Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1936

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Peggy Humlbbrey: "What do you think of me as a poet?" Lorraine Albin: "You'd be much better if your feet were uniform." A middle-aged woman lost her balance and fell out of a window into a garbage can. A Chinaman passing remarked: "Americans vely wasteful. That woman good for ten years yetf' o Sign on Gus Girlinghouse's door: "If I am studying when you enter, wake me upf' Bass Williailzs: "Darling, kisses are the language of lovef' Mariba Donald: "Well, then, why don't you learn something besides baby talklv Sain Leeman: "You've brought me a vege- table dinnerl' Waifcfr: "No, it's our regular shore dinner. Sam: 'KWhere does the shore come in?" Wfaifer: "It,s in the spinach." 1: o Henry Lee Gafes: "Say, Bill, your engine's smoking." Bill jones: "Well, it's old enough." o Cop: "Where have you been?', Crook: "Oh, just out in the crowd for a little change." Ariafor: "Great Scot, the engines are miss- ing and the propellers have snapped." Dodd Osburn flZt"YL"0llSjI "Thank good- Now we can go down!" o Billy Maxwell: "Do big boats like this sink often?,' Bill See: UNO, only once." Sybil Wbeatleyi: "Don't you really know the difference between a haunted house and an adorable fellow who wants to kiss you?l' Wilbzir Teubner: "No, honestlyfl Sybil: "Well, you can't let the haunted housef' Don't study when you're tired, Or have anything else to dog Don't study when you're happy, For that will make you blue: Don't study in the daytime, And donlt study at night, But study at all other times With all you main and might. Sybil Roan: "You are like a doll I once had." Norman Wfafson: "Handsome?,' Sybil: "No, brokef' Did you ever consider how absence Makes the marks grow rounder? Son: "Pa, what did prehistoric monsters look like?" Pa: "I don't remember son. Ask your motherf' Mary Iobnsfon: "I was awakened last night to see two burglars step into the room. Then the clock struck one." Bill Brown: "Which one?" The Editor used This in a pinch: He needed exactly Another inch. Abraham Lincoln wrote the Gettysburg Address while traveling from Washington to Gettysburg on the back of an envelope. Miss Lankforal: "Now, Katheryn, name three strong nouns." Kafbryn Hord: "Onions, garlic and lim- burger." o "So your son is in college. How is he making it?" "He isn't. I'm making it, and heh spend- ing it." I o Professor: "I suppose your father will be unstrung when he hears about your exams?" BerryDa1.fis: "No, I wired him last nightf' Page One Hzzndrerl Tbirfy-Seven

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Monroe johnson: "I'1l show you something that will make make dirt fly." Mrs. Iolanson: "A new kitchen cleanser?,' Monroe: "No, a golf clubf, LaVerne King: "I understand your new job as a human cannon ball is very annoying." George Daft: "Yes, I get fired every day." THE CANNIBAL FLEA It was many and many a year ago In a district styled E. C., That a monster dwelt that I came to know By the name of Cannibal Flea, And the brute possessed no other thought Than to live-and to live on me. THos. Hoon. Billy Knapp: "The boss just made me the manager of his doughnut factory." jane Ranrlall: "Congratulations Are you in charge of everything?" Billy: "Yeah, the hole works." A1110 Salesman: "And, my good man, this used car is the opportunity of a lifetime." Roy Long: "You're right: I hear it knock- ing." o Ethel Heflwringiorz: "Will you help the 'Old Ladies I-Iome'?" Leon Price: "Where are they." Doris Gooden: "Isn't Niagara wonderful? I could just stand and look at it forever." john Tyler: l'But wouldnlt it be rather trying to go through life with a cataract in one's eye." o Leon Dierolf: "Please let me hold your hand for a minutef, Virginia Heiskell: "All right, but how are you going to know when the minute is up?', Leon: "Oh, I'll have the second hand for that ' 3' o r Alf Burr: "What,s the matter over there?,' Nancy Peebles: "A Boy Scout did so many good turns he got dizzy." Page One Hnnrlrecl Tbirly-Six Doroflry Dell Keifla: 'KHOW in the world do you ever expect to make a living?,' Bill Miller: t'By writingf, Doroilay Dell: "Writing what?" Bill: "Writing home." Floyzl Terry: "What kind of instrument is that?" George Sebastian: "A shoe horn." Floyd: "What does it play?,' George: "Footnotes," Freshman: "Oh, I have an ideaf, Sophomore: "Beginner's luck," Mamlelle Dorseff: "Is Miss Eisenlohr in?" Lnfa Scruggs: "No.,' Ma11a'elle: 'KWell, just throw this poem in the wastebasket for her, will you?" Then there is the proud father who wanted his boy to be a carpenter, so he sent him to boarding school. Chnl Linn: "See that fellow giving imita- tions over there? What does he always re- mind you of?" Forrest McCord: "The ten bucks I owe himf' Villian: "Ha, I-Ia! You are helpless: the old homstead belongs to mef' Hero: "And where are the papers." Villian: "At the blacksmith's." Hero: "You're having them forgedl' Villian: "No, no, I am having them filed." 7 A man A miss Theysatlikethis A kiss I-Ier father They sat like this Mrs. Banker: "I'm sorry, but you don't fit the part." Elizabeth Emmons: "Why not?" Mrs. Banker: "You're too light to play a heavyf,

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Iafle Willis: "I'm in a terrible fix and have no idea where to get money from." james Ross: 'iGood, I was afraid you thought you could get some from me." 0 Miss Aclualclell: "Bob, please cell me what it is, when I say, 'I love, you love, he loves-, " Bob Wf1lf: "That's one of those triangles where somebody gets shotf' o M. V. McDonald: "At least, misrepresent- ing chemical facts isn't my weakness." Mr. Czmyzzs: UNO, it's your strength." o Margarrf Brown: "Why don't you answer me?,' Bffafzfin' Cbap111a11: "I did, I shook my headf' Margarrf: "But you don't expect me to hear it rattle way up here, do you?" o Hr' with hands over her e es : "If ou 1 v 4 y y can't guess who it is in three guesses, I'm going to kiss you." Slar: "Jack Frost, Davy Jones, Santa Clausf, o Aftorncy: "Where were you on December 2Sth?" Wiflzess: 'KWhere was I December 2Sth? Why, wasn't that Christmas?" o Miss Hammock: "Can anyone mention a case of great friendship made famous through literature?,' l'll1CI1I'f'lU Ienson: "Mutt and Jeff." o Charles Reclaling: "They cold me my flivver was twenty horsepower, but I've only been able to locate four.', 0 Why does cream rise to the top? So the people can get it. o Gorilla warfare means when the sides get up to monkey tricks. A circle is a line with no kinks in it joined up so as not to show where it began. The future of "I give" is "you take". Mushrooms always grow in damp places so they look like umbrellas. Most of the houses in France are made of plaster of Paris. Page Om' Humlreal Tbiriy-Eigbl An active verb shows action, and a pas- sive verb shows passion. The correct way to Hnd the key to .1 piece of music is to use a pitch-fork. It is the duty of the Governor to beg all pardons and fill all the empty seats in the House. A corpse is a dead gentleman, a corpse is a dead lady. Rhubarb is a kind of celery gone bloodshot. Shakespeare wrote tragedies, comedies, and CITOFS. I I1l71l0l'I "Say, dad, that apple I just ate had a worm in it, and I ate that, too." Parvnf: "What, drink this water and wash it down." junior: "Aw, I will not. Let him walk down." o "Marie, when you wait on my guests at the table tonight, please don't spill anything." "Ddh't you worry, ma'am, I know how to keep my mouth closed." o "I'11 give him a piece of my mind," said a irate young girl. "Don,t you mean a chip, my dear?" asked her bosom friend. o Roy Tlarasb: "I got my whiskers on the installment plan." Ea' B. Tlarasla: "On the installment plan?" Roy: "Yes, a little down each Week." 0 "Ted, darling," said the sweet young thing who'd been taken to see her first foot- ball game, "hoW long does a man have to be a halfback before they make him a fullback?" o Iacquclyn Fonts Qafter trying on the ninth graduation dressj : "I really think I look nicer in something flowingf' Salesperson: "Why don't you jump in the river?" o Salesman: "These are especially strong shirts, madam. They simply laugh at the laundry." Customer: "I know that kind, I had some which came back with their sides split."

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