Remember the Rhythm Kings from Eliot and Muir High.
That story goes on.
Senior class pictures from the 1956 Hoofbeats Yearbook are still available for viewing here. These are about 40% of the 1956 yearbook pages.
Check the wider John Muir High School Alumni Association for activities and happenings there. And from your classmates in Southern California ...
Classmate names are readily sorted by postal ZIP code. While two-thirds of our graduating class now resides in California, classmates reside in 27 states and six foreign countries, plus Puerto Rico.
Follow this link for more detail on how we cluster.
The class planning committee in Pasadena will be kept informed to assure that whatever diverse communications may develop will not replace, substitute or interfere with any Pasadena-based events or planning. Privacy can be protected by carefully segment the list for only appropriate and limited uses.
Still find links here to the latest post-reunion listing of classmates, whether any of:
Classmate Roster (2007)
Missing Classmates (2007)
In Memoriam (deceased-as known in 2007).
These links are to PDF files, viewable on most browsers. Or you can right-click on the links, and download the PDF files to read and print more easily from your own PDF reader.
Read a recent numerical breakdown of the class roster, how many are still missing, or are deceased.
Our official class alumni site will have this same data, though the files will probably be revised first on this newsletter. Please send any news relevant to the data as it may occur, by email, both to Jack and to Eddie.
We estimated that about 160 classmates attended our August 50th year reunion. Adding spouses and partners, about 250 persons were at the Saturday evening dinner at the University Club. Additional events included group tours and gatherings of classmates at each feeder Junior High School (Eliot, Washington, La Canada); an evening whiz-bang on the evening prior the main dinner, and a Sunday picnic to cap things off. It was a busy few days.