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1/23/02
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PHS Bulldogs On-Line
Jan 23, 2002
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4 Bulldog alumni notes today:
Irma Kulp Zacher (60)
Linda Case Key (61)
Patti Scharf Noakes (67)
Michael Williams (70)

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From: Irma Kulp Zacher (60)

  To Lois Benson Kincaid:
  I believe that Mr. Banks passed away within the past 5 years. He was unable to come to our 35th reunion in '95, as he was very ill at that time.
  Tell your sister Betty "Hi" from Irma (Kulp) Zacher ('60). Used to play tennis with her and have also known her husband Irv Morehouse ('58) for many years, too. Betty should have some great contributions of the PHS Tennis Team sports trips out-of-town stories with Coach Gregson or The annual Gregson Surprise Birthday Party at Gregson's house, to contribute.

Irma Kulp Zacher (60)
Pasco, WA
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From: Linda Case Key (61)

  To Lois Benson Kincaid:
  Hey Lois! Wow, Mr. Banks. What a great teacher. I remember his class fondly. It was like watching a captivating one-act play every day. The History Channel has nothing on him. Sorry, I don't know where he is, but if you find him be sure to give him an Attaboy and a Thanks. And thank you for bringing back a great memory.

  To Paul Case, and others:
  Arctic Circle Special Sauce. God, I loved that stuff. Still do. At least what passes for it when I occasionally mix mayo and ketchup and dip my fries. But I knew there was something missing. Never would have guessed buttermilk. Still not sure I believe it. Might give it a try, though.

Linda Case Key (61)
San Jose, CA
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From: Patti Scharf Noakes (67)

  Attention Class of '67!

  Reunion Committee will meet on Thursday, January 24th, 7 P.M. at Round Table Pizza in Pasco.

Patti Scharf Noakes (67)
Kennewick, WA
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From: Michael Williams (70)

  Like Dave Whitmire, I have fond memories of Memorial Pool. As the guards would open, you could shuttle past the front counter, by saying "Season Ticket." Of course you were supposed to have a "Season Ticket," but often you could slip one over on them. Then there was the famous high dive, which I remember well. But mostly, I remember peddling my bike all the way up the street, (was it Lucas or Chase?) and stopping off at the Tasty Freeze for a Boston Shake. Funny that the Tasty Freeze was not one of the famous high school hangouts like A&W or Article Circle or Speedy's. Guess there was really no place to cruise past the Tasty Freeze, or to park and be seen.

Michael Williams (70)
Shanghai, China
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