The high school eommencement took place Friday night in the Methodist ehurch. Although u fias a large seating capacity, yet every seat was oecupied. The exercises began at 8 o'clack with the invocation by Rev. Wm. Gardam, which was followed by the high school chorus singing "Summer Now Hath Come Araong Us." The speaking was very good and the sutjects were wel ehosen. After the regu u1 program was completed Supt. Austin George presented each memoer of the class with a diploma and gave them a few words of advice. He told them not to look back and say that those were better days, for they were not. He said that each one was born into the world at just the rlght time, and that this is the age oL the idea of progress and ntft the age of progrress. This year's class numbers 23. Folowing is names of the grraduates: Cari Jeffries Barlow of RawsanviHe, Roy Jasper Buell of Union City, Hurbert Sterling Frazier of Otseg-o, Royal Ht-niy Hoover of Whittaker, Francés Valnette Nichols of Pittsfield, Francés Woodard of Milo, Morris Bennett Chapín. Leona Gay Cook, Norn Felicia Dake, Ralph Di."kinson Goodrich, Gertie S. Guild, Bessie Emma Hall, Edith Mabel Harper, Alice Mae Hixson, Edmund Peaslee Kinne, Ralph Emerson Lewis, Lena May Moore, Ada Margaret Paine, Edward Henry Par-malee, Leniia Mae Schafer. Claribel Strang, Carrie May Strang, Myrtle Pansy Warren, all of Ypsilantl.