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HENDERSON HOME NEWS HendM^on, HvnM Tuesday, May 22, 1962 OR. TICE SPEAKS AT TOPS MEET TONIGHT
Dr. Tice will speak on •MenUl Health" at tonight's meeting of Whistlebait Tops Club at 282 Tungsten Street. The session will open at 7 p.m. and all interested persons are welcome to attend. Mrs. Virginia Doherty was
ruest speaker at the meeting of May 15, presenting a book report on "Ileduce and Stay Reduced" by Dr. Norman Jollisse. Fifteen members weighed in at the meeting. Mrs. Lenna Stoll was "Queen for the Week with the greatest weight loss.
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A4EET THE PRESS — Talking over a story for "The Ship's Log," are Miss Bertha Pepper, left, a senior Bible major from Jackson, Miss., and president of Chi Sigma Phi Literary Society; Miss Smitd and Miss Joyce Somerwill, a >freahman elementary education major from Dayton, Ohio, who edits the paper.
TWO FOR THE OPERA — Miss Smith and Mr. Ohman check their reservations for a performance of the Bob Jones University Opera Aatociation. Guest artists from the Metropolitan and other leading opera companies sing the major roles with the Univerisity chorus and orchestra. The most recent production was Verdi's "Aida," presented on March 29 and 31.
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Groduation Exercises For 147 Basic Seniors Slated May 31
will play Mendlessohn's "Elegy." Awards will be presented by U. Robert Lunt, assistant high school principal: scholarships will be presented by Principal John A. Dooley. Area School Administrator Lyal W. BurkhoWer »«n'introduce the honored guests followed by the presentation of the class by Principal Dooley. Diplomas will be presented by Chester T. Sewell, president of the Clark County Board of Education, followed by the National Anthem by the band. The exercises will close with a benediction by the Reverend Glenn H. Lutz, Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church; and the recessional. "War March of the Priests" by Mendlessohn, by the Basic High School Band. The public is invited to attend.
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Graduation exercises for 147 Basic High School seniors will be held at 8:15 p.m., Thursday, May 31, at the high school gymnasium. The processional. 'PoTip and Circumstance" by Elgar, t>y-^e "Sasic '" high School Ilj4a*' win be followed by the •"Invocation by Bishop Theral Lefler of the Church of JesFR 2-«451 us Christ of Latter Day Ah MaicM RepairMl Saints. 22? WATER STREET Ingrid Schindler will deliAcross Trom Th* ver the Salutatory address and Marcia Compton the Val5cllOOl edictory address. The band
Baccalaureate Sciieduled For Sunday, May 27
Baccalaureate Service for graduating Seniors at Basic High School will be held Sunday, May 27, at 3 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Thi pu^K^s invited to attend, i The- processional, "Crussf' der's Hymn" by Frederict Wick, will be sung by the Basic High School Chorus. The Reverend Robert Johnson, Minister of the Church of Christ, will give the invocation, followed by 'The Lord's Prayer," Albert Mallotte, by Ellouise Howes. The Reverend A. R. Coleman, Pastor of the First Southern Baptist Church, will deliver the baccalaureate sermon, followed by Henry Russell's, "The Halls of Ivy' by the Basic High School Chorus. Closing the service will be the benediction by the Reverend J. R. Nichols, Vicar of St. Timothys Episcopal Church and the recessional, •Holy, Holy, Holy', by the congregation.
LEHER TO THE EDITOR
Gentlemen: 1 am very interested in knowing whether you have any additional copies of the page on Montana School of Mines and student, Jerry Blake, in your May 10th issue. IfT)ossible, I would like to have about eight copies and would be most happy to reimburse you for the cost . I iHJlieve the series is very worthwhile and should prove very interesting to other prospective students. Sincerely yours, Mrs. Marva Powell Secretary to the Dean Montana School of Mines.
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