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1920 yearbook

1920 yearbook

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1920 yearbook

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MISS LOTTA BUNK'S ANSWERS TO PETTY PECULIARITIES
Dear Miss Bunk,
Red Mack wants me to go down town with him and see Virginia Dare and White
Lily next Wednesday. Should I go? Please advise me as I am innocent and oblige.
Charles Adolphus Schaechter.
Charles: Really I think you should shun Red and his proposals; besides you might
not like Virginia and Lily's taste.
Yours sincerely,
Lotta.
Dear Lotta,
Please help me. Leonard Boyle winked at me at dinner today and said, "Oh, dear!"
What shall I do? Oh, please answer soon for I am very much agitated.
Anxiously yours,
Louise J. E. Nieters.
Louise Jesse Erma Nieters: Fear him not, Louise. He is from De Witt and city
life will change his ways. Have patience.
Lotta.
Dear Miss Bunk,
What is love? Murphy and I have been arguing the question for some time and
cannot reach any solution. Can you help us? Thanks.
Pablo Da'blo Kelly.
Pablo Dablo Kelly: Of course I can help you. Consult Webster Unabridged,
page 444.
Lotta.
Dear Lotta,
Pray tell me, Lotta, tell me why they keep on making nickels when with the fool
thing you can't buy two little shriveled pickles.
George Carlowe Bouquot.
George Carlowe: How could you be so rude, George? Ask Henry Overberg.
He'll tell you.
L. Bunk.
Lotta,
Fatty Arbuckle winked at me during the movie. Do you think he meant it?
Should I go to these shows?
Jul Gill Phil Lewis.
No, Gill, Fatty can't see as straight as some people so in all probabilities he wasn't
looking at you. Send me your age and experience and I will answer your last question.
Your Lotta.

Date

1920

Identifier

http://cdm16810.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16810coll2/id/2331