Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1933

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W N G ef. t ' X J i w wf nyy x W f MODERN CAMPING Willie Clark: "Hello, where have you been?" lark Rice: "just got back from a camping trip." Willie Clark: "Roughing it, eh?" lack Rice: "I'll say so! Why, one day our portable dynamo went off and we had no hot water, electric lights, ice, heat or radio for almost two hours!" RESOURCEFULNESS We cannot but admire the resource of Pete Ficklen who wrote down, "On their heads," in answer to a question from Miss Harris as to where the kings of England were crowned, and a similarly naive reply was given by him in response to the question, "Explain what happens when there is an eclipse of the sun," when he answered, truthfully enough, "A great many people go out to see it." 54' 7? 3? WHEN IT MOVES W. L. Lindsey: "Your car rattles dread- fully. Does it always do this?" I. P. Neal: "Oh, no-only when it is in motion." Pi' 2? If AND A-SALTED Miss Langford Qreading item from Man- churiaj: "What does it mean here by 'sea- soned trops,' I-L?" I. H. Killougb Qimmediatelyj: "Mustered by the officers and peppered by the enemy." SOME PITCHER! Marjorie Crouch fseeing her first ball gamej: "Isn't our pitcher, Walter Crowell, perfectly grand! He hits the club nearly every time he throws!" HELPING OUT Miss Haseltine Qto Norman Rogers trying to buy a ticket to "Chonita"j: "The best seat I can give you is one in the fourth row." Norman: "No, I must have one in the first row." Miss Haseltine: "All right, go get a fiddle and I'll put you in the orchestra." HARD PART Cleon Poole: "Gwendolyn Harrison has a very difficult role in the show the Dramatic Society is giving." Berriadine Edmonson: "DifIicult? Why, she hasn't a word to say." Cleon Poole: "Well, what could be more BRITAIN'S CAPITAL "Tell me,'l said Miss Cooper, "where is the capital of England?" "Please," replied Margaret McQuary, "I heard dad say most of it was in America and Francef, ONE OR THE OTHER Miss Ruth Bell: "Why is your handwrit- ing so bad, Buddy?" Buddy Brown: "Well, if it was better you wouldn't like my spelling." A PERFECT EXAMPLE Miss Ruffin: "Give me an example of the fitness of a name to the thing to which it is applied." Cecil MeCulley: "An orange, ma'am. An orange is orange in color, it has the shape of an orange, the taste of an orange, and it is really and truly an orange, as its name would lead you to expect." 2? PC- :P OR A HAMMER Lovella: "These are the first biscuits I ever baked. Take your pick." Mrs. Walraverz: "My dear! Are they as hard as that?" THAT REBUKE Little Mildred fafter watching her brother eat several big pieces of cakej : "Mamma,isn't it funny how much larger Forney really is than he seems to be from the outside?', YOUNG WEBSTER Miss Anna Bell: "What is etiqutte, son?" Marshall Ware: "It's when you have to say, 'No, thank you,' when you really want to say, P 'Gimme some . SOMETIMES IMITATION Mrs. Clement: "Do you like antiue furni- ture?', Billy Halliburton: "Yes, though it's not always what it is cracked up to be." NO SUCH PLACE Teacher: "Will someone give us an exam- ple of modern fiction Elsie Mar' Morrow: "The term 'safety zone,." an TRIPLE CONTROL lim Carnes: "Robert, how many controls are on your radio set?" Robert Hemlerson: "Three--papa, mamma and Anna." ..-Q s M 1 k,N.- Z i Q i f , W I 4 I .Q i' 'S 7, pl ii -V i at 'I '7 N WO le B 4. Ai, Poi - , 'N W sl , l N ix li Nfl.. Q. ff-' '-

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'HM of X w Nl X52 I W A , A I 95,1 ff X . V,,, Q- KJ KN ylgz A 1 , S, K, X Miss Clyeftc: "Use the word 'boycott' in Mrs. Clleniefiis: "Taylor, can you give me - a sentence. an examp e o armony?" I. 1 1 IHKQS x 1. ll s F7 llli f X W . ti all rs f l l l l Nil fr ll . :FCM l ii' . sv I W I 2 l if 7, l iggvl f ' i .6- -.- l si- 1 F l qv Yxx if x I l .fx . 5 . f --ls,ii,t Charles Reililiiig: "It rained that night and the boycott an awful coldf' But now that times have changed somewhat, Along a different plan, A dear, with powder on her nose, Goes out to catch a man. Miss Harris: "In what battle did General Wolfe, when hearing of victory, cry, 'I die happy?" Billy Bt'ai'h1ini: UI think it was in his last battlef, Leighfon Aftelaerry: "Do you think Mr. Cunyus put enough fire into his lecture?,' Clofla Tatum: 'IRather, the trouble was he didnlt put enough of his lecture in the firef' john Sprague: "My, how fast your heart beats. It sounds like a drum." 1"rant'r's Hahn: "Yes, that's a call to arms." Pop Noah: "NVhere do you bathe?' F. W. Acldison: "In the springf' Pop: "I didn't ask you when: I asked wheref, Ezluxin Roherfs: "What is mistletoe-a vine or tree?" Ezl Shaw: "Neitherg it's an excuse." Sehorn Kilezfr: "Do you like Shakesperean rolcs?,' Balh Gajforil: "I donlt know: I never ate themf, SENSE AND NONSENSE Dean fH01lSf0HJ2 "You've got to have a pull to get ahead." Broiher Smith: "You,ve got to have a head to get a pull? Iiianifa Gibson: "Why is it that good look- ing men are always broke?' Chauncey Brown: "What makes you think I'rn broke?" Wajilaiid Philley: "I thought surely I heard the voice of the people calling mef' Friend: "You must have heard yourself thinking out loudf, Farmer Greer: "I guess I can make more money sticking to my penf, Mary F. Tirlwell: "Oh, a writer, eh?,' Farmer Greer: "No, I raise pigs." Taylor Ogclcfn: "I-Iow about a freckled- faced girl wearing a polka dot dress leading a giraffe?" Willia-iii Keith: "I'm a self-made man, I amf' Deane Bell: "Yeah, but you quit too soon." Miss Bell: "What is heredity? james Slzircliifant: "Something a father be- lieves in until his sons begins acting like a fool? Margie' Griilahs: "Ralph, there's a motor- cycle chasing us. Is it a trailic officer?" Ralph Walters: UNO, worse. Itls the guy who collects the installments on this carf' Helen Wfooclvoelz: "What tense is 'I am beautiful'?'I Frances Batson: "Past!" Lorraine Sinifh: "How do you know that Mrs. Ham is old?" Fannie Norman: "I heard her say that she had taught Chaucerf, THAT KIND OF CAR Grant Lalzr: "Do you do repairing here?" Garage Owner: "Yeah, but we don't do manufacturingf, FOLLOWING HIS BENT "What profession is your boy going to se- lect, Mr. Hamm?" "I'm going to educate him to be a lawyerf' replied the father. "I-Ie,s naturally argumen- tative an' bent on gettin' mixed up with other people's troubles, an, he might jest as well get paid for his timef, PROOF Mr. Czinjfns: "I heard a new story the other day. I wonder if I've told it to you?', Miss Tilley: "Is it funny?', Mr. Ciinyns: I'Yes." Miss Tilley: "Then you haven't.', TRUTHFUL Mr. Arlamison: "Is your friend, Charles Worley, in the habit of talking to himself when he is alone?" Glenn Tinnin: "To tell the truth, Mr. Adamson, I never was with him when he was alone."

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