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

 - Class of 1941

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QQ M-X ARITH TIC Boy: Dnd,will you do'm arithmetic? D ed: That wouldn't be right. T Boy: Well, you could at least try. In Lloyd Justice,5A. - ' l-i'lmLl-X-ki-kki-k26i-X6i-K-X'Jkl4?X4?X-vY-3c3PA4i4k-K4d9kl-' ' U A HANDKERCHIEF 'Ht' Dorothy Mae gave Mr.Brown a hmadkerchief y for his birthday. , Miss Ruby: Dorothy Mae, whatwdid Mr.Brcwn. say when you gave him the handkerchief? D orothy Mae: He said,'Thenk you very much.U QQT Q2 TEE BOOK '. Doris: Mildred, do you know how to get L this problem. ' Mildred: Sure,multiply. Doris: No, get it out of the book., Mildred Petty,6A. U . V Mini, ZERO Joe:Rhtn did you get in arithmetic? .Jim: I got the lowest grade in our room. Joe: What weslthet? Jim: Zero. , Helen Muuray34A. Miss Rubyzwhy did you give him e h adkerchief ,,,,,,nhng Doroth Mae: Wh , to blow his nose-ah,. of course.. T Diane Ferrier,5BI' --.L A MUSI C L it ' N Uncleswell Thomas,if youlcen ask me ee7 question I can't answer,I will give you e quarter. f Tom: You,are on? Whyre does music go after it is played? Nelda Ramsey, 4A. . 1 FORGOT TQ WISH Mate: What's the matter? Q Chicken: I broke m wish bone and forgot, to wish., Norman Doud, SA. ' 'l'x5'r4X'f'!'i'i':'ii'x-i'32i'i'fX'6'i? ' ' V lFA'.-X"X3'2'E"V4'l' Y Fmsn T ' A woman hired e man to spade her garden. The man was leaning on his spade. After a while e U.P.A. officer came along and gave him e check. ' John Rhonemus.5A iik?rPxFrkkkPHrP? 34+'d+kHv SHOWOFFS Boys who show off in front of their gels May be tricked by some of their pals. Bob Beam.6B 4444441 ' ' WILL HAVE TQ G0 BACK f Two men were Jumping from an airplane an one man had forgotten his parachute. He sind to the other man,'I will just have to get out and go be ck after it.' F loyd Ferrier,6A. +44aeesaf+4f+s4+eeesseafsaaaewwwwws LOST ROLLER SKATES. 1 Tom:Are you still looking for-your loatt roller skates? 4 D ick: No, my brother found them. Ton: Then what are you looking for? D ick: My brother. Dick Siebold,4A. 'ki-Yr!5-'k-'.c-'.:-1HE-'.c-klu-'4-'4'rLQ-'4-'.f'L4-?-i-.2-".e-.E-Va-Fe-"ff-i'n-'.f-E-'A-+I-3 BETTE R Q22 Nelda? Betty, girls like you should not . have bows. Bettyzftalking to Dick Sieboldl Boys like you should not have tongues. Nelda Ramsey, 4A GETTING Q2 V , Tom: Mother,do you know what is the hnrdG est thing before breakfast? " Mother: No, what is it?'ii '- ' Toms Getting out of bed. . Albert Hal1,5B.r- , GOES AROUND , Briggstwho goes around all day in e car and has his pockects full of money. ' Higgs: A millionaire I suppose: - Briggs: No, n street car conductor. Bob Beem,6B v V Nsseseses , GEORGE BOONE- If a monkey had a pet donkey and the don- key wented to go across the river and there wnsn't any bridge,how would he get ecross2 Answer: The donkey would hold on the mon- key's tail end the monkey would hold on to a branch and swing the donkey across the river. George Boone,5A. M sas44saxes44nsesaxeeeseussessssasus RUNNING g ,. Corrine:.Who was tlking? ',, Darline: No I'n not talking. M l0Hth 13 just running. Helen lurray.4A. .senses QQQQQING STILL I ss Rubey: Naomi, go u stnirs and see if the clock is running. , Naomizl goes up strirs and comes back again, Yea, miss Rubey, it ig running but it is standing still. Helen Murray,4A. .,+g,4eef- ,gf +4s+ewwHeaHwms5as L STAND QN THEMQTQQ. John: Oh, I'm sorry for standing on ydur feet. . Jim: That's all right, I often stand on f.' them too. . Dick Siebold,4A. +44i+ss4+44444e444f ' keine!! I'M A BUSINESS-QQN Travelerff-to-railway ticket Clerk, I Want to buy n ticket. Clerk: Where to? Traveler: Oh, en place. I'm G business men George Boone,5A. IF, i l 31 5 u,X,n,,5.yr.x.yr.g.g.5q,-5-g-g-Y' ,,-k-ji-' ",,-5-39,4-Li-X-if-" ' ,Q-.4-X-it-"



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CNICKEBMUESS F loyd Ferrier------Smokey Lewrence Stippich-----Skippey E lmer Zinn--------Buddy Mildred Petty illie Naomi White--------Noney Tom Bice---------Jeffrie5 Norman Doud--f--'---Normie Betty Warnick-------Betsy John Rhonemus panky Billy Coleman-------Willie Marcitta Stippich------I zabele George Boone--------Jabey --Dale Leroy Snellenberger---- Lloyd Justic Roy Helen Murray iggs Diana Ferrier------4-DinaN Vera King---------Satie Nelda Ramsey--------Minnie Richard Siebold------Dick D onald Clark-------Clarkbar Clinton Clark-------Junior By aomi White,6A Mildred Petty,6A2 iaseeeeasseeseeeeeeeeeseeeeseaeas g TEE ANTS last fall when the wind blew so hard, a nut which it had buried some time bee fore end was taking it to its nest for lunch. E lmer Zinn,6A. e444we4seeeeeseesseeweeseeeeeesee Mr.and Mrs. ROBIN BUILD 5 NEST. One dny when I was working I happenf to look out of the window and saw a big fat robin. Guess what he was doing. He wrs building a nest in our bushes. He tc about twentyfive trips to get straw and mud. He then flew to the reinpdpes and out into the woods for more mud. All thi- 'he put together in his nest. Then he flee to the ball diamond. There he and his ma lunched together on s nice,big, fat,juic worm they found. - After lunch they both brought mud. He missed they nest the first trip and had E' hunt quite a while before he found it. He dumped the mud and patted it down nicelys Away he went after more straw and mud.It was dinner time now and the nest was fini: ished. Mr.and Mrs. Robin now rent to plqy around while the nest dried. They were happy and they sang their songs. They returned again. The nest was dry now and Mrs Robin sat on the nest for a Norman Doud end I went out doors and saw thstlong time. First there was one little blue the ants were digging down deeper into the ground for the winter. When they came out the wind blew so cold and hard that they were carried away. A fter a hile they did egg. The second day there were two,then three end finally four. The mother and father took turns sitting on the nest. I hope some of these days soon there will not come out nt all. We put leaves over theirbe some baby robins. George Boone,5A. home and that helped them all winter. Lawrence Stippick,6A. 44awaeeeeaeeeeeeauweeseeaeeseeeeei NATURE STUDY Nature study is very interesting. We are studying about birds. I think out teacher really teaches us someting about nature. The other day we found a meadow lark's nest in the field and again we found a robin's nest in the bushes. We watched it finish building its neat. It kept going out and coming in with more sticks and mud. After a while it finished it a nd sat in it for a long time. Now there are four bhme eggs. In a tree two birds have built their nest in the very top. One is n robin and the other is a Wren. We see that to them. George -'ki'c-'iki42':L'.-kJrkkE-X-kJH?yxi-'k-PHr5-'i4.-i4kiJii'i-Yv?n -X- 5 GRAY SQUIRREL no harm comes Boone.6A. One morning as I lhoked out of the win- dow I sew a gray squirrel out on the lawn very busy digging. I wondered why it was digging. After n while it sat up and look- ed n round as if to see if anyone was coming. Then it put something in its mouth and started running toward a tree. It went up and disappeared in a hole. I thought it had fcontinued next columnt -X-K'l9k'X-?rX-'k-X-'i'X-1'1K-'.rN4.2-ZS4.i-liJi-7.-X-,'i-3'.-5.-Y.".P' -k'5-l- THQ MEADOW LARK There is e meadow lark that built its nest out in the field. We have fun watch- ing it. The meadow lark is a very interest ing bird. Almost every night after school I go out to watch it. One of the reasons that it builds its nest on the grou d is that it is almost the color of the grou d and the grass and is very hard to see. If a mead- The meadow lark has five eggs. ow lark is sitting on her nest and you walk close to it, it will not fly away from the nest unless you walk right into it. It will stay to protect its eggs. The song of the meadow lark is clear,melod- ious,and its whistle is one of the first to be heard in the spring. When a meadow l lark goes up into the sir it looks like an airplane. It sings while it is flying and seems to be flying to Heaven with its pretty song. Lloyd Justice 5A , o aJ ' ' ' " .s-li-I-X-K-I-7r"k

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