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Jokes - continued

Jokes Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information


Abie: "Dad, you remember you promised me a dollar a week if I graduated this June."
Mr. Light: "Yes, my boy."
Abie: "Well, I thought I'd tell you that's one expense you need not worry about."

Frances Botsford: "Do you use tooth paste?"
Virginia Sell: "Oh, my no! My teeth are not loose."

Gertie : 'Why do you call your Ford 'Old Hickory'?"
Kenny: "Because it drops so many nuts."

Paul McDaniel: "Do you like simple things?"
Virginia Keyser: "Are you proposing?"

Elmer : "Set the alarm for two, will you?
Earl: "You and who else?"

Miss Covey: "What was that terrible noise over in the French room a while ago?"
Maurice: "Oh, that was our French Club singing the 'Mayonnaise'!"

Miss Pritchard: "I have went. That is wrong, isn't it?"
Bill Hout: "Yes, ma'am."
Miss P.: "Why is it wrong?"
Bill : "Because you ain't went yet."

Try Smoking in McMurry's.
Sliding down bannisters.
Skipping school.
Being tardy every day for a week.
Talking back to a teacher.
Giving an exhibition dance on the chemistry table.
Turning the clock up in the office.

Miss E. Willison: "Clifton, why are you coming to class five minutes late?"
Clifton Crawford: "Deed Miss Willison, that assembly program was so dry I just had to stop to get a drink."

Mrs. Snyder: "What is teak wood?"
Seventh Grade Boy: "A kind of wood used to make antique furniture."

Mr. MacDonald: "Give the formula we discussed yesterday."
Elma Hudson: "H2OM2. (Muddy Water.)"

Dude: "What are you crying about Earl?"
Earl Douglas: "My dog's dead."
Dude: "That's nothing, my grandmother died a week ago and I'm not crying."
Earl D.: "No, but you didn't raise her from a pup."

Miss E. Williston : "Paul A. do you know anything about this French ?"
Paul A. Butts: "A little, what would you like to know?"


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Pennsylvania Avenue High School, Cumberland, senior class.


Collection Location:
South Cumberland Library

Original Size:
26 cms x 20 cms

Printer: J. P. Bell, Lynchburg, Va.

School yearbooks; Cumberland (Md.)--Genealogy.

Cumberland, (Md.), 1928

Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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