Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1929

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Miss Dalton — Do von think the radio has increased the music lovers? Miller Bushong — Yes’m, I read where a couple had been married over the radio yesterday. Billie Harman — What kind of so.: does Herbert Hoover wear? “Bee” Kinzer — I don’t know. Billie Harman — Well, you should. You were one of his supporters. Charles — Why didn’t you answer my letter? Beth — Didn’t get it. Charles — Didn’t get it? Beth — No, and besides I didn’t like some of the things you said in it. Miss Dalton — Ma rzell, are you sure you understand this machine? Marzell — Of course, my dad is a mechanic. Mr. Shuff — I’m going to get married. Miss Blair — That’s fine. Going to have a bridal tour? Mr. Shuff — No, hold hei by the ears. Fire Inspector — -But where are your fire escapes? Mr. Eckman — Why, didn’t you know ' : t’s leap year? Robert Eastman — What is the best way to keep a dog from going mad in August? Julian Groseclose — Shoot him in July. Miss Pugh — Lucille, turn around. Sam Haislip — Yes, do make her turn around before she tempts me. Margaret Matheney — What are you doing now, Louis? Louis Jackson — Aerial work for circus. Margaret — Whazzat? Louis — I blow up the balloons. Lip-stick and fly-paper are very much alike; they catch careless creatures that pause to investigate. •T - •‘W J 5 FT 6 i(i 1

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Palmer K — Have I the pleasant expression you desire? Photographer — Perfectly, sir. Palmer — Then shoot quick; i f hurts my face. Garnett K — Lucille, wanna fly? Lucille Richardson — Oooo, yess Garnett K — Wait a minute and I ' ll catch you one. Palmer K — Aren’t you crazy about bathing beauties? “Shorty” Draper — Don’t know, I never bathed one Harold — “Hefty” Kinzer called me a liar, and bigas he is I knocked him sprawling in the street. Nell Bowles — What with, your bare fist? Harold — Naw, with my automobile. Mr.Shuff — Did your father help you with this problem? Duane — No, I got it wrong myself! Miss Pugh — And just think! One of you may be presi- dent some day. All of you who would like to be president, please rise. (All arise except Miller B.) “Well, Miller, what’s the matter? Wouldn’t you like to be president? Miller B — Yes’m, but I can’t. Miss Pugh — Why not? Miller B. — Because I’m a Democrat. Mr. Slniff — Pi R square. Wilbur Lewev — Pies are round. Miss Peters — Mozelle seems to be very fond of music, doesn’t she? Virginia Wood — Yes, you will always find her at the piano when her mother is washing dishes. Lucille R — Harold, wh don’t you get a haircut? Harold (using economy) — Oh, I find it cheaper to pay dog license; you don’t have to pay it but once a year. Miss Rosenblatt — Here, he re, what are you fellows fighting about? Garnett Browder — He just said I didn’t have any brains. Miss Rosenblatt — Don’t let a little thing like that break up your friendship. Mr. Eckman (in speaking to some patron of the school) — What course is your son studying now? Patron — Just the plain epidemic course. 162

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