Lark Ellen school
There are very few graduating classes that have the honor of having a gracious lady and sweet-voiced artist, as Mine. Yaw add to the happiness . ... _,„,. ...i.,.. ,,„ i,(n_ ••lijyj/iijton of their last school day by her pres- , . . . __ firion and talent. Mme. Yaw has always taken an interest in the children of her neighborhool aid in the school, which Thursday was rechristened from the Lower A/.usa school to Lark Ellen school. The friends and relatives of the pupils were delightfully surprised when they found that Mine. Yaw and her husband wore aid in the program which was given by the scholars on Thursday afternoon. As Miss Yaw stood in the upper balcony of the school building and she appeared to be as lovely a patron as any troop of little people might desire. Mr. Vere Goldthwaite's address on patriotism was both interesting and inspiring to his young audience. "The Hopeful Tendencies of the Times" was the subject of a short talk given by tbe Uev. S. W. Gage of Covina. The Covina High School band added to the program by rendering several selections. The program given by the pupils of the school was as follows: Song, "Old Glory, We Love Thee," by school; recitation, "What's in a Name? Emerson' Miller; Stanzas on Sloan; drill, Miss "History of Our Freedom, Russell Haddock's room; Flag, Ruth Shaver; Betty Ross Song, five girls; recitation, "Ship of State, Martin Lopez; "See My Flag." Four boys; 'Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean," by the school; recitation, "The Pride of Battery B," Ruth Talley. "Our Bonny Flag," nine boys; wand drill, thirteen girls; flag song by Miss Dorsey's room; recitation, "Stand by the Flag," Virgil Canfleld; "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," Alta James and Georgia Wright; illustrated story by Milton Philleo and Joseph Newlan. The members of the graduating :lass are Alberta McCullum, Inez Noron, Ruth Shaver, Martin Lopez, Willie O-ebs and Frank Robinson. Thursday morning a kitchen shower given by the scholars of Miss Brown- ng's room to Prof. Tredway, manual raining teacher, afforded a great deal f fun-making.