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THIS is a bank for all people without regard to their posi-
tion in life or importance in the business world. '
IT IS a place Where the small clepositor can put his thrift
ideals into actual practice. And Where the successful
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UOLDEST BANK IN HUNTINGTON COUNTY"
RESOURCES DEC. 31, 1925-S2,900,000.00 5
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CAN YOU IMAGINE:
Eva Hileman losing girlie from her vocabulary?
Berene Swoveland not going home ovei the Week-end?
Loral Dravenstatt without her big brother ?
John Robison stopping a pig?
Miss Smith with her haii bobbed?
Arther Benner off of Himes street?
Ed Griffin Without kisses 'Z
Miss Paulman in vaudeville?
Kenneth Overly with his marcel wavei ?
Berniece Wynn going to Floiida via a Bus ?
Bui ton Hazzaidz Yes Dad Im a big gun at school.
Prof. Guha: Name something of importance today that was not
existing a hundred years ago
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Harvey Lingamfelteiz ' Do you like your teachers?
Millin Stephens: I tried it once and she got mad.
Paul Miller flovinglyj : 'You re a peach.
Ruth Harwood Tlhat s nothing. My father and mother were fm
Mrs. Catlin: "Be sure to file your experiments.
Wilbur Lemar: "Are they as rough as that?
Prof. Wolverton ion final exam.J : "I will not answer any question.
Ira Wolfe: "Shake, neither will I
Pres. Mummart: "Why aren't you taking Psychology the first
Marion Miller: "I've a coniiictf'
Pres. Mummart: "What ?"
Marion Miller: "Breakfast"
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Lowell Hildebrand. You look cold Shall I take off my coat and
put it aiound you?
boi al Diavenstattz On no don t take it off
Prof. Bowman: Youi report should have been written so that the
most ignoiant could understand it
Ira Wolfe: Which put is it that you don t undei stand?
Marion Miller. I am constantly breaking into song
Coiinth I ange' Why don t 3ou get the key then you wouldn t have
to bi e-ik in.
Senioi : Do you know Fat Burns?
Fieshmen: No Idon t.
Senior' Well it does.
Miss Smith: What did Bunyan give to the world
CLOW voicej ' Bunions.
Heischel Iesh: I say Gossie have you heard about
swallowed a spoon?
Lverett Goshorn: No what about him?
Herschel Lesh: Why he can t stir
We sit with tearful eyes
And gaze into empty tills
And sigh foi the touch of vanquished coins
To meet our commencement bills
Ralph Platt: Vela what ale you working at?
V611 Plumley: At intervals
Piof. Scott: What is the Latin word for man?
Thelma South: Hobo or something like that
Piof. Bowman' Do you know Lincoln s address?
Edith Towne: Why I didn t know he had moved
the poor man
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