XIX Century Club Honors State Home
Seniors on Friday
afternoon, June 3, members of the XIX Century Club, drove out in
their cars to the State Home for the thirty graduates of the class
of 1930, and took them to the country club for dinner.
flowers in every available niche and corner lent their beauty and
gracefulness to the already attractive club room, where tables were
attractively arranged for the lovely three course dinner.
The girls and
boys chose their partners by means of a unique flower game. During
the progress of the dinner, the guests wore entertained with
contests led by the club president, Mrs. Charles G. Jester and Mrs.
Robert Watt, Then charmingly obliging, the following seniors
contributed songs and readings to the evening's program: Helen
Moore, Weldon Bryant, Earl Allverson, Herman Parsons and Frank
The affair ended
with an expression of appreciation by the class president, Oscar
James Baker, and then amid adieus, assurances were given, of the
pleasure derived in entertaining such attractive young folks.
The following is
a list of the graduates: Hazelle Knight, Lydia Jackson, Helen
Montfort Moore, Helen Elizabeth Blackburn, Etta Labertha Brae, Milly
Ruth Owens, Lucille McAdory, Mary Higgins, Frances Elizabeth
Britton, Carol Jean Richardson, Lillian Moore, Linnie Hudson, Ruth
Little. Myrl Little, Berdie Knight, Mary Bess Reid, Otis Jerry
Davenport. Ermon A. Richmond, Oscar James Baker, president; Ernest
L. Mader, Earle Edward Allverson, Weldon Robert Bryant, Frank
Ellsworth, Ben F. Williams, Herman Edward Parsons, Leon S. Bly, John
Allen Sheppard, Benjamin Franklin Hayes, Jr., James Henry Morton,
Henderson Claude Earle.
Corsicana Daily Sun - Monday, June 16, 1930
Submitted by Diane Richards