Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1936

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7 OFFICERS DR. CHARLES L. HATCLIIEIK . . - P1'4'Sifll'l1f SAM RANIJIAETT , , f'li1'XI' Vicc'-P1'f'xiJw11' L. E. CAMPBELL . Srfmml Vif'c'-Pwxiflwzf BRUCE KERSHAXV Tliinf Iliff'-Pl'f'SilI,l'lIf J, E, W11,1,15 , Fozzrfb Vice-P1'r'xidw1i L. E, MQBRHJE , Fifflz Vicfrjvzrxizlclzzf M. P. TIUCKABEE - - Sf'fr'1'frlI'y H, F, PARK TI'C?llXIl7'l'l' DIRECTORS W. F. ULM J. I. BILAUDUY G. L. CHESTNUT C. D. BRUWUER G. A. SPRAGUE F. W. ELLISON The desire of the club is to be of worthy assistance to the student body in solving their problems, co-operate heartily with the faculty in the spirit of true education, to increase the patriotism of the students by inculcating in their minds an increased knowl- edge to their country, to promote athletics in all the numerous departments, to supervise and direct welfare work as needed by those to whom ill-fortune has fallen, to increase the sacred responsibility of the growing boy or girl as he or she enters on the course of higher education or assumes the responsibility of life, and to co-operate cheerfully with the Parent-Teacher Association in the knowledge that students of Adamson High School "lead, never follown. The organization during the year 1935-36 has aided many worthy boys and girls in various phases of welfare work, who, otherwise, might have been forced to quit school. It has provided medical, dental, and surgical attention, as well as hospitalization in certain cases. It instituted the First Annual Athletic Round-Up, which, it is said by disinterested friends, was the most successful and largest assembly of any nature ever undertaken by any similiar organization, it assisted in various athletic events. Other accomplishments, many of them, are written in th'e lives of countless students who have received assistance, counsel, and consideration in their effort to gain an education and who will testify, we believe, that the Dad's Club has served the student body, the school, with loyalty and faithg ever believing that the child today is the citizen tomorrow, and that together we are privileged to serve Cod, our school, our state, our nation, in such a manner that the printed page cannot exemplify. Pa qc Llgbleen

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In reviewing the history of the Parent-Teacher Associa- tion since it's beginning in 1901, we feel that the founders must have had as their motto: 'lTherefore when we build, let us think that we build Qpublic edihcesj forever. Let it not be for present delight, nor for present use alone, let it be such work as our descend- ants will thank us for and let us think as we lay stone on stone that a time is to come when those stones will be held sacred because our hands have touched them, and that men will say as they look upon the labor and wrought substance of them 'See, this our fathers did for us'."-Rzzsfziu. The officers of the Parent-Teacher organization for this year have faithfully tried to add other stones to this building that have for their aims. First: To promote student aid in home, school, church and community. To raise the standard of home life, to secure adequate laws for the card and protection of our youth. Second: To bring into closer relation the home and school that parents and teachers may co-operate intelligently in the training of the child, and to develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages in physical, mental, moral and spiritual education. Entrance into high school marks the beginning of a new educational experience for the child. The modern curricu- lum deserves the study of parents that home and school co- operation begun in the elementary school may continue at a time when it is most needed. We bid God Speed to each senior and, if we have been of service to any, we are truly glad. lzgr' Sfllllfttll



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