Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1932

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Page 71 text:

Hardaway, Merle Harper, Brunette Harper, Jewell Hicks. Evelyn Holden, Dorothy Hucklabee, Clyra Mae Huffhine, Mary Bell Huston, Margaret E. Hutson, Mozelle Inman, Elsie Jane Jackson, Mildred Ray Keathly, Doris Kelley, Mary Katherine Kelley, Opal Mae Kiblinger, Margaret Kirby, Dorothy Kirby, Maudine Kirk, Crystal Lacy, Lorraine Leach, Violet Lee, Dorothy Leeds, Kathleen Lester, Ruth Lewis, Katherine Lindsey, Theda Logan, Mary Ellen McDonn0ld, Norma McGrew, Mary Frances McKay, Betty Jim McLoren, Vera Mills, Nadine Nalldrew, Hazel Neal, Wanda Neff, Yvonne Newsom. Hazel Ozley, Billie Frances Pasley, Doris Penson, Billie Pitt, Loreta Powers, Laura Prince, Ada Ann Reynolds, Bobbie Ridley, Florence Schell, Mary Schumcker, Mabel Seago, Elizabeth Sikes, Margaret Simpson, Mary Mildred Simpson. Natalie Skinner, Dorothy Slaydon, Ladille Smith, Yvonne Snapp, Marynel Taylor, Ava Belle Taylor, Jaurea Taylor, Key Thomason, Doris Thompson, Maxy Jean Townsen, Evelyn Waddle, Valda Mae Wall, Essie Wil, Virginia Mae Wallace, Elva Walthers, Ruth Ward, Sammielu Weatherred,Lou Wheeler, Rose Williams, Johnnie Williams, Marie Williams, Sarah Wilson, Joy Wilson, Ruth Wiseman, Lola Wright, Mildred Yeager, Ruth Boys Allison, Dan Ardain, Frank Armstrong, Fred Baer, Walter Barrett, Herbert Beaudum, Albert Bivings, Gene Bray, Frank Dudley Brichell, James Brooks, Charles Butler, Jack Campbell, Milton Carpenter, Liverett Carroll, Carle Compton, Clifford Conner, Bill Cook, Atlas Cravens, Jake Darnell, Glenn Davis, Joe Davis, Gilder Deam, Andrew Deis, John Dinkins, David DeVaux, Oscar Elms, Tom, Jr. Ferguson, Billy Fess, Donald Fry. Gordon Fuess, Carl Fussell, Jim Gates, Henry Lee Gay, George H. Goener, Frank Gray, Earl Grace, J. C. Guest, Emmett Guy, Claude Hall. Jimmie Hamilton, Billie Hamilton, Orville Hicks, Glenn Honing, Charles Horn, Lloyd Hunter, William Hurt, Wilbur Ingram, J. B. Jackson, Harold King, Marshall Kinkel, Herbert Kinsey, J. H. Kirk, Ferris Koch, Carl Kruteleki, George Lee, Carlton Lee, Frank Leonard. Mervin Lindsey, Louree Livingston, Harold Logan, J. C. McAdams, Archie McCombs, W. H. Mangum, L. B. Manning, James Marsh, Malcolm Melton, Ben Morris, Travis Munster, Herman Nelson, Russell Norred, Talmadge Ogden, Donald Palmer, J. W. Phillips, Clayton Phillips, William Pilkington, Murle Piper, Charles Pope, Jerome Powell, W. A. Price, Leon Randolf, Frank Ritchie, Wilbur Riviere, Paul Roberts, J. W. Robinson, Earl Rollandin, Albert Samuels, Joe Scherer, Robert Schmidt, H. L. Shananhan, Leo Stephens, Philip Stokes, Bobby Stricklin, Tobe Tackwell, Melvin Tanner, James Tidwell, Jack Tidwell, James Thomas, Joseph Turley, Billy Turner, W. A. Virgil, Henry Waite, Bliss Watson, Floyd Whitler, W. C. Wilder, Marion Williams, Bott Williams, Preston Willis, Billy Willis, Delbert Winters, Oliver Wright, John Wright, Pelham

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l V IA Clam cers JOHN DEIS . President JOE DAVIS . . . Vice-President KATHRYNE GATLIN Secretary-Treasurer ALLEENE FULGHUM . Social Chairman JEANNE DUNTLEY . Program Chairman YVONNE NEFF . . Acorn Reporter Miss IDABEL CABANISS . . . Sponsor In January a horde of 1A's poured through the Gates of Learning and stumbled down the Road of Knowledge. They had lived happily through their first term and were willing to do all they could to make the 1B's feel at home. When the 1A's first assembled in the auditorium of Oak Cliff in September, they ap- peared to be a group of baby leopards, not yet admitted to the great leopard throng. They showed the faculty and student body that they had the true Oak Cliff spirit in them -just undeveloped. Miss Cabiniss is an excellent sponsor and the 1A class feels indebted to her for the interest she has taken in their activities. IA Clam Girls Booth, Elizabeth Choate, Elsie Donahoe, Mary Fulghum, Alliene Allen Frances Boyetbe, Helen Clark, Joyce . Duntley, Jean Gallaspie, Cecile Arnslgigel. Mary Joy Brewer, Bettye Coylngton, Elizabeth Eastham, Margaret Gatlin, Kathryne Bailey, Wi'nnel1 Burdine, Gerell Cristol, Johanna Edmonson, Janice Gilmore, Mildred Baker Bobbie Caillet, Enla Culbreath, Juanita Edwards, Ruth Gordon, Peggy Baker' Louise Callaway, Dowdy, Sarah Estep, Helen L. Grenn, Geneva Bartok Marie Mary Frances Day, Lucy Lee Farmer, Judith Greer, Baughlhan Julia Carpenter, Lorraine Dobbins, Margaret Fltzhugh, Clydie Myrle Bentley W'inifred Chapman, Dorothy Donnell, Don Paula Hamlin, Inez Berry, Fern Cherry, Margie Charlotte Ruth Fleming, Sarah Beth Hampton, Consuelo

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IB Clam' oem , J. H. KILLOUGH . . . President MARY KENDRICKS . . Vice-President ROBERTA ELLIOTT . . Secretary Miss ABBIE CRANE . . S ponsofr The 1B class is made up of one hundred sixty-six graduates of the Hogg, Bowie, Rea- gan, Peeler and Mills Elementary Schools. On February 23, the first meeting of the class was held in order to organize and elect oflicers. Miss Crane is the faculty sponsor. The members of the class hope that they will individually and collectively distinguish themselves so as to justify the faith which Miss Crane has in them. They merely ask the school to give them a chance and they will do their best to prove that the Freshman class of 1932 is just as brilliant and promising as any which has gone before.

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