School: Greenwood H.S. Graduation (1926)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: West, Aaberg, Beecher, Behrens, Christie, Dillon, Farning, Greene, Klein, Kuester, Lenz, Lindner, McConnell, Miller, Parmeter, Perko, Poirier, Schwarze, Seliskar, Sherman, Stafford, Stanley, Syth, Warnke, Wicks

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (13 May 1926)

The school year at Greenwood High School is nearing the end and the senior class is already making preparations for the commencement exercises. The first event of the season was the junior banquet and promenade at the high school gym last Friday evening.

The class play "June" is next on the program and will take place at the opera house next Tuesday evening, May 18th. Tickets will be placed on sale at the Little Cozy tomorrow. To avoid disappointment we advise you to get tickets early.

The commencement exercises this year will be held on June 4. Included in the program will be the salutatory and baccalaureate addresses and an address by Prof. Robert West of Madison.

The members of the class of 1926 are: E. Lindeman Aaberg, Myrtle J. Aaberg, Dorothy R. Beecher, Louis B. Behrens, Ernest E. Christie, Robert E. Dillon, Iola L. Farning, Orville C. Greene, John G. Klein, Eddie F. Kuester, Louise B. Lenz, Delmond H. Lindner, Roy A. McConnell, Helen A. Miller, Gladys J. Parmeter, Charles C. Perko, Pearl A. Poirier, Richard L. Schwarze, Susan M. Schwarze, Wesley J. Schwarze, Jacob P. Seliskar, Olive G. Sherman, Edith L. Stafford, Lucille A. Stanley, Albertine M. Syth, Beulah M. Syth, Jimmie N. Syth, Lillian A. Warnke and Leota B. Wicks.



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