Gene R. "Smokey" Johnson. Class of '57.
Best Memory: Just graduating .... and being a member of the FEC Championship Baseball team was another.
"With James Stewart, I can truly say “It’s a great life”! May the Lord make his countenance to shine upon you. Sayonara" - Smokey
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Patricia C Alfaro (Kinney). Class of '58
Best Memory: All the friends I made, the sites I visited, trips with the football and basketball teams for games, initiation into the DSD sorority, the final basketball tournament where I yelled so hard that I ended up with severe larengitis and could not speak for a couple of months
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Truman H Solverud. Class of '58.
Best Memory: Mount Fuji in the Winter, my Red Rabbit motor scooter , the sounds of Japan at night and Terry San and Mori San the greatest maid and houseboy ever!
Graduated from St. Olaf College, 1962.
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Jerry Ann Campbell (Walker) Class of '59.
Teacher I Remember Best: Mr. Rogers, he was a great teacher and I was a jerk in his class.
1966-69 TWA Flight Attendant
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John Ellis. Class of '62.
Best Memory: Working as a movie extra.
Attended University of Texas from Sept. 1962 to May 1965.
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Marilyn H. Fitzgerald (Hicks). Class of '64.
Best Memory: The seamstress who came to our house once a month... we had quite the wardrobe.
Interests: Feng shui, interior decorating, photography....
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Ellen Arakawa (Sayama). Class of '65.
Best Memory: Seeing Mt. Fuji rise majestically on the horizon, framed by cherry blossom trees in the spring. Visiting my ancestral home villages during summer vacation and meeting relatives for the first time – unfortunately, I wasn't fluent in Japanese. NHS didn't offer Japanese, so I took French!
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Kevin Buey. Class of '64.
Best Memory: Leaving!! Seriously, good times with folks I attended school with, from elementary to jr. high to NHS, jumpstart on career in media (print and electronic) via Kanto Plainsman, Stars & Strtipes and Far East Network; wandering Tokyo and environs and managing to avoid trouble most of the time, using my dad's FEN business card (printed in Japanese and English) to gain entry to sold out The Ventures concert at theater in Ginza in Summer 1965. It identified me as Program Director Far East Network. I was all of 19.
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