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Dnrv.s Tho-'P** £*nd
jtlel\yn Burt have gone
an^ "done j.t" again.—
that is, "broken up". They
say it is for keeps this time
Burt's attentions are on .. ^
Irene Hunt; and Thorp'H
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oTf of our ro;/s are
going bo be Unci'
• ■*-. nniueing jls a geuu ud
'■ , nerves; and even studying
j Bum's soon, bub no./t
|V / /v'orry girls ^ they g-.t a
i'r'' __ ji furlough after a pein.oc
._ ji furlough after a pein.od
of six or seven mou'-M-.s^
Knitting is a good past
ure on(guess who?)
A few of our boys are receiving mail from Uncle Sam*(Jest intimate friends though)
Luck to the duck(Vvilliara Rowland) who sworn the lake and found Ifergaret Green bj^
mistake, She*is interested in books, not boys.
Spring chickens are certainly out early this year. Take a look at lyraon Sneed and
Joe Gales vron't have so-o-o-o-0 much competion now that Herbert Eaton isn't driving
the bus any longer and James Taylor is in the army, but there is a Thomas Greene,
Robert Scott and Lonnie Peace seem to be doing "al—reet" for their fine selves.
How about it, Scott??
Ufjris Poole is now supposed to lf;ve. Could it be with Julius Knight, Davud
Harmon, or the unknown man^if Does ariy..ne know?????
Jvnious Crews and Rosa Lee Sutton say, "Love is a vronderful thing". Believe me,
when I say they know what they're talking about,
Ola Lane ana James Aikens are still in love, but Ola is also liking W,E,W« She is
cutting out on James since he doesn't live ^^^re anymore.
Emily Bergus and Rufus Hill are getting
along lovely together. Play it cool, Emily,
Tauise Henderson and Thurston Sneed have
really gotten dow^n to business, V.e call
it love, and howj.
Harriett Davis and Thursten Floyd are falling
hard for each other. Take it easy, you two.
Fl('yd Baskerville and Geraldine
liorgani Floyd is craz.y about
ilorgan, but watch out that she
dosen't put you in a coffin, Floyd,
Mary L'illians and Hajavood I'.'alker
seem to be "made for each other".
We wash you two luck!
SiaLE A \vHILE
By Robert Scott
A farmer visited his son's college. Watching the students in a chemistry class, he
told they were looking for a universal solvent,
"V.'hat's that?" asked the farmer.
"A fluid that will dissolve anything."
"That is a great idea," agreed the farmer, "V.Tien you find it, what are you going to
keep it in?"
English Teacher; "John please correct this sentence, 'Girls is naturally better
lacking than boys' ",
John; " 'Girls is artifically better looking than boys' ",
First man; "Your wife used to be so nervous. Now she seems quite calm."
Second Ifen; "She is. The doctor told her nervousness was a sign of old age.