School: Granton School closes (17 Jun 1910)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Martin, Sternitzky, Brooks, Helm, Breseman, Stubbs, Opelt, Ure, Schmitz Grassman, Brown, Washburn, Holnbach, Steinbach, Yankee, William, Neitzel
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) June 17, 1910
School Closes with a program (17 June 1910)
School closes with the following program, to be held at the Lynn bowery. The exercises will commence promptly at eight. Everybody is invited
Selection by Lynn Orchestra
Song by school. "Away in the Fields"
Come and play with me
Duet by the Misses Ruby Martin and Lovilla Sternitzky
Silk Worm song by Chart Class
Topsy Turvey Drill
Good Night Drill
"Joke on Toy Maker": Father Fun - Clark Brooks; Fairy Queen - Elda Helm; Mother Fun - Adeline Breseman, Susie Emily Stubbs, Lovilla Sternitzky; Bub - Carlie Opelt
TOYS: Soldier - Arthur Opelt; Chinaman - Johnnie Ure; Clown - Carlie Sternitzky; Pickaninny - Frank Schmitz; Sailor Boy - Henry Helm; Billy Bounce - Leo Grassman; Buster Brown - Raymond Sternitzky
DOLLS: Parisienne doll - Hazel Washburn; Japanese doll - Agnes Holenbach; Quaker doll - Ester Holenbach; Scotch doll - Ester Grassman; Spanish doll - Alma Steinbach; Irish doll - Rose Yankee; Dutch doll - Frieda Williams
Music during intermission by Lynn Orchestra
Music for drills by the Misses Ruby Martin and Laura Neitzel
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