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2/5/02
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PHS Bulldogs On-Line
Feb 05, 2002
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2 Bulldog notes today:
Jeff Jumper (62)
William Reinhardt (65)

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From: Jeff Jumper (62)

  In response to absolutely no requests whatever, but in order to help generate enthusiasm for the upcoming 40th reunion, I am creating a web site for the Bulldog Class of 1962. You can visit this work in progress at its temporary home - [see Bulldog Links above - Paul] Your suggestions and contributions will be appreciated.

  The photo gallery section is designed to be a "then" and "now" display. If you're a 1962 grad, PLEASE email me a reasonably current photo of yourself, so I can include it with your Sinewesah photo. Also include as much current contact information as you're willing to publish on the web. Look at pages 11 and 12 for samples. Jean has aged more gracefully than I have.

  On what I hope will be a really fun page, I'll be including 50s, 60s and 70s music that you'll be able to download and play on your computer. If you're a PHS GRADUATE FROM ANY YEAR, you can help by sending a list of your 20 favorite songs from those decades. If I have it in my collection, I'll load it on the site for your enjoyment. If it was recorded in the 50s or 60s and was any good at all, I probably have it. I don't have nearly as much music from the 70s, but I may have several of your favorites. Please note your graduation year on any correspondence.

  Send to [see Bulldog Links for the PHS 1962 web site link. - Paul]

As an aside - while reviewing the Sinewesah, I was reminded why we kept Alan Taylor in the Columbians for so long. He was a pretty good brass player, but the fact that half the older guys were in love with his sister insured his place in the ranks . . . But that's another story. :>)

Aloha a me malama pono (Bye for now and take care),

Jeff Jumper (62)
Molokai, HI
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From: William Reinhardt (65)

  Re: Art Weltz's trivia:
  How about the old JC Penny store, with the pneumatic tubes, next to the Five and Dime? And, the Pasco Hardware Store, with the unfinished wood floors, next to the original Pasco Clothing across from the Pasco Theater? Doc Putra's office was on 4th across the alley from (?) grocery. And, my all time favorite, The Spudnut Shop, when it was on E. Lewis and owned by Mr. Lamberto. It was my first real job; selling Spudnuts door to door. I think Jeff jumper was the driver? It was there that I learned about the plane crash that took The Big Bopper, Richie Valens, and Buddy Holly.
  I guess this is more nostalgic than trivial; as that little town of Pasco shaped my life.
  The Columbia Basin News: the town's Union Newspaper. I worked with, or for, Felix Vargas there in '60. Every Saturday morning after our routes we met at the Pancake House for all the buttermilks you could eat. "Heavy" Reaves (RIP) was the pancake champ!   One more thing: riding old car hoods down the asphalt target hump at the old navy base. Abrasion city if you were unfortunate enough to flip off the hood!

William Reinhardt (65)
Portland, OR
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