Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1921

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Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX) online yearbook collection, 1921 Edition, Page 172
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. Q V 7 , H .-.. Hr iseielaftsv isasaisw 2 rf ilnkes Leap year like mistletoe is no longer UBCCSSBTY. ill it lk ll' W. R. Smith tells of an experience with a married woman. She taught him a les- son. lt was his mother. -wm- Huth: "We should love for love's sake." Edithzz "Yes, but love's charm is strong- er when the links are of gold." Fill!! THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN. 1. Mr. Coons made up his mind def- initely and gave an A-plus. 2. Bro. Schug: "Just put your books anywhere." 3. Howard Noles was on time at his class. 4. Claude busted in a course and blamed his teacher. 5. H. Pummill, g'No thanks, I've eaten plenty." 6. Douthitt: "That beats anything I could tell.', 7. Colley: "Fm not worthy of the praise given me." 8. Lois Kelly failed to laugh when she was tickled. . 9. Craig: 'il don't know, l don't keep up with baseball." 10. Bro. Morlan strained his voice lead- ing 'college yells. 11. Prexy sang a solo in Washington, D. C. 12. Miss Dunn lost her "pep.', 13. Earl Stagner had a serious thought. 14. Ruth Ratliff met classes for a whole week and didn't fuss with her teacher. 15. Dean Speck remembered a "one- 6fteen" meeting and was there on time. 16. Weldon Russell failed to ask stu- dents for annual dues. 17. Lee Coffman did not smile today. llllllllll Ray Johnson: f'There used to be some- thing about me that you liked." .lack Hays: "Yes, but you spent it." llllllilli Most of us aim well, but fail to pull the trigger. Some have no aim and try to get by with trigger work. Bro. Showalter: "Son, I hate to do this. To whip you hurts me even worse than it does you." Son: "Now, father, don't make it '00 hard on yourself, for l'm not worth it." H-s-if Mr. Coons: "Are you not going to take Chemistry next term?" Ceo. Klingman: "Not if anything else is offered." wus- Dean Speck fafter hearing a big noise in room 99: ul-lere fellers! We're hav- ing a class in here." W. R. Smith: "Well, don't let us bother y0ll.' Will! Eldon Sanders: "Do you know the Bar- row boys?" Stagner: "1 know 'wheel'." lflllllll .Marriage to Miss Hayes: Something missed. Marriage to Miss Malone: Something escaped. lllkllll' Herbert Sikes fto Dump Rowsey who sat on a pillowlz "Say, is that a luxury or a necessity?" Dump: "A necessity." Herbert: "I was thinking if it was a luxury there should be some tax on it." wlwkt C. Gobble:"'Have you heard about the fight?" Q Alexander: 'iNo, what about it?" C. Cobble: 'iWolfe licked his paw." iii!! K. McKenzie: "1 appreciate your pro- posal but circumstances forbid my ac- ceptancef' Colley: "What are the circumstances?" Kate: "Yours" un How hard it is to be poor, yet how easy. 4101441 Walter: "My wife used to talk of tak- ing up law, but now she is content with laying it down." -171- ...... ..... . ........ s ...... .... - 'I

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