1950 grad 2
6 The Industrial Arts and Home a Economics Departments will hold their annual exhibit Monday night. Work completed during the school year will be on display. The final meeting of the P.T.A. will also be Monday. The Boy Scout charter will be presented at this meeting. Sixteen Sixteen boys are members of the troup, which is under the leadership of William Biggs of Prostburg, and Walter C. Crawford ol the Carver faculty. The 28th Annual Senior Class Night program is expected to attract a large crowd Tuesday, June 6. This program will present Niles • Harper in an introduction of the class; Nellie Bush in a welcome address, Nancy Paige, class colors and flower; William Taylor, class" motto; Dolores Dolores Gates, historian; Harold Davis, class statistics; Jacquelowe Prlsby, class prophecy; Mildred Spencer, class will, and William Gilmore, giftorian. The 28th annual commencement exercises will be held in the school auditorium next Thursday. The program program includes music by the chorus, presentation of awards by Principal Earle L. Bracey and an instrumental instrumental solo by Greta Joan Mclntyre. The address will be delivered by Henry N. West, principal of School No. 129, Baltimore. Music lor this occasion will be under the direction of Robert Youngblood; Mrs. Earle L. Bracey, accompanist. Miss Ruth E. Franklin is the class adviser. Members of the class are: Nellie Jane Bush, Dolores Ann Gates, Nancy Louise Paige, Mildred Louise in in as an Spencer, Maurice Banks, Harold J Sylvester Davis, Jacqueline Frlsby, William Harlan Gilmore, and William William 'Samuel Taylor.