Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1924

Page 130 of 172

 

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Q Crue tqzatrtasntionr Mr. Klingman: When a Japanese student fails a course at the university, he jumps into the ocean. Miller Harris: I'm glad that isn't a cus- tom in this country. Helen Paxton: I insist that zero will go into one once. Mark: All right. You get a gallon buck- et and a barrel of nothing and see how long it will take you to fill the bucket. George Stowe: Pete was almost drowned last night. Grace: Really? How? George: The pillow slipped, the bed spread, and he fell through the mattress in- to the spring. Miss Clack: Whom does Lady Macbeth resemble? Will Sutton: The twentieth century wo- man. Floyd Thomas: When does a variable reach its limit? Mark Anthony: When the difference be- tween them becomes less than the small end of nothing sharpened to a point. Mr. McGlamery: The people called these little bills "shin-plastersf' Bill Rathmell: I guess they carried them in their socks. K Mr. Klingman lspeaking of an article in "'l he Literary Digestvli "How many of you saw this on the North Pole?" Bill Bathmell: Thereis lots of electricity in my hair. Helen Paxton: Sure. It's connected to a dry cell. Jokes -126- Miss Woodall: "Whitt, if you should be called upon to prove that Abilene is a good place to live in, what would you tell them firstf, Whitt: 'Td tell them what beautiful colored water we have here." Of all sad words Of tongue or pen, The saddest are these: "Write this theme again!" Miss Clack: "What is the difference be- tween deer and dear?" Bill Rathmell: 'LThe first refers to an animal that is graceful and swift, but shy and timid: while the latter refers to an animal who is graceful, swift, but usually brazen and boldf' Football Player fduring Waco gamelz "You're the most wonderful girl I ever sawf' Girl in Pep Squad: "Hold that line.' Heard in the "Pep,' Squad at a football game: "Hold 'em-I know you can!" Mr. Dudley: "How is your algebra class?" Miss Harrison: S'They are just a bunch of dummies. I have taught them all I know and still they don't know a thing." Mr. Lynch, in seventh period Chemistry class: 4'l don't like for you to use slang, although it is abbreviated. Sallie, here, said in her notebook that she held a test tube of gas over a flame and it burned like Hg-. t A.H.S. or Qiffifgfffyfygggyyzfgffffff H K

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