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

 - Class of 1941

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,.- Q.. n.., -. " " ., Wf1.1gq'i'2', I 'fm THE BASKETBALL TEAM '- i.' 'Q ' 41+' 'mf ff-Y H jf f' . DEB EU! We Ed? fine '1Ef,1'2EL'5s11 X,A. x .' 'WQQ5WzZZQf0,,,,g Our gym PGN-Od evff their this year. We played f 5 Y'i' ifk-1 XX"' ft 'A" FN-day P9I'mit5 the i every school in Fort 5 9' ,,,ff,,yb tO Play basket bell vfqyne twice but Adams. ii:ffl.Q "'. ,,,f-' X MQ? the girls to go on T Our first game was f"2.?I 'X stfge and do SW-fits 's with Harrison Hill. we! f H ' dance. We have lots T- lost to them. We won. tiigf -' ' -'f fun in OUT Sym C1395 In--'M' , over Jefferson School Q. , 4 4-2 ' "rs Naomi me tr by a Score of 54 to Zgfftjwxx 5 gg ueeaaeeeeeeeeeeeeeee We beat James smart 'yfl+si"0x x our GW PERIOD 21 to 19. We lost 'i-,Q ---f In our eym P91505 Wf. Harmar in the T0ur-5iiQAv ,,5 """ have much fun. We play all nament by a Score Oiewx lf1,f:5XxXx""1 kinds of games, When it fair 25 to le. Everyone liked N"---...awe so into 12155 sf2113ii11jgvhf'11f' the way we played and we ,If-31" 0 .j fly P 'HY VQ GY 9' ' ff 913 tried to show good sportsmrnship X' 15,15 brlghtlsun' whether ve won or lost. , ' '-1,,, 5 lfmbf F'-Y W9 P 33' George Boone, 5A. A 1 xQ'ifL5 ix ji,-,,,.m ball Outside' we ha' H-'.-zss:-H-'.-x-:e:-x-:se4-a:-xe4e'.w4+:e.'sr.-re l ' , I ws' "1' "WL , H baseball 12621111.2- 5 VPQRTS WAFTE R SCHOO-Llgffdn , uv Q basket bell team, After school some of Q, x is 3 trplik team' the boys play free forfgiff --N.f' X FOOD HS gym all. They try to get gifg .ff--llifixxx C!f! Ahg- l twice a week on Tu: the bail. The one , LRV s-- - , days md Fridays- who gets it tries n Z C, O2 3 I tlginkhesofts to get tackled. If Fikifhfw. xg? 1 - uw gi- WOT W 1 G 35 UPU to be tackled he throws X .X 5 5PQI"f'5m9-nshlp ln ever? the ball out. Then we try ' gf 13311115 We do' ' to get the ball. h Llggdjlftlce-ig' I I 2:1 I: 5 5.45 'Yc'51"5'VA9?"fC'3t'5'v'X'3 X-'fr' fl" KJQQXJAQ K John Rhonemus,5A iiMiM4ifi44iiiiikkiikiihiiiiiiiiii 5 GOOD CITIZEN A good citizen is careful of books. H good citizen enjoys the privileges of t,e public library in his community. He takes good care of books which he borrows and reads. He never turns down corners of pages or draws Pictures in books. He never tears pages out of books. He will never play on other people property. A good citizen never tenses animals. A good citizen never plays other peoples bicykles or takes other peo- ples automobiles. We should never touch any thing that doesn't belong to them. If child ren do things they should not do the should expect to be punished! Tom Bice Lloyd Justice Heexff'.es-z+aeHz-xe,exe'.-vfx-rssaew:+4y.+yfkaeA-xe.e-.afu FLOWERS Q22 SHOWERS I see the leaves Then all at once Down come the showers And up come the flowers. ' ' Norman Doud , 611 . ii-i"kl'K-li-K-'k-'kii-Ye-Ye-Y:-it-Sikh i'a-V4-53 iP.i-lixii-12-I 5?:"A-li-'BHHQ' 144-li-' . JILL I BASEBALL Baseball is now being played by most people. Every Sunday the Junior boys play the Senior boys. They beet us the first game by a score of I4 to 9. and we won ove them in the second game 7 to l. All the other games we played with them,they beat us. We play for the pleasure and fun of th game. We had a new ball the last game we played and were beaten. George Boone,5A. 4s4esss4essesesssessssessseesess HOW SPORTS HELP TO MAKE US HEALTH! I think sports are the best thing there 'is for pleasure. You can play baseball or football or most anything for sport.Sports have a lot to do with keeping you healthy. They keep you out doors in the fresh air. The play m kes you tired so you want plent of sleep at night. The main thing about sports is the pleasure and enjoyment. Marvin Leugring. seeswasssssssssssssssssessssssesses TRAINING TO BE AN ATHLETE Athletic organizations commonly hire a trainer or coach, es well as a physical director to help the athletes.get into con dition and to give them special training for the games in which the team is going to play. John Rhonemus.

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HOW NE MADE OUR COVERED WAGON For our covered wagon we got a cigar hox,medium size, and tore off t e lid. Then ve cut three pieces of strong wire fourteen inches long. A tiny loop was nude on each end and the wires fastened on by tucks th- rough the loops and the wires bent across the top. The three wires make the fr ue.?c make the curved wires stay in piece arotQ-: wire is tied a cross them with a short stein When that is done cut a piece of white cloth fourteen inches wide and about five inches longer than the box. Turn one side of the cloth under and hem it. Stretch the cloth over the wires and tack it along the other side of the bo . Pull the loose ends of the string in the hems to make the ends of the wagon tops look round with a round hole in it. Pull the strings together and fasten down with a thumb tack. The boys down in the shop turned the wheels round and gave them to us. We painted them brown and fastened them to the cigar boxes with small nails. Dick Siebold +4was4as4assssswsssssssssssssesuss HOW THE PIONEERS LIVED In the pioneer days they didinot live as we do today. They did not have brick houses shoes,stockings,stores,and many other things. They lived in log houses. Our pioneer book is very interesting. It shows how to make cradles covered wagons, and a log cabin. Albert Hall,5B 4441444444ssssssssaaessessassassas HOW THE PTONEERS DRESSED When the pioneers lived long ago,t1oy did not dess like we do today. They had lznj homespun dresses to wear. Would you like to have me tell you how we made our pioneer people. We made five people,the nother,father,girl,the boy,and baby sister Sue. We made them out of card- board. We colored the fathers suit brown and the mother's dress gray. Harry's suit was black and Hope's dress blue. Sister Sue's dress was white. We had a nice time making the children. Diana Ferrier. 5B. 'Yv'r'4-I-I-"rk'n4'n4'x'4J:':':'4-'4-'4'x'.r9A-ynJ.?'X-'i-'4'.b?4-'.cJ.?JA'X-ik QQR CIRCUS QQ! Tuesday the thirteenth of May we went to the circus. First we got dressed up. Then we went down and stood in line.wa.iting for the bus. Mr.Brown told us when to go out to the bus. We got on the bus and were on our way. When we arrived at the circus we stood outside awhile. A man annou ced about a lady who could swallow a sword. We started into the big tent. On our way we saw some animals We saw tigers,lions,nnd elephants. There were wild horses. We went in and took our seats We had to wait a long time. While we were waiting a men annou ced there wer' twenty five cameras to be given away,a. silk hose and other things. When he sn: this everyone started buying candy. A announced that a woman would sing. Aftc the song the parade started. There were ladies on elephants,horses,and a lot of pretty the parade. Next name tie dancers. Then there were some traper g'yerformers. The clowns were up there vi then. One of the clowns was hanging head doin and the other one took the broom an dusted off his pants.A nan walked up the wire and slid back down again. Then came so e more trapeze performers. The man we dressed in yellow. There were a number o men and women performers.on the trapeze. A girl had to swing blindfolded. There were some statues and they werepretty. A man said to stay for the wild vest show for 154. The cowboys were out there dressed in their suits. Naomi White. 4sssssssssisssssssssxssssassess lst clown: Hey, I can't see. 2d clown : Why can't you see? lst clown: Because I have my eyes shut. 444441 THE FUNNIEST THING AT THE CIRCUS A clown came up to kiss Nrs.Koons at the circus. He had a funny hat on and was dessed in funny clothes.. He had paint all over his face. Ha,Ha,Hn,Ha, Floyd Ferrier,6A. asasass+sassssssssssssssssxasss CIRCUS DAYS Circus day is so much fun. I love a circus, So does everyone. There were some seals That tried to catch n That was so much fu , But that wnsn't all. There was a trapeze woman, She wns,Oh,so sweet She was so much fun to watch, She would hang up by her feet. And then there was a bull tamer Dressed up super fine. And then there came some elephants That marched in a line. Last but best came the parade, They all walked around To finish up the fu On the circus ground. Lloyd Justice,5A. ssasssnwsssxwssnussssfxafsxasisa ball

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'ff.:, 4 5155" iiiig 1.5: "N--wk 1E5i?""" J' T' rl'-" P fi F5 N-, . seg i' f L E223 few N ee' fee 5 f e ff, B - , A be-5? LN" " ' see 4 .iv 'l?i l SSI, I 72:51 l l T7 e f 'iff-35 E 'id f is P - 95 Xl e E GNQX QYYNG5 NG- fq so ig N T eewfiba ATE GRADE 5 Tee f +3 X! 5 -1 ill! 1111 fr The building of a model airplane is an easy job. I an writing on how to build one and also showing the plans for one re built. Forst youeither buy or make your gl Qs. Dc one side of the body and the the cthzr. The balsa wood is out in strips to size es called for in the plans. The strips are laid CRAFT Every Wednesday morning we have s craft period. We make airplanes,scrap books,nnd pins. We have seventeen air- planes hanging up in our room. We drew tggwglans for thirteen of them.and made te them ourselves The other planes were down on the plan and cemented together.In , ' ' this wey the frame is made. Cement both sidesbullt from pland We boughy together end you are ready for the rudder. Kia! xkiwwkiiiiggiiiilijiee'Ukiik Cut hese pieces accordin to the p an and , cement them together as fir the frame and HOW WE MAKE ALPHeBET PINS make the stabelizer. Pin and cemetn them one day our teacher ?rOught ug some al' together. The wings are now made and ccmenteghabet Soup letters' Flfst We plcked out Q into place' all the letters we .needed to make the . . . H N the l d th el, . b , J lad t I d 7 h th ndmcs of all our friends. e en g ue lqc JO lp nov rp y O Covpro ylt ethem on pieces of wood cut to the size and shape desired. A slot was cut in the back peper. Tha wheels and nose blocks are put on. The plane is now rehdy to fly. Clinto Clark GB side and a sefety pin glued in. The pins , were HOW painted with show card and laced. George Boone. SA. A I PLANES In our room we are making airplanes. Two boys have finished the ones they were making. They pknced them near the ceiling in the room. One of them hns two wings and the other only one. There are more boys 44w+wwweeeeaeeeeeeaamaewxeasuxsane QQH EE MADE BADGES One day Merlin Doud was given some nl- phabet soup letters. He made u pin with his name on it. I asked to make one and the idea became popular. Then we asked if we might cut them out in the shop. Now we are doing many of them. Richard Hnrris,4A i-K6?-X-K-5i?H4r3?K-Eii-I-E'-X4HHP?X'2-K4ci-X-2i-k41-l-K-Hl-'l working on plfnes. We hope to finish a nu - ber of them this spring. Floyd Ferrier. 'k-5'f-Vr'k"a"'4-'2-'P-'44k-A -idk ii '.2i4J2-ik!-6'c'i-ki-'4-5'c-22-'k-!i"r!

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