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Spbomore Class 1istory As I have been asked to relate four returned of our old class, namely: Mar- The history of my class up to date, ian, Ruth. Hazel and Nellie. Florence Rifen- I will begin at the first, each detail enclose, bergh and Ethel Angus re-enforced our little And tell how our class in its power arose. army and now we have six modest, industrious, ambitious, entertaining young Sophomores. We entered the Freshman class of naught At the beginning of school we, as was the cus- six, as seven pupils from the Eighth grade, t the e din hoom a-ros the cus- namely: Augusta Pfeiffer, Vivian Volk, Mar- torn were placed in the room across the hail, garet Rex, Ruth Volk. Neil and Hazel McLean familiar to all as the Eighth Grade room. We and NellieClapp. Marian Davis, Anna Laugh- were on an isolated isle, a band of deserted Sophomores, but we enjoyed to the fullest pos- lin and John Hofbauer soon joined our ranks, sible extent our freedom. Onr teachers and making us the even number ten. m principal, however, feeling we were neglected, Before the first semester drew to a close found six empty seats in the assembiy room, Vivian, our youngest classmate, left us. We and there we wended our way one bright, got on fairly well for awhile without losing any sunny noon, into the paths of bad influences more of our class, until Marian, while home and pit-falls strewn with whispered messages upon her vacation, was taken with a long and and note writing. serious illness, which resulted in her having to We have no cross, fault-finding boys in our give up school for the rest of the year. We class to disturb our peaceful and neutral band, then numbered eight., As a whole, we were like the boys in the Freshman class; even if a bright, industrious set of willing workers, we did they would not be so ungentlemanly as Friendship and loyalty reigned supreme in our the former are to the Sophomores. midst. Of course we never received scoldings when we were "Freshies," like we do when we We are loyal and true to all we know, are Sophomores. No flowers of evil are allowed to grow; We always bad the best programs, and we All that we do and all that we say were the favorite class with our principal, Mr. Is to make others happier day by day. Collier. Thanks to him and to Miss Winn, The teachers this year are kind to us if: Miss Challoner and Mr. Pitcher for one short year of contentment and bliss, for all were "We try to keep the Golden Rule kind to the Freshman class of naught six. And learn our lessons well at school." In Physical Geography we did shine, Our studies are, as you will see: Algebra and English, too; For Ancient History we oft do pine, All the class English Literature take, And for lessons in Physiology to do. Botany and Geometry, too; Hazel takes Medieval History with zest, During the summer vacation Anna removed In Anclent History, Marian, Florence and to Neenah, and Augusta to Milwaukee, where Ethel do best; each attends school at her respective High Ruth and Nellie, for Bookkeeping's sake, school. John Hofbauer became a business Close up accounts and examinations do take. man in Mr. McCune's furniture store. Neil left us and went into the world to seekhis for- And now we will all bid adieu tnne. He is at present, however, in Valpariso To teachers dear and schoolmates true, College. Margaret became a full-fledged mil- And when the THISTLE does next appear liner in the Falls Mercantile Company's store. We'll Juniors have been for half a year. So this year, when we became Sophomores, NELLIE C. CLAPP.
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