Marion High School - Noiram Yearbook (Marion, NY)

 - Class of 1925

Page 103 of 154

 

Marion High School - Noiram Yearbook (Marion, NY) online yearbook collection, 1925 Edition, Page 103 of 154
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N w i r f any THE HOME OF PATENTED MEDICINES AND CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED PRESCRIPTIONS OBERTS' REMEDIES ELIEVE PAINS EADILY We handle a complete line of toilet goods. We keep our old customers and are continually getting new ones. Phone 295 N. W. Corner Square FAVORITE SONGS My Bonnie ls Over the Ocean ................. Sleep, Baby Sleep ................. Sweet Genevieve ................ My Maryland ................ The Bridal Chorus ........... The Spanish Cavalier ...... .............Dutch Cash .......Mack Dunston .........Dorwin Scott .........Cnlenn Storme Browne ................Pat Felts Old Black Joe ............. ......... I Ulysess Gaines Jingle Bells ............................ ....,........... 8 :40 Bell All Through the Night .............. ......... W e cram for exam. Can a Little Child Like Me ........ .......... E ver Be a Senior School Day Sweethearts .......... The Battle Cry of Freedom ....... ...... The Wearing of the Green ..... How Can l Leave You .............. One Sweetly Solemn Thought ....... I Now the Day ls Over ............... 99 .........Emil and Thelma ...Three o'clock bell ..........All Freshmen T. H. S. exam. .........Three o'clock

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DD... , L . - a . . . Jokes 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 space." 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 are?" Loren Russell: "No, what?" George: "The sap." Mr. Browne fin Civics classlz Clifton, what is the highest building in Chicago?" Pat Felts: "Why the highest one isn't built yet." 98



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