Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1937

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MARTHA DONALD Entered from Bowie, 1933. President of 1-B Class, Dramatic Clubg Forget-Me-Not Saleg Gym Assistant, Library Assistant. "Fairer than fair, more beautiful than beauteousf' CHARLES DRIER Entered from Bowie, 1932. Scholarship Clubg Spanish Club, Glee Club, R. O. T. C., Camp Dallas. "ln faith, honest as the skin between his brows." LOWELL DUBBELS Entered from Reagan, 1933. Ca p Dallas, Dramatic Club, Non-Commissioned Officerg om Reporterg National Thespian Club, Spanish Club. "He bath a heavenly gift of phophesyf' MARY DUFF Entered from Reagan, 1933. Latin Club, Scholarship Club, Girl Reserve Cabinetg Dramatic Club, National Thespian Clubg National Honor Society, Pep Squad, Interscholastic Spelling Contest, Linz Awards, Everts Awardg Centennial Parade, Acorn Re- porter, Forget-Me-Not Sale. s "Your wit makes wise things foolish." DIXIE DUMMIT Entered from Hogg, 1933. , Forget-Me-Not Saleg Scholarship Clubg Latin Clubg Pen Pal Clubg Dramatic Clubg National Honor Societyg Third Prize in Essay Contestg Linz Awardsg Everts Awardg Arorn Reporter. "Thou hast a mind that suits with this thy fair and outward rharacterf, P. H. DUNNAM Entered from Bowie, 1932. Footballg Scholarship Clubg 4-B Class Oliicerg Student Councilg "D" Club, Acorn Reporter. "An honest man he is." JOHN ROBERT EDDLEMAN Entered from Italy, Texas, 1935. "I do applaud his courage." ANSCIL ELLIOTT Entered from Boude Storey, 1935. Hi-Y, R. O. T. C.g Leaders Club at Boude Storey, For- eign Affairs Club. "vHas such a fonfirjned countt'nanee." IMOGENE FINLEY Entered from Corsicana. Dramatic Club, Spanish Chorusg Scholarship Club. "Lady, you have a merry heart." ISABELLE FLOWERS Entered from Lagow, 1933. "She has brown hair and speaks small like a womanf, Page Thirty-Six

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A. E. COLLIER Entered from Mount Auburn, 1933. R. O. T. C.: Scholarship Clubg Pan-American Student Eorumg Spanish Chorus, Crack Companyg Spelling Con- testg Four-Year Linz Award, Four-Year Everts Award, Linz Bible Award. "He hath indeed a good outward happiness." WESLEY COLLIER ' Entered from Royse City, 1933. President of National Thespian Clubg Ofhcer, R. O. T. C., Dramatic Clubg Spanish Chorusg Debate Clubg Camp Dallas, Tennis Team. "Courageous-well hast thou acquit thee." VERNON Cox Entered from Peeler, 1933. President and Vice-President of Pen Pal Clubg Scholar- ship Clubg Rifle Teamg Corporal's Efficiency at Camp Dallas. "Be blessed for your good comfort." HARRY CRISSLIAN Entered from Hogg, 1933. Scholarship Clubg Band, Rifle Teamg Lettered in Gull.: Latin Clubg French Clubg Oak Staff, Dramatic Clubg Honor Band. "Yon are a saucy fellow? ERWIN CROOK Entered from Waco, 1936. R. O. T. C.g Aeronautical Club. "Some good I mean to do." ALLIE VEE CROWSON Entered from Bowie, 1933. Operettag Easter Cantata, Music Club, Pen Pal Clubg French Clubg All-City Chorusg Octetteg Mixed Chorusg Girls' Glee Club. "She is gentle and mild." DOROTHY DANIELS Entered from Bowie, 1933. Girl Reservesg Scholarship Club. "Your grace has ta'en great pains to qualify his . vigorous coursef' LEAH DANIELS Entered from Fort Worth, 1936. Music Club. "I do believe that these applanscs are for some new honors." FRANCES DARNELL Entered from Reagan, 1933. Library Councilg Scholarship Clubg Debate Clubg Dra- matic Clubg Pep Squad, Underclass Oflicerg Latin Clubg National Thespian Clubg Oak Staffg Oflicer of 4-A Classg junior Prom Committee. "Yon should tread a Course pretty and full of view." ARNOLD DESMOND Entered from Technical, 1936. junior Hi-Yg Senior Hi-Y, Crack Companyg R. O. T. C. "He was furnished like a hunter? Page Thirty-Five



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FAYE FOGLEMAN Entered from Hogg, 1933. Torget-Me-Not Sale, Spanish Chorus, Girl Reserves. "Says he, yon are an honest woman, ana' well thought on." FISHER L. FORREST Entered from Boude Storey, 1934. National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Linz Awards, Latin Tournament, Latin Club, Advertising staff of Oak, Student Council, Officer, R. O. T. C., P. M. S. T. Efficiency Ribbon, Three School Efficiency Ribbons, Crack Company, Usher for Commencement Exercises. "Whose skill is almost as great as his honesty." JUNE FOY Entered from Boude Storey, 1933. Poppy Sale, Forget-Me-Not Sale, Girl Scouts. "Yon are full of heavenly stuff, and bear the inventory of your best graves." CARL FRENCH Entered from Hogg, 1933. R. O. T. C., Crack Company. "Kindness in women, not their beauteons looks shall win my love." STANLEY FROST Graduated from Reagan, 1932, Entered from Sunset, 1933. "But thou, like a kind fellow, gave thyself away gratis." O. C. GARDNER Entered from Peeler, 1933. R. O. T. C. Officer, Golf Team, Band, Camp Dallas, Scholarship Club. "He had rather venture all his limbs for honor." HENRY LEE GATES Entered from Reagan, 1931. Crack Company, Scholarship Club, Crack Platoon, Offi- cer in R. O. T. C., Camp Dallas. "There is a fair behavior in thee, Captain." THERESSA GHARIS Entered from Hogg, 1933. Spanish Club, Scholarship Club, Girl Reserves, Linz Awards, Tennis, Interscholastic Spelling Contest. "You take me in too dolorous a sense." DOROTHY GILMORE Entered from Boude Storey, 1934. National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Dramatic Club, Art Department, Art Stalf of Oak, Linz Award, Pep Squad, Tennis. "She sh1znn'd the wealthy curled darlings of our nation." IMOGENE GRoss Entered from Sunset, 1933. "Nature presently distill'd Helen's cheek." Page Thirty-Seven 3' xi,

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