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Page 58 text:
y SGULE CULLEGE
1410 JACKSON AVENUE MAgnolia 1122
A distinctive, outstanding, progressive business training school for
Men and Women of high school, junior college and university grade.
Thousands of graduates in good paying positions. You can become one
of them. The Soule Personal Instruction method of teaching is an Incen-
tive to Hard Work and gets Superior Results.
We are prepared to give young men and women the intensive training
necessary to pass the "entrance examinations" to enter an up-to-date busi-
85th SUCCESSFUL YEAR
Call or Phone for 'Complete Information
"Soule Students Succeed"
Page 57 text:
Carol Taylor, '42
Editor's Note: It .veems ns though if
har bandlv been a week .viure I wrole
my las! Edilorlv Note. In order lo
nmke our magazine a bigger and better
one, the cooperation of euch and every
girl in the school is needed. So don't
forget about the small green box in the
Customer: "I want some consoli-
Druggist: "You mean concen-
Customer: "It does nutmeg any
difference. That's what I camphor.
What does it sulphur?"
Druggist: "Fifteen cents. I have
never cinnomon with so much wit."
Friend ln Need
"Say, Bob, may I borrow your
"Got a piece of writing paper I
"Going past the mailbox when you
"Wait a minute till I finish this
letter, will you?"
"Want to lend me a stamp?"
"Much obliged. Say, what is your
John: Do you know why the bug
ate a hole in the rug?
John: To see the "floor show."
Extra I ! !
Newsboy: Great Mystery!! Fifty
victims. Paper, mister?
Man: Here boy, I'1l take one-
Say, boy, there's nothing about a
mystery in this paper. Where is it?
Newsboy: That's the mystery,
mister. You're the fifty-first vic-
Girls when they went for a swim,
Once dressed like Mother Hubbard.
But now they have another whim,
And dress more like her cupboard.
Bob: I think you have on too
' Betty: That's not rouge. I'm just
Bob: Then your left cheek is
healthier than your right.
Case of Necessity
Binks: Are you going to the lec-
Binks: I advise you to stay away.
It's sure to be awfully boring.
Jinks: I'm afraid I can't get out
of it-I'm the lecturer.
A landlady brought in a plateful Of
very thin slices of bread.
Tennant: Did you cut this bread,
Mrs. Smith: Yes.
Tennant: O.K., shuffle and I'll
He: Aw, please-
He: Even if I tell you I love you
more than anybody in the entire
She: Positively no.
He: Aw, but mother, all the other
freshmen stay out after ten-thirty.
Normal Kensa, who wrote the new
Ginger Roger picture, was recently
discussing a title for that movie with
the diiecor. Buddy de Sylvia joined
the discussion and assured: "What
this picture needs is a sock title to
bring in the customers . . . Kansa
leaped from his chair. "I've got it,"
he shouted. Let's call it H5000 Bank
Heard in The Corridor:
Ellen: I have to take a concentra-
tion test. '
Jane: You mean a comprehensive
Ellen: Well, that's what I meant.
0 -ii2f'J.'JlA O
The Parent-Teacher Cooperative Club of McMain dedicates this to the
Student Body in general and to the Graduates of June, 1941 in particular.
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The H. Sophie Newcomb
College For Women
Tulane University of Louisiana SCC1'C1I2l1'1'21l School
A Southern college for women. Ideally situ-
ated in a residential district of the city of New The lmfwffi0'1 15 lndividualistui
Orleans. Standard requirements for admission
and for graduation.
Complete courses leading to the degrees of '
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bache-
lor of Fine Arts.
College facilities include excellent equipment MRS. RUTH WARNER MULLEN
in the School of Art and School of Music. Director
Properly selected course meets the requirements
for teachin licenses in the various states.
g 5524 Napoleon Ave.
For catalogue and further particulars, address
New Orleans, La.
Registrar, Newcomb College
New Orleans, La.
YOUR OWN DEFENSE PROGRAM
. . . is your future earning power. Just as the United States is guaranteeing the
preservation of its freedom by training skilled men in a defense program, you can
insure your economic freedom by getting a specialized business education.
At Ha1e's Secretarial School, university trained teachers give you expert instruc-
tion. For thirty years young men and women of New Orleans have been marching
from the Hale class-rooms into business offices.
Make your defense program a personal training at Ha1e's. Call, phone, or write
today for a catalog and information.
Hale's Secretarial School
fFounded in 19111
1730 Calhoun St. WA. 8098
"Our Record Is Our Recommendation."
C - H - 0 - E - S Fifty-seven
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