Butler High School - Tropaeum Yearbook (Butler, IN)

 - Class of 1940

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TROPAEUM 1940 Father: "Well, I guess we will go to the country this year, instead of the usual Seashore." Fred S.: "No, no. I don't want to go to the country. No country for me." Father: 'LWhy not. son?" Fred: " 'Cause I hear they have threshing machines down there, and itls bad enough when it's done by hand." Betty McClellan: HHow much is my bill, waiter?" Waiter: "What did you have?" Betty McClellan: "I don't know." Waiter: "Hash is a quarter." A great discoverer Was Silas Orleans He found some pork In his pork and beans. Bob Moudy:' fJust 'deposited a nickel in a public telephonej Operator: "Number, please." Bob Moudy: "Number, nothin', I want my chewing gum." Found on a Freshman's registration card: Question: Give your parents' names. Answer: Mama and Papa. Marjorie, aged four, marched into the grocer's to tell the news: "Wave got a new baby brother up at our house," she said. "You don't tell me?" said the grocer. mls he going to stay with you?" "I guess so." said Marjorie, "he's got his things off." Don W.: "Professor, the barometer has fallen." Mr. Berg: "Very much?" Don W,: fWith a guilty lookj "About five feet-it's broken." John O.: "Did you ever wear two-pants suits?" Herbert Friedenberger: "No, they're too hot." Edwin Pellett: "What's the idea, Howard. wearing your socks wrong side' out?" Howard Knepper: "Theres a hole in the other side." Page Si.i'tg1-Svi'mz

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TRGPAEUM 1940 I CJKES Doctor: "Have you ever run a temperature?" Miss Gilbert: "No, but I've run nearly every other kind of car." Fat Lady: "Little boy, can you tell me if I can get thru?" Wes P.: "I guess you can lady. A load of hay just went thru." Barbara B.: "Does your Watch tell you the time?" Don W.: "No, I have to look at it." Mr. Price: "What are we having for dinner?" Mrs. Price: "Sponge cake, dear. I sponged the eggs from Mrs. Berg, the flour from Mrs. Parker, and the milk from Mrs. Jenkins. Mrs. Jenkins: "How do you like the potato salad?" Coach: "It's delicious. Did you buy it yourself?" Reba T.: "Let's go to a show tonight." Elaine C.: k'Nope, only got one more day to finish reading my Sears, Roe- buck Catalog."' Reba T.: "How come?" Elaine C.: "Well, the wrapper it came in said: 'Return in five days' and tomorrow's the last day." Mother fdiscovering her daughter washing a kitten with soap and watercj "Oh, Betty, I don't think the mother pussy would like her kitten washed like that!" Elsie L. Qvery seriouslyjz "Well, I really can't lick it." "Though you belong to somebody else, tonight you belong to me," mur- mured Malcom G., smoothing the wrinkles out of the tux. Jeannette M.: "Do you like codfish balls?" Maxine O.: "I dunno, I never attended any." Father Kangaroo: "Where's the baby?" Mother Kangaroo ffeeling in pocketsjz "Guess I must have left it in my other clothes." Page Sixty-Six



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TROPAEUM 1940 Eileen C. Ito tourist who's shaving outside of his tenth: "Do you always shave outside?" Hugh C.: "Certainly, do you think I'm fur-lined?" Mr. Berg: "The gas in this cylinder is a deadly poison. What steps would you take if any of it escaped?,' Mary June: "Long ones." Wes Pellett: "Thinking of me?" Wilma B.: "Was I laughing? Oh, I'm sorry." "This is a pretty snappy suit," remarked the baby as he was put into his rubber panties. Darrell M.: "Am I headed right for the monkey cage?" Frank L.: "Yes, but you would stand a better chance if you had a tail." Willard O. QEntering a restaurant and ordering pork and beans finds the beans but no pork.J: "Where is the pork?" Waiter: "There it is behind that bean." Two's company, the third's the chaperon. Mrs. Parker: "You liked my cooking when we were first married." Mr. Parker: "Yes, but I didn't have dyspepsia then." Lloyd W.: 'tWhatever happened to the little girl who used to want an all-day sucker?" Ronald M.: "Now she just wants one for evenings." Mr. Miller: "There is one thing about a boy I cannot understand, Why Donald at the high school play Put roses in my hand." Jum Oberlin: "I hear your son, Darrell, in college is doing a lot of extra work." Mr. Miller: "Yes, heis a girl scout." Jum O.: "You mean a boy scoutf' Mr. Miller: "No, he's always scouting for a girl? Mr. Miller: "What's the difference between a weasel and an easel?" Nathalie: "A weasel is a little man." Page Sixty-Eight

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