Commencement (11 Jun 1903)
Surnames: Ketel, Martin, Marsh, McMillian, Page Ruddock, Potter, Huntley, Haugen, Dodte, Flynn, Grow
----Source: NEILLSVILLE TIMES (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 06/11/1903
Tomorrow, Friday evening, the 12th, the commencement exercises of the Neillsville High School will take place at opera hall. The class is a large one comparatively - fourteen, as follows:
Elsie, Olga & Carl G. Dodte, Havel R. Flynn, Grace L. Grow, Lee H. Huntley, Freeman Haugen, Anna J & Emilia A. Ketel, Lucille E. Martin, Helen E. Marsh, Evelyn McMillian, Arch Page, Maud M. Ruddock.
The class motto "Today we anchor; tomorrow we sail." Colors, white and gold. Class flower, dark red carnation.
Chorus, "Away to the Fields" - High School
Prayer -- Rev. Guy Campbell
Bass Solo, "The Miser" - Dell Potter
Salutatory - Anna Ketel
"Down in the Dewey Dells" - Ladies Chorus
Male Quartet - Campbell, Wheelock, Rude, Potter
Declamation, "The Progress of Freedom" -- Lee Huntley
Solo, "Philomela" - Mrs. Carrie Lacey
Recitation, "Selection from Quo Vadia" - Lucille Martin
Valedictory, "Some Last Words" - Freeman P. Haugen
Presentation of Diplomas - S. M. Marsh
Chorus, "Song of the Flower Spirit" - High School
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