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Page 67 text:
Ardis, Sallie Jo
Bozeman, Addie B.
Coombs, Betty Gail
De Vaux, Camilla
Graham, Minnie Pearl
Jackson, Mary George
Koch, Doris Lou
Lambert, Patty R.
Le Villoux, Alice
Fitzgerald, Imogene Moore, Josephine
Nelson, Parkee Leegle
Gallagher, Bernice Orman, Sammy Ray
Pierson, Nina Ruth
Sandlin, Ruby Grace
Smith, Mary Edna
Stogner, Lida Bess
Talbert, Della Mae
Taylo1', Pruda B.
Wilds, Ethel Ruth
Amis, J. L.
Bourn, Joe Forest
Eastham, Henry Clay
Gilbert, J. C.
Heiskell, Jim Dave
Johnston, D. E.
Kirkpatrick, H. L.
McCulloch, L. N.
Nelson, L. B.
Stephen, C. W.
Tennison. Donald 7
Turner. Fred Kenneth
Wedel, C. B.
Page 66 text:
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.,
Page 68 text:
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A 2B Clam O rem
DOROTHY BRANT . . President
RosE MARIE HOWELL . . Vice-President
CHARLOTTE WARE . . . Secretary-Treasurer
Miss MARY LOUISE CLYETTE . . . Sponsor
Notwithstanding the difficulties that were encountered by the 2B class the previous
year, the class has as much vim, vigor and vitality as any other class in Oak Cliff High
They appear to be very studious and full of ambition and they have a good many
members on the Scholarship Club. Their highest ambition at present is for each of the
members to be represented in some of the many activities of che school.
The 2B's are earnestly striving to maintain the highest possible standing in Oak Cliff
High School and to uphold the 'sold Oak cliff Spirit."
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