If there was any allowance left over?
Write me a letter, send it by mail, send it in care of A.G.O. Jail
Cases in the bathroom to store our daily cloths
What the grammar school girls wore on their heads for mass.
An older kid in charge of a younger kid to look after (ex. 6, 7 & 8th Graders)
Kool Aid - AGO Style
Grounded, for demerit slip, no visiting, no movies
Opposite Visiting Sunday - we did not go home, but watched a movie in the auditorium
I call first on this....
What High School Girls wore on their heads for mass
Cutting ahead in line
Weird Kid ???
Cart that delivered the food to the dining rooms
Leaving A.G.O. for good
What the Freshmen where called when they entered High School
Oh oh, here comes the Nun
Detention Center - located in Cotttage 32's porch, for the boys. If, while we were playing in the yard and you went out of bounds, were caught throwing rocks, going on the girl's side, going into the Cottages, fighting, your were subject to detention, in Jug. Whether or not, you went to Jug, was determined by the yard Sister, at the time, if you got caught breaking some rule!!
Place to store our Junk in the Rec Room
Ladies of Isabella - Donated gifts at Christmas Time.
A younger kid in grammar school cottage (ex. 1st grade to 4th or 5th)
Boogyman, in babyhouse
2 sticks put together (like a "T") only used to pickup soapy water "after" scrubbing the floors on our hands and knees
Oh oh, we're caught in a lie!
When the Nun would pretend to be sleeping, but watching & listening to us all along.
See through Marbles
Slave Wages, .40/wk) same as "allowance" - - see above!
On our demerit (comportment) cards, a zero was the worst number you could get, but if you got a "Red Zero" (0) you were really in trouble!!!
When a kid came down with ringworm and had to wear a sock on his head with salve smeared on his "BALDY" shaved head.
Expression of disagreement
Cloths only worn for school
Fr. Schroeder would grab you right between the shoulder & neck with his thumb & forefinger and pinch hard.
Rags we put on our feet to buff the floors
Uniform like dresses that the girls had to wear! YUK!!!
The tops Sr. Joseph used to hand out in the yard for the boys to play with, they had a point on them like a nail and you would try and chip a piece of wood off of a spinning top from another kid.
? ? ? ?
Sister / Nun
Time set aside to do homework
Clothes only worn on Visiting Sundays, Holidays or Special Occasions
The Sunday we were allowed to go home for the day
The knick-a-bocker bottoms - horrible itchy home made pants they gave to the boys
Clothes worn for play
Shoes worn for play
Dividing line (fence) to separate the girls yard from the boys yard