Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1925

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l Page Eighty-,tix Vlfhot Journalism Does or the High School Student Starting in ye good old days when the town crier announced the news hy word of mouth and continuing down the ages, journalism has increased in popularity until at the present time it occupies a place second to none in the making up of the school curriculum. 'l'o say that journalism does not benefit the high school student would he a base false- hood, for who can say, after finishing the course, that he has not learned quickness of divi- sion, good judgment of character, and clearness of thought in an emergency. Of course the teacher of Journalism does not expect a literary genius in all her pupils, but she expects to teach her pupils to he not only xvell versed in literature, hut also to he schooled in the ways of the business world hy reading' and understanding the Cream of current events Contained in the daily newspaper. journalism hrings out in the hoy or girl student one trait that is especially hne for anyone to masterfthat is punctuality. An article in journalism that is not on time might as well remain unwritten, for the press vvaits for no person whether he he president or office hoy. After punctuality comes other good points such as: self confidence, improving the poxvers of observation, developing a spirit of friendliness, and also huilding up your vocabu- lary which is a vital factor in any person's education. As an advertising medium the use of' journalism is the best that the school affords. What would the various social organizations, the music department, the R. O. T. C., and the other school actixities do for their advertising if it vvas not for the skill displayed hy the hand of the journalist in writing up these worth While activities. When the time comes, as it surely will, that journalism is a required subject in all high schools, the world will take had hefore. on a better attitude toward written speech as it has never "JOHN Macicrxxnx. sa



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Girl Reserves "Because there are thoughts in a girlls mind deeper than laughter, because there are hidden yearnings in a girlls heart, because there is a thirst in a girlls soul to know God and His goodness, the high school Girl Reserve Club has been organizedf' All over the United States there are girls who are endeavoring to lift the standards of high school girls. These girls, realizing that an all-round girl should have the three-sides of her personality developed, have come together in Girl Reserve Clubs, with programs de- veloping the health, knowledge, and spirit of girls. Knowing that a healthy body makes a clear mind, the Girl Reserves have put before their members a health code. Also there are hikes, swims and best of all, camps for the development of a joyous healthy nature. These implant in tl1e heart of a girl the desire to keep her body healthy, through work with other Girl Reserves. During the year, a Girl Reserve has the opportunity to attend at least three knowledge programs, which are well planned and interestingly presented. When one is a Girl Reserve, it is a joy to learn. The purpose of the Girl Reserve Club, "To lind and give the bestj, shows more than anything else the desire of Girl Reserves to develop the spiritual side of their nature. These three aims are expressed as one in the Girl Reserve code: .45 a Girl Referee, I will be: G racious in manner I mpartial in judgment R eady for service L oyal to friends R caching toward the best E arnest in purpose S eeing the beautiful E ager for knowledge R everent to God V ictorious over self E ver dependable S incere at all times. Page Eighty-eiglzl

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