Dr. F. P. CULVER
WILL BE HELD FRIDAY
BY I. 0. 0. F.
Commencement week was in-
augurated at the Odd Fellows Home
Sunday morning and the exercises
will continue during the coming
week. Dr. F. P. Culver, pastor of
the First Methodist Church, de-
livered the baccalaureate sermon.
There will be nine graduates
from tho Odd fellows Home this
year, eight girls and one boy, as
Ben Ila Brown, Vertie Campbell.
Elsie Duunell, Winnie Edelmon.
Lee Hodges, Evelyn Knight,
Bertha Rogers, Golidean Whitaker,
and Clyde White.
Dr. Culver took as a text James
4:14—"For What Is Life?"
Tuesday evening at 9 o’clock, a
kindergarten program will be giv-
en to which the public is invited.
On Wednesday evening the Fine
Arts students will present “Miss
Cherry Blossom,” a Gilbert and
Sullivan comic opera. This is the
first time that the students at the
Home have staged such a prod-
uction and the cast includes a
chorus of forty voices.
On Thursday evening the Senior
class will present its annual class
play and on Friday evening the
final commencement exercises will
be held, with the presentation of
Corsicana Daily Sun - Monday, May 30, 1927
Submitted by Diane Richards