Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1939

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Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 97 of 152
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Page 97 text:

January Senior Play MAIN CHARACTERS Anne Watkins by Evelyn Maas Ted Lewis by Armend Keane Mamie Rose by Elizabeth Hamilton Aleck Smart by lim Geason THE GHOST PARADE STORY Anne Watkins inherits a hotel, full of ghosts instead oi guests. Anne and her friend, Mamie Rose, stay in spite ot the rumors ot ghosts, and soon two actors join them. The ghosts continue to walk, and it soon develops that lonas and Matilda, who pose as an elderly deaf couple, are on the trail oi the villain Eliggenbottom. Higgenbottom is posing as a convalescent but is trying to find the hidden treasure. However, he is caught by Matilda and Ionas, detectives, and taken away. The treasure is restored to Anne, and she and Ted plan to get married and then stay on to run the hotel. OTHER CHARACTERS Absalom Hawkes . ...... . . . Dan Luper The Sheriff . . . Richard Dillahunty Hiram .... . Frank Underwood Rastus .... . Harold Smith Aba Higgenbottom . . Robert Parker lonas .... . . Hugh Hall Matilda . . . . Muriel Erickson Abigil lones . . Rugh Carmical Billy Lamont . . Clair Fincher Claudia . . . Ruby Murray Flo . . . Marie Bradberry The Pest . . lean Gleason Page Ninety-tbrcc

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, Mixed Chorus Page N inely-two The object of this chorus is to sing intelligently all types of music and to blend voices. Adams, Mary Iune Allison, Ruby Anderson, Shirley Arnett, G. C. Austin, Annetta Avrea, Ouida Baggett, Kathrine Baker, james Baker, Robert Baker, Verna Banker, Dorris Barnes, Evelyn Barrett, Betty june Beasley, Evelyn Beasley, Frances Bemelmans, Norman Berry, jean Berry, Mimi Blair, Mary Francis Blalock, Nelonise Bowles, Tommy Cameron, Ioyce Carpenter, lean Carlisle, Mary Cason, Gwendolyne Cason, Laurette Cavett, Oliver Chamberlain, Marjorie Childress, Beatrice Chittum, Tulita Clawson, Bob Climer, Dorothy Coleman, Christine Coleman, Frances Collum, Effie MEMBERS OF THE CHORUS Cook, Embelyn Cook, Florence Cowan, Norma Cox, Kathleen Cristol, Amelia Dailey, Howard Dickinson, Dorothy Dilleshaw, Margaret Duncan, Reona Dunn, Irene Ely, Marion Eubank, Dorthy Evans, Elizabeth Ewton, Mary Fain, M. N. Ferguson, Marjorie Fleeman, Margaret Folse, Peggy Lee Foster, Betty june Gaither, Iimmie Gassett, Rex Gleason, Lillian Godwin, Alice Gray, Doyle Griffith, june Groce, Huel Guest, Gordon Hair, Ora Lee Hamilton, Marjorie Harding, Dorothy Harris, Betty Harris, Bobby Hays, Martha Iane Harbor, Mary E. Hemphill, Ieanne Hitt, Doris Hodgens, Mary Louise Hollander, Evelyn Hollander, Marion Huff, Virginia Iefcoat, Nadine Iolley, Thelma Kock, Phil Kimery, josephine Klempliu, Essalita Law, james Long, Iarnes Edward Lee, Mary Evelyn Leslie, Berta Lewis, Viola Lowe, LaVerne Lowe, lanie McGee, David McHerten, Frank McCleanham, Mary Martin, Helen Merchant, Marmarita Michael, Delia Miller, Mozelle Moreau, Ieanne McPeek, Norma Nichols, Doris North, Iuanita Osborn, Ruth Park, james Patterson, Robert Phillips, Buford Price, john Parr, Charles Parker, Ioena Paden, Helen Perry, Mable Grace Pittman, Mary K. Powers, Margaret Prather, Mary A. Rainwater, Louise Richardson, Omega Robinson, Margaret Rice, Grace Rice, Mary Loys Rooker, Milder Sibley, Pat Simmons, Billy H. Stubbs, Virgil Smotherman, Dottie Savis, Ioy Scuffield, Berta Silous, Ellen Turner, Richard Tanner, Billie Marie Taylor, Betty Walker, Leona Watson, Mary Bell Wood, Marjorie Wright, Eula Mary Walker, Ruth Alice Walker, Ruth G. Wall, LaVerne Vtfardrip, Ruth Whitley, Martha Lee Widler, Peggy 'Williarns, Herta Wilson, Mary F. York, Betty Lynn W Mary Frances Wilson j OFFICERS President Vice-President Doris Nichols Secretary Ioena Parker Sponsor Miss May Haseltme



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J unc: Senior Play g Nim'!y-four MAIN CHARACTERS Clark Richards by Oliver Cavett Dorothy Faber by Ioellen Scruggs THE HOUSE OF THE FLASHING LIGHT STORY The House of the Flashing Light told the story of a ruby known as the "Devil's Eye", which was stolen from the image oi Naga, in western China. Several persons try to gain posession of the Iewel at the House of the Flashing Light in California. lt develops that Lavina solves the mystery. lesse Corcoran is mysteriously killed, and after all threads are straightened out Clark and Dot become engaged. Levinia . . Louise Bashiord Iessie Corcoran Sally Faber . Mr. Li . . Pedro . . Doyle Kevlin Eva Harper . Phyllis . OTHER CHARACTERS . Marcella Rogers . Virginia Taylor Douglas Kimberlain . . Dorris Banker . Robert Shelton . Robert Iones . Paul Davidson . Doris Willhite . Florence Cox

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