Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1924

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THE III. A Latin class had been dis- cussing a picture of the Coliseum which was hanging in the class room. Miss R.: UI hope you see the sights of Rome before many yearsf' Rupert H. '4You know, I'd like to see the black-haired women." Miss R,: "Uh huh. Well, I'm not going especially to see the women." Rupert H.: "Uh, she is going to see the menf, Miss Clack: What is the definition of the word '4varmint?', Will Sutton: It is an animal to be avoid- edg for example, the polecat. Mr. Dudley: Girls generally choose wholesome reading matter. Cap Browne: Let them try 4'Whizz Bang." A class ques- Miss Clack fasking a IV tions on Macbethl : William, what did you think about Macduftvs son? William Swenson: Well, I think he was a half-wit. Lloyd Brown fat a Senior meetinglz "I shall let Bill Rathmell take the chair while l submit this suggestion to the classf' Bill R.: "Hand it to me." Breathes there a Fish with soul so dead Who never to a teacher has said, V When across the Study Hall an eraser he has sped, I "I didnit do itg it was the guy just ahead., -WILL SUTTON. ,lake illathmell persisted in talking non- sense when Mr. Anthony asked him to be sensible. Mr. Anthony: "Jake, I want you to get a pencil and piece of paper and write down Jokes -128- Q every thought that you have during the dayf' ,lakez 'Tm sorry, Mr. Anthony, but I'm afraid there would be all blank space." Mrs. Hicks, in Latin class, when Adolphus Jennings reads better than usual, '6Well, the baby is learning to walk." Miss Woodall in Public Speaking class: "Everett, make a sentence in which you use the word cadult'." Everett Boyd: HAdults, fifty centsf' Miss Woodall: "That is not a sentence. Now Everett, collect some other thought with that and make a sentence that is complete. Everett rises, assumes a dignified air and bleats out, '4Adults, fifty centsg chil- dren, two hitsfl ,lim Jennings in history class: "ML Klingman, why donlt you explain the les- sons more-like Mr. McClamery?" Mr. Klingman: A'0h, why, I might ruin my voice, you see I am going to Chicago to train it next winterfl In Study Hall, Bill Rathmell: "I hear you are a great poet, Fritz?" "Recite me one of your masterpieces." 'Tritzi' Southworth, without any thought of what he is going to say: "Once there was a little boy named Billy, And this little boy was so awful silly, That when he died, He got a free ride, To the land where it is never chilly." Mr. Anthony in Geometry class: 4'You can,t cut anything in two and make noth- ing out of it unless you cut an apple in two and eat it.',

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