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"Please, now, honey, just one more."
"Why not? Don't hold off just to be
"It means so much to me, dearest. Please
now, just one more and then I'll prom-
"Most girls would be flattered to death
to have me urging them like this-know
Still she shakes her head.
"Don't you want me to even like you
'fWell, then, you might be a little more
agreeable about such a small matter, dear."
"Come on now be a ood s ort dear.
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just shut your eyes and-U
"Open those red lips, just a tiny bit-
Silly, isn't itf But just how do you get
that last spoonful of cereal inside your own
Once upon a time there was a king who
had twelve snappy-looking daughters. They
slept in twelve beds all in one room, and
when they went to bed their door was
locked, but every morning their shoes were
worn through, as though they had been
dancing all night, their pocket flasks and
cigarette cases were empty. Nobody could
find out how it all happened.
The king got disgusted trying to solve
this mystery, it took away too much time
from his golf and crap-shooting, so he
broadcasted our B-L-A-W that whoever got
to the bottom of the affair could have his
cellar and the crown when he died. Who-
ever failed, after three trials would be
forced to crank the king,s Hivver the ICSI
of his life.
After about six princes threw away their
lives in the reckless manner an old pugilist
came to court. He had been told by an
old Gypsy fortune teller that if he'd wear
a derby she gave him he'd be invisible, and
if he wouldn't drink the king's home brew
the Happers offered him heid be O. K.
Well, he followed the instructions and
as soon as he started snoring the Happers
hopped out of bed and into their glad rags.
And then the worthy pugilist learned one
of the eight great truthsqit isnit the dress-
ing that takes the time, it's the application
of war paint. The war paint applied, the
fiapper with the shortest skirt and longest
ear rings blew six smoke rings under the
bed and knocked three times on her Hask
and a trap door opened in a wardrobe
trunk. They all descended, the ex-pugilist
acquired his derby and followed. At the
bottom they found twelve princes, twelve
canoes, and twelve ukeleles. After a sere-
nade of '4Bye Bye Blackbird" they proceed-
ed across a lake and Charlestoned and drank
and smoked till the orchestra wore out and
they ran out of booze and weeds. Where-
upon they returned home.
The pugilist had a red hot time, so he
decided to hold out on the king and go
again. Everything went off fine until,
when stooped over to pick up some dice the
Happer with the shortest skirt had dropped
his derby fell off. The twelve sheiks
mobbed him, bound him with ukelele
strings and gagged him with their neckties
and tossed him in the lake.
After that the flappers got conscientious
and told their ole' man all about it. Where-
upon he sighed, gave them all a new Pack-
ard roadster and the Princes all a wife,
and went down to see about his latest batch
Moral: Derbies should be treated with
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i lf Mr. Adamson, our worthy "Supe,',
4 X Should try to learn to "loop the loopl'
E As has been done by many a dupe,
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i Q funny?
i X If Mr. Leftwich, grave and stern,
I Should take this plan, his wage to earn,
And try to do a trapeze turn,
If Mr. Gillespie should try to be
As silly as some girls you see,
And quote the slang "you can search me,'
lf Miss Eisenloher should weep and wail
At all the essays old and stale,
And then forget her class to fail,
If Mr. Hamilton, on some date,
Should happen in a little late,
But mark himself ten after eight,
If Mr. Smith should try to do
The problems hels sent classes thru,
And find he had no likely clue,
If Miss Falls tried to cook
i As she has read it from a book,
1 And never at the oven look,
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A month of red hot weatherg thermometer riding the moon. All present at
roll call Sept. 20. L-O-C-K-lf-R-Sl Oh such fung 'l'IiACHIiRS! which
shall it be? Be just as we vvish. All ready for work. S-li-N-l-O-R-S Oh!
Polls opened and closed. livery class pleased with its oflicers, sponsors, teach-
ers+l mean maybe. Assemblies galore-Crack Company VVinner, .-Xeorn
and Ualq sltrimmishing' for subscriptions'-Still hot. Antique elulw springN
Football in the airl Turkey on the tahle-Leopards panting to go to top.
Acorn outl .-Xllie happy. Report Cards in for another six weelqsl l'lverj'hodj'
Oak Cliff spirit red as a cranherryl Holidays npproachingl .-Xsseinlwlv?
Scholarship Club presiding. Parties to celebrate the Christmas spirit-
Snoxv our guest, Santa Clause comes and goes-lflda watching for Santie.
New Year dawnsfgood resolutions, class spirit high. lVIr. Adamson happy.
Basket hall above the horizonflfxaminations at hand-Crain! Craml
Craml Bill and Sztphioma and all their kind in tears for their failures,
4B's meeting still.
4.-Vs quit meetingfgo out.
One-Act Play contest.
Girl Reserves and Hi-Y still meeting.
Faculty stunt the inonth's surprise.
Girl Reserve stunt-a success.
That Never-lfnding .-Xtlair the lf. A. with us.
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