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P to « ? 4K J- - ' mJ yCj 7 rv — CrJbn Jtf f)- A r c fit-y- ' A word of gloom from Jo Ann You seldom ever hear, She brightens up our high school And fills it full of cheer. When she’s decoratin’ rooms Or somethin’ else instead, This ruby-throated humming-bird’ll Make ’em ruby red. When it’s time to be eatin’ The one always there is Keaton. Elizabeth, Liza, Lizzie, or Bess, A queen of a girl beyond a guess. There’s not a fairer lass in any sunny clime Than our own pretty May Queen, Martha Kime. Little Johnny Kinder Chopping up the timber, There was a heavy fog They thought he was a log, So now he’s just a cinder. I wonder You wander She’s Wonderful! They say, “All Lanes lead to Rome,” But this Lane leads to his lady’s home. 4 22
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A date in the dark For this camera shark— Means photographic mixtures To develop his “pixtures.” A sinister leer from Harry Means—“Ladies, be wary.” Here’s to independent Nancye, She’s cute and sweet, but rather “fancye.” Roses are red, So Violet’s not blue, No Dawn can compare In sweetness to you. This kind of girl keeps your head in a whirl, Not a bit like an oyster, although she’s a pearl. She’s ham and eggs—an’ a touch of caviar; The words to a song, and the spark to a star. A sweet glance from Nancy, Would enhance our fancy. He never moans, This boy named Jones, ’Though his troubles may be Heavy as stones. 4 21
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“Lavender Blue—Dilly, Dillv, Lavender Green,” She’s really tops—Dilly, dilly, A real Lewis Queen. A lawless Lawson helping Hedda Hopper, In “Et Cetera,” nothin’ it seems ’ll stop her. Comedian Dan—always gabbin’, Maybe C. B. S.’ll grab him. Da day fo’ Etta Mae, Da betta, betta day, Is da day—dat dey all say, “Etta Mae—Weddin’ Day. J J A “scatterbrain” in “stormy weather,” She’s cute as a dime and quick as a feather. J for Jazzy—that’s her speed, A for artful—better heed! M for merry—that’s our lamb, Put them together, an’ they make JAM. In this case it’s rather confusin’, When I’m seein’ one, I’m seein’ twos’n. Trie ?c 4 23 } The other one of the pair of two, We hear he’s a camera bug, too.
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