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Report of Prophetess of Class B
Toronto, Canada. August 20, 1924.
My dearest Paul : ee
Immediately upon our arrival we came to the Prince lidward Hotel.
where our rooms had previously been engaged.
You could never guess who had a place beside me last evening at dinner.
It was our old friend President lielly. lle is attending the International
Stewards Association convention which is being held here.
ln the course of our conversation we tell to talking ol' the famous ltllfm
Class "B" of XI. N. l. He knew the wl1e1'eabouts aml occupations ol' most ot'
our old friends aml I will write some of the news to you. Kathleen Carlos
has at last a chance to talk uninterruptedly as she operates a tea room in
this city which l intend to visit this afternoon. Buddie t1artwright's success
in selling Annuals led him to become a "speiIer" for Ringling Brothers circus,
while Bishop, who is utilizing his training in the care ot' Caesar at Nl. N. l..
is head anilnal trainer in the same show. Cupid snatched XVillis Hanlin for
Cora liellam but despite all. XVillis together with XValter Garinger, is making
rapid progress as head chef at the Chet' School. 'l'he most romantic couple
ot' Class "B" was Frances Miller and lfranli Scott who eloped in a submarine.
Our former legal advisers on clothes, Lloyd Brown and Russell Pyle. are
still true to their hobby and jointly manage a department store in Plainfield.
You remember the greatest social worker in all Class "B", Mary Sills? l'pon
her failure to capture a man she established a Home for Injured Dogs.
Alice Cramer whose ability as a story teller was universally recognized. is
now editor of the "Beauty llintz" Department ot' the Ladies' Home .lournal.
True to his instincts to please the ladies Frank Park has become the greatest
designer of millinery in Paris. Among l"ranlt's best customers are Margaret
Faye. Evelyn Hayes and Mamie Hollingsworth, who sing in the French grand
opera. Most ot' the remainder of our class has continued in their chosen
profession ot' pedagogy.
'l'omorrow we leave for Quebec where we intend to spend the rest ot'
this week. Your loving wife.
Lettie lllunnl liepner.
livelyn Yund. Prophetess Class B.
lalyrtle li. Sevitsl
Friend Sorrow comes to meet thee on the road
Nay. spurn him not away from thy abode
lf he would enter. Greet him as you would
Your strange. chill friend who comes to do you good.
Respecting. yet not fearing, let him stay
L'ntil his errand's done- then bid good-day
And gladly let him pass and leave you free--
But study thou the message left for thee.
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Class "A" Prophecy
Nli Sunday afternoon I was lying idly under the lrecs near the tennis
In courts, hoping against hope that some fair, unoccupied co-ed would
if stroll by. Gradually I grew drowsy and bclore I knew it I was sound
asleep, and out ot' my dreams the Nl. N. I. ol' 1925 arose. 'I'o thc west ol' it
was the magnificent tlhet' School. liverything was changed, houses were
everywhere. I looked about t'or Caesar, but no Caesar was to be seen. I
was walking past the fountain, when, near it I saw a solitary grave. I came
nearer and i'cad upon thc gravestone: ullcrc lies Caesar. Drowned .luly lil.
1923. Itequiescat in pace."
Ilrying my tears, I entered thc old Nl. N. I. building. The lirsl strange
thing I noticed was a small room. which had besn constructed next to the
room labeled "President's 0l1'ice." I entered this small room and found.
neatly pigeon-holed, records up to present date, ot' the students who had
attended NI. N. I. I immediately sought out the records ol' the Class
students ot' the summer term, 1915, and began examining them. 'l'he lirst
one I drew out was that ol' .lolm Linn. I lound that .lolm and his devoted
wit'e, Iisthcr, who had gone as missionaries to the Solomon Islands, had been
devoured hy the cannibals. Next I discovered that Ricliard Taylor had re-
signed his position as assistant grammar instructor ot' the NI. N. I.. and to-
morrow was to take a position in Indiana llniversity. 'l'he vacated position
was to be lilled by Harry Ilarvcy. with licss Lyons as Secretary and con-
Iltley had become cooking instructor, but was at present in danger ot'
losing his position. because his former teacher, Miss Hall, had been made
viidently ill by eating a doughnut he had cooked.
Lcota Coleman and Mary Iienny had become invetcratc ice cream licnds.
Herman Sampson had been married. but was having trouble with his mother-
in-law. Althea Swihart, Carl Shirk, Glenda llakins and Lillian Lake are
teaching kindergartens in the rural districts ol' New Zealand. They are
applying to the young aborigincs the principles learned in their observation
work. Rutledge was now principal ol' the Training School. He is the proud
possessor ol' a lull-grown Yan Dyke.
I was just reaching for the record bearing my own name, when I lelt
something walking upon me. and awoke to lind Caesar standing upon me.
devouring my new straw hat.
King Norsworthy, Prophet.
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