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•   Mary Hallenbeck (Hobson)  7/2
•   Mary Bruce (Haunreiter)  6/29
•   Jack Bigler  6/17
•   Mary Ann Krebs (Collins)  5/17
•   Patricia Donatoni (Timmerman)  3/27
•   Marlene Thorn (Kurpiewski)  3/12
•   Janice Kallunki (Behrens)  3/11
•   Kerry McDonald (Henderson)  1/28
•   Cheryl Jensen (Gerber)  1/23
•   Bud Kopp  1/22
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7 live in Alaska
9 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
15 live in California
2 live in Colorado
2 live in Florida
1 lives in Hawaii
8 live in Idaho
2 live in Illinois
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Mississippi
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in Nevada
1 lives in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
10 live in Oregon
1 lives in Tennessee
2 live in Texas
2 live in Virginia
181 live in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Austria
108 location unknown


•   Judy Ashbrook (Hoffman)  7/31
•   Susan Sanders (Ritter)  7/31
•   Eleanor(Jane) Elson (Nations-Green)  8/1
•   Gerald Lloyd  8/4
•   Herbert Anderson  8/6
•   Sara McGibbon (DuBois)  8/14
•   Janet Spatz (Jensen)  8/14
•   Patricia Hekkanen (McKenna)  8/15
•   Susan Nelson (Denton)  8/17
•   George Connor  8/19
•   Rodney Boling  8/20
•   Andrea Faste  8/20
•   Donna Evans (Larsen)  8/21
•   Janis Jensen (Quinn)  8/26


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I recently read Thief of Hubcaps and Other Stories by Bob McAllister. Bob graduated from Edmonds High in 1959, and while older than we are, shares many of the same memories growing up in Edmonds in the 50s. More relatable from a guy's perspective (he is after all, a guy), he did bring back to life teachers (Mrs. Hennum), police (Rube Grimstad) and places (Princess Theatre, Hummingbird Hill), familiar to us all. Most of his stories are set in Edmonds, with the remainder on Baingridge Island where Bob taught English and drama, and Washington state. A very enjoyable read. Thief of Hubcaps is available on Amazon for $2.99 on Kindle and in paperback for about $15.

Janet Spatz Jensen


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