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HONOR ROLL FOR THE FIRST SEiffiSTER
Annie Belle Braitie
Mary E, Williams
Annie B. W'right
By Gwendetta Pratl
It is interesting to note races each
day between the following contestants;
the boy who RECOLStENDED HIMSELF-Selected
A man advertised for a toy to assist him
in his office. Nearly fifty applicants
presented themselves, to him. Out of the
whole number he selected one and dismissed
"I should like to know'*, said a friend,
"On what ground you selected that boy who
had not a single recoramendaticn"?
"Yru are mistaken", said the man, "He had EXTRAI
a great many recommendations. He wiped ______
his feet when he came in and closed the
door after him showing that he was careful."
Fair and warmer is the outlook fcr;
Pattie Clack, Clara Henderson, Hellon
Bobbitt, Ethel Davis and Delia Scott,
The TYPING TRAFFIC COP caught many
breakers of the law the other day.
Tickets for speeding were given tor
Emma Burwell, Robena Daniels and Marcia
For"Rubber Necking'-' tickets were issued
to; Grace Hanks, jaidred.Wimbush,
Beatrice Davis, Rebecca Brodie, and Mari
All of the above are being sentenced
four months of "blind keys" as soon
as they arrive, or given extra sets of
Arcelia, pray tell us what secret you
are hoarding in that corner.
Two students are seriously ill with
acute "Marginitis"(Louise and Clara
Henderson). Continued practice on the
typewriter, and a use of the yard stick
will cure you of this.
"He gave his seat instantly to that lame
old man showing that he was kind and
"’^e took off his cap when he came in
and answered ray questions pronptly showing
that he was polite and gentlemanly,"
"He picked vip the book which I had purposely
laid on the floor and replaced it on the
table, showing that he was orderly. All
the test stepped over it. He waited
quifetly for his turn instead of pushing
"V^hen I talked to him I noticed that his
Something very exciting happened the
other day. WhatJ Fell, each typewriter
was dressed up in aprons—or must we sa,-
"blind keys". J, M. T, called it the
NATIONAL BLACK OUT DAY'. Some cf_the_
typists were as lost as "a ball in high
weeds So they started learning all
•ver again. We are so sorry. Excuse
please, but it is not fair to peep.
Well, someone said that it couldn't be
done, but they tried and they"dood it".
How about that, Juanita? Are you a
"In addition to making twenty words or
more", remarked a certain typist, " I
clothing was tidy, his hair neatly brushed, have learned t^ give my undivided atten-
1^.5^ ^ T f-i Viand- matter Whst
his finger nails clean. Do you not call
theseLETTERS OF RECOJMENDATION? I do."
YOUTH IS THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO SOMETHING
AND TO BECOIffi SOMEBODY. Hunger
THE FIRST REQUISITE FOR GETTING A JOB IS
A REAL ENTHUSIASM FOR WORK.-R* J. Hamilton
tion to the job at hand. No matter what
happens, I keep ray mind on what I am
When I first started, I thought J had U
see and hear everything that went on
around me,(and that was plenty), but now
I consentrate On rakking a gross number o
words and few errors,"