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Smmz'ing: Coach XYliite, Rich, Kell, Benliam, Livingston, Robinson, Raleigh, ledden
Kneefings Smith, Raymond, Shepard, Myers, Maynard, R. Hungerford, M. Griffin.
Page 14 text:
Fran! row: Hungerford, NV. Bean, Counas, Dixon, Robinson, funningham, Flanagan.
Second rom: Coach VVhite, Rich, Fogg, Chenette, Maynard, Benson, Kenyon, Brooks.
Third row: R. Shepard, Kell, T. Mcforniick, Barker, Vance, Howard, Corrigan.
Fourth row: Brouillette, Grant, Smith, Lucas, M.f1rifhn,CamplJell,CheValier,XYilmette
Fifth row: H. Newton, XYarner, Corwell, Mgr. L. Shepard, Livingston, Sabins, Letour
Yap row: Asst Managers, R. Letourneau and R. Bean, :Xss't. Coach Bushey, Sears
Page 16 text:
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Now is the time for going forth-
Some to the south, some to the north,
Some to the east, some to the west.
Where e'er it be, may it be the best.
Modest though I am, I must admit I
have one unusual power, that of a medi-
um. Tonight I am seeing St. Albans twenty-
five years from now. It is the year 1969 and
a beautiful afternoon in October. Everywhere
in the city of St. Albans are huge posters
reading "Old Home VVeek."
During the past twenty-five years St.
Albans has been industrialized to such an
extent that I am thinking perhaps some of
my old friends who have been out of the
city for a number of years will find many
startling changes in our metropolis of about
forty thousand people. The territory be-
tween the city limits and St. Albans Bay is
no longer the peaceful country land it was
twenty-five years ago, for there are now
new homes, large industries, privately own-
ed airports. A new community house, which
tops what was once known as "Nigger Hill,',
was built by Curtis Partlow and Robert
Bean for the youth of St. Albans. They have
kindly given the use of the auditorium for
the old home week entertainment. These two
men own so much property that they have
to keep a card index in order to know the
extent of their possessions themselves.
I am scheduled to meet at 4- o'clock many
old friends at the city airport, where once
Rarker's eat and jive place was located.
But on my way I land in my helicopter Hiv-
er on the roof top of Arnold Raleigh's thriv-
ing plastic industry. There I find Lorraine
Richards, Arnold's personal plastic designer.
They are arranging for a display of their
latest plastic gadgets which I know will fas-
cinate all of their old classmates. Bidding
Lorraine goodbye until this evening I fly on
to the airport. Just as I am about to land, I
notice off in the distance a large house-like
plane speeding towards the airport. The
plane moves closer and I read the words
largely printed on the wing, "Here We
Come St. Albans-The Lucasesf' Landing
I rush out to greet them. The doors of the
plane are thrown open and out step seven
people. First I see Mr. and Mrs. Lucas. VVC
greet each other heartily and Richard tells
me he has invente
in which he and
week-end trips to
gasoline and two
ship lands in the
can even land on
d this late model airplane
Eunice are able to take
Europe on one gallon of
pints of oil. This house-
desert, on the water and
a cloud. Eunice explains
that she so equipped the plane that she can
house ten guests with all the comforts of
home. Then I greet Clinton Robinson, Mil-
ton MacDonald, Fisher Post, VVinston Pa-
quette and a very charming lady Kathlyn
Miller. We all began to chatter at once. but
first Clinton tells of his experiences. He has
just been to Russia "via stratosphere ex-
press" for a two-day trout trip but re-
turned to the United States last night so
he would be able to come to St. Albans for
the gathering of his friends. He is now mar-
ried to the daughter of a multi-millionaire.
and between trotting the globe, tending his
farm and his wife, Clinton is a very busy
man. Milton and Fisher do not need to give
much explanation of their experiences. They
are known nation-wide as they are owners
of the famous MacDonald-Post Film Com-
pany. This company turns out 365 ten-reel
films a year and stages five plays which are
shown just off Broadway. In their em-
ploy they have many brave heroes and beau-
tiful heroines of the world. Their latest
film is to be shown as part of the entertain-
ment this evening. Milton is rnost enthusi-
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