Southside High School - Edsonian Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

 - Class of 1947

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Twenty Years Hence Hello, all you happy people! Welcome to the new Lincoln Hotel. Tonight we are honored by the presence of the !'Class of '47", who are celebrating their 20th reunion. Just look at all the celebrities in that happy crowd! There is the famous newspaper columnist, Joyce Clarke. Hello, Joy. Oh, my goodness, look who just slunk into the party. It's Bill Bennett, the notorious rnan about town. They say his latest is '5Toadie" Andersen, the redhead manicurist at i'Angie's' barber shop. Shall we move around a bit? Well, look who we have at the speakers, table-Jim Eadie, the famous night club owner. Listen, he is about to propose a toast. What's that he,s saying? "A toast to the final engagement of Edwin Drake and Lois Wladisfi Never thought they would do it, but after going together for twenty years, some- thing is bound to happen. Let's see what has happened to the former class ofhcers. There's the former Arlene Shepherd. That's her husband sitting next to her, '4Chots of the Ritzv, he's called. She certainly has come a long way from being secretary of the Senior class. Now instead of copying the minutes for the next meeting, shels counting minutes till the 4:00 feeding of her four months old daughter, Stella. Listen, what is that music? Would you believe it? It's Father Donovan, the noted coach at Notre Dame, raising his magnificent voice in the singing of uAve Maria." Will wonders never cease? Who is that hunk of wonderful male who has just risen so lightly to his feet at the speakers' table? Well, my goodness, it's the noted dancing instructor, Norm Patterson, and look at all the beautiful gals that have come with him to demonstrate his new dance steps: Beverly Appleman, Joyce Butcher, Helen Cleveland, Doris Robbins, and Pat Painton. Well, what have we at this table? It must seem good to the married men to be out alone for a change. Ah! Angie Muecigrosso, Chuck Clause, Fred Heller. Jimmy Honeywell? Look, theylre casting their eyes on the next table where we have four of our more successful career women: Barbara Kuster, full-back on the first women's football team, Doris Wright, well-known temperance leader, Joan Dalton, buyer for the men's department of Iszard's, and Margaret Stamp, world famous horse doctor. At the next table we have the renowned New York literary critic, Bob Brougham, and oh, look, who his companion is. Itls the lovely bubble dancer, Muriel Mathews. Very intimate, that table for two in the corner! Well, look what we have herewour school quartet is warming up for a smash hit, "Suspender Bluesf' Ralph Barden, the local barber is singing bass, while Frank Bystrom, proprietor of the H6 and Mg Lunchv, is trying to join him, and Doug Blair and George Osborne, two bartenders, are struggling through the tenor parts. Look what's coming through the door, late as usual--Kay Titus, author of that literary masterpiece, 'SForever Evelyn." There's Margaret Aurnick, Broadway comedy star, coming in with Shirley Collins, New York's social butterfly, whose name has been linked with that of Arthur Carp, the king pin of the Fulton Fish Market. What is causing the disturbance over in the corner? Do my eyes deceive me fit's Marjorie Lundy, successor to Gipsy Rose Lee! She must be feeling gay be- cause I notice she is about to slip into her old routine. But wait, two of New Yorkis well-known policemen, Jerry Sowers and Ken Serfas, have her in hand. The toastmaster is beginning to speak again. Listen, he's reading telegrams of regrets from several old schoolmates. We hear the names of Jean TenBroeck. who is traveling abroad with her husband Joe Prunier, the great globe-trotter: and Betty Ruggles, Dick Root, and Pat Dove who are members of the touring cast of the hit play, "The Iceman Meltsfl Regrets are also received from Bob Groezinger and Herky Diveris, the well-known women's fashion designers, and Daureen Dunn, who is confined to her bed by the arrival of her 15th bundle from heaven. Abe Golos, proprietor of an electric shop in Pine City, also is unable to attend, due to severe burns received when one of his employees, Thomton QBuggsQ Harkness, left a live wire on the Hoor. Also regrets are received from Roy Fax r. Jack English, Walt Farrell, and Jack W'orster, who are very busy defending the title of American tiddle-di-winks champions. . The party is breaking up now and with the noisy goodbyes of old schoolmates ringing in our ears, we too say farewell until the next reunion. 37



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johnny and judyjunior pause for between class refurbishing and mutual admiraiion.

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