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Sir Harless Scott of chivalry, A knight in armor he longs to be. This colonel lets Yankees live in peace, son, As long as they’re north of the Mason-Dixon. Mary was a little shepherdess Looking for her sheep, Look in Wytheville, dearie, There you may happiness keep. A bit of a wit And always a hit. —She’s it! Pat’s “Pat” So that’s that! ! ! Ye gentle maide from ye olde Salem towne Remember to smile and never frown. Napoleon had his Josephine — This we guess is true, But “Nap” didn’t have a thing on us, We have a “Josie,” too. We think he’s as good as Frankie Boy, Our golden-voiced Wayne, But the only singing he ever does Is in the bathtub or rain. ■ Jt njL 4 27 h
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C- Q p QVv Ks ' Sc ' Vvq tn. This gal’s neat An’ mighty sweet; You sure can’t beat Our very own Pete. “What news,” we asked, “is your food “A diet of Rice,” we conclude. Hard-boiled or scrambled — He’s a good egg. With a cheery smile For which we all beg. Harum, scarum, Madcap you— When you’re not here, What will we do? Strife rhymes with Rife, Rife rhymes with wife, With that we wish you a peaceful life. The initials of your name— If you add a “ling,” Make what we think of you — It says everything. If you prefer a blond, sir, Why would you Rush, sir, further? A Schaffer drawing With Shaffer pen, In math her grades Equal IO times io.
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cZ n. JZ£z An ethereal “rebel” is D. A. R.—ling Donnie, Like her Y-Teens, she’s Sweet, bright, and bonny. She’s the jam of our bread And the “Peg of our Hearts,” We’ll be unpegged When she departs. Mary had a little lamb, Now all Alary eats is Spam, The cost of living causes this, mam. “A rolling stone gathers no moss,” If you find any on him, give it a toss. This gal has ‘Communist’ hair An’ she’s cute beyond compare. Aye, th’ lad’s a right braw Swain, He’ll tak’ ye, lass, doon lover’s lane. “Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer true,” They always say that daisies won’t tell, Tell me, Daisy, will you? ‘15 for Tommy Tingler,’ He’s a real bell ringer. 4 28 }• 0 . c
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