Marie Manasco May 20, 1932 Commencement
STATE HOME HIGH PROGRAM OPENED DR. BERGIN TO DELIVER BACCALAUREATE SERMON ON SUNDAY EVENING Commencement exercises at the State Home open with a stylo show conducted by the hoirje economies department tonight at 8 o'clock in the main auditorium. Open house was held by this department today. Dr. J. W. Bergin, pastor of the First Methodist Church, will deliver the baccalaureate sermon Sunday night at 8 o'clock in the auditorium of the Home. Programs will be held throughout the week wilh final commencement exercises on Friday night, May 27. Judge William Hawley Atwcll of Dallas will deliver the class address, Tuesday night the annual R. Q. Mills debate will he held, Wednesday will be senior day and Thursday night the Junibr-Senior-Alu- 'mni banquet will bo held. Following is the senior cias 1 ) roll: Clifton White, Charles Johnron, Willie Calvin Lewis, Eddie Johnson. Doyle Marshall, Kenneth Marshall, Gordon Elkins, Alvls Turpln, Floyd Phillips, Raymond Black, Lewis f_,ear, ja,ncs McCowan, Wilson Lane, Morgan Ward, Ray Austin, Buster Hurtt, Earl Wilkert-on, Roland Sdrin.sr- lon, Dorothy Hamblin. Mary Jones, Kitty Belle Suggs. Mary Ruth Clark, Sadie Lee Oberllnj Velina Jo Martin, Colleen Lenington, Ruby Wood, Mary Opal Austin, Imogene Bock, Mary Joe Perdue He!en Lear, Cora 'Heath, Birtie Thrower, Florence Earlc, Jessis Lockwoocl, Mamie Joe Haie, Thclma Sellers. Marie Manasco, Mnrguerltte Dittman and Elizabeth Theile.