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Page 162 text:
And Passing to This Cage We
l-lave Central obility
It is with great elation that I announce to my millions of readers today that I have, after
years of struggle, strife, and privation Cto say nothing of humiliationl, been permitted to see my
noble work in print.
Now, I realize that truth is often stranger than fiction and that my readers are inclined to
sometimes doubt the veracity of the startling statements contained in my dissertations. Shake-
speare's immortal words "Always be collegiate" will tend to allay such absurd doubts, I am sure.
It is with greatest of pleasure that I announce the details of the Pie Contest which will start
immediately. In order to win one of the three magnificent prizes offered it is only necessary for
contestants to bring pies. The first to bring 150 pies of assorted flavors will be presented with a
fancy shaving mug, hand carved and beautifully decorated with soap. The second to bring me
150 pies will receive a cut-glass silver service. Third to bring me 150 pies or more will be pre-
sented honorable mention. It is thoroughly understood and stipulated that I shall become the
owner of the pies. The plates will be returned to the contestants as mementoes of the eventful
The Freshman Class of Central High School invites you to attend the Commencement Exer-
cises, given February 31, 1926, in the Music Room. Immediately afterwards the class play will
be presented. "Pink is Green" has been criticized as the most colorful drama ever produced,
which, by the way, is under the personal direction of Miss Nancy Gaddis. lNfr. W. L. Palmer
will portray the weak, defenseless Grandpa, while Mr. B. B. Reinhardt the malicious villain.
Cordell Pringle is Joshua, the dashing young hero that rescues little Nell CMiss Pauline Goolsbyj
from drowning. The necessary mortgage, the Dixie Handicap, and finally the death of the
curly-moustached villain will hold you spell-bound.
hir. Lonnie Smith, the noted writer of many lovely articles on how to keep that school-girl
complexion, is now making his abode in South Africa. He wanted to make a study of that type
of beauty. Mr. Smith expects to do some hunting while there and has promised each of his
friends a handsome elephant.
FAIRY STORYfOnce upon a time there was a man who selected a chocolate-covered lemon
cream with walnut center from a box of assorted chocolates but the piece he got was a chocolate-
covered lemon cream with Walnut center.
Several thrillers have been published under the nom de plume of Chrisanthemum Nails,
but her true identity has been discovered. She is none other than Maebelle Behen. With her
kind permission we are going to publish the last few lines of her masterpiece, .........
Pompay Smyth tilted the bottle to his lips. The hot liquid burned its way down his eucalyp-
tus. His head whirled and he fell into a daze. Carelessly he stepped in front of a speeding car!
It was the last daze of Pompay.
1NIist-white foamga swirling sensation of bellowing waves-where was he? He blundered
against something hard and cold-a blind stinging sensation in his eyesfhe gasped and choked!
involuntarily he reached forwardgthe thing was in his grasp at last-a towel-and the soap
was gone from his eyes,
Eyes! Staring, horrible, ghastly! Eyesfin threes, in masses, gruesomely gleaming. Black
as ink! I shouldn't have peeled so many potatoes last nite.
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What It Means
To The Student To
Attend An Accredited
Ggggnblfem Look for the Emblem. It is your
guarantee of service, integrity and elli-
ciencv. Seven schools in Texas have
the right to use it. This school has
1 The opportunity to study standard, accredited courses.
2. The use of modern, approved text books.
3 The opportunity to earn the Il. G. B. degreefflonor Graduate in
Business. The degree is conferred only by Accredited Schools.
4 The benefit of membership in a nation-wide Employment Bureau.
5. The privilege of having grades made in one school transferred to
6. Definite knowledge that the school in which he is registered main-
tains high business and educational standards, and that its advertis-
ing is never exaggerated and never contains misrepresentations.
lt pays to attend a school that is fully accredited bv the National
Association of Accredited Commercial Schools. Look for the trade-mark.
Bu iness College
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