Centerville Senior High School - Mortonian Yearbook (Centerville, IN)

 - Class of 1953

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emor Trlp Bri ht and early on Saturday morning, lay the Tenth, 32 seniors and 5 sponsors said their fond farewells to those they must leave behind fisn't that right Red29 and climbed aboard a greyhound busahlch was bound lor Washington, NewYork, and oth er points east iced because it was Saturday night late when we pulled night, I might add! was a long way we had to travel that first day, but no one not all new and we were having so much fun we stayed in tort Ligon1er at a lovely old hotel and as it was in, almost everyone went to bed early that night Klhe only At 6 o'clock Sunday morning we left for Jashington On our way there, we stopped at uettysburg and procured a guide who took us on a tour over the oettysburg battlefields Early sunday evening we got into washington and occupied the rooms reserved for us at the Houston Hotel Ne stayed in washington until Ned nesday morning and everyone had a grand time sightseeing buch points of interest as the Washington Monument, the White House, the Capitol, thePrchlves, and the Lib rary of Congress were visited by all of us specially inspiring was the Lincoln Monument with all its simplicity and sentiment On the way to New York, Wednesday, we stopped forlunch at Philadelphia and saw Ynoependence Fall and the famed Liberty Bell There wasn't a student there who did not pause for a moment to think of those things which meant so much to our freedom New York was the highlight of the whole trip It's big stores, it's bright lights and gay noise, all in all lt's immensity, made it the place most of us liked best Only a few were ready to pack their bags and come home, and that was because of purely personal reasons Evelyn and Mary Lou were quite fond oi their rooms in ally liked to be in New York because of the interesting restaurants and bercousin's entertannment and nourishment very spicy bome of the class went out to the island on w ich the statue of Liberty stands while others went shopping A few of the things seen or visited ln New York were the Rockettsat Rockefeller Center, JackDem sey's restaurant, the umpire State Bullding,and of course allthe department stores 'ur hours were ll 30 which was just a little early lwe thought! so a few of us took Cihlar aside and bribed him to keep Mr Outland out until l o'clock It worked! CJust teasing, Jimi We left New York and went on to nlmlra where we stayed at the Mark lwaln hotel which was the nicest hotel by far of any we stayed at on the entire trlp Therewas a Jaycee convention there and some of the girls had a few bids for an evening danc ing in the hotel ballroom So your mind will rest easy, Mrs Hamilton, none of us accepted: We had beautiful weather on the trip until we reached Niagara Falls where l began to rain A tip to honeymooners never visit Niagara whlle it's raining How ever the next day it was sunny and we started on our way to Detroit we spent all day Monday traveling through Canada When we crossed back into the states wehad to open all of our suitcases and all the other stuff we had for the customs office N were the first class to have to do that I guess we just look like criminals Most of the boys had flrecrackers they bought confiscated and Jocko Tem le managed give everyone a laugh when everything in his suitcase came unpacked and he strug gled diligently to repack them Monday night we stayed in Detroit where it rained again Jarrett, Higgins, and Temple dldn't mind the rain though They spent their evening in a 'Theatre enter taining the entertainers Tuesday we started home after visiting the Bord Museum and Greenfield Village and Judy King got sick But after a couple of hours nursing in a hospital she re covered nicely when we were almost home, Ronnie and Jerry decided things were too dull, so they dressed up as Burns and Allen for somebody J Ronnie looks darling in a glrl's scarf Mr Outland and Early got decorated, too Chope that picture of E. L O turns out pretty good That'll be a good one for the scrapbooksl At 9 o'clock Tuesday night we pulled into that town of renown, Centerville Parents, boyfriends, husbands, and ju t friends were waiting for us Boy, it sure was good to get home!! 50 0 . 5 . It C' -f X - the Henry Hudson Hotel and regretted to leave more than any of us. Evelyn, especi- o I 5 . 9? ' . ' - y ' t . 'e I V A O t n R S V . . I ll -

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