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

 - Class of 1941

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X , in E J to 1 X 'J . 4' gdjxi ,I 5531240 Q!lQ.T'NQ?I:t4lj glifff -,--'Lx 9'-,Q - Ff5f5'Vti?. f ... sCl0f5f'f1Q'?E" NEWS E ...Qg4..'g.Z"..p.,...1..i...gs.,g:5g.g4? ,Lucas M4464 mms you cam walk with me. P' Mr.Sellers: No, Eugene, you are going to lunch. I can't walk that fast. -X"li4iJ.rX'rK-i-i-ynf.HA6.'-2H9'K-?c-7r'fiHiJ:9iJkyr'rlJA' Mildred Petty: Miss Worthmang please take me to the show with you, Miss Worthman: I an not going to the show today. Helen M urray: She is going to take Amy. Mildred: She is doing everyone elese a favor except me. Helen Murrnyfsupposed to be in hospital, She isn't doing me any favor. .i-Z-'.i-'li-52-li-!'r- '.i-K' Mildred Ynrnan,President3 Hazel Lutz, Vice-presidentg Dorothy LaMons,secreteryg Edna Johnsongmary Sieboldg Wilma Deltzg Marie FhitegCorrine LutzgErmal Snndsg and Helen Ferrier. asses:sweatssas4+sn+ssa4+4+ws4ei4 TEE CIRCUS IE QQEING TO TQWN coming to town. a big parade. coming to town, no pink lemonade. coming to town lot of sights to see coming to town The circus is There will be The circus is But there was The circus is here will be n The circus is Ethel Richardson was wearing her,nBABY?BABY? yip,pCO, yip-Cciyif-eC, BABY? sign. Mr.Brown camo in the kitchen and saw the sign. His first words vere. Well where are the diapers. Mrs Lahee replied Kr'Nf"'XX, ggi wg s g g .- n -A J V s slim . T., Q! thet they vere out on +h e hu' H .Y PX 3 1 1 v ug, f . .T rv-:I-1,31-Q ...-HJ,-, ,ul-y-.1 1 1 ' i"K'x"A'i4'fv"K'l1s""n'h A'Jn"A"'A'k'f'R".r5.c'.. I .1 faiwtm ark-.. A A'.GJA"i' Helen Ferrier nnd Delmn Justice do not get along so well. One evening et Supl r lx ,xf'!H fVQ5E'1' Delma trying to be cute seid. Delma: Helen, thcre's nothing in thut head of yours for a tape worm to look f but one thing. Helenfnngrilyl Uhnt's that? Delma: Space. easasaaseaeeeeeeeseseeeeassssseresees Cottsge Club open our club meeting nt fuve minutes seven. Our club is the Educrtionnl Our President is Nildred Iarmnn and Lutz is vice-president. Dorothy La- Mons is Secretory. We made the following rules uhich are as follows: l. Do ill home vork which is com- manded promptly. 2. Help other members of tm:dubifymn'mmrmEzisdhdjwd.5. Be promptly on time at meetings. Ieu have to have Q written excuse from the President if you are absent from a meeting. 4.Never disobey people higher in euthoriqf than yourself. 5.Never disobey group rules. 6. If in trouble write a note to the President for good advise. 7. Do not use yulgnr talk. 8,Keep body habits Personal.9. Be kind to elderly people.l0. Eat properly with good manners. All members are expected to abide We until Club. Hazel Ithol iiehnrdson,7A. se4w4s+++++se+aaseneeaeeesskwwsua OOTP vnu 1 I . -- 1 WT 'Jw F Htfmee? -f X xy --HI- . .Ii l,i.,ff gif ,X-S 1 ,,s-sff..f1 I", l'. ,if - lx'! K is M- fa fx Qs " L-v 1 I TX 4.1 5-au 4 -U! ' :C Qqtfc LJ' gtlgfftify X157-' 5,5 -A A L, "' fs' fs-,.-,-X if , f. c."W'Z' 'xflfw 47151 V7 v 'SJ A , if fye T- .f L M... '. lx - n new s 414' Cottage Cnller:Yho is the responsible man here? E ugene: If you mean the one who gets al all the blame, I'm the man. 4wsaeeuxamsaaseaaeararuassafaass Mr:Belinger: John, con you make n sent- ence with the words defeat,defense,nnd detail. John: Sure. De feet went over de fence before de tail did. -X832-E-3.-Bi-,Q-" i' .3-'xii-f,6'Z?Zl4FA-?fJ.i'-'.1-X-?i-Z-3'.-h-5Hi-X-AIi-.'?'X-Z29'f'?'r Dick: Why is an hour glass so samll at the middle? David: I don't know, unless it is to shot the waste of time.

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M! HOBBY 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. -H-as-sa-.-x-x-r-ra-' x-u-z-x-:sez-r.-x.x w,s4ee , ,t , . 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 . 'I-'A-i?.4-K-X-IHS-as-' " I2-X-'X-'kdi-'.2-Y.-'Ye-31-'X-in-if-" ' ' -BHK' if Horsey 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- cards,photographs,outographs,and handker- chiefs. They are all very interesting. Mildred Yarman.8A. -. H2'.i-'lri-24:52 44.5-'A-X-V4-'li' gy- HOBBY 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 much fun. 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. Hazel Lutz,8A. 4444ee4+++e+e44eeeeeeseewsesweeesa QQQQECTTNG 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. Merlin Doud,8A. S'c-!-1H'a-'HI-XJk41-5i-Y1-KJn-!i'-E-X4i-'A-'.9X-?'H.?-76H 2-T2 -'.2-'k'k-12-61-X'-X HGBBIES Lloyd Justice--------hiking Lawrence Stippich ------ -fishing Naomi White ----- ------dancing George Boone------- Elmer Zinn--- ---basket bell -----------airplanes Bob BGam-----------postcnrds Betty Wolters Floyd Ferrier Mildred Petty --------skating ------basket belll ---dancing Tom Bice-----------sports Norman Doud-- Lee Stillwell Billy Coleman --------badges - ---- ---stamps -------football Marcitn Stippich--O----dancing Albert Hall---------writing Mary Walters--------dancing LeRoy Snellenberger-----airplanes Dick Seabold--------airplanes James Fagan----------h nting Allen Muuary---------drawing Diana Ferrier--------actress John Rhonemus--------sports eeesees+sseeeeeeememeseeseeaeese 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? -Yr-Z2-'.F.1-X-'.P'.c-L-X?-"' .di-Ye-BHS-is-3s-Fi-' ' -X-rHi-R-'X' ' -Yr-' "rn-V 7'x-5.14-H-!r"" fc 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? Neel: Zero. ?HHv'.dJHPA+'K'HHk54dFHFHH d+ Bob: Why do you cell this enthusiastic stew? Herb: Beacnuse the cook put everything She had into it. -R-52-R-W ' AJ.:-li-" fi-X-',+-ii-lr-' '22-".f-li-as-BW ' "Y.4'xJrF'k'W ' -X44-7-!Hi-6'r Joe: There was a worm in the apple I just ate. Helen: Take e drink and wash it down. JOB: Aw! Let the old thing Walk! 'd+' 29.1-I3-Y:-I-XJ' .1-F4-K'-ld?-rr" ' 'A-li-li-li-bi-li-X-!i'l'



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