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

 - Class of 1946

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A woman driver had just run down a pedestrian and she stopped and hol- lowed, "Look out." The man raised himself off the street and said, "Egad, are you coming back?" 1+ A New Yorker was showing his na- tive city to one of his friends from out of town. New Yorker: "Now this building was built in six months." Friend: "Oh, that's where l come from we built one twice that big in five months." New Yorker: "This building was built in half." Friend: "What about it. We built a sixty-eight story building in just a year." Friend: tComing to Empire State Build- ingl "Whats that building?" New Yorker: "Well, l'm sure l don't know. lt wasn't here fifteen minutes ago!" nothing. Back fifty-two story a year and a JF "Are you looking for work, young man?" "Not exactly, but l'd like a job." ff- Tommy: "l'Ve eaten beef all my life and l'm as strong as an ox." limmy: "That's funny, l've eaten fish all my life and I can't swim a stroke." X- Horse Sense-That which keeps a horse from betting on a man. X' Billy Lemmon: "l'm indebted to you for everything l know." Mr. Norton: "Oh, don't mention such a mere trifle." 14- Visitors always make us happy: some when they come and others when they go. Dt- Absent minded professor Centering a telephone boothjz "Fourth floor, please." X' Viking Ioke Editor: "There's some- thing l've always wanted, and never been able to get." Miss Bertrand: "That's a laugh!" Pug? Om' Hundred Thirty-High! And there was the Freshman who tried to get a passage to Europe on the S. S. Knapp. JF Cop: "Hey, you can't do that!" Carolyn Weaver: "Why not? A right turn is wrong-the left turn is right. lt isn't right to turn right, because the right turn is wrong. lf you wanna turn right, turn left, and-" Cop: "Aw, go ahead!" 4- North Dallas Student Ccoming into a storel: "Say, how about trying that suit on in the window?" Salesman: "Sorry, but you'll have to use the dressing room." 14' "What is a genius, Pop?" "A genius, son, is a man who can re- write a traveling salesman's jokes and get them accepted by the Ladies Home Iournall" M- "What did you get for your birth- day?" "You know that new Chrysler sport roadster we saw in the window last week?" "Yeh?" "Well, l got 55.00" 4 Mrs. Ransome: "What would happen if a colored waiter were to drop a plat- ter of turkey?" Smart One: "The humiliation of Afri- ca, the destruction of China, the over- flow of Greece, and the fall of Turkey." DF A pedestrian had fallen into a man- hole and called for help. "Dear men," said a gentleman who happened along, "have you fallen into that manhole?" "Not at all," was the reply. "As you seem interested l will say that l just happened to be down here and they built the pavement over me." DF Helen: "l wonder what men talk about when they're off by themselves." Nellie: "Probably the same things we do." Helen: "Oh, aren't they awful!"



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A woman is judged by her company, but not until they have left. Dt- A man was speeding along the road in his car. A state trooper caught up with him and made him pull over to the side of the road. "Why were you going so fast?" "My brakes are bad and I was hurry- ing home before I had an accident," re- plied the driver. Q4- First Ioe: "Your car has no horn, has it?" A 'Second Ioe: "No, it doesn't need one." First Ioe: "Why?" Second Ioe: "Because it says 'Dodge Brothers' on the front of the car." 24- Mr. Syron: "What is the chemical formula for water?" Chem. I Student: "I-I I I K L M N O." Mr. Syron: "What are you talking about? Stop babbling." Student: "Well, sir, yesterday you told us it was H to O." X, , A famous pianist was hired to play for an ambitious amateur singer. T lady continually sang off key. At last the accompanist turned to her in despair: "Madam," he shouted, "I play the black keys, I play the white keys: but still you sing in the cracks." X- The teacher left the classroom for a few minutes. On her return, she found the class noisy and disorderly. "How does it happen," she asked angrily, "that I never find you study- ing when I come back to the room?" A piping voice answered, "Please, ma'am," it said, "you wear rubber heels." if Two thieves were looting a hotel roorn when they were interrupted by a knock at the door. "Open up!" shouted a voice. "What'll we do?" whispered the first thief. "Let's jump out the window," his fel- low burglar replied. "Silt we're on the thirteenth floor," said the first thief. Page One H1ma'1'ea' Forty 1 V xv . "Listen pal," said the other, as he thrust one leg over the sill, "this is no time to be superstitutious." X- Passenger: "You'll bring me back safely, won't you?" Aviator: "Have no fear, madam. I never left anybody up there yet." X' "You musn't laugh out loud in the classroom," the teacher told Iohnnie. "I didn't mean to do it," apologized Iohnnie. "I was smiling and it broke." X' He: "Are you sure that you've never been out with a sailor before?" She: "Certainly, I'm sure." He: "Swell Where shall I meet you?" She: "At 2100, on the starboard side of Pier 2." "Iohn," she called, as he drove out of the garage, "when you're in town, stop at the grocery store and buy a jar of that traffic jam I keep reading about." JF Father came home one night and asked his little dears, "What have you children been doing to help mother?" "I washed the dishes," boasted Mary Ann. "I dried them," answered Iunior. The youngest smiled sweetly and said, "I picked up all the pieces." JF "I is-',' began a schoolchild. "I am," corrected his teacher. So he proceeded, "I am the ninth let- ter in the alphabet. x- I-Ie fin restaurantl: "A scientist says that what we eat we become." She: "G-ood, let's order something rich." X' Lecturer Cafter his speech? "Give my check to some charity." Chairman: "Would you mind if we add it to our special fund?" Lecturer: "Not at all. What is the fund for?" Chairman: "To enable us to get bet- ter lecturers next year."

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