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'Marjorie Duggan is now an air-plane stewardess, on an
airplane, which flies between Laramie and Adams. On her,
trip to washington, she enjoyed chatting with the-pilot
Hormel's private secretary is Kathleen Karsburg. She
says business is better than over. Even though the Armis-
tice has been signed, the boys in the army ond navy are
still eating plenty. I
Gerald Krebsbeok is doubling for Arthur Murray inWThc
Steps of the Yeeru. Being around the movie stars helps to
keep your eyes open, doosn't it Jerry?
The warner Brothers are now having n.big increase in
the demand for movies. Geneveive Barthelme, their .litest
find is always signing peoples autograph books these days.
Herbie Scheafer is the manager of a Uhook-shopUin.N6w
York City. He says he has quite a collection of used ti-
A man who has been doing plenty in helping to keep the
Japs from revolting in this country is Edgar Meister. We've
even noticed a slight Japanese accent in his speeohhtonight
Rapheal King is now a prosperous farmer at Rattlesnake
Gulch. This is Quite a town from what Rapheal says.
The famous author, Glenn Peterson, who has just com-
pleted nStardomP which will soon be put into a movie, is
here. He told us that most of the credit should be given
to his secretary, Ardclle Anderson, who has been assisting
him in his work.
Benjamin Winkcls and Gerald Landhcrr are working on
the ranch of Body Lamaer. They seem to be enjoying their
work very much, or is it the work that they are all smiles
We have all enjoyed a very pleasant evening, and we-
wish John all the success in the world, in his new carrer .
Kathleen Karsburg and Genevieve
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' Today, January 20, l949,is the day that John Schneider
was innagurated as president. This evening he has asked
'the class of '42 to come to the White House.
The first one we meet as we come in is Paul Erie.
. HGabbyH is now coaching the famous basketball team at Adams
They won the state championship at Adams.
Who are the two girls that have just come ina No one
else but those two nurses from St. Mary's -Hospital at
Rochester, Natalie Erckenbrack and Shirley Nagel. After
talking to them, we find that they have assisted at some
very serious cases.
Who is that man shaking hands, with the Presidentifit
is none other than the famous orchestra leader Robert Klap-
perich, HKing of the Sax.U He and his WSwaying Swingstersn
are new playing a weeks engagement at the Stork Blub.
Also present tonight is the Ambassador to Great Brit?
ian, Robert Barthelme. He is surrounded by photographers,
and his picture will aepear in all the papers tommorrow
Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson are being received by the
President. Mrs. Nelson is the former Florence fKnutson.
Before her marriage she was Shirley Temple's private teac-
her. Billy is now in partnership with his father in the
Creamery at Wadena.
Who's that drawing all the attention of the girls?
THEY seem to be attracted by his red hair and his uniform.
Urban says, by the year 2400, he ought to be a corporal in
the U.S. Army. I
We've just been talking to Delores Ewald of the Adams
Business College, who is teaching the younger generation
the fundamentals of Shorthand and Typing.
The man now speaking to the first lady is Carleton
Johnson, Minnesota football player who has just been elect-
ed the All-American.
Also present here is Ardis Larson, who is a lynotype
operator on the UTeapi Gazette. W As we understand Taopi
has grown to be quite a town.
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We, the Senior Class, being of questionable mind and
doubtful intellect, without malice toward anyone, but with
no feeling of generosity,dd ordain and establish this dow-
gent to be our last will and testament of our high school
To Mr. Sorknes, we bequeath all our long themes and
expect that he will burn much umidnight oilu in reading
them. We also will all our Observers and notes we took in
class which have become worn out from such hard usage.
To Mr. Glesne, we bequeath our unexcused absences and
hope they can think up better reasons next year.
To Miss Homan, we bequeath a new mimiograph machine
with automatic devices for such things as drop sheets and
removing ink spots.
To Mrs. Stout, we bequeath our knowledge of English
literature and grammar.
To Joe Adams, we bequeath a new mowing machine. We
thought you'd like one with a little less noise, Joe!
To Mr. Stegeman, we will all the extra copies of the
UHut-Sut Songin We know it's your favorite song.
To Mr. Smith,we bequeath a book on UChild Care,n pro-
viding he doesn't wear tt out.
To Mrs. Gronfor,we will much success and happiness in
her married life.
To Miss Christiansen, we will a pair of stilts so she
can see what's going on in the back of the assembly.
To Miss Toft, we will our good behavior and conduct
during our school days.
To Miss Bhend, we will our ngift of gabn so she can
make nice long speeches to her classes.
To Miss Neilson, we will all of our dramatic ability.
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