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The Class of 1927 sent out formal invitations to its Commencement Exercises. The event took place on May 19, 1927 in the Auditorium of the Academic Building of the Randolph County Training School in Roanoke, Alabama. The Class members were: Minnie Lee Stitt, Tula Claud Castleberry, Johnnie Pauline Gates, Kary Clinton Rowe, and Annie Maud Tolbert. Class officers were: Kary Clinton Rowe, President, Johnnie Pauline Gates, Secretary, and Tula Claud Castleberry, Treasurer.

The Class Motto was "Diligence Leads to Victory.", Class Flower: Sweet Pea, Class Colors, Pea Green and Pink, and the Class Name: Victors.

The original Commencement Exercises document was preserved by Dr. Lloyd Royston, the son of William (class of 1928) and Ida Royston, educators who taught at Wehadkee Elementary School.