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Commencement Exercises of Augusta Couny High Schools.

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Commencement Program Augusta County High School 8:30 P.M. May 29, 1934 Invocation-Rev. David F. Glovier. Musical; Selection- Folk Song- Weyers Cave High School Choral Club. Announcement- Mr. A. Gilkeson, Division Superintendent of Augusta County Schools. Musical Selection- Orchestral- New Hope High School. Introduction of Speaker- Col. T.J. Roller. Address- Dr. L. Wilson Jarman, President Mary Baldwin College. Piano Solo- Miss Violet Wilkerson, Mt. Sidney High School. Presentation of Diplomas- Mr. A. C. Gilkeson, Division Superintendent of Schools. "Auld Lang Syne"- Stuarts Draft Choral Club. Benediction-Rev. Gaston Boyle. The School Authorities wish to recognize the co-operation of the following in making this program possible: The Fair Association for the Auditorium and Grounds, City of Station for water and police, Virginia Public Service Co., Bryan's Music Store, Augusta Nurseries, and Stonewall Brigade Band. Two goals for High School graduates in business 1. A starting position such as stenographer, bookkeeper or office clerk. Our Training, added to your high school education, will qualify you for office employment. Our free employment service will help you to make the first contact. 2. An executive position such as private secretary, accountant, office manager, personal director, sales manager and proprietor. Young people who are ambitious, capable and industrious, and who have had through business training, can use their starting positions as positions which command high salaries. Write or call for prospectus Dunsmore Business College The School of Successful Graduates