|When you come to the end of your
Can you measure the joy and the pain,
That comes like roses in springtime
And as swiftly vanishes again?
And so, as reminders of schooldays
My class mates take these gifts 'ere
And, may the bonds that bound us
W^eave them into your heart.
Herron, to you, this Bible I give,
By use of it, you good, shall live.
Rozelle, to you, I give this horseshoe.
For it signifies luck and Lucky, too.
Clara Barton, this butcher's knife
you're likely to need.
Of your future husband, his father suc-
To you, our class poetess, Irene Zim-
Wonderful poetry may you write with
Claude Spence, as your hair is very
I present you this bottle of Colorlte.
And studying much of Lavinia's needs.
I decided on this string of beads.
As Ethel's ambition is teaching school,
To govern her pupils I'll give her this
To Eva, I give this dainty mouse trap.
To keep the mice from out your lap.
As Edward likes Arches so well,
I'll give to him his little belle.
Christine, so very meek, you know,.
I'll give you this little horn to blow.
As Mary Lou will never make a wife,
We'll let her crochet her way through
A very black cat is an old maid's
And, Dug, you are its destined end.
Lister, Lexie and Ralph, en
|Of Looney possessing such an instinct.
And of nurses, our class is not to be
For, Mary Sue, his destiny will share.
Kate, this paint brush I give to you,
'Cause you know you're an artist thru
Margaret when in the Salvation Army
May tho'ts of our class this book ever
Fisher, an orator, so noble and grand,
Please take this mall, your audience to
This fools' cap I give to Inza Ezell,
'Cause she's our dunce, you know quite
Claude Toler, to you I give a dime,
Go purchase a clock and be on time.
Leslie May, to you, this magic dress,
That in the fashion, the world you may
Now Edwin, the Mozart of our class,
By playing this music, you'll win your
This doll will I to Virgie give,
As guileless as it, you must always
Lillian, to you, I'll give this broom,
From out your life to sweep the gloom.
To Frank, who from English never
I give this "Carlyle's Essay on Burns."
To Lucille, whose life is one bright
I give this ring to save Mr. Denkins
Thelma likes Rainey weather more
So I give her this umbrella, expensive
To Sadie, the only cook of our bunch,
I'll give you this menu for preparing a
For Eunice, a married life would be
That I'll give her this little bag of rice.
Edith, in skating, none can excel,
And dressed as Red Riding Hood, none
Fuqua you've made a president so
That I'll give you this poem which I
wrote with my hand.
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