Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1922

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Page 89 text:

THE ORIOLE 85 Miss Thomas — What are the people of Turkey called? Class (unanimously)- — T urks. M iss T.— Y es. What are the people of Austria called? Nick D. — Ostriches. + + + TWENTY-THIRD PSALM (Revised by Juniors) Caesar is our friend, ve shall not want another; He maketh us to stay in after school Eor his translating’s sake. While we are in Pulaski High We shall fear no evil, For he will always be with us, And M iss Watts tries to comfort us By her “Now hurry up’’ in Caesar class. He prepareth a breakdown for us In the presence of our teacher; Our tears begin to flow. Surely, Caesar and Miss Watts shall follow us All the days of our lives, And we shall be in Pulaski High School forever. L. P. ' 23. + J 4 Mr. Elliott — Eugene, where’s that bit of paper with the combination of the safe on it? I can’t unlock the safe with- out it. Eugene — You said to put it where it wouldn’t get lost, so I put it in the safe, sir. + + + Linda — What’s the matter, Nannie; swallowed something the wrong way? Nannie- — No, swallowed the wrong thing the right way. + + + Miss Finks — What do you know about the age of Eliza- beth, Girard? Girard (dreamily) — She’ll be eighteen next May. + + + A pair in the hammock attempted a kiss, W hen all of a sudden •sup. 3-jij paqooj Aaqx

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84 THE O RIOLE SIGNIFICANT STONES Freshman — Emerald J unior — Grindstone Sophomore — Moonstone Senior— Tombstone + + + Jim T. — Eugene, have you read “Freckles?” Eugene — No, thank goodness, mine are brown. + + + Raymond D.- — Did you ever take chloroform? Jim T. — No, who teaches it? + + + Miss Finks (in English class) — What is aftermath? Robt. Bunts — Recess. + + Linda Conduff (discovering hole in her sweater) — Dear me, I simply must cuss this sweater. + + + Mr. Eckman — What does lime and water form? I )orothy J ameson — Whitewash. + + + Miss Ralston — Take this proposition tomorrow and we will go to the board on it. (Who says the Seniors are not riding through geometry?) 4 + + Miss Thomas (lecturing Seniors in Civics)- — Always con- sider the man — that’s the important question. + + + Billy Lovvman (hunting for English book) —Who’s got my “Princess?” Julian M.- — I have. Billy- — Now, Judy, you’re always cutting me out. + + + Georgia T. — Er— aw — What was the denomination of the bill you loaned me? Nannie Dalton — Episcopalian I guess. It seems to keep lent very well. Gi. Bunts used to get “D” on composition because of mis- spelled words; now he uses dialect and gets “A.”



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86 THE ORIOLE President of Senior Class (at meeting) — Order, please. Eugene O.- — Ham and eggs. + + + Vernelle — Have you seen “The Salamander?” Mary D. — That’s French for dining room, isn’t it? + + + Mr. Eckrnan — What is space? Howard G. — 1 have it in my head, but I can’t explain it. + + + Miss Ralston — Moore, when are algebraic signs used? Moore Harvey — When — er — when you don’t know what you arc talking about. + + + Marjorie Chandler — Well, I didn’t know Columbus had a telephone; but here’s his number as plain as day — 1492. + + + Billy Cheves — It’s a good thing they don’t measure a man by inches, or where would I be? + + + Mr. Eckrnan — What is the shape of the earth? Georgia T. — Round. Mr. E. — How do you know? Georgia — AH right, it’s square then; I don’t want to start an argument. + 1 + Virginia Roberts (reading in English class) — While wander- ing along he came to a brook. He walked along the bank hunt- ing for a ford to cross. Nick Dallas— Why, I didn’t know they had Fords then. + + + Carl Bunts — I thought you took Latin last year. Alonzo Carper — I did, but Miss Watts gave me an encore. + + + Marvin — Ronald Powell is going to be P. H. S. crack pitcher next year. Alton — Why? Marvin — He’s taking a correspondence course on pitching.

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