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Battlefield, 1916 (1916) (14759872206)


Battlefield, 1916 (1916) (14759872206)



Identifier: battlefield191600univ (find matches)
Title: Battlefield, 1916
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: University of Mary Washington
Subjects: University of Mary Washington Mary Washington College State Normal School for Women (Fredericksburg, Va.) University of Mary Washington -- Students -- Yearbooks College yearbooks -- Virginia -- Fredericksburg College Yearbooks - Virginia -- Periodicals
Publisher: University of Mary Washington
Contributing Library: University of Mary Washington, Grellet C. Simpson Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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Jones and Lillian Wright Love Ruth and Sprout with all their might. Now I cant see Why they wont agree To turn to each other in their plight! Ula to the Normal came, For several years weve heard her name. In the IMinstrel line She sho does shine. As leading niggers won her fame. Charlotte Lawrence has a crush! You may think Im talking slush— I know its true— A teacher, too, Whose name makes Charlottes fair cheeks flush! Oh, wont you lend me your hat. Your coat or your shoes or cravat? Who in the deuce? Must be Sara Bruce. We know no one else talks like that I Heres to you, Emily J., May you get your diploma some day. Youre doing your best— Though you said not in jest. Youd get your Re-Ward anyway! Mickie and Sprout we used to see Happy together as they could be; But Ruth and Gus Wont cause a fuss— Four is surely better than three! Bertie, wont you put up the mail? That is the everlasting wail. But Bertie says, No. Basket ball I must throw. So we get our mail late without fail.
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I if I i ^ %M% Marjokie RikerFirst Vice-President Frances HarrellRecording Secretary AUtmttc^ Gay V. WilsonPresident fANET La CrossTreasurer Ruth CarterSecond Vice-President LonsE LewisCorresponding Secretary Glen Allen, Va., February 2. 191b.Dear Girls : At last 1 know how to sympathize with the poor teacher who is written to for news items for theAnnual. Of course, )ou girls dont think its any trouble for people who dont have tests, etc., to sit downand write you a letter. Now if you had asked for a book of varied experiences, I would have known justwhat to write. I am teaching (or rather, trying to teach) the second grade from nine until two, and from two tothree, I have the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh grade boys in the shop three times a week. The School Board gave us a $65.00 outfit for the shop last Fall, and the boys have sawed up every-thing in sight (fingers included) since that time. To the girls who are going out to teach IManual training, please extend \w\ personal sy





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