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Class of 1947
YOU ARE THE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN WHO ARE GOING TO MAKE THE FUTURE OF THIS COUN
TRY?AND WE EXTEND OUR GREETINGS TO YOUR CLASS, THE FARMVILLE SENIORS OF 1947, IN
ANTICIPATION OF THE PROGRESS AND ACHIEVEMENTSWITH WHICH YOU ARE GOING FORWARD.
WHETHER THE FUTURE TAKES YOU INTO HOME LIFE, PROFESSIONS OR BUSINESS, WE SHALL J|
BE HERE TO SERVE YOU.
Our best wishes will go with you in
your chosen fields of endeavor. We
know that we can continue to be proud
J. C. CorbettGarage
? GOOD LUCK ? I
f ? We hope that good luck and good
fortune will follow you where'er you
Melton Motor Service
U. S. Royal Master Tires
The Tire You Missed The Most Is Back
Nothing in any community is more
important than its young people. We
are proud of ours and know that they
will be a credit to Farmville. "
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D. R. Morgan Jewelry Store
? CONGRATULATIONS ?
Our congratulations are extended
as you pass an important milestone in
your life. Good luck!
- NEW WORLDS AHEAD ?
As you enter another phase of your
life, we offer our sincere wish for your -
success and happiness.
Farmville Auto Sales Company
Good, Clean Used Cars
SAD STATE OF AFFAIRS ?1
The world is in turmoil but we are con
fident you seniors will do your part to
ward improving conditions. It will not
be easy, jlfc
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32 Seniors To
Dr. H. S. Hilley; president Of Atlan;
tie Christian College, Will De
liver Address At Graduation
With the presentation of diplomas
to' 82 members of the senior class,
Farmville high school Monday night
will officially ring down the curtain
on its 1946-47 session and will close
another chapter in the lives of those
young men and women to whom this
page is dedicated.
The program, which begins at 8
o'clock, will be featured by the com
mencement address of Dr. H. S. Hil
ley, president of Atlantic Christian
Graduates' who will receive their
diplomas from John B. Lewis, chair
man of the school board, are: Rufus
Knott Braxton, Charles Harrell Carr,
Curtis Howard Dail, Bruce Vaiden
Darden, James Leland Flanagan, Wil
liam Godwin Gregory, James , Critz
Hillard, Albert Ray Hinson, James
Claude Johnson, Thomas Anthony
El-Ramey, Shelby Augustus Roe
buck, Johnny Robert Russell, Jimmie
Brooks Stocks, Maynard Gradon
Thome, Jr., John Randolph Willis,
'Sybil Glynn Barrett, Ramona Elisa
beth Bundy, Ora Lee Flanagan, Glo
ria Aileen Gardner, Learline Ruth
Hamilton, Mary Frances Hobgood,
Rachel Lee Horton, Frances Jones,
Marjorie Marie Killebrew, Cornelia
Dare Mills, Cecilia Elizabeth Mor
riss, Jean Mosley, Lois Beatrice
Nanney, Margaret Williams, Barba
ra Mae Williford, Mary Elizabeth
Wortfaington, Daphne' Owens Yelver
Barbara Mae Williford is saluta
torian and Brace Vaiden Darden * js
valedictorian of the class. Officers
are: John Randolph Willis, presi
dent; James Critz Hilliard, vice pres
ident; Ora Lee Flanagan, secretary;
Marjorie Killebrew, treasurer.
Monday night's program will open
with the invocation by Rev. E. R.
Clegg, pastor of Farmville Methodist
Church. The high school glee dub
will render four selections: "Mah
Little Banjo," Dichmont; "A Winter
Lullaby," Dekoven; "The Sleigh,"
Kountz; "The Donkey Serenade,"
Dr. Hilley, an outstanding man in
his profession, will be introduced by
Arch J. Flanagan, a member of the
school board. Following the address
and the presentation of diplomas,
Superintendent J. H. Moore will pre
sent the special awards.
The baccalaureate sermon will be
preached Sunday night by Rev.
James M. McChesney, pastor of the
First Presbyterian Church, Golds
"Come Thou Almighty King" has
been selected as the opening hymn,
following which Rev. Clegg will de
liver the invocation. "The Heavens
Are Calling," by Beethoven, will be
presented as a special number by the
glee club. After the reading of the
scripture and a prayer by Rev. E.
W. Holmes, pastor of the Farmville
Baptist CSiurch, and another special
number by the glee club, Rev. E. S.
Coates, pastor of the Farmville Pres
byterian Church, will introduce Rev.
McChesney. "Onward Christian Sol
diers" will be the closing hymn, and
Rev. Z. B. T. Cox, pastor of Farm
ville Christian Church, will offer the
the school consider
PROUDLY WE SALUTE
: the seniors and wish for them happi
ness in all their undertakings.
We are open Wednesdays but close
each Monday at 2 p. m.
"Good luck" seems such a trite expres
' sion but it is exactly what we wish for
each of you.
Southern Supply Co.
The Firestone Store
OUR HEARTIEST WISH ...
for each senior is a long life filled
with prosperity and happiness.
"Farmville's Shopping Center"
DONT FALTER, NOW
Your school years prepared you for the
problems that are ahead. We have faith
and confidence in your ability. Don't
Farnvttle Furniture Compiiy
"FASHION SHOP FOR THE HOME"
The importance of earning your
diploma cannot be over-emphasized.
We are proud of you. .
Farmville Motor Co.
A NEW HIGHWAY....
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Our best wishes are extended to
you as you start on a new highway of
-WITH PRIDE and
We extend our best wishes and con
gratulations to Farmville seniors of1'47.
We know our confidence and faith in
you will be ji
Graduation is really the stepping stone
to usefulness and opportunities. We
know you will meet the challenge.
The Goodrich Store
On your good work but don't let it stop
with graduation. The world needs com
petent young men and women like you.
Eason Shoe Shop
Expert Shoe Repairing
You seniors deserve the honors and
the attention you are! accorded. Our
best wishes go with you.
on a job well done. Our sine
that success will crown all y<
Briley Oil Company
in your very best manner is our part
ing bit of advice to you. m
The Home of Good*