Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1925

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Page 76 text:

Sixlyeeighf The Typefwriting Department The Typewriting Department is one of the most useful in the whole schoolg at least, so most of the Faculty think, when it comes to making out grade sheets and examination questions. The 4.A,s of the department do work for the Acorn and the Oak as well as work for Miss Finley when called upon. There are thirty-two machines in use eight periods of the day, making a total of two hundred and hfty-six students taking this course. Recently there have been added three new machines, which will accommodate twenty-four new pupils. The teachers of this most eHi- cient department are Mr. R. A. Courtright, Mrs. Elizabeth li. Ewing and Miss Alma Baker.

Page 75 text:

Allen, Frances Alverson, Letha Baker, Charles Baker, Harlan Baskerville, Guyler Bassett, Verona Bauman, Vaudin Beachum, Horace Bell, Bonnie Benefield, Elsie Beryhill, Annie Lee Bessent, Ruth Biglxam, Sam Bounds, Virginia Mae Bowers, Grace Bowling, Robert Brewer, Beatrice Burger, Joseph Butcher, VVilbert Cadmus, Emmett Cain, Lucille Ca rothers, Mark Henry Carr, John D. Carrigan, David Carter, Katherine Cawthon, Louise Chandler, Katharyn Chase, Louise Childress, Layton Clark, Howard Clark, Virginia Coates, Clota Cobb, Grace Cooper, Sam Copeland, Thelma Crotford, Carl Crosby, L. Crossland, Frank Cummins, Winifred Cunningham, Jewel Davidson, Maxine Davis, Ernestine Davis, Lorene Dewees, Nova Donworth, Dan January, IQZQ Doughty, Margaret Durham, Fred Edwards, Bob Edwards, Ernest Embree, Kenneth Eubanks, Katherine Evans, Horace McBeth, Earlene McBride, Geoffrey McCormack, Valera McKinnon, James McClarty, Jonnie Maloan, Walter Markham, Leota Marse, Evalyn Marshall, Deane Maupin, Doris Mays, Grace Medaris, Mary Louise Melton, Frances Camille Merrifield, Elvis Minor, hlargaret Monroe, Granville Morre, D. C. Moore, Hazel Morely, Dorothy Myers, Ruby Naylor, Donald Naylor, Raymond Oltman, Lucile Palmer, Edna Park, Thelma Payne, Maurine Perry, James Phillips, Ida Merle Post, Irene Potter, Gordon Preston, Robert Prewett, Glenn Primm, James Quinn, Walter Reaves, Mary Kathryn Register, Norman Rinfrow, La Juanda Riley, James Ritchie, Franklyn Roberts, William Robinson, Robert Rockfeller, Robert Rodman, Cecil Rogers, Ellen Ruth Rylie, Frank Sanders, W. J. Schett, Lawrence Scott, Roy Shannon, Irvin Silvus, Mildred Shepherd, Mildred Simpson, Frances Sizer, Agnes Smart, Margaret Smith, James R. Springen, Donald Stallings, Julia St. Clair, Constance Steindorf, Nellie Steinhoff, Wilbur Stevens, Nellie Sutton, Hirst Tedford, Frederick Tucker, Joe Tucker, Johnnie Turpin, C. Jr. Vaughn, d' .Ialma Vermillion, Davis Vestol, Lorene Vestol, Mary Wall, Alva Wall, Douglas Weederbust, Harvey West, Clifton Whaley, Donald White, Frances White, Nela Whitehurst, Lydia NVhitledge, Helen VVilliams, Clarice Wilson, Virginia VVittrock, Stella Woodward, Evelyn Wright, Lillian Page Sixly-.raven



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lx flfv 'iF"f ff W new 1 Mnsrcss iw QU e X' ,f ' A if 7 fr wif .e s fl . N X fi if ik L i? l X 1 it ifll as 'o, , ' v : ,f ,W N 'X Z cv? fc f The aim of the Music Department has been to function mentally, spiritually, physically, and sucially in the lives of the boys and girls subscribing tu the courses, and to further the fnterests of the school and community in every may possible. In assemblies for the school, the senior orchestra and glee club often entertain the student body. The organizations appear on many programs at the school and at banquets and luncheons for the various prominent clubs of the city. The Music Department frequently gives programs which include vocal and instrumental solos, orchestra and glee club numbers. Interest in all phases of the work has been zealously and faithfully maintained. Classes, glee clubs, and orchestras have been ambitious in their undertakings and successful in their accomplishments. The Orcfzeflrfz Page Sixty-nine

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