Clipped From The Ruston Daily Leader
RICHARDSON WILL DELIVER COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS AT HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY, JUNE 4 Mary Elizabeth Folk Named Representative, June Mitchell Salutatorian of Graduating Claw; Commencement Sermon To Be Delivered by Rev. Hickt Sunday, May 30th —— *• Former Ruston Man Killed In Auto Accident Frank Mullin, formerly of Ruston, and youngest son of W. H. H. Mullin, former mayor of Ruston, was killed instantly Monday near Leesvllle, La., in an automobile accident, it has been learned here. Surviving are his widow, the former Miss Buchanan, of Texarkana, Arkansas, where Mr. Mullin resided prior to the accident. SECOND LEWIS RISES AS ALLY OF C10HEAD Iowa Coal Miner Called Twin Of His Famous Leader DBS MOINES, la., May 18 (UP) — Another black-haired, barrel- chested Welshman is emerging from the Iowa coal mines to assume a place of importance in America's labor picture. He is J. C. (Sandy) Lewis, president of the Iowa FederaUop of Labor, whose striking similarity to John L. Lewis, C. II O. leader, does not stop at the name. The lowan recently was. appointed by President Roosevelt to the national bituminous coal commission and is expected to take the post in June. Ninety-four graduates of Ruston High School, who will receive their diplomas here this year were announced today by H. E. Townsend, superintendent of City Schools. Among the number are 39 boys and 56 girls. Eighty-eight of the number will end their high school careers on June 4, while six others are scheduled to graduate at the end of the summer term, it was said. Commencement exercises are scheduled to be held in the High School Auditorium, Friday evening, June 4, at 8 o'clock, with President E. S. Richardson, of Louisiana Tech delivering the commencement address. Miss Mary Elizabeth Folk will represent the graduating/ class, while Miss June Mitchell hat been named salutatorian. The commencement sermon will be delivered in the auditorium by Dr. Gujr M. Hicks, pastor of Trinity Methodist church, Sunday, May 90, at 2:30 p. m., it has been announced. Those who will receive their diplomas at the program June 4, are as follows: Beys Kenneth Alexander, Howard Baugh, Jas. Boddie, J. W. Breedlove, George Galloway, William Clark, Sam Colvin, Floyd Farmer, Bobbie Foster, Cleonis Fowler, Maurice Hall, Joe Iren, Wiley Jones, R. M. Kolb, F. G. Kelly, J. B. Lear, James Manry, Pierce Mooney, Loy Nelson. Willis Neal, Orady. Odofn, fctes Woarlgues, *rt Riser, Irving Saint, Elmo Simmons, Charles Shelor, Joe Tuten, Dewey Thurmon, Gary Brewster, Preston Chandler, Bobbie High, Jimmie Holstead, Wayne Liner, Wyman Splnks, James Richardson, Jack Terrill.