Sherman School - Annual Yearbook (San Diego, CA)

 - Class of 1922

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I6 SHERMAN ANNUAL, JUNE, l922 in an angry voice what had happened, and hc apologized profusely, promising to always awaken after that. "'l'he Queen said, 'Very well, Mr. t'ockletoo, l'll give you one 1no1'e chanceg and then il' you fail, l will throw a spell over you, so that t'orever and ever, you. and your descendants will have to wake up and crow at Your o'clock in the morning, no matter how tired you may bc.' "The Queen went away. For a long timc after, the rooster was t'aithl'ul, until one morning he tailed to awaken, causing many ol' the fairies to go blind. "VVhen at last he did awaken, the Queen was beside him. She had come to fulfill her threat. Ever after, the poor roosterhwas compelled to wake up at four, and crow, So it is when you liear the roosters crow in the early morniug,x you will know they are warning the fairies ot' the approaching day." "That was a very nice story, Grandfather," said little Dannie, yawning, "but l'm sorry that the rooster didn 't have an alarm- cloek. Perhaps he would have waked up then." I "Wt'll, l guess you'll need an alarm clock it' you don 't go to bed pretty soon," laughed Grandfather. CThe Endj Rihohy lllerchant, SAL 3:2292 , . The Stars Baseball Game One night the stars gathered together behind a dark cloud. They were wondering what new game to play. - Suddenly a star piped up and said, 'tLet's play baseball as the children ofthe earth play. " 'Phe very thing," cried all the others, 'tbut who will we have for umpire ?'l "Why, the moon of course," said a little star. "Will you," pointing to the moon, "be umpire?" asked the stars in a chorus. "Wl1y', yes," answered the moon. "You,'l pointing to a few large stars, "be first, seeond and third basemen, and you be pitcher and you be catcher." 'tliut what are we going to have for the bat and ball?" asked a star. "VVhy, the bowl ot the dipper for the ball and the handle tor the bat, of course," chirped up a little star. K 'tAll right, play ball,". yelled the excited moon. The game Went on all night and the stars liked it so much they have played it every night for years. H , Every time a home run is knocked, the mortals on earth see a shooting star, and exclaim, HOh! see the falling star. I 'wondei why it fell." - -Thyrza Dodge, 7B.

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-,Q-. xy'-1'--4-M . f Y . 1- I, . 143-ii ll5ldl' " ' SHERMAN ANNUAL. JUNE, I-922 I5 They are Miss W6lkC1',S 7A's, Miss Minor 's 4B 's, and Miss Uollicr's 3A,s. p The total amount deposited through the Sherman bank in the down town banks, amounts to 352050.00 The total number of de- positors at the present time is five hundred and fifty. Start a bank account. When you grow older, you will be glad that you saved your money, when you were young. Helen Mc Guire, 8A2 Luella Tomrell, 8A1 V99 ,bl V53 Why the Cock Crows at F our O'clock in the Morning "Grandfather," asked Dannie, as he sat on his grandfather's knee, before the great fireplace, "why does the rooster crow at four o'clock in the morning?" "Well," began Grandfather, "long ago there lived a certain tribe of fairies about six inches high. Every night they would go to the forest and dance in the moonlight. However, they had to be very careful. for if they danced too long. until the day dawned, they would become blind. But one particularly beautiful moonlight night, as a small band were dancing, they forgot to be careful, and the morning light stole in through the trees, half blinding many of them before they could hide beneath the leaves. "Now, they were in a very sad plight, for even a fairy 's power could not restore their sight, so they decided to go and see if their Queen could not find a safeguard against the danger of dancing too long. For the next night, they planned a great meeting of all the fairies, to talk over the matter. 'fThe next night, the Queen held court under a large oak in the forest. Several of the fairies had thought of plans, but none were quite suitable. "At last, the Queen herself said that she had an idea. She would go and ask Mr. Cockletoo fthe rooster at Mr. Brown's farm yardl to crow at four o'clock in the morning, just before daybreak, so that the fairies could go safely to their homes. HAH agreed that this was a very good plan. The Queen at once flew off to ask the rooster. "The rooster, when asked, agreed to crow at the proper time. 'tThe next two nights, the rooster crowed as he had been asked. The third night, however, he was so sleepy that he failed to awaken, and, of course, the fairies did not know how late it was getting. Suddenly, to their horror, the low-hanging moon disappeared be- hind the distant hills, and they saw daylight. They quickly covered their faces, but they were too late. Those who had been half blind before, now became totally blind, and the others half blind. "They went and told their Queen at once. She was very angry, and flew to see the rooster. "Mr. Cockletoo looked very sheepish when the Queen told him



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' 44' " SHERMAN ANNUAL, JUNE, I922 - Can You lmagine? Fred without freckles? Maybelle 4 ft., 2 in. in height? Peter standing up straight? Jane Welch getting E in writing? Thelma Carlson with glasses? Thelma Ruddick not teasing? Ruth weighing 83 pounds? Fay Edman without a job? Dorothy without gum in her mouth? Virginia Minasian not giggling? Helen McGuire quiet and sedate? Charles getting anywhere on time? Ethel with red hair? Marian without Martha or Georgia? Katherine with liobhed hair? Marguerita Baldwin neglecting her Lucie speaking out loud? Bernice in long clothes? Virginia Marquez a cooking Lila getting anything wrong? Marguerite Donahue a prima donna? work 'I teacher? Gabriel at 50? Russell not being bashful? Elizabeth anything but modest? Orel taking part in a play? Naomi being rude? Vereil overlooking a button 011 Robert a blonde? Humberto behaving? William with whiskers? Merle without a smile? Abe a street ear conductor? lvan in short trousers? Eugene not using slang? Glenn laughing? Mr. Boucher short and slim? Miss Shaw idle? Mr. Oakes being funny? Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Bradley teaching Spanish? Hurlock not being particular? Rose singing? Leisenring using slang? our cooking unitoimi Lane raving about light pencil marks? Miss Walkup not asking for arithmetic papers? Miss Welker making Tomato soup? By Jane Welch and Thelma Ruddick SA2

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