Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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3-2, 'Rf . - .J i w via s "' 9 ,s, I ' :- X. I X ,W : .. k 6 5 I Y -nt i M.. ie - t 'Pe , . . W' ' s THE OAK EDITH KEAHEY Entered from Bowie, '30. Gymboree, Poppy Sale, Girls' Glee Club, Cantata, '33, Operetta, Arorn Staff. "Another reason why gentlemen prefer blondes." FRANCES KNIGHT Entered from Bowie, '30. ppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Gymboree, M. T. L Club, Art Club, Oak Staff, '33-'34. "She has a spirit still and bright, With something of angelic light." MONNIE DEE KNOTT Entered from Hico, '33. Spanish Club, Dramatic Club, Orchestra. "Sueress will be hers, For she is faithful in all things." Doius KocH Entered from Hogg, '30. Gymboree, Latin Club, Dramatic Club, Acorn Staff, Scholarship Club, National Honor Society. "Cheerfulness is the sunny ray of life." W. A. LOWE Entered from Forney, '29. Football, '31, '32, '33, Basketball, '31, '32, 33, Track, '32, '33, Student Business Manager Football Team, '33, Pan-American League, French Club, Library Assist- ant, Student usiness Manager Basketball Team, '33, . opularity Contest, '34. "T ge for worry, too noble for anger, and 0 hd permit the presence of trouble." K NATHALIE LEWIS Entered from Bowie, '30. Gymboree, Secretary 3-B Class, Poppy Sale, Forget- me-not Sale, Latin Club, Dramatic Club, Scholarship Club, Pageant, '33, Arorn StaE. "There's none like her-none, But thafs all right, one is enough." JANIE LARGE Entered from Reagan, '33. ZA, Girls' Glee Club, Best All-Around Underclass Girl, '33, Battalion Sponsor, Secretary 4A Class. girl, '33, Battalion Sponsor, Secretary 4-A Class. "At the balls of the gay nineties, she would have been a belle-but as a modern maid she goes over just as well." AGATHA LANDRY Entered from N. T. A. C., '33. et-me-not Sale, Dramatic Club, Captain of Girls' Baseball Team. "Is she ever serious?" Page Forty

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THE OAK RENFROW JOHNSON Entered from Reagan, '30. Golf Team, '31-,32-'33-'34, Editor of Acorn, Non- commissioned Oiiicer, Scholarship Club, Art Club, Tennis, ,34. "A willing worker-zz man of few words." JACK JONES Entered from Reagan, '30, Honor Band, All-city Orchestra, R.O.T.c. Oflicerg Dramatic Club, Salesmanship Club. "He was not u chip of the old block, but the old block itself." CHARLES JOHNSONY Entered from L. G. C. Academy, '3O. Rifle Team, Rifle Match, Camp Dallas, Pan American League, Crack Company, Acorn Reporter, Crack Platoon, Spanish Club, Non-commissioned Officer of R.O.T.C. "Wo1zld that tlaere were more 'like him." ELIZABETH JOHNSTON Entered from Bowie, '30. Spanish Club, '33, Pan American Student Forum, Gymboree, Poppy Sale, Pan American Pageant, Dallas Day Pageant, Oflicer Public Speaking Class. "A truer friend could not be found." ASHLEY. JONES Entered from Bowie, '30. Officer of 1A Class, Officer of 4B Class, Spanish Club, Scholarship Club, R.O.T.C. Oilicer, Camp Dallas, '31-'32, R.O.T'.C. Crack Company, Winning Crack Platoon, Dramatic Club, Salesmanship Club. an "He is a careful stuzlent-cureful not to overwork. GROVER JENNINGS Entered from Reagan, '29. Football, '32, Glee Club, Baseball, '32, Acorn Reporter. "He does well, and does his best." JOHN KILGORE Entered from Peeler, '30, Crack Company, Acorn Staff, Ouk Staff, Non-com- missioned Officer in R.O.T.C. "A superior man is modest in speech, but excels in his uctiousf' KATHERINE KATELER Entered from L. G. C. Academy, '30. Gymboree, Poppy Sale, D:amatic Club. "For her heart is ever like the sea, Ever open, brave, and freef, Page Thirty nine Y I 5, , Xw JR' 53 i' ' 2, J M V , ff 1 5 3 ' as 1 75 if C. 2 me , I , Sw ,Ea



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THE OAK ALYCE LEVILLOUX Entered from Reagan, '30. President 1B Class, Sponsor Band, '32, '33, Lead in Operetta, '32, Scholarship Club, President Girls' Glee Club, '32, '33, Gymboree, Operetta, '34. "A miniature of loneliness." JIM LUNDY Entered from Bowie. Football, Baseball, R.O.T.C. "A human dynamo of energy and a genius for fricnds!9ip." HAZEL LEWIS Entered from Peeler, '3l. Scholarship Club, Spanish Club, Poppy Sale, Forget- me-not Sale, Gymboree, Library Assistant, Acorn Staff. "A petite blond fitted by nature to cnsnare X X GORDON A IVRAY . tere Sudset, '32, St p , 2 ' , Operetta, '33, Athleti , . r e wears without a buise T grand old name of gentleman." men's hearts." A BILL MONSON Entered from Reagan, '30, Captain in R.O.T.C., Camp Dallas, '31, Crack Com- pany, '31, '32, '33, Crack Platoon, '32, Best-Looking Cadet in Oak Cliff High, '32, Spanish Club, '31, Officer Junior Hi-Y, '31. f'Quality and not quantity is my matter." PATSY MAUPIN Entered from Bowie, '30. Poppy Sale, Forget-Me-Not Sale, M. T. I. Club, Latin Club, Gymboree, Acorn Staff. "Fun-loving and unassuming is Patsy." ARVIL MARTIN Track, Spanish Club. "He's our all-round good fellow." FRED MARTIN Y Entered frona Liriden High Schcol, '30. National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Officer 2B Class, Vice-President Boys' Glee Club, fOperetta, '34. "A cheerful disposition is a most enviable possession." Page Forty-one I' i if my-4 My 'kj fo V34 YT- 'ZF J J 'Q 1 5 1 ' sf allh In ' M Wx .f : il. 1 5 L' .if . - ....-. ....f av i ,- as if fe-W

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