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.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

March 18, 2016

Hope you enjoy this Bizarro cartoon as much as I did.

I never heard back from Kelcie Butcher about the athletic shoes so I'm abandoning my "new shoes" campaign.  If you want to send a check contact Susan Marshall Gordon at about where to send it and who to make it out to.  

In what has become an annual (or bi-annual) tradition, Joe Dyke ’65 reminds me that there is only one “S” in Daylight Saving Time.

That was NANCY Myers Woodward ’72 who shared news on the demolition of the Crawford campus -- not Kathy.

Dominic Gaccetta '73 checks in from Kingman, Arizona, where he is building a Missionary Training Center.  Contact him a if you want more information.

Debbie Nichols Poulos ’63 would like to hear from anyone with suggestions on how to publish her book about teaching Grades 4-6.  Her email address is

This 1955 photo of San Diego State faculty members accompanied a nice article on Professor John R Adams in the Spring 2016 issue of 360: The Magazine of San Diego State University.  I'm wondering how many of them had children who went to Crawford -- such as Richardson, Sorensen, Lamden and Schrupp.  Click HERE to read the article and see an enlarged copy of the photo.

Got to thinking about Oscar's hot apple pies.  Click HERE to check out the whole menu.  There's a lot of Oscar's memorabilia on the Memories Page.