Wickersham School Dedicated by W.H. Day

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Wickersham School Dedicated by W.H. Day - - J , - 0 WICKERSKAM BUILDING, Dedication of a...
- J , - 0 WICKERSKAM BUILDING, Dedication of a Handsome School House This Afternoon. DR. EGLE'S ABLE ADDRESS. Presentation of a Flag and Other Interesting Exercises. jSIXCIXti BY SCHOOL CHILDREN. - - - It wasn't the best sort of a day for a school dedication, alternating showers and sunshine keeping those participating in the exercises at the new Wickersham building, Cowden and Briggs streets, on needles all the time. Notwithstanding the unfavorable weather conditions, thars was a very fair turnout of school children, children, school controllers, teachers and outsiders. outsiders. The exercises began at 2. William William Howard Day, controller from the Eighth ward, presided, and Prof. Olin W. Miller was musical director. After singing "Charm of Music" and "Snow, Rain Frost" by the pupils of Miss Crowl's school, the audience was led in prayer by Right Rev. Charles Calvin Petty. A. M., PROF. J. r, WICKERSHAM. D. D.. a bishop of the A. M. E. Zioa Church, whose home is at Newberne, N. C. Then came singing "God Bless Our Native Land" and "Where Would I Be" by the pupils of Mr. Layton'a and Miss j jonnson s seuoois. iew imruuTOimj remarks were made by Director James W. Ieonard. of the Eighth ward, and the

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph12 May 1897, WedPage 1

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)12 May 1897, WedPage 1
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