Sometimes it’s fun to look at old issues of the Punahou Bulletin. The February, 1982 Punahou Bulletin had one of the more interesting Punahou74 class notes reports. Are you interested in reading about these classmates for a second time?
CORALIE CHUN Matayoshi, who was recently wed, was sworn into the practice of law in 1981 by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor in Washington. She was the first person to be sworn in by the newest Supreme Court justice. Coralie is an attorney specializing in anti-trust in the U.S. Department of Justice.
CRAIG TANNER writes from Vista, Ca. where he and his wife, Carla, are living, that he is vice-president of National Consulting Service. Craig, who graduated from BYU, also wrote news of his sisters; JOY ’77 (Glazier) and LEA ’75 (Bennett). Both own homes and live near their parents, former Punahou teacher Sue, and Dr. Frank Tanner who also live in Vista. “Our family was one of the few to have seven children in Punahou at the same time,” Craig adds.
It used to be ARLETTE PATTERSON but now the legal name of our class of ’74 dancer is Arlette! (with the exclamation point). There’s quite a bit to exclaim about too. Arlette! has done seven movies, including “Thank God It’s Friday,” “Xanadu,” “SOB” and numerous TV shows. Arlette!, whose work has taken her to Japan and Canada, is now concentrating on becoming a well-rounded performer, improving singing and acting skills with “stardom the ultimate goal.” She doesn’t forget, though, to add a thank-you to where it all began, “to Punahou, its Dance School, and of course, Jo Flanders.”