Pulaski High School - Oriole Yearbook (Pulaski, VA)

 - Class of 1933

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Page Forty-four TI-IE ORIOLE Miss Croswhite-And what lessons do we learn from the busy bee? Ruth Bocock-Not to get stung. 11111211 Christine White-I thought that you had died. Curtis Covey-Of course not, why? Christine-I heard someone speak well of you this morning. liiklk "Fuzz" I-Iall-Is Bruno a good watch dog? Bill Matheney-ls he? lfVhy, our house was robbed three times and Bruno watched intently. 412111: Brown Cox Qin Miss Dalton's physics classj-But how did we stay on the earth before the law of gravity was passed? 164112 joe Harman-Let's do the elevator dance. ' Helen Boothe-VVhat's that? Joe-Over in the corner with no steps. 1'-ii Paper Boy-Extra! Extra! All about the big swindle. 365 people swindled. Mr. Ecknian-I'll take a paper. Vlfell the little scamp: there nothing in here about a swinclle. Paper Boy-Cgoing on down the streetl Extra! 366 swinclled. Pkilfbk Miss Pugh-VVhat is the President's pocket veto? David Ratcliff-That's when the Presi' dent puts the bill in his pocket and forgets about it. Fllllflk Miss Pugh-Do you think Washington could have pitched a clollar across the Rappahannock River, as he is said to have done? Mary Ellen XVilliams-I don't know. But it says in our history book that VVash- ington pitched his camp across the Dela- aware when the British were pursuing him. Roy Duncan-Wihat would you advise me to do now that I've finished school? Mr. Eckman-Pick up a newspaper and read the want ads. 1183 Lady-I want a wart remover. Hardware Clerk-But, lady, I'rn not a doctor. Lady-I know it. I want to buy a revolver! if if ik Dentist-XVhich one do you want ex- tracted? Pullman Porter-Lower seven. lk ll' FIC Salesman-Here's a nice card. lt says, Christmas greetings to the only boy I ever loved. Kate Robinson-Fine, give me six of them. 1115914 Evangeline Eastman-VVhat is your favorite book? Catherine Cecil-It always has been my bank book-but even that is lacking in interest now. Sli if if Aulden Lemons-I went to sleep and dreamed that I died. Bill Matheney-And the heat woke you u? P ilk? Edythe Martindwhat is the difference between cabbage and a lemon? Frances Coleman-I don't know. Edythe-You'd be a line one to send after lemons. Sli lk ik Teacher Ctalking over phonel-You say Stuart is ill and will not be at school? Who is this, please.? Voice over phone-This is my father. ifllflk Nancy Bushong-I wish my name was Asia. lVIittie Nunn-VVhy? Nancy-Have you never heard of Tur- key in Asia?

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TI-IE ORIOLE Page Forty-three Christo Pack-eCurtis, are we friends? Curtis Covey-Yes, friends to the end. Christo-Well, how about lending me ten dollars? Curtis-That is the end. fkfkfk "Are you Hungary?" "Yes, Siam." "Then Russia to the table and I'll Fiji." "All right, Sweden my coffee and Den- mark my bill." Sk lk Ik A hundred years ago or more, When this was a wilderness drear, A man with powder in his gun Went out to hunt a deer. But now, alas, I have to say, We have a different plan: The dear with powder on her face Goes out to hunt the man. Ikfklk "William," said Mr. Ford in Civics class, to drive home the lesson which was on charity and kindness, "if I saw a man beating a donkey and stopped him from doing so, what virtue would I be showing?" "Brotherly love," said William. 'll lk if She was so dumb she thought noodle soup was a kind of shampoo. lk if if ' Stranger-We came for the dyer's con- vention. Beulah Harrell-Oh, yes, where are you stain? if if ik Landlady-A professor formerly oc- cupied this room, Miss. He invented an explosive. Miss DuValwAhl I suppose those spots on the ceiling are the explosive. Landlady-No, they're the professor. Skiklk Mother-What did your father say when you smashed the new car? Chester Palmer-Shall I leave out the swear words? Mother-Yes, of course. Chester-He didn't say a word. Panhandler-Say, buddy, could you spare a buck for coffee? Frank Amburn--A dollar for coffee? Preposterous! Panhandler-just tell me yes or no- but don't try to tell me how to run my business. 1014281 Mrs. Hall-Now, Annie Muire, wliat's the meaning of this poem? Annie M.-It's too late, Mrs. Hall. Mrs. Hall-NVhat do you mean, too late? Annie-Browning is dead, and no one else knows. 41418 Wintry winds whined weirdlyg Willie wriggled while Winnie wheezed wretchedly. Wlisdom Whispers, winter winds work wheezes. fklkll Visitor-Milton is making good pro- gress with his violin. He is beginning to play quite nicely. Mr. Brockmeyer-Do you really think so? We were afraid we'd merely gotten used to it. Pkfkvk "If this is chicken," complained the diner-out, "I'm a fool." "Quite right, sir," said the waiter ami- ably, "It is chicken." 414111 "Eliza," said a friend of the family to the old colored wasliwoman, "have you seen Miss Edith's finance?" "No, ma'am. It ain't been in the wash yet." if W if Miss Croswhite-Now, Walter, can you tell me what the Hedjaz is? Walter Carper-l'm not quite sure, but I think it means Paul Wlhiteman leading his orchestra. Qfifk Norman Rauhof-George VVashington must have had a wonderful memory. Miss Dalton-Why so, Norman? Norman-'Cause most everywhere you go you see a monument erected to his memory.

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