Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1923

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f I cfl f M ,J M .4 BRYAN LAYTON SHEPARD LAWSON 1 , f , K ' W. J. BRYAi.YijIg7fI.,f,,.,.,cg '79-IUMJ MYRA HARRIS Acorn Staff, Football, All City enter, Senior Major ' -I - Dallas Cadets. "O" Association. "Red" is the ladies' man all right, but on the football team he's everywhere, and always there. Mercy! Since he won the Valentino loving cup for dancing we have heard that he is going to the Sahara to play S-h-k! MARWOOD LAYTON "Like a lady from a far countreen is Marwoodg In spite of her prospects of a brilliant, artistic career, ii. is fear d her preference is for one less artistic, but shaflf e sa y--more domestic? f' ff 'lwffirls ljubj Dorothy comes a long way just to attend O. C. Hi. But I know we cou1dn't geti along without her. You see in this case good things are just hound to stick together! HOMER LAWSON Pep Squad. Ilonier is everylJodv's friend--in fact some of the Senior girls like him extremely well. even if he does believe in paving as you go, but not if you intend going for good. vv rf 451 noiaornv SHEPARD 5 Girl Reserves. Myra is the very soul of honor and goodness and as arfrienrl she is ace high."' Sounds like she might play bridge, but nothing so frivolous for her! ESTHER HILL 2265- of ,Girls' Club, Acorn Staff, Esther, is the sort Vof aliirl to whom one comes for advice, which may gen- roof. erally be'-taken and profited by. She is gifted with aglggerness and versatility. Sheris almost too good for thdiarest Ofjgis--but we love her just the same. 'r ff ALICE sxnrn Senior "Bonny, lmlithe and delmonairf' This quotationrwas suggested by our business inanaizer as being suitable to thc young lady, and we are in no po- sition to dispute his choice! IRENI2 SCALES Radio Club, Girls' flnh, Commercial Club. "Let us have many like her clown here, capable, friendly, kind and sincere." Since it is said one ean not have too much oi a good thing. isn't it too had Irene wasnt twins -N - N X Page Twenty

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ll'l00RE ROACH FRANK MOORE President of Jan. Class, Pep Squad, Acorn Stal? '23. Frank has won an enviable reputation as president of our Senior Classy and he also displays rare ability in de- bating. Just give him a chance and he will out talk any talking machine so far invented. We think his jaw may illustrate perpetual motion. .az,:,j.,ai3M VAUNITA ROACH ,L Vaunita is a girl We all admire. "A face W X gladngssf Overspri-ad, soft smile by human wisdom br "' Wgfdfi' out for these demure damsels. .Jr same JACKSON .531 Economies Club, Scholarship Club, Chairrnlgof Social Committee, Winner of Popularity Contes't'. 1a-5 to beat Mary Pickford out of her'place as " The!'16d"s siveetheartf' llere's luck to you Sadie! Especially since you bobbed your hair. KELLUM JOHNSON Senior Play, Oak Staff. Kellum is a good nature-d, well- red chap, but not so fond of Chemistry as "Olives," evertheless his favorite tune is Dixie. fn ,,,.,, , - n,,,, A JACKSON JOHNSON J. LON TINKLE Acorn Staff, Tennis Club, Scholarship Club, Anti-Cuss League, Senior Pep Squad, Students Council, "Le petit J. Lon, though very small, is as pleasant as can beg You'l1 alvvays find him ready with a crushing reparteeu even if it isn 't always original. A , VELMARITCHESON' ' - -i Girls' , Radio Club, Weekly Staff. Velma is certain- worthi' f all success. She has only one fault--she . iv , than t l1,. fmen YET. , EVELYN MORTON Gigs' Cla Senior Play, Scholarship Club, Orchestra, Girls' Pleife '23. She is a delightful person whose eyes smile please every one.. However she says ll! its ' ears this is an age Of specialization and is going to try it. MAIIRICE HALL Anti-Cuss League, Sergeant R. O. T. C. Maurice is a jolly good Seniorthat is liked by all. He has always been an. all round gentlemana-But please donlt imagine from this that he is fat! Nay, nay--he is quite like Apollo! nr rr , ii- Page Nineteen



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Q ,.........,s..t .. . i Fi Wi:1sK1.EY WEAVER PAT WEEKLEY Football Captain, Basketball. Most Popular Boy, Acorn Stalf, All City Half '22, All Southern Full '22, Sec't. "O" Association '22. The name of Pzitricio, the Great will never be forgotten in Oak Cliff, for he stands for all that is best and finest in sportsman- ship. He stayed with us long enough to win half the feminine hearts and to supply almost a third of the NELMS WOOLF JACK PARKS Football '22. Unlike the other Dallas Parks-Jack does not close at 11 p.m. He frequently sleeps during class but is said to be a regular night owl at the P. 8: P. Club, ALICE PREYYITT T Girls' Club, Acorn Staff, Library Swimming Club, ladies with Sweaters' ,7f, ,111 y- Basket Ball Team, Scholarship Ciub. A I l EVELYN VVEAVERM .. fi - - -A '7 :T H 115 ,girl with lots of sense and non-sense. A V gicremry of Scgior C1153 Eesfwesid l Kats are z d ckzur gqtgiikcg H153 two will accomplish wonders-- ub, Assistant ditoro ig c oo ee 'V 1 'f1"""'l' ' if .5 ' i i student whose Geometry and Chemistry 1,11 edge ,ff R 1' been a, marvel of the age, at East to fl? QQ li ts ,.' MARY JO STROTHER 0 ' Z ' . -I 1 1 , ' V -- '-f. - ' A that Inhibit tin Mme CLASSLS nyway S e Hfjenero fi Giiils' Clubg Scholarship Club Orchestra, Senior Play, CATHERINE NELMS in V A I yiQQQ..P1-gsident of Class. This little 'piecc-of femininity Journalism Staff. Girls' Club. "Dark and '?gEfNiiiiQ5B'lQi?5-fileChild,H1fh0HghShSEO9S1HH rm:-a-vat man- strangely sweet." C. N. got a late start in Oak Cliff but she helped make history while she was there! ' DAVID WOOLF Senior Play. "A friend in deed is a friend in need." Going to be a famous tennis player. He found out what "racquet" meant Senior day-- and he likes the way they count H30-love." PARKS Piiizwirr ner. Must have heart trouble or at least causcs it! ERNEST KEPKE Football, Public Speaking Society, "If he may try and try, he may succeed, by and by." The way he mis- treated the English Language we think he aspires to be a prize fighter. STROTHER KEPKE 'l , 3 P i i N W......,..t...,. . ,, , . Q 7, ,...,. .... W.-. . 5 g A Page Twenty-One

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