Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1938

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EDNA EARL BLAND Entered from Cross Roads, 1935 Riding Club, Junior M. P. Club, Kamera Klub, Girl Reserves. "SVC mee! lbw' like a jvleasafif llwlrglvff' BILL BLOODWORTH Entered from Reagan, 1934. Art Staff, Stamp Club, Radio Club, R. O. T. C. "Liked by all who know him." HOMER BLY Entered from Waco, 1936. Football, Tennis, Student Council, 4B Favorite, Hi-Y, 4A President. "A :lashing young man-laamliome and popular," L. A. BOLI Entered from Sunset, 1935. Rifle Team, Commissioned Oiftcer R. O. T. C., Crack Com- pany, '37-'38, Camp Dallas, junior Hi-Y, Senior Hi-Y Officer, Latin Club. "I1njmlsiw, earnest, prompt to act To make bis generous tbougbis a fuel." FRED BROWDER Entered from Hogg, 1934. Latin Club, Dramatic Club, Track. "A little mischief by the way, A little fun to spice mcla Jay." DOUGLAS BROWN Entered from Reagan, 1934. Latin Club, Scholarship Club, Basketball Captain, 2-Year Letterman Basketball. "A basketball player with blond hair, Anal you can? find his like u11ywlJerc."l Page Twenty-eight 5 KATHERINE BURKE Entered from Boude Storey, 1935. Pan American Student Forum, ZA Class President, Kamera Klub, Program Committee, Student Council, 4B Class Secre- tary, Acorn Staff, Riding Club. "Imlc1'rl slat' is ii 1II05f definite lVI1IlIlf'U.,, ALF BURR Entered from Rosemont, 1934. One Act Play, '35, Band, Camp Dallas, Scholarship Club, Student Council. "A 1IliXL'lJiC'f-l0L'lllg yoznzgxlw' since the rlays of y0rr'." FRANK BYRNES Entered from Hogg, 1934. Spanish Club, R. O. Ti. C., Salesmanship Club, "l'll be m4'rry and free, Illl be sail for nobozlyf' ERMA LEE CALDWELL Entered from Bowie, 1934. Art Department, Spanish Club, Scholarship Club. "A 7H0fL' gwzerozls girl you L'0llld!l,f fiml, Aml .tlJe's as swzfzfl as sbs' is kind." MARY FRANCES CAREY Entered from Boulder City, Nevada. Pep Squad Leader, Dramatic Club, National Thespian Club, Student Council, Christmas Play, Armistice Play. "Ax .vufeef :mil fair as a 'fiower in sjlring'." MARY KATE CARTER Entered from Russelville, Alabama. President Spanish Club, Delegate to Student Council Meet at Knoxville, Tennessee, '37, Student Council Secretary, '37, Pan-American Student Forum, Scholarship Club, National Honor Society, 3A Class Olhcer, Dramatic Club, Pep Squad, First-place in City-wide Essay Contest, '37, Gym Assistant. "Beautiful and irztvllvcfual- This is an e.vcc1'1fiorz."

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M Wgsb . UW ,V lv lt. as , . ,L Anime SUE ADKISSON Entered from Grapevine, 1934. "She pu! Ilia best in all slsz' dill." BILLIE ADKISSON Entered from Grapevine, 1934. Junior M. P. Club, Art Club, Latin Club. "As you may suppose-she bad plenty of brain." JEAN ANDREWS Entered from Sunset. Kamera Klub, Horseback Riding Club, Latin Club. "Thy grace, !lJy more ilaan beauty Shall be an endless praise." J. E. AVREA Entered from Boude Storey, 1935. Football Letterman, Baseball Letterman, Acorn Staif. "Heu1'en bell: flu' ladies." PEGGY JEAN BATCHELOR Entered from Bowie, 1934. Art Club Officer, Vice-President 1A Class, Sponsor, AVOVII Staff. "She is prefly with many u furl- I'll bet slat' sei many a masrfulim' laearf a-ufbirlf' MARGUERITE BARRETT Entered from Bowie, 1934. President Dramatic Club, '36, Girl Reserve Oiiicerg Scholar- ship Club, Pen Pal Club, Pan-American Club, National Thcspian Officer, Student Council, Texas Poetry Club. "InsIrm'te4l ibut true lwouhtlge leads to louef' . ' K. , ' xv Lf. J 'CL' Lf' .4 S rf AMW 'Cav W - W V! U., 4 ' ' ,Er'-.J.,A4'faa..4 LUNA BELLE BEACHUM Entered from Bowie, 1934. Officer Girl Reserves: Oilicer Talent Club, Dramatic Club: Scholarship Club, Student Council, Pep Squad, Keeper of Honor Study Hall, Co-Editor of Oak, Acorn Statf, French Club, National Honor Society, French Play, '35, '37. "A bf'u'iIL'lJi11g girl with an ezzcbaniing pvrsormlily-a clmm to everyone." THURMAN BELL Entered from Peeler, 1934. Art Department, Scholarship Club. "Much can be said in his favor-one thing is his good behavior." LAMBERT BEMELMANS Entered from Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1937. "He is a well-made man who has u gooif determination." NORMAN BEMELMANS Entered from Spartenburg, South Carolina, 1937. "N0flJing in fbi' worlil is us gooil as usefulness." JOHN BENSON Entered from Bowie, 1934. Art Department. "We go to Iolan 'ularn flse world looks ,gloom He brightens tbl- f01'm'rs of any room." KATHLEEN BISHOP Entered from Reagan, 1934. National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Pep Squad, Everts Award, Linz Award, Riding Club, Spanish Club, Spanish Chorus, Bowling Club, Gym Assistant, Enrulling Assistant, Program Chairman 1A-TSB, Opcretta, '34-'35, Oak Staff, Student Council, Invitation Committee 4B, Social Chairman 3A, Texas Poetry Club, Girl Reserves. "Knowledge comes, bu! wisdom lingers." Page Twenty-seven



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WW 'ie ll MARTHA CAT12 'nj Entered from McKinney, 1956. "Her happy smile aml wiuxonzz' ways will cheer our hearlx througlwn! fhr rlaysf' JEANNE CATES Entered from Hogg, 1934. Scholarship Clubg Linz Awardg Music Clubg Girls' Glee Club: Cantata, '35g Pep Squadg Dramatic Clubg Poetry Club, Social Committee of SA Class: Art Clubg Salesmanship Clubg Latin Club. "A pure heart anal a fair face." ETHEL CHANEY Entered from Peeler, 1934. National Honor Societyg Dramatic Clubg Thespian Club, Spanish Club, Pan-American Club, Scholarship Club, Linz Awardg Chemistry Assistantg Program Committee 1B Class. "All her ways are winning ways, Full of l1'na'crness anal grace." CHARLES CHILDERS Entered from Boude Storey, 1935. Footballg Tracltg Scholarship Clubg National Honor Society. "A xteazly soul lhat yields io rule, Anil quite iugmuozzs, foo-ai school." ELOISE CLARK - Entered from Reagan, 1934. Scholarship Club: National Honor Societyg Girl Reservesg Junior M. P. Clubg Student Councilg French Clubg Latin Club. "Very clz'1'r'1' and 1'i1'at'ionx, xrrions and frivolous by Iurnx, but erm' loyal, and lrue. CAROLYN CLYETTE Entered from Terrell High, Terrell, Texas. Pep Squadg Scholarship Club. "There are none olhers like her, allhough there ought fo be a millionf' RITHA COLEMAN Entered from Peeler, 1934. Pen Pal Clubg Junior Red Cross Clubg Spanish Club, Girl Reservesg Second Prize W'inner of Community Chest Contest, ,35. "Swear anal gentle, kind and good- Shr' is a friend lo ew'ryone.,' MARTHA COOPER Entered from Peeler, 1934. Volley Ball Teamg Spanish Club. "Shir lovablr' aml happy, will: a smile lhai never dies." MARY JANE COOPER Entered from Bowie, 1954. National Honor Societyg Co-Editor of Acorn, Linz Awards: Scholarship Clubg Pep Squad. "An aalorable fombination of all that is pleasant." ALICE Cox Entered from Bowie, 1934. Art Clubg Pep Squadg Library Assistantg Library Councilg Scholarship Clubg Dramatic Clubg Gym Assistantg Oak Staff. "As genllr ax a lamb, and well-likrd by all." JEANETTE DANIEL Entered from Forest, 1935. Dramatic Clubg Girl Reserves, Pep Squadg Forget-me-not Saleg Poppy Saleg Oak Staff. "Hair prolly, ryex :leap brown, You'll never sm' her u'r'aring a frown." FURNON DARBY Entered from Peeler, 1934. Salesmanship Clubg Basketballg "D" Clubg junior Hi-Y. "He is a man, take him for all in all." Page Twenty-nine

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