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Page 77 text:
DR. J. PIERCE BASHAW
Refrigerators, Ranges, Radios, Washers, Electric Sinks
Complete Kitchens, Commercial Refrigeration
ARTHUR F. SCHULTZ
1029 stare sr. ERIE, PA. 1616 Parade s
DISTRIBUTORS OF NORTH EAST BRANDS
Manufacturers of Nemo Chocolate Milk
Prep and Student New Spring Suits
810450, 5512, S515
Page 76 text:
INSIDE INCIDENTS DI:
There was a young fellow name "Chet"g
On his prowess with girls I did het.
One day from afar
Came a girl named Mlynar.
I lost. He now calls her "My Pet."
There is a young girl named Joan,
In the future we shan't find alone.
Her heart beats for Bob,
Yet she isn't a snoh.
NVe can tell it is love by her tone.
There is a young girl named "Pat"g
WVe also do call her "Fat".
In games that are hard
She is -al good guardg
VVe'll never forget her for that.
There was a boy named Bart,
Xvho had a stone for a heart.
He danced well you know,
A clarinet he could blow,
But humming a smoke was his art.
Owen and Donald and Ed
Can make a "corn-trio" 'tis saidg
But when Serif says, "Go,"
They all give a blow
And call it a dirge instead.
There's a fellow around named "Killer",
lVho was afraid of a lowly moth-miller.
He picked up a club,
Said, "I may be a dub,
But if it's the last thing I do, I'll drill "'er
NVe all know the girl named Bee Ruth,
YVho, if one were to tell the truth,
VVent out once with Bob,
And sat on a goh
Of gum, on the seat in their booth.
There was a girl named Jean,
VVho was a regular coffee fiend.
But she could bake pies
That would open your eyesg
And I know, for I have seen.
There was a young lady named Tiny:
She had roller skates all nice and shiny.
XVe admit she was limberg
But when she hit the timber
She announced, "Now bring on Miss
The President of our class is named Oweng
It's true that he always is blowin'-
lt's not that he talks
Or whistles and walks,
But he plays the Sax with good showinl
Marge is so clever in writing.
W'ith news she is always inciting
Her victims to rage,
A hysterical stage,
For gossip is not so delighting.
There is a girl named "Punk,"
WVho's always afraid she'll flunk.
Bob thinks she's swell,
And for him she fell,
Now studies to her are the "hunk."
Eleanor's a girl we admire
'Vtfith her hair and neat attire.
She's full of vim,
And never prilng
Her habits we'd like to acquire.
W'e all know our classmate named "Holly"
l'Vho at times has been given to folly.
She Iirst went with Ben,
But never again,
For now it is Harold, by golly!
You all like that fellow named VValter
lVhat he needs is a rope and a halter.
He likes all the dames
And has many flames,
But it's Margie who still makes him falter.
More of these things we just haven't got,
And for these we do hope we're not caught
So we're ending them here
And now make it clear
That we're quitting before we get shot.
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MDIT fAITl'IflJ I.
There are two things to which I owe
My thanks in every wayg
They've aided me for several years
Up to this very day. ,
They came with me when I was borng
VVithout them I'd be lost.
I would not think of trading them
Or selling at any cost.
Although they're large and awkward too,
They do my work for me.
They take me to and from the school
And serve me tirelessly.
You probably wonder what these areg
And yet to be most true,
I must admit quite honestly
That you have got them too.
The first of these must serve us yet
And work with us some more,
For even though we're leaving school
VVe'll find more tasks galore.
The other one of which I speak
Is more important still,
For we must guide theln straight and far
Up that lo-ng, steep hill.
Together these two form for us
A shield against all ill.
Our hands and feet will serve us long
If we but have the will.
To you underclassmen
We Seniors advise,
Make the most of your studies.
W'e studied four years,
Four years we have yearnedg
Now we can truthfully say,
Lila Jean Kunkle.
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