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Page 98 text:
Noiiofzol Honor Society
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Election to the National Honor Society is the highest scholastic honor that can be
conferred on any student in the school. This society was started in Oak Cliff High
School for the purpose of honoring worthy students.
The Constitution provides for the election of members to this society on the basis
of four cardinal principles: character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Not more than
fifteen per cent of any 4A class, ten per cent of any 4B class, or five per cent of any
3A class may be elected to the society. After the elimination has been made by looli-
ing over the grades of the first three years as well as of the fourth, a list is submitted
for the approval of all the teachers.
Each member of the National Honor Society receives a goldlpin as a symbol to
help keep in mind the purposes of the society. These pins were donated this year by Mr.
The organization is purely social. The senior members gave a tea for the newly
elected junior members in December. This society also put on a play for the Scholar-
ship Club Christmas party. The annual banquet is planned for May.
The pledge of the National Honor Society is: T 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.
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Brannon, Edna Earle
Davis, Myra l.ouist
Holland Ella May
jones, W. li.
Kennedy , Margaret
Lee, Zella Rutli
Melton, Mary l,ouiSe
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