IT'S STILL DARK IN PACIFIC BEACH, but they say it's gonna be a scorcher in San Diego. Nancy and I were at the Amigo Spot TWICE yesterday. Once for lunch with the Class of '63 Reunion Committee and again in the evening to hear Paul the Guitar Player (I forgot his last name). The hotel was hosting a Clown Convention and it turns out that Veronica the Desk Clerk and Rosa the Hostess are both terrified of clowns. A sit-com ready to be written.
Once again, Elaine Robinson Davis '61, who allegedly lives in Montana, will be part of the local art scene. She will be participating in the 7th Annual University Heights Arts Open this Sunday, September 16th from 11-5. Her studio is located at 4576 Maryland St. Her work will include both San Diego and Montana paintings. She hopes you'll stop by and say "hello".
Tim and Peggy Crowe Castagna have been missionaries in the Philippines for 27 years. They're planning a two-month visit to San Diego next Spring and want to know if, perchance, the Class of '73 will be having a reunion at that time.
GRACIOUS SAKES ALIVE, people sure can be testy!!! I heard from a lot of folks who pointed out that Earl Altschuler is not in the middle of the photo above. It did occur to me that he looked really good, but I just assumed he'd had some "work" done. Guess that's Earl on the right.
School's back in session, so it's time for the Golden Anniversary Pacer, issued on September 13, 1962. Click HERE to read all four pages.