Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1928

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Page 22 text:

REETINGS P.-T. A. HERE is one great influence hack of all of you-the influence of your Fathers and Mothers. Their love for you never ehangesg their interest in your lives, and welfare never vvanes. As you are soon leaving home-ties he- hind in seeking your future Careers, re- memher that the prayers of the Mothers and Dads of Oak Cliff High are following you. Their hopes for your future success are unhounded. To lhlr. Adamson and the Faculty our hearts go out in deepest gratitude for their untiring efforts, and Wholesome example in the training of our sons and daughters.

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The Tarwzr-Teacher Association 19274928 ERE the Oak Cliff Parent-Teacher Association roll called, to be answered by the good deeds done in the name of the organization, each member would score one hundred per cent on the marvelous achievements of the year. The aim of the Parent-Teacher group during the session has been to solve some of the problems affecting student life, which has created a fuller sympathy between parent and teacher. lt aimed, more- over, to support heartily the program of the school, supplement- ing wherever it might for a greater development of the school program. Finally it has worked to that end where principal, teachers, and pupils may know that the organization stands ready to co-operate with them in their many activities. ln a Word, the association has made a great effort to accomplish its aim, and in every way lit harmoniously into the work of the school in a helpful manner. Never before has the Association lVlembership been so large. Never before have the teachers scored one hundred per cent in membership, a fact which is stimulating to the organization, for it has made possible a genuine Parent-Teacher Association. And never before has there been a more unselfish, untiring, courageous president than Mrs. Charles C. Jones, under whose leadership the association has worked. At each meeting of the month a lecture by representative men and women has been presented, carrying out a program of sub- jects on the Psychology of the High School student, as suggested by the Dallas Council of Parents and Teachers. lVloreover, the association has functioned in a helpful manner towards the various activities of the school. About fIOO0.00 has been disbursed in meeting the needs and demands of the school. The entire membership expresses its appreciation for the hearty co-operation of the teachers and the kindly counsel of the Principal, Mr. Adamson.



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UR CREED YVOULD BH TRUIQ, for there are those who trust me, I would he pure, for there are those who cure, I would be strong, for there is much to suhrer, I would be brave, for there is much to dare. I would be friend to all, the foe, the friendless, I would be giving and forget the gift, I would he humble, for I know my Weakness, I would look up, and laugh, and love, and lift.-Seleflezl.

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