|Dixie State University Student Newspapers
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|Dixie State University Student Newspapers
THE DIXIE OWL DISCOURSE OX "THE ALMIGHTY I)()LLA It THAT (Moral: FLU Take Care) Almighty Dollar, our acknowledgSomething very dreadfuls come tp ed governor, protector, and benefact- our school to stay. To frighten all the students an or, we wish to approach thee on this and every occasion with the high keep 'em far away, reverence due to exalted greatness. To make the teachers bow their Almighty Dollar, without thee in heads an wonder what theyll do. this world we can do nothing, but For signs upon the schoolhouse with thee we can do all things. Just watch out for the Flu, When sickness lays its paralyizing Or wear a face as long as Job hand upon us thou canst provide the before this trials through. best nurses and the most skilled phyWe think this Flu a bad disease, sicians, and when the last struggle of (or wouldnt dare to doubt), For the FJu will surely get us if mortality is over and we are being borne to the last resting place of the we dont watch out. dead, then thou canst provide the Once there was two girls who band of music and the military escort they were so awful smart, thought not erect and but last least, thither, An down the hallway walkin over our graves a magnificent monufour feet apart; werent quite ment as a lasting epitaph to perpetuAn to bed that went when they ate our memory. Almighty Dollar, climbed crooked the they night whilst here enduring trials and stairs, acwe of sometimes are troubles life, cused of crimes and led before a magThere thou canst fee lawistrate. yers, influence a judge or pack a jury, and we go scott free. Be with us then in our dismal part. Almighty Dollar, there are no hypocrites in thy temple, no false heads at thy alter, for thou art worshipped the world over by civilized and savage alike, with an unfrenzied and unfaltering affection. Almighty Dollar, thy bright and shining face bespeaks thy power. Our Treasury be thy resting place; we need thee every hour. Edna Snow, But hopping into bed so quick, forgot to say their prayers. An' all the night a dreamin while the stars were shinin bright, But something seemed to trouble them, they didnt feel just right. The doctor, summoned, came in haste, an says Well, Ill declare. The Flu has got you just because you didnt take care. So now dear little innocents, that dont know what to do, n Finance. I ain't afraid to raise my mask to git a breath of air, I know darn well they all would do it if theyd only dare. They keep four feet apart, and they say ten feet is better, But I walk on and simply shock that timid other feller. T cannot go to school today, I feel so queer you know, And ma she simply drives me mad, she says, I told you so. She puts a plaster on my.chest and gives me pills galore, Till. I'm so sick I sometimes think I ain't myself no more. try to brace up and be brave, like fellows oughta be, But its mighty hard to lay in bed while other kids go free. Ive got it bad, you bet I have, there's not a bit of doubt, The Flu's got me. twill get you too, old pal if you dont watch out. Carol Ivins. 2 2. 1 YEAltS RESOLUTION'S NEW resolve to attend more strictly duties. Wayne Gardner. We resolve to cut down on powder and not use more than one box a day. Villa Bastian and Helen Miles. I resolve to forget Lund, Nevada, as much as possible and lose myself in the giddy whirl of the season. I to yeligious Observe these few directions and youll know before Im through. Of paint an powder take no heed, Roy Whitehead. but cover up your face, An' wear the mask that hides your charms, an go away in haste, AX ODE TO THE LIBRARY FLOOH Don't even stop to say hello to those you dearly love, But march along as if you feared Squeak, squeak thou noisy floor, a call from up above. roar For with thy booming If anyone too near you comes, just Thou now dost haunt me. while my shoes are new give a little shout, And say, The Flu will get you if Thou dost their squeak review, you dont watch out! Making my temper stew, Laura Gubler, 2 2. Still yet you haunt me. But in my olden years, When life has lost its tears. NOTICE!!! Oh joy! your screeching fears Then shall not daunt me. Those who have few affairs to atL. W. 20. The tend to are great speakers. less men think, the more they talk. A discussion between Mr. Nicholes Students please spend more time and Glenn in Theology, caused the thinking. rest of the class to wonder. Librarian. a Mr. Nicholes man does Why Glenns slogan. Never accept anyraise a family. Glenn For financial benefit. thing that you do not work for. Com. of SCHOOL DAYS IX FLU TIME resolve to get a girl or die trying. Lavon Sullivan. resolve to get to the study room at least once a month. Jay Pierce. resolve to do my best to liven up the solemity of student body meeting once in a while. Wyatt Miles. I resolve to say cheerfully tis better to have loved and lost than Rollo never to have loved at all. Adair. I resolve not to be sent out of the library more than four times a day. Merrill Sandberg. 1 1 1 Mr. Nicholes in Theology: In order to prove that point, we will have to deal with small things; therefore let us take a man. Elwood Papa, what is a free- thinker? A freethinker, my Mr. Romney son, is any man, who isnt married.