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SOUTSISIBE HIGH 1 TO GRADUATE Exercises Will Open , Sun4 day Morning with the Commencement Sermon EOUTHSIDE, TENN, MAY 8. (Special) Commencement exercises for the Southside high school which will graduate a class of eleven will open Sunday morning with the delivery of the sermon at the Methodist church by the pastor, the Rev, Claude P. Giv-ens, who will speak on "Life's Dimensions." ' The class is composed of Misses Lillian Thomas Harris, Agnes Hudglns, Mattie Belle Davis and Mary Dickson; Francis Hudglns, Dudley Dunn, Alfred Mayneld, Averitt Thompson,' Alton Jones and Lewis and Wilbur' Pursell.' On Tuesday night the senior class play, "What About Betty?" will be given In the school auditorium. " Every member -of the-elass -will-take- place. The annual debate will take place on Thursday night between the Workman and Adkins .Literary societies. -The subject is "Resolved, that Chain Stores Are Detrimental." There will also be a reading and oratorical contest between representatives of the two societies. Graduating exercises will be held and various prizes will be awarded the I students. Prof. W,- J Gayden of the Austin Peay normal will be the speaker. On Monday night. May 18, pupils of Miss Mildred Black will present a recital in the auditorium.. The school has had a successful year's work under direction of Prof. John Matthews, Theodore Hinton, Miss Jessie Basford and Miss Marie Rig-gins. 'Friday night. May. 15, when diplomas.1

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  1. The Leaf-Chronicle,
  2. 08 May 1931, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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