The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1928 Page: 91
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BESSIE MAE: Good grief! they're advertising shoe shines for ten cents;
let's get one.
AGNES DANIELS: Aw, they're probably no good, and besides, I've
got on Johnowene's shoes.
FRED: You flappers don't even know what needles are for.
THELMA: I do. They're for a phonograph.
ESTHER RUTH DUREN: I'd like to see one of your new Dodges.
MR. Ross: Six or Eight?
ESTHER RUTH DUREN: Oh, one will do very nicely for the present.
LILLIAN BOGER: My mother gives me a dollar on every birthday, and
I have seventeen dollars now.
MURIEL DAVIS: And how much does she owe you?
Any considerate motorist will give Effie Mae half of the road, if he
know which half she wants.
Below you will find a
list of Ruth's admirers:
Morris, Morris, Morris,
Morris, Morris, Morris.
Hazel was helping her
mother plant a garden
and her friends are won-
dering why she planted so
many "Sweet Williams."
MR. HILL: "Give me
two pounds of that sal-
isn't salmo n. That's
MR. HILL: "W h o
asked you what it was?"
DETENTION HALL COMMEMTARIES.
(Qualifications for admittance)
Had to refuse date by note-Mattie Marie Herring.
Mentally incapable-David Meyers.
Had to announce some important news across the study hall-
Just to keep up appearances-Curtis Nelson.
Had to stand in with detention hall teacher-Lois Jacques.
Palace corner too fascinating-'W. Q. Verner.
Too popular with girls-Morris Miller.
As mechanic and driver of the High School Blunder Bus-
Because Wanda went-Billy Steen.
Afraid they will miss me-Clayburn Lindley.
For being pert-and we wonder who sent her-Verna.
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