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PROPLECY OF 1959
,,'.? It was in the fall of 1950 when I decided to go to the World's Fair in
New York. I planned to ge h '1,f the Northern Route and come home by the Southern.
I left Fort Wnyne on Friday afternoon and reached the city of Toledo in the
evening. Before going to the hotel, I purchased the evening paper from a
snnll key who was talking to a nan, when I recognized as David Harper. we
talked for a few minutes and I noticed the little boy kept lookingmat mo.
Soon the hor siid, nDad, do you know this lady?u
Mr. Harper said, ares, I went to school with her.n
nWell,u said the little boy, UI didn't know, and you know Mother gets
zen when vou talk to other womenln xx
As we convcrsed, David asked we ifYI planned to stav in the city over I
night, He was en his way heme from work and invited me to join him and his
wife at dinner. I accepted because I had not seen his wife the former
Helen Armstrong, a friend of mine while in scheol,for many years. After
spending the evening with Mr. and Hrs. Harper, I went to the hotel for a
In the morning as I was leaving mv room, I noticed a nicely-dressed
middle aged man, carrying a suit case, coming from the roem.next to mine.
He spoke and I recognized him as Dick Hade. He said he wus leaving for
Fort Wayne to join his fiancee, Betty george, and was to be married the
following Saturday by the justice of peacef-Richard Geeglein, at his farm
at Haples. I congratulated him.and went on mv Way.
I spent the next evening at Cleveland. I stepped at a hoarding house
and as I was inquiring about rooms, in walked Evelrn Marshall with a pile of
books and papers. She looked at me and spoke and recognized nw as an old
School Chum. So I told the lads I would take the room. Evelyn told me she
was teaching at a large higl school here. Much to my surprise she told me she
had never marriedls She informed iw that Marjorie Bell was in the near city of
Akron, working on the city newspaper. She was editor of the gossip column,
so I thought I would drive over and see her. Evelyn had given me her address,
but on finding her house she was not at home. I learned that she was taking
in d wedding of great importance to get the story for her paper.
So I journeyed on m' way and reached Pittsburgh Monday afternoon. There
I went to the Memorial Hospital where I was greeted by Naxine mblf who was on
the staff as dietician. After visiting she told me thatmDveIyn Osborn was a Y
nurse here also. As Evelyn was on duty I didn't get to see her. I spent the
evening with Maxine end left the next morning for Gettysburg, where I visit-
ed the citv. Here I met Charles Putman, who was working in this city, He
told me he had married and was-the proud father of the cutest twins.
I reached New York in the evening and went straight to the hotel where
I had a good nights rest. The next morning on my way to hreakfast,I noticed
a well-dressed man standing behind the registration desk. As I spoke, he”