206 Get Diplomas in Annual County _^ ' - ~-n«_%, iw^ii^j, */vu.u ^vuiis, £jmer Graduation Here £&£ra»!£? SS I Earl Barr. Pansy Harper. Doyce Lee i ford. Henry J. Brown, Billie Lynch Duane Lynch, Vera Mays. Elmer Trietsch, Tom Brewer, James Ganzer, Catherine Gamer, S. Charles Franks. Grace Mills, John Mills. Elmer Pugh. Laura Shiflett, Mary Evelyn " . pupils reeled __.„ here Saturday morning m the annual county-widv 1 seventh grade graduation program held at Teachers College auditorium. Bullock Hyder delivered the commencement address. "The Work Shoo of Life." and R. L. Proffer, county su- and diplomas. Miss Genevieve Stewart played sional marches, and Rev. J. Prank j Buddy Martin. ^ M , ,_,., j Smith. Bobbie Wardlaw, Calvin ^ Byrom, Willie Mae Holbrook. James : Scoggins. John Edward Stine. Mar- ! vin Cecil Wilson, Prances Earl ( Copeiand. Catherine Elaine Hill i Eamestine Hutson. Wanda Mae' Jenkins. T. L, Johnson. Mary Lois ' Brown. Rudolph Esjgleston. Richard ! Harbert, Wayne Phillips. Keimeth : Redding. Henry Selbv. Louise ; Campbell. W. C. Galbraith. Emorv i XT S-** . - 1 — - *• im ™d VlSbers by Se ciub. -The Hum- aui Don Boswell. Charlie Peaster Lawrence Fields. Harold Neil Jones' Mary McDaniel. Joy McKenzie' Harry Parks. Leta Parson. Dortba Perkins. Charles Williams, Edward Claud Brown, Jimmie Ray of ed W. B. J. was unaer U ^ dlrclion or} Mrs - -^ elha Grahani ' m - grade pupi!s wh ° m ^ scorto * of *« test ^ "Buried: Bobby Lake D " llaS ' first: . Dallas, tied for second, and Raymond Stockard of Lake Dallas, third. Honor Awards Students receiving honor awards in other elementary grades of ihe ' schools included: First grade, Alice McMurray of Donald, Lavem Masten of Goodview and D^an Rankin- of Stony; second grade. Clina Fay Meador of Midwav. Margaret Hall of Friendship und Clara Belle Lambert of Dixon; third " , Ruby Schertz cf Blue Mound, of Blue Mallissee Harper of Cooper Creek and Velma Linen- schmidt of Blue Mound; fourth grade, Emory Preston Curry of Elm Ridge. Texas Ned Simpson of New Rachel Alice Toone of irings. Alma Loraine Grif- May Hill; fifth grade, Chf- )vercash of Cooper Creek, Norwood Bridges of Lake Dallas and Genevieve Linenschniidt of Blue Mound; sixUi grade, Rozelle Meador of Midway, Jijnmie Glenn Penner of Spring Hill and Sylvester Mudd of Friendship. Schools with their number of in Satur_ _ as follows: Fairfield, three; Fairview, two; Union Hill, one; Bolivar, nine; Gribble Springs, one; Prairie Chapel, one; Belew, three; Friendship, five; Good Hope, five; Spring Hill, six; Green Valley, six; Blue' Mound, three; Stony, six; Cooper Creek, five; New Hope, seven; Elm Ridge, five; Salt Branch, five; Lloyd, six; May Hill, 13; Center Point, 10; Corinth, six; Little Elm, 13,; Carney Spur, seven; McCurley, three; Lake Dallas, 14; Annie Blanton, four; Double Oak, -seven; Bethel, eight; Round Grove, one; Donald, 14; Liberty, seven;' "Midway, "five; Mi lam, .four; Plainview, eight, and Rock" HOI, three. List of Graduates The list of graduates follows: Dalton Hunn, Hollie Washburn Curtis Kay Wheat, Columbus" Ham - mons Jr., Kenneth Shelton, OJeta Ruth Odom, Pauline 'Barthold. J. M. Gilbert, Leroy McCIendon, Robert Marshall, Ethel Fay Robison, Meadows, Jem- Taylor, Billy'-Ruth Arthur. Kenneth Barnes. " T R Chastain Jr., Lillian Decker. Jewel Feagins, Laverne McDaniel, Fern Nix, Geneva Salmon. Raymond Shafer, MatJock Rose. Mozelle Testerman. Harold E. Walker. Johnny Edward Watson. Jack Bond. Jane't Gnffin. Gerald Howard, Clifton Lee Pannell, Benny Clyde Perry L. C. Crosby. J. B. Hudson, Emma Louise Patterson. Francis Coulter Dorothy Davis. Alvis Farrow. Thoin-' as Fitzsiinmons Jr.. Bennie Garrison. Warren Gumm. Bobby Hun- niL-ut, Glen Lakey. Raymond Stock- Margaret Stratton, Jennie Flor- neth Webb'. Mary Ella Wright James Cullen Bradford. Matthew McNeill. John Lewis Waste. Lillie Bcil Wells, Maymie Dane, Temple Dane. Glendolla Dupree. Roy M. Fisher. Zc-lma Glass, Frankie "New- sen. Jane Schoppaul, Lovd Eugene Anderson, Sylvia Eva Lena Bar- Sett, Vera Faye Oil lard, Juanita Willie Grimes. Marie Ethel Moore James Russell Prater. J. W. Robbins, James Houston Starling Hazel Armeda Carter, Audry Gates! Mack Crawford, Wilford Crosby. Reba Karle Cwnmings, Jack Edmonds Frances Flanagan. Johnnie Corine Greener. Annie "Mae HilHard, Edna Earl Raias, Mary Lou Montgomery Alia Lou Scott. Ray Jim Stockard' Johnnie Trogdon, Leslie Porter Brockette. Ruby Pauline Byrom Edward Lewis CarrolJ. Florence Agnes Carroll, Mary Helen Carroll Mary Alice Daniel, Lee Vandergriff Jr., Charles Ray -Bacon, Harvev Lewis Bargsley. James Edward Higgins, John E. McWhorter Jr Veeta Fay Ratliff, Jo Howard Hanna Kilmer Trietsch, Otto Trietsch Perry Tnetsch, Janice Bickle, Edith Faye Cockrill, Marguereite Hudgins Charles Hudgins. Wallace Hudgins' Julia May Ru ey , ivy Dale Moser', Travilla Sever, Clarence Black Buster calverley. Nati.e Lee Looper, Charles W. Kirkland to by . to of the introduced Lee Tooth aker. Roy Earl Vandever William D. Miller, C. D. Allen, Frances^ L. Enlpw, Ivan Enlow, Aumon D-Alexander, Fen ton Fanner, Imogene — * 'ell -Redfearn, Joyce Lee Butler, Weldon Davis. ' Billye Jo Naugher, Ogle Riddle, Truman L. RusseJ], James Reece Davis, Marteen Gotcher, Manuel Roy Griffey J. T. Penner, Bud Strickland Revel Franklin Yarbrough, John Brad- Denton Boy Advanced in U. S. Navy Service J. N. Pruett, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pruett, 07 Wood Street who is' enlisted in the United states Navy, has been advanced in rating to a- first class seaman, according to word received here by his parents. Pruett is on tht U. S. S. Mississippi wtih home port at San Pedro Cal j At present he is stationed in'Bre- merton;' Wash. He attended the Denton Senior High School, but was graduated from the Farmersville High School. The Sahara desert embraces an area nearly as large as the mainland of Europe.