Eastern liennonite School" "/q T T T I I , No., - W
Oh,, pm in lovo with life I
Ea®h moment of the day
Is filled bo fu ll of many things,
And gratefully I say,
"O h, God, for life and breath*
For a ll the good I knows
For health, for peace, for lovelinessd
My heart doth overflow
In simple thankfulness to Thse f
The One Who Tuads the whole.
And, Cod w ill help me so to H-*’®
In l i f e 8s short walk below
That folks may see Christ Ss love in me
Which to the woild doth flow,,17
, -Kitty Hortaler<=
If' I t o re sweet sixteeni
Stanley ShenE^*"I would etudy harder,"
Ruth Brubaker-*-"I would bo a church
Mary Baer and Grace 0ross»^i!0o to College,1*
Hayes Reed— " I would endeavor to take more
interest in my, teachers*"
Janies Brunk— " I don * t know what l ‘d do if I
were sixteen-I 'n just glad Pm
I f I were twenty^onei
“ RuwTFrey— " I would travels"
Estelle Oamand-—" I ' d begin my career as an
old mai ..."
Truman Brunk~~"I*d gat married,11
Michael 5henk--nP d taka a sea roy&ge to—
well* 1 Haven't decided
Pauline Wenger™-1" P d become a nurtie."
Clyi5i© Histand~~"Buy a farm,"
Gerry Landis— "Get a little black four-door
Clara Moyer— "Retit a Chestnut Street Apartment."
Janet Showalter— " I “ 11 decide when the tis®
Ann Rabsr~~f,' l !d be very, very- quiet s and
perhaps now is the time t o
R0HKER|,S 1-VIEW OF BRUIiKe3 APARTMENTS
I P ;30 PM,~ Breakfaat-Limburgert pretzels* prot=
sol sticksj and peanut butter,
1Gs35-~11s00» Don corresponds with Paradise.,
11:00-11:15” The inevitable,
11 sl5~ •— Snoring session has begunj no more
laughing, no more fan,
2i30 AM„“ Miller noisily begins hia loneliy
ordeal on the floor,
3 s50“ Invasion by cat — cat evictads a ll a-gain
6:30- Alarm rings
7 :15- Covers remaining on the bed, with elasticity
arc throm. off arid a scramble is
aade for the shower room,
7:20- Water Spla.ahee
And Paul hacks away at. his day s growth^
7:56- Books are grabbed, do^rs alaimaes
7 : %9k- Phew—-made