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Image from page 91 of “Souvenir” (1921)
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Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Reidsville High School
Subjects: Reidsville High School–Students–Yearbooks. Reidsville High School–Periodicals. School yearbooks–North Carolina–Reidsville.
Contributing Library: Rockingham Community College
Digitizing Sponsor: North Carolina Digital Heritage Center
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marked Class of 21. Already the approach of spring causes us to quakewith dread and fear as final examination time draws nigh. But truly we en-joy the day, or rather the night, at this, our joint banquet and we tender tothe jolly Juniors our thanks and our wish for each and every one of them ahappy, studious, and triumphant Senior year. There is a rumor that the Seniors are planning to present the play, GreenStockings, ere many weeks elapse. Heres hoping. *t* The Souvenir t|t iiiiiiiiiniiiiiii DIj, Cftat gott CareD If only that you cared,If only that you dared,To say as before.As in days heretofore,That you cared. Those words seemed so sweet,In the grey autumn nights,When the hours seemed so fleet,As you whispered my delightThat you cared. While the moon sent its spellOf love over us there,While your lips did compelThese words in the air,That you cared. Oh, if you only cared! Would save many a tear, But now those words are spared, Those whispered in my ear, That you cared. ££/ By 89
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