Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1928

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DO YOU KNOW THAT . . . If all the elephants in the circus were placed end to end, there is noth- ing like a cold shower in the morning? VVe had fine weather this fall and, twenty-one chinamen died coming over here in packing boxes? If all the bottles of Coca-Cola that are consumed in one year were stacked behind O. C. H. S., a lot of cadets would cut their feet? An Australian bird that stands on three legs and has three letters, the Hrst two being H, is not the COCO bird? If all the cross-word puzzle books in the world were burned, who would light the Hre? If Ft. Wcarth was in Amarillo where would Amarillo be? If Alexander the Great has conquered New Guinea, what key would the Star Spangled Banner have been written ini The United States and the Jews are the greatest nations of the North American continent? Annuals are published by an eclipse that happened the second Tuesday of last week? Snapshots were made from oxygen and hydrochloric acid? Paved streets come from behind the Woolworth Building? You were a nut for reading this? S S Q XVHY THESE SENIORS RATE lklaxine Holloway-because of her bewitching ways. Lorraine DeVVitt-because she always is so willing to play the piano for us. Lyda Rhew-maybe it's because she has a permanent curl. Pauline Sanders-one sees fairness and style in her faint form. Frankie Lee Holt--because she insists upon wearing low heels and keep- ing her hair straight. Louise VVebb-because she has a part in the Senior Play-Uh, these ac- tressesl Norma Mascho-because she is so motherly-'member 'cliooinerangwf lylaggie Lee McCants-it must be because of her baby talk-reckon? ,lane Etheridge-because sheds little, nifty, and hard to keep up with. YVatch her stepl Martlia and Bertha Stockard--because there are two-and of course two are lots better than one, especially twins. Douglas Emmons-because hels such a handsome elderly man and such a charming father. Latham Leeds-because of his winning smile. Roy Pender-because of his big brown eyes and his sweet melodious voice. Joe Johns:in--because of his permanent "hot', line. Collier VV2ll'I'CI11l7CC!l11SC he,s such a military genius. Present armsl Mclviii Rowe-because of his loudness. Harry Tom Hunter-because of his sweet baby face and acting ability. Elmo Niblo-because of his pretty curly hair-Ohl

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SAD BUT TRUE He was the senior favorite. All the girls were crazy about him and he was constantly urun aftern. During the year, he attended every party and dance-rated with all the girls and was considered a regular "guy", by the boys. His parents had informed him that he would be given a car for graduation-what a lucky boy he Wasl Examinations for the Seniors were in full swing, and our 'gfriendl' always came out from them smiling. The last exam he took was his math one. Some wondered Where his smile Was. On Senior day everyone searched for the favorite but he was not to be found. Some of the teachers even asked where he Was. Surely you've guessed that he Uflunkedv the math exam. Q Q ,Q PECULIAR It was a cold stormy night-it was raining both cats and dogs, and I was Wearily trudging along. I'm sure I was in a desert-no one Was around and it was dark as the mischief. After dragging my feet behind me for about ten miles, I came upon a little one-room, dimly lighted cot- tage. Just because it was unusual I stopped and looked in the window. Inside I saw a Herce looking black-bearded man and in his hand Was a dagger. What was he going to do-who was he going to kill? I saw him rise slowly and grasp the dagger tighter in his hand. He moved to the window on the opposite side of the room. Thinking there was some one over there, I rushed to the door and quietly pushed it open. My breath was gone--I could do nothing-he raised his arm-the dagger glittered in the dim light-he gradually let his arm down and stabbed-stabbed-a -a-mosquitoll 9 9 9 Wlzat Oak Cliff High would be without- Prof. Smith and his ucutersn? Mr. Osborne to hunt for? The Juniors? Louise Conner and her laugh? "Toughie,' and his harmonica? Virginia Shepherd and her curls? The Band to practice? Mr. Hamilton to give us change? Maxine Goldthwaite and her pins? "Alex" in the Library? Ralph and his advertising Ways? Mrs. Guinn and orders? Pauline Simmons and her Ustrutn? Bertha and Martha S. with their perfect identicality? Tom Cain and his Winsome smile? Roy T. and his angelic look? -all the Hottentots? Miss Cooper and her impersonates of Pat. Henry? Evelyn and Snookie? Bob and Maxine cooing and gooing?



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Lawrence Blanton--because he thought he was the stuff! Poor girlsl Loufs Mcllheron-because he loves to play-Bridge?-No, hands. Robert Pipes-because he's so nice and tall and the tall girls consider him their gift-F Ralph Hill-because he always knows the newest of dance steps. Thomas Stalworth-because hels still Mrs. Taylor's little "peanut". '5 Q 8 SCENE TODAY At the lunch period several teachers discussing the fact that Miss Laura Alexander received letters from N. Y. Henry, former teacher. Mr. Leftwich attempting to play golf on the campus. Mrs. Guinn crooning over an HS. Af' note she found on her study hall floor.-Pooml Miss Catherine Herring letting her pretty blue eyes look yearnfngly over to--well, you know. W. B. Clement becoming confidential with Mrs. Skillern in 201. Lorine Higginbotham smiling her sweetest in the rest-room-what's the secret-does that diamond mean seriousness? Mr. Cunyus actually speaking to Miss Tilley-you knew of course that they were not on speaking terms. Miss Addudell and lllr. Hamilton dancing in the gym at their off periods. lVliss Cabiness keeping time for the other kids to dance on the stage. Miss Eisenlohr not even speaking to Miss King-oh gee! Mrs. Bramlette parading the halls with Jack Hunter. Tom Cain lifeless. Lillian Smith without Evelyn Puckett. J. C. refusing money and subscriptions. Mary Alice Isham with a new crop of freckles. Virginia Alverson with a Mae Murray. Carl Croffard buying three plate lunches. Ruth Hopkinson buying five Hersheys. Captain Mann asleep on duty. Miss Falls eating salted peanuts. Miss Belser doing the "California Hop" with Mr. Gillespie at their lunch periods. Miss McLarry constantly hand printing letter-why so much pain -eh? Abbie Crane ordering a ton of detention cards. Winnie Langford out in her back yard destroying all history test papers. The janitors keeping time for Miss Cabiness and the other kids to dance on the stage. Q S Q Virgil Pope: "Ben Spurgin bought a dog for Hve dollars and then sold him. How much did he loseil' Elmo Nilzlo: uVVhat did he sell him fort", V. P.: "For chewing the pfano legf'

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