Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1942

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Adamson High School - Oak Yearbook (Dallas, TX) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 81 of 134
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Page 81 text:

Nolionol Honor Society OFFICERS Fall tllltl Spring President . . Marjorie Render, Algar Schoen Vice-President Don McClure, Rosalyn Cruse Secretary . .... Virginia Akers, Doris Rorie Sponsors . Miss Lucy Hamilton, Mrs. Minnie Bramlette, Miss Ruth Bell, Miss Christine Hamniocla Lui-'T 'ro RIGHT: Firil row: Virggie Turner, Herthn NVilliams, Fllen Gillette, Rosalyn Cruse, Dottie Smotherman, ,Ieanne Moreau, La Verne Lowe, Louise Sehimelfenig, Amelia Cristol, Gwen- dolyn Xvolff, Margaret Ruth XVeleh. Frances Barnett, Frances Ann Lewis, Doris Rorie, Doris McKean, Juanita Stanley. SUFIJIIII mu: XY'5lliarn Gregory, Don McClure, Pat Murphy, David Dees, Tom Rav, Felix Froese, Bobby Short, john leslie Smith, Algar Schoen, Richard Zuefeldt, Charles Lewis, Bob Xvasson, Billy Mays, Cecil Lester. Tliirll rout Billie Ann Hunter, Barbara llorton. Imogene Sinyers, Nelsie ,lens'n, Sadie Mae Young, Julia Johnston, Alice -lean Young, Norma ,lean Ballard, lean Miller, Pauline Midkiff, Marjorie lierguson, Clara lim lfoster, .laequelyn Allen, Mariorie Render, ,Iaeque Hatfield. Members are chosen for this club for qualifications of scholarship, leadership, character, and service, the ideals of the Society. Twice each year new members are initiated in a very inspiring ceremony where mem- bers pledge with lighted candles to uphold the high purpose of the organ- ization. It is nationally affiliated. if -' "Y We Dara- 'iv fa in in 1 ' ,sq K, fl 19 sf ,Mai-A B .. W, 'I 1 lf 2 lk MWMMM, ,J R5 3, X wg 4 S Q 1 5: x gf? 3 as-' ' ,st Qi V Hahnv, ,- ,, ,A- Pilgr Srl efllyfxcz FII

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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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Han Amerirau illllajeslg Majesty, dignity, grandeur supreme, In truth your whole country seems more like a dream A dream of deep valleys and high lofty mountains, Of beautiful lakes and crystal clear fountains. Never before was a land so endowed With wonders before which Inca kings humbly bowed. Yours is a storehouse of minerals, jewels unclaimed, There are also dense jungles still to be tamed. There, the orchid is unrivaled queen of the flowers, And reigns o'er the tropics in fairy-like bowers. The unrivaled beauties of nature are there Symbolic of the heritage it's proud to bear. A hidden cave in a mountain high May hold a secret of days gone by, A time when your Indians, strong and brave, Their very lives for their homeland gave. This land of "manana" has a future in store, Secured by those who have gone before, But made more crtain by friendly relations Which now exist between the nations. Not only now but forever more To you our southern friends there's an open door. Your beauty, your grandeur, and treasures rare Will serve to remind us of friendships we bear. SUE HUSTON.

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