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THE PIONEER Most Likely to Succeed LOIS WILFONG ROBERT LOGAN Typical Seniors ALINE GOODWIN EDWIN THOMPSON Most Popular Wittiest JANE BARGER B. G. KING FRANCES MILLER THOMAS WEIR
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Jitterbug Jottings I says to Mrs. Turner, I says, Mrs. Turner I have very original ideas. And Mrs. Turner answers to me, she answers, Bobby, you certainly do, especially in spelling. As I was walking down the hall the other day I heard from Mrs. Rice’s room the following latin poem being recited before the class by some unknown genius. (I wasn’t eavesdropping either.) Boyibus kissibus girlbussarum, Girlibus likibus wanta somorum, Papabus herabus kissbussorum, Kickibus boyibus outa de dorum, Darkibus nightibus, no lightbussorum, Climebus gatepost, breechibus torum. I never study, I never cram, Never have 1 Flunked an exam. (I’m the teacher.) A word to the: Sophomores: Keep off the grass. Juniors: Please desist from troffing on the domesticated bl d s. Seniors: Kindly abstain from placing your pedal ex¬ tremities on our dew-washed campus. SPECIAL SCIENCE NEWS Willie came up to the lab, Thinking he knew plenty. He took the bottle, ignored the tab, Funeral Friday — 2:20 ! ! ! Definitions from your High School Dictionary: Algebra—A foolish system of killing time. Classroom—place where ignorance is displayed. Pet—Teacher’s servant. Report cards—Tattlers. CHEMISTRY THEME SONG Sing a song of sulphide A beaker full of lime, Four and twenty test tubes, Standing in a line When the cork is taken. Fumes begin to reek, Isn’t that an awful mess to have Five times a week ? GIRL AROUND SCHOOL (In the library) A girl, a book A boy, a look Book neglected, Flunk expected. Eight things that make teachers wish they weren’t: 1. I didn’t hear the question. 2. Write with pen or pencil? 3. When do we get our papers back? 4. I thought we were supposed to study page 38. 5. I know the answer but I can’t think of it. 6. Somebody ran off with my book. 7. Write on both sides? 8. Mother was cleaning house and thought my home¬ work paper was just another piece of trash. Answers that make teachers wish they weren’t: A rectangle is a square that is longer than it is wide. An example of a collective noun is an ash can. Little dachshund Asleep on a log; Forest fire — Hot dog! ! ! I’ve tried so hard to write a pome For one hole week I stayed at home I’ve studied all the poets great About their lives and of their fate. They all live in an attic small That was no larger than the hall And always had to go to bed On nothing but a crust of bread And now I know ’twas not my lot To be a poet or such rot Because I’ve tried with all my might But I’ve got too big an appetite! GEOMETRY PROBLEM Given: A fire engine. To prove: That fire engines are painted red. Proof: Papers are read too, two twos are four, three fours are twelve inches, twelve inches a ruler, Queen Mary’s a ruler, Queen Mary’s also a boat, boats sail in water, fish swim in water, fish have finns, Russians hate finns, Russians are red, fire trucks are always rushin’, so— Therefore, fire trucks are painted red. Conclusion: Geometry comes by perspiration instead of inspiration.
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POPULARITY CONTEST Best Looking Most Personality MARY KATHERINE KIME JAMES GASKINS LOUISE HOLLYFIELD THOMAS STAMPER Quietest Most Athletic GRACE SWANN PAUL RUSHING ELINOR WATSON HAROLD SHELOR
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