Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1940

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40 DDS IDNS Efficient Employment Supervisor and over SOO positions annually--35'2 more than we are able to fill-virtunll ' assure ins virin' em lovment ow ortunities to Dr.1u hon 5 I lv P , IP t graduates. Twenty Accredited Courses lending to early starts on business careers. Lzlr 'est in Dallas. Call, hone 7-3135, for com nlete information. is P 1 P 1 BUSINESS 'ZCZLL Ofli COLLEGE OPPOSITE CITY IIALI. Yi - YYYY .QY Y Y , Y. Greenlee Sign Co. PHILLIPS-TAYLOR Compliments of Five to a Dollar Store 1309 Young St. Phone 2-1754 121 W. jefferson , . QUOTH "Ii" XVA'TSON SERVICE STATION l Prof. ftzlking up quiz pnperj: "XVhy phone 9-R575 qixth 81 Pieminq the quotation marks on this paper?" I L K A Student: "The little acorn grew and DGNU3, TGXQS grew, and one day woke up and said, 'Ge-on-etry'." C301TIpllI1'19I'llS of I EVERYTHING MUSICAL 84 21:4 iam: si tu-pier miiixsi l1f.X.XS i 409 SOUII1 B9Ckl9Y Y YY Y Y YYYYY Y ,YYYY Y YYY? YYYY YY YYY YY ,YYYY Y. YY Y Y 'Dev " A ilwuafhfz OUR

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l u Jokes At school for the first time, the small boy started to sob bitterly. "What's the matter, Willie?" Asked the teacher. "Please, Miss. I don't like school, and I've got to stay here till I'm 14." "Don't worry about that," said the teacher. "Look at me. I've got to stay here till l'm 65!" Teacher: "johnny, tell me what you know about the Caucasian race." johnny: "I don't know anything about it. I didn't see itf' First Student: "What? You flunked that course again?" Second Sluclent: "What do you expect? They gave me the same exam." Freshman: "Some upper classman was just telling me that we are to have a new concrete stadium next fall." Sophomore: "Yes the alumni have at last decided to use their heads." "How long does an engine last?" asked the inquisitive old lady of the locomotive engineer. "About thirty yearsf' he answered pa- tiently. "Oh, I should think a tough-looking thing like that would last much longer than thirty years." "Maybe it would if it didn't smoke so much." Teacher: "You missed my class yester- day, didn't you?" Frank: "Not in the least, teacher, not in the least." "I thought you said you were going to knock that exam cold." "Well, didn't I? I came out with a zero." "And what," she asked, "should a little boy say to the lady who has given him a penny for carrying her bundles?" "l'd hate to tell you,', he replied. ferry: "Dora is the dullest girl I've ever seen." Perry: "Why?" ferry: "She wanted to know how many quarters in a baseball game." Perry: "That's nothing. My girl wanted to know if a football coach has wheels." PHONETICALLY RIGHT, ANYWAY Doctor fafter bringing victim toj: "How did you happen to take that poi- son? Didn't you read the sign on the bottle? It said 'poisonf " Ebenezer: "Yassah, but Ah didn't pay no attention!" Doctor: "Why not," Ebenezer: "'Cause right underneaf dat it said, 'Lye'." EN CIRCLIN G Teacher: "What is it that binds us to- gether, sustains, us, and makes us even better than nature intended?" - Tommy: "Girdles." CAUGHT! Moe was trying to describe to his friend the kind of fish he had caught. "I tell you," he explained, "it was that long! I never saw such a fish in my life!" "I believe you," answered his friend. THE BRUSH SAGA Clarence Brush was a traveling man who sailed the foamy main, He was Mister Brush in England, Senor Brush in Spain. In France he was Monsieur Brush, but the Germans were his bane, They always called him Herr Brush, which filled his heart with pain. BON MOW! A man went wearily into a barber shop and slumped down into a chair. "Give me a haircut," he said. The barber told him that he was too far down in the chair for a haircut. "All right," said the customer, wearily, "give me a shave."



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WE DEEPLY APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAOE l PIG. ll W STANDS, INC. 'Nineteen Year in Texas" POST OFFICE BEAUTY Sl-IOP Pemzarzerzts that are Natural Hair Tints A Specially 519 W. lefferson Ave. Phone 6fO6lO X19 , A RUBDOVUN Tough: "Got a piece of sandpaper?" Guy: "Yeah, but you can't take a bath now, there's someone in the shower." "Laughter-the sensation of feeling good all over and showing it in one spot." wx- rg 71 5l7'lC6'7'e appreciation of the patronage and friendship of the entire body and faculty of the Dallas High Schools for the past 16 years. American Beaut Cover 0. 2002-8 Field Street cglze Gower on this Qook ClQ7as Qroclucecl in This Qplant Smith: "So your son is in college? How is he making it?" Smitlaersz "He isn't. l'm making it and he's spending it." HARPER CLEANERS 313 N. Bishop Phone 92-0243 Wfe Specialize in All Kinds of Clemzirzg at the Lowest Prizes M Eudxlnedfi ealfeqe ,P Foremosf in Dallas for 52 Years Sfl'IIOgl'dfll7lf', Sr'c'1'eiarinl, and Az'- rouufing courses taught by men and women of experience and ability. Good positions secured for Graduates. Come fo .we IIN, or Plwne 7-S514 y -1- Compliments of RIGA D BREWER Mz'lz'lary and Sporty lflfear 1803 Elm Street 2-2717

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