Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1937

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' Q, 1 QQ-, 1 Azr. QQ .:L. S QW X x iff' RN R 1. fluid? f 'C A .531 J' ,. MARCHELINE SWINNEY Entered from Peabody School, Denison, Texas, 1933. Girl Reserves, Pan-American, Scholarship Club, Spanish Chorus, Linz Award, Spelling Contest. "Your mind is tossing on the ocean." BILLY TANNER Entered from Bowie, 1933. Latin Club, Orchestra, Officer, R. O. T. C., Crack Company, '34, '35, '36, '37, Crack Platoon, Staff Ser- geant Efficiency, '35, Camp Dallas, ,36, Oflicer's Effi- ciency Award, '36, Scholarship Club. "He is a gentleman of greatest pro1nisz'." DOROTHY TAYLOR Entered from Bowie, 1933. Class Oflicer, Forget-Me-Not Sale, Girls Chorus, Dra- matic Club, Poppy Sale, Easter Cantata. "Let all the nuher of the stars give light to thy fair way." CHARLIE FRANCES TERRY Entered from Reagan, 1933. Scholarship Club, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Girl Re- serves, Dramatic Club, Acorn Reporter. "Thou art a piece of virtue." H. M. TERRY Entered from Reagan, 1933. Spanish Club, 'History Club. "His nature is too full o' the milk of human kindness." GERALDINE THOMPSON Entered from Ft. Stockton High School, Ft. Stockton, Texas, 1936. Pen Pal Club, Girl Reserves, Dramatic Club, Acorn Re- porter, Scholarship Club, Assistant to Senior Counselor, National Thespian Club. "What 'majestyy is in her gait? ROY THRASH Entered from Hogg, 1933. National Honor Society, President 4-B Class, Oak Staff, Non-Commissioned Officer, R. O. T. C., President De- bate Club, Scholarship Club, Student Council, Third Placc in City-Wide Essay Contest, Latin Club, Dra- matic Club, National Thcspian Club, Linz Award. "An honest, willing, kind fellow." DOROTHY VAN DEVENDER Entered from Peeler, 1933. Forget-Me-Not Sale, Poppy Sale, Pan-American Club, Spanish Club. "She is an excellent, sweet ladyf, SIDNEY WADSWORTH Entered from Sunset. French Club, Latin Club, Dramatic Club, Football. "He's 'right noble." BOB WARD Entered from Bowie, 1933. Spanish Club, Radio Club, Aviation Club, Salesmanship Club, Hi-Y Club, Library Assistant, Student Council. "Creeping like a snail unwillingly to school." Page Forty-Eight

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CHARLES SHACKELFORD Entered from Winnetka, 1933. Captain, R. O. T. C., Camp Dallas, '36, Crack Com- pany, '35, '36, '37, Crack Platoon, '35, '36, School Efficiency, P. M. S. 86 T. Efficiency, Winner of Wozen- craft Drill, '36, Delegate to S. A. S. C. Convention at Lexington, Ky., President of Student Council, junior Hi-Y, National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Oiiice Assistant, Rifle Team, '35, '36, '37. "Be merry, and employ your chiefext thoughts to courtship? GRACE SHANKS Entered from Peeler, 1933. Forget-Me-Not Sale. "O fairest beauty, do not fear nor fly." MARY CATHERINE SHAW Entered from Bowie, 1933. Music Club, Spanish Club, Linz Bible Award. "I will omit no opportunity." DAN SHELBY Entered from Hogg, 1933. Scholarship Club, Tennis, Baseball, President 4-A Classs. "I am able to endurr' -much-no question of thatf' JEAN SILVERTHORNE Entered from Central High, Ogden, Utah, 1934. Journalism Reporter, Spanish Club. "In xooth, I know not why I am so sad." IDA RUTH SMITH Entered from Hogg, 1933. ffshf has a goof! fave, speaks well, aml has L-,wvllent goozl clothes." EZELL SONNIER Entered from Boude Storey, 1935. R. O. T. C., Debate Club, Acorn Staff. "What a man arc you!" MARY LEE STOVER Entered from Tulsa Central, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1936. "That is rclzowffrl for faith." ALLIETA STROUD Entered from Boude Storey, 1933. Dramatic Club, Poppy Sale, Girls, Glee Club, Octette, Operetta. "Flower as .thc was." HELEN SULLIVAN Entered from Waco High School, Waco, Texas, 1935. Dramatic Club, Scholarship Club. "It is a good divine that follows his own ir1struction.v." Page Fo rty-Se11e1z 'SV' -T: 'il l 'ewee J ,.AA , 1 ,



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BILL WATSON Entered from Livermore High School, California, 1934. Football, Baskctballg "D" Club, Hi-Y Clubg French Club, Track. "A gentleman of noble pan-ntagcf, NORMAN WATSON Entered from Livermore Grammar School, California, 1933. Captain of Basketball Team, '37g Footballg President of 3-B and 3-A Classg President of Senior Hi-Y, "DU Club, Sports Editor of Aeorn. "The Juke is bu1norous." JOE WEAVER Entered from Reagan, 1933. Football, Basketball, Scholarship Clubg Acorn Stalf. "Honest, good fellow." JEAN WENECKER Entered from San Antonio, 1936. Art Club, Spanish Club. "Tbuf burl a heart to love." CLAUDIE WHITTER Entered from Reagan, 1933. Scholarship Clubg Linz Bible Award. "Your spirits shine through you." DOROTHY WILLHITE 1 Entered from Reagan, 1933. Girl Reservesg Scholarship Club, National Honor So- eietyg Co-Editor of Acorn, Oak Staff, Acorn Reporter, 4-B Invitation Committeeg Dramatic Clubg President 1-B Classg Latin Clubg 4-year Linz Ping 4-year Everts Ping John E. Morriss Award. "Carl the world buy surb u jf'wel?,' RUTH WILLIAMS Entered from Caldwell, Texas, 1932. Girls' Glee Club. "Good disposition, allefzliue, your lfulyslaifzf, JIMMY WISE Entered from Roosevelt Junior High School, Qklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1933.. Track, '36 and '37g "D" Clubg Radio Clubg Crack Com- panyg Crack Platoong Spanish Club. "Wbosc nature is so far from doing bum." JOE NVILLIAMSON Entered from Reagan, 1933. Hi-Y Club, Ofhcer, R. O. T. C.g Stamp Club, Three Crack Platoonsg Four Crack Companies, Wozencraft Drillg Two Elficiency Drillsg Scholarship Club, "He's noble und young." CHARLES YATER Entered from Grand Prairie 'High School, 1935. Non-Commissioned Officer, R. O. T. C.g Student Council. "They are but beggars tbat fun count lbrir worth." GRACE YOUNGBLOOD Entered from Bowie, 1933. "But love is blind, and lovers cannot seef, ef' asf Page Forty-Nine if f . JJ

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