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10/19/2005 Welcome to Provo High School Class of 1957 Website
Thanks for visiting PHS class of '57 Web Page. You will see yearbook and recent photos (and other info) of our classmates under "Class Directory" ("located" lists those who have submited the
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INFORMATION ABOUT LUNCHEON FOR
JUNE 21, 2003
Our Provo High School class of 1957 will celebrate this year with a luncheon at Chuck-a-Rama in Orem,1408 South State Street June 21st at 1 p.m.
All students are invited to attend and you can bring your partner if you want. Each year we are getting a little older so we decided to have a luncheon each year instead of a big reunion dinner every 5 years.
Please contact Mark Clarke at email@example.com with your reservation information. We need to know in advance approximately how many will be in attendance so we can make reservations for space. You can also contact Mark at 801-225-8659 for reservations or other questions you may have.
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FROM SEPTEMBER 23, 2007 INTERVIEW:
We have 3 children, 7 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Two live in Provo, one in Orem and one in Round rock Texas, north of Austin. We love to visit them. One grandson is red shirting for the Texas Tech Red Raiders.
I am retired from director of Parks and Urban Forestry of Provo. I worked for the LDS Church in 1998, retired in 2002, as supervisor of the new building maintenance program. I worked out of the Provo West Stake Center.
We like to camp and fish. My wife still works at Utah Valley Hospital. She's administrative Secretary. She wants to work another 5 years.
We have traveled a bit. Our favorites were to Canada, Texas and to the BYU Championship game in Hawaii.
I have had 18 heart procedures to treat for ablation--to slow my heart down from 155 beats per minutes for minute. I had this for 2 months, during which I was tired and had to lie down often I have a family record of heart conditions: My father, 2 brothers and sister all had heart surgery. Since they died at 63 I feel fortunate. I can tell what's going on with my heart now. The ones that die, can't.
I also have had type 2 diabetes for 20 years. Perhaps this has forced me to stay more healthy. I exercise and ride the bike more and have gone from 240 lbs. to 190 lbs.
Yes I was called "little Gooch", since my older brother was called "big Gooch" as a nickname playing sports.
I went to Paul Abbot's funeral and hardly recognized him. I guess we have all changed a bit, huh.
I went to the 15th, 25th and 40th reunions. I wanted to come this time but was in the hospital. Hope to make the next one.
SCHOOL DAYS PHOTO ALBUM
(Photos compliments of Bob, Carol, Betty, Jessie, Marian, Sheryl, Sondra and Venita. Please help us identify missing names. We welcome more photos which you might want to share)
MEASER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
TIMPANOGOS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1946 1ST GRADE
JOAQUIN ELEMENTARY 4TH GRADE - 1948-9
FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY/DIXON JUNIOR HIGH/ DAYS
FARRER JUNIOR HIGH DAYS
PROVO HIGH CLASS OF '57 FROM 1957 SALT LAKE TRIBUNE
PROVO HIGH SCHOOL 1957 GRADUATING CLASS
"HOOLIGAN---A PROVO CHILDHOOD"
. . .a GREAT new book by Douglas H. Thayer which (along with his other books) we should all be able to relate to. Doug says "The kids in our section, southwest Provo all went to Franklin Elementary, Dixon Junior High School and then on to Provo High School" See review under "Recent Reviews/Book/Hooligan" in column to lower right.
Did You Know-----"Spingtime in the Rockies" song from the Gene Autry movie with the same name, was written by Provo High School 1917 graduate, Mary Hale Woolsey?
GO 1957 BULLDOGS!
(sketch from Clyde D. Sandgren Fight Song Cover)
(Bulldog Photos Compliments of Nancy)
"EVERYBODY'S BEAUTIFUL" VIDEO (Based upon the song and a sketch shared by Marian)
(Photos Compliments of Gary Graham, Phil Bullock and Laura Fleming Marcroft Brooks)
(Pause "Gary's Video" above to turn off its sound.)
BELOW ARE SCENES FROM OUR 50TH REUNION: You can see 12 videos and slide shows here. First click on the arrow at the side of the picture,then click on any of the 12 pictures which appear at the bottem of the video screen: 1. Picnic Videos 2. Picnic Videos continued 3. Picnic Photos by Laura 4. Picnic Photos by Phil 5. Dinner Videos of Cadilacs 6. Dinner Videos of Cadilacs contined plus Joe and Evelyn 7. Classmate Introductions at dinner (A-C Intros) 8. C-M Intros 9. M-T Intros 10. T-Z Intros ll. Dinner Photos by Laura 12. Dinner Group Photo by Phil (
50TH REUNION PHOTOS BY JIM AND CARLA
50TH REUNION PHOTO SHOWS PHOTOGRAPHED AND PRODUCED BY NANCY:
BY HIGH CLASS OF 1957 - Remember our "Prodigal Classmates"? We hope to see some of them at our July 28 "Chuck-to-Gether"! Photo Compliments of John S.
We are most grateful to all who have provided updated photos and profiles for this web site. We now have over 200 updated classmate photos and proiles (and counting). We hope,eventually to update the profile of EVERYONE (who approves). You should find these profiles most interesting--(along with photos and videos,etc.). Click on "Class Directory" on the tab at the top of this page to see these profiles online
TEACHER ROLL CALL: The following teachers, Dolan Condie, Dick Hill, Ray Jones, Laura Mikkelson, and Ken Weight are still here. (Thanks to Linnaea Harrison Lindstrom for the research). Do you know of any other teachers who are still with us?)">
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