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

 - Class of 1941

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THE S HAM? It was one June day, 'hile I was starting out to play, I happened to notice the swamp, 'ith its wet and mucky ground, While the beautiful forest With big tall trees grew around. The weasel came from his hole in I love to sit and watch all thigh. And to see them romp. Every night before I go to bed I prey for that dear old swamp. Donald Scie.8A. i+444ii+4i+ii44i++k44444+i4i4iM4 SPRI NG To be joyful at spring Just think of the songs That the birds do sing, The sweet smelling pdors The flowers do bring. To be joyful at spring Just think what comfort That spring does bring, The birds in the trees tops How they do sing. Hszel Lutz SA. 'A' Q 4+an4+e+4++aa4ss4e+eeks+++4e+esa+ MYSE LF I'm still a girl and quite small, I say a lot but don't mean it all. "ji : ' fy: 1-fm MX BROTHER. My brother is what you call n man today He kwlps my dad and rides in the hny But buy,O boy, when he is done He lays himself right in the sun. My brother tens and sometimes burns 'Tie never knows until he turns And if he tons he smiles at me, But if he doesn't O Gosh,O Gee. He's mad and then he turns to say Oh well it's not m fault an way. I just got tired and laid to rest We know he did his very best. Then we take him in to supper And we say he didn't suffer But just the same I love him so, My brother's name is little UJoeN. Dorothy LaMons,8A. a++eeee++Heeeeeeeeeeeeeemekeeeaeesa MAKE IT RIGHT People laugh at what some say, Yes,they do,dPy after day. But no matter who it is, Some things they say are really wise You see, there is Lindeburgh and Edison t People may even laugh at you. The two I have mentioned turned out dis- coveries true. - I'M quite fond of the words,HfussH and Ufightn SO Come nOW,dUn.t be blue And I do it continuously from morn to night. Then there are times when I'm very good, And do just what I really should. I help grnnded clean the mows Also feed the hungry cows. Then when the sun falls over the hills I know it's really hard to keep back the tears But you might be glad ns fast go they yea You keep on going until you get to the li And then you say,WIv'e won the fightn. When people lnugh atwwhat you've done Take it as a sport and say it's for fu . I can hear the call of the Whip-poor-willsstrive to make the best of it Then his sweet words sound for him to share And itlll all come out right,yOu bet' And both go the the Lord in sweet hour of prayer. Mildred Yarnnn,8A. -?c'X'k"44.i-A-'k'2"'.c"x-L' -DHL 4.2-LH A E-li-Z-F..-Ji-1.1-L93-W i-ya-Yii-dk BUPPET SHOW The seventh and eighth grades have planned to give n puppet show very soon. The boys that work down in the shop are going to make the stage and scenery for the show. The girls sewing class nre doing the costumes for he dolls. The shov will be given as soon as it is completed end it will be given in the gymnasium. William Rhonemus.7A 4-'24r.?',? 62-".c'1 'h i2 4215.-L'21"'x-i'c:.1 131- i?-'.H'fJ.?-YcJ.?.HiwVr'.Q-'.i-k-'n-li"'.rl-'3'r Corrine Lutz,8A. -X-nrirv " ' ZHHi-Y.4A-Vrl51?n'4H9-2fF?X-X-X-7rTr'k4.6-X-'rnL"A-5k6Fk5HE A PRIVATE TQ HIS MA Dear Ma: Here I am,all tuckered out in a new outfit,the hat too wide, the shirt too big, the pants small, and the shoes too long. So I guess I will have to keep my promise and not go out with the girls until I get a new suit, anyhow. Well, M a, Life is swell out here, morning I heard something though . One like a whistle or horn blow, but I didn' have to get up because I knew I wnsn't working in a factory any more. But I got wise to the bugle. Once when they blew the call,nFhll inW,I was standing by the lake and in I went. I guess I will have to forget my thr about being a general in a ueek?Bob.R?4.

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