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THE ANNUAL REFLECTOR
Class Prophecy, 1949
S WE WALKED into the little old man's
tent, we saw signs of "Fortune Telling"
hanging on the tapestries. He was a
short man, darkenedby the tropical sun.
He looked into his crystal ball and spoke-
"I see the students of '39', ten years hence.
There is ........
"Ah-h, Mayor Theobold walking with the
first lady of the city down Fifth Avenue. The
lady-that former star reporter, Ruth Sirich.
She met him reporting the news of the mayor
of New York and sprung up a very strong
frielriglship which ended in marriage. Good
"And there's a professor of West Point
Walking into his favorite shop, "Trio Ham-
burg." It seems Floyd Clark hasn't given up
those delicious hamburgs. I notice he hasn't
lost any weight either.
"A small white cottage nestled among the
hills around West Point houses a very devot-
ed couple, the former Jean McNicoll and Bob
McLeod, happily married.
"Flash-Al Riordan just featured in an-
other movie success, "Gone With the Breeze."
His co-star was that songstress, Lois Ecarius.
There have been rumors of marriage, but no
one is sure.
"With the crystal ball still looking in the
direction of Hollywood, I find that Kay Kelly
has won another beauty contest. Miracle
Pictures fif it's a good picture it's a Miraclej
it is rumored about will sign Kay to a contract.
"Now as I turn back to that small town
nestled in the valley I see Jodie Oppermann,
the editor of 'The Saginaw Star." She has
one of the best staffs ever seen in Saginaw.
Of course Jodie does much of her own Work.
She keeps on with her poems, editorials and
"Y0u've heard of "Minnie the Rat," well,
the cartoonist that draws Minnie is also a
star reporter ot the staff of "The Saginaw
Star." Lorraine "Bones" Fox also draws
Minnie's sweetheart, Louie. On the side
"Bones" goes to the Texas Air School where
she is learning her life-long ambition, flying
an air-plane. Happy landing, "Bones"
"Since the death of Paderewski, the world's
greatest pianist, I have witnessed the climb of
Cliff Clark. He, the student of Saginaw's finest
school, Central, has practiced diligently and
now has taken Paderewskfs place. He is now
playing in Carnegie Hall, New York.
"I am taking you to Madison Square Gar-
den, and there you see that athlete, Bill Evans.
He is now fighting against Joe Louis' son.
Perhaps Bill will be the new world champion.
Gong I Go to it, Bill.
"Now I see a boy who canit quite make up
his mind just what he wants to be. He, for
awhile, worked on "The Saginaw Star." Now
he has Kaltenborn's place as United States
foreign correspondent. Let's hope John
Learned will stick to this job. He is doing
very fine work.
'Tm taking you to the Lakeview Aquarium
in Chicago. There you'll see Dean Hadcock,
the sole owner ofthe Aquarium. He is now
more interested in other and more tropical
ish. Want to go fishing, Dean?
"Here's a man after my own heart, the
one, the only, the original star gazer, Professor
Whitney. Dick is now working as the superin-
tendent of the 200-inch telescope on Mount
Palomar in California. Dick still is crazy
about photography which is a big help in his
present position. Here's hoping that you dis-
cover a planet or something.
" Ever hear of the half-aviatrix and half-
reporter, " Ginny" Kolhagen ? She and Helen
Henry, her stewardess, are now planning a
trip around the world. Two of their passen-
gers will be Douglas Corrigan and Howard
Hughes. Pretty good, writing up your fiight,
i'Fifth Avenue, New York. Easter morning
-a rush for the delivering of flowers. This is
what I see when the crystal turns toward
America. The flower shop I speak of is The
"Alwayswilt Flower Shop," managed by Bar-
"Little "Nosey" Nover who usually had
some idea in her schooldays has a new one
now. For the last five years Laynor has been
collecting oddities from her father's junk
yard. She has put these together and they
are now on display ffor 25cJ in "The Debris
"Ah! Another Saks, Fifth Avenue-that's
what everyone is saying about Billmeier's
Gem Shop since Marjorie has taken the shop
over. Marjorie, who was a wonderful student
in Latin, has changed the name from jewelry
to gemma Kgemsj. She is in complete charge
and has branch oflices all over the state.
"It seems that Jimmy Pitcher has a new
slant on life now. He has just opened an ex-
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THE ANNUAL REFLECTOR
Item: To Mrs. Ulmanrwe will a group of sing- This delightful meeting, boys
ers who can sing like Lois Ecarius, Wee planned alone for you,
Alan Alcorn, Douglas . Scott, Dona lu the hope, a Spoken Word
Jacob, Bob McLeod, Lucille Voss, and Nhght help you Cam' through-
Jean Carol McNicoll. We Will also a You cam: side track our sch 01
group of Singers that Wlu d.0 as fine a 'Tis one of the thiny s ou nceed
Job as the Madrigal Club did. It will analyze your pfobliems '
Item: We will to Mr. Meyers a journalism And help You to Suoeeed-
class that Will always use' names in Be independent and initiate,
their writing and get copy in on time. You can easily lug your load.
Item: We leave to the faculty such brilliant Be alert and cling with Care
students as Marjorie Billmeier, Joe
Merdler, Dean Hadcock, Clifford,
Clarke, and Barbara Schaffer.
Now in the presence of Mr. Meyers
and the journalism class we sorrow-
fully tender this will.
Signed on this day of June 16, 1939.
Class of '39
4: PK 114 14
' " I sells you dot coat at a grand sacrifice,"
said the tailor.
" But you say that of all your goods," re-
plied the prospective customer. " How do you
make a living ? "
"Mine frient, I make a small profit on
the paper and string."
To the straight and narrow road.
Don't let your chances slip
There is little time to spare
And every boy with courage
Can readily earn his share.
Fight the battle in the openg
It's the fairest way to win,
And be as kind and clean
As those who won, have been.
The Home, the Church and Schools
Are the Nation's Exst defense,
If the boys will hold that line,
What a marvelous recompense.
God sees our every moveg
He wants you for his friend.
If you struggle, He will help
And defend you to the end.
. -Mr. Brady
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THE ANNUAL REFLECTOR
Do noble things, not dream them, all day long:
And so make life, death, and that vast forever
One grand, sweet song.
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