Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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Tl-IE OAK - 5 DALE DURRETT Entered from Bowie, '3O. Spanish Club, R.O.T.C.g Orchestra. "A prompt decisive boy is he." - X I '35 .Af eq' I 'i E' Fl Q -. MARY Lou CROWSON Entered from Bowie, '30. Spanish Clubg Pen Pal Club, Acorn Staffg Gymboree, Girl's Glee Club, All City Chorusg Music Study Clubg Art Club. ffsbe is not conscious of her worth." ,AJ LEOLA DEGEN Entered from Reagan, '29. Pen Pal Clubg Dramatic Clubg Latin Club, Acorn Staff, Gymboree, Poppy Sale. "She leaves 4 lzleusrmt memory in ber wake." IDA FAY ELMER Entered from Bowie, '30. Spanish Club, Pen Pal Club, Pan American League, Acorn Staff, Scholarship Club, Forget-me-not Saleg Poppy Sale, Texas Poetry Contest. "The force of her merit makes her way." EMMA ELLEN FIRMAN Entered from Sunset, '3l. Poppy Saleg Forget-me-not Sale, Art Club. "A girl with a knack to :lo everything well." ANNA GARY Entered from Reagan, '30. Poppy Sale, Gymboree. "Hawk quiet for you, self-possession aml thozightfiiliicsxf' LUCILLE GRIFFIN Entered from Peeler, '3O. Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Gymboree. "She has that gay and saucy way, That niulccs us watch her with delight." HOWARD GREATHOUSE Entered from Woodrow Wilson, '31. Trackg Senior Play, '34. i "Who conquers me shall fiml a stubborn foe." Vw- N115 I 7' . V . .X i . W, ' .. .fffe Page Twentyftwu

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Tl-IE OAK F. W. ADDISON Entered from Bowie, '3O. National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Oak Staffg Eilieiency Private, '32, One Act Play, '33, Footballg Trackg Class Officerg Hi-Y Officerg Popularity Con- testg Crack Companyg Crack Platoong Four-Year Linz Pin. "The reason girls go to football games and stay until the curl." ARNOLD ANDERSON Entered from Reagan, '30. Footballg Track, Latin Club, R.O.T.C. "A good nature is the very air of a goozl mind." DOROTHEA BRASFIELD Entered from Austin, '30. Operetta, '32g Peppy Sale, Spanish Clubg Forget-me- not Salcg Dramatic Clubg Senior Play, '34g Arorn Staff, Gymboree. "Sweetness aml friemlship shine forth from her face." TAD BENNETT Entered from Peeler, '30. Honor Bandg Oak Cliff Band, Camp Dallas, '31-'SSQ Rifle Team, '32-'33g State Band Contest, '31, Palace Band Contest, ,315 Radio Band Contest, '3lg Orchestra, '30. "Those with musical talent are useful on many oeeasionsf' ADRIANA CENDALLI Entered from Sunset, '32, Glee Club Officer, Operetta, '32-'33g Stamp Club: Spanish Clubg Gymboree, Poppy Sale. "A girl you ca11't forget." B. B. CHANDLER Entered from Cement City, '32. "As perfect a man as one shall see? MAYME FRANCES CROSBY Entered from Sunset, '32. Poppy Saleg Forget-me-not Sale, Acorn Staff, Dramatic Clubg Scholarship Club. "All that in woman is adored, in thy sweet self We fimlf' TRAVIS CARR Entered from Bowie, '30. "Small of stature, big in intellect, great in heart." Page Twenty-one 'K 1 W as, . fs na 'WI Avfn' 2 ' A 5 ' Ng. -e A A



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Tl-IE OAK CALVIN HARRIS Entered from Highland Park, '32. Spanish Club, Pen Pal Club, Crack Company, Crack Platoon, Rifle Team, Aviation Club, Commissioned Officer, Acorn Reporter. "A conceitea' youth with good reasons for his conceit." VERNA HUSTON Entered from Hogg, ,30. French Club, Art Club, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Gymboree, Property Staff of Senior Play, Acorn Staff. "All the traits that make a worthy woman, beauty and worth alike, is ber content." LOUISE HANNA Entered from Reagan, '30. Art Club, Girls' Glec Club, All City Chorus, Operctta, Acorn Staff, Spanish Club, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale. "Short am! xwcct, but long in the minzlr of c1feryo11e." LAVERNE HOWARD Entered from Sunset, ,30. Dramatic Club, Cantata, Opcrettn, Class Officer, Popularity Contest, '30-,34, Pan American League, Spanish Club, Acorn Reporter, Scholarship Club, Gymboree, Poppy Sale. "lf ilu? world were iz xtagr, sloeirl play lacr part- Willy gL'I1lll11r? skill will dramatic art." CLINTON IQEENEY Entcrcd from Bowie, '29. er n You woulzl walk a mile to mrut him. HENRY LESLIE Entered from Bowie, '30. "Quick of jzcwrptiolz mul ready of wit." FERNE MCDOUGLE Entered from Hogg, '30. Scholarship Club, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, Acorn Staff, Class Oiliccr, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Gymboree. "lf'ufr-lx of glowing splemlor and xillzx of brilliant lustre, were faslaionrd for such a xlacf' LILA MCINTYRE Y intvgd Eomicvcgy Pills, California, '3-3. Senior Play, Battalion Sponsor, '34. "Shu rrnziinlx om' of a zlinzinutiuc Sjranisly Seriorita, or a Gypsy muirl with llrc gairly of Ronnmy in lim' heart." Page Twetny-three

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