Denton Record-Chronicle June 1,1939

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Denton Record-Chronicle June 1,1939 - Miss V. Marie Easter was given iirsi pluce and...
Miss V. Marie Easter was given iirsi pluce and Miss Wiliiue Gad- j berry second place honors :or the I best all-round records in scholar| scholar| ship and citizenship at graduating i exercises of the Teachers College j high school held last night in the college auditorium. Dr. J. C. Matthews, Matthews, director of teacher training ' at the college, made the awards. For the best all-around work in music, a special award, made annually, annually, will go to Miss Martha Lou Harvey, it was announced. Since ! Miss Harvey does not graduate un[ un[ til this summer., presentation will ! be deferred until August. Sixty-two diplomas were awarded by H. B. Masters, principal of the Demonstration High School, to the members of the largest class in the history of the school since it was a sub-college division. Of these, six were from Center Point. Fifty- eight Demonstration students graduated graduated last year. Reception Held Exerecises. original}- scheduled io i be held out of doors, were forced inside by rain. Despite bad weather, a large audience attended. Following Following modern educational practices, the program was participated al- most entirely by students. Follow- { t ing the exercises, parents and friends were entertained at a reception at the College Clubhouse. Special music included Boatnyan- ski's "Lo, A Voice," sung by the Girls' Chorus under the direction of Mrs. Margie Stafford; Rachmani- noff's "Prelude in C Sharp Minor," played by Miss Arline Gant. and Woodbury's "Stars of the Summer Night." sung by the Mixed Chorus. Chorus. The talks included those made by Cecil Belcher. W. E. Vaughn, Vi Marie Buster, Willine Gadber- vy, Peggy Timken, Gerald Brenholtz, Brenholtz, and Dickson Boyd. Dorothy Maxwell served as presiding ofu- To Glide Across Lake Michigan In his German Minimoa glider. Dove of Peace, above. 27-year- old Ted Bellak, right, will attempt attempt a 54-mile motorless flight across vast Lake Michigan. The 54-mile course from Sturgeon Bay, WJs., to Frankfort. Mich.. will be longest overwater distance distance ever ^attempted in a glider. List of Graduates The list of graduates follow: Wai- ter Stanley Barber, Cecil Wayne j Belcher, Richard Wallace Boyd, i Bessie Brackney. Gerald Brenholtz. | Vi Marie Buster. Wallace Cashion, Charles Edwin Grain, Ray Dickie. i William Manuel Evans, Mary Jew- ] el Ferguson. Fred Ferry Jr., Margaret Margaret Foster, Noel Francis, Willine Gadberry. Arline Gant, Pat Garrison, Garrison, Herman Gattis, Robert George. Marvin Hawk, Douglas Helvey, Helvey, Loral Hickman. Frances Hicks, William Chester Holland. Zona Belle Howard. Glen Edward Hunt. William William Olive Johnson. Mary Helen Kaplan, Geraldine Littrell, Naomi Lofland. Ray Massey, Dorothy Mae Maxwell, Albert Mikesha, Juanita Musgrave, La Verle McCary, Maurice Maurice McGraw. William Henry Mc- Nitzky, Lillie Mae Nasn, Dal ton Parsley, Herbert Petty, Joe Pierce, Ruby Powell, Leo Randies, Durward Richardson, Ardath Riek, Neva Jo Riek, Charles Seagraves. Marguerite Marguerite Shields. L. Z. Smith. Earl Smith, Man' Elizabeth Solomon, Wayne Stanford, Jerry Stark. Glynn Stiff. Jack Thurman, Peggy Timken, Lorene Lorene Underwood, Katheryn Van Voorhis, Arvel Ray Vaughn, W. E. Vaughn. Howard V/atson, Martha Lou Webb. Center Point graduates were Wil- liam Evans, Fred Ferry Jr., Marvin Hawk, Ray Massey, Lillie Mae Nash and W. E. Vaughn. S. C. W. GRADUATE WEDS IN FORT WORTH Miss Genevieve Whitaker, a graduate graduate of S. C. W.. and H. Kenneth Sutton of Wink were married Tuesday Tuesday at 7 p. m, in the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Ruth Whitaker in Fort Worth. The bride wore an; old rose frock with navy blue and- rose accessories. ^After a trip to New'i Mexico the couple will be at home; in Wink. ELECTRIC FANS For a full summer of enjoyment buy our guaranteed fans now. .$6.45 .$4.45 10-in. Oscillating ~ 10-in. Straight 8-in. Straight $1.89 8-in. Straight _ $1.59 KIMBROUGH-TOBIN Phone 47

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