Saturday, February 11, 2017

Filling in the Blanks on Your Personal Tree

I just realized with all these quizzes going around on Facebook, we can use them to fill in our personal time line with data, YES.   : > )

The one I just read I think would be a very good one for all genealogists to answer and add to your tree time line file.

Going to post it here for you all to utilize and remember the past.

I think this will fill in 4 years nicely and help you remember things forgotten.
Thanks Cousin Cheryl.
Your SENIOR year of high school! The longer ago it was, the more fun the answers will be!
1. The year ?
2. Did you car pool?
3. What kind of car did you drive? 
4. It's Friday Night Football were you there? 
5. What kind job did you have. 
6. Were you a party animal? 
7. Were you considered a jock? 
8. Were you in the Band?
9. Were you a nerd? 
10. Did you get suspended? 
11. Can you sing the fight song? 
12. What was your school mascot? 
13. If you could go back and do it all again would you? 
14. Are you still in contact with people from high school?  
15. Do you know where your high school crush is? 
16. What was your favorite subject? 
17. Do you still have your High School ring? 
18. What did you do at lunch? 
19. Did you graduate with the class?
20.  Did you apply to go to College?

1 comment:

  1. My Answers
    1.1958
    2. bus, and maybe four times ride shared with another student as senior
    3. Studebaker of 54 Ford Truck
    4. Band always played the games home and away.
    5. Ranch work after school
    6. No
    7. No.
    8. Yes, Trumpet, Coronet, French Horn and bells
    9. No
    10. Never
    11. If I think of it,
    12. Braves always Braves
    13. Not all of it.
    14. Yes, Marilyn T and Norma B
    15. Buried long ago
    16. Sports and Music and English
    17. No not affordable
    18. Ate Cafeteria or brought lunch.
    19. Yes graduated with class.
    20. Yes Santa Rosa J C. one semester. Finished at Southwestern in CV, CA
    I attended St. Vincents in Petaluma the first two years and Tomales High School the last two years.
    I hear from on person from St. Vincent's and one from Tomales.

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