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.Nl HOBBY ' I ' I I p
My hobby is gathering jewelery. I f ...J I ,- X I D ii
find it a very interesting one. I have s ,-- Dj , D
quite a number of pieces collected now if-5 L- v. see L-- 5
and I hope to get more. Mary Bice.7A. iii W I i I
, . -,HHrWMV, . is lots of fun to collect them. I
Q- M! HOBBY Kk+ii I Just recently I received a T
' --- stamp from Indian, and another i
Everyone should have a hobby. I have
two and think they are a lot of fun.
One of my hobbies is keeping er sito-
from Hawaii, So if you run out ,
of things to do just start a I I
collecting hobby of your own. H
graph book. In this book I keep the auto-
graphs of m teachers,classmates,and friends 4,igggiinyyyyiggipkyypnyggi
y This will be a good way for me to remember HOBBIES I D
m friends as I grow older. lc O C- a Ing J
My second hobby is collecting pictures .
and photographs. This too helps to remember
friends and events. I think m hobbies are
a lot of fun. Ermal Sands.7A
M hobby is collecting trinkets. I have
quite a few and hope in the
to get many more. I receive
girls and other friends who
in helping me keep m hobby
them from the
going. I now
about seventy nine trinkets. I hope
hobby never grows old to me.
M hobby is saving medals. I have
medals from several ports of the United
States. There are two from Fort Wayne. I
now have thirty six altogether. The oldest
one I have is from San Diego and is duted
It has German signs all around its
and an old fort in the middle.
I feel that I am fortunate to have is
as I now have. I nm told to be sure to
all that I have and add to as I an
for they may be valuable some dey.
My grnndfather trfveled all over the
United States and secured many. Then he
died my grandmother gave his collection
to me. Bill Smith,8A.
GET Q HOBBY.
Get a hobby. Keep at it. Let it grow
up with you. Some day it may earn for you
or make you famous. Joe Biggs.7A.
My hobby is a very interesting one.It
Corrine Lutz,8A. I
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Mary Bice----gathering jewelryl
Ehhel Richardson-addresses I
Bob Fett----Basket Ball
Neel Hagan---Basket Ball I
James Marshall-swimming I I
Omie Brown---football Q I
Bill Smith---Brsket Ball
Merlin Doud--collecting skulls
Delma Justice--Celling people names
Marie Thite---collecting handkies
John Schie-collecting match folders
Homer Johnson--collecting photographs
Dnonald Sghie-bdsket ball
Doris Bfam----collecting stamps
Corrine Lutz--collecting stamps
Hazel Lutz---collecting stemps and cards
Mildred Yarman--collecting stamps and cards
Dorothy LeMons--collecting stamps and cards
Amy Fett--collecting photographs and singi
Ermal Sands--collecting photographs
Mildred YrrmanyErmsl Sends, and Am Fett
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I have a very interesting hobby 'hich
perhaps is unusual with most people. It
started vhen I was at my brother-in-laws
The idea was given to me when my bro-
ther'in-law showed e new 1959 quarter. It
occured to me that collecting coins vould
be very interesting for n hobby. Of course
I started it with pleasure. To date I have
quite 2 number of coins. I have several
from Spnin,two from Cmneda,one from Chinn
is collecting stamps and cencclotions from
gfffegent piaceS'tI have J?St S?aiEed lt ??g I om-in hopes of getting more and more as
ave OT Y our S agps so ar' bop my 9"'t' nlo . I ho ou will et n
stamps in a book which I made. All m stamps lne goes . ?g ?e ya g. kr
are different. Some are from Fort We e hobby' It IS lnterestlng 'nd you X111 li '
New York, Indianapolis, Chicago,Baton
Rouge,Dayton,Syracuse,Lefeyette, and Grand
Rapids. I hope to get many more. I think it
Qcontinue next culumnl
and quite a number from the United States.
it for it is an easy to learn.
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Q52 XQQ IMAGINE?
David Nesbitt being boisterous?
Richard Filloff not liking the girls?
D oris Beam being tall and skinny?
E rmel Sands being dark complexioned and
Diane Ferrier not being an actress
Albert Hall not playing car
Dick Siebold liking the girls
Lee Stillwell not liking-stampsf
not having freckles. A ,ifp '
M ary Bice not wearing make-up to school """'f-sl
Ethel Richardson not being crazy about v,11yx,fX' jf AXA Q
Rey Stephans. pt ,",9r X 5
Red Rhonemus being dark compleirioned end "Ju
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aving dark kair. , gk . , f ,
Omie Brown reciting in school. l eu, X g,4-7 , Lil
Jimie Marshall not being handsome ff?'5 ,fsf 1 l
Neal Hagen being right hmded. l fkgfg TJ l
Eugene Terrence not getting into mischief. leg? N-fffl ,-s'l
Helen Ferrier not talking to Joe Biggs 5Xf?fFf?!l lr eeigss-.Sires A
Joe Biggs not making snouts yl1iHnj'N'rs-...Th
Bob Fett not laughing and talking 3 if e y
Bill Smith not talking to himself , J .,n.f kgglf
Merlin Doud not being sleephy 1CCQ,fp5:1'-5 if ' '
A1127 Fett with black hair. 1-JN' 5335 gy
Delma Justice being an artist e i i i A l'
Marie White being short end fat Q1-Q X-CQ EVER d
John Schie with long curly hair. See a fly batting
Wilma Deltz being light compleyion I See c hot dog
Corrine Lutz being tall and ugly See an ear ring
Hazel Lutz writing some one elses book reports See a tree bark
Mildred Yermen wearing long dresses See a car truck
Dorothy Lahons not putting her hands in See a spider cat-ch n fly
the wringer. See a Sreet walk
Robert Ryan being a show-off See a dinking glass
Lawrence Stippich being a good sport See a jitter bug '
Naomi Thite not being Q good helper See a dar
George Boone not being Q good render See 3 big apple dance-
Elmer Zinn not being a good boy See n sharp pencil
Bob Beam not doing the right thing See A butter fly
Betty Wflters not watering the flowers See a pin scratch
Floyd Ferrier liking the girls 'Seeea,book study
Mildred Petty liking arithmetic See n shoe shine
Norman Doud wasting paper Sec Q fox tot
Tom Bice not getting an artihmetic problem See Q telephone wire
Lloyd Justice not getting his spelling Sec n flag wave
Betty Tarnick not being quiet See a tree leave
Mnrcite Ctippich not being P good girl we4a+w+ii+e+a4+444i+i+++4
Vern King not kiking to dance Herbert: How did you make out with your
Doris Arnold liking arithmetic your school examinations?
Billy Coleman not being funny Donald: Oh' Just like Napoleon.
Mary Walters liking roller skating Herbert: What do you mean?
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I have quite n few hobbieS.lIy most int-
eresting one is eollecting stamps. I start-
ed my stamp collection Februwry 22,l94l end
have about one hundred sttmps now. I like.
my hobby and think that it is hell to have
one. S one of my other hobbies ere as fol-
lows: Collecting hnndkerchie?s,hgi3,eUt:-
graphs,and pictures. I like my Q-Ldfis ipry
much. Marie vhite.55.
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I have three hobbies which I enjoy doing
very much. The first is autographs. This is
e very interesting hobby. Ones friends can
be remembered by their autographs. I have '
three books almost filled with the names of
friends and teachers.
Collecting photographs and other things
is dlos an interesting hobby, Most people
like to remember their friends. This is one
way to remember them. Collecting clippings
from newspapers is interesting. This helps
to remember friends and events.
Ermnl Sands.7A .
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I have quite a number of hobbies which
are interesting as well as educational for
me. I take considerable interest in all of
them, but to me collecting stamps seems to
be the most important. Along with my stamps
I keep as men cancelations as possible.
From this Ielenrn many states and townS.I
non have epproxim tely four hundred differ-
ent stamps and canceletiens. I hope to have
a very large collection some time.
My other hobbies are collectng pest-
chiefs. They are all very interesting.
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I now have four hobbies which I like
very much. They are stamp collecting,pic-
ture postcnrds,autogrephs,cnd pictures.
The one I enjoy most is picture
postcards. I have cfrds from almost all
the states. I have quite r fem from Canada
e nd some from South America. I like to
ccllect picture postcards because it is so
The next most interesting one is
autographs. When I meet someone I think I
will like I ask them to give me their auto-
graph. I new have five autographs Books
and they ure all full. I nm going to get
a new one soon.
If abby is collecting animal skulls,
I get started on my hobby while helping
to tear down the old shop. Under the shej
we'found the skeleton of a cat. I took
the skull off of it and cleaned it out.
New I bury squirrel heads and any other
animals I find and when there is nothing
left I dig them out. I have quite a col-
lection of skulls now. I could have had
the skull of a skunk and one of an oppos-
um up at Big Island Camp but they smelled
so had I let them alone.
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Lawrence Stippich ------ -fishing
Naomi White ----- ------dancing
- ---- ---stamps
James Fagan----------h nting
Professori Why don't you answer me?
Freshman: I did,I skook my head.
Professor: Did you expect me to hear it
rattle way up here?
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Neal: I only got thirty five in 'rith-
metic and forty in spelling but I sure
knocked 'em cold in geography.
Jim: What did you get?
Bob: Why do you cell this enthusiastic
Herb: Beacnuse the cook put everything
She had into it.
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Joe: There was a worm in the apple I
Helen: Take e drink and wash it down.
JOB: Aw! Let the old thing Walk!
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