Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1941

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Kirby, Dorothy Knearem, Estella Lanza, Conjetti Layton, Dorothy Ann Lemly, Carolyn Lockard, Ioyce Love, I o Ann Malone, Cornelia McCluskey, Virginia McGee, Betty Io Means, Dorinda Miller, Doris leanne Mullen, Gayle Ivy, Winitred Iarrard, Dorothy Iennings, Daryle Iohnson, Margaret Iones, Ioanna Iones, Patsy Ruth Kimberlin, Mary Ellen Kirby, Elizabeth Lewis, Florence Lewis, Frances Ann Lewis, Viola Lowe, Ianie Lowe, LaVerne Lumpkin, Dorothy Martin, Helen Martin, Ruth Meredith, lean Miller, lean JUNIOR GIRL RESERVES Continued from Page 78 Pannell, Anita ' Pitts, Helen Louise Porter, Nell Ruth Randall, Nancy Rhodes, Ruth Schaerdel, Dorrace Sears, Billie lean Sessions, Margie Shelby, lane Shipley, Nina Maria Simpson, Margaret Stovall, Billa Stroud, Billie SENIOR GIRL RESERVES Continued from Page 78 Moore, Roxie Ann McPeek, Norma McSpadden, Wanda Nichols, Norma Owen, Virginia Pearson, Marinell Peterson, Ioan Plumlee, Dorothy Polk, Dorothy Pogue, Kathryn Rhodes, Rosemary Richardson, Bettie Richardson, Omega Rogers, Shirley lean Rountree, Mary Ruth Schietter, Gussie Io Schimelfenig, Louise Scudder, Bonnie Shook, Bobbie Thompson, Ianice Tomlinson, Billie lean Troutt, Evelyn Underwood, Patti Walther, Mary Weatherford, Doris Weatherby, Carolyn Williams, Mary Lucille Wyatt, Doris Yates, Betty York, Christine Young, Annie D. Silvus, Ellen Sinclair, Amy Smith, Dorothy Smith, Francis Smith, LaVerelle Southern, Mary Spangler, Helen Stinson, Iean Stone, Billie Charles Taylor, Betty Tennison, Marjorie Thompson, Theresa Vaughn, Mary Alice Wade, Pegeen Welch, Margaret Ruth Wilson, Mary Frances Young, Alice Iean Young, Iudy

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V i Duncan, Richard Fagan, C. A. Law, Barbara l.emly, Carolyn Litllepage, Sylvia Lowry, Jimmie L. MacLachlean, Jeanne Malone, Cornelia Mason, Frances Mason, Mary K. Malney, Treva Jo Moore, Jane Mullen, Gayle Murphy, Harriett Napier, Virginia Randall, Nancy Ralekin, Nellie Jo Reese, Virginia Richardson, Priscilla Roy, Mary Frances Sawyer, Joan Session, Margie Shamburger, Virginia Shelby, Jane Stock, Laverne Taylor, Mildred Tomlinson, Billie J. Troull, Evelyn Underwood, Patti Vaden, Edna Earle Walker, Inez Wellwig, Doris Whiles, La Rue While, Dorrace Wilder, Jackie Wyatt, Doris Boalman, Ruth Cason, Lauretla Durham, Paula Fain, June Fortune, Jarvis Hunter, Billie Ann Johnson, Jeanette Johnston, Julia SCHOLARSHIP cLUb Continued from Page 80 Melvin, Mary Helen Pledge, Palsy Smyers, Imogene Thompson, Janice Waddle, Ava Jane Williams, Hesther Agan, Jeanne Alexander, La Vonne Allen, Jacquelyn Baker, Verna Ballard, Norma J. Barnett, Frances Brown, June Carrell, Mary L. Chambers, Ann Childers, Beatice Coats, May D. Collum, Effie Cruse, Rosalyn Durand, Jeanelte Ellis, Johnnie V Eubanks, Dorothy Ewing, Dorothy Foster, Clara Eva Gillelle, Ellen Gleason, Lillian Hood, Norma Jean Horton, Barbara Jones, Palsy Ruth Lealherwood, Mary McKeen, Doris Smith, LaVereIle Stanley, Juanita Turner, Virgie Welch, Margaret Wilson, Mary Gene Young, Alice Jean Akers, Virginia Beheler, Virginia Crislol,Amelia D Ferguson, Mariorie Lewis, Frances Lowe, Janie Lowe, Laverne Moneyhun, Velma Midkiff, Pauline Miller, Jean Mitchell, Frances Moreau, Jeanne Render, Mariorie Schimelfenig, Louise See, Barbara Smolherman, Dollie Thompson, Theresa Williarns, Herlha Wolff, Gwendolyn Wrighl, Eula Mae Young, Sadie Mae Anderson, Mary Arranl, Fae Baltzegar, Marian Blaine, Jo Anne Boalman, Edna Brown, Belly Collier, Hazel Congleton, Elise Cook, Doris Cooker, Dorothy Cooper, Maxine Dix, Maxine Duncan, Reona Eastham, Mary Ellison, Viva Emmons, Betty Etheridge, Harveio Fowler, Frances Green, Carol Ann Grissalfi, Evelyn Hare, Helen Harralson, Marie Hill, Tannye Hodgens, Mary L. Jennings, Daryl Jones, Joanna King, Doris Kirby, Elizabeth Lewis, Viola Lowe, Dorothy McFarland, Martha Gentry, Calvin STUDENT COUNCIL Continued from Page 86 Harris, Edwin Harris, lack Heiskell, Iimmie Hill, Charles Hodgens, Mary Louise Hunter, Billy Ann larnieson, La Verne lohnson, Margaret lones, Margie ludge, Ernestine Karr, Bill King, Doris Lassetter, Prank Lewis, Lawrence Lippincott, Don Lowe, La Verne Luper, Harold McClure, Don Maidow, Ioe Marshall, Cordelia Mitchell, O. H. Moore, Roxie Ann Napier, Thelma Newton, Earline Odom, Ralph O'Rourke, Iohn Osborn, Doris 4 Park, lack Pearson, Marinell Pogue, Kathryn Pond, Douglas Porter, Nell Ruth Poulsen, Patricia Quinn, Ioe Reagan, lames Roberts, Raymond McKeen, Doris Sanford, Mary Kathryn Saunders, Louise Odom, Ralph O'Rourke, John Roberts, Raymond Robinson, John Sellers, Tommy Warner, Frank Wessels, Dean Boluch, John Cox, Kenneth Craven, Winfield Croft, Torbell Gillette, Fred Hodges, Murrell Jenson, Holdean Vaughan, James W ati, Jimmie Allen, Betty J. Anderson, Belly Anderson, Belly Hopkins, Peggy Horn, Floy Huston, Sue Johnson, Belly Kerbow, Norila Kirby, Dorothy Anderson, Bobby Aubrey, Mary Jane Ball, Dorothy Bennett, Betty Bullard, Juanell Cameron, Joyce Campbell, Jois Carrell, Bernie Cecil, Mary Lynn Celaya, Norma L. Chambers, Betty Collier, Edith Craig, Marianne Crossland, Lorene Davis, Carolyn Delaney, Peggy Ferguson, Mildred Harralson, Eva Hogan, Patsy Sawyer, Wyatt Schimeltenig, Louise Shelby, lane Shields, Mary Smith, Bertram Smith, Iohn Spangler, Grady Suttle, Martha Taylor, Bobette Tennison, Margie Thompson, Theresa Turner, Mary Alice Vaughan, lames Wessels, Dean Whitaker, Pat Winters, Edwin Wood, Marjorie Yarborough, Alfred Zueieldt, Richard



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Jokes "Now, sir," inquired the bullying law- yer," "what is your business ?" "I'm in vaudeville, sir," was the prompt reply. "Isn't that rather a low calling?" sneered the lawyer. "Perhaps it is, sir," was the cool an- swer, "but you see it is so much more honest and decent and respectable than my father's that I am rather proud of it." "What did your father do?" "He was a lawyer, sir." She was a dear old lady who never let an opportunity pass to get some free med- ical advice, or to ask the doctor some questions which had nothing to do with the case in hand. On this occasion the doctor had called to treat her husband for some minor ailment. "Doctor," she said, "can you tell me why some people are born dumb?" "Why-ahem-certainly," replied the medical man. "It is due either to con- genital inhibition of the faculty of articu- lation, or to some anatomical deficiency in the organs of vocalizationf' "There, now," she remarked trium- phantly, glancing at her husband, "see what it is to have an education? I've asked Henry more than 100 times why it was and all he could say was, "Cause they are.' " The height of illegibility-a doctor's prescription written with a post office pen in the rumble seat of a second-hand car. Teacher: "Jane, who was Anne Bo- leyn?" jane: "A llatiron, sir." Teacher: "What do you mean?" jane: "Well, our history book says that 'Henry having disposed of Catherine, pressed his suit with Anne Boleynf " N "Heah, Rastus, is that quarter I bor- rowed from you two years ago." "Y'all might just as well keep yo' money. It ain't wuth two bits for me to change mah opinion 0' you." C "Next to a beautiful girl, what do you think is the most interesting thing in the world ?" "When I'm next to a beautiful girl, I'm not worrying about statistics." "B-e-d spells bed," said the teacher to her backward pupil. "Now do you under- stand, Tommy?" "Yes," said Tommy glibly. "Well, c-a-t spells cat, d-o-g spells dog, and b-e-d spells-what did I tell you b-e-d spells?" "I've forgotten, teacher," whispered Tommy, contritely. "Well, once more b-e-d spells what you sleep in. Now what is it?"' "My shirt!" Q Given: I love you. To prove: That you love me. Proof: 1. I love you. 2. Therefore, I am a lover. 3. All the world loves a lover. 4. You are all the world to me. 5. Therefore, you love me. Teacher: "What is the half of eight, Frank?" Frank: "Which way, teacher?" Teacher: "What do you mean?" Frank: "On top or sidewise?" Teacher: "What difference does it make?" Frank: "Well, the top half of eight is zero, but the half of eight sideways is three."

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