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10/29/14 03:47 PM #86    

 

Mike Chapman

Jerry and Linda,

Wow! Look at all these hits. It's like walking the hallways again. Thanks to a great committee. RHS '65 'Class of the Classes'.

Chapman


10/30/14 08:46 AM #87    

 

Jerry Monaghan

Of all the people I have met in my life, no one has expressed the closeness with their old classmates that we share. I have even been told that they would like to join ours instead of theirs. We all deserve a pat on the back...and a beer!

10/30/14 10:59 AM #88    

 

Phillip Stewart

Connie, I remember Mr Houser very well. Very much enjoyed his choir classes. He was also the co-director so to speak of the musicals the drama club put on. About the last week of school he was really ticked off at me however. I and 3-4 others were late getting to a practice for the graduation ceremonies. We had tried to get into school but used a door that was locked for some reason. Had to find another door which made us late. Man he was mad and glared at me for the rest of the practice. Said a few words to me as well expressing his displeasure. I came back the following Sept before I headed off to WSU to see him and I guess I was forgiven. 


10/30/14 09:15 PM #89    

 

Mike Chapman

Monaghan,

Right on the money! RHS '65, 'The Class of the Classes'. If what I have heard is true, we came from 11 grade schools. I know some classmates forget this, but we came from four Jr. HSs. I was in the fourth; RHS JR HS.

Chapman


01/05/15 10:02 PM #90    

 

Phil Skochilich

I'm working on the Memorial List easel for the 50 th Reunion. When the list is printed, would anyone object to putting a "Star" or some symbol by the names of those who died in the War ?  If so, please respond with your comment to Message Forum.  Thank you.  Philip Skochilich


01/06/15 11:47 AM #91    

 

Linda Buck (McMinniman)

I think that would be a great idea, Phil!


01/07/15 04:36 PM #92    

 

Stephen Jex

I think adding a star to those who died in service of their country is a perfect idea.


01/07/15 04:54 PM #93    

 

David Hajny

Like most of you it was fun reading all the old memories. A couple of weeks ago I found my CRRR membership card. Couldn't believe I still had it. I still have a couple of the Cheiftan papers and my old SBA cards. Treasures I guess.

Phil I think the Star is a great idea.


01/07/15 05:38 PM #94    

 

Craig Oakley

Phil, A star, U.S. flag, or possibly an insignia of the branch of service, ie.     


01/07/15 08:23 PM #95    

 

Linda Toschi (Finn)

Phil - I think the star idea is great, too. And Dave Hajny - I still have a CRRR tee shirt! It woud be fun if everyone drags all their old stuff to the reunion - I know I have cheerleader letters, my graduation tassel, probably some report cards, and some Chieftains stashed in my messy basement somewhere. 


01/07/15 10:08 PM #96    

 

Phil Skochilich

Well then its a STAR !           Linda, if I talk to Joyce Nakashima, and ask the rest of the Cheerleaders,  would you Girls be up for a "Cheer" at the Reunion ?    Phil  PS.  Its just a suggestion ?


01/08/15 03:46 PM #97    

 

Linda Toschi (Finn)

Good grief, Phil -- that would be something to behold. I don't remember any of the moves but I suppose we could paste something together that would work for these old bodies of ours!


01/08/15 06:37 PM #98    

 

Bonnie Tomkinson (Hill)

Linda, I also Have my CRRR tee shirt. I love it. But where can you wear it?


01/09/15 09:19 AM #99    

 

Jerry Monaghan

Wear it to the bar where else would be appropriate

01/09/15 02:09 PM #100    

 

Phil Skochilich

Bonnie,  To the 50 th. Reunion Picnic ?


01/09/15 05:28 PM #101    

 

Bonnie Tomkinson (Hill)

Good idea Jerry. Phil, it might be a little tight!!


01/09/15 08:31 PM #102    

 

Linda Toschi (Finn)

Ha ha ha, Bonnie -- haven't tried mine on for YEARS, good question as to whether it still fits (or not)!


01/10/15 09:30 AM #103    

 

Jerry Monaghan

No man ever complained about too tight a tee shirt lol

01/10/15 10:44 AM #104    

 

Ron Mattson

I still have my 'original'! Although it has a huge hole (battery acid, I think) as well as paint splatters all over it! My 'replica' T-shirt is still pristine, however. Looking forward to 'the gathering' this summer and hoping to see most of you! 


01/12/15 12:09 PM #105    

 

Bonnie Tomkinson (Hill)

Jerry, you have not lost your sense of humor!!

 


01/13/15 09:38 AM #106    

 

Jerry Monaghan

No bonnie I'm still that wild and crazy guy now they can't make me stand in the hallway or in a desk in the corner lol

01/14/15 01:04 PM #107    

 

Stephen Jex

Are y'all saying we should bring our year books to the reunion? Let me know, i think i have junior and senior year!


01/14/15 08:21 PM #108    

 

Phil Skochilich

Steve,  Bring what you want to the Reunion but,    Rifles, Shotguns and  Pistols.  I think Annuals is a Great idea.  Phil  


01/14/15 08:29 PM #109    

 

Bonnie Tomkinson (Hill)

I look forward to seeing you Jerry at the reunion.


01/23/15 08:01 PM #110    

 

Phil Skochilich

With the new updated Memorial list we might need 2 Boards ?  Phil


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