Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1938

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CHARLES ORRICK Entered from Sulphur Springs High, Sulphur Springs, Texas, 1936. Basketball, Art Club. "His bearfs as far from fraud as Heaven from earth." A. E. OWEN Entered from Bowie, 1934. R. O. Tl. C., Riding Club. "Good nafurc sjmrlzlrs in his eyesf' BETTY PALMER Entered from Bowie, 1934. Girls' Glee Club, Talent Club, Music Club, Girl Reserves, Pep Squad, Cantata, Girls' Octette, Latin Club, Spanish Chorus, Operetta, Acorn Staff. "A maid so lender, fair, and happy." ELDON PALMER Entered from Peeler, 1934. "Thou makes! ibn' sad hear! gladf' HORACE PARK Entered from Abilene, Texas, 1936. "His looks were kind of bard' Io f0r'gf'l." XWYMAN PARR Entered from Bowie, 1934. Baseball Letterman, Salesmanship Club. "There is honesty, manhood, and good fellowship in him." Page Thirty-six MARGARET PATERNOSTRO Entered from Bowie, 1934. "She is the wisvsl type, Whose Vifrzzes 11c'z'er vary," T. J. PATTON Entered from Reagan, 1934. Basketball, Baseball, Latin Club, Hi-Y. "A sjlortiue chap possessing an izzrxbausiible fund of jocund b1m1o1'." NAXNCY PEEBLES Entered from Hogg, 1934. Latin Club, Scholarship Club, Dramatic Club, Pep Squad, Riding Club, flL'0l'17 Staff, ZA Class Officer, Student Coun- cil, Bible Award, Linz Award, Glee Club, 4B Social Chair- man. "A sjlriglvfly young miss, tiny in sfalurv, but rnighly in pcrsonalifyf' ALICE PERKINS Entered from Reagan, 1934. "That 'faifl fyju' of girl-in more ways than one." DOROTHY PRICE Entered from Bowie, 1934. Pep Squad, Operetta, Music Club, Acorn Staff, Cantata, Junior Red Cross. "Si1nple1' fhan U10 infancy of hulls- So rxrellrnl a tourla of moa'vsty." BYRON PYEATT Entered from Rosemont, 1934. Crack Platoon, Oiiicer Crack Company, Corporal, Sergeant, Second Lieutenant, First Lieutenant, School Efficiency, Camp Dallas Efficiency, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel, 4B Class Oliieer, Tennis Team, Linz Award, Captain Rifle Team, Student Council President, Latin Club, Camp Dallas Company Com- mander, Scholarship Club, P. M. S. and T. Efficiency Rib- bon, National Honor Society, Aeorn Reporter. "There is bu! one slraigb! road fo sucress, and fha! is merit."

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l . :.' .i r -I . 1 . ' I f Q 41 V JI fl! sv Ill' l 3 ,sf lj " fl X ,l CHARLES MANGOLD Entered from Terrill Prep School. Spanish Club. "As frm' as Maul, vw! gL'71lll' wiibal is lJr'.,' RUSSELL MASON Entered from Hogg, 1934. R. O. T. C. Commissioned Officer, Debate Team, Student Council. "Success will be bis, for be is a faifbful uforlerr in all lblngxf' CAROL MAssEY Entered from Paschal High, Fort Worth, Texas, 1937. "He wbixilrs as be walks for wan! of worry." EVANGELINE MOORE Entered from Highland Park, 1935. Pan-American Forum, Spanish Club, Pep Squad. "WlJ11l swvrl zlcliglvl ll quid life ajfordxf' MARY JO MOORE Entered from Peeler, 1934. Schelarship Club, National Honor Society, Student Council, Srcrctary 4A Class. "HN friendlim'xs is worfb more than zz -rnillionf' T. E. MOORE Entered from Bowief Latin Club. "Good-v1a111r1'al aim' 7lIllH'I'fA'l1fi01lX, qualifies of ll gL'ntlf'man., QTIS LEE MORROW Entered from Pceler, 1934. "Thr form' of liix own mvril nzalevx bis own way." MAXINE MOYERS Entered from Waxahachie, Texas, 1935. Riding Club, Olynspics, French Club. 'A girl uforfbu'lJilf'." . RICHARD MURDOCK Entered from Bowie, 1934. Scholarship Club, Latin Club, Tennis, Basketball, Acorn Staff. "Knowledge is exsential to canquextf' MARY O,D'ELL Entered from North Dallas High, 1936. Pep Squad. "A frimm' you low' io have." JEWELL LYNN O,NEAL Entered from Boude Storey, 1936. Spanish Club, Dramatic Club, Kamera Klub, Acorn Staff. "She fairly radiates with sunshine." JANE ORR Entered from Hogg, 19344 Dramatic Club, Texas Poetry Club, Girl Reserves, Pep Squad, Latin Club, Scholarship Club. "Sim has perxonalily, liloml hair, and is thoroughly likablcz' Page Thirty-five



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f'ivA,L,,'r'V I f"'4f'-'Y T1 DORIS RAMSEY Entered from Reagan, 1954. Spanish Club, Pan-American Club, Student Council, Scholar- ship Club. "She turns lo favour and lo p1'elline.v.v." DOUGLAS RAWLINS Entered from Bowie, 1934. Baseball Letterman, All-City Baseball, 557, Football Letter- man, Hi-Y, "DU Club, Acorn Staff, Riding Club, Library Assistant, Office Assistant. "A keen sense of humor fliillklfi through his Jignityf' MARJORIE RAY Entered from Hogg, 1954. Music Club, Junior M. P. Club, Junior Red Cross, Pep Squad. "Quiet und fair with iz u'i1xJome air." JACK REED Entered from Hogg, 1954. National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Spanish Club, Linz Award, Kamera Klub, Riding Club, Acorn Staff. "A grml man some Jay in lL'!Jdll'I't'1' Jireftions lm energies are 4',x'le11Jrz1," DOROTHY REEDY Entered from Jefferson Davis High, Houston, Texas. Girls' Glee Club. "Her uir, her smile, her emofionx fell of 'womunly r'o1npletenexx." BETTY REVELS Entered from Reagan, 1954. Pep Squad, Dramatic Club, Poppy Sale, Forget-me-not Sale, Spanish Chorus, Armistice Parade, Centennial Parade. "Su'eetm':s and friendship shim' forlh from her fare." LORETTA RICHBURG Entered from Peeler, 1954. Girl Reserves, Pen Pal Club, Office Assistant, Typing Assist- ant, Scholarship Club, l.atin Club, Acorn Staff, junior Red Cross. "A goof! all-nrolmzl girl, with unit, sense, and humorf' W. E. ROBERSON Entered from Peeler, 1954. "How happy is he who born amf taught, Loyally uhinles by Jefern1inL'4l will." MARY JO ROBERTS Entered from Austin High, Austin, Texas, 1954. Spanish Club, Dramatic Club, Music Club. HlI1LIll5lfi0llS, mmlrsf, quiel :xml neat." MARY KATHERINE ROBERTSON Entered from Sunset, 1956. Pep Squad. "A ilaughlvr of the goals, ilirilzely full, um! most divinely fair." JANE ROOK Entered from Our Lady of Good Council, 1957. Girl Reserves, Scholarship Club, Junior M. P. Club. "A girl u'ifh the lillllfk 10 110 t'l'L'l'j'f!Jfl1g well." JEANETT12 ROWNTREE Entered from Reagan, 1954. Program Chairman and President of Dramatic Club, Pro- gram Chairman and President of Girl Reserves, Sponsor of Company Ag Secretary of National Thespian Club, Secretary of Dallas Pan-American Student Forumg Social Chairman of National Honor Society, Scholarship Club, Vice-President of AB Class, Second Prize in State Extemporaneous Speaking, Texas Poetry Club, Student Council, Spanish Club. "In all her sulajvvfs the is a shark, 'Tix a piiy I00's the hlghvit mark." Page Thirty-sen en

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