Guess Who Pictures
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Joan Yanagibashi found these pictures in her desk
We think the lower row is of her younger sister's classmates.
Miller Street Gal Gal Gals & Guy with wife
Terry & Lois Link <AncienneBoulangerie@compuserve.com>
My wife (Lois Houghton of Santa Maria, California) and I operate a bed and breakfast in
Caunes-Minervois, a village about 20 km. northeast of Carcassonne nestled at the
base of the Montagne Noire. We also have houses here which we rent by the week. Caunes is a medieval village--there has been a
settlement here at least since Roman times--and our properties are among the narrow
streets and stone walls of the old part. The abbey here was chartered by Charlemagne more than 1,200 years ago. Services are still held
in its church and so are concerts. The town has more than 1,500 residents and good range of
services--three doctors, two dentists, a bank, mechanics, two restaurants,
a pharmacy, groceries, a bakery, charcuteries, etc. Traveling merchants who stop each week in the village for several hours supplement
them. The rolling plain stretching 40 miles east to the beaches of the
Mediterranean is largely planted in grapes and wine is main industry. But apples, cherries, olives and melons are other common crops. Most
of the mountainous land to the north of Caunes is public and open for hiking.
The mountains to the north are sparsely populated and forested with pine, chestnut, beech and oak trees.
Carcassonne, largest walled city in Europe, is the best known attraction of the region. You can drive into the Pyrenees in an
hour. Barcelona, Lyon and Bordeaux are a half-day away. Caunes is well-located
for day trips to Toulouse, Albi, Montpellier, Collioure, Nimes, Andorra,
etc. This is also Cathare country: Two important Cathare cites--Minerve
and Chateaux de Lastours--are both near Caunes and Montsegur, Queribus and
other landmarks in the war waged against these heretics of the Middle Ages
are less than two hours away. At l'Ancienne Boulangerie B&B, all five of our rooms
have double beds. Two also have single beds. The rooms are furnished in a comfortable
country style. Three rooms have a private shower and toilet. The remaining
two rooms share two exterior bathrooms and a separate w.c. We are recommended by Karen Brown's "French Country Bed
& Breakfasts" and Rick Steve's guidebook. Our rooms with a shared bathroom are 150 francs for one
person, 225 francs for a couple. The price includes a continental breakfast. The
rooms with a private bath are 325 francs per night, double occupancy. One of these rooms also has limited cooking facilities--a two-burner
gas hotplate, coffeemaker, dishes, etc. There is bus service morning and evening between Caunes
and Carcassonne and to other nearby towns. There is local taxi, or we can arrange to pick guests up at the Carcassonne depot. Guests share the terrace and may use the barbecue by
arrangement. We also maintain a small library of guidebooks, maps and tourist
brochures for guest use. For reservations, we require a 50 per cent deposit in
advance, either in francs or dollars, personal checks are acceptable. Sorry, we
do not accept credit cards.
Terry and Lois Link
These Pictures are from Maryly Smith
Main Street School Trip to the Knudsen Plant 1948 Courtesy of Frank Gonzales
Joanne Cicero Susie Holbrook Jean Heritage Bud Simco Frank Gonzales Gordon Langenbeck Dick Beal?
Miller Street, probably 3rd grade 1948
Camp Fire Girls Cabin at Buena Vista Park
This picture from Gay LaRue 4th or 5th grade
Rainbow Girls and some luck guy.
I thought we had this one figured out, but then I lost it... so we're starting over.
Camino Colegio Gang 1958