Stauffer, Beverly Graduates from High School
SIXTY-THREE -' GRADUATES IN 1930 CLASS Will Receive Diplomas at the Commencement Exercises to Be Held at Christian Church Tonight. T» i . .1 . 7 h«rty-thrce hoys and thirty rls ' n class of 63, will receive I diplomas of graduation tit. the j cominenccment exercises of the Neosho high school to be held at th' Klrst Christian church to- light. It IH a very unusual thint if>y« than gi graduating class of a public school and so far as we know the. first time in the history of Neoaho schools. The exercises tonight will ie given entirely by members Of he class and the program of music and addresses will be very interesting. At the close, of the program Bupt. N. E. Vlles will present the class to the board of education and Dr. D~ I* Mitchell, president of the board, will present present the diplomas.