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songs. We are learning new songs right -
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ones that Hrs Angusih and Mrs Brown pick out e '
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do not go farther than merely to learn it. 'bil' Mrs'Brown h s been sick the
Most of the time we like the new ones and
can do them in a little while.
I think all the girls appreciate singing.
GI RLS MUSIC CLASS.
ALTOS S APRANOES
Amy Fett M rcita Stippich
Wilma Deltz Nelda Ramsey
M ry Wnlters
Doris Ann Arnold
Mildred Yarm n
We appreciate the vork Mrs Anguish and
M rs Brown are doing for us very much and
hope that we may succeed.
In music we hnve learned two beautiful
new songs. They are,nThe Flag Without u
StainU,andH Keep on Hopinn. We sang them
before e group of tenchers. We are now
lerrning HSnnta Lucian and the second
verse of nhos of Tra Lee.U These are
CContinued next colum l
mostly known and used for their 'ihhi
untion and have not quite decided which
girls of the Glee Club have been mning
towels for the Institution. They are
very pretty. They are made up of differeni
colors. Almost every girl has made two.
The girls also do some singing while
they are working on the towels,so we
have singing while we work on the sewing.
Hazel Lutz, A.
GOOD Q13 GLEE CLUB
The girl's Glee Club has been together
four years and it has been veny level to
be a part of it. We who will graduate are
very sorry to leave and will miss the
music very much. Mrs Anguish and M s,
Brown are lovely to the girls and have
taught us forty or fifty songs. We love to
to sing together and will hope to get into
glee club work in high school. Anyway we
will never forget our school, our teachers
and the lovely things they have done for
us. Corrine Lutz,8A.
In Music we have learned two
beautiful new songs. They are,WThe Flag
Without a Stain,W nnd2Keep on Hopin,n
We sang both of them before a groups of
teachers. We are learning Santa Lucia
and the Second verse of Rose of Tra Lee.
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Letter writing is a fine Sort uf -vfv.eJquarrels between nations may be avoided
time or hobby if one may choose to r'W it
such. It is of great value to the trit.r
and may be of great interest and equal value
to the receiver of the letters. Two girls wer
were in the hospital and decided the proper
thing to do would be to write a letter to
their teacher. The following letters were
duly written,posted,carried, and received
at the school. They were read and reread
by the teacher and then read again before
the class. Now they are here,inclosed, to
show the value of letter writing.2
A llen County Children Home
F ort Wayne,Indiana
Dear Mr.S ellers:
Just dropping a few lines and hoping
they don't drop off. Hope I'm finding you
O.K. I am practically well now,just a
slight cold and headache. Mr.Sellers, when
I'm not in school, I miss you but not the
arithmetic,at all. Helen is writing to you
too. Helen says that I am writing more than
she can, but don't mind her. Well, Helen si
is bothering me now,so I will have to close
I am in bed because of my cold. I
will be until I get
was back at school.
don't know how long it
out. I sure do wish I
Corrine is in here too. She has a cold.
I thought I would
let you know that I am
drop you n line to
pretty good. Well I
guess that is about all I have to say.
P.S .Corrine is Writing too. S he
thinks she is smart because she can think
of more to write about than I can.
Would you like to build up a better
understanding of the citizens of other
countries by writing to boys a nd girls of
your own age in India,China,South America,
or some other foreign country. The inter-
national friendship league was organized
nine years ago to promote better under-
standing among young people of the world.
in the future. '
The League has lists of students in
86 countries and territorieswho want
to write to American boys and girls.
Because of the war a number of countrie
in E urope cennot take part in the plans
now. Fowever,there are thousands of
students, gmrticularly in South America,
who are eager to tell you about their
schools,homes,and communities, and to
hear about yours in return.
When a class is interested,the Inter-
national Freindship League,4l Mt.Vernon
Street,Boston,Mass. will gladly make
all the arrangements for the correspond-
ence. Dr,Joh Stwdebaker,Commissioner
of Education at Washington D.C. has
approved the League. Euegen Torrence,QA
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LETTER TO A CORHESPONDFNT
I Allen County Children Home
I was very pleased to get your welcome
letter and was very glad to hear from
I would like very much to have your
picture and also of the scenes in your
town. I am very glad to correspknd with
you and since you told me about Wetaskew
ewin I suppose I should tell you about
Fort Wayne. It is quite large and there
ten or eleven theatres but I have never
taken the time to go to all of them. So
I really don't know the exact nu ber.
In the summer we have many things
for enjoyment, We sometimes go swimming
or go to the ball games or parks where
there are many things for the amusemetn.
I love to go to the parks because there
is so much fu there.
I would love to see the little child
ren you take care of,especial1y Mary Ann
I used to work in the nursery where there
are children from three days to six
years old. One of the children I liked
especially was Mary Ann Dancer. She is
not here now. She was really a darling.
Some people took her into a home with
them to take care of. I don't work there
now but I wish I did.
Through such understanding,wars and qua rrel
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February 12th was Lincoln's Birthday.
I think we should remember Lincoln because
he is the kind of a man America needs. He
was always willing to help the other fel-
low. He was alwnys willing to fight for
freedom end democracy. Lincoln's early life
was herd but he kept on and made the best
of it. He was eager for education. He always
tried to get books to read. He learned more
and more as he grew older although he had
little schooling. He was loved by most of
the people who knew him.
March 4th 1861 he became President of
the United States. He was President during
the Civil War. James Mershall,7A.
THE AMERICAN'S CREE D
I belive in the United States of :mer-
ica as a government of the people,by the
people, for the peopleg.hose just powers are
derived from the consent of the governedg
a democracy in a republic,a soverign nation
of many soverign states,a perfect union,one,
and inseprable,estnblished upon those prin-
ciples of freedom,equnlity,justice, and hum-
anity,for which American patriots sacrificed
their lives and fortunes. I therefore believe
it is m duty to m country to love it,to
suport its constitution,to obey its laws,to
reppect its flag,nnd to defend it against
all enemies. AUTHOR:William Tqylor
Handed in bygRobert Ryan,8A.
TQ THE POOR HOUSE
A couple had lost their Wag in their
new car which was very expensive. Finally
Woman: There is a sign,deer,what does it
Man with falshlightzreadsz To the poorhouse.
Yes he answered,we are on the right road
and don't know it.
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The Birthday of the Father of his
Country,mny it ver
by American Hearts
and most sacred in
after, until the l
freeze in the lest
be freshly remembered
His memory is first
our love. Ever,here-
st drop of blood shall
name shall be A spell of power and of
might. It was the daily beauty and the
matchless glory of
his life which enabled
him to create his country, and at the same
time secure an undying love and regard
for the whole American people, the first
in the hearts of his countrymen. Undoubt-
edly there were brave,vise,and good men
before his day in every eolomy,but the
a nation, I do not
reckon to have begun before l774,and the
first love of that young America was
Turned in by Bill Smith,8A.'
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Nealslpromptlyl Motor cars.
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