Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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TI-IE OAK LILLIAN WILSON Entered from Hogg, '30. , Scholarship Clubg Spanish Clubg Acorn Staffg Gym- boreeg Linz Awardsg OfFicer Girl Reservesg Dramatic Clubg Bible Course, Pan American League. "She wills to do, and docs." GERALDINE Wooo Entered from Hogg, '30. ,L Scholarship Club, National Honor Societyg Spanish Club, President of Pan American Student Forumg Oflicer Dramatic Clubg Officer Scholarship Club, Orchestrag Gymboreeg Linz Awardsg Acorn Reporte Cantatag Operettag Library Assistantg Poppy Saleg Spelling Contest. "Oak Clif will be lacking a sunny disposition and a cheerful smile when Gerry leaves." EUGENE WORDEN - Entered from Bowie, '30. R.O.T.C.g Crack Companyg Boy's Glee Clubg Mixed Chorusg Operetta, '33. "If you must graduate, we bid you best luck." CATHRYN WRIGHT Entered from Woodrow Wilson, '31, Sponsor of Companies "A" and "D," '32-'33g Assistantg Dramatic Club, Lead in 34? Girls' Glee Club, '33. "Full of pep and bubbling with joy." ' NELL WITHERSPOON , Entered from Sunset, '31. Scholarship Clubg Gymboree. "A contented spirit is the sweet of existence." . JERRY WHITLOW Entered from Kansas, '3l. Band, '32-'33-'34g Spanish Clubg Acorn Reporterg Oflicer History Club. "Life is all loo short to spend the time in studying." ETHEL RUTH WILDS Entered from Hogg, '30. National Honor Societyg Scholarship Club, Girl Rc- servesg P.T.A. Award, ,315 Dramatic Clubg Orchestrag All City Orchestrag Pen Pal Clubg Gymboree, Christ- mas Playg Latin Clubg Linz Awards, Spelling Contest, '33. "Her beauty of character has won the admiration of all ber associates." RUTH WALDROP Entered from Washington, D. C., '32. Oicer Pen Pal Clubg Dramatic Clubg Girl Beseryesg National Honor Societyg Winner Interscholastic Essay Contest, '345 Winner P.T.A. Scholarship Award, Win- ner Better Homes' Essay Contestg French Clubg Scholarship Club, Assistant Editor to Acorn. "None knew ber but to love ber, None named her but to praise." Page F orty-seven ,-5 ft 39' , . A - i '. '-pg ' -- ww auf ' F f 1 4 iff 11, N I . if it 7 l f V4 ar

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5 s .. . .AQ Tr-IEOAK j- 5 DELLA MAE TALBERT Entered from Bowie, '30. Dramatic Club, Latin Clubg Poppy Saleg Acorn StaH. T' t "They are never alone, that are accompanied with noble thoughts." LOVDIA THOMPSON Entered from Bowie, '30. Poppy Saleg Spanish Club, Gymboree. "She is u first rate girl in all respects." KENNETH TERRY Entered from Grand Saline, '32. R. O. T. C.g Honor Bandg Spanish Clubg Athletics. "IS-gzncth is u man through and through? J f FLOYE THOMPSON V' ' Entered from Reagan, '30. Pan American Student Forum, Gymboree, Orchestrag Acorn' Reporter. "She loves to live, She lives to love." MARY TAYLOR Entered from Peeler, '29. Dramatic Club, Orchestrag Gymboree. "We may truthfully say 'Oh what a girl was Mary.' " , xc RX 'TORRESTULM Entered from Bowie, '30. Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Orchestra, R.O.T.C.g Honor Bandg Spanish Club. "Fm not handsome but I'll declare I have a distinguished look." WILEY ROOD Entered from Reagan, '29. Football, '32-'33g Track Team, '32, Art Clubg Basket- ball Team, '32-'53. "A versatile and clever boy of the very best sort." 7 ' CECIL VANS XT Entered from Bowie. Football, '30-'31, Golf, '33-'34. e's a typical blond but not light headed." We T Page Forty-six



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Kew Z Jia. I 'JM , i J ' S' I ' Q HJ' 5 X 1 lf Yea-.SY Ti-IE OAK NADINE ARNOLD Entered from Woodrow Wilson, '32, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Acorn Staff, Gym Captain. "She is most fair and thereunto her life doth rightly harmonize." ROBERT E. DABBS QM ' Entered from Peeler, '30, Camp Dallas, '3lg Honor Band, State Band Contest, '3lg Palace Band Contest, Radio Band Contest. "His heart is filled with music." BETTY GAIL CooMBs Entered from Reagan, '3l. Acorn Reporterg Pan American Pageantg Girl Reserves, Poppy Sale, Gymboreeg Officer Riding Club. "'Tis yours to mix in polished courts And shine in fashion's annals." ' ANDREW ECKSTEIN Entered from Technical, '30. "A kind and gentle heart he has, to comfort friend and foe." FRANK DELLITT Entered from L. G. C. Academy, '30. Spanish Clubg Baseball Team, Soccer Team. "Few things are impossible to diligence and skill? JOSEPHINE BELL i Entered from Reagan, '30. r Leader, Band Sponsorg Poppy Saleg Forget-me- 7 not Saleg Gym Demonstrationg Acorn Reporter, Operetta. "All compliments to her are trite, She has adorers left and right." BETTE LEE BRYANT i Entered from Bowie, '30, Art Clubg Poster Clubg Scholarship Clubg Gymboreeg Officer French Clubg French Playg Acorn Reporterg - Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Saleg Riding Club. "She is a maiden, therefore may she be woocdg She is a maiden, therefore may she be won." " STERLING ELLIS 1 5 Entered from Corsicana, '33. holarship Clubg Speaking Contest. 1 7 , 'H xendship has the power to soothe affliction ' ' ,z ' ' in the darkest hour." . A . ' s"' " " ' ' -' Page Forty-eight i

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