Uncle Bill graduates from Jr. high, and aunt June born

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Uncle Bill graduates from Jr. high, and aunt June born - II PopUi Graduated Tttrtswa pupil* were...
II PopUi Graduated Tttrtswa pupil* were inducted from junior high «chool Tuesday night They were Paul Aho, William Aho, Esther Forrest, Jean Genldijw Halfpenny, Walter Kangas, Oscar Richard Kasti, Alice Aune Keurulainen, Anselm Pajari, Herbert Reynolds, Merrill Smith jtand Leo Somero. ^ R«v. Edward Clapp gave the invocation invocation and the benediction. Mi»i Elsie Wheeler led the chorus or ·nni-chonu in four song*, "In Aragon," "In Venice," "Alone," and class song. MiM Jacqueline Lamontagne Lamontagne played on her guitar and a Hawaiian parting song while girls put green and white leis round the neoks of the graduate*. Alice Keurulainen gave "Another Milestone," the salutatory. Leo Somero included in the history rules for eighth grade pupils, "Agree with your teachers, and "lost and found" and "want ads" like "Wanted, high pay and little work." In the prophecy Ambassador Geraldine Halfpenny talked with Dr. Merrill Smith of New Ipswich, 30 years hence about the where- .· bouts of their classmate*. The class will was given by Anselm Pajari, and class gifts by Leo Somero. The valedictory essay by Jean Hall told how to make dream ships come true. Supt. Vernon Ames presented the diplomas. A daughter, Helen June, was recently to Mr. and Mrs. Matti

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  1. Fitchburg Sentinel,
  2. 09 Jun 1938, Thu,
  3. Page 15

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