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HDAMSUN HIGH SCHIIUI.
lt is difficult to set a date for the beginning of Adamson High
School. Perhaps her most exciting history began in 1901 when
the city of Oak Cliff merged its fortunes and educational
system with the City of Dallas. Mr. W. H. Adamson, then super-
intendent of the Oak Cliff Public Schools, became principal of
Oak Cliff High School, a tree-shaded, dignified old red brick
edifice on Tenth Street at Crawford. Rapid growth followed,
and in 1915 -with considerable pride-the students and
faculty began the fall term in a new building at the present
location. By 1920, enlargement was necessary. Our lunch
room, auditorium, and extensions on the north wings were
constructed. gg Q
ln 1935, after thirty-six years of service, the greatly loved
William Hardin Adamson died, and was succeeded by his
friend and former coach, Mr. H. A. Allen. A short time later,
in honor of Mr. Adamson, Oak Cliff High School became W. H.
Adamson High School.
The growing pains suffered for many years recurred in
1939. New wings were added on the east and west, and the
facade was rebuilt.
In 1944, Adamson's reputation is wide. Her ex-students
and ex-faculty members are rendering service all over the
world. Her beloved halls are paced by restless, eager feet.
Surely she will continue for long years as a gleaming symbol
of those characteristics bequeathed to her by the man whose
name she bears-friendship, loyalty, honest, endeavour.
These pictures were made by Sergeant Marvin G. Deg
0 e nl e C1 es Clrlnes.
f th U td St t M A 1942 graduate of Ada
Sergeant Degenhart is naw serv 5 as an aerial photog
somewhere in the Pacific theatre of wa
Not only the lessons learned
from textbooks, but the
friendships and activities of
our high school days will live
in our memory forever.
To make these memories
more vivid and to help us
maintain our youthful demo-
cratic ideals, we, the Senior
Class, present this, the 1944
"Histories are as perfect as the Historian is wise and is gifted
with an eye and a soul."
ln appreciation of her wise counsel, her rare gift of im-
parting knowledge, her comprehension of our country and
its relation to the world, the Senior Class lovingly oledicates
this, the thirty-seconol volume of the Oak, to "the noblest
Roman of them all,"
MISS ALBERTA COOPER
"They gave their merry youth away
For country and for God"
G. W. Chandler
Thomas J. Cole
Clifford L. Fritz
Jack L. Griffin
Foster Lee Lemly
Thomas Dick Neal
Jerrell Hardy Page
Andrew J. Parks
Jay E. Pietzsch 4
R. A. Pitts
Ernest A. Redwine Jr
John F. Sprague
R. W. Vantrees
Tom M. Wylie
William H. Young
The students of Adamson stand reverently before this noble
example of faithfulness to duty. Our grief at their sacrifice is
exceeded only by our pride in their achievement.
To their families and friends, we offer this consolmg
"To live in hearts we leave behind,
ls not to die."
To the hundreds of our ex-students still in the service of our
country we pledge everlasting gratitude. We shall strive in
every deed to attain the high standards of devotion and
courage which they have set before us, hoping that their
example will truly lead us into a world of peace and security.
To them and their loved ones we offer these words of en-
"The Old Commandments stand:
'ln patience keep your heart,
In strength lift up your hand.'
No easy hope or lies
Shall bring us to our goal,
But iron sacrifice
Of body, will, and soul."
IJHHEH UF BUUHS
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A man of high ideals-a principal who be-
lieves in friendly cooperation-a leader who is
assisting us to step into tomorrow, not only as
citizens of our country but as citizens ot our world.
To him-our gratitude.
IJ H HISTUHY TEACHERS
Through them we see governments and peoples
of the United Nations, vvorking together to achieve
a civilization to be dominated by cooperation. As
they teach us, we understand and evaluate the
past and present, thus preparing for a future
world of freedom, equality, and peace.
RIGHT TO LEFT
Miss Langford, Miss Newberry, Miss Helms, Miss Cooper, Mr. Henslee, Miss Crane,
Miss Higginbotham, Miss Bell, and Miss Harris.
BUAHD LIP EDUIIATILIN
DALLAS PUBLIC SCHDCLS
DR. DAVID W. CARTER, President
MRS. W. P. ZUMWALT, Vice-President
GABE P. ALLEN
F. D. DANFORD
R. L. THOMAS
DAN D. ROGERS
MRS. T. A. WAGGONER
JULIUS DORSEY L. v. sTocKARD ' W- Tu- WHITE.
Superinfendent Assisfanf Superintendent Aff'SfOn'5UPef"1fe"de"' "" charge
of High Schools
MISS HELEN ADUDDELL MISS FLOY AGNEW MISS JEANETTE ALSTON MR. W. M. ANDERSON
English, French English Commercial Study Hall
MR. S. N. BAKER MR. C. V. BALLARD MRS. OLIVETTE BASOM MISS ANNA BELL
Shorthand Malhemaiics Study Hall History
MR. GEO. F. BROWN MR. T. W. BROWN MISS IDABEL CABANISS MR. L. E. CAMPBELL
Science Commercial Home Economics Mechanical Drawing
MRS. MARY CARTER MR. W. B. CLEMENT MISS MARY LOUISE CLYETTE MISS MARY COLLINS
Dean Assistant Commandanf English Mathematics
Members whose piclures are not Included:
MISS LAURA ALEXANDER MISS RUTH BELL MRS. MINNIE BRAMLETTE MISS MILDRED CARTER
Librarian English Malhemafics Mafhematics
MISS BERTA COOPER MRS. RAE PETERS CULLUM MR. VERDE DICKEY MISS HENRIETTA EISENLOHR
Hisfory Physical Educaiion Maihemaiics
MISS HARRIETT GIBSON MISS FANNIE GRAVES ME. H. S. GRIFFIN
Dean Assisfanf Dean Commercial
MRS. GENEVA HAGERTY
MR. W. T. HAMILTON MISS CHRISTINE HAMMOCK MISS MARGARET HARRIS MR. H. B. HESTER
Physics Maihemafics, Laiin Hisiory
MISS LORINE HIGGINBOTHAM MRS. GERALDINE HOLLOWAY MRS. HELEN HORN MRS. MARY KENDRICK
History Secretary English Siudy Hall
Me-mbers whose pictures are not included:
MISS ABIGAIL CRANE MISS MYRTLE FOSTER MISS RIPPLE FRAZER MISS MAE HAZELTINE
History English Home Economics Social Siudies
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MISS ROBERTA KING MISS WINNIE LANGFORD MISS NELLY BLY LANKFORD MR. L. C. LEFTWICH
Spanish History English Malhematics
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MISS HAZEL M. MILLER MISS GLADYS NEEL MISS EUGENIA NEWBERRY MR. W. E. NOAH
Commercial Disfributive Education I Spanish Mathematics
MISS ANNE PATRICK MR. C. H. REDWAY MISS MABEL ROCKETT MISS VIRGINIA ROOTES
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MR. W. E. SHERMAN MISS RUTH RUFFIN MISS MEREDITH SCHROEDER MR. R. N. SMITH MISS NINA TYNES
Debate English Art Mathematics Dietician
Members whose pictures are not included:
MISS WILHELMINA HEDDE MISS DAPHNE 'HELMS MR. W. W. HENSLEE MISS EUNICE TILLEY MR. VIRGIL WATKINS
Public Speaking History History Chemisfry Music
ANU!-lIlY III. S5
This class, though small in number, has contributed largely to school altairs. lntensely influenced
by the war, this group worked a little more seriously and played a little bit harder. Members of the
armed forces received their diplomas with their fellow classmates. They ranked high in scholarship,
military, and social activities.
John Young . . . . President
lvy Fain . Program Chairman
Alleen Sullivan . . Secretary
Orene Whitcomb . . Social Chairman
Scott Keahey Vice President
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Hurrah! We have reached another milestone! Senior Day, Senior Week, Graduation. We have
had fun and now we have the honor we've worked four years to obtain. Our class has always been
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Hannah Jo Parris . . Secretart'
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James Campbell . . Social Chairman
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ship. We boast of having many important school leaders. We have played a great deal but
X we have worked steadily to reach our goal., As next'year's graduates, we hope to contribute
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Joe Adams . . . . Spring Vice President
Bob Lovell . . Fall President
Betty Short W . Spring President
Peggy Lowance . Fall Secretary
Lawrence Jones . Fall Vice President
Margaret Kimberlin Spring Secretary
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Forrest Kavanaugh, Kenneth Surley, J. W. Thames, Edward Armstrong, Walter McCallum, Travis Pearson, George Haney, Kenneth Ratliti, Jack Davis, Bobby
Second Row: Billie Margaret Curry, Helen Bellew, Joseale Hulse, Joy Tabor, Billie Spencer, Doris Skillern, Carmen Wannamacker, Mary Ruth Drake, Frances Layton,
Joyce Milsap, Estello Knearem, Mary Louise Grice, Juanita Biggs, Jack Basden, Lindell James.
Third Row: Margaret Maples, Kathryn Dodd, Mary Frances Dennie, La Verne Darnell, Jacqueline Dillon, Patsy McCants, Billy Rankin, Billy Joe Tate, Asa Holleman, Jack
' Taylor, Bob O'Hara, Fred Schulz, Billy Durrett.
Fourth Row: Joe O'Connell, James Stone, Caivin Ellis, James Buchanan, Gerald Bryant, Doug Garrison, Bill Simpson, John Jennings, Earl Richardson, Don Minnick, James
L Hale, Allen Hart.
LEFT TO RIGHT .
First Row: Jock Watt, Preston Vann, David Schepps, Jackie Hitt, Jimmie Lester, James Massengill, Don Smith, Richard Norwood, Rudolph Fields, Charles Morris, Dean
Quinn, Johnny Jones.
Second Raw: Leslie Smith, Josie Folkes, Georgia Ingram, Oma Lee Epps, Peggy Lowance, Mary Walther, Ruby Eastham, Doris Nichol, Frances Webb, Betty Tyler, Martha
Coleman, Sharlot Hicks, Billie Garrett, John Maples, Joe Adams.
Third Row: Robert Hall, Marjorie Belvin, Bettye Hamm, Jeanet Carter, Marie Galloway, Wilma Johnson, Betty Short, Elaine Seay, Marvel Lois Newland, Barbara Purnell,
Margaret Kimberlin, Harold White, Carl Scribner, Bob Lovell, Alex Pearce. ,
Fourth Row: Eugene Monroe, Leon Alexander, Charles Brice, Thomas Moroney, Lawrence Jones, Bill Gribble, Lawrence Spray, John Crouch, Gerald Capps, Billy Dodson,
Ernest Childress, Homer Lawson.
Members of this class have been found in every home-front endeavor. We have taken
an active interest in school life. Many of us have distinguished ourselves by making high
scholastic records. We have combined fun and serious purpose. With enthusiasm, we
approach our Senior year.
Preston Day .
Ruth Rimmer .
Spring Vice President
. Fall President
. Fall Secretary
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: J. R. Tucker, Maurice Wallace, Bobby Ramsey, Hubert Burleson, L. C. Janes, Pat Malone, Hershel Hightower, Ralph Costan, Alfred Perkins, Thomas Murphy,
Second Row: Roy Flowers, Kathryn Slade, Pauline Trautt, Jean Harbuck, Louise Cannon, Betty McAdams, lneta Bolding, Carolyn Lowrey, Rose Marie Beckenholdt, Thelma
King, Jeanette Taylor, Dorothy Jean Berlin, Normagene Brooks, Dorothy Hawkins, Louise Clark, Wanda Jean Stanley, Shirley Sanders.
Third Row: Raymond Gonzales, Mary Virginia Cox, Mary Early, Sondra Oster, Frances Allen, Gloria Russell, Helen Dunn, Mariorie Dansby, Jean Shuford, Frances Merwin,
Betty Joyce Burks, Patsy Carter, Joy Lee Jones, Barbara Daniels, Frances Dendy, Mary Samford, Johnnie Van Kirk, W. A. Couch.
Fourth Raw: David Landrum, Charles Rogers, Edward Fong, Bobby Westmoreland, Bob Farrar, Bill Rowe, Kit Parsons, J. W. Miller, Richard Long, Roy Mason, Rhea Nichols,
Bob Minick, Charles Knight, Lee Belser, Hubert Penn.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First RoJw:kRaInhdTacker, Forest Davis, Jimmie Patterson, Leon Turner, Carol Hunter, Billy Claunch, Kenneth Cason, Ray Reynolds, Morris Ragsdale, Aubrey Pate, Fred Schultz,
ac ne e ge.
Second Row: Edna Lloyd, Rosalie Lowe, Dorothy Roberson, Doris Webb, Eva Loftis, Shirley Clevenger, Wanda Richardson, Peggy Strawn, Nadine Hix, Evelyn Macldux, Mary
Carbone, Martha Carbone, Norma Guynes, Normadene Ford, Mary Beth Carrico, Martha Clift, De Lois Loomis.
Third Row: Travis Armstrong, Billy Thompson, Shirley Lippe, Bettie Clara Yates, Janie Teipel, Norma Mason, Gloria Ann Adams, Mary Ann Britt, Ruth Rimmer, Eloise Tanner,
Betty Lou Berry, Olivia Irvin, Betty Sue Steen, Julia Aycock, Wanda Shaw, Frances Emmins, Mary Etta Sheppard, Jo Nell Wilson, Reveris Armstrong.
Fourth Row: Clinton Montgomery, Frank Taylor, Donald Hooten, Donald Homerstad, Claude Berry, Clyde Case, Bob Robnett, Lindy Chandler, Frank Tucker, Bobby Dan Taylor,
Fred Stringer, George La Trelle, Billy Dee Jolly, Bob Young.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Rolfe Beaudry, Billy Mack Windle, James Cadenhead, Bobby Hill, Bill Morris, Charles Gott, H. C. Kidd, Riley Epps, Bob McGlasson, Kenneth Latimer, James
Hamilton, Bill Miller.
Second Row: Thad Goodwyn, Elizabeth Harwell, Ola Marie Hendrix, Hazel Bivens, Peggy Morris, Delores Anderson, Joann Holzman, Jane Sanford, Velma Hanks, Clara Belle
English, Rosa Lee Taylor, Ruby Culver, Carolyn Evans, Marilyn Reed, Betty Joyce McGuiness, Mary Katherine Eaton, Mary Hellen Haws.
Third Row: Wilburn Overstreet, Ardinell Monckton, Alys McLoughlin, Barbara Johnson, Doris Nelson, Bobbie Jean Craig, Juanita Arney, Paula Steevnson, Maxine Caraway,
Joanne Stefancky, Clara Loveless, Shirley Wolff, Dolores Clark, Mildred Poston, Wanda Davis, Evelyn Bennett, Doris Mathews, Eddie Blount.
Fourth Row: J. B. Kerbow, Raymond Jones, Worley Jones, J. G. Beasley, Milton Bates, Gerald Powell, Louis Moore, David Bundrick, Ralph Thurman, Tom McMullen, Keith
Davis, Preston Day, Joe Pike, Bernhard Schramm.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Joyce Miller, Patsy Atkinson, Elizabeth Little, Jackie Funderburk, Virginia Karger, Marceline McNult, Mildred Williams, Rebecca Cayce, Joyce Thrailkill, Irene
Douglas, Wanda Robertson, Ruth McCaffrey, Jean Long, Peggy Thomas, Ada Jo Adams.
Second Row: Julia Stamps, Bobbie Herring, Corinne Marten, Betty Harris, Aleta Faye Caskey, Eloise Corbett, lmo Jeane Spain, Patsy Edmondson, Billye Sherman, Virginia
Hudson, Frances Balch, Jean Nater, Terry Ann Baker, Barbara Allen, Kathryn Boyls, Bobbie Leatherwood, Eleanor Hutson.
Third Row: Jerry Moore, Harold Whitfield, Billy Vanlandingham, Leslie McDonald, James Hostler, Joe M. Taylor, Edward Elrod, Harold Klassen, Elmer Elkins, Charles Locklear,
Gerald Sutton, Billy Brister, Raymond L. Grace.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Margaret Mayers, Joan Wilson, Elizabeth Welch, Mary Crutcher, Dorothy Sharp, Eloise Jennings, Jean Watson, Dorothy Olson, Colleen Wilkerson, Eugenia Allen.
Pauline Haney, Jean Daugherty, Zelda Fitzgerald. '
Second Row: Bill Browning, Jack Rosser, Bill McCaskill, John Ingram, John Stondley, Jack Hart, James Sawey, Robert Keesee, Mickey Watson, Billy Layfield.
l hear the rain, the lovely falling rain,
As gently from the sky it hastens down,
lt fills the air with splashy liquid bound
And softly taps upon the window pane,
There is no highway, road, or sleeping path,
No flower or bush, or waving willow tall,
No bird that loves to take a soothing bath,
But is refreshed-to all new life doth call.
O, is there benediction in this guise?
Why vanish now our wintry frown and tear?
The silvery rain descending from the skies
Could not alone dispel our every fear
And give us hope beyond our hours of pain-
'Tis clear enough: God speaks to us in rain.
J' JANUARY 1946
Our class passed through that "in-between" stage this year. We were neither on the top
or the bottom. An awkward age? Perhaps, but we managed nicely, thank you, and next year
when we take up our duties as 3-A's iust watch us go places!
Marialyce Knisley . . . Spring Vice President
Margaret Thompson . . . Fall Secretary
Jane McKnight . . . Fall Vice Presiclenl
Joan Dorsey . . Spring Secretary, Fall President
James Fogleman . . . Spring President
LEFT TO RIGHT '
First Row: Harold Henley, Cecil Neet, Boyd Coleman, Malcolm Ogden, Donald Smith, Billy Paul Page, Wayne Adams, Bobby Harrison, Kyle Lievsay, Roy Rumsey, Rob Rumsey,
Harold Bethel, Paul Nichols, Bill Broughton, Claude Reed.
Second Row: Marybeth Hatcher, Eddie Slaten, Charles Rippy, Bobby Kelron, Rudy Haas, James Foglemon, Leonard Ingram, Warren Townsend, Henry Stafford, Bob Tyrreli,
Tommy Wilson, Martha McMahon, Belly Cearley.
Third Row: Geraldine Whitley, Joan Dorsey, Joan Matthews, Jeanne La Near, Betty Althausen, Belly Jo Gammon, Lou Ann Dixon, Mary Francis Neal, Christine Kelly, Mary
Nell Ueckert, Frances Reynolds, Wanda Hardie, Lo Verne Hughey, Lois Blackwell, Belly Atwood, Mildred Waldrep.
Fourth Row: Nancy Ann Sanders, Marialyce Kniseley, Rubye Patton, Lois Phillips, Belly Solomon, Patsy Vowels, Cleo Nelson, La Verne McDonald, Katherine McGee, Gerlie
Lee Long, Alma Jean Stanton, Billie Robertson, Belle Rae Pedigo, Margie Fleming, Doris Brill, Naomi Pennington, Margaret Thompson, Elveta La Cosl, Jane
McKnight, Belly Jean Madderra, Charles Fulkerson. A .
Fifth Row: Jack Day, Clessie Long, Jack Kent, Edwin Durham, Jerry Poslon, Tommy Ivy, Bob Brooks, Richard Milke, Delmer Lee Bates, Billy Lawson, Charles Anderson, Sid
Stratton, Clarence Reid,.Howard Whitcomb, C. B. Green, James Olis Wiseman.
SONNET WRITTEN TO A TERM THEME
This sonnet was written after the manner of
Sir Thomas Wyatt in "Unstable Dream"
I strolled into my class one spring-like day.
Soon aptly at my desk I was reclined,
And on the board I saw an underlined
Phrase, stating that term themes were due in May.
At once my manner was no longer gay,
For nothing on my subiecl could I find.
Reluctantly, I changed my once made mind
And chose another author right away.
Now, some of the allotted weeks have passed.
This reading time in reading has been spent.
To novels, plays, my ettorts have I lent.
I'm ready now to start this theme at last.
I wonder, Theme, wilt thou by May be done
Or shall I wilt before thou are begun?
By the beginning of our second year at Adamson, the newness of high school has begun
to wear oft. We settled down to hard l?l work and took a more active interest in school altairs.
Where things are happening, you'll find our class. We are going to make next year better
Bill Cook . . . Spring Vice President
Betty Griffis . Spring, Fall Secretary
Milton Elms . . Fall Vice President
La Tayne McClure . Spring, Fall President
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Raw: Carson Allen, Lester Hiebert, Tommy Blissitte, Glenn Henderson, Roy Dean Richards, Bobby Cadenhead, Jimmie Scott, Sam Hodges, Donald Hillin, Bill Space,
Jerry Schofield, Billy Wade, Buddy Nix.
Second Row: Marie Bennett, Nita Jean Salter, Juanita Teal, Jacqueline Skeeter, Jean Stewart, Mary Stovall, Yvonne Polnack, Mary Streety, Madelle Hale, Jo Anna Robertson,
Connie Wilder, Christine Calvin, Dorothy Bullard, Dorothy Hill, Dorotha Killingsworth, Joan Tatem, Betty Craig.
Third Row: Genie Smoot, Vera Campbell, Elaine Holden, Anita Thompson, Mariorie Mitchell, lmogene Nobles, Betty Surratt, Peggy Still, Dorothy Bullard, Martha Jo Smith,
Edna Brackeen, Thelma Rogers, DeLoryes Anderson, Cecilia Drees, Betty Jean Crabtree, Louise Brazelton, Joanne Hinckley, Robbie Bowles.
Fourth Row: Jack Harris, Tommy McMath, Phil Grove, Weldon Willingham, Ray Wiederhold, Ross Ellis, Jimmy Stewart, Billy Holland, Joe Ral Parvaial, James Estes, Harry
Helsley, J. E. Banks, James Barker, Jimmy Nipp.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Milton Elms, Charles Dillingham, Thomas Coats, Kenneth Walker, Harold Judd, Amos North, London Parker, Myles Mimier, Jimmy McCormack, Richard Howard,
Jesse Grayum, Homer Jennings, Edwin McMackin.
Second Row: Bobbie Jeane Reeves, Joan Epps, Maxine Bulls, Katherine Wallace, Ruth Mohn, Tina Whitfield, Melva Williams, Ola Mae Parish, Betty Grace Leatherwood,
Glenna Greer, Evelyn Cotten, Joy Lee Cummings, Dorothy Street, Betty Campbell, Barbara Conner, La Vina Janes, Jimmie Frank, Jenine Raicott.
Third Row: Mary Helen Cowell, Mary Ann Mullaney, Peggy Laman, Doris Robinson, Chrystal Stringer, Kathleen Blansett, Joan Opal, Sue Noel, Jean Davis, June Sanford,
Betty Quinn, Mellie Hammon, Dottie Jean Cherry, Doris Thurmond, Mary Ellen Wathen, Mariorie Derr, Cecelia Gonzales, Bettie Smith.
Fourth Row: Raymond Harrison, Frederick Goerdel, Ray Weber, Alvin Luttrell, Frank Alexander, Bill Sullivan, Bill Cook, C. D. Peterson, Edwin Roberts, James Harralson,
Alfred Slater, Alfred Pomeroy, Neal Mays, Gladden Sedberry, Jimmy Sellers.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Sammy Young, Ronald Baggett, Raymond Thompson, George Weatherford, Edward R. Rhodes, Gene Slade, D. C. Mofht, Billy Collins, Forrest Farrar, Charles Gin-
ning, Howard Pollock, Bert Newman, Woodrow Wilson.
Second Row: Walt Collier, Marie Kimbell, Shirley Mathews, Jessie Mason, Martha Gauntt, Patsy Sullivan, Mable Tate, Helen Dodgen, Oleta Vernon, Barbara Burns, Eleanor
Wall, Ruth Morgan, Joyce Cook, Evelyn Kennedy, Billie Rae Stults, Mary Wood Vaughn, Mary Sue Smith, Dorothy Watson.
Third Row: lmogene King, Doris Hammer, Peggy Ewing, Paula Huston, Darlene Johnsoon, Mary Degenhart, Theresa Scottina, Betty Griftis, Mary Will Rodgers, Evelyn Dunn,
Norma Cunningham, Ruth Johnson, Claudine Murphy, Patricia Storey, Kala Phillips, Mary Kathryn Billingsley, Betty Jean Stovall, Wouida Matney, Nancy Thomas.
Fourth Row: Wayne Patty, La Tayne McClure, H. A. Douglas, Trentham Tompkins, Jake Commander, Barner Bursen, Floyd Walker, Eddie Keiningham, Tommy Graham,
Tommy Williams, Thomas Burgess, Harold Binion, Jerry Tunnell, Charles Tarver.
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LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Travis Taylor, Charles Johnston, Don King, Taylor Boyd, Billy Conner, Terry Dollins, Wayne Farrar, Homer Finch, Clifford Booker, Roland Conway, Don MC-
Culley, James Higgins, Bobby Baker, Glenn Ramey, Raymond Geisert, William Cole.
Second Row: Donald Hall, Betty Gene Walker, Jeannine Cavett, Jean Farrell, Dorothy Alsup, Dolores Fagan, Helen Trogdon, Mary Jane Neal, Betty McCorkhill, Joyce Haoten,
Betty Chance, Arlene Browne, Irene Hinton, Billie Jensen, Danna Seely, Joyce Thomas, Glenda Lee English, Jane Allen, Jeannine Boyd, Gayle Blankenship.
Third Raw: Eloise Brown, Mary Catherine Embrey, Grace Rutherford, Mary Gibbons, Florence Hodges, Jacqueline Marple, Bobbye Lee Yeatts, Mary Nell Hollabough, Doris
Gregory, Beth Knight, Annette Baker, Elayne Hardison, Melba Martin, Dorothy Moll, Dorothy Biggs, Dorothy Ligon, Helen Sharp, Madie Belle Reese, Sara Jean
Grant, Dorothy Jean Leach, Edith Beck.
Fourth Row: Gene Turner, Eddie Tolson, William Hodges, Johnny Sleeth, Robert lee, Gene Walther, Charles Turner, Robert Moore, Wilbert Tisch, Glenn Cootes, Thomas
Windsor, Edward Loper, Don Creager, Harold Weiser, Walter Paris.
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First Row: Bert Lepley, Glen Flowers, Don Haydon, Charles Branch, Billy Smith, William Allen, Frank Evans, Floyd Ewton, Jack Roberts, Ernest Malone, A. W. Crisp.
Second Row: Kathleen Bryant, Bobby Jo Bullard, Barbara Ann O'Brien, Mildred Goins, Jeannine Adcock, Nancy Paden, Alta Troutl, Jo Ann Bowles, Norma Arthur, Martha
Duncan, Nancy Pugh, La Nell Sprye, Reba Vaughn, Belly Ann Salmon, Helen Adams, Belly Gandy, Hope Hamilton, Kathryn Bivens, Belly .lo Keen.
Third Row: Hazel Childs, Janie Warren, Dorothy Kennamer, Vera Boyls, June Reynolds, Norma Dunn, Marvanel Traylor, Mildred Woodard, Waynelle Bowdoin, Betty Mar-
tin, Peggy Kirksey, Mary Kathleen Graves, Jessie Kellum, Dorothy Jones, Marilee Floyd, Mariorie Decker, Laura Green, Jessie Coppedge, Winona Walker, Alice
Fourth Raw: Charles England, Charles Poly, Arthur Jordan, Jimmy Kerr, Bert Allen, Howard Speer, Wilbur Thompson, Robert Carpenter, Charles Bice, Bobby Bracke, Charles
Parks, Lloyd Kerr, Robert Mulvaney, Bobby McCree.
When God from his celestial throne did throw
The golden sun from off his forge divine,
A drop of molten metal did incline
Through tenuous space to our own earth below,
Where, through rivers of Cathay, did flow
To me this gift from Heaven. Thou are mine,
Oh onyx eyed, enrobed with gilt lace fine.
My heart doth quake for thy life's fragile glow.
ln thee I see pure faith in Him above,
A perfect sense of heav'nly harmony,
Obedient, ioyful for thy Maker's sake.
. lf only Man would find this humble love
l-le could forever dwell in peace, like thee,
My tiny gold-fish, in thy silv'ry lake.
-James Alfred Hitt.
This 'fall we were on the second rung of our ladder to success in Adamson. lt took a bit
of effort and determination to get off that bottom step and safely to our present position, but
now that we've made that, we're facing the rest of the climb with confidence.
Shirley Merritt . . Spring Vice President
Patsy Drake . . . . . Spring President
Jeanett Clement .... . Spring Secretary
Anita Lipson . .... . Fall Secretary
James Blaire . . Fall President
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: John O'Glee, Jean Ray, Billy Carpenter, Lesley Blankenship, Charles Holliday, James Blair, Evelyn Bennett, Monteen Mann, Joan Kennel, Teddy Smith, R. D.
Lance, W. C. Fain, Winfield Rosenberger. img: 1-'
Second Row: Jo Ann Hill, Margerie Ward, Frankie Clinton, Gloria Goolsby, Marie Wilson, Patsy Marie Drake, Betty Baker, Vonceil Clay, Mary Glenn Madden, Martha
Bourland, Faustine Herron, Martha Mayson, Avon Portwood, Rosalie Michel, Anita Lipsan, Frankie Jean Jones. '
Third Row: Glenn McGee, John O'Neal, Billy Gentry, Billy Kemp, Carl James, Vincent Beauduy, Clinton Herron, John Prichard, Billy Kimberlin, Billy Maclachlan, Clyde
Bell, Roger Lawler, William Cumbie, Billy Wilson.
ON THE MUSIC 'OF A VIOLIN
The haunting tone of music filled my soul.
Harmonious, pure, and tender as the night,
A magic nocturne from a violin stole
Across the evening like an elfin sprite
And watted oFf on wings of lilting song
All care, distress, and conflict of my mind.
Such raptured melody seemed to belong
To angel voices, not to man, confined
To Earth, who us so many ioys denies.
l wondered, as the music's glory swelled,
From where such inspiration could arise,
Why mystic fays the wondrous secret held.
Oh God! How could we mortals fail to see
That such ecstatic strains are born in Thee.
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During the first part of our iourney through Adamson, we have found that all is not smooth
sailing, but with an able captain and a sturdy pilot, we have weathered the storms. We are
enioying the pleasure of being high school students and will continue to meet the challenge of
"full steam ahead."
Joan Gowdy . . . . Fall Secretary, Spring President
Bill Self . . Spring Vice President
Paula Sheffer . . . Fall Vice President
Barbara Brown ' . . Fall President
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LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Jimmy Wilson, Wesley Barrett, Gene Harper, John Phipps, Wendell Boggett, Bobby Patton, Jimmy Leftwich, Eugene Durham, Cleve Haubold, Billy Brice, Ewell
Cason, Ralph Coleman, Richard Candy, Jack Talbot, L. W. Bryant, Walter Karr, Troy Lollor.
Second Row: Betty Hughey, Dorothy Stephens, Sue Shaw, Patsy Boedeker, Alice Ann Stuart, Jo Anne Lowance, Maclyn Salter, Jerry June Williams, Jeanice Patty, Mary Lou
Struble, Beth Johnson, Evelyn Wyatt, Dorothy Schramm, Shirley Colvin, Billie James, Tommie Jo Bell, Edna Earle Wilson.
'lfhird Row: Pat Patterson, Kathryn Hall, Margie Manuel, Wanda Bolding, Kathryn Carlton, Jacle Milson, Betty Fisher, LaVerne Allen, Patricia Reynolds, Nellie Smith, Billy
Prestridge, Norma Walker, Jimmie Lou Daugherty, Dorothy Kerss, Ellen Pruett, Mildred Hogg, Amy Lewis, Ann Haynie, Joanne Gowdy, Katholeen Walker, Jane
Q Julian, Pat Mosely.
Fourth Row: Daniel Carter, Richard Walker, Bill Self, Gene Talbot, Charles Alexander, Tommy Barton, Frank Tennant, Douglas Gates, J. G. Pickett, George Shanks, John
' Mullendore, Philip Beck, Bob Dutt, Harry Bates, Robert Hefner.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Joe Grace, Billy Fagan, Norris Northcot, Billy Shaw, Harvey Hudson, Milton Davenport, Bill Jones, Billy Stallings, Billy Stokes, Joe Park, Alfred Moore, Brit
Carpenter, Joe Ezell, Kenneth Lawson.
Second Row: Betty Osborn, Elane McCaskey,.Melba Dean HoFFmon, Mary Elizabeth Haynie, Sue Ellen Harrison, Edith Ingram, Dorothy Pace, Marilyn Rotliff, Willie Jo
. Featherston, Pat Allen, Ruby Ann Wright, Jean Haynie, Jean Stokes, Joyce Coats, Sylale Ziegler, Jayne Jones, Pauline Hendrix, Pat Pilson.
Third Row: James Mitchell, Edna Earl McKeethan, Eleanor Durham, Margaret Gartrell, Dorlis Stiles, Patsy Ramsey, Lucille Hudson, Mary Edith Ewing, Grace Carmichael,
Lila Lee, Annie -Malone, Norma Roberts., Beverly Elmore, Jean Martin, Corrie Fae Russell, Louise Hawkins, James Rouse, Robert Greenlee, Jayme Le Bow.
Fourth Row: BCHHY l'l0I'l'fS, Choung J09, ROY Smllll, Roy Hollingsworth, Ray Johnson, Bill Sparks, Johnny Otis, Charles Holt, Clyde Johnson, Billy Earl Smith, Arthur Leyhe,
Sammy Pogue, Richard Moore, Roy Buchanan, Charles Morton,
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: La Verne Rose, Barbara Ann Brown, Thomas Perkins, Clifford McCaghren, Billy Edward Bridgman, Wilbur Sanford, Layne Clark, David Ghalson, J. W. Nail,
De Witt Sturdivant, George Cunyus, Donald Rosson, Gilbert Giger, Elzie Braswell, Nancy Bray.
Second Row: Earl King, Joan Lawson, Bennie Chambers, Paula Sheffer, Billie Joyce Canaster, Jo Ann Richardson, Thelma Wells, Evelyn Kennedy, Joan Gregory, Phyllis
Clark, Annie Joe Guynes, Ja Monkress, Wretha Husk, Betty Miller, Ellen Haley, Norma Wilcox, La Verne Boyd, Robert Mason.
Third Raw: Katie Allen, Bobbie Jean Waller, Zella Maxwell, Wanda Taliaferro, Gene Branam, Patsy Russell, Virgie Dawson, Freida South, Rosemary Archer, Barbara Fer-
guson, Charlene Carnehls, Annette Collier, Nelda Folkes, Annetta Maberry, Vaudeen Reed, .lay Hearne, Joyce Lee, Chloe Ann Stone, Margaret Verhyden, Anna
Marie White, Mary Lou Adams, Darles Holmes, Mary Kerbow.
Fourth Row: Annabel Locke, Bennie Sequin, Sydney Smart, Donald Clark, Bert Simms, Edward Hall, Maurice Tunnell, Archie Simmons, Clifton Clark, Jack Fulbright, Wandal
Elrod, George Norcross, Bobby Joe Hardin, Merle King, Arnold Gregory, Billy Fiorenza.
Oh Night, thou art a fair enchanted queen
Who wears the crescent moon for royal crown,
Who covers sky and earth with silver sheen
And sends the painful moonbeams drifting down.
The royal robe is soft, black velvet shade
lt's strewn with stars, which are thy precious gems.
Thy minstrel nightly sings within the glade
To praise thy beauty fair with ioyful hymns.
Thy pathway's lighted with the pale starlight,
'Tis scattered over earth and sky and sea.
Thy fairy courtiers are the fireflies bright,
They dart and dance all night with motion free.
No earthly queen has beauty quite so rare
As thee, sweet Night, so stately and so fair.
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PAT KELLY JAMES ALFRED HlTT
Who's who in scholarship? Adamson answers This question for 1943 and 1944 in
the roster of pupils pictured on These Two pages. i
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ELIZABETH NEWBY JEFFREY HORNEY
These pupils have attained eminence in their classes through a happy combination
of intelligence, ambition, and industry.
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League Speech events.
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Left to right, top row
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Ruth Rimmer also has the distinction of
being an exceptionally fine essayist.
JOHN E. MORRIS AWARD
Given 'For perfect .attendance and punctuality for four years
January Senior Class
JUNE SENIOR CLASS CANDIDATES
With no absence or tardiness up to May I, I944
Bobby Blevins Jean Cullum Bobbie Kuehne
Alva Lee Chatelaine Bebe Keyser Bobbie Sue Miller
This is an inactive, unorganized club of the school made up of those pupils making the honor
roll at least once during the school year. An average of B is required.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE THREE TIMES
Francine Earhardt, Ivy Fain, Norma Jean Flood, Charles Gaines,
Betty Lou Hix, Virginia Hodges, Jean Johnson, Pat Kelly, Mariorie
Milne, Betty Neal, La Yvonne Peterson, Alleen Sullivan, Orene Whit-
comb, lsham Wilson.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE FIVE TIMES
Margaret Bohanan, Johnelle Bradley, Wyllena Bryson, Jamie Cald-
well, Betty Lou Clifton, Gloria Clouse, Don Coke, Marion Cooper,
Serena Coppedge, Mettawee Crisp, Jean Cullum, Gloria Cunningham,
Bobbie Dinsmore, Wilmer Froese, Murlene Fuller, Margaret Goodwyn,
Carolyn Harris, Pat Hiebert, Wilburn Hill, J. Alfred Hitt, Ernestine
Holland, Sylvia Jenson, Virginia Jones, Wanda Jones, Katherine Kerr,
Bebe Keyser, Janice King, Vernon King, Jack Lindsey, Mary Moyers,
Bobbie Sue Miller, Billie Fae McLaughlin, Elizabeth Newby, Betty
Owen, La Nelle Parmer, Gerald Polnack, Edith Province, Vernon Rat-
lift, Betty Saurage, Mary Nelle Sides, Jean Vining, Dorothy Watkins,
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE FOUR TIMES
Drucilla Bivings, Bob Blevins, Ina Sue Darnell, Betty Jean Dodd,
Jack Earnest, Moriieane Hendrick, Bobby Kuehne, Bill McCormick,
Mary McWilliams, Ola McWilliams, June Mandeville, Charles Maupin,
Richard Newton, Daphna Reeves, Lenore Rubin, Dorrace Schaerdel,
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE TWICE
Louise Steeley, Harry Slaughter, Eulah White.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE ONCE
Fred Davis, Joyce Johnson, Lloyd Marie Pollack, Alma L. Ziegler.
Billa Stovall, Elinor Strother, Virginia Sue Varnell, Mina Lee Vernon,
i.iIa Ann Williams, La Verne Woodmansee, Betty Yates, Carl Younger.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE THREE TIMES
Don Alexander, Mariorie Clark, Betty Lou Garmon, Betty Grundy,
Billye Harris, Martha Lou Humphrey, Jack Hyles, Harry La Grone,
Gerald Lam, Marilyn Loomis, Peggy Render, Melba Rose Smith, Vir-
ginia Vaughn, Sam Ward, Maurice Williams.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE TWICE
Charlene Biggs, John Cooper, Bill Enochs, Dorothy Grady, Mildred
Holtz, Jenny Beth Minick, Travis Pearson, Betty Perry, Martha Jo Sise-
more, Virginia Thomas, Betty Jo Vinson, Emmett Watson.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE ONCE
Jean Bangert, Lee Britt, Jackie Cline, Tommy Childs, Jess Epps, Her-
bert Garmon, Betty Harris, Leland Hobbs, J. W. Morris, Ann Powell,
Jack Redding, Barnett Rippetoe, Fae Stovall, Don Thomas.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE FIVE TIMES
Ada Jo Adams, Charles Alexander, Peggy Archibald, Terry Ann
Baker, J. E. Banks, Jack Basden, Rolfe Beaudry, Eddie Blount, Jean-
nine Boyd, Robbie Bowles, Vera Campbell, Patsy Carter, Kenneth
Cason, Delores Clark, Billy Collins, Barbara Conner, Evelyn Cotton, Joy
Lee Cummings, George Cunyus, Billie M. Curry, Jack Day, Helen Dunn,
Beverly Elmore, Barbara Ferguson, James Fogleman, Joanne Gowdy,
Raymond Grace, Mary Louise Grice, Rudy Haas, Betty Jo Hamm, Elaine
Hardison, Louise Hawkins, Jackie Hedge, Asa Holleman, Jo Ann Holz-
man, Paula Houston, Joseale Hulse, Eleanor Hutson, Lindell James,
Beth Johnson, Charles Johnston, Arthur Jordan, Jane Julian, J. B. Ker-
bow, Mary Kerbow, Thelma King, Bobbie Leatherwood, Jimmy Lett-
wich, Anita Lipson, Edward Loper, Bob Lovell, Rosalie Lowe, Carolyn
Lowrey, Jacqueline Marple, Mariorie Mitchell, Bill McCaskill, Sue
Neal, Cleo Nelson, Barbara O'Brien, Joe Pike, Yvonne Polnack, Alfred
Pomeroy, John Prichard, Patsy Ramsey, Marilyn Ratlift, Clarence Reid,
Edward Rhodes, Ruth Rimmer, Edwin Roberts, Norma Roberts, Glenn
Ramsey, Nita Salter, Dorothy Schramm, Billye Sherman, Jean Shuford,
Jacqueline Skeeter, Alfred Slater, Don Smith, Martha Jo Smith, Henry
Stafford, Dorlis Stiles, Dorothy Street, Mary Lou Struble, Charles Tan-
ner, Eloise Tanner, Janie Teipel, Peggy Thomas, Alta Troutt, Jerry
Tunnell, Gene Turner, Mary Walther, Mildred Williams, Shirley Wolff.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE FOUR TIMES
Betty Atwood, Katie Allen, Pat Allen, Harry Bates, Bobby Behrns,
Dorothy Berlin, Dorothy Biggs, Taylor Boyd, Billy Brice, Barbara Brown,
Joyce Brown, James Bryant, Mary Carrico, Emma Jean Chandler, Don-
ald Clark, Martha Clift, Glenn Cootes, W. A. Couch, Jacqueline Dil-
lon, Nina Gaines, Mary Katherine Graves, Mollie Hammer, Bobby Har-
din, Wanda Hardie, Mary Haynie, Joy Hearne, Florence Hodges, Sam
Hodges, Elaine Holden, Mary Nell Hollabough, Raymond Jones, Mar-
garet Kimberlin, Beth Knight, Marialyce Knisley, Homer Lawson, Amy
Lewis, Robert Mason, Wouida Matney, Patsy Mosely, La Tayne Mc-
Clure, Betty McGuiness, Lurline Payne, Howard Pollock, Madie Bell
Reese, Gloria Russell, Joanne Stefancky, Betty Stovall, Betty Jean
Stovall, Joy Tabor.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE THREE TIMES
Gloria Ann Adams, Delmer Bates, Juanita Biggs, Hazel Bivens,
Wanda Bolding, Betty Gene Branam, Mary Ann Britt, Dorothy Bullard,
Louise Cannon, Jeanet Carter, Clyde Case, Rebecca Cayce, Roland Con-
way, Mariorie Dansby, Bob Duff, Ross Ellis, Jean Farrell, Norma Dean
Ford, Mildred Freeman, Betty Griftis, Virginia Hudson, Dan Jenson, Lila
Mae Lee, Margaret Mayers, Frances Merwin, Glen McGee, Marceline
McNutt, Richard Moore, Peggy Morris, Jean Nater, Sondra Oster, Pat
Pilson, Winifred Rosenberger, Jerry Schofield, Betty Short, Betty Steen,
Anita Thompson, Eddie Tolson, Pauline Troutt, Oleta Vernon, Carmen
Wannamacker, George Weatherford, Harold Whitfield, Jerry Williams,
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE TWICE
Jeannine Adcock, Frank Alexander, Barbara Allen, Wendell Baggett,
James Barker, Rose Marie Beckenholdt, lneta Bolding, Bill Brister,
Doris Buchanan, Betty Caldwell, Phyllis Clark, Homer Dalton, Virgie
Dawson, Mariorie Decker, Eleanor Durham, Elmer Elkins, John Faxon,
Marie Galloway, Betty Gandy, Joan Gregory, Gloria Goolsby, Velma
Hanks, Mary Hellen Haws, Maybeth Hatcher, Bobbie Lee Herring, Les-
ter Hiebert, Lucille Hudson, Barbara Johnson, Lawrence Jones, Charles
Knight, Robert I.ee, Clessie Long, Wanda Long, Elaine McCaskey,
Thomas Murphy, Rhea Nichols, Joan Opal, Alice Nell Oughton, Patsy
Patterson, John Phipps, Yvonne Portwood, Jenine Raicolil, Patricia
Rather, Jimmy Sellers, Sue Alice Shaw, Paula Sheffer, Doris Skillen,
Betty Stanks, Alma Jean Stanton, Charles Street.
THOSE MAKING THE AVERAGE ONCE
La Verne Allen, Pat Atkinson, Helen Bellew, Wanda Blakely, Patsy
Boedeker, Doris Bryant, Bennie Chambers, Tommy Childs, Joyce Coates,
Martha Coleman, Jack Commons, A. W. Crisp, Bobby Crockett, Norma
Cunningham, Jean Davis, Frances Emmins, Betty Ewton, James Farmer,
Lawrence Finch, Eddie Folsom, Billy Garrett, Jesse Grayum, Doris
Gregory, Bob Harrison, Cleve Haubold, Jackie Hitt, Melba Dean Holil-
man, Billy Holland, Lucille Holleman, Virgie Holleman, Betty Jo Keen,
.Ioan Layman, Dorothy Ligon, Margaret Maples, Robert Mason, Mariorie
Meyer, Louis Moore, Alys Mclaughline, Malcolm Ogden, Kit Parsons,
Alfred Perkins, Bill Richardson, Joe John Russell, George Shanks, Bill
Simpson, Julia Stamps, Betty Steed, Jean Stokes, Patricia Storey, Don
Thomas, Betty Gene Walker.
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First Row: Miss Schroeder, Cora Lee Blanchard, Ruth Vermillion, Joyce Thrailkill, Margaret Gartrell, Mary Early, Mabel Tate, Wilma Havins, Mariorie
Mitchell, Dorothy Jane Schramm, Joyce Yvonne Lee, Rosalie Michel, Darlene Johnson, Vera Campbell, Elizabeth Dorsey, Jean Johnson,
Dorothy Layton, Elane McCIaskey, Margaret Goodwyn, Jerry Schofield.
Second Row: Phil Grove, Gerald Lam, Elaine Holden, Betty Jane Adams, Beverly Elmore, Betty Lou Berry, Mary Madden, Martha Mayson, Doris
Bushey, Delores Bushey, Peggy Archibald.
NOT IN PICTURE
Billy Claunch, Pat Hiebert, Tommy McMath, Mildred Williams, C. D. Peterson, Maxine Eberhart, La Verne Rose, Betty Ann Salmon, Billie Spencer,
lmoiean Stewart, Helen Adams, Charles Bice, Jan Black, Chalma Ann Cleveland, Mariorie Decker, Mary Gibbons, Jacqueline Marple, Madie
MISS MEREDITH SCHROEDER
President . Margaret Goodwyn
Vice-President Mildred Williams
Secretary . Peggy Archibald
Acorn Reporter Pat Hiebert
This year the Art Club has conducted a series of studies on "The Art of the United Nations."
Part of this was incorporated in the drawings for the Oak. ln addition to this, emphasis has been
placed on ceramics, frescoes, and various handcrafts by student lectures illustrated with obiects of
art collected by Miss Schroeder and individual club members. For varied and special interest, several
prominent Dallas Artists have been our guests, speaking on subiects interesting and vital to students of
art. The informal meetings are held in the art room on the first and third Wednesday of each month.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Jeanet Carter, Shirley Wolff, Jacqueline Dillon, Rebecca Cayce, Joy Tabor, Betty Jo Hamm, Mariorie Clark, Billy Margaret Curry.
Standing: Margaret Maples, John Maples, James Maberry, Joseale Hulse.
NOT IN PICTURE
Lawrence Jones, Joy Lee Jones, Clara Louise Loveless, Louis Moore, Gene Turner, Terry Ann Baker, Bernhard Schramm.
Toxas State Historical I-Issooiatioo
MISS ABIGAIL CRANE
MISS LORINE HIGGINBOTHAM
Fall OFFICERS Spring
Lawrence Jones . . . President . . . Lawrence Jones
'Jacqueline Dillon . . Vice-President . . Shirley WOI'FT
Joy Tabor . . . . Secretary . . . Joseale Hulse
Joseale Hulse . Program Chairman . John MCIPISS
Billie Curry .......... Acorn Reporter .......... Billie Curry
"Enterprising" is the word for the Junior Historians-they are not satisfied with a passive knowl-
edge of local and state history but endeavor to stimulate interest of others in it. Their suggestion to
the government that names of the original French settlers be given to the streets in the La Reunion
housing proiect was accepted and the proiect was completed as planned. Excursions to various points
of interest in the city betook them to the Beeman Cemetery where the 'Family of Margaret Beeman is
The olticial magazine, the Texas Junior Historian, frequently contains contributions from the
Adamson club, the latest being a letter written by Mariorie Clark's great-grandfather, a general dur-
ing the Mexican War.
On April 5, the third anniversary of the club was celebrated with a birthday party-cake and all
-at one of the oldest houses in Oak CliFF, the Hord home in Marsalis Park. Originally the log cabin
residence of early settlers, it now serves are the American Legion Hall for Oak CliFl.
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First Raw Seated: Billie Margaret Curry, Joseale Hulse, Betty Lou Hix, Alleen Sullivan, Bobbye Sue Miller, Jn Ann Stokes, Drucilla Bivings.
Second Raw Standing: Betty Jo Hamm, Jacqueline Dillon, Clea Nelson, Ada .lo Adams, Wanda Hardie, Pat Kelly, Shirley Wolff, Katherine Kerr,
Eulah White, Lo Yvonne Peterson, Barbara Bartlett, Elizabeth Newby, Joy Tabor, Orene Whitcomb, Charlotte Saunders, Mary Wood
Vaughan, Dorothy Watkins, Miss Higginbotham.
NOT IN PICTURE
Terry Ann Baker, Helen Bellew, Delores Clark, Jean Cullum, Mary Dagonhart, Bobbie Dinsmore, Jo Evelyn Durbin, Margaret Goodwyn, Marilyn
Loomis, De Lois Loomis, Clara Louise Loveless, Mariorie Mitchell, Doris Nelson, Peggy Render, Jean Shuferd, Janie Tiepel, Elizabeth Welch.
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MISS LORINE HIGGINBOTHAM
Alleen Sullivan .
Bobbye Sue Miller
Peggy Render .
Betty Lou Hix .
MRS. J. H. DILLON
. President .
. Vice-President .
. .Secretary. . .
. Betty Jo Hamm
. Drucilla Bivings
Bobby Sue Miller
. Katherine Kerr
Pat Kelly .......... Acorn Reporter ...... . Bobbie Dinsmore
"Out of the way! Here comes another member of the Book Review Club." Every other Thursday
morning at eight-thirty you hear this cry along the halls. Yes, another interesting meeting is getting
under way! During these busy days the chance to hear an entertaining review of a best-seller is a
real opportunity. The reviews presented by the members themselves are sometimes humorous, often
serious, but always worthwhile. The program for the year has been an exciting one: The Human Comedy,
Jo Evelyn Durbin, We Thought We Heard the,Angels Sing, Katherine Kerr, Van Loon's Lives, Elizabeth
Newby, Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, Dorothy Watkins, Big Rock Candy Mountain, Alleen Sullivan, Get
Thee Behind Me, Joseale Hulse, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, Betty Jo Hamm.
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Miss Longford, La Verne Woodmansee, Lenore Rubin, June Reynolds, La Nelle Farmer, Bebe Keyser, Joy Cummings, Ruth Rimmer, Carolyn Harris,
James Jerry Tunnell.
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Dallas Historical Smziaty
MISS WINNIE LANGFORD
Bebe Keyser . . President . . . La Nelle Parmer
Lenore Rubin . . Vice-President . . LaVerne Woodmansee
Joy Cummings . . . . Secretary . . . . . . Bebe Keyser
La Nelle Parmer . . . Program Chairman . . . Elizabeth Newby
LaVerne Woodmansee . Acorn Reporter . . . Bebe Keyser
Elizabeth Newby . . ...... Archivist . . . . . . . Lenore Rubin
This has been a year of true historical gleaning in the Dallas Historical Society. In spite of gas-
oline rationing, the club has been able to venture into the far corners of the community to find grains
of Dallas history. Beeman's Cemetery, Southern Methodist University, and the new Mercantile Bank
Building are a 'few of the spots visited in this search 'For wisdom. At the regular meetings held every
other Thursday afternoon, the members brush up on their city's history and discuss current problems
facing the metropolis. The year's pleasure has been climaxed by the member's presentation of a play,
"Backward GIances," given at the Hall of State on February I9.
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First Row: Jerry June Williams, Mary Lou Struble, Jo Ann Lowance, Pat Allen, Jeanice Patty, Nancy Bray, Jean Stokes, Jane Julian, Melva Wil-
liams, Jo Ann Richards, Pat Ramsey.
Second Row: Beth Knight, Joyce Coats, Elane McCaskey, Mildred Hogg, Maclyn Salter, Evelyn Watt, Patsy Mosely, Patricia Reynolds, Ruby Wright,
Jane Warren, La Vina Jones. - .I I- 'I
Standing: Betty Lou Fisher, Miss Rockett, Reta Kirkland, Jo Ann Hinckley, Dorlis Styles, Mary Hellen Hows, Louise Hawkins, Jo Ann Gowdy, Rose
Mary Archer, Betty l.ou Martin, Peggy Ewing, Paula Houston, Peggy Still, Nancy Thomas, Kathleen Bryant, Cecilia Dres.
Junier Girl Reserves
MISS MABEL ROCKETT
MISS MYRTLE FOSTER
Mary Hellen Haws . . . President . . Maclyn Salter
Paula Houston . . Vice-President . Jo Ann Lowance
Melba Williams . . . Secretary . . . . Pat Allen
Jo Ann Lowance .... Treasurer .... . Jeanice Patty
Lavina Jones ...... lnterclub Council Representative ....... Jean Stokes
The Junior Girl Reserves do not merely follow in the footsteps ot their big sisters: they walk beside
them. It takes a heap o' energy but they have never had a dull moment this year. They have snared
their share ot the partners for the monthly dances at the "Y". On Saturday mornings, they have rolled
bandages for the Red Cross, made tray tavors for the men at the Veterans Hospital, and assembled
ioke books for the local U. S. O. They have had a part in the pleasure at the U. S. S. Canteen. All
Junior Girl Reserves will tell you that they have had loads ot fun this year.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Billie Jean Rainwater, Barbara Purnell, Sylvia Jenson, Doris Bushey, Della Lou Sutton, Virginia Jones.
Second Row: Jean Watson, Carolyn Lowery, Jean Johnson, Charlene Biggs, Bobbie Sue Miller, Hannah Jo Parris, Bobbie Dinsmore.
Third Row: Betty Yates, La Verne Woodmansee, Elaine Figuls, Wyllena Bryson, Mariorie Clark, Dorothy Watkins, Billa Stovall, Edith Province, Bebe
Keyser, Katherine Kerr, Drucilla Bivings, Wilma Johnson.
Fourth Row: La Nelle Parmer, Paula Sue Stevenson, Jane Sanford, Barbara Allen, Katherine Boyles, Patsy Carter.
Standing: Margaret Maples, Irmagene Wilson, Margaret McCreary, Billye Sherman, Janie Tieple, Evelyon Jo Speed, Mae Stovall, Elinor Strother,
Foe Stovall, Betty Sourage, Dortohy Grady, Dollie Jane Woodall, Dorothy Wilson, Billie Spencer, Jo Ann Stokes.
NOT IN PICTURE
Barbara Bartlett, Frances Fulton, Billye Harris, Mildred Holtz, Thelma King, Moriorie Milne, Lenore Rubin, Eulah White, Dorothy Watkins,
Billie Jo Burke, Peggy Render, Jenny Beth Minnick, Hazel Bivins, Ruth McCaffrey, Gloria Russell.
Seninr Girl Reserves
MISS EUGENIA NEWBERRY MRS. MINNIE BRAMLETTE
Fall OFFICERS Spring
Joan Stokes . . President . . . Joan Stokes
Bebe Keyser . . Vice-President . . Bobbye Sue Miller
Mariorie Milne . . . Secretary . . . Billye Sherman
Bobbye Sue Miller . . . Program Chairman . . . Charlene Biggs
Lenore Rubin . . lnterclub Council Representative . . Bebe Keyser
Mildred Holtz . . . Social Chairman . . . .... Mildred Holtz
. . . . Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . Lenore Rubin
This has been an exciting year for the Senior Girl Reserves. The social life has been grand! Parties,
luncheons, style shows and a week-end Inter-club Council Conference with delegates from Wichita Falls
and Fort Worth. On the serious side-there has been a round of activity, too. Many scrapbooks, slippers
and utility bags have gone to service men from Girl Reserves, working on spare Saturdays. The most
unusual proiect of the year was the formation of the Youth Center at the Y. W. C. A, Here the Girl Re-
serves themselves made a bare room into the U. S. S. Canteen, a ship bound for romance and adventure.
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First Row: Pat Filson, Pat Hiebert, Pat Ramsey,
Second Row: La Verne Waodmansee, La Nelle Parmer, Dorlis Stiles, Mrs. Helen Horn.
Third Row: Margaret Gaodwyn, .lay Tabor, Nina Gaines, Johnelle Bradley, Katie Allen.
Fourth Row: Robert Hall, Bobby Hardin, Lila Lee, Miss Nellie Bly Lankford.
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MRS. HELEN HORN
MISS NELLIE BLY LANKFORD
Pat Hiebert . . . President . LaVerne Woodmansee
La Nelle Parmer . . Secretary . . . La Nelle Parmer
Nina Gaines . . Vice-President . Margaret Goodwyn
Robert Hall ......... Program Chairman ......... Dorlis Stiles
Recipefor making a Pen Pal 2M cups of ambition
M cup of talent l teaspoon of inspiration
l cup of knowledge 3 tablespoons of energy
Combine all ingredients, stir until smooth, season with a dash of originality, a bit of cleverness,
and a large portion of sincerity. Serve a sample to club members and heed their criticisms and com-
ments. lf the flavor and aroma are bad, discard, but, if on the contrary, they are pleasing, serve a
large slice. This recipe is for a family of sixteen but on Friday, March l7, fed fifteen hundred at a
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Brit Carpenter, Jean Johnson, Betty Dodd, Edwin Roberts, Reva Nell Cook, Billy Claunch.
Second Row: Bobby Kuehne, Mariiene Hendrick, Gerald Lam, Dorrace Schaerdel, Miss Helms.
NOT IN PICTURE
Charles Fulkerson, Rosie Lee Lowe.
MISS DAPHNE HELMS
Mariiene Hendrick . . . President . . . Bobby Kuehne
Gerald Lam . . . . Vice-President . . Edwin Roberts
Dorrace Schaerdel . . Secretary . . . Britt Carpenter
Bobby Kuehne . . . . . . Acorn Reporter . . .
The Stamp Club, one of the most individual clubs of Adamson, boasts that its members are
among the best informed students in school-in regard to stamps. Self-made authorities that they are,
they claim to be competent iudges of rare stamps and can give the historical significance of many of
the unusual ones. The bi-monthly meetings end with a period of trading where it is claimed that old
fashioned horse trading methods, trickery, and skull-drudgery, are revived by modern philatelists bent
LEFT TO RlGHT
Left Side: Jean Watson, Revo Nell Cook, Estelle Knearem, Betty Harmon, Charlene Cornehls, Phyllis Clark.
Right Side: Geraldine Robinson, Bobbie Jo Herring, Mr. Redway, Pat Hiebert, Mina Lee Vernon, Janice King, Margaret Moyers, Pe99Y Strawn,
Charlotte Saunders, Cleo Nelson, Wanda Hardie, Peggy Render, Mary Catherine Rosse.
NOT IN PlCTURE
Doris Nichol, La Yvonne Peterson, Betty Owen, Billie Rainwater, Evelyn Speed, Dorothy Layton, Marceline McNutt, Billye Sherman, Dorothy Wilson,
Marilyn Loomis, Thomas Murphy, Juanita Biggs, Anno Marie Whte.
Medical Prnfessinns Eluh
MR. C. H. REDWAY
Charlotte Saunders . . President . . . . . Peggy Render
Mary Catherine Rosse . . Vice-President . . Mary Catherine Rosse
Peggy Render . . . Secretary-Treasurer . . Revo Nell Cook
Dorothy Wilson ' . . Acorn Reporter . Dorothy Wilson
Estelle Knearem . Library Representative . Estelle Knearem
Jean Watson ........ Program Chairman . , ...... Barbara Purnell
Interest in biology, medical science or nursing is the only prerequisite for membership in the
Junior Medical Professions group. Skeletons, skulls, dissections make fascinating subiects for discus-
sion, when the club meets every other Tuesday. Few things can keep strict privacy around this group.
Pity even the lowly amoeba as he is spied upon through the microscope!
For variety and extra excitement, visits are made to hospitals where excellent opportunity is
provided for serious contemplation of the medical profession and its allied vocations.
LEFT TO RIGHT
Seated: James Alfred Hitt, Henry Stalford, Laura Green, Nita Jean Salter, Terry Ann Baker, Martha Jo Smith, Paula Houston, Peggy Still, Yvonne
Polnack, Alma Jean Stanton, Alice Nell Aughton, Barbara Conner, Mollie Hammer, Dorothy Biggs, Peggy Strawn, Julia Nelle Stamps, Billie
Sherman, Annette Baker, Jerry Tunnell.
Standing: Clarence Reid, Jeanne La Near, Lenore Rubin, Drucilla Bivings, Dorothy Watkins, Wyllena Bryson, Johnelle Bradley, Nancy Sanders,
Marialyce Knisely, Bobbye Sue Miller, Katherine Kerr, Bebe Keyser, Peggy Thomas, Ada Jo Adams, Hazel Bivings, Carolyn Lowery, Wanda
Jones, Bettye Yates, Margaret Bohanan, Vernon King, J. B. Kerbow.
NOT IN PICTURE
Jack Day, Robert Hall, Arthur Jordan, Betty Cearley, Elayne Hardison, Billie Jean Harris, Mary Hellen Hawes, Joan Holyman, Rosalie Lowe,
Frances Merwin, Mariorie Milne, Mary Jane Neal, Dorothy Berlin, Emma Jane Chandler, Jacquelyn Dillon, Jean Farrell, Olivia Irwin, Bettie Jo
Hamm, Shirley Merritt, Dorothy Moll, Gloria Goolsby, Lurline Payne, Joy Tabor, Maurice Williams, Jeanine Raicoff.
Pan American Fnrum
MISS ROBERTA KING
MISS EUGENIA NEWBERRY
MISS VIRGINIA ROOTES
President . . . Katherine Kerr
Vice-President Q . Bebe Keyser
Secretary ............ Bobbye Sue Miller
Buenos dias, amigo mio! que tal? Coma esta su novio? Que muchacho guapo!
If you can't understand that, you are not a member of the Adamson Pan American Student
Forum. This organization, meeting every other Monday, is allied with the International Pan American.
Its purpose is to foster 'Friendship between all Pan American countries through the dissemination of
knowledge with its consequential understanding and tolerance
It is real fun to attend the programs of songs, dances, discussions. Five times each year the clubs
of the city assemble in chapter meetings. The most exciting event of the local club is the Christmas
party complete with the pinata, nacimientos, and other Mexican specialties.
Para vds. siempre hay una bienvenida. Por que no viene a visitarnos?
LEFT TO RIGHT
Seated: Carl Younger, Charles Maupin, Bobby Blevins, Ruth Rimmer, Mr. Sherman.
Standing: La Tayne McClure, Edwin Harris, Sondra Oster, Janie Tiepel, Dollie Jane Woodall, June Mandeville, Jack Earnest.
Natinnal Furansii: Laaqua
MR. W. E. SHERMAN
Fall and Spring
President . .... Bobby Blevins
Secretary . . . Janie Teipel
Vice-President ............ Charles Maupin
The activities ot the Adamson Forensic, which attained national affiliation in 1939, include debate,
extemporaneous speech, original oratory, and dramatic, humorous, and oratorical declamation.
The purposes of these forensic activities are to develop logical thinking, to encourage selt-educat-
ing research, and to learn the art of persuasive expression.
The district meet held this year at Sunset High School on March 31 and April l includes repre-
sentatives from the Texas-Louisiana area. Our four-member debate team, composed of Jack Earnest,
Janie Teipel, Bob Blevins, and Charles Maupin, won first place, while Jack Earnest and June Mande-
ville, our extemporaneous speakers, tied for first and second places respectively. Other representatives
were: Sondra Oster, in humorous declamation and original oratory, Ruth Rimmer, in oratorical decla-
mation, La Tayne McClure, original oratory, Janie Teipel, in dramatic declamation, Carl Younger, in
Practice meets have also been held this year at Sunset, North Dallas, Adamson, Houston, and
LEFT TO RIGHT
Dick Norwood, Robert Hall, Dorothy Watkins, James Maberry, Billy Penn Rowe, Norma Flood, Sondra Oster, Charlene Biggs, Dollie Jane Woodoll,
Betty lou Nix, Janie Teipel, Eulah White, Don Coke, Jeanine Adcock, Billye Sherman, Jean Johnson, Betty Osborn, Elizabeth Newby, Pat
Kelly, Lindell James, Virginia Palmer, Jean Watson, Barbara Johnson, Jack Earnest.
atinnal Thespian Hnnnr Smziety
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MISS WlLHEl.MlNA HEDDE
Betty Lou Hix . President . . Sondra Oster
Pat Kelly . . Vice-President . . Lindell James
Jo Evelyn Durbin . Secretary . James Maberry
"But, my dear, it's too, too divine!" How would you say that? To learn the best way, ioin troupe
number 338 of the National Thespian Society. The requirements for membership are tew. If you have
the ambition to act, memorize a two-minute prose selection, present it at a regular club meeting,
casually pay your initiation fee, then, presto, you're a member of the Adamson troupe and can enter
into the ioys of appearing in comedy, tragedy, or melodrama on our own stage!
The aim of the organization which is nationally affiliated is: "To create a spirit of active and
intelligent interest in dramatics among boys and girls in secondary schools."
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Second Row: Rhea Nichols, John Young, Scott Keahey, Vernon Ratlitif, Gerald Bryant, Edwin Harris.
Third Row: Bill Simpson, Billy Joe Tate, lawrence Spray, Bill Durrett, Bill Gribble.
X Fourth Row: Harry La Grone, Walter McCallum, James Steele, Oscar Mathews, James Stone.
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st Row: Sam Madderra, Jack Redding, Tony Hamlin, Travis Pearson, Jack Lindsey, Robert Argadine.
' MR. W. E. SHERMAN
Richard Avery . . . President . . Gerald Bryant
Gerald Bryant . . Vice-President . . . Bill Durrett
Bill Durrett . . Secretary . . Travis Pearson
Are you an outstanding athlete? Do you.own a letter-sweater? lf you do, you are eligible 'For
membership in the "D" Club. The fellowship of this organization promotes sportsmanship, clean liv-
ing, and fair play. Since l9l5, these wearers of the "D" have gone out into many walks of life to
take places in various fields of endeavor. Today many are in foreign fields bringing glory to them-
selves and their school as they follow the traditions of the old "D" Club.
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Seated: Calvin Ellis, Ernest Childress, Jack Redding, Travis Pearson, Jimmy King, Dick Shaw, James Steele, Edwin Harris, Sam Madderra, Charles
Knight, Bill Anderson, Bob Carrell, Bill Gribble, Johnny Otis, Don Thomas, Lawrence Spray.
Standing: Bob O'Hara, Bill Durrett, Miss Alexander, Joe Adams, Gerald Bryant.
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MISS LAURA ALEXANDER
Gerald Bryant . . . President . . . Gerald Bryant
Bob Carrell . . . Vice-President . Bill Anderson
Joe Adams . . Secretary-Treasurer . . Bill Durrett
Dick Shaw . . Sergeant-at-Arms . . Dick Shaw
Jack Redding ...... ' . . . Parliamentarian ......... Jack Redding
The boys in the Excelsior Club are banded together in friendship for open discussion of the affairs
of the times. Often they are led in discussions by public spirited men meeting with them. Again they
are the vigorous expression of youth learning to take a man's part in the responsibilities of citizenship
in a free world.
Five of the club members who have already graduated are now commissioned officers and two
are "non coms" in the service of our country.
This year the members of the club have presented to the library two books of current interest,
Tregaskis's Guadalcanal Diary and Carlson's Under Cover.
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Seated: Juanita Arney, Mary Early, Alta Troutt, Barbara Daniels, Pauline Troutt, Bobbye SUS Miller, Mflbel Tflief Mildred Williams, YVOHHS
Standing: Evelyn Jo Speed, Margaret McCreary, Lawrence Spray, Jean Vining, Bobby Leatherwood, Carl Younger, Jacqueline Skeeter, Jacqueline
Dillon, Betty Jo Hamm, Alice Ann Stuart, Richard Norwood, Gerald Lam.
NOT IN PICTURE
Marilyn Ratliff, Zelda Fitzgerald, Ulis Hair, Jimmie King, Mildred Fletcher, David Gault, Dorothy Roundtree, Carl James, Richard Walker, Norma
Dunn, Jean Stokes, Don Creagar, Dollie Woodall, Bobbie Lee Yeatts, Mary Lou Adams, Don Smith, Wanda Spain, Georgia Ingram, Melbu
Rose Smith, Charles Tarben, Robbie Bowles, Jean Shuford, Bobbie Jo Alexander, Milton Williams, Bill Sullivan, Edwin Harris, Joyce
Thrailkill, Rebecca Cayce, Doris Robinson, Ola Ruth McWilliams, Mary McWilliams, Dorothy Ann Bullard, Patsy Allen, Jayme Le Bow,
Norma Roberts, Dorothy Grady, Delmer Bates, Lee Britt, Jack Redding, Lee Belser, Chester Conway, Norman Depew, Mary Ann Britt, Wanda
Jones, James Hitt, Raymond Eubanks, Earl Richardson, Meldon Cruse, James Edwards, Troy Berry, Alleen Sullivan, John Young, Lila
Williams, Don Thomas, Jackie Cline, J. W. Morris, Virginia Sue Varnell, Lloyd Fuller, Betty Joyce McGuiness.
Allied Ynuth Movement
MR. W. T. HAMILTON
President . . . Yvonne Nottingham
Vice-President . Edwin Harris
Secretary . Pauline Troutt
Treasurer . Milded Williams
Acorn Reporter ............ Gerald Lam
The Allied Youth, Post number 230, is our own youth otficered unit of the national movement in
Its purpose is to train young people to conquer individual and social handicaps that grow 'from
drinking. The movement is one to discourage drinking among teen-age groups and open to them a
new world of 'fun and worth-while fellowship without the use of intoxicating beverages.
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LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Marialyce Knisely, Waynette Bowdin, Betty Chance, Mariarie Milne, Betty Jo Hamm, Hannah Jo Parris, Bolsbie Sue Millpr, Bebe Keyser,
Anita Lipson, Dena Sue Fields, Orene Whitcomb, Wyllena Bryson.Back Row: .lo Ann Stokes, Clara Loveless, Bill Enochs, Wrlburn Hull, Don
Minnick, lrmagene Wilson, Martha Bell Coleman, Jean Daugherty, Lenore Rubin.
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Charles Alexander, Louis Moore, Jean Stokes, Laura Green, Doris Robinson, Virginia Jones, Jacle Milson, Jacqueline Dillon, Geraldine Robinson,
Dorothy Cassell, Martha Gaunt, Elizabeth Harwell.
These "good Gremlins" of Adamson volunteer their time and energy to aid in administering the
business aFfairs of the school. They may be seen at work every period during the day running errands
or otherwise rendering service in the office of the dean, principal, or senior counsellors. They are
recognized by their dependability, courtesy, and cheerful cooperation. Usually they rank high in schol-
arship and leadership, and are prominent in many activities.
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First Row: Pat Kelly, Johnelle Bradley, Katherine Kerr, Edith Province, Virginia Hodges, Betty Lou Hix, Norma Jean Flood, Mariorie Milne, Alleen
Sullivan, La Verne Woodmansee, La Nelle Parmer, Bebe Kyser, Wyllena Bryson, Betty Saurage, and Louise Steeley.
Second Row: Jean Vining, Margaret Bohanon, Betty Neal, Jean Cullum, Serena Copedge, Elizabeth Newby, Dena Sue Fields, Orene Whitcomb,
Dorothy Watkins, Margaret Gaodwyn, Ernestine Holland, Bobbie Sue Miller, Pat Hiebert, Betty Grundy.
Third Row: Jack lindsey, Lindell James, Alfred Hitt, Wilburn Hill, Vernon King.
NOT IN PICTURE
Bobby Berhns, Bobby Blevins, Jamie Caldwell, Dolores Clark, Billie Margaret Curry, Jacqueline Dillon, Murlene Fuller, Mary Louise Grice,
Carolyn Harris, Jeffrey Horney, Mariorie Howard, .Ioseale Hulse, Sylvia Jenson, Frances Merwin, Richard Newton, Gerald Polnack, Ruth Rimmer,
Billye Sherman, Jean Shuford, Joy Tabor, Eloise Tanner, Peggy Thomas, Mary Walther, Maurice Williams, Shirley Wolff.
atiunal Hnnnr Society
MISS LUCY HAMILTON
MISS CHRISTINE HAMMOCK
Mariorie Milne . . President . . Elizabeth Newby
Alleen Sullivan . . . . . . . Vice-President . . . . Lindell James
Norma Flood .......... Secretary .......... Betty Saurage
"I pledge myself to uphold the high principles of this society to which I have been elected, striv-
ing in every word and deed to make its ideals the ideals of my school."
Twice a year these words are solemnly spoken by the new members ofthe National Honor Society.
The impressive ceremony, replete with white dresses, soft music, mellow candlelight, and gold and
white lapel ribbons, lingers long in the memory of those who witness it.
The Society dedicated its entire program of i943-44 to Adamson's servicemen whose great
contribution to school, country, and God are constant reminders of our patriotic obligation. During
the Fourth War Loan Drive, in a vigorous bond campaign, they sold 525,000 in War Bonds and Stamps
to the student body and faculty of this school.
In this and many other ways the group has lived up to its four cornerstones: Character, Service,
Leadership, and Scholarship.
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First Row: Belly Baker, Pauline Troull, Jack Redding, Alla Troull, Doris Nichol, Paula Sue Stevenson, .lo Ann Hinckley, Belly GriFtis.
Second Raw: Elvin Appleby, Cecelia Dress, Elvila La Cosl, Helen Dodgen, Mabel Tale, Nita Jean Salter, Mildred Williams, Don Thomas.
Standing: Lois Blackwell, Chandler Hinckley, Miss Alexander, Dorothy Hunter, Bill Gribble.
MISS LAURA ALEXANDER
Frances Layton . . President . . Frances Layton
Jimmy Bell . . Vice-President . . Bill Gribble
Don Thomas . . . Secretary . . Don Thomas
The Library Council is a service club for helping students who come into the library find, without
delay, clippings, pictures, magazines, or books. The members in doing the business routines of the
library learn oFtice practice and, most important of all, learn how to get along with people of diFfer-
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Bobby Kuehne, Jimmy Swope, Henry Stafford, Jackie Cline, Janie Teipel, La Yvonne Peterson, Eulah White, Alleen Sullivan, Ernestine
Second Row: Margaret Bohanan, Belly Jo Henry, Bellye Yates, Dorolhy Layton, Bebe Keyser, Bob Lovell, Travis Pearson, J. W. Morris, Belly Lou
Garmon, Charlene Biggs, Charlotte Saunders.
Third Row: Jack Hyles, Drucilla Bivings, Belly Marlin, Jack Redding, John Young, Bob O'Hara, Charles Lalimore, Gerald Polnack, Richard Newton.
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Bobby Blevins, W. A. Couch, Preston Day, Gerald Hill, Harold Klassen, Harry LaGrone, Dick Shaw, James Stone, Vernon Rallilt, Serena Cop-
pedge, Palsy Carter, .loy Lee Cummings, Jacqueline Dillon, Bobbie Dinsmore, Helen Dunn, Juanita Edgar, Mariarie Howard, Virginia Jones,
June Mandeville, Dorothy Moon, Margaret McCreary, Marceline McNutt, Elizabeth Newby, Belly Jo Owen, La Nelle Parmer, Edith Province,
Gloria Russell, Dorrane Schaerdel, Belly Shorl, Della Lou Sutton, Billa Slovall, Carmen Wannamaker, Dorolhy Wilson, Mary Ann Britt, Palsy
Gleason, Barbara Conner.
MISS FLOY AGNEW
Jack Redding . President . . Margaret Bohanan
John Young . ..... Vice-President ...... . Travis Pearson
Janie Teipel ........... Secretary ........ . Gerald Polnack
"The Student Council will meet in the auditorium today during counseling."
When this announcement is made over the loud speaker, eight class presidents and forty-eight
counseling representatives iauntily proceed to the auditorium to transact the business of the day.
This business is varied and important because the council works for the improvement of the
school through student democracy and good citizenship.
This year they have sponsored several energetic campaigns. The collection of costume iewelry
for contribution to servicemen in the Pacific for use in their relation with the natives was rather suc-
cessful. Repairableifountain pens were solicited and sent to soldiers, sailors, and marines via the
repair shop. The annual Student Day was marked by an interesting assembly an eneral participation
of the students in administering the routines of school life. X ji
Indeed, the Student Council is becoming a good training center ffdture substantial American
Y HEARTS I HIGH
ANNE COULTER MARTENS
THE JANUARY SENIOR CLASS
December 3, l943
Directed by Miss Wilhelmina Hedde
Dorie . . . . . Pat Kelty
Bdrt . . . . Jimmie Swope
Elvv - - Betty Lou Hix
Leonidas . john Emery
AmllY - - Eulah White
Perky - Joyce Johnson
Freddie . Tom Harper
Dash . . . Joe Oliver
Kitsie . . Alleen Sullivan
Dot . . Louise Steeley
Mr. Sherman ........
6 During the festivities of commencement, popular Dorie learned that she had won cl house designing contest and was to
be interviewed by a prospective employer. Believing that a boy would be more readily accepted, Dorie decided to mas-
querade as one and enlisted her.ardent admirer, Bart, as an aid in the deception. Freddie and Dash, iealous of Bart,
discovered the scheme and threatened to reveal the disguise. Kitsie and Dot complicated affairs, and Dorie's father proved
an added menace. Also contributing to the confusion were Perky, the small sister, Elva, the moody mother, and Aunt Amity,
who was trying to settle theawkward predicament. ln a side-splitting scene Freddie and Dash tricked Dorie into revealing
her identity. However, after such a hectic experience, Dorie decided that Bart was a far better career than house designing,
and Dash and Freddie learned that their interests were really with Dorie's friends, Kitsie and Dot.
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ANNE couimz Mtmens
-The June Senior Class
April 28, 1944
Directed by Miss wsu-IELMINA HEDDE
. Don Coke
Della Lou Sutton
. Jackie Cline
Beautiful Betty Ramble, harrassed and exasperated over the irresponsibility of her family, refuses
to consider marriage to David Vance and subsequent departure for Argentina where a fine new iob
awaits the intrepid young man. David seeks consolation in a Southern charmer, Sally Lou Blaine, much
to the discomfiture of Betty who retaliates by going on a shopping expedition, charging all purchases Y
to members of her family. Giving Dave a taste of his own medicine, she flirts outrageously with Mr.
Atkins. The family, stunned by the strange trend of events, awakes to its shortcomings. ln a whirl wind
finish, Betty and Dave barely make the boat for a honeymoon cruise, Jeff wakes up to Jenny's charm
and Toodles captures her long sought Chester.
Mary Early, Della Lou Sut
LEFT TO RIGHT
ton, Connie Wilder, Bill Enochs, Tommy Russell, Frank Evans, John Ma I
man, James Estes, Henry Staliford, Mr. Watkins, Billy Wilson, El ' '
Alice Ann Stuart.
pes, Billie Harris, Jackie Hedge, James Fogle
anne Figules, Dorothy Street, Billie Spencer, Charles Lee, Barbara Brown
First Raw- Jean Wat
LEFT TO RIGHT
. son, Betty Ja Henry, Doris Bushey, Dorothy Piccolla, Margaret McCreary, Wanda Spain, Joseale Hulse, Jane Julian, Hilda Sfqvqll,
Second Row: Mr. Watkins, Martha Jo Smith, Mary Moyers, Elaine Holden, Emma Jane Chandler, Bonnie Nottingham, Margie Mitchell B' '
Rainwater, Reba Vaughn.
Third Row: James Maberry, Billy Sullivan, Aubrey Pate, Charles Lee, Charles K '
, lllle Jean
night, Tommy McMath, James Stone.
Intersehelestie Leeque Literary Events
The University lnterscholastic League was organized in December, I9IO, at a State Teachers'
meeting in Abilene. It is sponsored by a bureau of the Extension Division of the University of Texas
and includes many athletic and literary events. Its avowed purpose is to organize and direct through
the medium of properly supervised and controlled contests, desirable school activities, thereby assist-
ing pupils in preparation for citizenship.
These students were chosen in open competition to represent Adamson in the lnterschalastic League Literary Contests:
Margaret Goodwyn, Margie Ray Booker, Lindell James, Richard Newton, James Maberry and Don Coke composed the cast for the one-act play,
"And Sendeth Rain."
J. B. Kerbow and Eleanor Hutson are declaimers. J. B. wan third in the city. The subiect of her prize winning essay was "Dunkirk" by Winston
Joy Tabor, essayist, won first place in the city. The subiect of her prize winning essay was "Graduation from High School: Then What?"
June Mandeville and Jack Earnest are extemporaneous speakers. June won first place in the city, her subiect being "Juvenile Delinquency."
Jack won first in the regionaland will compete in the State contest at Austin on May 4-5. His subiect for discussion was "0Ffice of War Information."
Ruth Rimmer, Janie Teipel, Bobby Blevins, and Charles Maupin, debaters, won both the city and regional contests. They, too, will compete in
Austin at the final state contest. The subiect for debate is: "Resolved, That the United States Should Join in Reconstituting the League of Nations."
James Hitt and Yvonne Polnack are spellers.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: June Mandeville, Janie Teipel, Eleanor Hutson, Margaret Gooclwyn, Ruth Rimmer, Margie Ray Booker.
Second Row: Joy Tabor, Lindell James, Yvonne Polnack, Jack Earnest, J. W. Kerbow.
Third Row: Richard Newton, Charles Maupin, James Hitt, James Maberry, Don Coke.
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son, on his visit here last fall reminded' us:
"The battle line of American youth is in
the school room."
On left page, top to bottom, you see:
"The Sonneteersf' Miss Aduddell's senior
English class. They contributed the sonnets
published in this Oak.
A quiet moment in the Library!
Mathematicians with Mrs. Bramlette.
On this page, top to bottom, you see:
National Honor Society initiation-a min-
ute ot hushed silence.
The real pleasure of the Foods laboratory.
Sewing for the Junior Red Cross-slippers
Future bankers with their sponsor. To
them we intrust our money!
The lunch room during a busy hour.
Hustling, bustling super-salesmen, here they are! These are the 'folks who charmingly, threaten-
ingly high-pressure you into buying an Oak. Elected by the members of their counseling groups, they
handle all orders and payments for the annual. Thus they combine the intricacies of bookkeeping and
the finesse of selling with tenacity and endurance, for the job lasts all year! As a result of their etifort,
many of them have earned their own books by selling twenty or more. To these salesmen, for a iob
well done, orchids.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Virginia Jones, Peggy Luwance, Hannah .lo Parris, Bobbie Dinsmore, Sylvia Jenson, la Verne Golden, Reva Nell Cook.
Second Row: Nancy Sanders, Morialyce Kniseley, lrmagene Wilson, Jenny Beth Minick, Barbara Allen, Jacqueline Dillon, Dorothy Watkins,
Third Row: Gerald Lam, Richard Norwood, Betty Grundy, Jean Vining, Patricia Hiebert, Jo Adams, Carolyn Harris, La Verne Woodmansee, Dru-
cilla Bivings, Mettawee Crisp, Wanda Long.
NOT IN PlCTURE
Lindy Chandler, Don Thomas, Mae Stovall, John Emerly, James Wall, Gloria Clouse, Charles Morris, Wyllena Bryson, Frank Taylor, Charles
Davis, Mary Catherine Rosse, Jack Hyles, Johnelle Bradley, Bobbie Blevins, Wanda Greathouse, Alys McLaughlin, Fred Davis, Shirley Woltt, Elinor
Strother, Asa Holleman, Billie Garrett, Tommy Fox, Betty Harris, Joe Oliver, Don Alexander, Betty Althousan, Joyce Mitzi Mizell, Jackie Cline.
Uali Business Staff
Miss Christine Hammock
Mr. Winton E. Noah
Clara Louise Loveless
llali Editorial Staff
Miss ldabel Cabaniss
Miss Ripple Frazer
Margaret Goodwyn Elizabeth Newby
Florence Harmon Edith Province
Pat Hiebert Dorothy Street
James Hitt Edna .lo Williams
Betty Lou Hix Irmagene Wilson
Gerald Lam La Verne Woodmansee
Bill McCormick Advertising Manager
Dollie Jane Woodall Feature Editor
Jeffrey Horney R O T C Editor
Jack Lindsey Sports Editor
Richard O'Brlen Sports Editor
MISS HENRIETTA EISENLOHR
Pat Kelly . . . Editor-in-Chief Pqf Hieberf
Jack Haydon . Business Manager Gerald Lam
Margaret Loraine . Stalt Photographer
lvy Fain, Joyce Johnson, Jean Johnson Feature Editors
Robert Argadine . . . . Sports Editor
Hazel Sanders . . . . Exchange Editor
Lila Williams Exchange Editor
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JACK DAVIS J. W. MORRIS
BARBARA JOHNSON DOLLIE JANE WOODALI.
I MILTON ELMS
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17-North Dallas . . 0-19
25-Forest ...... 1 2- 0
-Woodrow Wilson 2-13
Sunset . . 7-30
14-Tech ...... 19-28
-Woodrow Wilson 6- 7
-North Dallas . . . 0- 6
13-Sunset . . 0-35
November 20-Forest . . 13- 0
November 26-Tech . . 0-12
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: James Hamilton, Tony Hamlin, James Stone, Oscar Mathews, Travis Pearson, Johnny Jones, John Cather,'Warren Townsend, Don Thomas.
Second Row: Bobby Behrns, Ernest Childress, Alex Pearce, Wilburn Hill, Dick Shaw, Bill Durrett, Gerald Bryant, Richard Avery, James Steele, Bill
Dodson, Bob Carrell. I i ,
Third Row: Rhea Nichols, Bill Gribble, Bill Simpson, Lindy Chandler, Sam Madderra, Harry La Grone, Edwin Harris, lawrence Spray, Scott Keahey.
Page One Hundrerl Fo1u't1'eu
Top to bottom
With his vicious charging and blocking
"Scottie" acquired his second letter for the
blue and white. He was chosen by the I2
High School coaches on the All-City team.
Promoted from last year's scrub team, James
proved an eFticient substitute. He'll be a candi-
date for the starting line-up next year and one
of the Leopard's three co-captains.
After getting a slow start, "Spraygun" im-
proved sufficiently to earn his letter in the last
half of the season. He'U be back next year
and should win a starting berth.
Three-year letterman, "Dusek" was chosen
as the team's most valuable player and was
unanimously chosen on the All-City team. He
was co-captain last fall.
Excelling in defensive assignments and
down-field blocking, "Wild Bill" was a candi-
date for All-City honors until he broke his arm
in the Woodrow game. He'll be co-captain
HARRY LA GRONE
"Sleepy" earned his first letter this year.
His charging mode him a valuable substitute
and may win him a starting position next fall.
Excelling in broken field running and pass-
ing, "Walt" earned his initial letter this sea-
son and will be back again next year.
Filling in at Beesley's position, "Moley" did
a creditable iob and should be one of the
outstanding backs in the city next fall.
A fleet runner, a good pass-receiver, track
star, Charlie was a constant threat for the
A fast, hard-running back, Bob started every
game to earn his initial letter. He was a con-
stant ground-goiner and a good pass-receiver.
RH EA NICHOLS
One of the fastest backs in the city, "Nick"
collected his first letter last year and has two
years left to thrill the football fans of Adam-
Rising from last year's scrub team, Bill
proved a good all-round performer and
earned a starting position in the latter half
of the season.
With plenty of fight and pep, Tony earned
his letter last fall after gaining a year's ex-
perience on the scrub team. He'll be back
again next fall.
Two-year letterman and co-captain, Travis
was switched from guard to quarterback and
proved an able blocker and signal caller.
He'll be back as co-captain again next fall.
After starting in the first five games, big
"Saba" broke his finger in the Tech game and
saw little service the latter half of the race.
He'll be back again next fall.
Playing at his best when the going was
difficult, hard-plunging "Bird" earned his posi-
tion on the team, lettering his first year out.
An all-round good end, "Rusty" earned his
first letter last fall. He held his own on de-
fense and capably executed his offensive as-
Playing hard every minute of the game,
powerful Sam earned his second letter last
fall. He handled responsible chores at any
position on the lThe.
BILLY JOE TATE
A steady performer throughout the entire
race, "Big Red" should be a candidate for All-
City honors in the "44" campaign.
Playing his first season for the blue and
white, "Red" earned his letter as substitute
center. He'll be back next fall and probably
will be changed to an end position.
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When the band breaks into the familiar strains of "On
Cak Cliff High" opponents of Adamson know that the blue
and white is on the march again. Many football heroes have
received inspiration from it and all students, past and pres-
ent, associate it with some of the most thrilling experiences
of their school life. May it never be forgotten.
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Jack Knearem, Bobby Patton, Roy Rumsey, Jack Talbot, Bill Self, Amos North, Joe Parks, Tommy McMath.
Second Row: Edwin Durhcm, Charles Morris, Rolfe Beaudry, Jimmy Lester, Kit Parsons, Johnny Otis, Donald Hooten, Jerry Moore Charles Knight
Third Row: Charles Bice, Thomas Burgess, Vincent Beauduy, Woodrow Wilson, Roy Mason, Bill Sullivan, Delmer Bates, L W Jones
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l2 Woodrow Wilson
W. E. SHERMAN, Coach
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Beginning with no returning lettermen or squadmen, the
highly inexperienced Leopards went through the season win-
ning twenty victories out of thirty games played and finished
fourth in the city series. They scored a total of l,lO8 points
to 870 for their opponents, and wound up the season by
winning the trophy for first place in the Oak Cliff Y. M. C. A.
Invitational Tournament. ln the finals of the same contest they
defeated Crozier Tech to win another trophy and individual xx
awards for each of the players. L Ml
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First Row: Elzie Whitney, Jake Commander, Bobby Baker, Malchom Ogden, Jack Redding, Tommy Ivy, Harvy Hudson, Charles Holliday.
Second Row: Mr. Sherman, Bill Anderson, Bob McGlasson, George Lovell, Arthur Jordon, Donald Hooten, Oscar Matthews.
Third Row: Walter McCallum, Walter Paris, Elmer Elkins, Robert Clark, Leroy Howard, Bob Lovell, Evlyn Appleby, Robert lied, lindy Chandler.
Fourth Row: Jmmy Kerr,
.lack Taylor, Bill Gribble, BillKMcCormick, Sam Ward, Richard O'Brien, John Young, Emmett Watson, Harold Classon.
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Adamson ,.....,. .....,. 3 3
North Dallas ,.,... ..,..., 4 0
Adamson ...,.. , 34
Sunset ....,. ....... 4 I
Adamson ..... .,..,.. I 5
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Page One Hundred Nineteen
l Through sheer determination cmd fighting spirit, the Leopard tracksters upset the
dope by winning, for the second consecutive year, the city championship.
Vernon Ratliff was the high scorer in the city meet in which he collected 15 of the
teams 37112 points by winning first place in the discus and shot. Rhea Nichols won first
in the 880 and George Theis tied for first in the high iump.
ln pre-season practice meets, the Blue and White won three of nine meets. ln the
regional meet, Adamson won second place by scoring 25V1 points. Ratliff was first in
the shot and Surley second in the 880. Rolfe Beaudry lost first place in the mile by a
mere one-tenth of a second!
At the state race in Austin, Rhea Nichols won first place in the 880-yard run and
Vernon Ratliff placed in the shot and broad iump. Eight men lettered. Plenty of credit
is due Pop Noah for coaching these boys through their very fine season.
E. NOAH, Coach
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: George Theis, Vernon Ratlifl, Wayne Patty, Rhea Nichols, Rolfe Beaudry, Bob Simms, Forest Kavanaugh. . '
Second Row: Earl Richardson, Alex Pearce, Clyde Case, Biily Joe Tate, Kenneth Ratlitf, Kenneth Latimer, Preston Day, Joe Parks, Keith Davis, Manager,
Third Row: Thomas Murphy, Maurice Wallace, J. R. Tucker, Raymond Eubanks, J. G. Pickett, Forest Farrar.
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Winning their first three games of the season by defeating Woodrow Wilson, Forest
and North Dallas indecisive manner the Leopards started off the l'-744 season with a
fine chance of repeating as city champions for the third consecutive season. However,
title chances were shaken up when they were defeated by Sunset, 4-3. They went into
a tie for first place by defeating Crozier Tech, but dropped back to second place when
they were defeated by Woodrow Wilson. Winning over Sunset's Bisons l-O in their last
game played before this printing, the Leopards have three remaining games to play to
decide their standing in the 1944 city title race.
Three lettermen make up the strength of the l944 squad. They are Jack Redding,
Jack Lindsey and Robert Argadine, Lindsey is a two-year letterman. Both Lindsey and
Argadine were selected on the mythical All-City team last season.
Probable lettermen as announced by Coach Henslee are as follows: Sam Ward,
Walter McCallum, Kenneth Cason, Jack Lindsey, Robert Argadine, Jack Redding, Maurice
Williams, Wilburn Hill, Wilmer Froese, James Steele, James Blair, Floyd Walker, Bobby
Ramsey, Richard O'Brien and Buddy Nix, Manager.
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First Row: Wilmer Froese, Bob Ramsey, Maurice Williams, Kenneth Cason, Walter McCallum, James Blair, James Steele, Wilburn Hill, Sam Ward.
Second Row: Frank Garrison, Jack Redding, Richard O'Brien, Jackflflndsey, Floyd Walker, Robert Argadine, Bill Sullivqn, Coach Henslee.
Third Row: James Blankenship, Archie Simms, Charles Holiday, Bobby Westmoreland, LofTayne McClure, Jack Hart, .Robert Lee, Arthur Jordan, Jakefammander.
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Firsf Row: Sidney Smari, Claude Reed, Charles Laitimnre.
Second Row: Bill Broughfon, Harry Glover, L. C. Leffwich, Charles Rodgers.
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Pam Burke, Sondra Osler, Doris Bushey, Milton Elms, Doloris Bushey, Jack Earnest, Mr. Smith, Emmett Watson, Mary Jon Holbrook, Bobby Sue Miller.
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LEFT TO RIGHT
J. R. Tucker, Chandler Hinckley, Tom McMullen, Richard Milke
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LEFT TO RIGHT
George Thies, Lewis Elam, J. W. Morris, Bob Blevins, Jeffrey Horney, Dewey Brumit, John Cather, Jack Wah, Alber? Klcssen, Don Miichell,
Bobby Dan Taylor, Jimmie Lesfer.
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First Row: Phil Jones, Billy Rankin, Tom Harper, Dewey Brumit, Elroy Archer, Edna Jo Williams, Hubert Penn, Scott Keahey, Charles Gaines, Loyd Fuller.
Second Raw: John Maples, Warren Cunningham, Henry Boardmcyyfboflrnmy Box, James Campbell, Jeffrey Horney, George Theis, J. W. Morris.
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First Row: 2nd Lt. Joe Adams, lst Lt. Wendell Russell, Lt. Col. Res. Dewey Brumit, Capt. Tommy Fox, Capt. Bobby Blevins, Capt. Elroy Archer, Sponsor Florence Harmon
2nd Lt. James Wall, 2nd Lt. Richard Newton, 2nd Lt. Jack Hyles, 'Ist Lt. Bernhard Schramm, Capt. John Cather, Capt. Res. Albert Klassen, 2nd Lt. Howard Butcher
'lst Lt. Gerald Palnock.
Second Row: lst Lt. Jack Watt, 'lst Lt. Gerald Powell, Capt. Scott Keahey, Capt. James Campbell, Capt. Charles Gaines, 'lst Lt. Lawrence Jones, Maiar Jeffrey Horney
Capt. Alex Pearce, lst Lt. Bob Robneit, 'lst Lt. Hubert Penn, 2nd Lt. Bob O'H1ra, Lt. Col. J. W. Morris.
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First Row: James Bryant, Wilbur Thompson, Sammy Young, Bill Janes, Wilbert Tisch, Floyd Ewton.
Second Row: Kenneth Coson, Don McCulIey, Bert Allen, Elza Whitley, Glenn Ramey, Glen Flowers, James Higgins, James Wall, Elroy Archer, Florence Harman,
Hubert Penn, Tommy Fox, Richard Howard, Raymond Geisert, C. B. McCa9hren, Robert Carpenter, Forest Davis.
Third Row: James Massengill, Bobby Behrns, Kyle Lievsay, Billy Rankin, Phil Jones, J. W. Miller, James Wiseman, Lloyd Kerr, Charles Parks, Gene Walther, Glenn Cootes,
Don Smith, Jimmy Kerr, Homer Lawson, Harold George, Raymond Harrison, Billy Bob Steen, Hubert Burleson, Jesse Grayum.
Fourth Row: Virgil Wright, Milton Davenport, Arthur leyhe, John Phipps, Don King, Harold Henley, Billy Berlin, Howard Speer, Eddie Tolson, Bobby Ramsey, Dick Show,
Jimmie King, Norman Dapew, Gene Turner, Kenneth Ratlilf, Charles Morris, Marvin Stark, Lawrence Spray.
Page One Hundred Twenty-nine
First Row: George Cunyus, Edward Rhodes, James Mitchell, Billy Shaw.
Second Row: Charles Dillingham, Robert Mulvany, Gerald Sutton, Wayne Farrar,
A Homer Finch, Milton Elms, Jack Davis, Sammy Pogue, J, E. Banks, Harry
Third Row: Charles England, Ross Ellis, Benny Harris, Bill Cook, James Hitt, Joe
LEFT TO RIGHT
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Pollack, James Fears, Bill McCaskilI, Billy Collins, Neal Mays, Billy Layfield, Jack Day.
Fourth Raw: David Gault, Wendell Baggett, Charles Rippy, George C. Haney, Jack Rosser, Elmer Elkins, Asa Holleman, J. W. Thames, Alfred Slater, Raymond Eubank,
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LEFT TO RIGHT
CAPTAIN JAMES CAMPBELL, spring
CAPTAIN CHARLES GAINES, fall
LEFT TO RIGHT
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Second Row: Mark Deering, Donald Clark, Ralph Coleman, Jack Roberts, Rob Rumsey, Jimmy McCormack, Bernhard Schromm, Charles Gaines, Louise Steeley, Richard
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Third Row: -Levy Dean Arthur, Maurice Tunnell, John Prichard, Edward Armstrong, Edward Elrod, Harold Klosses, William Fiorenza, Billy Kemp, Robert McCree, Joe
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Fouffh ROWS Jess Epps, Raymond Grace, James Hamilton, Wayne Adams, Jerry Moore, Harold Whitfield, Myles Mimier, James Barker, Billy Vanlandingham, Bill Miller.
Jack Fulbright, louis Brown, Arnold Gregory, Robert Hefner, George Crouch, Cecil Neef, Jack Hart, Harry Helsley.
Page One Hundred Thirty-one
CAPTAIN SCOTT KEAHEY, fall
CAPTAIN ALEX PEARCE, spring
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Jean Ray, Johnny Edgar, Winfield Rosenberger, Kenneth Lawson, Tommy Blissitte, J. W. Nail.
Second Row: Forrest Farrar, Jackie Hedge, Billy Windle, John O'Glee, Gilbert Geiger, Donald Hooten, Travis Armstrong, Bob Robnelt, Scott Keahey, Pat Kelly, Howard
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Third Row: H. C. Kidd, Fred Stringer, lsham Wilson, Hilton Davis, Howard Whitcomb, Billy Holland, Jerry Tunnell, J. R. Tucker, Louis Moore, James Maberry, Earl
Richardson, Harold Binion, Thomas Burgess, James Harralson, Frank Tucker, John Jennings, Tom Harper.
Fourth Row: J. B. Kerbow, Gene Heartsfield, Alfred Pellettier, Bobby Hardin, George Shanks, Milton Bates, Charles Alexander, Weldon Willingham, Bobby Ketron, Dean
Shaun, James Edwards, Ernest Malone, Roy Smith, George Norcross, Bob Miuick, Richard Miike, Warren Townsend, Ernest Childress, Morris Ragsdale, Tommy
Page One Hundred Thirty-two
Commanding Officers If .
FIRST LT. GERALD POWELL, spring '
CAPTAIN JAMES CAMPBELL, fall
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Row: Ronald Baggefl, Billy Wade, Eddie Slafen, Roland Conway, Lesier Heibert, CIiHord Booker.
Second Row: Roy Reynolds, Bill Self, Tommy Barlon, Harold Judd, Reveris Armstrong, Hershei Highlower, Gerald Powell, James Campbell, Jean Walson, Lawrence Jones,
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Third Row: Bob McGlasson, Charles Bice, Charles Brice, Charles Houslon, Richard Long, Wayne Bracken, Joe Oliver, Tommy Wilson, Gene Harper, David Landrum,
Charles Rogers, Bill Broughlon, Billy Glover, Bill Bailey, Gene Buck, C. D. Pelerson, Peylon Fuerer.
Fourth Row: Rudolph Fields, L. C. Jones, Bill Peak, Eddie Keiningham, Ulis Hair, Johnny Sleelh, David Scheeps, Billy Claunch, Worley Jones, Charles Johnslon, .loe
Gomez, Taylor Boyd, Tommy Williams, Paul Nichols, John Mullendore, Rudy Haas, Johnny Jones.
Page One Hundred Thirly-three
H. l1.T. II.Bi-l ll
MAJOR FRED DAVIS, fall
CAPTAIN JACK CLINE, Spring
LEFT TO RIGHT
First Raw: William Hodges, Bob Farrar, Charles Lee, Charles Laftimare, Kenneth Commander, Jackie Cline, Fred Davis, Edna Jo Williams, Jack Earnest, Charles Maupin,
Lindell James, Bobby Keyes, Henry Sfaliord, Harry Glover, Warren loper, Claude Reed, Colonel Watkins.
Second Row: Millan Billingsley, Jackie Hill, Ross Powell, Billy Wilson, Oscar Malhews, Bell Enochs, Bobby Hill, Charles Goff, Earl Barnell, Ralph Thurman, Bernice
Akin, Ralph Tacker, Joe O'ConnelI, George Thurmond, John Maples.
Third Row: James Estes, Joe Pike, Billy Dee Jolly, Billy Bridgman, Chesler Conway, Billy Thompson, Jimmy Slewarl, James Fogleman, Bob Young, Tommy Russell, Don
Minnick, Frank Evans, Leon Turner.
Page One Hundred Thirty-four
September 13-"School days, school days, dear old golden rule
days," that's what the song says. I'm not so sure, anyway, here they
are and we'lI make the best of them. Noticed some new faces among
the faculty. Col. Watkins has taken over the music department. Mr.
George Brown from Baude Storey is now guiding students in the field
of physics. Mrs. Mary Carter and Miss Harriet Gibson are assisting Miss
Graves. Then there's our new nurse, Miss Ivy, and the dietitian, Miss
September 'l5-Classes are gradually getting straightened out. A
few frantic 4A's and puzzled freshmen still rushing around and getting
nowhere. Noses have been counted and statistics reveal there are about
200 less Adamsonites this year than last.
September 'I6-Ho, Humm-school isn't so bad-if you're a senior.
September 20-The Pep Squad is under the command of Peggy
Render, Edith Province and Billa Stovall, Della Lou Sutton, Billie Jo
Burke, Hannah Jo Parris, Sylvia Jenson, Bobbie Dinsmore and Norma
Flood add that "feminine touch" to the Blue Band.
September 23-The 4A's show their good iudgment by electing
capable leaders: John Young, Scott Keahey, Alleen Sullivan, Ivy Fain
and Betty Lou Hix.
September 24-Student Council begins its term of work with Jack
September 25-Thrilling game with Forest ended in l2-0 victory
for the Leopards.
September 27-Eight pretty girls appeared today wearing the offi-
cial uniform of R. O. T. C. sponsors. Betty Lou Garmon, Mary Lial
Glascock, Louise Steeley, Pat Kelly, Jean Watson and Edna Jo Williams.
October l-Short, peppy, Dollie Jane Woodall elected to fill
vacancy of Senior Cheer Leader. Dallie will add high flavor to the
cheering which is led by J. W. Morris, Barbara Johnson, Jack Davis,
Milton Elms and Eleanor Wall complete the group.
October I8-Was inspired by Col. Cohee, Chaplain of the Eighth
Service Command, who challenged the high school students to be
worthy of the sacrifices of the men at Bataan.
October 'I9-That vivacious Thespian, Pat Kelley, and that "Wanna
Buy a Ticket?" man, Jimmy Swope, were chosen to lead the cast of
the January class play.
October 20-Who minds rationing? We're getting a holiday be-
cause the patriotic minded faculty will be handing Book 4 to the
Zoliopolsels and the Stefancky'sp the Smiths and the Jones'g to the
whites and to the colored. That's America for you. Many nationalities,
October 23-Leopards barely nosed out Woodrow Wilson 6-7. Our
Band and Pep Squad put on a spectacular "between halves" per-
November B-Seen in hall: enthusiastic young ladies exclaiming
about the wonderful time they had over the week-end at the Girl
Reserves Tri-city Conference.
November 10-Students and faculty had the honor of hearing
Colonel Hans Adamson, survivor of the Rickenbacker expedition. Sal
on edge of the seat with tense excitement while he told about his
experience of being adrift in the Pacific Ocean.
November 'I6-Enioyed book week Assembly given by Mrs. Horn's
Public Speaking class. Miss Rachael Clanton of the Oak Clilf Branch
library was our guest speaker. Nice speech.
November 20-Leopards escape finishing football race in the cellar
by turning back the Lions 13-0. Yeal Leopards.
November 24-Enioyed assembly "As America Sang," a story of
our country, told by her music. Thanks to the music and public speak-
November 28-Margaret Bohannan elected first Non-commissioned
December 3-Spent a merry evening seeing the very successful 4A
Comer-IY. "My Hearts in High." I shall be an actressl Maybe.
December 9-Went down town last night to do some Christmas
shopping. Saw ten clowns helping the Salvation Army collect its "mile
of dimes" by providing music and entertainment forthe crowd. learned
this morning that they were Adamsonites-the Band boys.
December 13-Our penny parade is under way with a grand start.
December 14-Election dayl Cast my vote for my favorites. Wonder
whose candidates will win. Mine, I hope.
December I5-Fifteen Proud upperclossmen took the pledge of the
National Honor Society. Nice work.
December I7-The Christmas Cantata and pageant presented by
the music and speech departments was the most impressive assembly
lzggrogiis year. We were happy to learn that our penny parade netted
O December 18-Goodyl Today we begin two weeks Christmas vaca-
tro'n. Nearly everyone has a iob to help out on the labor shortage.
Think I must have one, too.
January 4-The National Honor Society began a war stamp selling
campaign-members of the society will sell stamps and bonds in first
period classes on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
January I8-Senior "Acorn" issued. Everyone reading that last
will and the prophecyl
January 21-The 4A's came to school "all dressed up." Assembly
included one-act play, "Who Murdered Who?"
January 28-4A's finished a gay week of social activity with the
most thrilling of all events-graduation.
February 1-New classes, new schedules, new teachers, new olticers
-and new 4A's. We're really in the lead now.
February 8-Bob Blevins, Tommy Fox, Hannah Jo Parris, were
elected leaders of June '44 class.
February 15-Margaret Bohannan became the third girl in Adam-
son's history to be elected president of student council: Travis Pearson,
vice-president and Gerald Polnack, secretary.
New Acorn Stat? announced today, Pat Hiebert and Jean Cullum
February 20-National Honor Society war bond drive ended rather
successfully-the grand total Sl0,976. Am so glad to have a part in
winning the war.
February 26-Attended opening of the U. S. S. Canteen at the
Y. W. C. A. big time, big crowd, big fun.
March l-Congratulations to the i944 Cager team for coming out
"on top" in the Y tournament.
March 3-Brotherhood week brought closer to home with talks by
three Army chaplains, Catholic, Jew and Protestant. Chaplain Raymond
P. Doll, Chaplain Gail Cleland, Chaplain A. A. Steinbeck. America is
so wonderful. I hope my childish preiudices are all buried and gone.
March ll-Sadie Hawkins Dance last night-many students happy
but tired after evening of Jiving.
March 15-Result of June Senior play tryouts announced. Carolyn
Harris and Bob Blevins will take top honors with Dorothy Moon and
Richard Newton in the supporting roles,
March I7-Saw new military sponsors today-all resplendent in
white flannel and gold braid. Margaret Bohannan, Billa Stovall, Wanda
Spain and Edith Province.
March 22-Three-day run of the Kiwanis CIub's "Youth Center
FolIies." Who'll forge the all male ballet chorus consisting of seven
March 31-Twenty-tive members elected into Honor Society. As
usual, enioyed the assembly.
April 5--We get Thursday and Friday for Easter Holidays this yearl
Goody, goodyl Q
April 12-Orchids should really go to Ruth Rimmer. She received
another essay prize, 510, for "Medical Science Fights at Home and
Abroad." That's the third timel She won the Fred Florence scholar-
ship for S200 to S. M. U. for her "Thrift" essay and S5 in war stamps
for "Why the Youth Institute Was Important to Me." Why can't I do
April i3-Track team brought home first honors in city meet for
second straight year. Pop's a great guy!
April 14-Pan American Day-Adamson Student Forum presented
the assembly. I wish I knew all those flags.
April 18-Great newsl Adamson won the Kiwanis Literary Trophy
for the first time in history of school. We placed first in boys and girls
debate, boys and girls extemporaneous speech and essay.
April 20-All seniors greeting each other with "Got your class
April 25-Saw some exes in the halls again today-a soldier, a
sailor, a marine, shaking hands with faculty and friends. Ribbons,
stars, bars and medals. That old Adamson spirit carries on! They
seemed happy to be back. Hope they think we're doing our part, too.
April 28-The best senior play ever seen, at least so the June '44
class thought. The actors really threw themselves into the parts ot
"Don't Keep Him Waiting."
May 4--"Have you got your senior day date?" "Gee, I wish I had
one with himl" . . . "'Gee, I wish I had one" tperiodl. Sounds
familiar doesn't it?
Moy 5--Hurrah for Jack Earnest. Received word that he won state
in extemporaneous speaking. The debators entered finals today. Here's
May 6-News that Girls Debate team, Ruth Rimmer and Janie
Tiepel, won first place in the state. Also heard that Rhea Nichols won
first place in the 880-yard run in the state track meet. He was the only
Dallas boy to win top honors.
May 7-Plans are being mode for commencement, Baccalaureate
Service, and Senior Day. It really is a wonderful feeling to know that
you're a senior. Yet, its hard to leave the good times behind.
May 8-This is good bye. The staff thanks all those who have
helped us in our trials. An annual, any time, is real work but in the
chaos of war, it sometimes is a terrible burden. We have had fun,
though and if our fellow students like it, we are happy-So long,
Puge One Hundred Thirty-five
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