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Page 19 text:
The life of a High School does not
Inerable number of extra curricula activities
of these activities requires the services of a
assignment of class room work, the followin
activities of the school:
MR. P. M. KI-:NLEY
Sponsor for the Class of January, IQZ5
The small but mighty class of january,
IQZQ owes much of its success to its sympa-
thetic and understanding director, P. M. Ken-
ley. The term, socially, was very successful,
due in a large part to Mr. Kenley's careful
planning and supervision.
MISS BIQRTA COCJPER
Sponsor for Class of furze, 1925
A senior sponsor must be strong in princi-
ple, wise in direction, enthusiastic in plan-
ning, and sympathetic in understanding. Miss
Cooper has all of these requirements and
therefore is an ideal person for such sponsor-
Sponsor for Class of fanuary, IQ20
Mr. Chalk, whose picture does not appear
on the opposite page is the genial and kindly
director of our sub-senior class. According to
reports emanating from the class officers, they
have been very fortunate in having Mr. Chalk
selected to aid them in their problems.
Miss MINNIE BROWN
Sponsor for Class of lime, IQ26
The class that draws Miss Brown as fac-
ulty adviser is sure to have an interesting and
profitable year. As an organizer of class so-
cial activities, Miss Brown has few equals, as
can be proven by the delightful dances and
parties her class has held during the year.
MRs. MINNII5 BRA1vII.1z'rTE
Sponsor for Class of January, IQ27
Parties, wiener roasts, and basket suppers
have been our pleasant lot during the cur-
rent year. The success of these various social
activities has been largely due to the excel-
lent planning and pleasing co-operation of
Miss WINNIE LANGFORD
Sponsor for Class of lane, 1927
One of the largest classes in the school has
one of the smallest directors, that is physi-
cally. In the matter of intelligence, energy,
and enthusiasm, our sponsor is one of the
mightiest of them all.
Miss S'1'r3I,I.A WARREN
Sponsor for Class of January, 1928
While january '23 seems a long distance
lr I W. .M
consist of class work alone. An innu-
form the basis of school social life. Each
faculty adviser. ln addition to their full
g teachers direct and develop the various
away, this class says that the way to make
a good senior class is to do it when they are
Mlss BESSIE .lAcKsoN
Sponsor for Class of June, 1928
The "Old Woman Who Lived in a Shot-'l
could surely sympathize with Miss Jackson on
the "too many children" question.
Miss FLORENCE HOI.I,ADAY
Sponsor for Class of January, 1929
When our large bunch of peppy and en-
thusiastic Freshmen reported to Oak Cliff
High, Mr. Adamson felt they needed wise
counsel and careful guidance so he gave them
Miss Holladay to direct their destiny.
Miss SAIJI15 CANNON
'Direclor of Jllusic
The music department of Oak Cliff High
has no superior among Texas high schools.
Its chorus and orchestra work have reached a
high state of perfection under the able direc-
tion of Miss Cannon. Our school life owes a
great deal to her enthusiasm, to her intelli-
gent and appreciative understanding of hcr
Nllss RonER'rA Kms
'Dirt'cIor of Qifl Re'sI'r:"'s
This club is sponsored by the Y. W. C. A.
and has for its purpose the teaching of high
ideals of life and honor to its members. Miss
King with her sweet personality and her
idealistic purpose is especially well suited for
Miss HENRIbl'l"l'A EIsI5NI.oHR
'Dircclor of Ihe vlrorn
Oak Cliff is proud of her "Acorn." For
two successive years it has won first place in
the High School Press Association contest for
the best school magazine published in sTexas.
It owes its success to the tireless energy, wise
enthusiasm and hard work of its director, Miss
MISS ERMA GRIFFIN
'Director of The Oak
The High School Annual of Oak Cliff has
always maintained a high standard of literary
excellence and artistic beauty. Under the di-
rection of Miss Griffin, our "Oak" has in-
creased in beauty and efficiency, and is typi-
cally representative of Oak Cliff's spirit.
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Mlss IiOLLADAY Mlss CooPER Mxss CANNON Mrss JAcKsoN
Miss GRIFFIN M155 KING Miss EISENLOHR Miss LANGFURD
Miss BROWN MR. KENLEY Mus. BRAMLETTE Miss WARIKEN
Page 20 text:
MRS. WOODLIEF MRS. HORTON MRS. ALLEN
MRS. SMITH MRS. WILLIS MRS. GLENN
MRS. SPENCER MRS. JARED MRS. POPE
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