Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1932

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Margaret Bourn: I hear you are a collector of antiques. Ed Shaw: Yes, I have a very rare type- writer which was owned by Napoleon. Margaret Bourn: But that's impossible. Typewriters hadn't been invented in Na- poleon's time. Ed Shaw: I know it. Thatls what makes it so rare. 75 55 75 "Tuff luck," said the egg in the mon- astery. "Out of the frying pan into the friarf' 75 5? 9? UNANIMOUS You often used to say that I Was finer far than you, And after it was much too late, I found that this was true. Malcolm MeLarry: What is the literal Latin for "He pretended he wanted to ride." Fred Goerner: Hitch, hike, hokum. Mrs. Cnnyns: Goodness, George! This is not our baby! This is the wrong carriage. Mr. Cnnyns: Shut up! This is a better carriage. 3-' 5: ?r Clarence Gardner: Do you suffer from pink tooth brush? "Lou" Hassell: Yes. Clarence Gardner: Then why don't you get a green one? , 'L 55 :G Billy Large: Why have you been sitting in your car all afternoon, Ed? Edwin Moore: I'm waiting for two gentle- men. The guy who owns the car in front of me and the guy who owns the car in back. ga gg. 55 Father: I hear you are always at the bottom of the class. Can't you get another place? Son: No, father, all the others are taken. Miss Rujin: Your composition on your dog is taken word for word from your brother's paper. How's that? james Wilson: Well, itls the same dog. And did you hear about Nina Jewel thinking that when football substitutes ran out on the field with their hand up, they were being sworn in? V "Any abnormal students in your class?" inquired the inspector. Miss Rutlo Bell: Yes, two of them have good manners. Modine Tucker: Can you drive with one hand? Ed. Moore: I'll tell the world I can. Modine: Then have an apple. Old gentleman Qseeing the small colored boy was having trouble getting away with the melon he was trying to eatj . Too much melon, isn't it, Rastus? Small colored boy-No, suh, boss, not ,nuff niggah. I "This let,s me out," said the largest toe as the shoe rubbed a hole in the sock. R. O. T. C. Brute: Not a man in this company will be given liberty this after- noon. Voice: Give me liberty or give me death. Colonel LeVilloux: Who said that? Voice: Patrick Henry. Some girls are born insane-boys drive others that way-and some are editors of high school annuals. 2? 2? :E Miss Langford: What raw materials are imported from France? Wayland Philly: Books and plays. 21'

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N . me . W 'M'-Lf...... . ai-Q-a,..,4,4-.,x N, Edwin Cleveland: Why did you send back your new radio? Curtis Mallory: Well, the music was all right, but the lights were too dim to read by. Leon Geiser: Rip, you are the biggest nut in school. Rip Nichols: lim not. Mr. Leftwieb: Boys, boys, don't forget that I'm here. Dorothy Cheek: Have you any poor rela- tions? Tiny Gruneisen: Not one that I know of. Cheek: Have you rich relations? Tiny: Not one that knows me. Auntie: Now do you know where bad little girls go to? Vada Marie: Oh yes-they go almost ev- erywhere. Gentleman fat the doorj : Is May in? Maid: May who? N Gentleman fpeevedj: Mayonnaise. Maid fshutting doorj: Mayonnaise is dressin g. 7? DG DP Billy Shaw: I shall not marry la woman unless she is exactly my opposite. Robert Bogardns: One so perfect never lived. If a blind flea walking on stilts across Niagara Falls in a day and a half, and it takes an hour and a half for a hard dough- nut to sink in a barrel of apple sauce, how many yards of pickled tripe does it take to make a pair ofpants for a baby elephant? Pl' 2? 2? Lamon Burt attended a confessional- "Father, I want to confess to kissing a beautiful maiden," was the way Lamonis pleading commenced. "How many times did you commit this grave sin?" asked the reverend father. "Father, I came to confess-not to brag." Paul jones: Hey, where are you going in such a hurry? Preston M.: Me? Oh, I'm trying to stop a fight. Paul I.: Between whom? Preston M.: Me and another guy. Alice LeVillonx: Don't you really know the difference between a haunted house and an adorable fellow who wants to kiss you? Gerald Bell: No, honestly. Alice: Well, you can't let the haunted house. Mrs. Kendrick: I don't want you to get any paper on the floor where you're sitting. Helen Riddels: But Iim not sitting on the floor. Did you ever consider how absence Makes the marks grow rounder? Dorothy Lancaster: But anyway, dear, we must give Jack credit for getting her a nice engagement ring. Lucille McLeroy: Oh, no, we needn't-the jeweler's given him credit for that. 2? :P :P Glenn Carlson: After all a fellow is better off if he stays at home at night and reads a good book. V Rea McCain: That's right-I couldn't get I1 date either. Fred Murray: If a man is born in France, lives in Spain, dies in America, what is he? I. W. Stanley: A corpse. 5? 9? il' Miss Bell: Why do you stay behind in your studies? Fletcher Pope: How else could I keep pur- suing thewrr : t ii' 51' 31' Ionnie S.: My girl has two faults. Ionnie H.: 'You, and who else?

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