Adams High School - Argo Yearbook (Adams, MN)

 - Class of 1943

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Page 74 text:

A QE X e l 'u . .5 X '-l -1 5 SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY The occasion of this gathering of the class of 1945 of the Adams High School is at a U.S.O. Party, at the Stegedoor Canteen, in New York City. As we enter the canteen we are met by the tingling music of Fritz Bolton'snL1cKety Splitsu playing nJungle Rhythm.nThey are on tour from Hollywood. If you haven't noticed it before, that throbbing rhythm is due largely to George Ulrich's expert nsendingn on the bull fiddlE,f' We are now met by our charming hostess, Hazel Bell who leads us to the ugrubu line. There we renew our acquaintance with our old c1essmatg,Marion Smith while she is spearing doughnuts. She is the assistant hostess. She bashfully takes us into her confidence and tells us that tonight she intends to announce her engagement to a Marine. As we grab a uhot dog,u we hear a most delightful Latin voice comming from the direction of the stage. We are pleasantly surprised to find Carmen Lopez as the owner of the voice. She was better known to us as Edna Segobia during school days. She is currently starring with the uL1ckety Splits.u We are nearly bowled off our feet as we see a Naval officier, a Marine,and an Army officier come in srm-in- arm. We.recover slightly when we discover their .true identities. The Navy is represented by Petty Officeir, Willard Andersong the Marine is Sgt. Harold Mnndler,nnd Major Wilfred Thome is the soldier. Harold thas just returned from the Far Eastern war as witnessed by his slight limp. Jillard was in Q Nsvil bfttle nenr the island of Honshu,Jnpnn, and Major Tnome is an instructor in a tank school in Georgia. A big, burly Military Police officier has followed , this queer trio in. He suspects trouble abrew with a" combination like tnnt.He is our old friend Donold Bissen His face becomes wre thed in smiles as he shakes hands with everyone and then returns to his best with a sure promise to return later when off duty.



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XA . A Florian Wagner of the SPAR'S puts in her appearance next. Accompanying her is Elsie Wood of the WAVES- They have both come from California where they are stationed. Two'Angels of Mereyuput in their aneearsnce,dressed in their starched white uniforms. They are Lt. Lorraine Levasseur and Lt. Dorothy Winkels. They are both army nurses. Dorothy is with a hospital in Oklahoma, and 'Shortyn was attached to the Provisional Base Hnspital during the invasion of Italy, We spy First Class Seaman Maurice Severson of the Coast Guard, as he stops at the candy counter for a package of gun and a candy bar, We learn from him that his outfit has been patrolling the Eastern seaboard. He is on leave and intends to start for home tomorrow. Sgt. Wilma Hardeeopf of the WAACS has entered the :tom and is greeting everyone with a smile and a warm greeting. She is a typlst in the WAAC office in Kansas City. She had been previously teaehiny school near Rochester, Minnesota. The room suddenly becomes hushed as Col. Archie Hanson of the U.S. Army Air Force enters. He is well known to the entire nation, now, as the pilot who Fei the second raid on Japan. He was personally crefited with blowing up the Mitisukii Arms olant. Everyone in the eante n is Friftiny towari the stage room where famous Hollywood stars are about to present a new drama. As we Scan the sheet of characters, we discover that the leaiinp stars are our classmates, too, Shirley Mae Oliver, the leaflng lafy, was known to us as Shirley Tolsteadg ani Dean Ruth, the leading man, is our pal Bob Hanson. Bob has become the screen's most famous lover since the days of Clark Gable and Tyrone. Power.We'll see him in action tonight. The play tonight will be, uLove By Moonlight,N written ani directed by Norieen Snortum, the New York playwright and producer. The play is about to begin so we move with the rest of the wroup into the theater. We join in wishing the graduating classes of the future all the health and prosperity that we have enjoyed. Frederick Bolton s Q X ,,, I . 'hm A UQ! qi?

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