Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1926

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Page 119 text:

Sherwood Vaughan — What are you doing for a living? C leorge Su m mers — B reathing . Mr. Eckman — What is the use of hydrogen? Wiley Cave — It’s a reducing agent. Anna Cecil — I think I’ll take some. Thelma Bunts — Mary, we are going to have an oral exam on French tomorrow. Mary Boyd — Is it going to be written? Judson Harris — For two cents I would kiss you. Hallie Swaim — Got change for a nickel? Miss Woodyard — Why do we speak of ghosts in Latin? Margaret Kirkman— Because Latin is a dead language. =t= Mary Draper — You know last year the doctor told me if I didn’t stop dancing I’d be feeble-minded. “Bill” Thomas — Well, why didn’t you stop? Miss Stull — May I try that dress on in the window?- Salesman — Sorry, but you’ll have to use the dressing room. Mr. Eckman — What can you tell me about nitrates? Dean Creger — Well-er, they’re a lot cheaper than day rates. Miss Finks — blow does the thief in this story differ from others? Flossie Nowlin — Well, he’s honest. Tom Jordan — Have you read Darwin’s “The Origin of the Species?” Charles Gatewood — No, I haven’t. Tom — You ought to; it will make a man out of you. Catherine Dudley — You raised your hat to that girl you passed. You don’t know her, do you? John Crowder — No, but my brother does and this is his hat. [ 115 ]

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Miss Thomas — Who can name one important thing we have now that we did not have one hundred years ago? George Phelps — Me. Georgia Pack — What is an island? Ruby Crockett — A piece of water. Hi Hs He Wilbur Lewey — What does “ignorance” mean? Sidney Steger — You just made an experiment of it. Mr. Eckman (in chemistry class) — Lucille, what is “aqua fortis?” Now your Latin comes in handy. Lucille Byrd — But I didn’t have any Latin. Mary Smith — What is your new brother’s name, Ruth? Ruth Snapp — I don’t know yet. We can’t understand a word he says. H= Woodson Cummings — If you were standing on a dime how would you resemble Woolworth? Walter Wyatt — I’ll bite — why? Woodson — Nothing over ten cents. Miss Stull — Is there any connecting link between the animal and the vegetable kingdom? Ed Surface — Yes, ma’am, hash. Hazel Reese — “Dick” was almost drowned last night. Agnes G. — How come? Hazel — The pillow slipped, the bed spread and he fell into the spring. Mr. Eckman (in chemistry class) — Which would weigh more, a bee hive with 7 bees or one with 35? Louise Whitt — It is according to the size of the bees. Albert Carpenter — Having any luck in school this year? Charlotte Board — I should say so. Somebody swiped my Latin book. [ H4l



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Miss Woodruff — My night class are little angels. Cecil Bosang — Yes, with horns. She — And knowing my sentiments on the subject, did that odious Tecumseh insult you by offering you a drink? George Crowder — -That’s what he did. She — And how did you resent it? George (meekly) — I swallowed the insult. John Calfee — This food isn’t fit for a pig to eat. Waiter — Then don’t eat it, sir. A GRAVE MISTAKE Charlie Gatewood — Hello! I want to order a box for to- morrow. At the other end — What size? “There will be six of us in the party.” “But they only come in single sizes; we’ll have to have it made special.” “Is this the Dalton Theatre?” “No, this is the undertaker.” Hilda- — I went to see the new play last night. Colleen — Full of ideas, isn’t it? Hilda — Yes, I noticed a skirt of lace cross-gored, a coat in a new shade of grey, and an orange tunic decorated with green spots. Marvin- — The ancients considered the liver the seat of affection. Bud — Yes, and now it’s the knee. Miss Thomas had been impressing upon her pupils the dire fate of Tyre and Sidon, after which she inaugurated a cross- examination. “What became of Sidon?” she asked Patrick O’Dell. “It was destroyed,” answered Patrick. “And what became of Tyre.” Patrick hesitated and then replied decisively: “Punctured.” [ 116 ]

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