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Jokes Laugh and Live If you can't laugh at these jokes, pucker up your face so as to make a form of a smile. Teacher-"I wonder why I can't hear today." Student-"Because it's foggy." "Has anyone seen the keys ?" "On the piano." If you want to get ahead, use it. Frenchy-"What are you laughing at?" Mutt-"At nothing." Frenchy-"That's me." PICTURE YOURSELF BEING Mr. Sherwood-Keeping order in the high school. Mr. Carey-Pounding science into our boneheads. Miss Hayes-Teaching us English, debate, and dramatics. Miss Holliman-Teaching us stenography and typewriting. Miss Carney-Explaining a geometry problem to a bunch of dough- heads. Miss Johnson-Trying to teach the students why U. S. is on the map. Miss Loomer-Explaining the Latin phrase, "Ega amo te." Miss Cutland-Demonstrating how to make some of those delicious dishes. Mr. Werrell-Teaching some nuts how to cut a board square. -Very Simple You can always fool a girl. Ask Mutt. Student-"Why is a teacher like a lemon exasperated?" Student-"She gives the students a sour appearance when throwing her juicy words." Why do all girls have large smiles on their faces when a new student enters High ? Ask James, he knows-Experience. Listen to the Quartette-"Loka Zelena, Na Posekana." Frenchy-"What do we go to school for?" Sug-"Oh, don't you know?" Better ask Mutt and Josie. Miss Kubitz-"John, take your seat." John-"I can't; it's fastened down." Miss C.-"You can't add tables and chairs together." Harold-"Yes, you can; six tables and six chairs makes eleven pieces of furniture."
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