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Boys and girls like to fly kites. the Spring will soon be here
wind makes them go high in the sky. Tue boys The birds will come back
and girls in our room made funny kites. Ne To sing to us
m dethem out of all colors
we made faces on the kites
of pipe. . Then
. All the kites
are different and have string tails with
different colors on them. Wouldn't you like
to see our funny kites. Evelyn Beam,4B.
The windmills are so bright and gay.
They are a pretty sight as the wind turns
them around so fest. Evelyn Beam,4B
We reed stories about Holland and then
we made pictures. I made a picture of a
bowl with different colored tulips.
The people raise beautiful hilips.The
tulips are bright colored. They make the
land look cheerful. I would like to go to
Holland sometime and s ee the tulips and
the windmills. Joanne Erk,4b.
M arch wind will make kites fly
See how high
The wind will take your kite.
E velyn Beem,4B
They run so fast
As they scamper past.
Egg SNOW MQN
Let's make n snow man
Make kim big and tell
And round and fat
S o he will be nice and jolly.
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WHEN I BECOME A MQN
would like to be a farmer. I'd like to
ride a horse on the farm.
I'd like to grow
And give us cheer.
We nad a story about a seal. It was
black and had smooth fur. It had no
and no tail. Seals have flippers to help
them walk. They live in the far north.
tedhey live pert of the time on the land
but most of the time in the water.
I planted some flower seeds
They were tiny and small
I hope they all grow
Qhuvf To be ovely and tall.
Verda Slain, 5B .
April rains bring wild flowers
I like violets abd bluebells
I hope you like them too.
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When I become n man I would like to be an
aviator and ride in a big airplane. I
people and freight end
the country to the
would like to serve in
would like to carry
ridefrom one end of
other. If I could I
the arm as an aviator.
When I grow
farm and have
up I would like best to be a
and live out on a nice big
a nice big white house and
barn. I'd have some pigs,chickens,horses,
cows,lambs,and a dog and pony for myself.
I'd like to sell my eggs and churn the
cream into butter. I would like to have Q
great big orchard of apples,peers,peeches,
and plum trees. Then I would like to have
lots of fresh air,good food and a lovely
vegetables and wheat and watch them grow. place to live Blncnche Ramsey,Sp.
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every night. It would be
hay wagon and help milk the cows. A farmer
is out in the air and gets strong. I want
to be strong too. Gene Faust,Sp.
fun to ride on the When I grow up I would like to be a cir-
cus cowboy. I love horses and would rather
have them than anything else. Then I would
tricks in the circus. All the children
would laugh at me and be happy. Tom Stutz.
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alle fm.: diy in eleifmember 1950 th.-ing N' 3' ' 0 l' ei.-'ST' ,fee-1557 'I
was a group of new interns at the hospital
in which I worked. A few weeks later I saw
one of these new doctors vhose face looked
familiar to me so I went up to him and asked
He said it was Bill Smith. I was so as-
tonished to see him. We talked quite some
time of the good times we hed in the eighth
grdde et ACCH.
One hot dey I decded to go to the lake.
A friend of mine osked me to take their lit-
as rhite as d sheet and as pretty as a
picture. She fell from n trapeze while do
ing an ect for the children at the Home.
One dey I was shopping. I was surprised
to see Q picture in the window. It was so
ist. I inquired where the artist lived.
They told me where to find her and that
her name was Delme Justice. I had a hard
finding her and when I did the maid told
me that she was out.AS I Went away I
very pretty that I decided to see the arte
tle girl tlong
ing shopping. I
to the lake. Th
so I thought she could stay alon
tool my c.r ond
girl 1 s eleven
ve drove out
e for a lit-
whieh I did a s they were go-
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t to buy her some ice cream.
heard someone singing, It vas Christmas
week and I discyvered the voice to be
lincoln Tower. I Went
coming from the
there and found tio
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Tlzen I ecnue oock she was nowhere to be Wlfma Dcltz mid' M' , 6 V A My - d to
p . q , .. . 7 . prised to see I5 PUC DCT? SL-FT1S9
-ound. h ver'on, e:oUno seemed to be very I i,, 1
- - ,A A - 1- - - hear of Delma. Alina to-d me she was
much exciton. A loop near me seemed familiar ' , . 1 J -
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It was none other than Amy ELIE. .hut a pl,fsure Ot 194l' Q ' , Q50 in Lutz
sure it vis to see her. Eut I just obout hdZGllfBO err! e AJQL
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band, John Senie. Billfwriting ax letter to his grandmother
Some time ,fter I 1' 3 on n vacation. asked Mrs Bolinger how to spellfpudding,
I decided to :pond it in Floride..I wanted putting. When the letter was continued
to tvke an girpinne for Qfme rc syn or other, it read as follows:
I want to th, field ond was panning on when I efme Dear Grandmother: Thanks for the
I como across Dfneld Zghie. It 3115 happened he w money you gave me, I an pudding it
he nf: going to tn, sfme pL1ec fn:1g'self. in the bank. With love,
Later I beyfn tu xtwry the pilot, Ur looked Bill,
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New York. I uns called to rodm 205 ind to
my amazement Mildred Ytrmnn urs lying on her
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RHONE MUS NN A, and she has become as his own little 3
xxxxx N sister. Corrine Lutz! BA. .
sex ,' ing Ftoon
A HELPFUL SCOUT TROOP Nrxxxx CJ It WHS in the middle O? June when
In the little town of James- there WHS 21 high flood ln the state
town the p ople expected a flooH,once of Illieels' There lots of 1
each year because the town was on the thlnge were Weshee aWeY'i
narrow banks of a river. It was late in the T Peovle Were,dr1Ven
winter and just about one week until the from thelr homes
spring thaw. It was a neat little town and 'q::::B by the Waters- l
the Shoem ck River w s high. Everyone was There Wee e group eel
worried about the river. Darkness came and boy Scouts the , Wanted to help
everyone went to bed worried about the mor- reovle who were ln need' Some of the boys.
ning. With early morning the river banks
were flooded and the houses were half cover
Therewas a boy scout troop in the town.
They got boats and helped to rescue the
people from the flooded houses and get them
to higher ground.
In about two weeks the water was back in
the river. The people returned to their
homes. They cleaned and fixed them up again
to await another flood which was sure to
come again with the coming spring.
TRUE egg s coUT
one of the many floods on ine
On top of one of the many float-
could be seen a little eight year
huddled together with her little
had no father,mother,brother,or
sister. She was a lone except for her little
The little girl was looking into the sky
hands folded,and deep in prayer. All of a
sudden there was a splash- her prayers had
A short way off could be seen a boy in
could it be? As he neared she
could see that it was someone she did not
know. She had never seen a boy scout but she
had heard of them and had confidence in them
for her mother hnd told her before she died
that they helped everyone.
found places where it was almost impossibl
to rescue anyone They went to ces wher
little children were left alone, while '
their parents were in town. Some were with
out food and clothing and others were with
out shoes. ,
The boy on the 1941 calendar
ing o little girl that one left alone with
only the black kitten for company. The
child had no shoes. The home looked like 1
it was nearly washed away. The windows wen
broken. The child does not seem to be
frightened at all. The boy is carrying the
child to the boat. He is going to take it?
to a place where it can be cnrred for, f
until a home can be found fer it. I
Wilma Deltz,8A. I
INSPECTION DAY Fon TROOP 24 ?
Inspection day is the last opportunih
to earn badges for the year. We are to
bring all the things which we did for the:
year and put them along the blackboard f
to gether. We will stand in front of our !
exhibits. mrs.Pool1ng will go around and F
inspect everything carefully. If we receid
passing grades we may recieve a badge on A
one of the followingzwood Carving,Sewing,
or First Aid. Wilma and Corrine will recej
ive attendance badges and Mildred and 4
Dorothy will receive Scribe badges. I ,
think we will all be very happy. 4
Dorothy LaMons.8A. '
He helped the little girl off the roof. rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrri ' V" I
He then put her in e bnlnket and putting her CAMPORE E 1
kitten on his shoulder,carried them to his Each year the boy scouti
boat. He paddled away up to the shore hwere go to Camporee. It is n two day affair '
there were many other refugees. with good timGS fOr all' We make many Defi
Not only did he Save the little girl's acquaintances. Usually it rains when we
life but she was adopted into his family go to camp. This year we go to Pbrtland.l
Qcontinued next colum j
Joe Biggs.7A. 1
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