Clipped From The Post-Standard
A. attributed 72 53 Accepted For Further Education ' PORT BRYON - The annual commencement exercises at Port Byron Central School were conducted Monday evening in the high auditorium. Ninety-four seniors were graduated and fifty-three have been accepted for further education. Miss - Clara Jane Rooker was "the .orgainist and the Rev. Edward Lincoln, pastor, Montezuma* Methodist Church, delivered the .Â· invocation and benediction, the Senior High Choir, sang "A Time For and "Turn! Turn! Turn!" Miss 'Janice Cromp delivered the valedictory and Miss Ellen Baker gave the salutatory; Patrick . Leary, senior class president, presented the gift of the Class of 1970 to, school. Frank Thomas, dis- ct principal, accepted on behalf of the school. In his remarks, Thomas mentioned that 49 seniors 'received Regents Diplomas, and six were given with honor. Thirty-two seniors received Rog- BOCES aromas certifying the; completion of a two-year course in a vocational , or technical-field. Dana L. West, high school principal, presented the Senior Awards. Diplomas were presented to the members of the class Clifton Mills, president of the Board of Education, and Ronald Crowell, senior class adviser.