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Freshman Freddie Here - 11
08/14/03     Fred J. Spencer  (1964)      f&pspencer@kimbnet
Someone from another class just told me about this site. just through I would leave a message to let everyone know I was still alive.
 
08/14/03     BUDDY RODEN  (1964)      james.h.roden@carrier.utc.com
Re: Freshman Freddie Here
GOOD TO HEAR FROM YOU FREDDIE, MISSED YOU AT OUR LAST REUNION.
CALL ME NEXT TIME YOUR IN MYRTLE BEACH.
08/15/03     Carlotta Spencer Aist  (1965)      caist101@cox-internet.com
Re: Freshman Freddie Here
Good to see you on the site, Freddie. I think we are distant cousins. I am in the class of '65 but moved away from Martinsville as soon as I graduated. My grandmother, Pearl Spencer, lived on Dillard St (near the mill property) for all the years I knew. Hope you are doing well. Keep posting
08/16/03     JERRY POFF  (1964)      POFFJD@AOL.COM
Re: Freshman Freddie Here
FREDDIE , GLAD YOU FOUND THIS SITE. MOST OF MY MEMORIES OF YOU ARE RELATED TO SPORTS. I HAVE LOTS OF GOOD MEMORIES OF OUR DAYS AT CLEARVIEW ELEMENTARY-- BASKETBALL AND SOFTBALL. MY BROTHER-IN-LAW PLAYED GOLF WITH MR. CUMBERLEDGE TODAY. HE, MR. C., TRIED TO KEEP US ON THE STAIGHT AND NARROW AT CLEARVIEW. DELIGHTED TO HEAR FROM YOU. JERRY
08/16/03     JERRY POFF  (1964)      POFFJD@AOL.COM
Re: Freshman Freddie Here
FREDDIE , GLAD YOU FOUND THIS SITE. MOST OF MY MEMORIES OF YOU ARE RELATED TO SPORTS. I HAVE LOTS OF GOOD MEMORIES OF OUR DAYS AT CLEARVIEW ELEMENTARY-- BASKETBALL AND SOFTBALL. MY BROTHER-IN-LAW PLAYED GOLF WITH MR. CUMBERLEDGE TODAY. HE, MR. C., TRIED TO KEEP US ON THE STAIGHT AND NARROW AT CLEARVIEW. DELIGHTED TO HEAR FROM YOU. JERRY
08/29/03     Benjamin (Benny) Stanley  (1964)      purpled@flash-pic.com
Re: Freshman Freddie Here
Freddie,

I hope you don?t mind my sharing of this little story from our days in shop class.

All of us in the Automotive Shop class had worked very hard to take apart and rebuild our respective engines. A none to simple task considering that we had more parts missing than present. ?Bo? Eastridge and I were lucky enough to get ours back together(?)first. We were allowed to attempt to ?start er up.? Since we had very few, if any, gaskets for the engines and were pouring gasoline directly into the carburetor, Freddie was assigned to man the fire extinguisher. (Boy, the EPA, EOC and about ten other agencies would have had a field day in that class)

On our first attempt to crank the engine, it backfired and caught on fire. Where was Freddie with the fire extinguisher? Half way out of the door in about two steps!!!! In Freddie?s defense, the engine had no exhaust system at all and it sounded like a giant explosion when it started. We all had a great laugh (sorry Freddie) and went back to class.

I hope life has treated you well my friend,
09/01/03     kenwilson@sitestar.net
Re: Freshman Freddie Here
Freddie!
Glad you fond the site. I have coffee with my dad sometimes at Bo Jangles in Villa Heights.He goes there every day around 7:30 AM. Look him up. He's usually there with his retired DuPont friends...Take care...Ken Wilson
09/03/03     Douglas Finney  (1964)      finney@exis.net
Re: Freshman Freddie Here
Hey Freddie!
Good to hear from you. Missed seeing you at the last reunion. Do you still live in Martinsville?
Hope to see you at the all class reunion Oct. 11.
Douglas
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