James W. Craig
ARCHBALD SEVENTEEN GRADUATE FROM ARCHBALD HIGH ARCH BALD, Pa., June 8. Commencement Commencement exercises of the Archbald High school was held this evening in iho Parish ha.'l. The class, the first to graduate with four year credits from the local school, consisted of seventeen members, eight girla and nine boys. At the opening of the program program the class of '24, '25 and '26 marched Into the hall and took seats along lrle of the hall, close to the stage, following them the graduate - s marched into the hall and on to the stage, accompanied by Trot. John F. Moran, principal and Prof. W. A. Kelly, superintendent of the local schools, while the orchestra played a march. After the orchestra rendered an overture the high school sang "Wei - come Song." Arthur McAndrcw gave the salutatory address, "The Present Teriod of Unrest." This was followed by an oration on "Loyalty" by Miss Mary A. Mahon. The high school sang "0 Festal Days." Miss Alice R. Ford spoke on "Perseverance." Supt. W. A. Kelly presented the diplomas to the graduates. "June Song" was next on the program by the high school. The va'dlotory address, "America's Duty to the World" was well given by Miss Alice Hughes. Remarks were made J)y Prof. J. F. Moran. Mr. Moran was presented with a large bouquet of roses by the graduating class. William Murphy, president of the class, made the presentation. A song, "We'll always always Love You Dear Old High," by the high school closed the exercises. The class roll follows: George B. Aunger, Anna I. Barrett, Nora I. Barrett, James W. Craig, Al'ice R. Ford,' Alice M. Hughes, Mabel A. Hughes, Mary A. Mahon, Joseph J. Mahon, Arthur J. McAndrew, Agnes I. McAndrew, William J. Murphy, Norval Myers, Frank A. Philbin, James A. Splllane, Ambrose M. Swift and Agnes C. Wilson. Following the exercises the annual commencement ball was held.