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against each other. Harriet Deignan and Betty Brush felt that they had
the gift of foresight, so they have become fortune tellers. Two of our for-
mer classmates who are heard a good deal lately, but seen little, are Joseph
Buscher and John Harris. They are radio announcers for WRC at Wash-
ington. Annie Stolar and Genevieve Moreland have decided to tour Europe
managers of Abie's Irish Rose, which is in its sixty-ninth year and still
going strong. Richard Schmidtman has returned to Tech as cadet instruc-
tor and has just won the drill for the first time in twenty-five years.
'rnomas Evans and Wilbert Wagener, as manager and superintendent of
the Heinz plant have charge of about fifty-six of the original fifty-seven
varieties. NorvelleNewton is touring the country as one of Ziegfeld's head-
liners in his new musical comedy, Sobs and Heart-brea,ks," written by
Horace Rose and Leroy Adams. Shaw Blackistone the athletic director
at Smith's Girls College, has just announced his enagegement to Jane Mar-
snall, who has worked hard to uplift and make Takoma Park the paradise
of Washington. Sherwood Bratt and Webb Hudson have charge of a large
bakery widely known by the slogan "When better bread is made, it won't be
our fault." Omer Jeter when last heard of was billed as the strongest man
in the world and was bending iron bars with his teeth. LaVerne Miller and
Ruth Saltzman the famous women explorers are just back from Africa.
They are the first women to drive a Ford across the Sahara. Marvin
Jaeger and Harry Brill used to inhabit the ten-cent stores so much that
they grew to know the business and now have a chain of stores themselves.
"Heard as well as seen" seems to be the motto of Albert Jones and Elmer
Ross. They are selling a snappy line of neckties for one of our leading
haberdashers. Frances Butterworth and Elnora Knee are -selling real estate
in Florida. They can only sell lot-s at low tide. Since Louis Keyes was
appointed Secretary of the Treasury, he has been afraid of bandits and
every night he goes down with a shotgun and watches to be sure that none
ever come. Alvin Lemp has become a multi-millionaire over night by
vending pre-Volstead beverages. Eleanor Webb is now giving music les-
sons. Due to her excessive rates she caters only to the elite. Eleanor
charges the exorbitant sum of twenty-five cents a day. Henry Marks and
David Miller attempted to make their life's work the bee industry, but sad
to relate they got stung. Edna Ruth Carr has at last written the great
American epic entitled To a Shrinking Violet. William Nigh's profes-
sion of painful dentistry has put fear into the hearts of all small boys.
Closely in league with him is Stuart Row who peddles tooth-paste. His
only complaint was from Charlie Thompson who said that after trying for
the entire week he was unable to make his teeth stick in with Rowls
product. Marion White is now limited to milking only two thousand cows
a day on her farm, first, because ill health forbids her over-exercising, and
secondly, because that is all the cows she has. Howard Humphreys, her
hard-working husband watches and gives directions between pages of the
Pumpkin Center Gazette. Albert Sciacca and James Shotwell conduct a
life-saving establishment at North Beach, Maryland. Albert sells the
peppermint life-savers and Jimmy the wintergreen. Last but not least
is Bertha Noble whose modernistic drawings are noted for their precision
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