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JOKES There was a co-ed quite shy, Who said to student named Cy, ' If you kiss me, of course. You will have to use force; But, thank heaven, you ' re stronger than I. " Audrey Scheafer: " You know that old vase, you said had been handed down from generations. " Mrs. Scheafer anxiously): " Yes. " Audrey: " Well, this generation has dropped it. " Mrs. O ' Hara: " You have been very naughty and I am going to keep you after school for an hour every day this week. " Bill Brown: " Oh, I don ' t care for myself, but aren ' t you afraid folks ' ll talk? " The flivver owner: " Wouldn ' t that jar you? " The radio announcer: " I ' ll tell the world. " The murderer: " Well, I ' ll be hanged. " The judge: " Fine. " The telephone girl: " I got your num- ber. " The fisherman: " I ' ll drop a line. " The seamstress: " Darn it. " It was the end of the scene; the heroine was starving. " Bread, " she cried, " give me bread. " And then the curtain came down with a roll. Beth Meeker was left by her mother to watch the soup while her mother entertained some guests. Pretty soon Beth ran out and cried, " Mother come quick! The soup ' s getting bigger than the pot! " Corrine Hansen: " What ' s all the riot in the science room? " lim Barret: " That ' s just Miss Lowrey rolling the bones. " Mary Lynn Mcintosh: " My Scotch boy friend sent me his picture. " Anne Bubb: " Oh, let me see what he looks like. " Mary Lynn: " I can ' t; haven ' t had it developed yet. " Said the toe to the sock, " Let me through, let me through! " Said the sock to the toe, " I ' ll be darned if I do. " Mary had a little lamp, She filled it with benzine; She went to light her little lamp, And hasn ' t since benzine. Barbara Nelson (talking to Margie Friday after her ice skating lesson): " The only thing that ' s hard about ice skating is the ice, when you come right down to it. " Mr. Roscoe: " What does this mean? Someone just called up and said you were- sick and could not come to school today. " Buddy Griffin: " Ha, ha! The joke ' s on him. He wasn ' t supposed to call up until tomorrow. " lay Teasdal, the love maker (who was popular with all the girls) said: " To make love, all you need is a little crust and some applesauce. " Reed Stone: " What do you mean by telling my girl that I ' m a fool? " Hugh Singrey: " Good heavens, I ' m sorry, but how should I know it was a secret? " Frank Tiernan (just before leaving from Barbara ' s house): " Well, I must be off. " Barbara Nelson: " That ' s what I thought when I first saw you. " Mr. Bliss: " Bart Bulmore, why are you looking at your watch so often? " Bart: " I was afraid you might not have time to finish your interesting lecture. " Mr. Gaines: " I want you to be good while I ' m away. " Bob Gaines: " Well! give me a quar- ter and I will. " Mr. Gaines: " Son, when I was a boy I was good for nothing. " Rodney Ludwig: " That ' s funny. " George Filice: " What ' s funny? " Rodney: " Oh, I was just thinking. " George: " That ' s funny. "
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1. Soldiers from the S. F. Presidio raise the flag. 2. George, Joe, Ernie. 3. A good paved playground is needed in California weather. 4. See Number One. Ditto. 5: Captain Hook with gestures. 6. See Number Four. Ditto. 7. Leap Year dance. Girls, see those shrinking violets? 8. Fiddle, where you goin ' with that gal? 9. " Gosh, I wish I could throw ' em away! " 10. Field Day— Blanket finish. 11. Field Day— Start. 12. Rainy day — noon. 13. Field Day— Starter.
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