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The praise of Bacchus then the sweet musician sang,
Of Bacchus ever fair, and ever young.
The jolly god in triumph comes:
Sound the trumpets, beat the drums:
Flushed with purple gtrace
He shows his honest face:
Now kive the hautboys breath: he comes, he comes.
Sweet the pleasure,
Sweet is pleasure after pain.
One of the French students had written Miss Whiteside's name on the
board as Mademoiselle Whiteside. The first hour English l class saw it, and
on returning to the assembly, Ted Penley said to Dick Harris, "Dick, do you
know what Miss Whiteside's first name is?"
Dick: "Yes, do you?"
P Ted: "I'll het you can't spell it."
Dick: "Why, it's M-a-r-y."
Ted: "No sir, it's m-a-d-e-m-o-i-s-e-l-l-e."
Miss R. Patterson Qafter studying "The Bob-o-link" in classlz ' Now,
Priestly, why do they call the Bob-o-link the White Quaker?"
Priestly C.: "l don't know unless it is to advertise Quaker Oats."
Mildred Gill in Chemistry class: "Matter is anything that occupies
Mr. Cammack fholding up a pen? :"Good, now is this matter?"
Mildred: "Why no, that's a pen."
Mr. Tullis Cin Geometry classj: "What would happen, Virirginia, if a
nail was put in each end of a fountain pen?"
Virginia Dunston: "Why, it would ruin it, of course."
Mr. Browne fin Civics classl: "Thelma, does the District of Columbia
have any Congressmen?"
Thelma Cash: "Why-yes-they have two at-large."
Mr. Browne: "They must be at-large, for the have never been caught."
George A.:" "Loren, do you know what part of the family tree you
Loren Russell: "No, what?"
George: "The sap."
Mr. Browne fin Civics classlz Clifton, what is the highest building in
Pat Felts: "Why the highest one isn't built yet."
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