For people who attended Crawford High School or would have attended if they hadn't
moved -- or just have fond memories of San Diego in the '40s, '50s and '60s.

Check out the Crawford High web site.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Class of '64 Luncheon

Bob Lawrence has given Nancy and I a one-time '64 Waiver to attend the '64 Luncheon at Lido's in Lemon Grove on July 28th. Email Bob at and see if he'll let YOU come. Click HERE to check out Lido's web site. Read CAREFULLY -- the 1959 prices are for comparison only.

It's NOT Annette Funicello?

When I saw your photos last week I thought, YIKES -- John thinks he's got Annette and Frankie there. Who am I to ruin the spell? Those truly were "Happy Days" in which we learned to dance with a doorknob and American Bandstand. We loved cruising drive-ins on Friday nights and thought we were going to live forever. Ted Hazlewood was my brother Jim's best friend. His entire family even came to my mother's funeral a few years ago -- Sharon Mass '61


Jim Mass was in my wedding and we were good friends from junior high at Horace Mann all the way through high school. We were also neighbors in the Oak Park area off of Redwood St. The picture of Sharon was given to me by her. She and her mother used to call me Tedderball. We were good family friends. Here's another view of my '40 Ford -- Ted Hazlewood '63