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Page 69 text:
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Allen. Helen M.
Beaty , Alice M.
Clevelantl, Mary J.
Congleton. Pat M,
Cr uptr. Maxine
Baile 5, M. J.
Benner. lftl, R.
Carne s. Ralph
lluuglas. Birtlie M.
lfason. Mary lf.
lfhner. Lucy Anna
Faulkner. Lucy M.
Green. Eula M "P
Griffin. Mary Oiivc
Hathaway , Alta
Haynes. Imlii: Lee
,lt hnson, Narnne
Kr mp. Margaret
Kennedy, M ereerles
Liles. Anna Mae
Hr acl, Spencer
Li'uls'ii, XY. L.
McCain. Rae B.
MeKennir. Hr warfl
Marx. Mary C.
Melten, Mary L.
Mcrerlith. Virqi ria
Monrfrc, Mary ,lu
Mcnre. Ruv'1 M 'rrie
Oliver. Jessie M.
Martin. Rn taltl
Sinisstrn. XYi liain
Strr url. Juanita
Suthtrlantl. Archie M
'l'a3ltn'. Mary Jim
Thnmas, Geneva Bell
Thr mpsnn. Mialretl
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Vthite. Cathry n
XVilsnn, Helen M.
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St. C.a'r. llale
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Page 68 text:
sIANE CIlARl,ES VIRGINIA
CLEVELAND GRUNEISEN lVIEREn1'I'II
IB Class Officers
CHARLES GRIINEISEN 'Presiffmr
JANE CLEVELAND - - Vire-'Pnzsidmz
VIRGINIA MEREDI'I'H - - Secretary
MRS. MINNIE BRAIVILETTE - - Sponsor
THE IB CLASS
HHN the present lB,s entered Oak Cliff High School they were
not as "green" as usual. Very few of them wore socks. The first
day they were very self-confident, but the upper classmen soon changed
The class is a ver I romisin one with manv members alreadf well-
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known. It ranks high in scholarship, talent and beauty. But, best of all,
it has pepl Q
The class met soon after school started, and under the sponsorship
of Mrs. Minnie Bramlette elected Charles Gruneisen president.
The social activities were few, but great plans are being made by
the leaders of the class.
Oak Cliff expects this class to stand by the school in all departments
and to make it bigger and betterl
Page 70 text:
I-IOYVARID IDOROTH Y :XLVI N
SQHER1-:R XRIICIEB CSIVIN
IB Spring Term O vers
PIOVVARD SCHERER ----- Tnfsiflwir
ALVIN GIVIN ------ Vice-Tgrzfsidefzt
IJOROTHY VVEBB ------ Secretary
MRS. MINNIR BRAivi1.E'1"1'E ---- Simmer
THE IB SPRING CLASS
N anuarv twentv-ninth children thin and fat large and small
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began to storm the large cement steps of Oak Clit? High. Queer
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expressions were shown in the faces of some, others were as "at home" as
if they had heen going here all their lives.
Though the enrollment Was small, we are glad to have all that came,
and hope We shall soon hecome strong friends. The girls seemed to
have outnumhered the hovs, with a total of sixty-three girls and fifty-one
hovs. Bowie seemed to he leading the schools With an enrollment of four-
teen hoys and nineteen girlsg Hogg came second with fourteen hoys and
thirteen girls. For a new school John Peeler came next with eleven hoys
and nine girlsg Reagan had Eve hoys and eleven girls. Although last, hut
not least, Miles came next with four boys and six girls.
VVe are glad to welcome some Hhreshmenn from schools not in our
district. Three hovs came from City Park, Roherts, and Trinity Heights,
and three girls from Lida Hooe, Travis, and Silherstein. Sunset presented
us With five hoys and two girls from the Hgpecial Class." Again We say
we are glad to admit all of these Uhreshmenl' to our school, and hope for
them much success throughout their years to follow.
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