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7/3/02
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PHS Alumni On-Line
Jul 03, 2002
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5 Bulldogs today:
Linda Hensley Boblet (`58)
Ella Young (Schoeppach) Markham (`65WB)
Don Haisch (`65)
Andrea Young Ware (`70)
Julie Rettinghouse (`71)

WB = woulda been a Bulldog, but moved away, or didn't graduate from PHS for some other reason
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From: Linda Hensley Boblet (`58)

To Janet Janes Wolf:
  Thanks for the information on D. Bruce. I don't think he is the right one though. They lived out on road 40 I think. Later, after the kids left home his folks moved into town. But thanks anyway.
  Anyone else know Dick Bruce? Graduated 55 - 56 and has a sister named Suzanne?

Linda Hensley Boblet (`58)
Kennewick, WA
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From: Ella Young (Schoeppach) Markham (`65WB)

  Would have been a `65 grad, instead married "Mickey" Schoeppach. Lots of memories of Longfellow, McLaughlin and PHS as well as "the mosquito fog," etc.

Hi to Jim Pope:
  Do you still keep in touch with Gary Schoeppach? Glad to hear you're still golfing -- how about duck hunting? Will write more another time.

Ella Young (Schoeppach) Markham (`65WB)
Maple Falls, WA
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From: Don Haisch (`65)

  The PHS website is great! Keep up the good work. Class of 65 lets get involved.

To Lee Lewandowski (64):
  I also remember the smoke "bomb" that shutdown the Lewis Street railroad underpass on a summer afternoon in 1962. I agree with you that Dave Peck master minded the "bomb" and that Buddy Derrick provided the get away car. I also agree with you that your memory cells are getting unreliable after thirty-nine years because I do not remember having any involvement in the caper other than celebrating the event with Dave and Buddy afterwards. I had forgotten about the two-door yellow Merc, I remember a four-door red 1955 Chevy.

To Stacy Wise (62):
  I enjoyed your story about hooky bobbin in the winters in Pasco. Do you remember Scott (65), your brother, extending the season by wearing his shoes with horse-shoe taps on them? Well, Scott discovered that if he wore those shoes and stayed on his heels, not the soles of his shoes, he would not get thrown off when he hit dry spots on the pavement. It was quite a sight to see, snow flying off his shoes, then sparks, then snow, then more sparks, and so on. I can only guess at the bills that were paid to the shoe repair shop that winter.

Don Haisch (`65)
Livermore, CA
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From: Andrea Young Ware (`70)

To all you oldies out there,
  Who in the heck was Edgar Brown?? And, how long has the stadium been where it is today? It seems like it has been around forever.

Andrea Young Ware (`70)
Condon, OR
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From: Julie Rettinghouse (`71)

Married, mother of two dogs and a cat. Manage the Radiation Oncology Department at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland.

Julie Rettinghouse (`71)
Battle Ground, WA
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