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N MY wanderings over the globe I have found it fun to notice win-
dows. As you know there are many kinds of Windows: cheery,
shiny windows, gloomy, broken Windows, huge, dirty Windows,
and solemn, religious windows.
The cheery, shiny windows are found in Holland. Of course cheery
windows must be clean and so Dutch wives and daughters scrub Windows
every day. Cheery Windows are so shiny that only bright curtains and
yellow tulips are seen through them.
Gloomy, broken windows are found in old German castles. Spiders
have made the cracked frames their haunts and dust has covered them for
many years. The only thing seen through these windows is a ghost or a
bluish light, and these only at night. Ghosts of servants in leggings and
night caps are the only ones who clean them and sometimes the panes break
a little morewith an eerie sound.
Huge, dirty windows are found in America. Through them are seen
only an old man and his dust-covered books and a sign on the front reads,
"Second Hand Books." A little rag-a-muffin cleans them every Saturday
and receives a nickel in payment before the Work is done, therefore his work
is not done well.
Solemn, religious windows are found in Rome: Vlfindows that point to
heaven, with ligures of our Lord marvelously Wrought upon them. There
is the Life of St. Catherineg there, the Crucifixion of Our Lord. The sun
'Tasling CL fli1n,,1'ellglous lflglzl.
There let llze peafllng organ blow
To the full voiced choir below,
171- serifice high and cmlhems clear,
As may with sweelness llzrough mine em'
Dissolve me into ecstasies,
And bring CLZZPIGCLYIG77, before mine eyes."
Cynthia Knapp, '35.
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"No, sir, I'll not go down in the elevati. l'll stay here till I rot."
"But you Won't be allowed to stay that long. Come on, I'll go with
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"All right, but I'll never come up in one again, if I get down this time."
Mundy stepped in the elevator holding tightly to Martha. Be-
fore she could open her mouth to scream she was ready to get out. She
marched out of the store to the waiting Mr. Mundy and said: "Take me
home this minute and don't argue. Elevatil Humph!"
Helen Cecil, '38,
They tell its lifeis golden,
They say that it is bright,
That through the darkest storrn clouds
There shines a ray of light.
They say that those among ns
lflfho always do the right
Shall surely be rewarded-
Saved from eternal night.
They tell ns to have mercy,
Befriend the starving childg
That all our earthly actions
On golden books are filed.
The good ones and the bad ones
Are checked with egnal care,
And when our days are over
The books are balanced there-
The good deeds on the right side,
To balance if they can,
The errors on the left side g
I t's part of Heaven's plan.
Oar records can't be perfect,
Yet in our daily strife
TfVe can inscribe our narnes upon
The Savior's Book of Life.
57 Jack Carney, '35.
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Notice on Bulletin Board of P. H. S.
put there recently by our principal, Mr.
Eckman: "VVhen spreading your coat at
a picnic for a girl friend to sit on, take it
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Elizabeth Summers-Come up tomor-
row and look at my Rembrandts
Frances I-Iardy-'Sorry, but I promised
Carolyn White I'd be over to look at her
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Ruth Bocock-XViggle, what's your
Ruth B.-But, honey, gray is so dull and
Pauline VV. fclreamilyl-You just don't
know him. '
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"Hinkie" Dewey-WhaL's all the fuss
Dawn Purvis-Banie just turned a cor-
Dawn-There wasn't any corner.
Roswell Scagle--Xkfanta go swimmin'?
Helen Boothe--I don't swim.
Roswell-Wanta go bathing?
Helen-I dou't-aw, shut up.
Sophia Wallace was waiting for a car
when the masher came along. He smiled
and removed his hat and said, "It's a cold
day, isn't it?" Sophia smiled and nodded.
Encouraged he continued, "My name is
Specknoodlef' "Oh, I'm so sorry," she
said sympathetically, and he drifted away
in the crowd.
Fitzhugh I-Iiltzheimer-Do you Want
soirie one to watch the shop, while you go
Storekeeper-No thanks, boy, I'm not
Fitzhugh-Oh, yes you are, your wife'S
just fallen in the river.
Alta Matheney-The size of your bill
makes my blood boil.
Doctor-That will be twenty dollars
more for sterilizing your system.
Sunday School Teacher-Bobby, can
you tell me why the lions didn't eat
Bobby Cecil-Because most of him was
grit and the rest was backbone.
-I. F. Jones-If this occurs again, I sl1all
be compelled to get another store boy.
"Marty" Bocock-I wish you would,
sir, there's quite enough work for two of us.
"Chief" Pierce-I-Iey! come out of that.
Bathing is not allowed here.
Clark Owen Cin pondj-Pardon me, sir,
1,111 not bathing-I'm drowning.
Hazel WoodMDo you like corned beef?
Virginia Rhodes-No, I don't like it,
and I'm glad I don't like it, because if I
liked it I would eat it, and I hate the darn-
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Nancy-Who went into the Ark before
N ancy-W ell, the Bible says Noah came
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Miss DaltoniWhal"s a molecule?
Virginia Wallner-A molecule is some-
thing so small that it cannot be seen
through a microbe.
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Miss Kinder-One of the chief charac-
teristics of Romanticism is the return to
Mr. Cobb recently married Miss Webbg
he knew they were intended for each other
as soon as he spider.
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