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It ' s a wonderful thing for women, The popular permanent wave; Now it ' s up to some struggling inventor, To get out a permanent shave. Pa: " No, I won ' t buy you a trumpet. You ' d make too much noise with it. " Eddie B.: " I wouldn ' t, dad. I ' d only play it when you were asleep. " Jack Lamborn: " Is Betty your older sister? " Betty Murry ' s little sister: " Yes. " Jack: " Who comes after her? " Little Sister: " You and three other fellows. " A blotter is something you spend your time looking for while the ink is drying. Mrs. Mead: " You missed my class yesterday, didn ' t you? " Unsubdued George Sheats: " Not in the least, ma ' am, not in the least. " Lloyd MacDonald: " What ' s the difference be- tween the blue plate special and the white plate special? " John Fabrin: " The white plate special is five cents extra. " Lloyd: " Is the food better on the white plate? " John: " No, but we have to wash them. " " Joe has a glass eye. " " Did he tell you about it? " " No, it just came out during the conversation. " Alan Winslow (reading war news): " What does it mean here by seasoned troops? " Mr. Winslow: " Mustered by the officers and peppered by the enemy. " " I haven ' t slept for days. " " What ' sa matter? " " I sleep at night. " Pat Ball: " Whenever I get down in the dumps I buy a new hat. " Helen Baker: " Oh, I was wondering where you get them. " Barber: " Was your tie red when you came in here? " Mr. Powers: " No, it wasn ' t. " Barber: " Gosh, I must have cut your throat. " Said the large inkspot to the little inkspot: " Why are you blue? " Said the small inkspot: " You ' d be blue, too, if your pa was in the pen for a long sentence. " Bob Fikso to the owner of a pawnship: " How much for the violin? " Owner: " One pound. " Bob: " One pound! The neighbors offered me more than that! " Betty M.: " Your new overcoat is pretty loud, isn ' t it? " Jack L.: " Yeah, but I ' m gonna buy a muffler to go with it. " Bill Bailey: " Some men thirst after fame, some after love, and some after money. I know some- thing that everybody thirsts after. " Nancy Starr: " What ' s that? " Bill B.: " Salted almonds. " Doug Brown, on his first ocean trip, was lean- ing on the rail. A Friend: " Say, you ' re a landlubber, boy. " Doug B.: " You ' re right. I never knew how much I lubbed it. " Pet Corley to the players: " Now boys, remem- ber that basketball develops individuality, initi- ative, and leadership. Now get out on the floor and do exactly as I told you. " Baby Pictures see Page 23
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MUSIC Orchestra — Playing at a P. T. A. meeting and the Music Festival was Garfield ' s own orchestra, composed of over fifty musicians and led by capable Mr. Minzyk. Band — The pride of Garfield this semester was our band which came back with flying colors from the Stockton State contest with an A rating. Conductor Mr. Minzyk also led his pupils to vic- tory at our Music Festival. Nice work, band. A Cappella — Practice, practice, and more practice! That is what the A Cappella, under the careful care of Mrs. Smith, must have done to sing so well at the Festival of Music. And from what we hear they did themselves proud at the Presbyterian church, where they sang in May. Girls ' Glee — The demand for the Girls ' Glee has certainly kept Mrs. Young and her girls busy this year, for they sang for the Music Fes- tival, the P. T. A. meeting, Mrs. Dyson ' s Motion Picture Review Program and a L7 Program meeting this spring. We offer our congratula- tions. Boys ' Glee — Mr. Bliss has led his boys through a successful term of singing for ' 41. They were well received at Oxford School and at Garfield ' s Music Festival. Jim Ellis: " My history teacher is the meanest man I know. " Jim Fish: " How is that? " Jim E.: " He borrows my penknife to sharpen his pencil to give me bad marks. " Mrs. Bagnall: " Is Mr. Lawson in? " Miss Thompson: " No, he has gone out for lunch. " Mrs. Bagnall: " Will he be in after lunch? " Miss Thompson: " No, that ' s what he ' s gone out after. " Mr. Edwards: " Now, if 1 drop a silver coin in this bubbling acid, will it dissolve? " Sherburne Cook: " No, sir. " Mr. E.: " No, then perhaps you will explain why not. " Sherburne C: " Frankly, sir, if it would dis- solve, you wouldn ' t put it in. " Miss Ochoa: " Write a composition on the sub- ject ' Water ' . " After some difficulty, Dave Smith handed in the following: " Water is a light colored wet liquid which turns dark when you wash in it. " Bud Stone: " What ' s the matter, dad? " Dad: " A puncture. " Bud: " You should have watched out for that, the guide book says there is a fork in the road about here. " Pat Ball: " Pardon me, does this car stop at tenth street? " Ed Patterson: " Yes, watch me, and get off one station before I do. " Pat Ball: " Thank you. " 1. A Capella Choir 2. Soloists, Band. Orchestra 3. Girls ' Glee Club (see No. 8) 4. The Winning Garfield Band 5. The Orchestra 6. Band— Off to Stockton 7. Boys ' Glee Club 8. Girls ' Glee Club (see No. 3) Nancy Masters: " Sorry I can ' t accept you, Gary, but circumstances over which I have no control prevent me. " Gary Mienhold: " And what are those circum- stances? " Nancy: " Yours. " Mr. Lawson: " Where is my umbrella? " Secretary (Miss Thompson): " I found it at the Lost and Found office. " Mr. Lawson: " That ' s quite strange — I ' ve never been there. "
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