|FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY|
|E||PTEMBER the fourth, we started out, forty-five strong, in our warfare on the four studies that comprise the daily routine of the Anamosa Freshmen.
Our army fare is very luxurious, for we have algebra and Latin served up in French style, biology Browned to a finish, and English Lee teas every afternoon.
The following events occurred during our campaign: Charlie Crow and Fay Shanklin once delighted the English class with a beautiful baritone, tenor, alto, and soprano duet in Ivanhoe music. Earl Fife is now cognizant of the fact that there are two stone walls in town.
Little Eddie Boos, that good little boy,
Who always has lots of fun,
Likes to try Miss French to annoy
By lustily chewing gum.
Marie Chipman informed the biology class that a man usually has two feet. Mr. Clevenger has accused Theola Hartmen of sending out leap year proposals. Eugene Skinner is the happy recipient of one of Cupid’s charming epistles. One evening Golda Finn frightened several sedate Seniors out of at least two years’ growth, by displaying an ancient bone, a relic now on display in Miss Brown’s room.
Lee F. – “C-E-N-S-U-S.”
Karl K. – “That doesn’t sound quite right.” After gazing vacantly at the wall for several minutes Karl continued work on his theme, and wrote “The girl came to her census.”