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Page 101 text:
Bedwell, Mary Gary
Crow, Bertha Lee
Cook, Oleta Faye
Couch, Frankie Lou
Christal, Rosa Lee
Cozby, Edna Earl
Diseher, Anna Jo
Koch, Doris Louise
Morrow, Elzie Mae
Martin, Ada Rhea
Mathews, Irma Dee
Oliver, Jessie Mary
Small, Mary Helen
Turner, Lida Rohan
Wilds, Ethel Ruth
Walters, Ralph E.
Page 100 text:
HELEN MARABLE .... . . . . . Prcsiflcnf
DAVID PEELER . . Vice-P1'c'sidc'11t
MELVA FRANKLIN . . Sc'c'rz'1'ary
The Scholarship Club is one of Oak Cliff High School's greatest achievements.
Although its victories are not heralded by the newspapers and by special assemblies,
these victories appear consistently at the end of every six weeks. Ever since the begin-
ning of the club, which was formed to give recognition to that group of students
making excellent grades on their report cards, it has grown in numbers. The Scholar-
ship Club's members number, on an average, one hundred sixty.
The names of all students having an average of 90 on their report cards for six
weeks with no grade below 80 go on the monthly roll. All students maintaining this
average for one year have their names on the year record and receive a one year Linz
Award. For a four year average of 90 the student is given a four year Linz Pin: for a
four year average of 80 with no grade below 80, an Everts' Award.
It is through the untiring efforts of the Parent-Teacher Association that the
Scholarship Club has been entertained at parties without the payment of dues and has
often enjoyed refreshments at the meetings that are held every six weeks. A Christmas
party with all the gaiety of gifts and refreshments was given this year. The Parent-
Teacher Association is encouraging scholarship among the underclassmen by offering a
cash prize each semester to the underclassman making the highest average for that
semester. The prize for the fall term was given to Willibel Hooper.
Under the guidance of Miss Harris, the sponsor, the Scholarship Club in Oak Cliff
High School has grown to be the largest in Dallas. Miss Harris has been ably' assisted
by Miss Rockett, Mrs. Bramlette, Miss Crane, and Mrs. Herring, the P. T. A. sponsor.
Page 102 text:
January Senior Play
IT HAPPKNIQIJ IN HOLLYXVOOD
If fIll!7f7l'lIf't! in floll-izrnrzrf, the play presented by the graduating class of Janu-
ary, 1931, was a very entertaining comedy in three acts. It was directed by Mrs. Wfanda
Banker, Dramatic Instructor of the Oak Cliff High School.
The story is laid in the beautiful home of a California society leader, Mrs. Pembroke.
The plot centers around a young manxs aspirations to become a great movie hero, his
consequent renting of Mrs. Pembrol4e,s home from her butler fwho rents it without her
knowledge, during her absencej , and the unexpected arrival of Mrs. Pembrokeys daughter
and her daughter's chum, Princess Dolores. Many complications arise when the real
prince fPrince Umbertj arrives in Hollywood to find that an impostor is assuming his
name, the impostor being none other than Alvan Tremayne, the young man who wants to
break into movie fame. In the end Alan Tremayne falls in love with Mrs. Pembroke's
daughter, Josie, and decides that he dosn't want to be a movie hero after all. And, too,
the Princess falls in love with the real Prince whom she ran away from because her
guardians tried to force her into marrying him, before she had ever seen him, for state
The cast of characters was as follows:
.Iarvis fbutlerj . IJINIS liiaowx
Messenger Iiiaxx ix llc Pm
Tom Garrity . . . W,lI,I.IAN1 SHAW
josie Pembroke . LYNNI LL Maria s
Princess Dolores .lOSI.l'HlNl. fXLI'XANIll-.ll
Phyllis Duganne . Maiumiu T M1l.1.1-it
Bert Qreal princej ..., li ssl IRWIN
Doreen Downing Di LLA l.oUlsl- MLLCRAKY
Polly O'Connor . hloaxxa Nlrlc HELL
NIr5,Pcn1lJr0kc KA'I'lll.I'.I'N klARl:Il
Sir I'lumphrQy . I.l.MUlI. STROUD
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