North Dallas High School - Viking Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1946

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l DADS' CLUB SALUTEB BABBABA FLEMING Otfioial Clulo Sweetheart Conaratulations to Graduates North Dallas Dads' Clulo GORDON F. CULLUM, Pres. II. C. ATTERBURY, Sec.-Treas. MELVIN W. MOORE, V-Pres. ROGER DAVIS, V-Pres. HUGHES KNIGHT, V-Pres. O. THOMPSON, V-Pres. C. D. BILLINGSLEY, V-Pres. MALCOLM KINNEY, V-Pres. IgO H tlr all Tbirf 3th

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Polly: "l've been cooking for four years." "Molly: "You ought to be well done by now!" JF Buyer: "Gee, it's tough when you pay 50 cents a pound for meat! Butcher: "lt's tougher when you pay twenty-five cents a pound." JI' "l think your son is spoiled." 'Tm inclined to disagree with you, old man." "Well, come out and see what a steam roller just did to him." DF Mrs. Olson: "Did your school play have a happy ending?" Herbert: "You said it. Everybody was glad it was over." 14- "What is the Mason-Dixon line?" "lt's the division between 'you all' and 'youse guys.' " . X' Corp.: "That new recruit used to be a clerk." Sgt.: "How can you tell?" Corp.: "Every time he stands at ease he tries to put his rifle behind his ear." X- Mrs. Dowig: "Did you hear that my daughter married an Irishman?" Mrs. Fizzell: "Oh, really?" Mrs. Dowig: "No, O'Reilly." JF "What makes you think you'll get out of jail before you end your sentence?" "Because my wife's never let me fin- ish one yet." DF "This all-day sucker looks bigger," gloated a boy looking at his purchase. "Of course," explained the storekeep- er, 'the days are getting longer now." JF "I just heard that your background has been associated with royal burial places and Egyptian tombs. How did you find out about it?" "My mummy don' tole me." Page One Hundred Tbirly-lwo "Why doesn't the Sing-Sing football team wont to play the Army team?" "They don't want to prove that the pen is mightier than the sword." X- Radio announcer: "Tune in again next week-same station, same time, same jokes!" . wr Awakened by a slight noise one night, my grandmother sat up in bed and saw a man bending over the dress- er, obviously intent on robbery. Grand- ma, not one to lose her head in an emergency, didn't start screaming for the police. She just tapped Grandpa on the shoulder and said: "Sam, there's a gentleman here to see you." JG- "Was your daughter ever an act- ress?" "No. However, she once had her leg in a cast." JF "How is the lad who swallowed the half dollar piece?" "No change in him yet." X' Trick in Mathematics: Multiply your age by 2 and add 5 to the result. . Multiply by 50. Add the change in your pocket, if less than a dollar. Subtract the number of days in this year, 365. Add ll5 for good measure. The two left hand figures will show your age. The two right hand figures the change in your pocket. Try it. 1+ Pat, a truck driver, stopped suddenly on the highway. The car behind crash- ed into the truck and the owner sued the lrishman. "Why didn't you hold out your hand?" the judge asked Pat. "Well," he said indignantly, "if he couldn't see the truck, how in hivin's name could he see my hand?" DF "What you a-doin', chile?" "Nuthin', man'1rny." "My, but you's gettin' more like your daddy ev'ry day."



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"Gee, he always is fortunate in bum- ming rides." "He ought to be. His face would stop a train." if Perry Willson: "l intend to work on a paper when l graduate." Mr. Matthews: "Whate route do you want?" DF "What do you mean by telling Mary l'm a fool?" "l'm sorryfl didn't know it was a secret." DF "Do strawberries have legs?" UNO ,, "Then l must have swallowed a cater- pillar." JF Your eyes are Hazel, Your lips are as red as a Bose, Your skin is Olive, Your laugh is Mary, Your are all Grace- Now why did they name you Betty? DF "Sonny," a woman called to a boy passing her house, "would you mind putting this parcel on a streetcar? lt's my husbands lunch." "What streetcar?" the boy asked. "Any streetcar," the woman said. "He works in the company's lost-objects of- fice." A+ "So you are joining the army," cooed the sweet young thing. "Will you get a commission?" "No, just straight pay." 4 "What animal can jump higher than the Empire State Building?" "l'm sure l don't know." "All of them, silly. Who ever heard of a building jumping?" X- The Lesson in English l was a writ- ten essay on "Our Dog." Little jimmy finished first with this essay-"Our Dog. We ain't got none." Paqr' Om Hmnlrml Thirfy-fmlr "Why are you going to quit, Bill? Are your wages too low?" "The wages are all right, but l'm keeping a horse out of a job." JF A history teacher had lectured her class long and well. "And now, Pat, if the President of the United States should die, who would get the job?" Pat thought for a moment and an- swered, "A Democratic undertakerf' JP Filling out an application for a de- pendency allotment a soldier answered no to the question as to whether he had any dependents. "You'Ve got a wife, haven't you?" asked the sergeant. "Yes," replied the soldier, "but she ain't dependable." JF Two men were brought before the judge for fighting in the street. "Couldn't this case be settled out of court?" asked the judge. "That's what we were doing," an- swered one of the combatants, "when the cop pinched us." 4 "l don't want any callers this after- noon," said the employer to the office boy. "lf they say their business is im- portant just tell them that's what they all say." That afternoon a lady called and in- sisted on seeing the boss. "But l am his wife," she exclaimed. "That's what they all say," came the office boy's reply. if The sailor playing right field missed three easy flies. Returning to the dug- out between innings he explained to the athletic officer, "l guess l'll have to get some glasses." "Glasses!" roared the officer, "you're too far gone for glasses! What you need is radar!" 14- A well-dressed woman walked into a bank and looked about her with such a commanding air that the president of the bank came out to wait on her. "ls there anything l can do for you, madarn?" he asked. "Yes," she said, taking out an en- velope and a slip of paper from an al- ligator bag, "Sign here, please, Western Union."

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