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April 20. At table, "Do you have good roads in Altoona?"
Janet Davis, "Oh yes, all the streets are paved with alfalfa."
April 22. Miss King in spelling class, "H-o-a-r-d is the verb, h-o-r-d-e the noun
P. Turtein, "Which way do you spell coal-hod."
April 23. Rain prevents Easter number of the Fashion Show.
April 24. Louise Stillwell, discoursing on dogs, "When you are raising Collies, you have to be awful car-
ful about distemper."
Janet Davis, "Distemper? Why they have perfectly lovely dispositionsf
April 26. E.. Wood, "A spectrum is a ghost."
I wonder if that girl tries to bluff!
April 27. At German table, "I am knitting a sweater, Frau Cramer."
Frau Cramer, "I hope that you won't get too wrapped up in it, Dorothy."
Dot, "There is enough to be wrapped up in yet, Frau Cramer."
April 27. Passerby, "What are those wild shrieks-fire?"
"No, just baseball."
May IO. Joe appears with bangs. One more added to the bang crowd. Miss Countway asks Marj
what to call those naughty children who cut bangs.
Marj, "The little cut-ups."