Cayuga High School - Utopia Yearbook (Cayuga, IN)

 - Class of 1950

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CLASS PROPHECY You see I'm an M. D. in Kansas City, and it's a great relief to close my office and journey forth carefree as I was in my high-school days. But of all one I had last summer has been the most memorable it. my cherished holidays, the one. Let me tell you about Truly things began to Pearl Davis, and I dashed and a Wset,W a tall, dark, suave salesman, Bill Hawkins, breezed in. Billkmd striking wares: a rinse containing vitamins, a hair tonic quaranteed to grow hair on bald spots, and hair dyes to match every conceivable costume. happen before I left home, for when my secretary, down to Iris and Edna's beauty Shoppe for a shampoo Back at our apartment we excitedly packed our bags, called a cab, and fif- teen minutes later we grabbed our mail as we hurried down the corridor to our waiting taxi Among the letters my attention was turned to a neatly addressed letter from Texas Now who could that be from9 Joan Morgan' She h d finally cornered her rancher She told us that Barbara CNaylor Innis is living in Ridgefarn and has two children Our waiting cab drive was a short little fellow, who talked so fast we thought he was a foreigner until he turned around The meter ran all the time we visited When we handed us a card which read, WGod, please help me lhe same old Dean' At the station we saw a familiar figure board than Joe Auble, following in his father's footsteps and we beheld Dean Curtis stepped out of his cab, he to mind my own business a train It was none other The train was crowded and Just as we saw an empty seat, a tall fellow banged us vith his brief ca e and lunged ahead of us That fellow was Dorwin Stevenson, who gladly surrendered th seat hen he saw ho we were Dorwinwas selling subscriptions to the Today's Woman Pearl was gazing out the window as our train slowed for a stop in a small town, and whom do you suppose she saw on top of a lo d of bailed hav? Phillip Richardson' Just before noon Dorwin found Arden Kilgore in the smoking car Imag1.ne that' He was bragging about his blsketoall team They had captured the State Championship in an overtime game with Madison Dorwin and Arden a ked us to goin them in the diner In the second car a blond streak dressed in a green suit dashed ahead of us when ve arrived at the table, we discovered it was Tuau Jae, and she was sharing a table with Phyllis CYohoI Wilson nd her little son, Joef We were lucky to have a table across from theirs Lulu Taesaid she was on vacation from the nanegership of Sz1lagy's Store, and Phyllis and Joe! were going to Elmdale to visit Puth Gebhar+ Phyl lis told us that Ruth is making a lot of money operati g the restaurant, nGeb- hart's Good Grub W The following day ve reached Ne! Yorl, and the next thing we knew register ng at the Jones Hotel In the evening when we were enjoying a ous steak dinner in the main dining rgo , the manager came directly table Imag ne our surprise to meet Boo lone He told us he had our names on the register, and re we e glad too, for th t nas one hotel d1dn't have to nav' we were delici to our noticed bill we . . - o , c . . . . 2 , . . . I . l 0 . . . . I Y' , , - . . . . . . . a . . . N A V Q m - Q . . . . n . . Q Q . Y. . H . ' Q 1 o 'nr' vw' ' , Q . . , 1 , . , . . - Q . . . . . . . . . , 3 , .-'- - -. . , . . , . . . . . . 7 v .1 . o . I 1 , L f L ,V L . ' c . . . . . . .. . Q . . . . . c L ..-. , J . 4 n . X . ., , , , ..1 Y . . . 1 ,, . . . AJ . I . k , . 1 V 3. 1 . ,, f, ,. . H . . . 1 0 'v , f , , F Q 4. . . . . U - 3 K, '- J. .D - . . I . . v ... 7 . . Tl c . . . . 1 ' .' . . V, . 1. 1-f' x , ., . . 3 . . . . . -L . J I - . . . . . . C Y -. . . . . D ., V m A' , ,, - . . , . . .. 1 . A J 4 - IS . 1 1 . , ' . . V T' - 9, 7' . 1 . : 4

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