Democrats. 65 Are Graduated in Shelbyville Exercises By Staff Correspondent SHELBYVILLE Sixty-five Sixty-five Sixty-five Shel byville high school seniors were awarded diplomas Monday night in commencement exercises in the high school auditorium before an audience of 400 persons. Twenty pupils were given honor awards for high scholastic stand ing. They were: Helen Bond, June Boys, Herman Branson, Betty Butler. Butler. Joy Carnes. Dean Christman Earle Corley, Charles Culberson. Clark Dove, Jr., Bernard Duckett James Edger, Eloise Gillaland, Aubrey Harless, Madge Hazen, Robert Hendricks, Marian Huffer, Jessie Jeffries, Margie Ruff, Margaret Margaret Ward, and William Wilson. The awards were given only to those students who have maintain ed an average of "B" or better throughout their four years of school. This is the largest group to receive the awards J. A. Mann principal, said. Marian Huffer and Earl Corley were awarded the D. A. R. citizen- citizen- snip meaais. xnese medals are given on the basis of votes by the seniors and members of the faculty.