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Old 10-12-2002, 04:30 PM
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hi i went to Lae High in 1974
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Old 21-05-2004, 12:53 AM
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hi this is glennis korsman and we lived in dysox street and before that lived in parer street my dad was with TAA as a pilot
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Old 30-05-2004, 06:57 PM
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I am interested in hearing from anyone who was a student at Lae High School from 1969 to 1972
I attended Lae High in 1973 and am in contact with Terry Thompson who was at Lae High in 1972. Do you remember Terry?
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Hi- My brother and I went to Lae High - Peter came down from Tusbab,and went into Year One I think, I had a year at the Primary A, and then into High for Form 1 and 2. I think Mr FLute was the HM, remeber a few others as well. Dad was the ANZ Manager in Lae (before that Madang, and prior to that Mt Hagen for a bit as well). I had been back on contract to PNG in the mid 80's, and then again 1992 for another 5 years- Cheers ! Chris Durman cdurman@commercialcapital.com.au
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Old 20-10-2004, 03:47 PM
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Cool Lae High School 1969-1970

I was at Lae High in 1969-1970 (Years 9 & 10). Dad was the Headmaster at Bulae Primary next door (Allan Thomson). My sister Meg was in Year 7 & 8 during the same time. I was with John Manaus (local - well, ex-Wewak area, boarded at Sallies Hostel). If anyone remembers me I'd love to catch up with you! Best times in Lae. Fantastic experience and still reasonably fresh in the old memory banks. I was there when we had that sweet honey of a teacher for Maths (big boobs!) who ended up having a liason with the guy who had a mini - I think his name was Willy (appropriately!). I'm a bit vague on names but it was so much fun living in Lae at the time. Going through the photos on the forum has brought back so many memories - I remember the Soul Survivors! I'd forgotten all about them till I read about them on the forum!! We used to live in the last flats next to Markham Road (under the flight path for the airstrip) next to the Golf Club. Had a huge yard. As someone else said living in PNG back then was a huge priviledge and certainly had a part in our overall development.
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Old 02-08-2005, 10:59 AM
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Hi, I attended Lae High School 1969 - 1974, Marianne De La Motte, the teacher with the big boobs was Pam Shryver, and the guy in the mini was Walter, we had many drives around Lae in that blue mini, I think his surname was Shultz. Cheers to all
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I was at Lae High in 1969-1970 (Years 9 & 10). Dad was the Headmaster at Bulae Primary next door (Allan Thomson). My sister Meg was in Year 7 & 8 during the same time. I was with John Manaus (local - well, ex-Wewak area, boarded at Sallies Hostel). If anyone remembers me I'd love to catch up with you! Best times in Lae. Fantastic experience and still reasonably fresh in the old memory banks. I was there when we had that sweet honey of a teacher for Maths (big boobs!) who ended up having a liason with the guy who had a mini - I think his name was Willy (appropriately!). I'm a bit vague on names but it was so much fun living in Lae at the time. Going through the photos on the forum has brought back so many memories - I remember the Soul Survivors! I'd forgotten all about them till I read about them on the forum!! We used to live in the last flats next to Markham Road (under the flight path for the airstrip) next to the Golf Club. Had a huge yard. As someone else said living in PNG back then was a huge priviledge and certainly had a part in our overall development.
HI John

I went to Lae High School 1970, 71 and 72( Form 4). I agree that living in PNG in those days was a privilege. we have kids in our class from many different countries and i have fond memories.

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I am interested in hearing from anyone who was a student at Lae High School from 1969 to 1972
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I went to Lae High in 1970, 71, 72.

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Hi - I was at Lae High 69-71. Some of the best days of my life. I remember well the Dutch math teacher - lots of fun and the NZ headmaster mr Flute who taught about the semi-colon in Science then of course there were the good times at the Cecil pool... I remember, a Steve and Wayne along with a German kid Roger don't know what happened to any of them.
Anyone recall the looks on Mrs Duncan's face when we brought CCR music to class!
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