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NIORGANI "I appoint Cornelia Lacey to take the minutes of this meeting."
CORNELIA: "Mr, President, you will have to excuse me as I do not have a
MABEL: "I've lost my noteboookf'
JOE: "Lost all you knew, huh ?"
RIABELZ "No, lost all Alex knew."
Miss CARNS: Ujoe, you may leave the room."
JOE W.: "Why?'l
Miss CARNS: "XVell, you can't take it with you!"
DUNNAM: "Now that we're engaged dear, how do you think I'll strike your
JESSIE: "Oh, Dunnam, wonlt you wait until we're married, at least ?"
"Mother," cried Lucy, as she rushed into the house, "Homer wants the Lis-
terine, he's just caught the cutest black and white animal, and he thinks it's got
MIKE VV.: "Quit following me!"
ROY M.: "I gotta. I'n1 going' shame plashe you are."
MIKE: "Whereat ?"
Rov M.: "I dunno, Thash why I'm follown' you!"
THELMA R.: "Oh, dear, my hands are so weak! I've had my gloves on all
RED H. Qin honeyed tonesj: "Been wearing your hat a long time P"
JUDGE: "You are charged with shooting hutterilies out of season."
XVINTERSI "Your Honor, I shot them in self-defense!"
MRS. RROWNI "I-Elula Mae, do not put the Benzine near the tire, we will have
EULA NIAEI "XVell, Mrs. Brown, I didn't know you were superstitious."
DOCTOR FIXIT: "Your larynx, throax and epiglottis appear to be affected."
CHARLES H.: "Gosh! I thought I had throat trouble !"
GREYSIE D.: "Heavens, I've swallowed a pin."
ROBERT M.: "Well, don't ni-ake all that fuss over a pin, here's another one."
Page 81 text:
"Un my own head be it!" were the words Louis XIX' uttered every morning
us he drew on his wig.
Rim C. Qupon grzuluzltiiigzj "Mr, llowzird, l wish to thzmlc you for gill that
l have learned." -
MR. ll0WARllI "Oh, don't mention such :1 trifle."
-IULIAN: Hlhry, did you hear that joke ziliout the ligyptizm Guide. who showel
some tourists two skulls of Cleopatra-one as Z1 girl and one :ls za woman?"
lunar: "l.et's hear it l'
l.,x Y,u.i.i2: "My nose is peeling!"
MARY: "XYell, it's :ui organ, isn't it ?"
Miss l.lNllGliliNI "XYalter, make me a sentence contziininff ne mhewf'
XXALTIZR Xl.: "Nephew want to go, come on."
l7U'l'Cu: "NYhz1t are you doing I1OWZlflZ1yS?,,
Lil.,-XRIQNCIQ ll.: "l'm running Z1 Bessemer Converter at the iron works."
DUTCH! "XYell, drop in some day."
lJUNNAMZ "XYhy is that called an angry stream?"
FRANK H.: "lt foams at the mouthf'
Miss Tmxouz "Do any of the questions bother you?"
SPENCIQR: "No'm, it's the answers."
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JOHN XVILKS: "What would you do if I were to kiss your forehead ?"
ELIZABETH R.: "I would call you down."
MR. PHILLIPS: "The Student Body will please remain in the auditorium for
VOICE FROM REAR: "Give me Liberty or give me death!"
MR. PHILLIPS: "VVho said that?"
VOICE FROM REAR: "I did."
CLARENCE H.: "XVasn't that terrible about that blast at Woodward this
LA VALLE Qln terrified tonesj: "Oh, is that in Eusley P"
MLss NIOODYZ "XX'hen is a sentence not a sentence P"
BETTY S.: "When it's suspended."
KERNEY A.: "I've just been reading some statistics here. Every time I
breathe a man dies."
HERBEIRT F.: "Gosh, man! why don't you use Listerine ?"
ARLINE: "I have a book you ought to read. my dear. Shall I lend it to you ?"
LOUISE M.: "Heavens, no, darling! I can't even find time to read all the
looks I ought not to!"
IXIARYI "Someone come and go to the store with me."
MORGAN: "I will, I'm not proud."
MARY LUCILE: "I can't start my car. Xklill you please tell me what is the
LOYIJ M.: "The starter is locked."
M. L.: "Oh, and I've left my key at home."
MARDIE: "Shall we buy from that soap salesman ?"
CLARA: "Better not, I don't like his Lux." flooksj
VIRGINIA H.: "Did you go to the prize Fight last night."
IXIIKEZ "Now-D'you think I am going to put out my money and let some-
body else have the fun."
MRS. MALLETTE: "Clifford, give me a sentence using 'profanityf "
SPENCER LATHAM: "Did you know I have decided to go to Oxford College?"
EMMAGENE: "Isn't that nice, as you already have your Oxford Bags to
carry your books in."
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