|Fay S.—“He inherited some of his master’s shiftlessness.”
Why was Lyle Ryan out of school May 14 and 15?
Mr. C.— “Girls, are you going to the show?”
Ruth O.—“I would if I had some one to take me.”
Mr. C.—“I get the hint, Ruth, but it wouldn’t do for me to take you.”
Florence C. (calling her mother over the office phone)— “Mamma, may I go walking with Carl for about fifteen minutes?”
Mrs. C.—“ ——— ——— ———!”
Florence—“O mamma, please—and then I’ll come right home.”
A letter written by a Freshman in Composition:
My Dear Creamery Man—Please send me a pint of
cream thick enough to whip Sunday morning.
Yours truly, _________ _______
Lyle Ryan must have fresh air before he will attempt to recite in English.
Miss Lee informs the Seniors that they are so dense they cannot even get their grammar by absorption.
Lavena Walker (in History)—“General Burgoyne sent a force to Bennington to destroy the ambition of the Americans.”
Mr. Moyle (in Cicero)— “What English word do we get from ex tempore?’
Berniece Fegan informs Mr. Moyle that Balboa discovered the Pacific Ocean, looking from Pike’s Peak.
People thinking of investing in the breed of hogs that have “hair all over their eyes” should consult Hazel Giltrap
HEARD IN THE HALLS
Lavena is a walker.
Lulu is a porter.
Lambert’s coat is lacy.
Ruth is outland(ish).
The Juniors have both bills and dunns.
Lila presents a grim face in class.
Mazie and Ruth are “Sweet and Low.”
Edith is a miller’s daughter.
If Marion is a fish, does Lee have fins?
Lyle is a little shaffer.