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Leuzinger High School Class of 1981 - Williams Elementary -  A Visit with Linda Stoddard Frizzell
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Linda Stoddard attended Eucalypus Elementary and Hawthorne Intermediate as a child.  In her teenage years, she attended Hawthorne High School... she was a 1960 graduate . After attending college, Linda was hired by The Hawthorne School District in 1965.  For 25 years, she taught at Williams Elementary and then Yukon Intermediate.

In 1972, Linda met Norman Frizzell at a dance in Torrance, CA. The two dated, fell in love, and were married in July of 1973. Thirty-four years later, they are both retired and still living 'Happily Ever After.' I spent a fantastic weekend in Oregon's Hood River Valley with them.

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Williams Elementary 4th Grade 1st Row... Jeff Davis, Selma Moncada, Eve Neill, Roy Green, Gracy Kuhr, Roberto Tegle 2nd Row... Jeanne Reeve, Katherine Holmes, Germaine Nesemann, Steve H...
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10-01-2003
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A luncheon-bridal shower was held for Linda in our classroom.
Posted By: Linda Stoddard HHS 1960
07-09-2007
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The menu included: cupcakes, plain and barbecued potato chips, cupcakes, a bundt cake, and fruit punch.
Posted By: Linda Stoddard HHS 1960
07-09-2007
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Gracy Kuhr and her Mom planned the event. They were assisted by Le Ann Inamine and her Mom, and Jeanne Reeve.
Posted By: Linda Stoddard HHS 1960
07-09-2007
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Linda receives a deep casserole dish with a stainless steel handle and a glass cover.
Posted By: Linda Stoddard HHS 1960
07-09-2007
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Everyone had a great time! It was a week of parties during that last week in June 1973. 1) Monday - Miss Klein and Le Ann thanked the class for being good helpers. 2) Tuesday - A Faculty vs ...
Posted By: Linda Stoddard HHS 1960
07-09-2007
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Norman and Linda Stoddard Frizzell These newlyweds were married in July of 1973... shortly after our 4th Grade Class finished the school year!
Posted By: Linda Stoddard HHS 1960
07-09-2007
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Norman and Linda Breathtaking views of the Columbia River Gorge can be seen from The Vista House at Crown Point.
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07-09-2007
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After a fun day of hiking the numerous paths located at and around Multnomah Falls, you can relax and dine at the Lodge. The lodge was built in 1925 by A.E Doyle, and is designed with stones. T...
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07-09-2007
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This is Multnomah Falls. Its 620-foot drop makes it the second highest falls in the United States.
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07-09-2007
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Terrence Poublon and Linda Stoddard Frizzell Standing near the base of Multnomah Falls.
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07-09-2007
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The Columbia River Gorge is marked by numerous waterfalls, which spill down into the river from tributary streams. The cliff over which they fall exists because the Columbia River has eroded deeply...
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07-09-2007
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For a closer view, walk another several hundred feet up the paved trail to reach Benson Bridge, which spans the falls at the first tier's misty base. Standing on the bridge you have a perfect view ...
Posted By: Terrence Poublon
07-09-2007
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Visiting Multnomah Falls, a 611-foot-tall roaring, awe-inspiring cascade of icy water, lets you experience the power and beauty of nature up close and with ease.
Posted By: Terrence Poublon
07-09-2007
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Mount Hood (called Wy'east by the Multnomah tribe), is a stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc in northern Oregon, in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Mount Hood's snow-cov...
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07-09-2007
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On the way to a nearby trail, we stop and say 'Hello' to a neighbors goat!
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07-09-2007
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Hood River County produces more pears than any other county in the United States, and the Fruit Company on Highway 35 is the perfect place to learn the difference between a sweet Anjou, a crisp Asi...
Posted By: Terrence Poublon
07-09-2007
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The tour guide sitting just behind Linda is honored to give a tour of The Fruit Company Orchards, the 1940’s Fruit Packing Facility, the “Remembering Our Roots” exhibit, and the Cold Storage ...
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07-09-2007
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The Fruit Company offers guided walks through their packing facility and orchard tours aboard a tram. You’ll also find a small museum devoted to local agricultural history.
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07-09-2007
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Wind surfing capital of the world is Hood River's latest distinction.
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07-09-2007
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Previously known for growing luscious apples, pears, cherries, peaches and other fruits, and for the view of the majestic snowcapped peak of Mt. Hood, Hood River has become the destination of choic...
Posted By: Terrence Poublon
07-09-2007
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The winds from the Columbia River Gorge, best during the middle of the day, create ideal conditions for riding the waves.
Posted By: Terrence Poublon
07-09-2007
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Strong rising air from the high plateau to the east pulls in strong westerly Pacific breezes. The Gorge topography squeezes this energy into incredible wind and surf conditions.
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07-09-2007
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Not only is the windsurfing great, but there's an international flavor with sailors from all over the world making the Gorge their summer home.
Posted By: Terrence Poublon
07-09-2007
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