Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1923

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SOWDEN ' TXICLARRY WEBB SOWDEN Business Manager Acorn, Vice President Hi Y Club, Captain R. O. T, C., Oak Staff, Scholarship Club. Camp Dallas Club, "Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-con- BLAYLOCK WOLCOTT hasifhad five girls that we know about and is reported 'aim to be inspecting the sixth! W. C. MILLER President Hi Y Club, R. O. T. C. Captain, Ring Com- trol, these three alone lead to sovereign power." just mittee, Chairman Invitation Committee, Acorn Staff, capitalize the self and let the rest go! nti-Cuss League, Anti-Smoke League, Officers Club MARY MCLARR andsome but I declare I have a distin usihed look j O. T. C., Senior Play, Scholarship Club. "I am not Editor of Acorn, Scholarship Club, O.k 'calf -"Titles of honor add not to her worth, who is her- self an honor to her title." This was written by one of her friends. We like her too, except that we do not approve of her choice of men L?J ELIZABETH BLAYLOCIQQ. ff 71' Editor of The Oak, Acorn Staff, Chairman Social Com- mittee, Scholarship Club, "Her beauty like an air divine through which the mind's all gentle graces shine." The committee selected this verse to keep peace in the family. We don't approve of Liz's patronizing foreigners the way she has latel H but no one has ever been found who could extinguish my self-conceit l ARTIE LEE SYPERT Oak Staff '22, '23, Acorn Staff '22, '23, Program Com- ittee, Ring Committee, Girl's Creed, Popularity test. "The bloom of opening Hower's unsullied auty." Yes-Artie Lee is fairealso slightly fat-and 1 she lives long enough may be forty! ALICE REYNOLDS Oak Staff '22, '23, Invitation Committee, Radio Club '22, '23, Advertising Committee. "Ye Gods! But she is wondrous fair." O, C. has gone wild on bobbed haired blondes-This is one of the reasonswAll we have against ROBERT COTNER o. P. ll'OLCO'F . V' C Business Manager of The Oak, Popul rity Con est Scho rship Club, Vice President of Class '22, Anti- t . President of Senior Class '22, Vice President of Senior Class '23, Acorn Staff, Captain R. O. T. C., Captain of RiHe Team, Winner of High Point Medal in Rifle Match, 'So much one man can do that does both act and know." O. P. is a sort of a training school for flappers and he AIILLER SYPERT Cigarette League, Captain R. O' T. C , Hi Y Club. "Candor is the seal of a noble mind, the ornament and pride of man." Bobby may be some ornament but he'll die an olrl bachelor if he can't make love any better than he flid in the Junior Play! REYNOLDS COTNLR Page Thirty F we

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Ulf l RICE DABNEY ALBERT RICE Anti-cigarette League. "He whom all the girls love"- even if his sweater does bulge over the right hip. DOROTHY Acorn Staff, Scholarship Club miniature of loveliness, all grace in little." Which has almost certain Senior lady's manL?l these two ladies for this page. ANNA ESTA Oak Staff, Acorn Staff, Girl Scholarship. "A graceful A cheek tinged lightly and better watch this kind--a hint to the wise Harold take notice! LEWIS OSBORN Treasurer, Oak Cliff Hi Y Club, Senior Spanish Play. "The quiet mind is richer than the crown." The con- tents of which are not specified. YARRELL HERNDON Cox-:RNER OSBORN THOMAS YARRELL Staff, R. O. T. C. Captain, Radio Rifle Team, Camp Dallas Club, T. C. "The will is fine, strong is the beautiful." The Chairman of the never had a date with Kitty or written this. ANNE HERNDON Staff, Radio Club, Ring Committee, Program Committee. "Blue eyes and them who cang we Value them here of our Anne." As a match maker from Dallas to Camp Dallas, Anne DOROTHY HEARON eager step and flower-like and grace." Her step is She was a fine student quotations. The doctor another year. EARLE BRITTON "A kind and gentle heart he had to comfort friends and foes." Earle was a fair student until .he Went nuts on radio--since when his converstaion is Wholly about Yfvmn if-3 r q L1 Hmnox BRITTON ' eager tried to will be normal peanut tubes and condensers!!-1 'I U E1 Page Thirty-Four



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I "" , "'ga,.. "W E"'W"i'T"" L 5 rs, Vfim, - ,K4, W irwm no fwakgw - f ,-.,, I l I BICCALLUM JAY BROWN CAIN OLGA MCCALLUM MEREDITH SCHROEDER "She is hersclf of best 1 e Staff, Girl Reserves. "The mode she governs little scrap basket of Class Se-crclzlry '23, Team, Scholzneshi p Association, Rurliq great or fair, or wise Well, who sziirl slu- PINKIE JAY VIRGINIA "The glory of :t Firm capacious tlnng to say zxlmut a girl so sweet she wears." Buster must help her select MILIJRED LEE "An unsolved original." Who said We know better. ELTA ROSS Make-up Editor Weekly Staff, Scholar- smile wus prodigal of Summa-ry shine! like zx moon in june."-Especially towzxrrl football men! ELOIS CAIN F CF NIA L5 . LORIEN L I I PL? l "I-Icr sunny locks hang on hur temples like Va golden I I I Hccccf' This quotation would sound like EIOIS needed Pep Squad, Scholzirslnp Clulw. "Nothing: ill can dwell an hair cut lint we believe thc comrnittee nmrlm-ax mis- in such rx temple." We ncvcr saw her temples. She guess here. We like her hziir the waxy it is! always wt-urs her hun' over 'cm in our presence. SCHRUI-IDI-IR LEE Ross ZNIAPLES IL , UF ICQ Page Thirty-Six

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