Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1926

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Charlie Gatewood — Miss Woodyard, there is one thing I want to know. Miss Woodyard — What? Charlie — Who waters the bulbs at the electric light plant? Miss Stull (making off report cards) — I had to squeeze some of you to a “B.” “Buck” Crowder (in back of the room) — Yes, she liked to have squeezed me to death. Stranger- — Didn’t you find your dime, little boy? Hurst Owen — Naw, but me kid brudder foun’ it. Stranger — Then what are you looking for? Hurst — Me kid brudder. =H Walter W. — Are you going to the fair? Lena B. — What fair? Walter — The paper says, “Fair here today and tomorrow.” Mont. Chumbley — Gimme a kiss. Kat Dudley— I’ll give you a kick. Mont. — Fine; what’s a kiss without a kick? Wesley Johnson (newsboy) — Great mystery, fifty victims! Mr. Brugh — Here, boy, I’ll take one. (After reading a moment) — Say, boy, there’s .nothing of the kind in this paper; where is it? Wesley — That’s the mastery, Professor; you’re the 51st victim. Miss Finks- — I have went — that’s wrong, isn’t it? Lavy Gray — Yes, ma’am. Miss Finks — Why? Lavy Gray — Because you ain’t went yet. Mary Draper — Where ya’ going? Mary Fitzhugh — Down to the pawn shop to see what time it is. Mary D. — Why the pawn shop? Mary F. — My watch is there. [ 112 ]

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Gladys L. (in music shop) — Have you got “Just One More Kiss?” (He gave it to her.) Ralph — -Women are not what they used to be. Jack — Well no, they used to be girls. Mrs. Cox— Bisect this line. Mabel — Into how many parts? Judson Harris — What’s your idea of a smart girl? T. Dalton — One who can make her complexion taste as good as it looks. =t= Sadie Brinkley — Oh, I do wish I could sing. Margaret Spraker — I do, too, if you are going to keep on trying. Lucille Byrd — May I go have a hair cut? Miss Thomas — What, during school? Lucille — Sure, it grew in school, didn’t it? “You surely are fresh,” said the hen as she laid the egg. LEST WE FORGET That Bill Thomas talks and talks, and having said nothing says it all over again. That Bud Crockett sprained his arm patting himself on the back. Mr. Brugh — Miss Thomas, what is that knot on your head about? Miss Thomas — That’s where a thought struck me. Mr. Brugh — Margaret, Miss Thomas says you were late again this morning. Margaret Dyer — That’s all right, Mr. Brugh, I know you are too intelligent to be influenced by what she says. Miss Thomas — Margaret, tell me what interests you most during my talk. M. Kirkman (reading a letter) — Ernest Lewey. [ 113 ]

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