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I graduated in 1958, am married, mother of 2 and grandmother of 2.
The photo is of me and my two favorite people in the whole world...Gabby and Andy. I'd love to hear from any WHS graduates and catch up on what's happened in your lives....50 years since leaving WHS is a long time with a lot of living having been accomplished. Love to hear from you.

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At 2:06pm on May 27, 2009, Jean Scott Linhart said…
Hi Sandy I am not sue if I will make it to the picnic or not. We are driving to Alaska for the better part of the Summer. Will leave 6-1-09 and don't have to be back until 7-24-09 at the earliest. If I am back I will try to make it as I would like to see you and all the others I haven't seen in so many years.
At 11:38am on May 22, 2009, Sharon Wills Mack said…
Hi Sandy;

I hope you remember me. We were classmates since Kindergarten. A lot has happened since we graduated from WHS. I played in the symphony through out college and then married. I have a wonderful daughter a great son-in-law, a 12 year old granddaughter and a 7 year old grandson. They are both great little violinists. They both play in the Portland Youth Phillharmonic Orchestra and love their violins. Last summer I took them to the east coast for a month to study with the Phillidelphia Orchestra. While in Philly I worked with one of the two greatest piano teachers in the world (from Curtis Instute of Music.) I taught for Portland Public Schools for 25 years, have my masters degrees in teaching and counseling psych. I presently own a small agency and do a lot of training in psychology.

I enjoyed reading your blog and looking at your pictures. 50 years is a long time. It has gone so fast it is scarry. I ;would love to hear how things are going for you and yours.

Sharon Wills Mack
At 4:34pm on May 20, 2009, Stella Wren Middleton said…
Good grief girl, do you think I know how to add a picture to this blog? I was born BC (before computers.) See you at the picnic.
Stella
At 12:47pm on April 18, 2009, Jean Scott Linhart said…
Hi Sandy, 50 years is over half a lifetime but it seems like just the other day that we were quite young and lived on Mt Norway and out in the country. Oh but that really was way back when :o)
Jean Scott Linhart
At 2:35pm on March 29, 2009, Stella Wren Middleton said…
Sandy I would if I could make this darn computer work.
At 10:25am on June 12, 2008, Stella Wren Middleton said…
I will as soon as I dig some of them up. This is a good site.
At 10:28am on June 8, 2008, Eldon Stuhr (Class of '62) said…
I posted a very old coast to coast news broadcast in the Videos section from 1950 with John Camron Swayze and immediately thought of your son Wayne and his broadcasts. In comparing the two I find that, while the presentations are similar across 58 years, Wayne's projections are far more personable!
At 6:22pm on June 6, 2008, Eldon Stuhr (Class of '62) said…
Thanks Sandy for coming in. I can tell from the photo that Gabby and Andy are indeed precious, and can tell that grandma kinda likes them.
At 2:28pm on June 6, 2008, grover davis said…
this better??
 
 
 

Author Gary Shaw - WHS '59

 

Gary Shaw, Washougal Class of 1959 is in the process of authoring a set of 6 books, titled The Eric English Chronicles, set in and around the Camas-Washougal area from the early 1960's through the present. I have attached a file that he sent me prefacing information about the books as well as introducing and relating a little about the main characters.... Also included is an outline of the happenings in the 19th Chapter of Book 1 intended for the  publishers. It is not the chapter itself. Here now is the author. Click on the orange to open.
Eric%20English%20-%20Ch%2019%20-%20Happy%20Bday%20Angelique%20060813.docx

Dick Schaefer (WHS '55) has written a new book that he has published on Amazon. Its' title is The Final Conflict, and a download to your Kindle is available for $4.99. If you do not have a Kindle, a free Kindle application is available for downloading to your PC that will allow you read the book on it.  Simply click on this link to get to Dick's book:  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AJB3SD6

Here is a brief synopsis of the book.

A small town man is thrust into 11 days of conflict over Christmas of 1972, against the best air defense structure ever faced by strategic bombers to achieve President Nixon’s "Peace with Honor" exit strategy against North Viet Nam.
This is the Viet Nam "12 O’Clock High" told from the standpoint of the crew force flying the mission: telling the TRUE story----not the written history documented in the archives of the Strategic Air Command.

Dick informs me that his earlier book Mill Town is still available by mail for $15 including shipping from his address. Scroll down to the bottom of this main page for more information.

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Well liked teacher and coach, Bob Poffenroth, at WHS in the 1950's passes.

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