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In the year 1970 a fortune telhng booth attracts my attent1on and
wonder1ng what my former schoolmates the class of 1955 are do1ng
I enter to fmd a l1ttle gypsy lady named Estelhta I s1t down and she
gazes 1nto the past F1ISt she tells me she sees a beaut1ful blonde
lady who resembles Vera Bosma standmg bes1de a p1ano Vera IS
under contract w1th Metropol1tan Opera Company and every Saturday
she performs hold1ng up one corner of the p1ano as the leg 15 broken
Look1ng deeper 1nto the crystal ball she sees Lloyd Delvaux con
cert drummer He plays only sentlmental songs such as 'Old Black
Joe and Who Drank The Dehydrated Water Lloyd has played 1n
every major c1ty 1n the world
Gazmg further she sees the Ind1anapol1s Speedway A throng of
thousands surrounds a car and a drxver Upon 1nvest1gat1on she fmds
that xt IS none other than Carl Foote He drove half the race on two
wheels and rested the other two In the second half lt was v1ce versa
Gaz1ng deeper, she sees a red headed boy 1n an aud1tor1um called
Mad1son Square Garden He has been a fam1l1ar face 1n the garden for
years He 1S the mascot for the nat1onally known women's basketball
team The Red Heads
Lookmg on she comes across the famous Adma Hohm She was
voted 'Pm up Curl of the Year ' She has made many mov1es, her
latest be1ng "Duel In The Moon " She has been marr1ed f1ve t1mes
her last husband was John Rockefeller
Lookmg on she sees S1egl1nda Pullman, d1st1ngu1shed botan1st
and hubr1d1zer She has developed many revolutmonary plants such as
Self P1ckl1ng Cucumbers and Lettuce w1th 1ts own dress1ng She IS
also work1ng on a new flower called 'Perhaps ' Perhaps mt w1ll snow
and perhaps lt won t
Gazmg further, she comes upon T1m Stahl teacher and 1nventor
of many mgexuous art1cles H1s latest mventlon IS a robot that auto
mat1cally d1agrams sentences T1m needs It because he has been a
professor of Enghsh at Yale College Yale South Dakota for the last
four years He recently publ1shed an Enghsh textbook wzth Mex1can
Jumpmg Beans between pages Th1s makes the pages turn by them
Lookmg on she f1nds Marllyn Sweeney professor of pol1t1cs at
the world famous academy for D1sab1ed Watermelons She has run for
Pres1dent four t1mes on the Watermelon t1cket but lost because of the
Watermelons not putt1ng the x s 1n the r1ght place on the ballot
Her next look shows a tall black halred man standxng bes1de a
basketball team He 15 Just rece1v1ng a trophy for wmmng the Cavour
Inv1tat1onal Tournament The coach Quentm We1dner has been the
basketball coach of almost every team 1n the country Cheenng hap
pxly 1n the crowd IS h1s w1fe and row of k1dd1es
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I Vera Bosma g1Ve and bequeath my earr1ngs to Sharon Stahl my
art1st1c ab1l1ty to Sharon G1lbert, my ab1l1ty to flu-t Wlth B1ll Ha1gh to
Faye Foote, my s1ng1ng ab1l1ty to Earl Ford, my ab1l1ty to get a d1a
mond to Deanna We1dner, and my f1gure to De Etta E1senbe1ss
I Lloyd Delvaux g1ve and bequeath my th1ck curly ha1r to Harold
Foote, my bent up glasses to Herman Husen, my ab1l1ty to stay away
from g1rls to Howard Re1nschm1dt my old black basketball bag to Jerry
Dav1s my ab1l1ty to get along w1th the Super1ntendent to John K1elty
and my drumm1ng ab1l1ty to Rose W1pf
I Carl Foote g1ve and bequeath my crew cut to Jerry Dav1s, my
tall slender f1gure to Bernard Tyrrell, my cowboy boots to Judy Ke1lty
my ab1l1ty to get a g1r1 to Larry Maass, my love for phys1cs to Larry
We1dner and my ab1l1ty to get along w1th the sher1ff to John K1e1ty
I B111 Ha1gh g1ve and bequeath my red ha1r to Faye Foote my
guard pos1t1on 1n basketball to Howard Re1nschm1dt, my g1rl fr1ends to
whoever has some already my Ford to Howard B1ch, my Ipana sm1le
to Harold Foote and my cheerful d1spos1t1on to Teddy W1pf
I Ad1na Hohm g1ve and bequeath my cheerlead1ng ab1l1ty to Rose
W1pf my beloved Internat1onal RC1at1OnS book to LaDonna Hofer my
boy fr1ends to Lmda R1chmond my dark r1mmed glasses to Deanna
We1dner my short name to De Etta E1senbe1s my Black H1115 gold
necklace to Larry We1dner
I S1egl1nda Pullman g1Ve and bequeath my long dark ha1r to Lmda
R1chmond my chewed up penc1ls to L1la Delvaux my wh1te gold watch
to Sh1rley Decker my Chevy to Larry Mousey" Maass my rh1nestone
set to Sharon Stahl and my love for Internat1onal Relat1ons to Teddy
I T1m Stahl g1ve and bequeath my guard pos1t1on 1n basketball to
Larry Waldner my crew cut to Earl Ford my ab1l1ty to behave m
school to Danny Stahl my love for speech to Jerry Dav1s my ab1l1ty
not to throw erasers to Larry We1dner, my grades to Herman Husen,
and least of all my ab1l1ty to get acqua1nted w1th g1rls to Ted W1pf
I Mar1lyn Sweeney g1ve and bequeath my ed1tor1al ab1l1ty to Herman
Husen my black r1mmed glasses to Dorothy Hofer, my stud1ous hab1ts
to Teddy W1pf my lost penc1ls to whoever found them my huge vocabu
lary to Jerry Dav1s and my Internat1onal Relat1ons notes to De Etta
I Quent1n We1dner g1ve and bequeath my black curly ha1r to Larry
Waldner, my forward pos1t1on 1n basketball to Danny Stahl my ab1l1ty
to go w1th the same g1rl all four years of h1gh school to my brother
Shorty my many sh1rts to Harold Foote my tall f1gure to whoever
needs xt my ab1l1ty to get k1cked out of school to Larry Maass
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