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On May 10, 1952, our little group of 25 s niors left Cente ville to begin
an exciting eleven day tour of points of int rest in the Vast On th first
day we reall d that e had four wonderful sponsors and a wond rful bus drlver
Mr McCoy They proved to be very helpful and understanding rhen we got lost
ran out of money, o w re a nuisance ln general
The first night out was spent at the Fort Llgonl r Hotel in Ligonier,
Pennsylvania The next day we toured the Gettysburg battlefield and cemetery
where Abraham Lincoln made his famous addr ss That night we arrived in Wash
ington, D C While we were there we went through the FBI, the Bureau of Printing
and Engraving, th Jashlngton Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson's Tomb
The Arlington Cem tery, The Library of Congress, The Supreme Court Smithsonian
Institute, The Museum of Natural History, Congress, and Rep Hq1vey'g offi e
We also took a boat trip down the Potomac and a side trip to Mount Vernon Mr
Outland made a friend of one of the little gray squirrels on the Pres1dent's
lawn by feeding him a cough drop and giving him another one to bury The above
picture was taken ust before we went on our tour of the Capitol
New York prov d to be even more exciting than Washington We had a very
colorful guide vho took us on a tour of the City The only two stops that
we made on this tour were in Chinatown and at the Cathedral of St John The
Divine Some of ua took a ferry to the statue of Liberty, others we t to Stage
shows and a few of the avid baseball fans went to se the Cubs play the Giants
After we left New York, we drove through West Point This seemed to the
others to be the highlight of the trip for Elmyra We spent that night in the
Mark Twain Hotel in Elmira, New York While we were there a group of us went
swimming in the new YMCA pool
The n xt day we journeyed to Niagra Falls We stayed there overnight
ln order to see the falls ln all their beauty when they were lighted up at
night Our trio under the falls in the Maid of th Mists was also enjoyed b
ll the students
After driving all day through Canada, we arrived at Detroit, Michigan
where we spent the last night out Most of us were too tired to go out
In the evening, during a rain just like the one when we left, we arrived
home at last in Centerville We enjoyed our trip and would like to go again
but no place compares with Home.
Since Elmyra Jane Carlton moved to Centerville after the will and Prophecy
was published, we are going to place them here
I, Elmyra Carlton, will my 'Yankee accent to Ronnie Levesque so that he can
converse with Southerners more easily
We prophesy that Elmyra Jane, otherwise known as Frowney May, will make the
most outstanding center that the Globetrotters ever had, and that she will
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rovegETTYbMABRY finished nurse's training, then married Jimmy Her schoo11n
P O e very helpful for they run a dog and cat h it 1 S
Say, the pets of their children are the most frequent pagigntz Needless to
LARY ANN McNARY after getting h D t f
lish from I U married her old fla er Oc or 0 Philosophy degree in Eng
rath r crowded' at res t f me, an now resides in Dogtown They are
P SH or most of th 1
by the St Bernarda which they raise e rooms n the houge are occupied
IRIS NILLFH went to beauty school and aft r 1 1
Eggldalive as cheaplv as one, finally married gimconghgy ??veJo:mg fgggt neg?
rusbgnggn and Iris uses h 1 tra4n1ng to help her 4 young daughters catch
THURLFEN MILLER wrote a 'Dorothy Dlxn column in the 'Old Tra1l's Echon
for many years, but was fired when she was caught writing to herself to see
if she could suggest a plan by which she could make Bill propose This did
n't discourage out T M , for the next week she was nominated and elected
JOAN MEEKS married her one and nl d th ttl d
raise their little famll 0 y' an ey Be e near Abingdon to
Y Then came fame and fortune, for Joan vor the
title of Irs America She won this a claim by her unusual talent for ole ing
the ba! JO
VERA KNIPP now operates an implement store in Centerville He bou tit
with the money he recieved for wr1t1n of his N d W 1
leading love stor ma 1 a g esoapa es n one of the
y gaz nes We don t know what it b t f
it must have been a lulullll was' u or 35OO'oOO
EGILS KTHE BOUNCERJ PURINS became the World's Champion Ping Pong Player,
and now operates as a hobby, classes in the arts of ping pong, volleyball,
and tennis He says, 'I have attained my position by always being on the
IRIS RESH, after getting her degree in nursing, became Supervisor of
Nurses at the new Outland Memorial Hospital At the age of 40,she married
Joe Ryan, and they now have a basketball team which plays for Webster High
School Iris does all the yelling
JIM SHAWHAN and CLYDE MORRIS went into business for themselves shortly
after graduation They are now with the Barnum and Bailey Circus Clyde is
tattoing cartoons on the tattoed ladies, and Jim is photographing Clyde's art
CARL ORSBORNE and DICK STEVENS attended Purdue, and later became Pres
and Vice President, respectively, of that institution At 60 they are still
bachelors, but they say, NJust because there's snow on the roof, 1t's no
sign there's not fire in the furnacel'
BILL SMITH, after leading yells at I U for 16 years, finally graduated
and ls now trying to spend a 810,000,000 inheritance, left bv an eccentric
aunt At present he is engrossed in the promotion of the experiments in
the World's slowest speedboats, to see how fast they can go forward in reverse
on dry land without gasoline
JOAN PARRISH married Joe Fulton, who became president of the Locke and
Hill Furniture Company They have several children, but the exact number is
not known for Joan has not had time to count them lately She has the
World's largest collection of unfinished mrniture, and also many stray cats
JULIA ANN WINTERS, after getting a degree in business management from
Oberlin, went to New York to become business manager of the New York Yankees.
She married the youngest son of Bob Feller, who was one of the new pitching
sensations. when he discovered that Julia, too, could play ball, he coached
herfor her present pos1t1on--- shortstoo for the Mud Hens, a woman's baseball
team, which is coached by Casey's great grandmother.
Since I am so modest, I left my own fortune 'till last. My name is
BILL McDANIEL, better known as Adm. Willy Mick of the Interplanetary Armed
services Command. I don't like to brag, but I do have a pretty influential
position. I am Vice Admiral in charge of keeping boll-weevils out of the el-
bow padding of the space suits of buck privates in the Canine Corps. I have
had tnis position for 35 years, and am thinking strongly of making it my car-
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