Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

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Zumwalt W' z'1farr': Dr. David W. Carter, Jr., Mrs. W. A. Leeper Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Alex W. Spence, flrairnzun L. O. Donald E. N. Noyes fbairnmn XY. H. .AIHAN1 l7rim'i1mI As We Know Hz'112 We know we are doing nothing new, Mr. Adamson, in congratulating you Upon your wide-spread fame, We would say a word just thc same. Although we seldom sing aloud your praise We think of you throughout the days, Think of you as loving, kind-hearted, and true, Think of you as always backing our white and blue. Youire more to us than merely a principal, Mr. Adamson, you are our prince and palg You are the one who, through all the years, Has shared with us our joys and tears. In your face beams the glory of joy In knowing and loving each girl and boyg From the heart of each student old and new Comes the true praise-"Mr. Adamson, we love you iXVII-hiA KINNAMUN. X. ...X -sf . f- I .swf N. 1 ff, 7 X gf is .f ,fn Ji fr If ll-,-'I XXX y, X- MRS. MRS. MBS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MBS. MRS. MRS. MRS. Parent- Teacher A5JOCI'dZZ.071 WM. A. BASOM R. B. KENNEDY S. HETHERINGTON W. A. LEEPER . G. C. WHIPKER . R. F. HENDERSON S. COGBURN . E. E. WEST . . ORAN ROWNTREE J. C. JUDGE . . TOM COOK, JR. BERT PARRISH . S. CHAS. HOPKINS 170 OFFICERS . . . . . . . Tresideuf Firsf Vive-Tresideuf Seeolm' Viee-Yjresidenf Third Vive-Tresiclenf Fourib ViC'0-jJFCSif1CI1f Fiffh Vive-Tresidenf Sixfb Vice-Tresicfenf Sevenfb Viee-Tresidenf Reeordizzg Seerefarg' Correspomfilzg Seerefrzry . . . Trezzsu rer' . . . H isforian Tarlialuelzfary Referee Paren I- Teacher A s.vocz'atz'0n The Oak Cliff High Parent-Teacher Association was organized in 1901. Through these twenty-nine years the growth of this association has been steady and constant. We report this year a membership of over three hundred active members. The President of the association is a messenger from the association to the faculty, and by a close contact with the latter learns the needs of the various departments of the school, then she turns the responsibility of the work to the respective departments. There are six departments in the organization with chairmen under the super- vision of each department head. The departments are as follows: QU Organization Department which is supervised by Mrs. S. Hetherington. The department's duty is to take all responsibility concerning the membership, com- munication, service, courtesy, and transportation of the club. Q21 Program Service Department whose head is Mrs. XV. A. Leeper. This de- partment's duty is to provide for the year book, entertainments, refreshments, programs, and decorations. Q35 Public Welfare Department which is supervised by Mrs. Whipker. This department's duty is to make decisions concerning the juvenile Protection, Girls' Stu- dent Loan and Thrift, and Adamson Loan Fund. C41 Educational Department is supervised by Mrs. R. F. Henderson. This de- partments duty is to promote and sponsor art, music, R. O. T. C., scholarship, and library work. C51 Health Department is directed by Mrs. S. Cogburn. This departments duty is to sponsor athletics, social and student hygiene, and physical education in the school. Q61 Efficiency Department is supervised by Mrs. C. C. jones. The duty of this department is to take care of finances, house and ground problems, magazines, and matters of publicity. As a result of the function of each department the various phases of the school work are properly cared for. The girls and boys of high school age certainly need unlimited help through counselors, guides, and real friends, and the Oak Cliff High School and its organiza- tions fill this necessity. Ability to guide wisely at this time is a real test of parent- hood. The High School Parent-Teacher Association can be made a clearing house for ideas in developing the character and growth of youth. This organization endeavors to assist parents who are poorly acquainted with the aims of the many interesting educational activities of the modern high school. We stress the co-operation between the school and the home in daily study preparation. We strive to have our school head the list of the six high schools in the city by reduc- ing the number of absentees and tardies. One of our two outstanding objectives is to promote scholarship among the stu- dent body. This phase of our work is emphasized in our meetings and through the co-operation of the teachers. Our association endeavors to increase the members of the Scholarship Club by giving parties and entertainments for those who achieve the honor of membership in the club. We offer a cash prize to the underclassman who attains the highest average for each semester. Another of our main objectives is to supervise the welfare work in the school. This work is being promoted through the continued co-operation of Miss Graves with the Parent-Teacher Association. With the zeal and energy already manifested in the past by the faculty, student body, and parents there is all evidence that the work of the association can attain a still higher level. The Dads' Club in Oak Cliff High is a very active organization which works for the welfare of the school. There are Hfty-one active members in the club. We ADAMSKJN, XV. H. ADUDIJFI.I., HFLlfN ALEXANDER, LAURA ALLEN, HOWARD A. ANDIQIRSON, XV. M. BAKER, BEAULAH BAKER, NILLL BELL, ANNA BELL, RUTH . . BLNNESS, GLRALDINI' BRAMLLTTL, MINNII1 CABINFSS, IDABILL CAMPBELL, L. E. . CLLMIQNT, NlEI.LIIf D. CLILMENT, VV. B. . CLYIQTTL, MAIKY LOUISIL COOPl'lR, BFRTA . . CRANL, ABBIL IbURRL'l"I', W. P, . EISLNLOIIR, HI.NRII.'I"rA FALLS, LAURA . . ILLILSPIIQ, Ll. H. CQRAVLS, FANNII HAMILTON, LUCY LI'X1V1Il.I'ON, XVM. T. . l'IAkHvIOCK, CHRISTINI. HARRIS, fX1ARGARl.l' HAsIL'I'INIf, h1AY M. G HI STLR, H. B. . I'IICGINBO'I'1-IAA1, LORINIf HOIRN, HLLIN R. . KINDRICR, MARY . KING, ROBILIRTA . LANGFORIJ, WVINNIII LL1-TWICH, L. G. LUMPRIN, MAUDI, N1CLAKRY, AGATHA MANN, JNO. A. . MATHLWS, H. T. . N1ORRISON, MAIKY . NI:xvI1I1RRY, EUGLNIA NOAH, WINTON EUGI-NI. PATRIQR, ANNE . . PFTTY, MARVIN L. ROCKLTT, N11-XBLL . ROOTES, VIIKGINIA F. RUFFIN, RUTII . . SMITH, R. N. 1 STRATTON, LILLIAN TAYLOR, NLLL R. TILLEY, EUNICF . WIALKER, CLARA RIIIJ Faculty . . . Tri11cij111l Frmirb and English . . . Lilvrarinii . J3Iutbr'111at1cs . Sindy Hall . efHIi1tbc11zaliz's . Typcwritiiig . Hislory . English S0f1'cfa1'y to Triiiripal . . . f'3Ia!bc'111i1lirs . . . . Clolbing JJ! 0i'b1111i4'i1l 'Drawing . . . . ulrl . Jbfiztlzriiiulirs . . . English Ilisiory anrl Civics . . . . 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Spwzxnrx Svfoolnrsfaip Gran 11 BOONII., JAMES CARTIQR, VIRGINIA COLE, GILLON DALEY, CHARLES BOONE, JAM IZS CARTER, VIRGINIA DALIQY, CHARLIZS HliNlJl41RSON, Ll:NA THOMPSON, PIIYLLIS . . . . Vll1l't1it'f!ll'idII Q Sdlllfdfflljdll I Higllvxf l"011I'-Yvar 1,11 rragf Higbcfsf sV1l'l'l'LlKQP of Cjirlx f I-X f I if' Q OL! MARIE LOUISE ALLEN Entered from Marshall High. Tennisg Art Clubg Girl Rescrveg Gym Demonstra- tion. A loyal heart and a brave spirit. DOROTHY BAKER Entered from Central. Gym Demonstra- tiong Pep Squadg Poppy Salcg Spanish Clubg Style Show. So worlest, half her worlb is uol known. MARGUERITE BARRETT Entered from Forest High. The right angle to approach u Jifficuli flroprnsilion is Ihr' lI'y-angle. ALLEN BIRMINGHAM Entered from Central Oak Cliff. Span- ish Clubg 4B Class Officer: 4A Class Officerg Dramatic Clubg Senior Playg Ami when 11 lmfy's in Ihr' rasrf, You know all other lbiugs gin' plana JAMES BOONE Entered from Sunset. Preident 4A Class: President Scholarship Clubg Circulation and Advertising Manager Oakg Hi-YQ National Honor Societyg Winner jno. E. Morris' Attendance Peng Footballg Trackg Oper- etta. Our Prf'siJf'r1f-first in srbofarslaijr, first in fu'1i1'iiiz's, anal firsl in the hearts of his 1'lassn1alr's. JERALDEAN BRAY Entered from Central. Re-entered from Denton High '28. Scholarship Club. "Suwf promptings 111110 kimlvst deeds urrr' in ber wry look? NORMA BRITAIN Entered from Azle High. Girl Reservesg Dramatic Club: Music Clubg Oak Staff. "We saw ber rlaurming, buf uw saw not half flat' charm lam' mozlesly r0r1cr'aIs." DICK BURKE Entered from Hogg. City Crack Co.g State Crack Co.g Rifle Teamg Camp Dal- lasg Best Corporal '28g Color Sergeant. He thinks fhc world was made for fun. We Goff. -v JANE BU'I'TERl"Ili1,D Iintercd from Reagan. Pep Squad: Gym Demonstrationg Opcretta. "She ii gl'7IfI!', the ix .Ib-yg Bu! fln'r'w'x mischief in bm' cyff. VIRGINIA CAR'I'1ill lintered from Bryan High. Scholarship Club 4 ycarsg National Honor Societyg Dramatic Clubg Baking Contest. "Her uzmfrsfy ii tl rrzmllv lo liar n11'rifs." DICK CHAPMAN lintcred from W'est Dallas. Lieut. Col. RO.T.C.g Crack Co.g Captain of Rifle Team: Camp Dallas Commanderg Dramatic Clubg Cadet Officer. Wflrwl bf' speaks noi like a t'iliZt'!l, you fiml him a xohlivr. V. F. CHASIZ, -III. lfntercd from Rmguiig President lfrench Clubg Basketballg Crack Co. Ciiy and State: Dramatic Club: lst l,ieul. R.0.T. C.g Senior Play. Tlw' muJz'xf, on his 11r14'111lmrrax.n'Il lzrnu ll1lflH'4' lun Ia'rillv11-Gi'v1l,'z'rlm1I. ESTELLE Cori-Q A willing and faithful worker, unselfish in her service to others. GILLON COIF Entered from Central. Crack Co.: Track: Scholarship Club. "lf wuifvrx no! ukal men uvxlnm' lo bm Or good, or bmi, Ibvy rm' lm! Irbal Ilnjy ure." KATHRYN CONIBIEAIK lintercd from Reagan. Ilomu liconomics Clubg Dramatic Club. "Cfmrm.i .ifrikc tba' xigbl .mil nzrril winx fbi' xuulf' LENA MAE CUNNINGHAM Entered from Reagan. Home Economics Clubg Poppy Saleg Pep Squad. A truer' friend 0011111 1l0f lu' f0IHIl1. CHAIiI,ES 1DAl,liY lfntcrecl from Reagan. Scholarship Clukg National Honor Society. HL' wax ll sIfb01111', 111111 tl rifle 111111 go011 111117 EA'c1'r'11i11g 11'ixI', fuir X1l0kI'll, 111111 pw'- Xlllltlillg. JACK DAVIS lintcred from Commerce High. Foot- ball: Basket Ballg I-Ii-Y. Tlm 1'I'11.m11 zrlry gi1'.'s gn fo foolbull g111111'x 111111 XILLIJ' 1111111 Ihr' limi. HAI. GRIILIQN Ifmered from Central Oak Cliff. Golf ICIIITI. lf ix 35111111 fo 1I'11gll1I'11 lo ibe 1111! ll .i111111y 111r1oIl. HAZEI. GOODMAN liiiterenl from Reagan. Social Commiltceg Gym Demonstrrniiong jr. fj!'CllCSll'1!Q Ro- Inry Pagenntg Poppy Girlg Spirit of Ifdu- cntion Page.mt. Pvp, P1111I'11, I'I'1'xa.'1u11l3--Ihr l'l'l'j' 50111 of KQl'I11l!1if-Y. MAIKIIZ HA1,l, lintered from Reagan. Poppy Girl. cjlll' 11110 k710Il'X fhffl? ii II 1l'rIj' 111111 fi1111x ii. LENA Hl'lND1-ZIKSON Entered from North Dallas High. Pan- American Lengucg Operetta: G. G. Clubg Trio and Quartcrg Spanish Club. "I 110 1111! sing l1f'1'1111x1' I mmf, A1111 fuiju' Illlf 11.1 fbi' 117IIll'1X sing." MAIRY Honoii lfntercd from Hogg. "l'I'1'rio11x 111'fiI'11'x z'01111' 111 51111111 1111511- 11gI'x." RUTH IRWIN lintercd from Reagan. Girl Reservcsg ZA Vice-Presidcntg Economics Club. "Si111j11i1'1ly 111111 11111111'u!11I'.vx L'0HZ17illl' io lllllklf ber u'r1r1'1J u'bi1r'." HELEN KELLEY Entered from Reagan. Secretary 3Amg Social Chairman 4B's and 4A'sg Gym Demonstrntiong Operetta. "A run' rolzfjmllml of offtlily, frolif, 111111 funf' LUCILLE IQENNEDY Entered from Bowie. Girl Reservtsg Opercttaq Poppy Sale. A girl wr all like-51L'er'f 111111 friendly. SIDNEY IQENNLDY Crack Co.g Vice-President French Clubg Senior Playg French Plnysg Dramatic Club: Basketball. "Tbix fvllnu' pirkr up wil, ax pigeons pear, Aml ultvrx il again ufwu 1010 Joib 1rlml.vc." NORMA KEPKI1 Entered from Central Oak Cliff. Boys' Glcc Clnbg football. Alu-Y fn' Ju in uwll in lfw unrld in in 1rlb14'lir'.x. BAILEY KINSIIR Entered from Hogg. "DwrriIn' fnim mlm ran All ulwiilgrlzwll nf all ffm! ix lllrasuul iv num." RODERI' KIRDY Entered from Fore t High. R. O. T. C., SCl'!0l1ll'SlliP Club. Lvl bin: fire lo ln' u fhnilsuml. HWS ll VUXIIJLIV' fvllou' Ymil uw' ll't1flf bin: on varlb. TYLER CLARK IQNIGHTEN Entered from Hogg. Bryan High '20, R. O. T. C.g Best Private Co. "B" '27g City Crack Co. A qllirl fougm' xbozvs ll wise bald. CHARLES LAMB Entered from Central. Home Room Representativeg Footballg Vice-Prefidcnt Typewriting Classg Wbrking Boys Club. Wfbo brings sunshine info the life of olbrrs, Brings sunshine in bis own. EVELYN MCCULLOCR Entered from Hogg. Sponsor Co. D.g Public Speaking Contcstg Senior Orchestrag Music Study Clubg Glee Clubg Senior Playg Oak Staffg Dramatic Clubg O. C. H. S. Queen in Santa Claus Parade. "Wfhc'rr ix the flower lfml ffuzrnzs ns xo -lu lby soul or in ffry eye?" MILDllED MACDONAI-D Entered from Bryan High. Scholarship Clubg Spanish One-Act Playg Dramatic Club. Wfilb gran' to IL'ilI and bear! I0 bolfl AL LYNN MlIROBIZlKT'S Entered from Reagan. Gym Demaustra- tiong junior Orchestrng President Girls' Glee Clubg Poppy Girlg Acorn Staff: Op- erettag Spanish Club. "Anil as flu' lzriybl Ellll gfm'ifi1'x flu' xky, So is lam' ffm' illlllllilfrl will: ffm' 1'Yyc.i." SIDNEY MCROBIQRTS Vice-Preitlent Senior Claswg Vice-Presb dent Hi-YQ Scholarship Clubg Acorn Re- porter: Baseball. W'lmf fer ln' Jill unix Jam' milf: an murb raw, lu laim ulnm' 'luwlx Ilxlfllfxll lu jilraxr. MUIRIKAY MELTON Entered from Reagan. Cvlee Clubg Op- ercttug Library Assistant. Murray ibiukx ifx Inn lmfl In lvf .tlilzlirx inlcrcfm' wifb u lrigl: xrlmol mlilwrfiou. XVYINIIVRED MOLJIRIE Entered from Bryan High. Senior Plnyg OnevAct Playg Seholarsliip Clubg 4A Acorn Reporterg President Dramatic Club. Her' brauly ix flu' kind llml ix more lbuu xkifz deep. FLORENI5 ELAI Nli NlURR A Y Entered from Reagan. Scholarship Clubg French Clubg Dramatic Clubq Senior Play. Gruviozzslty gl'tIl't'fIll am! gl'1ll't'flIHV1' gru- nous. BARBARA OSWALD Entered from Hogg. Pep Squad: Gym Demonstrationg lA Chairman Program Committeeg Operettag 4A Social Com- mittee, Oak Ctaffg Dramatic Cub. It'x ibn xougx rbi' xiugx and lbgr smiles sbt' weary Thai niakc. Ihr XIIIIXZIHIK' z'z'i'r'j'z4'l7rw. :,' ,fuk tx I if 4- fp! f . +V y K .1., ""' 4. I V l f " A K1-iluvlm PA'1'Y Entered from M. G. Ellis, Fort xyrllflll. Ili-Y '29. Om' uf lfmru "lull, lfurk IIIUVIN iluzl fur- fnm' lvllvrv talk 1If71llIf. I.11.l.mN P1'1'Tx' Entered from Bowie. Poppy Snlcg Girl Reserves. Ijfliuu frm lz .xzuilw lfml lfflfillvf ruff off. MII.I7lil'.lJ PRATIIIQR l:IllCI'CLl from llugg. Gym l,LJl110HXll'.l- tiung Opcrcttaq Glcu Cllubg 1,l'JITll'lllC Club. W'fu'l1 ffliflyx .QU IIVIHIIQ xfn' .Xi7lKQX ll mug lmll llzflfl 41 jflrlf of .x111ill'x. G1-Imam RHOADS llntcrccl from Xlllfmxl lliglx. .llru nf frm' Hflflfl lm' offilllm fwxl. Elmxxlx SHELL lil1lCl'Cd from llugg, Cf.1n1p ID.1ll.ug Stale Crack C.o.g City Crack Cog Rifle Team. RlIll'flItQ, uni lfriffirlg. M11.mu-lv SIIJNIAN lfntcrcd from Howie. Girl? Glcc Cxlulng Spqnislm Club. Wfwrn sbs' fm! lm.l.ml, il vwrzlluf lfkw lfn' rm.-irzg of t'X1lllf'lfl' zzmlir. CA'1'H1aoN AN N Shlllll linzcrcd from Cfcmrnl. Gym Demon' strntiong Pep Squadg Puppy Sale: Spanislm Clubg Srylc Slwxv. Ivlavls of glrfzrirzg .xjvll-ullur lzmf .lilks nf lzrilliauf 1llXfl'V ll'l'V'l' flufviumwf for .xurfm ln Xbll. PH Y1.1-ls THOMSON lfntcrccl from Ilngg. Prcsldcnt of Ari. Clubg Treasurer of Dramatic Clulwg Gym Demonstration: Library Aesistamg Oak Staff: Sclmlarslmip. "Sbr' flax ffm! guy mmf Xcllff'-1' :buy ffm uzufzvx 115 uvztcfr fwr zuiffw ffvligfzlf' has-f dw RALPl'l TINKLE linlered from Reagan '26. Ili-Yg EA and 4B Class Prcsidenrg 4A Class Secre- laryq Dramatic Clubg Acorn Sraffg Schol- arship: French Club. "Wfilh farrlcsx jvxl uml hilllllll' 0'i'r ull, 114' ligblvnx the carry Ibn! round us mllff DANA VAN NEST Ifnrered from Duncan, Okla. Gym Demonstrationg Girl Rescrvcsg Arr Clnlvg Scholarship. "She not only draws ufifb bm' l'l1'I'f'I' fillgt'I'S, hu! in like Il1'grc'1r with bm' smil- ing fI'il'lIlIli1I!'XX.,, GERAI-IJINIi YVADE Entered from Bowie. Operettag Blues Ch:1ser's Clubg Girls' Glee Club, Assistant Student Counselorg Scholarship Clulxg Girl Reserves. "Suuz1'fimes uforkinif, xaulvlimvx playiny, alxuuyx wzjoyifig life." RUTII NVAIRAVEN lfnrered from Shreveport, La. Art Cluhg French Club. XVI' all lozrrl lm' imil ll'r'll 1cf'ru'.'l1 il ll'ilX xlw. XVELDON WIZATH uIxAI.I. lfntered from Central. Opercttag Crack Companyg R. O. T. C.g Glec Clulng Ra- dio Club. Hr' wbixtlccl as br' u'ul1:r'cl for wamf of worry. VVILIIAM YVEBB Entered from Cenlral. Scholarship Cluhg Trackg Senior Playg Footballg 4A Class Treasurer. Tln' fyfllf of ,711-V ibut Ct'l'ftlllI liflli' l1lomlr'.I full for. HARRY XVlI,I.IAA1S lintered from Hogg. French Cluhg Hi-Y. Iii' nxfzl io ln' tl wunzun-halvr bu! Iurvly --wha! tl change. VIRGINIA XVoons Iintercd from Bowie. Pep Squadg Poppy Girlg Junior Play: Dramatic Clubg Secre- tary of Choral Clubg Senior Playg Oak Staff. A Iitllc Jvur wlrusv mvznory will lux! forever. i "NMI .0 f' 7 64" ' " ,ff ff ' 0 Ware 6. HOWARD BROWNE Entered from Reagan. His frimrlship Ions u power to soolbrr affliction in the Jnrlaesi hour. EUGENE ERICIQSON Entered from Bowie. Eootballg Basket- ball. In athleticx be has worked and worlzeil and it can't be said that bix duly be xlzirked. BURNAL HAYS Entered from Marlin High School. Trackg Eootballg "DD Clubq Operettag Boys' Glee Clubg Hi-Y. In baslzrf bull hc was corlsiilcrrd an ave, In Irark bv always Id fbi' 17460. WILLIAM R. KELLEY Entered from NWoodr0w W'ilson. Com- missioned Officer R. O. T. C.: Crack Companyg Debating Clubg Sptnish Clubg Class Officerg Hi-Y. "Hn wolf! llfgllfj be n'vlml4's." LEON BIATHIS Entered from Bryan High. Ins! goozf-mziurml, llmffv all am! no! 1Irr'lr'niio11x. HAROLD MOOIKE Entered from Drumright High. Glee Clubg Footballg Opercttag Cheer Lcaderg Graduated in June. "Everybody up and gin' nim' for fwarrzf' ELIENE RAWLINS Operettag Music Study Clubg Blues Chasers Clubg Treasurer of Orchestrag All City Orchestrag Rotary Pageant. Pretty and full of pep. HAROLD WRIGHT Entered from Bowie. Il's not always the fast ones that win the race, but tba' f'fficie1zt ones. I 5 If 1 K Farewell Oak Cfbff Oh, Oak Cliff, with dear mem'ries of you we go Out into the world-come weal, come woe We shall ne'er forget your glorious atmosphere, We shall always remember you and yours as sincere. We shall think of your faculty so loving and true, We shall think of its patience in seeing us through, We, perhaps, will recall some time when we were sad, There was our own faculty to brace us-to make u We've had so many good times within your walls, So many laughs when walking down your halls, So much fun on your campus, so many joys, Never realizing how fortunate-just girls and boys. Although your doors to us be flung open wide That joy we once had will ever more be denied- That joy of freedom and fellowship with youg May we leave a message with your students true? Oh, you who have those golden years before you, We implore that you keep your courage true, May you keep Oak Cliff's banner unfurled To radiate its beauty o'er all the world. s glad -WILMA KINNAMON J 4B Officers CURTIS HORN . . Trawiilwzf ISFXVIS KELSI-LY . Vice-Trcfsidwlt X. CARSON . . Sc'L'rr'fary BILL WEBS'I'1ilK . . Trmxzirvr MRS. CPIARLES TAYLOR . . Sponsor MARGARILT PARKS .,...... Social Chairman LUCILLE MiXSSEY, FAYIZ CAYTON, BURIVORD LOWE, BILLY BURKE ....... Social fonmzillrv LILLIAN SMITH, WENDY XVATSON, BILLY BURKE, FLOYD DAVIS ....... Iurilaliou Crmznzitlvc Srbolarsbip Group MAGNA CUM LAUDE LOXVI2, BURIPORD, 96 SELLERS, DICK MULLAN, JAMES, 95 STARLING, EILEENE, 98 RAWLINS, ANIETA, 97 CUM LAUDE AMOS, FRANCES BALIJXVIN, MARY F. BUIAIORD, MARY BURKE, BILLY ' CALHOU N, INA MOODY CAMPELL, NELLIE CIIARSKE, JOHNSON CHEW, NVILLIAM COIfIfEY, JAMES CSOMAN, GEORGIA CRAIIII, SAM CROSSIi'I"I', I1AROI.D DIXIE, CHIKIS DRANSIfII2I.D, ADLLYNE E'I'IIIsRIIxgIs, CLARK GRAHAM, GEORGE HENDERSON, ANNA HOWLAND, LAURA JEAN HARRIS, JOHN KILGO, MARY NELL LE VAN, LOIS LINDSAY, GRACE MOORE, ROBERTA SEMONES, HERBERT SMITH, FRED GARYIN, LILLIAN THOMAS, BIEULAH VVEATHERBY, PACE WEBSTER, JANE WRIGHT, PHAINIA mg UUA, .yn 'Q- FRANCIQS AMOS Ifnteretl from Bowie. Gym Demonstra- tiong Scholarship Clubg Poppy Salcg Dra- matic Clubg Oak Staffg Essay Club. "Her friemfsbijw ix u fIri:I'." PHIL BAILEY Ilntered from J. S. Hogg. Entered from Classen, Oklahoma City. "Lillie but loutlg aluwyx on Ihr' jump." MARY FRANcIas BALDWIN lintered from Dcnizon High School. Ro- tary Pageantg Scliolarnhip Clubg Poppy Saleg Debate Club. "A mrrry 50111 Irilb Ll u'i,w mind." MARGUERI'fA BETRY linteretl from W'iehita, Kansas. Blues Chaners Clubg Glec Club: Orchestrag Op- erettag Dramatic Clubg French Club: Prtsident of Music Study Club. "W'ilb wil uml gril, fur figbl slJr'x ffl." MARJOIKIE BLAIR Murjoriz' and ber rioliug sbt' rvullvy nm pluy. In lbe fllfllft' uw' will :iw--"MInla:m' Blair lien' Ioiluyf' PAULINE BRIDGES Iintered from Central Oak Cliff. P-api py Saleg Gym DCIl1lJI1Sll'JIlOllQ Girl Re- scrvesg Dramatic Club. "M0I1rJly, fbllll arf u it'lL'l'l.U DORO'fHY BROWN Filtered from Cedar Lawn. Gym Dum- onstrntionq Member of Home Iiconomits Clubg Member of Big Sister Club. llI'rt"5 I0 ilu' lilllr girl of our f0lC'!l, Wl2f1,Ir buh' ix lzlurk ami wlioxe ryrs are brozwi. MARY BUIPORD Ilntered from Reagan junior Orchestrag Senior Orchestrag Scholarship Clubg Oak Staffg Dramatic Club. "HN fun' is of u llvuuly rare, mon' lzvuuliful ber mimlf' Q-9 qv x3 BILLY Buiuua lfntcrud from Hogg, Scholarship Club: National Honor Sociutyg Class Officer: Oak Staff. Sl1f'i'm.i' ll'iH fu' fwif for fu' ix fuiffvful in aff fflillgx. INA Moonui CALI IQUN Iintcrcd from Corpus Cliristi High. Scltolarsliip Cllubg Oak Staffg Camp liirc Girlsg National Ilonor Society '3U. HN' Illzlllj' if-l'iA'llLIX lmfifvi' lo ffm' fun- luz ing 1141111 rr. NI-.Ll.IIE CAM PISELL Iinturcd from Reagan. Gym Dcmonztru- tion: Scholarship Clubg Big Sister Club. Riff: in lfu' t1fm.'iI.'f'x of fffifnl um! bnlrl. X. CARSON lintcrcd from Hogg, Ifootbnllg 'I-IZICICQ Acorn Slkliii-Q Scan-l1ii'y of 415 Classg Pmxkct Hillg Hi-Y. Aflflrflztgffl lffi' "X" ill frii llrlllll' fam rwlllxmf llltlllij' In u ll711!4'V, Ili' Illflllxl Zum' fur llvrfff frf kllllll' ix nm fwtflly Xylixffflw. SA M A. C,x1tN1Qs Iwitcrctl from C.unlr.il. Major ll, O. I. C4 Canip lJ.ill.1x llircc ytuirxg Five Crack Cfomg lit-K1 if.ipl.1in '2-11 Nfcnibcx' Junior IlifYg St'c1'ul.1ry of Scnior Ili-Y: Sponxor -lunior Ili-Y '291 Khlt Sufi. lliw fn't1r'if1g ,-f1.qtqi'wl,v lfn' lQ1'NfIl'llItlI1 you ulll ffm! III lfffff. lin' C,xx'1'oN Ilntcrcd from XY'i1ii1ctltn. Poppy Girlg Gym Dcinonstizitinnq Soci.1i fi0lHl11illCC 415 Claus. A fljfllg uf ffmffl-3 ix tx joy f1frt'11'f'. JOHNSON QZIIARSKIQ llntcrutl from Hogg. CQ.imp D.1ll.is '28, 'l9g Commissioned Officur '29, ,301 Suholnrxliip Club. A gwfillwffnfff AIIIAI il frm' fY'jl'Ilt, XVll.1.mM P. Ciniw lfnwrcd from Reagan. Scliolnrsliip Clubg R. O. T. 11,3 Acorn Staff. A xfffiliflg fun' giwx Hlxlllj' grm'v. MARY GENIS Cm1.DREss Entered from james S. Hogg. Class Leader: Social Chairman for 315 Class: Girl Reserves: Class Acorn Reporter '28- '29: Acorn Staff: lixtemporancnus Speak- ing Contest: Dramatic Club Reporter '30. A111'11i.t x111i1i11g 111111 1'1'1111y io go. LANE CLIFTON Oak Staff Artist. Ilix 111111111 11'11.v xl1'i1ci1IX1 1'r'sisI11'sx 111111 311111115 Ilix 111111111111 11'1'1'1' .Ql'lIf1t', l'0llI!7IY1'1lIg, 111111 111111111. JANIIIS CO1f111.Y Entered from Sunset. Sunset Hi Band: Spanish Club: Basketball: Track: Scholar- ship Club. A 11i1ig1'111' x111o1111' 111111 101' 11111.il1'1' is f7t11l1. VVILMA COLE Entered from Fluyd High School. Sec- retary of Dramatic Club. Sbe 1111x 11 11111111 for 1111, 111111 ix 11 1111111151 411001, xj1111'f. Au NES COLE M AN Pep Squad: Scholarship Club: Dramatic Club. "A l1l1'V'l'J' 111'111'l gout 1111 I111' 1111,y." GIZOIKGIA COMAN Entered from Canton High School, Can- ton, N. C. Debating Team: Basket Ball Team: Scholarship Club: Glee Club: Girl Reserves: Acurn Staff: Several High School Plays. If .X11l'1lCl' ix go1111'11, ax fbey .i11-y, 1111111 fr11'l11111' xbe lzi11'x 1111 1'l'L'1'y 111151. SDLDON COT'l'ON Entered from Ceniral. Band: Orchestra: Spanilh Club. Tlwre 11111 11r1111' uf M11 S111il11'.t 1111115 111'r11111'111x 111' 1111x11'f gilfffll, B111 his 11'ix1' 1'1111'kx, 111' 1'111xx IIS Hll7IIlX1l1I11j' 1'11H1'11". SAM CRAISB Entered from Reagan. Crack Co. 'ZX: Scholarship Club '27, '28: Linz Award, Hn' ii 11 1111111, 1'111c1' 171111 for all 111 1111. .f px HAROLD CROss14:T'r Iintered from Central Oak Cliff. Or- chestra: Library Assistant: Junior Hi-Y: Scholarship Club: Linz Award. A man jv1.m'x.ml of xjllumliil hzlfnfx lllltl ll xouml jlnlgvzfvzf. FLOYD DAVIS lfntered from James Bowie. Officer Hi-Y: Dramatic Club: Radio Club: Crack Co.: Advertising Manager Acorn: Vice- President Junior Class: Ring and Invitation Committee Senior Class. He zvfm laughs lux! has jnrl Fzlllgljf ibc joke. JOHN HARRIS Entered from J. S. Hogg. Junior Hi-Y: Library Assistant: Scholarship Club: Na- tional Honor Society: President Seliolar- sliip Club '50. "A IIOILIA' lyfu' uf gnmf buroir mizfzlmmlf' FRANK DEAN lintered from Tyler Higli Seliool. Pan- American League: City Craek Co.: Camp Dallas: Spanish Club: lst Sgt. Inf. R. O. T. C. Lifflt' lm! lnnil. JOHN IDEERIQ Ilntered from Bryan High. Track: Senior Hi-Y. IIA' ilrnai ll i-I1 ufml ln' irrltlnltllzex. W. T. DIQRSON lfntered from Reagan. R. O. T. C.: Crack Co.: Art Club. In bent! lu' ix fuillnful and lmwzrsi, In lift' be ix ear'm'.vl izml frnr, In l'0Ilffl'.Yj' Heier Defi Iavfzing, IIr'x I1 Kt'IlfIl'l1IlUI fl7V0lIgb ami lbrougli. LETA MAI'1 DINRINS Entered from Bowie Scliool. lfssay Club: Art Club: Girl Reserves Cabinet: First Prize State Clay Modeling Contest '29: President Blues Cliauers Club '28g Acorn Artist: Dramatic Club. ln framing un tzrfixf, uri Imfb ifr't'r'mi1, To Illdlil' rome gumf, but ollvrrr I0 i',vc'a'1'1l. ESTA GENTRY lintered from Bowie. Girl Reserves: Gym Demonstration: Poppy Sale. iff flirt' I0 be rmllmzl 1l'Z7L'll you are mitnrullj nite. EDWIN DOUGLAS Captain R. O . T. C.g Crack Coq High Point Man Rifle Team 'ZSQ Hi-Y: Acorn Staff '50. lvllllllllilf you bah' fo ln' bix filrgrf? ADELYNE DImNsr'IEI.n Art Clubg Treasurer Art Club '50g Om Staff: Poppy Saleg Pep Squad. Tlnjx Iiflfv girl ix liflfllfll fur lm' Izrl, In Oak Clif? Higlm Srlmnl ilu' go! fuer clizrf. CLARK ETH ERIDGI-1 lintercd from Bowie. Linz Award four years: liverti Awardg National Honor So- cietyg Harvard Awardq Captain R. O. T. C.q Camp Dallas tliree yearsg Officer of junior and Senior Hi-Y's3 Business Main- ger of the Oak, They m'I'I'r fail zrlro Ira, S11I'I'I'ix ul- Ifilyi l'I'l1IL'IlX ilrrir I'ffm'l.w. Loius L. Essfxm' lfntered from Central. Glee Club: -lunior Hi-YQ Senior Hi-Yg liasketliiill Opercttag Seliolarsliip Club. I:l'll'l1lllj' uml lilzwl by all. FRIEDA FAI I. Entered from Hogg. President of 333 Art Clubg Dramatic Clubg Fssay Clubg Poppy Saleg Oak Staffg Social Committee '27, '2S. "A girl lI.'l' all like--.vIz'm'f uml fl'll'IllllvY.N VIIRGINIA FEI.Dr.R lintered from I.. G. C. Academy. Girl Reservesg Dramzltie Club. Sfuf ix Im izxsezlllflugt' of VIILHIV1' TI'tIl zir- lnex. JACK FOLSON1 Entered from Hogg. Hi-Yg Band Con- test '29g R. O. T. C.g Basket Ball: Track. Hr ilujeil in DL'lIft'71ll!lII Ilnll ll'lIL'7l ln' Iam lull, H111 7ll'It'l'fl7t'll'XX be nun I1 liirulvli' lull. Lrorix FREEMAN lfntered from Central, Oak Cliff. Op- erettag G. R. Cabinetg Girls, Glee Club: Gym TJCIIIOIISIYZIITOHQ journalism '29, '30. lim' fre! are of ligln' Hur' lllllllt' is fbi' air. NVILLIAM Euiiwoou Entered from Abilene. Graduinting from Abilene. A 11111 of 1111'ff11'. 11 3111111 boy. THOMAS GOODXVIN Entered from Sunset. junior llivY. VV? 1111 11111' lo li'11.n' 11111' "Tiny 'I'1111". J. D. GORDON Entered from Tioga High Selmnl '29, Track. A iylwinzl !lI1.Y1lIl'X.Y IIILIII 111111 11111k1'x 1111 01111 :Lazy 117 I111' 11'11r1.1. GEORGE GRAHAM Entered from Central High, Muskogee, Okla. 'Z7. Orchestra: Southwestern Or- chestra Delegate tn XVicl1it.1, Kansas: Schuh nrship Club: Secretary Xluiic Study Clubg All City Symplinny Orchestra. Hi' 1011's 1111 1in1111, 11111 i1'm'.x 11111 urg- 11'1'l luis 110okx. R. L. Gumm' Entered from Sunxet lligh 'l9. Qllifz' good 111' 1'1','1111ti1'1', PAYE HAYS Entered from Bowie '26. Girl Rescrvesg Spanish Clubg Morning Clmml Clulsg Dru- matic Cluhg Gym Demon-.trg1tion. Misrbivf fH'l'lPX f1'11111 fm' 111g 17VIlIl'lI vjvs ORA BETH HEISKIil.I, Entered from Hogg. Erench Club Gym Demonstration: Sclmlirsliip Club Radio Clubg Declanmtion Conteslg Op erctta. T110 11111111' 111111 11111111 1111 l'lL'l'j' fflllxllt N0 77l11I5fl'f'1 11v1'11.v. ANNA HENIJEIKSON Entered from Central. Scholarship Club National Honor Societyq G. R. Secretary History Clubg Editor of Oak. -'Mlllll' of g11111 111111 11'11ii1' rluy i1111:'1' zfifb f1'i1'11111i111'xx.', 11 ELMER HENIJIKICZKS linterctl from Sunset. Football Squad 'Z8g Dramatic Club. Ax 1m'r1fr1l'x flu' urzfviz' knigbl, Zn' 'lL't1.V gr't1rir111x ,fu all flu' lmlivx. KATHRYN H1-'ss lfntered from Bowie. Secretary IB Classg President of IA Class and 215 Classq Gym IDCl'I1UDSlfLlfl0l'IQ French Clubg lfrenclw Plalysg Big Sister Club: Operetta. Hlltllwpy um F, fI'0,'l1 vurr I lllll free, Why ftllilf ffwry all fn' l'UlIft'llfl'tI likv mv?" MILDliIilJ I-IINTOINI linteretl from Bowie. Social Committee Ilig IB Beauty Contestg ZR Vice-Prusiclentg linnd Spon-org Uperettng Acorn Staff: Co. C. Sponsor: Vice-Prerident Blues fllmsers Club. llur' 1u'uflir1v5.t mul guzzflwzmx :mike lm' llilfb l'ZIlIl'fllilljf mul lnuzlllr. LAURA NIIIANIS Hoxx'1.ANo linterecl from Bowie. Scliolnrslxip Clubg National Hunor Society: Oak Staff. 'lfml l'uri'.i'.-illlq 1:1111 an llixih' g:'ur1'- l11'I'1'l' bnlil, ww' 1111.-1'r1l-zc'l1i4'f1 jzzxl 11 few zrozrzwz jrmxmc. MORRIS PIOXVARD Ifntcred from RC.lgilIl. Milituryg Hi-Yg Footballg Crack Co. We 'zrmrk noi ffm! 5011 :run or lost, lillf fum' you ,flluviml Mr ganzr. JESSIZ IRWIN lfnteretl in '26 from Bowie. Ili' 1w'il1'.i lifflv flllil .t15vuk.x lux. LOUISI-' KliAI'llzY lmtered from Central Oak Cliff. Sclml- nrslwip Club: Gym l,CITlO!1Kfl"LlIi0Il1 Girl Rcservesg Dramatic Clubg Literary Club. fl lady is Hof llll'1lX7ll'L'll llkjl Iver im'ln'.v. LICWIS Kntsigx' Captain liootbnllq Basket liallg TFLICIKQ Acorn Staffg Secretary of "ll" Clubg Dra- matic Clubq Vice-President 415-4A Class. In afblvlirx nf uzwry lziml, bis l'LjIl1I1 it illlfvrlavillle fo fillzf. JAMES B. JUDGE lfntered frnm Main Avenue Higli. Sun Antonio. Spzmisli Clubg Ritliu Club: Oak Stuff. "O, bon' I lun' my lusxirfl MARY NEL1. KILGO lintercd from Reagan. Girl Reservesg Operettag Gym Demumtrnuiong Poppy Sale: Attended Hearne l'li3.,li '28g Dm- mnric Club: Pep Squad: Debate Club. flu ofwfz-ln'irr'ft'J zmfiilwl ufm can urgqln' H I H pm nuff ron . w'Il.AlA Kixximiox lxntured from Reagan. Puppy Ciirlg Member of Gym Department '26, 'Z7. "W'r1rlb, l'IllIl'tlX1', lirmnr. ilwn' irnlwil mm' ,XllXfU71AlVII'L' um! I7fY'fllI'IAQf7f uw." RALPII Klxsl-,Y lfntercd from Buwie. Ruliu Cilulag Nlember No. I .mtl PI'CNlLlQI1l Sump Club. Ifn' zrrvy ffm! 4'nlli'f'lur' nf xfmilju. LIANL KIRISX' lintered fmm Hope Street High, Slxreve- purt, Lu., linll '27. "fl: ftlil' in if 1111-1 in lllllllil tlolf. LA Fox' lfnrered frmmi Reagan. Military: Claudi- elnte for l.in7 pin for not being Absent in four years uf liigli seliiml: li. O. T, C. Crack Co. '28, '29. 114' fbul UIIIIUY umri riurlr Ibn will uf mlrlb and IIl'l'l'l' farfz 41 fi'i1'ml. Kfxti IRYN Li-.1-'Pt-,R lintered from DeLnv.1l.1 Sclmiil, lfort Xworrli. Pep Squndg Oak Stiffg Sulmlnr- sliip Clubg Clnls Officer 'ZSQ Girl Re- serve Treasurer: Program Cliuirmtm '29, '30g History Club. Slit' kuonzi zrlmf ilu' lcnnzvx lL'b4'7I ilm knows ii. l'lII.NIIiR Kumti lintcred from Central. Hr' xpfakx Il'Z7l'N be ix Ajrrlkrll fy, Lois Lf. VAN lfnlcrcd from Ccntrnl. lircncli Club: Gym Dcinonstrntiong Liturary Society: Girl Reserves: Scliolzirsliip Club? TX11' 111il1l1'xl 1111111111111 zcilfr IZ11' l11'1111'.xl Illfllil. Plimu, L1-1 XIILLOUX l'iHlL'IACLl from Ccntrail. Poppy Contest: Gym Demonstration: Class Beauty 'Z7: Vice-Prci. 4-B Class: Clmirmnn Ring Com- mittee: Sponsor of Co. "ILM '29, '50, A 11111175 f111'1' M1111 f111.i 11H1'11r'l1'1f 11111115 11 l111l. Glmczi-. L1Nns,n' lfntcrctl from Rc,1g11n. Scliolirxliip Club: National Honor Society. SI11' Il ill 1'iff11'1' fi111l 11 11'11j' 111' 11111k1' 11111: lflmwczis L1Nns1xY lfnrvrcd from Rc.ig.ln Scliool. WU' 1lo11'1 .i1'1' 111111 1'11u11gf1 In 111111 11111 11115 of Mx f1111lli. l3l.'r'1'v Lou l.INNl1 lmnlcrcd from San Antonio. Scliolirsliipg Girl Reserves: Spmnixli Club: l'.i11-1Xi1w1'ic,111 Club: Pep Squad: Sccrctary 3-A Class: Acorn Staff: Gym Iicmonstraiion. S1'11v1' ix 11l11' f11'f1111'fg 1111 ix fin! M11' j1l111111'. J. F. I,l'1"l'1.E lzntcrud from llonuy Grove lligli Sclmol. "fl lilfl1' l1'.z1'11i11g IY 11 1l1111xq1'1'11111 ff1i11,Q." Buixioian Lowi, lfntcrcd from Rt'.1g11n, C.1n1p lJ.1ll.1s: Sigue Crack Co. Drill, '27g City Crack Co.: lllticitiiuy Pin: Scliol.11'xliip Club: Vice-President National Honor Society: Oak Stiff: Hi-Y. l'11j111l111', i111111'I, 1'r111y1'11111l 11111f 111'11f: 111111 1111111' aj lbw girli think l71'i,X 111'1'Hy YlL'4'1'f. LUCll.l,li M1xssIiY l'il'lKCI'L'tl from Central Oak Cliff. Scliol- .irsliip Club: Sec. :intl Yiuc-Prcs. Spanish Club: Sec. I'.1n-American Club: Opcrcttnz Gym Demonstration: Girl Rcscrvcs. "Thou lmvf Ili-y 1'11lli11g In 1111111' j1111111'1' flr1r11'." HOWARD MAYS lfntered from Central. Bundy c,1'CllCS4 trap Oak Staff. "Can uw flaw f!10 muff? of ll gnml 1621137 JACK L. MQCAIN lintered from Hogg. Glue Club: One- Aet Playg Footballg Operetta. "lu allwlrlirx of l'l'l'V'j' fsimf, llis equal is html to fim1'," GEORGE MGDOWELL lfntered from Central. Crack Com- panyg Scholarship Club: Radio Clubg W. B. C. Clubg One-Act Play. llix fuz'orilr 7'1't'l'l'dffflII is frying to put bil rbwl in tr l7il'flH'1' fruuzr. EXIE MILLER lfntereel from Temple High, Spanish Club. Iixifi smile ix al Dlllrfv L'l4'tl.'1.u'r'-fi! ufmwx glomn. MIl.DlR1pD MILl,l2R lfntered from Hogg School. Style slwwg Gym Demonstratiun. T0 ffmxv :cfm know ffm' nut, no u owls um fmiul! Ami flwmr :Mm knoll i':1'i', klllllt' till uumlx lm' ftliul! HELEN NTONTGONIERY Entered from Paris High School. Music Study Clubg Operetta. Slum' ii mmluxi, buf nu! Imlilfzil. D. C. iWOORI2 lfntered from Reagan. Captain in R. O. T. C. Companies. Ob, if D. C. i'Vl0on' upralflrl rfruuge lui: rmuzv In "Sl1nly Morz'."' MAIKGARET MORIKISSEN' Entered from Hogg. Sclmlarslmip Clubg French Clubg Girl Reservesg Style Slmwg Poppy Saleg Gym Demonstration: Dramat- ie Club. Tberfs nofbiug ill nm Jzwll in xzlrlr 11 fz'11117Ie. JAMES MULLAN Entered from Marlin High. Bamlg R. O. T. C. lrlonor Bimclg Scholarship Clubg Senior Orehestrag Sanger Representativeg Band Contests, '28, 'Z9g National Honor Society. NtlflIl'l' in ber f7l'fltI1ll'fi0IIS slow, n.ij1i1'i'x B5 jus! ili'g1'l'vs fo l'l'1ll'I7 fll'l'fi't'fl0lIiK lirigbli. MAliGAliE'l' PARKS Blues Chasers Clubg Acorn Staffg Poppy Girlg Social Cliairman Senior ClaS'g junior Orchestra: Scholarship Club: Operettag Sponsor Co. B., '3Og Glee Club: Girl Re- scrveq Big Sister Club. "Ax .iiwrf and IlIll.YfI'lll in lfriglwi Ajmllrfx l11!i'.', JUANITA RAWIJNGS lintered from Bowie, Scholarship: Girl Reseryesg Gym l,Cl11Ol'lflfilIl0IlQ Oak Staffg Poppy Sale, '26, To kllllll' is io i'xli'i'i11, E1.izA1sE'ri1 Rl41Nl'liOXX" lintered from Central. Treas. of Climg Girl Reseryesg Poppy Saleg Gym Demonf strntion. Sln' ii gooif in Al,qi'l1ru, li ufvi: in Ciz iw, buf imrilvlr in nw, uml flmlfv l'lmVyxirx. GLAIBYS ROBINSON lintered from Reagan. Qjl'Cl1CSEf11Q Sr. Orchestra: Scholarship Club: Music Study Clubg Dramatic Clubg Debate Club. Mnfb mirffi will no IIIZIJIIIUAXQ All yooil um! no llizdwxx. T5'l.ENli SCOTT lfntered from Central Oak Cliff. Mem- ber of Home lfconomics Clubg Member of Big Sister Club: Style Show: Gym Dem- onstration, '27. Of 77liIHIIl'I'5 guvztlr. Dicgii Sl-Ll.l-.RS lfnterecl from Hogg. Acorn Staffg Na- tional Honor Socielyq Scholarship Club: French Clubg Highest Average in 3-A Class. Hi' bm Join' flu' work of if frm' man. I-IERBIZRT SEMONES lfntered from Bowie. Scholarship Clubg Crack Companyg Rifle Team: R. O. T. C.g Efficiency Pin. 1,17 albrrx bail fbi' l'i.l'ilIg mn. i.- . .,., ui- . DOROTHY SHANKS A wry nin' pupil um Dorolby Shanks, The fufully suyx, "Thanks, Domlby, lbunhsf' MAUDIE LEE Six Iintcrcd from Reagan. Gym demon- strazion. Tbrrifi' naugbl hui good of ber name. FRED SMITH lintered from Ccntrnl. Crack Com- pany: Football. Trm' uvrllw rmwli no ir1Icrfrrf'fuli0v1. KIANIKS SMiTii lfntered from Bowie. All ix uvll u'iIl1 bin: uylw IX lu'lr11ml of lm wiglwlwrs. LILLIAN EI.lZABli'l'll SMITH lfntered from Reagan, Vice-Prexideni Ili Class: B.llI3llElY1 Sponsor: Ilonorary Major: Operettn: Invitation Committee 4B Class: Queen of Carnival: Oak stiff: Acorn staff: Music Club: Lieut.-Cul. A liz 1'-rrin' rzvin' gel: xlrfrfiml wi. Auuxii Smmts lfntered from Bowie. R. U. T. C.: Camp Dallas: Crack Company. A faithful unrkwr in ull lliiutqi. EILEENI5 STARLING lfntered from H. Reagan. Gym Dem- onstration: Opcretta: Spanish Club: Pan- American League: "For the Love of Perch: Sec. of Scholarship Club: Spelling Contest: President of National Honor Society: Oak Staff. If work founts, .tzzrrevx ii lwrx, For lin wrord .ibouzs na llluri. PAT HENRX' STEVENS International Rotary Pageant: Operetta: Art Club: Scholarship: Girl Reserves: Mu- sic Study Club: Dramatic Club: Public speaking: Oak Staff: Girls' Glcc Club: Brunette Club. Ax you may XIIf7fl0Xl', sbt' hai pleniy of bvaux. LELAND H. STINSON Entered from Reagan. Ifnorballg State Band Contest: C. M. T. C. Camp. "Who l'1llI fUl'l'fl'11 for 1111111 bigb l'1llISf' Ibis D111'1i11.q of lbw Umlx 10111 11111'11?" ELIZABETH STRICK LAND limered from Trinity Heights. Blues Chasers Club: Sclmlnrship Club: Type- Writing Pin: Typcwriring Diploma: Oper- ettn. "S111' is 1111'1'11 1131 1111 ber f1'i1'1111s, 111111 she 0111 1111 1'111111111'.v." LILLIAN TARVIN Ifnrered frmn Wloodrmv XVil:0n. Schol- .lrship Club. "lf51'1 M111 11111111 ,wr 111'1' 1111 11111 ,w111111111'1' 11113 IIl14Q1J1 f11111 if 11111'11 111 f111'11 1111olb1'1' ll'llY1'.H B1au1.A11 THOMAS lfnlered from Bowie. Scholarship Club: N1lflI7I1.ll Honor Society. "C111'1'f1'1'1' 111111 0111111.33 yr! s1'1'ir1l1.x 11'111'11 116011 111'." l21xNrQs'1' W1x1a1m Entered from Reagan, Texas. "My 1'1'.111111!i1111.v j11111'1'11111111 I 111111' Holb- iflg of 11101111111 111 1111'. Nozv, f1'11111 1111111 111 foul, I 11111 1111111111' 1'1111.il1111f." MARY BLA NCHE WAR1i Entered from Central. Sch11l.irQhip Club: Art Club: lfssay Club: NX'inner of R. E. Lee liaszay Comest: Girl Rezerves. "Il A b111'11 111 fi1111 11 11111111 .vu f1111', 111- 1'1'1.lig1'111'1' 111111 wif .111 l'dl'l'.U MARY IXGNIZS VUARREN Entered from Reagan, Girl Rexerves: Big Sister Club. vw "A f11if11f111 f1'1r'1111 1.1 111'H1'1' M1111 540111. XVYNUOLLLN W1X'l'SON Entered from Sunset. Cheer lender: R. O. T. C. Crack Company Sponsor: Oak Staff: Acorn Staff: Librgxry Assifrant: Blues Chasers Club: Music Study Club: QDPCFCILQIZ Poppy Sale: Gym Deinonstrntion. "W'1'11:1V1"' 11111 fim' 111 bi 1' four' -y1'111'x of xrlmol, S111' 1'1'111'k1'11 1'l'l'V,'l' 1111z' 111111 17I'UlQl' 1'1'r1'Vy 1'1111'. - v- Q. PACE W'1.ixTHEit1sY lintered from Hogg. Commifsioned Of- ficerg Four Crack Cumpaniesg Tlirec Yearu Camp Dallasg Scliolarsliip Cub: Football: Rifle Team. "Rt'S0lll'Il, N01 In mira' if my bull ix nil." JANE Wr1BsTi-.it Iintcred froiu Reagan. Pep Squaclg Gym Demonstration: Sclmlariliip Club: Girl Re- Servesg Literary Club. Iwzlorx fu IIUIICQ fu .ill lei' .irizilv mlr11il.x. WII.LI.AN1 Wr.Bs'i'i it lfntered from Reagan. Ili and IA Pres- ident: President jr. Ili-Y.: Rifle Teaing Crack Co.: Camp Dallasg Fuurballg Track: 415 Treasurer: President Sr. Hi-Y. Au utblvfi' uml a Xfllllilll' xjrurfillzau, frm. Cl4.L,IL Mali vUkDIiL lfnteretl from Temple Higli Selitml. Sfii' 4111111 In 11.i if 5l'i'7l!lI'. Tl i' Hill? Ilivil fmil fm' .ill ilu' ulufe. ED XVIQST lintered friun Reagan. Tfrerc' is IIUIIL' like !7iHI, IIUNV. MINNI1-. W1G1i.xxi lfntered from Louiwille lligli Seliiwl, Louixville, Ky. Girl Reserves. ull i'lJt'rr1i.ilr'3, il AQLIIIIIA Il tn ,Xlirlfliu W'igfnl1l1g Anil in Illillfl fbi' multi rwullj figlm' 'l'7lI. BYRNMX XX'itIGi rl' lintered from Reagan. Pep Squad: Eli Sueial Committeeg -H3 Ring Committee. Vice-President, Social Chairman, Pin Chair- man. Girls' Glee Club: Operettal ACUN1 Staff: Prugrani Cliairnian Dramatic Club, 30. "Short um! iuwl, but long in ilu' Illflltla of z'1'i'r'yw1e." PHANIA WRIGll'l' lfntered from Reagan. Poppy Saleg Linz Award, '26g Selwlarsliip Clubg Gym Dem- omtrationg Tennisg Pep Squad: Spelling Contestg Iixtemporaneuus Speaking Contest. Iler' ifvmfx Ollffllll frm' u'0i'J,i .vo fur, 'Came ilu' ix our leuuix sim: TOM CLEVELAND Entered from Bowie. Baskctballg Cadet Officerg Camp Dallasg Best 2nd Lieuten- ant at Camp Dallas '29g Crack Company: Hi-Yg Aeorn Staff. In I'Ii-Y be iris ibr' jmw, In lmslzrl bull be if an aw. CHESTER HART Glee Club. Clwrxivr um tl singer of l'L'IIUlL'lI, To Iliff: we xlmnlrl gin' flu' Cmwri. DEVOUS HANSBOROUGH Cadet Officer: Lieutenant Colonclg Rifle Team. J. NW. KIAQKSON Entered from Central. Crack Co. Behalf!-u nmu of jlmnzixvl ROBIiRTA MOORE Entered from Central Oak Cliff. ludi- tor of Acorn 19303 Pres. Girl Reservesq Scholarship Clubg Senior Orchesrrag Social Chairman of the National Honor Societyg Junior Music Study Clubq Pin Chairman of Dramatic Clubg Operettag Gym Dem- onstrntiun. C0011 Ilzlfllff' and l'htIV'llI arf' ber sfrifcing qmllilirx. CURTIS HORN lintered from Reagan. Linz Pin: Busi- ness Manager Acorn 'BUQ Hi-Yg Pres. Hi-Yg Pres. All-City Hi-Yg Pres. ZB, SB, BA, 4B, 4A Classesg Debate '30, My miml usjvirrx fa bigfwr lbilzgx. ROBERT JOHNSON Ifntered from Tech. Glee Club. A likuhlc' rbap with ubilify, In .wlwoal he xbozzwl wrxrzlilily. DIELBERT W111GHT Scholarship Club. D1'II1c'rl uvarlzx haul ufl Ibm' lime, GN, llllf ifx Imral in 'lllllkl' flvix VIIIIP. 'wwf' CHRIS IJIXIIZ lfutcrcd from Hogg. Camp Dallas: thrcc Crack Compgmicsg Prusiclem of Spanish Clubg Spanish Dcclnmution Contcwtq Pan- Amcricun Lcugucg Scholarsliip Club. "A Pufriflc Hrnry bax VUIIII' In mrfb uynillf' ANI-.ITA B. RAWLINS lintcrcd from Sl. Louis, Mn. Orchcsirag Scholarship Clubq Art Clubg Spanish Clullg lfssny Club. "E1i'l'yll1ir1g llhlllfllflll ix lvzizlllu. To IQIION' lm' ix In luzi' frm." FRANK Siiorzu lfntcrcd frum Ruagzln. Conimissicmcd Of- ficer in R. O. T. C.: Crack Cumpanicsg Camp lyllllklm nlZlL'F'X'!H1l' AHUIIY fu' ii in lfig in al fmriw, fur! in .1 iI'ililuvg l'Llf7fillII fu"x all right, of i'unr.ii." ANNIE MAE GAss,xxx3-xv lfntcrcd from llc.1g.m. Girl Rcscrvcsg Art Cilubg Big Sister Club. "ll"i.xifwlf illlil AXf1!OlllIA','Y uri' fllfill fmrm Dui'fn'.il 1: izlcri ffnu Iliff! ffm' frail fmi.ii'." FAIRA Giucsisx' "IIN znim' zum vim' wfi, gulzflv, uml lung im i'xu'lli'l1l flviuxq in zzrnzmuf' XVILN1 A GARLOQLK Eixtcrcd from Slcclc High, Dayton, Ohio. lirnduntcd in vlA1HU.'lI'j. rrwllzlf an lnonm' jmlul unix W'i.'1m1 Gin'- 'U1'k, SUIIH' Jay 111 fm' ilonr flflfllllfllllifj' will kum'k." W1il.DON Luis lfnlcrccl from llowic. Capt., R. O. T. C.g Cfrncla Cmupaiiyg CZIINP 1j11llLlSQ llifY. "fl friwzil unrfln i'11lli1'i1li11g." I , x , iw v' ,Q f "bf .f. mix-'.x -1 " ,l ,yu . '1 HI 1 J x 4,14 K - . a 1 1 FC LX, rip MWYH 6?17Zd'6l'6fd.Y.Y77Z67Z mvu,', TOM HALLIBURTON AUSTIN Lu, HATCHILL LYNNILI, NIAPI 3A Clan Ofjqwrs AUSTIN LEE HATcHIiI.I . fPl't'.'Tit1CI7f TOM HALLIIIURTON . . . . Xrjfl'-yjl'l'Xjtlf'l1f LYNNIALLL IVlAPI,ES . Sf'l'l'f'flIl'j' and K1-l'l'dSIll'l'l' LOUISE TUCRLR . . . falltlifllltlll Sofia! fozzzzzziffaff' MISS AIQATIIA MCLAIKRY ....... Sjwrzxm' Scfaolarsbip Cjron 12 CORIPIQRE BASOM .... High w'll'l'l'flgl' of 3 Ufx JESSE CHAR1BERS AUSTIN LEE HATCHIZLI. ERWIN DU PRE DAVID PEELER GLADYS WHlTTLIfSl'.H' Nafiolfal Honor GENE SANDLIN DAVID PEELER lDl'HllldfiC'S CINDA JANE SINIMONS Om' :Aff Play LYNNILLI- MAPIUES . . Om' QAM 'Play 31117611 Offifvrs JAQR BROGDON FINIS BROWN BOB HARDINO Alexander, Joserlhine Bartlette Maxie Jeane Burke. Edith Burnett, Genevieve Howard, Elizabeth Jared, Kathleen Knight, Martha Lucille Basom, Compere Bivings, Harrell Brantley, Marvin Brolzdon, Jack Brown, Finis Brown, R. I. Carlisle, J. B. Chambers, Jesse Chitwood, Milton Conner, Herschel Cooper, Eugene DuPre, Erwin 3 A Group 3A GIRLS Lambert, Grace Lawson, Nora Lee, Zella Ruth Longmire, Ottamies Maples, Lynnell McCrary, Della Louise McGill, Nena Bee Miller, Margaret Mitchell, Joanna North, Florence Pender, Florence Philbrick, Ethel Potter, Margie Ridley, Marguerite Roundtree, Edith 3A BOYS Epps, Ernest Gafford, Ben Garland, Homer Hale, Acel Hallaman, Charles Halliburton, Tom Hampton, Thomas Haskins, L. B. Harding, Bob Harris. John Hatchell, Austin Lee Hay, John Hooper, Henry Johnson, Clayton Louchard, Bill Martin, Frank McDowell, Winfield McMains, Eric Oliver, R. B. Parker, Stephen Parsons, Raney Peeler, David Salmon, Ada. Sandlin, Gene Simmons, Cinda Jane Stanton, Alberta Tarvin, Lillian West, Frances Whittlesey. Gladys Peterson, Harry Pipes. Dean Purtell, Dwight Robinson, Mikell Shaw, Billy Sides, Horace Stroud, Lemuel Taylor, Eugene White, Winston Wyman, Claton Yates, Mackey 1 , V ai We U .-at ,., ik i Lv DOROTHY CHARLES JOHN ROAOH GORE CARNLS 313 Class Ojfvers CZHARI IES GOIHZ . ..... 'Prvsli tllf DORO'l'HY IKOACH . . . . . Vit?-'l7l't'Xllt 11 JOHN CARNLS . . . . St'l'l'l'flIV,X' 111111 T7At'tl.YllI Miss lVlARGARliT H:Xl!lilS ....... Sflflllvll Svfaolfzrxbip Cjrou p MAGNA CU M LA UUE Cozby, Edna Earl 99 Daley, Mildred 95 Douglass, Robbie 97M Franklin, Melva 96M Herring, Eloise 97 Jones, Dorothy 96 Leeds, Martha 96lQ, Marable, Helen 97'Q Matthews, Irma Peeler, Elizabeth Stephenson, Mary Xe Wilson, Betliine 97 I CUM LAUDE Adams, Eva Adams, Marie Bourland, Kathryn Bryan, Hazel Carnolian, Macario Carrell, Maxine Davis, Catherine Davis, Marjorie Dunbar, Wilnagi Dunn, Virginia Gates, Jessie Mae Helton, Rubye Roach, Dorothy Robinson, Clifford Spencer, Mary Louise Wfalker, Mildred NViIkinson, Virginia l'l1 Ll V 0527?-5, WVINONA GROVER STELLA BLAINE STARLING SYPERT QA Class Ofj9'c'ers LSROVLR S'I',xRI.INcQ . ..... PresiII'I'11f XYIINONA BI.IxINIi . . . xiii?-'Pl't'Xfl1ln'Ilf STELLA SYPIiIz'r . . . Sl'l'l't'ft1l'j' and Treaxzzrvr MODINI1 TUQIQIQLR . . . . .elcorn Kvporfvr MISS X7IRGINlA ROOTLS . . .... Sponsor Scfaolarsbip Grou 19 MAGNA CUM LAUD1-L Gamble, Mary 95 Tonn, Mary Bell 95 LQ Ogle, Ethel 95 Tucker, Modine 98 CUM LAUDE Adams, Eva Baker, Ruth Blaine, Winona Knighton, Robert Poore, james Large, Billy Cosby, Yvonne Dickson, Margaret Edmondson, William Elliott, Claudia Frost, Herschel Gamble, Margaret -.xi Martin, Ada Rhea Rowntree, Winston Sutherland, Lonnie Sypert, Stella Stringfellow, Doyle Wiley, Julia fifzefi UCIAQM if ,V X K, if 52 .ff-' ,ff- .Y Y' ,ff-Y3,,,...f...,,......,.. ,,imh -....,,Z,2 '-- lijj ,, "' -- . Q.: - X331 j f ,Y 'fa.Xii, K VV ,x Q Adams, Eva Adams, Martha Baker, Ruth Birdwell, Nina Black, Bonnie Mae Blaine, Winona Eomberger, Marian Bullman, Louise Cherry, Dorothy Childress, Oleta Cofer, Mary Ann Copley, Rose Nel Cosby, Yvonne Alexander, Ander Anglin, Marc Biggar, James Bledsoe, Dick Britton, Homer Burt, Lamon Coker, Charles Cravens, Howard Crowson, Chester Daves, Bert Dobbins, Ira SOD 2A Group Crain, Frances Cunningham, Gertrude Dickson, Margaret Diffey, Estelle Discher, Anna Joe Edmonson, Bernadene Elliott, Claudia Fleeman, Lorina Freeman, Corrie Gamble, Mary Garvin, Evelyn Goin, Winnie Joe Edmondson, William Edwards, Phillip Frost. Herschel Gardner, Clarence Hare, Almon Honeycutt, Edward Howard, Robert Huber, Otto Irwin, Walter Johnson, Vincent J ordan, Elmo 2A GIRLS Hamilton, Paralce Hassell, Mary Isabel Hill, Edith I-Iolyfield, Dorris Hughes, Ruby Hurt, Dorothy Huston, Dorothy King, Dorothy King, Marie Langford, Abbie Lemen, Nina Jewel McCullar, Reo McDowell, Helen 2A BOYS Knighton, Robert Lar. b, Russell Inngley, William Large, Billy Lawrence, Kenneth Lindsey, J. A. Lunday, Carroll Mann, Jim Moore, Edwin Parks, Robert Parrish. Beverly 729 0 f Martin, Ada Rhea Neff, Jane Nicholson, Mary Ogle. Ethel Peery, Anna Louise Pierson, Twila Pitts, Mary K. Pruitt, Ruby Rhodes, Gladys Schulz, Wilma Scott, Marie Skelton, Doris Sprague, Natalie Poore, James Ragle, Howard Robinson, William, Rowntree, Winston Russell. James Scott, Jack Shaw, Billy Spencer, Billy Sperry, Walter Starling, Grover . ,,,iif"'il H " Steger, Nita Mae Sypert, Stella Taylor, Bula Tomlin, Elizabeth Tonn, Maybelle Tucker, Modine Weaver, Esther 1 Weaver, Leone Webb, Margaret Wells, Nedra Wiley, Julia Worden, Addie Stringfellow, Doyle Sturdivant, James Sutherland, Lonnie Swatek, Robert Threadgill, Edwin Trube, Albert Weaver, Francis Whipker, Richard White, Jimmy G. Zear, Glendale v LUCILLE PAUL Oven MCLEROY JoNIes Essmw 2B Class Officers PAUL JONES . . . . 'Prvsiifrzzf LUcII.I.12 McLI5RoY Oven ESSAIAY . . VIRGINIA MEllElJITIi . Miss WINNIE LANGFORD Vin'-Tr'0sirff'11f . . . . . Sl'l'7'f'Il!1l'j' flnzirnzazz Social fomnziffvc . . Sponsor Scholarship Grozz p Nl.-XGNA CUM LAUDE Atkinson, Vada Marie 97 Carlson, Glenn 95 Beattie, Martha Alice 99 Goerner, Fred 97 Bell, Josephine 95 DQ Holt, Elizabeth Burnette, Avis 9 5 CUM LAUIJE McDowell, Norma 95 LQ McLaughlin, Fay 97 Rhoads, Delmore 95 Burchelte, Richard Carter, Elizabeth Geser, Leon Carter, Ruth Gillespie, Elizabeth Chapman, Cathryn Griffin, Mary Olive Cleveland, Mary Jane Connell, Winona Conner, Nellie Dellitt, Virginia Elsberry, Evelyn Hahn, Edwina Hill, Winnell Holder, Katheryn Holt, Elizabeth Kinsey, Edna Palmer, Alice Parker, Elizabeth Pope, Fletcher Spence, Edward Thomas, Jessie Whittleseyf, Merrill Wilson, Helen Marie Lowe, Evelyn Mangum, Adelyn Marx, Mary C. Meredith, Virginia McLaughlin, Fay Moore, Haydn Nichols, Rip Oliver, Jessie Mary 2B Group Alexander, Joe B. Allsopp, Theresa Atkinson, Vada M. Baker, Lennie Bari-entine, Lenora Bartlett, Ellen Bea11,Alyeene Beatty, Martha A. Beckham, Bernice Bell. Josephine 2B GIRLS Bracken, Eloise Brawley, Kathryn Hriekey, Felice Brown. Mildred Burnette, Avis Carter, Elizabeth Carter, Ruth Chapman, Cathryn Cheek, Dorothy Childs, Rosemary Cleveland, Mary J. Coleman, Catherine Congleton, Pat Connell, Winona Conner, Nellie Coober. Maxine Cosgrove, Eulah Crowell, Dorothy Dellett, Virginia Eason, Mary Ethel Eble, Kathryn Ellington, Maurine Elmer, Lucy Anna Elsberry, Evelyn Epps. De Etta Faulkner, Lucy M. Ford. Maxine Gafford, Beth Gates, Edith Giesecke, Alice Gillespie,Elizabeth Green, Eula Mae Griffin, Mary Olive Bonner, Ed Boothe, Kenneth Brantley. Wilson Brewster, J. C. Brownlow, Eugene Burchette. Richard Carnes, Ralph Cayton, Frank Chatelain, Joe Clark, William Cleveland, Edwin Comfort, Ralph Conway. Jack Corley, Quentin Council, R. C. Cox, Valter Culwell, Paul Carlson. Glenn Davis, Jack Davis, Roy Davlin, Ren0 2B Group Continued Hahn, Edwi na Hardin, Penelope Haynes, Dollie L. Hill, Winnell Hinson, Bessie Holde1', Kathenry Holt, Elizabeth Hooper, Dorothy L. Gladys Hooper, Hopkins, Grace Hunter, Anna Hunter, Nanelle Jones, Gladys Kemn, Margaret Kennamer, Margery Kennedy. Mercedes Kincaid, Bernice Kinsey, Edna DeFord, B'urnice Dickson, Elvis Dillon, Ed Dorsett, Gilbert Drane, Meritt Elkin, Theodore Essary, Oved Flowers, William 'Foley. Joe Foster, Alfred Geiser, Leon Gharis, Fred Gladish, Jack Goerner, Fred Gooch, Goma Gray, Ralph Gruneisen, Charles Hale, Nolan Hamilton, Edwin Hardcastle, Herbert Q Lee. Eugenia Lowe, Evelyn LeBlanc, Jean MacRae, Adda J. McAdams, Lois McLaren, Vida McLaughlin, Fay McLeroy, Lucille Mangum, Adelyn Marx, Mary C. Mason, Tommy Mathews, Cora Mathews, Nora Meazelle, Hazelle Melton, Louise Meredith. Virginia Monroe, Mary Jo Moore, Marie 2B BOYS Harris. George Hayslip, Harrison Henson, Lewis Hetherington, Chas. Hobbs, Henry Hood, Spencer Hosty, John Humphries, Gordon Humphrey. Richard Hunter, Joe Ianni, Joseph Irwin, William Jones, Paul Kennedy, Ed Knott, Douglas Lindsay, W. L. Lundnay, Jim McCain, Rea McCollum, Elmo McDowell, Norman f nf 1, . Mosshart, Eunice Niblo, Marguerite Norvell, Peggy Oliver, Jessie Mae Palmer, Alice Parker, Elizabeth Parker, Ernestine Phillips, Gredaline Prince, Katheryn Pulliam, Lula Quillin, Martha Quarles, Arlin Russell, Connie Russell, Jewel Sampson, Fern Skinner, Catherine Stinson, Vivian Stroud, Juanita McHam, Hugh McLarry. Malcolm Mazers, James Mallory. Curtis Mangum, Preston Martin,Ronald Martin, Sam Moore, J. Hayden Murray, Fred Naillimz, Jim Nichols. Rip Wood Nolen, Everett Ockels, Roy Patterson. Alphons Pearson, George Peeler. Ewing Pollock, Henry Powers, Oscar Rhoads, Delmure Roy, James ,f Y- . - '.' 5 ...i-. .w 3 if 45 nf i wx f J- , 1 --' 1 5- if , 1 P r :J km E...-LJ X .spfwf ,. X N. 0 Sutherland, Archie Mae Thomas, Jessie Thompson, Mildred Tunnell, Rosemary Wallace, Aline Walton, Wilma White, Cathryn White, Elva Whitford, Bettie M. Whittlesey, Merrell Williams, Fay Williams, Grace Wilson, Helen M. Windsor, Frances Wright, Ardith Wright, Juanita Zinn, Kathryne Runck, Lewis Sanderford. Doward Sanders, Charles Scruggs, John Skipwirth, Raymond Smisson, William Silence. Edward St. Clair, Dale Stanley. J. W. Stark, Rex Steger, Tom Thomas, Clarence Wakefield, Burrel Walters, A. D. Webber, Ford Webster, Robert Wiggins, Kloyce VVilson, James Wilson, Travis Worley, Macon H1 1,1-QN NLXRY K. E1.s11i Rumi 1.5 EVANS E1.111iR I A Class OffC6F5 B'lARY KAT111i1a1x1-, EVANS . . . 'l'rvxi1l1'11f H1-L1 N RIIJDYLS . . . . View-'l'1'1'xi1f1'11f EISII E1.1m111t ...... S!'t'l't'ftIl'ij' 111111 'TI'l'LI,NIlI'l'V' IJOROTIIY L121 XY7l.BI3, flmirzmxzzg AN1'1'A Timxwsox . . GIpOliGI'. CllIiSTNU'l' ..... il7I'0gV!1!lI f-0llIHIffft'l' IDAN LAMBLR, Toxmm. BA'1'1.s . . fil7t't'l' L'4'u:1'w'x Miss IXNNI- PA'1'1uci1x . . . . Sjnozzxor Svbolzzrslzip Qrozz ja NLXGN A Cu A1 LA U 1112 Chestnut, George 98315 Elder, Elise 96 Couch, Frankie Lou 97341 Alexander, Louise Bennett, Edna Bowen, Williglm Brant, Beulah Couch, Frankie Lou Clark, Margaret Elder, Elise CUM LAUDIZ Evans, Mary Katherine Howell, Maurice Lineburger, Bernice Riddels, Helen Shelton, Fay Thompson, Anita e-.,. Alexander, Louise Allen, Helen Mac Allen, Mae Baker, Florence Bates, Tommie Bennett, Elva Brackeen,Georgia Brant, Beulah Bridgewater, Phyllis Bryan, Gertrude Cardwell, Rosa Lee Carlton, Edna Clark, Margaret Cook, Kathryn Couch, Frankie Lou Alford, Ermine Armitage, Robert Bennett, Don Benton, C. W. Berry, Richard Bogardus, Robert Bowen, William Brown, Chauncey Bryant, Alguien Chestnut, George Cline, John Credille, James Darby, Clarence Denman, Cole Dobbins, Glenn . .1 V .tin H ' K , .f A -5 , r 'iifa-fAsg1J,wii"'ega-' ez,-.14 , v 1w,awggf.,f,fmn-A ,,le, .,,,,. ,,, f , 1 Qlf'-T355 ,A ,p as - fgffff -- "'Q4'wys:1:. IA Group 1A GIRLS Cummings, La Verne Herring, Florine Davis, Flossye Davis, Katherine Edwards, Anne Elder, Elsie Evans, Mary Katherine Galey, Ouida Garvin, Katherine Glidewell, Gene Goodenough, Alice Griffin, Lucille Herrington, Carmen Hill, Marguerita Hill, Marshall Holbrook, Willise Howell, Maurice Johnson, Naomi Keith, Leola Lindly, Mamie Lineberger, Bernice Lollar, Gladys McDaniel. Evelyn Hamilton, Lola Maye McGuire, Marguerite Harrison. Pauline Henry, Mildred Dobbs, Maurice Dean, Houston Ferguson, Hershel Frensley, Harold Fussel, Thomas Garland, Ben Gillespie, Bill Given, Alvin Good, Aubrey Goodenough, Walter Hamell, Claude Hansborough , Norman Hartwell, Claude Hawkins, Tom .-..., Mascho, J une IA BOYS Henderson, Jack Hendricks, J. P. Hill, Gotha Humphrey, Reagan Jagers, Claude Jordan, Carl Lambert, Dan Lee, Harrell Linn, Hal MacGillivan, Gordon McCord, Milton McKemie, Robert Mann, 0. C. Maupin, Harold Mason. Dorothy Meachum. Irene Miller, Beatrice Miller, Minnie Morrison, Frances Nolen, Cora Northington, Mary Helen Poelock, Hortense Pope, Ruth Purselley, Evelyn Ray, Jane Richardson, Modena Riddels, Helen Minter. Harry Monson, Clifford Nabors, Howard Neal, Herman Parker, Harry Peery, Francis Pierce, William Pinkston, Nat Pond, Charles Prim, Allan Dale Reed. William Roberts, John Saunders, James Scherer, Howard t- if nib 'Kjfh . fr ,W ,5jf'!69 M21 s. Samuel, Juanita Sarvis, Louise Savage, Marguerite Scott, Clara Belle Shanklin, Ethel Mae Shaw, Lois Shelton, Fay Smith, Pauline Thompson, Anita. Thompson, Dorie Todd, Dorothy Ticker, Edith Watkins, Fay Webb, Dorothy Lou Simpson, Alvin Steindorf, Mike Stokley, Manson Sutton, James H. Terry, Roy Theophilaros, James Vann, Cecil Weete, Melvin Westerlage, William Wheless, Stanley White, Bob Williams, J. T, Wohleke, William Worley. Charles -- my-Q NIARGI-,RY Roisrlzi' M,xlxcQAR12'1' GRUISISS I-Ali-.wnrgusox Sc:oTT I B Class Ujwcers Roisrul ldl'NlTlliSON . 'l,I'l',Njtft'llf NMRG1-.1u' Gkumss . . . l'in'-'Prrxidrrzl Nlfxkcg,-xml-'I' Scori . Srrrrfrzrli aml 'TI't'l1YIll'l'I' Mus. fvllNNIl. l3RAAlI,l-.'I"l' . . . SPOIISOI' BCl1CllLllll, Billy Bell, Gerald Belle, Dean Carnes, jim Crouce, Marjorie Davis, Leonard Scfaolzlrsbip CJVOIIIY MAGN .Vx CU Bl Lixuni-3 Hooper, Willibel Dixie, Lindsey Dunn, Martha Erwin, Edyth Didwell, Mary linrdner. Alice Goodwin, lack Hahn, Frances Smith, Lorraine Cum Li-xunn - Grubbs, Margery Henderson, Robert Humphries, Floyd Keith, XWillin.in Kinnnnion, Xvilnm Francis Lady, Catherine I B Group IB GIRLS Amlei-son, Oleta Bnrba, Blanuhe Chamberlain, Abbey lluhbels, Vera Baker, Iiannia Burnett, Virginia Childs. Ruth llnke. Novclle Baker, Lois Black, Velma Cohler, Eva. Ilnnn, Martha Barker, Estelle- Bonham. VVan4la Ruth Cole, Agnes Erwin, Eilyth Barker, Mahota Booth, Ilortha Mae Cox, Loise Estep, Katherine Barnes, Mildred Bowen, Jeanette Cram1'oril, Mary Rota Fall, Virginia Batson, Frances Brantley, Alive Crouch, Marjorie lfnilna, Alma Len Beard, Geneva Cansler, Helene llegen, Loola Gallaway, Earlirze Bell, Deane Carlisle. Virginia Ili-ees, Helen Gardner, Alice Lee, Lucille Littleton. Hannah O'Reilly, Elsie Roberts, Edwin Spenser, Dorothy Westoii, Billy NX!iley, Grace Gates. Lucille Gladden, Jean Glover, Elizabeth Graham, Lois Green, Gladys Greene. Mildred a hreenslaile, Genevieve Grubhs. Margie Hahn, Frances Hale, Louise Hall, Sybil Hargett, Helen Harrison, Gwendolyn Hawk, Clyde Heafer, Vera Madeleine Hinckley, Marjorie Holder, Satis Hooper, Willibel Hughen, Billy Inge, Inez Johnson, Bernice Johnson, Kathryn Jones, Helen Kinnamon, Euphemia Lacy, Katheryn Joyce Lanier, Athalie Avera, Stanley Barksdale, Clark Beachum, Billy Beachum, John Bennett, Tad Beyer, Sylvester Bond, Billy Bonds, Delwyn Boykin, Carlton Branch, Taylor Brown, A. 0. Carlton, Bert Carlton, Harmon Carnes, Jim Carr, Travis Clark, Harry Cochran, Preston Cogburn. Sylva Coleman, Joe Conglelon, Jack Crow, Cecil Crowell, Walter Curtis, Walter 1B GIRLS-C0lZfiIZ1l6d Lawson, Katherin Lee, Doris Mildred Lee, Lucille Lindsey, Dixie Linxwiler, Audrey Littleton, Hannah Lackey, Florence Lyman, Maurine MacRae, Geox-gene McAlister, Doris McB'eth, Anita McCameron, Lucile McCarty, Frances McDowell, Virginia McQueen, Elizabeth Mann, Lois Manning, Cloradee Martin, Mable Jo Daniel, Kenneth Darnell, Carl Doc David, Davis, James Davis, J. T. Davis, Leonard Davlin, Eugene Day, Eugene Dial, John Dutton, Elmer Early, Jack Felder, Adolphus Ferguson, Tim Flowers, Eugene Frye, Gerald Fudge, Ben Garmon, Renno George, Lloyd Gilbert, J, C. Goodwin, Jack E. Goodwin, Jack. A. Goodwin, Milton Greer, James Mason, Louise Mattoon, Mayabelle Maupin, Dorothy Melton, Grace Miller, Eugenia Morrow, Elzie Mae Nelson, Vera Nolen, Evelyn Novell, Jewel O'Neal, Allison O'Reilly, Elsie Belle Peese, Sylvia Perkins, Ruth Pei-kings, Virginia Peters, Margaret Pierson, Chrystelle Poque, Lucille Prewitt, Grace IB BOYS Gurly, Dabney Hamra, George Harris, Cline Hayslip, Conley Henderson, Robert Homeyer, Elmer Horton, Millard Huffer, Robert Humphries, Floyd Humphrey, Jack Hurt, Earl Erwin, Bill Jennings, Grover Johnson. Phillip Keith, William Kerns, Jewel Lamb. Luther Lee, Clarence Liles. Herrell Lindsay, Kenneth London, J. U. Lowrie. Jeff Lowe, W. A. Reynolds, Mildred Richards, Paula Ring, Jewel Robinson, Elizabeth Rogers, Fay Rotenberry, Mildred Salmon. Anna Jeanne Scott, Margaret Sheehan, Anna Simmons, Evelyn Singleton, Laura Skelton, Oma Rae Smith, Lauretta Smith, Lorraine Spain, Mildred Spencer, Dorothy Stringfellow, Mildred Taggart, Eleanor McMains, Alvin Marx, Frank Mills, Jimmie Moon, John Mullan, Malcolm Newsom, Aubrey O'Neal, Wallace Parrish, Billy Parr, Henry Payton, H. John Perry, Jack Philley, Wayland Ridge, Eugene Roberts. Edwin Rood, Finous Rood, Wiley Russell, Lloyd Savage, Coleman Schell, Wilson Scudder, Johnny Shanks. Reed Shaw,Ed Smith, Edwin C 35062 QQEZFJ Tatum, Cloda Theall, Alline Thomason, Marie Thompson, Geraldin Tidewell, Mary Frances Truly, Virginia Turner, Omega Wainscott. Mildred Walston. Mildred Webb, Maxine Wherry, Louise White, Mildred Wilder, Esther Mae Wiley, Grace Wimberly, Lillian Wix, Myrtle Lou Works, Hazel Snence, Edwin Sprague, John Starke, Robert Stephens, Ralph Sanguinet, B'ill Tennison, Bill Tinnin, Glen Townsend, Hershel Traverse, Jack Turner, Fred Van Riper, Robert Vantreese, R. B. 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I'llgln'.vl f1.'I14'r'ug1' in l'l3 lxluxx The following wlxmc pictures do not appear, deserve honorable mention: XVILMA DUNBAR . . FRIFDA FAI,l, . MARSHALL Hll.l,. . JUNE MASCHO . W!llllll'l' in . W'lnm'r in 'Prn null lule 'ilmzrlllg . . Xvllllllfl' lu 'limnlml 'l,lL'flll'A . . . . . unlllllfl' in 'Pfurwl IZTHEL MAF SHANKLIN . . Om' of flu' Tlmu' f,IIlH'1'?'l 3ll1.vl4'1'x HONVARIJ MAYS . . VIRGINIA MliRIiDI'I'H . DOROTHY HOOPER . OMA RHIQA SKliL'l'ON . GUS MORIil.AND . . . , .... . W'ir1 NUI' in fily Slrwlliug f1lIllfl'Xf Cnulvxl ul Slulw I-'aff ' fmllul ffl Slulr lilly' 'llmlzrirlxqx flf Slulr l'-Llll' in 'lhfllm lllglr Sflmulk filly Slwlllllg lNllllfl'5f . Om' of flu' fI'l7r'rr' 'limi 'PlxllllAl.Y nf lln' 'Dullav lllglr Srlzfmlx . . . . . . lfimf in 'llrmnl f'lHlll'.Kf All Stull' lizlz' . . . Swmml lu f-Mkt' 'linking fmrlml ul Slulr lfulr . Snllllnuhvl zflllldffl IV Golf llmulllinll '29 Ci .xml I-'iiiiiaiimi ANNA Hixni-.iisox Claxiut EAI'Hl'liIIX,l'. jimi :QS Boom-1 . MISS HM1ii.'i'oN 7 MISS Hammocpit i Rouitkifx Mooiuv i CU1i'I'IS PlORN FLOYD Davis l lfileene Starling Mary Buford Frances Anim Kathryn l,eeper Kathryn linurland Ina Moodie Calhoun Laura kleane Howland -Iarnes judge Billy Burke .Xxxx ,Iixil S Hi xiii iuox linux' 7716 1930 Qui Staff . . . 6 ilflm' 'li ll.xflli',u --lfill1cl!Q1'I' -.1.v.ii.ifi111! 'lilfximnu -qfzll1tlAQ4'l' THF STAFF Martha leeds lyhyllix llimnpwii Myra louise Davis I' i Clyl1ihlCf.llllUCl1 llorotliy Roach Iiurfortl Lowe liarhara Oswald :Xneita Rawlinx XVilma liinnanion Mildred Springer George McDowell Mary Gamble lltlwin Mooic Sain Carnes l.dna Bennett Margie Potter Lucille Massey .lane XY'ebster Sfmmurx IIll1lI'lll'j' -WI4'1l1fu'ri .Iu.inii.i Rau hnggw I hiu.1l'tl Xlaw fi. kl.ln1eS liixle ,Xtlelx n llranxheltl Yirgiiiia Wioinlx Yirgginia ci.ll'lCl' Ciraee l,nitlS.ii' I .ine Clifton Myra louise Davis Although Juanita Rawlings was leading in the Subscription contest when the count was taken, Margie Potter and Lucille Massey ran her a very close race. We wish to express our appreciation to the following workers who did not get enou h Subscri tions to be on the re ular Staff: P g Virginia Felder Hazel Bryan Maxine Ford Robert lleiideiwuii Elizabeth Gillespie Anna Mae Gaswway Ralph Vfalters lftl Shaw Frieda Fall Mary Blanche Whire ilim Carnes Louise Sarviw Beulah Thomas lfarl Bauer ww 1 f ,ix Q, , 'T R in fzf gg gb R 'Y xi? . , - Ta . 'D P' 1 ., A xx mf 1 - 1,13 1 jx i NK ,1 . + W Q2 M 11 1 1,1 1 111,11 QTARNI S N1CkCUI,I.L7l'Il Hoxx'1.fxN1u PO'l"I'l R CL-XLIIOUN .M . fvQ3'Qx11 M A .-1 fs , 1.1K,mI' ,LL . KN, N, ' A ff-ak ' 7' W if -' me W W 1 -WK R513 T" L ' - 2? 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' yn V f y XY'A'1'soN XXVLBSTYR XY'R1u11T CARSON LINNE XY'1,A'1'111 Rm' DINMNS CH.-xsl' M1 Rl 111111 CEOMAN E111 1 Nl Silxiu im, . . Yjl'L',Njlll'lIf Bum onli LOXYI Vin'-T1'uxiifri1l Viiacixia Caiwi 1: . . Si-rwfilzjy Nz1f1'0f1al Honor Society No honor conferred by the school excels that represented by the National Hon- or Society. It represents the fundamental objectives for which schools are instituted and gives recognition to those who have attained most nearly the desired ends. Other honors at the disposal of the school are only partial in the sense that they recognize specialized ability, skill or talent. Throughout history man has recognized the value of such distinction and in one way or another has marked for special hon- or those who excel. Ancient and medieval universities established their honor socie- ties. ln modern times, the coveted honor or election to Phi-Beta Kappa outranks all other distinctions in universities. ln your election to the National Honor Society, the faculty is honoring you for the attainments you have already made, and is show- ing its faith in you that you will continue to excel and thus cherish the ideals of this school. The Constitution of this national organization recognizes four cardinal princi- ples as fundamental in all educational practices: 'QScholarship, character, leadership, and service." Not more than 15 per cent of any 4A class, not more than 10 per cent of any 415 class, and not more than 5 per cent of any' 3A class may be elected into the so- ciety. Any active member who falls below the standards which were the basis of his election to membership shall be dropped from the chapter. It is often asked how members are chosen to this organization. Grades for the first and second years are counted along with the grades of later years, and a list of pupils is submitted to the teachers for their consideration. This convinces you that it is not the record of one year nor the opinion of one teacher that determines the election. It is rather the record you have made with every teacher you have come in contact with since the first day you entered school until the day of your election to the societv. ,W L . ' I S' 'I ' f W ,Q NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY CALHQUN THOMAS I Imuus MUl,l.AN E'1'H1iRmc512 C:AR'I'l4.R SIuI.I.I-1RS MOORE LINDSAY S'I'Au1,1NcQ I,Al.I4,Y HENDERSON Low: I"IOXYI.AND Rooms BURKE MEMBERS NOT IN THE PICTURE GLN12 SANDLIN VVILLIAM FUI,I.W'OOI3 Ihvm IJI'.IiI.liR PLEDGE O11 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY I pledge myself to uphold the high purposes of this Society to which I have been elected, striving in every way, by word and deed, to make its ideals the ideals of my school. iff' I'?35N 14-rn R42 1 -,f wr iliop Ron: l'elder. Herring, Bourland, Second Row: Henderkon, l,eeper. Freeman, Moore. lil om, Hnitiuxtg Vllttilxu FLLDI it Third Roxy: Wire, liatllord, Dinkins, Davia, Renfrow, GIRL RESERVE CABINET ANNA Ht,ND1iusoN . KA'I'HiwN BOURIAND IKOIHI-QRTA Mooiui K,x'i'H1u'N Lliliplzlk MARY B. XVAR1-Q Li-o'l',x FREEMAN ESTH MA CivAIfIfORIJ . Mmm L. IDAYIS Lifm MAE IDINKINS ELIZABETH RIENIAROXV Adams, Marie Alexander. Josephine Allen. Marie Louise Atkinson, Vada Marie Baker, Florence Beattie, Martha Alice Bennett, Edna Bourland, Kathryn Bridges, Pauline Britain, Norma Chamberlain, Dorcas Childreis, Naomi Childress, Oleta l7.1x'is,lrene Davis, Katherine Davis, Myra L. Dickson. Margaret llinkins, Leta Nlae Du Pre, lsabclle Felder, Virginia Freeman, Leota Gafford. Esthma MEMBERS Gamble, Mary . 'l7l'i'xi114'I1f l'im'-'ljl'4'xirlc'11l . . Sm'r'r'fai'Ai . . . . 'Ti'z'as1zi'ei foznzril 'Ki'ju't'.w'11fafi1't . Tmgrani fxllllifllltlfl Sz'rt'iu' fxlldifllldll . Sofia! f'lmir'man . 'Ring flmirnzau . efl:fL'1'i'fisi11g fxllllifllldll . Snug f'l?l1jl'HILUI . Telepbmzr' flmirman Le Van, Lois Gassaway, Annie Mae Linnie, Betty Lou Gilleepie, Elizabeth Griffin, Mary Olive Ilenderson, Anna Herlwison, Barrie Herring, Eloise Kendrick, Margaret Langston, Jessie Lee, Lucille Lecper, Kathryn Marable, Helen Mason, Louise Maupin, Dorothy McDowell, Virginia McLaughlin, Fay Meredith, Virginia Moore, Roberta Morrissey, Margaret Pecler, Elizabeth Riddles, llelen Roach, Dorothy Rogers, Fay Rogers, Lasea Tucker, lilizaheth w7LltlC, Geraldine W'are, Mary B. Webster, -lane XVilliam5, Grace W'ilson, Mary F. Wbodlief, Elizabeth 17 V 3 x fx U Boom Hoxvmxlur IDAVIS CA1aNo1mN ETH! Rllllil-' 4 X ri' K 1 in ,we ' H . 2 ,Q 5 Y " 7 gl i, f , 1 M1 -rl 1 P' V , . 'egg . L--. Q 1 3 fx if " lil I . -' Tb ' ,,.'33:. A Nik N gs - ,ai . .. E --:,-' i D.xx'1s FRI-.ASI Essmu ClOLL DEAN H1'- T HORN ru K1 1 sm' ' Mc Ro1sER'1's TlNk1,r, K1 1.1,m' WT lSS'lT R C.'xuNl.s Cook PAH' 1311-.la 1, C.xuNIis C.x115oN Elm MUN Cu-xx-1 A For sum fNIc,.CoY Blmxvxl. CQORV Lows- Lrin I S. K1-.NN1,m' E.Mc3Cu11oc.u V.F.CH,xs1- XY . NIOORIZ A.limMmc1ixx1 F. MURRM' J. P. Boom. XV. XWHAB R. TINKLE V. Wfooos The Jalizmry Senior Play The January Senior Class '30 presented the play, "The Importance of Being Ernest". The play was directed by Mrs. Banker. THE MEMBERS OF THE CAST WERE: Al.Gl-,RNON NIONCRII-.If .Ion N WORTHING . HoN. GW'ENDOLYN ITAIRI-KAX . CIQLILY CARDI-QW . LADY BRACKNELL . Miss PRISR1 . . Rliv. CANON CHAsu1s1.1. . MERRIIv1AN, Butler MANSERN'ANT . FOOTMAN . We O0 S,YtllIt'Yj' KK'llllK'1l-X' . .V. I". flnm' 6l't'1j'I1 -rR1t'fiIlH04'fl Wfiuifrerl -U1 mm' Florvm' Jlnrruy Virginia Wfnmfx . William Webb . Rufplz Tinkff' . lanlrx Boom' 1-Ulwz Bfflllillgblllll The June Senior Clays Trcxenls "A Full House' ' U1 New Farce in Three wlfix By FRED JACKSON Diref-fed by MRS. BANKER CAST Parkes, an English servant . . Susie, from Sioux City, a maid . Attily Howell, il bride ..... Mrs. Winnecker, from Yonkers, the aunt . Daphne Charters, Ottily's sister . . Nicholas King, 21 stranger . . Ned Pembroke, jr., an only son . George Howell, a bridegroom . SELDON COTTON MARGARET PARKS ORA BETH HFISKELL . JANE WEBSTER ANIETA RAWLINS . Liawis KELsEY . QI. S. UNDERWOOD . LELAND STINSON . . WIL LIAM NVEBSTER Dougherty, a police sergeant Jim Moorey, a policeman . . . . ED WEST Clancy, another . . . A . . . . . . FRED SMITH Mrs. Fleming, who owns the apartment . INA MOODY CA1.HOUN Vera Vernon, a show girl . . . . . FAYE CAYTON Mrs. Pembroke, from Boston . . KATHRYN HESS SYNOPSIS Ned Pembroke QJ. S. Underwoodj is a reckless and wealthy youth who writes ardent love letters to I1 designing chorus girl QFaye Caytonj, an attorney brother- in-law fLeland Stinsonj, steals the letters and then gets his hand-bag mixed up with the grip of a burglar who has stolen a valuable necklace from the mother fKathryn Hessj, of the indiscreet youth. The efforts of the crook to recover his plunder, as incidents in the story of the play in which the swiftness of the action never halts for an instant. Not only are the situations screamingly funny, but the lines themselves hold a fund of humor at all times. if l Public' Speahlzg Dl1f7lIl'fl7l67lf I 11f.x1s1 111 T11'1's . . ...' IJ1'1'111ir111'1 un G1 Nl C1111 11111 ss 6'xlulzzjmmzzzmln Sfmzfzur lxx11 s MU1 1 xx . . . . , 'lifgys' 'llwfmh un N1 ll K11c.o . Qirlx' 'lJf'lf111'1 11111 F1a,xxc1-s B.x1.1mxx'1N Qfirlx' 'IJ1-fum I lux IJ D,xx'1s . . 'liuys' 'llvfnzfr Mus. CAN 1111-1,1 Mu. C1AN'l'kl'I.l R,x1,v11 C1xx1'111 l,l ANNII- Aufxms THF UNK-ACT PLAY Hsfrrfkilll AIIIIIKEHH Lx' N I-.l,l. N1Al'l.l.S C11 A U Num' Iikoxx' N G1-,onus Mc,Doxx'1-.1.1 CHNDA -Lx N1-. SIMMQNN l.i'NNi ii Mxl' Wli,i,xfi'x CL 1Jl'1IllllIfl,6' Cfub Dim M M ie Cru is Ori- iciiu 'fl7'i'NIi,i'lIf WVINNIIRI-IJ Mooiai iis l'if'i'-l'1'iw1ifi'r1f l,IlYl iis Tiioxisox V. l'. Liiasi . . Mus. BANKI ia liennetl, lfdna Berry, Marguerita lirawley, Kathryn Bridges, Pauline Buford, Mary Burnett, Genex luv. Carter, Virginia Coleman. Agnes Cole, XVillma Conibear, Kathryn Daley, Mildred Davis, Irene Uinliins, Leta Mae Ifelder. Virginia Grigwlay, lfaira Hardin, De Estelle Kelley. Helen D ia AMATICQ Cruls Rolii. Kilgo, Mary Nell Kniglit, Martlia Lucille l.eBlane, jean Maroon, Mayabelle Maples, Lynnell Marable. Helen Massey, Lucille Moore, Roberta Moore, Nwinnifred Moore, Marie Murray, lilorenee McBride. Jessie McCulloch, Iiyelyn Oswald. Barbara Pratlier. Mildred Robinson, Gladys Simmons, Cinda lane . Si'f'ri'lil1'Vy . 'Ti'i'in11i'.'i' . 'Iii-jmrlrr SIIUIIMII' Taryin, Lillian Stevens, Patricia Tliomson. Phyllis Nwoods, Virginia XVriglit, Byrina Birminglaain, Allen Boone, james Cliase, V, lf. Davis, lfloyd Hendricks, Elmer Horn. Curtis Kennedy, Sidney Lueliard, Bill Melton, Murray Tinkle, Ralpli Xvatson, XVyndoleen JOHN JAMES GRACI, HARRIS BOONE LINDSAY Scholarship Club The Scholarship Club, the purpose of which is to raise tlIe morale of the students and to build up interest in a high type of school work, is one of the most valuable institutions ever installed in the Oak Cliff High School. The Scholarship list, which Varies from time to time, is made up from report cards which are issued at the end of each six weeks. and all students with an aver- age of 90 with no grade below 80 for the given division are entitled to have their names on the list. All students having an average of 90 with no grades below 80 for the year lIave their names recorded on the year list and receive a one-year Linz Award. Those students having a four-year average of 90 with no grade be- low 80 receive a four-year Linz Pin. An Everts, Award is given for a four-year average of 80 with no grade below 80. This club is the only one in Oak Cliff that enjoys many parties and good times without the payment of dues. The Parent-Teachers' Association of Oak Cliff High School gives the Scholarship Club an annual Christmas party, and it is not an unusual occurrence for them to serve refreshments at the meetings at the end of the six weeks. The P. T. A. also gives a cash prize to the underclassmen making the highest term average. Last year one award was presented in June, but this year two awards are to be presented: one at the end of each semester. The Oak Cliff High School Scholarship Club has been made the largest in Dallas through the untiring efforts of Miss Harris, Miss Hammock, Miss Bell, Miss Hamilton, and Mrs. Bramlette. The officers for 1929-1930 are as follows: JAMI2s BOONE . . . IP7'l'.Yidt'IIf, Fall Tvrnz JOHN HfXliRlS . . 'l'I'exidw1I, Spring Term GRACI2 LINDSAY . . . . Svwefary L ,. ,N as i ,Yrs f QL!-f-1 ZZ! 69 CJQ1 X A . X, t 1 Mlams, Marie Alexander, Louise Connell, Winona Atkinson, Vavla Mariefrout-h, Marjorie Halter, Ruth Halter, Winston llasom, Colnpere lialdwin, Mary lfranris Bartlett. Ellen lieauhum. liilly Beattie. Martha Alice lic-ll, Deane lllaine. Winona liourland, Kathryn liufurtl, Mary Burke, Billy linrnette, Avis Brant, Beulah liryan, Hazel Carnes, Jim Carlson, Glenn Carter, Ruth Carrell, Maxine Calhoun, lna Moodie Campbell. Nellie Chambers. Jesse Chapman, Cathryn Charske, Johnson Chestnut, George Clark, Margaret Cleveland, Edwin Cleveland, Mary Jane Chew, VVilliam Uarnahon, Mavairo Coffey, James Coman. tleortria Cotton, Seldon Cosby, Edna Earl Cosby,Yvonne Conner, Nellie Crabb, Sam Crossett. Harold Daley, Mildred Davis, Leonard Dixie, Lindsey llellitt, Virginia Douglass, Robbie llransfieltl, Adelyne llavis, Catherine Davis-. Marjorie Ilnnbar, VVilma Di:-kson, Margaret llunn, Virginia llllllll, Martha Erwin, Edyth Elder. Eloise Edmondson, VVilliam Elliott, Claudia Evans. Mary Katherine Elsberry, Evelyn Etheridge. Clark Elder, Eloise Fitlwell, Mary lfranvis Franklin, Melya Frost, Ht-rsrhel Gambit-, Mary Gamble, Marxlaret Gardner, Alive Gillespie, Elizabeth Geiser, Leon Goerner. lfred Goodwin, Jarlt tlrubbs, Margie tiarlo4'lt, Wilma 1 , Sckolarslzzp Club Gates. Jessie Mae tirahaln, tieortfe tiarvin, Katherine tlriffin, Mary Olive tiray, Ralph tirav, 'l'. C, Hahn, Frant-es Hahn, Edwina llatchell. Austin Lee Henderson, Robert Henderson, .-K tina Helton, Rnbye Herring, Eloise Hill. Winnell Humphries, Floyd Howell, Mauriee Holt, Elizabeth Holder. Katheryn Hooper, WVillibel Jones, llorothy Keith, VVilliam liinnamon, Eunhemia Kniprhton, Robert Kinsey, Edna liilgo, Mary Nell Lady, Catherine Large. Billy Lee. Lucille Leeds, Martha Leeper, Kathryn LeVan, Lois Lindsay, tlrare Littleton, Hannah Lowe, Evelyn Lowe. liurford Matthews, Irma Marable, Helen Martin, Ada Rhea sf f,1 S! J, -5 I, 7 ,ww-5 f if J.!:,l ,,24x1! J p.-we . t at .,. K,-f ,. Mangum, .Xdelyn McLt-roy, Lum-ille McLaughlin, Fay Mt-lloxxt-ll, Norman Mt-Queen, Elizabeth Moore, J. llaydn Macbeth, Oria Moore, Roberta Morrow, Ellie Mae Murray, lfretl Mullan, James Nichols, lliy. Ogle, Ethel Oreilly, Elsie Oliver, Jessie Mary Palmer. Alice Parker. Elizabeth Peeler, Elizabeth Peeler, llaritl llolme. l'ilE'll'l1Ql' Poore, James Ridtlels, Ht-len Ray, Jane Rhoads, llclmore Roach, Dorothy Robinson, liladys Robinson, tflitfortl Roberts, Connie Ma Roberts, Edwin Robinson, Mit Itell Rowntree, Winston Sandlin, tiene Sellers, llivlt Semones, Herbert, Shelton, 1"ay Spenser. liorothy Spenve, Edward Sypert, Stella z I, S Stephenson, Mary Verna Spenrer, Mary Louise Smith. lfretl Smith, Lorraine Starling, Eileene Stringtellow, Mildred Strinuefellow, Iloyle Sutton, Garrett 'l'ruly. Virginia Thompson, Anita Thomas. Jessie Tarvin, Lillian Thomas, Beulah Thomson, Phyllis 'l'ut-ker, Modine 'l'i4lwell, Mary Tonn. May Belle VVallter, Mildred NVilt-y, tlrace VVhittlesey, Merrill Wilson, Helen Maria- VViley, Julia. Willtinson, Virginia VVeatherby, Pace NVebstt-r, Jane Wright, Phama NVebster, l-'lilly Williams, Grace Vliley. John Wilson, liethine Weatherby, James VVhit,tlt-sey, Gladys Van Nest. Dana Hell, Josephine Bennett, Edna l'hilley, VVayland Shaw, liilly XVILM.-x Duma.-xu KA'rH1u'N Hiise Jfxxilis BooN1i Miss Anunnrii. French Club 'l77'n'xizI'n'l1f . . l'Ira'-'llri'sizfvrlf Sl'K'l'l'fKH',X 1 MEMBERS Gardner, Clarenre Louchard, Bill Lowry. Clelma Sellers, Dick Stroud, Lemuel VVhite. Jimmie Baker, Ruth lietry, Marguerita Hou:-land, Kathryn Dunbar, Wilma Heiskell, Ora lieth Hess, Kathryn Huston, Dorothy LeVan, Lois Morissey, Margaret Murray, Florene Stephenson, Mary V. Conway, Jack Knott. Douglas Adams. Marie Adams, Martha Alexander, Louise Baker. Lois Brantley, Alire Brickey, Felive Cheek, Dorothy Edmonson. Bernaeline Elder, Elise Evans, Mary K. Galey. Ouida Goodenough, Alive Herring, Eloise Hopkins, Grace Howell, Maurice Lacy, Katheryn Joyre MacRae, Georuene Ogle, Ethel 0'Reilly, Elsie Peeler. Elizabeth Richards, Paula Roberts, Connim- Shanklin, Ethel Mae Shelton, Fay Stinson, Vivian Tomlin, ll. Otis Roach, Dorothy Taylor, Mrs. Nell Bonner, Ed Wyman, Claton Adams, Eva Allen, Mae Bates, Tommie Bomberger, Marian Burnett, Genevieve Carlton, Edna Cosby, Edna Earl Cummings, LaVernc- Elliott. Claudia .5 . .r ,ffff Iv, eff ,' XJ' wr-x, :mf iTl't'!l.YIll rr S110 ll mr Lindley, Mamie Marahle. Helen Lelilanr, Jean Meredith. Virginia Pitts, Mary Katherine Thompson, Anita. WVelili, lloruthy Webber, l"or4l Boone. James Chatelain, Joe Connell, Winona Jones, Dorothy Kinsey, Edna Matthews, Cora Palmer, Alive Philipps, flreilaline Tunnell. Rosemary Weaver, Esther Wilson. Helen Mario Spaffiyla Club SPA NIS H CLUB Urfrficzulxs Hominu GAlx1.ANn Luc11i,1.l-. Mixssifx' EDNA Emu Colm' Eluai-LNI, S'r,xRi,iNc5 . . PI'l'Xilll'IlI' . xiii'I'-Af,l'l',Kitll'Vlf . S1'f'r'1'fury and 'T l'l'dX1l1'l'I' Miss ROBIZRTA KING Baker, Dorothy Beattie, Martha Alice Bryan, Hazel Cozby, Edna Earl Croft. George Dinkins, Pauline Dixie, Chris Douglass, Robbie Edmondson, Everette Garland, Homer Gillespie, Elizabeth Harper. Norman Hubbard, Bernice MEMBERS jones, Rheua Nell Kendrick, Margaret Knighten, Robert Jessie Ruby Mae Langston, Ledbetrer, Linne, Betty Lou Martin, Ada Rhea Massey, Lucille Neff, -lane Parrish, Beverly Peese, Cliftine Rawlins, Aneita Ray, ,lane . P.flt'Ul'Il 'K vjwrfm' , , SIVIIIXOI' Rutherford, Mary K. Sidman, Mildred Smith, Cathron Spencer, Starling, Stogner, Charles Sturdivant, james Mary Louise Eileene Swatek, Robert Taylor, Bula Taylor, Eula Thompson, Mildred Tonn. Maybelle W'eaver, Leone E -X fm-..i, Brantley. VVilsun lirunluw, Euxrene Knightun, Robert Spenver, Billie Saunders, James Thomas, Clarenve Brant, Beulah Ellington, Maurine Carter, Elizabeth Cheek. llorothy Crain, Franres llic-kson. Margaret llransfielsl, Aclelyne Fall, lfrienla Goin, VVinnie Jo Hill. Marshall Kinsey, Edna Holbrook, WVilliSe Kennedy, Margaret. Lullur, Gladys Loper, llorothy Masvhu, Jum- x 'L Ar! D61Ddff7WEllf MEMBERS M1-Laughlin. Fay Niblu, Marguerite Nolan, Cora Quillin, Martha Steller, Nita Mae Stevens, Pat Henry NVare, Mary Blanrhe Tucker, Modine Davis, Myra Luuise Van Nest, Dana Dinkins, Pauline Dickson, VV. T. Mercer, Glenn Gafford, Ben Shaw, Billie Allen, Ora Louise Dinkins, Leta Mae Dunn, Virginia Foster, Margaret Huston, Dorothy Holland, Ella Mae Mitchell. Joanna North, l"lm'em'e l'en4ler, l"lurenm'e Guthrie. Kitty Thumsun, Phyllis Willmurn, Vhrislint- .-Xll!-opp. Theresa Cooper, Maxine liates. Edith Palmer, Alive Greene, Mildrezl Sivenrer, lluruthy Stephenson. Mary Linxwiker. Auwlrey Hayslip, Conley Gates, Jessie Mae VVillxinsun, Viruinia Huffer, Robert Isham, Fred Knott, liuuulas Wute. Mellmrne W'elrstm'. Robert .-,,,,...'+ MW. ,,,,..--'H+-""' la-e, Hart-lil llrannun, lulna Iuarle Xtlams, Valerie Atterlsu ry, Marguerite Mates, tlpln-lia funpill, lieclis fQillrert,Mil1lrerl liumlermuuh, .Xlire Hanna. Louise Heater, Vera Melton, Mary laxulsm Rawlings. .Xlene 'l'ayln1', Milllrell Walton, Vl'ilma VVarrun, 'l'e4la lmlxluins, Glenn VVhitt-. Maurire tfulmlu, Eva 0'Reilly, Elsie Belle Peese, Sylvia VVOrks, Hazel The Oak' C!1WJuHz'or Hz'- Y Hale, Nolan Dean, Houston Parrish Beverly OFFICERS Fall 'Term BILLY SHAW . . . . . YD1'l'Sit1t?l1f ROBERT RVEBSTI-IR . Vin'-Y7rr'sidc'11t GEORGE HARRIS . . . Sevrvlary W INSTON ROWNTREE . . Treasurer JAMES STURDIIIANT Sergvunl af Ulrms BILLY LARGE . .... . . Reporter Spring Term ROBERT WEBSTER ..... . . 'Prvsiilvnl JAMES STURDIVANT . . . Virr'-Trvsizlrffzl JIM CARNES . . . . Svvrvtary ROBERT HENDERSON . . Trrzixzzrvr GEORGE HAMRA . . Sergeanl at Ulrms MEMBERS Hamra, George Rowntree, Winston W'ebber, Ford Large, Billy Shaw, Billy Dial, John Sturdivant, James Webster, Robert David, Doc Henderson, Robert Carnes, Jim Alexander, Anderson 1729 00' Gnu 5' GLEL CLUB BOYS' GLEE CLUB Oak rlzff Hzlglz Orrlzeytm The Music Department is directed by Miss Haseltine. lie-try, Maruuerita llrugtlon, Jaeli lilair, Marjorie Couneil. li. C. Uotton. Seldon llarby, l'larenre llavis, Hassell llaiter, Linnie liotry. Mariruerita lionnett, Edna Vhildrer-s, Naomi flevelantl, Mary Jane Vopley, Rose Nel Bean, Kenneth llerry, Rin-hard llrewster. J. C. tfason, Alex Corley, Quentin Crowell. Walton lmvis, Floyd llutton, Elmer Zimmerman, George ORCHESTRA Dobbins, Ira Holder, Katherine Huston, Dorothy Inge, Inez Mays, Howard Maltoon, Mayabell Meredith, Virginia GIIKLS' GLEl'1 Brawley, Katherine llul'ro, Isabel Hardin, llelfstelle Henderson, Lena Holland, Ella May Mt-Culloc-lx, Evelyn BOYS' Essary, Loris Essary, Oved Feriruson. Hershall Frost, Hershall Hart. Chester Haskins, L. BL Hood, Spencer Honeyeutt, Edward GLEL Mt-Larry, Malcolm MrCulloch, Evelyn Nililo, Margaret Ogle, Ethel Parker, Basil Rawlins, Eliene CI-UB MeCrary, Louise Pulliam, Lula Prather. Mildred Riddells, Helen LaBlanc, Jean Sprague, Natalie CLUB Irwin, William Jennings, Groves Kelley. Marcus Lamb, Luther Lowery, Clelma Moore, Harold Melton, Murray Mt-Cain, Rea NORTH, FLORENCE, cvfCCOIllIJL1l1iXf Roberts, Connie Mae Roberts, John Russell, Jewell Simmons, Evelyn Shanklin. Ethel Mae Wilson, Jack Shanks, Dorothy Stevens, Pat Henry 'l'omlin, Elizabeth Watson, Wyndoleen Wright, llyrma Parkman, John Reed. William Stamps, Ware Stroud, Lemuel Swatek, Robert Wakefield, Bursell Wyman, Claton W'right, Delbert Home Ecolzomics Girls in the Alberta Stanton Marguerite Meljuire De littn Ifpps Martha Bourne picture doing work in Marie Moore Nnnnelle Hunter Irene Rothell Ouida Hughes Girls doing work in Foods Ruby Hughes Rosemary Childs Virginia Truly Abbey Chamberlin Uma Ray Skelton Ruth Childs Sntis Holder jean Gladden Ruby Helttmii Doris Skelton eparfnzefzi Foods 3, 2, 1929-,3 1929-,3U. Dorothy Hooper Lueile Griffin liugcnia Lee Cindn xl. Simmons 0. Vivian Stovall Dorothy Cherry linrline Galloway Oleta Anderson llollie Haynes There girls are pledged to be proud to be good eooksg to make home as :tt- traetive as the moviesg to make home a place to have good times, instead of a refuge when there is nowhere else to go. Some of them are headed for important and well-paid jobs like dietitians, tea room managers and the like, not to mention that biggest job of ull,4effieient managers of homes of their own. X .J iffy' Oar Essay Club The Essay Club sponsored by Mrs. Helen Horn was organized by a group of students interested in the writing of essays and poetry to be entered in contests. The Officers of the flub wire: MILDRED DALEY ........ Tresident HELEN MARABLE . . Vice-Tresident LETA MAE DINKINS . . Secretary FRIEDA FALL . . dcorn Reporter The Jbfembers of the Club wire: Edna Earl Cozby Pauline Dinkins Frieda Fall Beulah Thomas Frances Amos Dorcas Chamberlain Leta Mae Dinkins Naomi Childress Faye McLaughlin Nina jewel Lemen Adda Jeannette Mac Rae Martha Alice Beattie Mary Gamble Modine Tucker Fay Shelton Avis Burnette Edwina Hahn Cathryn Chapman Lynell Maples De Estle Hardin Mary Blanche Ware won 525.00 as first Contest. Those entering in other contests are: Naomi Childress Modine Tucker Lcta Mae Dinkins Mary Blanche Ware Oleta Childress Mary Blanche Ware Lynell Maples PATRIOTISM ESSAY Mary Blanche Ware COLONIAL DAMES Virginia Fclder Lynell Maples Mildred Daley ROBERT E. LEE Martha Alice Beattie prize INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAG UE Virginia Meredith Mary Kathryn Pitts Marie Adams Mildred Daley Claudia Elliot Ruth Baker Dorothy Hooper Mary Blanche Ware Helen Marable Edna Bennett in the Robert E. Lee Lynell Maples Helen Marable Beulah Thomas Ruth Baker Modine Tucker Helen Marable Mildred Daley The contests sponsored by "Current Literaturev and "The Scholas- tic will have entries in both the essay and poetry contests. These rep- resentatives have not been selected. fi' ff'n'3'5,L ,f ff M .5 . 4 3 -we J. J ' f' L 0...-M. f.w"f? gy-,MZ fffif Y i L I my ex w. z Us qw' ea,-1 1. fy fx. ff X H. x ,fl X- 4TH PERIUU GYM Cmss 3RD PERIOD GYM CLASS fi ,f---ff - V-F... xg-X Q Y' ,, i V rx e- Xt -. --CQ Xxx! ,XJXM '-X, Poppy Sale Each year on Armistice Day the American Legion in Dallas sponsors a poppy sale for the benefit of the disabled World War Veterans. ln order to stimulate competition and thus increase sales, several prizes are offered To the Dallas High School group turning in the most money, a cash prize of one hundred dollars is offered. To the individual securing the most money a diamond ring is given. For the past three years Oak Cliff has won the first prize of one hundred dollars. This year, 1929, we were the happy recipients of both first prizes. Miss Alma Lena Fuqua, a first year pupil, won the diamond ring. We wish to thank Miss Morrison and the girls for the effort and energy expended in bringing these honors to Oak Cliff. Without the advice, encouragement, and co-operation of Miss Morrison, it is doubtful that the two hundred girls or more, who took part in the sale, would have felt the impulse Oak Cliff Spirit" to have won over all the other and the desire to exert the necessary energy and " Dallas High Schools. So to Miss Morrison, again we wish to express a grateful-Thank You! l gggggwgggggggug Cf Xigenfg Q is . jpg, 5. ffrfrnk --f -- C ,,g L 1 -tu 4- M 8f0l'flI'7Zg Since the beginning, progress has been marked by change. Far-seeing men have reached out for new methods to best solve their problems, discarding ideas that have outgrown their usefullness. The history of Home liconomics reveals a like development. In the early days, the idea prevalent among the majority was that Home Economics was teaching girls to cook and sew. Stress was laid on the fact that all mankind, paricularly men could be ruled through their stomachs by a beautiful lady clad in her home-made dress. A brain was considered inconse- quential. All girls who failed in other things were shoved pell-mell into .1 cooking or sewing class and expected to make good grades. The change has come slowly and has exaeted great labor on the part of teachers and leaders of Home Economics. Today the girls who stand ahead in clothing classes, stand ahead in Mathematics, Iinglish, and other so-called cultural subjects. A good clothing student learns how to make a dress so that she may competently judge any costume home-made or otherwise. She buys wisely and systematically and she correlates her knowledge of clothing with civic, political, and social affairs. Home lfconomics has come into its own as a trainer for efficient home-makers, the biggest job that Woman can find today. The world is no longer proud to boast that its women are too dumb for any- thing but plain cooking and sewing. 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Robert Bogarclus, Robert Bonner, lid Clark, W'illinm Cline,jol1n Credillc, james Culwell, Paul llaves, Bert Dean, Houston gf , Q . ge Denman, Cole Dillon, Ildwin Dorsett. Gilbert Frye, Gerald Garland, Ben Given, Alxxi Hale, Nolan Harper, Nurrnan Pri: 'ales Hensen, Lewis Henderson, jnek Hill. G.1tl1n Horton, Millard Hurt, james lanni, Alosepll Alolinson, Leon Kelly, Walter NlCH2lI1, Hugh NleCnrcl, Milton fXl.inn, O. C. Haupin, Harold Nlnicly, Carson Nailling, .lim Nnlen, Everett Selierer, llownrtl AlCciU1,l our Slmw, Billie Sniitli, Harnld Stanley. XV. Sturdevnnt, Alames Tippitt, Garnett Nveete. Melvin Wvesterlgige, XY'illi:1ni Wiggins, Klnyce '! Q . WT 5 f wi 35, jones, Ray Ctljlflllfl . . Firsf ,.CiL'Ilfl'l1LU1f Sf'z'om1 sficzlfwlurzl Srffomz' L'it'Ilft'IIdl1f St'I'gL'dlIfS- Carnes, Sam DuPre, Frwin Addison, jack Addison, jim Bailey, Phil Bauer, Earl Berry, Louie Bivings, Harrell Burt, Lamon Brown, R. I. Carnahon, Maeario Brown, Chauncey Branon, Edwin Bogardus, Robert Davis, jack CDaw6Cbmmany ROSTER OF CRACK COMPANY Fifi! S1'VJ!f'11flf . . . Chris Dixie fur'f10ruls- LaFoy, joe Charske, johnson Freasier, Hugh Oliver, R. B. Dean, Frank jackson, j. W' Dllzsiriurl ...... Frie MeMaing PRIVATES Cline, john Dean, Roy Fisher, W'ill Allen Frye, Gerald Gardner, Clarence Gray, T. C. Hale, Nolan Hare, Almon Harper, Norman Hinddey, Clair johnson, Clayton johnson, Vincent Large, Billy Lewis, Kemp Hansborough, Norman Little, j. F. Moore, lidwin Murray, Fred Oekles, Roy Parrish, Beverly Robinson, Clifford Sanderford, Doward Semones, Herbert Shaw, Billy Hanson, Frank SUPERNUMERARIES Dean, Houston Henderson, jack Lougliridge, Bennie Dial, john johnson, Leon Maupin, Harold Fdmondson, Everett Long, Paul Pope, Fletcher Gharis, john ,cr N 1'-N rj if fy Kfs H f1fwAs , who gary, ey. If if Q., ' swf we xx . JL v Devous Hansborough . Ben Galford . Tom Cleveland Pace Weatherby Lee, Weldon Shaw, William Straling, Grover Stinson, Leland Tippetr, Garnett Trube, Albert Truelson, julius Whipker, Richard XX'orden, Eugene Stanley, I. W. Walters, A. D, Wl1ite,jimmie x ,J of lg Eli A ' SFI fi HEY treks ani nuns, Haxsl x, lloum As, lixoxxx, B.-XUI Ia, ll,xxsIIuIwtc,II, N1c.NIAIxs YI xioxi s, I IXXIS. Cfxux III CAI IORU, XVI A I III km: R076 Tram IJIIANII HIXNSEN Rox' DEAN PMQI-. WLATIIERBI' NTACARIO CIIIINAIIQN HIIIIAIQIJ MORRIS EDNVIN Doucglsxs Eiuc MCNTAINS BEN GAI-'I-oium TDIQVOUS HIXNSBOROUGII DICK CHAPN1 AN Emu. BAUIER EDXVIN SIIULI. HI1Rl3IiRT SEMONHS TBICK BURKI-' The Oak Cliif cadets on the riHe team have made a Hue showing this year, having won second place in three matches with the other schools of Dallas. These crack shots have also Won third place in the Corps Area which means Hve points towards the efficiency cup which Oak Cliff has held for the last three years. 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Leopards I Can't you hear, Can't you hear That great band that's ovcr here As the Leopards come charging along? l.et it rain or let it snow They will know just where to go For the Leopards are moving along. So itls on Oak Cliff High We'll defeat them if we try And we'll celebrate our battle with a song Rah, Rah So where e'er folks go They are sure to know That the Leopards were fighting along, Always fighting, That the Leopards were fighting along. II They are near, do not fear, Does that football team look queer? It means the Leopards are fighting along XVhether rain, whether sleet Our old team is hard to beat As the Leopards come fighting along. So it's fight! fight! fight! Bring us victory tonight And we'll back you with our yells, loud strong. Rah, Rah Wle will sing your praise Vflien we think of these old days Xvhen the Leopards are fighting along Always fighting, When the Leopards are fighting along. 'i .fs 1 jffff Jezfff CHI J I R .. A :X Football Squad XXINIOY NOAH IJURRIIUI . CQ!-.ORGI-, CIKOI-'I' CIIARL1 5 LAMB CLIxx"I'ON WIYNLXN JOHN BULL JAQR MLCOY NIORRIS HOw,xRIm P,xc'I-, NWIg,x'rHI,RIsY KIAMIIS Klil,LY TOM CIIMPBIIL FRED SMITH BILL WlEBS'fI'.li JAKIIZ GORE JULIUS TRUPLSON JAMIQS RUSSEI L LEXVIS KELSEY L-, lxxlxfurlf 011 1 LI xIL'LI SIROUD FRANK MARTIN AIAQR MIQCAIN HILLIARIJ MORRIS IRA COOK BLNNI' CAIJENHFAIJ NORNIIXN KFPKIQ BILL ERICSON JOHN NIILLER WA1.'I'ER GOLUDP. NOUGH JACK XV!-1l'I'l2 X. CARSON ALMON HIXRIZ JOHNNIE SPRAGUE ,Q -, Qi, 9 lily i Noixu liiucksox Gout Ki LSI Y lluruu-, rr I'I0ilil fimutlv lb-filjrl. fiilpf.-Eilxwl fuffzzfil, 6011117 All City Half All City Center 1929 Football! Season The Oak Cliff Leopards were led into the Hrst battle of the year by their co-captains, Bill Erickson and Lewis Kelsey. With Wyman, a last year's lineman, at fullback, the Leopards stamped a 22 to 0 score over Grand Prairie for the first victory. The O. C. H. Blue and White team showed fine form both in run- ning and in passing in the second game of their 1929 season. The touch-- down honors this time went to the speedy backiielder, "jakie" Gore, and the vivid co-captain, Bill Erickson. Hindered by nine fumbles, Oak Cliff was held to a scoreless tie by the strongest Poly team in years. The first city series game gave the Leopards their first defeat of the season, at the hands of the Bulldogs, the score was 13 to 7. Oak Cliff came back with its old fight and put over its third tri- umph in five games by giving the Dallas Tech Wolves a sound beating. Doped by all sports writers as underdogs, the fighting Leopards swamped the North Side Steers by the one-sided score of 26 to 0. Again, showing form and fight true to the tradition of Oak Cliff, the Leopards defeated another Fort Worth team, the Central High Pan- thers, by a 7 to 0 victory. F1 X 6 A , ll K 'Q -,. Q X it , K '69 X I 3, Ns A 1 . XA3' , Q 4 ,K f Q I 4 .i gg' Q i 1 a 'f i 'st pl ' i .Q 1 J kk af' X . . , . I vi ' X I ' f s, fli ff Z A . .jg ali- sb ,al , , X S N t I g f f ' f:g,:"iil Qi ' 'J ...- K 5 A ' - , ., , 1 ...D . 4 4' Sikoun hill l.l R Russ: LL Mokkls XVI Iss rl at -Ttzrlslr Gzmrif l'uIlImi'lc fillil 7'iu'1cli' Woodrow Wfilson met with no better luck against the roaring Leopards than the other six teams who had failed to scratch the Leopard "cyclone,', had brought the ball from the other side of the field with his beautiful running. Having primed for weeks to revenge the crushing 20-0 defeat of last year, the Leopards "waded into" the Sunset Bisons and gave them a sound beating to the tune of 19 to 0. , In the O.C.-Forest game, the Leopards, although ag carrying a lead of three points till the last ten minutes of the game, met their worst defeat of the season when the Lions "got hotl' and scored three touchdowns in ten minutes. But the fact remains, "Pop" Noah put out a clean, hard-fighting bunch of Leopards. Looking over the games we recall the sterling plays of Stroud, Miller, Goodenough, Webster, Cadenhead, Howard, Kelsey, Kepke, Wymaia, Gore, Erickson, Cook, Davis, and Russell. Truly, it would be hard to find a member of the team who did not give his all. Tom Cook Half s"?' .f M. , , , Af -' .f .,,.. !. ., 3 O 11 1 1 f 0 P at f. 1 X ,af 1 C + 9, Y 1 ,asf . A C , X A---ff' pg Li. . 7 . ki' J ,Vw 5, 0 29 2 5' 2 ' ' 1 f i 1 f - in we 1. 'if' if , - 41 - , , ly 1 , f 'I l V- I 'af' . ' I iiilfif if f'2ff"M' lflffif Ci rpf,QZilm Leopard Season O. C. Oak Cliff . . 22 Grand Prairie. Oak Cliff . . 15 Greenville . Oak Cliff . 0 Polytechnic . Oak Cliff . 7 North Dallas . Oak Cliff . . 19 Dallas Tech . Oak Cliff . . 26 North Side . Oak Cliff . 7 Central . . . Oak Cliff . 6 Woodrow Wilson Oak Cliff . . 19 Sunset . . . Oak Cliff . . 10 Forest . Totals, O. C. . . . 131 Opponents . KI PM 67111 Opp. . 0 . 0 . 0 . 13 . 0 . O . 0 . 0 . 8 .21 .32 S I Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Cliff Cliff Cliff Cliff Cliff Cliff Cliff Cliff Cliff Cliff it c i c. The Bawcffbzzll SCYIJOII . 2 S XVood row . , 19 Forest . . 7 N. Dallas . . 25 Teclf . . 24 Sunset . . 19 N. Dallas . . 21 Tech . . 18 Sunset . . . 1 S XVoodrow . . . . 9 Forest . . Oak Cliff finished in a tie for second place in the citx ries basket ball. l 1 Track With the following teams Oak Cliff should make an ex cellent showing at the city track meet April S. Relay Team. J. Russell W. Goodenough jack McCoy Bill Ledbettcr Orval Purselley H. Smith L. Stroud Mil e Run John Miller Lewis Kelsey Broaa' In m p Gruneisen R. Swatek L. Russell Shof Pu! Williani Nwebster J. Truelsori Lum Stroud 440 Yard Dash Jack McCoy Bill Ledbettcr O. Purselley 880 Yam' R111 XV:ilter Goodcnoug H. Hayslip james Coffey High Iam p Lem Stroud B. Swatek Dzscas Throw W'illiam W'cbster Lcm Stroud J. Truclson Hurdles Charles Grunexsen Haskins 100 Yard Dash L. Russell jack McCoy James Russell I 3 l'RI.XSlIR KUIIUN SXIITH IRIQIINOX SHUI ry' G.xss.fx xx .vu XY'klc,Hi Sim mu Q 67171 Z5 The Oak Cliff tennis cohorts under the guidance of Mr. R. N. Smith have done line work thus far this season. Against Sunset, the team won the boys' singles 6-4, 9-7, the boys, doubles, 6-3, 6-2. They lost the girls' singles, 6-1, 6-1, and the girls' doubles 6-1, 4-6, 6-1. In the next match against W'oodrow Wfilston, both the boys and girls won with the following scores: boys, singles 6-2, 6-2, boys' doubles 6-2, 7-Sq girls' singles, 6-3, 6-4, girls' doubles 6-3, 6-4. The boys' team is composed of Hugh Freasier, Julius Truelson, and Seldon Cotton. The girls' team is made up of Phama Wfright, Anna Mae Gassaway, and Natalie Sprague. The team with such a record thus far in the season looks good and these boys and girls should bring home the bacon in the shape of tennis trophies as the teams of the past led by the unconquerable Doc Barr did. fn' ANc,l1.l N lXlOKll.XNIJ l.i1rxv1cH Goku. SPI Nsi lx MURRM' Gay Witli Gus Moreland, who is Southwestern Amateur Champion, ,Iakie Gore, Billy Spenser, and Marc Anglen, all of whom are last year,s veterans, the team appears to have quite a good chance at championship in golf this year. Fred Murray, a new comer, who has the makings of a good golfer, but lacks experience is also on the team. Mr. Leftwich, the coach, practices with the boys almost every day at Stevens Park where Gus holds the course record for low score. The team is improving each day and by the start of the season should be in fine form. There has been one practice match with Sunset in which Oak Cliff was tied by a 3-3 score. Oak Cliff defeated Forest on March 28 by a 4-2 score. In Appreczkztion In conclusion, we wish to express on this page our grati- tude to each and every member of the faculty and student body who has in any way helped in the compiling and pub- lishing of the 1929-30 Oak. We especially wish to thank with all sincerity the fol- lowing: Mr. Hamilton for the use of his office, and other members of the faculty who have made special efforts to help us in our work-Mr. Campbell, Miss Cabiness, Miss Alexander, Miss Patrick, Miss Beulah Baker, Mrs. Clements, and Mr. Hester. We also wish to extend our heartiest thanks to Miss Graves who has granted many permissions aiding the prog- ress of the Oak publication, and to Mr. Adamson who has helped so many times in various ways. ' Among those members of the Oak staff to whom we wish to express our appreciation, are: Lane Clifton, Myra Louise Davis, Kathryn Bourland, Billie Burke, Wilma Kin- namon, and James Judge. As everyone knows, the problem of financing the Oak is no small undertaking. Therefore, we wish to express our deepest thanks to Miss Hammock, Clark Etheridge, Howard Mays, and other members of the staff in making this pub- lication possible. To the student body as a whole, we wish to express our true gratitude for all its contributions, each and every one of which is really appreciated. As a result of the earnest efforts of the entire school, the 1929-30 Oak is completed. THE EDITOR. My V ,,Va,fgVi1,, ,-zfyfmzzy L' -. " Mx' ' ""-M ' --,,.,.,-Mi' 1 , Q ,. M I - u -,- VV fl -1-Q, X "'3i2S2r-49i1N'9'f1::g:,-24:z?1,:v.,,A3::b t " . f-.VV 4 V ,. i' . X 1 TU"- 2'Vfff'9!If ,.:. - N " 57?"fY'f:F7 7?7J'1':'1f4'-'--W-H' -- .VVVVV . , Q, ,V A A , , ,- V 3,,,.r.,,.. ,w.-'ff-1--Q-...,. Kami VQMVV , ,A . - M 4-Q:-,.4-IVVVV -..-- , ,V V .tj 5, M V - Q Q' ., . . - --, ' A----M-.,h.q , 1 S . .-W. - -ffyrg,,,w,,,-.,,,,,.,,, ,-.., , W- 5 V V VV VV . ,.. ,X 4 :Q V: VV .5 A- - :," 4-,,-ffff .- . - ' Q,-. 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Why his teeth absolutely cluttered!" Miss Cubiuess: "Mr. Allen is very at- tentive to his wife, it appears." Miss Falls: "Yes, he always oils up the lawn mower for her before he goes to school." When a man fell through the ice at White Rock recently, our gallant hero, Tom Cleveland, dashed up and offered him a cough drop. Mrs. Hrsier: "Why so thoughtful, dear?" Mr. Hester: "I have one dollar over this week and canlt remember which in- stallment I forgot to payf' Myra Louise: "How do you like my drawing? "Mrs, Clwrienfsz "H'm! It might be worse." M. L. findignantlyj: "Mrs. Clements, I hope you will reconsider." Mrs. Ciemenfs: "Verywell. It couldn't be worsell' Chris D.: "The neighbors leave that car of theirs standing out all nightf, james "Probably the ads said it was an outstanding car." The fellow who writes a mathemat- ics book has a right to be proud. They are bought by people who count. Eiiz. Renfrow: "I'm homesickf' Mrs. Renfrowz "But, you are at home." Elizabefb: "That's just the trouble. I'm sick of it." Iziiige: "The evidence shows that you threw a brick at the constable." Wfarf' Slamps: "It shows more'n that. It shows I hit him." Rhrau Neil: "When did you break your engagement with J. S.?" Doris janv: "As soon as I realized that none of the girls were a bit envious of me. Burford L.: "I was worried by a bad appetite lately, but I fixed that." Loris E.: "How?,' B. L.: "Oh, I just quit going with hcrf' Gran' H.: "Have you heard the stom- achache song?" Evelyn L.: UNO. Whatzat?" G. H.: "You're mean, Tummyf, Billy Large: "Just think, man has learned to fly like a bird." Lumon Burl: "Yes, but he can't sit on a barbed-wire fence." Two high school boys, one with a bot- tle of rootbeer: One: "Have a sip?" ,ToifJer: "Sir, I go to Sunset!" One: "Pardon me. Take the bottle." Dick: "So your name is Newton? Don't cell me you're one of the Fig Newtons! " lsmvm IT 012 rm F, ki ?Q 3 Aim 55 . il - A ,,. .dint Q Q. ? :V V A V, Nl . ,, A J . wtf H , As K. W! +- Txvmsf . i S f Q S Daly Wien, 5e 1ova , XVig5'f Miss Cooper: "What is a pedestrian, Gustavus?" Gus: "A man who is here today and run over tomorrow." There had been several earthquake shocks in the district, so Mr. and Mrs. Halliburton sent Tom to an uncle who lived out of the danger zone. A day or two later they received a telegram: "Am returning your boy. Send earth- quake. Buttermilk's so lazy that he can't de- cide whether to stay in bed all morning or to get up early so he'll have a longer day to loaf. SUIZIOI1 C.: "How did you like the new co-eds?" George McDowell: "I don't know. I've never driven one." Norman Krpkv: "They tell me you'rc good at coquetryf' Pauline Wilkins: "You've been misin- formed. I never play those lawn games." Recently, when Hornis car turned over, "Mac" thought she was going to die, and dictated this farewell note: "Write to Jakie," she whispered. "Give him my true love. Carbon, copies to James, Bur- ford, and Kemp." Jimmie Cole says he spent the happiest days of his life as a freshman. The census-takers will be around soon. Girls, have your ages ready. Eilwu' S.: "Do you like promiscuous kissing?" Ina Moody: "I don't know. I've never had a date with himf' Louise T.: "I-Iow did you get into the habit of wearing a mustache?', fairies S.: "O, it just grew on mef' Eric Mc.: "Our cars are good. Why, we're selling 'em by the dozen." Wfinslon W.: "I'm not surprised. I-Iow much are they a dozen?" Billy B.: "Just think, school's been going on four weeks now." Kafiaryn B.: "Gee! It seems like a month to me." And then there is the absent-minded teacher who had the students write the exam questions while he answered them. Guess who? Ianzrx Sbaufzw: "I'm thirsty, and I want a drinkf' Louiz' Berry: "Drink milk. It's good for the blood." james S.: "Yeah! But I'm not blood- - xx thirsty. jack McCain: 'Statistics show that 50 per cent of the married people are women." Eiiwlv Sfariing Qentering a swinging door with Ed Brightj: "Everybody will say we've been going around together." lean LaBlam': "Isn't this orchestra di- vine?U Ed Douglas: "Nawg I tink it's de berries." Parr' W.: "May I have the pleasure of this dance?" Faye C.: "Sure, sit down." Another idea of an easy job: Gar- bage collector in Scotland. Modern youth is more interested in where to spend his nights than he is in where he will end his days. Burforrl L.: "I hear that Kathryn is marrying that X-ray specialistf, Iamex S.: "Oh, yeah! What can he see in her?" fag X XW X 2 12,3 Xi? L3 nf h f J WX YQxf:g.f N e w xy, A if ! 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Hawkins: U 'Twas Sir Oscar's pants fell of the line, mum." "Do you carry the Saturday Evening Post?,' "No lady. I can't even lift it." Kemp L.: "I know a place where women don,t wear anything but brace- lets!' Leland S.: "Where?" K. L.: "Around their wristf, FABLE. Once upon a time, hundreds of years ago, there were four nice little boys- once upon a time, hundreds of years ago. Lillian S.: "My dad whistles at his work." Leota F.: "He must be very happy." Lillian S.: "No: he's a traffic cop." H-, 1, 'X CONTENTS OF THE AVERAGE CHEM NOTEBOOK. 16 Telephone numbers. 12 Drawings, girls' heads. 23 Drawings, girls' legs. 1 Imaginative drawing, the principal. 1 Preliminary draft, letter to Susan. 13 Oak Cliff addresses. 2 Dallas addresses. 5 Pages, chemistry notes. Farmer lon first visit to city and looking at skyscraperj: "So those are skyscrapers, hey? When do they start working?', Miss Ruffin fin composition classj: "Those stories about movie stars getting married should end with a comma." Byrma Wright: "Where do you think I'd be if I had a million dollars?" Lawrenfe "On my honeymoon." johnson Charskez "Did you like the gangster?" Mary Blanrhe Ware: "Oh, he was sim- ply killing!', Beth: "I hope I didn't see you smil- ing at that creatuie who just passed." Tom C.: "I hope you didn't either, dear." Miss Crane: "New York's getting punk. I'm going to Chicago." Miss Harris: "By Buffalo?" Miss Crane: "No: by train? "They tell me James Boone drowned himself in Parisf, Yes: he went in Seine." rc me I got a letter from home." Hurrah! Let's go down and spend .. it." "Wipe off your chin." "I can'tg it's fastened onf' QSOmewhere the sun in shining, some- where laughing children are at play.j lg - Ijjijfjgx i 4 lf' si fl if .iw Vi' if :LY i ., iii RM fbi 1.-3 315 M ,HN L, ,Ml , A,g..,", 0 f gli ' 2 15523- fgf , fj XXI, Nw I 54 C O f I L 4' X ,QQ 7 9 ' b C E Q 'l l 'A 0 fi: ' Xf 583 ,f , i , f ff , ' 2 2331 --- h ,1 y Y Lf X!! . c ' 5' . .. g Y C M fvi ' 1 OQQZQA K ff O iQf:':E3. 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Then a friend, the dear chap, recommended l'mealchman,s, and now I am in better condition than ever beforeg my old job as a piano mover was returned to me, and my condition is now so perfect that I can carry six pianos at a time, which is a very good trick. Yours trooley, I. BITA Dooiutisiois I9 Tin Can Alley Podunk, Texas Di-1 it Sms: I live with my husban in the mountans here in Arkan- saw, and I use to have the rumatil, and pimples and boils, but a friend tole me about yore yeest and it fixed me up fer good. I now go about my chores of cutting wood, building fences, feedin' cows and hogs and chick- ens, doing a little plowin' and cottin pickin', milkin' milk cows, and such trifles daily, and all the time I'm whist- lin' tunes and sech. I'm jest as happy as a chicken eating worms now since I tuck yore little yeest blocks. Yours, Etvnu' IJOOl.lTTl.l1 D.iwson's Hog-Waller Flatfoot-onvxhe-N1aiu, Arkansaw BEALCHMAN'S YEAST ."r'v'-,'4f7.LJ,1 j 5 I N ff I f A J f, .'flG.f'?u' .bs 'Ssa- .W 7 'L J S-51161.21 , ll fl 2' 17 A '-"T--fi" .4113 f'1WN'5l S gf ' wlllyff :942 l' ' sf ' Lz:.:fff4"- S- A QP, - 1 A 1-2" W 1 1 'll J ll 1' ms" PM S50 SHAFT DRIVE---ENGINE UNDER HOOD Lan you Afford to run .1 car than is non up lo dmc? Scc our latest XV.1ync Model. lfnginc unusually silcm. Iiasy to crank. Solid tires. Makes less noiic than the .nu CFJQLC lnwnmowcr. Vibrationlcss bcyoml belief. INDORSED BY THOSE WHO KNOW AUSTIN l"'lAI'l1Hl-,ll c1L'R'llS HORN PINK C.'xsoN Miss SIR.-x l'la N Mm. linuxixl II BLUICK MOTOR COMPANY EL CAMPO, TEXAS ASK THE MAN WHO SELLS ONE Our Patrons and Aniverfifery We express our gratitude to the many concerns Whose advertisements have helped make this and previous issues of the Oak possible. But gratitude alone will not compensate them. So, parents and students, let us recip- rocate by giving these loyal advertisers our patronage-thus making their ads and ef- forts in our behalf a really big paying in- vestment for them. Sincerely, The 73llSil1C'SS Jllafzager. f. 3-11. ,L-H Y 1 -e---- -f--- fi e ----A .g-f - "- 1,5 , iid Tqfi 3 -' 754' 1 Tj ' 4 ' -3 4 . f-,iff 1 ew 5 A T3 f. . - r f' fgg , e 'TE , ,- A 4, ow gh . N, 1- -., ,, . V- ,Qig- x -1-L pf! W f X, I i 1? ,QJQ1' .f K M if ' ' 'iw I 5 2 Us :girlie PE' 4 . E MSW?-igz2Er5,5E5e" MT il fwfr' 'WEE NESS- if 'su 11 5 A J 33-5' 'F' L f?eE'fEEgl3: ,, 7 f 'Wei l' f 11' L mf Y 'EF L F. . e sin: ': P 1 A ::. .1.51'fu, ,r f 33 3 3235 145 315Ei..,gi,l1fjAJA...,5u...... N. .- .Ain . il, - .rum-.4-, r ffi3Ff-P M ' A NEW Store-Yes! And TUUR Store More Than Ever Beforcf ongratulations to those whose last year this is and may you prosper and be happy! Titche- Goettinger Co. also wishes to thank you for your past patronage and solicits your future pat- ronage as you go on ahead in school or business. This store has been your Parents store ahead of you and you will not be unwise in your choice if you make it YOURS in the future. The season is at its height and you will find our stocks replete with new fashionable Spring merchandise priced to fit any allowance. Tl'!'C!-lE'CDE'l'TlNGER - afMoln'Elm and St.Puul- Mrs. Lafoyz "Now, if you promise to he ll good boy, I'll take you down town to l -1 see the accidents." LEARNING XVHOS NWHAT- Sflltlfllf lbumping into gray-lmired mnnj: "Hey, where in heck are you go- l524.l526 MAlN,END OF 51-ONE ing? . Mau: "Say, kid. I guess you don't know XJ? who I nm. I'm the assistant football -' Xu " couch." Dallas' Own Clothing Store for Slmlrvzfz "Oh, pin-don me. sir: I School und College Men thought you were the dean." o Buy Guaranteed Refrigerators from Us at Half Price 'AK' Cldlh Special P h O n e Delivery 6 51 Service ' 57 C Eyim YHINKI 1-out un- BAND .xNn Sum: "Come, come, you shouldn't re- QIRCHI sruix fuse to loan me money. One friend should lxsrkuxirm rs iXR'l'1sl'lc'x11r Ri lxxmilli always be willing to help mother." Pl..x'l'lNc9 Iloznml: "I know it. but you will in- sist on always being the other." Marsh-Marley Music Co. '- '- '- 'Q .Ill Erfrluizzerl. - Mun ls e ll r c h i n g I-ICDIJTCMY--,A,lit-I-julfg G,-lillffllgf through house for his wife. to the mnidj: Baud IHSh,Hmf,HIiS "Bridget, rlo you know anything concern- ing my wite's whereabouts?" 1914 Mfllll SUCH Brhlgwf: "Yes, sir. I put them in the Phone 7-5767 Dallas. Texas wash." lane Websler: "Has anyone comment ed on the way you drive?" Anna: "Yesg one fellow made a brief d sts." remark: "Twenty dollars an co Fresh: "What's the odor in the li- lJrary?" Miss Alma.: "Tl1at's the dead silence I keep there." GOLD SEAL 'Dallas' Ifirzesl 'Pash'11r'i:ml MILK TIiNNrsslE DMR!!-s, INc.. Phone 7-6526 T be Qride of Walk Qlfff I li ' 154-'3'7,.:!,g,,' I 0 A , - yangq and 1 I LET THE BIGGEST I Phone Marsalis i I 6-5161 0 ' IN OAK CLIFF - . ' O D0 YOUR WASHING 9 I so bro.: 'I ' 17: I4 LAKESI DE LAUN DRY AND CLEANING COMPANY The S011 fb's Besf Clifford: "Must I sleep in the dark?" AIUfbf'7'I "Yes." Clifford: "Oli, tlicn. let me say n lin-more carefully. 15 BOOK STORE prayers over agg V n W'nk1 ' a' 1 e S Yauvz Prozokrr: "I wish," said Wglre. "that one of you chaps would give me 1 1609-11 Elm cure for insomnia." Q61 "I'I.1Ve you ever." remarked one of his 1620-22 Pau 9 victims, "tried talking to yourself? Cit'l17lfllP Wild Melz.-'I'r111rixl Qin Yel- lowstone Parkj: "Those Indians have a blood-curdling yell." Cgllilffi "Yes, ma'am every one of 'em is a college graduatel' IVVUIIS Srvnf.-Mrs. Cook: "Son do I smell tobacco on your breath?" Tom: "Yes, mother." MOVING VANS STORINC1 BAGGAGI VXAGONS IAliKINGf5llII'I'ING OAR CLIFF FURNITURE 8c STORAGE Co., INc. AI. D. I,UI,RIi, -Qlgr. NEW' AND USIQIJ ITURNITURIT AIVX. Cflflkt HEI-l1CI'l yOu will IILIVC to Rlr-AlRlNt. ANU PIIONI. 6-1028 stop going out with those girls." 'lU"N'5"'N" 114-118 c. s. mnvvs souiu IANC Ani ll PHONE 6-5151 and let us tell you about renovating the old mattress. No trouble to answer questions. ' pleasing dreams H I ggand slumbers 11 t' 7 'W' 'Fl3 'f!Mif-f.1""" ' I' 'wil sco'f'r 19... 5 Q g ,, ,, . x ii - VE i i? 1' 5 'lr -I A . --. ef.e . A tl fe ' f i ? . e e. . I 1 V qggof Y,fiTji?FZ1.- ft M- A -. ff f" " 31:5-2 f 1. 'gmxxykflwkub K 'amz XE -.feijikgyl dl! ff Y - f "offs . ey , f H fd SW" :V T-' fiiprrv our ' A 4FKlC'D PLEASANT DREAMS CAN BE YOURS The foundation of sound and re- freshing sleep is a mattress so con- structed as to buoyantly support the body in perfect rest and relaxation dur- ing the sleeping hours. Thus life, health, and energy is stored up for another day. We manufacture and carry everything in mattress comfort. Our plant is one of the best equipped in the Southland-modern, sanitary, and skilled workmen- DIRECT MATTRESS COMPANY 1420 N. Zangs Q OAK CLIFF PHARMACY CO. I.. O. I'JoNA1.n, 'PIL G., Pres. No. l4I0th and IAIIICJSICF' Phones: 6-SIZI 6-9122 No. 2+Tyler and -IClTCI'f.Ul1- Phones: 6-lllh 6-III7 No. 3-Bishop and Seventh- Phones: 6-illh 6-S I27 No. 44IIeckley K -Iefilersong Phones: 6-8l7l 6-XI72 Four Rexall Stores in Oak Cliff Hee Huw!-In the Country-I.and- lord, you said there were donkeys for all strangers who wished to ascend the moun- tain, and I can only see twof, "Wz1it a moment, sir. Wheii more tour- ists come, there will be more donkeys." I-lfzuijx in TV'tIiIIill4Q - "Motoring is surely a great thing. I used to be fat and sluggish before the motoring craze, but now I'm spry and energeticf' "I didn't know you motored.', "I donit. I dodge." COIIZPIIIIIFIUS of EDWARDS 81 MCCRARY Cofnzplefe Home Furnishers 6-3972 611 E. Jefferson Cliff 3587 .om le 'ashin , cam Wfril-cerpSg:vice Clejiiing aid grossing MARSALIS GARAGE Day and Nxlglat Serwke PAINTING AND POLISHING ACCESSORIES, TIRLS ANU TUBLS IGNITION SERVICE 124 N. MARSALIS PHONL 6-S093 M. M. LANDES, PROP. DAILAS, TLXAS Groceries and Fresh Meats FREE DELIVERY A. 85 A. C. Lemburg, Props. C. Robinson: "Where ya been?" I. Carnes: "Oh, just down lookin over the fence into the graveyard." C. R.: "W'ho's dead?', I. C.: "All of 'em, I suppose." Language Extensiolz Course. - "Have they been married long?" "Just long enough so they have found there are a lot of things that you can't say with flowers." f0lllPfillZ0lIfS of HICKS-GASTON CO. SCHOOL PRINTING OUR SPECIALTY 2029 Jackson St. 2-8512 DRINK Q Every Bottle Sfvrilized OUTHLAN D ICE COMPANY 30 TOTE,M Stations in Oak Cliff IVF Qflpprcriafr' Your Tutrolzage STETSON HATS EAGLE SHIRTS "The Smczrfcfsf Sfyles Firsf' TAILORED CLOTHES x FLORSHEIM SHOES MAN SHOP PHoN1a 6-1094 115 W. Allil-'PERSON l"i'1'lx Fine Now. - Walimt to exchange Restland Memorial lot for furniture, or ear, or anything useful. Little Eloise was lost on the street and was brought into the police station. The oiiicers tried in every way to learn her name. Finally one of the ofhcers said: "What names does your mother call your father "XVhy," said Eloise, very innocently, "she don't call him any namesg she likes himf' Bn MILLINERS' SUPPLY CO. Tfn' I.: lf'4 qvxf Wflwluxule and Rvfuil AflfHi1If'l'j' Sforc' in the Southwest WHY PAY MORE? 911 Elm Street MARTIN WI4.lss, 'P7'K'Xftl1'l1f TIQXAS SICICD 25: PLANT CO LENVI5 ROBINSON, Mun. 9-1124 ECONOMICAI, CQl,IfANlNCQ AND PRLSSING CASH AND CARRY OLE POTTER 621 E. ,l'l'.NTH f Ill lluvzrk ill 'Rigqlllill' flzifl nuff flirty Swing Cfrilfyy T1'1'LIfIlIi'lIf.-'-F4lt1l'ff0ll.Y Our: "Wl1y so gloomy, old chap?" Clloouzyy One: "-lust heard my uncle has cut me out of his will. He's altered it five times in the last two years." "Hal Evidently a fresh-heir fiendf, Darn' fn Br' 11 Mull Tirkvl. - I"loju': "NVill you marry me?" Ifrzfbryfl L.: "No, l'm afraid not." liloyyzfz "Oh, come on, be a support." When Youre Tired and Tlzirszjf -go to Skillerns' for a Double Rich Chocolate Soda. Deliciously rich and full of that mild bittersweet tang, they never fail to pick you up. DRUG Try one today at any STORE C0llIP1iI7I?1'7fS of RAINBOW CLEANING COMPANY If I. A. C. Training in Business Science is worth 540,000 to one company, don't you think it worth careful investigation by you-? International Accountants Society, Incorporated R. W. MOSS, Dist. Manager Phone Z-7728 DALLAS Republic Bank Bldg. TEXAS Fingers Crossed.-He had risked his life to rescue the girl from a watery grave and, of course, her father was grateful. "Young man," he said, "I can never thank you sufhciently for your heroic act. You incurred an awful risk in saving my only daughter." "None whatever, sirf' re lied the ama- QI P teur live-saver, I am already marricdf C. R. CHARLTON Jblarkei and Grocery MINUTE SERVICE nSl'7'Iil7g Oak Clif 25 Years" Phones 6-21055 6-2106 100-02 N. Lancaster WESSON MIEWELRY CO. 347 W. jefferson Avenue We Sjwfrializv on W'ri5f Walrbrs Seven Years Railroad xW72lfCl'l Inspecting R. O. T. C. HEADQUARTERS RIDING ournoou 1-:QUIPM13N'r CLOTHING ' r f 0 C MILITARY EQUIPMENT . 208 N. AKARD STREET Blrxsing in Disguixe.-Sbe fsotto vocejz "George, dear, it's a burglar!" Hrs "Sh-h, don't move, maybe he can get that window upg it's the one we h.1ven't been able to open since the paint- ., ers left. Mildred: "Jack, dear, am I the first girl you ever kissed?" He: "Yes, indeed. I learned to do that from a radio lecture I heard the other night." THE BALCOM CO., Inc. Auriloiuzrn DF.Al.l ns R. C. A. Rudiolas Atwaffr Ken! Radios Loud Speaker 81 Public Address System Tel. 9-8300 321 N. BiSl1Op Oak Cliff Rental Library and Book Shop Miss Thelma fTeddyj Boyd Ijlrrariau GRELTING Camus Biunce ACCESSORIES SCHOOL BooKs ScHooL SUPPLIr1s 931 XV. Jefferson 6-2883 Nichols-Ellis Co. Uilways the Ncfzuesf in Shirts, Neck1tifc'a1', Huis and Sfooes BISHOP AT 7th OAK CLIFF, DALLAS PHONE 9-8711 Where Men and Boys Dress in Style "Marriage," we were saying to a mod- ern young lady the other day, "is a great institution." "Maybe," she said, "but who wants to live in an institutionfi Teurber: "Curtis, if your father could save one dallor a week for four weeks, what would he have?I' Curtis Qpromptlyj: "A radio, an elec- tric refrigerator, a new suit, and Ll lot more furniture. Pease Printing Co. COMMERCIAL PRINTERS Year Books-Catalogs-Booklets Zangl Blvd. and Colorado Phone 6-4205 Sudden Service Station BATTERIES, STARTERS GEN ERATORS 330 West Jefferson Groves- Barns Lumber Co. Lumber, Hardware, Paints, Built-In Fixtures Your T311iIzli11g Sfore 6-2171 Nelfer' Mind flu' Ear-Mujfs.-It was necessary for taxation purposes to decide which side of the Canadian and United States border a farm, which an old lady had just purchased, actually lay. Survey- ors Hnally announced that the farm was just on the American side of the border. The old lady smiled with relief. "I'm so glad to know that," she said. "I've heard that winters in Canada are terribly se- verc.', BISHOP'S PHARMACY "vm, ,-ff oat. mg f1'razles" GRADU ATE P HARIVIACISTS 6-2131 6-2131 'Fil y V A . Tioncers of ' : E ak Chff The TBM! C1l'tIllilIg, Dyeing and iffllll7dl'j'il7g in 'Dallas QUEEN CLEANING CO PA Y Opposite Lake Cliff Park Phone 6-5131 Aflvifa: "What made you quarrel with I:iniS?i' Di' Exile: "Well, he proposed to me again last night." Afzeifnz "Wl1ere was the harm in that?" Dv Ijsflv: "My dear, I had accepted him the night before. Prirr' of C11l'ifJ.YifJ'.1El'll.'fllI "XVhat's the best wav to find out what a woman thinks of you?" Iexxt' C.: "Marry her." Midway Pharmacy Watchmakei' Spvriul 'Prit'rv fo All School l'l1ifil1'r'u Bic Crystals 2Sc 31.00 Crystals 7Sc GARLAND Sc ATNIP AUTO PARK jackson 85 Poydras Phone 2-6062 METRUPOLITAN The name that stands for ermellem-e and leader- ship in the Business College field. 'The superior merits ol' the ME'I'R0l'0LI'l'.-KN are fully attested hy its seasoned ret-ord of 42 YEARS in training young men and women for business sur-cess, Under the vonstant personal management. ot' A. Ilnirland since ISSN. A member of the National .-Xssoriation of Am-redited Commercial Si-hools. Able faculty: standard courses: sound business methods! strong: financial haekinyrg thousands ot' successful graduates: good reputation among: business men, who c-all on us almost daily for lmokkeepers and stenoi1'raphe1':4, It always pays to attend an established, reliable, progressive, influential st-hool. For full information, write, 4-all or phone 2-55334. Metropolitan Business College DALLAS, TEXAS "I3addy,,' said his little daughter, Mar- jie, as they watched an airplane, "do you think they will ever get to heaven flying away up like that?" "Not by going away up, my dear," was his reply. "They are more likely to do it by coming down." Mrs. Leeds: "Martha, llfcllit you get- ting too big to play with boys?,' Mnrflm: "No, Mother. The bigger I get the better I like 'em.'i Hart Schaffner 82 Marx Clothes I ll e!1ZlfZ7l'lIliiL' Styles For High School e7h1C'll At Our New Store HOOVER-LEHMAN CO. MAIN AT FIELD "Sa!esmmz5lzz'p on Pazpfrv is one of the best and most econom- ical methods of selling that you can employ. Are you Working it to the fullest limit? Even if you have the Hnest corps of city or travehng salesmen, you can make their work more productive by adding printed advertising to your selling forces. Let us show you how to do this. ETHERIDGE PRINTING 1812-18 ORANGE STREET Phone 2-8101 S the years go by, this annual will bring back memories of these happy school days' We are glad to contribute this small space to help you in publishing it. Niw at 161618 Elm Street W. A. Cllzzifyfmm' The IIVIPROVED ICE CIKIAQAM and MILIQ "EIJDIEQUIT.,, F. LEVIT JEWELRY Co. Margarrl Srolf: "May lettuce be eaten DA1.LAS, ONLY EXCLUSIVE with the fingers? fggb Iywplgrg Iolm H. Peyfon: "Nog the mouth is 1414 Elm gum gengrally usgdll' IiSl'AllI,lSH1ll 1917 2-7098 Telephone 6,8111 R Tri-117 IQLISI jefferson Tcntll Street Barber Shop and B A R E S Beauty Parlor rr , ,JJ l We Klfolf HOIL "The Best Place tor the W'hole Family" E. B, TIPTON, Pimp. Iiuoi Nl ANI: Flu nriuce PHQMANI NT VVAVIS "W'e Clean Ifverything but .1 Guilty Cfonscientv: Your Business Apprecinred li 1'1'tlY'.Y in Oak Cliff-Ilmm' f,1l'lll'1, Phone 9-3079 1-22 Iinst Ilith .it Lancaster Ave. Eh? jolm Harris: "W'lmt would be the proper thing to say if, in cutting the . l '11, ' p1 l -l'd- ff h' lg l ' Travis, Grcfafvsf Nc'1L'xjmjn'r Luk lt. Swufl S' 2,0 I L P mu 'mo your neighbors lap? Iunzex TY!4'Llflll'I'!7j'Z "Be very courteous. Product of nn institution founded in SHYI 'MHS' I f1'0UblC YOU fill' fhilf dUCli?' V 1842, while Texas was .1 Republic, 'l'l1r' 21' 'P :P :P News has been the greatest single construe- WfH""'I wif Sax! Dfm I you know 1 - there s germs in kissing? tive force in the development of Dallas and 1,-low! D.: Uxvhcn I kiss' I kiss hard North Texas for two generations. enough to kill the germs." TENNIS GOODS FISHING TACKLE HILLPOT 708-10 East Jefferson Avenue 6-1022 Baseball Equipment Bicycles Locks and Keys NOW IN OAK CLIFF KSKINNIE A D JIMMIEMC Jefferson and Madison "That Air Ser-vice" 9-1118 O SELLERS RADIO SHOP Frigidaire and Radios 921 W. Alrrrinsc PFN I ,NINGS l2l W. kll,I"FF,RSl judy T.: "Pa, please buy me a drum." Pa T.: "Nog l'm afraid you'll disturb me with the noise." Indy: "No I Won't, Papa. I'll only beat it when you're asleepf, 4 RQBT. HQDGE The Reliable Tl u 111 ber GAS FITTING AND HEATING Riirmm Wcink A SP1-.OIALTY Oak Cliff 10 W. Davis Timm' Yjtlylllfllfi MIDWAY STAND JOHN,S FAMOUS Bfuusiacuii 100 E. jefferson PHONE 6-0157 BROWN' QualityCandies and Cookies -furnish the proper vita- mins and energy for strength and healthg and SCHOOL DAYS will be happier and healthier if you give them our Candies with their lunch. 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M-.-.4 Leadzhg Store of flze Sozzflzwest Since 185 7 SANGER BRCDS. Q Q.: U N N ELI., DeLuxe ICE CDEAM The fll'fXfUt'1'!lf of Ire Cream 727 W'est Davis 6-R197 Wl7lI11flIij'l12 "Where did you get tint lovely walking-stiek?U Harold Moore: "It was William Kreegerf' Weridyz "Wl1o is he?" 11 present from Harold: "I clon't know: but it is engraved on the gold knob." Lady fto Shawveris motherj: "Your son must be the idol of the family." Mrs. Sl7dlL'l't'l'Z "Oli, yesg lie's been idle for sixteen years." QA!! 21101505 taken by UXQQIMMI Qsfmfio KAI-IN-ATTIRED YOUNG MEN No amount of clothes make success! Paradoxical, however, successful young men are usually well attiredg many are Kahn-Attired! E. M. KAI-IN 84 CO. CSince 18731 Main and Elm at Lamar lakh' G.: "Would you marry an idiot for his money?', Dorothy R.: "O, Jakieg this is so sud- den!" DAN DUPRE j. H. ADDISL7N ORENNA ADn1soN W. I. Aoblsow W. I. ADDISON 8: CO. ESTABLISHED 1881 Svrrirt' for 6'z'ery kind of qq,,,,1f,,, INSURANCE LOANS, INVESTMENTS AND INSURANCE ll6 S. Lancaster . Phones 6-1028 Residence 6-3290 Ku-by Phone Elizabeth Renfrow is so dumb that when the doctor told her to take an apple before going to bed and try to keep it on her stomach, she told him it rolled off when she turned over. TI-IOS. E. COOK 85 SON Wfbolvsrzle Sfo ws 408 lilm Street DALLAS, -- T1-1xAs JEFFERSON PRINTING CO. "Pri11z'i11g ffm! Talksl' 6-0908 213 S. Tyler Robfrla: "But why are those trees bending over so far?,' Ralph Tinklv: "You'd be bending over. too, miss, if you were as full of green apples as those trees are." L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY ejgfclllllfdffltfillg Iewelcfrs and Slfdfi0l1l'TS Specialists in the line of Fraternity, School and College Emblems. Visit our new retil store carrying a complete line of Diamonds, Watches and Novelties. 211 North St. Paul Street "Tay flae Fllffdllt? of the Uillalefic Club" THE SUIT TORIUM ORIGINAL CASH 81 CARRY CLEANERS A. BEN LYTLE, Owner Cleaning, llDj'l'il1g, fyflferafiolzs, Rcflining Suits Pressed While You Wait at All Stores RESPONSIBLE - RELIABLE - PRICES ALWAYS RIGI'IT Swirl Us Your Eufirc' Wardrobcf Oak Cliff Locations-1900 NV. Jefferson, 1107 N. Zangs Blvd Dallas Locations-1916 Live Oak, 2211 Cedar Springs Frosty as a "punkir1" in the moonlight ND NOW the ice-box runs with gas. It is the simplest and most inexpensive chilling method, next to Jack Frost himself. Two Tech students in Stockholm discovered this method, whereby a tiny gas flame plus a trickle of water makes ceaseless cold, year after year. No noise. No machinery. Call at our building, and see the Gas Refrigerator in action. THE DALLAS, GASCUM AN When YOU are the Editor or Manager of "I'lere's where I double my allowance," said Trube, as he folded the twenty-dol- lar bill. Your School's Annual .... TIIE AMERICAN BieAu'i'Y CON'I-lR COMPANY if' it if with its many years of experience, will be glad to . U help you plan a cover that will be striking in ap- Mlx-l Wfuuifwf uRePe3t ln YUUI' Own pearance and economical in cost. You have only to V,'0l'Ll'3, 'l SCS the COW. T110 COW Can fun. ask for this serv' -it is free and places you under The cow is pretty'." H0 Obligation Kenwllw Daniel: "Lamp de cow. Ain't AMERICAN BEAUTY COVER CO 1902 Orange St. DALLAS she a beaut? An' say, baby, she sure can step." lllll Q 44 ll il ., ENGRAWNG BY EESE f sthe emhodiment of skill and handiwork, demands a care, a faith and a hope that can only he acquired through inherent ahility, a desirefto-do and a timefproven experience. All of these requirements of craftsmanship give vivid proof of their existence in the craftsmen of the Cgfouse of Qese by the superiority and individuf ality of the finished product. fx fx fx fx A.ZEI-ESE ENGRAVING Co. S cl: oof 911111115217 olrzflffs-giylfalfensf Dallas ,Texas 3' Index of Adfzzerfisers Addison, XV. I., Ins. . . American Beauty Cover Co. . Balcom Co., Inc., The . Balfour, L. G. Co. -. . Barrett's Cleaners and Dyers Bishops' Pharmacy . . . Brown Cracker and Candy Co. . Cameron Man Shop . . . Carroll's Army Store . Charlton, C. R. Gro. . Coca-Cola Co .... Cook, Thos. E. and Son . Dairyland Products Co. . Dallas Gas Co. . . Dallas News . . . Direct Mattress Co. . Donnell Ice Cream Co. . . DuPre, Dan, Real Estate . . Edwards and McCrary Furn. Co. . Etheridge Printing Co. . . Garland and Atnip Auto Park Green, W. A. Co. . . Groves-Barnes Lbr. Co. . Hicks-Gaston Co. . Hillpor Sports Shop . Hodge, Robt. Plb. . Hoover-Lehman Co. . Jefferson Printing Co. . . Kahn, M. 8: Co .... Lakeside Laundry 81 Cleaning Co. . Lemburg Bros. Gro .... Levit F. Jewelry Co. . . . Marsalis Garage . . . Marsh-Marley Music Co. . Metropolitan Business College . Midway Stand . . . Midway Pharmacy Jeweler Milliners, Supply Co. . . Moss, R. W., Accountant . National Studios The . . Nichols-Ellis Co. . . . . Oak cliff Fur. 81 Stge. Co., Inc. . . Oak Cliff Ice Delivery Co .... Oak Cliff Rental Library and Book Shop . 148 149 140 148 144 141 145 139 140 140 138 148 144 149 144 137 146 148 138 143 142 143 141 138 144 145 142 148 148 136 138 144 138 135 142 145 142 139 140 147 141 137 135 140 Oak Cliff Pharmacy . 137 Pease Printing Co. 141 Potter Ole, Cleaner . 139 Queen Cleaning Co. . . 142 Rainbow Cleaning Co. . 140 Reynolds-Penland Co. 135 Sanger Bros. . . . 146 Sellers Radio Shop . 145 Skillern 86 Sons . 139 Skinnie 81 Jimmie . 145 Southland Ice Co. . 138 Sudden Service Station , 141 Suitatorium . ...... 149 Tennessee Dairies, Inc ..... 136 Tenth St. Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor . 144 Texas Seed BC Plant Co ..... 139 Titche-Goettinger Co. . 134 Van Winkle's Book Store . 136 XVesson Jewelry Co. . . 140 XVilkinson Ptg. Co. 145 Zeese, A. Engr. Co .......... 150 OTHER SUPPORTERS OF THE OAK Barkshadt, H., Candy Mfg ....... 117 S. Lancaster Bracken Ptg. Co. . . . .1428 N. Zangs Capital Food Products Co. . . 2208 Summers Curtis Store . . . 111 N. Lancaster Empire Hat Works . . . 115 N. Akard First Aid Pharmacy . . 201 N. Ewing Fulton Market .... . 904 Main St. Harry's Pine Shoe Repairing . 413 N. Akarcl Imperial Cafe .... . . 902 Main Jefferson Cafe . . . . 312 S. Houston Turner's Shoe Repair Shop . . . 203 S. Ervay 'Q 1 2 . " 3 9 " 5 ve 1' ' ' J , 2 T- --.141 Gyms gain


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