Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1938

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TILDEN HUDSON Entered from Bowie, 1934. Football, Baseball, Salesmanship Club. "I must be seeing ll0IlbIt'.U TRUMAN HUDSON Entered from Bowie, 1934. Thespian Club, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, Hi-Y. "None but lainmflf ran he 17aI'alIeled." ELIZABETH HUDSPETH Entered from Bowie, 1934. Scholarship Clubg National Honor, Linz Award, Student Council, Latin Club. "We love thee for a hear! tlmfs kind, Not for all the knowledge in thy vnimff' RAYMOND HUNLEY Entered from Bowie, 1934. Spanish Clubg R. O. T. C., Crack Company, Crack Platoong Kamera Klub, Riding Club. "He is the best rernrrfy for Ihr' blzzesf' ROBERT FRANKLIN HUNTER Entered from Peeler, 1934. "D" Club, Art Clubg Baseball, Basketball, Student Council, Scholarship Club: Spanish Club, Crack Company. "One who never turner! hir back, but marcloed breast forward." DOUGLAS HURT Entered from Boude Storey, 1935. R. O. T. C. Non-Commissioned Officer, Crack Company, Crack Platoon, Latin Club. "He knows no carer Page Twenty .I. is ii- ' l Entered from Bowie, 1934. eh. MARY FRANCES IRWIN Vice-President 1A Class, Latin Club, Scholarship Club, Riding Club, Acorn Staff, Freshman Beautyg Dramatic Club. "To beguile many and 111' beguilerf by One." HENRY JONES Entered from Hogg, 1934. Captain R. O. T. C., Student Council, Library Councilg Pan-American Club, Spanish Clubg Ofhce Assistnntg 4A Program Committee, Vice-President 3B Class, President 3A Class, Scholarship Club, Best Corporal, Best Sergeant, Crack Companyg Crack Platoon, Eiliciency, '35, '36, '37. "A little ?1071Xf'l1Xl' now um! then is 1'efisfJe1f by the bm! of 'nzz'n.', Lois KEITH Entered from Bowie, 1934. Student Council, Archery Club, Spanish Chorus, Riding Club, Scholarship Club. "Her quick wit, and jzlmsant ways are an ewr- jircseni joy." GEORGE KELLY Entered from Reagan. Cadet Major, Camp Dallas, '35, ,36, ,373 Rifle Teamg Crack Companyg Crack Platoon, Hi-Yg Student Council. MARGUERITE KING Entered from Woodrow, 1935. Latin Club. "Calm and .serene the lives? MARY MAE KIRKPATRICK Entered from Bowie, 1934. ScholarshipYClubg Latin Club, Salesmanship Club, Junior M. P. Club. "An ideal girl, with xvriousrzess ami' humor alikefl

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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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X . W if M MARIAM LASSETTER Entered from Bowie, 1934. Scholarship Club, Pep Squad, Girl Reserves. "Su'z'I'f nIi'l'I'y If r10lvilily's frm' lvmlgi. ,- ALBERT LITTLE Entered from Peeler, 1934. R. O. T. C. Gflicer, Spanish Club, Talent Club, Track, Football, Dramatic Club, Crack Company, Scholarship Club, Student Council, R. O. T. C. Eflicient Award, Spanish Chorus. "UnblwrIis1Jml Iut me Iiw or Jie." EDWARD CLIFFORD MANN Entered from Peeler, 1934. Spanish Club, Scholarship Club, Pan-American Club, Sales- manship Club, Acorn Staff. "Who scaflvri' ronmf lui! arnl lmmor' alikrf' DOROTHY MASSENGIl.L Entered from Bowie, 1954. Art Department, Oalz Staff, Acorn Staff. nfflll' 1'l'V'j' quivf, will 'wi' xo c'fn1rv1if1g." Ross MEREDITI-I Entered from Hogg, 1934. First Lieutenant R. O. T. C., Camp Dallas, Eificiency Awards, Rifle Team, Crack Company, Debate Club, Pan- American Club, Spanish Club, Student Council, Scholarship Club, Crack Platoon. "He speaks ulmi be fcelx, lzml :mf ufwal ln' oizglml io tary." EUGENE MINTER ' Entered from Bowie, 1934. "Conti-nfed ufifla ilu' many joys uf bis lifvf' JIMMIE LEE NELsoN Entered from Bowie, 1934. Pep Squad, Poppy Sale, Art Club. "True, lorulzlr, loyal, aml xzwrl, WU' lmpa Irifb law u'v'll nflen !7H'L'f.,, JAMES OAKES Entered from Forest, 1935. Football Tri-Captain, '57, UD" Club, Track, Aitarn Staff, Sports Editor of the Acorn. "Wbc're z"I'r be mel a xlnzngvr, lu' left I1 ffll'Hl1.U DAVID PALMER Entered from Sunset, 1936. R. O. T. C. Band, Staff Sergeant, A1'lll'l1 Staff. "A man'I hear! and Ilre aizlumn sky arf' alike firlzlvf' LUCILLE PALMER Entered from Wilmer Hutchins, 1954. Spanish Chorus, Archery. "A woman good wiffaoirf Abrrlerzse, Blest ufifb plain rruxwz aml solver write." NELWYN PALMER Entered from Wilmer Hutchins, 1934. Secretary National Honor Society, Pen Pal Club "Thr lmml limi fmtlr zmnli' you fair lmllr mmli' you good." BETTY PARKER Entered from Bowie, 1934. President IB Class, Latin Club, Pen Pal Club, Scholarship Club, Arorn Reporter, junior Red Cross, Dramatic Club, Pep Squad, Tennis, Salesmanship Club, Riding Club, Chair- man of Invitation Committee. r'WlJ1'lI Iipi an' cherry Veil, ann' vyrx are blue- A vixion of 10'1.'tf'IilIt'AA',U Page Tufeniy-one

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