M AH C1I EST EK , J lineoÜ. -E. S. Clarkson, of Eidgeway, was in town Friday. - Prof. TX binson will spend bis vaca-' tion in York state. - JUan of oni folka yho r.elebrate away f rom home vin go to 'i ccumscti. -The comniencerueiit exercises of the High school wcre held at the school hallThursdayevening and the classnight exercises Wednesday evoniug, both were vrell attended by the fiïends of' education ai d patrons of the school. There were six graduates in the class,. Esther Bush, Clara Merithew, Lula M. TaylOr, Florence Ide, Ben Chase and C. F. Unterkircher. The orations and essays all showed careful study, some indeed being ibove the average productions of this kind. -The alumni reunión was held in Goodyear hall Friday evening, and surpassed anything of the kind ever held here before. Tlie fore part of the eveniiig was devoted to literary exercises consistingof anoratiou byGeo. S.Hnwson, a poem by G. S. Field, au essay by Miss Fannie Case, and the history, w " Miss Jennie Moore. After these eame the supper which was foHowed by the toasts, all who desired returning to the hall after supper where the reception was held. The music was the ñnest our town has ever been favored with.There are now nearly lift y niembers in tlie alumni association. At their bus-iness meeting the following offlcers were' chosen for the comming year : Pres. O.W. Case, Vice Pres. Gr. S. Field, Sec. Clara Meiïthew, Treasurer, E. G. Carr,. S Orator, A.F. Freeman,Poet, C.J. Peck,. Essayist, Esther Bush, Historian, W. G.Doty, Toast Master B. F. Bailey.