High-Resolution, Full Color Images Available Online
Search, Browse, Read, and Print Yearbook Pages
View College, High School, and Military Yearbooks
Browse our digital annual library spanning centuries
Support the Schools in our Program by Subscribing
Page 154 text:
Most popular ,,,,,,,
Best Athlete ...,,s
Biggest blllgfif, ,,,, .
Noisiest dressed, ,,,,
Biggest dig ,.,,,,,,
Best dressed ..,,,,
Shyest ,,,,,.,,,.. ,..,,..,,,
Cutest ....,,.,,,,,,,e,,,,,,.. H
Best hroncho buster ,,,,,,
Most brilliant ,.....
Best loved ,,,,,,
Best athlete r,.,,,,,,. . ......,,,
Biggest heart smasher ...,,,
Best natured ....,
Most graceful ,,,,. ,,,,, -,,,,-A,,,
Douglas Emmons-UYVhen in the Course of human
Louise Ufebb-'WVho teaches that suhjectfl'
Q S Q
Evelyn ff.: UI. C., where are you going? "
f. C. Z.: "Barefooted.n
E. ff.: "VVhat forfl'
f. C.: UFor thirty minutesf,
Q Q Q
Eugene Bronson: "How much is two
Ziljhlza Hfzskinx "Four.,'
"Four what? U
Four score and seven years ago.
"VVhat did you hring that up four?"
-,,,-Richelieu B. Adams
,,,,---,D. M. lVleMains
BMJ. C. Zimmerman
Maggie Lee lVl CCants
WW, Margaret Clements
Page 153 text:
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
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
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
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
Miss McLarry constantly hand printing letter-why so much pain
Abbie Crane ordering a ton of detention cards.
Winnie Langford out in her back yard destroying all history test
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'
Page 155 text:
Billif Hzzrpzfr: K'VVhen did Shakespeare Write mllhe Merchant of
Virginia Lee Bolflin: "Don't know. YVhenf"
B. H.: 'WVhen he sat down to his desk and took his pen in his hand."
S! 3 Q
Carl Harfly: "Dr, Pm going to die.',
Dr. R. N. Smitlz: "VVhy so, brother Hardy?"
C. 'fBecause my life time fountain pen just broke."
I 6 ge
Eliznlmtlz Fitzgernlfl: c'VVhy don't you let Dick Haliburton go out
for track? 'Fraid he'll get hurt? "
Frrmffs lllelton: "No, l donlt Want him to get in with that fast
Q. S S
ulnto the valley of Death rode the six hundred-cannons to the right
of them-cannons to the left of them-Chicago!
Q 3 Q
Mtndern Patrick Henry QClinton Jonesbi Give me Life! Liberty!
or Saturday Evening Post!
S 9: Q
Miss Langford: "How is that little nephew of yours getting along
who delivers Saturday Evening Posts? "
M1'5. Brnmlettef: "Finel He 'ust bought another truck."
Q. -Q Q!
Collifr lVrzrrfrz.' UPresent arms! 7'
F7'KlZ,V7lIl17Z Recruit: "VVho gets it Ca Jtainf "
e r I
3 91 -94
llfr Laftwiclz: "Am I speaking loud enough? "
Laurie Lzmzpkin: "Surel I can't even sleep."
Q4 S 3
Viyitor to flliss Tilley: uAre you an instructor? H
llflisy T.: "No, I merely keep a gang of kids together for an hourf,
9. S S
lllarjorin Brfmoml: "I Wish you'd stop raving about your ancestors.
Pretty soon youlll be saying that they came over on the lVlayfloWer."
Harold Parr: c'0h, no, they had a special boat."
3 9. Q
George Holden to Boso: K'Sir, how can l ever repay you for your
kindness or generosity? H
Bom: "Doesn't matter, song check, money order, or cash."
Suggestions in the Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.