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Assistant Editor . . .
Copy Editor .......
Business Manager ....
Circulation Manager . .
Sports Editor ........
Assistant Sports Editor
Advertising Manager ....
Assistant Manager ....
Senior Editor .....
Elementary Editor . . .
Society Editor . . .
Art Editor .....
Photography . . .
Joke Editor ....
Prophecy . . .
Poem . .
. Allen Ragsdale
. . Virginia Ailes
. . . . Marcia Brown
. . Lessie Walker
. . . . Jack Hedge
. . . Darol Mercer
. . . Don Schooler
. . . Ronnie Cornett
. Evelyn Dennis
.. Marilyn Riley
. Rex Goodnight
. . . Ethel Hedge
. Louise Patton
. . . Martha Neff
. . . Pat Ottinger
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19 - THE BLACKBOARD 51
To see ourselves-not as others see us-twenty years from now, is a
task that would require more intuition than I possess. Even in normal
times writing a prophecy is an absurd idea. I would, rather, like to think
of my classmates as being successful in their life work. I would like to
think of them being happy, living to an old age, crowned by a road of
progress and enjoying, in their dotage, the memories of the good things
they have accomplished for themselves and their friends.
I might venture to take a "look" and a "listen" on a conversation
twenty years from now. The speaker is a base ball player of some fame.
Jack is asking Don Schooler if there would be a place to train his team on
his ranch in Texas. Rex Goodnight speaks up and offers to move his circus
animals off the ranch if Don wants to accept J ack's offer to train the Giants
there. Cornett, the foreman of the ranch, suggested that the rock canyon
could be cleared of cactus and it would provide an ideal place. It was a-
greed, and the construction company, Ragsdale 8a Mercer, was called in.
In thirty days Hedge was chasing flies up and down the canyon. That's
how those boys were, I remember, in school. No sooner they got an idea
than they were doing something about it.
To carry our views further into the future we notice Phyllis Woodard,
listed among the Bell Telephone employees as chief operator. Her able as-
sistant is her high school companion, Evelyn Dennis.
Janet Vermillion, a world traveler -and singer, has returned to her
native land after receiving the ovations of Royalty and commoners. She
is now teaching singing and language at the famous Froman School.
The Froman School has turned out such greats as Martha Neff. who
appears on television each Sunday night for Phil Harris. The "Thing"
has proved to be a wonder, even in our land of wonders.
Louise Patton and Patricia Ottinger, after graduating from Indiana
University, were given citations by Pres. Wells for outstanding work in
medicine. This led to their present positions with the Mayo Clinic in
Marilyn is living the life of Riley. She now operates her own finger-
nail shop on Fifth Avenue.
Ethel Hedge is still a small animated body but she is one who has
developed her high ideals. She now thrills millions by her aerial antics.
At forty she is still pushing a peanut across a nylon rope one hundred feet
above the arena for the Brown dz Ailes Circus. She had to give up cross-
ing the tight wire on a pogo stick because she doesn't have as much bounce
as she used to.
Lessie Walker is still in school. She holds degrees from five Ameri-
can and one English Universities. She is still trying to enroll in Columbia
or Wabash. She feels she should round out her education.
Yes. folks, some of us have married and have children in this year's
Senior Class of 1971. They are much more well behaved than we were
because we have all used the Lane Preparatory School. "Bring Them Up
Right and Right Now", operated by our former teacher, Mrs. Dorothy
Lane, in Jamestown, Indiana.
Written by Barbara Froman
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