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Page 36 text:
FLASH? GERHARD STRUPKUS, after 10th try has finally won the
soap box derby, says Gerhard, ttlt was a hard struggle, but I fmally pushed
my way to the bottomf,
LIBBY DeBACCO. America's first lady ambassador left today amid
great shoutings and farewells. Her secretary HELEN RAYOUK, is confi-
dent of success.
FLASH! RUDY HAMROCK, vacationing in Florida, has invented a
machine that enables one to be fed without moving a muscleejust sit down
to the table and the machine will do the rest. Following this discovery, ANNA
KOTSCH invented a sure cure for indigestion.
HELEN HALL, that great dramatic artist of the stage and screen is
celebrating her fifth consecutive successful year as an actress.
FLASH' CHARLES LEASURE, who is editor of the tTTime and Time
Agaiif newspaper is in the hospital suffering from a nervous breakdown.
EDWARD BOSELA Will try to take his place While he is there.
NORMA RENTNJ is now playing in Sehinschloskey's famous symphony
orchestra in her spare time and for amusement she plays in a hillbilly band.
VIOLET CLARK is going into the business wurld. She is now the
private secretary of the president of the Stick-Like-Steel Glue Factory.
FLASH' DONALD BEHNE is enjoying himself on a two weeks leave
from the Navy.
After ten years of hard work JOSEPH SZENYERI has just completed
a book, uHow to Feed and Care for a Baby."
ROSE PERRY has just been Chosen ttMiss Ohio of 1951.,, The judges
were ARMAND SHPPOLI. JAMES PANNUNZIO, and RALPH SANDERS.
NENA MACARCHENIA has finally contlesce'nded to play a Violin solo
at Stambaugh Auditorium on March 3. There is not even standing room left.
iDA MAE PALLYTS new book 011 HHow to Get Knowledge Without
Studying" is on the market. As soon as the book came out, three people were
trampled to death in the rush and hve people were injured. They are now
undecided as to whether to Charge Ida. Mae with manslaughter 01' not. The
hearing Will be tomorrow. Judge jOHN BAGLIERE Will preside. The at-
torney for the defense is DOROTHY HARVEY and the attorney for the
plaintiff is ELIZABETH KOLESAR.
FLASH! MARY NAN AVRITT is going around to each school and
giving lectures on ttHow to Skip School Without Being Caught?
Don,t forget to tune in your radio at 7:30 tonight and hear the HGolden
Voiced Trio." This trio is made up Of ROSIE MCCARTER, IDA MAE
LITTLE, and VIRGINIA CROCKETT. This program is sponsored by the
tTSticky-Maskh cosmetic heiress, SARAH HALLMAN.
JACK NTCHOL is going to retire now. He has made his fortune in the
grocery business and so now he turns his store over to his son to manage
while he relaxes in his old age.
tContinued on page 8ST
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i This is your daily reporter bringing to you the highlights of the world
of tomorrow. The Amnesia Victim who has caused Police Chief WARREN
HULBURT so much worry this past week, was discovered to be JESSIE
JONES, the blonde venus of Broadway. DOROTHY FULLER, world famous
reporter gave her such a shock that her memory was recovered.
FLASH' KATHLEEN CLARK, local housewife, was brought back from
what. was evidently death. Doctor PAUL KOW'AL, prominent physician
"Brings her back alive." HARRY MYERS, undertaker was rushed to the
hospital after a collapse following the announcement. ANDY PLUCHINSKY,
ambulance driver, reported that he mumbled llI lost againfy while unconscious
. . . BEATRICE CLEMENS, nurse at the Municipal Hospital took over from
FLASH! JOHN STANTON and his "Swish Swash" Rhythm orchestra
has taken New York by storm. Never in this cityls history have we heard
anything like it. Next week he will take his review out on the road. With
him will be the "Swish Swash Rhythm Trio" featuring JAMES PATTERSON
playing the bozooka; RICHARD BURNS, BEATRICE MENALDI. and
PAUL LUKICH as dancers. XVith these musicians are NICK LEVITSKY,
and WILLIAM SCHOEDER, well known acrobats under the name of the
"Cornfed Kids from Coitsvillefy This show so impressed Mr. McGinnis, a
teacher in Youngstown, when it passed through his city. that he decided to
join the show as a crooner. The beautician, MARIE MILLER who is with
the staff, is supposed to be the best in the East.
FLASH! ROY CURL, the architect, who has spent 10 years trying to
build a chicken coop. has finally decided to be a dentist. His partner in the
business is WILLIAM MCGLEN, who not only pulls teeth, but also will get
in your hair and pull it out too.
ROBERT BAIR, just out of The Valley Institute of Technology, has
just taken over the largest garage in the world, where he says ltHere at last
people can park in peacefi Associated with him is BETTY AUSNEHEMER
who will fix your fingernails while you get your car washed and as a special
feature to get business, she promises to wash behind your ears.
FLASH! GLENN F. BAUN. inspired by the funny papers, has set out
to find a girl to marry. He is known as lTJownwind Sugar Boylt Baum around
these parts and is doing rather well by himself. GRACE lRRY nThe gal who
never misses? noted fortune teller. predicts that he will find his one-and-only
within two months. Is she right or will this be her first wrong prediction?
Read your local newspaper for further information.
HARRY CIPRIANO, star at Ohio State has just made the All American.
The secret of his success is lipstick, taken often in large doses. Speaking of
sports OTIS JENNINGS, prominent in basketball for the last few seasons.
has written a book, called nHow to Win Dough and Influence Suckers.H
RAY BORMANi former Don Juan of Scienceville, has started a column
called nAdvice to the Lovelornf, The first to apply for advice turned out to be
WARREN HARRIS, a plumber in the community.
JOHN SOROKA, Olympic star, will present two performances at the
arena this week. There are no more seats or standing room available.
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4 :30-Seni0rs rolling over after first hour of sleep.
5 :OOeCOitsville alarm clocks ringing; rooster crowing.
5 :30--John Bagelierhs mother telling john to get up and feed the chickens.
6:00eScienceville farmers beginning to awaken.
623OHNOW, theyhre beginning to get up.
7:00eSeniors: uThose four hours of sleep were swell.
7 :30eSenior girls getting up.
8:00aSeni01' boys getting up.
8:05eSeni0r girls putting nn last finishing touches.
8 :lOaToo late to eat breakfast.
8 :15ngells begin ringing.
8 :ZSeJust made it.
:55--Scniur gab period is over.
:00;These seats are hard to sleep on.
:SWChange Sleeping position.
IOWIt was :1 nice sleep.
:WNOW we,re rzlrilf to gm.
IZS-Bey! Am I hungry.
:IOeAt last lunch time has arrived.
:SOeLeths skip this afternoon.
12 :SOeBack in school.
1 :30e1 knew I should have skipped.
2:00 Curry me to my next class.
2 :40eAh0ut time tn get a date for tonight.
2 :45h-Psst H T got one.
3 :15-N0t much longer 110w.
:Zl-I thought the hell would never ring.
:SOaCOitsviHe husses leave for the Country.
:OOWTimC for Wurk Ul' play.
:30-Dishes tn wash and dry.
:WGet ready for that date.
:30-Coitsville night life begins.
8 :OOeCoitsviHe sidewalks rolled in zmd the roads barricaded.
8:30eScienceville night life begins.
9 :OO-Senior girls: HI wish he would hurry."
12 :OOeScienceviHe night life over.
1:00WCoitsville night life over.
2 :WLast Senior turning in.
2:30eA11 is quiet at last.
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