Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1936

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T011 row, lefl lo righl: JUANITA BUCKLEY Entered from Reagan, 1932. Girl Reserves, Pen Palsg Scholarship Clubg Forget-me-not Sales, French Club. "She put lbe 'pep' in pepper." R. J. BURROUGHS Entered from Peeler, 1932. Art Club, Lettered in Trackg Officer in Boys' Glee "Ax fax! in bis lille ax be is on Ike truck." HENRY CALDER Entered from Peeler, 1932. Crack Companyg Crack Platoong Stamp Club. Club. "A merry bear! mukelb u rbevrfnl t'o1mle1rant'e.,' ROBERT CALLOWAY Entered from Chatfield, 1935. "Whey: shall we look 1111011 his like againf' HOWARD CAMERON Entered from Bowie, 1932. Lettered in Golf. rr Page Thirfy-Four He is wall abate par in all he IHIlI'f'I'1dlU'S - e.x'z'ej7I golf. Boflom row, left fo righf: NAN CAMERON Entered from Bowie, 1932. Officer of Pen-Palsg Oak Staffg Dramatic Clubg National Thespiansg National Honor Societyg Scholarship Club, Pep Squadg Latin Clubg Office assistantg Forget-me-not Sale. "Ripe in lL"lXtl0lll is sbe and jmlieul, uml ximple, uml kind." EUGENE CAMPBELL Entered from Corsicana, 1933. Footballg Trackg Crack Company, Acorn reporter. "A genius in more liner lbau unef, MILTON CAMPBELL Entered from Mills, 1931. Bandg State Band Contest, Camp Dallas. "He :meals no eulogy, his ebarrlefer speaks for itself." MOZELLE CAMPBELL Entered from Peeler, 1932. Dramatic Clubg Forget-me-not Saleg Arorn reporter. "We find ber earnest, kirzrl, and imc." JOY CANTRELL Entered from North Dallas, 1935. Debate Teamg Trackg Choral Clubg Glce Clubg Orchestra. 13 fr 1 A71 off-skool uf rbverfulucxs. 'Q

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,Q . .S . T L an , 3 if 'fe get . . 2.5 - -ef.. 1 T011 row, left lo rigbl: Bollum row, Icft fu right: HEL1iN ALLEN Entered from Hogg, 1952. Officer, 1A Class, Music Club, Glee Club, Scholarship Club, Operetta. "Good lmlnre aml ilfmring fuel are bm' z'baru1x." FRED ARMSTRONG Entered from Peeler, 1951. FPHHIYPJ' um I, from mn' I'm free, Why nrclfl they all conlrut like n1r'?,' MARY FRANCES BAILEY Entered from Hogg, 1952. Art Clubg Girl Reserves "I lla no! hike uvconul of llvr !J0lll'.1 IllIl!'.1.i lbey are bright," VINCENT BARER Entered from Reagan, 1932. National Honor Sucictyg Pen Palsg Scholarship Club, P. T. A. Scl'm1arsl1ip Award, Latin Club, W'inner in Better Homes Contest, Oak Staff. "Grail tbongblx like grmi flvvdx, need no lrurupctsf, DOROTHY BARNUM Entered from Technical High, 1934. journalism department. "Honor is Ibn I'!'IL'l1l'll of zirlmnl, ii J. W. BEAN Entered from Elmer, Oklahoma, 1932. "N0lbi11g flrlvrs a gooil man from uqbul ix rigblf' CARL BENSON Entered from Bowie, 1931. Art Club: Glee Clubg Music Clubg Stamp Club. "Long liw flu' merry hear! Tbal laughs by night and Jay." ARTHUR BOLA ND Entered from Reagan, 1932. "A nulurv as merry at flat' rluy it long." EVELYN BRANTLEY Entered from Trinity Heights, 1932. Girls' Chorus, journalism dcpnrtmentg Spanish Club. "A frivml you low I0 bare." MARGARET BROWN Entered from L. G. C. Academy, 1932. Gym assistant, Art Club, Bowling Club, "Anfb0ril-v tum' ortler IIN loyal bear! jvoxsrxsvsf' ur X .1 my HW Pugi' Tbiriy'TbreL'



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ui' I Top row, If-ft io right: Boliom mu, Ivfi lo rigbf: SOLON CAPLE H. F. CLICK Entered from Trinity Heights, 1952. Entered from Peeler, 1952. Radio Club, Acorn reporter. "His wil mn ilriii' ilull vim' away." BEATRICE CHAPMAN Entered from Hogg, 1952. Latin Club, Scholarship Club, Poppy Sale, Forget-meanot Sale, Bowling Club, 3B Class Officer, 4B Class Officer. "A girl who ix boyish, But xbunx being llItllH1i.Yb.U PAUL CHITWOOD Entered from Reagan, 1952. Pan-American, Mixed Chorus. "Wiih no time I0 uxnrry or fo fre! He grit Ihr' joys lifi- has lo rel." MINNIE LEATH CHRIETZBERC. Entered from Mills, 1952. Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Spanish Club, Music Club, Operetta, Pep Squad, Spanish Choral Club, Bowl- ing Club, Library Council. "Sweetness and fricmlsbip shine forfb from bcr face." SELENE CLARK Entered from Reagan, 1952. Scholarship Club, Oak Staff, Music Club, French Club, Girls Glee Club. "A girl wiib u lzuark 10 ilo i'L'i'ryibiug uwllf, ,J""'hiL for gie. . Basketball, Tennis, Stamp Club, Salesmanship Club, Scholarship Club, Business Manager of Acorn. "Thr worn' "impoxxil1le" is no! in the diistiorruryf ONETA COLE' Entered from Bowie, 1952. Sale. Pep Squad, French Club, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not "Tbv beuris of her friemis lrusf safely in herf' WARREN COOPER Entered from Waeiv, 1952. Basketball, Junior Hi-Y, Senior Hi-Y, Asst. "Au fm- sl r Manager Football. 'Tbis liff is loo Shari io worry in- So fake my aflzfirr uml he happy." LOUIE COUCH Entered from Hogg, 1952. junior Hi-Y. "Whaii'1'er reforrl leap lo liglvl He never shall bi' shammi." JAMES CURREY Entered from Hamilton, Texas, Art Club, Stamp Club. UIINVC of wit is worfb tl fl0lll1ll of S01'1'01L'., 1952, .al Page Tbirly-Fire

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