The Burro, Yearbook of Mineral Wells High School, 1928 Page: 93
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The school and all concerned have agreed that the blank space above
should be reserved and dedicated to Miss Wallace's secret lovers.
"There are several things that I can always count on."
"What are they?"
Mr. Brannan came into the auditorium one morning-asked a few boys
who were lovers of music to step forward. Instantly a half dozen boys, with
hopes of escaping the next class, or being in the Glee Club, came forward.
"Now," he said, "you boys please set that piano on the stage for Miss Schober."
EDWARD (Jealously), "You say you only saw
A. and yet you could pick him out from a million?"
ELIZABETH: "Sure, I could, he wore a light
him at the T. H. S. P.
felt hat with a colored
Good Humor repeats itself.
Sir, I want your daughter for my wife'
And, I, Sir, am not willing to change!
Ashes to ashes:
Dust to dust,
Show me a Junior
That a senior can trust!
for my room?
(to Crazy Hotel Clerk), "What, you want me to pay $35
Why that is absurd."
"But this is the American plan. The meals are included in
But I didn't eat any meals here."
"They were here for you, so that's your fault."
"Well, you owe me $35."
"What for, may I ask?"
"For kissing my wife."
"But, sir, I did not kiss your wife."
"That's your fault. She was here for you to kiss."
MR. STARR: "Which do you recommend, a fried egg or an omelet?"
WAITRESS: "The fried eggs are a month old, so you had better take an
omelet: there aren't any eggs in that."
There's fish in the ocean, There's fish in the sea:
And a redheaded teacher hates a dumb fish like me.
"~~ h, n-j
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