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#423443 - 5th Aug 2010 5:17pm wogger williams.
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does anyone know what happened to wogger. i was on the cross country team at rocky high. i remember he would say am i hurting you hill you said no then hed say i should be im stood on your hair. a very fit man also a very nice man.

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#423460 - 5th Aug 2010 5:51pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: cathcart]
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There were all sorts of rumours about Roy Williams going blind and dying, but the last I heard he was alive and well travelling to other parts of the world - I will try and find the reference.

Sadly Joe Soap died in 2008, while everybody feared him I am sure many would also agree we had a lot of respect for the man.
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#423465 - 5th Aug 2010 5:56pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: diggingdeeper]
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What years did you go to Rocky High Cathcart?
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#423473 - 5th Aug 2010 6:48pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: Capt_America]
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Joe Soap! We all had sideburns (or sideboards) with our "Tony Curtis" haircuts in those days.Joe Soap's favourite 'trick' if you misbehaved was to lift you out of your seat by pulling you up by one of your sideburns. God it hurt,but we didn't complain because we were so tough then. Or so we thought.


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#423480 - 5th Aug 2010 7:15pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: cathcart]
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Originally Posted By: cathcart
does anyone know what happened to wogger. i was on the cross country team at rocky high. i remember he would say am i hurting you hill you said no then hed say i should be im stood on your hair. a very fit man also a very nice man.


That's a favourite saying of Regimental sergeant majors and the like.

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#423484 - 5th Aug 2010 8:31pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: cathcart]
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I remember Wogger and also Atrhur Beadles,memorable gentlemen.I was there from 1965-1970.Headmaster was a man called Reynolds as I remember.Happy days!

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#423487 - 5th Aug 2010 9:04pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: ludwigvan]
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my dad remembers him. he sounded nasty
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#423500 - 5th Aug 2010 10:15pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: Capt_America]
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i was there 1958 till 1960.

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#423512 - 5th Aug 2010 10:44pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: cathcart]
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Wogga used to live up by Broadway and did have a white stick last time I saw him, mind that was 8-10 years ago

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#423568 - 6th Aug 2010 7:58am Re: wogger williams. [Re: rentaclown100]
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my dad remembers him. he sounded nasty


Nah! Just scary.
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#423658 - 6th Aug 2010 1:22pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: detsi]
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my brother remembers standing under the clock waiting to get the cane every one new if u was standing under the clock wogga used to get the stick my brother said great days then he said you could buy a loosy whitch means a siggy from the shop by the bustop and get it taken off you by the teachers waiting to watch you on the bus he recons a head master used to live oppersit the cinderpath on the woody eastate but cant remember his name

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#423663 - 6th Aug 2010 1:32pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: scary]
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hi again heas just remembered the heads name mr winters also a great aim with the cain never missed the creases in your fingers hurt like hell but still found his way under that clock reguarly and he used to say thank you after giving you punishment

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#423778 - 6th Aug 2010 9:43pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: scary]
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I was at Rock Ferry from 1969 to 1976 and remember all of these teachers. Harry Winters, was a Biology teacher while I was there. He was a good man and he did live on the woodchurch estate but I dont think he was ever head. Josh Reynolds was head and then R.C.Elmer took over while I was there.

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#423780 - 6th Aug 2010 9:45pm Re: wogger williams. [Re: ludwigvan]
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Originally Posted By: ludwigvan
I remember Wogger and also Atrhur Beadles,memorable gentlemen.I was there from 1965-1970.Headmaster was a man called Reynolds as I remember.Happy days!


I was there the same years. Joe Soap came into the Latin classroom in Ravenswood one day and caught me sitting on the radiator pipes. He made me sit there for the whole lesson - ended up with blisters! blush

Strange thing about Wogger Williams and Arthur Beadles was that Wogger looked quite ancient, while Arthur always seemed the super-fit one. However, Arthur died at a very early age (around 50, I think he was).

Some of the other teachers I remember at that time were Cecil Mann, 'Iggy Top', Emlyn Jenkins, 'Scrogger' Williams, and one whose name I can't remember,but he looked the spitting image of Bamber Gascoigne.

Also remember chucking snowballs at the 'Janny'.
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#423850 - 7th Aug 2010 11:30am Re: wogger williams. [Re: tom54]
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he died in oct 2002 good riddance the man was a bully

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