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Page 32 text:
Our Radio Stations
W. T. I. C.— We toil in Chemistry.
W. E. A. F.— We experts at French (Oh, where, oh, where have our experts
W. H. A. M.— We hardly are musical. (Music Appreciation class after a test)
W. D? R. C.— We daub; results come. (Art class — What kind of results?)
W. A. B. C.— We are brother classmates. (Seniors to the Juniors)
W. E. L. I.— We’re even living it. (Ancient History Class — Yes, but in a new edition.)
Teacher (encouraging the class when a test is being given): “What you’ve got to do is to stick to it, and you’ll come through with flying colors.” Class (doubtfully): “Yes! At half-mast.”
Why She Asked
Nellie: “Are you an actress, auntie?”
Auntie: “No, dear, why do you ask?”
Nellie: “Because daddy said when you came home, we’d have a scene.”
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Those working are Edward Angelo, Wallingford Central Market; Charlotte Cooper, Hall Brothers; Rose Dighello, Robert Griffin, Yvonne L’Ecuyer, Woolworth’s; Norman Perrault, Saunders’; Enid Sherwood, Mary Kuczo, Robert McKeon, Mae Gallagher, Francis Sabota, H. L. Judd Company; William Thewlis, Atlantic and Pacific Company; Frank Wieland, J. J. Newberry Company; Joseph Sabo, Wallingford Steel Company; Richard Gadd, Charles Nolan, Wallace’s.
The Lookout — Derby High School
Your paper presents a very finished and professional appearance and the literature is fine, but why not have more jokes?
Argus — Gardner High School
Your jokes are exceptionally good, and your poems add wonderfully to the literature section.
The Blue Owl — Attleboro High School
Your cartoons are very entertaining, and you are to be complimented on the completeness of your news.
Killonian — Killingly High School
Your article on men’s dress was very good and the movie and book reviews are excellent.
Windham Croakings — Windham High School
Taken altogether yours is a very fine and interesting paper. More stories, however, would improve your paper.
The Artisan - Meriden High School
Your paper is one of the best arranged ones we have.
The Brown and White Stonington High School
Yours is one of the best papers we have received. Your Who’s Who is good.
Our Hit Parade
1. Why Should I Fall for One Little Girl?— Andrew Hacku
2. Mary Had a Little Lamb —- David Chapman
3. Pick Yourself Up — Bryant Blakeslee
4. Small Town Girl — Gladys Carlson
5. Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight — Janet Magee
6. There're Two Sides to Every Story — Mr. Patten
7. Can I Be Wrong?- Joe Kristan
8. Empty Saddles — Mary Ann and Nancy
9. Dixie — Lulu DeFilippo
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The little girl went to the corner store to purchase some powder for her big sister.
“Do you want the kind that goes off with a bang?” asked the clerk.
“No, the kind that goes on with a puff,” the girl replied.
Teacher: “Can you give me an example of wasted energy?”
Bright Student: “Yes, sir, telling a hair-raising story to a bald-headed man.”
“Be yourselves,” the teacher had directed, “and write what is in you.”
“In me,” the essay of one boy began, “there is my stomach, lungs, heart, liver, two apples, a piece of mince pie, three sticks of celery, a lot of chestnuts, and my dinner.”
“While I was in Europe, I saw a bed twenty feet long and ten feet wide. “Sounds like a lot of bunk to me.”
Beggar: “Have you enough money for a cup of coffee?”
Student: “Oh, I’ll manage somehow, thank you.”
Old English Money One of our brilliant seniors is reported to have said that Samuel Johnson received fifteen guinea pigs for work on his dictionary.
“My wife can hit nails like lightning.”
“Is that so?”
“Yep. You know that lightning rarely hits twice in the same place.”
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