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

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It is some dream,that on the deck, -..V .H I K V 4, .,f. .. A , IP vw' W g .H .-Nfcvngfw 'fn J Q ff .. g acne F .,x f If-1l!ff:ff:"12jT,.'25-1,1-Easy 5 ml Z . L-57,1-:EXOTVIQ-1: si fl' 'S' I. ...fa 'fn f X P ILL f .n isfle.-reef: 5' 525 ' '1'ZCff3"!.!5g- ' .N 4 J Y ,V i :NI pfX,N-.. ,Inf QEEEESEQU 5' 0?kqdO' l'T iL,n? I' . 0 iii. ' '5Qig? ? 11'-5,445-'ef 'E ' By Wilma deltz. IE FLAG Oh! CAPTAIN?MY CAPTAIN. The stars on the background,the red and Oh! captain-My Capffalfl- white Stripes, Our fearful trip is done. It is for this in war our country fights. The glory,the freedom,the liberty,the death Is circled around the flag like a wreath. The sta rs and the stripes,the red,white Just and blue, see them all and ever be true. The flag in its glory and beauty behold, In rain or sunshine or in the cold, This flag waves on and on again. To the battleships its soldiers may send. Just And to the red and see the stars on the background of blue white stripes ever be true Corrine Lutz,8A. as4+as4w+seaseea+++s+a+seessw++es+++aa I WOULD RATH R LIVE IN THE CITY THAN IQ THE COUNTRY. I would rather live in the city because I am not used to being alone. I can not stand for it to be quiet around me. I like to be where there are noises. If you live in the City walk it isn't far from down town. You can down town whenever you want to. It is a loy of fun to go down town and look in all the store windows and you don't even have to ride when you are only eight blocks away from it. I don't like the long rides in a ear like some people do. If I had to take n trip like some people do I would die before I got there. I don't think you would ever see me living in the country. Amy Fett,8A. 4eaaeaiaeeawaaaeeesaaasmeeaeeewaeaa S OM E PEOPLE ARE VERY SUPERSTITIOUS. Some people are very superstitious. Abraham Lincoln was one of them. One time he was about to fight a man he thought could lick him. On the way to meet him he saw a four leafed clover. He picked it and put it in his pocket. When he got there he gave the other man an awful beating. Whether the four leafed clover had anything to do with it or or not we do not know but he carried it for about forty years and then lost it. He went to a show without it and there was assassin- ated. James Marshall,7A. ship has weathered every rack, prize we sought is won. port is near, bells I hear,the people all exulting, While follow eyes the steady keel, The vessel grim and daringg But Oh! Heart! Heart! Oh! The bleeding drops of red, Where on the deck my captain lies Fallen cold and dead. The The The The Oh! Cnptain,my Captain! Rise up and hear the bellsg Rise up! For you the flag is flung, For you the bugle trills, For you boquets and ribboned wreaths, For you the shores a crowding, the call,the swaying mass, For you Their eager faces turning. Here Captain,dear father This arm beneath your head. You've fallen cold and dead. My Baptain does not answer, ' His lips are pale and still, M y father does not feel my arm, He has no pulse nor will. The ship is anchored,safe and sound, Its voyage closed and done, From fearful trip,the victor ship Gomes in with object won. Exult! O Shores,and ring,O bells. But I with fearful tread Walk the deck my Captain lies Fallen cold and dead. By,Walt Whitman,American Literature. Handed in by Wilma Deltz. saeeseewasseassasesaseaaseesssaeaas There was a storm on the sea. A week or so after, a man picked up his paper an Said,HTell it looks like there has been Q terrible storm at sea,this book is upsid dorm in the water." Then the other man looked at the paper and said,UWhy no,you have the paper upside down.n



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