Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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THE OAK lm 1 . -N- 'Tv 1, Q' ?- Wv in . f ,def ' , K 'TX L H af LAWRENCE PEELER ' T 2' Aboi in Entered from Reagan, '30, if Latin Club, Acorn Reporter. K "One who never turned his back, But marched breast forward." S CARMEN PARIS X Entered from Sunset, '32. h XX Gymboree, Poppy Sale, Latin Club, Scholarship Club, National Honor Society. "How doth the little busy bee Improve each shining hour?" ANGELO PIRANIO Entered from Mills, 730. Latin Club, Spanish Club, Captain in R.o.T.c., His- tory Club, President of 2B, ZA, 3B Classes, Winner of Popularity Contest, '33, Camp Dallas, '31, '32, '33, Acorn Reporter, Crack Company Drill, '33, Most Eiiieient First Sergeant in '33. "Life is a jest and all things show it, I thought so once, and now I know it." FRANCES PATTERSON Entered from Reagan, '30. Gymboree, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Latin Club, Operetta, Pan-American Pageant. "Always charming, that's how she wins her way." BILLY PARRISH Entered from Reagan, '30. Captain R.O.T.C., Student Business Manager of Acorn in '33, Crack Company, '31, '32, '33, '34, Student Editor of Listening Post, '33, Operetta, '34. "He radiates good cheer and happiness." CHARLES POTEET Entered from Troup, Texas. Hi-Y, '34, French Club. "His truest wealth flows in his veins, he is a gentleman." I BOWMAR PEACOCK Entered from Reagan, '30. "He rloeth well who zloelh his besl." MABLE LOUISE PALNLER Entered from Tyler, '33. Girl Reserves. "Here's io Mable, with eyes of blue, Fair, lovely, and winsome, too." Page Forty-three I X 0 5 n ,l I gif. ,mm Nas.. ,

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THE OAK S BESSIE MCCOMBS 1- Entered from Reagan, UO. Gy oreeg Dramatic Club, '33g Poppy Sale. X 1 W 'L 1 3 . PM , - refs I N' 'B -li 7 "Her very frowus are fairer far Than the smiles of other mairlens are." f f NANCY MILLER Entered from Hogg, '30, ' Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Gymboree, State Fair Pageant, '33. "Good nature and good sense must ever join." 4, I. , FRANCES MILLER Entered from Bowie, '30. Spanish Club, Pan-American League, Girl Reserves, Gymboree. "Bonny, blithe and a'cl7011air." MAUREEN MCCUNE . Entered from Reagan, '30. Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Dramatic Club, ' Gymboree. "A merry soul with a wise mimi." - I' SAMMIE RAY ORMAN Entered from Bowie, '30, Orchestra, '31, '32, '53, Gymboree, Scholarship Clubg Dramatic Club, Ofhce Assistant, Oak Staff. "You are all we lbougbt you to Ire-lovable and sweet." ' PEARL NELSON Entered from Bowie, '30. Gymboree, Pan-American Student Forumg Spanish Club. "Not only goorl, but good for something." Q RUBY NIVENS Entered from Coyle, Oklahoma, '33. -- A BILL NORCROSS Entered from Bowie, '30. w - R.O.T.C. Crack Platoon of '31 and 32. xg? "Say little, know much, lhat's my polifyf' J ' "A big smile is an advantage whether il be in ,. , 5 business or pleasure? Z . 5 , ' . C Ia' ,hd o - ' . W- - Page Forty-two



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F ,rg ' fi , , sl WNC55 . 2? , I t . 3 A A ..:. . iles' 'M . -.X .R " THE OAK STANLEY PATTON Entered from Bowie, '30. Editor of Acorin, '33, Student Business Manager of Senior Play, Dramatic Club, Pen Pal Club, Winner Dallas Public Schools Opera Contest, Oak Staff, "A great boy that knew not that he was greatf' FAIRY QUILLIN Entered from Hogg, '30. Gymboree, Poppy Sale, Invitation Committee, Acorn Staff, Oak Staff, Riding Club. "If silence is golden, as they say, What' a fortune she lays up each day!" COLEMAN ROMINE Entered from North Dallas, '32. Senior Hi-Y, Dramatic Club, Crack Platoon, '32, Oflicer 3A Class, Commissioned Military Ofhcer, 1 e Team, '32-'33. Jaw naughty and yet be nice." f2Giv ds, expert advice, I IIJUM! FINOUS RooD Entered from Reagan, '29. Boy's Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Athletics, Operetta. '31-'52-'33-'34, WinnerQf Play Scholarship, National Thespians, One-act Play Contest, Ticket Sale Winiier. "No storm ever ruffled the current of bis life." LOUINE ROBERTS Entered from Sunset, f31. Pan American Student Forum, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, Scholarship Club, Art Club: Gymboree. "Because of ber sweetness she is a favorite with everyone." J, HOWARD RICHARDSON Entered from Fannin, '30, R.O.T.C., Senior Hi-Y. "Real worth and merit never pass 1t!1l'l'lUt1fl,Utl.H FRANK SCRUGGS Entered from L. G. C. Academy. President of History Club, Spanish Club, Dramatic Club, Camp Dallas, '32-'33, Winning Crack Platoons, '32-'33, Crack Companies, '32-,33, Commissioned Officer R.O.T.C., Pen Pal Club, Scholarship Club. "Ala, you flavor everything, you are the vanilla of society." GROVE SMITH Entered from Reagan, '30. ' nln ack Platoons, Aviation Club, R.O.T,C., History Club. ' lf-L'd1ljridL'11Cf:' is the first requirement of human greatness." X Page Forty-four

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