The Bright Leads to Progress
by Regina N. Taylor
How about something cheerful
As an asset for AAPA?
We’ve heard a lot of tearful
Thoughts from out “defeatist” way.
Now we’d like to sing the praises,
Of a witty little song.
That to the rooftop raises,
The enjoyment when you belong!
We’ve had enough mournful crying
Of political disunity.
How’s about all of us trying
To smile on this Ajay Community?
We of The Bond enjoy our hobby,
And we know that you do too!
Let’s be bright; cut the sobby
Tales of woe; we will, will you?
Mrs. Eva Clevenger…
Another newcomer and Hoosier is known as “Little Eva” and “The Big Blonde.” She edits and publishes Trojan and The Sequoyah Totem. Besides being a member of the Lone Indian Fraternity, she is president of the Sequoyah Chapter of LIF in Indiana, and a member of the Indiana Amateur Press Association and the Hoosier Amateur Press Association. In her spare time she works for Higgs in the same manufacturing concern. She likes to read poems.
More Lives are needed. Send yours and we will print it. Newcomers especially welcome!
Cabbage, one of the oldest of cultivated plants, is supposed to have had its origin either on the chalk cliffs near Dover, England, or in the lime-rich soil of the Mediterranean Coast of France.
Mystery of the Month
What co-editor helped publish a paper she didn’t even know was being published? Answer next month – but if you read this, Walt, what goes on?
by Doris Schwanke
Tops of the month for: –
News – APC News
Features – Missouri Girl Gazette
Club – New Jersey Amateur
War – Nutmegger
Variety – Gator Growl
Printing – Monthly Herald
A politician was interrupted by a man in the crowd, who repeatedly shouted “Liar!”
After about the twentieth repetition, the speaker paused and eyed his tormentor.
“If the man who persists in interrupting,” he said “will be good enough to tell us his name instead of merely shouting out his profession, I’m sure we shall be pleased to make his acquaintance.” – The Dairy Farmers’ Digest.
Edited and Published for the AAPA by
Irvington, N. J.
Otselic, New York
Lone Jack, Missouri
Printed by The Homestead Press, Otselic, N. Y.