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Page 22 text:
Pelias being fearful of Jason gave way to the weaker side
and Jason entered his sophomore year, but Pelias resolved within
himself to detain the youth from the Golden Fleece. Jason came
into the sophomore hall.Here he was reunited with his old class-
mates and he told them his past experiences with the centaur and
other happenings in his life.
UT the time came when Jason rejoiced that his
E tAwfLe?: sophomore year had been so successfully spent.
gwwkyvu dig' The year had gone by and Jason found himself a
REA' junior. During this year the junior and sen-
h-hw?mM!Ml l5Q Argonauts were taken into a feasting shall,
the Fox Hotel, where they visited a great fair. In the banquet
room they saw long tables beautifully decorated with rose and
silver. In the center of each table was placed a miniature of
the Trylon and Perisphere, two large buildings at the fair.
All the girls strove to add grace and beauty to the banquet
They sat down at the beautifully decorated tables. And before
all the Argonauts the waiters placed a very delicious dinner. At
last Herman Klapperich, who acted as toastmaster, stood up.
Suddenly all became quiet as he spoke to them and said,HNow that
they got the Wor1d's Fair bu11t,they have to build it over again
because a man was so big he couldn't get 1n.H He
Spoke about what they would see during their ad- Junior-Senior
venture at the fair. Hwhen you go to lunch,N he May 1959
said, "beware of prices and of food, 33.50 a hot
deg and mustard with Grover Wheel1and's perm1ssion.N He told us
about a place called Ritz Hotel, where the manners were the best
and where lamb chops came with slacks on.
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In this place there was an automatic bell and every time one
took the wrong weapon with which to eat, the bell rang. ,There
was one person there who made so much noise eating his soup that
the bell always rang--boy was I embarrassed!
Then Herman introduced Margaret Duggan as the first speaker
saying, WPleese listen to one of the nicest and best girls of the
junior class. With ease and grace Margaret rose and Uwelcomed
the Argonauts to the Fairn. Cleo Helmer told them how they might
WGo to the Falrn. Miss Jones and Miss Sanders played a piano
duet. When they finished playing, Herman smiled to himself and
looked upon them and said, WMy, but that was purtyiu
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Then Wilbur Koloen arose and said, UTo you our instructors
and to you, future heroes we, the seniors, give all that we poss-
ess on condition that you make the 'best use of lt.N And when he
had flnlshed, he looked at many faces in the crowd and noticed
that Mr. Hatle's Judging team which brought high honors back with
them, was there: Mr. Hatle was there, too, but he brought some-
thing better, a maiden from Minneapolis.
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