*   Commencement: 06-01-1967
*   81st Graduating Class
*   283 graduates listed in the program

Where are we living? (#s are close, but may NOT be exact)  as of 7/2002
01 Alaska / 02 Arkansas / 06 Arizona / 07 California /
03 Colorado /  01 Iowa / 02 Idaho / 04 Illinois / 01
Indiana /
03 Florida / 02 Kansas / 01 Kentucky  / 01
Massachutes /
02 Maryland / 03 Michigan / 194
Minnesota
[ 78 @ 56308 ] / 02 Montana / 01 Nebraska /
02 New Mexico  / 01 New York / 02 North Carolina / 05
North Dakota /
05 Ohio /02 Oklahoma / 05 Oregon / 02
South Dakota /
01 Tennessee / 06 Texas /   01 Utah / 01
Washington /
01 Washington DC  / 07 Wisconsin / 01
Ecuador /
01 Germany

374     Names currently on file
152     E-mail addresses (reunion notices via e-mail)
140     Reunion notices sent US MAIL
 12     Lost classmates
 51     Lost classmates ("along the way" classmates)
 19     Deceased

Classmates, who married Classmates and are still married:
Mike Allison & Cheryl Spaulding          Jim Hartman & JoAnn McCarthy
David Janke
& Kathy Wussow             Tom Lempka & Margaret Krey
Jerry Podratz
& Paulette Schulz           Robert Vipond & Glenice Olson

1949                                       1967
US President:  Harry S Truman               US President:  Lyndon B Johnson
US Vice-Pres:  Alben W Barkley              US Vice-Pres:  Hubert H Humphrey
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1949 Prices:
Bread:   .14 cents / loaf
Milk:      .84 cents / gallon
Eggs:     .68 cents / dozen
Car:     $ 1,650
Gas:       .27 cents / gallon
House: $ 14,300
Stamp:  .03 cents / each
Avg Income:  $ 3569 / year
Minimum Wage:  .40 cents / hour
DOW Avg:  200
1967 Prices:
Bread:     .22 cents / loaf
Milk:   $ 1.15 / gallon
Eggs:   $ 1.10 / dozen
Car:     $ 2,425
Gas:          .33 cents / gallon
House: $ 24,600
Stamp:      .05 cents / each
Avg Income:  $ 8,801 / year
Minimum Wage:  $1.40 / hour
DOW Avg:  905
Top Songs for 1949
.A. You're Adorable / Perry Como
A Little Bird Told Me / Evelyn Knight
Cruising Down the River / Blue Barron
Forever and Ever / Russ Morgan
Mule Train / Frankie Laine
Riders in the Sky / Vaughn Monroe
Slippin' Around / Marg Whiting & Jimmy Wakely
Some Enchanted Evening / Perry Como
That Lucky Old Sun / Frankie Laine
You're Breaking My Heart / Vic Damone
Top Songs for 1967
Daydram Believer /  Monkees
Grovin' / Young Rascals
Happy Together / Turtles
Hello Goodbye / Beatles
Light My Fire / Doors
Ode to Billie Joe / Bobbie Gentry
Somethin' Stupid / N & F Sinatra
The Letter / Box Tops
To Sir With Love / Lulu
Windy / Association
On TV in 1967
Batman
Bewitched
Bonanza
Dragnet
Get Smart
Gilligan's Island
Green Acres
Gunsmoke
Hogan's Heroes
I Dream of Jeannie
Lost in Space
Mission: Impossible
Star Trek
The Andy Griffith Show
The Avengers
The Beverly Hillbillies
Ther Carol Burnett Show
The Ed Sullivan Show
The Fugitive
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
The Monkees
On TV in 1949
Ed Wynn
Texaco Star Theatre
The Ed Sullivan Show
Time for Beany
Hot NEW toys in 1967
Ants in the Pants
Don't Break the Ice
Dr. Doolittle's Pushmi-Pullyu
Frosty Sno-Cone
Girl From U.N.C.L.E. Trick Gadgets Set
Hats Off
Ker Plunk
Lite-Brite
Major Matt Mason
Skip-Bo
Spudsie The Hot Potato
The Monkees Game
Twiggy Fashion Tote Bag
Uncle Fester's Mystery Light Bulb
Top Books  in 1949
King of the Wind / Marqueite Henry
The Sheltering Sky / Paul Bowles
1984 / George Orwell
Hot NEW toys in 1949
ACandy Land
Cootie
Legos
Scrabble
Silly Putty
1949 Academy Award Winners:
Best Picture:  All the King's Men
                                                / Columbia
Best Actor: Broderick Crawford
                                               / All the King's Men
Best Actress:  Olivia De Havilland
                                              / The Heiress
1967 Academy Award Winners:
Best Picture:  In the Heat of the Night
                         / Walter Mirisch
Best Actor: Rod Steiger
                         / In the Heat of the Night
Best Actress:  Katherine Hepburn
                         / Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
June 1949 Headlines
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1st magazine on microfilm offered to
subscribers (NEWSWEEK)
* GN Clark becomes 1st female US Treasurer
* 1st Afro-American  to graduate from US Naval
Academy (Wesley Anthony Brown)
* State of Vietnam formed
* Central Intelligence Agency Act, passes
* 1st 12 women graduate from Harvard Medical
School
* "Hopalong Cassidy" becomes 1st network
western (NBC)
* South Aftrica begins implementing apartheid;  
no mixed marriages
* US troops withdraw from Korea after WWII
June 1967 Headlines
*
Race riots in Roxbury section of Boston
* 6 day war between Israel, Syria, Jordan, Iraq
and Egypt ends with UN help
* US Supreme Court unanimously ends laws
against interracial marriages
* Thurgood Marshall nominated as 1st black
Supreme Court justice
* "Steve Allen SHow"  premeiers on CBS-TV
* 50,000 attend Monterey Int'l Pop Festival
* 1st Chinese hydrogen bomb explodes
*   Mohamed Ali convicted of refusing induction
into armed services
* Israel annexes East Jerusalem
* LBJ and Alexei Kosygin hold summit meeting in
Glassboro NJ
Top Books  in 1967
Children of Crisis / Robert Coles
Speak, Memory / Vladimir Nabokov
The Art of the Soluble / Peter B Medawar
Up a Road Slowly / Irene Hunt
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