Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1932

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Page 65 text:

Atteberry, Marguerite Depue. Do1'othy Barley, Mary Frances Bates, Ophelia Berry, Velma Bibb, Louise Bowen. Jeannette Brannon, Edna Earle Burdette, Sara Jane Coffey, Virginia Alice Cowgill, Ledis Cox, Lois Crowson, Mary Lou Addison, F. W. Anderson, Arnold Anderson. Richard Barnes, Carlton Benson, I. B. Campbell, S. P. Chandler, B'. B. Drake, Glenn Ethridge, Edgar Faulkner, Clifford Dow, Wileadean Elmer, Ida Fay Eyre, Lucretia Fermin, Emma Ellen Gallaway, Earline Gary, Anna Gilbeck, Mildred Gounslade, Genevieve Hanna, Louise Hargett. Helen Hargis, Sue Fogle, P. W. Gardner, Harry L. Gee, Thomas B. Guard, Jack Halliburton,Billy Hendricks, J. P. Hill, Herman Horton. Monroe Isham, Fred Johnson, Laurence 3B Clam GIRLS Hernandez, Corola Harrison, Juanita Hernandez, Rosabelle Hickey. Juanita Houpt. Tomie Howard, La Verne Huston, Verna James, Keren McDaniel, Evelyn McDougle. Ferne McHam, Helen Mallicot, Vernelle Mann, Mary BOYS Jones, Jack Kast, Norbert Keeney, Clinton Knifiey, Wilmer Lamb, Luther Lee, Clarence Lee, Lucian Leslie, Henry McLeod, Angus McMains, Alvin Neibor, Marie Oliver, Jane Peck, Marcelle Pierson. Chrystelle Post, Dollie Rawlings, Olina Roberts, Louise Schlinke, Lillian Schulz, Katherine Scott, Clara Belle Shadday, Dorothy Small, Mary Helen Meazelle, Smith Morgan, John W. Muirhead, JZ L. Ogden, Taylor Patton, Stanley Redding, Edwin Scudder, Johnie Smith, Edwin Smith, J . T. Snyder, Thomas Smith, Dorothy Stephens, Eleanor Stringfellow, Mildred Stroud, Tillie Dell Taggart, Eleanor Tipps, Elizabeth Treadwees, Verna Upham, Georgia Walden. Viola Warrick, Doris Willoughby, Lo1'ee Wright, Ollie Vantreese, R. B. Wallace, John Weete, Melvin Welch, Tim Wheeler, J. B. White, Russell Womack, Robert Woolf. Johnie Worder, Eugene

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AN fx U r ' D W ggi? C oem 1 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 heights. 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 outstanding success. 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 Howard Greathouse. 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. m1mxaE



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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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