The Mooreville school olosed a very suceeseful year's work this week. The promotional exercises were held on Tuesday evening, while the regular graduating exercisea were carried out on Wednesday eveniug. Both programs were succssful in every way, and reflected the highst oredit, not only on the participants but also on the eflSoienc teachers. Prof. C. M. Fuller and Miss Anna J. Chase. Following ia the program of the gradaating exercise3, the graduates being Blanche Forsy the and Roy Ford : Violin sjlo, Mrs. Fred Gillett, acoompanied by Milton Clark and Miss Grace Loveland; quartet, "Song of the Hop Pickers, " Mrs. Janaes Forsythe, John Clark, Mrs. Martha Barnard, H. Herbert Gilman; invocation ; quartet, "O Hush Thee My Babie," Mr. and Mrs. Pitch Allen, Miss Alice Allen, O. H. Carrick; essay, "Labor Necessary to Success, " Miss Blanche Forsythe; duet, Ivadell and Nina Lockwood; oration, "A Boy's Friend," Roy Ford quartet, "Toe Oíd Oaken Bucket, " Mrs. Forsythe, Mr. Clark, Miss Barnard, Mr. Gilman ; address, W. W. emeyer; quattet, "All Among the Barley," Mr., Mrs. and Miss Alleu, Mr. Carrick; presea tatiou of diplomas; violiti solo, Mrs. Fred Gillett. The alumni bauquet at Dr. McLachlan's foliowed the regular program. It vt 3 a most pleasant affair iu every way. All the alumni of the school were present as well as many of the patrons. Nnrnerous toasts were responded to, E. B. Ford aoting as toastmaster.