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High School Class Day

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I,.iM WYdiifMlay llic ot the glBlillKllg 1 1 - ¦ the liifth school rcpaircd In Whilmoic I.akc, as lias heen nistomiry IV r -cvrnil yoars. to celébrate the com ¦ pietion of tlitïir lUdW and hoM ÜW aiinual BlftM day exetfitaM. AaHa trom being ¦omewhtl cool the day was a very plea ant one, and tlie ol the clfetf WCTfl all pretest. The program NMUd ui' n oratinn, "Kdm-ation and ts Advantnges," liy F. M nnrmiri pna, '-The Cliiss of '81," by Carrie Boodlickaon j essay, ( lass Hat," hy Oia Thompson ; prophesy, by Aleda BUImp; ]ircsidcnt"s address, by N. 1). ('orliin; the whole interspersed with nnisio. Then followed the linglng of the - 1 ; i - IMfi wiiltMi hy Kittie M. QflBtOB, the whole class joining. as toüoini fTfr tnêÊÊ nntW W1 mr 't In i to-ctln r. i Ml Itils, our li-stal ilay ; W ïmiii muy part lorcvi-r, Konvrr and (OT iiyr; Hut let not Our liciiris ba suliijned, Atul let uur songs be MUM, Ti L 1 all the woorilHiid gludilt'titMl With. all hall to elgfity-one ! And M tlirollKli tho jmm uv Wt naoh .shail maktr our way, EW the niemury o'er us To gladden every day. And, tliouüti all tilines Klmll perlsh And loon theircourse wlll run, f all wlll ever cherish lii'-at lnies of elglity-one. After this Came the supplying of the inner man with Umiries, whicli is ulways a Drominent feature in luch atherings, and tliis provea no excoption. After tlie supper the regular toasts were oflered, Cfaaf. L. Greene tcting as toastnia-li'i Cle ofsi- "They say there Is a divinitr In odd numbers." KuapuDsc by N. B. Curbln. Iht Illgh School- "UfhoM the hulla of loiirliinK." Xcaponsf by E. L. Hollinsworth. The Profesfore- "The prctadi-a of bookj. " Kr- ooa by Klmer DwiggiD?. The Olrls of 81- "Slialt show na l.ow divine a thing A wumiiD may be made." KuüpunBc by V. E. Loughbridge. The Boje of '81- "Tiiou b.-t mude them a little lowerthan the aneéis.' laaow by Aleda Btahop. Clai" of'K- "I im jast gulDg to leap Into the dark." Kerpuuae ty Carril M. Coe. ïiiil closid the day's festivitk's, wliii'h will last as ¦ j;r('cii spot in the memories of the participant a= long as they iball live.


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