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A:   187   Joined
B:   192   Not Joined
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PROFILE UPDATES


•   David Johnson  11/28
•   Don Miller  11/27
•   Kathy Christopher (Stack)  11/23
•   Rick Steinmetzer  10/16
•   Terri Renfro (Goff)  10/15
•   Jeanine Cooke (Oudeans)  10/15
•   Carolyn Rommel (Questad)  10/14
•   Stan Stebing (MHS '66)  10/11
•   Marjorie Duff (Taylor)  10/9
•   Steve Favorite  10/8
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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Diane Riffle (Anderson)  11/30
•   Kenneth Anderson  12/2
•   Robin (Rob) Reid  12/2
•   Carole Bendel (Livers)  12/3
•   Linda Waltmire  12/5
•   Jill Keeler (Steele MHS '68)  12/6
•   Linda Rayburn (Brueggeman)  12/6
•   Linda Johnson (Henderson)  12/7
•   Robert Andrews  12/9
•   Connie Bakko (Andel)  12/9
•   Michael Chastain  12/10
•   Bill Farley  12/12
•   Frank Brown  12/20
•   Anne Johnson (Thomas)  12/24
•   Gary Goebel  12/26
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1 lives in France
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91 location unknown
71 are deceased

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Ok, I got myself in a little trouble here.  I thought it would be fun, after hearing stories about high school, to have a "Best High School Story" contest.  We had lots of submissions, and a whole bunch of great stories.  A vote of the class of '67 determined the winner.   There were no recounts, no worries about certification or decertification of results.   There was no cheating, so no election deniers.   We run crisp, clean elections.  Rick Steinmetzer and Don Miller won the top prize.

Here's where it gets a little murky.  Sometimes I fall victim to hyperbole, ... I don't want to, ... but it sneaks up on me.  So, reeling from this affliction, I may have said, ... ok, I did say, ... the winner of the contest was going to get a huge prize.   Actually, I think I said, REALLY REALLY BIG prize.   And yes, you all saw that, and maybe that, in part, was what motivated you to enter your story.  But I digress, ... Rick and Don won the contest, ... but, I never really got approval for the BIG PRIZE from the committee, and more importantly Jeanne Fletcher, our treasurer.   I was just kidding, ... people will understand that, or so I thought.  Uhhhh, no.   A week ago, Miller posts publicly on our site, asking about his BIG PRiZE.   Imagine, calling me out like that.  Well, I tried to laugh it off, but then, ... like a day later, Steinmetzer posts publicly on the site, ... he has publishers interested in their story.   Publishers?   Publishers?   Does anyone ever remember seeing Steinmetzer in the school library, ... now he's talking publishers, like this was a book or something...    Again, I tried to joke my way through this.   But, now Steinmetzer's talking lawyers if they don't get their prize, ... Backes in particular.   I thought Tony was my friend, ... I was only kidding about the salmon colored Sperry's he wore to the Western Roundup Cowgirl Up Picnic.   It was just a joke, Tony.  

So, Favorite and I decided we need to do something about this prize situation, and surprisingly, Steve, came up with a great idea.   So, we're executing on that idea, without approval yet by the committee, and most importantly Jeanne Fletcher, so we're out on a tree limb here, ... way out.    Now, Don posts again, Monday, November 22nd, that he's concerned for my safety, since all of this is being done without approvals.  Will I face any consequences from the committee?   Should I be concerned for my physical well being?   You're scaring me Don.  Now?   Now Don?  Now that you guys pushed me into this, ... you're concerned.   Well, touching as that is, below is a picture of your prize.   So, you guys should send me your sizes and we'll get these great hoodies to you.  I know, I know, ... it's too much, .... well, ... yes it is.  Please write a little note to Jeanne telling her what a great prize the committee got for you.  

 

Now, to the class, ... I know what you're thinking, .... hey, why can't we have one of those cool hooded sweatshirts.   Why not exactly.  Ok, you too can have one.   You're not a contest winner, but hopefully you have money.   If you're willing to pay $35, you'll walk away with one of the most exclusive deals you've ever made.   It's like you traded Russell Wilson to Denver for 3 players and a ton of great draft choices, ... almost that feeling.  This is an exclusive offering.   We're only making 30 of these, ... 2 go to Don & Rick, ... Steve & I are buying one each, so now we're down to 26.   These make the Best Christmas gift ever.   Your spouse would love one, ... everybody looks good in navy, even them.  These are unisex sizes, ... we have small, mediums, larges, xls, and xxls.   Remember, you can place your order on "What's New", or private message me.   They're going to go very fast, trust me.   Probably Sheila, Diane, and Linna will want one out there on the East Coast.  We might have to add a bit for shipping out there.   OK, Black Friday sale starts now.  Underneath "Chiefs",  I just put "Class of '67" on it, ... you don't think young people will confuse that with 1867 do you?   Young people aren't as smart as they used to be.

To order:   You can put a note to me, David Johnson's, on "What's New", or you can private message me on the site, or you can email me at dlexj@comcast.net   The sweatshirts should be ready around December 15th.  Since Jeanne, our treasurer is going to be on a long vacation, you can make your checks out to me, at the following address.  Note your size on the check.

David Johnson

5728 96th St. S.W.

Mukilteo, WA 98275

 

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