Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1938

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ELIZABETH CAMERON Entered from Bowie. 1B Class Officer, Latin Club, Scholarship Club, Acorn Re- porter, Senior Play, Pen Pal Club. "A smile, 11 wink, u litlle roy, ceriainly liked by every boy. CLAYTON CAMPBELL Entered from Roger Mills, 1934. Scholarship Club, Senior Hi-Y, Salesmanship Club, Senior Play, Banking Assistant, Acorn Reporter, National Honor Society. "He mixed reason with pleaxure anal wisdom, wilb mirth." ROBERT CAPERS Entered from Bowie, 1934. President Senior Hi-Y, Student Council Officer, 3A, 415 Class Officer, Captain of R. O. T. C., Rifle Team, Crack Company, Crack Platoon, Latin Club, Art Department, Senior Play, Cleverest Senior Boy, Scholarship Club, Office Assistant, Hearst Trophy Match, '37, Efficiency Ribbon, Basketball, Acorn Reporter, Intercollegiate Rifle Match, '37, President of Counseling Group, Vice-President Aeronautical Club, Horseback Riding Club. "A merry lzsvzrt rfoflal goozl like mcz1'irim'.' G. W. CHANDLER Entered from Bowie, 1934. Latin Club, Baseball, Football, Basketball, Hi-Y, Military, Captain of Baseball, "D" Club, Library Assistant, Acorn Reporter, All-City Baseball, '36-'37. "Our hero of the griflironf' CLIFTON CHILDS Entered from Edgewood High School, Edgewood, Texas, 1934. "Silence is the suncluary of prurlencef' PAULETTE CONNER Entered from Boude Storey. French Club, Salesmanship Club, Library Assistant, Acorn Reporter, Pep Squad, Scholarship Club. nF1'i6'11llll7lFSS is ber middle name." Page Eighteen MARY jo COPELAND Entered from Boude Storey. French Club, Salesmanship Club, Linz Award, Acorn Re- porter, Pep Squad, Office Assistant. "A truer friend roulil not be found." HOWARD CROSSI,AND Entered from Bowie, 1934. Golf Team, Riding Club, R. O. T. C. Otfhcer, Rifle Team, Winner of Shoulder-to-Shoulder, Twice Winner of Gold Medal between Fort Worth and Dallas, Placed in Hearst Rifle Match, New Record in '37 Rifle Match. "Hr mn rlmrm our senses anal expel our fares." JUANITA CUNNINGHAM Entered from Hogg. Horseback Riding Club, Art Club, Spanish Club. "Earll1, what place ix flint? A place fur fun." MAVIS DINKINS Entered from Bowie. Art Club, French Club, Music Club, Operctta. "WlJUse happy lavurl but power I0 make a xlom' a flower." GENEVIEVE DOBBINS Entered from Reagan, 1934. Archery Club, Art Club, Junior M. P. Club, Riding Club, Salesmanship Club. "Gentle of xpvccb, benefircnl of mimi." LUCAS GIARRAPUTO Entered from Bowie, 1934. Band Leader, Cheer Leader Four Years, City Declamation Four Years, President of Debate Club, President Dramatic Club, President National Thespians, '36, President 4B Class, Vice-President Student Council, Vice-President Senior Hi-Y, Latin Club, Spanish Club, Senior Play, Operetta Three Years, Scholarship Club, Four-Year Linz Award, Everts Award, Senior Favorite. "Bid me 1lis1f014rse, I will enclaant lhine ear."

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ERMAGENE ANDERSON Entered from Peelcr, 1934. Junior Red Cross Club. "Her life is noble, PZHT, anal swevlf' JOHN EDWARD APEL Entered from White Hall High School, Pine Bluff, Ark., 1936. "Sober, sfvadfusf, aml Sf'C'1lft'.U BILL BARNES Entered from Hogg, 1934. Latin Club, Football Letterman, Track, Scholarship Club, Business Manager of Oale, Vice-President of 4A Class, Stu- dent Council, National Honor Society, Chemistry Assistant, "DH Club, Best All-Around Senior Boy. "A quiet boy of high culture, and as irzleresting as he is Cultured." Louis LYNWOOD BIRDWELL Entered from Bowie, 1934. Invitation Committee, Acorn Staff. "If u man be grail, 6'1.'!'!l his dog will wear' zz proud look." LUCIEN BARTLETT Entered from Fort Worth, 1935. "Ami shf is fair, aml fairer' than u'onl.', WILFORD BAUGH Entered from Hogg, 1934. Rifle Team, Crack Platoon, Crack Company, Third-place in City Rifle Match, ,37, State Bicycle Champion, '33, City Bicycle Champion, '35, Commissioned Oiiicer, '37, Art Club, Music Club, Aviation Club, Junior Hi-Y. "He seems to fhinlz ,twill make him wise fo keep a 'Dol' before his ryesf, IVA NELI. BENNETT Entered from Reagan. National Thespian OH'icer, Dramatic Club, Pen Pal Club Ofiicer, Spanish Club, Armistice Day Play, 1937, Senior Play, Music Club, Pan-American Club, Scholarship Club, Spanish Chorus. "The hearls of her friends irusl safely in her." GRACE B1cRENBAUcH Entered from Hogg, 1934. Secretary of Library Council, Secretary of ZA, 3B and 3A Classes, Scholarship Club, Student Council, Sponsor of R. O. T. C., Cleverest Senior Girl. "Thou who has! Ihr falal gif! of beaulyf' HOWARD BARRETT Entered from Bowie, 1934. "A grnileman wilh high r1ml7ifi0ns." WYNETTE BLAINE Entered from Bowie, 1934. Scholarship Club, Pep Squad, French Club, French Play, '3K. "All ber ways are winning ways full of tenderness and grace." LILA BLANTON Entered from Hogg. Latin Club, Archery Club, Scholarship Club. "A jolly, friendly girl who spreads sunshim' wbsrevef the goes." MELBA BLANTON Entered from Peeler. Girl Reserves, Pan American Student Forum, Kamera Klub. "Grateful and useful in all she dues." Page Swenirm

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l N 19' CICELY ANN GIRLINGHOUSE Entered from Bowie, 1934. Dramatic Club, Pep Squad, Acorn Staff, Girls' Glee Clubg Operetta, '36. "A smiling fun' girrs many grate." MARIE GRAHAM Entered from Reagan. Spanish Chorus. "Simf1licily is a jewel rarely fnnmff, J. W. GRAvEs Entered from Reagan. R. O. T. C., Acorn Reporter. "A goozl-vzafurril and likable' boy." DORIS HALL Entered from Bowie. Pep Squadg French Club, French Play, '36, Operetta, 36, Girl's Glee Clubg Avurn Reporter, Cantata, '34-'5S. "Tbis life is foo slwrf to worry in, S0 take my advice and be happy." MARCUS HANCOCK, JR. Entered from Bowie, 1934. Editor of Acorn, Business Manager of Senior Playg Dramatic Club Ofhcerg Scholarship Clubg Riding Clubg Latin Club: Debate Club. "A genius in more lines Haan our." MOZELLE HARRIS Entered from Hogg. French Clubg Pen Pal Club, Chorus. "A good spur!-few can surpass her." GENEVIEVE HARRISON Entered from Hogg. Student Councilg '36-,57g Archery Clubg Latin. Clubg Schol- arship Clubg Linz Awardsg Everts Awardg President National Honor Societyg Oak Staffg Roman Banquet at Hockaday. "A good sludent, a consistent worker, the possessor of an arfizfe brain." RUTH HATCHER Entered from Hogg. Student Councilg Pep Squad, Girl Rcservesg Art Clubg Schol- arship Clubg Horesback Riding Club, President. "With grace to win, Willa bear! lo bold." ANNIE LEE HILL Entered from Bowie, 1934. Best All-Around Freshman Girl, Oifhcer of 3B Classy Latin Club, Acorn Reporterg Scholarship Clubg Pcn Pals. "Her flashing eye, iarr charming smile D0 all the iaanflsomf' lads beguilrf' CHRISTINE HILL Entered from Boude Storey. Pep Squadg Girl Reservesg Salesmanship Clubg Archery Clubg Riding Clubg Scholarship Club. "Slack so full of life, I believe' sbt' put the pep in 'jw1717er'." RUSSELL HILL Entered from Bowie, 1934. Non-Commissioned Officer, Crack Company, Riding Club. "Hr's quicf, you lanoug buf nb what a man! A ripping good bran lo 1'alz'iJ if you Cdll.,, OTTO HENKE Entered from Boude Storey, 1935. Oak Staffg Spanish Club, R. O. T. C. Band, Debate Clubg Student Councilg Senior Play Staffg Trackg Senior Hi-Y. "No richer gift was fer bestaufmi Haan just fine ar! of making friends." Page N inefern

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