Lincoln Elementary School - Magnet Yearbook (Madera, CA)

 - Class of 1920

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---- --------------- ------ ------------- ..... ---------,,,.-..,,,.,,.,- THRIFT. Norman Silva, 7-A, Save your pennies! Conserve! I-Iooverize! These are signs that you see everywhere. What does it all mean-? Franklin was the first to teach thrift and make it plain tio the people. His pic-t .1 re is seen on thrift posters. War stamps and thrift stamps. Thrift s the best thing to learn, It is senseless to buy candy, ice cream and gum nearly every day. If you saved your ice cream money for one month you would have quite a sum, I'm sure, lf this money were in the bank it would draw interest which would be compounded semi- annually. It was said th-at the United States was the most extrava- gant- country in the world. Don't let this be said. -Save your money, clothfng and food. L-ook forward! the ant and the grass-hopper has lives luxuriously months but wh-en has he? The ant For instance, take grassnhfopper, The all he needs and during the summer winter comes what has all he wants in the summer and he also looks- forward to winter and stores away food. Whyx not look forward tra old age? Save! Save! Then save some more. ..le...l.. MY NARIROXVEIST ESCAPE FROM DEATH Marcia. Hillman, B8 Last summer we spent our vaca- tion c-amp'ng in the mountains. One d'ay while I was lying in the hammock reading a book, I heard a peculiar rattle. 1Ait firist l paid no a-ttention to it, and con- tinued my reading, but it was soon repeated again, this time closer to me. l llaid down my book, idly won- der'ng what it could be, when the word ratllesnake flashed through my mind. I had never killed a snake in my life, and the thought of it made cold shivers run up and down my spine, bu-t I determined that it would be better to get in action than to sit calmly by and be bitten. So, grabbing a hatchet that lay near by, I r-an around the tent with murderous intentions In my heart, Imagine my surprise upon seeing my little fox terrier with a b:iby's rattle in his mouth, He was jumping up against the tree that our bacon was hanging on, and so caused the noise of my fright. I dropped my hatchet and leaned limp y aganst the tent. THE BEST MONTH OF ,TI-IE YEAR Charley Baker. "There is no price set on the lavish Summer, And June may be 'had by the poor- est comer." School is over: that means that there are no studies to trouble you, no worry over promotion and a big vacation ahead. The Fourth is near or a chance to go to the country, city, beach or mountains. You are always planning where to -go the next day. If it is hot youll go to the "old swimming hole' or fish. If the day is cool you might go hiking, rid- ing, walking and in the evening go to the theater. At any rate there is always anticipation. You can get a job to earn some money to spend any 'way you like. We play ball from five to six. In the evening you sit around the fire, eat apples, crack jokes fand nutsj and toast marshmallows. It is like thirty Thanksgivings rolled into one. lAfnd that is-June,

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-Av-vlv-v-v-.-.-v-weis-.-A-v-vvvv v-ve-.---v-v SAFETY FIRST. Garnet Howes. "Safety First is a slogan that every-one should 'followfi said Mr. Roberts, who visited Lincoln School Wednesday, April 7, There is a na- tion-'wide campaign to prevent ac- cidents from trains, automobiles, and other vehicles. Mr. Roberts, in his talk, gave us several examples of chldiren who had been injured or killed while "flipping" -a train, or climbing over -or under them, Fool- hardiness is not bravery. lAIso he taught us th-e 'Safety First a-b-c's which are "Always Be Careful." Later, a little girl added the next three letters, D. E, F.--Don't Ever Forget. --O...-.....-. LOST? Mildred Gardiner, 8 B. ..One Sunday my chum and I were walking Macdonald avenue and as it was extremely warm, we decided to buy some ice cream, I looked into my purse and found I had just the exact amount of change, so we walked 'nto the ice cream parlor which was crowded. After giving our order, we began talking and laughing, when I, like a girl will do, gave the back of my hair a few little pats. I hap- pened to h'ave my money in th-at hand and, of course, I had to drop it. But the terrible part of it that the place I had selected to was, drop my money was drown the neck of my dress, and I said, "Oh, I've lost my money." Oif course, it attracted every one's -attention. Soon the girl came wlth our order and having overheard my remark asked me Where I lost it. I told her. Amidst the roar of laughter that followed, I charged the ice cream, v-.-v-.-.-.-v-v-.-v-fw-v-:V-v-v-rv-vw-v-v-.-v-.-4 an A CLOSE Sl-DAVE. ,Carmen Vestal, 3-A, If I were to choose from all the sports I can think of nothing I like better than driving an auto. The joy of controlling a big machine and watching the landscape s-peed away feeling the keen breeze on 0ne's cheek is a pleasure -that words can- not express. Once wh le driving in 'Golden Gate Park I became possessed of a great desire 'to speed-a desire which I am sure .possesses most motorists at some time, The road stretched be- fore us like a ribbon with be-aultiiul trees on either side, 'The car was large, long and low- all good qualtics for svpeed. Su-rely this was a tempiation not be resisted, So I "stepped on her" and away we went. My Aunt was struck dumb wfth astonishment at this svdden impulse of mine for I was just learning to drive, It was so amusing to see her Took of fright that I laughed de- lightedly. It was such fun. Up and up the hands on the- dial crept till it was just forty and then-some- thing happened. I had turned out of the park and was now on 1Sloat Boulevard, still at the wheel and going strong, when a large Stutz whirled into view and started to turn the bend 'n the boule- vard. I shot around the corner on the wrong side and I could easily see that a crash was coming, but just as I was trying to remember the first line of the L-ord's Prayer, Amy Aunt wrenched the wheel from my already uns-teady hands, righted the machine with a deft turn of the wheel, and that huge monster whirled by. I have lost my wild desire to speed for th-at was the closest 'fshave' I ever experienced.

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