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The Oak Cliff Parent-Teacher Association is in its thirtieth year, hav-
ing been organized in 1901. The motto of the club is, "Let us not be
weary in well doing, for in due season we shall reap if we faint not." This
paraphrased spells SERVICE.
The club has a sympathetic interest in all the activities of the stu-
dents. The needs of the various departments of the school are carefully
looked into, and every effort is made to render the best service where it is
most needed. Welfare work is emphasized. It is aimed to keep boys and
girls in school if possible. Books, clothing, and lunches are furnishedg
medical aid is given when needed, and employment is secured. The club
is back of the movement to induce the street car company to extend the
age limit for three-cent fare from seventeen to twenty-one years. A
book exchange was conducted the first week of school, which enabled
the students to secure used books at a reasonable price.
That the Student Loan Fund is appreciated by girls who Wish to fur-
ther their education is evinced by the promptness and regularity with
which the money is refunded. Several hundred dollars have been loaned
since the fund was established.
The day of the yearly luncheon, which is furnished the teachers on
the opening day of school, might be called "Reassemby Day,', for it is the
only time of the year that all the teachers and a large representation of
the parents are together. The spirit of friendly co-operation that is felt
at this time should make every Parent represented in the school wish to
become an active member of the organization.
The ultimate aim of the association is character building. A modern
educator says, "Character is caught, not taught." We are endeavoring to
make the infection as contagious as possible. The Oak Cliff High Parent-
Teacher Association is striving to hold up a high standard of life which
will be worthy of emulation, and to foster ideals which will promote
the intellectual, moral and spiritual growth of our young people.
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WM. A. BASOM .
TOM COOK, JR. .
J. R. SYPERT
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C. L. DOUGHTY .
L. H. BERRY .
M. M. HERRING .
R. B. KENNEDY .
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J. R. SYPERT G. A. SPRAGUE F. B. ELLISON
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The Dad's Club was organized on September 26, 1929, in co-opera-
tion with the Oak Cliff Parent-Teacher Association, for the purpose of
aiding the students of the Gals Cliff High School. The club consists of
about fifty members.
During the past two years, the club has sponsored the naming and
dedication of the Adamson Field, entertained the football boys with a
banquet, furnished football sweaters to the team this year, found employ-
ment and assisted boys who otherwise would have been unable to remain
in school, and sponsored several sport rallies. The Dad's Club stands
ready and willing to help the student body in any way possible.
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