General Interest Video Clips

Pete gave a demonstration of his spontaneous dancing abilities at our 45th reunion (July 2003)

After 50+ years, see if you can still remember the words to the West High Fight Song. Thanks to classmate John Rafoth for providing the soundtrack of the West High “Pep Band” that is used in this video.

Share classmate Jill Sievers Elver thrilling leap from a perfectly running airplane. See if you can recognize another classmate that joined her on this adventure.

Several Class of ’58 classmates attended Queen of Peace School prior to “moving on” to West Junior and Senior High.

Thanks to Jerry Paulson for digging into his archives and providing the following photo of the Queen of Peace School 3rd & 4th grade class (1949-50).

This video clip features some of our classmates who were elementary students ad Randall School that attended Randall’s 100th Anniversary Open House

Classmate Chuck Lanphear provided this video, and these comments:

“This is a pianist from Switzerland who plays some of the best Boogie Woogie anywhere.

He is so BIG over there, they hold a week-long Boogie Woogie contest every year and all the best players in the world are invited. In this video he is joined by 2 amazing dancers.

Turn up the volume, watch and give it a listen! If you experience any trouble tapping your foot to the beat, you had better hurry and schedule an appointment with your physician. Now that is what I call some real dancing.”

Thanks to Nancy (Thielen) Ohman for providing this video clip.

Be sure to watch entire clip.  Don’t be fooled by the beginning. Enjoy!

This is a clever way to put a “senior moment” to music. A cross between Jimmy Buffett and ’60s hippy.  Enjoy!

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