Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1942

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233:26 3 at eil. Excelsior Club OFFICERS Fall and Spring President . .... Herbert Stice, Edward Kelly Vice-President . . Ottie Lee Sams, Joe Otis Secretary . Wilbur Wetzel, Norman Spray Sponsor . . Miss Laura Alexander LEFT TO RIGHT: First row: NWayne Freeland, Bill Barnes, Robert F. Lee, Harold Payne, Charles Posey, George Garriott, Herbert Stiee, W'ilbur XVetzel, Lloyd Russell, Robert Stevenson, Joe Still, Paul Jones, Lee Britt, David Walls. Seroml row: Gene Wolf, Moon jim Yee, Fred Flder, O. H. Mitchell, Earl Collins, Benny Cook, Edward Kelly, Robert Hughes, Bill Leird, Roy Richburg, Miss Aleander, joe Otis. Tbira' row: Jack Jordan, Forrest Qualls, Bradley Hogue, Bill Pothoff, Cecil Wiiitl- sor, Tom Coleman, james Reagan, Harold Luper, Norman Spray, Bob O'Hara, Jimmie Mclssengill. The Excelsior Club was established to train its members in the obli- gations of citizenship. It has gained distinction by its Ubarbershop harmony" and by its promotion of various campaigns. Each Sunday afternoon a Dallas civic leader speaks to the boys on matters of publie interest to Dallas citizens. fo Page Sui 'wziy-ffl

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Page Sri rnlj -four ICQ-Swing Club OFFICERS President . Patsy Pledge Vice-President Dorothy Kaiser Secretary . Alice Jean Young Treasurer . . . June Brown Sponsor Mrs, Geraldine Holloway LEFT TO RIGHT: Aliei- Jean Young, Virginia Palmer, Alyce Rutli Harris, Patsy Kelly, June Brown, Anne llanwen, Berry Irwin, Louise Cannon, Mamie livelyn Conley, Betty lou llix, Margaret Mayer, Join the lee Skaters if you want to bave a barrel of fun! Organized this spring by Mrs. Holloway, the Club is open to all students interested in elementary figure slsating. To date, only minor calamities have oc- curred, principally brief "sit-clowns". Healtliful invigorating evcereise and eomraelesliip are the sole objectives of tlie regular NVeclnesLlay meetings.



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1' SVI Mlfj'-.ijx' Stuolonl Council OFFICERS Fall and Spring President . . .... Billy Primm, Cranston Dodd Vice-President . . Earl Collins, Barbara Horton Secretary . . . . Bobby Shook, Nell Ruth Porter LEFT TO RIGHT: Fira! row: Bradley Hogue, Eddie liubank, Joe Adams, Williain Gregory, Charles Gaines, lired Schultz, Taylor Ford, S. VV. Martin, Allan Boedeker, George Tucker, Oliver XVilliams, A. johnson. Sefoml mir: Miss Agnew, Patti Underwood, Nell Ruth Porter, Carolyn Davis, Betty ,lane Teipel, Kenneth Lowe, Robert Baker, Rudolph Robberson, Russell Mullan, Joena Parker, Helen Martin, Louise Schimelfenig, Amelia Cristol, Frances Barnett, Miss Alston. Tlririf I'0lL'I Rodney Sorenson, Bill Primm, Charles Thompson, Nick Lanza, Law- rence Lewis, Cranston Dodd, Charles Moore, Richard Zuefeldt, Verlan Lewis, Weldoxi Coats, Thomas Little, Turner lfpps, Claude Goodman, Bill Thomas. Folfrflz row: lLli7abeth Jones, Cortaza Boyd, Barbara Horton, Gayle Mullen, Lillian Gleason, june Fain, Mamie Turner, Louise Duncan, liula Mae XVright, Virginia Akers, Marjorie Render, Doris Mclieen, Bobbie Shook, Virgie Turner, Patsy Rae Crook, Eight class presidents and a representative from each Counseling group compose the membership of this organization, which has for its objectives the formation of a more perfect school Democracy, the de- velopment of school spirit, and the realization of the obligations of citizen- ship. The immediate goal of the Student Council is to provide a scholar- ship for worthy students. Toward this, the members sponsor various fund-raising activities.

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