Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1925

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C. A., N. Y., and W. F. are their first two initials. My, how they torment us in giving us trials. "ju stands for Johnson, teacher in Commerce. Since students wonlt study, he needs must coerce. We all like him, he,s a boost in our lives, But oh, how we hate these sixty-tives. "K" is for Kenley, an instructor fine Who makes one work and toe the line. English is his business, January classes his hobby. In a golf suit we think he'd look quite nobby. UL" stands for Leftwich and Frank E. Lyons, Who of mathematics are ordent scions. L. C. is married, so you can see That a "devil'l with the women Frank E. must be. HM" stands for Maiden with initials H. and C. He keeps us in detention hall, a thing we do abhor. He also expands terrifying math- A boy I know became so desperate-he went and took a bath. "N" is for Neher fand we started to say farj. R. M. is a good fellow, so you see there we are. He once gave me a pretty detention card, But it was my fault so I didn't take it 'hard.' "SU is for Smith and George Smallwood. Yes, If you donlt find Smith in the directory, His initials you'll have to guess. One of them, keeping books instructs in, The other tells us if we studied hard, what we might have been. "TH stands for Thompson, and tho' he here comes last Judge him not by sequence, for his initial here him cast. He teaches physics to boys and to girls, How things are made, and why are squirrels. PART THREE Primer for Instruction and Learning LESSUM WUN This are Mr. Adamson. He are the principle. Can he shook he finger? Yes, he can shook he finger. Have his hair on he head? Yes, a leetel, almost not quite he got. LESSUM TU See the lady? That be Helen Oduddell. Why for she torment pore secnyers, By making them to learn lines in big play? LESSUM THRE Do E. W. Baker like spoochers? She do, uhhuh, so much very. She see frown? Sum bad boys here there spooch not got. LESSUM FORE That air Laura Alexander. Do she got much wate? Yes, she so heavy she can no walk. So ride very fine in nice Ford. LESSUM FYVE Has you seen Ruth Bridges? She very nice, so pretty and smilin! She do much good, yes, for pore fish! We 'uns like Miss Bridges. LESSUM SICKS Why Sadie Cannon all time she arm Do wave she sombody to? No, no, show little boys and girls How to toot, toot, blow, blow, sawsaw. LESSUM SELVEN See the woman? She are Berta Cooper. She take blame for punk Seenyers, Who "kid?' fish much too much and Hunk. LESSUM ATE Who for Miss Eisenlohr do such so Make pore pupils write much essays. Do she like the boys and girls? Yes, but show love in much funny way. LESSUM NYNE That their lady is Fannie Graves. She ffish' much scares when to sea her We goes. But the Junyers, and Sophs, and Seenyers like her. So maybe so we hope to do the same. LESSUM TIN Who angry looking little lady? O she Erma Griffin, she teach old Latin 1 But no can help, she also are faculty adviser. For Oak, yes, she very nice-at times. LESSUM LEVEN See, she are Mrs. Anne Hilt. What got her in she hand? O them is detenshun cards, so to make you Go to schul nyne periods instead of ate. LESSUM TWELV Miss Keller, it are she, yes. Her teach tisical training. She show girls how to be strr' ' like men. Page One Hundred Forty seven

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Erma is Oak Faculty adviser and usually gets the blame, While Mrs. W. C. keeps study halls, and - makes the pupils play the game. "HH is for Hackett, Holladay, Heath, and Hilt, Hamilton and Hammock complete the H di- vision, History, History, English, and study if you wilt, Latin and Mathematics-I fear we'll all be kilt! K'-P' is for Ruth Johnson and Bessie Jackson, Who teach Poe, Shakespeare and also Milton. English and English, two birds of a feather, 'Tis mighty queer why birds like that always dock together. HKU stands for Roberta King and Kellar, Bess, Roberta never lets you have the leastest bit of rest, has the girls bend, strain and run, y0u're so doggoned turned around, think the War has just begun. Bess Till You "L" 'stands for Lumpkin and Winnie Lang- ford, too, Maude is a pianist very fine, and Winnie do Teach History to us till we are black and blue. The guy who wrote histories will his birth- day yet rue. "M" is for Marberry and Eula McCorkle, A Spanisher and a mathematician right here in our school. If they only knew what we thought about those subjects They would quit them and teach some other subjects. PART Last but not least say we of the men, Teachers par excellence and pals of the pore. When you're an alumnus, youlll think of them THEN, And wonder why you didn't appreciate them more. Edilarlv Note: Due to the procrastinating and omit qualities of proprietor, laziness of editor, indifference of publishers, we'll have to the chef, janitors, and delivery men. HA" stands for Allen, fair and square, Who shows the athletes how to tear Up the opposition and to fight them down, He teaches mathematics, but that isn't his crown. "CU stands for Campbell, Courtright, and Chalk: Three "Jolly Good Fellowsfl who at all times like to talk. Page One Hundred Forty-tix UPU is for Kyle Price and jeffie Pringle, One has been married, but the other one is single. Again two English twins we say, "We hope no more such pairs journey this way. 'ARD stands for Rogers of book-room fame, For Claudia is always playing with books, I suppose it's a game. We'l1 say she has a tough, hard time keeping the books, And making fellows pay for those theylve lost or mislaid in obscure nooks. US' is for Simpson and Strickland-no more. Mabel teaches the girls how to open the door To a manls heart by good fine cooking, And Grace tells of Caesarls death-when he wasn't looking. Nl", stands for Tilly, two Taylors, and a Thiessen. Get acquainted with 'em and see what youlre missin'! Chemistry, Spanish, and History by these three are taught- But they have such dumb pupils That it avails them naught. "WU stands for Warren, Watson, and Work- They are three teachers who never let you shirk, Spanish, English, and History are here repre- sented, But show them a mouse--you tell 'em-they fainted. TWO Chemistry, Commerce, and Mechanical Draw- ing Make these three invaluable to Oak Clitf's growing. HDD stands for Day, erect and straight, Who builds up young men, and puts weight On under-developed boys. A soldier since his teens, This is his slogan, UTell it to the Marines" HG" stands for Gillespie, a bookkeeper teacher Who puts bookkeeping knowledge where all can reach ler. He may not realize his valuable task, But he's giving a good course, and thats all we can ask. Q "H" is for Holloway, Henry and Hamilton, A physician, an Englishman and a mathemati- cian.

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LESSUN THIRTEEN She are Roberta King She made pupils to learn spanish and greek Her teach spanish to Seenyers But to 'fishl it sound like greek. LESSUN FOARTEEN Yes, she am Eula lVlcCorkle She very helthy, 'cause she take good care ot' herself - t'Oily to bed and oily to rize Make a teacher pashent, good, and wize." LESSUN FIFTEEN See Eunice Tilley? She are a member of Ziglild Folley wunce But now her show pore pupils Chemistrie how to do, And tell lem not to drop asid on the floor. LESSUN SICSTEEN Yes, indeedy, it are Allene Work She no got name which tit teacher Maybe so name should be boss, 'Cause tlish, all the work do do. LESSUN SELENTEEN How do you does, Nlr. Allen? He not teach in skule room. Him teach on lot so big as hole skule. Show em how to tite and get tuff. LESSUN ATETEEN Jefferson Davis Chalk Juneyer, see lim? He are a juneyer and a teacher at every mom- e11t exact. No can understand how can be wun tu a tu wun. Him no can write with fingers. 'Stoo bad! LESSUN NYNETEEN Captain Day, he R. O. T. C. man. Teach boy how to carry much baggage. And kil peepul and play music. When git married cadet no mind shopping with wive. LESSUN TWENTIE He are Jack Johnson, so grate box titer. But no color of ink now, lay round and bleech. Mr. Henry grate liter two, them too wunce fau te And we thaute it wuz a champeenship battle. LESSUN TWENTIE WUN Frankie Lyons are 'nother athalete Play baseball very much good. Tell pupils bout wurld serious Yes he nize IUHHS, VCI'y. LESSUN TWENTIE TU See he are R. N. Smith. Him we like cause unusual name he got. He show how to make nice tennis court. If be quick about it and no stop for bars. lf youse has CONCLUSION. learned theze lessons good Get secund edition, etc., of this book Sent "C. O. DY, and UP. D. Q." on reseat of price. Address 'AA Stewed Dent," Esquire, U. S. A. I knure a girl :cha Ihinks: That wall paper. wall Howers are decorations on the That the knot in a log can be untied. That an aspirin tablet is something to write 011, That "Carnation Milk" comes from the rlorist's. That highways have steps. That a dog can pick up his scent. ' That book leaves grow on trees. That a violin bow is a new kind of tie. That a hat band can play a march. That a pharmacy is where vegetables are raised. That Oliver Twist is a new kind of dance. That a spark plug is a chew of tobacco. That crazy water is made at the asylum. That the 'tboard of educationn is what father administers to disobedient boys. That a bookworm is used as fish bait. That a mountain range is something to cook Un. After eating xi plate lunch in the O. C. H. S. lunch room it is appropriate that the student pays for it with coins inscribed: "In God We Trust"5 and the next doctor's phone number is X 1357. Page One Hzmdrefi Forly-eight Clif D':eeHer.r rum! In !CIIO'lL'.' Why J. R. Lawson doesnt reduce. When the girls in the gym will learn to whistle. Why O. C. H. S. doesn't serve chicken a la king plate lunches anymore. Why they donlt have a nursery for the freshmen. Why the stars twinkle. ' Why Louise Wilson didn't want caps and gowns. llow many How much How much trunk. If you can What kind If the roof sides a circle has. water in a VVZIV6. you can carry in an elephantls play on an ear drum. of ball is in the eye. of one's mouth will leak. How many grains of sand on the sea shore. How many raindrops in a flood. Ilow long is a line. as as es John W.-'tWhat kind of a car would it be if Miss Graves had oneiv Robert B.-"A pray-as-you enterln Gink: "Your son is pursuing his studies at College isn't lieill i Dink: "I guess so. Hels always behind."

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