WINTERS UNION HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF JUNE 1906
Source: The Saturday Bee (Sacramento, California), 2 June 1906, page 7. Transcribed by Betty Loose.
Interesting Public Exercises Mark Close of the Term
WINTERS (Yolo Co.), June
2 - The fifteenth school year of the Winters Joint
Union High School closed yesterday, the graduating class numbering four, all
girls. Forty pupils were in attendance during the term, in the various departments.
Principal J.R. GRINSTEAD
was in charge, and his assistants were Miss
Gertrude W. SMITH and Miss Belva A. DIX.
The Board of Trustees
is composed as follows: President, J.F. GRIFFIN;
Secretary F.W. WILSON; August BRINCK, William BAKER and J.B. WOLFSKILL.
The officers of the
High School Literary Society are: Perry CULTON,
President; Ruth HASWELL, Vice-President; Edith OVERHOUSE, Secretary, and Roy WYATT, Treasurer.
The graduates this
Dorothy I. GREEN
Edna H. STARK
Jessie G. HEMENWAY
The exercises were held in the opera house here last night and the program was as follows:
Invocation - Rev. H.C. CULTON
Piano Solo, "Grand Polka De Concert" - Homer Bartlett - Dorothy Ida GREEN
Salutatory, "Open Sesame" - Evadna FENLEY
Class History - Jessie Geraldine HEMENWAY
Duet, "Oh, That We Two Were Maying," - Charles A. Kinsley - Miss FENLEY and Miss GREEN
Class Will - Edna Harriet STARK
Vocal solo, "Winona" - J.C. Bartlett - Evadna FENLEY
Class Prophecy - Dorothy Ida GREEN
Presentation of Diplomas - J.F. GRIFFIN, President of Board Address - Prof. J.R. GRINSTEAD
Trio, "Be Glad, Lass and
Lad" - Gumbert - Misses CLEGG, FENLEY and GREEN