The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959

BRA CKENRIDGE HALL.
(ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.)
THANKSGIVING DAY, 1892.
Velascos % Dozen Raw, 7c.
IV head this long list to give the neal zest,
You simply starl up, we do tho rest.-E/lsworth.
Biloxie Oyster Stew, 4c.
A dainly d:sli to set before a'King.-Mother Goose.
Corpus Christies, % Dozen Fried, 7c.
Fat Tom Greer, of this oood eheer,
Nor pencil steal again this' year .-Ilamer.
Stuffed Turkey Roast, 50.
' Tis false! The one who says that Iwalk turkey, lies.'-Springall.
Roast Beef, Onion Gravy, 4c.
' Tis steer meat, the thing I love, slaughter it.-E. Dick.
Lobster Salad, 5c.
A mixture fine, to make the senses keen
The Freshman's dish! 0; glorious green.-Jones.
Potatoes, 3c. Yams. 3c. Squash, 3c. Turnips, 3c.
Ah! Good plain fare, sensible as Post Graduates.-iEtter,
Plum Pudding, 3c. Orange Cream Pie, 3c. Mince Pie, 3c.
Sweeter than the Ashbels, aye! and ch'aper.-Schoch.
Sunset Ice Cream.
Whew! ' Tis colder than a senior girl.- Thompson.
Vanilla Wafers, 3c. Angel Food, 3c. Sponge Cake, 3c.
' Tis light and sweet! ' Twere not the weight of a litle ".. ."-Benedict.
Coffee.
Strong as our Faculty, and bitter too.
Orange, 3c. Bananas, 3c. Nuts, 3c. Etc. Etc.
These brick a brac are last and least,
To close our good Thanksgiving feast.-Beck.

Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101173/. Accessed October 23, 2014.