! Hey, does anyone know when we get to the golden years? I think I must have slept through mine:)
Our oldest granddaughter got married (beautiful wedding) so now we have two wonderful grandsons. He teaches and coaches at the middle school and she is still going to college so she can teach.
Harvey's PSA count is still low so what cancer they could not remove is not growing. Thank you Lord.
I always tell my daughter-n-laws they need to be with their Mom's on the actual holiday so our family will get together New Years weekend. I am on vacation the last week of this year so that will work out great.
Diane: Thanks so much for all you do to keep this web site going. You are a woman of great strength. I know I speak for all my classmates. We appreciate you very much!
Again, I pray each and every one of you have a very blessed Christmas. Remember, HE is the reason for this beautiful season!
Much love to all of you. Kathy

12/19/09 03:10 PM #67    

Janis (Jan) Andersen Havens

Well, this is really the lazy way out, but I do want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, and a new year filled with good times, and good health.

I had every intention of making some sort of card for all, but here we are and it is still undone.

Winter got off to a slow start here, but has more than made up for it. Plenty of snow/ice, lots of low temps day and night, and lots of people who haven't a clue how to drive in these conditions. We have had several bad accidents involving people who just aren't prepared for conditions here. Most were just enough to give them a bad scare, but there were a couple that involved Life Flights to other hospitals. Thankfully all but one came through OK.

It is a beautiful place, but sight-seeing is for those who are not in motion on the roadways.

I wish all of you who are traveling, a safe trip to your destination and home again.

Jan

12/19/09 03:28 PM #68    

Judie Sherwood Elliott

We survived 2009 and are looking forward to a healthy 2010. It has been a busy time since the reunion. Another cancer surgery for my 89 year old mother in August, our first grandson born in September, a busy work project in October, a 90th birthday party for my mother and Thanksgiving in November and now to December. We are planning on driving back to Las Vegas (we were there earlier this month for the rodeo), where our daughter, husband and their children live, for Christmas. Looking forward to some warmer weather. Northern Nevada got dumped on two weeks ago (very unusual)and we are still driving in slush, ice and snow piled in the yards and some unplowed roads.
It was so great seeing so many of you at the reunion. Seems like just yesterday. It has been fun keeping in contact via email with former classmates. Thanks Diane for keeping us all in contact via the web.
Wishing you all Happy, Healthy, Holidays.
Judie (Sherwood) Elliott

12/22/09 03:13 PM #69    

Barbara Bailey Laird

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE....LET THE SOLSTICE BEGIN......

12/24/09 01:21 PM #70    

Barbara Elmquist Stouffer

To all my classmates and their families I wish you a Very
Merry Christmas and a Wonderful New Year. 2009 has been quite a year and I hope 2010 will even be better.
Christmas Love to all. Barbara

01/02/10 11:52 AM #71    

 

Winston Chew

HI READERS - I WISH YOU ALL THAT WHAT EVER HAPPENS IN 2010 - YOU WILL ACCEPT IT AND HAVE THE ABILITY TO COPE WITH IT - GOOD OR BAD - YOUR ATTITUDE HAS A LOT TO AFFECT THE RESULTS - THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES - LIVE FOR THE NOW - HOPE FOR FUTURE - KNOW THAT GOD IS ALWAYS HERE AND HE IS ALWAYS IN CONTROL - KNOW HIM AND YOU WILL KNOW PEACE - AS ONE OF MY DAUGHTER INLAWS SAYS " THATS MY STORY AND I AM STICKING BY IT " I TOO HAVE MUCH TO SAY ---------------------- WINSTON : ) <><

01/04/10 04:04 PM #72    

Sandra Hunt Gordon

I also want to wish you all a Happy New Year. I had a great time at the Reunion, continued on from there for a two day visit with my brother and his wife (Mike and Sherry Hunt), I drove to Redding to see my Grandchildren, then back to San Jose to meet my sister in the San Jose Airport, we both caught a plane to San Diego where we visited my niece and her twins for their third birthday. The weather was hot in all those places, I was grateful to drive back to Oregon...nice cool, green, Oregon...my son had moved to Oregon in May, he worked on remodeling my garage into an apartment for himself...took about 5 months.. I left again in October to go on a 14 day cruise to the Black Sea, Greece, Turkey, Ukraine, etc. Wonderful time, went with a small group of people from Newport Oregon. Mostly women, several were widows like me. Came back home to a completed remodel. It has been nice having my son near by, he is adjusting to cooler weather. He is a contractor, with a license in California...will be getting his license here. I decided not to drive to California for Christmas holidays. Lots of snow in the mountains, I decided to fly to San Jose for 4 days. My brother has a yearly Christmas luncheon, so got to see alot of my nieces, nephews, etc. Came home to have Christmas with my son. So, now we are into 2010...now sure what this year will hold for me, but always have a positive attitude...Take Care....Sandy

02/23/10 11:27 AM #73    

Kathy Schroyer Hubbard

Wanted to let ya'll know that I just received a very sad note from Chris (George) Carver. Her Mother passed away Sunday the 21st. Exactly a week before Chris's 68th birthday. Remember her in your prayers. Kathy

05/07/10 06:44 PM #74    

Barbara Elmquist Stouffer

To all the moms, grandmothers, and great grandmothers, I wish you a very happy Mother's Day.

Barbara


08/31/10 11:28 AM #75    

 

Winston Chew

HI  ALL  -  AHHH  LIFE  IS  SO  FUN  !!   JUST  BEARLY  MAKING  IT  TO  THE  END  OF  THE  MONTH  (  TODAY  )  -  PENNIES  INSTEAD  OF  DOLLARS  -  TOMORROW  IS  PAY DAY  FROM PENSIONS  .  THEN  BILLS  CAN  BE PAID  .  THE  WEEDS  NEED  TO  BE  CUT  DOWN  AND  PUT  OUT  FRONT  FOR  PICKUP  TOMORROW  AND  THE  WEATHER  IS  NICE  .  WINSTON  : ) <><


04/22/11 05:30 PM #76    

Barbara Elmquist Stouffer

Frank Ratliff, 85, a former Palo Alto high-school teacher(Cubberley) died March 29, 2011 after a short illness.

A memorial service will be held Saturday May 7, 2011 at Unity Church, 3391 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, at 11AM.  This information comes from the Palo Alto Weekly I received today.


02/20/13 11:33 AM #77    

 

Mikell Kilburn

Hi, Mikell here.  If you want to get a hold of me, I am still in Chico.  I still own the Body Resort and thankfully busy.  I also have a Facebook page, for me and the business.  I hope to hear from you all.

Love and Light.

Mikell


10/21/13 11:41 PM #78    

 

Winston Chew

Hi all - guess what I Just found !- this site .  Winston  : ) <><

Cel 408-355-3553.    You can call any time .  Winstonfchew@sbcglobal.net


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