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Alexander, Jo Bet Clinton, Paulyne
Allen, Helen Mae Coleman, Catherine
Allsopp, Theresa Connell, VVinona
liartlet t , Ellen
Beattie, Martha Alie
Childs, Rose Marie
Cleveland, Mary Jane
Couneil, R, C.
Atkinson, Vada Marie Conner, Nellie
Croft, Mary Alive
Eason, Mary Ethel
Elmer, Lucy Anna
tlreen, Eula Mae
ssa ry, Uved
Hamilton, Edu in
tQrit't'in, Mary Olive
Haynes, lbollie Lee
Hooper, llorothy Lou
Johnson, I". M.
Lindsay, VV. I..
Melton, Mary Louise
Monroe, Mary Jo
Oliver. Jessie Mary
Sanders, Mary Louise
Niehols, Rip VVood
Smith, Mary Lee
Wilson, Helen Marie
Stanley. J. NV.
Vtfalters, A. ll.
VVilson, James li.
Page 60 text:
3 A Class Offcers
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NlAXlNl'. Ifoian . . S1'1'1'1'f111'y 411111 Trmslrrei'
MA1x'1'1i,x QLVll.l.,fXN Sm'i11l Clldifllldfl
R111 NIKZIILDI s . . . P1'og1'11111 Cibtlifllltlll
Miss M 'xiu,,x1uf1' Hmuus . SPOIIXOI'
It seems as if the 3A's have tried to succeed very hard lately and there can be but
one idea in mind-that of being Seniors next year.
This class has been exceptionally well represented in all forms of activities and or-
ganizations of the school.
During the term several entertainments were given under the direction of Miss
Harris, our sponsor.
This is nn outstanding class with several prominent students and we all hope for
their success during their senior year.
"Nor I,o11r' nm' S1111 ix 111' who Walkx all ljlly,
Wiflz j1l1'11s1111l 7'fI01lKQlII'K for Co111ru1l1's on HJC way."
Page 62 text:
3B Class Offcers
HousToN DI-.AN ......... . Pwsizlezzl
GP.NE G1,IDEXY'EI.l, . Vin'-llnfxidwzf
l7AUl.INli Hfxiuusox . . SK'l'I'f'flll',j'
Miss VIRCilNI.N Rotrrns . Sjwzzxor
The BB Class has been supporting the school wholeheartedly this year. Representa-
tives from the class are to be found in almost all of the various organizations in the Oak
Cliff High School.
The outstanding feature of the full activities was the program presented at an
assembly-a playlet that was considered distinctive by both faculty and students. Under
the supervision of Miss Mabel Rockett, who was at that time sponsor of the class, a play,
"The Fatal Quest", directed by Edna Bennett, was produced. The main characters
were: Helen Riddels, Milton McCord, Betty Buster, Chauncey Brown, Frankie Lou
Couch and Edna Bennett.
"Enjoy ffm Road. The Bm! ix lolz' fo Tboxe,
H7110 IIIIVILY Bfimfluy fozcwlwf fbi' IUIH'IIt'-YS, Clow."
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