The Oak, this year, has endeavoreH to
link activities and personalities of yester-
year with those of the present and in so
doing hopes to bring you enjoyment and
entertainment and to contribute to der
and lasting memories.
THE OAK STAFF
The W. H. Adamson High School has long been an Oak Cliff landmark
and tradition, dating back to the 1880's when it was known as Oak Cliff High
and was located first at Eighth Street and Lancaster Avenue and then at
Tenth and Patton Streets.
William Hardin Adamson, after serving as superintendent of the Oak
Cliff Schools and taking an active part in all West-of-the-Trinity activities,
became principal of the school situated at Tenth and Patton Streets, and
even yet there is evidence in the school of the spirit of honesty, forth-
rightness, and determination that the much-beloved and respected Mr.
Adamson instilled in all his associates.
The present building was completed in 1915, but it had only classrooms.
Through the years other parts were added 'and the school finally reached
its present encompassment.
The campus of Adamson was enlarged, finally incorporating the lots at
the corner of Eighth and Crawford Streets, the home of the artist Frank
Reaugh, who eventually, all the property around him being occupied by the
school campus, vacated his premises.
In 1914, the first football team was organized and the school began
battling its chief rival of the time, North Side of Ft. Worth. The year 1920
was a great one for Adamson High School because that year, under the
auspices of Coach Howard Allen, the football team, after winning two
uproarious games against Sherman, went to state finals and finally carried
off the state championship.
In 1923 and 1924 Adamson again came out a winner, taking the state
baseball and basketball championships. In other years our school has won
state championships in debate and in declamation.
To the deep regret and sorrow of all, in 1935 the venerable Mr. Adamson
went to his reward and was succeeded as principalof our school by Mr.
Howard A. Allen, who has since that time retained this position.
' The history and traditions of Adamson merit our pride and we students
take pleasure in our efforts to uphold the distinction of our school.
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HOWARD A. ALLEN
The primary aim of the W. H. Adamson High School
is the development of well-rounded, successful citizens
for a great democratic nation. Strong healthy bodies,
alert minds and Wholesome personalities, Well-grounded
in moral and spiritual values, are essential for this goal.
THOMAS W. MEEK
LONA BELLE SPRUIELL
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W. T. WHITE
Superintendent of Schools
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Edwin L. Rippy, M.D.
Mrs. Tracy H. Rutherford
Jack H. Breard
R. L. Dillard, Jr.
Mrs. Vernon D. Ingram
Franklin E. Spafford
Van M. Lamm
EWELL D. WALKER ROBERT H. McKAY FRANK L. WILLIAMS BRYAN ADAMS
Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Secretary-Business
Personnel Instruction Instruction Manager
First row: Helen Aduddell, French and English, Laura Alexander, Mathematics,
Jeanette Alston, Commercial, S. N. Baker, Commercial, Eurice Bass, Physical Educa-
tion, Anna Bell, History.
Second row: Minnie Bramlette, Mathematics, Idabel Cahaniss, Clothing, L. E. Camp-
bell, Mechanical Drawing, B. F. Carter, Orchestra, Troy Chandler, History, W. B.
Clement, R. O. T. C.
Third row: Mary L. Clyette, English, Rae Cullum, Physical Education, Verde Dickey,
Mathematics, Henrietta Eisenlohr, Journalism, Jane Etheridge, English, Ripple
Fourth row: W. Homer Fuller, Physical Education, Arvo Goddard, Band, Frank
First row: Gladys Hamby, Library Assistant, W. T. Hamilton, Physicsg Margaret
Harris, History, Mae Haseltine, English, J. H. Head, Mathematics, Wilhelmina
Hedde, Public Speaking.
Second row: Bobby Heizer, Mathematics, H. B. Hester, Wood Shop, Lorine Higgin-
botham, History, W. D. Hill, Mathematics, Physical Education, Geraldine Holloway,
Secretaryg Helen Horn, English.
Third row: Virginia Juergens, Spanish, Burl Kiger, History, Roberta King, Spanish,
Helen Kuehne, History, R. O. Ladd, Biology, Winnie Langford, History.
Fourth row: L. C. Leftwich, Mathematics, Lucile McNiel, Study Hall, J. Henderson
First row: D. E. Melton, Hazel Miller, Typing, Katherine Moll, Nurse, Morelle
Moore, Study Hall, James Nall, History, Eugenia Newberry, Spanish, Latin.
Second row: Carl Nutley, Debate, Nell Page, Distributive Education, Anne Patrick,
English, ,lewella Riley, Physical Education, Mabel Rockett, English,Ruth Ruffin,
Third row: Charles Sanford, Typing, Meredith Schroeder, Art, P. T. Shores, Account-
ing, R. N. Smith, Mathematics, Joe Stalcup, English and Debate, Blanche Stovall
Fourth row: Joe Teague, Music, Frances Thompson, Library, Kirby Watkins.
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OBJECTS OF P.T.A.
To PROMOTE child welfare in home, school, church and community.
To RAISE the standards of home life.
To SECURE adequate laws for the care and protection of children
To BRING into closer relation the home and the school, that parents
and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the training of the
To DEVELOP between educators and the general public such
united efforts as will secure for every child the highest advantages
in' physical, mental, social and spiritual education.
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Mrs. J. O. Stewart
Mrs. A. M. Cook
Mrs. Corliss Watson
. Mrs. J. Ardell Ward
Mrs. M. E. Tey
Mrs. Wayne P. Bridges
Mrs. Ray L. Tribble
Mrs. R. C. Carpenter
, Mrs. Reuben Schmitt
Mrs. E. G. Robbins
Mrs. W. F. Sieber
., Mrs. E. W. Sudderth
Mrs. Pete Andrian
Mrs. Bud Greene
Mrs. Sam Timpa
PURPOSE OF DAD'S CLUB
The chief function of the Adamson Dad's Club is to sponsor and finance
worthwhile projects for the school and student body which are not normally
provided for in the regular school budget.
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F. D. Nelson
V. S. Twaddell
W. H. Pitcock
W. A. Thompson
J. T. Depew
H. D. Burkhalter
I. B. Miller
K. K. Kennamer
H. A. Allen
ln memory of PLAY DOWNS NELSON
frienrl of Adamson High School-loyal in spirit.
generous and willing in service, sympathetic in
attitude, and deeply interested in the welfare of both
students and faculty.
Miss Ruth Bell and two of her helpers working Miss Clyette teaching Hyong English.
on Senior Counseling.
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Miss Aduddell studying with her French students. Mr. Nall showing assistants how to count money
while Luther observes.
Look at that smile! Miss Etheridge seems happy Mr. Stalcup must have told a good joke to his
over her students' bright answers. debaters.
Brother Smith explaining a difficult Geometry Miss Miller and Mr. Sanford chatting while stu-
problem to intelligent students. dents type.
Dictation! Mr. Baker's got quite a job teaching Miss King enjoys teaching beginners El Camino
this to pupils. Real.
We look up to Mr. Melton. JUS! wait!
Geneva Leslie, calling all hockey players! Do-re-mi-fa-so-la-ti
My hoyfrlend takes woodshopl MICS Harris IHSIIUFIIDU her Qtudy Club members
How to kill your future husband in one easy Glen Odle. "I know why you weren't here yes-
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PRESIDENT ,,,,,,,.,,,,,. I., Buddy Bryant
VICE PRESIDENT SSSSSSS. Richard Reed
SECRETARY ,.7.. ....,. R ita Kempe
Allied Youth, Student Council, Track and Foot-
ball Manager, President Boys' Chorus, Hi-Y.
Student Council, Select Chorus, Y-Teens, Social
Dance Club, PT Aide, Linz Award, Allied Youth,
WILLIAM JosEPH AVERY
Allied Youth, Distributive Education.
Dallas Historical Society, Allied Youth, Select
Chorus, ROTC, Linz Bible Award, Basketball.
Golf Team, Golf Letterman, Allied Youth.
MARY Lou BATLA
National Honor Society, Allied Youth, Secretary
Pan American Club, Dramatics Club, National
Thespians, Musical Review, Select Chorus, All
City Chorus, Linz and Everts Award.
EMMA Loo BILDERBACK
National Thespians, Pan American Club, Allied
Youth, Musical Review, All City Chorus, Belles'
Trio, Student Council, Oak Representative, Na-
tional Honor Society.
Art Club. Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Book Review
Club, Ice Skating Club, Red Cross Representa-
tive, PT Aide.
Football, Allied Youth.
ADA NELL BRAU
Vice.President Art Club, Book Review Club,
Allied Youth, Dallas Historical Society, Leopard
Regimental Executive Officer, Officers' Club,
Hi-Y, Allied Youth.
CHARLES THOMAS BRITTINGHAM
Key Club, Hi-Y, Sports Club, Allied Youth.
President 4A Class, Vice President 4B Class,
Hi-Y, Allied Youth, Oak Business Staff, Oak
Representative, Sports Club, Student Council.
Track, Allied Youth.
ROTC Reserve Officer, Allied Youth, Engineer
ing club, National Honor Society.
Y-Teens, Allied Youth, National Thespians, Ten-
nis, lce Skating, Dallas Historical Society, Linz
and Everts Award, Debate Club, Student As-
sistant, National Honor Society.
Baseball and Football Letterman, ND" Club,
Hi-Y, Allied Youth.
Two-Year Football Letterman, "D" Club, Hi-Y,
Allied Youth, National Honor Society.
Two-Year Football Letterman, Baseball Letter-
man, Hi-Y, "D" Club, Allied Youth, National
Editor of Acorn, Square Dance Club, Allied
Football Letterman, Track, Allied Youth, Hi-Y,
Basketball, Allied Youth, Acorn Reporter, Oak
Business Staff, Sports Club.
Two-Year Football Manager, Sports Editor of
Acorn, "D" Club, Hi-Y, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, Junior Boneheads.
Allied Youth, Art Club, Pan American Club,
Movie Projection Club, Jody Drill Team, Offi-
JAMES B. DAVIS
ROTC, Officers' Club, Sports Club, Allied Youth.
Baseball Letterman, "D" Club, Secretary 3B
Class, Sports Editor of Acorn, Allied Youth, PT
Aide, SportSman's Club.
JERRY CLYDE DoNALD
Vice President 1B Class, Allied Youth, Football,
Ice Skating Club, Social Dance, Hi-Y.
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Leopardette 52-54, Student XCounci1, Secretary
Dallas Historical Society, Girls' Chorus, Y-Teens,
Student Assistant, Ice Skating Club, Modeling
Club, Allied Youth.
Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Dallas Historical Society,
Home Economics Club, Social Dance.
Acorn Reporter, Student Council, Y-Teens, Dal-
las Historical Society, Select Chorus, Girls'
Sports Club, Art Club, Senior Invitation Com-
Allied Youth, Officers' Club, Industrial Club.
Art Club, Square Dance Club, Radio Club.
PATSY RUTH FIELDS
Dallas Historical Society, Book Review Club,
Allied Youth, Home Economics Club, PT Aide.
Allied Youth, Business Manager of Acorn, Social
Dance, Tennis Club, Student Council.
MARY ALICE FLOYD
Allied Youth, Roller Skating, Ice Skating, Dallas
Golf, Ice Skating Club, Allied Youth, Boxing,
Stage Crew, Motion Picture Operator, Distribu-
tive Education, Dramatics Club.
Allied Youth, Gun Club, Radio Club, Distribu-
National Honor Society, Linz and Everts Award,
Student Council, Oak Representative, Allied
Youth, Attendance Award.
Allied Youth, NCO Club, VI Club.
Cheerleader 53-54, Hi-Y, Key Club, Allied Youth,
Basketball, Chairman Senior Day Program.
Allied Youth, Boys' Chorus, Social Dance Club
Radio Club, Geology Club.
Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Social Dance, PT Aide,
Acorn Staff, Girls' Chorus, Dallas Historical So-
ciety, Girls, Sports Club, Roller Skating Club.
Distributive Education, Allied Youth, Drill Team,
Non Commissioned Officer, Boys' Chorus, ROTC.
National Thespian, Allied Youth, Select Chorus,
National Honor Society, National Forensic
League, President National Thespians, Linz and
Everts Award, City Champ in Declamation, Stu-
dent Council, Debate Letterman, Secretary 2B
Class, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, PT Aide, Dallas Historical Society,
Home Economics Club, Oak Representative.
Office Assistant, Football Queen, Allied Youth,
Cheerleader, Y-Teens, Student Council, Chair-
man Social Committee, National Thespians, Vice
President Book Review Club, PT Aide.
Vice President National Honor Society, Linz and
Everts Award, Key Club, Officers' Club, Foot-
ball, Track, Captain Rifle Team, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, Basketball, Baseball.
Select Chorus, Allied Youth, Social Dance,
Junior Boneheads, Hi-Y, Blue Choir.
EDDIE EARL HORTON
Football, Letterman, Track, Student Council,
Hi-Y, Allied Youth.
Officers' Club, Camera Club, Allied Youth.
BOBBY LOYD J ONES
Distributive Education, Allied Youth.
Distributive Education, Allied Youth, Social
Dance Club, Platter Club.
Football, Hi-Y, Allied Youth.
Cheerleader 52-54, Select Chorus, Favorite Under-
class Girl 53, Secretary of 4-A Class, Allied
Youth, Student Assistant, Oak Representative,
Allied Youth, Officers' Club, Hi-Y, Non-Com
Club, Sports Club.
Distributive Education, Allied Youth, Social
Dance, Platter Club.
Alternate Cheerleader 53-54, Allied Youth, Social
Dance, Press Club.
PEGGY J oAN LAMBERT
Linz Pin, Leopard Teen, Allied Youth, Ice Skat-
ing Club, Typing Club, National Honor Society.
Hi-Y, Allied Youth, Basketball, Football, Boxing
Select Chorus, Football, ROTC, Social Dance
Club, Ice Skating Club, Roller Skating Club.
LEo LOGAN, JR.
Allied Youth, Salesmanship, Future Ministers,
National Thespians, Leopard Teens, Y-Teens, PT
Aide, Pan American Club, Social Dance Club,
Girls' Chorus, Allied Youth, Nurses' Club.
Officers' Club, Allied Youth, Vice president 3A
Class, Rifle Team, Social Dance Club, Select
Basketball, Baseball, Hi-Y, Football, Allied
Youth, Student Council, Sportsman's Club.
Basketball, Allied Youth, Acorn Reporter, Social
Dance Club, Hi-Y.
Camera Club, National Future Teachers, Foren-
sic League, Debate Club, Linz Award, Allied
Youth, Historical Society, National Honor So-
ALMA ELAINE MooRE
Leopardette, Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Linz Bible
Award, lce Skating Club, Student Assistant, Linz
and Everts Award, Modeling Club, National
Distributive Education, Motion Picture Opera-
tors' Club, Stage Crew Manager, Junior Bone-
head Club, Future Teachers of America Club,
HARMON DONALD MooRE
Distributive Education, Hunting and Fishing
Club, Social Dance Club, Sales Club, Boxing
EDMUND H. MORGAN
Officers' Club, Motion Picture Operator, Allied
Youth, Blue Band, Red Cross.
Student Council. Blue Band, Medical Profes-
sions, Allied Youth, ROTC, Hi-Y.
Secretary Social Dance Club, President Sports
Club, ROTC Sponsor, PT Aide, Allied Youth,
Select Chorus, Linz Pin, Bible Award, Scholar-
ship Club, National Thespians, National Honor
PAULA MARIE MURPHY
Linz and Everts Award, National Honor Society,
Oak Representative. Distributive Education, Al-
lied Youth, Member Student Council.
Football, Student Council, Vice President Allied
Youth, Secretary Hi-Y, Track, "D" Club, Presi-
dent 2A Class.
Football Letterman, Junior Bonehead. Hi-Y, Al-
lied Youth, Student Council.
National Honor Society, National Thespians,
National Forensic League, Debate Letterman.
Pan American, Junior Red Cross Council, Allied
Youth, Clothing Award, Attendance Award. Linz
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JAMES MICHAEL PEsCoR
National Honor Society, Concert Master Dal-Hi
Orchestra, Linz and Everts Award, French Award.
JOHN K. POPHAM, JR.
Allied Youth, Social Dance Club.
Football, Allied Youth, Social Dance Club.
Dallas Historical Society, Home Economics Club,
National Thespians, Social Dance, Allied Youth,
PATSY RUTH PRINCE
Secretary 3A, 4B Class, Y-Teens, National Thes-
pians, Linz Award, Alternate Cheerleader, PT
Aide, Student Council, Allied Youth, Girls'
President National Honor Society, Tennis Team,
Allied Youth, Student Council, Linz and Everts
National Honor Society, Secretary Pan American
Club, Linz Bible Awards, Linz and Everts Award,
Office Assistant, Senior Invitation Committee,
Allied Youth, Y-Teens.
President Pan American Club, Student Council,
Linz Award, Baseball, Allied Youth, Junior Red
Cross Council, Scholarship Club, National Honor
Cheerleader 52-54, Best All-Around Under Class
Boy, President Key Club, Vice President Senior
Class, Senior Program Committee, Student Coun-
cil, Hi-Y, Allied Youth.
Football Letterman, Track Letterman, 2A, 4B
Vice President, Allied Youth, Hi-Y, "D" Club.
QJAYJ AUBREY LEE REESE
Hi-Y, Allied Youth, Football, Linz Pin, Junior
Boneheads, National Honor Society.
Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Art Club, Social Dance
Club Home Economics, Oak Representative, Na-
tional Honor Society.
J. M. RIGGS
Sports Club, Allied Youth.
MARJORIE LEA SCHMITT
National Honor Society, Vice President National
Thespians, National Forensic League, Secretary
Student Council, Linz and Everts Award, Dallas
Historical Society, Camera Club, Student Assist-
ant, Red Cross Council, Square Dance Club.
DOYLE uPETE,, SELF
Allied Youth, Distributive Education, Boxing,
Red Cross Representative, Sym Allastant, Social
Dance, Nursing Club, Home Economics Club,
Jo ANN SMITH
ROTC Sponsor, Leopardette, Majorette, Best All-
Around Under Class Girl, Senior Social Com-
mittee, 2B Vice President, Allied Youth, Y-Teens,
Student Assistant, Hy-Tones Sextet.
Secretary National Honor Society, National Thes-
pians, Select Chorus, Blue Choir, Linz and Everts
Award, Tennis Team, Student Council, Office
Assistant, lce Skating Club, Allied Youth.
Modeling. Home Ee Club, Allied Youth.
National Honor Society. National Thespians.
President Y-Teens. Vive President and Program
Chairman. Chairman Senior Invitation Commit-
tee. Senior Program Committee, Select Chorus.
Linz and Everts Award. Allied Youth. Girls'
Basketball Letterman. Baseball, Hi-Y. ND' Club,
Allied Youth. Student Council.
Allied Youth, Junior Boneheads. Social Dance
Hi-Y, Allied Youth. Football.
DOUGLAS RECINALD THOMAS
Stage Crew. Red Cross, Allied Youth, Junior
National Thespians. Blue Band. Orchestra. All-
City Band. ROTC Sponsor, Camera Club. Allied
Youth, Y-Teens. PT Aide. Four-Year Band Let-
Golf Club. NCO Club. Band. PT Aide. Social
French. Modeling Club.
Home Economies, Dallas Historical Society.
Linz Pin, Leopard Teens. lce Skating Club, Typ-
Art Club, Select Chorus, Blue Choir, Skating
Club, Allied Youth, Y-Teens.
Student Council, Key Club, National Forensic
League, Officers' Club.
Allied Youth, Ice Skating Club, Roller Skating
Club, Mixed Chorus.
Allied Youth, Leopard Teens, Skating Club, Typ-
ing Club, Magicians' Club.
Student Council, President 1B Class, Linz Pin,
Football Letterman, Track Team, Regimental
Commander. Key Club, MD" Club, Officers' Club,
Distributive Education, Allied Youth, Junior
Boneheads, Social Dance Club.
Student Council, Student Assistant, Linz Pin,
Select Chorus tSecretaryl, Musical Revue, Y-
Teens, Ice Skating Club, Allied Youth.
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VICE PRESIDENT .,,w,7, Wayne Reed
SECRETARY ..,.,.., ., ,,. K ay Klecka
Leopard Teens, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, Hi-Y, Junior Boneheads, Football.
Student Council, President National Thespians,
Best Supporting Actress, Contest Play, Sports
Club, Ice Skating Club, Y-Teens, Allied Youth,
Health and Welfare Committee.
PATRICIA ANN BAILEY
Linz Bible Award, Advanced Bible Award, Leop-
ard Teens, Dallas Historical Society, Square
Dance Club, Social Dance Club. Latin Club,
Girls' Chorus, Library Assistant.
Petroleum Club, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, Social Dance Club, Hi-Y.
Select Chorus, Dallas Historical Society, Model-
ing Club, Linz Bible Award, Allied Youth.
Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Sports Club, Dallas His-
Oak Representative, Head Leopardette, Student
Assistant, Social Dance Club, Dallas Historical
Society, Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Linz Bible
Award, Linz and Everts Award.
National Forensic League, Debate Club, Key
Club, Allied Youth, Junior Boneheads.
FHA, Select Chorus, National Thespians.
Leopard Teens, Square Dance Club, Allied Youth.
Majorette, Leopardette, Vice President 2A class,
Senior Social Committee, Select Chorus, Y-Teens,
Dallas Historical Society, Treasurer Allied Youth,
Social Dance Club, Secretary 3B Class.
Dallas Historical Society, Allied Youth, Square
Dance Club, Hi-Y.
Basketball and Baseball Letterman K3 yearsl,
President 2B, 2A 3A Classes, President Key
Club, Pan Am Club, Allied Youth, Sports Ed-
itor of Oak, Outstanding Junior Boy Award,
Linz Award, Vice President Student Council.
National Thespians, Linz Bible Award, Sports
Club, Student Assistant, Ice Skating Club.
Allied Youth, Baseball, Basketball, Junior Bone-
heads, Ice Skating Club, Acorn Reporter, Key
French Club, Allied Youth, Ice Skating Club.
Debate Letterman, National Forensic League,
Scholarship Club, Dallas Historical Society, Y-
Teens, Allied Youth, Oak Representative.
I.C.T., lce Skating Club, Allied Youth.
Linz Award, Leopardettes 52-54, Select Chorus,
Pan. Am Club, Oak Representative, Dallas His-
torical Society, Y-Teens, lce Skating Club, Ten-
nis, Allied Youth.
Leopard Teens, Allied Youth, Sports Club, Social
Dance, Dallas Historical Society.
National Forensic League, Key Club, Allied
Youth, Debate Club.
Leopardette. Football Princess, Secretary Allied
Youth, Dallas Historical Society, Y-Teens, PT
Aide, Student Assistant, Social Dance Club, Ice
Skating Club, Tennis.
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Social Dance Club, Art Club, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, Pan American Club, Social Dance
Club, Library Service Club, Y-Teens, Sports Club,
BETTY KWILLIAMSJ COOK
Allied Youth, Dallas Historical Society, Model-
DAVID QBUDDYJ COOK
Linz Bible Award, Student Council, Allied Youth,
Hi-Y, Square Dance Club.
Baseball, Allied Youth, Band, Hi-Y, Student
Football, Bonehead Club, Allied Youth, Acorn
Hi-Y, Key Club, Basketball, Baseball. Allied
Rifle Team, Allied Youth, Radio Club, Gun
Club, Jody Drill Team.
Track, Allied Youth, Sportsman's Club, Camera
Allied Youth, Art Club, Social Dance Club,
Select Chorus, Musical Revue, Dallas Historical
BEN THOMAS DAY
Pan American Club.
Junior Red Cross, Student Council, Distributive
Education, Allied Youth, Social Dance Club,
Square Dance Club, Leopard Teens.
Pan American Club, Library Service Club, Sec-
retary National Thespians, One Act Play, Dra-
matic Achievement Award, Dramatic Club.
National Honor Society. National Forensic
League, National Thespians, Debate Letterman,
Literary Editor of Oak, Acorn Staff, Band Spon-
sor, Student Assistant, Pan American Club, Linz
and Everts Award.
Girls' Sports Club, Camera Club. Allied Youth,
Social Dance Club, Folk Dance Club, Red Cross,
Roller Skating, Library Assistant. ROTC Secre-
Distributive Education, Allied Youth. Football.
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Dancing Club, Social Dancing Club.
Majorette, Leopardette, Allied Youth, Social
Dance Club, Tennis Club, Dallas Historical So-
ciety, Ice Skating Club.
MARJORIE ANN ELLIS
National Honor Society, Senior Y-Teens, Base-
ball Sweetheart, National Thespians, Oak Rep-
resentative, lce Skating Club, Sports Club, Linz
Award, Debate Club, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, lce Skating Club, Sports Club.
National Honor Society, Linz and Everts Award,
Acorn Staff, Debate Club. Dramatic Club,
Scholarship Club, Pen Pal Club, Student As-
sistant, Sports Club, French Club.
BARBARA F ARRAR
Leopardettes 52-54, Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Dallas
Historical Society, Ice Skating Club, Mixed
Chorus, Social Dance Club, Tennis.
Pen Pal Club, Allied Youth.
National Honor Society, Editor-in-Chief of Oak,
Linz and Everts Award, National Thespians, Pan
American Club, Dallas Historical Society, Student
Assistant, Scholarship Club, Tennis Team, Allied
Social Dancing, Square Dancing, Distributive Ed-
ucation, Allied Youth.
EBERHARD H. FOERSTER
Allied Youth, Science Club, Engineering Club,
Dallas Historical Society, Linz Pin, Scholarship
J. B. FREEMAN
Boxing Club, Magicians' Club, Distributive Edu-
Distributive Education, Allied Youth, Pan Ameri-
Allied Youth, Pan American Club, Officers' Club,
Drill Team, Oak Representative, Student Coun-
Blue Band, Medical Professions Club, All-City
Band, Allied Youth.
Boys' Chorus, Military Band Member.
Home Economics Club, Allied Youth, Book Re-
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MICHAEL N. GALBRAITH
National Honor Society, Officers' Club, Tennis
Team, Junior Red Cross Council, Dallas Histori-
cal Society, Science Club, Geology Club, Latin
Club, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, PT Aide, Student Assistant, Book
Review Club, Dallas Historical Society, Home
Ee Club, Leopard Teens. ,
National Honor Society, Linz and Everts Award.
Scholarship Club, Student Council, Student As-
sistant, Allied Youth, Dallas Historical Society.
Pan American Club, Allied Youth. Student Coun-
Student Council, Dallas Historical Society, Allied
Youth, Library Council. Social Dance Club.
Allied Youth, Basketball, Track, Jody Drill Team.
Allied Youth, Select Chorus.
National Forensic League, National Thespians,
Secretary Student Council, Regimental Sponsor,
Debate Letterman, Acorn Staff, Linz and Everts
Award, PT Aide, Girls' Sports Club, Allied
National Honor Society, Allied Youth, Scholar-
ship Club, Art Club, Social Dance.
J OE GRIGSBY
Allied Youth, Football.
National Honor Society, Cheerleader, Senior So-
cial Committee, Student Council, Y-Teens, Sec-
retary lA, 3B Classes, Allied Youth.
JAMES BERKELEY HARBIN
Allied Youth, Football.
Track, Red Cross Council, Dallas Historical So-
ciety, Allied Youth.
Select Chorus, Football, Vice President Freshman,
Sophomore Classes, Boxing Club, Allied Youth.
National Honor Society, National Thespians, Dal-
las Historical Society, Y-Teens, Allied Youth,
Linz and Everts Award, Vice President 3B Class,
Oak Representative, Linz Bible Award, Cheer-
Bonehead Club, Student Council, National Honor
Society, Motion Picture Operator Club, Scholar-
ship Club, Linz and Everts Award, Debate Letter-
man, Allied Youth, Debate Club.
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Linz and Everts Award, Scholarship Club, Al-
lied Youth, Dallas Historical Society.
J . T. HILL
Three-Year Basketball Letterman, Allied Youth,
Hi-Y, "D" Club.
Allied Youth, Social Dancing Club, Square Dance
W. D. HOLLON
Band, All-City Band, Allied Youth, Officers'
GERALD RAY HONEYCUTT
Football, Allied Youth, Social Dance Club, Pan
American Club, Square Dance Club, Basketball,
Social Dance Club, Student Council, PT Aide,
Allied Youth, Hi-Y, Baseball, PT Aide, Football
Letterman, "D" Club.
Allied Youth, Home Ec Club, Y-Teens, Band,
JAMES RALPH HUNT
Distributive Education, Allied Youth, Boxing.
Square Dance Club, lce Skating Club, Social
Dance Club, Select Chorus, Dallas Historical
Society, Allied Youth.
Tennis Team, Secretary Junior Red Cross, Stu-
dent Assistant, Sports Club, Allied Youth, Treas-
urer Junior Red Cross.
PT Aide, Gym. Assistant, Oak Representative,
Social Dance Club, Girls' Sports Club, Y-Teens,
Acorn Staff, Allied Youth.
Home Economics Club, Allied Youth, Book Re-
Football Letterman, Hi-Y, Vice President Allied
Youth, Junior Boneheads.
DELOIS J OHNSON
Square Dancing, Social Dancing, Distributive Ed-
ucation, Allied Youth, Leopard Teens, Home
Allied Youth, Projectionist, Baseball, Basketball,
ND" Club, Industrial Engineering.
Allied Youth, Sports Club.
Drill Team, Square Dance Club.
National Honor Society, Linz and Everts Award,
National Thespians, Allied Youth, Student As-
sistant, Select Chorus, Ice Skating Club, Acorn
Staff, Linz Bible Award.
BETTYE EARLENE KING
Oak Representative, Social Dance Club, Art Club,
Allied Youth, Ice Skating Club.
Majorette 52-54, Leopardette, Best All-Around
Underclass Girl, Secretary 4B Class, Senior Social
Chairman, Student Council, Y-Teens, PT Aide,
Allied Youth, Select Chorus.
Baseball, Tennis Team, Allied Youth, Social
Dancing, Senior Hi-Y, Tennis Club.
Allied Youth, Social Dance, Sports Club, Square
Dance Club, Modeling Club.
I BEVERLY LAIGN
Select Chorus, Scholarship Club, Pan American
Club, Allied Youth, Nurses' Club.
PT Aide, Allied Youth, Girls' Chorus, Social
Dance Club, Ice Skating Club, Tennis Club, Linz
Allied Youth, Football, Track, Sportsman's Club,
Camera Club, Bonehead Club.
Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club, Allied Youth, Debate
J ESSIE LEWELLEN
Select Chorus, Home Economies Club, Allied
Youth, Athletic Princess, Gym Assistant, Student
Council, Acorn Staff.
Allied Youth, Gun Club.
J IMMIE LINDSEY
Allied Youth, Girls' Sports Club.
National Honor Society, Majorette 52-54, Nation-
al Thespians, Scholarship Club, Senior Invitation
Committee, Office Assistant, Oak Staff, Student
Council, Linz and Everts Awards, Ice Skating
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Girls' Sports Club, Roller Skating Club, Gym
Assistant, Allied Youth, Red Cross, Camera Club,
Social Dance Club, Folk Dance Club.
Linz and Everts, National Honor Society Award,
Allied Youth, Select Chorus, Student Council,
National Thespians, National Forensic League,
All-City Band, President Junior Red Cross, C0-
Drum Major of Blue Band 52-54-.'
Select Chorus, Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Musical
Revue, Sports Club.
MOLLIE JEAN LOONEY
Square Dance Club, Typing Club, Distributive
Leopard Teens, Student Assistant, Red Cross, Ice
Skating Club, Modeling Club, Home Ee Club,
Tennis Team, Band, Allied Youth, Linz Bible
Award, Tennis Club, Senior Hi-Y.
Leopardette 52-54, Select Chorus, Y-Teens, Oak
Representative, Modeling Club, Musical Revue,
Student Assistant, PT Aide, Girls' Sports Club,
Allied Youth, Future Teachers, Leopard Teens,
Y-Teens, Home EC Club, Secretary Club, Stu-
Allied Youth, Distributive Education, Sports
Club, Modeling Club.
Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club, Ice Skating Club,
Allied Youth, Social Dance Club.
BILLY JACK MCKEE
Gun Club, Camera Club.
Allied Youth, Juvenile Traffic Court, Social
Dance Club, Girls' Sports Club.
Allied Youth, Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club.
Blue Band, Secretary Camera Club, Square Dance
Club, Allied Youth, Chorus, Distributive Educa-
tion, Sports Club.
National Honor Soqiety, Allied Youth, Dallas
Historical Society, Girls' Sports Club, Linz and
Everts Award, Acorn Staff.
National Honor Society, Vice President Debate
Club, Vice President PT Aide, City Champ Ex-
temporaneous, Camera Club, Student Director
Band, International Trustee Key Club, National
Thespians, All City Band and Orchestra.
EVELYN AUGUSTA MICHAEL
Distributive Education, Social Dancing, Square
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Social Dance Club, Distributive Education,
Square Dance Club.
Junior Boneheads, Sportsmarfs Club, Camera
Club, Allied Youth, Baseball Manager.
Allied Youth, O. T. Linz Award, Dramatics Club,
National Forensic League, National Thespians,
Select Chorus, Art Club, Blue Choir, PT Aide.
Select Chorus, Debate Club, National Thespians,
Linz and Everts Award, National Honor Society,
Debate Letterman, Band Letterman, Pan Ameri-
can Club, Allied Youth, Linz Bible Award.
National Honor Society, Dallas Historical Society,
Allied Youth, Acorn Staff, Linz and Everts
Award, Scholarship Club, Tennis Club, Office
CARL K. MORRISON
Allied Youth, Geology Club, Boxing Club, Pan
American Club, Bonehead Club.
Leopard Teens, Sports Club, Social Dance Club,
Allied Youth, Acorn Reporter, Baseball Letter-
man, Boneheads, Hi-Y.
DONNA JOAN MUSSER
Girls' Sports Club, Allied Youth, Ice Skating
National Honor Society, Linz Bible Award, Stu-
dent Council, Pan American Club, Leopard Teens,
Allied Youth, Scholarship Club, Linz and Everts
Social Dance Club, Senior Hi-Y.
Ice Skating Club, Girls' Sports Club, Allied
Youth, Social Dance Club.
Football Letterman. Mn
Allied Youth, Sports Club, Oak Representative. gg,-ny
Band, French Club, Officers' Club, Dance Club,
Allied Youth, Future Teachers, Architects and
Leopard Teens, Allied Youth, Tennis, Y-Teens,
All City Band, Blue Band, Allied Youth, Dallas
Historical Society, Camera Club, Scholarship
Majorette, Leopardette, Secretary 2B Class.
Senior Invitation Committee, Student Council,
Oak Representative, Y-Teens, Allied Youth.
Modeling Club, Student Assistant.
lce Skating Club, Tennis Club, Allied Youth.
Dallas Historical Society.
BETTY LOU PIERCE
Leopard Teens, Linz Bible Award, Dallas His-
torical Society, Allied Youth, Medical Profes-
sions Club, Scholarship Club.
Nurses' Club, Home Economics Club, Allied
Youth, Leopard Teens.
Oak Business Staff, Student Council, Student
Assistant, Red Cross Representative, Oak Rep-
resentative, Social Dance Club, Dallas Histor-
ical Society, Y-Teens.
Leopardette, Majorette, Allied Youth, ROTC
Sponsor, Y-Teens, Social Dance Club, Student
Assistant, Roller Skating Club.
Baseball, Basketball Manager, Key Club, Senior
Hi-Y, Allied Youth, "D" Club.
Rifle Team, Drill Team, All-City Rifle Shot, Gun
Club, Allied Youth, Social Dance Club.
Select Chorus, Architects and Engineering Club,
Allied Youth, Orchestra, Future Teachers Club,
Dallas Historical Society.
Select Chorus, Allied Youth.
JEANETTE KSTRAINJ ROBSON
Head Leopardette, Secretary 3A Class, Senior ln-
vitation Committee, Select Chorus, President
PT Aides, Y-Teens, Allied Youth.
STEPHEN G. RODRIGUEZ
Pan American Club. lce Skating Club, Allied
Debate Club, Junior Bonehead Club, Key Club,
National Forensic League, Debate Letterman,
City Declamation Champ, Linz and Everts
CAROLYN MARIE ROWE
Art Club. Oak Representative. PT Aide.
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Track, Football, Allied Youth.
Baseball Letterman, Basketball Letterman, Vice
President Key Club, Allied Youth, Hi-Y, "D"
National Honor Society, Linz and Everts Award,
Select Chorus, Pan American Club, lce Skating
Club, Book Review Club, Scholarship Club,
Pen Pal Club, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, Sports Club.
Basketball, Allied Youth, Junior Bonehead Club.
National Honor Society, Linz and Everts Award,
Student Council, Student Assistant, Pan Ameri-
can Club, Y-Teens, Sports Club, Allied Youth,
Scholarship Club, Tennis.
Girls' Chorus, Dallas Historical Society, Allied
Youth, Student Assistant.
Hi-Y, Tennis Team, Linz Award, Allied Youth,
Tennis Club, Social Dance Club, Red Cross
Track, Allied Youth, Hi-Y.
Allied Youth, Modeling Club, Linz Award, Dis-
ROSE JEAN SMITH
Select Chorus, Medical Professions Club,
Nurses' Club, Allied Youth, PT Aide, Scholar-
ship Club, National Honor Society.
MARY NELL SNIDER
National Honor Society, Linz and Everts Award,
Spelling Award, Book Review Club President,
Pan American Club, Student Assistant, Y-Teens.
Junior Red Cross Council, Allied Youth, Leop-
Select Chorus, Modeling, Allied Youth, Dallas
Dallas Historical Society, Allied Youth, Gun
Leopardette, ROTC Sponsor, Ice Skating Club,
Student Assistant, Y-Teens, Allied Youth, Ten-
nis, Modeling Club, Pan American Club.
National Honor Society, Linz and Everts Award,
Select Chorus Pianist, Winner Spelling Contest,
Science Club, Blank Spots Trio, Tennis Club.
Officers' Club, Social Dance, Ice Skating Club,
Medical Professions Club, Dallas Historical So-
ciety, Linz Award, Allied Youth, Student Assist-
ant, .Iunior Red Cross.
Allied Youth, Scholarship Club, Linz Award,
Office Assistant, Dallas Historical Society.
PHYLLIS ANNE STITH
Leopard Teens, Allied Youth, Y-Teens.
Allied Youth, Football, Basketball Manager.
Baseball, Student Council, Acorn Staff.
Jody Drill Team Commander, Social Dance
Club, Officers' Club, Allied Youth, Student
Council, Engineers' Club, Pan American Club.
JAMES L. SULLIVAN
Student Council, Jody Drill Team, Officers'
Club, Allied Youth, Junior Boneheads.
Art Club, Leopard Teens, Allied Youth, Y-Teens.
A.H.S., Camera Club, Allied Youth, SpOrtsman'S
Pan American Club, Dallas Historical Society,
Y-Teens, Allied Youth.
ROTC Sponsor, Student Assistant, Allied Youth,
Y-Teens, Social Dance Club.
Officers' Club, Ice Skating Club, Allied Youth.
Officers' Club, Ice Skating Club, Allied Youth,
Linz Award, Allied Youth.
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Select Chorus. Student Council, Social Dance,
Camera Club, Tennis Club.
Baseball Letterman, Football Letterman, All City
Allied Youth, Track.
Allied Youth, Football, Sports Club, Gun Club.
CHARLES KWOOBYJ WATKINS
Gun Club, Boxing Club, Allied Youth.
President IA-2B-2A-3B-3A-4B Classes, Football
Letterman, Student Council. Hi-Y Treasurer,
Allied Youth, Favorite Underclass Boy, HD"
Camera Club, Social Dance Club, Allied Youth.
Band, Mixed Chorus, Basketball, Baseball, Ten-
nis Club, Platter Club.
Allied Youth, Football. Sports Club. Boxing
GLADYS JOYE WHITE
Majorette, Blue Band. Girls' Chorus, Social
Dance Club, French Club, Allied Youth, Dis-
BEN WIDENER .
Junior Boneheads, Motion Picture Operator, Al-
Engineers' Club, Allied Youth.
Allied Youth, Camera Club, SPOTISIHHHQS Club.
Distributive Education. '
Football, Allied Youth, Oak Representative. PT
Aide, Boxing Club, Hi-Y.
Basketball. Allied Youth, Football.
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BILLY PAUL BOURLAND
Hi-Y, Band, VIC, Allied Youth.
Football Letterman, Basketball Letterman, Hi-Y,
Key Club, Allied Youth Officer, "D" Club, Base-
Book Review Club, Allied Youth.
Hi-Y, Football, Allied Youth, Social Dance Club.
Student Council, Library Council, Pan-American
Club, Linz Award. Student Assistant.
Future Nurses Club, Y-Teens, Orchestra.
Medical Professions Club, Modeling Club, Two
Year Linz Award.
Dallas Historical Society, Modeling Club, Allied
Youth. Linz Award.
Fashion Club, Square Dance Club.
CAROLE N EFF
Scholarship Club, Square Dance Club, Allied
W' Band, Junior Medical Professions
Sportsman Club, Linz and Everts
Club, Select Chorus, Football,
SUMMER SCHOOL 1954
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3A OFFICERS 3B OFFICERS
PRESIDENT .,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.5,..,,,7,, A . C. Miller PRESIDENT A...7,. ...,,,,......,, J immy Bohanon
VICE PRESIDENT ,,,,.v. .,E7A I ames Angell VTCE PRESIDENT ..,,......A, Bob Linebarger
SECRETARY . ....,,..,.. C..... Connie Boone SECRETARY ......4,.,-.. ......A, J can Thompson
First row: Connie Boone, Emogene Frank, Patsy Wyatt, Janice Fomby, Nan Brittingham. Second
row: James Angell, Bob Ratcliff, Gerald Spencer, Harry Zimmerman, Gary McAfee. Third row:
Jack Spangler, David Harris, Monte Fite, A. C. Miller, Ned Peterson, Jack Shepherd, Alford Deen,
J errell Heibert.
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First row: ltinia Akins, Pat Maples, Helen Milam, Elaine Wear, Frances Platt, Carolyn Watson.
Second row: Joe Park, Weldon Tucker, Arthur Stone, Martha Swanner, Barbara Bullard, Louida
Johnson, Bob Tribble. Third row: Dick Andrews, Ronald Young, Danny Bourland, James Tom-
linson, Don Whitter, Don Myers, Joe Medley, Don Harris.
First row: Charlene Utley, Shirlene Ripple, Pat Patterson, Betty Sanders. Second row: Carol
Robbins, Helen Burleson, Patricia Fagan, Joyce Ferguson, Meri Carsey. Third row: Minnie Webb,
Eddie Bevering, Frank Cadwallader, Robert Irion, Larry Martin, Sue Hardin, Janet McKinney.
First row: Jack King, Melveen Lane, Cindy Henslee, Betty Brock, Darla Anderson. Second row:
Gary Robertson, Norman Hayes, Ann Miklis, Lynaveta Bates, Lavora Ballard, Gwen Johnson,
Betty Cook, Betty Carter. Third row: Jimmy Clark, Dean Morgan, James Mizell, Robert Stark,
Cale Renfro. Bruce Ray, Jimmy Dupew, Robert Phillips, Joe Davis, Eddie Brooks.
First row: Eloise Hargrove, Luther Brannon, Don Coney, Shirley Cutberth, lrma Dean Lokey,
Jeanie Franklin, Susan Benson. Second row: Raymond Beard, Delores Smotherman, Barbara
Adams. Imogene Lokey, Catherine Blankenship, Joy Wakefield. Wanda Platt, James Carmen.
Third row: Duncan Broussard, Don Caudill, Joe Cantrell, Jimmy Carpenter, Joe Warren, Sonny
Vance, Joe Woods, John Hobbs, Charles Tuberville, Bob Aston.
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First row: Zula Lanier, Mary Ann Jackson, Lemay Kerbow, Shirley Allen, Ann Coker, Glenda
Jarman. Second row: Janice Fuller, Pansy George, Charlie Hollingsworth, Mimi McLane, Oscar
Jones, Ronald Bain, Jimmie Hunter, Sylvia Jordan. Third row: David Ladymon, Tommy Powell,
Bob Nelson, Billy McCallum, Bob King, Milton Miller, Garret Creppon, Bobby Mercer.
First row: Barbara Miller, Norma Langford, Elizabeth Nicholson, Barbara Parks, Norma Kidd,
Judy Mottashed, Mary Slaughter. Second row: Jean Thompson, Clovis Sheffield, Virginia Prince,
Barbara McClendon, Betty Becker, Joe Warren, Sally Akin, Pat Ragland. Third row: Don Sharp,
Joe Norman, Tony Smith, Dell White, Carolyn Watkins, Linda Conner, Robert Dockendorf, James
First row: Jackie Davis, Jo Cannon, Patsy Dalton, Betty Colvard, Eileen Carroll, Eleanor Reagins,
Patricia Monts. Second row: John Woods. Peggy Brister, Mary Seaman, Barbara Barrett, Susan
Webb, Barbara Brown, Robert Garrett, Don Jones. Third row: Jerry Bibby, Jimmy Evans,
Gene Denton, Jimmy Bohanan, Joe Freeman, Durwood Feathersone, Eric Akerlund, Bob Line-
lnarger, Terrence Sells.
First row: Peggy Hitt, Wanda McKee, Gay Harrison, Kay Morrison, Carol Pugmire, Mary
Lowry. Second row: Jack Titus, David Ferguson, Vincente Pequeno, Charles Heald, Hazel
Brown, Shirley Potts, Jean Guy, Donna Holbrooks. Third row: Butch Hester, Richard Higgin-
botham. Sheila Ceizer, Ann Hawkins, Janice Bollman, Carolyn Robertson, Patsy Davis, Jack
Harper, John Windbigler. Fourth row: Dale Mulvaney, Truatt Thomas, Billy Clements, Weldon
Siler, Robert Mclntyre, Doyle Wilkerson, Homer McNeal, David Trent, Jack Walker, Otis
2A OFFICERS 2B OFFICERS
PRESIDENT . Y,,,7,7, ,,.,,.,,,,,........ J eff Duncan PRESIDENT ,,,,,,,..-,....,,.,.,,,, Walter Woods
VICE PRESIDENT .....,,......,,, Jerry Pittman VICE PRESIDENT ,,,, w,-,-- B obby Burton
SECRETARY .,,,,,,........,...A Tommy Lancaster SECRETARY ..,.,,,,.,A,,, ----- M arie Yium
First row: Tommye Potter, Betty Jones, Ellen Henderson, Evelyn Henderson, Frances King,
Dorothy Bullard, Peggy Ellis, Shirley Johnson. Second row: Carolyn Cox, Muriel Adams, Claire
Andrian, Carolyn Grady, Ann Clothier, Lynn Burris, Elaine Johnson, Margo Bridewell, Patricia
Taylor, Ann Baker. Third row: Dale Honeycutt, Barbara Stuart, Louise Cole, Danny Eason, Perry
Hix, Gene Rooks, Leonard Jett, Jerry Baker, Shirley Bell. Fourth row: Richard Johnson, Charles
Foster, Bill Beckham, Don Jackson, Darrell Johnson, Danny Eason, Mickey Cleher, Bobby Tadlock,
Jeff Duncan, Robert Helfert.
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First row: Jackie Jackson, Mary Swafford, Zita Scudder, Joyce Satterwhite, Pat King, Pat McKin-
ney, Tommie Lancaster, Sue Ann Russell, Wanda Watson, Gloria Lee. Second row: Frances Smith,
Carolyn Shafer, Peggy Moore, Barbara Oliver, Loretta Lumpkin, Sue Newton, Patsy Hughes,
Shirley Samford, Doris Granada, Winston Tanco. Third row: jackie Weston. Lyndel Carter,
Donald Patton, Clifton Sypert, Lee McLain, Dale Blankenship, Emory Cathey, Paul Hood,
Bobb Steele, Bernard Parker. Fourth row: James Wade, Jimmy Chapman, Rodger Smith,
James Cody, Clark McMayon, Jerry Pittman, Don Price, Milton Ramsey, Larry Minyard, Richard
Ard, Fred Simon.
First row: Sonya Campbell, Loretta Welch, Shirley Harris, Carol Brown. Second row: Carol
Brown, Betty Adair, Edna Allen, Mary Bartsch, Elaine Bridges. Third row: Jimmy Coffee, Donald
Amerson, Dean Guynes, Miller Britton, Jack Anderson. Fourth row: Paul Jones, Gerald Bain,
Joe Barbaria, Tommy Abbott, Gerald Bellington, Louie Bledsoe, George Bond, Richard Benners.
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First row: Loretta Smith, Claudine Sessions ,Arvelene Core. Second row: Margaret Mead. Marcia
Gray, Virginia Williams, Patricia Utley, Norma Bush. Third row: Robert Rumfelt. Laverne Smith.
Carmen Stanley, JoAnn Hearn, Betty Jo Massey. Wayne Roberts, Douglas Wilson. Fourth row:
Donald Ray Reynolds, Ben Davidson, Ralph Sanford, Scarlet Kennedy, Don Broome. Tommy
Lasiter, Richard Vallejo, Roger Craiker. Walter Woods.
First row: LouAnn Martin. Rita Boles, Charlene Markham, Jodell Lumpkins. Second row: Dixie
Taylor, Sandra Scutter, Glenda Purcell, Carolyn Taylor, Carolyn Lewis, Jimmy Lee Swift. Third
row: Bob Franklin, Marie Summers, Frances Kassed, Argerie Keeling, Jane Mcjunkins, Lourita
McKinney, Jackie Lyle, Lois Hulstrom, Sandra Keith. Fourth row: Alton Marlow, Jan Stevens,
Kenneth Pressley, Martin Musser. George Folse, John Jackson, Lanny Marion, Charles Main, Don
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First row: Carol Riggs, Mary Baxter, Martha Baxter, Sharon Bailey. Second row: Norma Belkin.
Nancy Dillard, Sue Allen, Wanda Colvard, Carole Click, Iris Bell, Tommie Cronin, David Pinkston.
Third row: Byran Kennedy, Ronnie Lane, Raye Sikes, Ann Burleson, Pansy Angel, Margaret
Cheek, Shirley Bunson, Joe Blackwell, Bruce Benningfield. Fourth row: Billy Baggett, Bennie
Blaylock, Terry Black, Homer Crim, Melford Freeman, Ceorge Gardner, Jessie Denney. Jess Moore,
First row: Elizabeth Price, Florence Silvey, Leanne Heiskell, Marie Yium. Second row: Lenora
Stove, Martha Barton, Wanda Sumrall, Barbara Barron, Jackie Teames, Aline Townsend, Ann
Burton, Glenna Jenkins. Third row: Dean Jolley, John Hogan, Kay Cahagan, Betty Fuller, Virginia
Walls, Louise Wagner, Gennis James, Betty Rose. Fourth row: Billy Mulvaney, Lem Speck, G. B.
Shaw, Bill Stewart, Dale Stiff, Cecil Moore, Patrir Mobley. Donald Murphy. Vernon Showers.
First row: Lola Harrison, Joanne Epperson, Carol Hodge. Second row: Dorothy Furlong, Don
Gililand, Mack Herrod, Ronnie White, Johnny Bell, Bernadine Pogue. Third row: Joe Haddock,
John Thompson, Keith Harris, David Bookout, Carl Ray, Kenneth Henson. Fourth row: Bob
Freudiger, Bob Buner, Gerred Higginbotham, John Fulkerson, Cecil Harris. Wayne Ship, Andrew
First row: Carolyn Young, Linda Williams, Sally Chenault, Patricia Eagle, Wanda Davis. Second
row: Joyce Carrol, Barbara Watson, Alice Cooper, Pat Donworth, Elaine Vinson, Shirley Clements,
Ruby Caddell. Third row: George Dixie, Edith Lindsley, Rebecca Davis, Ann Cowan, Sandra
Threadgill, Sharon Childress, Gloria Christian. Fourth row: John Glenn, Gerald Carsey, W. H.
Conley, Jerry Sudderth, Bobby Cain, William Cox, Bryce Daniel, Don Mock, Bob Burton.
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First row: Carolyn Hargis, Helen Glass, Geneva Fogleman, Patsy Freeman. Second row: Diane
Dodson, Patty Mauzy, Kay Griffin, Barbara Lewis, ,lane Eppright. Third row: Rex Morrison, Nancy
Hightower, Rose Mary Fulghum, Marlene Grove, Barbara Ellis, Barbara Haley, Jimmy Hard-
castle. Fourth row: Tommy Hardy, Donald Landen, Kenneth Keeble, Bill Lamar, Kirby King,
Emory Johnson, Fred Martin, Gerald Sellers, Jack Martin.
First row: Barbara Northcutt, Elizabeth Moore, Ann Perry. Shirley Murphy. Second row: Ranna
Scale, Billy Daniels, Shirley Mitchell, Betty McDill, Delores Pittman. Third row: Nicky Perez,
Mary Ann Powers, Martha Russell, Mona Scott, Ray Allen, Frank Collins, Dale McMullen. Fourth
row: Tommy Kindred, Howard Paschal, Tony Rameriz, Lynn Rayner, David Hish, Roy Oliphant.
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First row: Cora Parker, Carla McWhorter, Ellen Cullison, Mary Potts, Margaret Pruitt. Second
row: Kay Segrist, Janet Stanley, Joan Roberts, Loretta Sorrell, Elaine Levin. Third row: Shirley
Post, Sandra Spear, Janice Powers, Lynita Reynolds, Beverly Stafford, Wayne Wright, Dick
Wright, John Wilson, Patsy Shelby. Fourth row: Emmett Williams, Randell Wylie, Dennis
Thornton, Robert Walden, Tilman Walker, Norman Smith, Sammy Stevens, Joel Laxson, Joe
Wood, Joe Tomlinson, George Watkins.
First row: Carola Hutson, Betty Miller, Dorothy Martin. Elaine Vinton, Linda Lawing, Harriet
Lewis. Second row: Annette Case, Margie Moore, Vicki Guggenheimer, Bobbie Emmett, Ann
Matthews, Charlotte Jones, Myrna Hill, Verna Kizer. Third row: Sally Leach, Rose Conlon, Joan
Hill, Betty Jones, Ronald Sanaford, Bob Siebers, Mike Ross, Marceline McCann. Fourth row:
Billy Rogers, Marion Regan, Raymond Reese, Cecil Garrett, Bobby Simmons, William Russell,
Jimmy Hannett, Richard Murphy, Lynn McDonald.
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1A OFFICERS 1B OFFICERS
PRESIDENT ..,, . ,.I,,,,,, ,, Ray Roberson PRESIDENT ,,,,,..,,I,,,.,,,,,,.,,I Mickey Walden
VICE PRESIDENT ..... ,,,,..... J oe Geiger VICE PRESIDENT ,,,,, .,..,,,, J ack Sutton
SECRETARY ..,.,,w.,,,... ,,.. . . ,,.., Pat Poor SECRETARY .,,..,.,,,,w. .,,.. J udy Ahlfinger
First row: Judy Lane, Pat Bailey, Sara Fisher, Charlotte Chance, Suzy Stemmons. Second row:
Donna Strandberg, Jeannine Brown. Sylvia Martin, Janice Baker, Pat Cawthon, Martin Donley,
Sharon Garrett, Barbara English. Third row: Ben Rogers, Mike Mellor, Joe Geiger, Searcy Fergu-
son, Alex Troup, Ray Roberson, Bobby Briles, Jack Nichols. Fourth row: Eddie Bass, Sidney
Harvey, Jimmy Dubois, Monte Maddox, Gerald Hix, Eugene Zmolick, Le-Roy LaCvard, David
LaCroix, Charles Reed, Pat Poor.
First row: Joyce Mitchell, Beverly Meyers, Nancy McClintock, Doris Lutz, Jesse McCarthy. Second
row: Margaret Storey, Mildred Mitchell, Linda Moore, Rosetta Lee, Ruth Medlin, Darlene Hall,
James Simmons. Third row: Joyce Marshall, Linda Morris, Nancy Mitchell, Mary Kate Hill, Carol
Lawrence, Eleanor Miller, Melvin Porter. Fourth row: Paul Seward, Dudley Parr, Jerry Richards,
Jerry Powell, Jimmy Simons, Clifford Reavis, Don Elem, Kenneth Roddy, Gerald Prise.
First row: Carolyn Crawford, Saundra Timpa, Sylvia Tipps, Nelda Nun, Peggy Suddeth. Second
row: Maurice Villareal, Becky Shaw, Sandra Trammell, Pat Thompson, Sue Titus, David Wood-
side. Third row: George White, Elaine Turner, Lou Della Smith, Wanda Farris, Elaine Smith,
Nancy Tompkins, Scharmell Thomas. Fourth row: Charles Wren, Willis Walker, Frank Wilford,
Jimmy Yarborough, Antonio Vallejo, Tommy Wilson, Archer Ward, James Harper, Jackie Clevenger.
First row: Vivian Barnes, Ruth McCullough, Selva Jean Barnett, Shirley Anderson, Peggy Barnett,
Myrna Jones. Second row: lda Ann Barnett, Kay Bledsoe, Shirley Wendeborn, Nancy Bogle,
Shirley Birkholz, Beverly Allen. Margaret Armstrong. Third row: Bobby Abbott, Marie Adams,
Harold Cantrell, Bruce Conley, Frank Copeland, JinJun Hyung, Alice McKenzie, Judy Ahlfinger,
Robert Benners. Fourth row: David Bailey, Clay White. Larry Cotton, Jack Sutton, Tommy Cash,
Robert Becker, Anthony Brown, Logan Knapp, Gene Belk.
First row: Glenda Box, Barbara Brice, JoAnn Brisco, Diane Condleton, Louise Clark, Joan Burden.
Second row: Mary Bowen, Sonja Byram, Doris Clark, Marilyn Church, Barbara Anders, Barbara
Cauley, Sherry Bynum, Danny Crawford. Third row: Frank Hayden, Joe Pomeroy, Deanne Coving-
ton, Ray Elliot, Wayne Harris, Herbie Benson. Delores Pruitt, Alice Newson, Jo Beth Braden.
Fourth row: Billy Dodson, Gene Epperson, Johnnie Espinoza, Joe Stevens, Hayden Green, John
Eagle, Doyle Gilbert, Robbie Everheart, Jerry Hill, David Green.
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First row: Jackie Greene, Jewel Godfrey, Patricia Ferrel, Ramona Dickerson, Claudia Dickerson,
Jacqueline Franklyn, Ann Dougherty. Second row: Jacqueline Davis, Sue Craig, June Ferguson,
Nancy Gibbs, Mary Fowler, Jack Hulshouser, Larry Johnson. Third row: Lulilla Eason, Virginia
Roberts, Janice Gibson, Jerry Hunt, Laurine DeLancey, Sue Parrott, Gene Hunter, Gayle Hicks,
Wesley Johnson, Robert Hutchinson. Fourth row: Harold Hill, Donald Jones, Boyd Johnson, Bo
Hulsey, James Harris, Freddie Hitchcock, Grady Jones, Melvin Hoover, Donald Hunt, Curtis Hitt.
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Vice President ...,... 7,,,,,, CHARLIE HEDGECOTH
Secretary ,,.,..... ., ......,,,,,A... NANCY SMITH
Mary Lou Batla
Emma Lou Bilderback
Nina Jean Carpenter
Rose Jean Smith
Karl Ronald Higgins
A. L. Reese
The first chapter of the National Honor in Dallas was organized in Adamson ln
1927. The purpose of this society is involved in the four cardinal principles: scholar
ship, leadership, character, and service. After meeting with the approval of the
entire faculty students getting the highest rating are voted in.
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The Student Council, sponsored by Mr. Stalcup, is composed of elected students
who' serve as a liason between students, faculty and administration.
These students are representatives of the school who work in co-operation with the
Parent Teacher Association.
These are our students who aid the teachers in various departments of the school.
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President .V..C.,...........Y..........C.,.....4..........CCCCw.C. JERRY NICKEL President e,e,eeee,e,,,,,e, . eeee eeeeeeee,,e, , , ,ee,eeee ROBERT CARRETT
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Treasurer ------- CLIFFORD COOK Treasurer ,,ee,e, MILBURN SMITH
The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend,
throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian
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MISS MABEL ROCKETT
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PURPOSE: To find and give the best.
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Jackie Lou Teames
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Vice President .....,.. ,,,,,,,,,, A NN BURTON
Secretary .,,,,,.,,, ,-,,,, M ARY ANN POWER
Treasurer .,.,,.,,,,..........,.. JERRY SUDDERTH
Sponsors ,...,.,,. MISS FRANCES THOMPSON
MRS. CLADYS HAMBY
President ,,.,.,,,,, .,,,,,,,, G LENNA JENKINS
The Library Council sponsored by Miss Frances
Thompson has two main functions: to better serve Adam-
son's students and teachers through efficient running of
the library and to teach its members about the function-
ing of a library.
Seated: Shirley Mitchell, Rebecca Hill, Ann Burton, Glenna Jenkins, Mary Ann
Power, Jerry Sudderth, Dale McMullen, Myrna Jones.
Standing: Pat Pendley, Miss Thompson, Carol Lynn Brown, Wanda Farris, Glenda
Box, ,lo Beth Braden, Ramona Dickerson, Mrs. Hamby, Carolyn Crawford, Deanne
Covington, Patricia Ferree, Virginia Price, Lovella Eason.
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Second Vice President
Videll Bogard, Barbara Brice, Pa-
tricia Ferrell, Jean Guy, Marjorie
Jarrell, Carol Lawrence, Joyce
Mitchell, Paula Murphy, Beverly
Myers, Shirley Sullivan, Carolyn
Sponsors-MRS. HELEN HORN and MRS. MARY LOUISE UNDERWOOD
Seated: Pat Patterson, Susan Webb, Barbara Brown, Vickie Guggenheim.
Standing: Mrs. Horn, Evelyn Shutts, Ann Nobles, Shirley Anderson, Sharon Farwell
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President ..............,..... ....,.............,................... L ARRY MARTIN
Vice President .,.,..... ....,...,. B OB MEYERS
Secretary .,.............. ,...... S ONNY VANCE
The Debate Program is one of Adamson's most praiseworthy and active organiza-
tions. This organization has helped the school keep the Kiwanis trophy for eight
Its members are trained in all phases of public speaking and attend tournaments
throughout the school year.
President 7,,,,,,77..,,,, ,,,,,7..,,.,,,,,77,,,,....7,,,,,,,....,, L EROY LOGAN
Vice President ....,,,, ......... J OYCE FERGUSON
Secretary .,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,A,.. E MOCENE FRANK
Program Chairman ,,Y7, .,,,,. . . SANDRA SPEIR
Activities Chairman ,.,i,i,,.,.i,,........,...,, SUE I-IARDEN
Sponsors .....,.. ....,..... M ISS IDABEL CABANISS
MISS RIPPLE FRAZIER
The Junior Red Cross Club at Adamson is sponsored by Miss Idabel Cabaniss and
Miss Ripple Frazier. It is an affiliate of the Dallas County organization of ,lunior Red
Cross. Membership in the local club is open to all students who like association with
people and are interested in serving those less fortunate than themselves. The Club
activities include the making of articles for and entertaining Veterans in government
hospitals, assisting in fund drives for both groups of the Red Cross and filling gift
boxes for needy children outside the United States. Letters from the children, their
parents, and teachers prove that this project is meeing with great success in establish-
ing friendships with the peoples of the world.
The Pan American Club brings its members in closer touch with our Latin American
neighbors through a study of Latin American customs, language, and way of life.
Mary Lou Batla
Norma Fae Bush
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MARY LOU BATLA
MISS ROBERTA KING
MISS EUGINIA NEWBERRY
MRS. VIRGINIA .IUERGENS
J oe Davis
Billy .loc Jackson
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President ........ ...,.,,,. R ICHARD MURPHY
Vice President ..,.., ,.,,,. R OSE JEAN SMITH
Secretary ....Y... ,.,,,,,,,..,..,.,..,. J OE PARKS
,. ,,,AA ELIZABETH MOORE
ROSE JEAN SMITH
The Latin name of our club is Vox Populi, "the voice of the peoplef' The purpose
of our club is to enlighten ourselves and others to the interesting facts of classical
civilization. We have been initiated into the Junior Classical League, a national
organization, and received pins bearing the wreath and torch signifying the reward
for achievement and the light of learning.
First row: Sue Sorrell, Sally Leach, Beverly Stafford.
Second row: Cecil Garrett, Frank Collins, Rose Jean Smith, Richard Murphy, Linda
Williamson, Patricia Bailey, Elizabeth Moore, Sue Russell.
Third row: Bobby Cain, Gerald Stell, Sally Chenault, Mike Galbraith, Joe Parks,
Lyndal Stocks, Don Myers, Ann Hankins.
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Vice President ....i.i.. ...,...,. L YNNE VESTERMARK
Secretary ...,.,.... ....,.. B URTON REYNOLDS
It is the aim of the French Club to provide entertainment and profit for the mem-
bers at all stages of development in French. fThe only knowledge of France and
French of one member is that which she has gained through correspondence with her
sweetheart, who is a soldier in France.J The club members sing French songs, read
anecdotes and converse about them, and discuss French customs generally.
First row: Patricia Peck, J im Pescor, Lynne Vestermark.
Second row: Sonja Byram, Carola Hutson, Shirley Clements, Jean Jones, Rae Sikes,
Gail Harris, Joan Burdon, Pat McKenney.
Third row: Larry Martin, Miss Aduddell, Burton Reynolds, Bob Meyers, Robert
Hutchinson, Luther Brannon, Claire Andrian.
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Recording S ecre :ary ......,,,, ,,,........ M ARJORIE SCHMITT
Sponsor .....,...,,.,,...,,.,Y,,, .,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,. W ILHELMINA G. HEDDE
The National Thespians is an honorary organization in
which the students who are interested in dramatics are
elected in twice a year.
Mary Lou Batla
Emma Lou Bielderback
Lou Ann Martin
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Ada Nell Brau
President .......... ,,YY..ww.........,,Yi.7......,i.,..,w,... J ERRY PITTMAN
Vice President ....,.,,,, ,,,,,,,A A DA NELL BRAU
Secretary .........., ...,....i..ii.i,,,..,..,,..,,..,...... A NN JACKSON
Sp0rLs0r .... ....,..... M ISS MEREDITH SCHROEDER
J an Weisbrod Jeaninne Whipple
The Art Club, sponsored by Miss Meredith Schroeder instills in its members a
greater understanding and appreciation of Art.
President ..-,...V.. .VY7VV......,Y.7,.................. N AN BRITTINGHAM
Vice President ,..e...... ........ J EAN THOMPSON
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Sponsor , .e7A,77e,. MISS MEREDITH SCHROEDER
The Fashion Design Club was organized this year and is doing very well. Member-
ship consists of girls interested in sketching their own ideas of fashions.
Some members, however, prefer designing for miniature mannequin fashion dolls
owned by the club. Such costumes are made from materials provided by the girls. All
agree . . . Fashion Design is fun!
Seated: Elizabeth Moore, Dorris Dodd, Bettye King, Nan Brittingham, Jean Thomp-
son, Bobbie Mitchell, Edene Tey.
First row, standing: Shirley Post, Barbara Davis, Jackie Davis, Loretta Smith, Kay
Morton, Virginia Graves, Virginia Walker, Carolyn Shaver, Nancy Dillard.
Second row, standing: Miss Schroeder, Irma Lokey, Shirley Cutberth, Shirley Cole.
Preszdent ,,,,,,,. ,......,,......,,,.....,..,............,,,,..., J ACK WALKER
Vice President ,...,,. ......... B ETTY ROSS
Secretary .,....... ,..t...... N ICKIE PEREZ
Sponsor ......,, R. O. LADD
J ack Walker
President ,,,,,,,.,AwYAY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,.,,,.,,,. W . D.
Vice President ..,......, ...A..Y,,. C HARLIE HEDGCOTH
Secretary AYY,Y,,,,,, .,..,,,,.,, E VELYN STEVENS
Sponsor ,,,,, ,,..,.,,.,,,, R . LADD
Ray Ballard Freeman Gile Evelyn Stevens
JHITICS Barnett Charlie Hedgcoth Susan Webb
Bill Beckham Harold Hill Antonio Vallijo
Robert Bllfkhafd W. D. Hollon Maurice Villarreal
Barbara Brown Jack Hulshouser Dick Wagner
Jackie Clevenger Leonard Jett Ben Widener
Jimmy Coffee Boyd Johnson Willis Walker
David Crowder Donald Jones Tommy Wilson
Eberhard Foerster Mary Montgomery Jimmy Yarborough
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Vice President ,,,,,,,,. A,,A,,,,A,,,,,,, D ON COULD Sponsor ...,. .....,... ,I . H. MALONE
President ,..,.,v,.,,.,,OO,,., .,.........,.. 7,OO,7,,, M A RGIE MCKINNEY Secretaries .O77..V7........VOO7VVV7.OOOVVVVVVOOVVVYV...Y,..V7,.w, ALICE COOPER
Vice President .7,,.,,,, ....,.,... G LENDA JARMAN FRANCES KING
Sponsor .,..,.., MRS. KATHERINE MOLL
The basic objective of Industrial Cooperative Training is to prepare high school
youth for useful employment in occupations of their choice.
MISS .IANE ETHERIDGE
Anne Clothier, Pat Eagle, DeLois
Johnson, Virginia J ones, Ray Gene
Mace, Charles Moore, Linda Mor-
ris, Pat Peck, Beverly Stafford.
Philip Bryan, Earl Gilbert, Leo
Logan, Wayne Reynolds, William
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President ,,,...,,,,.,,,r, .,..,,,.,..,,.,,.,...,..,.. C ONNIE BOONE
Vice President ,,,,,,,,,, ...,,.....,....... D AVID LADYMAN
Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,..... ,,,.,.... - ,...,...,.... D A NNA DONWORTH
Miller Britton Don Gilliland Ann Bailey
Sponsor-H. B. HESTER
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President ,,,,...,,,,,.., .,,,,....,,,,,,,,,.,.....,,,, ,,,,.,.. R I CHARD REED
Vice President ,,,,,,,,. ......,, S ONNY SANFORD
Secretary-Treasurer LEO BURKHALTER
Program Chairman ....., ,,,,,,,,,. T OMMY WILSON
Lt. Gov. of Texas ,.,.,,.,,,. DON CONEY
National Trustee ..,,,. ,,,,,,,,, B OB MEYERS
Sponsor ,,,,,,.,,..,,,,,.............,...,............i,.,,,........,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,, P. T. SHORES
The Key Club is a Junior Kiwanian organization which
consists of outstanding young men of the school.
A. C. Miller
Grand High Bonehead .......,.,......,,...,,...,,,,,,. ,..,,.,,..,,.,,,. J OE DAVIS
President .,,.,A.,,..,......A...,,.,... .A,,..,.,. ,I IMMIE DEPEW
S ecre tary ,,...... ........ L UTHER BRANNON
Sponsors ,....... CARL NUTLEY
B. H. KIGER
W. D. Hollon
I an Stevens
John W. Jackson
6'We strive to know more and more about less and less until eventually we will know
everything about nothing."
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
Donna MacArthur .....,..............,...... L ........... CAROLYN STEWART
Bud Yoder ...................,.,., .........,.,. R ICHARD REED
Millicent MacArthur ...... ......... - .......,..... N ANCY SMITH
Floyd MacArthur ........ ,.....,.....................,. B OB HANSEN
Irma ....,...................... ......... E MMA LOU BILDERBACK
Jane Clayton ........ ........... M ARJORIE SCHMITT
Hal Lawton .,.......,..,. ..........,........... R OY GLASS
Avis Gartland .......... ........,,,. M ARGIE EATMON
Sharon Kelly ........ ....,.... C AROLYN HARMON
Claudia .........,.... ................. K AY MORTON
.lo Ann ...- ............. .............A..,. L OLITA HILL
Erwin Phillips ..... ....... H ANK MATTHEWS
EXTRAS-Nina Carpenter, Pat Pendley, Evelyn Harris, Mary Lou Batla.
Play Director ,,,,, .,,,,..,.,,..,,,.,.., M ISS WILHELMINA G. HEDDE
Music Directors . ...........,................... MR. JOE TEAGUE
Class Sponsors ,,,,,., ..,,,.,,. M ISS MARGARET HARRIS
MISS ANNA BELL
Assistant Director ..... ,..,......... M ARY LOU BATLA
M, C, ,,,,.,,,-.,,,,,,..,..,., ,..,... E ARLENE THOMPSON
First row: Jean Jones, Barbara Hailey, Jackie Teames, Michael Mobley, Jeannine
Whipple, Mary Lou Batla, Wanda McWholter, Dee Young, Dianne Covington, Eliza-
Second row: Jeannie Franklin, Joyce Moore, Ray Allen, Suzie Bowers, Emily Lank-
ford, Argenie Keeling, Barbara Anders, Margaret Ditson, Sally Chenault, Dixie
Third row: W. Hedde, Roger Craker, Jane Eppright, Nina Carpenter, Connie Dixie,
Judy Eshenfelder, Jerry Dillon, Emma Lou Bilderback.
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Sponsor-MISS HAZEL MILLER
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J. D. NALL
JIMMY HUNTER DELORES COODING LUTHER BRANNON CAROLYN WATKINS
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CHRISTINE COMPTON PAUL FINLEY MISS EISENLOHR SAMMY DAVIS ROBERT CRISWELL
CHLOE KELLY MARY MONTGOMERY WILLY WATSON DIXIE GRAHAM CONNIE DIXIE
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Sponsor-MISS HENRIETTA EISENLOHR
STAFF FOR FALL 1953
Editor-in-Chief .............,,.... - ................,...... CHRISTINE COMPTON
Business Manager ,,.... ..,......,...,........ P AUL FINLEY
Sports Editors .........,..............,,..................,.,............. SAMMY DAVIS
STAFF FOR SPRING 1954
Editor-in-Chief .M ..,.....,...,...I,...,,...........,......,..,..,I,..... CHLOE KELLY -
Assistant Editor .... ..,...,. M ARY MONTGOMERY
Business Manager ...... , .,.,........ WILLY WATSON
Club Editor .........,... ......,,.,...,,.. D IXIE GRAHAM
News Editor .,...... ..............,......... C ONNIE DIXIE
Feature Editor ......... JUDY ESHENFELDER
Exchange Editor ..... .,...,.............. J EAN MELLOR
Sports Editor ....... ........ K ENNETH SHEETS
R.0.T.C. Editor ..... ,.......,.. L eROY LOGAN
Sponsors-MISS RIPPLE FRAZIER and MISS IDABEL CABANISS
, Full Spring
JESSIE LEWELLYN ........ .......... P resident .........., -. . .... JESSIE LEWELLYN
CHARLENE YORK .......... .......... V ice President .I....... .........,......... P EGGY MOORE
PAT REEVES ....,................,.... ...,...,.. S ecretary ..,........ ........ D OLORES LOCKRIDGE
DOLORES LOCKRIDGE .......... .......... T reasurer ...... .,...,,.. J IMMIE LEE SWIFT
The objectives of the Home Economics Club is to teach girls the importance of
being a good homemaker through the showing of special movie films, guest speakers,
and various methods of entertainment in different phases of home economics. Any girl
in school is eligible to join. X
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Vice President ......,A,,,,,,, , ,.,,,,,,,,,-,, ,-,,A,4,,AY--,,,-,,-,,.w,wA4,-,,- J OHN COATES
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President ..,.....,,......,, ......,,,,.,,..,,,,,........,,.... J AMES MOUSNER
Vice President ,...,,,, ....,.........,........... G . B. SHAW
Secretary .,.,.......... ......e. ........ G E RALD CAMPBELL
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B. H. KIGER DELMER MELTON
First row: Melvin Hoover,
Douglas Wilson, Barbara
English, Eddie Brooks, Jerry
Second row: Jerry Sudderth,
George Folse, Richard John-
son, Gary McAfee, Marion
Third row: Eddie Beverin
Mike Gallagher, Perry Hix,
Clifford Jones, Billy Mul-
vaney, Louis Cowell.
Sponsor-MRS. MORELLE MOORE
Seated: Douglas Thomas
Standing: Edmond Morgan
Richard Cruz, Jimmy Thom
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Sponsor-MISS HENRIETTA EISENLOHR
Sponsor-MR. JOE TEAGUE
Sponsors-MRS. GERALDINE HOLLOWAY and BOBBY V. HEIZER
Our club meets once each week after school at the Dallas Ice Arena. You don,t
have to be a rofessional skater to 'oin. Just come and have fun. We are tr in to
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sponsqr-W. T. HAMILTON
President ........... ...,.A..A,.A.....,..,....,,,,........,,,,,, J AMES RIGGS
Vice President ,,.....i.. ....,.,., J OE WARREN
S ecre tary .................... . ..,......,....... ROBERT WISE
Student Code Inst. .,,,,,........,,,.,,,,.,,,.... WAYNE REYNOLDS
Radio Book Instructor-LLOYD BULLARD
W. H. Conley
John W. Jackson
J. M. Riggs
President ....... M .,............. ......................,...,,.... C HARLIE NICHOLS
First Vice President .,.,,,., ,,-.,-, J AMES BOHANAN
Second Vice President ..,.,,... .,,,,,,, R OBERT CRISWELL
Third Vice President .,.... .,.,,. - ..-,,,.,,,, B UD WATSON
Treasurer ....................e... .......,,....... - BETTY BROCK
Secretary ,....,.............. ...c,.. M AXINE CLEVENGER
Cflrtvonist 4..e... ......,.... E DDIE BEVERING
The Allied Youth is an organization for informing
youth about alcoholic beverages. Each month a news-
paper, which contains material on the evils of drinking
and testimonies of outstanding youths, is sent to Allied
In November, 1953, Robert Criswell and James Bo-
hanan attended the annual national conference in Buck-
hill Falls, Pennsylvania.
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coth, Dixie Graham, Gene Wright, Sherrill
Second row: Frank Cadwallader, Mike Gal-
braith, Don Myers, Larry Martin.
First row: Robert Bridges, Charles Hedgecoth,
Dixie Graham, Gene Wright, Sherrill Stone.
Second row: Edmund Morgan, Robert lrion,
Jimmy Dapen, Joe Davis.
Third row: Malvin Thomas, Gary McAfee.
Don Myers, J. B. Davis, Jimmy Sullivan,
Fourth row: Larry Martin, Coy Thompson
Bob King, Mike Galbraith, Frank Cadwalli
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First row: Jimmy Depew, Eddie Brooks, Nancy Hightower,
Bob King, Richard Higginbotham, Jerry Townsend.
Second row: George White, Hyung Jin Jun, Gene Belk
Gerald Morris, Benjamin Rogers.
First row: Don Myers, Michael Galbraith, Earl Carmen,
Betty Carter, Joe Davis, Ronnie Stewart, Jimmy Sullivan.
Second row: Carl Vestol, Harry Zimmerman, David Green,
Donald Elem, Larry Richards, David Pinkston.
Third row: Jerry Baker, Terrance Sayles, Donald Payne,
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Third row: Homer Kattner, Alexander Troup, James Wade,
Ronald Bain, Wayne Turner, Fred Simon.
Fourth row: William Cox, Doyle Wilkerson, Tom Morrell,
Jimmy Chapman, Jan Stevens, Tommy Cash, Daniel Wilson.
Fred Martin, Bob Franklin, Bob Lineharger, Joe Woods.
Fourth row: Garrett Crappon, Milton Miller, Gerald
Spencer, Gerald Price, Grady Jones, Clifton Sypert, Roy
Barrnet, Jack Harper.
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First row: Charlie Hedgcoth, Robert Irion.
Second row: Gene Belk,Anthony B. Smith, Edene Tey, ,lack Harper, Don Myers.
Third row: Harry Zimmerman, Homer Kattner, Lawrence Reichle, Vonnie Lightfoot.
First row: Bob Bowen, Lawrence Reichle, Wayne Wright, Jan Stevens, Sherrill Stone, John Wilson,
Bob Franklin, Gerald Price.
Second row: Harry White, Clark McMahon, Tom Morrell, Gerald Sellers, George Cole, Don Hunt.
Lance Tatum, Homer Kattner.
Third row: Charles Heald, Tony Reynolds, Tommy Cash, David Green, Harry Zimmerman, David
Crowder, Joe Davis.
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First row: Eddie Horton, Robert Irion,
Wayne Reed, Clifford Cook, John
Coates, Lewis Borgeson, James Angell,
Bud Watson, Edwin Cason, Odice
Jenkins, Charles Nichols, Herman
Deavers, Clinton Twaddell.
Secondrow: Jerry Nickell, Bob Nelson,
Gayle Renfroe, .lack Brannon, Don
Norman, Robert Garrett, Mike Johnson,
Ed Carrell, Weldon Tucker, James
Hughes, B u d d y McCourik, G e n e
Wright, Bob Burton, Sidney George.
Third row: Robert Criswell CMJ, Eric
Akerland, Tommy Hefner, Homer
Crimm, Bob King, Milburn Smith, Mar-
vin Wilmoth, Tommy Powell, Jim Cor-
nehls, Don Thomas, James Ledbetter,
James Mizell, Lyndol Stocks, Walter
Wood, Joe Grigsby, Ray Lewis, Roger
Potts, Tommy Kelly, Bobby Ratcliff,
Billy McCollum, Mr. Dickey, Mr.
Fourth row: Charles Hedgecoff, Jimmy
Depew, David Bookout, J ay Reese,
Jimmy Hunter, Garry Robinson, Dur-
wood Featherstone, Bob Aston, Eugene
Anderson, Don Myers, Jimmy Tomlin-
son, Jerry Bibby, Arthur Stone, James
Bohanan, Bill Harris, Joe Park, Bob
Tribble, Eddie Bevering.
Summary of The 1953 Football Season
By ROBERT CRISWELL
At the end of the football
season the Leopards shared
third place with Sunset and
Crozier ' Tech. The '53 gridders
had a season of five wins and
five losses while winning three
and losing three games in city
play. The season went some-
thing as follows:
' POLY PARROTS-The Leop-
ards won their first opening
game in a number of years by
defeating Fort Worth Polytech-
LAMAR REDSKINS-The Leop-
ards ran into a stone wall when
they- met the state's No. 1
team, paced by all-state candi-
date Walter Fondren. They were
ENNIS LIONS-Not fully re-
covered from the recent defeat
by Lamar, the Leopards were
again held scoreless as Ennis
upset them 7-0.
GRAND PRAIRIE GOPHERS -
The Oak Cliffites came from be-
hind twice as the Leopards beat
the Gophers 21-13. There were
only two minutes left in the
game when John Coates passed
to Wayne Reed for the winning
touchdown and Bud Watson in-
tercepted a Gopher pass and
ran 55 yards to put- the clincher
SUNSET n1soNs-For the sec-
ond straight year the Leopards
overran the favored Bisons. Bob
Nelson kicked the first field
goal Dal-Hi has seen
years as they mauled
SOUTH OAK CLIFF GOLDEN'
BEARS-Adamson won the Oak
Cliff championship as they des
feated the Bears 3-O in a mud
drenched Cotton Bowl as
Nelson kicked another- fleldi
WOODROW WILSON WILD-
CATS-The Leopards tasted their
first bite of defeat in city play
as Woodrow Wi1son's mighty
-Wildcats upset them 33-0.
CROZIER TECH WOLVES. -
The Leopards suffered their sec-
ond loss as the Wolves, led by
Larry George, came from behind
to score a 32-22 win over thenrl
FOREST LIONS-The 'Leopj
ards came from behind to de-
feat the underdogflsions 19-112
as Jerry Nickell' joined the "Over
50 Yards Club" by running back
a punt 75 yards to score a
NORTH DALLAS BULLDOGS-4
The Leopards closed' out' the
season with a 47-7 loss to the'
Bulldogs, with Bob Burton scor-
ing the lone Leopard' touchi
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First row: Bob Frudiger, Ray Robinson,
Billy Rogers, Larry Minyar, Keith
Guynes, G. B. Shaw, Dennis Thorton,
John Bell, Gerald Bullington.
Second row: Richard Ard, Ray Elliot,
Jackie Nichols, Delton Hunt, John
Eagle, Ronnie Sandefor, John Love,
George Gardner, Bob Seiber, Sonny
Third row: Gerald Bain CMJ, Donald
Jones, Derral Johnson, Ted Hargis, Earl
Montgomery, .larrell Price, Joel Lax-
son, Tony Ramirez, Lem Spec, Gerald
Carsey, Joe Geigon, Coach J. B. Head.
First row: Coach Chandler, Howard
Pachell, Bob Latterman, Byron Ken-
nedy, Mike Ross, Monte Maddox, Louie
Bledsoe, George Folse, Winston Tanco,
Antonio Vallejo, Bobbie Everhart,
Robert Helfert, Tony Vallejo.
Second row: K. J. Raddy, Wayne Short,
Curtis Hitt, Frank Collins, Tommy Las-
seter, Bob McDonough, Wayne Shipp,
Wayne Roberts, Jeff Duncan, Charlie
Foster, Bobby Waldon.
Third row: Bobby Becker, Henry Pat-
ton, Davis Harris, Keith Harris, Jerry
Sudderth, Lin McDonald, Tommy Ab-
bot, Archie Word, Robert Rumfett,
Larry Tucker, Anthony Brannon.
Fourth row: Fred Siman, Cecil Moore,
Kenneth Murphy, Billy Stewart, Emory
Johnson, Carl Ray, Sonny Stevens,
Randy Wiler, Joe Woods, A. W. Mc-
Quearey, Jessie Denney, George Buell,
Jim Lawson 3115
as Hema sm: wgim fieli
fic safety slogan of fidd' Thomas '
ay,'Alive Tomorrow" ln t Coate r
nson's Leopards per-
W as they shared the gm . 1 N l fo
JAMES HUGHES in --the District 4-AAAA the ogemli
' with South Oak Cliff
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grab , , barely th
H liopards were ever alert
ball. in d zone ahead of
X get 35
.nd on' first
fer, getting a
f. 'from Jimmy
'in their city series debut against Sunset P1aYe1'S- But this ' tear him for the
sunset Thursday night at Dal-Hi lmnfffve the Leopards- f ' Bobby Coleman
. the I'eSl11t3.I'1t Coates! Passe:
kept the Leopards After Gene Wrig
5 AT A GLANCE end for a first
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.are of the champion- X ive, - he tossed
2 third straight SP I0n'the Sunset 28,
i 6 Xfourff but Coates
t possession e Horton all alone on
:nes on fum' A made a perfect peg.
k advanf XA' stumbled as he caught
istics f ,ball and fell a foot short of
"' vA8 goal line. Horton made it
. 100 ' over on the next down, however
GENE WRIGHT' F , and Nelson 'converted as the
3,500 Far, ff Leopards shot into the lead for
We 0 Word, good f-
E500 XML -, 'O' other me
nv, ,ren rs in the open-
gif' pit W 5 over on the
Nided ' :fymfm Jerry
freir adval 5' f'-Iggblereby
f ackhng br len afds I
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ite, also was ma L 3 a Wide
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.fpards both now have sez l ,by Dickie
ords of thr e victories' PUM-
rds showed 1
eh favored L
ards for Aa
p .the Sunset
t 4:40 of the
'fielding the ' Deavers
Fey added a 11 On the 2,
hdown and- er' for the
Bisons in th! -.H ,aelefr-famed.
la 14-7 halftime le JOHN COMES? the join.
JERRY NxcKeLL WAYNE REED
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elson calmly boo1
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CHARLES NICHOLAS BOB NELSON
what wrapped up the
scoring in.only a thug
as the Leopards SC
'ak Cliff, 3-0, Fri-
Qhe Cotton Bow'l's
ut of 7,500 watched ffm?
win theirsecond U65
g in the ciky race Plflyi
.ng the , Grizzlies. .. trlctl
nded the Leopards. last
stly rhq ' by
H Opp! . WALTER wooo
's rlecisiv three-pointer
'Wi three m' utes gone in
6 - over' on the SOC 20
0 flue Reed slammed the
aes' Kennith J ones hard as
s ,,e's tried to pass. Clinton
.Waddell grabbed the ball as it
left Jones' hands. Three running
X plays moved the ball to the 14,
C, ' Z GAMEVAT A GLANCEfv
X First downs ............ fqxfnlion geo
3:1532 zainrd rushlnz ...... 174 52
from F M
-their 38. 'I ROBERTIRION .
perfect pass to the hustling
Bailey, ,who rambled to the
overtofwlf him. . if-Sig
No'1'fl2i,.gxis' held for ,
the 1 "' ' "L""
FII-ld SH!! Wrlkll'
Iis ended their 1953
scoring at5:45 of thef' -Yoda
on a '3'7fyard 'dasl'
ton. A bad S' ' 1
Friday night just Sh 3 which wkepf' Q
opened it back in en , off .a fp-
a losing note. m the 1 5
Lions played per- II0- K
I game of the sea- INIQ M Q Y u 8 Af
A bowing to Adamson, Quart oolce JENKINS ' ' 6 , After,
One of the seasonls smallest glIQISe:oZ'0T,1I21IigLLlgggg,w X O I-41 touch'
crowds, around 1,500, watched 140-pound Speedsteg ' feconds wer'
the contest which left Forest hind good block: Ai- Q11aI't9I'baCk
with a 1-9 won-and-lost record 'right Sidelimv' -' made the- final
for the season and an 01,6 record Leon Schwr 5 ' , Fight guard, Rnd
in District 4-AAAA competition. .. , ,, Z s00'fh'S C0l'lV9I'Si0I1 sent'
The victory was Adamson's ,JIOIIS into a 7-6 halftime
third in five city games, and Fm, O fd.
y' X "Adamson Regmsqe-1'
fi Adamson wastec
O ' X 2 gaining the lead
0 5 33-6 quarter, with Bur
, I right 'tackle and 1
111 h1S 75-Yard to,score. Gene W1
Q 6 115011 then made- the other 9 yards
.icegsful extra point push,
' """E Strnad was the
, s o
ground gainer, w
on 17 carries. Tl:
his most impressiw
yards on 12 can
were Bud Watson
Charlie Nichols, -
Clifford Cook and Jarr JOE gglgggy
while Carl Smith, Lesneg nan-
cock, Neal Faulkner and Walter
Stockdale paced the Lions on
Ends-Smith, Havens. Malone. Taylor.
Tac5clesEiNf1nce. Hancock. Lemon. Ly'
some HoRToN ,mguas1iF1,i.EE?sEdJ.i1l:3iI J. smm,
WILLIAM HARRIS WELDON TUCKER LOUIS BORGESON 309- SI CLINTON TWADDELL
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First row: Bledsoe, Martin, Wanen, Sheets, Barker.
Second row: Cowgill, Crane, Cowell, Miller, Fite, May, Burk- 0
halter, Mr. Fuller.
Third row: Hollingsworth, Samford, Hill, Jones, Ramsey, Mew-
W.H.A. Cagers Scratch Ov Q
sunset with 59-42 win Qc' 5 so
N see' N.D. Goes Down After
cm Cm, 3,,ff.g,e, Q? Close ss to sz mu.
In Close Tilf ez-sa .ZF
.Hold Second in C5 0' K' Q'
Adamson Keeps Hopes:
Rips Forest 73-33
N qs' Leopards Clip
'o Bulldogs 56-48
First row: Eason, Sudderth, Hulcy, Morrison Beady Stallings
Second row: Mr. Guzick, Johnson, Bookout Cathey Lohman
Watson, McNeal, Fulkerson.
Third row: Kennedy, Cotton, Laxton, Martin Bullmgton Pittman
By Adamson Quint
J. T. HILL SONNY SAMFORD
Captain "All City"
Three Year Letterman Two Year Letterman
A. C. MILLER Captain LEO BURKHALTER
One Year Letterman Two Year Letterman Three Year Letterman
LOUIE COWELL JUNIOR HIGH ACES JERRY HOLLINGSWORTH
One Year Letterman
Kenny Rambo, R. A. Rade, Dan McCormick.
TOMMY COWGILL JACK MEWBOURN
One YC31' LClI8I'IIl8l'l One Year Letterman
Z I ?54
City Champs 1953
First row: Wes Barker, George Martin, A. C. Miller, Raymond Mendias, .lack Corbett, Jimmy
Carpenter, Assistant Manager.
David Bookout, Billy Fulenwider, Randolph Butcher, Clinton Twaddell, Leo Burkhalter, Tom
Kindred, David Ferguson.
Third row: Jack Nichols, Clif Jones, Bob Nelson, Louie Cowell, Sonny Samford, Richard Higgin-
hotham, Douglas Crane, Coach Chandler.
E9 1954 SCHEDULE il W
March 2-Irving, here
8 March 4'-Tech, there
March 9-Highland Park, there
March 10-Tech, here
March 12-Waco, there
' March 15-Hillcrest, here
March 16-Irving there
March 17-Carter Riverside, Fort Worth,
. . there M
P March 19-20-Austin, there
1 I March 23-Hillcrest, there
March 26-Highland Park, Revershon Park
March 30-Carter Riverside, here
April 2 and May 3-Forest
April 3 and 29-North Dallas
S Q April 6 and 20-Sunset
XX April 8 and 22-South Oak Cliff
April 10 and 24-Woodrow Wilson
Q April 13 and 27-Tech
X April 17 and May 4-Hillcrest w
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Two Year Letterman
Jack Nichols, Sonny Samford, Two Year Letterman, Captaing Clint
Twaddell, Two Year Lettermang Bill Fulenwider, Bob Nelson, Two Year
A. C. Miller, 2 Year Letterman, and Raymond Mendlez
Three Year Letterman
Two Year Letterman
coach-J. B. HEAD fq
if BG BLS
First row: Norman Smith, A. W. Perry, Larry Minyard, Ronnie Sanderfer, Jack Walker, David
Larson, Bobby Ratcliff, Jack Clevenger, Allen Patton, Ray Elliot.
Second row: Mr. Head, Donald Jones, Bill McLean, Monte Fite, Milburn Smith, Robert Robson,
Lanny Marion, Bob Burton, Richard Ard, Robert Ladyman, Bobby Eberhard.
Third row: Jack Harper, Richard Goldman, Sidner George, John Harp, Harold Rump, Joe Geiger,
Bob Tribble, Jim Tombleson, James Harbin, Jack Lacey.
Fourth row: Skippy Garrison, Dan McCormick, Bob King, R. H. Wade, Homer Crim, Don Price,
Jack Montgomery, Robert Irion, Jim Doughman, Harold Hill.
Due to the fact that the Oak must go to the
Publisher's before the track season, the results will
be in the 1955 Oak.
Coach-AR. N. SMITH
Left to right' Coach R N Smith, John Smith Minnette H man, Mike Galbraith, Julie
. . . , y
Ferguson, Henry Knapek, Bob McAfee, Marion Regan.
Sponsor-R. N. SMITH
Coach-L. C. LEFTWICH
First row: Jimmie Hammett, John Woods, Troy Lovell, Mickey Kleber, Dick Wright.
Second row: Coach Leftwich, Joe Warren, Wayne Short, Luther Brannon, Ronnie
Q My VL.
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This Year in Leopardville
Sept. 9-The halls of Adamson were once again filled with
loyal Adamsonites. Attention girls! The boys outnumber
you by 77. Four new teachers joined our faculty: Jane
Etheridge, Billy Carter, Arvo Goddard, and Delmer
Sept. 16-All Senior Spanish students celebrated Mexico's
Independence Day by telling different classes in school
Sept. 17-Wayne Reed, John Coates, and Bob Nelson provided
the margin for Leopard 7-6 victory over Poly Parrots of
Sept. 26-Lamar CHoustonl trampled over our Leopards in a
struggling 47-0 defeat.
Sept. 29-Julie Ferguson was appointed Editor of the Oak
while Christine Compton is our new Editor of the Acorn.
Oct. 1-Buddy Bryant heads the 4A class with Richard Reed
being Vice President and Rita Kempe taking the minutes.
Oct. 2-Our army has seven new sponsors now. They are
Dixie Graham, Mimi McLean, Mary Slaughter, Nancy
Hightower, Betty Carter, Edene Tey, and Connie Dixie.
Oct. 3-The Ennis Lions walloped our TEAM by a narrow
7-0 victory. During the half time our band played Dragnet
while Sandra Liverman, Lindy Easley, Gloria Paine, Betty
Brock, Barbara Reed and Jo Ann Smith twirled their
batons and Rita Kempe, Richard Reed, Lolita Hill, Bob
King, Julie Hale, Joe Barta, Cindy Henslee and Roy Glass
led the yells.
Oct. 9-The Leopards trimmed the Grand Prairie Gophers 23-21
with fumbles aiding the win.
Oct. 15-The big Oak Cliff Duel was on tonight with all the
usual festivities. lt came to a good end when Adamson
smeared Sunset in an exciting 17-7 victory.
Oct. 23-While the Fair was in full force and there were
plenty of sick stomachs around, the fighting Leopards
trampled the South Oak Cliff Bears 3-0.
Oct. 28-Queen For A Day Lolita Hill was crowned in a
beautiful and exciting ceremony. Our prancing Head
Leopardettes, Mary Slaughter, Jeannie Strain, and Caro-
lyn Baumgartner, twirled their fiery batons in a com-
pletely dark stadium. After all this the mighty Wildcats
of Woodrow won over our hard fighting Leopards 31-0.
Nov. 20-We "Licked the Lions," even though they were
fighting hard, by a margin of 19-13.
Nov. 21-Our cagers, led by Leo Burkhalter and Clifford
Jones, won their opening game against Van 48-41.
Dec. 1-The Leopards tied for third place as the 1953 season
ended in football.
Dec. 3-Our sophomore debaters, Elaine Bridges, Wanda
Sumerall, Sally Chenault and Pat Eagle, came back from
Muskogee with the honor of winning the Little National
Dec. 22-We held our annual Christmas program put on by
the speech and music departments. This was followed by
the presentation of our contribution to the Penny Parade
to worthwhile organizations. The halls of Adamson will
be empty for two whole weeks for at last Christmas vaca-
tion is here.
Jan. l9hPerna Nalls, Don Ramsey, Pat Ragland, Emma Lou
Bilderback, Pat Maples, Mary Lou Batla, Pat Teddlie and
Connie Dixie were elected in the newly formed Spanish
National Honor Society.
Jan. 26-Everything is very quiet around Old Leopardville for
today is the first day of final examinations.
Jan. 29-The powerful W.H.A. Cagers smeared Sunset by a
margin of 59-11-2.
Feb. 1-Enrollment day brings a lot of excitement and con-
fusion but all is forgiven when school lets out at 2:30.
Feb. 12-Bud Watson heads the 4A class with Leo Burk-
halter as Vice President, and Kay Klecka as Secretary.
Feb. 16-The Adamson Student Body elected their Oak Favor-
ites today. The favorite seniors are Bud Watson, Julie
Hale, Leo Burkhalter, and Jessie Lewellyn. Underclass
favorites are Walter Wood, Jean Thompson, Bob Nelson,
and Becky Shaw.
Feb. 18-The Blue and White Cagers won 10 out of 11 in
City play this year and boasted one of the State's top
March 1-We are so glad to see our principal, Mr. Allen, back
again for part time after an extended illness and are
hoping he will soon be in his office all the time.
March 7-Since the Oak goes to the publishers today, we are
unable to report on our spring sports. We hope to bring
the outstanding features from these events in our 1955
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409 So. Beckley WO-0078
George M. Stuart
FLORIST IN OAK CLIFF
I3I5 N. Zangs Blvd.. WE-46I5
Jefferson af Bishop
Prescripfions Called for and
Delivered-No Exfra Charge
Edin Walaea ,
' LEVERINGTON JEWELERS
Jewelry Made +o Order
I7 YEARS EXPERIENCE
925 Wesf Jefferson
PHONE wE-asoa '
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333 W. JEFFERSON BLVD.
MAIN STORE l005 W. JEFFERSON PHONE WI-I I33
CAK CLIFF AUTO TOP F h O
and SEAT COVER co. 'es range
FANCY TAILORED SEAT COVERS I209 N. ZANGS
AND CONVERTIBLE Tops opposne Lake Cliff
4I5 N. Beckley Ave. WO-4776
YoungbIood's Fried Chicken
I26 E. COLORADO YA-8333
DEL-IAURIHASENT SERVICE PRINTING a
STORE OFFICE SUPPLY Co.
'fo o gFFSEE QSINIQNIG
Congrafulm : OFFICE FURNITURE
.954 Seniors 633-37 W. Davis YU-73I8
I I I5 N. Zangs
Try Our New Delicious Chile-Me and
IF YOU LIKE CHILI. YOU'LL LOVE CHILI PIES
Parfies Are Our Speciaifies WO-0685
Oak Cliff Savings
and Loan Association
"THE SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN
FRIENDLY OAK CLIFF"
Jefferson af Bishop
FOR SMOOTH DRIVING and
See NAVY SURPLUS
I58 W. Jefferson
1 PHONE Complefe Line of ROTC Supplies
N V YA-2620 Hunfer's and FisI'Ierman's
1-Q YA-8624 Headquarfers
N 7 625 N. Beckley COME IN AND BROUSE AROUND
Established-Oct. IZ, I9I4
702 E. Jefferson
Yukon-751 I I
THE SOUTH'S MOST
MODERN CLEANING PLANT
E. W. KERR- Owner
'Por'rrai+s of DIsI'incI'ion"
PH OTOGRAPH ER
2I26 Forf Worfh Avenue
CHILD STUDY YUIcon 8900
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We, the Oak Staff of 1954, wish to
express our thanks to those who have
contributed their untiring efforts in pub-
lishing this annual.
Especially do we wish to thank Mr.
Allen, Mr. Meek, and lVlrs. Moore for
their understanding and helpful assist-
We appreciate our sponsors, diligent
service . . . their efforts made the Oak
possible. The interest and enthusiasm
of the faculty and the student body have
Last, but not least, we Want to thank the
Taylor Publishing Co. and Mr. Cathey,
our photographer, for their patience and
co-operation to make this annual a suc-
THE OAK STAFF
Taylor Publishing Compa y D H
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