Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1934

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THE OAK 1 B Boys Arrington, Howard Avera, Eldridge Barnes, Billy Barrett, Howard Bensen, John Berry, Roland Birdwell, Lynwood Burks, Jim Burr, Alf Calhoun, Billy Capers, Robert Carona, Walter Chandler, G. W. Crossland, Howard Davis, Walter Dickey, Kenneth Drew, Dalton Duncan, Boyce Durrett, Elmer Foster, Oliver Foy, Glenn Franks, Raymond Garrett, Leroy Giarraputo, Lucas Graves, J. W. Hamilton, Clarence Hamilton, Phillip Hunley, Raymond Hunter, Robert Jones, Ralph Johns, Jimmy Jones, Henry Keliy, George Koch, Boyd Little, Albert Lowry, Bob Page Sixty-:zinc TB Class IfcDonald, George Mangram, Harold Mann, Clifford Mason, Claiborne Meredith, Ross Miller, C. M. Minter, Eugene Morrow, Horace Murphy, Billy Niblo, Ray Northcutt, Eugene Parr, Wyman Patterson, George Patton, W, E. Peters, Eddie Peterson, Alton Phillips, Edward Pittman, Joe Edd Pyeatt, Bryon Rawlins, Douglas Reasonover, Gaston Robinson, George Sears, C. A. See, Bill Skelton, Harris Spillers, M. L. Stidham, George Stroger, Carl Suter, James Turner, Dickie Venable, J. D. Wentworth, Bernard Williams, Donald Williams, Jack Wilson, Harold Zelicoffer, Maurice 1 B Girls Anderson, Elrmagene Bennett, Iva Bell Bickenbach, Grace Blaine, Wynette Blanton, Lila Blanton, Melba Butcher, Frances Cameron, Elizabeth Chaney. Ethel Cox, Alice Craven, Carolinda Crossland, Juanita Cunningham, Juanita Daniell, Janie Daniels, Dorothy Dinkins, Mavis Dobbins, Genevieve Girlinghouse, Cecily Ann Graham, Marie Hagood, Leona Hall, Doris Halliburton, Margaret Harrison, Genevieve Hatcher, Ruth Herman, Lottie Louise Hill, Annie Lee Honeycutt, Evelyn Hudspeth, Elizabeth Irwin, Mary Frances Keith, Lois Kirk, Pauline Kirkpatrick, Mary May Knott, Rachel Lee 5 x 67 5 Loch ridge, Margaret McClellan, Lindeen McKenley, Bennie Lee Mallory, Mary Beth Martin,Betty Massengill, Dorothy Mead, Juanita Mehlman, Dorothy Moore, Sidney Mullen , Elewis Eva Nelson, Virginia Palmer, Lucille Palmer, Nelwyn Parker , Betty Paternostro, Margaret Ann Phillips, Mary Louise Price, Dorothy Randlett, Maybel Ray. Marjorie Seamster, Tommie Lee Sawyer, Daphne Mae Smith, Maurice Snell, Helen Stephens, Mary Dean Teubner, Inez Thompson, Tresia Waddle, Sidney Ruth Walker, Elizabeth Webster, Barbara Williams, Katherine Wray, Evelyn Sir 'Adi ,,... ay ci: I, E X :-. , ,sf .Q : K ,gf "Pa "'. . Q I 'K X . x '- . L l

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3 . gf W. Q, I Tl-IE OAK ?, I ,. A-"b'm.t 2 2 .. if I iff- E -3 H : aryl - .U--1 I v?" 'Q E 1 '11 WB Class OFFICERS President - ---- - Vice-President - - BETTY PARKER DICK TURNER Secretary --------- ELIZABETH CAMERON Sponsors - - M1ssEs ANNE BARRETT AND NELLIE THE FRESHMEN OF '54 We, the Freshmen of '34, Are here to learn many things moreg We are here to work and not play Though, of course, we will have many a All our time we usually take, In our teacher's class awakeg We intend to learn all we can, To grow into perfect gentlemen. When Seniors we get to be, And think we know from A to Z, And know all there is to learn We will from O. C. H. adjourn. Now look and read this little rhyme And always bear in your mind, That in the future forevermore BLY LANKFORD happy day. You will hear of the Freshman Class of '34. TOMMIE SEAMSTER. .. in ,Imax , T... . E, L Page Sixty-eight

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WI-IOS WI-IO Charlotte Ware, 4B, has the distinction of having been chosen concert- master of the All-City High Orchestra. Bonna Dell Gharis, also a member of the 4B class, distinguished herself by winning three cash prizes for her achievements in the art of sewing, winning S5 from the Butterick Pattern Company, S10 from Sanger Bros., and S25 from the Times Herald for the school. Ruth Waldrop, 4A, president of the Pen Pals, won second in the city- wide Interscholastic League Essay Contest. Lucas Giarraputo, a freshman, won first place in the city-wide Boys' Declamation Contest. Natalie Simpson rec.eived third place in the Girls' Declamation Contest. Natalie also has the honor of being president of the All-City French Club. Sterling Ellis won irst place in the Boys, Extemporaneous Speaking Contest. He is a member of the 4A class. Lida Boone, also of the 4A class, won first place in the City, District and Regional Girls' Extemporaneous Speaking Contest, acquiring for the school the Times Herald trophy for this achievement. The one-act play, "No Sabe," given by Public Speaking pupils, won second place in the city preliminaries. The characters were: Finous Rood, William Heller, Jim Harrison, Mary Kendrick and Coleman Romine. Charles Mandeville, lA, and Dorothy Wilhite, IB, won first and second awards, offered by the P. T. A. for high scholarship. Dorothy Chapman, 3A, and Vivian Sellers, 4A, tied for first place in the city-wide Spelling Contest. Jim Harrison, Finous Rood, Juanita Harrison and William Heller have been added to the membership of the National Thespians, a club for higher dramatics whose officers are Dorothy Barnett, president, and Glynn Sneed, vicn-president. Edith Chaney, 4A, won first prize in Oak Cliff High School, and Clari- bel Dickey, 4A, won second in the Forget-Me-Not Sale. Claribel Dickey won S5 first prize in the Poppy Sale. More recently she won second prize in the Pictorial Division of the Sanger Sewing Contest. Entered in the Interscholastic Typing Contest were Elaine Williams, who won fourth place, Evelyn Huffer, who won Hfth place, Dorothy Bar- nett, and Ruth Yeager. Louis Barr, by being the best-drilled cadet in the city, Won a scholar- ship to Camp Dallas, a loving cup, a gold medal, and a ring. Page Seventy

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