Lincoln Parish Graduates 1934
THREE HIGH SCHOOLS HAVE 42 GRADUATES Dubach Uadt Choudrtnt and and Hico With 18 Graduatea High schools in Lincoln Partoh will all close June i after a nine month's session. Forty-two seniors will graduate from high schools outside of Huston. DuMch hJfh school will have ihe largest number of graduates in Lincoln Pariah outside of Rus<ton. There will be eighteen who will receive diplomas there. They are: Girls: Cteie Alexander, Mary Paye Colvin, Perline Colvin, Paul ine Holder, Willie B. Hunt, Ohry stal Richardson, Erin 'Roberts. Ira Lou stokes. Boys: Hudson Avory Belton Colvin, J. B. Harrist, Aubrey Jarmon, Milton Jarmon. Edward Nappsr, Wesley Napper, Lonnie Smith, Merle Woodward. W «. Hickle. Bert Warren is principal of the Dubach high school. The Choudrant high school is a close second Jn number of graduates to receive ttieir diplomas. Mar- jJorie Emory Is the honor student »t Choudrant high school. Other •graduates are: Oirls: Thelma But ter, Lela Mae Boyd, Katie Lea Calhoun, Christine Martin, Beulah Patterson, Freddie Russ, Jewel Sanderson, Monrique Sanderson Thesta Whitman. Boys: Byron Farmer and J. B. Jarmon. C. L. •Madden is principal of the Chou dranit high school. At Hlco there will be eight graduating seniors. The valedictorian ; is Edna Fowler and the salutator- ! ian is Durward MoCling. Tlie other graduating seniors are: Oirls: Bnuna Maud Doss, Avon Farley, opal Murphy, Louise Williams. Boy»: jEldon Deason and Holland Houch. The principal of the Hlco high school is c. W. Edwards.