Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1930

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Margaret P. Qafter an argument with XJ: "All rightg have it my way." Roscoe: "When I was in the hospital they had to blindfold me to keep my pulse down." Du Pre: "Never heard of that before." Roscoe: "Maybe you never had a pret- ty nurse take your pulse." Salesman: "You'll like this plane, Colonel Lindbergh." Linily: "I think I'll take itf' Salesman: "Shall I send you the bill today?" Lindy: "No: I think you'd better send it to Morrowf' He was seated in the parlor And he said unto the light, "Either you or I, old fellow, Will be turned down tonight." YE MIDDY EVIL DAYS Lady Lena: "What was yon terrible clatter below, Hawkins?" Hawkins: U 'Twas Sir Oscar's pants fell of the line, mum." "Do you carry the Saturday Evening Post?,' "No lady. I can't even lift it." Kemp L.: "I know a place where women don,t wear anything but brace- lets!' Leland S.: "Where?" K. L.: "Around their wristf, FABLE. Once upon a time, hundreds of years ago, there were four nice little boys- once upon a time, hundreds of years ago. Lillian S.: "My dad whistles at his work." Leota F.: "He must be very happy." Lillian S.: "No: he's a traffic cop." H-, 1, 'X CONTENTS OF THE AVERAGE CHEM NOTEBOOK. 16 Telephone numbers. 12 Drawings, girls' heads. 23 Drawings, girls' legs. 1 Imaginative drawing, the principal. 1 Preliminary draft, letter to Susan. 13 Oak Cliff addresses. 2 Dallas addresses. 5 Pages, chemistry notes. Farmer lon first visit to city and looking at skyscraperj: "So those are skyscrapers, hey? When do they start working?', Miss Ruffin fin composition classj: "Those stories about movie stars getting married should end with a comma." Byrma Wright: "Where do you think I'd be if I had a million dollars?" Lawrenfe "On my honeymoon." johnson Charskez "Did you like the gangster?" Mary Blanrhe Ware: "Oh, he was sim- ply killing!', Beth: "I hope I didn't see you smil- ing at that creatuie who just passed." Tom C.: "I hope you didn't either, dear." Miss Crane: "New York's getting punk. I'm going to Chicago." Miss Harris: "By Buffalo?" Miss Crane: "No: by train? "They tell me James Boone drowned himself in Parisf, Yes: he went in Seine." rc me I got a letter from home." Hurrah! Let's go down and spend .. it." "Wipe off your chin." "I can'tg it's fastened onf' QSOmewhere the sun in shining, some- where laughing children are at play.j lg - Ijjijfjgx i 4 lf' si fl if .iw Vi' if :LY i ., iii RM fbi 1.-3 315 M ,HN L, ,Ml

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DEAR MR. BIZALCIIMANZ Iior six or eight years I have aspired to be a debutante, and not until this year have I succeeded, and all because N of my own carelessness. My face was covered with pim- ples, blackheads and boils. I tried to discover why I wasn't a deb, I had money, fine clothes, and cars, but all in vain. One day a friend suggested that I try Bealch- man's Yeast, and, luckily, I took her advice. This photo shows the results. After using your wonderful yeast for only three years I began to notice an improvement in my complexion, and in another year it still grew betterg now, after six years, my face shows the wonderful improve- ment you see in the picture. Now I am the life of every blowout, thanks to your yeast. Gratefully yours, QJPILIITLIA Foorii lll Boyle Ave., Grand Prairie, 'Iiexas Dilau Mit. 151-..'x1.ciiM.'xN: Congratulations, sirruh, on your wonderful yeast. Please let me tell the public of my experienece and of your wonderful yeast. Life was all happiness for me until one day I noticed that pimples and boils had begun to cluster up my manly face, my condition grew worse, and my job as a piano mover was in a dangerous position, but still more boils and pimples came on until I could carry only two grand pianos at a time. Then a friend, the dear chap, recommended l'mealchman,s, and now I am in better condition than ever beforeg my old job as a piano mover was returned to me, and my condition is now so perfect that I can carry six pianos at a time, which is a very good trick. Yours trooley, I. BITA Dooiutisiois I9 Tin Can Alley Podunk, Texas Di-1 it Sms: I live with my husban in the mountans here in Arkan- saw, and I use to have the rumatil, and pimples and boils, but a friend tole me about yore yeest and it fixed me up fer good. I now go about my chores of cutting wood, building fences, feedin' cows and hogs and chick- ens, doing a little plowin' and cottin pickin', milkin' milk cows, and such trifles daily, and all the time I'm whist- lin' tunes and sech. I'm jest as happy as a chicken eating worms now since I tuck yore little yeest blocks. Yours, Etvnu' IJOOl.lTTl.l1 D.iwson's Hog-Waller Flatfoot-onvxhe-N1aiu, Arkansaw BEALCHMAN'S YEAST

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