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The Brady School
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expression, and carried large note-books. This was due to the great amount of reference work required to win from him that one word of approval, " Sure! " The buzzer sounded and I hurried to Mr. Hopkins ' class, for fear I might be late, for I knew how he would scold if that should happen. I arrived in time to see all the students in their places before the last buzzer. During class several good arguments were begun, but were soon dropped, because, you will remember, Mr. Hopkins must have his own way. A report was given of a long trip they had taken. From this I inferred that all wear " shoes that fit. " Desiring to see the new books, I started for the library. On my way I met Mrs. Layton, adjusting her eye glasses, as usual. When I reached the library, I heard Miss Dunbar ' s familiar voice saying, " Will you please remember that there are others who wish to study, even if you do not? " Everything was quiet at once. That was too much for me, and I decided to look at the new books later. I was about to visit Mr. Pittenger ' s class, when I remembered how he had threatened so many times to put me out of his room, so I did not dare go in. I inquired the way to Mr. Dinsmore ' s room. I was directed to a large room, where I found Mr. Dinsmore instructing the students in music. I learned that he had become tired of teaching arithmetic and had secured a position as one of the instructors in music. You will not be much surprised at this, when you recall the beautiful songs he sang to us in arithmetic classes. 1 visited the large gymnasium for a few minutes where preparations were being made for the annual May Pole Dance. When Miss Atkinson saw me, she called, as usual, " Come in. " I did so, and enjoyed the girls ' work. It gave promise of a very picturesque May Day. Finally, I visited Walden Hall, but I will tell you about that when I come to see you. Lovingly, Polly. F. B. :.i
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Wanted Rubber heels for the flies at the dormitory — so they won ' t make so much noise on Sunday afternoons Mrs. Gilbert An ideal man Lizette Dietz A cure for giggles Margaret Pottorf Something to worry about Hazel Mapes Information about raising babies Landis To be as tall as Bill White Brown A new " case " Gladys Keenan Someone to help me decide which one it shall be Genevieve Kingzett Some one to hypnotize Leo Welsh Something to eat that won ' t make me fat Lura Williamson 56
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