Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1937

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PATRICIA REED Entered from Reagan, 1933. Scholarship Clubg Dramatic Clubg Aeorn Reporterg Operettag Forget-Me-Not Sale, Poppy Sale, Oak Staff. "She is as kind as she is fair, for beauty lives with kindness." BOB STEGER Entered from Reagan, 1933. "His advantage serves for a fair victory." RANDALL RYAN Entered from Hogg, 1933. Track 335, '36g Football '36g Operetta '33, '34, '35, '36g Senior Playg Mixed Chorusg Boys' Glee Club, Economics Club, Secretary 4-B Classg Vice-President of Leopard Clubg Scholarship Clubg French Clubg State Track Team. "Happy am I, from rare I'm free, Why arenit they all content like me?" SYBIL ROAN Entered from Hogg, 1933. 1-B Presidentg Cheer Leaderg Sponsor, Baseball Sweet- heartg Basketball Sponsorg National Honor Societyg Co-Editor of The Aeorng Oak Staffg French Clubg Dramatic Clubg Senior Play. "The fairest queen a king ever received." MARY EDNA ROBINSON Entered from Peeler, 1933. Pan-Americang World Affairs Clubg Spanish Chorusg Spanish Club. "They say the lady is fairg 'tis true I can bear them witness." DORIS SCHUPPEL Entered from Mt. Auburn, 1934. Olympics in 1934. "And thy step is no more than a delightful measure of a dance." MERVIN SCARBOROUGH Entered from Alexander Junior High, 1934. Track. "The gentleman is learned, and a most rare speaker." JANICE SEARS Entered from Roscoe, Texas, 1933. Forget-Me-Not Sale, Poppy Sale, Art Club, Girl Reservesg Pep Squad. "An earnest worker whore reward should be the best." RUTH ROBISON Entered from James Bowie, 1933. Secretary of 1-B, 1-A, 2-B Classes, Library Assistantg Dramatic Clubg World Affairs Club, Spanish Club, Gym Assistantg Chemistry Assistant. "Can we ever forget her bright and everlasting c'harm?,' W. A. STRICKLAND Entered from Reagan, 1933. 4-B, 4-A, Oliicerg Senior 'Hi-Y Officer, "D" Club Officerg Underclass Favoriteg Best All-Around Senior Boy, Foot- ball134,'3S,'36. "His quiet and ready smile Wfins him new friends all the whilef' Page Twenty-Seven 'ik ... Q i- 2 l bE I

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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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'K' ' Qi.: 221- . . QY'-'ik .al fkf-9 I LOUCILLE SHEPHERD Entered from Frisco High, 1934. Dramatic Club, Pen Pals, Acorn Reporter. "A good sport-few can surpass her." HELEN SHADDAY Entered from Peeler, 1933. Art Club, Oak Staff. "She is no less than what we say, a jine and gentlelailyf' MARY HOLBROOK SNYDER Entered from Peeler, 1932. Operetta, Banking Assistant, Girl Reserves, Glee Club, Acorn Reporter, Dramatic Club. "Her beauty makes this vault a feasting presence full of light." ALVIN STERLING Entered from Peeler, 1933. Crack Company, Crack Platoon, Private, Second Lieuten- ant, Captain Efficiency, Camp Dallas Efficiency, Junior and Senior Hi-Y, Acorn Staff, President of Senior Class, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel, President of the Student Coun- cil, Baseball, Football, Senior Favorite, Oak Staff. "Noble, Courageous, High, and Unmatchahlef' JOHN TYLER Entered from Hogg, 1933. Oak Staff, President of National Honor Society, Four- Year Linz, Four-Year Everts, Olfxcer in Band, All-City Orchestra, Pen-Pals, Scholarship Club, Crack Company, Efliciency Award, Interscholastic League Contest. "His mind is the clearer and his virtues the fairer." EDNA MAE TUCKER Entered from Reagan, 1933. Art Club, Acorn Reporter, Oak Staff, Horseback Riding Club. "A sweeter and lovelier maiden coulil ne'er he found." BOWDEN WATSON Entered from Bowie, 1933. Radio Club, Aviation Club, Chemistry Assistant. "An afahle and courteous gentleman." PAULINE VERMILLION Entered from Trinity Heights, 1933. French Club, Scholarship Club, Poppy Sale, Forget-Me- Not Sale. "She believes in happiness, content, and good will." WALLACE WESTMORELAND Entered from Peeler, 1933. "It's nice to be natural When yozfre naturally nice." BAss WILLIAMS Entered from Highland Park High, 1934. Football, Basketball, Track, Vice-President of Senior Hi-Y, Secretary of Junior Hi-Y, Acorn Staff, UD" Club, Salesmanship Club, Senior Play, Cleverest Senior Boy. "Not a shiek, but The Shickf' Page Twenty-Eight

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