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SHERMAN ANNUAL JUNE I922
Betty Boyd I'IOW6VG1 they elected Eugene De Castlo to take
The SA s, wlth regret b1d farewell to She1 man School but hope
to make, 1n JUIIIOI II1gh School 1 record of wh1ch She1 man School
may be proud
By Russell Good SAZ
Cla1ke Lucy SA1
The a1rplane landed w 1th a wl111 and Nell1e and I stepped out
It was 111 1932 tell yea1s afte1 we had graduated fl om old Sher1na11
We l1ad Just 1etu111ed TIOIII Qt,11tI'll Afrlea w he1e we had made
our fortune sellmg toothplcks to the natwes
We stood for 1 II11I1lltL lookmg eLI0ll11d MV how dea1 old San
Dlego had changed' New 301k was I10l,ll111g 111 eo1npa11so11 w 1th
San D1ego now l F10111 l411st md Bro 1dw ay to lw enty flfth st12et
tl1CI6 was not a blllldlllg w 1th less than s111ty StOIlQS
We so011 got 1 tam lllfl dIOX6 to the G1 lllt Hotel Upo11 21r11x
mg we found that It was 110 l0l1g61 the G1 lllt Hotel but tl1e Hackney
Hotel for lt was now ow neel by tl1e famous M1 Bdl'EOI1 Hackney
who had made h1S fo1 tune 1a1s1ng w h1te IIHC6 fOI thelr waluable furs
The next mo1n1ng we awoke br1ght a11d eally and set 011t to
see the tow X1 As we w tlkeel down the st1eet we saw a lfuge Slgll
w h1eh 1ead
Vote f01 BIISS El17d.lJ6tl1 M1lle1 wl1o IS Illlllllllg fOI the off1ce
of Judge of tlllb e1ty She IS tl1e fust woman to attempt to f1ll th1s
That afte111oo11 we deeleled to go to tl1e Savoy One of the
the tallest one hemg two feet tall
S0011 a flock of t111v nudgets came 011 the stlge The1e w ere
two faces among them that lool ed fdllllllll Who could thev he?
les at l1st we 1'GCOgl11Zl,d them as Iidlltilld Goto and Helen
The next act was a dance Tllpplllg out 011 the stage came
a s1nal creatuu as 21 sp11te Sl1e was LlICSSt,d 111 a Sll0It plllple
fany costume tr1m111ed w ltll yellow flow e1s lt w as Rhobw
As we left the show and wall ed dow I1 the street we came to a
small shop Bbllllld the counter stood Walte1 llICK111IlO11
course we stopped and asked llllll what he w as ClO1Dg At last he
told us w 1th 1 sob 111 h1S volce tl1 It l1e l1ad 1nvented '1 b1a11d 11ew
p1ckle made of squ1shes hut they w 61 en t selhng ve1y well
H1ve you lledltl the news? he 1sked Of c0u1 e we hadn t
so he told us Hms Landt had just w O11 the cl11mo1o11sl11p of E111
ope f0I boxmg and was gomg to llgllt Nam llaxrah tl1e ch 1111171011
of the Unlted States
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SHERMAN ANNUAL JUNE. I922
Often you w1ll see the wounded boy who has been neglected by
the gOV8lIlITl8I1t, nalkmg thlough the stleets W63.I'1Ilg half torn
clothes or selhng newspapexs on the cornexs
Therefore the 0I'gH,Il1Z11t10I1 of the Dlsabled Veterans was organ
1Z6d to g1V6 the neglected soldiers and sallols the thlllgS they can
not afford to buy
The demands ot thls organ17at1on should be met by the cltlzens
of the UI11t8d States 111 order to supply the needs of the boys who
vs ere wx ounded whlle flghtlng for them
Abe Buckman SA2
8A Class l-llstory
Shexman qchool IS ve1y ploud of 1ts present 8A Class IH wshlch
thele are seventv seven students enrolled Th1S shows that seventy
seven boys and gnls hate pelsevued all through the grammar
grades and are non leady to go on to the nlnth grade
Because ofthe lalge numbex enrolled the 8A Grade vs as dn 1ded
lnto two classes BIISS L81S6IlI'1Ilg took the 8A1 and BIISS Rose took
All of the SA2 s are very good students Because of th1s there
ws as close competltlon fox the1r class 0fflC9S In the SA2 Betty Boyd
wx as elected mayo1 W1ll1am Allen dlStY1Cl atto1ney Abe Buckman
secretarv and Jane Welch treasuxer
After much d1SCllSS10ll the SAZ s deelded that pmk and blue
should be thelr class colo1s and that thelr class flower should be
the su cet pea Later thex chose qlllk 01 SVSIITI as thelr
The SAI s took plenty of UIUC md elected thc best person pos
slble for each oftlce M ushall lN'11IIl'lI1 was elected mayor Dolores
Rlchey secretary Barton IIlCl118X dlstrlct attolney and Margorle
Blggs treasul 91
The 8A1 s came to the eoneluslon that pmk and green wx ere the
best colols for then cllss Thev zlso thought the Cecll Brunner
would be a good class flower Aftex a long search the 8A1 s found
a class motto that sulted them It IS Not at the Top but
The two 8A classes are nearly equal 1n thelr studles On account
of thls there has been a great deal of competltlon 1n geographv and
hlstory The two hlstorv classes have had a contest ln geography
and one IH hlstorv They have also had a debate ln each of these
subgects The 8A s won both debates and the hlstory contest The
SA2 s wx on the geoglaphv contest
At the b8glI1I'11I1g of the telm the 8A2 s lost three good stu
dents Edward Barclay Vlolet Fowslel and Irene Brown But two
new students Eugene De Castro and Martha Peterson came to take
thelr places The 8A s also lost Guy Boyd later 1n the term
The SA2 s were also xerv sorry to lose tl1e11 Honorable Mayor
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SHERMAN ANNUAL, JUNE, l'922 7
ftMiss Annie Easley, the noted European hair dresser has just
arrived from Europef'
ln the corner was a picture of Annie herself. Her hair was
combed straight back with a knot behind. The article also stated
that Miss Easley herself believed this to be the only sensible way to
do one's hair. How she had changed!
As we walked down the street we saw a very queer sight. Com-
ing toward us was such an extremely fat woman that We quickly
estimated that she took up three-fourths of the side walk. Walking
beside her was a tiny man or one who seemed so beside her.l We
were still more astonished when we saw who they were. The man
was Frd Kelly-but-the woman was Ursel Quenn!
Of course we stopped to speak to them. We soon found that
Fred had invented a new medicine to make thin women fat. Ufrsel
had taken some of it and was now employed as his walking adver-
The next afternoon we walked down to the pier. At the farther
end of the pier sat a blue clad figure. We walked on and found it
was Margaret Neyenesch. On either side of her was a pile of clam
shells. On asking her what she was doing she said: t'Why, I am
hunting for pearls, of course." Poor Margaret, she always did get
things mixed up!
Later that afternoon we drove out to the back country. In
about an hour we came to a small brown house. Being very thirsty,
we stopped for a drink. Seeing a figure not far off, We went over
to see who it was.
We soon found it to be lsabel Miller, who smiled sweetly from
under her huge red sunbonnet. She had taken up truck gardening
and was finding it very profitable. On the way hack we heard an
airplane above us. Looking up through our field glasses we saw
Herbert Kunzel leaning out of the airplane as far as possible, with
Clark Lucy holding on to him for dear life. On seeing this queer
sight we immediately wanted to know what it meant. The infor-
mation office would be the place to find out.
We sped back to town in such a hurry that we almost ran over
a cow at Fifth and Broadway. On arriving we asked what Clark
and Herbert were doing hanging out of an airplane like that. We
learned that the Messrs. Herbert Kunzel and Clark Lucy had gone
into partnership to catch sea gulls whose feathers they used to
stuff monkeys for the museum.
The next day was Sunday so we planned to go to the Christian
Church. As we arrived a little early we decided to visit the Sun-
day School rooms. On the way down we met Emma La France
who had just been ordained the first woman minister of that church.
She offered to take us through the Sunday School rooms.
When we reached the beginners' department we saw a familiar
figure marching with the three year olds. lt was Harry Douglas.
Walking down the street the next day, we nearly bumped into
Kenneth Seehold who was laboring under the difficult task of carry-
ing a small box about five inches square. Of course we stopped
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