Marguerite thatcher and Lincoln centenary program
STt'OKNTS' LINCOLN PROUHAM Will be Given In the High and High Schoofe ThQ Liiuwln cen'tenv}' vyi'l be v\We served in 'the schools tomorrow', especially especially Interesting programs toeing arranged for the high school and ju- Â· nior higli Bcliool. The high school 'pro- i ! gram 'will be as follows: 11 Opening Overture, -Miss Eastman f j ride ;;and Mrs. Moore. Cutting from "The "iCrisis," Marguerite Thatcher. "The jj g | must | cut, 8 goods | this t i m e s f\?Â° $* OÂ®Â° $Â·Â· g^O i ] American Flag," Helen Homer. Scc- unci Inaugural Address, Lincoln, David Cohen. "Music on the Rappahannock," with .piano accompaniment, Margue- j rite Clieesc.'man. Gettysburg Address, Lincoln, Alex. Nlchoson. "The Perfect Tribute." Marion neysel. Solo, "My Own United States," Mark Holmes. "Lincoln as a Story Teller," Harry Alger. "The Doath of Lincoln,'' Harry Harris. "My Captain," IWbert Laugh- Hn., "America," tin school, At tiie junior high school the iol-1 lowing program will -to? rendered: Â·Flag of the FrSe," J. H. S. Glee Biographic SktMcli, Maicia H. Mcamer. Gettysburg Speech, George A. Smith. Vocal Trio, Mrs, (Moore, Mtss Daniels, Miss Brown. Anecdotes, Mnynard 1'. Noycs. JostpVi Fitzpatrick, Esther Rudolph, Rudolph, Mifrgaret Fisher, Mabel Wal- clÂ«*, Maurice Sheldon. The second inaugural address, Helen Kuhn. Lincoln's Lincoln's Character, Dorothy. Hughes. ".My Own United States," Olaf Collins. "The Vengeance of the 'Flag," William William Faiilluier. "0, Captain, My Cap- tain,'' Alice M. Taylor. Song, "Lincoln," "Lincoln," Junior High School. Presentation Presentation of Flag, Victor L. Klee; response. response. W. S. Wilkinson. "America," Junior High School. The flag to be presented is a -handsome one ot taffeta taffeta silk, 4x6, which was purchased through voluntary contributions 'by Uie pupils, and is to be presented to the school. The exercises at school No. 1 will 'be attended by the members members of Bayard Post, G. A. R.