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Invitation to Graduation Exercise - Pacific Public School - May 20, 1904




Text of Invitation retyped due to quality of scan:

The graduation class of the Pacific Public School requests your presence at their graduating exercises to be held Friday evening, May 20, 1904, at eight o'clock, M. E. Church, St. Louis street

Board of Education: A. H. Brown, president; H. E. Stricker, vice president; G. H. Gross, secretary; A. F. Mauthe, treasurer; J. W. Morrill, director; W. B. Smith, director; W. L. Cole, principal

Graduates: Della D. Dougherty, Mary Celesster Morrison, and Grace E. Ritchey


Instrumental Music

Quartette . . . Suwanee Shore . . . A. Giebel


Essay . . . . Young - Della D. Dougherty

Solo . . . . .. The Mission of the Rose - Miss Lulu Bucher

Essay . . . . Education - Mary Celesster Morrison

Quartette . . . Mamma's Little Darling - G. L. Tracy

Essay . . . . . .Hope - Grace E. Ritchey

Duett . . . . . . 'Till We Meet Again - Misses Blanch Close and Lulu Bucher

Presentation of Diplomas

A. H. Brown, President of School Board

Class Lecture . . . . . Prof. C. A. Cole

Class Motto: "Education Leads to Virtue."

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