Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1942

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"JN 3 sv fi: my JAMES IIl'lAGJXN Hl1lRlil'lR'l' STICE "Endurance is the crowning "His very faults smack of the qualityf, raciness of his good qualities." Hi-Y, Student Council, Perfect R.O.T.C., Library Council, Excel- Attendance Award. sior Club. IAQUISE SCHIMELFENIG CARL SCHULTZ JEWELL SWOFFORD "She's my delight, all mankind's "It is the nature of a great mind "Mind cannot follow it, nor words wonder." to be calm and undisturbed." express her infinite sweet- National Honor Society, Co-editor R.O.T.C., Acorn Staff. ness," Acorn. Co-editor of Oak. Book Review, Club, Scholarship ' Club. .IIMMIE REED LESTER ROISINS RODNEY SORENSON THERESA THOMPSON A'His limbs were east in manly "He was close to six feet tall, "And say to all the world. 'This "A smile that glow'd celestial mold, of military bearing." was a man'." rosey red." For hardy sports or contest Football. R.O.T.C. Football, Track, Student Council. R.O.T.C. Sponsor. Acorn bold." Acorn Reporter. Reporter. Football. BARBARA SEE DOTTIE SMOTHERMON WILSON STULTZ "Her very frowns are fairer far "Studies serve for delight, for "True goodness springs from Than smiles of other maidens ornament. and for ability." man's own heart." aref' National Honor Society. Acorn R.O.T.C. Student Assistant. Reporter. DICK RICHARDSON LLOYD RUSSELL CHARLES SOUTH LEE ROY SYMVSON t'His wise, rare smile is sweet "Nothing: is impossible to a will- 'AVVith shining gifts that took all "For the frood are always merry." with certaintiesf' inf: heartfk' eyes." R.O.T.f'. R.O.T.C. R.O.T.C.. Student Council, Foot- Acorn Reporter, ball, HELEN SHELBY JOHN LESLIE SMITH ZANA THOMPSON "Smiling always with a never fad- "He was a scholar. and a ripe "A lorinyz heart is the beginning ing serenity of countenance." and Hood one." of all wisdom." National Honor Society, R.O.T.C., Girl Reserve, Scholarship Club. Debate. RIIUOLPH ROIIBERSON MARGARET SIMPSON MARY STEVISON ROBBIE TRULY "I was a man who had many "Softly speaks and sweetly "Zealous yet modest." K'The lv st things come in small friends." smilesf' Scholarship Club, Student Assist- pac-kagze:s." Scholarship Club, Hi-Y. Scholarship Club. ant, Acorn Reporter. HOIIRIE SHOOK CHARLES THOMPSON "Those about her from her shall "Thy wit can call forth smiles read the perfect ways of even from mourners." honour." Scholarship Club. Scholarship Club, R.O.T.C. Spon- sor, Student Council. Pug? Tlrrrzfg'-H1 rr:

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'Q -- gp f if 5 5 H W .I v i , M it 1 Q' ll A f " Us e 2 47 . V. at 5,1 Q 'Fx J . i gif! Q x ,tr i , Q S sit? . .fr i f .2 xt H . I . - .., . HAROLD IIIIPER FRANK O'ROIlRKE "He mixed reason with pleasure "An honest man is the noblest and wisdom with mirth." work ol' God." Basketball, Track, Hi-V. Student R.O,'l'.C.. Library Council. Council. SIIERRY MII.HOI,I.AND S. W. MARTIN CORA ALYCE PARSONS "Her bright smile haunts me "The word impossible is not in his "As twilight, too, her slnsky hair." Still," dictionary." Acorn Reporter. Le Cercle Francais. Rook Review. R.O.T.C., Student Council. Hi-Y. Girl Reserve. J. R. Mc-CIIINTOCK AUSTIN MAHAN ROY MII.I.l'lR JOHN OSIZORNE "A fresh, a free, :1 friendly man." "He was a gentleman on whom I t'I'Iappiniss is the perfeet virtue "VVitty. courteous. full of spirit." RA0,T,C. built an absolute trust." in a perfert life." l'1-rfer-t Attenilanee Award. Basketball. R.O.T.C. R.O.T.C. .IIGAN MILLER EARLINIC NEWTON ANNA JUANA I'l'lTTlJOHN "--eolnl her dark eyes how "To be an aitist is a LYl'f'Z1tll1lFlH.,, "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, l,l1,qupntj' Scholarship Club, Acorn Staff, and low." National Honor Society, Oak Student Assistant. Pep Squad, Student Assistant Staff. Acorn Reporter. Music' Club. DON MCCIIIIRE VIRGIII MARCO CHARLES MOORE IHGVERLY PATTERSON "Nothing can cover his high fame "He adorned whatever subject he "lint yet he made a thousand "He that is greatest among you but ht-given," either spoke or wrote noon." friends f" shall be your servant." National Honor Society. Forensic R.0.T.C., Scholarship Club. Hi-Y. R.O.'I',C., Studi-nt Council. Student Assistant. League, Hi-Y. Scholarship Club. FRANCICS MITCHELL BILLY MAYS KATHRYN POGUI-I "fto be lov'd needs only to be "He, a scholar, is a solitary, la- "She is pretty to walk with, sc-en.', borious. modest soul." And witty to talk with. National Honor Soeiety. R.O.T.C. And pleasant. too. to think on.', li.O.T.C. Sponsor, Book Review Club, Acorn Reporter. JACK MACKEY .IEANNIC MORICAU JOICNA PARKER BILL I'RIMM "For he's one of Natui'e's gentle- "O wise among womenlu "A rare and radiant mai-len." i'His fame was great in all the men. the best of eva-ry time." National Honor Society. Iios Forensic League. Student Assist- land." Baseball. Amigos. All State Chorus. ant. .lnnior Medical Profes- Football. Ilaskvtball. Trar'k. Stn- sion, dent Council, Excelsior Club, MARRON MOORE MARJORIIC RENIJER "A fair maiden." "The fairest Harden in her looks Student assistant. And in her mind the wisest books." Page Tzzwzly-lieu National Honor Society. lloolc Re- view Club. Aeorn Reporter.

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Pu 7- ,- - fs' ar sa GLEN THOMPSON "An honest man , and a warm heart within." Evcelsior Club, Student K. VVILSON " you'll be a man, my son R.0.T.C. Assistant. QUINEVEIIE VAUGHN VADEN WHITLEY DOLLIE VVORDEN "A tender smile. our sorrows only "Desire of fame and love of "I love my fellow-creaturf--2 I do balm," truth makes a man." all the good I can Senior Play. Pep Squad. Student Assistant. GEORGE TUCKER WILBUR WETZEL A. P. VVILEY GENE WOLF "The man-at-arms is the only "Kniwledge comes but wisdom "And gladly would he learn and "Hail, blooming: youth! man." lingers." Lrlzully teach," May all your virtues with Scholarship. R.O.T.C.. Perfect At- Excelsior Club, Basket Ball, R,0.'l'.C,. "C" Football Coach, years improve." tend:-mee Award. Scholarship Club. Acorn Staff. Excelsior Club. HERTHA VVILLIAMS MARJOIIIE WOOD EULA MAE WRIGHT "The rudl' S93 !Zl'0W civil at hor "Exuberance is beauty." "Beauty is the index of a larger song." Pan American Club, Los Amigos, fast than wisdom." Nafivmll HUHOI' Slmilxly. Music Music Club. Student Council, Music Club, Club. OLIVER WAITS VYILLIAM WHITE JAMES WILEY BILLY ZINN "And certainly he was a good "Truth from his lips pr:-vail'd "He profits most who serves "He knew what is what." fellow." with double swayf, best." Scholarship Club. Football. R.O.T.C.. Acorn Staff. GWENDOLYN WOLFF SADIE MAE YOUNG "Her face betokens all things "Gentle of speech, ba-nr-ficient ol' dear and goodf' mind." National Honor Society, R.O.T.C. National Honor Society. Student Sponsor, National Thespians. Assistant, Acorn Reporter. GRADUATES WHOSE PICTURES ARE NOT INCLUDED: CHARLES BEEDLE B. E. GROSS ANNE CROWE JOHN llRl'l"l'ON SAMUEL HILLIN KATHERINE KNOVVLES RAYMOND EASLEY llE'l"l'Y BLACKWELL EARLINE VERNON gr Tzrwzlyvfour

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