Class: PRESIDENT: Walter Wells VICE PRESIDENT: Lucille Sonnekalb SECRETERY: Ferdinand Gunzberger, TREASURER: Minnie Mosch,, Arthur Beck, Weldon Breunle, Helen Dieffenbacher,Helen Fath, Eugene Gillon; Hazel Halloran, Earle Harris,Harold Higley,Porter Hunting, Varta Huntington, Charles James, Lloyd Jones, Ruth Kelly,Blake Kelly,Ruth Kidney,

Clair Lawler, Frances Lignian, Betty Luft, Jack Luft, Louise Marble, Arthur Menschel, Metta Nelson, Vivian Patterson,Edythe Snyder, George Whalen. Guy Abson, Roy Goodenough, DaisyFrobel, Haven Clark, Carlton Wolz and Fordyce Hauber


CLASS COLORS :Gold and White

AGRICULTURAL COURSE: Haven Clark, Mark Ferguson, Roy Goodenough, Walter Gustwick.

Commencement, Fri. eve., June 1st H. S. Auditorium Class of 35. Stage beautifully Decorated. Boys and girls grouped in pyramid form on platform.

Senior March: Aseher, Pilgrim Chorus from Tannhauser, Wagner, H. S. Orchestra
Invocation: Rev. J. B. Harry
Song to Teachers: Class of 1923
Salutatory: "The Romance of Potter County," Frances Lignian
President’s Address: "America and the World Court," Walter Wells
Song to Freshmen and Juniors: Class of 1923
Commencement Address: Dr. A. T. Belknap, Dean of Mansfield State Nornal School
Co-Class Song: Class of 1923

Award of Athletic Honors: Henry W. Staiger

Award of Scholarship Prizes and Diplomas: Pres. of Board of Education W. F. DuBois
Valedictory: "The True American Citizen," George Whalen
Song of Farewell: Class of 1923
Exit March: "Stand By the Flag," Stultz

          High School Orchestra: Mignon Eiok, Director
          Alumni Association Prize, Best years work in English in H. S.     George Whalen 95%
          Best Year’s work in History and Social Science in H. S.             Vivian Patterson 96%
          Best years's work in Mathematics in H. S.                                   Fordyce Hauber 94%
          Joerg Co. Prize, Best Average in H. S. for the year                     George Whalen 93%
          W.C.T.U. Prize, Best Essay Against Use of Tobacco,
          limited to Eighth Grade                                                                Robert Haskins
          Monta Burt Prize of $5.00 for best work in History and Civic
          in Eighth Grade,                                                                           Nina Case George Whalen Frances Lignian, and Hazel Halloran
received honorable mention, for having had a four years average of 90 %

Rev.C. S. Beatty preached the baccalaureate sermon to the graduates Sunday evening June 27th in H. S. Auditorium. It was largely attended by parents and patrons who wished to show honor to the class that successfully completed the prescribed course this year.

After Scripture lesson and prayer music was rendered by a women’s quartette, and a vocal solo by Miss Ethel Hughes. Rev. Beatty, pastor of the Presbyterian church gave an excellent sermon, full of good advice and rich thought for the young graduates.

School closes tomorrow, June 1, 1923. Commencement exercises in the evening, at 8 o‘clock in H. S. Auditorium.

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