Notes from 1 Bulldog and 1 Bomber today:
Lorin St. John (RHS 55)
Carol Smith Walker (63)
From: Lorin St. John (RHS 55)
I thought you might want to "up-grade" the Pasco Bulldog Alumni page with these PHS football scores. Our family lived in Pasco from 1941 thru 1944. We moved from Pasco to Richland in November 1944. I am a member of Richland High School Class of 1955. I went to the "old" Whittier Grade School in Pasco during my first grade and part of the second grade. I have two nieces that graduated from PHS in 1985 and in 1991. I must admit that I am a Bomber thru and thru. If you want the boy's Basketball scores also, just let me know.
Here are the attached Pasco High School Boy's basketball scores. There are many years that the team players are not listed for Pasco. At the time I was compiling the local Tri-City area high school scores, I was more interested in Richland than the other schools. Shame on me. I am hoping that some Bulldog fan can fill in those "spots." There are Pasco High School annuals at the Franklin County Historical Society (The old Pasco Library), and probably at the new Pasco Library and of course Pasco High School. You can fill in the team players from your annuals I trust.
I may not be around to keep you fully "updated" every year but I will do what I can.
Lorin St. John (RHS 1955)
[Mr. St. John has compiled an impressive history of Pasco Bulldogs football and basketball. Interesting to browse through the very early years as well as some recent championship seasons. I'm checking to see whether PHS wants to put this info on their new web site, but until then you can download Adobe pdf files (you'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free download at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/alternate.html) and take a look if you're interested. The football history is 67 pages and the basketball history is 96 pages, but the files are fairly small (85 kb and 146 kb) so the downloads are pretty quick. The links to the files are http://phsbulldogsonline.tripod.com/shared/phs_football_history.pdf and http://phsbulldogsonline.tripod.com/shared/phs_basketball_history.pdf - Paul]
From: Carol Smith Walker (63)
Hey Bill Reinhardt, I used to sell Spudnuts door to door when I was in junior high. I haven't heard anyone talk about them for years. It brought back a lot of memories. "Would you like some nice fresh spudnuts? Cake or Raised, frosted, glazed or plain.?!" Oh my goodness that was a long time ago. Thanks for the flashback. I remember the "well pickled" manager too!! My route was from the 1500 block of Hopkins street down to Chase street and I did Yakima, and Shoshone streets too. Those were the good ol' days. I think I got a nickel or a dime from each box I sold. I bought a bottle of coke and a package of peanuts, put the peanuts in the coke and was a happy camper.
Carol Smith Walker (63)