Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1931

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Paul L.: "Have you heard about the murder mystery Russell: "No, what about it?" Paul L.: "Yesterday, in the library, Miss Alex found a boyls nose buried in a book." -yn Miss Clyeffez 'iLouie, give an example of a concrete nounf' Louie Berry: "A side-walkf, Miss Clyefle: "Now, give me an ex- ample of an abstract noun." Louie: "Vanilla." Miss Bell: 'tCan ou ive me anv I y g . facts about Milton's life?" jane Neff: "He married and wrote 'Paradise Lostl, then his wife died and he wrote 'Paradise Regainedfu Miss Graves: "W'hat is your fatherls occupation, Billy?" Bill' Slelifrrz "I'Ie's a worm imita- 5 tor? Miss Grazfesz "What is that?U Billy: "He bores holes in furniture for an antique dealer." Harrell B. findignantlyj: "That par- rot you sold me hadn't been in the house a day before it began to swear dread- fullyf' Dealer: "Well, Sir, you asked for one that would be quick to learn." Mrs. Baulzer: "Judy, you talk so much you must have been vaccinated with a phonograph needlef' "I want to get a good novel to read on the train-something pathetic," said Jes- sie Langston to a book salesman. "Let me see, how would the 'Last Days of Pompeii' do?" "Pompeii? I never heard of him. What did he die of?,' "I'm not quite sure, ma'am," replied the salesman, "some kind of eruption, I believe." Erwin: "A writer declares that lots of people keep coins for luck." Hzigb F.: "Anyone who keeps coins for any length of time in these days is very lucky, I'll say.', zviflw F.: "Do you know a fellow down your way with one leg named 'Bill'?', Milrlreil S.: "I'm not sure: what's the name of the other leg?U Kaflarynz "You don't seem to get the thrill you used to get out of kissing me." Wfalfrr: "No, conditions are bad everywhere." Geneva Beard: "Will I get everything I pray for, Mother?" Moflaer lcautiouslyj: "Everything that's good for you." Gemtfa Qdisgustedlyj: "Oh whatls the use, then? I get that any wayf, Wilma D.: "Did you ever hear about the flyer who found, after making the al- titude record, that his propeller was all gummed up with butter?,' Doroflay fonts: "Why, how was that?" Wilizza: "XVhy, he churned it when he went through the milky wayf' Ruby Mae: "How did you spend your summer?" Virginia W.: "Oh, I was doing some etching and what-notf' Rainy Mae: "Oh, were you troubled by mosquitoes, too?,, Dorofby Hall: "Does your husband worry about the grocery bill?,' Franres: "No, he says that there is no use in both himself and the grocer worry- ing ovtr the same bill."

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"Can I get through this gate to the park?" asked Nita Mae of a little boy. "I guess so: a load of hay just went through." It was Pat's first attendance at a meet- ing. When the chairman announced that as the result of a vote there were forty- two noes to twenty-one ayes, Pat began to Hdget in his seat, and then got up and started for the platform. "Sit down there," yelled the chairman. "No, begarro," said Pat, "not until I look this audience in the face. I want to see them humans that has more noses than eyesf, A Chinese truckman in San Francisco sent the following bill to a grocer for de- livering orders: 10 Goes 10 Comes at 50c a Went, .,,e, ,,,,,, S 5.00 AW ,CHUTE Then there's Fay Lewis, the aviatrix, who was dropped when she couldn't keep up in her studies. Mr. Cznzyus: "Some acids are much stronger than others: I'll take carbolic acid as an cxamplef' Class: "NVhoopee!', Belbine: "So you thought up this joke all by yourself?' Eloise: "Yep, out of my own head." Betbinc: "You must bef, Mr. Allen says, with business What it is, the nearest he comes to traveling is having that far away look. Minister: "Do you ever attend a place of worship on Sunday? Ben G.: "Why, yes: I'm on my way to her house now." Cora M.: "They say Dot J. plays golf just like a man." Nora M.: "Wouldn,t you think she would be ashamed to use such language?" Vincmt: "XVould you object if I kissed you?" Anita: CNO answerj. Virzcrnt: "Would you mind if I kissed you?" Anita: QNO answerj. Vincent: "Say are you deaf?,' Anita: "No, are you dumb?', Miss Cooper: K'Do you think that air- planes will ever supplant automobiles?" Norman L.: "No, Who would want to park in a damp cloud?,' Miss Bell: "Who was George Wash- ington?" Betlaine W.: "I-Ie's the guy whose wife makes candy." Billie Shaw: "Yes, my parents tried hard to keep me from being an artist." Critic: "I congratulate them on their success." Mr. Smitla: "I said something to my wife the other day and she hasn't spoken to me sincef' Mr. Leftwicla lcagerlyj: "Can you re- member what you said?" A. G.: "Have you heard the tale of the absent-minded professor who went to step in his car and fell over because it wasn't there?,' T. C.: "No, but did you hear of the man who struck a match to see if he had switched off the electric light?" Kemp L.: "Dad, what is diplomacy?" Mr. Lewis: "Diplomacy, my son, is trlling a girl that when you look in her eyes time stands still, when she has a face that would stop a clock."

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