Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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Tl-IE OAK INEZ GARDNER Entered from Sunset, '31. Scholarship Club, Gymboree, Poppy Sale, Acorn Staff, Pan American Pageant, Forget-me-not Sale. "Winsome, chic, and eoy, Laughing and full of joy." SARAH GALLAHER Entered from Reagan, '30. Scholarship Club, Latin Club, National Honor So- ciety, Gymboree, Orchestra, Operetta, Cantata, Mixed Chorus. 'She has one of the hardest things to acquire in this world-self reliance." MARGARET HAWKINS Entered from Peeler, '30. Scholarship Club, Latin Club, Winner of junior Spell- ing Contest, ,3l, Gymboree, Secretary Girl Reserves, '33, Vice President Girl Reserves, '34, Linz Bible Award, Oihce Assistant. "Of winning speech endearing, kind, The lorfeliest pattern of a feminine mind! DARNELL HACKNEY Entered from Roger Q. Mills, '31, Girl Reserves, Popularity Contest, '34, Cheer Leader, Officer in Pan American Student Forum, Poppy Sale, Gymboree, Art Club, Pan-American Pageant, Forget- Me-Not Sale, Spanish Club, Scholarship Club. "The jolliest, happiest sort of a girl and a friend to everyonef, GEAN HARKEY Entered from Arkansas, '32. Acorn Staff. "Friendly and full of fun, Gean is loved by everyone." JOHN ALAN HORD Entered from Hogg, '30. Commissioned Officer R.O.T.C., Crack Company, Pen Pal Club, Latin Club, Radio Club, Aeorn Reporter, Crack Platoon, Camp Dallas, '31-,32-'33. "And from his traits there is hound to emerge a conquering personality? NOLAN HARRIS Entered from Tech' 31. Band, Honor Band, Radio Band, Acorn Reporter, Salesmanship Club, State Band Contest. "Titles of honor add not to his worth? WELNA BESS HUFSTEDLER Entered from Peeler, '30. Scholarship Club, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Pan Americarr Student'Forum, Cabinet Oiiicer Girl Reserves, Gymboree, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Pan American Pageant, P.T.A. Prize, '32, Linz Bible Award. "And still they gazed and still the wonder grew, That one small head could carry all she knew." Page Thirty-seven - 1 F - Kun - , L:-, ,,I-'ly-.1 . Kg' f' f H X f Ji S ls 5 l Ween ' ig l

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L J . :. K- ' IA 2 ,S , R v',,. ms 3".:k. THE OAK CLIFFORD FAULKNER Entered from Reagan, '30 Crack Company, '31, Crack Platoon, '31-'32, Non- commissioned Officer. "He does what is proper in the station in which he is." ToM FUSSELL Entered from Winnetka, '28 "The joy of youth and health his eyes display." WILLIE GRAVES Entered from Roger Q. Mills, '3l. Canta a, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Girls' Glee , Acorn Reporter, Gymboree, Mixed Chorus. "She has a gentle disposition." JACK GARDNER Entered from Reagan, '30. Scholarship Club, Stamp Club, Wozencraft Team, Rifle Team, Radio Club, Commissioned Officer, '33- '34, Spanish Club, jr. Hi Y, Library Assistant, Camp Dallas, Crack Company Crack Platoon, Acorn Re- porter, Band, '33. "To be-rather than to seem." HELEN GORDEN Entered from Bowie, '30. Gymboree, Acorn Reporter, Scholarship Club, Pen Pal Club, Girl Reserves. "She's sane, serious, sensible, and sweet." JAMES GRAHAM Entered from Reagan, sso. Spanish Club. "Quiet dignity marks his way." STEWART GERMANY Entered from Phoenix, Arizona, '30. Scholarship Club, Crack Company, Crack Platoon. "Friendly and liked by all." IRWIN GAGE Entered from Reagan, '30. Football Letterman, Baseball, Basketball, R.O.T.C., ' Crack Company. "Weighcd in the balance, and found not wanting." J 'J W ' Page Thirty-six N s l



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QT, 1 ,f 1 'I 2 " J 5 1 Q 2 'R 5 PW' N N X N l' 1 N X I 1 ' 1 THE OAK EVELYN HUFFER Entered from Reagan, '30. Scholarship Club, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, French Club. "Welcome ever smiles, and farewell goes out sighing." ELBERT HARE Entered from Peeler, '30. Noncommissioned OHicer, Camp Dallas, '31-'32, Crack Company, '33, Spanish Club. "Candor is the seal of a noble mimlf' CLYDE HAWK Entered from Reagan, '30, Poppy Sale, Gymboree, Home Economics Club, Forget- me-not Sale, Acorn Staff. "My own thoughts are my companions." JIM HARRISON Entered from Hogg, '30, R.O.T.C. Crack Company, '32-'33-'34, Dramatic Club, Officer R.O.T.C., 4B Class President, Latin Club, One-Act Play Contest, '33-'34, National Thes- pian Club, Scholarship Club, 4A Class President, Business Manager Oak, '34, President of Museum, Senior Play, '3 4. "Our president-jirst in activities, first in scholarship and first in the hearts of his classmates." Wy, BERNEICE HAWKINS E!! Entered from Peeler, '30. nt, 11, f c ol rship Club, Latin Club, Gymboree, Officer Girl Rese ves, '32-'33, President of Girl Reserves, '34, Linz Bible Award, Office Assistant, Orchestra, Glee Club, National Honor Society, Acorn Staff. 6 "Nothing is rarer than real goodness." KITTY LOU HUFFINGTON 4 Entered from Bowie, '31. Scholarship Club, Latin Club, Poppy Sale, Forget-me- not Sale, Gymboree, Library Assistant, Acorn Reporter, Operetta. "A favorite with many as well as onef' OLETA JONES - Entered from North Dallas, '31. Glee Club, Latin Club, Gymboree, Girl Reserves, I ' Cantata, '32-'33, Mixed Chorus. "A merry heart is welcome anywhere." X .. D. E. JOHNSTON ' Entered from Bowie, '30, -S , pa Club, Crack Company, Winning Crack E, T Q Platoon R.O.T.C. NB "A life of honor and worth ' T fx Hath no eternity on earth. , 3- 3 'X W I U N a. 1 x ix X V X Y .Q 3 w 'sr at 'X Q - ,. ,:-I --'- 1 ,L It . ' ' "' - " " ' ' 5 Page Thirty-eight of Q T1 , X V l X X

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