University of Wisconsin Oshkosh - Quiver Yearbook (Oshkosh, WI)

 - Class of 1927

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 Je ! Kennedy: "Do you serve any cheese with apple pie?’ Boots Armstrong: "Yes sir, we serve anyone here.” Mr. Talbot: "Where do all the bugs go in winter?” Elizabeth Kezcrtec (absently) : "Search me." Miss Grieder: “Mr. Gleason, how would you express in Shakespearian language you saw a bow-legged man coming towards you?” Tobcy: “Ah! What curious man is this coming in parenthesis?” Miss Mercier: "When Mr. Cardiff comes to class on time once, we’ll have a picnic.” Steve Sitter (next day Cardiff is on time): “Hurrah! Today we have our picnic.” O’Konski: "Are you the man who cut my hair the last time?" Barber: "1 couldn’t he. sir. I’ve only been here a year.” A. Beaman: "It it weren’t for the fact that we are in a canoe, 1 would kiss you.” Trudy Haenscn: "Take me to shore instantly.” that "Cliidren, behold the Chimpanzee! lie sits on the ancestral tree, From which toe sprang in Ages gone, I'm glad toe sprang-had toe held on We might, for all that I can say, He horrid Chimpanzees today.” Wrage: "Who was the strongest man in Rome?” J. Nelson: "Ccasar. He pitched his tent across the Rhine.” ittkopf: "What’s the difference be- tween the jingle of the American dollar and the Chinese Yen?” Cardiff: "One is the chink of the coin and the other is the coin of the Chink.” We have read this one in Mr. Hewitt's book and wonder just where he heard it. "A professor annoyed by pupils communicating says: ’The minute I get up to speak some fool begins to talk'.” mi in iimiiiin ilium iiiiimimimimiiiiimiiiumuiiiuii iniiiitii(tiiiiiiiiitimmiiHimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiitiiifiiiiimiiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimiii!itii:itiiiiiiiiiiiiii{|ii)iiini!il;iM Greetings from Newmans Apparel for Women and Misses 119 MAIN STREET “Only to the extent that we Serve do we Deserve” Page one hundred eighty-ter en



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A Square Deal For Every Customer Yesterday the Lady Across The Hall told us that she had just purchased a new Spring coat, "and I haven't dared go near the store since'’ she smiled, "for fear I'll see the same coat in their windows marked down.” The J. C. Penney Company prefer to fix a price on their merchandise that will give a reasonable profit, and then continue it. One does not like to spend money, only to find the same article in the window next day marked "Reduced! Special Sale!" We do not believe in this uncertain policy, and always give all of our customers the same square deal. That we are succeeding in popularizing this policy is evidenced by the fact that our stores did a business of over a hundred million last year. uiiuHiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniMiiuHiMiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiuiuiiitiiiiiiniiiniimiuiiiniiiaiiuiiniiiHiiiiuumimiiiuiimiiniiiiiiniimmiiiMituiiuimiiiuuMiumHiiniiMiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiuuia TICKETS, PI.EASE WHEN DID HE PROPOSE? I-ady to station agent: "How long does the train stop here?” Agent: “From two to two, to two-two." Hurst: "Say. do you want to marry a one eyed man?" Davey: "So. why?” Lady: “Fresh thing I’ve a good mind to report you to the superintendent.” Agent: “Pardon me. madam, the train arrives at t 08, and departs at two minutes past two.” Lady: “Thank you.” Hurst: "Then let me carry your umbrella.” For thee I Pine. For thee I Balsam. nniiiiiitniiniraiiiiiimitiiiiiiiiniraiiuitraitairaiimMsitiiitvtitviiinti iimirimiiHimniiiiiidiiniiuiiiitmititiiiniiiuimiiiiiimimiiM SHINGLES AND BOBS OUR SPECIALTY Sanitary Barber Shop 201 MAIN STREET ifiiuiimiitiUDmilinnitiiiuiiMiniiuiiiiHiiuimiiiiiinintiiivitHiiiuiiuiiiiiiiMtitfiiiiiiiiMiiimfuitmitiiiiiiuifiniiiiimimiiiiii WHY CARRY THAT SPOT Schroeder’s Cleaners Will Remove It On Sale At SCHROEDER’S DRUG STORE Oshkosh. Wisconsin Page one hundred eighty-nine

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