Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1924

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process for him. Also the fish was without a FIN. BERGs were floating around in the BOG OR something nearby. Lee fell into the creek and caught 3 cold. "JN FREEZET' asked his sister. "Believe me, you had better get rid of that COUGH, MAN." They soon became hungry, and Mac gave Ray a half of a stick of colored dynamite to chew on. f6But, Mac," said Ray, "I want it entire, MAC, ENTIRE? Mac refused to do this, and she blew up. Soon they came to the SuDAN. HER eyes spied a flag in the distance. As they approached, they found that it was flying over a pirates' cave, The pirates laughed at the boy because he had SOOT ON his face, BLACK BURNed cork on his hands, and gREASE on his trousers. Sal, the chief, was playing a GUITAR, while the DRUM MAN was playing a WOOD DRUM. On their heads the pirates wore large HOODS. PATHS led from all directions to the wateris edge, where there were many BRIGS. Pirates were mending the broken REEFS. They made the boy High Lord CHAMBERlain, and his work PRESSED ON him heavily. The pirates would always drink very much RUM 'F they could get it. Every day Lee had to make some BREW. "ST1R it well and then let it set," were his orders. Whenever he ate an apple, they would say, "Give me the CORE, LEE." Every morning it was, "Get the BROOM, LEE," and in the evening, they would say, "Get the pipe and the STEM, SON." Then he would go and get a light and the chief would ask him, "How many WATTS, SON ?" If it were not exactly RIGHT he would have to go and get another. When this was done and had MAC DONE ALL his work, he could go to bed. But when he asked the pirates whether he could go home or not they would answer, " 'S WHEN SON T' Ruth had, meanwhile, regained consciousness, hut she and Lee had a quarrel, and Lee was again a FREEMAN. One day they would have tears and the next DAY FUSS. The pirates teased Lee about this and they would often say, "Where is your LASS, LEE?" Then Lee would say, 'LL ,US BE friends, l did not mean to RILE YE." But it was of no avail. Finally he made the best of it and shouted, "METHUSElah, but it feels good to be FREE! The town of Burtsl lay near byg and since their food supply was running low, the pirates decided to ROB BURTS of its bank BONDs and then buy food. They told LEE to ROB BINS of the corn but he refused. When the pirates were gone, Lee went up the mountain sideg but he soon returned, for he had seen Sir Kade and some of his friends. "l'lOYl" he cried to Ruth and Ray, i'Let's hurry up the hill before he sees us." They were too late, he saw IHERI. BREEzes were blowing so hard, that they could hardly stand up. "My, look at that MOB, LEE!" cried Ray. 4'Hey, SAL YER birds have flown the coop," sang the parrot outside the cave. They were now going up a steep cliff which extended farther than they could see. Ruth had -138- ll'

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