Dearie, now I know just what makes me love you so.
Just what holds me and unfolds me in its golden glow;
Dearie, now I see tis each smile so bright and free,
For life’s sadness turns to gladness when you smile on me.
There are smiles that make us happy,
There are smiles that make us blue;
There are smiles that steal away the teardrops
As the sunbeams steal away the dew.
There are smiles that have a tender meaning,
That the eyes of love alone may see;
But the smiles that fill my life with sunshine
Are the smiles that you give me.
Dearie, when you smile everything in life’s worth while;
Love grows fonder as we wander down each magic mile;
Cherry melodies seem to float upon the breeze;
Doves are cooing while they’re wooing in the leafy trees.
From the Reverse side of the clipping:
… and explanation of the program of the
new State organization of former students
of the Texas A. & M. College featured
the gathering of fifty former students
of the College Station institution
at the University Club Friday at noon.
The meeting was presided over by Tyree
Bell, president of the local organization.
Announcement was made that the State
organization of alumni would change its
name from “Ex-Students’ Association” to
“Former Students’ Association,” and that
any man who had ever matriculated at
the College shall be eligible for membership,
irrespective of the length of his