Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1923

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UI JU CALENDAR-Continued - February 12-Report made on Okla. trip. We believe thathO. C. would have won if Will C. hadn't eaten so muc . February 13-Senior Latin Class gets wrought up over the woman question as exemplified in life of Dido- Boys defend Aeneas-Isn't that a hot line for the twen- tieth century? Page the undertaker! February 14-About half the boys in O. C. are trying to borrow lunch money: About one fourth of the girls are wearing flowers-WHO Cdo you suppose? got the rest? February 15-Frank Brown starts a telephone case with a girl from Forest-Her name is "Margie." February 16-Brown's telephone romance grows apace-Clen says he knows the girl. Frank makes a date for Tuesday. February.19-Frank sells out his interest in the ice wagon and invests in some swell new raiment. February 20-Frank keeps his datwHorrors-in spite of her sweet womanly voice Margie is a mere child. Frank is game even though he may be accused of "cradle- snatching. ' ' February 21-Dr. Simmons talks against cigarettes "ashes to ashes and dust to dust, if Campbells don't get you then Fatimas must," don't hold out here any more. The boys have sworn off-the druggists are now stocking spearmint. February 23-Senior Meeting-Marsh elected Presi- dent. It must be the fit of that gray sweater that caused his popularity-The class again discusses invitations. Let an outsider suggest that you get purple cards printed in red ink-If that is too sober you might brighten it up with a bull's head or a cupid in yellow tints! February 26-Boyd Dreesen writes some poetry and gets a jelly hair cut. What can the matter be? Or should we say Who instead of what? February 27-The 3 B's have apmeeting and plan something-more of that secret servicwwe suppose. February 28-Murrel Brown looks mighty sad-He's had trouble with his gal again. Run out on her brother- Do a little more fishing. March 1-Martha Hirsch's sandwich stuck to Lucy's Senior, Book. Both got hot- both were ruinedethe sandwich completely-the book nearly. March 2-Assembly-R. O. T. C. Ofiicers present ,tis Keith a new flag-a beauty, too, Fifteen for the R. O. March 5-Well-well--we got so busy we forgot about basket ball. It is really pathetic but Mr. McCoy was wrong again and O. C. won the City Championship. They left town and won the district. Finally they sneaked down to Austin and won the State Cham- pionship. They must have sneaked because none of the Dallas papers seemed to be aware of the victory. We only found it out by accident when a friend sent us a San Antonio paper-That little resort not having much news and not being particularly prejudiced against us gave the event a whole page. Thanks! March 6-Track started. Seth Kellam elected Cap- tain. If he can track as well as he can sax we'll be lucky again. March 7-A new secret order has been formed-They wiggle their ears. They are called A. F. We think they are a branch of the Ku Klux. March 8-Boys' Debating team wins from WacoeLook out for President Marsh-He slings a wicked line. 'March 9-Library party for Mary Maloney's 15th? birthday. We know what she got for a present and who bought 'em but we will not tell! March 12-Senior Play try out for characters for Grumpy. Ward McCann is to be Grumpy - at last we know what he is good for! March 13-Harold jones mistakes horse liniment for beauty lotion and his long suffering class-mates raise a fund to have his nose treated. March 14-Girls' Debating team loses to Sherman. Dorothy Dabney gets hard boiled and sends Tom Dilworth away from her nice study hall. March 15-We knew our suggestions should be fruitful of results-The Senior invitations have been ordered. March 167Boys' Debating team wins from Sherman- As usual Will C. ate too much and we heard rumors that Gordon looked at a girl. March 17-Another Saturday. Oak Staff has a party at Frances McClellan's home. Fred Royer forgot about his date: O. P. ducked some where OJ about an hour and had to do some explaining to Jeanne, Orville Kiker and Louis Blaylock ate too much green sherbet-other- wise it was a very successful affair. March 19 grey shoes-good looking lady-so's the filling. Miss Alexander appears in some French ' March 20-All the Senior girls want to be the maid in Grumpy. March 21-Tickets are on sale for the Spanish Play. All who can't speak Spanish be sure to come-CThis includes Spanish Students! March 22-Spanish Play-Dance of the Spanish Flapper .and jelly made the hit .of the evening. Every one admits that Bebe Murphy swishes a wicked mantilla. March 23-Another loving cup has been delivered. We'll soon need a butler to polish the silver. We re- commend either Geo. Player or O. P. Wolcott-they're both good on the stage at least. March 26-Call is sent out for baseball men. Allen assigns the hickories and sends for Pat. Carry on O. C! March 27-Our esteemed manager gets his first mash note-unsigned-on the same date some mysterious writing appears in Lucy Gowdy's senior Book. O. P. inspects it. March 28-Doris Colquitt decides to let Claude Miller help in the book room. Some people are certainly fool-hardyl March 29-The American history class stages a banquet the fourth period. Excellent food and a few speeches! March 30-City Track meet. Oak Cliff finished third but we don't care--our Basket ball boys are going to Chicago. March 31-R. O. T. C. Play-At last some High School pupils have killed Julius Caesar. Many thousands of them have murdered his writings for many years. April 2-Elta Ross announces that the Easter rabbit brought her a chicken. That makes two at the Ross home. Business manager gets another mash note. Grey this time. April 3-Overton Holt takes his twelfth exam in Spanish--fails again, Poor boy! He's never been the same since Halle married but he has been watching Mae lately. April 4-This year's athletes haveksurely been stingy. So far only three girls have appeared in football sweaters! April 5-You remember a long time ago about Frank Brown's date with the little girl from Forest. Well Clen just told us the sequel. It seems Margie is a sure enough good looking 17 but after dating up Frank she changed her mind and rang in an understudy in the form of a 13 year old neighbor girl! Oh Frank-Look out for these telephone affairs. KN. B. 'lf you want to show Frank how much you love him just whistle t'Margie" in his hearing.J April 6-Grand Assembly-Musical mostly! Every- body out at 1:30 to attend a ball game. H. S. Girls do gymnastic drill. Dudie was all dressed up and mean old Miss G-made her work on the Oak anyway! Our manager gets another mash note-purple this time-special delivery! April 9-First eighty pages of the Oak have gone to press. Manager gets another mash note-grey again with a cute little bow of red ribbon. The O. P. W. Society is formed-badge: red ribbon, purpose: hero worship, membership: forty brunettes. Page One Hundred Twenty-Six mmmml. -.



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4 4 I g J - l CALENDAR-Continued December 12-Senior Play Practice. Joe's favorite plea is "Miss Aduddell Iet's do the last act over again" Why the last act Joe? Naughty! Naughty! December 13-Miss Pringle announces that she knows every word in the dictionary. Her class believes GJ her! Toreador! December 14-Earl Lindberg is about the worst kisser our stage director has ever met with. Too much classic, Earl, and not enough jazz, makes better Hamlets than Romeos. December 15-The Four Horsemen has a record run at the Melba-Hair-oil prices go up! December I8-Pat Weekly appears in tan corduroys with exquisite pink buttons and inserts-Lo! How the mighty have fallen! December 1,9-Buster Hollanquist wept because some one swiped his stacomb. He's afraid Jack Patton will get another model! December 20-Miss Bell arrives at school late for the first Ol time this year. At that she beat three other women and five of the men teachers here! December 21-Dixie sat on the cage ball in the gym. It busted! Help! Acorn Staff party at Isora Shutt's home. Lots of fun. December 22-If anybody in O. C. worked today except Miss Griffin-we'd like to know who it was. She only did it to be contrary. . December 25-Parties, Beaux, Dances, Presents. December 26-Shows, Girls, Rides, Dinners. December 27-Clothes, Fun, Rest, Dances. December 28-Parties, Shows, Girls, Beaux. December 29-Sweet Mamas, Dances, Shows, Fun. 1923 January l-Dance ..... ............... A larm Clock. January 2-More than the usual number of tardies and absences. Mr. Leftwich forgot his alarm clock and was late to school. We favor a 201 for teachers. January 37Captain Day calls an oflicers' meeting at 8 o'clock in the morning. Wouldn't that make a lovely title for a dolefiil dirge? January 4-Esma's watch is much admired by all beholders. We wonder who gave it to her? January 5-Marie announces that the Senior4playAis going to be a scream. She ought to know-she is in it! January 6-Senior Play! Joe made a grand rich Yankee but the cook's biscuit? Least said soonest repaired because some repairs come high. January B-Day by day in every way we're getting more and more nervous-exams loom over us. January 9--For once in his life W. J. Bryan is taking things seriously-so are the rest of the Seniors! Januaig 10- The O. C. Hi orchestra plays at the Rotary lub luncheon. For once we are sorry our tastes run to Ford automobile horns instead of iiddles. January 11-No one having complained at the Rotary luncheon our orchestra was emboldened to try to spread its noise around the world. It nearly succeeded. After their concert at W. F. A. A. notices came in from many stations commending the performance. Bill Grace says by Radio is the safest way for a flutist to flute. They haven't learned to send lemons by wireless yet. January 12-Senior Day-Merciful Caesar, did you ever hear such a noise? We are reliably informed that the Senior Class banqueted at the Oriental that night and some of them even danced! January 15-Lion Tamers organize. The odor of cheeses called out the Board of Health. O-owah! Long may the cheeses cheese! January 16-City Rifle meet. O. C. lost. We privately think that if Captain Wolcott hadn't been out the night before with the Lion Tamers he wouldn't have felt the cold so much. The fact that he was our first man indicates that he is pretty good even if he is chilly. January 17-Girls Rilie Club meets. Ruby Blanton and Martha Hirsh made the highest score and were to receive two theatre tickets as a prize. The rest of the club insisted on examining the target and discovered the holes to have been made with an ice pick. Since Martha had the pick all bets were declared off and the Majestic kept its tickets. January 18-Elizabeth Mansfield develops a new giggle and has her bob trimmed a la militaire. January 19-Commercial Club holds Senior banquet at the Jefferson. Those Seniors are becoming positively swollen with pride and fancy food. January 20-Another Saturday. The Mother's Club entertains Seniors at a Majestic party. We hope people let up on the Senior stulf soon for some of our older brethern are near the bursting C?l point now. January 22-Exams are upon us. It is a new system- just four times as bad as the old. You have one exam in each subject, each day for four successive days-It sounds like a Doctor's prescription "one before each mealgnd one before retiring." They are not sugared- Coate . January 23-Exams going strong in the second round! Mr. Henry evolves the bright idea of letting one of his pupils grade the papers-only to find Mr. Kenley beat him to the idea. January 24-Exams still leading on points, student body weakening in the third round. Miss Baker beats the men out with a new idea-she lets each student grade his own paper. January 25-Exams win the decision-Student body knocked out entirely. The faculty ran out of sensible questions and these are part of the results: "Was the Renaissance a lady?" CWe should say decidedly not.l "Is Latin a chemical change?" KNO-Just suspended animation.l January 26-No school until twelve-thirty, but who could sleep and not be haunted by the Helen-Pink atrocities known as report cards? January 29-Six new chicken coops-two hundred new fish. Won't somebody please tell Dallas that we need an aquarium here? January- 30-Juniors and Seniors register-much consternation on 'part of Sowden 8: Co. when they discover one of Miss Baker's classes has been given to P. M. January 31-About half of the students found their classes-The other half didn't look! February l-Gordon Marsh is selected to keep a study hall. It's time to laugh. February 2-Boy's team of debaters journeyed to Okla. City to debate. They got lots of experience but lost the decision of the judges. February 5-Musical assembly for violiniste. . We all enjoyed it even though the lady wouldn't play jazz. February 6-New Seniors consider ordering commence- ment invitations. If it takes them as long as it did to decide on their rings they will not receive them before Christmas. Mr. Wolcott suggests they might combine business with pleasure and send out some wedding in- vitations at the same time. February 7-Girls' Reserve has ua Jinx program-no! that doesn't mean the faculty did it. February B-Basket ball game. As in football, the papers announce that Forest has the best team. Of course O. C. always wins without a team. O.C.16Forest14 February Q-Assembly to give the basket ball boys a little training in public speaking. We noticed only nine errors in Grammar-Parks made eight. Page One Hundred T wenty-F our

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