Allen County Childrens Home - ACCH Highlights (Lima, OH)

 - Class of 1941

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BQE.EA3l.Ei35 EKIEEES f nt hor Before the dey was over Mary bee The Huruhors hai gov Zt'Tf from Okla- . .. Fgma to Chfwg Vr,, W' , 4 Y A. , w.1v N s ewrt of the class instead of an outsi' J 1. Q.---.'....f .. .-- .1 7 ill..- -1' V , . , gl-gv+ f,vh -..l,Le ,f . f. 'kid F1Hml3f they started e ne1ghbor's guide ,UAL ly, .Lui ,.-' '.'12j , Q ' -. .. . .4 , . . . . q,t 1lOu-:'w,-I 7.i u J . .1 I , .Uh V vhlen swiped to mane peoule feel at hone i L. ' x- :XL-J. . C- - .L- . -X ..,' If Y-. ! . 'li P , ' I , was mug, Ynfh,:d vH11. . A T Q G. ,Ng ,' Rewritten from Current Events Pr 'hrs 'J-i-' 'Ji' f- 'V' 'Ar :ef in wasweeaesseesesewmeeaeeeeaeeeaeeeeee- ner room crxi,?. " 5 , . T T" Mr.MuiPLev arm not been :bla to g,u. on .5xQQQQ.QlIlZ3g . his gww lqgllg ,,,H Fxj he W,q fortv bu A good citizen is something everyone L.. y .Low L: - ...'L:,- '3'.,.- 4 v-ei -, . , . . . . Ar3ug,'tO haw: Q ,KW Boggs O, E306 lf e should try to be. A good citizen is fair C -' -1 ..- 12. .L ...Un al -4 L.. .L X L liel . - '. . vith Q little AA,+hge qwhpt c6u.d bg ,qe in spwrts, unself1sh,honest,end thinks wel 1 - o. ts.'.Jet if ' N . V u..L ci ul. A . . Entiaru t,Pu,bL Mrsrmurpwpv Uh: ff'.d nyf of others. A good citizen does not use stg Lt- PDU ii "J 1- J ,s y th I.. Q I-Ll. , 1 . , , . gugss haw wriv hwd me-N ,Ug,enjnU ,hm Q dgestions of others Without giving them 1 uv 1,4 - It . '51 .1 -..L 'r in I -EL . . . . . r14rVS ,ikGd'2nhqC1 ,X ggi Lf T LA3,e, credit. A good citizen tries to find and u-b.' 4 ...M - - - S i,,1..L L. .?.,- I1 gil ' LL' L' . . . O, mbst of tbg Hgvjviwxxn 1, Lent .DN admits his faults, and corrects them. Gooe J. 'LU vs v .X l1..Cn.' x L J- - t,'L,.' - . - , I - , DN 1' citizens will be able to work together. in her roon,oetreer soos,ne Q7 Jie rem- Ermal gnndg 7A -w..t,h +tf "-1+ C '-Q' H, ,- v My 's ' iTL?I?j? 'gig fllfhddhf guyz Q Geenqhegfq eeeeeeeraseimeeeeeeeeeesesereeeeeeeee ine girls EQ loose at ner otricusryte DG N - . H had begun to feel ihzt lsr clothts Vere all Q .g.QQQQ.Qli::5N' . Trfgg gpg pTe1HLN,FN gk UL FDU LY ,nyc A good cioizen is e person who is not o..x'.J. . x -x.. " 4.1. ,, . ,fU'1 -4 ,J v- L. we . Wgr revfr n J , r A ,.,T ei F lfhq ei srlimsh rnd rho when others are in trouble 5 -5. -3 T Yfkf "UE: .1.f1'l- AIDQIL' Xffll 1 J".-I. 1 . . ggg qt ,il ..,M 46.9 ,h'- Fha nrv-! qgkj helps them out. A good citizen must be hon gf' I M ' mllf T df . 'J ML' I'If'+"g' est energetic, end have loynlty for his miss Bracley ii sie had n chance. QU, when ., .-, L r F d vb , ,n.+h 4 Q AVF ,G - W- .qv 1 Di-y,COUHoF3,vH every ody. her first reoioltion,Jnry reailfei I W d ,+. l.k Q ll H t d that her ansiers were not that Miss jrnd- lI!5IS SCggi?Gnqd1 ia 5 e'n EPOTHS an ., , n dis Q e i P, o re' suor s. e oes ley expected. ner knowledge on srme sub' P 4 1 g jects wfs 1 head of the rest of the class, but in other subjects she received training. She would never forget the tltters that to uhureh end practices his religion every dey. He is helpful end does nice things for everyone. That is my opinion of e good citizen. less Robert Ryan,8A. ren around the rest of ihe Cong fhen she giant,.piggy.ggggpppggugggggggggggggi misspelled.'Il:sissippih,wirF nie' ,ns if WUPKFQQ .Pg L,,,,FD . , ,. -- , . ', n..,gl..1 41-1 1-4'l,f.-.z e neon-t stel e- it u.:'uw'w1 Hives cor- 1 ----4v-r---"-f- . Sh L . 1 lTf . , I f K MCOQTH nero are ioufhi in the factories rectly at fore. it was watt mwzt sie oes - 1 -T r- '1 . .. - A worrfee U , ,-, news 5 eff- g. 1- as well es on the omttlvitelgu. Britu1n's uPTeu"J IfI"qf,wJw Lil' J 'V MALL A Minister of Labor, Sir Ernest Bovine is IRIS new senool..1y eoulen't the oth.r ,Mawr , +?.q HP towd UFT.1rwnnl ,,Cewt1y Y.:-1'yQ+5-,xfQ9 ,:.':- ij H.. , 1',,., , .L int .s.. J l.: A. Stud?ntS uII'rI1 IM' tlqi Qrgtisr men and women will soon be I Know how reiugees must feel moaned :A ,H , P . , , ,HL F 'nl pu-, Q ,. u1..,:e rar iroustry gist es men dere Mary to herself.rniy most people are mind dmoprg. p f the qy 7 ,-, . L '.. JL-fm NO ' A 1 'll' 9 to reiugees because they know what trouble fwl uorhurn Phd 15053 Fk,n LO wgwy will . . . . J... L .Ju t VI- ul 1.1- f. .un u .1 . ,. they have ned. Maybe if these boys end glrlge ,skid tu Imyigtorq mkogg lginv Nqvk could realize how much I want friendship nO+ivgFn:drrqL,inp5rin1L Ury Hp-eq JA to ,.,., . .1 .1 A.. ff au 1 -n.: -1 4 ' ,. -til. they would be eilferent. I know they do nottrhmsfgr to dpfnvge inausimibo 1. - 3-' . . .Q -., . .. '., be Q mean to be cruel. Marv g1fP 7, , , . , .H , . -.c..L' C.-....y r HVUQ tflnf ls Certflnufshe fold herself' arrearseeevessemaeeeeavseveeelesser "TMS 1S"'t me "W to be POPUlCr""'If I AID Ffa, nffsiiv oullsn'-E fzewer fs have any Murphey nackbone at all,now is the time to use it.It might not hurt to use a few brains as welln. Next morning Mary met Betty Lake. Instead of Mary waiting for Betty to speak,she spoke up first,with n friendly smile.Mnry greeted Batty,nGood morningn. Betty was sur prised. All thrt day Mary made the move toward friendship. She found that mnny of the nice girls were just as shy had been. They had wanted to talk to her they admitted but did not know just how to begin. When Mary made nn amusing blunder in class the rest laughed with her instead of Outoile Congress two leadels were ing their wid to Britain in other ways. President Roosevelt drove to Annapolis to meet and greet Brritnin'S new Ambassador to this country. Lord Halifax arrived on board the new bnttleship,King George V. -Usurlly the new ambassador from a country prrjfntg his country's greetings at the ihite'Hodse. Never before has a President So honored nn Ambassador. On the other side of the Atle.ntic,Wen- dell Villkie was being greeted by Prime Minister Churchill. He is seeing the ruins and reporting on them. David Nesbitt,Sp. giv- first es She

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QLQ QQQQ ANIMALS. Big game animals are increasing in this country-thanks to the care taken in recent years to preserve them. A survey made by the Department of Interior in Dec- ember,l958 shows a million more of those animals than there were in 1957. The count included elk,moose,bears,end buffaloes. David Nesbitt,7A. 'nannies HOW TO FIND YOUR JOB. Read books and magazine articles. 2.Visit offices,factories,and shops. 5.Talk to workers in various fields. 4.Start work in a vocational guidance 1. club. 5.Listen to speakers in various fields. 6.See movies of various kinds of work. 7.Try out different kinds of work during vacations. Joe Biggs,7A. X441 V fsuesswv ' 5 CITIZEN what is a good citizen? It is a per- son who is kind and a friend to all. In m opinion it is a person who is helpful and is always there in case of touble. A good citizen is fair in play and is willing to take part in anything he or she is asked. If you see anyone fighting,it would be only fair to interfere and if any- one is hurt you should help them, and be - kind to them. A person who is asked to do something worthwhile doing and refuses is not a good citizen. Are you a good citizen? Check your self and see if you are a good citizen. Dorothy LaMons.8A. eeaeeeeeeeeeeeeresmseeeeaeeeeeeasesef . TQ SAFETY LINE. Experts say that forty five million people in America live below the safety line because they do not get the food they need. These Americans are below the safety line because: l.Some of them do not earn enough. They must be taught. 2.Some do not know what foods they need They must be hekped. 5.Some live on land that can not support their families. They must learn how. 4. Some of them do not care enough. They must be aroused. A p Doris Beam.7A. it-LHHH?-IL-X-V lk-ki' IC-Z2-X-X-'39-32-'4-ar' " .r-Za-N' ' 3Hi:-L2-'.fr1L-1? .G Bill: What is a samehorse? Omie: Wh ,Bill, Don't you know? It is the past tense for.sea-horse. L i?n'X'99i1Fn-L-:faint 'ngftifiid :tw z:"s1'1"R-.-33-3-'11-.l".fl1 . 1113336 Qin HOVEMBER CALENDAR H L,' calendar placed on the board the month of November was very pretty, the bottom below the dates there was Q ture of the Pilgrims waving farewell t the ship. There was a Pilgrim maiden ex a man standing on the seashore waving g bye 1 The picture is made with colored chalk and is in man pretty colors. The man and woman are dressed in black and white and have light hair. The ship is black and white with red and blue banners The ocean is in shades of blue and purple The rocks are gray and the grass in shadc of green. The sky was pointed light blue Corrine Lutz,8A. eaaeeasseweeseaeeseeeseeeesrewx A oooh CITIZEN. I think I know a good citizen. He lS a boy aged fourteen, and in the Allen County Children's Home School. He obeys the rules and regulations cheerfully. He will help in the right way when it is needed. He is always ready to help the supervisors when they call him or tell him what to do. He has been taught to stay out of trouble and to mind his own business. I think he is a good citizen Billy Smith,8A. 4444365saaeaaaaeeeaaeeeeeaesrrsu y APPERRANCES. I think a persons appearances are just as important in their life as the nay they act. One does not need to be rich to have a good eppenrance. If you keep what clothes you have in good con- dition and if you do all the little things for good appenrunces,such as, your shoes, hair,and all the other little necessaries, it becomes simple to appear well. Then you will be welcomed by other people. Delmn Mae Justicc,8A ' ?WiP24iii wmcs 9,13 DIMES. The annual,NMARCH OF DIM SU, by which the nation celebrates President Roose- velt's birthday on Jrnuray 5Oth,is now under way. All over the country,as a tribute to the President,Americnns are asked to contribute their dimes or dol lnrs for the treatment and prevention of Infnntile Paralysis. Most of the money is used to fight the disease in the local community. The rest gays for lab- pratories in vhich the scientists are trying to find ways of preventing and curing the disease. , James Mmrshall,7A -Xie!-X-?k-N-li'-1Fi-28,2-2-X-4335632-IHS-9961632-71-Ye-ZH H244-F

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WRITING Writing is one thing that we should try to accomplish during our eight years in the for practice elementary schools. We have a fine writing supervisor,Miss Koons. Our teachers in our school provide plenty of time in writing and help us in the ods. . i To write well it is neces well. Knowing how to spell is correct meth- ax to spell not hard,Also learning to read well is a help toward good writing. All these combinations are the leadings to a good writer. I am sure that the person who cannot write well will not get the best position. If we speak well and pronounce our words correctly it will also help in our 1 writing. So learn to speak,spell,and write well. , Joe Biggs,7A. L I ,Gyn-xgky , .lf ' 3 TAXES EQB DEFENSE 4, . In Britain every man pays 574 out of every dollar he earns for taxes. He pays much larger hidden taxes than we do on items such as sugar,bread,and other necessities. M any Americans are willing to-pay higher taxes for defense. However-they think that' some of their present taxes should be changed so that more money could go toward defense and toward reducing our national debt. The cost of running our state,cou ty, and local governments is much greater than- many think it should be. It has increased a great deal in recent years. Part of the in- crease comes from many new services which these people think should be sacrificed just now for the safety of our country. Part of ythe increase comes from inefficient and out of-date methods of running these genernments, and part comes from waste and even graft. In many parts of the country groups are ebing' WHAT ABOUT TEE BOYS? ' 'mga sure haven't a bit of room to talk about the girls. They say that tk girls primp but please listen to this. have actually seen boys who would stnnf in front of the mirror for hours to see if they were handsome or not. Now for the make-upgboys have to we it,of course they wouldn't admit it but they it is true. When Halloween comes just can't wait to dress up and smear t make-up on. About niety seven out of ex hundred boys like to look like the girl They yell because the girls use nail polish but it is'well to see that if th1 boys get their hands on it they put some on. Iv'e hear of boys asking the girls i let them use some. So,boys,just sit down and think it over,how more and more the boys are getting like the girls. Doroth LaM0ns,8A. assistsxaaaaa444+++4kra+rar4ra++u+ BROADCAST , Wednesday evening,March l9th,at'Bg5O the boys and girls of the seventh and' eighth grades of the Allen County Child- gave a 50 minute pres- ren's Home-School entation of every day life at school.This program was given over radio station WGL E very morning the class comes to a mee meetihg presided over by the class Pres- ident. Other class officers are:vice-pres- ident,secretary,and sargeant-at-arms. Then each week the president selects six people who will make up the English and Conduct committees. The English committee watches for mistakes in English and the Conduct committee watches for the mistake: in conduct. If a persons name appears more than three times during a week he must wear a special tag during the next formed to study hese taxes and to try to get tweaks If YOU bum around and d0n't work them reduced. These groups point out that- the state and local gevernments cost ten - billion dollars per year or about twenty cent per day for each man,woman,and child in the ' you may have to wear it a second week. or perhaps sit in the hall with a dunce cap on your head. is I think the children enjoy the whole , United States. They say that if we could cut xworks and it teaches them to be more care- this coast only two cents per day for each person the savings would pay the wages and ,the cost of training,feeding,and clothing an army of 5,000,000 men. - ' David Nasbitt,Sp. '19-I-X-I-ii-B-9' ' A " ..-Yc-V4-h-!tJ.P.G-iZjii-P'n-56-k2-'.i-iG-32-S5-'.L-k2 DIPLOMA CY e r V- ' S on: Pa, what do you mean by-diplomacy? Ph: My son, if you would tell a girl that her face would stop a clock,.your'e in for it, but if you tell her that time stands still while you gaze in her eyes, that's'diplomacy.p - V fWEik':5i'Exkl'f3' JliAZ4k1Q'Hl4HH?Kyfr ful when they do their talking. '-Mildred Yarman,8A. 44a++a+w4sa+++aa++4++4++astress ' SHOWS Every Friday evening we go to the gym. for about an hour and a half for enter- tainment. We almost always see four reels of moving pictures. Two-of them are educ- ational pictures and two are just for our ipleasure. We enjoy these-shows very much and hope that we may continue them. All of the educational pictures teach us many things we do not know. E' 44444444444+4++aaa+4u4i++wnwwwii+k+

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