|Class of 40 at their 50th|
It’s good to see a full house, a standing room only full house, because this show deserves a full house; it’s a great show and the price is right.
In keeping with my advertising background, I’ve got a commercial and a warning. All of the stars on this show are under contract to me. And while I hope you TV scouts, you movie directors and you theater producers in the audience can use their talents, I am their
agent and you must deal with me. I’ll be back in my office Wednesday in the Waldorf Towers.
That’s the Waldorf Towers, Fairview, Utah.
Lee's Waldorf Towers
The star of our show, also the producer, the director, the choreographer, is Afton Anderson Mann.
Afton Anderson Mann
I wouldn’t have told this story in 1940, but I’ve checked with Headmaster Loftin and he assures me that the students of 1990 can handle this. So I am going to tell you about my first sexual experience. It happened right across the street on the Alice corner.
It was late afternoon and I was just sitting there in my car waiting for something to happen. I had borrowed the car from Steve Keuseff’s cousin.
More of you will remember Phyllis, Camille, and Leon Holman.
When Dr. Holman came up he said “Buddy, what you doing?” He called me Buddy. And I said, “I’m waiting for something to happen.” He said, “My golly, you’re in luck, something has just happened. I’ve delivered a baby to the Olsens".
"Would you like to see the box babies come in?” I said “Yup.” I was always very curious. So he put down his black satchel, opened it and pointed to a small tin box. “That’s it,” he said, “The box babies come in.” I said “Yup.”
LaMar Olsen (the baby in the box)
I was talkative in those days. He closed his satchel, picked it up and walked toward main street. I pedaled my kiddy car down the street where the Alice is now. And that was my first sexual experience. And they never got any better.