Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1927

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M is i - 4 sz at 5-R p ' LM-W x Miiin QQ 53' f ' A ill?" i l l l l a l l IA CLASS OFFICIQRQ i 'I'f'i-.tiiiuzl - - jour: W. jo:-ixsox I'im'-tl'1'r.riiiv11l - L.u'ii.a Arusox S:'t'V'e'l41l'y - - Eimix SHUI L 5 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 life the upper classmen led theml The freshmen were afraid to ask ques- l . : . . 1 tions for tear they would be golwlvled up in one mouthful. Nlany were 5 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 undeveloped. l 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 OHS. Y l of the class and make each meeting more interesting than the preceding r S - , X. ,eg -- - s ' sr , , -"CLE-ie was If esac:-Ng s f- t , iff -.. Q . ,f e , 4, -,. , - ' "" "W-.1



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