St. Albans, VT High School Class of 1907 Graduation
HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT.
Program of Exercises to Be Held at City Hall Friday Evening.
The thirty-first commencement exercises of the St. Albans high school will be held at city hall Friday evening, June 20, at 8 o’clock. The program will be as follows:
Music, Overture, “Kella Kella”, (Hungarian Lustfiel), orchestra.
Invocation, the Rev. J. S. Brown.
Announcement of Smith Prizes, Principal J. A. Ayers.
Salutatory and essay, “The Futility of Ambition”, Marion E. Ward.
President’s address, Farrington D. Post
Essay, “Shakespeare’s Humor”, H. Agnes Bell.
Music, “Roguish Eyes”, Op. 396, (A. Grunwald), orchestra.
Essay, “Friendship”, H. Louise Cronin.
Essay, “The Value of a College Education for Girls”, Marion Curtis.
Declamation, “Americanism”, Henry L. Wood.
Music, “A Summer Dream”, (Faith), orchestra.
Declamation, “Patriotism”, Harold A. Campbell.
Essay, “The Japanese in California”, and valedictory, F. May Hung.
Presentation of diplomas, the Rev. S. Halsted Watkins.
Benediction, the Rev. W. Parkyn Jackson.
Music, “The Hippodrome”, (Mahony) orchestra.
The members of the class are:
Leslie P. Barrett, H. Agnes Bell, Harold A. Campbell, Harold H. Chadwick, H. Louise Cronin, Marion Curtis, Festus A. Dewart, Ruth M. Ellis, F. May Hunt, Farrington D. Post, Katherine H. Shutler, Marion E. Ward, Henry L. Wood.
St. Albans Daily Messenger, St. Albans, VT 15 Jun 1907