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Page 24 text:
Jn tflddress to the Classes
We the Seniors leaving now
Klingle with regrets and sorrows
Anticipations of tomorrowsg
Of progressive days before us,
Surely Fame will not ignore usl
lVlake to you our how.
All our days shall we recall
Uak Clif High School, queen of all.
Juniors, you Write lengthy themes
Your vocabularies ,re so extensive
That you aren't quite comprehensive.
Dehaters there are, and athletes galore,
Dancers, and singers and many more.
And to me it surely seems
Some are waxing quite poetic,
Geniuses may he, Qhut that's propheticj
Sophomores, when you rush around
You think "l9'ish" are awful hores,
But you're only "sul'lermores.',
You talk of Latin and the League,
Mention Beethoven and Grieg.
Please come down to solid ground.
Have your temperaments and Uwaysfl
But don't he mysteries all your days.
Freshmen, you clonlt get your due.
YVith your smile and knowing Wink,
Perhaps you know more than We think.
You, we just canyt understand,
But We think youlre simply grand!
liven Seniors enyy you
'Cause they get out after four,
And you stay three whole years more.
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OAK CLIFF HIGH
'Pa rent- Teacher Dissociation
HE Oak Cliif High School Parent-Teacher Association was one of the first to
be organized in Dallas. The leaders in this activity were women who for years
had been associated With forward movements of many and various natures, and who
from the first found Oak Cliff alive to the interests and to the needs of the parent-
teacher Work. The Oak Cliff spirit has always prevailed in everything "Oak Clitff,
and it is continued in this association.
There are approximately five hundred members in this organization at present.
Of this number, about four hundred are parents and teachers While the rest are asso-
Niany things are accomplished through the special department work carried on
by twenty-six committees. The Adamson Loan and Welfzire Fund Committee dis-
tributes money to high school students who are in financial need. A great effort is
made to keep students in school until they have graduated. As the association does not
Wish to encourage students to borrow money, loans are made only in emergencies.
Another committee, the Girl's Student Loan Fund, lends only to girls who are enter-
ing business schools or colleges. The VVays and Means Committee considers the needs
of the different departments of this school. The chairman must be a woman who will
study the needs of the individual and will then plan to H11 them. The president and
the executive committee must be Willing to co-operate in every way possible.
Perhaps more than any other one thing that has given impetus to the work is the
one hundred per cent teacher membership with an attendant one hundred per cent
co-operation of the instructors in Oak Cliff High School. One of the most outstanding
and constructive measures of this organization is the effort to build around the school
a social environment of fine spirit, good understanding, and true happiness. The re-
sponse to the earnest eflorts of the association has been general. It is the hope of the
active workers that more and more parents, fathers as well as mothers, will interest
themselves enough to help in building the proper educational, spiritual, and social en-
vironment for the school community.
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