Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1927

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Qt irhsofxx page Extelle: "When I read about some of these wonderful inventions in electricity it makes me think a Iittlef, Illr. Hamilton: "Yes, isn't it remarkable what electricity can doin lggi MEMORIES Last Night while I was looking Through An old trunk Some letters Tied with Blue ribbon I found A dozen Thoughts flashed Through my mind And I was Worried. Not because Of any sweet Meniories Or guilty conscience But because For the life of me. I couldn't remember Who signed Those letters ug An e . I . Q ..,,,,,., . "This letter won't go for two eents,', ex- plained the postmaster. "It's too heavy. You'll have to put another stamp on it." "G'wanl,' grinned Jack. 'cIt's kiddin' me you are. Another stamp would make it heavier." 3'---it e, , Come Little Bo Blue come blow Vour sax 1 Y. , 1 ' For flappers in Hivvers or Cadillacsg O' where is the sheik that looks after the uchicksiv He's "petting" or speeding 'way out in the Usticksv. ,i 0 L... 9.0 Bud: "Something seems to be wrong with this engine, it-U Illariafz: "Don,t talk foolish, wait until we get OH' this main roadf, .A.:,,. Cwmmer fon Sunday morningj: "Give me change for a dime, pleasef, Hezlfey: '5Sure, and I hope you enjoy the sermon.', 0 ,g,.,,, A maid entered a suburban bus, And firmly grasped a strap, And every time they hit a hole She sat in a different lap. The holes grew deeper, the jerking worse Till at last she gasped with a smile, HWill someone kindly tell me, please, How many laps to a milefn o .., ...xi For folk: to lie about Meir frierzflf Is mzrfy dll!! zuzmulhg Aillf ye!-if might be len timer 'zvorse If they thou!! fel! the trufh. mm , 4.4, 'KOh, what a cute little dolly! Does she say llVIammay when you squeeze herfn "Nawl My dolly's a modern doll. When you squeeze her, she says, 'Oh, boyl' " 1,,:,.i AUM: M: "Where did you learn to be- come such a good knight, Sir Lancelot?" Earl' S: 'cAt knight school, of coursef, Tse ei My Q t sssjc s if I es J 195 LP-X "MI I



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