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The grand year of 1960 is ushered in with a great
deal of success on our part. The depression, which af-
fected us in former years has finally exhausted it-
self, the future holds lots of promise, and dreams
of travel have entered into my thoughts.
Peshastin! The big little town of my youth, the
town that is booming. There is my destination.' I am
on my way. '
As I fly through space in myssilver, robot-control-
led air-liner, I let my thoughts drift back into former
years. I see once more the town, a small town to be
sure, nevertheless a fine town, crowded with memories,
the high school, in which I received my real education
and my friends.
In a short length of time I sight Peshastin. I
press a small bar
is a garage built
no more. In place of the wooden
brick buildings have been built. There
of aluminum. Tne streets built of the
very latest materials, beckon the automobile inclined
persons. Two sidewalks, one of green lawn especially
built for strollers and one of cement for the shoppers
lie close to the curb.
I inquired of a youth when the new town was erect-
ed. HG very impertinently replies, 'Haven't you heard
the big fire?'
I am forced to say that I naven't. After glancing
me curiously, he told me of the fire which took place
Leaving the youth I continued my tour. Posters pro-
claim the future arrival of a local youth who is now a
reknown organist. I remember the name.
In the newspaper office, I greet a cartoonist ---- a
member of my graduating class. In a large grocery
store I am also welcomed by old friends. At the new
ultra modern high school, I visit barious classes and
marvel at the improvements made since the time 'I was a
At the annual alumni banquet, I and my old cronies
get together and relive the adventures of former days.
As all visits come to a close, so did mine. After
bidding my friends adieu, I once more press a small
bar and resume my journey. The year of 1960 has prov-
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