Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1939

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MYSTERY The Prof. coming downstairs in 'his home slipped and fell to the bottom. Picking him- self up, he said: "Now, I wonder what that noise was about?" o IF ANY Tourist: "How's business hereabout?" Native: "It's so quiet you can hear the notes at the bank a block away drawing interestf' 0 WOULDN'T INTERFERE A young boy, undergoing an examination for position, came across the question, "What is the distance of the earth from the sun?" He wrote his answer as follows: "I am un- able to state accurately, but I don't believe the sun is near enough to interfere with a proper performance of my duties if I get this clerkship" 0 YOU'RE THROUGH "And," said the instructor to the class as he finished his lecture, "if the parachute doesn't open, that is known as jumping to conclusions." 0 FRUSTRATED FROSH Froslo: "I guess you've gone out with worse looking fellows than I am, haven't you?', QNo answeinj F rosb: "I say, I guess you've gone out with worse looking fellows than I am, haven't you?" C0-ed: "I heard you the first time. I was trying to think." IN TI-IE DARK Frosla: "If I had known that the tunnel was so long I would 'have kissed you." Diiio: "Good heavens! Wasn't that you?" Page Om Ilumlrcrl Thirty-four A telephone pole never hits a truck except in self-defense. 0 Dr. Carvem: I find that you have acute appendictis. Doris Willbitrf: Don't get fresh, young fella-just tell me why I have this pain. o An Irishman was relating an experience of hardship in the jungle. "Ammunition, food, and whiskey had run outf' he said, "we were parched with thirst." "Was there no water?,' asked one listener. "Sure, but it was no time to be thinking of cleanlinessf, replied the Irishman. The correct estimate of a man is about half way between what his wife thinks of him and what his stenographer knows about him. 0 GUESS WHAT Dear Folks: Please send four hundred dol- lars at onceg the school is bankrupt and each student has to pay double tuition. Kindly make the check out to me. Your son, Robert Shelton. JUST IN CASE Lecturer Qin small townj: Of course, you all know what the inside of a corpuscle is like. Chairman of Meeiing Qinterruptingj : Most of us do, but ye better explain for the benefit of them as hasn't been inside one. o NO, NO, JANETTE! He: "Darling, I have been thinking of something for a long time. Something is trembling on my lips .... " She: "Why don't you shave it off?"

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POWERFUL STUFF Two drunks were babbling about cradle days as they leaned heavily on the bar. "You know," said one, "when I was born I only weighed a pound and a half and that's a fac'.,' "You don't shay," said the other. "Did you live?', "Did I live?" exclaimed the first. "Shay you ought to see me now." o Ioe Lee: "Boy, I'm scared. I just got a letter from a man telling me he'd shoot me if I didn't stay away from his daughter." Boh Hawkins: "Well, all you have to do is stay away from his daughterf' joe Lee: "Yeah, but he didn't sign his name." o Warren Harding: "Did you give your wife that little lecture on economy you talked about Chad?" Chad Sneed: "Oh, yes." Warren Harding: "Any Results?', Chad Sneed: "Sure-I've got to give up smoking cigars." Relief work costs twice as much as ordi- nary labor That's because it takes two men for every task-one to dilly and one to dally. 0 Sailor fto Doctorj: "I'm going to marry a girl named Anne and there's something I want to get off my chestf' Doefor: "VVhat is it?" Sailor: "A tattooed heart with 'Mabel' on it." Two old maids went for a tramp in the woods. The tramp died. IT PAYS TQ ADVERTISE There was a man in our town, The chump thought he was Wise He swore fit was his policyj He'd never advertise, But, one day, he advertised And hereby hangs a tale- His ad was set in six-point type And headed "Sheriff's Sale." 0 LOW DOWN Pa: "Well, son, how are your marks?" Son: "They're under water." Pa: "What do you mean, under water?" Son: "Below 'C' level." 0 WORST JOKE I EVER HEARD Teacher: "Can anyone tell what causes trees to become petrified?" Bright Student: "The wind makes them rock." o "Which platform for the Boston train?" Porter: "Turn to the left and you'll be right!" "Don,t be impertinent, young man." "All right, then, turn to your right and you'll be left!" FINAL PROOF She: "Would you leave your home for me?" He: "For you I'd leave a baseball game in the ninth inning with the score a tie." o CASSIFICATI ON Student: "What are your terms for stu- dents?,' Landlady: "I generally call them dead beats and bums." Page One Hundred Thirty three



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Contest Winners Hugh Hall, president of the Ianuary graduating class, Won first place in the Sub- scription Contest. Ioe Lee of the Iune class Won first place in the securing of advertising for the Oak. Page One Hundred Thirty-fi

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