Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1924

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A TALL LIVER Story or HOW TONs Fell Herbert Rutledge Southworth Once upon a time there was a boy named Lee Mac JONES. He was descended from two KINGS. His great-grandfather was it COOPER, and his grandfather was a WAGONNER. He was born at Stratford-on-aVON, but his father had later moved to AUSTIN, Texas, but then re' moved to BRAZIL. - There were three little boys who lived near him. One was ,IACK'S SON, another was JOHN'S SON, and the last one was STEPHEN,S SON. They could not talk very plaing and when they wanted Lee, they would say, "MA, CALL LEE," und when they got angry at any one they would say, MMA KILL ROY." Lee was a very strong boy, and he could carry a HOD ,IUSt like a man. He was also very fond of animals. One day after he and his father had crossed many BROOKS, had gone down many LANES, and gone over many HEATHs, his father, a MILLER, who had been in COXey's army said, "See the RAM SEE it, son?" It is called GIP, SON. The boy did not like the ramsg so he turned his head beHIND. Seeing neither STAG NOR any other animal, except 11 lamb, he went to the lamb. HMY LAMB," he said as he petted it. "BAA Baaf' said the lamb. He then adVANCEd to the HANDY man, HAM ELTON, who was sawing WOOD. "Are the LOGS DONE?" he asked. ' '4Yes, but I donft think I shall finish those ASH logsf, he said. "These AXES are so dull. I shall probably have to WHITTLE them away. lf I do finish them, I shall feel like a NEW MAN." Lee was a very sharp boy, and when he looked at the axes they became sharp. He handed one of them to the man, who said, 'SNOW it CUTS. MAN. You did just what a good BOY'UD do." As he was walking down the road, he met a man HAULING SHEDS. The man handed a petition to the boy, who looked to see the names on it. There were NONE, and for this reason the boy would SIGN OR do any things else. He thought there was MORE GAIN in not doing so. He went to his LARGE HOMES, He had two homes. In one of them his grandmother, who was a NOBLE lady, livedg in the other lived his mother. It was a WOODEN house painted WHITE and BROWN. Lee spent most of his spare time at the MILL HARD by. He knew that he was late to dinner, for he had heard the BELL. He sneaked past the BUT- LER and sat down at the table. The COOK was sick, and his mother was serving a steaming dish. 'LIS it BACON ?7' he asked, 4iHOW'S that? OH LIVER. You know I donit like liver, especially if you FRY it.', His mother made him eat it. He was afraid to protest, for he had seen her WRATH MILL -134-

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