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No doubt at some time or another, we shall stop to wonder about the
futures of that greatest of all ninth grade classes, the group of 'A9 - '50 M
students. ,So let's look into the crystal ball now and see what these geniuses
are doing. ' 4 .
The year is 1960. We see President Woodrow Carlstedt, ,Mayor of Eveleth,
Richard Stanaway, and his council composed of Don Frants, John Lesser, Rosemarie
Modic, and Marlene Pechar arriving at La Guardia field where they are to meet
William Kochevar, the famous violinist, and Marilyn Sand, the noted pianist,
who are returning from Vienna after giving an extended concert tourf
Nell, the plane has landed. Ah,.'whom do wesee as the pilots' but James
Siveny and Carol Orehek. with those two as pilots, it 's lucky that the '
passengers are still alive.J The door of the plane is opening now and the '
stewardess, Mary Isaacson, is stepping out. Whom else do we see stepping
out but Audrey Rintala, the famous U. N. diplomat, who has been in Finland
inspecting the condition of dog's teeth. Also coming out of the plane is
Agnes Vovk, the well known explorer, who has just returned fromcthe South
Pole where she has been trying to discover some melted diamond mines. .
Retnrnirg to the United States also are the noted designers Dorothy Haanpaa,
Rosemary Vlaisavljevich, William Spolarich, and Dorothy Petrovic. Miss
Haanpaa and Miss Petrovic have just returned from Siam where they have been
living in solitude trying to think of some new fashions for American women.
Miss Vlaisavljevich and Mr. Spolarich are returnirg from lcelami where they
have been trapping seals for Eskimo won'en's coats. And here comes Miss
Dorothy Saarikos ki, the former Woolworth heiress, whose fortune has now
dwindled. She is returning from South Afri ca where she has been working like
a beaver in the salt mines th ere. Miss Francine Tehovnik, the oil queen of
Chickentown, is coming off the plane now, tripping over her ermine furs. I
suppose she'll be rushing home now to see her pet geyser, which is right v
underneath her house.
Before the welcoming cormnittee and the celebrities return to their home
town of Eveleth, they decide to tour New York City. Stopping at Ciro's , .
nightclub, they are fascinated by Mary Jugovich's fan dancing. Going on to '
Broadway, they see many famous names" in lights. i Among these is the name of
Joanne Intihar, who is now starring in the stirring motion picture, "North
Atlantic", sequel to "South Pacific". Gail Karvala, the famous peroxide
blonde, alsolhas her name in lights. She is now starring in "Gentlemen
Prefer Brunettes", which was produced and directed by Gerald Palkovich-.
. We see many other famous personalities including Eldred Strumbel, the
new Tarzan, and Joe Kohlnos er, now taking the role of Jungle Joe. Who should
come walking along now but James Fischer, the Thin Man of the movies.
Accompanying him is that handsome hunk of man, Joe Fisher, who has recently won
the title of "Mr, America of 196O". COoh1' Those legs li D The runner-up in .
the contest for Mr. America of 1960 was Le Roy Palvere, the rich playboy.
Now whom do we see going through a red light but Bonnie Pouchnik herself.-
She is the well--known talent scout who rides arourxi on her. motorcycle trying
to attract some unknown male stars. Riding on the fender, is Carol Tamminen,
'who has recently been in Italy trying to find another Caruso. -”