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LRER missing Q basketball game.
L MPT Without AGNES '
BLNCKIE not sleeping in class
TINS wit? his hair uncombed.
n,lls vacant very noon.
RAY MEELIWG laughing it Something really f
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TEACH wiih fro+ty blond hair.
VGCTS with lots of-ws5 and umbit
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CHIWW not Shaving for Q week
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D. HlFPTU asking quostions in cl
JUNIUPS still having bhfio olwss
PETERS growing 1 manly musimcbe.
NAETVCLD knbwirz how to chow tob
NITIETQR still going strong for that blond
. nuiiif a serious thought.
SCFWILT curling his hair.
ZIHR becoming real ambitious.
SCFExCCHTL oouldn't smile.
The 1IAC?ERS going on a strike.
HIEZERT trying to bluff the toachors.
IWJSTURI filling in lowo.
Sono PTESPTEM Girls bbooming dignified.
PAT "RfLlVY going noni afhcr sonool.
WOYF using bor loft hand instead of hor right.
TAI fI'LH Filling for Q Junior girl,
DOT! quits day nr fmfn .
STAUVFEI s,t,ing or n pi' iibnout "" fooling it.
ECB. PLTLEX working On W.P L.
KHRR SGUbiHE witn tho ministor's u:ubht.r fr church
ELSlZ oowldn': gyggli.
BETTY going stofdy with VEYINL-
The FRESHMEN boooming Sojbcwoios.
Tho SCFHUKOLES booomqrg J1H:,lF,
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Tho SFNIOnS bsoominb Vrnd:Wi3sv
On .April 2" there wfis born,
Tvs girls ill a boy in uhm morn
Lucilo in Crnmin,
Maxine in the Unites Status,
Hans in Gormuny,
No wonder he rates.
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just gone over to the neighbors and would be back in a few moments. I was
glad to see that Violc's wish had come true for she always said she wanted to
beat the quintuplets. She was the proud mother of sextuplets. After spending
the evening with hob and Viola, I went to the hotel for the night.
The next evening I spent in Cincinnati at the home of Phyllis Pollitz,
who made this her home since she wzs teaching nrt in the high school here. I left
Phyllis in the afternoon and spent the evening in the old state of Indiana at
Lagay George's. She was Q reporter for ont of the papers at Indianapolis. She
was still single and said
left in the afternoon and
Meyers to get a bite to e
for her husband, Clarence
she tad not found the men of her heart's desire. I
reached Fort Ievne in the evening. I stopped at
t and hor at th. corner was Nilma Rebbor waiting
Nahrwold. She told me that Roy Ecmsoth had been
assigned as JOHNNY for the Phillip Norris Program. I was glad to get home and
see my mother so I didn't
I was never so glad to see my home in all my life. I was not home
until I was gone dead to the world in a jood peaceful sleep. The next
stay here and talk to her.
after breakfast I gathered the newspapers which my mother saved for me. On the
front page I picked up, I
sow a picture of mans Dienelt. O read tp see what he
had done nowu It stated ttat he had accepted the vacant position of coach in the
New Haven High School.
As I read the paper I
also saw that Barbara Rigby had just finished cleaning
up River maven. Eugene Lichtsinn was booked to meet Joe Louis in a boxing
match to be held in the near future. Verona Kanning had finally received a
divorce from her first hustcnd whom she mat while attending college. Now she
had married her former high school sweetheart, Benny Moevel. nS I was enjoying
myself by catching up on the local news, my mother called and asked me if I
wouldn't go up town for her. I was soon on my way.
hs 1 looked around, my
attention was attracted by the nFix-Em-Up-Beauty Parlorn, operated by bornice
Bock. The customer was Harcella Schrage who was getting her face lifted. Hy!
What a big change! Across the street wqs Robert fazlet's meet market. I
went over to get some meat for dinner. I met rauline Trier hero. Sho said she
was married and enjoying life very much. She had to hurry home because they
were threshing and she had te get dinner for the men.
I was soon waited on and was on my way home. sgain I returned to my easy
chair and papers. I read on. A new bridge was to be built by ransel Stewart,
Chief Engineer of tte De-Little Construction Company. Soon there was a knock
at the door. I answered it and there was Everett Ihlhelm with a bundle of stole
magazines under his arm. he was still selling magazines to pay his way through
college. Again I returned to my papers, Here I saw that Billy Perkins is now
the victim of a nervous breakdown due to Q recent delusion in love. Qin Felt
had recently won the National Milking Contest. This only shows what o guy can
do with a
Empire State luilding and
of all my
little pull. Kenny Van Meter is now painting the tower of the
sitting on top of the world.
finishing reading the papers, I leaned back in my easy chair ond thought
school chums and ell the swell times I had while in school with them.
School hadn't been so bad after all.
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