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Bell, Dorothy Dee
Climer, Dorothy Lee
Combs, Mary Evlen
Dye, Freida Jo
Ford, Ida Belle
Glover, Betty Jane
Loomis, Nellie Jane
Looper, La Verne
Pope, Jewel Frances
Sinclair, Amy Ray
Sutton. Nancy Carol
Waits, Mary Ann
G-reen, Billy Jack
Rawlings, J. H.
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Vaughan, James E.
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HARoLD BETHANCOURT EDWARD WILLIAMS MILDRED WALKER
Prcfsidvuf Vice-President Secretary
JANUARY CLASS CDF 1941
It seems odd, when We think of it, that it was
so hard for us to find our classes and to regulate
ourselves to the school when We came here three
months ago. Now that We have caught the step,
we have entered into the school spirit, and we
hope to be real supporters of the school in all its
activities. We must and will carry on the tradi-
tions of the W. H. Adamson High School to the
best of our ability.
Page 70 text:
Jeanette Rowntree won second place in the state Girls'
Extemporaneous Speaking Contest.
Jack Willis won the Harris Award for the best all-around
athlete in the Dallas High Schools.
Lucas Giarraputo won for the fourth consecutive time
hrst place in the City Boys' Declamation Contest.
Vernon Cox represented the school in the City Essay
The Rifle Team won second place in the Eighth Corps
Area. Chester McKay was high point man with a score of
199 out of a possible 200.
Dixie Dummit won second place in the city in the Inter'-
scholastic League Girls' Declamation Contest.
Betsy Manton and Phyllis Schoeppel composed the team
for the Interscholastic League Spelling Contest in the city
elimination. Phyllis turned in a perfect paper.
Ray Pollock was the Boys' Extemporaneous Speaker and
he finished in third place in the city.
The Interscholastic League One-act Play, "The Twelve
Pound Lookf, won second place in the city. The characters
were: Charles Shackelford, Evelyn Honeycutt, Virginia
Heiskell, and Lowell Dubbels.
Jimmy Wise broke the district record with a 22 foot 3
inch broad jump.
George Patterson lettered in three sports: football, basket--
ball, and baseball.
Jack Linehan won the city and district half-mile.
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