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Cecil Vann: "This sure is a swell-looking
Dabney Gurley: "Yes, it,s a joy to be
Mrs. Taylor: "Ferne, what kind of a noun
Mrs. Taylor: Q'Decline it.',
Ferne: "Please donit ask me to."
Employer: "What calling do you follow,
my good man?"
Mike S.: "My wife's."
The favorite flower of almost any girl is
the Flower of American Youth.
Mother: "Edward, why are you always
at, the tail end of your class?,'
Edward: "That's all right, Motherg they
teach the same thing at both ends."
2'r 2? 2?
j. L. Mnirhead: "I want something for
Clerk: "But this is a hardware store, not
a drug store."
I. L. M.: "I know it. I want a mega-
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William Heller insisted upon having a
part he could get his teeth into, so Miss
Banker obliged him by giving him a part in
which he bit the dust.
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Miss Higgenhotharn: "Why did the peo-
ple of old believe that the earth was flat?,'
Billy H.: "Because they didn't have any
school globes to prove it was round."
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Little words of Latin,
Little lines to scan,
Make a mighty Virgil
And a crazy man falso a girlj.
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Mrs. Bryant: "How is it that you stand
so much lower in your studies in January
than in December?
Bette: "Oh, eve1'ything's marked down
after the holidays."
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Renfrow I.: "Once I hit a golf ball and
nearly killed a man."
Mr. Leftwich: "Really?,,
Renfrow I.: "Yes, the pro who was teach-
ing me almost dropped dead when I hit it."
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Billy Parrish: "Well, I must be off."
Elizabeth Covington: "That,s what I
thought when I first met youf'
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Billy P.: "I'm goin' to study Literaturef,
Charles Poteet: "Oh! Are you?"
Billy: "Yes. I want to get a literary appe-
tite. Which poets should I start with?"
Charles Poteet: "If you want a literary
appetite I think you should begin with Hogg,
Lamh and Bacon?
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Give a woman an inch, and she,ll take
25 2? 25
Lida: "Oh, what an awful cut on your
Freddie: "Oh, next to nothing, next to
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"Dot" Ashley: "Dad, what kind of a
present do you want for your birthday?"
Mr. Ashley: "Oh, I donit know. What
kind of a necktie do you have in 1rfind?"
25 2? 2?
Mr. Matthews: "Who was Homer?',
Dan Shelby: "The guy Babe Ruth made
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Gene Worden: "What does my singing
make you think of P"
Florence W.: "The neighbors."
"Then you've received an invitation that
"Yes, to a tea.',
2? 5? 2?
An editor may dig and toil
Till her finger ends are sore,
But some smart Aleck is sure to say, 5
"I've heard that joke before."
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Disgusted Movie Fan: "Now I ask you,
who enjoys a movie that's censored?"
Second Movie Fan: 'lThe censors."
Sailor Teacher Con battleshipj: "Give the
two parts of a sentenceu fexpecting to hear
subject and predicatej .
Old Salt Qscratching headj: "Sir! It is
solitary confinement and bread and water."
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One fellow who always tells on the girls
is Old Father Time.
THE GREEKS HAD A WORD FOR IT
Mrs. Clement: "This Greek statute was
buried for 2,000 years. Believe me, the
Greeks knew something about art."
Stilwell A.: "Yes, that explains why they
buried the horrible things."
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MAKING HER WORK
Carl Cmnpns: "I saw Berniece kissing her
Chemistry professor last nightf,
Betty C0-Ed: "Yes, that's her weak
C. C.: t'Kissing?,'
Betty C0-Ed: "No. Chemistry."
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Dorothy Barnett: "Make fun of my sing-
ing, if you wish, but remember there'll be a
crowd at my concert tonight."
Leighton Atteherry: 'tOh! So you're one
of those people who think three's a crowd?"
A girl can generally tell when a man's in
love with her, and, what's more, she gen-
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Mrs. Eskimo: "Well, where have you been
the last six months?"
Mr. Eskimo: "My dear, I've been sitting
up all night with a sick friendli'
Horace: "I call my girl 'I-Iinges'.',
Billy What for?"
Horace She's something to adoref,
Slippery ice-very thin,
Pretty girl-tumbled in,
Saw a boy-on a bank,
Gave a shriek-then she sank,
Boy on bank-heard her shout,
Jumped right in-helped her out,
Now he's hers-very nice,
But, she had-to break the ice.
Absent-Mindea' Business Man Qafter kiss-
ing his wifej: "Now, dear, I will dictate a
couple of letters."
Cathryn W.: "Fm saving all my short-
skirted dresses and putting them away in a
fanie L.: "For a rainy day?"
Cathryn W.: "No, a windy onef'
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Aa'mire1': "I don't see what you want
with that young millionaire, anywaylv
Girl: "Well, a large estate, a Rolls-Royce
and a choice bank account would go very
nicely with him, I'd say."
'Twas midnight in the parlor,
'Twas darkness everywhere,
The silence was unbroken,
There was nobody there.
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Dale D.: "Isn't this a stupid party?"
"Pete" Tipps: "Yes,"
Dale: "But why not let me take you
"Petey: "Sorry, I live heref'
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FAIR MAIDEN'S FIRST VOYAGE
Monday-Went down to ship today--every-
body saw me off. Everybody is nice.
Tnesctay--Met captain of ship. He is very
Wednesday-The captain tried to kiss me. I
Thursday-The captain is wild with anger!
He says that unless I consent to kiss him
he will sink the ship.
Friday-I saved the lives of 500 people.
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R, Q, C, Teacher: "Johnny, what is a mountain
johnny: "Please, mam, it is a large-sized
RIDING OUTDOOR cook stove."
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409 S. Beckley Phone 6-0078
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Complete Line of Drugs
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Along with a Complete Line of Retail jewelry
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Frencfay: ' What are you doing now? '
fuanita: "Working in a candy factoryf' JOHNNY CUNGINGSMITH' Manager
Frelwby: "What doing?" 206 North St. Paul Dallas
jnalfita: "Milking chocolates." Watch Repairing
IN sincere appreciation of the patronage and friendship of the entire stud-
ent loody and faculty of the Dallas High Schools for the past eleven years
American Beauty Cover Co.
1900-8 ORANGE STREET
TI-IE COVER ON THIS BOOK WAS PRODUCED IN THIS PLANT
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