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Page 65 text:
Atteberry, Marguerite Depue. Do1'othy
Barley, Mary Frances
Brannon, Edna Earle
Burdette, Sara Jane
Coffey, Virginia Alice
Crowson, Mary Lou
Addison, F. W.
Benson, I. B.
Campbell, S. P.
Chandler, B'. B.
Elmer, Ida Fay
Fermin, Emma Ellen
Fogle, P. W.
Gardner, Harry L.
Gee, Thomas B.
Hendricks, J. P.
Howard, La Verne
Scott, Clara Belle
Small, Mary Helen
Morgan, John W.
Muirhead, JZ L.
Smith, J . T.
Stroud, Tillie Dell
Vantreese, R. B.
Wheeler, J. B.
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SUE HARGIS . . . . President
LAURENCE JOHNSON . . Vice-President
MARY HELEN SMALL . . . Secretary-Treasurer
Miss LORINE HIGGINBOTHAM . . . . Sponsor
The 3B class is one of the peppiest classes in Oak Cliff High. Under the helpful
guidance of our sponsor, Miss Higginbotham, we are advancing to greater and greater
Among our activities the Winning of the Interclass basketball and track champion-
ships by the Junior class stands high. We are well represented in the Scholarship Club and
the Pan-American League, and our matinee dance, given with the 2A class, was judged an
We have many bright and shining stars. One of our brightest is Elizabeth Tipps. She
has shown that she has dramatic ability by winning-wp to Hollywood as a result of
being judged the best actress in a recent all-Dallas talkie. Stanley Patton is a promising
young journalist, and last, but not least, are our two track stars, Thurmond Gentry and
We are looking forward to our Senior year, and living up to the high standards of
Oak Cliff High by supporting our school at all times.
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2A Class O very
ANCELO PIRANIO . . President
JANIE LARGE . . Vice-President
FRANCES DOUGHTY . Secretary-Treaszuvr
Miss MABEL ROCKETT . . . . Sponsor
The 2A class is one of the largest classes in the school, so you can expect many things
from them in the future. They have completely lost their timidness of last year, and can
be seen at any time walking down the halls with a jaunty air and a quite feel-at-home
attitude toward the whole school in general.
A Weiner roast was given in the fall, under the direction of Miss Mary Clyette, who
was then sponsor of the class. In the spring, a matinee dance was given jointly with the
3B class. The dance was voted a success by all who attended it.,
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