Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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THE OAK EDWIN REDDING Entered from Bowie, '30. National Honor Societyg Scholarship Clubg Class Of- Hcer Senior Classg French Clubg Hi-Yg Linz Awardg P.T.A. Awardg Business Manager Oak Staff, '34, "All his stnrlies were a joy to him." DOROTHY SMITH Entered from Reagan, '30. Poppy Saleg Gymboreeg Scholarship Club. "In thy face we see the map of honor, truth and loyalty." MoNsoN STOKELEY Entered from Sunset, '29. Baseball. "Honest labor bears a lovely facef' REED SHANKS Entered from Peeler, '30. All-City Bandg State Band Contest. "He has a smooth and steadfast mind." MARY HELEN SMALL Entered from Hogg, '30. Girl Rescrvesg Scholarship Clubg Class Officerg Presi- dent National Honor Societyg Spanish Clubg Dramatic Clubg Pan American Student Forumg Gymboreeg Poppy Sale. "She can smile, she can blush, Anil at either occupation, she is charming? DOROTHY SHADDAY Entered from Reagan, '30, Poppy Saleg Gymboreeg Scholarship Clubg Dramatic Clubg Linz Bible Awardg National Honor Society. "ln virtues nothing earthly could surpass her." ELIZABETH JANE TIPPS Entered from Hogg, '30. Editor of Aeorng R.O.T.C. Sponsorg Declamation Contestg Class Ofhcerg Dramatic Clubg Senior Playg Scholarship Clubg Pan American League. "Not very tall anal really very small, But fair and sweet and loved by all? C RAYJBUXEN TAYIIORC Y L C W Entered in '30, Senior Hi Yg Arorn Staffg Dramatic Clubg Latin Club. "There is only one proof of ability-action." Page Twenty-yive Q' V . N 4 g rg Y ash l ., t , 'Irv'- fr'-5 F .- .Qs .Q

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THE OAK ' 5 DOROTHY MADDOX iii" Entered from Bowie, '31, Officer Pen Pal Club, Scholarship Club, Dallas-Day Pageant, Forget-me-not Sale, Oak Staff, Gymboree, Poppy Sale, L z Award, Inter-Scholastic League Essay Contest. l l . ff ri 1 H 'Y mms J 5 ii 5 PV' "G004l111a aml charm are her striking qualitiesf' YA!! J. L. MUIRHEAD ,I Entered from Bowie, '30. Captain R.O.T.C., Operetta, Senior Play, Dramatic Club. l "Hates neither himself nor the ladies." MARIE NEIBOR Entered from Bowie, '30, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, Gymboree, Acorn Staff, Scholarship Club. L!J"Graciously grateful and gracefully gracious." JANE OLIVER 7 Entered from Bowie, '30. A National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Class Of- Ecerg Pan American Student Forum, Spanish Club, Pen Pal Club, Dramatic Club, Poppy Sale, F0rget-me- not Sale, Acorn Reporter, Girl Reserves. "A tiny witty, rlarling, she." MARCELLE PECK Entered from Woodrow Wilson, '31. Oak Staff, Class Officer, Scholarship Club, Oiiicer l l ' I French Club, Oflice Assistant, Riding Club. V ' "She is pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, P 5 and pleasant too, to think on." , , HENRY PARK Entered from Hogg, '29, Football. B "He would like to be a woman hater but he hasu't' tba lacartf, VIOLA WALDEN Entered from Reagan, '30. B Senior Play, Dramatic Club. "An irlcal girl with seriousness and humor alike." Eh S FRANCIS PEERY Y I Entered from Hogg, '29. 'a :QV Q Hi-Y Officer, Glee Club, Class Officer. k 5 -- v "The word impossible is uot in the dictionary." : --'I- -1'--1 af 'Af Q E- N i I i in in A Y if Page Twenty-four



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S . A .N 'I is f ' 'A -.Q I THE OAK JANE BURDETTE Entered from Reagan, '30. Oak Staff, Acorn Staffg Gymboree. "Her beauty is more lban skin deep." VELMA BERRY Entered from Hogg, '30. Spanish Club, Pan American Leagueg Pan American Pageant, Scholarship Clubg Gymboree, Poppy Saleg Forget-me-not Sale, Girl Reserves. "It's nice to be natural when youlre naturally nice." LUCRETIA EYRE Entered from Reagan, '30. National Honor Societyg Pan American League, Gym- boreeg Scholarship Club, Spanish Clubg Poppy Saleg Music Study Club. "Rich in the qualifies of mind and bead." J. B. WHEELER Entered from Brownwood, '31. Senior Play. "Tall, dark, and bandsomc, the kind girls full for." JUANITA HARRISON Entered from Bowie, '30, Spanish Clubg Acorn Staff, Inter-Scholastic League Play Contestg Senior Play, ,345 Dramatic Club, Gymboreeg Scholarship Club. "Her smiling face and dancing eyes Tell of a bear! pure and happy, a mind clear and serene." NELLIE HEFLIN Entered from Sunset, '32. Gymboreeg Poppy Saleg Forget-me-not Sale. "A rare combination of oddily, frolic, and fun." TOMIE HOUPT Entered from Bowie, ,30. "Her friendliness and gentleness make bar lovable." PHILIP JOHNSON Entered from Hogg, '29. Stamp Clubg Latin Club, Scholarship Club. "His common sense is an indicator of a sound mind." Page Tiurnly-six

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