Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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THE OAK ELIZABETH BIBE Entered from Waco, '31. Spanish Clubg Pan-American Student Forumg Poppy Saleg Forget-me-not Saleg Gymboree. "Elizabeth is as nice as she can be, With not a fault that we can see." PEGGY BAsoM Entered from Hogg, '30. Scholarship Clubg Gymboreeg Art Clubg French Clubg Dramatic Clubg Girl Reservesg Poppy Saleg Pan-Ameri- can Pageantg Operettag Cheer Leaderg Riding Clubg Oak Staff. "Here's to the girl with a heart and a smile That makes this life of bubbles worth while." EDITH CHANEY Entered from Arkansas, '32. Dramatic Clubg Scholarship Clubg Girl Reservesg Poppy Saleg Forget-me-not Saleg Acorn Staff. "just one of life's little jokes, But one of the best of them." JOE Foiuzsr BOURN Entered from Reagan, '30, Scholarship Clubg Soccer Teamg Baseball Team' Tennis Team. "He who is good is happy." GLADYS JAYNE COAN Entered from Woodrow Wilson, '33. "She put the 'Glad' in Gladys." DOROTHY CHENEY Entered from Greenville, '32. Acorn Reporterg Poppy Saleg Pan-American Pa t ,K Gymboreeg Poppy Saleg Acorn Staffg Forget-me-not Sale. "A great lover of history but she gets her dates mixed? MERRILL COOPER Entered from Reagan, '30, Acorn Reporterg Tennis Team. "Here was a mang when comes such another?', GRANVILLE COLEMAN Entered from Texarkana, '31, Footballg Baseballg Trackg Hi-Y. "He does not carry pleasure to excess." Page Thirty-three QW ,Y I . riff A ,., , D f 4 5-1.4L 5 I N 4 1 'I 9 If U' ,ffjw W wwf I Bfjjlff' . I Vlyv .5 md. Ex W- K " ,, gf' ' Wm iss. I ' 4. f A ' AN!

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Tl-IE OAK g CARLTON BARNES Entered from Whitesboro, '30. "This is the hoy who is an ace, Drives his Ford at a mighty pace." JACQUELYN BOEDEKER Entered from Bowie, '30. Oak Staff, Girl Reserves, Best All-around Girl, '34, Operetta '33-,349 Gymboreeg Glee Clubg Spanish Club, Poppy Saleg Forget-me-not Sale, Class Officer, '33g Library Assistant. "Fife never seen her frowning for she's giggling all the tinief' LIDA BOONE Entered from Woodrow Wilson, '33. National Honor Societyg President Scholarship Clubg Winner Extemporaneous Speaking Contest, Latin Clubg Oak Staff. A perfect woman, nohly planned to warm, to comfort' and command." , BILLY BYRD Entered from Hogg, '30, President of junior Hi-Y, Crack Co., '33, Competi- tive Company Drill, Company D, '33, Radio Club, Crack Platoong Camp Dallas, '32-'33g Scholarship Clubg French Club. "His personality has carried him far into the hearts of his fellow students." OPHELIA BATES Entered from Bowie, '30. reeg Art Clubg Oak Staff. friendliness and gentleness her lovable." MAHOTA BARKER Entered from Bowie,,29. Staif, Art Club, Forget-me-not Sale, Poppy aleg Gymboree, Library Assistant, Spanish Clubg Poster Club. "Beauty is a quality of the heart." DOROTHY BARNETT Entered from Hogg, '30. League, '33g National Thespian Club, President of Dramatic Club, '33g Vice-President of All-City Chorusg Social Chairman of Dramatic Club, 11-,349 Secretary Art Club, '33-'54g Oak Staffg Poppy Saleg President of Girls' Glee Club, '32g Gym Demonstrationg Operettag Senior Play. "If music he the fruit of lone, play ou- give me excess of it." LOUISE BIBB , Entered from Waco, '31. Dramatic Clubg Gym Demonstrationg Poppy Sale, Acorn Stag. "There's nothing ill can dwell in such a temple." Page Thirty-two H.



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'Pin J Pa Q. . sl X 4 s NW N 6' ma . ,, 5 i lg, P : " V ii, Z.. .mls ' ' ' ' - ...J I vy- 5R1., - ., '-if , 1 A L THE OAK ALVIN CROW Entered from Reagan, '3 0. Crack Company, '31, '33, Crack Platoon, '32, Class Oflicer 2A, 2B, Acorn Reporter, Non-commissioned Oiiicer. "He came, he saw, but he was conquered by a pair of blue eyes." GLADYVSQ MAE CRIDER Entered from Trinity Heights, '31, Sponsor of Company D, Acorn Reporter, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Gymboree. "Gold may, he mixed with base metals, But it remains pure gold." Lois CLAY Entered from Bowie, '30, Scholarship Club, National Honor Society, President Blues Chaser Club, Gymboree, Musical Reviews, '30, '31, Cantata, Pan-American Pageant, Pan-Ameri- can Student Forum, Operetta, Spanish Club, Officer Public ,Speaking Class, Poppy Sale, Glee Club, Linz Award, Dallas Day Pageant, '33, Riding Club. "Earth's noblest thing, a woman perfected." FRANCES DOUGHTY Entered from Peeler, '30. Gymboree, Spanish Club, Officer Dramatic Club, Sec- retary 2A Class, PoppyiSale, Pan7American Forum, Acorn Reporter. "Modest, simple, and sweet: just the zypc of Prieillaf' PEGGY DRAKE Entered from Highland Park. Spanish Club, Pan-American Forum, Girl Reserve, Gymboree, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Operetta. "So modest halflher worth is not lznouiinf' ' 7 JOHN DELLITT Entered from L. G. C. Academy, '30, Glee Club, Spanish Club, Baseball, Football, Track, Tennis Team, Golf Team, Scholarship Club. "His pleasing appearance makes one -want to talk to himf' H .. CLARIBEL DICKEY , Entered from Bowie, '30. Officer National Honor Society, Interscholastic League Contest, Publicity and Assistant Advertising Manager of Oak, Class Officer, President Pen Pal Club, '33, Gymboree, Winner in Poppy and Forget-me-not Sales, Scholarship Club, Co-Chairman of Latin Club, Latin Banquet at Hockaday. "On studies most her mind is bent, A book she had, whereier she went." ANITA DAVIS Entered from Carlsbad, '31. Girl Reserves, Art Clubr,- Poppy Sale, Dramatic Club, Gymboree. "lt is gentle manners that appear so irresistible in women." Page Thirty- four i.. Y

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