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 - 23 HIGH SCHOOL BANQUET Notable Event atthe New...
23 HIGH SCHOOL BANQUET Notable Event atthe New Central Duilding Lastjight A CREDITABLE SHOWING Faculty, Students and Building Building Reflect an Excellent Condition of Affairs With a fceiing of good cheer and good fellowship, established in their new home, second to none in the Southwest, the High School pupils of the Bisboe public schools last night gave their annual banquet. Witty toasts, music and refreshments refreshments comprised the program, and those fortunate enough to receive Invitations Invitations will long remember the occasion occasion as one of tho most pleasant and entertaining events of the year. There is a spirit of co-operation that can ncc. help but impress the visitor, which In manifested from Prof. Philbrook dowu to the greeucst freshman, and which is making for tho Blsbee Public School a reputation which is worth more to the development and progress of Bis-bee Bis-bee than any other public institution. The- banquet table was laid in the main hall on the second floor, which was tastefully decorated In tho class color, intermingled with mistletoe and ever srecn. which gave the scene a bright holiday appearance TJie trustees, clergy and press were the invited suetis. and the affair was strictly in ithe hands of the high school pupils, who Droved themselves equal to each f- for - lover the efficient management aCr iprocresa of ita public schools. To - tax the of In into J. en col by that tax of con was tax his ?150.- de been writ received than contract. writ is all sum becu the ac vs. decree vs. IHcr trial ious- will until to son. lupin together Prof. VhllbrooK and Trustees Claw- son, Woou anil Wallace Tntiut bo awarded awarded the credit, and a vote ot thank from tho community for tho magnificent magnificent new school bniU5lng''cnd the high ETude- of -perfection which vftis jpanj; fested -at- tho brilliant scene preentet! last" evening; - -;-.- '4, The early .hours of tho orenlng'w'ere -rfcToted.lQ an Jnspcctlonfcot.tbo uuild-' Ing by the TisJtors1 whlch,has' practically practically been completed, and which has been in uso "by the pupils and teachers for tho past two weeks. It fs jjo exaggeration exaggeration to stato that the building in arrangement and furnishing is the most complete of any similar building in Arizona or wcw Mexico, anu lor that matter in the entire Southwest. The Principal's room gives a fair idea of the complote system and detail ic every department. Here Prof. Phh-brook Phh-brook has communication with each ward school over a private telephone line, besides connection with every resident over the local telephone system. system. Card systems have been -established showing the standing- and record record of each pupil in the school, to gether with, their reslrcnce, age, etc., which is ready for instant reference. The principal's room Is fitted with a bell system connecting with every room in the building, and a fire bell system which turns out the enure echool. In tho building there aie fourteen grade rooms, a high school room, two recitation rooms, office, library library and store room, and in the basement basement is located tho kindergarten, business business school room, laboratory, boiler rooms, toilet rooms and four additional additional grade rooms when required. Prof. Philbrook, when cajled upon at the close of the banquet, hy Mr. Hu-ber, Hu-ber, of the High School class, stated that tho kindergarten department would be" ready January 2, and chil-itn chil-itn fcntween the ages of i and C would be received, also a night commercial commercial school would bo commenced and a manual training department inaugurated. inaugurated. At 9 o'clock the pupila and gues s assembled In the High School room and marched down stairs to the banquet banquet table, whero the following menu was served: Sandwiches coffee, cheese straws, salad. Ice cream, cake, fruits olives. During the course of the banquet Miss Mary Stuilley presided as toast- mistress, and the roliowins iuua-" pioarani was rendered: "Les Sylphes" (Waltz.... Elsio Toles "Bohemia" Edna Newman r'Cascado of Pearls" .... John Blair "Robin's Return" .. ...Myrtle onu Song. "When the Sunset Turns the the Ocean's Blue to Gold" Verda Hasccl -Flower Sons"".. Josephine Mulrhead "II Trovatore" Florence Studley "In Dreamland" ...., Ona Black "Meditation" Florence Studicy "Sleighing Song." ' In presiding Miss aiuuiey. president president of the graduating class this year, wed as her gavel the old hand sch-vit bell which called the. eb?Wrca toceih-er toceih-er at tho. firaUjmWic achco! ' session iContlnued On Piigo Five.)

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  1. Bisbee Daily Review,
  2. 23 Dec 1905, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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