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Page 101 text:
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
City Property and Farms
All Kinds, Sizes and Prices
Mourning Realty Co.
106 EAST PEARL ST. JERSEYVILLE, ILL.
Phone 179W Residence 7l8R5
GAS 8: OIL
LLOYD ALLEN, Prop.
Freshman: "I don't know."
Sophomore: "I'm not prepared."
Iunior: "I don't remember."
Senior: "I don't believe I can add any-
thing to what has been said."
Bill Landon: "Mary dearest, I'm burning
with love for you."
Mary Taylor: "Come now, my Romeo, don't
make a fuel of yourself."
Florist: "Well, so you want to say it with
flowers. Say, about two dozen?"
Wayne Campbell: "No, make it half a doz-
en. I don't want to say too much."
Wayne Feed F or Every Need
Greetings to J. T. H. S.
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Dealers in Poultry and Eggs
Howard White, who had just completed his
training, was assigned to sea duty and was
making his first trip,
Standing in the aft part of the ship with
another "trainee", he was admiring a grace-
ful seagull as it hovered, swooped, and dipped
to recover some scraps of food that had been
thrown from the galley.
"What a beautiful pigeon," exclaimed
"That's a gull," said the more-experienced
"I don't care-gull or boy-it's a pretty
Phyllis Erdman: "Does this lipstick come off
Clerk: "Not if you put up a fight."
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Swift and Company
POULTRY - - EGGS - - CREAM
B. F. Feyerabend
Jerseyville Ice 8: Fuel
Count on us to keep your
refrigerator stocked with
Pure Ice the whole year
through. It keeps fresh
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Page 100 text:
May VVC CXPFCSS
MR. BERT O. BELL
A real friend of our school
INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING CO.
care in making cuts for our "I"
MR. CLAUDE SMITH
for his amazing ingenuity
his infinite patience
so unstintingly extended
to grateful Seniors
MR. I. W. PATTERSON
helpful suggestions and cooperation
THE INDIVIDUALS who posed for
our division page pictures
DAVID MOLLOY COMPANY
covers for our Annuals
who through their kindness and
generosity have helped to make
this record of 1945 a reality.
L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
"Known Wherever There Are Schools and Colleges"
Class Rings Medals
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DISTINCTIVELY DESIGNED FRATERNITY AND SCHOOL JEWELRY
'iff 'A' 'Lk
FRANK A. DOOLING
20l Board of Education Bldg.
9l l Locust St.
St. Louis l, Missouri
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Page 102 text:
LIVESTOCK at POULTRY
Russell-Miller Milling Co.
Jersey County Motor 8:
flilormerly Beiermann X Ritter,
Dodge 6: Plymouth Dealers
Cas 8: Electric Welding
Phone 5 I 4
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ferry Howell, in Iapan, wrote to Pat Gib-
bons, saying, "I don't know if this letter will
ever arrive, because the lapanese censor may
open it." A week later Ierry received a note
from the Iapanese post office saying, "The
statement in your letter is not correct. We do
not open letters."
Russell Sinclair: "Since I met you I can't
eat, I can't sleep, I can't drink."
Gloria Hunter Cshylyl: "Why not?"
Russell: "I'm broke!"
Miss Bandy: "Iackie, translate 'Rex Fugit'."
Iackie Spieglemanz "The king flees."
Miss Bandy: "You should use 'has' in
translating the perfect tense."
Iackie: "The king has flees."
Geraldine Kiel: "Should I marry a man
who lies to me?"
Maxine Wock: "Do you want to be an
Glenn Leach: "I hear they're going to fight
the battle of Bunker Hill over again,"
Dick Long: "Why?"
Glenn: "It wasn't fought on the level,"
Bill Wilsoni "My acting in this play will
put me in the foremost rank."
Sue Brummett: "Yes, right up with the
four most rank actors."
Charles Henson: "Thanks for the hug."
Doris Mains: "The pressure was all mine."
AUSTIN COPE 8x SON
OLIVER FARIVI EQUIPMENT
Sales and Service
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keeps International Factories
busy - a good reason, but
here is a better . . . Interna-
tional Shoes are unexcelled
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