5/31/2012 Class Trivia
Class of ’62 – Trivia (During our Senior Year) – ANSWERS IN CAPS
1. Who sang in the Choir?
MARY BEYERS LOTT
MARY MERICA BALLINGER
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6/27/2011 Class Prophecy
by Barbara Warrick and Harry Lucyshyn
It is the year 1982 and science has progressed rapidly in the last 20 years. I, Barbara Warrick, happened to meet Harry Lucyshyn on the atomic li
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6/27/2011 Class Will
by Connie Blue and Bonnie Ingraham
PAULINE ADAMS leaves her ability to make anything she sa
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Bio Flower gardening, baseball fan of Seattle Mariners. Enjoy going to Jazz and Bluegrass Festivals. Boating, traveling to our Timeshare locations such as British Columbia, Florida, Missouri, Oregon to name a few. Helping our daughter Janis with Awana's. Traveled to Europe in 1988 and 1991. Favorite teacher was my kindergarten teacher Miss Virginia. My main accomplishments in school was making friends and having fun. Looking forward to getting OUT of school. I wasn't much of a joiner, a short stint in Science club, member of the Choir and a short lived acting debut in the school play "Headdin for a Weddin",which was the beginning and ending of my acting career. I spent many years in restaurant work and 24 years with the Boeing Company in Seattle. I retired in 2009 and am enjoying the rewards of years of hard work and dedication to my family. Looking forward to being reunited with the Class of 1962!
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