Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1937

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L GM' si 1 , L :Z ' LA VERNE NULL Entered from Waco High School, 1936. Scholarship Club. " l romfort, joy in this mos! gracious lady." BETTY OGDEN Entered from Bowie, 1933. Qchol hip Clubg Girl Reservesg Operettag Pan-American Club, Spanish Chorusg Linz Awards, Pageant at State Fair, '34g Mixed Chorus. "I am hound to every act of duty." SAM ORR Entered from Hogg, 1932. Stamp Clubg Crack Company. "Hit with Cupidls archery." BILLIE MARLE OSBORN Entered from Bowie, 1933. Spanish Clubg Music Club, Girls' Glee Club, Gymboree. LUCILLE PALMER Entered from O. M. Roberts Junior High School, Tyler, Texas, 1933. Latin Club, Scholarship Clubg Dramatic Clubg Glee Club. "MerriIy, merrily shall I lim- now." Girls' W. L. PATRICK Entered from Bowie, 1933. Baseball Team. "He's funiisbed like a hunter." RAY POLLOCK Entered from Milam, 1933. Scholarship Clubg Dramatic Club, Debate Club, Senior Hi-Yg National Thespian Clubg Orchestrag Football. "This fellow's of exceeding honesty." ' ols P TER X E ed o Dr tic Club. eeler 1933 , . S N S TERMS' HN' 71111110 071.,, EVELYN POULTER Entered from Forest, 1933. Orchestrag Volley Ball Teamg Pep Squadg Acorn Re- porter, Latin Clubg Mixed Chorus. "She was a charirierf' MARGARET PRESLAR Entered from Reagan, 1933. Art Clubg Girl Reserves, Pep Squad. "She's a most exquisite lady." I . 9' Page Forty-Four I "lf she be false, O-then heaven mocks itself." l

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WOODROW MONCRIEF Entered from Reagan, 1933. R. O. T. C., French Club, Dramatic Club, Library Council, Interscholastic League Essay Contest, National Thespian Club, Interscholastic League Spelling Contest. "Now thou art sealed the son of ehivalryf' ANNE BETH MOORE Entered from Peeler, 1933. Latin Club, Pep Squad, Scholarship Club, Dramatic Club, Debate Club, National Thespian Club. i "A day in April never came so swat." I Entered from Bowie, . CHARLES MOORE ff Scholarship Club, Pan-Ameri Club, S r H' 5 Junior Hi-Y, Nation 1 Thes ' n Clu - mafmlub, Spanish Club, PW! ant, Jou sm Staff, Spell- ing Contest, 3- , Class Officer, Assistant Manager Football, '33, '34, , '36, Assistant Manager Basketball, '34, Assistant Manager Football, ,3S. "Command the conquest, Charles, it shall be thine." BOBBIE MOSELY Entered from Bowie, 1933. Pen Pal Club, '33 and ,34, Latin Club, Scholarship Club, Journalism Staff, ,36, ,37. "Her will, recoiling to her better judgment." VIRGINIA NAFUS Entered from Cedar Hill School, 1935. Mixed Chorus. "She is a gallant lady." BOYCE NALL Entered from Bowie, 1933. Football, Crack Company, Non-Commissioned Officer, R. O. T. C., Spanish Dept. "A tall gen man I2 heave nd a rn leaaerf' mix E 6 tere ro er, 33. Sy Art , re li Girls' Operetta, Mli d orus. " poor are they that have patienref' M LOUISE NEWBAKER Entered from Reagan, 1933. Scholarship Club, Operetta, Declamation Contest, Pan- American Club, All-City Chorus, journalism Staff, Pep Squad, Spanish Contest, Mixed Chorus, Cantata, Music Club, Federation Music Club, Spanish Chorus. "A gentle lady, when tongues speak sweetly, they name her name." TRUMAN NORRIS Entered from Bowie, 1933. O, that's an honest fellow." J. C. NORTON Entered from Sunset, 1933. Operetta, President of Music Club, Basketball, Radio Program Given by School, Federation of Music Clubs. "Men should he what they seernf' Page Forty-Three if V i i ,.i. -2 2 ,-- Ife Q 31 GY-G' ,s 611 fe G . 4 f' 44 1



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'BW' 1 ARA PRICE Entered from Hogg, 1933. "She turns to favour and io prettinessf' THOMAS QUILLIN 1 Entered from Hogg, 1933. President 1-B Class, Football, Track, Basketball, Acorn Staff, Camp Dallas, R. O. T. C.g Efficiency, Scholarship Clubg Commissioned Officer, Camp Dallas Scholarship. "His speea' bath been proved beyond amount." THOMAS RANKIN Entered from Reagan, 1933. i "Young men's love then lies not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes." VELVA REUSCHER Entered from San Benito High School, 1935. Spanish Club. "O, she is rich in beauty." TOMMY RIFE Entered from Bowie, 1932. "The will of man is by bis reason sway'd." LEE ROY RITTENBERRY Entered from Ladonia High School, 1935. Traclig Non-Commissioned Officer, R. O. T. C. "He was a merry man." W JANE ROBBINS ered flpni Bow' , 1 . pons9r, 'Sf '35 WRU, J ur ism Report cholar- shi C1 . ofvlilljllfwiff ba Ufgflfzw HADLEY RO RTS Entered from Bowie, 1933. Basketball, Tennis. "Ay, if I know the letters and the language." MARY LEE ROBERTSON Entered from North Dallas, 1935. Pep Squadg Journalism Reporter. "I bare no gift at all in slorewisbnessf' EDWIN ROBNETT , Entered from Reagan, 1933. Color Sergeant, R. O. T. C. "Your bononr is most welcome." Page Forty-Five 15532 X f - v

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