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In Memory

Sandra Pope (Rogers)

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11/20/08 10:53 AM #1    

Ida Massey (Shelton)

Sandra & I had a long track record of "Thinking outside the box" , so when we were about seven years old and fresh out of Bubble Bath, we filled the tub with a WHOLE
box of Tide & lots of hot water.
That's when we discovered the Bubblelicious Power of Tide!
As the bubbles cascaded over the tub & onto the bathroom floor, we decided PERHAPS our experiment was ill-conceived & it was time to seek help.
Unfortunately, our bodies were so slippery, we couldn't get enough traction to get out of the tub, much less make it to the door !
But the more we slipped & slided, the more HILARIOUS we thought it was !
By the time Mrs. Pope heard the gales of laughter & saw the foam oozing from under the Bath door & DOWN THE HALL, it was a scene worthy of a Three Stooges movie
- and we only needed TWO Stooges !
I learned several lessons that day : the 1950's Tide formula was not only an impressive bubbling agent, but quite caustic to young skin !
And if you wanted to get into some good humored mischief, Sandra Pope was your girl !

12/09/08 07:34 AM #2    

Patsy Baker (Perry)

I wish that I had known Sandra growing up, but I only got to know her in high school. But, the thing that she did that made me feel so special, was not a big thing to her, but to me, it was just what I needed at the time. She was one of the first people, of my age, who really liked and wanted one of my paintings. I even tried to talk her out of it, thinking that once she got it home she would regret it. She was persistent, and at a time in my life when I really needed a lift, she made me feel like a person of worth. Thanks, Sandra.
Patsy Baker Perry

02/28/09 11:28 AM #3    

Ricki Reeves (Wright)

Sandra & I were really good friends at Central & RHHS. We always lived just a couple of blocks away and could walk to each other's house, till we got our driver's liscense and thought we were really something. Our parents were friends forever. We had a lot of good memories, spending the night together, visiting relative's houses, like people used to do so much, and it was so nice, wasn't it? She was a great friend and I think about her often, especially when I go down Black St. and see that big 2 story house. God bless you my good friend. Miss you! Love, Ricki Reeves Wright

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