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Friday February 16, - 5: As far as I know, Class of is having our 40th reunion the week of July 4th, coinciding with an All City reunion. I'm looking forward to seeing family and friends. This time I do have Grandchildren pics to share! Decatur Atlanta , GA. Sunday January 28, - 6: Thank you for creating this site! Though I now live on curving, hilly roads in a forest of trees, many of my dreams involve my walking, riding a bike, or driving the roads in and around Washington.

I married a wonderful man from Springfield, IL and have twin sons in high school. I've taught English at a technical college 30 years. John McLees shared this site with me when he came to a meeting in Atlanta.

Wednesday January 17, - This is Kenny Todd, Class of I just learned about this site yesterday in Washington at Denhart's Baking Company and Restaurant on the square. It was a great to see my old class mates as I had forgotten about a lot of you.

I'm a retired 30 year veteran of Law Enforcement and living in rural Marshall County now. We have four Grandchildren to date. Saturday January 13, - 9: OH how I miss good old Washington, the memories of growing up there and all the friends I met through the years of school is totally priceless. This website is awesome!! I am now living in Euless TX, Bob and Kathy Tunis Bachman. What a great trip down memory lane this is.

I will look for familiar faces. I work for Disney the Polynesian. Sunday December 17, - 9: Have been relieving my time growing up, and remembering what the town was like then, and what it was even before that.

What an awesome town Washington was I hope that it still is! Mary Jo Faubel Grebner. Thursday December 14, - 6: Thanks for adding good old "Pleasant View" We didn't know how lucky we were back then. Tuesday December 12, - 8: Friday December 08, - 7: I just found this site. It is quite a walk down memory lane! I was hoping for a reunion this year--it will be 40 years!

I would love to hear from anyone from the class of '67! Wednesday November 08, - Tuesday October 17, - 7: Wendy, I'm still in love with you. I think Ed Faubel built the first robot -- ever.

Marie Fry, you bring back great memories of those days in Oakwood. Does anyone remember railriding??? Monday October 09, - 3: I am so glad I moved to Washington when I was in second grade.

I now raise my two kids here, and it is fun to roam the same school halls with them. Monday October 09, - 1: Just wanted everyone to know how much I enjoyed seeing everyone at the 35th reunion! Saturday September 16, - 1: What a neat website - well done and not too busy! Got a note from a good friend who still lives in town. Enjoyed reading the notes from other people. In the '66 4th grade class pix with Mrs. Weeks the girl labeled "Jan" on the top row is Jan Lietz.

Also, in the '66 pictures a girl's name should be "Mildred Lott". In the '66 1st grade pix the boy in front row right is Tony Moore - lived down the street from me. Liked seeing the pictures from people and reading how far many of them have roamed from home. I welcome any correspondence from former classmates and hearing what their lives became. Saturday September 09, - I really loved looking back at the past and want to thank you for all the memories.

Terry was in the class of 70 and I in the class of He lives in England now and I miss him. He finally got an email addy but he rarely checks his mail, Oh Brother! What a blast from the past, Thanx, Ida Miller Harroun. Wednesday September 06, - This is a fabulous site. I hope to hear from some of the people. I found this site by accident. Tuesday September 05, - 6: I found out about the site on Labor Day and am looking forward to checking it all out.

I try to get back to Washington a couple times a year but only see a couple different people from high school. It is definitely fun to run down memory lane. Friday September 01, - 5: I saw my name on the missing list and I am not missing just living in Mich.

I work for a Plant Co. My husband died of cancer this year. Friday September 01, - 1: I want to say thanks to whom put this together. It was great to look at and see how far this town has come. It is a great place to call home. Monday August 28, - 1: Bill Kane Class of '70 told me about the site - great site.

Enjoyed the pictures and comments. Sunday August 27, - 3: The website is great! I loved all the pictures of the town and former classmates. What a trip down memory lane. Monday August 21, - 8: Thanks to our 40th reunion flyer I just went perusing this site and what fun!

Found a note from my niece Erin Kathleen Armstrong class of saying as to how there'd been an Armstrong in Washington schools for a long time--I started the high school run in followed by my eight younger siblings and many nieces and nephews til Erin's graduation!

I've enjoyed my first stroll through this website and will definitely be back to see more. Thanks to those responsible for an excellent site. And I will get that form mailed off to the reunion committee PDQ!

Wednesday August 16, - I am trying to locate Maureen Yeagle, who graduated in Shortly after I graduated , and for a brief time, Maureen and I were sisters-in-law.

I am no longer married to a Miller, but I'd love to get hold of Maureen. If anyone knows of her whereabouts, please let me know. Wednesday August 09, - 6: I love the website-- not a lot of people that I know but I am sure some of you went to high school with my dad Paul "Rick" Spencer or his brothers.

Anyway great site and keep up the good work! Monday July 31, - 8: I was wondering if anyone has any stories about my dad, Michael E.

I am not sure what year he graduated, but he was 42 in when he died of a MI. I know there was another Michael Kelley, but my dad grew up in the country on Liberty Lane and he had 2 sisters and 4 brothers. I would just like to know more about him since I was only 8 when he died and I am just curious about him. Sunday July 30, - 8: Would have been Class of Sunday July 09, - I lived in Washington on Oakwood Circle.

He tried to bring in family shows to keep the kids off the square. Didn't work I remember being caught "hanging out on the Square". It was a no-no in my family. I remember watching the Canning factory burn from my bedroom window. This is a wonderful website I will definitely revisit. Thank you to those responsible. I really enjoyed the trip down memory lane. By the way, the door on the store next to the bank is the one my Dad put in after the Rexall burned down in '57 or ' We could see the flames from it from our house on Wood St, by Lincoln School.

I am awash in a sea of memories right now. Sunday July 02, - Hello to all fellow WaCoHi alumni. I found out about the website through a reunion newsletter and am enjoying it thoroughly. Thanks for the time and effort it took to accomplish this. I have a copy of the yearbook. If you would like to borrow it to post on this website Friday June 16, - 7: Sunday June 11, - 7: Sunday May 21, - 6: What a hoot looking at all the old yearbook pictures!

I hope to be at the 35th reunion in Wednesday May 10, - 7: Love the website - so many great memories brought back in viewing the photos. Can't believe it has been 35 years ago, when it seems like just yesterday.

Dee Ann, thanks for keeping us all up to date!! Tuesday April 18, - 3: Need to get the word to anyone from the Class of ' Reunion to be held September 22 and 23 in conjunction with Homecoming. A mailing will be sent out shortly. Friday April 14, - 7: Well this is truly a site I need to look at more. Are we having a 35th?

Thanks Don for doing this!!!!!! A big hi to all my classmates!!!!!!!!! Wednesday March 22, - 8: Don - What a great site! Thanks for all of your hard work in putting it together and keeping it updated.

It was great reading the article about Stu Levenick. I didn't make it back for the 35th reunion since we were in the midst of starting a new business, but I'm looking forward to the 40th. Wednesday March 01, - 1: Looking for any information about Cindy Harkin class of ' Friday February 24, - 1: My daughter called this afternoon to tell me that she had found this web site when she was searching the web.

I really enjoyed seeing how every one has changed since high school. Patsy Pat Woodward Wilkins. Friday February 17, - 1: I moved to Tennessee in but my brother Kenny is still there. Married to the same great guy for 34 years. Thursday February 16, - 9: I enjoyed looking at yearbook and other pictures. There aren't many teachers left that I taught with. I'm enjoying retirement spending the winters in Surprise, AZ northwest Phoenix and in Washington in the summer.

Tuesday February 07, - 5: This is a great website! My Dad, Jerry, graduated in "69" and told me many of his high school memories, its nice to finally see the "senior sit in" picture! What an awesome site. Thanks for bringing those great memories back to us.

I love my hometown and looking back to four of the greatest years of my life at Washington Community High School. You guys are the ones that made it Tuesday January 31, - 7: I wasn't able to attend the Class of '64 reunion but have certainly enjoyed this website. Thanks for all your efforts.

Wednesday January 18, - 3: Wednesday January 04, - Thanks so much for this great site. I'll search for my '68 year book and try to find you for submission Again my thanks and best wishes to you.

Mary Ann Crabill Knell. Tuesday January 03, - 1: What a nice way to share our past. I found this website through my brother Carl. Like Carl and the rest of us Portschellers, the nostalgic and memories will always be there. But this website sure makes it fun! Thanks Bro, and thanks to Don for all his gr8t works! Class of 76 ever gonna get together again???? Tuesday January 03, - 9: What fun to sit and browse all the pictures and memories of growing up in Washington!

We've had lots of guests from Washington and get back once or twice a year to visit. Thanks for the great website!! I'll send the link to my siblings. Friday December 30, - 1: What a wonderful web site! Lots of history and "goodies"! We thank the webmaster for a job well done! Thursday December 29, - 8: Don, Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

I like the nostalgic stuff. Great work, and thanks again. Thursday December 29, - I grew up in Washington, but I did not attend Washington High. I graduated from St. I worked for the Police Dept. The web site is really great. I learned about the Web site from my St.

Tuesday December 27, - This is the coolest site I have ever seen. I didn't live back then or live in that state or go to that school, but I love everything about it. The hair, the style of clothes I love looking at these pictures. I just want to thank Don for the years of great work he's put in on this website. My husband and I get to Washington at least once a year to visit family, but my dad died in Aug.

Tom and I loved get up real early and take walks around town, even in the cold of winter, and then stop at Tally Ho for coffee or light breakfast before walking back to Lynn St. Washington has changed a lot, but memories keep it familiar. My husband is from Palatine, IL and all of his former schools have been torn down or changed; and 20 years ago his parents moved away from the house he grew up in , so he has sort of adopted Washington as his second hometown.

Thanks for the memories, Don. Sunday December 25, - 7: I lived for 35 years in the same house in Washington on Lawndale. Now I live one mile north of interstate It is great to see so many people still connected. My brother Ed road out Katrina in the hall way of his house for 5 hours. Storm surge stopped about 40 feet from him. We all lived in a great place at a great time to be alive. It was never perfect but it taught us all how to survive. Lets hope our kids are as fortunate as we were.

Thursday December 22, - 2: Every one of those guys played a part in my life as a youngster. Camila Cam Edwards VanOppen. Wednesday December 21, - 9: Great site Don, Really enjoy looking at the pictures of Washington's early years.

Are there any pictures of the old movie house on the square out there? I do have lots of old pictures for the class of 74 and My two older brothers Graduated in 74 and myself in If you would like some of the old class pictures from washington grade, lincoln grade and central grade schools I would be more than happy to dig them up and send them to you.

Great job, and Hats off to you Don. Thanks for your time and sharing the memories. My son just sent this to me from St. I had no idea the site was out there. Fantastic job putting this all together.

I've been browsing through it for hours. Wednesday December 21, - 7: What a great site! I so enjoyed the grade school pictures of my classmates. The class of '66 will have their 40th reunion in All members please contact me with suggestions. Sunday December 18, - I'm still in the Sunnyland area and currently living in Robein as of Oct. Rebecca Ayers Ward angels insightbb.

I am just wondering if there are still any of us from the class of 85 out there. If so I would love to hear from you. Email me at angels insightbb. Monday October 31, - 3: It is good to hear Ed Faubel is okay.

Also it is time to once again thank Don and Dee for all their hard work. Wainwright, Alaska Sunday October 30, - Hey, Currently stationed in Mossoul, Iraq. In reply to Deborah D. Miller's post on Wednesday August 31, - The hurricane did damage to his home, but he was unharmed.

Thank you for your concern. Looking at Washington pictures Page 3, third row 1st pix That is Ed's Chrysler-Plymouth block Walnut..

The present occupant of this building KC hall previous occupants.. Post Office prior moving to High Street. Spelled with an "O". I found some of my aunts and uncles in there. This is an awesome site! Keep up the good work.

Thanks for the memories, Don! All of your efforts and time spent on putting together the photos - OLD and new - are all worth it. You have given us a chance to laugh at ourselves Looking at your web site and really looks good. When will you have some other year books in there. My brother graduated from WaCoHi in My sister went there as a freshman in and she would have graduated in I would have graduated in The last post here is from Ed Faubel just before Hurricane Katrina destroyed almost all of the city that he lives in!

Let's all hope and pray that he and many others were able to survive. I wrote him an email just 2 days before the hurricane hit and have not heard a word from him Good to see old friends. Boy was "69" a great year. I did not have my picture taken for the year book, I think there was several of us that did not. But, I would like to be included in the class re-union for next year. I looked thru the pictures and we all look different these days. In the first picture of a Pleasant View first grade class.

In the first row on the far right is Kari Schmidgall. I think that the girl you have identified as a Faubel is actually Barbara Schrock. The first name of the little girl beside the teacher was Vicky. In the second grade picture starting with the back row from the right is Rex Winemiller and Kari Schmidgall. The little girl in the front row on the right is Virginia Waughop. In the Grace Bible Choir I recognize several faces.

In the first row from the left. The first man is your father Walter Lott. I don't know the next one but the last one is Jim Lanxton and next to him is Mrs. Schuck, but I don't remember her first name for now. Second row and the second person in is Doris Attig.

Skip two ladies and the next one is Virginia Summer. The only other one whose name I can recall in that row is the second to the last, Jo Ann Summer. In the third row is Joan Cook her mother and if you skip one her sister Jean.

The next one is a Hunziker. Skip the next one and you have Bob Summer. In the last row is the oldest Wehnes girl and next to her is Mrs. I don't know anyone else in that row except Carol Lott in the far right corner. Some of the other faces I recognize but I can't put names on them right now. The pioneer girls picture is pretty unclear for me right now. Let me study it more and I will try to name some of the girls. I hope this helps. These pictures bring back some pretty good memories of more innocent times.

Thank-you Don for all of your hard work! I would welcome any contact with any old classmates. I have been married for 34 years to Dave Hopper '69 and have three adult children. It was so great to see this website.

I was surfing on internet last night, and decided to check with classmates. I think I might have some school pictures to send to post on website Please e-mail me anyone at Kitdog hotmail.

Be glad to hear from you Also been looking for Jerry Harp We liked each other in high school, and I've lost contact with him. If anyone knows where I can reach him, please let me know I fumbled upon this site this evening and was happy to see a few old friends. I would be thrilled to hear from. This is a great site! Am looking for Dee Dee Lucas contact. If anyone knows how I might reach her, please contact me. She was back for the 59 reunion in Sept.

Just happened to run across it while surfing. I have a yearbook if you need one to scan, etc. Anyone know the whereabouts of Doug McLees. I believe he lives in s. Missouri as I do. Don, Thanks for all of your hard work. Would love to hear from some old classmates. Nothing like a walk down memory lane. Great site really enjoyed see old and new pictures. Just need 72's year book, I've seemed to have lost mine somewhere down through the years.

Good to see some familiar pics and post ole Crawdad, Don Cook do you remember your helmet decoration? Still remember that black crawdad on the Orange helmet I believe it was our freshmen year on the football squad. So many great memories. Married Vicky Wietzel in who used to live on Grant St. Thanks to all involved with this site. Friday May 20, - 8: Over the past several weeks, there has been a deluge of postings on this page from websites advertising online poker and backgammon.

Because of this, I have changed the way that entries are posted. When you enter a message, it will not appear immediately as it has in the past. Your entry will go into a queue until I can post it manually. This is the only way that I can keep unscrupulous website owners from loading up the page with spurious entries. Sorry for any inconvenience. Well Don, I want to thank you for stopping to talk and telling me about this site. Going through and seeing names I haven't thought about in years was great.

I think I will check this site often. This is a wonderful site! The photos of Washington in the '60's and '70's brought back so many wonderful memories. I hope there will be a 30th class reunion next year for our class. Would love to hear from any classmates! The site is very interesting and the memories are good.. Thanks for all the hard work we all enjoy it. Does anyone know how a former Washington Grade School student would get ahold of a class list for the 1st grade class of ? This is such a thrill to see this web site.

I was a freshman in My name is Suzanne Krempp and I would love to hear from anyone that was in my class. I recognize a lot of faces in the year book. I live in California now and my email is Also if anyone knows where David Cherry is student at school let me know. Lots of love to all of the Alumni. I am thoroughly enjoying this Website and can assure you I will be visiting it again. If your summers are too warm where you are why not come north to Calgary?

My brother, Tim, sent it to me from Northwestern instead of working. My husband and I have spent part of each year the last three years in Paris. Don, Thanks for the help, you have done a wonderful job. It has been great to look at the site and see pictures. Looking forward to hearing from old class mates. Great site--I typed in my maiden name and found this wonderful site.

My grandfather, Clarence Brunnenmeyer is 99 and talks frequently of his work and love for the Washington Historical Society. I have a Washington High sweatshirt that I wear in his honor and that of my uncle and father Richard and Dennis Brunnenmeyer. Thanks for doing this! Wow seeing this site has brought back many memories. Great job on putting this web-site together. This is a wonderful site. I was told about it by Denny Erickson ,class of The pictures are great to look at.

I will definitely be checking this site out again. Thanks to all who put this together. It's fun to look at. Don, This site is terrific. It was really nice to see you and Dee Ann at the breakfast at the lake as part of the Class of '69 Reunion. I was really glad you found a picture of the old Depot where my dad worked as a station agent before we moved to Florida.

When I heard that the Railroad tore it down to avoid paying property taxes I was saddened. Oh well, life goes on. In addition to thanking you for creating and maintaining this site, I would like to once again express my appreciation to Patty Wagner, Ray Lott, Gail Schwarentraub Harris and Terry Speerly for their dedication in pulling off a 35th Reunion. Please let me know. I will be calling to get a copy of it. Tom, thanks for the correction, and thanks for sharing your memories of Washington.

I wish that we could have attended the " I've Got A Story " program in which you participated, but look forward to viewing the video. If anyone else would like to see the video, contact the Washington Historical Society to purchase it. I need to correct previous info It is Ron Naffziger.. Also, my hat off to the folks who organize the "I got a Story" gathering. What a beautiful way to share memories of living and growing up in Washington.

I was surfing the internet today and decided to type in my mother's maiden name Brunnenmeyer. I found your website and much to my surprise, saw photos of my great grandparents, John and Lena Brunnenmeyer, who I had never met. My mother, Mary Brunnenmeyer, was born and raised in Washington. Haven't seen most of you since the early 50's. I still get to Peoria occasionally and would be interested in having lunch sometime.

If not lunch, perhaps we can exchange an email or two. Look forward to hearing from you! I didn't graduate with the class in Turning 17 as a freshman and 20 in I dropped out in May of 65, and spent the next 32 years at Caterpillar Inc. I had many friends at WCHS. The 35 year reunion was my first and I enjoyed it very much. Thank you for letting me join you and I hope to see you all at the 40th reunion. The picture of Washington Co-op Hi, my name is Jeremiah and I grew up in a very old house in Washington at S.

My parents still live there today but I was wondering if you had any old photos of that house. I found one on this web site that shows a few houses on S. Main but mine is covered by a few trees so I can't see it too well.

Just wondering though if there were anymore out there. When I was younger we also did that Christmas tour thing. I remember I had to stay upstairs though while people came in and ate cookies and snacks: COM I'm more impressed with what you are doing. Our picture file is growing at the Historical Society, and will sometime soon be sorted and catalogued so we know what we have. We had a wonderful Christmas Home Tour this year. Over people came through. The old White Mason-White funeral home was the big draw.

The Ruppman's have been working on it or their contractors have been working on it for almost 5 years and it is close to complete. Again, Thank you for your wonderful excitement for Washington. I've been here 72 years and wish I could see another Don, I've been checking out your site since Keith Smith showed it to me a little over a year ago. It's been great to see so many things that I remember and some I don't!

In 30 years of playing music, mostly in Colorado but other places as well, it's not been uncommon for someone from home to show up in some obscure place and say 'Hi'. The talk inevitably turns to what a great place Washington was to grow up in. After finding the WaCoHi site quite by accident, I was pleased so see 'old times' photos around town. It was the first time I had seen the photo of me at work in front of Bill Engle's gas station on Peoria Street in Your historical presentation brings many happy memories.

Keep up the great work. Don - the site is great. I did not know it existed - now I can share with my brother and sister. I do have the names of a few of the folks from the '65 class, but will have to pull out my ancient pics.

Looking forward to our reunion in July. This is an outstanding piece of work!! It certainly brings back a carload of memories. Thanks for you great effort. It is great to take this walk down memory lane. I found out about reunion after the fact. This is a great site. I'm a long time gone from WaCoHi, but this really brings back some great memories. I see that many of us have traveled far away, but we never can forget those great years and the wonderful simplicity of it all. I didn't make it to the 35th reunion, but John Welch told me about the Web site.

It had some great memories - bitter and sweet. Thank you, Don, for creating this site. I can't find the Uncle Woody's pictures.

I used to work there. I sure miss those "Big Deals. I think my whole set of glasses when I was first married consisted of those confiscated from there. Sh-h-h-h, don't tell anyone.

Does anyone remember the sit-in and our motto: Mary Kay Whalen sent this to me and I am so glad to see such a site dedicated to all of us! Don, thank you, as you did a wonderful job. The memories flooded back! I used to work at Uncle Woody's what fun we had This is so nice.

Feel free to write any time. Born and raised in Washington during the 30's, 40's and early 50's, we lived in paradise, not knowing it. I second Tom's statement. Don your devotion to keeping the spirit of WaCoHi and Washington alive in all of us is fantastic. You are awesome in your hard work.

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Florida deputies called on black father who yelled at son during youth soccer game Deputies were called on a black father who yelled at his son at a soccer game. Hurricane Michael death toll climbs to 26 Sixteen people died in Florida and 12 of those deaths were in Bay County. Florida deputies called on black father who yelled at son during youth soccer game The father said he was yelling at his son not to argue with the referee during the game in Ponte Vedro, when a woman in a golf cart called police on Officer responds to gun call, sees it's kids with a BB gun: Panama City, Florida, residents struggle to recover after Hurricane Michael.

Amber Alert issued for year-old girl after parents are found dead An Amber Alert has been issued for a year-old Wisconsin girl who's gone missing after her parents were found dead in their home. Woman killed while driving believed to have been hit by stray bullet Police believe that aspiring model Kelsey Quayle, 28, was struck by a bullet that was fired from a passing car.

Trump said 'innocent until proven guilty' for Kavanaugh, but not for others He stressed the legal standard with Kavanaugh but called for jailing Clinton. Teen allegedly killed father to protect abused mom Police found Javier Vera dead inside the family's home in Fresno, California, after his son called to report a domestic violence-related injuring, Black boy wrongly accused of grabbing white woman The 9-year-old spoke out at a community meeting held to address the incident.

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