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1oll cll of pIls A Is for Arthur, a freshie so bright, Who does nothing but study from morning till night. B Is for Bertha, a Junior so true, That never a thing that is wrong will she do. Is for Carroll, a song soft and sweet, CThat is sung whenever school does keep. Is for Davis, a Sophomore meek, Who does nothing but study from week to week. E Is for Ethel and Effie, you all know them well; But one from the other 'tis easy to tell. Is for Florence, another Sophomore, Who is sure to be famous in a few years more. G Is for Grace, and Gilbert, too- You never know just what they will do. Is for Harry, a Senior sedate, H Who has to hurry or he will be late.. Is for Ida, so dainty and prim; And also for Ila, who is always in trim. J Is for the two Josephines-one so coy; * And also for Joseph. Geometry! 0, joy! K Is for Kathryn, a Junior so bright, Who thinks plaster slides are simply a "fright." Is for Lillian, and Lewis, you know. Who sit near together in the Freshmen row. Is for Mabel, and Minnie, as well. M ~What they won't do is hard to tell. Is for Nellie; the sun always smiles On the ysung lads when she uses her wiles. O Is for Orrie, a Freshman meek, Who wishes for school every day in the week. D Is for two Pauls; they're better than gold- UTheir value in school has never been told. Q Is for quizzes; over them we do hate To puzzle our brains and rub our poor pates. R Is for Ruby, who excells in her classes, And is a good model for lads and for lasses. Is for Schaub, our Marshal so tall, Who thinks that marshaling is no trick at all. Is for Tony, an honorable Senior; T Also for Thresa, with modest demanor. U Is for Union, our-glorious High School. We try veay hard to obey every rule. V Is for Veo and Verna, Juniors two, Who study when they have nothing else to do. W Is for William, with attitude sweet, Who sits up in front and calls classes to meet. IS Y A- we are to each other. X TO Now what is the value of one to another? Is for Ziz, a cliff steep and high, ZLike unto our school course; we ascend with a sigh. VERNA PERRIGO.
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