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The Little Tin Soldier
The little toy dog is eofoered with dust,
But sturdy and stauneh he stands 5
And the little toy soldier is red with rust,
And his musket moulds in his hands.
Time was when the little toy dog was new,
And the soldier was passing fair,
And that was the time when our Little Boy Blue
Kissed them and placed them there.
"Now don't you go tilt I come," he said,
"And don't you make any noise."'
So toddling off to his trundle hed,
He drempt of the pretty toys,
Xlnd as he was dreaming, an angel song
.rlwahened our Little Boy Blue.
Oh! the years are manly, the years are long,
But the little toy friends are true!
Ay, faithful to Little Boy Blue they stand,
-Each in the same old place-
Awaiting the toueh of a little hand,
The smile of a little faee,
And they wonder as waiting the long years through
In the dust of that little chair
VVhat has heeome of our Little Boy Blue
Since he hissed them and placed them there.
F in years to come this
volume brings back to
you pleasant memories
of the best and fullest
period of your youth-
your high school days,
with its joys, hopes, ambi-
tions, friends: if it serves
to remind you of the little
in the shape of failure and
disappointment in a season
of happinessg then the
Oak of 1927 will have
achieved its purpose.
'THE CRACK COMPANY
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CAPTAIN, DREW DORSEX'
XVim1ers of the State
ROSTER STATE CRACK COMPANY
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Dickson, VY. T.
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McCord. D. C.
Mchlains, D. BI.
Russey. E. K.
Tennison, T. J.
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OAK CLIFF HIGH SCHOOI
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DR. N. R. CROZIEII, Superizzfeuderzf of Dalfas Sflmffff
E. B. CAUTHORN, ,lffirfazzl SllPEI'illf67llf8llf of Daffaf Sfh00fJ
L. V. STOCKARD, SllfEl'f'fJ0l' of High Sfhool 11I.VfI'Ilfff0ll
BOARD MEM BERS
Boum S'roR1aY, Trefidezzt
ALEX W. SPENCE, Vice-Trexidefzl
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Rs. H. L. P1-Qormis DR. DfXX'ID VV. CAR'FER, .IR
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MR. W. C. EVlCRIi'I'T,. ,,,,Fi1111IIfE
MRS. YV. P. ZL'MXYAI.T, ,,,, , ,, ,,,,,,,.. Szrpplief
MR. ALEX W. SPENCE , , ,,,.,,,,,..,,.,,. ,,Rufes
MR. E, N. Now-is ,,,,, ,,,, , W ,,,,,, , Yiuifffilzgf am! Sire:
MRS. H. L. PEOPLI-is ,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,., , Lllllfh Room
DR. DAVID W. CAR'I'ER, JR. ,,,, ,W ,... ,,,..,, I Velfare
MR. Amex W. SPENCE ,, ,,,,,, Special Commiftee
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- MRS. A. G. WRmuT
- MRS. C. R. RHRW
- MRS, S. II. PRICKI-:TT
- MRS. D. R. CRUW
- MRS. VV. M. RoBr1R'1's
MRS. Al.BER'1' WILKINSON
MRS. N4JRBl5L7RNP1 SMITH
- MRS. N. B. L.-KCKI..-XNIJ
- MRS. C. H. FREASIRR
- MRS. G. A. SPRAGUE
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The Tarent-Teacher Association
ii HE Allkl of this organization during the current year has been to study condi-
if tions affecting student life with a view to creating a better understanding between
2 parents and teachersg that our principal and teachers may know that they have
p the fullest support of the parents in the program of the schoolg and that the students
l, may know that they have the sympathetic co-operation of both parents and teachers in
g their many activities. The growing interest in this association is evidenced by a mem-
ll bership in excess of two hundred and fifty.
l Outstanding speakers were secured who addressed us on the subject, f'The Adol-
Q escent Age,'l the study suggested by the Dallas Council of Parents and Teachers. We
1 have also had interesting and instructive drills in Parliamentary Law.
Upon request, several departments of the school were aided by appropriations
and by equipment.
Q Drapes were secured for lylr. Adamson's office and for the Teachers' Council
2 The outstanding feature of this year's work was the creation of the Adamson
Loan Fund. This fund is used to help needy pupils through High School.
E The association furnished the Scholarship Club a membership in the National
Organization and provided for them a bulletin board in the hall of the school. The
individual members were furnished with buttons, the object being to give this club
5 and its members the prominence among the school organizations which it rightfully
The Student Loan Fund for Girls has now between fifteen hundred and two
thousand dollars. Nine girls are borrowing from this fund for their higher education,
" and are making excellent records.
l The January graduates were entertained with a progressive dinner party, and
57 plans are formulated for entertaining the June class.
.-Xt the beginning of this year the outgoing officers entertained the incoming of-
! ficers, and in February, the lfxecutive Committee entertained the members and friends
of the association with a reception at the home of the President, Mrs. H. M. Settle.
' During the meeting of the N. lf. A., homes were provided for fifty of the Na-
ll tional Orchestra. We also provided transporation, served at Information Booths, and
on the Hospitality Committee, and served coffee and cake to those who visited Oak
1' Cliff High School.
U Our teachers gave a Stunt Program for the benefit of the Student Loan Fund for
Girls and the Adamson Loan Fund, and a picture show was given at the High School
for the benefit of the Adamson Loan Fund.
Q! ln March we entertained the Fathers' Division with an old-fashioned box supper
li and spelling match.
We want to express our appreciation for the hearty co-operation of the teachers
and the kindly counsel of our Principal, Mr. Adamson.
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The :Adamson Loan F und
HAT greater or better gift can we offer our nation than the edu-
cation and guidance of our youthl This idea is the cardinal
principle of Mr. Adamson's philosophy as he moves among his
students advising where interest had flagged, and commending when boys
and girls were measuring up to their opportunities like men and women.
Often is he heard to say, "Education makes a people easy to lead, but
diilicult to driveg easy to govern, but impossible to enslave." At every
turn he displays that unselfish interest and consideration for others which
is the first requisite of a gentleman.
Honoring this heroic character who has been the inspiration of Oak
Cliff spirit in its finest and highest expression, the Parent-Teacher,s Asso-
ciation this year sponsored the creation of the Adamson Loan Fund. The
initial contribution for the fund was the gift of the splendid boys and
girls of the IQ27 January graduation class, who realized the supreme value
of an educated heart and head and who labored that others might achieve.
Other donations were quickly added through the interest and work of the
Parent-Teachers' Association. The fund is available to any boy or girl
who needs it to finish his course in the Oak Cliff High School.
A committee consisting of Mr. Adamson, a faculty and a Parent-Teach-
ers' representative, have charge of the loans.
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"Oh the years are many, the years are long
But the little toy friends are true." 1
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Senior Clary of 1927:
The prime duty of mankind is to love his
neighbor. If your work in the Oak Cliff
High School is an indication of what your
future life will be, then I am content, for all
along you have shown good home training
and have developed ine school manners. As
I see it, you have given as much of the good
and as little of the bad as any class We have
had. Our best Wishes go out to you individ-
ually and collectively. May the God of love
direct you through a successful, Well spent
life is my sincere Wish for you.
W. H. ADAMSON.
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RANCFS Al.Bl'lR'l',-X COOPER, known to her friends as "Bertal', is
one of the best loved instructors in the Oak Clit? High School. For
11 number of years she has been the Senior sponsor, and with smiling pa-
tience has guided the graduating class through the floods of oratory, the
sighs and the joys of decisions about "rings", 'twhite dresses", Utuxedosll,
invitations, baccalaureate exercises, graduation exercises, and all the other
"iinportant', and agonizing "troubles" of a Senior Class.
She has proved herself thoroughly worthy and easily the master of
such tasks. Nliss Cooper, as a Senior Class Sponsor, is truly an Oak Cliff
Nlontaigne in his essays, surely was describing her when he said:
A'The inost manifest sign of wisdom is a continual cheerfulnessg her
state is like that of things in the regions above the inoon, always clear
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4 Class O
NI x as Com' I-LR, Spwzm
Entered from lVl:1ypL':lrl, '2q. lfrmtlmll, '25, '26
B:lslcetbI1ll, '26, sL'lllUI' lllzly, '27.
ANNIE JACK BAIALIQY' .
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Entered from CE!lll'2ll,!,li3- Spanirulg Club, ggi, E'
,263 Scholarship Club, '23, '24, .'25,'Lli26g C6111--.V
mercc Club, '26. '1' vf V
VERLIII HRAY ' I
Entered from Cemlxu' Hill, yll. M:uy',Festlx'z1l, L
'23, '24- l 1
FRANK HIGGINS 'V
Entered from Reagan, '2:. Fuotlmll, lzq, '26, X
Basketball '25, '26, Baseball, fig, '265fScl1ulaI'- Q
ship Club, lzg. X '
IiAI.1f1I IlllANDE,NllURY ,Q f I 5
Iinteretl , Gala, Clllf, -High, fllzgrjv 'Lil LLit'utenVal1t
on St:lll',,'16.r, Znfl LlC,llEl'll1l'llL, '25, Cdillillill on
' " Stall ctkkijllwllltl, '26.' l lf .
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'26 n1Iflq,ff.Iq1f1-31211 Sitzlll, V325 55'
2535f?7v'5C1sss'L1.mI1e1-, '14, 'is '5QPi6?'iPf57f'ls2'7-ll
1' ljll lx
, ' IILANCIILZIIRIQENLEIQS ,Q
Intefed from B1-xvl:.ff,,'l22. Music Club, '23, '24,
l25gl' AeC3l'll Rcpu1'tu!',fj'26.
-' lwwjlx nl,
CECIL SHELTON ,
Enteretl. Reagan, '24. lli-Y, '25, Presi-
dent Hi-Y, '26, Military Staff, '24, lzg, 26, Oak
Slfllfyllg, -ly4'll'.l.t'1lLl6l', ,265 CmnmcrCe'Club, l26,
NVAI.'Tl2R VV. DOSS
Entcn-Ll frmn Cvxitixxl Iligli, '1q. Hi-X, '25
'26. President 4A ,'27, Pu-sidvnt 4B Class, '36
Football, '26, Nlaiiagvr of Svniwr Plzlv, '27
- ELIZABli'1'H RODDY
Enterrd from lirmiv, 'Z2. Min' Festival, '23
Fr:-nth Club, '::, '16, Music Club, '13, '14, 'za
Senior Pla' 'Z ' l-'murine Sunioi' Gi
lfiltciwfl frnin S.lll Antonin, '14,
svrxr, '16, l"rvncli l'l.ay, '26, Srniui'
E11lL'lCxl from Central, '13. President uf flnss,
'13, City Cmnpeririu- Drill, ':q, '36,
pvtitive Drill, ':q, '36, XVUZPllCl'.lfl
Ritiv Tcnm, 727.
SLIM' Cum- -
A ........,-..,- , . . ,.... -A
Entcrvd frum VV1icu High Stlwul, 216.
Entered from Ccnrrnl, '13, Vice-l'y'f-sidc-nl :A
Class, Pcfp Squad, '22, Mary Fenival, '12, '1.l.a
English Club, ':'..i..
Eurmm-d fi-mn Rn-agan, ':4. Pep Squad, '13,
'16, Music Club, 24, '12, Girl R:'5c'rvr-, ' ,,
Xluj' Fvitixzil, 'IL 526.
S.-XNlL'liL ll. llI'l'L'll
EllU'l'L'Ll from Xurrli Dalllgix, '34, lli-Y, '15,
16, '17, 1-'i-cncli Club, '34, '35, '26, '17, Vico-
l I 3
lrcsidcnt .pl Clnss, Suniui' llzxy, 274 Scholar-
ship Club, '14, 'z5.
ROBE RT CARVER
Entered from San Autuniu, ,2I. Football, ,24,
'25, '26, Basketball, '25, '26, Track, '26, Hi-Y
Club, Busincss Manager Acorn, '25, Crack Com-
Thrift Chairman, '26, Invitation Committvv, 27.
from Sulphur Springs, Texas, '2g.
Entered frum Central, '23. Scholarslxip Club,
'24, l2S, '26, lZ7, May lfcstiml, '23, '24, Lnriu
Club, '2q, '26, SL-nior Play, ':7.
HOWARD L. SMITH
Entercd from Rvugan, '23. OI'Clli'SI1'H, '2g,
'26, Band in Chznnpiunship Year, '24.
Entered from Soutlnavcstcrn Military Cullcgc,
' ll ' , ' 6,
l2I. Glen' Club, l24,, 25, Foutlm , 2',
Frmtbxlll Play, '24,
Entered from Trinity Heights, 'z3. Mny
LOLA B. CURRY
Entvrud from Crzmd Sulinc, 223. Vollry
'24, '25, Nluy Festival, '23, '2.t.
EDWARD S. BRIDGES
Entered frcm CL-ntrzxl, '22. lVIeml1er Ili-Y
'26, Captain Military, Member City Crack
pany, '23, 724, '26, lvlcmbvr State Crack
pany, '24, '25, '26,
jon s. TURLEY
HUGH M. CRAIG, JR.
Entered from Reagan, 'z:. Fuutbull, '24, '25 Entered from Rn-xrgan, '23. Baud, '23, '14, '25,
' -,L '26
R. o, r. C., '23, '1 .
MARGARET PA LM
Entvrvd from Carrigu Springs, '25. Latin Club, I
,zss Gm RCSNWS, 26' inytered from Bryan High, '25, Spanish Club,
26, Commercu Club, '16, Senior Play, 'z7.
ENIO lEN O R
K E R JEYVEL COKER
' 'ul fw lug. . S' ul: sl'w lb, 'ln
, Enff' , 'lm lmjlu Ll' 'r,".' UU , Entered fr-un Hucknf-r's Arzxdunw. Pep Squad,
24, 23, 26, Lamn luurnamvnt, :,a ,lAl'1vb1- MH- H.. ,V C , l, , C , C1 h H6
dent, ,LX Class Srfxx-talryg Prusillvnt Music Club, NU" 'mug' 'S' "mm"'u U ' " '
S:X'NlU.liL VV.-XLTON ALEXANDER
luxtcxm-nl from Reagan, '22. Hi-Y, '24, '25,
Entered frum Hogg, "2 Sclwlarshlp Club, Vicv-I'r4-sidcnt, '26, '27, Spuken English Club,
26, Golf Club, '26.
Entered from Bowic.
V NANNIE NEAL PRESTON
Entered.-from Bqvsin-,,',23. Sclmlnrslmip Club,
'23, ,24, 226, Spanish Club, '14, 'zqg Girl Rv- '
serves,-'23, '24, 'zq, '26, Ac-,rn Sruff,.'z6 junior -
jdixriial -'Sb:1l'f',5' 26. 3- . 1'
Course' not cmnpli-tl-il.
CLAYTON RUTI l ERFORD '
liutcredl from Reagan, '22. I5l,SL'l'g'l'IlIlf in R.
O. T. C., Stat: Cmfk Cunipniny'?Drills, '24, '25,
'26, City Crack Company Drills, '22, '23, 24,
,255 Received Sclmlursliip to Qnmp Dallas in ,265
Frmtbrill, ,z6. V k
Entcrcd fwm Cuntral, lzg. State Crack Crim-
pzmy, '26'5 Svnior Play, IZ7.
MARY LOUISE PHILLIPS
Emi-red from Buwie, '23. May Festival, '23,
'2+3 Pfpbsquild, '215 Spanish Club, ,245 Program
Cl1aim1anmConxme1-cf Club, '26, Oak Staff, 'z6.
,Entered fruni Bowie, '2:. Sclmlarsliip, '24, 125,
'26, Cljklllilllllll Social Cummittcc, 413, Program
Chairmaiii, 4A3 Pep Squad, '2.4,.
Entered from Reagan, 'zz. lfmnbull, '23, '24,
'2', ,26j Pri-siilent Iiznv Class '26, Senior Pla'
J . 5
'27, Acorn Staff, 725, 26, Fzumile Scniur Buy.
SID VVINTERS LORE
Entered from Hogg, '13 Enncrc-Ll frmn Reagan, '2+. Scholarship Club,
'14, lli, '16, ':75 Fiw Minute Talk Contest
l xvlllllkfi EXtlAlllIWkll'2ll1L'
wus SPL'11l'illl:Q' XVlnner5 Vica-
Prvsidvnt 4B Clnssg Svnif-r Play, '27.
GLQXDYS C'.XRR.XGllER ,
CAR I D I S W. BRYAN
Entered from Fnrwt, '23. Valley Ball, '245
PW SQUQJ, 34, lfnterell from KR-nu
TIIONIAS E. KlilIl7E
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ISS AGATHA Nlcln-XRRY, always charming and approachable, was
- elected sponsor for the 4B class of IQZ7. Although coinparntively
new in the faculty, she soon revealed nn unmistakable interest and under-
standing of the boys anal girls. lt was her task to sponsor the activities
of the class, advising where advice was necessary, and entering into the
class activities with n genuine sympathy and unselhshness which will be
one of the pleasant memories of Senior days.
Q ' 1' . .
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4B Class Ojjicers
BVU PRATIHCR -
FRANK Kmn -
Tom BONNER -
ICLDA YO1'lI,KEl, - - - Y'
- T I'l'11fIll'FV
Entcrvd from Reagan, ':.3. President 4,-X ninl
4B Class, Baseball, '26, '27, Cheer Lcadvr, '26,
'275 Track, '24, 'zq, '26, 'z7.
Entcrc-d from Reagan, '23. Girls' Vollcy Ball
Team, '23, '24, '25, Girls' Rifle Team, '13,
'24, '25, Oak Stuff, '26, '27, "ViC?-Pwsiclurit
Senior Class '26, '27, Sponsor Companya C, '16,
Entered from Hogg, '23, Orchestra, '2:, '24,
'25, Oak Stnlf, '27, Stllolzlrsliip Clulw, '24, '25,
'26, '27, Junior klournnl Stall, '26, Acorn RL'-
portcr, French Club, '26.
DREVV A. DORSHY
Crack Company, State, '24, '25, '26, Truck '25,
'26, Rillc Tvznn, '26, '27, Hi-Y, '27, Gill: Stuff,
Entered from Cent
Lcttvr Track, '26, '27,
ral High, l'luuston, '24
President Hi-Y, '27, Svc-
retary Spanish Club, '26, Acorn Staff, '26, Busi-
ness Mzlnzigcr of Acorn, '26, '27.
Entered from Brmiv, '23. May Festival, '24,
'15, Art Club, '26, '27, Girl Reserves, '16, '27,
Acorn Staff, '27, Schu
lnrship Club, '24, '25, '26,
Enturvsd frum Buwie, '21. I'rcsicli'nt of 1Bs, '23,
Rifle team, '23, '24, '2i, Tunnis Lcznn, '24, '25,
'26, Acorn Staff, '26, '17.
Cln-L-r Lczulcr, '26, '27
Entcri'd frnm llngg.
Rand, two yvars.
V N H 7 N 1 STELLA QUILLIN
DWIGHI WII'I'IA'15 Enteniil from Hogg, '23, May Fvstixzll, '24,
Entrrvd from Hogg, '2q.
Lutervd frfmi Cvutml, '::. French Chin, '2-1.
Girl Rcsvrxcs, '17, Girls' Ulm Club, '16, May
Festixnl, 'I-1, Sclwolnrsliip Club, '23, '24,
A LLAN M I LLE R
l'Intcrcil from VVc'st Wvllfxl, Fzlstlzmd, Texas, lla.
, Stzitc Champion Crack Cwnxpany, '24, Pep Squad,
'24, State' Crack f4'l1'lPJIIll', '25, 2nd Lieutenant
R. 0. 'I'. C., za: Blllhl-ll1'llI11 Major, '26, ,27.
.lintwml liI'Ull1 Sunset Clrxulv Scliiml, ':z. Class
l'i11lm'rm-rl frum Cmntrzlly ,IL Girl llc'4c'ru'S, -ws Lpmhita V363 -'xC""" Smffv llc' i:6v 'l72 clllil Rl"
'26, '17, 'l'vimis, ':4. '16, ':71 Pep Squzirl, 327 SVVV'-'Fi 55. '27s 0VfhF5U'il1 ,26-
Onk Stzllli, '36, 'zjz
yyILLIA'g1 HQXVARI3 lintcrrd from Rvzigun, '::. Girl Rcscrws, '26,
'17, Pup Stillllkl, '25, Lzllin Club, Nlny Festival,
Glu' Club, 16, '27, R. O. T. C. '11, ,L+ 314. '25,
Second Lieutenant R. O. T. C.' Crack Com-
Entcrvd from Corvallis High, Oregon. Truck,
pany, '25, '26, 327. ':6,'27g Baslu-tb:1l1,'16.
SYBIL STA RLING
Entered from Bryan, '23, Spanish Club, '25,
JANE MARIE I'AXNl'lI.L
Entered from Reagan, '23. Frvnclx Club, '24,
'25, May Festival, 'Zig Class I,uudn'1', '26, Acorn
Entered from Bowie, '23. May Fcstix al, '34,
'25, '26, Vollcy bull Team, '244 Sclmlnrship
Club, '24, 'z5, '26, '27, Spanish Club, QVZ7. V '
MARY l4'R.'XNCliS llOl.I,lNGSWORTll
Ilntvrc-d frnm Rczlgan, 'ZL Girl Rrservvs, '21,
Stuff, '16, '27. '14, 'zq, 7173 May lfl-ativnl, '23, ,245 Fu-nch
Club, '26, 727.
Entered from Reagan in '23. Gulf tc-am, '24,
Captain of Gulf tl-xml in '26, ,275 Lcttcred in Enlcrvd frmn Rl'ilg2lll, '33, Q,-Mk Cumpgmy,
Baseball, '16, ,275 Hi-Y, '16, 727.
'24, '15, '26, Latin Club, '16, Rim- Tcnm, ':6.
TOM BONNER JACK 'ITRNER
Entcrcd frmn Hogg, '23, Sclwlarsliip Club, '12, Entvrcd frum Reagan, '23. Crack Cmnpnny,
'24, '25, '26, Treasurer Hi-Y, '26, '27, Riilu '25, '16, Art Editor Annual, '26, '27, Pm-sidcnt
Tram, '26, '27, City Crack Company, '26, Stat? uf junior Class, '25, '26, Hi-Y, '26, '27.
Crack Company, '24, 'z6.
'FRANCES M'A"""5 N.-l.'l'ALlli wxA1'rrmws
E"f"'C", from Bimini. m fl' Gln Rllwrzviis' Elltvrvml from Cm-ntml, '1-5. Schulqwship Club,
szi, 26, 275 Sclxulnrsliip Llub, Pep Squad, lj, H+ ,V ,26 ,VM ,,n,qiA,mt of Orchesrm ,ZW
'14, May Festival '24, '15, Winner of silvcr pin 6rghL,T,:.', ,214 -ff. 1,6 - .. 01k .md lxmgrl
. . . 5 la v -m - i lf? - - I
m Qpcwntmg 27' Staff, '16, 'lfa Spunsur L-Y' Bunll, '26, 'lj'.
Elll!'l'4'kl frum Rvagnn, '23. Ao-rn Stall, '25, MAXRT-H,x SLQJXXJ
'26, '27, Oak Stull, '26, '27, l'rc'Sid::nt SPlllllSll
Club, '16, '27, Spfmsur of Stull in R. 0. 'll C-, Fnu-vcd '2q. Svhulzirsliip Club, '26, '2', Girl
'25, '16, '17, Scliulzlrslilp Club, '23, '24, 'IL Rl'sUrN'cs, '.Z6.
Entcrvnl fftlill Huston ACH-.lvlny Nlubilc, ,Xl:l.
'l4,. Ili-Y, '26, '27. Entvrvd frrun Cursifxlnzl '2'.
ELIOT H ER M AN
from Bowic, 'z4. Spanish Club, ,27
from l"o1'cst, '24. Antique Club, 'J
from Bowie, lzg. Sclmlzirship Club
Rc-serve-s, 226, '27, Latiu Club, '26,
,253 May Fcstiwul, '24, 215.
MAM IE HUNTER
Entered in ':2. Girl Reserves, ,225 Bvlmont
High in California, '16, Rc-entered O. C4 H. S.,
Entered from Cvutral, '23. Nlzly Fustixal, '24,
YVILFRED B. l'RlCKlf'l'T
Ente-red from Central High, Oklaliuma City,
'L 5. Sclwl:nrsl1ip Club.
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HOMER SUMNERS GUSTIN BAIRD
Entered from Ferris High, 'z5. Entered from Sherman High, 'z4. Oak Staff,
ANNA M.-XY BATSON GLADYS HUBER
EMM ,-,,,,,, Bimii-. ,in Club, 126, un ,2,E'lff"d,ff""',,ffmQQ'fl1,f,fff,i 5333534 f1'fh'fl"af
Spanish Club, '26, E75 Sclwlarship Club, '24, ". A4' 7' " l ' i P ' J' '7'
,ZS 726, ,273 Aww Sum, ,ln Oak sms' ,:7' ijiicxallilkflgzs A011-n Rcpmtl-rv '26, 5275 junio,
. 3 '
NIARY LI0 Nlcl'l.lfl.l.."KNlJ
Q lixm-rod frunm XVinnctka, 'ly Pvp Sqiiiul, '14,
Lnulu' 'Wt U'ml'l"t"d' '24, ,265 Girl Rl-SL'l'YeS4 lnxitzltiv-ii Q'fw11ii11itIl'L'.
BUllNlil,,L R, BROYVN '
Entered funn Buxxic, '12, R. O- T. C-5
lintvrul from Rvzlgam, lzg. Schvlzuship Club.
F-3--.---.',--Q -- -v-- - - - -
WILLIAM E. UNDERYVOOD JR.
Entered from Ay:-r, Mass., Ill.
ANNA MAE DUDLEY
Enturcd from Sunset Grammar, 'z3. Pep
Squad, '24, May Festival, '26.
MARY LOUISE PIERCE
Entered from llugg, IZ3. Clmirmzln of Pro-
gram Cmnnuittm- uf French Club, 3264 Girl Rc-
scrws, ,2:, I24, '25, '26, ,l7.
Entered from Hereford High, 'z4. R. O. 'I'.
C. State Crack Cumpznly, '26, One Act Play Con-
Entered from Central, ,22. Football,
Basketball, '25, '26.
Ente-red from Curlington High, 5.4. Cir
serves, 'Zig Girls, Glu- Club, '25, '26,
FLORA EVELYN BLAND
Entvred from Plzmu. Sclnvlzxrship Club, l 5
Ili'Y, '26, '27, R. O. T. C., '23, '24,
, .,,w.i,,..,.-..-Q,-W 'MW'-"f A ' '
LESLIE IIOI11' IAUK McCORD
Hi-Y, '26, '17a Ox'cl1vstr:l. '11, '24, '25, '16, Entered frnm Frusr, 'IH-xus. I-'uotbgall ': , ':,,
Q Q DORIS CARY
I'nt:'rm-J I!'1'I1l :Xr'Iingt1f11 Huh.
A Iiutervd frunz H.:mmwnd High, 'l5. May
Frstivfxl, '265 P1-p Squ.4.l, '255 Snqiul Commit-
Irmtmw-LI I.n1u.urx, '16. SclmI.u1'QI1ip Club, '16,
IiS'I'HIiR LIT!-I HARRIS
rxtvlx-If frum Hwgg Sclmul. SrImln1'sI1ip Club,
'l-L 'IL 'I51 'l"s Chl RvwI'Nf'S, 'liz vlulliwl' Iirxulwd frmn Rx'll3J.llI, '12, UIVIQ' Gln' Cluhg
Iwuxnnl, 26. Vullvy H.xlI Tram: I"I'L'IIxIl Club.
Al IM M115 WA'l"l'
Glu- Klub, '2i, '26, '27, Basket Ball, '24, '25,
'26, '27, Opurn-tta, '273 l'I'f'SlLlL'IlI of Glue Club,
linterml frnni Reagan, '21. Linz Award, 72.4,
'zq, '26, '27, Ac-n'n Staff, '26, '27, Oak Staff,
'26, 27, SL-niur Play, '17, Om: Aft Play Con-
Hiitrlwil frrun Central, '2:. Girl Rvsvrvcs, '2,,
'24, '25, '26, 'l'l'UIlSlll'K'l' in '24 and Service Cliair-
man, '2q, Sclnilarsliip Club, '21, '24, '16, Ring
Cmnniittcl-, '26, Oni- Act Play, '37.
I-Intvrcil funn Reagan, ':3. Crack Company,
'2:, '24, '25, Ring Cununitu-P, Inwilation Coni-
l IARC LD li. VVRIGHT
Entcrml from Hogg, 'ly Golf VFCHITI, '25,
'26, Hi-Y, '26, '26, '27, Acwrii Staff, '27, Oak
Stall, '27, Linz Aviard, '14, '15, '26, ':7.
Entered f'rm'n Hogg Sclwuul, '23. Scholarsliip
Club, '26, '27, Spring lfvstival, '24, '?.5.
lC11tc1'i'll from Rmvic, '2:. May Festival, '24,
'29, Art Club, '26, '27, Ifrunclm Club, '26, Schul-
arship Clulw, '14, '25, '26, '27, Girl Rrsvsiwvs '26,
Iiritvrml frmn Denison lligli, '24. Commerce
lixutmx-d from Hogg School. Golf 'l'u:xm, '17
' FRANCES FREASIER
Entered from Ccnrral, '13, Acorn Staff, '36,
,275 All City Orchestra, '16, '27, W'innc-r Girls'
Oak Subscription Contrit, '16, Sclmlzlrslmip Club,
'25, '26, 7275 Prcsidem Sqholnrslxip Club, '26, '27.
Entered from Control, '23. Girls' Chorus, '11,
'24, '2q, '16, Girl Rmerves, '::, '14, '15, '16,
'27, Art Club, '27, N. li. A. Stull, junior
Band, '24, ':q, '26, '17, Camp Dallas, '24,
'Zig Om' ACL Play Contest, '17, l'Ixtumpo1':lnrous
Entered from Hogg, 'z3. Spanish
Scholarship Club, '26, Junior journal
Exxlrrvd from Sherman High, '24,
Club, '14, '15, '16, '17, Unk Stull, ':7.
GICORG li LIQYHF
Clem' Club, '25, '26, '27, Basket Bull, 326, '2,
Baseball, '26, '275 Football, '16, Senior Play, ':,,
Band, '23, '14, '25, 'z6.
Entered from 'I'r:nvis, 'z3. Girl Reserves, '21,
Latin Club, '26, N. E. A. Stall, Sclmlnrslnip
Cluhg Program and Siwixrl Clxzrirman nf Art Club.
BLAN Cl I li HARPIQ R
Entered from Central, '2g. Girl Reserves, '23,
'2 g B Invitation Cunnnittee, 'z", Latin Club,
4 4 f ,
'25, '16, Pep Squad, '13, '24, :Xrt Club, '2:.
Entered from Bowie, '2z. Linz Pin, '23, '26,
Pep Squad, '13, '14, Rifle 'lk-nm, '15, H165 Attend-
Entered from Central, '23, City Crack Unn
pany, 25, 265 State Crack Company, '25, '26,
Rifle Team, '26, lZ7.
LEONA CASTLE BERRY
Entered from Reagan, 'zz
Entered fmni lluwic, '23. lixrwlwll '11-zum, '24,
Pep Squad, Girl Reserves.
Band, IZ3, '24, Czlmp Dallas, '2 .
HORACE L. BENSON, JR. FRED BAKER
Entvrtd from Main Au-111m High, Suu Antunio, Ifml-1-all fy-nm Rm-gan, '33, Boys' Clap uh
'I+ Aww Stuff, 26, l27s Unk Stud, yli, '16, '16, ,273 Spnpisll Club, '16, ,273 Class Lu er,
Stage Crack Company, ':g, '16, Callct Mnjmf, 736, H175 N. Ii, A. NL-xvsp:1pm'Stnif.
'26, 32.7. 1 . '
ALPINE ROBERTSON IHLNIA LEE LElG.H'1'ON ' '
Enu-red from Hogg, ':3. Scholarship Club. Enrnriwcl f1'un1'Crnlr.zl, ,2.1. Scholarship Club
'24, '25, 26, '27, Girl Rl-fl-nes, '24, '15, l:6, '25, '14, lzg, '16, '27, Gym Fesriml, '23,
'17, Latin 'I'uurxm1m-nr, '16, Claris Vicc-l"rcsi- Spanish Play, ':6, Spanish Club. -
flfht, ,245 Svnlor Orcluwtrn, '14, '25, ,26. I
DORO'I'llY MAE llILlll'RN VWRA VONROE
Entwml fmxn XVl1vvlc1' High Sclul--I. VVISC Old 1':'lU3fl"i YKVUYN fvlllffll. 'lI- May l7L'4tix':ll 14
Owl Club, '2q, Sclwlnrsllip Club, '26, ,ITE '5'
CLAUDE VVILLI.-XNISOX ATR.
Entered from Lungfclluw, Enid, Oklzxlmmnzx,
125. Ozlk Staff, '17, Ili-Y, '27, EllIL'l'IIllllll1L'llf Clcc Ulllb, '26, '27, Buys' MUSEC Qlllll'tl't
Committee: uf Typvwritiug Claw, ,ZTQ Social - R. O. 'I'. V., '2:, ,l.l,, 'Zig Crack Company
,2.7. A ,255 Acorn Rvgwrtul' of C1mnu::rCc'.
, J.-xciq Luci:
L JACK CHANDLER
, Entvrcd- from Iowa Pzirkklligii, '2+.
Ente-red frmu Bowie, 13.
EDITH HAMILTON .
Ente-rcdy frnm- Rubbrts, 'zi ASch9liu-siiip Qiub
'23, '24, 625, '26, ,215 Sginniah C1ub,"1q, '16, 'Q7
OgiqL',S,g11H, '26, ,l731f3il'1 2Rcsqiv0s,'Ljg5, '26, ,27
'I'11fift,"Si'1gfg'gu1'y, 'zj. if . I .
,, 2 '
6' f BESSIE SCOTT , .
: I I
Entered Nfrmn Hogg Sfhcfiil, '23. Girl Reel-rvcs
fain' yrflrsg Pep Silllllui,4,25, 33.63 M1ly:iFn's!ix'al
,26. A 'lf'
' ' ' 'AERNEST MA'1'lI'IIEVSfg '
Entered from Hogg, 'z3. lin-fi1fe"1'carn, '26
, S F VXYALTON GALLAGHER
Si-cond Lieutenant, Cadet Corps.,-' '27, Qak Stuff, 1 ' 6
'26, Acorn Stuff, '27, Camp Dnll11s,"2'q,' 124, '25
,V 4 ' gosh: ELIZABETH WALTHER-
,K-. , . .-
5 if! BI1fl'l'tIf.ix from LiL'Y1.fl'5lI, '12., INIay Fustivfllj '24,
5 . Q Gini,-Qlesiiifvgs, Sdmlqrship fC1iih,'W255 Score
'f if f f5ii'f'ijinf'Tie5Slxi:i' L. N. Clubs - f 'V 5
,ff . , i
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1. VADA SLIGER
r ,K ,. -
n N Iliiiiwrui frmn Ilmiiu Scliiml, 'gy Spring Frs
Q X X X X U
Q tiY21,YANQ4, '25, Psp Squad, 324.3 Schrvlniship Clu
' H+, 1465 H17
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. . i 1i11tc1'cdi11frmi1 Bryan, '3.:. R. 0. T. C., '25, '26
Entered from Reagan, 223. Crack Cumpnny,
'24, 525, ,165 Must Effmcim-nt First Licutcnant, '26,
Captain R. O, T. C., Adjutant Secretary, 4B, 4A
Classes, Oak Staff, '26, '27.
Course not cumph-ted,
IiI,IZ.'XlEE'1'lI LAVERNI-I KILGO
Entrrvd fr-mm XY:v:o. 'll-ms.
Scholarship Club, '24, ,25, '26, ,27.
JOE FRED CASON ALLIE ANGELI.
Trznck, '2q, '26, '27. Czxptniu lixcciitixv Otii- lintvrcd frmn Reagan, '23. Captain School Vol-
Ccr, '26, Camp Dallas, ,2l, yzg, '15, Crack Com- lvy lizull 'I'vmn, '24, Ofliccr in Girl Ri's1:rvus, '24,
pany, '24, '25, 326, Rilli- '11-zum, bg, '26. '1:, '26, Sclwlursliip Cluh, llg, ,243 Editor Acorn,
'26, ,275 llumvrzxry Mujur, '26.
VVILLI.-XM NICCRJXY HALSEY SliT'l'l.E
Enti-red from Suusvt High, 327. Hi-Y, '26, ,275 Entered from llugg, ':2. Si-nior play, Band
Crack Company, '2+. leadvr, Business Mzuiagcr uf Oak, Operctta, Hi-
Ili-Y, '24, '26, ,275 Spanish Club, 'z5.
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SU7lfUl'J icfm www frm HYUIIUXZ fo fmfvfz pifiizrzw' mfzzff
Ifntwul t'x'rnn l'l'!lIl'.ll. Stun- '14 ' 1Y!11l'Q1l'lf',
Q uk L1
k '16-Ut Click K4 '
.. , 5' A: ' rmpzmy. 2.4, 'lgg Spanish Club.
luntvrvd irrvm Ilwgg '24, Girl RL'Sc1'u's, 7 5,
'16, xlfi Sclwlgnxxlxip Klub, N14, '11, '16, "
I':I!fk'1'L,l'I frmn l'n'nt1':nl. 'l:. 'Nlziy l"u'stix,zI, 'I+
!1i, CrwIl1l11c'l'fc fluff, '1'
'1'. XY. L'RYS'l',XI,
CL.-XR.X I'l'l,XRL NHI,I.IiR
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SALLIE FRANCES STEELE: attending Texas.
JOSEPHINE SIVIITH: with Oak Clilf Paint Co.
MAIDA WOODMAN: Pianist at O. C. Christian
FERN SIMPSON: now Mrs. Howard Napier.
MARY ZITA IVICHALEZ attending S. M. U.
VIRGINIA OLIVER: with U. S. Ruhher Co.
CAROLYN HOWELL: attending Sullins College.
JOHN CRIST: attending State University.
HAZEL CUSTIS: with Southern Life Insurance
EVA IVEY: at home.
OTHA DOUGLAS: now Mrs. Alves Cook.
J. B. KEMP: taking Business Course.
EVELYN SHACKLEFORD: attending N. T. A.
BILLY TENNISON: attending S. NI. U.
FRANCES STUCKERT: now Mrs. Roy IVIahry.
MILDRED DOYLEZ attending T. C. U.
FLORENCE EDWARDS: attending Oklahoma U.
JOIINNIE LEE FARRIS: attending S. M. U.
RENALDA BURCESS: teaching music at home.
ROSA MAE DILLIONZ attending S. IVI. U.
JIMMIE QUICK: attending Texas.
CHARLIE RAYE STARLING: with Western
THELMA COATES: with Insurance Co.
BILLY BARTLETT: attending A. and M.
CLARA RUTH: attending State U.
CLEO KATHERYN WILLIAMS: attending Art
School at Arlington.
HALLEY BALLEW: with I. Reinhart and Sons,
ROSE MARY BROVVN: with Sanger Bros.
ROBERT ARMSTRONG: attending Rice.
FRANK BRISTER: with Federal Reserve Bank.
LOYD ANDREWS: working.
WEST BROWN: attending S. M. U.
D. K. FARRIS: working.
EVELYNNE COOK: attending State University.
DOROTHY CHASE: now Mrs. Adolph Burger.
DALLAS CLEMENTS: attending' Oklahoma Uni-
SARAH LEMBURG: attending S. M. U.
GERALDINE GARVIN: in with Trinity Fire ln-
CATHERINE GRIFFITHZ at home.
LOYD NELSON: attending Abilene Christian
ROGER MORRIS: attending A. and M.
VERA MILLARD: at home.
DRAKE MCGEE: attending S. M. U.
EDWARD MACE: with Magnolia Co.
MORELLE MATHEWS: now Mrs. Lewis Moore.
JOE ROACH: attending S. M. U.
KATHLEEN SMITH: with Fidelity Union Bldg.
MARJORIE OSWALD: attending S. M. U.
EMILY CHITWOOD: attending San Marcos.
FRANK CHAPPELL: civil engineering.
ELWOOD JONES: with Trinity Fire Insurance
HARMON WATKINS: working.
REGINALD ROBINSON: with Dallas Insurance
CLEO VVILLIAIVIS: attending N. T. A. C.
HAZEL HORN: attending S. M. U.
ALICE HARGREAVES: attending Southvvestern
HELEN HALL: attending C. I. A.
FRANCES STRICKLAND: attending husiness
WILMA SPRAGUE: attending S. M. U.
DOYLE WILLIS: attending Dallas U.
WILLIE LANCASTER: attending C. I. A.
LOIS GODWIN: attending C. I. A.
MARGARET BARRY: attending Oklahoma U.
DOROTHY GREEN: attending C. I. A.
HUNTER SMITH: attending A. and M.
RUBY LEE WAYLAND: at home.
NIARY LEWIS BAIRD: at home.
MARTHA WILSON: attending Baylor U.
PAYSON MORELAND: with Western Inspec-
CREOLA MAXEY: with Sanger Bros.
MAURIN MARTIN: with Board of Education.
FRED PETERSON: attending State U.
ANNIE LAURA WALKER: attending S. M. U.
MARJORIE SIMPSON: attending Teachers Col-
lege at Denton.
DOROTHY SINZ: attending Oklahoma U.
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lil' us imagine that the gl Class is a fiootliall and the fiaeulty and
upper elassmen are the players. They are, f'Knowledge" and the
"The Time Wvastersn.
The fioohall was sent out from the XVard Sehool lvldlllll-L1Cll1I'll1g Com-
pany in january, IQZ4. 'llhe game was startedg the hall was ltielied oft'
tn "Knowledge", whose captain, VV. ll. ,'Xd.uuson, gained more than forty
yards. By the second down, howexer, the "Time Wvastersm had started
their work. Soon the game was no longer just beginning-- it was Ll real
fjght. During the first quarter fwhieh represents the freshman yearj xery
few gains were made, lweeause of' the stiffness and newness of the hall. It
would bounce and jump all over the field. The whistle hlew for the end
of' the quarter, and the hall took a vacation. The players tried to plan
different ways of getting possession of' the hall and of running for touch-
The whistle hlew for the second quarter. :Ks the hall was aeeustouied
to the tough manner in which the players handled it, it didn't jump and
lwounee around so much. During the entire quarter the lead went first
from "Knowledge" to the Wllime VVasters", hut when the first half' ended,
the "Time W'asters" were slightly in the lead. The players and hall both
took a much needed yaeation.
VVhen at last the whistle hlew for the third quarter to hegin, hoth
teams were out to winfpoor halll 'I'he'ba11 see-sawed hack and forth,
and when the quarter ended the uillilllll VVasters" were still in the lead.
Only time and the last quarter of the game, which is yet to come, will
determine the yietors.
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The 313 Class
ITHOLWI' doubt the juniors have made an impression on the school
this term. They' have been well represented in everj' Yield of
school activityg on the football, baseball, and basket ball teams. A junior
boy won ll place on the debating team and there were juniorhboys and girls
on the Oak and Acorn stalls. ln fact, the whole junior class responded
whole-henrtedly and enthusiastically when the seniors appealed to them
to support the annual and aid them wih the hnnnces.
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The 2A Class
N Septemher, gi hortie ot' 2.-Ys poured through the Gates of Leirning
and sturnhied down the Road of linowletige. They had iiied happily
through their first year and were willing to do nil they could to make the
fish feel :lt "home". Since they have gone through the long evolution of
their Freshman year :ind the first term of their Sophomore year, they are
frilly aieqtlniriteti with their duties 115 true Citizens of Unk Clitf. Not
only hnie they respontied readily to their Work but they have had their
socinls and Class entertztinments. Up to the present their achievements
have heen hrilligmt and Color!-uig the future promises to he likewise.
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The I I B Class
N the yegir 'zo the Sophomores, untlnuntecl by the preceeding yegtr of '
teasing, crime brick to Unk Clifll, bringing others with them. Among
the members one coultl find ll fighting C.es:tr, il fiezlrless Dziyitl, ll poetic
Virgil, at crafty Cleopatra, tt fiery Wvebsterg gi golf'-playing llgtrcling, :1 I
sleepy Yun Wvinlxle, gtntl many LI simple Simon.
With such material, the Sophomores hoped to accomplish wonclerful
things. :Xt the first meeting they tried to decide upon something to do,
but as the Plllllllllll Cttnzll had been dug, the Hull of Fume started, Peztry
lizttl been to the North Pole, tmel the 04114 gone to press, they tlecitletl to
So, Lis the days pzlssetl, the Sophomores were on their "Pls" qtntl "QF",
trying to lceep from getting invitations to the tlztily afternoon "texts" held
in ZOI, or being point to with Il long florefinger and told, "l.ittle buy, l
i you won't do it gtg.1in, vtill you? " As the year passed they "waited" and
"watched" for the time to come when they would be kluniors. .-X11 of the
social ztflittirs given by the Sophomore class were sponsoreel by hlisses Keller
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The IJ Class l
HIC lpX's are as peppj' a group of students as is in Oak Cliff High 1
' School. VVhen the l.-Ks lirst assembled in the auditoriuin of Oak
Clitl' in Seplemlaer they appeared to lae a group of lwalwy Leopards, not yet
admitted to the great Leopard throng. They had all come to enroll in a
Ktfreat training camp ol' the United States armv of lfducation. VVhat a 5
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the days that the freshmen walked down the halls with their knees shak- 2
ing, limit in the long rim they were triumphant. They showed the faculty
and student body that they had the true Oak Cliff spirit in themfj List
They have a good membership on the scholarship club, attend class
meetings well, and take a very great interest in outside activities. Mr.
Clement makes an excellent sponsor and the I.-X class feels indebted to him
for the interest he has taken in their activities. He has faithfullv at- ,
tended class meetings and endeavored to promote the "Oak Cliff spiritu
which the LYS are showing. The IA officers are upholding the standards
of the class and make each meeting more interesting than the preceding r
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Trcsidcnl - - WILLIAM WEBs1'l-gi-L
Vice-Trcsidcnl - LILLIAN SMITH
Secrelafy-Treasurer MARCUS KELLY
The IB Class
HEN the present IBls entered Oak Cliff High School, they were
a slight shade greener and the scent of fresh water "fishes" pre-
It was with a thrill that they entered their first assembly. One mem-
ber was asked to represent the class in a speech, and sixteen members
popped up like verdant iohnnie jump-ups. And so it was, amid the cheers
of the upper classmen that they pledged their fidelity to the Blue and
In the third week of school, the I.-Ys held their First meeting. Spon-
sored by n feeling of rivalry' fresh from grammar school, the classmen
elected their oflicers, They were Bill Webster, Ben Collins, and James
Cole. The same ollicers were kept this year except Alvis Dees filled the
xacancy When Ben Collins left.
The social activities of the class have been few. But one which the
class will long remember is Bill Websterys party. Mrs. Webster fur-
nished her home3 the class furnished the refreshments, and as Freshmen
will do, the amusements.
Far more did the class shine at a ball game. Twenty-eight girls joined
the Pep Squad from the IA Class. The rest of the class turned out to
valiently support the school in victory and defeat.
ln the Scholarship Club twenty-two Freshmen measured up and be-
came Wearers of the class pins. This was, perhaps a small per cent, but
my! what a difference when in Grammar School.
The Class has lived, as a Whole, up to its motto. "We canlt do every-
thing, but what we can, by the Grace of God, we will do." Four years
ahead, the present Freshmen will be leaving, feeling that the school was
better because they had been here. The class aspires to do something to
bless the name of Oak Cliff, knowing that the members are blessed them-
selves in attending such a school with such a Principal and splendid student
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AK CLIFF has been very fortunate in her selection of
coaches. While the other schools of the city, with one
exception, have been changing coaches every year or two,
Oak Cliff has held on to the old ones and profited by do-
Howard Allen, football, basketball, and baseball coach,
is one of the best known high school coaches in the South-
west. He has led the Oak Clit? football men to one state
championship and to two runner up positions. He has led
the Leopard cagers to two state interscholastic champion-
ships and to innumerable state A. A. U. titles. His baseball
teams have also made enviable records.
R. N. Smith, tennis coach, has coached his netters into six
state championships in the last four years. Oak Cliff has
won the boy's title four straight years and the girl's title
during the last two years. The tournaments have not yet
been held this year.
L. E. Campbell, track coach, has led the Oak Cliff "thinly
cladsv through several city championships. Coach Camp-
bell seems to get the utmost out of his track men.
HAROLD B. VVRIGHT.
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Hall can grab passes from any direction L ,',gL X O QL 5 P L
and is n hard tighter. In fact, at thc end
position he is everything we could wish for.
you-can football play ers. He held his
ground and was ll powerful driver. Hard
will it be to hll his position next year.
URedl'1 played a good clean game. He
puts his all into it and tights to the hitter
end. He gained many yards for the Blues
with his Ufast fectf'
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small, but scrappy and quick.
To be a good guard, one must have
strength to hold the line, speed to get the
opposing player, and might to open holes.
Howard possessed all of these qualities,
hence the player he was. He will indeed
be a valuable man for O. C. next year.
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eessful year with the l,eopa1'ds. Ile is the
I last of the famous Higgins boys. '4Pink"
was quick and a good runner. He was a
hard worker and filled his position to per-
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yed his position well-fin fact, so well tackle, one must he quick, heavy, and tough,
t he was chosen on the all-city team. lfvans was all of these and then some. He
Xt year's team will miss him. played a clean, fair, lighting game.
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hut regardless of the fact he filled his posi-
tion. Because of his ability, he was chosen
as captain for 727.
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l I Q him for next yL'Ill'. lxlllfll is expected uf liim. tlie bull his feet started up and on lie nent. llc
5 uns zu good lmrd player.
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, good on defence and played :1 good gmne. His but was a l'l2ll'd worker and played n good gimme
l being in O. C. next year will mezm one more at center. Sud to say this uns Duss, first and last
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"Red" played ll fast game. He could 'SNW'!lWg' Gmini
get by most any guard, :md lind ll vvaj' of "5.1L1s41ge" :md his guzlrdiiig could ail-
etting the lull into Ilie lizxsliet. He was ll Ways lie depended uprm. He could take
lliishy player and always kept his emliusiusm lM1llS fmiii the opprmeiit with e.1Sc. "Suu-
iiring the gimme, sage" nlwiys fouglit lo tlie end for Oak
Clillqs glory. His loss will lie felt keenly
Roy played Ll good, Clean, flashy game.
lie could llirow lwgiskets iiroiu any angle of
Llie Court. His passing always kept his op
pcmenis puzzled. Unk Cliff has sustained
few losses coinpnrnble to our prince of play-
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Rupert was not ll rough player, hut still Herbert was always on the juh. He
he held his own. He will he one more coulrl lurenk up rllOIS,1ll1kl1lC1lTlf'lllVY1lf'Sllllel
spoke in il perfect Wheel for Oak Cliff next his eye on the lull. He was last, and also
W'hen "Monk" got into n game he played
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HE Leopards of Oak Clin' High won
second place in the annual city high
school track meet which was held April 2
at Ownhy oval.
Howard Sprague, Leopard Weight man,
hroke the city record for the shot put with
a 4.1, feet 6551 inches heave. The former
record Was held hy Homer Balcom of Oak
Cliff. Ray Hilliard Won the only other
first place for the Blue in the half-mile
Oak Clit? Won many second, third, and
fourth places to bring her total up to 46M
points. Those Who placed in other events
,lan-lin: Cain, st-cmitl, Sprague, third. 110 Yard Dash: Griffin, third.
Pole Vault: Hardy, st-toml, Harper fourth. Milt' Rim: Nltllride, sutond.
High plump: Casoii, tied for first. Broad jump: VVatt, fourth.
Discus: Sprague, thirds Cain. fourth. 220 Lou Hurdles: Exams and McBride, tied
4,40 Yard Dash: I'ratht-r, second, Ridley,
Shot Put: 5prag'l1t', tlrstq Lam, sm-mini
X80 Yard Rim: Hilliard, tiista Smith
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The Leopards in Track
THE Oak. Clit? Relay Team distinguished itself with several
excellent races during the current year. At the Stock Show
Meet in Fort VVorth, the team composed of Griffin, Smith, Hil-
liard, and Prather won second place in the mile relay. Fay Hil-
liard won the half-mile relay.
ln the Burleson Meet at Greenville, the Blue won a cup for
first place in the medley relay, with Hilliard, Prather, Cayton,
and Grifhn running. A team composed of Hilliard, Prather,
Griflin and Smith also took second place in the mile relay and
44.0 yard relay. Fay Hilliard again won the half mile run.
In the Texas Relays at Austin, the same team won second
place in the medley. At Houston in the Rice Relays, this team
won first place in the medley and third in the 880 yard relay.
The medley record was lowered by four seconds.
The Denton and Austin Meets have not yet been held, but
the Leopard followers are looking forward to some more wins
from these fast fellows.
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THE golf team of Oak Clill High School ended the City series
on March 19th when they defeated Forest with a score of
IO to 8.
The golf team Was handicapped at the beginning of the year
by the lack of experienced players3 but under the leadership of
Nlr. L. C. Leftwich, sponsor, and Author Jordan, captain, they
After the team had lost the' City Championship, they showed
their grit by continuing their playing up to the last play.
Oak Clif won third place in the city contest which was some
improvement over their Work of last year.
The team is Composed of: Nlr. L. C. Leftwich, sponsor3 Au-
thor llordan, captain5 D. Sidman, Sidney Stockton, Nat VVest,
Billy Allen, Chester Fitzgerald, XVilliam Beck, Everett Cook,
Allen Meckleiiburg, and Harold B. VVright.
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not find her entirely bereft of material, Doe Barr, who played doubles last
GH Oak Cliff! two state ehampions lefit last year, this season did
year with klimmie Quick, readily stepped into the position' of Oak Cliff's star
player. His experience and general tennis ability make him a valuable man.
Harvey Chamberlain, doubles player, is a fast steady player whose invincible
spirit will mean much toward tennis laurels.
lflloise Hartman, having had the valuable experience of previous years stands
Out not only as Captain of the girl's team but as one of its best players. Nlar-
gueritte Pierson is an are in serving, with a good firm return. She is indeed a
valuable asset and Oak Cliff need not worry for its victories with this steady
player in view. Rose Nlary Piekney, a former student of Denver Alunior High
School is indeed a pleasant discovery for Oak Cliff. lt is unusual, indeed, for
such a little girl to wield sueh a wicked racket.
Although the tennis season is hardly begun, victory has already perched on
our banners. Oak Cliff girls have defeated Bryanls doubles, while our boys,
doubles team defeated the Forest players. Doc Barr has begun the season by
winning his first mateh against Charles lflwell, the fast Sunset player. VVith
such a beginning Uak Cliff eagerly looks forward to a brilliant season.
Akolw-.Rl'1"1'r: Plilitsox Rosle lxf1ARY PICKS!!-:Y Exams!-L l'lARTAi.-KN
Cheer Lcfzzie rs
AK Cl,lFl" was indeed5 fortunate this year in having a xery' capahle yell
leader, Bud Prather. Throuvhout the Year he gave his hest elliorts for the
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good of the team and tried to develop the hest of sportsmanship in the school.
.Ks a yell leader, a gentleman, and a good fellow, Bud is unsurpassed.
For the lirst time in the history of the Oak Cliff cheering squad a girl was
elected. This was a decided improvement, for lfloise Hartman added much
to the yelling stall. She is splendid in leading yells and seems to fairly radiate
pep. The assistant yell leaders did excellent work and worked in perfect har-
mony with their leaders. George Holden, klames Cole, Cecil Shelton, Alec Ca-
son, and Barney' Parlser all had a part in instilling pep into the student hody.
The "Rabi Rahl Teaml' will rin ' in our ears lon' after our hi 'li school dass
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are passed, and it will luring hack glorious memories of Oak Cliff spirit.
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HEADQUARTERS EGPHH CORPS AREA
My dear Dr. Adamson:-
I desire to express to you, and through
you to Captain Mann, your oommandant, and the members
of the Oak Cliff company participating in the State
Competition for R.O.T.C. units at Dallas on
October 22nd, l926, my sincere congratulations for
winning the competition confined to the Dallas Schools
and for winning the Grand Trophy over all the entrants.
The success of your company in the face of
the strong competition they encountered is an event in
the history of your school to which all concerned can
look back with pride. The outstanding performance of
the company showed that all the members had worked hard
and faithfully to accomplish.the results they
Major General, U. S. Army,
Commanding Eighth Corps Area.
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MeGavic, Cath'rinc t95J
Urr, Emogenc t95J
llatsnn, Anna May 4931
llamiltou, lfdith C951
llelnie. Gertrude t957
lfreasier, Frances C957
Maples, llnmtliy E959
Matthews, Natalie 495i
l'hillip:2. Faustine i953
XYrigrht. Harold 4953
Chiles, Naunearele C953
Lee. Colita t95l
lftheridge, Jane 1955
Gueruer, llillie Q95l
Guthrie. Frances 1957
Reeves. lfmlvery 1951
Slcillern. l'.dna M. 1957
l'restnn, Robert C955
llennett. Malile 1955
Mtmrly, Louise K. Q95
lltmver. Alice 1952
Mann. Edith 1953
Campbell. Billie Fern
Sloan, :lane 1959
Sellers, Dick i955
McClellan, Mary C951
Vvright, Bonnie f95,l
Bailey, Annie Jack
llates. l,tn'i-ne LUSI
Fincher. .Xlx ie
Cueke, lfstelle Leighttni. lhlnia Lee
lfpps. ,luanita Lee. Dnrrwtliy
Erwin. lflizalveth l.indlm-rg. lltnuttliy
Eulmank, lflfvise Mcjdanis. Frances
Masclm, Nnrma 1953
Nelms. Iuhn 1933
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Curtis, Charlie Mae
Howland, Laura ,lane
M nshart. Lenra
Le Vaux, Lois
Linne. Bettie Lou
Graves, NVillic Mae
Preston, Nannic Neal
VValker, Rena Mae
St. Clair, Ctniatance
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The Fir! Reserves
W 0 find and ive the hestn swirituallv, nientallv, and vhvsieallv is the
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true meaning ol the Girl Reserve Cluh, a junior order ol the H.
YV. C. A. livery girl wishes to have friends and hawv' times while in
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high school, and there is no laetter place than in the Oak Clilli G. R. Clulw.
lhe girls are -lllsf huhhling over with lun.
Because of the interest of all the ineinhers the club has had a yerv sue-
eesslul year. ltaeh W ednesday afternoon round a group ol girls in the
auditorium ready for a good meeting. How would you like to have inter-
X iews with famous women, hear from foreign countries, learn how to havt
a good personality, go on hikes and ahove all to he of servieef 'llhese are
a few of the activities which the eluh has sponsored during the year.
Besides the regular meetings there have been two other .ietivities whieh
the Girl Reserves have especially enjoyed-Club suppers and Cfllllp. Cluh
suppers where girls from all the schools assenihle and learn through fel-
lowship with each other the real joy of living. 'llhen camp--there is no
lretter place in the world to have good times than at the Y. VV. Camp at
BLICl'1IllllDlF Dam. Girl Reserves really get something besides common-
place things out there, 'lihat is why they may give something worth while
VVith the help ol' their sponsor, Nliss Roherta King, they have found
a deeper unelerstanding lor their Nlaster, and through the? Coming years
are going to pass on to others the love and friendship which they have
-'riff -f'i1fs- .
Oak Cliff Hi-IP Has SLlCL'6?5SfZ4I Tear
The Oak Cliff Hi-Y Club has had an unusually' successful year. Never
before has such a friendly and co-operative spirit prevailed: in the club.
Although Oak Cliff failed to Win the Hi-Y cup during the first half,
the second half winner has not been announced, and Oak Cliff is "very
much' in the running.
An unusual number of social events have been held including an ice-
sltating party, a theatre party, a hay-ride, a picnic, and several banquets.
The club this year has had as its sponsor Mr. G. G. Cunyus, instructor
in Chemistry in the Oak Cliff High School. Mr. Cunyus has set an
enviable record for future sponsors and his leadership has given him a
place in the hearts of all the Hi-Y boys.
Cecil Shelton held the oliice of President during the first half. Wal-
ton Alexander was vice-president, while Harold B. Wright and Tom
Bonner filled the ofiices of secretary and treasurer respectively.
For the second semester, Fay Hilliard was elected President. jack
Turner became vice-president, while Harold B. Wright and Tom Bonner
ht-ld their ofiices of secretary and treasurer.
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IUNE CLASS PLAY
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Presented May' 15, 1927
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The Jntigue Club
THE idea of anything so rare as an antique is seldom found
outside the walls of the palace or the mansion of those who
have filled their coffers to the brim. 'Twas a novel idea-rather
a test of t'he bravado to rob the palace and' the mansion of that
which "separates the aristocrat from the pleb," as the Second Es-
But Oak C.lilT daringly trod upon the fumish arrogance of
that airy Estate and dragged the coveted talisman to her won lair.
It was not, however, a Napoleonic bed, a Marie Antoinette Mir-
ror, a MayHower chest, or a treasured daguerrotype. No, none
of these heirlooms. just simply hair, unloomed, uncropped, un-
dressed-long flowing hair gently mantling the shoulders of the
demurer maiden, or pinned with invisible hair pins snugging the
Wispy locks into effective coiffures. 'Twas these relics of by-gone
days that served as the inspiration for the novel Antique Club of
Oak Cliff High.
The purpose of the Club is to support every school activity
one hundred per cent, and also to revive, if possible, woman's
crowning glory--her hair. Included in its activities have been
club meetings, parties, and picnics. The club presented Mr.
Adamson with a dinner bell in Antique design. The assemblies
during the year have been made more interesting from time to
time by contributions from the members of the organization.
lVliss Margaret Harris is the faculty sponsor, and George Holden
the boy sponsor.
The officers of the year were:
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FL CLUB DH HSPANOL has been one of the outstanding
J organization of Oak Cliff High this year.
It has been their aim to promote better Spanish as Well as to
introduce social diversity. They have had fiestas, banquets, and
meetings at which those who spoke other than the language of
their neighbors were made to pay a forfeit.
One of the outstanding events Was the poetry contest in which
Flda Voelkel represented our "alma madren. Another was the
all city Spanish banquet.
To Miss Roberta King is due much praise and appreciation
for her eilort and inspiration toward making the club a success.
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'llhc mcmhcrs of the m'cl1cstrz1 are vcry iutcrcstctl in their work,
due tu thc enthusiasm and untiring chcurts of the director.
The orchcstrzl has hccn zxctiw in making vzzriuus schuol :md
lucnl lWI'UgI'21Il1S successful.
Much work has lvccn done with the .Xll-City Orchestra which
is Composed of studcnts from thc diljfcrcut high schools. During
the N. li. A. Week 21 group from this o1'thcstra enjoyed playing
for scvcml hzmquets, lunchcuns, :mtl uthcr cutertzuumcuts.
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HH Physical Training department is one of the largest in
school. Although there are for the most part hrst and second
year girls in the departments a few upper classmen still enjoy the
combined work and play in the gymnasium. Calisthenic exer-
cises, the regular health of the girls taking the courses, While
games, folk dances, and clogging afford diversion. Baseball and
volley hall, two hranches of athletics for girls, are also taught in
the regular class period.
livery year a Spring Festival is given by this department. It
is at this time that Miss Keller, the instructor of Gymnastics,
presents not only special dances and stunts hut exhibitions of their
regular class work.
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Extelle: "When I read about some of
these wonderful inventions in electricity it
makes me think a Iittlef,
Illr. Hamilton: "Yes, isn't it remarkable
what electricity can doin
I was looking
An old trunk
Through my mind
And I was
Of any sweet
Or guilty conscience
For the life of me.
I couldn't remember
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"This letter won't go for two eents,', ex-
plained the postmaster. "It's too heavy.
You'll have to put another stamp on it."
"G'wanl,' grinned Jack. 'cIt's kiddin'
me you are. Another stamp would make it
Come Little Bo Blue come blow Vour sax
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For flappers in Hivvers or Cadillacsg
O' where is the sheik that looks after the
He's "petting" or speeding 'way out in the
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Bud: "Something seems to be wrong
with this engine, it-U
Illariafz: "Don,t talk foolish, wait until
we get OH' this main roadf,
Cwmmer fon Sunday morningj: "Give
me change for a dime, pleasef,
Hezlfey: '5Sure, and I hope you enjoy
A maid entered a suburban bus,
And firmly grasped a strap,
And every time they hit a hole
She sat in a different lap.
The holes grew deeper, the jerking worse
Till at last she gasped with a smile,
HWill someone kindly tell me, please,
How many laps to a milefn
For folk: to lie about Meir frierzflf
Is mzrfy dll!! zuzmulhg
Aillf ye!-if might be len timer 'zvorse
If they thou!! fel! the trufh.
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'KOh, what a cute little dolly! Does
she say llVIammay when you squeeze herfn
"Nawl My dolly's a modern doll. When
you squeeze her, she says, 'Oh, boyl' "
AUM: M: "Where did you learn to be-
come such a good knight, Sir Lancelot?"
Earl' S: 'cAt knight school, of coursef,
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A NOCTURNAL MESSENGER
Lindsay had been listening for half-an-hour to a lecture from his father on
the evils of late nights and late risings in the morning.
c'Youyll never amount to anythingfl said his father, "unless you turn over a
new leaf." Wagging his forelinger, he concluded, "Remember, it's the early
bird that catches the Worm!"
"Yes," agreed Lindsay, "but how about the worm? What did he get for
turning out so early?"
"My son,', replied the father, "that worm hadn't been to bedg he was on
h is way."
Shade of Haectlzorne: "Your old clock on the staizts is rather a back num-
Shade of Longfellow: "So's your old Mansef'
Bill: "I saw a man yesterday that weighed two tonsf'
Roy: "Yer crazyf'
Bill: "No, he was weighing lead pipef'
T0 llllrr Bell: 'tChildren, don't study for this test, its easy."
To Dave B.: "Don't dream so much. You're beginning to look pale."
T0 Gladyf H.: "Don,t play popular music. You know we hate it."
To Efierybofly: "Don't forget to laugh at this. ltls supposed to be funnyf,
Marian D.: "Bud, what's your favorite wild game?"
"Oh, stayf' the young man said, "and rest
Thy lovely head upon this vestll'
"I wonlt replied the maiden proud,
"Your Waterbury ticks too loudf'
Mr. Cunyur: "I am going to speak on liars today. How many of you have
read the twenty-fifth chapter of the textfw
Nearly every student raised his hand.
Mr. Czmyun uGoodl You are the very group to whom l Wish to speak.
There is no twenty-fifth Chapterln
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iron bars a jailf' but, Oh, my gosh, how
they can help!"
Aleene: "Did you Hunk Chemistry?"
Frank K.: "I'll say I did. I got zero
on the hnalf,
Alcene: "I see you're one of those fel-
lows who stops at nothing."
Teaflzer: "John, what are the Army and
John Hall: "For? Oh, the Army and
WE HAVE YET TO DISCOVER i
A pump for the well of Knowledge,
A blanket for the cradle of the deep, 5 l
Food for Meditation, i i 1
New gloves for the hand of time, Q
A razor to shave the face of the earth, V
A shoe for the foot of a mountain, 5
A link for the chain of evidence, ,
Fillings for the teeth of the Wind, 5 I
A key to unlock the door of success, l
A rung for the ladder of ambition, E
Glasses for the eyes of the law, l
A new lining in the coat of paint.
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THE AWFUL FACULTY Q
Some are awful fat, 1 i
Some are awful lean, I
Some are awful. sweet,
Some are awful mean. fi I
Some are awful cross, V
Some are awful kind,
Some are awful shrewd, ,
Some are awful blind. 3 Q
Some are awful jolly,
Some are awful sticks,
Some are awful patient, ,
Some make awful kicks.
Some are awful stately, A
Some make awful clatter, f
All are awful good to us, 4
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I felt her breath upon my cheek, I I '
fHer lips were ruby redj. 3 i
I felt her breath upon my cheek,
Olercome with bliss I couldn't speak, l r
I hoped that it would last a week. 1 i yu
And then she spoke. "You great big geek, '
Get off my foot,' she said. Q E
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The Blind Toefs Rhapsody
The 4A class on a summerls day,
t From Oak Cliff High will go awayg
5 Now let us pause, ere they leave
And see that they due praise receive.
W, Now therels the president of this good bunch,
l He certainly does have plenty of punch,
i His name is Prather and they call him Bud,
And l've heard tell that he lives by the rood.
Forsooth, there's one who is always right,
Because you see 'tis Harold Wright.
Then there's the Kidd whose first name's Frank,
Ah! hels an oflicer of very high rank.
Oftentimes his voice does swell,
But letls leave him for David Bell,
Who really does deserve a yell.
Charlie Strauss' is we know a very nice boy,
So petite, fetching, and coy.
Elliott Jackson is quite the stuff,
, Verily, that is quite enough.
Jackie Turner is quite a treat
, And' as an artist he can't be beat.
3 Harvey Chamberlain wields the racket
I As for the ball, he certainlv whacks it.
i Of Bill Jackson and of Fred Baker
I i One should say that they are Quakers,
y Because they really know their oats.
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And then there's Hilliard who can have our votes.
. , Bernell Brown's of world renown,
1 And VValton Gallagher's the man about town.
5 Halsey Settle toots his own horn,
1 5 And we believe he knows his corn.
, I Horace Benson's such a major
5 The best in town-that's what we'll wager.
i l Arthur Jordan's a Monkey you know,
i 6 And lkey McDaniel sure holds to his dough.
2 i Tiny Tim Kirby is a very smart lad,
i , And so is his classmate Tom Bonner, by Gad!
Jimmie Wilkinson's a ladies man,
l Drew Dorsey's the one who rides in the can.
l Frederick Cason's our second Poe,
5 And Wayne McClusky makes the pigskin go.
Fred Harris is forever a hero-
5 gg Why, he's so sweet he must eat karo.
5 lfarl Sealey has such winning ways,
A Q George Leyhe says, "'Tis the man who paysf'
Q i Merce Lackland is so ultra modern,
qi, Claude Williamson says his hopes are totterin'.
i Kid Mathews is heap big fierce debater,
31 And Austin Griflith's quite a rater.
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Now there are some who have the gout,
And then there are others who never pout,
But this poor poet's all tuckered out.
Let the waning sex be what they may,
For now the superior must have her day.
And now when I think of the pretty girls,
It makes my head go in dizzy whirls.
There are so many and they are all so sweet,
Let us say here, they canyt be beat.
Some are smart and some are pretty,
Others are cute and others are witty.
lfach and all have their feature redeeming,
When in a bunch they with pep are teeming.
Well, we will stop here and bid you adieu,
When you read this please dorft say aphewu.
Wanzed.' An automatic theme writer of unlimited capacity. Apply to
Lost: My Latin book. Finder please keep same, as I don't need it. Re-
ward. Aleene Robertson.
Wan!ed.- By desirable parties someone to furnish pins. Apply Labi ref-
erences required. Chemistry Students.
Lost, Strayed or Stolen: "Say, Mr. Cunyus, what is proteins?"
Wanze1l.- Jokes. No invitations-Oak Stall.
Found: Two cuff buttons. Not mates. F. K.
VVamled: Someone to keep count of the girls Earl S. has "crushes" on.
Lost: My dog, a full blooded cur, one eye gone, left ear half chewed oil,
limps slightly. On his neck is a handsome card engraved with his
name, "Seldom Fedn.
Reward offered for his return. Natalie Matthews.
Wlzat'5 In cz Name?
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Freeze, the ice man.
Dyatt, the restaurant man.
Spoiks the lireman.
Steel, the policeman.
Walker, the mail man.
Leeks, the plumber.
Tou, the cab driver.
There have been several instances of
policemen's names beginning with other
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F amom Sayings
There's a fool born every minute .Barnum
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l'm sorry I have no more lives to give for
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A h I canit do any Writing if I'm art editor. Jack
K ey Where is it? Mrs. Taylor
S end that material to the engraver. Eloise E.
T he typing is finished. hlarguerite
A m I supposed to Write up track, too? Eloise H.
If illers is Where I shine. Evelyn A.
F ixing up athletic notes is no easy job. Estelle
Senior: "Have you ordered your invitations yet?"
Aflom.voii: "Are you on the scholarship club this month?"
Eloise UI have to go to the printer's this afternoon."
A llie A.: "All Acorn material must be in by .... "
Aleeiie R.: "Mr, Cunyus, what's that purple stuff in that jarfn
Bill .MeC: f'Es im are . . .
,Mia Ciiiiyus: "Forever and anon."
Snookie: "I can't live."
Eloise "I must get a tennis game?
Morg'uei'ile.' "Give me that Oak material to type."
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LIFE'S LITTLE JOKE
X I saw
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to my smile.
If she too
l've quit the hold up gang,
Illl hang around the joint no more.
With a little sigh and a little cry
The garter stretched out upon the floor.
A maiden passed with silken hose,
Well suited for display,
A spinster puckerecl up her nose,
And turned her head away.
The maiden went her way content,
I The men all stopped to stare,
And then the spinster up and went
"Life is just one damp thing after an
other," said the Clothcsline to the Under
S1mol'ie: "Oh, llm losing my equili
Jack: "I'll turn my headf'
The fireman's song, "Roll up your hose.'
If all chauffeurs who snooze and sit
Would use their time and sew or knit,
They could supply all refugees
With sweaters, sock and . . . Pear's Soap
Janet: "How was your new slip-on? U
Janine: "It went over bigf,
You may not lllllzjdllffdllrf our joker,
They miglzf mem old ami dead,
But ilzey do, if: juxt Lemuxe
And bought herself a pair. T fwy'f'e 'fray above your head.
1 Cop: "What's the matter with youl Why don't you blow your horn at
l crossings? "
,i Fay: "Sorry sir, but every time I do, all the girls step out to the curbfl
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, Dreamy music,
Q Balmy air,
, Teasing eyes,
t Wavy hair,
A seat on the porch
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, Cherry lips,
X What else could I do?
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Mr. Cunyus: "There is a man in town who has such a wonderful power of
concentration that you can see the blood rush to his head. Most of you Juniors'
blood is in your feet."
A PUNCTUATED PUN
Music comma voluptuous music comma was wafted leisurely through the am-
bient aii' period The melancholy sweetness of the soporific night comma the
alluring aroma of a Turkish cigarette comma the mellow radiance of the celestial
orb comma begat a sensuality unparalleled in the annals of annuals period A de-
gage assemblage of June iilles were yielding to their own artistic desires period
Here and there across the dreamy moonlit pathway comma in and out among the
milky moon Vines comma amid theiscarlet poppies comma and the lotus comma
the sylphlike Terpisichoreans glide period In brighter corners of the garden
comma billet doux with signs were written period Among the flowers there was
one whose mien bespoke the thinking mind period Often times she tore her hair
and in a frenzy relapsed period Her sister nymphs had left her quite alone ex-
cept when mischief claimed them for her own comma for she was busy and her
mind severe period Long did she labor with musty volumes pressed conjunction
glancing about at her lithesome sorores triumphantly she cries comma and quota-
tion marks Here comma is just one more crazy story for the annual period and
quotation marks upside down.
FIRE DRILL RULFS FOR OAK CLIFF HIGH SCHOOL
I. When fire alarms are given, students should depart on a dog trot, leaving
teachers to their fate.
2. Students are requested not to stop to get their books, as they are not worth
3. Donlt allow other people to step on you-unless they are bigger than you.
4. If the stairway assigned to your section of the building happens to be in
flames, do not s oil the system of rocedure bv usin anotherg 'um from
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the window or stay inside the building. They may put it out, anyway.
5. Anyone smelling smoke is requested to report same to principal's ol'I'ice.
Failing to lind him in ollice, it is necessary for one to sit down and wait
until he comes. Upon returning to recitation room he must present a tardy
card duly signed.
6. Any person catching tire will be immediately put out.
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I f PAGING MR. WEBSTER
To Elia, VVlzo Bemmex lmupportable
That you are hypcrthermicd' is excusable.
1 I even might forgive your hyperphasiafl'
l Some traits of yours are very nicely usable,
Q i Yet you are growing crazier and crazier.
2 Produits de Coty, Tussy, Houbigant,
I , 3 In moderation are most laudable.
I f But now I cease to be the confidantg
My protest shall be open, audible,
I, since the days of early infancy,
I Have never overlooked hypertely.Q
I I Wanton, avauntl Your lures are not for me.
"Having an excess of heat.
QAn extreme degree of initiative coloration or ornamentation, not
explainable upon the grounds of utility.
I know the reason the lion rages:
He thinks the zoo's outside the cages.
l Who, these days, is happier than
The chronic, malignant baseball fan?
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if Speakzng of Teachers Poe Had. .
I Miss SMITH
7 was the one I had four years. Very precise and exacting. You wouldnlt think
5 3: of not getting your lesson. Rather tall and stately. Also kind and patient.
5 Very young, ultra modern. Type you would call by first name. Had fa-
? vorite football boys. However, very good teacher and quite broad-minded.
Q 5 MR. COX
' E Original wise-cracker. Amusing and droll. Very, yes very lenient. What
. 5 you learn under him you learn from the sweat of your own brow.
1 Type who never assigned lesson until bell rang and was constantly saying,
X "Let me have your attention pleasel' or "Class you seem unusually noisy today."
g if Asked few questions and occasionally popped a test when it was least expected.
r i MISS YOUNG
l was the one who handed out detention cards indiscriminately but the joke was
that she knew not to whom she had given them. r
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5 i I MISS MILLER
was the one with the uncontrollable tem er, who u braided a u il before his
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3 classmates and sent him to the oflice to waste a period.
f MRS. TAYLOR
5 i was my favorite. She had pep and understood the younger generation. She
I 5 knew what it was all about.
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"Oh, Rose, your husband tried to stab himself, but praise be to God, he's
' "Poor John! He must have used the wrong knife againf'
Mir.r Beff: "How do you know Evangeline was the first wicked poem in
Vivien C.: "Why, doesn't Longfellow say, 'This is the forest prime evil?, "
Bill: "The next time you bid no trump, Ilm going to take you outf'
Alvif fwith a titterj: "Oh, Bill, and therels such a heavenly moon, too.',
"Gosh, I,d hate to be a tishll'
"Why, then Ild have to live in schools all my lifef,
She: "How long can a man live on his nerve?"
He: "How old is your father?"
Teaclzer: "Where is Berlin?"
Little Junkie: "In New York, writing a new song hitf'
"Hear about the Scotchman who just went insane?,'
"No, what was the matter?
"He bought a score card at the game and neither team scoredf'
Uly.frc:: 'Q-Xvast there, matel What art thou chuckling at?,'
Seffyfzz: I'Oh, I just feel Scyllaln
Hattie: "Alice sold her love."
Cafty: "How terriblel"
Harrie: "You don't understand, the dog got the mangef'
YIC DAILY HUNT
"Did you do as we planned? U spoke an imperial voice from the musty gloom
of the dark little room. The girl to whom the words were addressed rose
wearily placing some heavy dark objects under her arm. She slowly walks to-
ward the door with downcast eyes and with the pensive air of one who is trying
to remember something. Suddenly she turned and through the shadows the
imperial person sees her face turn pale. Her eyes grow wide, she pauses, asks a
question in a tense voice. The person jumps from her chair, fear and frenzy
hasten her flight. She rushes about turning over musty volumes and mumuring,
"Lost again, every day it happens, this is killing me." The girl drops her pack-
ages and feverishly joins in the search. All is a scene of confusion while the
girl and the little person rumage and upturn, both of them moaning at inter-
vals, "What ever will we do, lost again, it is the bane of our existence."
"I can't live a minute,'l sighs the girl and drops into a chair worn and
fatigued, while the small peqson twists a tiny lock of hair and seems on the
verge of a fit of frenzy. She pauses, thinks, walks to her purse with a dqter-
mined air. Triumphantly she screams, with joy beaming from her countenance:
'Tfloisel Here's the key.',
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WITHIN THE OAK ROOM
Jack take a pencil and paper and take these down. They've got to be in
Snookie, I'm going to throw you in the waste basket if you donlt shut up.
Oh, I know, for the Hi-Y picture draw a Y high.
I love Jack's soxs.
These are tricky soxs. Wear like this and they are plaid, turn the top down
and they are blue.
We've got to have something.
We're going to have a little Doo Dad section.
Come on don't be negligent.
We'll have a negligee section!
That's spontaneous combustion!
You got that right now.
She's going to be a mad Spanish girl.
Got after a little Spanish boy, etc.
Oh, we got to have an Art Club section.
For the French dooey have a French girl carrying a dog under her arms.
Aw! they don't have dogs.
Why they do I guess I carried dogs like that when I was in France.
Listen you work on the Doo Dad section tonight.
Oh! it'll be censored. I'll be a doo dad tonight.
The Firemen's song, "Roll Up Your Hose."
How was the hunting? fReads from other annual.,
Everytime I aimed at one duck another swam in front of it.
That's too good.
What is that, Jack?
Let,s tell 'em some of those jokes we heard at the Melba.
One time there wuz a traveling salesman stopped at a farmcr's house-
Listen kids, I gotta go. I've gotta go to the engravers, then to the photo-
graphers, to the kodakist.
All depart and silence reigns supreme.
"Dearest, I always think of you-alwaysf'
"You do think of the most wonderful things."
TO MR. CUNYUS
We, the undersigned, petition the Chemistry Department to keep the doors
and transoms closed while the young experimenters are compounding hydrogen-
sulphide, aloes and rue! Hemlock and Hades! Snakes and nightshades, Satan
and Sauerkraut. In the name of all, close the doors, stop the scent.
JACK PROCTOR, Pfuafiflezzt of Affanlif Oman.
ERNEST MATTHEWS, Ojjicial Kicker.
ROBERT PIPES, Chief AnJZ'i.YUf of Hiriory Club.
JACK PROCTOR, Librarian Chief.
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Miss RUHHH .....,,..,,,,,,,,,.. . .r.,,, and .r,, . ,.,, ,, ,...,.... her sauciness
Maggie LCC MCCQIHIS , ,..,,,. .,.,, , ,and ..,. . ...., .,..... . h er demureness
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Drew Dorsey ss..,, ,,,... , ami s,., 4 ss,., .ssss.sssss,ssssss h is spurs
Virgil Pope ......,,, ...,., a nd .... . ...., ,,.,,,, h i s conscience
lone Cooper-. ..,,..,.,... ...and .... . ...,, ,.,,.......,...,, h e r shyness
Edith Hamilton ,,,,,, . ...., ,ami .... .,., ,,.-,..,her love of work
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Sunday School superintendent ..,.
An angel with gilded wings ,,,..,
Member of Congress ,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.
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A wandering Willie ,,,.
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Marathon winner, ,,,,,..,,,,
A board of education .,,r..,,,
VVee Willie Wvinkie ,...,,,,
Father of my country
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The speed limit chauffeur..
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4 X Should try to learn to "loop the loopl'
E As has been done by many a dupe,
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i X If Mr. Leftwich, grave and stern,
I Should take this plan, his wage to earn,
And try to do a trapeze turn,
If Mr. Gillespie should try to be
As silly as some girls you see,
And quote the slang "you can search me,'
lf Miss Eisenloher should weep and wail
At all the essays old and stale,
And then forget her class to fail,
If Mr. Hamilton, on some date,
Should happen in a little late,
But mark himself ten after eight,
If Mr. Smith should try to do
The problems hels sent classes thru,
And find he had no likely clue,
If Miss Falls tried to cook
i As she has read it from a book,
1 And never at the oven look,
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"Please, now, honey, just one more."
"Why not? Don't hold off just to be
"It means so much to me, dearest. Please
now, just one more and then I'll prom-
"Most girls would be flattered to death
to have me urging them like this-know
Still she shakes her head.
"Don't you want me to even like you
'fWell, then, you might be a little more
agreeable about such a small matter, dear."
"Come on now be a ood s ort dear.
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just shut your eyes and-U
"Open those red lips, just a tiny bit-
Silly, isn't itf But just how do you get
that last spoonful of cereal inside your own
Once upon a time there was a king who
had twelve snappy-looking daughters. They
slept in twelve beds all in one room, and
when they went to bed their door was
locked, but every morning their shoes were
worn through, as though they had been
dancing all night, their pocket flasks and
cigarette cases were empty. Nobody could
find out how it all happened.
The king got disgusted trying to solve
this mystery, it took away too much time
from his golf and crap-shooting, so he
broadcasted our B-L-A-W that whoever got
to the bottom of the affair could have his
cellar and the crown when he died. Who-
ever failed, after three trials would be
forced to crank the king,s Hivver the ICSI
of his life.
After about six princes threw away their
lives in the reckless manner an old pugilist
came to court. He had been told by an
old Gypsy fortune teller that if he'd wear
a derby she gave him he'd be invisible, and
if he wouldn't drink the king's home brew
the Happers offered him heid be O. K.
Well, he followed the instructions and
as soon as he started snoring the Happers
hopped out of bed and into their glad rags.
And then the worthy pugilist learned one
of the eight great truthsqit isnit the dress-
ing that takes the time, it's the application
of war paint. The war paint applied, the
fiapper with the shortest skirt and longest
ear rings blew six smoke rings under the
bed and knocked three times on her Hask
and a trap door opened in a wardrobe
trunk. They all descended, the ex-pugilist
acquired his derby and followed. At the
bottom they found twelve princes, twelve
canoes, and twelve ukeleles. After a sere-
nade of '4Bye Bye Blackbird" they proceed-
ed across a lake and Charlestoned and drank
and smoked till the orchestra wore out and
they ran out of booze and weeds. Where-
upon they returned home.
The pugilist had a red hot time, so he
decided to hold out on the king and go
again. Everything went off fine until,
when stooped over to pick up some dice the
Happer with the shortest skirt had dropped
his derby fell off. The twelve sheiks
mobbed him, bound him with ukelele
strings and gagged him with their neckties
and tossed him in the lake.
After that the flappers got conscientious
and told their ole' man all about it. Where-
upon he sighed, gave them all a new Pack-
ard roadster and the Princes all a wife,
and went down to see about his latest batch
Moral: Derbies should be treated with
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A month of red hot weatherg thermometer riding the moon. All present at
roll call Sept. 20. L-O-C-K-lf-R-Sl Oh such fung 'l'IiACHIiRS! which
shall it be? Be just as we vvish. All ready for work. S-li-N-l-O-R-S Oh!
Polls opened and closed. livery class pleased with its oflicers, sponsors, teach-
ers+l mean maybe. Assemblies galore-Crack Company VVinner, .-Xeorn
and Ualq sltrimmishing' for subscriptions'-Still hot. Antique elulw springN
Football in the airl Turkey on the tahle-Leopards panting to go to top.
Acorn outl .-Xllie happy. Report Cards in for another six weelqsl l'lverj'hodj'
Oak Cliff spirit red as a cranherryl Holidays npproachingl .-Xsseinlwlv?
Scholarship Club presiding. Parties to celebrate the Christmas spirit-
Snoxv our guest, Santa Clause comes and goes-lflda watching for Santie.
New Year dawnsfgood resolutions, class spirit high. lVIr. Adamson happy.
Basket hall above the horizonflfxaminations at hand-Crain! Craml
Craml Bill and Sztphioma and all their kind in tears for their failures,
4B's meeting still.
4.-Vs quit meetingfgo out.
One-Act Play contest.
Girl Reserves and Hi-Y still meeting.
Faculty stunt the inonth's surprise.
Girl Reserve stunt-a success.
That Never-lfnding .-Xtlair the lf. A. with us.
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Lou Forbes and her new idea orchestra.
Operetta try out.
Senior play try out.
Scholarship Assembly-Oak Cliff Broadcasting.
Dallas Power 8: Light sparking.
4A meeting-"Pastels or White?"
A pri! .-
Spring Acorn out.
Seniors waxing sentimental.
Senior play practice.
Mr. Stoekard visits lfnglish Teachers.
Oak gone to press-sponsor a rag and a bone and hank of hair.
Editor a wreck.
Business manager flying light in finances.
Final Fxams at hand.
"Snookiel' 22:23 down der. at Hutchins.
The last Acorn falls from the years tree.
The Oak-a buster.
Hooray! Freedom and recreation forever!
Adieu Adieu Adieu.
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All these dull pages are just about ended,
All our reniarhs have been eoniprehended,
Modesty forbids us to call thena bright,
But if you don't think so, you're dense as night.
VV e trust we have walked on no tender toes,
But some people are sensitive, goodness hnoftosl
For wounded feelings, we suffer reinorse
Please don't feel hurt, but consider the source
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Phone 9-87 I I
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Beckley and Jefferson
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Phone 6-23923 6-8931 602 IC. Jefferson
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at of real low price
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and Wants the newest and best
Upstair at 1613 Main St.
KIAS. K. WII.SON, Trefiflefzt.
Sidney A. Matthews
Insmfomue of OU! Kimlx
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1215 GLM S11 Q DALLAS. TSX1
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Webb Candy Co.
Candy ffm! SfzZi.fj54'.r
606 1Oth Street
OAK CLIFF RENTAL LIBRARY
COMPANY and BOOKSHOP
9:1 VV. Jefferson
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Geo. VV. Owens Lumber Eg? Loan Co.
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what was the matter."
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TODAY 1 1 castles are rather passe, and kings
are in the discard, but even in their heyday they
could boast of no such things as you take for
No king could command the services which are
at your beck and call. No castle contained the
comfort and conveniences which are intrinsic
features of even the smallest apartment or the
modest bungalow. Few even had a clock.
Yet some people today dwell in medieval incon-
venience. There are hundreds of homes without
Is your "castle" upftofdate, or do you have to
run over to your neighbor's to telephone?
You will find that the cost of telephone servion
is much less than it is worth, so valuable that
you'll Wonder hovv you ever got along without 'ii
Better apply for a telephone today.
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RETAIL DEPARTMENT STORE
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MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND STATIONERS
O jficial Jewelers
The Senior Class of Oak Cliff High School
Iool Athletic Bldg.
J. R. JONES
More Students eat
A GOOD DEFINITION
A sport is any kind of work you retene
no pay for.
Q .Q .
ee ood Hum0y,, WILLING TO HICLP
than any other
An old lady saw some boys bathing in
the water reservoir.
The Off! Lady: "lsn't it against the law
to swim in here naked?"
Joe Turley: "Yes, hut my father is the
Police Commissioner, if you want to come
in l'll get you out of it."
Fmflix "VVhat did Nlarion say when
you turned oil' the light and kissed her?"
Buff: 'lShe said she never wanted to see
my face again."
The Dofforf "I will examine you for
Than Buy and Buy-
.-Mia Smzzm: "'I'hat's line, if you iind it
l'll split it with vou.'l N
' Lommerce at Preston Phone 7-5050
FPZCUW Ff'flf'1ff2.2 Groves-Barnes
VVe Install Auto-Glass
,ATLAS ART GLASS tx MIRROR
6-6840 1424 N. Zangs
Lumber, Hardware, Paints,
Your B7li!1Zi77kQ' Slow
6-2 I 7 I
POLAR ICE DELIVERY COMPANY
1433 N. Zangs Blvd. Phone 6-9336
More Than a Store
I ...cz Texas
DALLAS WACO FORT WORTH
Forfnzrfl with Taxa: Sizzfe 1.958
H ILLP OT
Bicyclex and Sporlivzg Qoodx
KEY FITTING AND REPAIRINC
708-IO It. Jefferson Ave.
'l1T,HE'GOET'f c GERCO
Q53 'Ulu Shopping Center jifDaflaxZ
Sincere Effort and
Cheerful Service . . .
LIFE demands the two together .... un-
ceasing, tireless .... in payment for
the things that mean to us 'fSuccess".
Life demands so much from the student,
just turning from school to the broad high-
way of our Everyday VVorld .... how much
more it requires of an Institution with the
responsibility of service that is vested in our
Our Customers are persons whose ability
to spend varies greatly.
lVlany shop on limited incomes .... neces-
sity counsels the greatest prudence. Others
spend lavishly .... only their tastes and pref-
erences to consider.
Both classes shop here with equal satisfac-
Titche-Goettinger hopes to serve you as
carefully, cheerfully and satisfactorily in the
future as she has done in the past.
JWandel5tam'5 EDI ENQQIB jj
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Ready I0 .ear fWIilIine1'y
HOW Lmgm SELLERS RADIO sHoP
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W ff 9-3511 9-9618 Phones 9 3303
DALLAS RAILWAY AND
J. D. Van Winkle Co.
The SOZlZfIf,.S' Best
1609-161 I Elm Street
D A L L A S
HE Tenth Street Chevrolet
Co. will take the same interest
in your automobile that the teacher
takes in your boy or girl.
Come to fee ur
607-9 E. ioth St.
SHINE BATH GEORGES TAILOR SHOP
"Let George D0 It"
"Still the Sami' for it fx Still Ihr Tiff!"
TENTH STREET BARBER SHOP
Six good harbors that have plenty of time
to give the whole family the
very best service
622 lf. Tenth St., nt Lancaster St.
633 E. jcHvrson DALLAS
THAT GOES FOR ALL OF THICM
IV111. L.: 'lWhere do all the old auto-
littgefte: mllhcy tlon't gof'
We are glad for you to make our store your head-
The only Complete Stock of JVlifitary 8Yllif77lEllf in Datfas wif! be found af
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LAKESIDE LAUNDRY 853 CLEANING
Zangs and Nlarsalis Phone 6-5161
MCDANIEL DRUG CO.
:J plum' 'Zi'!1l'l'U rm! xw"uic'f f ' 1171 rzflzml fact.
Give us a chance to please you
FREE NIOTORCYCLE DELIVERY
Call 6-5141 Davis and Edgeficld
l - - W N, E l
Jllzllmers Supply Co. DODGE BROTHERS i
MfXR'I'IX VVIQISS, Tzurfffellf
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'XVHOLIRSALH 411111 RETAIL
Vl lzy 'Pay Jllore. fDEPENDABILITY
LOST FOR FAIR
"What are you crying about, little boy? "
"l'm lostf' X
"VVhere do you live?"
"I don't know we moved this morning."
"W'hat's your nnne'
UI don't know in imma got married ngzlin M R C O'
l yesterday. 2 I QI Padgc
CHEMICAL ELEMENT 61 l
Pzrst to be born i
on 114 merzcan 5011
UT of 400 pounds of gas light mantle material donated by
a gas light inanufacturer, the University of Illinois chemists
found that rare earth element Number 61, named lllinium.
The gas industry has been co-operating in the worldls scientific
research since 1808, when William Nlurdoch first piped his gas
into the Soho engine works. It was the sticky mess left over in
condensers at I1 coal-gas manufacturing plant that developed coul-
I he Dallas Gas Company p
fDi:pemer.r of .Natural Ga: to more 1111111 i
65,000 ffl tower: in Dallaf ami fix suburbr
Joe F.: "See here, I never parade n1y
Vieiiw C.'hz1'h.' ul guess not-you have-
n't enough to make a paradef'
Teafher: "What do you know about
Caesar and Ponipeyfv
Lzzmphizz: "They both looked very much
alike, especially Poinpeyfl
Red Cross Pharmacy
"We Know flow"
Beckley om! Jefferson Ave.
Baker Flower o.
"'lJt1fft1.f' Szzzisrtefr Flora! fllarfl'
-IOHN M.-XRLOWWQ, -fllgr.
Nationally kiioun for Artistic Floral and
w, H. FRY co.
7J8!i'L'8l'5 Ihe Qooris
FL'RNlTL'Rl'i and H.-XRDVVARF
"The School U'ifh 11 Rtpllfzlfiblln
The Metropolitan has made good for 40 years.
Its cominodious buildings and excellent equipment,
its able faculty, its standard courses of study, its
strong Financial backing, its long career of useful
service, its high standing in business circles, its
wide reputation and influence, its busness-like man-
agement, and its location in Dallas, the great coin.
mercial center of the Southwest, all combine to
give the fullest assurance of satisfaction and suc-
cess. VVe teaclt Gregg Shorthand and 20th Cen-
tury Bookkeeping, the systems that business men
recognize and appreciate. Come to see us or phone
2-4509 for catalogue.
M1'. llzzher: "VVhat are you doing there,
young man, I forbid you to hold hands
with 1ny daughter."
Dwarf B.: "Yes, sir, l ani holding her
hands so she wonlt play the piano and an-
noy the canariesf'
VVS know a pleased c11sto111e1' is our
hcst llLlY?l'llSC'Il1L'Hl so our fIl'l'11It'SI dr-
sire is to please you i11 ex'e1'y respect.
"School Supplies If Uihero
U17 e Shine"
Beckley Variety Store
207 S. Beckley Ave. F. Doyle, Prop.
Mz'r. I!Vifkl'lI50lL fupon entrance of son at
2 a. 1n.j: "Late again as usual."
Jimzzlie: "No Illllllllllil a little later
HE NEWS is Dallas' oldest, largest and most influen-
tial newspaper. It is read in practically all of the sub-
stantial, progressive homes of Dallas and the territory that
is tributary to the city. No other paper approaches it in
Coverage of the homes of its field.
Ellie Ballers warning Numa
AMPLE CAUSE F. Zimmerman 8C Son's
Ernerl: K'Mnke our ence bozo 1,111
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out to shoot youf,
Tim: HHOW come? U
'llyve always said l'd shoot anyone that
oked like me.' , , ,
"Tell the ll orlfl :wth Szgzzf'
"Do l look like voufn
, 2126 Young Street --5479
'kfhen go ahead and shoot!" I
OUR SPORT DEPARTMENT
Here, one will find a Complete line of sporting
goods-items that will meet every need.
Highest Quality Merchandise
PRICES IN KEEPING
HUEY 81 PHILP HDWE. CO.
NOW' YOU TELL UNF
A mule and a Ford are said to have met
on the liighwajx
'H-Xnd what might you he?" asked the
"An automobile," answered the Ford,
"lan a horse," replied the mule.
.-Xnd they holh laughed.
Cuff. McilIll.' 'lllid you receive my tele-
gram telling you that I missed the six thirty
train and had to spend the night in the
- ' as
ZVIH. Ma1111.' HYes, hut I ani wondering
why you wired me at three ten that you
missed the six thirty train."
Yjrizzfem am! 73ubli5lze1'5
D. E. BOWERS
'Press Uiork for Nye Truffle
ISOIJ Main Dallas, Texas
Fred A. Kelly Furniture Co.
"Thru 'Prrffy I,ir1I.- Nfyfw'
300 NV. Davis Sr. at Madison
On Fort VVorth Pike
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OAK CLIFF PHARMACY CO.
L. O. DoNA1.1J, Ph. G., Prof.
Four Ram!! Store.: in Oak CZ!-if
No. I. IOth and Lancaster
No. 2. Tyler and kletlerson
No. 3. Bishop and Seventh
No. 4. Beckley and jefferson
Phones 6-5121 6-5122 6-3700
Phones 6-2116 6-2117 6-0007
Phones 6-5126 6-5127 6-3074
Phones 6-8171 6-S172
"I want to he proerastinated at the nex'
eorner," said the colored passenger.
"You want to he what?" demanded the
"Donlt lose your temper, sah. l had to
look in the dictionery myself' hefo' I found
out that proerastinate means 'put ofllfl
CDu CPont CDuc0
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JONES A U'1'o PA1N'r as TRIM Co.
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M' :rllEl'bd!lil'J' who Kunst' Host-
Phcne 7-5893 2642-21.4 Blain Street
Behind the Button ou 'Prem
ffigfzl ant! day men are on July fo p1'oi'i1ff'
and ,maintain service to give you every electri-
ral romfort through Mal fmflon on your fcaff.
-is a vast store of energy ready to spring
to your service, when you casually flip the
Far away from you is the source of this
mighty energy you tapg far away, in a
large power plant, where tl1e steady hum
of generators and other marvelous equip-
ment marlis tl1e making of your eleetrieity.
.X great distributing system hrings it up to
that hutton on your wall, there to he al-
ways ready to turn to light, heat or power,
for the home, hufness, in edueation, ree-
reation, :tt the mere toueh of your linger.
Fleetrieity, the iniraele-Worker of our
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DALLAS POVVER St LIGHT
Ii LICCT RIC SISRVICF
Leaders In Thotography
Over ez Quarter
AMERICA'S FINEST STUDIO
I 3 I 2 Elm St.-Dallas
629 Broadway-New York
Nthe embodiment of skill and handiwork,
demands a care, a faith and a hope that
can only be acquired through inherent
ability, a desire-to-do and a time-proven
experience. All of these requirements of
craftsmanship give vivid proof of their
existence in the craftsmen of the Ufouse
of Zeese by the superiority and individu-
ality of the finished product. fx fx fx fx
A.ZEESE lENGRAVING K6
Dallas , Texas .
Old gang O, Mine
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