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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Judee Johnson (Adkins)  8/27
•   Marla Kay Seaton (Stinger)  8/30
•   Kent Storey  8/31
•   Walter Druce  9/2
•   Jim W Rodda Jr.  9/3
•   Welby Scott  9/3
•   Bob Flandro  9/4
•   Tom Lloyd  9/6
•   Lynn Merrell (Detweiler)  9/6
•   Larry Ames  9/8
•   Oscar Kenneth Pierce  9/8
•   Keith Jenkins  9/9
•   Dale Hailstone  9/15
•   Carma Winn (Madsen)  9/16
•   Lloyd O'Neil  9/18
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WHERE ARE
THEY NOW



WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

24 live in Arizona
32 live in California
8 live in Colorado
1 lives in Delaware
3 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
1 lives in Hawaii
317 live in Idaho
3 live in Illinois
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Louisiana
1 lives in Maryland
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Montana
1 lives in Nebraska
14 live in Nevada
3 live in New Mexico
1 lives in New York
2 live in North Carolina
1 lives in North Dakota
2 live in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
24 live in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
7 live in Texas
52 live in Utah
1 lives in Vermont
1 lives in Virginia
35 live in Washington
4 live in Wyoming
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in Sweden
20 location unknown
86 are deceased

THIS DAY IN HISTORY


Pocatello High School
Class Of 1963
ANNOUNCEMENTS

PASSWORD INFORMATION

Some of you have had problems with your password and have emailed to ask us to send it to you.  We cannot access your password, but here is something you can do.  There is a "Forgot password?" grayed box in the upper right hand corner of the sign-in page.  You can click on that and change your password yourself.  If for some reason that doesn't work, send a message and either Von or Nancy will reset the password for you.  Once we've notified you of the reset password, you should go in and change it to something you can remember easily.  The other thing you can do to make this process much easier is to check the "Keep me logged in" box.  You can close the app on your computer as you always do, but the next time you access pokyhigh63.com you will be automatically logged in.  This works unless you don't save "cookies" on your computer or if your system is updated and cookies are erased in the process.  If you don't understand "cookies", go ahead and try it.  If your password is not saved the next time you log in, chances are that saving cookies is blocked on your computer.  In either case, it's important that you save your password by writing it down somewhere. 

 If you learn of the passing of any of our classmates from locations outside of Pocatello, please notify Fred Evans (with the obituary if possible) or Nancy Graves Briggs.  Thank you!

Our website has had 54942 visits!

(multiple visits in a day count as one visit!)


Are you a Facebook user?  If so, check out "Class Connection", another way to access our website but still keep all the information secure.  Just select the "Class Connection" selection under "Member Functions" on the left and you will go into Facebook.  Enter information requested and you will see our new website access.  If you aren't a Facebook user, you don't have to worry about it.  You can continue to access our website as you always have.  Facebook users have both options now.  Let us know what you think of it!

Welcome to the Pocatello High Class Of 1963 web site! 

 Please log in and set up a profile!  Also, please help get the word to other classmates who haven't yet signed on and updated their profiles.  We're trying to get as many classmates to participate as possible.

 

 

School Loyalty

We're loyal to you, Poky High,

We're the Red and the Blue, Poky High

We'll back you to stand 'gainst the best in the land

For we know you have sand Poky High.  Rah!  Rah!

So give us first place, Poky High

And give us the prize, Poky High.

Our team is our fame protector.

On, on for we expect a victory

For our Poky High.

Che He Che Ha; Che Ha! Che Ha! ha! ha!

Che He Che Ha; Che Ha! Che Ha! ha! ha!

Poky High!  Poky High!  Poky High!

Bring out that dear old flag of the Red and the Blue.

Bring out you sons and daughters fighting for you

Like men of old and giants, placing reliance,

Shouting defiance, Oske Ow Ow!

Amid the sage brush hills that cover our land

For honest labor and for learning we stand

And unto thee we pledge our hearts and hands.

Dear alma mater, Poky High!