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QQ M-X ARITH TIC
Boy: Dnd,will you do'm arithmetic?
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Lloyd Justice,5A. - '
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for his birthday. ,
Miss Ruby: Dorothy Mae, whatwdid Mr.Brcwn.
say when you gave him the handkerchief?
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this problem. '
Doris: No, get it out of the book.,
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Joe:Rhtn did you get in arithmetic?
.Jim: I got the lowest grade in our room.
Joe: What weslthet?
Jim: Zero. , Helen Muuray34A.
Miss Rubyzwhy did you give him e h adkerchief ,,,,,,nhng
Doroth Mae: Wh , to blow his nose-ah,.
of course.. T Diane Ferrier,5BI' --.L
A MUSI C L it ' N
Uncleswell Thomas,if youlcen ask me ee7
question I can't answer,I will give you e
Tom: You,are on? Whyre does music go after
it is played? Nelda Ramsey, 4A.
. 1 FORGOT TQ WISH
Mate: What's the matter? Q
Chicken: I broke m wish bone and forgot,
to wish., Norman Doud, SA. '
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A woman hired e man to spade her garden.
The man was leaning on his spade. After a
while e U.P.A. officer came along and gave
him e check. ' John Rhonemus.5A
Boys who show off in front of their gels
May be tricked by some of their pals.
' WILL HAVE TQ G0 BACK f
Two men were Jumping from an airplane
an one man had forgotten his parachute.
He sind to the other man,'I will just have
to get out and go be ck after it.'
F loyd Ferrier,6A.
LOST ROLLER SKATES. 1
Tom:Are you still looking for-your loatt
roller skates? 4
D ick: No, my brother found them.
Ton: Then what are you looking for?
D ick: My brother.
BETTE R Q22
Nelda? Betty, girls like you should not .
Bettyzftalking to Dick Sieboldl Boys like
you should not have tongues.
Nelda Ramsey, 4A
GETTING Q2 V ,
Tom: Mother,do you know what is the hnrdG
est thing before breakfast? "
Mother: No, what is it?'ii '-
' Toms Getting out of bed.
. Albert Hal1,5B.r-
, GOES AROUND ,
Briggstwho goes around all day in e car and
has his pockects full of money. '
Higgs: A millionaire I suppose: -
Briggs: No, n street car conductor.
v V Nsseseses
, GEORGE BOONE-
If a monkey had a pet donkey and the don-
key wented to go across the river and there
wnsn't any bridge,how would he get ecross2
Answer: The donkey would hold on the mon-
key's tail end the monkey would hold on to
a branch and swing the donkey across the
river. George Boone,5A. M
RUNNING g ,.
Corrine:.Who was tlking? ',,
Darline: No I'n not talking. M l0Hth 13
just running. Helen lurray.4A.
I ss Rubey: Naomi, go u stnirs and see if
the clock is running. ,
Naomizl goes up strirs and comes back again,
Yea, miss Rubey, it ig running but it is
standing still. Helen Murray,4A.
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John: Oh, I'm sorry for standing on ydur
Jim: That's all right, I often stand on f.'
them too. . Dick Siebold,4A.
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to buy n ticket.
Clerk: Where to?
Traveler: Oh, en place. I'm G business men
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Come anyway. Borrow a shirt.
5 Albert Hall.5B.
Johnny: Teacheryovhere is the rest of you?
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Johnny: Well,my aunt told me you were
two faced. Diana Ferrier,5B.
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What did the rug say to the floor?
Answer: I've got you covered.
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ner is here because we can see all the nice Last fall We vent out into the Woods
flowers and pretty leaves on the trees. We and gethered 10nV0S and Studied about the
pm see the birds and hozlr their pretty trees- We 110014 Pencil end PUPCT md 1'f1'fl'fe
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2 NLTURE 3TUpy CLASS the leaves in. It was e lot of fun gciho
I THere are twenty one boys in our nature out for nature Study'
atudy Class, We are plgnning to Q out into We studied about snakes and about the
the woods one of these Mondmlys and learn thodiffeffnt kinds of birds mild their homes'
nays of the bride, We will She them mHkiUg thsodlsnd habits- Th0?Qi ?1C?,QA-
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' NATURE ' l get to do it again. It is lots of fun to
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