Class Motto—"Why Live in the Lowlands When the Highlands are Calling?”
Class Color—Purple and White.
CLASS DAY PROGRAM
Invocation Rev. John Pless
Music Selections from “Il Trova* tore”-(Verdi)—Harley Gill, Burnet a Frank, Gladys Goocher, Henry Patterson.
Salutatory Emily Huntting
Oration “The Women of Tomorrow”—Leone Eaton.
Reading: “After whiles, ” Riley— Winifred Evans.
Oration: “The Toilers”—Rachel Fessenden.
Class History—Alice Clemmer.
Oration: “Mark Antony”—John Johnson.
Class Poem—Harley Gill.
Oration: “The Melting Pot”—Bessie Smith.
Oration: “On the Firing Line”— George Hamilton.
Solo: “A Winter Lullaby,” DeKoven —Mary Eaton.
Reading: “The Fiddle Told”—Ruth Meikle.
Oration: “The Schools and True Patriotism”—Grant Moen.
Oration: “The Lady of the Lamp”— Gertrude Ferkingstad.
Class Will —Laura Cameron.
Oration: “Education and Civic Prosperity”—Everett Phillips.
Class Prophecy—Rufus Culver.
Piano Solo: “Rondo Capricioso” Op. 14, Mendelssohn—Will Darrow.
“MERELY MARY ANN.”
A comedy in four acts, adapted by Israel Zangwill, from his story of the same name.
Launcelot, a composer: Will Darrow
Mr. Peter, in business: Rufus Culver
Herr Bralmson, a music publisher: George Hamilton
Samuel Smedge, Henry Patterson
O’Gormon, Sunday Journalist: George Hamilton
Lord Valentine Poxwell, a gilded youth: Cecil Johnson, ’15
Mrs. Leadbatter, a lodging house keeper: Alice Clemmer
Rosie, her daughter: Jessie Smart
Lady Chelmar, a poor peeress: Emily Hunting
Caroline, Countess of Poxwell: Rachel Fessenden
Lady Gladys Poxwell. Burnetta Frank
Mary Ann Merely: Winifred Evans
Howard, a footman, Leonard Lyons, '14
Dick,: A Canary Introducing the song “Kiss Me, Dear Love, Goodnight, by Mr. Malcolm Williams.
The list of graduates was extracted from
Library of Congress Micro-Film using:
Chronicling America, transcribed and prepared for the Web by Bill Waters. This Report was
published in the Cresco Plain Dealer May 23, 1913, P-5, C-8