1919 GRADUATES, HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL

                    
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1919 GRADUATES
HAMILTON HIGH SCHOOL

Graduating Exercises

May 19, 1919

High School Auditorium

Colors

Green and White

Flower

White Carnation and Fern

Motto:  "Talk Not to Me of the Stock
From which You Grow,
|
But Show Me Your Stock 
By What You Do."

 

CLASS ROLL

Atkinson, Lillie

Blakely, Myrtle--Salutatorian

Crain, Verne--Valedictorian

Ellis, Sam

Hawkins, Helen

Manning, Florence

Murphree, Willis

Pigg, Dewey

Rogers, Vivia

Taylor, Mary

Wilson, Elsie

Williams, Doris

 

Program

  1. Song--"Our Old High" Class  
  2. Salutatory Myrtle Blakely  
  3. Piano Solo Doris Williams  
  4. Class Prophecy Elsie Wilson  
  5. Piano Solo Mary Taylor  
  6. Valedictory Verne Crain  
  7. Address Dean W. M. W. Splawn  
  8. Presentation Diplomas R. D. Foster  
  9. Song - "Commencement Day" Class  
From a Hamilton Newspaper:

Graduating exercises for the Hamilton High School were held Monday evening for the class of four boys and eight girls.  Dean W. W. Splawn of Baylor Female College of Belton was the speaker for the evening. Honor students were:  Verne Crain, valedictorian, and Myrtle Blakely, salutatorian.  Other members of the class include Lillie Atkinson, Sam Ellis, Helen Hawkins, Florence Manning, Willis Murphree, Dewey Pigg, Vivia Rogers, Mary Taylor, Elsie Wilson, and Doris Williams.  Diplomas were awarded by Supt. R. D. Foster

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