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Brown, Dorothy 'I'.
Brown, Dorothy L.
Childress. Mary G.
Cooper, Aim Katherine
Curtis, Blay Charly
Barnes, XY. C.
llrown, Finis Oneal
Davis, Lea lftta
Dinkins, Leta Mae
Iidwards, Myrtle Mae
Iloorer, Alice Evelyn
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IB CLASS OFFICERS
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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