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1925 Graduation Program, Newport High School, Newport, Maine

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Booklet comprising the 1925 Commencement Exercises Program for Newport High School, Newport, Maine, a town located in southern Penobscot County, Maine on Sebasticook Lake.

Commencement Exercises of the Class of 1925 Newport High School, Odd Fellows Hall, Friday Evening, June 12, 1925. At Eight O'clock.

Class Roll
Thelma Gertrude Baker
Dorothea Barbour
Etta Pauline Barrett
Charles Edward Barrett
Luella Matilda Burlock
Darrell Benjamin Colby
Doris Marguerite Dudley
Leola Mildred Davis
George Field
Laurice Harold Fletcher
Harold Sydney Folsom
Kenneth Alvah Harding
Helen Edress Hopkins
Evelyn Jeannette Hinton
Celina Clarice Levasseur
Laura Evangeline Longley
Laurice Craig Miller
Leona Ruth Peavey
Waldo Cutler Potter
Philip McKendrick Swett
Harvard Leighton Sylvester
Rita Madeline Varney
Jennie Marguerite Wing
Herbert Goodwin Wiseman

Class Officers:
Pres. Jennie Marguerite Wing
Vice Pres. Doris Marguerite Dudley
Sec. Thelma Gertrude Baker
Treas. Dorothea Barbour

Principal Woodford M. Rand
Alta Davis
Ethel Knowlton
Laura Pratt
Superintendent Elmer O. Small

Salutatory, Herbert Goodwin Wiseman,Victuri Vos Salutamus
Class History, Leona Ruth Peavey
Class Oration, George Field, Napoleon
Class Prophecy, Celina Clarice Levasseur; Philip McKendrick Swett
Class Essay, Helen Edress Hopkins, Luther Burbank
Presentation of Gifts to Class, Thelma Gertrude Baker; Kenneth Alvah Harding
Address to Undergraduates, Doris Marguerite Dudley
Class Will, Dorothea Barbour
Presentation of Gift to School, Jennie Marguerite Wing
Valedictory, Leola Mildred Davis, Finimus Coepturi (We Finish to Begin)
Awarding of Prizes, Prin. Woodford M. Rand
Presentation of Diplomas, Supt. E. O. Small

Note that the words to the Class Ode were written by graduating senior Thelma G. Baker.

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