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THE MONITOR 29
Our motto "One cannot always be
a hero, but one can always be a
man" has produced fruit during our
very happy term together.
During our struggles with Hreadin,
writen, and rithmetic," we were
pleasantly surprised one morning
when our captain, Francis Moe, en-
tered with a silver medal which he had
won for swimming.
NVQ? are very proud of our athletes:
John Santry and Compiou Leczin-
future "Home Run Kings", James
Tasso, XVilliam Rosquist, and Joseph
Our girls, too, have been doing very
good work-making great progress
with their sewing and keeping the
"home firesi' burning in the kitchen.
Our class has had a most interesting
and enjoyable term together. One of
our joys was the attractive Natrue
Study note books which we made.
They contain pictures, notes, original
drawings, and specimens pertaining to
the study of Nature.
Our athletes also have given us
much cause for pride. Teddy Lazarus
took fourth place in the City Swim-
ming Meet. M'ilbur Pierce took fourth
place in the District Meet.
It is with a touch of sadness that we
bid adieu to the Intermediate Depart-
ment, but this world calls for prog-
ress, so with the highest hopes for
success, onward we advance.
61:34 presented a Health Play en-
titled, "Pirate Percy and the Slovenly
Sloop. Vile think we convinced our
audience of the value of cleanliness.
Our class officers this term are:
Captain, Stanley Bromfieldg Secre-
tary, Herbert Nelson, Librarian, Ruth
"A long pull, a strong pull, and a
pull all together."
XVitl1 the foregoing as an incentive,
we expect to reach our goal which is
the 7A Grade. Our class is composed
of two teams: "The VVinners" and
ttThe Beacons" who are friendly
enemies. At the present writing,
"The VVinners" are not living up to
Our play "The VVisest Boy in the
NVorld" was well received by the
Sixth Year Assembly. The Boy re-
ceived his title of "YVisest" because
he realized the necessity of exercise,
plenty of fruit, vegetables, milk and
sleep for the production of health,
Our class is very interesting. We
have Victor from Africa, Anna Maria
from France, Teresa from England,
Jack from the sunny South, and Eve-
lyn from Barbadoes, each with enrich-
ing experiences from other lands.
In observing the rules of good
health, we have been most faithful
this term. XVe endeavored in our
class play to impress our listeners with
the food value of milk. The play was
taken from "The Miraculous Pitcher"
by Nathaniel Hawthorne, and the cast
included Harry Zorger, Teresa Col-
man, Lloyd Lewins and Victor Croizat.
MY: are proud of the following Who
have had perfect attendance this term:
Evelyn Durant, Lilian Cusick, Curtis
VValker, Alfred Cardello, Gus Zerva-
kos, Joseph Villar, and Walter Sand-
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