Kindergarten commencement May 1951

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Kindergarten commencement
May 1951 - KINDERGARTEN COMMENCEMENT Over 300 people...
KINDERGARTEN COMMENCEMENT Over 300 people witnessed the ond annual commencement exercises of the Cambridge City kindergarten Sunday evening in, the auditorium the Methodist Church, The children sang several songs, offered prayer and gave the salute the flag. Tlw rhythm band played two numbers. Special numbers included included a minuet, danced by Brunner, Beth Fellinger, Roger Taylor and Allen 'Paul, and a mock, wedding, in which Pamela Ginn, Gary Smith and Dennis Keihn participated. The speaker was Miss Eunice Ballinger, first grade teacher of the Central School, who emphasized the importance- of .kindergarten as a bridge by which the children might cross from home to school. She expressed the hope that the Cambridge City community may some day soon have a public kindergarten so that all five-year-olds have the advantages that only a kindergarten can provide. Thirty-one children, in white caps ' Indiana' James and gowns, received their diplomas) from their teacher, Mrs. Mattie Jacobs. Eight children received extra a w a r d s for perfect attendance throughout the year; and one child received an award for having missed only one day. Graduates were Judith Bachman, James . Bachman, Richard Binion, Clarence Bertach, Patricia Brunner, Roberta Carson, James DeWeese, Ronald Ellsbury, Beth Fellinger, Lar- Wilson source ry Fink, Edwin Gentry, Pamela William Hall, Julia Haskett, Faith Hamilton, John R. Jaehne, Gary Jordan, Dennis Keihn, John Knipp, Ronald Ronald Lammott, Judy Matney, Brenda Monde, Allen Paul, Gene Raby, Eddie Eddie Paul Rogers, Paul Railsback, Gary Smith, Shirley Steelman, Roger Taylor, James Ulerich, and Linda Ward. Mrs. Jacobs has been helped throughout the year by the. Mothers' Advisory Board, Mrs. Dale Brunner, Mrs. Margaret Ginn, and Mrs. Richard Richard Paul, and by Mrs. Harriet Knipp, pianist. At the close of the program, ev eryone present was invited to th basement, where punch and cookie were served. The refreshments were planned and served by the Advisory Board, with the assistance of the other kindergarten mothers. On Monday morning, May 7, Mrs Jacobs welcomed her 18151-52 class at a brief class session at the kin- dergarteri room. Classes will begin the latter part of September. . . at

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  1. National Road Traveler,
  2. 10 May 1951, Thu,
  3. Page 12

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