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SQUARE DEAL ' 15
EJB, public performance, TB, SIA-B.
MAIUORIE VVILEY QVVILEIQQ-. N attending Il
Alice Deal, TB-9' : ass 'tr 'st, history atin. I ,I
CLIFTON V -I l N--Cl t THE BEST OPPORTUNITY
glcIigRlE3BiV1LL RD-E OS S AHQA- public Per- n id.y afternoon when we were having English
form ,SB - .rr u tio, 'C u C Oi ,ht . 'I 3 ' t and our teacher was telling us about a book called "Emeline."
second at 'clan J, . . She was telling us some very exciting things about it
BILL WELLO- allic force, 9A-B3 play, Lords
MAX VVORTI-IINGTON-Public performance, 9Bg
design for desk set, SB g wired miniature stage, 9Bg host,
l IIIARY ELLEN XYYNNE QMA IAQ-Squad leader.
DB3 21 ' 1 ho-te ' i l ' 'mance, 7A: win-
ning co ei 1 tea n, Sl 5 irst ath n ,
IRVI G . ZIPPERSTEIN CZIPJ-Entered Deal.
SIA: play, The Lord"s Prayer, traffic force, 19-34, squad
leader, 9B , coached school baseball teamg all section teams,
dramatic club g host.
' ANY DAY IN ANY CLASS
Young Irene, she was a scholar
Alas a good scholar was not she
For when called upon to recite her lesson
"Oh, teacher, I know it not. NVoe is 1ne !"
Then up spoke young Ifercival
'tOh, teacher, call on me!
F or I havelprepared my lesson
And l,l11 not as wicked as shef'
-Il'l'Ilt' Dulin, UBI.
ln the morning when I choose my clothes to wear to
school, I am glad l don't have to wear uniforms as the
English children do. On our trip to London I was in-
terested in the uniforms of the student at the private
schools. At one boys' school, Eton, the boys wear high
silk hats and swallow tail coats. At another school, the
boys wear straw hats and brown and white striped flan-
nel coats. At a girls' school in Brighton we noticed a
simple uniform of a dark blue or black dress and a simple
felt hat. I am glad that I don't have to wear uniforms to
school as the English children do.-Edith Davis, '2'B5.
when all of a sudden she decided that she wanted some-
one to get the book from the library. She had to have
someone very interesting to tell about the book so she
chose Frances. The subject was then dropped until the
following Thursday. On that day the teacher called on
Frances to give the report. She told about the book and
when she had finished the teacher said, "Frances, that
Frances said, hlllll glad it turned out all right, but let
me tell you about the foolish thing I did. On Saturday
I went down to the library and spent half of the morning
looking for the book but it was out. Monday when I
came back to school I was passing by our library upstairs
and I decided it might be in there. I went in and sure
enough it was on the shelf."
The teacher answered, "NVell, you certainly did have a
Frances replied, "You know, Mrs. Myers, I think your
best opportunities are always at hoinef'--Lillian IfI"-iIkc1'-
THE STORY Oli ALI HOFED
Ali I-Iofed was an ancient Persian farmer who lived near
the Indus River. Ile was a very happy rich man who was
rich because he was contented and contented because he
was rich. He ow11ed a big farm with orchards, grain fields,
and beautiful gardens.
One day a Buddhist priest came to see Ali Hofed and
told strange stories of beautiful diamonds which made Ali
very discontented. VVhen he went to bed that night he
did not sleep because of wondering where he could find
those precious jewels. The next morning he asked the
old priest where to get the information. The priest told
him to look for water that ran over white sand which was
between two mountains, so Ali Hofed sold his farm and
left his family with his neighbors.
He started his long journey by going to Palestine, then
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14 ALICE DEAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
DOROTHY FRANCES ROSASCO QDOTYJ --
Hostess, all semesters5 vice president of host and hostess
club, 9135 president of craft club, SJB5 first letter, UA5
wrote school song, "On Deal Students"5 first athletic
XVILLIAM ROXVLAND QBILLJ-Red Cross repre-
sentative, SB5 squad leader, SJB5 perfect attendance, SA,
SJB5 craft clubg class day committee5 winning lst team
JANE F. SAUNDERS-Glee club, all semesters, vice
president of glee club, 9135 class day committee, OB, dra-
matic club, SIA-B5 play, "As You Like It", lst letter, 713,
second letter, DB5 in all public performances5 assistant
ROBERT SAUNDERS-Perfect attendance, SB 5 play,
Reggie Toggle Gyp.ric.r,- traffic force, UB.
KENNETH SCI-IREINER-Honor roll, SA, SB, first
letter, S-B5 second letter, QB: Athletic Council representa-
tive, SJA5 baseball umpire, 9135 all first teams.
REEUA SCHULTZ- Spelling bees, SB, UB, first
athletic pin. SBA 5 squad leader, DB.
DOTTIE 'E BY-1Secretary, S' 5 Re Cross repre-
sentative, S ' if ' 1 'B' 1 ' ' ' iewspaper,
SA, SB. f,
ANNETTE S1-IAPIRO-Squad leadQ,'7B, SB, 913:
hostess, SA, 9A5 secretary of host and hostess, 9B5 first
athletic pin, SB5 second in DA5 third, 9135 honor roll, SB5
class day committee. UB.
DOROTHY SHELTON CDOTJ-Honor roll. 7A.
SA, SJA5 squad leader, 7A, A, S ' glie3c?r 9135
secretary of glee club, 7 5 1 'den 1 , SB5
first and second letters. SA5 third letter, 9A5 play, As You
Like If-,' secretary, TA, vice president, SA-SIA5 president,
X VQVIRGINIA SMI H -IN YQ - Secretary, 'FB5
fb 1o'e's " " i prei ' ' d Cross representative,
SQUARE DEAL committee, EJB.
' I ILDRED SMITH QMILLYJ-Perfect attendance,
SPA: perfect attendance, squad leader, assistant Red Cross
CLIFFORD SPARROVV CCLIFFJ -Perfect at-
tendance, 'TA-Bg winning basketball team, SB5 winning
soccer team, 9B.
DOUGLAS SPENCER-Perfect attendance, honor
roll. TA5 honor roll, first letter, host, captain of a league
leading third team basketball, 'FB5 second letter, story in
SQUARE DEAL, SA5 perfect attendance, SB5 honor roll,
third letter, traffic force, lunch room checker, usher at
February Graduation, SIA5 lieutenant of traffic force, chair-
man of lunch room checkers, play. As You Like' I I, spell-
ing contest, home and school association performance,
chairman of class pin committee. 9B.
LOUISE SPILMAN-Glec club, 'YA-SA, first athletic
pin 5 first, second, third letters5 perfect attendance, 8B-DB3
honor roll, SA-QA.
LYNN ADAIR STACY LA ' ' J ec Cross
representative. 'L , re Jorter f as-
sistanthostess, r iatfifgiicpii, SB, e C
JOHN STEV S CJOHNNYJ - Pre" nt, TA,
SIA5 all first teams5 school first team, 1935-55 aptain on
room team, 713, SA.
'. 5, School first team
19' , e o " 1 , li a tain o Qect no oo ,ll team,
UA e is in sectio J'-'
JOSEPH SULLIVAI QJOEJ -VVinning basketball
team, SB5 secretary. SB5 president, SJA: play, D-usf of the
Road5 perfect attendance, SJA5 traffic force, 9A-B5 play,
,els You Like lt: vice president of student council, 'UB 5 class
day committee, 913.
DOROTHY SXVINGLE QDOTJ -First letter, DB5
orchestra, 9A-B5 class day committee, 9B5 perfect attend-
MARCIA SXVOPE-Glee club, SDA: first letter, 'TB5
second letter, SDA 5 squad leader, SJA5 honor roll, 'YA-B 5 first
and second athletic pinsg play, Thr' L0rd'.r Prcrycr.
MARGARET SYKES QPEGJ - Red Cross repre-
sentative, SA5 honor roll, SA: glee club, SDA-B5 public
performance, QA-B1 first letter, QA.
RICHARD TIBBETS LDICKJ - Perfect attendance,
SDA-B5 traffic force. SIB.
I Jl' AN C. T M S OIVQDIIEJ-Play, oc'al1onfa,r,'
let ' rev ' i JL' ' . at Ati J 1 , 'TB 5 sc nad
lea , 6 5 gle , SIA. 'W' ' -i' . 1
' TILIX' ,TILLIEJ,'-7! lee ' Q IIB-UG:
fir let , 'A5 secoi l ld- B ter 9135 secre-
tai, 'A ' ' iff ' ndance, igeefs e' s ' -
letic in, 3 public performances: sqnil eader, SA.
IYV 7 YN TORRILL Secretarn, A ca Jtain hit-
wi bf t-7-B5 sitiiglvleaefergk-ig-8q3'QiFesicleiit,
I A5 first and se nd athletic pins, 8B5 spelling bee. 8B.
GLADYS VOIGHT QDUCKJ-Hostess, 'YA5 Red
Cross. 'YB5 hostess, SA, EDB: first athletic pin, SB5 squad
leader. SJB5 all first teams. 5 .
VIRGINIA XVAGNER-. o' I ' . , A- .
ROBERT YVALES-Orch stra, -SIA: inter-juni '
high orchestra, 713-SDA: first letter, SB5 second letter, EDA5
school librarian, QA-B.
DORETTA XYHITCRAFT QDADAJ-Reporter for
paper, SA-B: Red Cross, SIA.
MARTHA ff TE ANIEY' G e" 11. TA-SA.
SIA5 Erst anc s, .' rrmances,
,GEORGE VVHITTET QBLIVETJ -Red Cross,
UA-B5 all first teamsg referee, SIA-B3 squad leader, SIB.
RICHARD XVIGGINTON QDICKJ-Glee club, 7B-
DB5 perfect attendance. SIA: first letter, 9A5 traffic force,
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16 ALICE DEAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
to Europe and Spain, and still he had not found any dia-
monds. One day Ali I-Iofed was standing on the Bay of
Barcelona. He was very disgusted and decided that the
sea would end his troubles very quickly.
A short time later the farmer who had bought Ali
Hofed's farm was watering his camel. He noticed some-
thing shining in the water. He picked it up, thinking that
it was just a pretty stone, took it into the house and put it
on the mantel.
XV hen the old priest was passing one day, he decided to
stop. As he reached the door, the lirst thing he noticed
was the stone shining on the mantel, and he asked if Ali
llofed had returned. The farmer replied, "No,"
The priest said, "W'eIl, there is a real diamond on the
mantelf' But the farmer laughed and said it was just a
pretty stone. The priest took the farmer out in the yard
and they dug up many more precious stones.
If Ali Hofed had looked in his own back yard instead
of going so far away, he would have found "acres of dia-
1'l1O1lClSn.-JFIIIIIIIC E'UlIIIJ". SB5.
No one ever thinks of me,
Or all the dilterent things I see,
People wreathed in happy smilesg
Or people low in sorrow's wilds.
To honest ones l give help.
Dishonest ones my powers felt.
The latter fear with great dread,
My ease to guard the streets, 'tis said.
VV hen the sun has gone to rest,
The insects play about my crest,
Till morn comes and drives them back,
To every tiny hole and crack.
Then I go to sleep till when,
The night shall come and go again
Then I'Il make the darkness, brightg
I'm just a lonely old street light.
-Howard Hatter, 9133.
THE ROAD TO HEALTH AND
"Early fo bed and early to rise nzakes a lllllll llftllflly,
'IL'CU1f,Iy, and 'wisv."-P001' 1f1'C1lt1l'd',S AUIIIIIIICIC.
Tom Brown was a small boy about ten years of age,
who had very strict parents. His mother and father were
always careful to see that he had plenty of sleep. In the
evenings, when he was told to go to bed, he would sit in
his room and gaze out of his window, wishing he could be
out doors playing. Tom was very ambitious, and best of
all he loved the outdoor life.
Some of his friends had started to sell newspapers. Isle
asked his mother if he might do so too. After a lot of
urging she linally consented.
Tom's paper had to be delivered at six in the morning.
Having to get up at six, he was glad to go to bed early.
Tom delivered newspapers until he was eighteen, then
the company gave him a job in its ollice. He had such
line health and ambition that he was soon promoted to a
better position. At the age of thirty he owned a newspaper
of his own.
He retired at the age of forty-live. His friends always
spoke of him as the wealthy, wise inan.-Jllury Slzirw, SB6.
R. HARRIS 8: CO.
Class Rings-Class Pins-Trophies-Rings-Favors
XVATCHIES DIA MONDS
JEWELRY SI LVERXIVARIE
F S'1'1n:1a'1' AT lfl.liVEN'1'I-I
EDW. ZUPNICK 81 SONS, INC.
1307 Fourth Street, N. E. Lincoln 6538
Prime M cats Fancy Vegetables
GORMAN'S D. G. S. MARKET
BRANDYWINE ST. K NEBRASKA AVE., N. XV.
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' CHEVY CHASE BICYCLE SHOP
3808 Northampton St. CLeveland 2705
Repairing MODEL AIRPLANES Painting
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