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School: Stony Plain School Programme - Parkland

The Edmonton Bulletin
January 3, 1907

Contributed for use in Alberta Digital Archives by Darlene Homme.

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Stony Plain School

An interesting programme was rendered by the pupils of Stony Plain school on the occasion of an 
entertainment given at the holiday closing. The opportunity was taken by many of the district to warmly praise 
the work of Miss Janet Harley, teacher of this school for the past three years, but who has recently resigned.

The programme included:
Christmas address - John A. McPherson
Song - Far, Far Away; by school
A Boy's View - Ross Jenkins
Recitation - Ten Little Pumpkins; Earl Ferry
The Best for Mother - Dora Weidenhemmer
Song - Laughing, Shouting, School, Knows Less Than a Rabbit - Ina Sutherland
It's Coming Boys - Willie Krauser
This is the Way - Joseph Gagne
A Gem - Archie Gagne
Recitation - Annie Krauser
Sing a Song of Mother - three girls
Song - Hark, the Bells are Ringing Gay, School
A Note to Santa Claus - Alfred Sehumm
Santa Claus Nearly Ready - Louise Sutherland
A Warning to Santa Claus - Chas. McKinley
Empty Stockings - Jno. McPherson
German Song - three girls
Where Are You Going - Alf Krauser
My Wish - Jno. Schoepp
A Visit from St. Nicholas - Annie McNabb
Song - Cora and Carrie McKay
An Eastern Legend - Luella Oppertshauser
I'll Paint You a Sigh - Roy Jenkins
Dialogue - seven girls and one boy
Dead Doll - Annie Schumm
Trades - six boys
Where the Sugar Maple Grows - school
Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight - Ray McKinley
Song - Luella and Lizzie Oppertshauser
Recitation - Ross Jenkins
Red, White and blue - school
God Save the King.
D.S. McKay, A.E. Groat, Mr. Gagne and Mr. Oakley, assisting ratepayers gave complimentary addresses.

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