Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1937

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JACK BROWER Entered from Stripling High, 1933. Football '34, Golf '34, Art Club, Scholarship Club, 1 Year Linz Pin. "We have no ambition to see a gooiilier man." , CLARINE MCBRIDE Entered from Peeler, 1933. Girl Reserves, Dramatic Club, Pep Squad, French Club, Poppy Sales, Forget-Me-Not Sale, Acorn Reporter, - Operetta '34-'35, Football Ticket Sales. "A maiden so tender, fair, and happy." BETTICE MCCULLEY Entered from Bowie, 1933. Scholarship Club, Salesmanship Club, Poppy Sale, Forget- Me-Not Sale, Latin Club. "A pretty gallant lass." DAVID MCDOWELL Entered from James Bowie, 1933. "He hath a heart as sound as a bell." T. J. MOON Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Music Club, Operetta, Football, Track, Senior Play. "Art thou not acquainted with him, know not his voice?" CHARLES MANDEVILLE Entered from Reagan, 1933. National Honor, Business Manager of The Oak. "In my stars I am above thee, but he not afraid of my greatness." VIRGINIA MAPLES Entered from Hogg, 1933. French Club, Scholarship Club, Acorn Reporter, Poppy Sale, Forget-Me-Not Sale. "Her love serene, her thoughts iHI17ldL'1lIl1fL'.,, FRANCES MARTIN Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Operetta, Scholarship Club, Spanish Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Orchestra. "I.oL'elinexs in favor, sympathy in years." HOWARD NELSON Entered from Hogg, 1933, Juinor and Senior Hi-Y, Art Club, Student Council, "D" Club, Acorn Reporter, Football '35, '36, All-City and Captain '36. 'WHis looks are full of peaceful vnajestyfl D. C. NOLEN Entered from Hogg, 1932. junior and Senior Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Operetta, Presi- dent of Music Club, Leopard Club, Football, Track, Senior Play. "Another hero!" Page Twenty-Five 'Yi-Q' Q is W 2 Em . 0 . , I A-sa f l QL J ,V - il' 'l 4 1 .

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'wks . zf. S Z A .nj DOROTHY DELL KEITH Entered from Reagan, 1933. President of Library Council, Acorn Staff, Student Councilg Best All-Round Underclass Girl '36, Oak Staffg Acorn Reporterg Dramatic Clubg Horseback Riding Club, Gym Assistantg Pep Squadg "Shooting Starsg" Senior Play. "Most exfellent aceornplished lady, the Heavens showered gifts upon youf' EDWARD KEMPE Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Dramatic Club, Radio Club, National Thespiang Senior Play. "Oh! he is the courageous captain of compliments." ZULEMA KITCHEN Entered from Bowie, 1933. Pan-American, Spanish Club, Scholarship Club, Pep Squadg Girl Reserves. "Her valiant courage and undaunted spirit is more than is commonly seen in life." JUNE KENNEDY Entered from Peeler, 1933. Operettag Acorn Reporter, Glee Club, Dramatic Clubg Music Club. "She is so free, so apt, so blessed a disposition." KATHERINE KINKEL Entered from L. G. C. Academy, 1932. Acorn Reporter. "Indeed she is a most delicate maiden." WALLACE HOWARD Entered from Peeler, 1933. 2nd Lieut. in R. O. T. C. "An excellent young man indeed." J. W. JACKSON Entered from Winnetka, 1933. "A loyal, just, and upright gentleman." SAMMY LARUE Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Spanish Club. "Fair thoughts and happy hours attend you." MURIEL LAKE Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Vice-President of National Honor Societyg Scholarship Club, Secretary of Spanish Club '34, Spanish Chorus, Pep Squad. "Too wise, wisely fair, To merit bliss by making them despair." HASKELL JAMES Entered from Boude Storey, 1934. "His heart as far from fraud as Heaven from earthf' N? 1 Page Twenty-Four 6, .-5



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, 1 4?-" W I .al ALICE PHIFER Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Debating Club, Pan-American, ,33 Cantata. vb: "She is a sweet lady." IQ SUE JANE PRICE Entered from Sunset, 1933. Pan-American, Pen Pals, Dramatic Club, Girl Reserves, 3 Opererta '34-'35. "A lainrl heart she hath, worthy of our L'01ll1l1!?I1dK1fi01I.U CLAUDE PRESTIGE ' Entered from Forest, 1934. World Affairs Club, Spanish Club, Junior Hi-Y. W "A companion noted, and most known to youth and 1 5 liberty." MARY ELLEN MURRELL ii" --v-f C .- Entered from Hogg, 1933. at President of 1-A Class, Scholarship Club, Dramatic 4 A Club, Library Council, Student Council, National Honor ,1 f ls: Society, French Club, World Affairs Club, Co-Editor of x The Acorn, Senior Play, Oak Staff. "The fairest--that would have won any 1nan's heart." JEANNE OATTs Entered from Hillsboro, 1935. Pep Squad, Dramatic Club, Arorn Reporter. ' "The rssrnfe of refimwnent with a miml of her own." ANTHONY PIRANIO Entered from Mills, 1933. World Affairs Club, Spanish Club, Latin Club. "What any man flares, hr flares." MARY DEE REED Entered from Bowie, 1933. French Club, Art Club, "A mairlen never hold, of spirit still and quiet." PEGGY RANDALL Entered from Reagan, 1933. Library Assistant, Scholarship Club, French Club, Aforn Reporter, Linz Award, Operetta '34-'3S. "Whose happy heart hath power, To make a stone a flower." HERBERT PEELER Entered from Peeler, 1933. "Yon Cassius hath a lean and hungry look, he thinks loo much." WILLIAM REAGAN Entered from Peeler, 1933. World Affairs Club, Pan-American, Spanish Chorus, Spanish Club, R. O. T. C. "A gentleman on whom we build an absolute trustf' 6 Page Twenty-Six ' f

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