Hi Kathy ~ It was nice surprise to get your mesg. What great pictures!! I haven’t seen some of those places in 100 years (OK – 45). It’s good to know that they’re still there…thanks for that.
Love your clown – she certainly does look ‘Jolly’! I’m trying to take a relatively decent photo to put on my page…but you know how tough that can be. Will keep trying.
It’s weird, but about the only things I remember from high school are Mr. Beller, Mr. Ingles and my boyfriend, Ted Leplat. Guess I was just off in space most of the time. Except for seeing Ted a couple of years ago, I haven’t seen anyone from school since ’86 or 7 when I went to a multi year reunion. I often wonder what’s happened to the class of S ’62 and am looking forward to the 50 year reunion ( !!! Yikes! I can’t believe it’s been that long !!!) in ‘12.
Anyway, it was great to hear from you…..JILL
Kathy, how wonderful to hear from you!! Thank you for remembering Madalyn. She and I met in Jobs Daughters when we were twelve years old. We stayed best friends until her untimely death at the young age of 62. For over 50 years we laughed and cried, married and started our families together. I really miss her!
What are you doing today? Do you have kids, grandkids, etc.? Please catch me up on all you have been up to!
Are you from S'63? Thank you for the horsey compliment. I see from your Sunday morning saddle up picture that you were at my barn, the Circle K, on Mariposa in Burbank. Your Collie is a beauty. Obviously, you are a real clown. What a fascinating way to go through life! I'm not very good with communicating on these sites, as I am old skool, and prefer email......so if you care to: email@example.com
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"Ninetta "Nina" M. Lane, Class of 1946, passed in her sleep at home 27 April 2017, in Santa Maria, California. She was predeceased by her husband, Bill "Wolfman" Nelson, also in the Class of 1946, in January 1986, in Yorba Linda,…"
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