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MEMORIES OF I. H. S.
Alma Mater, thy name in honor we hold,
j. I-l. S., thou art dear to us allg
Swell the chorus of song, let thy praises be told
While together school days we recall.
The old study hall shrines, the joys of our youth,
'Tis the place where the "school spirit" 'bides-
The sprite that wrings jest from the gravest of truth,
And cheers us whatever betides.
And still, j. H. S., in the years that shall be,
Thy scenes will crowd memories hour-
The class rooms, the "Gym," the old willow tree,
E'en the clock that keeps watch in the tower.
Thy boys and thy girls, thine today and for aye-
Spite of changes old time shall have seen-
We'll stand for the right, for the honor we'Il try
Of our colors, the Red and the Green.
-Milton I. Fletcher”