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One cold winter evening as I was peace-
fully seated in front of the fireplace I began to
conjecture as to the fate of our classmates. As
I looked into the fire, tongues of flame leaping
from the grate revealed panoramic views of the
doings of my friends. Pictures flashed before
me as on a silver screen.
Sitting at a large desk was Ruth Sherman.,
private secretary to the Premier of France.
This scene changed to a cafe in Paris. Here
I noticed Joe Lenhard going through the ceil-
ing. Also ,l im Wisdom and Wilmer Gerlach
having a very good time.
Then, there was a loud gunshot and it was
none other than Shirley Waters and Sara Lee
Coffman, running down the street after two
frightened Frenchmen formerly of Selfridge
While crossing the intersection I noticed a
line of about fifteen children all shouting "mam-
ma". There at the head of this fine family was
Dee Racicot and her man looking very distin-
This scene changed and the Alps of Switzer-
land came into view. Here I saw Bev. Hall and
Mary Klein trying to conquer the figure-8 on ice
skates. Say, I wonder what all the pillows are
A stately looking gentleman appeared in an
entirely different environment. Eddie Allen was
now Ambassador to England where he had the
honor of visiting all the ninth grade girl classes
in the schools.
The cracklings of the logs as they burned
on the grate and the spasmodic leaps of flame
brought to view-money-silver dollars. How
extravagant it seemed that money should be
burned freely on the hearth. A figure presented
itself. Staring at it I saw that it was Gordon
Archer, superintendent of the mint in Phila-
Sitting in a big office, evidently in East De-
troit, was Mary .lane Leonardson co-owner of
Simis Men's Wear.
Now stacks of books! !! I-Iave the good old
school days returned? No indeed, there is Paul-
ine Sharpe and Helen Ryan teaching English
Suddenly a brick building-yes- a brick
building, loomed before me. Again and again
I rubbed my eyes. There in 4'Detention Hall"
are Barbara Tutty and Helen Wearniotltli still
making up time.
There, too, I noticed Mona Christie, trying
to talk her way out of staying in school.
Coaching the U. of M. football "ll" was
Herman Schmitz and Louis Paleno, heads of
the athletic department at Ann Arbor.
Ah yes, Ann Arbor. A car whizzes down the
street, then a sudden stop under a shady tree.
Sure enough, there is George 'GMope" Morris-
sett and Elmer Wills with two pretty coeds.
On the next block is a photo studio,
Frank's" I believe. There inside I see Frank
Shokaluk hard at work. Of course there are a
staff of beautiful models and there is Lorraine
Panteo waiting patiently for her picture. Who
is this coming into "Frank's"? None other than
Rita Thomas and Mike. Do you suppose they
are getting their wedding pictures taken?
Now the fire flickers a little and the scene
changes to Mexico, and I see that Carmen San-
chez is having a grand time entertaining Clara
Reichmann, Arlene Lind and Ellen Maley. I see
four very handsome men, too. Say, look at that
sombrero walking down the street-oh pardon
me, it's Joe Martinez under it.”