School: Oakland School (Graduation - 1962)
Surnames: Lobacz, Welzein, Sonnentag, Drake, Kopacz, Letvinuck, Strojny, Redding, Trybula, Haske
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) May 24, 1962
Oakland School (Graduation - 1962)
Graduation exercises were held Tuesday evening at the Oakland School, Town of Reseburg, for nine eighth graders.
The school was decorated in pink and white, the class colors, and pink carnations, the class flower. The girls wore a pink and white carnation corsage and the boys wore a pink carnation boutonniere.
The class will was read by Walter Lobacz. The prophecy was given by Nancy Welzein. Jean Sonnentag read the school history of the past 50 years.
Russell Drake, supervisor of the Clark County Schools, gave the graduation address and handed diplomas to: Barbara Kopacz, Frederick Letvinuck, Richard Strojny, Walter Lobacz, Robert Strojny, Charlotte Redding, Sharon Trybula, Jean Sonnentag and Nancy Welzein.
The eighth graders presented their teacher, Mrs. Edith Haske, with a Martha Washington geranium plant.
After the class song, the parents, children and friends enjoyed a social hour. Refreshments were served.
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