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death set up a profitable beauty parlor establishment. Feeling the
need of a shampoo I visited the parlors and who should I find but'
my old friend Mary Bergren. n
we made a short stop for water at an oasis in the Gooi Desert
and you can imagine my
er mentioned by one of
sent down there by the Chicago Field Museum to make a study of the
surprise at hearing the name Frank Spring-
the authorities. Nr. Springer had been
habits of the Dinosaur. While there he took a special interest
in the native children and established a school for them. A re-
liable man was placed in charge and the school is making a wonder
o ' ' r J nancitta I was caught in
On passing a rather large theater in o.i-u
a terrible jam of people. Unable to extricate myself I was pro-
pelled toward the entrance of the theater. Finding the line of
least resistance easiest, I purchased a ticket and Went in. Never
' ' l and stran e to re-
in all my life had I seen such a mob of peop e g
late they were nearly all women. I found a seat and a program
was handed to me. I found that I was about to hear the World s
most famous advocate of woman's rightsg a lady of vast exper-
ience who had circled the world on her lecture tours. Her name
Edna Phillips, seemed vaguely familiar, but I was taken complete-
ly by surprise when out on the stage stepped the Edna Phillips of
high school days.
The other member of the class of '27 was harder to get track
Of. I looked for her in every out of the way place which I visit-
ed, but until I return back to good old New York I was totally
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September 6, l946
Former Principal of Peshastin High School.
In compliance with your request I am writing this letter to
you. I am very glad to be of some service to you in helping you to
get in touch with your fonner pupils, the 1927 graduating class of
Peshastin High School. '
In coming over on the ship I thought that there was something
familiar in the way in which the steak we had for dinner resisted
the knife. On inquiring I learned that the supply of meat had been
purchased at one of the Cain meat markets owned by Mr. Robert English
lt seems that Hr. English has a chain of markets completely encircl-
ing the globe.
In Patagonia where I visited with a freind of mine I notic-
ed a striking thing about the native's hair. Instead of being kink-
y as it naturally is, it was uniformly waved all the way round their
heads. On asking my friend about this, he told me that fifteen year
before a young married couple had come to Patagonia. The man of the
family was killed while out trying to sell three-ply veneer for the .
Columbia Valley Lumber Company to the natives. His wife, after his
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unable to find a single trace of her. I was just on the point of
giving up the search when upon picking up a paper I found an article
of extraordinary interest Written under the title of HThe More
Enlightened Method of Teaching a High School Pupil,N this bit of
satire was signed by June Morhinway who it seems was the chief in-
stigator in the upheaval and cemolishment of the old system of
teaching. I am very glad that I could be of service to you and also
glad that the pupils in whom you have taken so much interest have
turned out so wall.
X Sincerely Yours.
61, ij, 5i,fucc7t2l.
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