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Page 11 text:
" Now, tine will go fast i f you just concentrate on something else. B u t be sure to write so that I won ' t get too lonely for you, " said Jim in a gruff voice. " I ' ll always be waiting for you no matter how long they keep you, " whispered Music . They v. ilked slowly down t o rhe gate in front of the house where the bus was supposed to pick him up. Just as they reached the gate, the bus stop¬ ped in f r o n t of them. With a final long kiss Jim climbed abo .rd the bus , leaving Masie in t ' ars. He waved until the little house wu 3 out of sight. He felt eo sorry for Masie, because it was a tough break t o be married only one week and then have your husband g o to a convention that woiild keep him over the week-end. Charles Corey 41
Page 10 text:
FRIENDSHIP ' S ENDING A stauncher friendship had never been than that wh h George and Larry had experienced for four years. Through thick and thin they had been together and nows feeling o f loneliness crept over each boy as the train sped on, each moment taking them farther and farther away from each other. Memories of the morning ' s graduation v.- re still fresh in their minds--the good¬ byes and all the other fond thoughts that cone at the close of your high school days. Each was recalling the first day he had met. George, a tall, lanky boy, h ad been standing in one corner o f t h c large room, and Larry had been standing in the opposite corner, each feeling very strange and alone in this new place. Andsothese reminiscences of the pranks and all the other good times they had enjoyed came to their minds. In what see - . d scarcely no time at all they were home once more. Several years have now passed since the boys have seen each other. Our country is now at war and both o f these boys re fighting, but, queer as It my seem, not on the same side. It was the night of a fierce battle, one o f t h e worst cam¬ paigns of the war. Most of the men on t h e enemy ' s- side had been killed o r wounded. Larry, a soldier at the end of the line, noticed a man from the opposite side making a quick get-a-way. Immediately he fired a s h o t. The soldier fell, and as Larry passed by him the groans rang in his ears. He went on, but some¬ thing possessed him to turn back to the wounded one . This he did and as he looked at him he noticed some familiar character¬ istics. Then a strange feeling came over him as h e suddenly realized who the enemy was--his old friend, George. Rita Langdon ' 41 DOING ' HIS BIT Teddy was n dog who ' loved his nastier better than his own, life. VJhcn Teddy was a year old, with his master ho boarded the " Sul1 a van, " a merchant veo-
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