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

 - Class of 1941

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l I 4,g:jElEfh5xf, 55.5335 ::- un Q 'UU E -'Q I ,eariggf g he wht e , "P -'ft 2-1:1 I -- , Q of o I '.-I I I T his fe J t.! GIRLS music In music we practice for the various , rd d be tiful har programs which are always being prepared. ggagxgfitiiiing giant 258 Songs fggngiad- Right now we are preparing our Commencement songs. We are learning new songs right - along. It is easy for us to catch on to new zgei theiiigaiivgeg ggwagirxzszisgrgiln songs so we are always glad to hear the new thnmsgives Dgrothy LHMOHLBA ones that Hrs Angusih and Mrs Brown pick out e ' for us. MAKING TOWELS If a new song does not go well we usually """"""' 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. Dorothy Lnl0ns.8A 4441 w+4J GI RLS MUSIC CLASS. ALTOS S APRANOES Amy Fett M rcita Stippich Wilma Deltz Nelda Ramsey Marie White Ethel Richardson Vera King Betty Walters Naomi White Blanche Ramsey Diana Ferrier Helen Ferrier M ry Wnlters Doris Beam Jeanette Berg Corrine Lutz Doris Ann Arnold Delma Justice Dorothy LnMons Mildred Yarm n Hazel Lutz Ermal Sands Betty Wnrnick Mildred Petty Mary Bice. We appreciate the vork Mrs Anguish and M rs Brown are doing for us very much and hope that we may succeed. Dorothy LnMons.8A. MUS IC 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. i-K-H-i9-X-N-k2JA6PkX-3L-X6'.-kJiS?H'r?1-X-l-X-X4f3!-iJ2-X-'k?r 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. Dorothy LnM0ns.8A. ..- -......,.,....-1...- .....,.--......l....,, .. . Qs -sl 75 l Q. . W 1

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. 4' 1'- sf' 41?-zz .T s, J-........-ff, w4?'fuf?fxH F?:If 'Tiff' I ,tv . if Q XMB- ' fflffi I e-'U 1,42 'ifgfie 7 .' U .N-Nw' 'lishghgsgfg f I "e:"' I 'TT xxjkiiwfaxl r ""mD -f ,-b- f' ,- Fofesfe rw coefeusseo me.:-.N CE CLUB- 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 January 22,l94l.Wednesday 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 Goodbye, Corrine Lutz. s+s++++4ss+se+w+waeeHeea masses Dear Mr.Sellers: 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. Goodbye, Helen Ferrier. P.S .Corrine is Writing too. S he thinks she is smart because she can think of more to write about than I can. axsseasseessmsssaassaassssesssasax NEW FRIENDS 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 '.'i-K-EH?-'.P.i-332-DH PX-71-X-X-2?X-9.6.1-VH?-31'-'A-X-IA-X-Yr-4 HH?-X -A-it LETTER TO A CORHESPONDFNT I Allen County Children Home Fort Wayhe,Indiana April 28,l94l. Dear Violet: I was very pleased to get your welcome letter and was very glad to hear from you. 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 Ccontinued next columnl fcontinued next 111895



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