School: Unity, Wis. High
School - Graduation (1950)
Surnames: SCHULTZ JOHNSON BAUMGART JICINSKY MILLER MOLLE
----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark County, Wis.) 12 May 1950
Unity, Wis. High School Graduation - Class of 1950
Eunice Schultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schultz, has been chosen Valedictorian of the Unity, Wis. High School graduating class of 1950. Eunice has maintained an A average during her four years. She was president of the Senior Class, editor of the school paper, secretary of the junior class and active in forensics, dramatics and band work. She plans on entering nurses training at Luther Hospital, Eau Claire.
Floyd Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson, will be Salutatorian. He is active in band work, dramatics and archery. He was president of the junior class and was prom king. He is editor of the annual and secretary-treasurer of the senior class. He plans to attend college.
Members of the 1950 graduating class are: *** Note: The rest of the article is cut off and not available at the time of transcription, but from a previous article the graduates were: Donna Baumgart, Kenneth Jicinsky, Floyd Johnson, Lyle Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Paul Miller, Juanita Molle, and Eunice Schultz. ***
----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark County, Wis.) 19 May 1950
Commencement exercises were held at the hall Thursday evening. Earl Kjer of Eau Claire State Teachers College delivered the address. The program also included:
Processional - Betty Salter, Invocation - Rev. F. J. Smith, Welcome - Floyd Johnson, Class History - Ken Jicinsky, Soprano Solo - Margaret Johnson, Class Will - Juanita Molle, Baritone Solo - Eunice Schultz, who also delivered the farewell address and presented awards. Prophecy - Donna Baumgart, Presentation of Diplomas - Corwin Dallman, clerk of the School Board.
Principal Johnson was presented with two electric clocks as the class gift. Congratulations to the Class of 1950 and may they meet with success at every corner.
Unity Wisconsin High School
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