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Videos Now Available!
Videos have also been added to the 2004 Reunion
Sunday Morning Brunch Photos Page!
Be sure to see Mike Blackman as
Boys Health Teacher Charley "Smeethe" Smith.
And watch the Coronet Films we had to watch back in the day!
Remember the "The Last Prom?" Watch it below!
The Last Prom
Shot at WHS
(If you get some kind of error message when you hit play, just hit "dismiss all")
The WHS Class of 1969
Monday of the month at Max & Erma's
in Kenwood at 6:00 PM except on holidays.
Members of the WHS Class of 1967
are welcome to come!
Are you Delta Beta (DB) alumni?
If so contact me
(via the "Contact" page) and I will put
you in touch with Eric Hawks (WHS '65) in regards to DB get-togethers.
Download Treasures In Sound
from 1965 and 1966
1965 Side A
1966 Side A
In 1965 & 1966, Mr. Anaple Produced two LP's as shown above. These are available for FREE DOWNLOAD. Just
right-click on the above album covers and then
choose "Save Target As" (IE Explorer). For Firefox and Chrome,
right click then "SaveLink As"
If you'd rather have a CD with the nifty covers as shown above, send me an email
from the CONTACT page and I'll explain the costs.
Message from Walter Schmidt
I ran across this while I was
searching through some old projects
that I did in my printing classes.
It is a history of Woodward written
by a decendent of William Woodward.
Facts are reported to be true,
however, some are a little different than others I have seen.
book was printed and binding done by the school shop. I did
most of it myself,
coming in early before school. The project was pulled
and scrapped, I was not told why.
The last I knew of the book, it
was put into the vault, where the copies are now is anyone's guess.
I have a full copy, not in good shape, 111 pages, printed in 1965.
thought someone might be interested that this exists.
Message from Paul Hendrick
I edited a history of WHS written
by Tom Woodward, Class of 1964, and have
a copy. There was a vault off the main office at Woodward - maybe they copies
there. Or work was done to restore the Jones Room as a Museum - perhaps
books were located then. I know the portrait of Cleon Wingard that was a
the Class of 65 was on display at his funeral a few months ago. I was
it had not just disappeared in whatever has happened to and with Woodward
over the years. Cleon and his son had gone to the school to inquire
it when Cleon wanted to have it for some reunion or something. They told
him it was in storage somewhere in the school and he could have it. Has
anyone asked at the school? Does anyone know how to get in touch with Tom
I'm sure he is outof town and have heard nothing of him in years and years.
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