Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1937

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'KY' vs W es- s . " A A vi' RUBY NELL C1-IURCHWELL Entered from John H. Reagan, 1933. Attendance Award. "Tender and delicate temperamenlf' RUTH COLEMAN Entered from John H. Reagan, 1933. Art Club, Poppy Sale, Pep Squad, Dramatic Club. "The fairesi maiden that lived, that loved, ihat liked, that looked, with cheer." Moiuus DOBIYANSKI Entered from Irving High School, 1934. Football '35, Acorn Reporter, District, City, and Regional Track Champion Team 1936. "Virtue he had, deserving to commend." ROSEMARY DANIEL Entered from Hogg, 1933. Vice-President of Scholarship Club, National Honor Society, Secretary of 3-B and 3-A Classes, First Place in City Extemporaneous Speaking Contest in '35, Oak Staff, Linz Awards, Best All Around 4-A Girl. "She is indeed perfectionf' GERALDINE DES LAURIERS Entered from Bellows Free Academy, 1935. "A kinder, lovlier maiden was ne'er in our presence." RILEY DONNELL Entered from Bowie, 1933. Latin Club. "He has no equal." LINTON FREEMAN Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Scholarship Club, Latin Club, Library Assistant, Acorn Reporter, Salesmanship Club. "The fellow had good judgment and was excellent indeed." HELEN ELIZABETH HAMMER Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Spanish Chorus, Spanish Club, Pan-American, Forget- Me-Nots, Pep Squad, Girl Reserves, Scholarship Club, National Honor Society. "She derives her honesiy and achieve: her goodnessf' HELEN EADES Entered from J. F. Peeler, 1933. Pan-American Student Forum, Student Council. "Holy, fair, and wise is she, such grace the Heavens gave her." LORRAINE EUBANKS Entered from J. F. Peeler, 1932. Dramatic Club, Girl Reserves. "Grace and good disposiiion attend your lailyshipf' Page Twen ty-Two

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LILA ABLES Entered from Bowie, 1933. Scholarship Club, Latin Club, Acorn Reporter, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Salesmanship Club. ' "Her eyes are jewel-like and cased as richly." CHARLES BEATY Entered from Bowie, 1933. R. O. T. C, Band. "An honest, kind, and handsome genflenzanf' JIM BROWER Entered from W. C. Stripling High, Fort Worth, 1933. Senior Play, Operetta, Art Club, Track, Football. "A better gentleman the spacious world cannot again afford." RUTH ADAMS Entered from Bowie, 1933. Scholarship Club, Sec. Nat'l Honor Society, Pep Squad, Spanish Chorus, Art Club. "Exceeding wise, fair spoken, and persuading." MARILEE BENNETT Entered from Peeler, 1933. Scholarship Club, Dramatic Club, Horseback Riding Club, 4A Invitation Committee. "She is fair and fairer than the word, of wonderous 1firlue." PAT BROWER Entered from W. C. Stripling High, Fort Worth, 1933. Art Club, Student Council, Acorn Reporter, Football '34-'35, Track Team ,34-'3S. "A double blessing is a double grace." RAYMOND CAMPBELL Entered from Boude Storey, 1934. Baseball '36, Acorn Reporter, Art Club. "The prince of chivalryln ABBIE CHAMBERLAIN Entered from Woodrow Wilson, 1935. "In every sense is she amiable and sweelf' GLADYS CHILDRESS Entered from Reagan, 1933. Scholarship Club, Latin Club, World Affairs Club, Operetta '33-'36, Orchestra. "A maiden of grace and complele nzajestyf' AMos CENDALI Entered from Boude Storey, 1934. Football '35-'36, Baseball '36, President of "D" Club. "A bold, brave, gentlemanf' Page Twenty-One 'Gi' ,E 5 'bf F Q zl' - . ,.., 4 " '92-f ,Lf



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EDYTHE MARIE HARALSON Entered from Roger Q. Mills, 1933. Glee Club, Music Dept., Spanish Club. "Of disposition gentle, and of wisdom o'er topping wo1nan's power." JAMES HODGE Entered from Terrell Prep School, 1933. Radio Club, "Backstage," '35, One-Act Play. "A gentleman of excellent breeding, admirable discourse." CLINTON HAMILTON Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Baseball, Tennis, Aeronautical Club, Salesmanship Club, Acorn Reporter. "He is of a very melancholy disposition." LILLIAN HARGREAVES Entered from Hogg, 1933. Gym Assistant, Dramatic Club, Secretary of 2-B Class, Lunch-Room Guard, Acorn Reporter, Horseback Riding Club, Student Council, Oak Staff. "The sweetest, fairest lady we have ever looked upon? BILLIE JEAN HARTNEss Entered from Peeler, 1933. Secretary of Pan-American Student Forum, Spanish Club, Spanish Chorus, Scholarship Club, Acorn Staff. "So delicate with her fingers-an admirable musician." FRANK HAYS Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Acorn Staff, Track Team. "Valiant, wise, and well-aceoinplisbedf' LESLIE HOLLIS Entered from Paducah, 1934. Pan-American Forum, Crack Company, Crack Platoon, Rifle Team, Senior Play. "He doth deserve as much as may be yielded to a man." EVELYN HAYES Entered from J. F. Peeler, 1933. Pep Squad, Operetta. "A virtuous gentlewoman, mild and beautiful." KATHERINE HORD Entered from J. S. Hogg, 1933. Co-Editor of Oak, National Honor Society, Acorn Re- porter, French Assistant, Art Club, Pep Squad, Scholar- ship Club, Horseback Riding Club. "Her disposition she inherits, which makes fair gifts fairerf' HERBERT Hicks Entered from Boude Storey, 1934. Baseball, Acorn Reporterl "They shall desire more of your acquaintance." Page Twenty-Three Y-" .-, WW , ' af If zi zf I .,

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