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THE: SENIOR LIBRARY
“Main Street”—Norman Cooper,
“The Varmint”—William Silver.
“Age of Innocence”— Evelyn
“Just David”—David Thomas.
“Sweet Stranger”—Lucile Hart.
“The Ne’er Do Well”—Bill Right-
“The Beloved Woman”—“Miss”
“He Comes up Smiling”— “Ikey”
“The Dancing Fool”—Addie
I “Gentle Julia”—Julian Johnston.
“Indoor Studies”—Nellie Swaim.
“A Fool There Was”—Alex Stran-
“The Great Stone Face”—Robert
“Sweethearts Unmet”—Bertha and
“The Little Minister”— Sprilly
“Bought and Paid for”—Mary
“Wild Animals I Have Known”
“Bound to Rise”—Louise C.
“Holf a Century of Conflict”—
Carlotta and Milton.
“Love’s Labor Lost”—Lota Lee
“Fairy Tales”—Senior Tardy
“The Call of The Wild”—Walter
“Love Stories”—Marjorie Cart-
“Daddy Long Legs”—Thomas
“Up From the Ranks”—Robert
“Vanity Fair”—Nancy Little.
- “Damon and Pythias”—Margaret
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DR. A. P. KEPHART
GREENSBORO. NORTH CAROLINA
THE YOUNG MAN AND THE
Consider the young man. He
goeth forth in the morning and
bloweth himself to glad raiment.
And the pants thereof are two
ubits from the ground.
He wrappeth his ankles in sox
that are as white as the lily and as
near silk as the bazaar will sell
for a quarter of a shekel.
Behold the shirt. It hath cuffs
that are soft and that turneth back,
And his necktie shrieketh like
a 42 centimeter shell.
And his gloves are of the skin of
the chamois. Yellow are the gloves,
and the stitches thereof are black.
And he is some Kid.
He weareth a lid of fuzz, and the
bow thereof is cute and followeth
Yes, he looketh like a thousand
shekels, but alas—all is not as it
For behold, he meeteth at the
apothecary’s a maiden with eyes like
the gazelle and with lashes of
midnight. And the maiden pretend-
eth that she hath but even now
asked a clerk of the fountain to mix
her a nut-sundae. But she will:
allow the young man to blow her off :
And behold; when the sundaes:
are gone away of all things, the |
young man tippeth the clerk a wink
and passes out gaily with the;
The clerk is on. He knoweth
that the young man is broke.
And will the young man slip the
clerk the twenty pence? Yea, even
so, as soon as his Father’s pension
check arriveth. |
Consider the maiden. Lo, though, I
the winds blow and chilleth, she |
weareth upon her feet sandals that;
are low and hose that are silk.
And the nerk of her gown exist-
elh not. Yet she sw'eareth that she
is as warm as toast.
She goeth forth into the highways,
and she carrieth a party box.
And therein are many things
wherew'ith to kalsomine her coun
tenance. Puffs there are and the
skin of the chamios and many pig
ments. white as the lilies of Hebron
and red as the evening skies over
She maketh up where she list-
eth and careth not who observeth.
And although her lips become as
pomegi'anates, yet she denies that
there is any color in the i stuff.
With the gaze of reproof she tell
eth thee that it is camphor and
ice and that tinteth not.
And behold, she putteth it over
She goeth forth at night and she
tangoeth until dawn is on the moun
tains and the morning breeze stir--
the cedars, and she is not a bit
But w'hen her mother beggeth
her to go up into the market place
for a cubit of calico, lo, she with-
ereth upon the vine.
Wondrous are the ways of a
This leie is just a few un
too let you no Ima recooperatin’
frum th’ examinations. I writ a
essay fur english. Th’ teachers she
seemed to like it rite smat so I thol
Id send it on too you an’ Hiram an’
the mule an’ pop so that you all
could sea just what Ima doin’ in
th’ literature way. Th’ teachur sez
she hands it back, sez she “well
Hannah what were else you may
say about this I’ll have to admit
this here is unisku^.” wus a es
say on boys—here it folows (tell
Hiram an’ th’ mule an pop not to
take it too much too core—thats
french fur heart.)
Boys is the brothers of gu 4s
but more often they are there
bothers. Boys sprung from mon
keys (just like gurls) only they
didn’t spring quite so fur. Boys
ware pants and BANDOLINE on
there bones. They take gurls too
partys and the n all gathur over
on th’ othur side of the room. Or
else they all talk too one gurl all
the time. There’s allers a talkin
about what they “got on there hip’
and about that “rare old stuff’
they had las nite, when every
body ’nows that all they got on
there hip is a note book, an’ all
they had las nite was a chocolate
milk, if they had 15 cents.
They hang around the drug store
corners most of the nite then they
comes to school the nex day an’
asts you “Can I have them french
sentenses what we bed too rite
today “and when you sez ‘know’
thev say you are a stingy cuss no
Boys like to sleep a hole heap
an’ when yore maw sends you
to wake ’em up an you call ’em
thay allers says “well Ima gettin
up—can’t you lemme sleep a min
ute.” Then you go away an cum
back one half hour later an’ look
in there room and all theve done
is too turn over.
Boys all the time thinkin they’r
slringin th’ gurls—but most uf th’
time they is just stringin’ they self.
Most boys grow up and get big but
they never get over bein’ funny.
They was sum more Maw, but
I’ma givin oata paper so I won’t
say no more. I guess I better stop.
Your obedience Daiter
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