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Page 155 text:
DRY GOODS AND SHOES
INTER- 0 , VAN
wovi-ix . HPQUSEN
socks I SHIRTS
7th and Bishop-Oak Cliff
"Trfm'c' W7iflv fbi' Boyxl'
Maxifze F.: "I fecl like a nice cool malted
milk. How about you?'
Hilly: " I dunno, what,s :1 mnlted milk
Lnvillv Mr.: "Why did they take Judy
out of the game?"
Bc'r11ic'1': "The cameraman claimed he
didn,t photograph well."
"What do you mean by the witehing
"Well, tl121IZ,S when your wife greets you
early in the morning with 'which story is it
this time? U
Indy: MI can't sleep with that light on.',
Indy: 'Tm not :1 light sleeper."
Iffzyz' L.: "Is your boy friend the kind
of man you'd want your mother to meet?"
Dorofby R.: t'He:1vens no, she might
want to marry him herself."
And then there is the absent-minded pro-
fessor who had the students write the exam
questions while he answered them.
Frank M.: "Were you trying to catch
that street car?"
10011 M.: "Oh, no, I was merely fright-
ening it away from the cornerf'
Prof.: "Give me .ln illustration of noth-
lark. B.: "A hlndeless knife without I1
SOUTI-ILA D ICE COMPA Y
so ToTE'M stations in oak Cliff
XVI' Appifwinlff Your PflfI'0lIflgl'
Page 154 text:
"W'hc're Oak Clif? Trades"
6-2 I 3 I 6-21 3 I
If you think our wit is rotten
"I can,t endorse that note," said Miss And you do not like our style
. . . 1 b ' ll,
I-Iaseltme, as the critic struck a false key. And'Ll1:tCO?3inu?iXZI1i?g mm Ce S
Mr. McDougal fsarcasticallyj: "Say, it's
twelve o,cl0ck, do you think you can stay M... Cunym: ffwhat is steamy,
here all n1te?,'
R. B.: "Wcll, I'l1 have to telephone Affhffi Qiwafef, C1'21ZY with heat-U
R- O' C' Iobn C.: "If I had known that tunnel
was so long, I would have kissed you."
S110 D.: "Heavens! wasn't that you?"
Q ' 9 O110: "Do you know how they take the
Q I I I P census in Scotland?"
mumnv EQUIPMENT Anotlaer: "No. How?"
One: "They race a penny down the
zos N. AKARD sTREET Street?
Tom: "Name a profitless enterprise."
. U . . . . . TI-IE BALCOM CO., Inc.
fuklez Telling hair raising stories to a
bald headed man."
Y R. C. A. Radiolzzs Afwafcr Kem' Radios
was I doing? Wliy, I s
Loud Speaker :Sl Public Address System
T. C.: "XVhat
s doing the Paralysis Glidef'
321 N. Bishop
Eloise: "Wl1yda call it that?,'
T. C.: Oh, just one stroke after an- Tel' 9-8300
Page 156 text:
Bcsf Wis!Jf's fo You All
Hicks-Gaston P'tg Co.
Svlzool PVillfiIl1Q Om' Sjnwialfwy
U29 klaeksun 2-S51
A stag should be called nobody's fool. HC doesnit chew, he doesn't smoke
He never tell a dirty joke,
3' He doesn't drink, he does not neck,
AUSTIN WOOLEN CO.
1514 Main Street
S. T. CURRY, Manager
Groves-Barns Lumber Co.
Lumber, Hardware, Paints,
Your Building Sforc'
He does not even kiss by heck,
He does not swear, he does not dance
He never gives the dames a glance,
He keeps his pennies in his pants.
Did you ever hear about the Scotchman
who took his caviar in capsules, so he
xvouldn't acquire a taste for the stuff.
f'lr4'fvir': "1 could go on lovin you for-
Murflm: "Aw, go mn
7716 Pri? Of Laleeside
oak Cfzff 1 1 Lied X ,
, ' - - - Lczufzdfy
1 l LET THE BIGGEST. '.
Zangs and ' and
am is p ' IN OAK CLIFF - o '
M I 'Q no voun wasnmc . Clezzzzzng
Phone 6-S161 Q Q U .fra : ,jf . A
XV HICH M A RY
Marv had Q. little lamb
Given her to keep
It folowed her around until
It died from lack of sleep.
Jewelry Wfatch Repairing
Midway Pharmacy jeweler
Beckley at jefferson
13114111711 Dazlivl: "NVonder where lgot
these dog hairs on my coat?"
Ralph W.: "Puppy love, perhapsf'
F R EE D M AN , S
213 XV. jellerson 213 W, Jeifersou
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