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the Class of 1959
In August, 2011, Jack Bradbury and wife/co-author Sandra Vehrencamp published a second edition of their textbook, Principles of Animal Communication (Sinauer Associates), as well as a complementary online site for additional material on the topic.
Class of 1959 graduate Dennis Smith has just announced the publication of his second book, a nonfiction inquiry into social attitudes about the naked human body entitled Naked Fear. His first book (Growing Up Without Shame) was published in 1986. Naked Fear examines the dichotomy between society's reverence for the human form in art and our disdain for nakedness in the flesh, criminalizing and labeling it offensive. A naked person is labeled obscene, a statue of one is deemed a beautiful work of art.
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So who came to the 50th reunion?
28 June 2010 -- DON'T MISS THIS: Recent updates on the adventures of Craig Smith
And by the way ...
bell tower is finished (1 Dec 2009)
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Dennis Tucker Smith
After graduation I enrolled at Orange Coast College, then in the exploding hormone era married Page Nelson Westfall the following year. During the time at Orange Coast I worked at the U.S. Post Office, competed in sports, and proudly fathered Shelley Denise Smith. After graduation from Orange Coast, I spent about five years delivering other people's mail in Newport Beach, trying desparately to figure out ways to get out of working for the government, then attended Long Beach State and hacked out a living and a degree in English. When the marriage ended and the hormones cooled I continued working toward the diploma and a job in teaching.
In 1967 I was hired to teach eighth grade in the U.S Virgin Islands and married for a second time. Two years teaching in paradise led to thirty more back in central California at the end of my Caribbean commitment. In 1970 I was hired by Lompoc Unified Schools to teach fourth grade. I figured naively that after a couple years in Lompoc I would move on. I retired from the fourth grade after over thirty years (two years as a student). Ironic that the grade I was held back in a year at Saint Joaquim Elementary School (Catholics are brutal to noncatholics) would be the grade I would end up teaching for a third of a century. I spent the time teaching 4th grade GATE (which means I was in a class with nine year olds and the lowest IQ in the room. . . . was mine. I married Barbara Bolton in 1993 (we have been together for 35 years) and I have two children, two step-children, three grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren. My book Growing Up Without Shame was published in 1986 and I am about to have another published shortly. I currently teach English at Allan Hancock College, write, and do "househusbandly" things in the yard.
As a retired-but-still-working teacher I look back to Newport Harbor High School (and Mr Wentz) as the most important six years (just kidding) of my life.
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