School: Abbotsford High School (Graduation - 1944)
Surnames: Alexander, Jacobi, Jakel, Jolivette, Kieser, Kralcik, Lindberg, Meilke, Moore, Pascoe, Paul, Phaneuf, Preller, Reeves, Schaefer, Sterling, Telford, Timm, Tronson, Vrana, Woempner, Ziebarth, Roberts, Griffiths, Boettcher, Wernzenski, Shields
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 05/25/1944
Commencement exercises will be held this evening at the high school auditorium. Members of the class are Jean Alexander, Vernon Jacobi, William Jakel, Geraldine Jolivette, June Jolivette, Frederick Kieser, Edward Kralcik, Doris Lindberg, Leonard Mielke, Mae Moore, Beverly Pascoe, Elaine Paul, Marlyn Phaneuf, Richard Preller, Ronald Reeves, Leslie Schaefer, Nila Mae Sterling, Alfred Telford, Eunice Timm, Jean Tronson, Jerry Vrana, Alice Woempner and Richard Ziebarth.
The class motto: "In Ourselves Our Future Lies." The class colors are blue and yellow and the class flower is the yellow rose.
June Jolivette, salutatorian, will give the address of welcome and Jean Alexander, valedictorian, the address of farewell. We wish them all success and happiness for the future.
Following is the program:
Processional, Pomp and Chivalry … Roberts
Star Spangled Banner … Band and Audience
Invocation … Rev. George E. Griffiths
Address of Welcome … June Jolivette
Vocal Solo, "Homing" … Beverly Pascoe
Commencement Address … Principal E. H. Boettcher
Saxophone Solo … June Jolivette
Address of Farewell … Jean Alexander
Presentation of Awards … Principal F. E. Wernzenski
Presentation of Diplomas … Dr. G. G. Shields
Benediction … Rev. George E. Griffiths
Jerry Vrana … Chemistry
Geraldine Jolivette … English
Frederick Kieser … Social Problems
Alice Woempner … Home Economics
Nila Sterling … Typing
June Jolivette … D.A.R. Award
Jean Alexander … Valedictorian
Leslie Schaefer … American Legion Award
June Jolivette … Salutatorian
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