Prattsburgh Central High School - Franklinite Yearbook (Prattsburgh, NY)

 - Class of 1921

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FRANKLIN ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL I3 viae, quae sunt pulchrissimae. Snnt arbores in uterque lato. fere acernae, Scio me gaudaturum esse meum iter sed valo te cum me esse. Scribo saepe et narrabo tibi omnia. quae faciam. Scribe saepe, scis me aestimaturnm esse id. Vale mi amice porsenus deversorium-hotel acernae-maple -Ralph jones, '22, "Takibus testibns in Caesorum, Dontibns knowibus Can't passorum Getibus pooribus onibus card. Makibus youibus swearibus hard." IDONEA EXCLAMATIO Ea: "Bonitateml Templum incenclitf' ls: "Sacrum fumum I" lst Boy ttranslating Caesarj-"After advancing three miles, Caesar crossed the river by means of a ford-" 2nd Boy-"The Ford must be a terribly old car!" Teacher in Latin Class-"NVhat are the principal parts of possum?" Freshman-"Head, legs and tail." Bright Boy fstruggling over a Latin sentencej--"Rex fugit-The King flees." Teacher-"Put the verb in the perfect tense, using has." Bright Boy--"The King has fleas." Ii PI STUI .A AD TULLIA M Portia salutem Tulliae dicit: Existimo te fore laetam audire de mea salutate in Prattsbnrgo, Reperio consuetudines peregrimissima hic, praesertim ratio praedendi. Viri steternnt domo mane in locum euntis ad Forum. Prima luce i somno excitamur sonoru tintinnabulorum hominia qui lac vcnditat et strepitu populorum qui veniunt laborare. Tibi domi videndiest. Cenacula sunt completa cum supellectile cni non possum reperive nllum usum. Veni ad schola hesterno die. Et pueri et puella adsunt in eodem scholo. Studuerunt nostrum latinam linguam, Gallicam, linguam, Algebram, historia et Britanicam. Est confusio ubique et blaterverunt quae non intellego.

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12 FRANKLIN ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL to build it all over again. This inspired me to write a poem, "To a Mouse," which is one of the best I have written yet. I saw Jean this afternoon. She is as beautiful as ever. We went for a little row on the lake. April 15-Gilbert and I are getting very well settled on the farm now. I haven't done so much work in years. April 16-I met two jolly tramps this morning on my rambles. Had quite a talk with them. Then I went to the lake and wrote "The Jolly Beggars." It is my best yet. April 17-Helped Gilbert all the morning. Went to another lecture at Oakley's this afternoon. The subject was "Sincerity." It set me to thinking deeply. April 18-Werlt to the mountain this morning. It was quite a climb to the top. Found a nest of eagles under a huge Hat rock. I missed my lunch and did not get back home until well towards night. -Charles Higby, '22 Latin Department EPISTULA AD MARCUM Porsenus salutem Marco dicit-: Non audivi ex te, cum venirem ad Prattsburgum et sum solitarissimus sine te. Pradent dissimillimo modo e nobis. Prima die venibam ad deversorium et reclinabam. Famula rogabat me si essem aeger. Respondi me esse non aegrum sed famelicum. Fui hic septem dies et res videntur tam perigrissimae ex nostra Cara Roma. Sed nolite existimare me reversurum esse aute hiemem. Video populum vestitus aliter e habitu Romanorum uti. Homines gerunt longas bracas, extendentes e cingulis ad calceos. tunicam atque altissimum torquem. Eorum calecei sunt gravissimi. Animo concipite me in tantis vesti- bus! Prandent dissimillimo modo e nobis. Prima die venibam ad deversorium et reclinabam. Famula rogabat me si essem aeger. Respondi me esse non aegrum sed famelicum. Ea invitabat me ire ad mensam. Rogabam eam qua de causa. Decit, "edire.," g "Edire" respondi, "reclino dum edo." Audieudum est non magnum-cricter septeingenti populi. Sunt crebrae Oppidum est non magnum-circiter septingenti populi. Sunt crebrae



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14 FRANKLIN ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL Rogauerunt ut in Latino dixissem. Dixi versum quod memorizie manda- veram in scliola. Arridebant cum perfeceram antem cur non seio. Cum cliscerem Britanicam linguam, scribam tilmi epistulam in Britanico et poteris videre quid spectet si posses non id ligire. Vale, mei amici. Tintiunabulorum-of bells POYfi21 Cenaeula-rooms Supellectile-furniture Blaterverunt-they say much Arriclebant-they were laughing -Ida Murphy, '22 French Department "If ARBE SE CONNAIT AU FRUIT" NOTRE CLASSE FRANCAIS Les eleves dans la premier classe Francais aiment etudier leur lecon. Ils ont leur lecon tous les jours. Tout le monde clonne la bonne attention quand quelqu'un traduit. Ils regardent cle la fenetre et ils ecoutent Zl ln vache cle Charlie Brown, "moo." La vache a une voix qui est tres grande. Elle est tres interessante. Les tilles sur la bane clernier parlent tous les temps. lflles ne savent jamais ou est la place. Elles les amusent souvent les garcons et si les garcons les parlent la maitresse gronde les pauvre garcons. La vie est tres clifficile pour les garcons. Quelque temps la maitresse les envoye de la classe. Les garcons ont tonjours leur lecon et c'est ne tres souvent que les lilies ont leurs lecons mais la maitresse ne les groncle jamais. Une bonne chose nous uvons une lionne maitresse. lille est tres petite et elle n cles cheveux juunes. lille sais un beaueoup cle la lzmque Francais mais c'est un necessite parce que elle Z1 une classe brillant. Hobart LaGrange. La seen se passe dans un bal. Adosse a la clieminee, un clzinseur etoulfe un baillement. "Vous vous ennuyez, monsieur ?" demande un voisin.-Oui, monsieur, et vous ?-Moi cle meme." "Alors, si nous nous en allions P-.Ie ne puis pas, moi, je suis le maitre de la maisonf' DECORATION ,JOUR Decoration .jour est un jour, le trente mai, celebre en chaque par les etats diverses nords pour orner les fosses dans les cimetieres et de com- memorer les soldzits qui pendant la guerre Civil pperdirent leurs vies pour la cause cle la Union. C'est un jour de conge legal dans tous les etats et

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