Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1932

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Anthony Qsmiting the stringsj: This harp seems to sing that you love me. Cleopatra: But, Mark old boy, thatls not a harp: it's a lyre. judge: What do you mean by running down this person in broad daylight on a perfectly straight road? Welborn Mark: Your honor, my window shield was almost totally obscured with safety-first stickers. :E 2? 25 The Twelfth Liszt Rhapsody was being played by Curtis M. Elise E.: Wonderful, Wonderful! Miss Haseltine: How he plays it, you mean? Elsie E.: No, how the piano stands it. :i- sp :5 She: Why didn't you tag me at the dance last night? He: I have already got your number. Q K- PS- "Is he a good chemistry student?', "Good! I should say he is-he,s got the acids eating right out of his hands." Mr. Hamilton Qmaking assignment to Physics Classl: Tomorrow, start with light- ning and go to thunder. Elizabeth Tipps: Well if I give you just one kiss will you promise never to ask for another? Paul Calwell: You should know more about your kisses than I do. 25 Fi- 2? Father of Girl: And upon what income do you propose to support my daughter? Young Man: Five thousand a year. F. of G.: Oh, I see. Then with her private income of five thousand a- Y. M.: I've counted that in. DUDE'S DICTIONARY Broncs-A section of New York City. Cattle-A pot used for cooking. Colt-What you catch from sitting in a draft. Corral-A sort of shell. Heifer-A gentle breeze. Lariat-A kind of card game. Mare-The head of a town. Ox-To question. Ranch-A sort of tool. Rodeo-Used for listening to broadcast- ing stations. Sombrero-A half breed Mexican. La Verne Howard: Say, it's past midnight. Do you think you can stav here all night? Ashley jones: I'll have to phone mother first. 95 25 25 Mr. Hosty: I hear my son has owed you for a suit for three years. Tailor: Yes, sir. Have you called to settle the account? Mr. Hasty: No, I want a suit on the same terms. Q 25 71' 95 Mrs. Stnrdivant: Did you give the goldfish fresh water today? I james: No, they didn't drink all the water I gave them yesterday. il- re 51' Lloyd Russel: You know, clothes always give one a lot of confidence. johnnie Sprague: Yes, you can go a num- ber of places with them where you couldn't go without them. Say, Pa! Well, what is it now? When deaf mutes have hot words, do they get their fingers burned?

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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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