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The :advertisers in this section of the
Oak have contributed their support to-
' Ward making the annual a success.
Z They have shown their Willingness to
it support the student body in their
. undertaking and deserve the undivided
patronage of the students.
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Page 138 text:
We offer jokes
Pictures and poems, too.
We tell you this
gfie "Hello, folks!
To let you know
What we're trying to do.',
Mr. Smith: "Any dumb-bell can work
this problem. Now watch me."
"No matter where the leopard hides, it's
Miss Graves: "Sorry, but they won't leave.
I told them that you were out."
Mr. Allen: "Well, I guess I'll have to go
tell them myself."
"Lives of football men remind us
That we too can push and shove
And departing leave behind us
Hoof prints on another's mug."
Ile: "If you should say 'no', I'd go right
out and shoot myself."
Sbe: "If I should say 'yes', I'd go right
out and shoot myself."
Miss Anna Belle: "Can you tell me the
Rule of l756?"
Sfmlvilf: "I pass."
Miss Bell: "You,re mistaken. You Hunk."
Alf Burr: "How long will I have to wait
for a shave?"
Barber Qstroking his chinj: "About two
Thomas Price: "Only fools are positive'
Tribe Slil'il'klll1J "Are you sure?',
Thomas: 'Tm positive."
Miss Ruffin: "Give me a sentence with
the word 'fascinate'."
Carl Czmzmings: "I have ten buttons on
my shirt, but I only fasten eight."
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A Visifor: "Are those people over there
Froxlr: "No, madam, this is high school."
H. C. Maiileil: "Have you seen my belt
around the house?"
Sill!! Fiiirlr: "Oh! Did you put it around
Faifb Amos: "Lewis, did any one ever
tell you how Wonderful you sing?"
Lewis Barr: "I don't believe they did."
Faiila: "Then where did you get the
Irafz' Muffler: "I'll teach you to kiss my
Leon Price: "You are too late. I've
Carlos Iones: "They say that you are
going to marry Grace because her aunt died
and left her a fortunef'
I. E. Willis: "No, I will marry her, no
matter who leaves her the fortune."
Grim' Amos: "Why don't you take your
handkerchief all the way out of your pocket
when you blow your nose?,'
lark Wfillis: "'Cause that isn't my hand-
kerchief, that's my shirt tail."
The taxi came to a halt. Ed Sneed
descended L1 trifle uncertainly and proceeded
to search his pockets slowly:
"Sorry, old man,', he said, finally, "but
I havenlt a bean!" Seeing that the driver
was not taking it too well, he added: "Thnt's
the position, old man, and you know you
ean't get blood out of a stone."
"No,,' agreed the driver, rolling up his
sleeves, "but what makes you think you're
Hazel Nezusmiir: "So going to Oak Cliff
makes you independent."
Peggy Hzimplm'y: "Absolutely, I get
there any time before eight, and leave just
when I please after three fifteen."
"Don,t worry if your salary is small,
And your rewards are few.
Remember that the mighty Oak
Was once a 'nut' like you."
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