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Parent- Teacher Association
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"Let us not be weary in well doing, for in due season we shall reap
if we faint not."
Since 1901 the mothers of Oak Cliff have given of their time, love and money to aid
the students and build up the civic and moral spirit of the schools.
First there Was the Oak Cliff Improvement Society, then the Mothers' Club, later
High School Mothers' Club, and since 1916 the Oak Cliff High Parent-Teacher Associa-
V Our membership is composed of mothers, fathers, faculty and commercial doners to
the number of approximately four hundred members.
We have endeavored to fill every requirement needed for a Well-rounded association.
The Program Committee this year has brought to us a very interesting program of "Suc-
cessful Partnership of Home and School,', featuring a member of the faculty and an out-
side speaker on each program. The Social Committee has provided chaperons for all student
activities, thereby helping the teachers to build up a high standard for student social life.
The Educational Committee has worked consistently for higher averages in all depart-
ments and has had the pleasure of seeing the Scholarship Clubgrow to over 225 members.
The Health Committee has helped to build healthy happy boys and girls and inspired a
love for all clean outdoor sports. The Ways and Means Committee has a very important
place, for they must devise ways to supply the money to carry out the needs of the
Last, but not least, is the Adamson Loan and Welfare Chairman, who is doing a
beautiful piece of work among the students. It has been our privilege to materially assist
about twenty-five children to finish their education. Our sincere thanks go to our prin-
cipal, Mr. Adamson, our dean, Miss Graves, and the entire faculty, for their faithful
Our love and prayers go with our Seniors as they go out into the world outside of
Oak Cliff High. May they always keep close in their hearts the Oak Cliff spirit, and live
up to the principles instilled in them during their four happy years. .
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. G. C. WHIPKER
J. C. PEYTON .
H. C. MAIDEN .
. WIRT C. WELCH
JAS. J. WILSON
B. E. GREER .
J. J. LEE . .
C. L. DOUGHTY
. W. H. BYRD .
L. O. DONALD .
M. C. MCLARRY
. CHAS. S. HOPKINS
. GEO. A. SPRAGUE
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G. A. SPRAGUE . ...... . . . President
LEROY LEWIS . . First Vice-President
J. A. GARVIN . . Second Vice-President
J. G. JONES . . . . Secretary
H. F. PARK . ' . Treasurer
The Oak Cliff High Dads' Club was organized in November, 1931, and now has an
enrollment of about one hundred and Hfty members. The club is due the thanks of the
school for the altruistic and helpful work they are doing. Among the beneficiaries of the
club this year we find the rifle team, the foofballl team and the mechanical drawing
department. The Dads helped buy sweaters for boys on the two teams and contributed
mechanical drawing 'instruments valued at one hundred dollars to the Mechanical Draw-
ing Department. A , Q - A .
The organization has rnade it possible for two fourth-year boys -to remain in school by
its financial aid and it has also purchased books and other necessities for several other
students. In the interestflofischolarship the club offered two prizes, five dollars in gold
for the student making themmost progress in English and Mathematics during the last
semester. The school library has received a number of rare volumes on Texas History as a
gift from the Dads' Club. The organization has cooperated in every possible way with the
Parent-Teachers' Association and the two clubs have done much toward making Oak
Cliff High a school of which Dallas may be proud.
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