1910 Common School Graduates

 

Fifth Annual Commencement of the Allen County Common Schools, Princess Rink, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Saturday afternoon, June eleventh, nineteen hundred and ten, 2 o’clock

 

The Class of 1910 requests the honor of your presence

 

Class Rolls:

 

Eel River Township

 

HELEN THERESA SMITH

EVA I. BOSLER

MARION COBBS

RALPH WAPPES

CECIL W. Z. SIBLE

LESLIE EARL FLECK

HOWARD HATCH

AGNES E. THIBAUT

LEWIS McKINLEY JOHNSTON

ELVA A. BOSLER

 

Perry Township

 

FOREST JACKSON McCOMB

LIZETTA RUTH MOSS

CLARA VALENTINE

MARGARET D. AURAND

LETA VALENTINE

VIRGIL JOSEPH ROY

ICA M. WOOD

EDITH MARY MARTIN

RHEUA HAZEL GUMP

WILBER EDISON HARTUNG

PAUL M. PARKER

HATTIE MILDRED HURSCH

ERNEST LLOYD RINEHOLD

INA ALMYRA PARKER

 

Cedar Creek Township

 

HARRY ROMINE

DAVID HENRY GERIG

MARY M. ROTH

RUTH E. LANTZ

LESTER H. SCHLATTER

HERMAN SCHLATTER

FRANK HARRY KRYDER

MARY LIECHTY

HOWARD JOSEPH KLOPFENSTEIN

ELMER AMSTUTZ

EZRA DAVID DLOPFENSTEIN

MARY DEBORAH WARNER

THOMAS MARCHELL REAM

MARY BLANCHE FISHBURN

KATHERYN GOLDSMITH

RALPH WALDO KLOPFENSTEIN

HOMER JOHN KLOPFENSTEIN 

RUTH MYERS

BEULAH MAY VAN ZILE

MAMIE SCHLATTER

 

Program

 

Music – Selected                                            Dudley Buck Quartette

Invocation                                                      Rev. J. K. Cecil

Music – Selected                                            Dudley Buck Quartette

Class Address                                                Rev. L. E. Brown

Music – Selected                                            Dudley Buck Quartette

Presentation of Diplomas                            Supt. Ira B. Potts

Music – Selected                                            Dudley Buck Quartette

            Song – Star Spangled Banner by Audience

Benediction                                                    Rev. J. K. Cecil

 

The Barner Orchestra will furnish music from 1 to 2 o’clock

 

Motto:

 

Let us do our duty in our shop or our kitchen;  in the market, the street, the office, the farm, the school, the home, just as faithfully as if we stood in the front rank of some great battle, and knew that victory for mankind depended on our bravery, strength and skill.   When we do that, the humblest of us will be serving in that great army which achieves the welfare of the world.     Theodore Parker

 

School Officials

 

R. J. Aley, State Superintendent

H. G. Felger, County Superintendent

 

Township Trustees:

 

Charles Dailey                                               Cedar Creek Township

H. G. McDuffie                                               Eel River Township

C. P. Roy                                                        Perry Township