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fresbman Class 1'istory OTHING could give me more pleasure assembly room our deportment has been low- than to relate the history of the ered to some extent. Freshman Class. The boys in our class, though few in number, When we were promoted from the Eighth never shrink from unpleasant duties, and we grade our class consisted of thirteen nem- are sure that they will make their mark in the bers, namely: Pearl Laughlin, Willie Portier, world. Arthur Desreumaux, Orrie Saunders, Willie Our girls, seven in number, are studious and Hoar, Theresa Volmer, Lewis Weed, Raymond ambitious damsels, and are sure to become Volk, Frances Henry, Nettie Wright, Bertha famous women of the future. Wittman, Edward Graff and Mabel Smith. We are a class of many virtues and exceed- But when school began this year Nettle, Ber- ingly great power, and are very decisive about tha and Edward were not of -our number. the following: We were joined, however, by ten new class- Our favorite flowers-Lily and Maybell. mates: Victor and Verna Bride, Vivian Volk, Our favorite author-Richard Saunders. Lillian Krueger, Qara Wahl, John Goddard, Our favorite statesman-Senator Hoar. Ruby Wells, Wesley Mills, Pearl Young and Our favorite stones-Ruby and Pearl. Amy Harteau. This made us an even number Ourdgeates abto- b MTul of twenty bright and industrious workers. fledged Sophomores. MABEL SMITH. All went well until Vivian and Raymond Volk left us to make their home in San Diego, Cal Soon after this Verna Bride and Clara Wahl Rdva t wt iscu withdrew, and Amy Harteau failed to appear after the holidays. So now there are only Three acres of bluff developed in American fifteen of us left. History. We take up four studies in the Freshman First premium in exams. H. C. year: Algebra, Ancient History, Botany and Second premium in exams. V. S. English Composition or Latin. Most of us For best authority on Geometry go to J. S. like algebra, but ancient history, with its long Wanted-Some fresh gum to chew. and almost unpronouncable names and numer- W-M. N-n. ous dates, sometimes sorely puzzles us. Wanted-Sme more teachers to walk with. Many of the members of our class find bot- - W. P. any very difficult, but owing to our steady per- Lessons in bluffing given. Apply to severance and the patience of our teacher, Ap . to Prof. Schaub, we are beginning to conquer it. K. G. Our record for punctuality was very good Lost-Near school house on Washington during the first semester, due to the strenuous Avenue, three hours of sleep. efforts of our lads and lassies to reach school -E. C. and J. S. ere the gong rings. If found, return to J. B. We are sometimes reminded, by the pupils Wanted-Some caps large enough to fit our of other classes, that we are only "Freshies," heads. -Seniors. and are told to keep our place, but that is very Wanted-Some playthings to amuse. seldom, and as a rule we are well liked by our -W. P., W. H. and 0. S. teachers and schoolmates. On Hand-To sell or give away, a pair of If there is any mischief on hand it is always mittens. Apply to -A Freshman Boy. the "Freshies" who are accused. Since the Lost, Strayed or Stolen-Four hours every Sophomore class have been admitted into the day that ought to be given to school work.
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