Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1933

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QW dvefffisezff In the following pages will be found the announcements of many reliable merchants who have contributed materially to the success of this volume. We bespeak your patronage in return. Complefe FIRESTONE One-Sfop SERVICE Firestone Tires Firestone Batteries Firestone Accessories Firestone Spark Plugs Specialized Lubrication Cities Service Gas and Oils Ignition Work HAWKINS TIRE 85 BATTERY COMPANY jackson and Market Streets Phone 2-1417 RED CROSS PHARMACY BLAINE BROS. A PORTION? "Mary Jean, come here and help me make this oatmeal. I wish people would write their recipes so they could be understoodf, Mary Ivan Thompson: "What,s wrong?" I-Irlcfn Marie Earh: "Here it says, 'Add one portion of oatmeal to two portions of water., Now, how much is a portion?" ON SCARECROWS The farmer from the next farm was boast- ing about the effectiveness of his new scare- crow. "Since I put it upf' he said, "no bird has ventured withi nhalf a mile of the held. You can't beat that." Mr. Campbell, however, was not to be out- done. "I can beat it!" he said. "Last week I put up a scarccrow in my corn field which fright- ened theb irds so much that one of them brought back two ears it had taken." LAMAR Sc SMITH F IIIIUITII Dfl'f'C'f0l'S mm' AlllbIllHl1C'C' Sc'rL'ivf' 800 Wiisi' JI-.Fl-'ERSON AVENUE DALLAS, TEXAS R. Styles for the Young man HEADQUARTERS 1,9 Pl RIDING oUTDooR Jcffefsof' MAN SHbP 6-1094 EQUIPMENT CLOTHING I I I 5 l I MILITARY EQUIPMENT 208 NORTH AKARD STREET FROM THE "LOST AND FOUND" COLUMN OF THE ACORN LosT-A new fountain pen by a young man full of ink. fSignedj jack Spillers.

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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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