Clipped From The Lawton Constitution
Â· Seniors lo Give Talks At Douglass Two Douglass high school scn: scn: iors. Wayne Banks and Ralph the plane \ Walker, will make i of ihe commencement exercises at S p.m. ; ,.j c , t | more lhan I Friday. anc l armed ! Howard Babbitt, president of ; the school board, will present ! plomas. John Shoemaker, superin- of ciiy schools, and John | R, Sadberry, p-.-incipni, will . appear on the program, . scr ,j or c ,j a , ss rnotlo, "If the Broken. Try . whpr| oaf;h b[[s Stol)p0d .,, l h lh? S;ai ' V ' * t h e m e Â° f l h Â£ S'^'m- ' Alabama troops goi ol: Banks wili t a l k on "Success day. Yesterday ;?nd Tomorrow" u a and Walker will discuss "Elevator 1 a to success. Rev. W. II. ilighlower will give lhe opening prayer, wilh closing prayer and benediction by Rev. B. Davis. irayer ana oencnicLiun oy ni.-v. w. 3. Davis. ; ser.trncnt oyci^ what Senior sextet will sing "It's a ; 3rand Night for Singing." Band ; md mixed chorus at the school ilso perform for Ihc ceremonies. , down : Vclma Turnman wi ing" and seniors will tlic ceremonies. sing "Morn- sing their class song. M;.'ilic Simpson wi!; present a salute from the class of 1931 and Â· Lcttie R. Hunter wi!! recognize that class.