Burbank Junior High School - Wizard Yearbook (Berkeley, CA)

 - Class of 1931

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THE LTEE OF A BOOK Once I was a cotton dress. I belonged to a little girl. The first time she wore me, she ripped me in climbing over the fence. Her mother couldn't mend me, so she sold meto the rag man with some other old clothes I was kept in a dark place for a long time. When I next saw daylight I was in a mill, I learned from the men who were working, that I was in a paper-mill, I was put into a machine to be bleached by a solution. Then I was removed, pressed and rolled flat. When I came out I was white, and was called paper. They wrapped me and ninty-nine of my brothers and sisters in a packs age. I remember nothing for a long time. All at once I saw daylight, but only for about five minutes. I was next run through a noisy machine. When I came out I was covered told me that these marks taken to another room to given the name of HPoemsW, with queer black marks. An old piece of paper meant somethingg that they were printing. I was be bound, CI learned laterj, into a book and was I was packed in a case. Later, I was put in a store window. One day a lady bought me, and gave me to a boy who read all of the queer black marks on my face. He put me in a big case where I stayed un- til one momentous day when the door was left open, and I fell out. I had been lying on my face for three hours when something pierced my sides. It was NBarneyU, the household's pet dog. I was thrown and dragged around the house for an hour. At last I was tossed under the chair. I have been here for two days, and I am half-dead. I hear a queer noise! Yes, it is the dog sniffing for something. It is I for whom he is sniffing! He spies me. Here he comes for some more rough stuff-+What he calls doggish play! Goodbye! Evelyn Ryder H9yU HOW THE MERMAIDS GAME TO BE One day Neptune was in a very bad mood. Nothing could please him. Finally he burst der commenced to tune flew into a It happened day when a large Neptune's kind-hearted wife changed the girls to When they see you they run and hide because of them and they are afraid he will change other I - W4 .J out in a fit of anger. The lightening flashed, and thun- roar. His wife became frightened because every time Nep- rage, he sent a wave down on the mortals. that some very attractive young wave appeared. It carried them maidens were bathing that far out into the sea. mermaids. Neptune is very jealous girls into mermaids too! 'Lucy Macagno L9z'

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THE DIME THAT TURNED TO A PENNY After missing the street car I kept my dime in my hand for the next c car. When it came I was asked by the conductor to wait and get my change after he collected the transfers. A Later, when handing my dime I noticed a look of puzzlement on the con- ductor's face. I looked down at my hand and discovered that I was holding a black penny! After thinking it over, I remembered that in my hurry to catch the first street car I reached into my purse thinking that I had only a dime, Next time I will look instead of feeling! Adeline Speed L9yN SCHOOL BOY'S LAMENT nJiminy! wisht there wasn't school, Cause yuh canlt do things as a rule.n Wall yuh do is work all day, And if yuh don't, after school yuh'll stay! WReadin', an' writin' an' 'rithmetic, And at 'em you had better stickln UHistory, science, and English too, Make foundations for homework to dol' UTry chewin' gum, an' see what yuh get,U A bad mark in behavin' for you, I'll betfu HDon't try anythin' that's out with the teacher Or notes to your mother 'll be a reg'lar feature. Laila Nylander H7y' A HASTY RETREAT It was night. The forest was alive with little creatures who were looking for food and drink. A sly fox was following a small animal that looked tasty to him, de- spite a very peculiar odor about the animal. 'The fox was young, and did not know about odors, so he followed the small animal to its lair in a hollow log by the stream. Being nnable to follow the animal, he poked in his nose. Suddenly there came a snarl from within, then a yelp of pain and rage. It sounded as if a fight were taking place. All at once, a ball of red came out of the log and ran down the hillside as fast as it could. It was the fox. The animal that he had followed was a skunk! Robert Eaton H7yH li. d nr, ,l l 7 an

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