32 IN RED OAK HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1909.
Class Day Exercises
June—Graduating Exercises June 2
are 32 in the Red Oak high school graduating class of 1909. The
class includes 18 girls and 14 boys. The members of the class are
Lester Andrews, Edna Ashby, Belle Bamford, Chester Beaver, Sadie
Beeson, Hazel Bunker, Homer Carmichael, Francis Casey, Clark
Collard, Grace Conlon, Ruby Damuth, George Dillon, Hazel Donohue,
Will Fenton, Ellen Gustafson, Lawrence Gilmore, Viola Heilman,
Adrian Illingworth, Clarence Isaac, Edna Johnson, Ethel Johnson,
Walton Kampe, Mary Laughford, Mary Liljeberg, Anna Malnburg, Laurel
McKown, Margaret Oaks, Bernard O’Rourke, Bernice Rundlett, Lucian
Rush, Guy Spry and Cecile Tracey.
sermon to the graduating class will be given by Rev. G. E. Ladd, of
the Congregational church, on Sunday evening, May 30, in the M. E.
class day exercises, which will include “As You Like It” as the
class play, will be given in the Beardsley theater Tuesday evening,
graduating exercises also will be given in the Beardsley theater, on
Wednesday evening, June 2, and will include orations by the class,
presentation of diplomas and special music.
admission fee for the class day exercises will be 25 cents for the
gallery and 35 cents for the lower floor. The same rates will be
charged for admission to the graduating exercises. For neither the
class day exercises or the graduating exercises will admission
tickets be sold beyond the seating capacity of the theater.
will be an exhibit of schoolwork on Thursday and Friday, June 3 and
4. The place where the exhibit will be given will be announced
reception and banquet by the Junior class to the Senior class will
be given at the Hotel Johnson on Friday evening, May 28.
following Friday evening, June 4, the annual reception and banquet
of the Alumni society will be given. Mrs. Nora Kretchmer Collard is
president of the Alumni society, Mrs. Edna Henry Gregory
vice-president, Miss Harriet Black secretary and treasurer. They
with Mrs. Lena Reifel Ellwood, Miss Laura Ellett, Thomas Harp and
Howard Bass, constitute the executive committee.
THE SUN, Red Oak, Iowa, Friday May 14, 1909.