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•   Michele Burden (Johnson)  6/18
•   Jacki Bryant (Howard)  6/13
•   Florence J. Larcamp  6/12
•   Carl Hosfeld  6/12
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•   Judith Cook (Fisher)  6/10
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•   James Speicher  7/18
•   Jim Strock  7/18

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Wooster High School
Class Of 1967
ANNOUNCEMENTS

THANK YOU TOM HOUSER FOR SELECTING A TRULY GREAT SONG! OUR STATE SONG...

Friends & Classmates: Updated 6-20-17)

    3 DAYS! The Pointer Sisters sang, "I'm So Excited". That describes my current state of mind, and "All my bags are packed, I'm ready to go"...well truth be told, I'm not  leavin' on a jet plane and my bags aren't packed, but I am getting name badges, attendance prizes and other stuff ready. We'll be seeing you soon in June, with some surprises. Thank you for your response. And thank you to all of you who have been helping me with all the arrangements. This will be my last message until you see me in person and hear my voice next Friday at the Ranch! Take care friends!

p.s. I will keep registrations open until June 19. Please contact me @ 618-314-6811 with any questions or concerns. DJ

Registration Reunion Playlist

  1. Play Those Oldies Mr. DJ - Anthony & The Sophomores (DJ)

  2. Summer In The City - Lovin’ Spoonful (Doug Leedy)

  3. I Want to Hold Your Hand - Beatles (Mike Euga & Karen Lincicome, Vicki Kindsvatter, Dennis Clark)

  4. Happy Together - Turtles (Carol Sigler, Sandy Butdorf)

  5. I Fought the Law - Bobby Fuller Four (Tex Johnston)

  6. Stop! In the Name of Love - Supremes (Jim Strock)

  7. Lightning Strikes - Lou Christie (Sandy Fetter)

  8. A Whiter Shade of Pale - Procol Harum (Rick Kindsvatter)

  9. Unchained Melody - Righteous Brothers (Greg Colbert)

  10. America - Simon & Garfunkel (Michelle Burden)

  11. Let’s Live for Today - Grassroots (George Dilgard)

  12. Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You - Frankie Valli (Harry Landaw)

  13. Wild Thing - Troggs (Ruthann Reinheimer, Wayne Dietz)

  14. He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother - Hollies (Dana Taylor)

  15. Groovin’ - Young Rascals (Stephen Lynn Reed)

  16. Come On and Swim - Bobby Freeman (Don Jones)

  17. Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In - 5th Dimension (Jeanne Lytle)

  18. Friday on My Mind - Easybeats (Dan Wells)

  19. Little Black Egg - Nightcrawlers (Linda Lingle)

  20. 96 Tears - ? & The Mysterians (Lynne Penwell)

  21. Little Bit 'O Soul - Music Explosion (Jim Dyer, Wayne Dietz)

  22. Light My Fire - Doors (Mark Gordon)

  23. To Sir With Love - Lulu (Sue Iannarelli)

  24. Sloop John B. - Beach Boys (Ginger Caylor)

  25. If I Had A Hammer - Peter, Paul & Mary (Karen Fry)

  26. In My Room - Beach Boys (Judy Crites)

  27. Hungry - Paul Revere & The Raiders (For Sheryl Strater by Mark Lindsey)

  28. Cast Your Fate to the Wind - Vince Guaraldi Trio (Mary Jo Cartledge)

  29. Hard Day's Night - Beatles (Larry Snyder)

  30. Tears of a Clown - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles (Martie Taylor)

  31. Goodnight My Love - Paul Anka (Jo Riggle)

  32. Dirty Water - Standells (John Houser)

  33. Leaving On A Jet Plane - Peter, Paul & Mary (Jim Cloyes)

  34. Good Vibrations -Beach Boys (Jeanne Hoessle)

  35. Magnificent Seven - Al Caiola (Doug Webb)

  36. The Letter - Boxtops (Anita Marcovechio)

  37. My Girl -Temptations (Dave Still, Christine Grande)

  38. Louie, Louie - Kingsmen (Anita Marcovechio)

  39. Yesterday - Beatles (Bob Schirmer, Deb Lahey)

  40. I Think We're Alone Now - Tommy James & The Shondells (Marilyn Isch)

  41. In My Life - Beatles (John Carmer)

  42. Tobacco Road - Blues Magoos (James Horst)

  43. She Loves You - Beatles (Gene Stair)

  44. When A Man Loves A Woman - Percy Sledge (Bea Gasbarre)

  45. Cherish - Association (Bob Yund, June Mellinger & Calvin Hites)

  46. Touch Me - Doors (Steve Lehman)

  47. Go Now - Moody Blues (Paula Steigerwald)

  48. Hey Joe - Cryan Shames (Mark Hostetler)

  49. Tracks of My Tears - Smokey Robinson & The  Miracles (Deb Manges)

  50. Can't Buy Me Love - Beatles (Becky Scale, Vic Chewing)

  51. Gimme Some Lovin' (US Version) - Spencer Davis Group (Jon Newman)

  52. Dancing in the Streets - Martha Reeves and the Vandellas (Will Logan)

  53. Dangling Conversation - Simon & Garfunkel (Mark Hersman)

  54. Cool Jerk - Capitols (Bowman Jr. High Dance Contest Contestants)

  55. 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) - Al Kooper/Mike Bloomfield (WUSO DJ's-B.R.& D.J.)

  56. Ramblin' Gamblin' Man - Bob Seger System (Shirl Evans)

  57. Kind of A Drag - Buckinghams (Senior Class '67)

  58. Live - Merry Go Round (Bill Ross of "Me and the Guy's")

  59. 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) - Simon & Garfunkel (Bob Gates)

  60. Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison (Carl Hosfeld)

  61. Drive My Car - Beatles (Jon Cotterman)

  62. Kicks - Paul Revere & The Raiders (Jim Dyer)

  63. Eve of Destruction/Dawn of Correction - Barry McGuire/The Spokesmen (Rod Nester)

  64. I've Got Something on My Mind - Left Banke (Marty Giffin)

  65. Hang On Sloopy - McCoys (Tom Houser)

  66. Different Drum - Stone Poneys feat. Linda Ronstadt (Mark Robinson)

  67. We Gotta Get Out of This Place - Animals (Class of '67)

  68. It's The Same Old Song - Four Tops (Class of '67)

  69. Everyone's Gone to the Moon - Jonathan King (Class of '67)

Neither of these songs is on our playlist for Friday or Saturday night, but just in case we raise our voices, refresh your memory with the lyrics to these two endearing high school anthems! 

Changing Things Up A Bit...See You At the Meet & Greet!

This is the program cover of one of the two games Woo High won in 1966-67. Name the other school we defeated as a result of a awesome goal line stand!

 

"Come On People Now"...It's time to finalize your registration. Let us know you will be attending the 50th Reunion celebration in Wooster, OH this summer. Here is our most recent ad which appeared in the Daily Record. "Let's Get Together" on June 23-25, 2017.

It was 50 years ago today (in England), June 2 in America; but nonetheless, I am happy to announce another attendance prize!

Registration Is Now Open

Registration is now open. (This is the recent ad in the Daily Record) Click on the "50th Reunion Registration" link in the left navigation column. We have been diligent in our efforts to make this event affordable. Please tell your classmates to come to the website to register. Any questions contact me at ddougjones5@gmail.com or call 618-314-6811. Thanks. Don Jones


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1)   Do you know anyone who is not registered on our website, who you have contact with, who we could contact?

 

Crazy idea!

I have printed the sheet music to Carmen OH. Anyone interested in bringing your instrument to the reunion and playing the alma mater on Saturday evening? Ed Franks could dot the "I" in Carmen, Oh"I"o. Just a thought. Plenty of time to sharpen your skills. Just sayin'. DJ


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1)   * Would you bring your instrument to the reunion and join with your classmates to play our alma mater?

Yes No
 

This ad will appear in the Wooster Daily Record during the month of March as an invitation to classmates we have not heard from. I have included my personal information for those of you who have information about "lost" classmates who have not registered on our website. Only 39% of our classmates utilize this site, and I understand not all classmates will come to our 50th reunion, but I would hope anyone who has at least a glimmer of a hope to attend does attend.  It is a teaser ad and we will proceed with other pertinent information as time goes on. I can tell you we will have a block of rooms at the Garden Hilton, Hampton Inn and Days Inn (note lead annoucement with contract rates, etc.) More information will be forthcoming. I really do hope you are putting these dates in your planner. We are working hard to keep the Saturday evening cost to a minimum so all our classmates will be able to attend. The Friday evening pizza and appetizers event at the Grande Ranch will be sponsored by James Cloyes, CPA LLC, so it should be quite affordable. Sorry, I can't arrange for any travel discounts for our out of town classmates!

Ask Any Girl, and they will tell you...

Please friends, don't become weary of hearing and seeing these announcements. I am a firm believer in the theory "repetition creates a lasting memory". Thank you to Marilyn Laher for sending me some clippings which I used in making this brief video announcement.  I hope this finds you well and considering attending our 50th Class Reunion in 2017. I will soon post an outline of events and venues. It is the aim of the Class of 1967 to keep expenses to a minimum, considering many of us are on fixed incomes (I never thought I would ever say that). Take care. DJ

A Well Worn Fight Song Needs You

Fighting My Way Back to My Class Reunion! I Want to See You In Wooster for our 50th Class Reunion. Begin to make your arrangements early. We will have an event each day of the weekend beginning Friday evening at the Ranch.

 

 

"Should I Stay, Or Should I Go"

"Should I Stay, Or Should I Go" I would think you should go. So begin to lay your plans for next June, 2017. Tex and I are gathering resources and beginning to assemble the necessary planning support to make our 50th reunion a memorable one. Join us.

50 Years Ago This Month...

 

50 years ago this month (April) these were the Top 10 Rock and Roll singles and the Top 10 Rhythm and Blues singles. Of these groups and artists, who or which came from Ohio? 

Rock and Roll:

10) I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry-BJ Thomas 
9) Kicks-Paul Revere & The Raiders
8) Time Won't Let Me-Outsiders
7) Ballad of the Green Berets-S/Sgt. Barry Sadler 
6) 19th Nervous Breakdown-Rolling Stones 
5) Secret Agent Man-Johnny Rivers 
4) Good Lovin'-Young Rascals
3) Bang Bang-Cher
2) Daydream-Lovin' Spoonful 
1) (You're My) Soul & Inspiration-Righteous Brothers 

 

R&B:
10) Love Makes the World Go Round-Deon Jackson 
9) She Blew a Good Thing-Poets
8) Ain't That A Groove-James Brown 
7) The Love You Save-Joe Tex 
6) The Old Heart of Mine-Isley Brothers 
5) Satisfaction-Otis Redding 
4) Baby Scratch My Back-Slim Harpo
3) One More Heartache-Marvin Gaye 
2) Get Ready-Temptations
1) 634-5789-Wilson Pickett

Stay Sick! Turn Blue! 

Is there any better reason to attend the Class of '67 50th Class Reunion than the possibility of winning this awesome book "Ghoulardi, Inside Cleveland TV's Wildest Ride"? This is one of many attendance prizes you could possibly win. I'm excited, are you?  Mark your calendar, share your thoughts on what you would like to hear and see (and eat) June 23-25. Hope you are all well. Keep in touch: ddougjones5@gmail.com. 

  • Classmates and Friends: A function of getting older is the necessity to be flexible. I have learned this, many times, the hard way. I chalk this announcement up to my need to be more flexible and to hear the voices of concern regarding decisions I have made. Let me be brief. Several class members voiced concern over the proposed Class Reunion date of June 16-18, 2017. Of greatest concern, Father's Day falls on the 18th. Graduation concerns for earlier in the month have led to a decision (and this is firm) to hold Reunion Weekend on June 23, 24 and 25th. I will be in Wooster mid-August signing a contract for the Wooster Inn Outdoor Pavilion (June 24). This date is being held for us. If you know of any classmates who are not registered on this Class of 1967 website, or who are not a member of the Class of 67 FB Master Mix group, please let me know. This fall we will kick-off "Find Our Classmates" effort. I intend to travel to Wooster on a fairly regular basis to meet with class members and get their feedback. I will be sending updates to those of us who live in the far territories and seeking your input as well. Take care everyone! DJ

Take a moment to view this awesome video from the Student Body of Wooster High School. Go Woo!

https://vimeo.com/144110784 (Highlight the link and right click to be directed to the video)

And for those of you who are residents of Wooster, help the rest of us, out of area, understand the context of this video. Thanks. DJ