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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. -
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0cto ber 31
The speech class' presented two skits -entitled "Just Who's Crazy" and
"Life is so Dull".
Summer vacation is here LA U Q p
t 1959-1950 NINTH GRADES ' A
Back to school again as ninth graders. ,
The first lyceum number of the year "Chief Morgan" was presented.
The ninth grade speech class gave a panel on Columbus.
Pat Senneff, a marimbist, gave an excellent program. Most of us had
never seen a marimba. -
The radio play "Canterville Ghost"hkept us in . suspense.
Armistice Day. We had a holiday. A -
A very dramatic comedy was present ed by the speech class. It was
entitled "Curses, Foiled Again". '
In keeping with the holiday season the speech class gave "A Program
in the. Little Red Schoolhouse". It was an original skit written by
two ninth grade girls. - .
Christmas vacation was here at last! - T
The feature film "Duke of West Point" was enjoyed by all of us.
We had ia film in the assembly showing the Minneapolis Lakers playing
against the All Stars.
The Junior High School Student Council sponsored the "Stokes
Hallelujah Ouintet" in a program of spirituals,semi-classi os, and folk
melodies. It was given at the Boardman Auditorium. There was a good
Chester Wilson, State Commissioner of Conservation, ,spoke in the
assembly. We all promised to help conserve Minnesota's resources. '
We had our class party. The program was very humorous and the lunch
The Correspondence Club sponsored a Valentine Social Hour in the
corridor of the Junior High School. Everyone had a. good time.
A movie "The Roosevelt, Story" -was shown.
Our class funds were low ard we needed money for the Annual. Miss
Lampton's and Miss Parks' advisory groups had candy sales. Mr. Kraker's
group sold magazines.
Today Mr. Christian of the National School Studios took our pictures,
We really combed our hair and slic ked up for the event. '
A severe storm caused the electric power to be shut off. School
was dismissed at eleven o'clock for the rest of the day,
This was election day. Therewas much excitement aboutmho would be
the new officers. The following were elected: President, Jeanette
.Scerjanceg Vice-President, Warren Parkg Secretary-Treasurer, Shirley
Malkovi chg Sergeant-at-Arms, Loren Ross, A
School closed at four o'c1ock for Easter vacation. This is our first
holiday since Chris tmas.
The historical and exciting movie,"The Last of the Mohicans" held us
spel bound. A .
Our last lyceum program of the year was Patricia Lindemann and Vernon
Ishmael in beautiful singing and dancing numbers.
We had vacation on Memorial Day.. . ' ,
0ur ninth grade picnic left us with sore muscles but happy memories.
Now that the last day at Junior High School had arrived we felt sorry
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Stepping into Jacquelyn Kcrpi's cafe, we immediately notice a sign on the
wall. It reads "Jeanette Kapovec, retired author, is now running a chicken farm
in Connecticut. We are selling her products! Buy them uhile th ey last L CThey're
so scrawny that they can't last much longer anyhcwD"
' Slipping a wooden slug into the juke box, we hear Ray Chiaverini's and
Richard Tomassoni's rendition of the "Oh Marie Polka". The New York bobby scxers
are simply crazy over the ir wonderful accordion recordings,
Wandering down to the New York docks, we are hailed by Lorraine Maki, the
famous deep"sea diver, who is leaving to find-some more shark teeth. We are just
in time to seefa ship leaving for Europe. On it are many famous American sportsmen
who are going to Europe to take part in the Olympics there. Among these are Mike
Castellano, Jack Curphy, and John Gruden, who were chosen to play on Latvia's
semi-girl hockey team. Also leaving for Europe are Bxuce Dunbar, the world famous
curler, Patricia Voce and her all-girlswirmning team, Frank Lushine, the U. S.
skiing champions, Elroy Maki, the heavy-weight boxing champion of the world, and
John Bratt, the noted swimming champion. 'James Intihanis also going along to
coach England's all-girl basketball team. Thomas Muff, "Life's" photographer is
also on the scene taking pictures of all the celebrities,
Firwlly our tour is over, and we head for therailroad station, vhichis now
owned by the two successful business men, David Uren and Donald Vande Plasch.
Seated comfortably on the train, we pick up a newspaper, "The New, York Sun",
which is now edited by Tom Dickovich, who is the former professor of English at
Harvard. s On his staff of reporters is Rosemary,Urbiha, who is now working on the
Stink Robbing Case in Houston. It is suspected that the robbers are the same
as those who robbed-the Brink Bank in Boston. .
Turning on the radio, we hear that hilarious program, "Why Gab? Leave It to
Murphy and Birnstihln, The masters of ceremonies on this program are Peggy Murphy
and John Bi.rnstihl. Flash! We interrupt this program to bring you an important
message! Jack Jerome, the chief scientist working on the Zbomb, has decided to
take a rest and gc to Alaska to s ee a few of his life-long friends. Flash again!!
Diane Constantine, the famous veterinarian, has just saved Citation's life by giving
him a coughvdrop for his cold. Another filibuster has been started in the Senate
by that famous Southern Senator and debator, Audrey Jacobsen. She has been talking
for three weeks, and she hasn't given up yet. Anne Marie Jamnick, federal judge
presiding over the trialof the twenty-two bottom Imperialists, a case somewhat
like that of the eleven tcp Communists, has decided to banish them to Outer
Mongolia L . , ' 4
John Ritter, noted governor of Minnesota, held a banquet recently in honor of
James Muhich, the Sherlock Holmes of 1960. Many important per-sonages attended the
gala affair, They include: David Rogers, president of General Electric, Robert
Hedlund, president of radio station XYZ, James Pernu, president of the Chevrolet'
Company. Robert Campbell, president of the Campbell Soup Company and director
of the New York Symphony Orchestra., Leonard Rowe, a high-ranking admiral in the
Navy, and Tony Krall, president of United States Steel. d .
I Click! Off goes the radio, and whom do we see coming toward us but the famous
lumber queen of the Yukon, Patricia Mavec. With her is Betty Jmjia , famous
beautician who has discovered an amazing new face cream which makes you disappear.
Looking around us, we see many familiar faces including two famous explorers,
Ida Faye Haanpaa and Frank Capan who have been down in Texas recently trying to
dis cover somebody else's oil wells.
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