Eleanor Kress graduation

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Eleanor Kress graduation - E. D. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Seventy-one...
E. D. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Seventy-one Seventy-one Seventy-one Girls and Nineteen Boys in Class of 1908 Exercises in New Auditorium. Seventy-one Seventy-one Seventy-one girls and nineteen boys forming the class of 1908 were graduated ast evening at the Eastern District High School, Marcy avenue, between Rodney and Keap streets. The exercises were conducted in the auditorium on the ground floor of the fine school building, and it was the first time It had been put Into such use. It was greatly admired by the immense gathering of friends and relatives of the graduates who assembled at the building and found that they could be accommodated with seats. This fact has been the only handicap experienced at previous graduation - exercises conducted conducted at McCaddin Memorial Hall, which was used prior to the completion of the present structure. Every seat in the largo auditorium was filled when the exercises opened with the entrance of the graduates. The girls came first, dressed entirely in white, and nresented a charming appearance, ine boys brought up the rear, and their ap pearance was the signal tor general ap nlause. Seated on the platform were John R. Thomnsnn. Georsra W. Schaedle and Ar thur S. Somers, members oi tne uoara of Education, and Dr. Vlymen, principal nt the school. On each side of the plat form was a large American flag, while suspended in the rear were the banner and pennants in the school colors of yellow yellow and white, won in the interscholastic athletic and debating contests. The exercises were short and opened with the chorus. "We Thank Thee Now, O Father." Several selections were rendered rendered by the Glee Club. Mr. Schaedle, who presided. Introduced Mr. Thompson, who In turn presented the candidates for diplomas and certificates. He also presented presented the Alliance Francais medal which Is awarded by the French Society to the best student in the French language. language. One is allowed for each term. The February term prizo was won by Wilhelmlna C. Kalbow, while Pauline Zwiren and Pauline Pratt obtained honorable honorable mention. The medal for the June term was awarded to Pauline Myerson, while Grace McGowan and Bertha D. Tapalow received honorable mention. After receiving their diplomas and certificates certificates the graduates were addressed by Mr. Somers. He charged them to always uphold the reputation of the Eastern Elstrlst ' High School by their conduct an never to do anything which in any way would reflect disagreeably upon their alma mater. He told them that they had been given advantages In education which do not fall to the lot of most persons and that they should snow mat mey appreciate appreciate these advantages by hard work which would Insure them future bucccss. The graduates follow: Appleby, Elizabeth A. McBrlde, Marguerite A. Baruch Bernard Borowsky, Mildred Brennan. Kathryn C. Byrne. Mary M. Carmel, Matthew W. Casey. Catherine M. Cohen. Jacob H. Conovltz. Michael McCann. Allre Mr Go wan, Grace McKillop. Catherine I. Mesh. Mollte Mureott, Bertha I. Murphy, Marion C, Murphy, Mary A. Myemon, raunna i - I ew UipniniHt ft. f'Cnnnnr Vftrle Dfmpsey, Edith D. CVMara, Catherine 1, Dorfman, Florence A. O'Mara, Rita A. F'.nstMn. Alice raw, koiw FlnkHntein, Francos Finkelstein, Isidor E. Fox, Jacob Frl1brK. Ray C. Fritx, Roilna B. Gallagher, Agnes M. Oeary, Grace C. Gelb. Isabel Goirifein, Jenni Grant, fiiiwie L. Green, A(fn?n Hanlon, Marion C. Harris, Bernadlne V. Harris. Frieda C. Heinrichs. Amelia J. Hoffmann. Anna L. Holland. Florence u. Pratt. Mary F. ' Quintan, lretta G. RHd, Julia C. Rich. Badle R. Robertson. A. Hamilton Rosen, Rebecca Roi'nthal, Julius Rubinstein, Abraham Ryan. Elizabeth M. Paum, Elizabeth Schorr, Mary E. A. Shirk. Blanche Khlrk. Minnie A. Pilverman, Harry I. Flmnns, Dorothy Smith. Elizabeth A. Smith. Reuben B, Hollywood, Martha A. pouthwick. Florence H. Jacobs, Ina R. Tapalnw. Bertha D. Jennie, Ida M. Temple, Anna E. Joyce Robert Vinsky, Helen M. Kalbow. Wilhelmlna C Voftel, Joseph Kamtnsky, Davm . voornees. iviauae a. Iranian Abraham Keenan. John F. E. Kemmer. Rose F. Kiso, Paula Kress, Eleanor M. Uipches, Ida L. Louvet, Cecile M. Mason. Anna H. McBride, Henrietta Walsh. Mary A. Weitxman, Jennie "Wiegert, Florence L. Wilson, Jessie Wilson, IIUian Wilson, Margaret Wilson, Mary M. Zaengle, Caroline Zwlren, Pauline

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle24 Jun 1908, WedPage 6

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)24 Jun 1908, WedPage 6
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