Grover Givens, graduation & sax solo, Asbury Park Press, 12 Jun 1922, p 13, col 4
KEYPORT SCHOOL TO GRADUATE 26 PUPILS KEYPORT, June 12. The closing exercises of the local schools wiil take place tomorrow and Thursday, both evenings being devoted to the exercises of the graduating class which numbers 26. The class is un- un- ; usually large this year and an in-j in-j in-j teresting program has been arranged. I Tomorrow evening, class night will be observed. The program follows: Poem, Edw-ard Edw-ard Edw-ard Rothenberg; pi&.no solo, Miss Ida Podelcfsky, recitation, Miss Bertha Jaffee; class history, Herbert Burrowes; monologue, Miss Emily Britton; class statistics, John Roberts; essay, Alfred Chinery; class irophecy. Misses Hilda Duftleld. Mildred Mildred Farry; class mementoes, Misses Mary Stein and Margaret Ve'camp; address, Arthur Finkle; class will, Lester Ahearn. . ' On Thursday evening the awarding awarding of diplomas will take place and another program presented as follows: follows: selection, orchestra; invocation, Rev. William A. Service, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, address Solomon Sklar; saxophone solo, Grover Givens; address to the graduates, graduates, Judge Henry E- E- Ackerson, jr.; chorus, "Carmena", girls; oration, Melvin Philo; recitation, Miss Martha Martha Anderson; class poem, Miss Dorothy Dorothy Leonard; presentation of class gift, Louis Michaelson, jr.,; acceptance acceptance of class gift, George S. Hyer of the board of education; presentation of diplomas, Joseph D. Bed'.e of the board of education; class song and selection by orchestra; class motto "Scientia est potentia"; clis flower, black eyed susan; class colors, brown and gold. Miss Anna Bungosdy will not be able to attend the exercises as she sails for Europe tomorrow.