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Schoolday Memories of Lois Bobo, Class of 8-A, 1932-33

Schoolday Memories of Lois Bobo, Class of 8-A, 1932-33


I was reading through my mother-in-law’s autograph album from 1933-34, and discovered these gems:

Alpena Pass, Ark., March 5, 1933
Dear Lois,
When you get old and cannot see
Put on your specks and think of me.
Your brother,
Troy Bobo

[This one is my favorite.]
Dearest Pal,
When you get old and ugly, as people sometimes do,
Remember that you’ve got a friend
That’s old and ugly, too.
Yours forever,
FPS

August 8, 1934
Concord [Arkansas]
Dear Lois,
True friends are like diamonds, precious but rare.
False friends are like autumn leaves, found everywhere.
A True Friend,
Amelia Belle Whitaker

[And then the one from the boy who eventually married her]
11-3-33
Dearest Loise,
Roses are red,
Violets are blue
Sugar is sweet
And so are you.
Cloise

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